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KETCH DAILY KEYSTONE.
Knleroii at tho I'ostofflco at Ketch nui, I. T. as second class matter. Post Office Honrs. The Ketchum Postofflce is open from 7 a. M. to 8 l*. M. every day. No Money Order or Registry business on Sundays, ur week days after 4 p. M. TOWN TIDINGS. Attorney McCulloch is up from Ilai ley. Ketchum pays in a heavier than any town in Altnras county. The directors of the First Nutional Bank held a meeting lust evening. The Rov. I. T. Osborn is again among us. Go to hear him this evening. Fine belogna sausages just received at Schwartz's. Try it. Papers are in circulation for a new Justice of the Peace. Who shall it be? Go to Dick's when at Hailey for a square meal. Miss Girtie E. Lewis, will return to day from a two years stay at school in Couwuy, Mass. Chas. Kingsley, the photographer, will remain till Monday evening, and then pack up preparatory to his return to Boise. The Cornucopia Chop House will be gin a night shift on July 1st, and there after run all night. It is doing a tine business. ju20-2t Jnl7tf Free lunch at the Metropolitan last night at 10 o'clock. From the way it disappeared one is led to believe that many a poor wanderer delightfully sur prised him stomach. Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb stone dealer of Idaho, came up yester day and erected a fine monument at the grave of Jas. Coppock. will be in Ketchum next week taking orders for tombstone work. Jnl7-tf I Bon Ton iiieun a la mode de le passe: "Beefsteak, mot ton chops, ham and eggs, liver and bacon, macaroni Italian style, and fried mush!" "Give me some beef steak, ham and eggs and macaroni Ital ian style." "We're just out of eggs and macaroni." Mr. Roberts Leave your orders with James Bro's for hamburg steak. Jones will have his picture taken to morrow morning. We therefore advise those wishing photographs to call on Mr. Kingsley immediately, ns he will not guarantee to have his "telescope" in running order after the foreman of the Keystone office "sits." I. I. Lewis & Son. druggists, have just received a fine lot of fishing tackle. Call and see it. Our devil is an inventive genius; and the other morning while trying to es tablish a circus ring on top of our file and blank cabinet, the same took an em phatic tumple, lauding our devil on one ear in the oposite corner, and giving our sanctum the appearance of a cyclone focus. Dress making and plain sewing by Mrs. S. A. Maison. Leadville and Ju4-30dpd Charles Tate, who has for some time past been clerk of the Probate Court, will remove to Ketchum on the first instant, and resume the practice of the law, making land office business a spe ciality— to which particular branch he has given much study and attention.— Times. Charles Tate will be remembered by all "Pioneers" as the man who recently sought to blackmail that association. nxlotf May3tf Seventh streets. The celebrated Paul Morphy import ed cigar is the finest in the market and is sure to win. For sale at Judge's. julStf The biggest dog fight on record oc curred in front of the Brewery saloon, on Main street, last evening at 7 o'clock. Jake Lockmnn's bull purp and the black dog imported from Bellevue "to wipe out the town" had a hard set-to for fif teen minutes, when both were quite wiliiug to quit and call it square without any decided victory. About 300 men flocked to witness the contest. Go to the popular Hailey Restaurant when down the river and get a square meal. Slip in und look at the fine line of gents' clothing just received at Pinkham *fc Lewis's. Fine pickles by the quart at Old Joe 3oggs. myl4tf One thousond dollars worth of gents' clothing just received nt Pinkham & jn25tf Fiue assortment of Eastern sash, doors, mouldings, weights and pulleys, black walnut counter tops, wainscotting, flouring, etc., just received at Pinkham À Lewis's. David Teaclinor's new Independence prospect, on East Fork, is panning out fine. The heavy ore improves in grade, with each foot in depth. The latest go 120 ozs. Just twice the value of the first samples, and the average has im proved tin ozs. per ton, now ranging from 60 to 75. Jnlltf jn25tf Lewis's. tf Tleanw. Mr. C. L. Coleman, of La Crosse, Wis consin, President of the Vienna Mining * Milling Company, arrived here on his way to tho upper country last evening and will reach Vienna to-night. Coleman expresses himself very well pleased with the winter's run made by j his company's mill and although tho op- 1 oration in Vienna has been attended I & ! 1 I Mr. by more or less disadvantages up date, accepts with grace these exper iences as natural to all new enterprises that have before them the essential of ' trial before a well managed system of j work can be accomplished, thinks that the Vienna Mill will do even better by another season and it is not probable that it will be allowed to suf fer any delay in the future receipt of salt and shipment of bullion bars. The timbers that were prepared one year ago for the additional capacity of ten stamps will probably be put in place this ; to Mr. Coleman sum mer. All in all, Vienna is ono of the most prosperous mining eninps on the const to-dey. The boom of its first season has long since vanished in effect and tin c«mp is nothing more or less than what its mining warrants, stnntly increasing and the town of Vien na gradually follows iu growth the de velopment of new ore bodies and cor responds to the extent of activity placed upon them. This much is con V ienna is a good oi-mp and will without the least doubt continue ti be so for many years to come, of Ketchum s most valuable feeders, and our people will fully realize this when the railroad tormiuus is establ'shed ai this jioint. it is on Mr. Coleman's observations of tin current calm in business affairs on tin coast lead him to remark that it is ver' general throughout the East and realh Wood River is enjoying better time than most other regions. The New Jail. The contract for building the Ketchum jail, let on Tuesday evenin I Inst to R D I one ' I i - ■ v it $447, provides if completion by July 8th. The build ing material i3 entirely composed 2x4 edgings, which are to be elosei spiked broadside to each other for fit ceiling and walls. o (Oi The spikes will !>■ invisible, rendering it a hard task foi an attempt to saw through and The roof will be of tin. escjYp The building will be 16x20 feet in the clear, includi two cells 6x8 and an open room 14x16 This will make quite a comfortable jail and it will supply a long felt want ii Ketchum. n Some of the timber has al ready been hauled to the jail lot the foundation was begun yesterday. an Business with Ketchum. Now, that the Ketchum road is to la speedily completed to this place doubly assured that business will bi stimulateu und our associations with tin people of that town will be pleasant uni profitable. The banking firm of J. T Morgan <fc Co. have established them selves there. They are getting a stron hold, through their Blnckfoot bunk, the business of this country; but sinc> they are to be connected so much , we ar> Oj near er to us through the Ketchum house we expect to see more nnd more business of 'hat kind done with this excellen' firm. Undoubtedly Ketchum, point of reaching the outside world, b the place—and this house as a banking house is the firm for the best accommo dation of our people. as Challis Messen ger. Opening Fresh. The defunct Bon Ton Restnurnnt lui" been resurected and set in operation under the name of the Palace Restilur nut in conformity to the Palace Hotel, under the management of which it is conducted. It will giver a grand opening dinner to-day with chicken, oysters and all the delicacies of the sea son. re of & Religious. The Rev. I. T. Osborn will coduct de vine services in Union church this morning at 11 o'clock and this evening at 7:30. Religious services in the M. E. church this morning and evening. Hciley can't see any particular bene fit now in a railroad termiuus(?>, but Ketchum can with one accord. It will bring immediate new life to us in the necessaiy establishment of n large forwarding bitsiuess, which will be iden tified with the starting point of a great number of teams hauling supplies to Sawtooth, the Salmon, Lost River, the great Challis and Bonanza regions, Big Smoky, besides the points directly as sociated with this place, anil it will soon be followed up by sampling works to receive the ores shipped from the va rions mines now extracting high.grade lend ores, to say nothing of the vast im ... , portance it will be to the upper wood River country's rapid development in J ^ 1 general. A first-class store to rent. Apply to R. C. IV est, Enterprise Bestaun nt. tf Unyer Territorial .lews. room« ed at room«, I>ntii vlded, mus Traces J & ^ mp,n « aüd » running match. The principals in the glove fight are Miles McGill, a Nevada pugilist of some note, and an unknown from Wood Hiver, CKallit Mrttengrr. The Ketchum Daily Keystone was started on the 17th instant, and is, as we might suppose it would be, clean, bright and newsy—success, Bro. Lewis. Bayhorso will, on the "glorious Fourth," have a glove fight, a grand ball, bee.n Cœur ir A Urne Eagle. Postmaster Mattes received his com mission and mail key and has opened the postofflce at Curry. The owners of the Widow claim working 14 men steadily. Freight is now being shipped from Rathdrmn at the rate of 4 cents pound, to this city. District court meets at Rathdrum Monday next, when the county bound ary question will be determined. A dance house was opened up on Pla cer street this week and is doing a rush ing business, many of the boys coming from Murray and even Raven to fling the light fantastic. Surveyors are now looking over the proposed route for the Spokane stage line, between Kingston and Engl Whoever gets a line in here, will earn f he gratitude of the long promised but disappointed citizens of Eagle and rounding burgs. 5Tiie Rockford company below the Mother lode, have constructed a drain litch 600 feet in length and expect to reach bedrock have sunk four prospect holes to bed •oek at different points on the claim md have got good prospects in each. are per I son on to with up blue, anil light ° Z, e. sale by ha» hers sur few days. They in a The postage stamp famine is now at h end, and they may mov be had by he quantity. The Postofflce depart ment h.is "humped" them along with rs usual alacrity—They were ordered months it i by Mr. Parker wo ago t'kis is one of the visible effects of civil ervice reform. i The Spokane Falls and Cœur d'Alene elegrapb line is now completed to with n five miles of Eagle, anil is a well con tructed und reliable line, and In 'dr prospect of receiving a good share >f patronage when it is understood that t will stand any amount of ordinary veather without becoming "grounded." Ifere e-Miner. ls a Colonel Wall, of the Bullion mine, re ac inrued yesterday from Salt Lake, •ompanied by his family. .lutes the mine will not be sold, nnd hat he will soon give employment to The Colonel as nitiiy men as can be advantageously vorked. Jack Harris, an old miner and well mown on the river, and foreman of the ■Senate mine at Galena last year, was in own yesterday. Mr. Harris is on his •vay to Marysville, Yuba county, Cali ornia, his old home. He expects to be n California a year, and at the expera ion of that time will return here. Death of diaries W. Christmas. The Chicago Tribune of a recent date outains the following: "Charles W. Christmas died nt the residence of his daughter, Mrs. S. H. lowe, No. 29 Park avenue, 'I uesday, at lie age of 88 years. eiet! from no partieuiat eompluint, but îe laid been failing for nearly a year. He was born in Brownsville, Pa., and einovcd when quite young to Wooster, J. this place he made his home, fol .iiwiug the profession of civil engineer. Yhen over 50 years of age he removed i) the west, arriving at the present site J Minneapolis, Minn., July 4. 1849. was amongst the first to take a claim when thut part of the country which had oeen a reservation was opened to settle ment. He laid out the town site of Minneapolis, and for many years rouuty surveyor of Hennepin county, the richest in that state. He took large •ontraets for government surveys in Minnesota and Michigan. Minneapolis remained his home until ahout a year 'go, when he came to this city. Five of nis children survive him. t The funeral services will be held at No. 29 Park avenue at 10 o'clock this morning, and the remains will he taken to Minne apolis or interment. The deceased is the Keystone editor's grand father being the father of Mrs. I. I. Lewis, Mrs. A. G. McKenzie and Mrs. M. H. Howe, all of Ketchum. Blossom & Co., the new dealers iu flour and feed, received their first ship ments yesterday. Mr. Blossom is the well known James M., of Hailey, and the "Co." Al Criswell, an old Ketchum ite. Their nd. will appear prominently in the next issue of the Keystone. Suc cess to the uew feed store. Mr. Christmas suf He is was It in to The Philadelphia Call says these are blessed times for the campaign poet, Glance at the material at his command ; reign, lane, Dane, cane, fain. Jane, pain. Blaine, Maine, again, campaign, sane to i vain, wane, etc., etc., etc. j i j To the Public. , The iraiiersiifBeii wishes to inform the pnh | lie of &etchurn that he lia» purchased of Peter in hiley his eutire interest iu the Water busi- I ! nos* in this piace, aud will endeavor to supply hi» customers in a »atisfactorv manner. The i community's patronage is solicited with * guarantee of aatlsluoUcn. Ppwin Hakrington. June : to II d. i Unyer Hot Springs nt Ketchum Idaho. Large and eommodios building« have j erected containing parlor» and j room« for guest« I furnished. A gowl restaurant coum-a- hoad ed where board and lodging 1 » furnished ; at reasonable price», a number of bath »aid room«, also a large plundgeand «wimiiig j I>ntii for botli lfldios tiiiu. gentlemen pro- j vlded, for all who may call to enjoy the ! ner. exbilerating and medical effects of this I celebrated water of which Prof. Dore- ; mus gives the following analysis: Sodium Chloride per. gal in gr. 8,578. j Sodium Carbonates " " " " 0.965. i Calcium Sulphate " " Magnesium Sulphate " Magnesium Chloride " Traces of Iron " ,, bee.n ' " 6,574. I ' " 5:14. : - ' " 1,240. 22,805. I. I. Lewis. Manager. Total Solids Notice. I will give $5 to the per son who will bring my horse ; When last seen was to me. with three other horses about five mileB up Trail creek, one of which was a roan | T blue, the other two were young fillies , ... t ,_. .._ ,_ _ ... „ anil white. Description of horse is a i light sorrel, branded on the lert shoulder ° , Z, with two white feet and Star on fore ; I : I I ! head, aged about three years. Billy Stevens. Notice. Notice i n hereby given that I hold a bill of | sale of all the mining: timber« and saw 1 o«r cut ! by Geo. Wnitney tor J. Pillmer, a part of which j ha» been delivered, and all persons are warned \ at^inst pu. chasing the same. The said tim- I hers and lojrs are now on the side-hill about j one-half mile below' the town of Ketchum. F. H. Rowe, Prop. Hailey Saw Mill. | Jnl8-30d. June 16,1884. Notice to Creditors. ; Estate of Wm. Robbin", deceased: Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the Estate of Wm. Robbins, i ileceased. to the creditors of, anil all person« ! having claims against,, said deceased, to r xhib- ' it them, with the necessary vouchers, within: four months after the first publication of this no-; . to said Administrator, at his office in the j Post Office building, at Ketchum, Alturas couu- j i y, Idaho Territory. Geobge Steward, Administrator of the Estate of William Rob hins, deceased. jMarlt—4m. | i o PJ r pi tu b "0 a > m *? H 1 3 WH o OX 'a O vu m ■àv ■* ■■■ S' ÎËS5 C3 > HSre 18 > • r H .77 wJ: X mwM > m -J. B. REIFF, - WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Ketchum : : Idaho. y NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! Xr> KV V' O O^cpO o v <?• 0 Dry Gooils, Clothing o THE LARGEST STOCK ON WOOD RIVER. GILLETTE k EVANS ) - Oi' iVrs in— iii'. .1/ Tm Is. Table nnd J'nrki t Cuth-ni. ». n ni h I. linn . Fishing Tavkle li,lh .S/Hilii/lg (In,ids. • Unlit Sinn s, Tin ir" 0« TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK TO ORDER. IRON AND STEEL. - o Doors. Sash and Blinds. C by Mail will receive promut Attention. \\ o aim to jiive satisfaction. Gillette & Evans, : : : ; KetcRum, Idaho. Notice. hoad of Jk)nM , ;r crw . k . ahout % m Ue west < rdoek cabin, a« described and located ! »aid Hohultze and Rice; »aid claim being n ££'*£ I^oialiffe-hhtb t«*reHttn paid ßelcbcr mine ner. ; j i Mice 1» hereby civen that all Jx-rson» a a mining lnir 8. W. BBAUtXS Ketchum, Idaho, June 7,1864. Notice. I : Mr. Fred. Montgomery has boneht a bait i» tore»!. i*i the business of Mr. James Fitwlis- mon«' Metropolitan Saloon for one year tuny date; partnership commencing June i, lss*. .Tamc-s Fitzsimmons. Feed. Montoomees. Ketchum, May 31,-St For Sale—Easley's .Station. This 1« the station between Galena and Ketcr. um. It consista of a iiood house and barn, and ha» good warm springs on the place. For sa„ cheap for cash. Inquire of J. V. Eatdey. at tbe tent saloon. ; My21-tf | T 'y^are ViSrt^tifled that we have », pended the »um of Six Hundred Dollar» in la bor and improvements on the Wire Silver an-i i Comstock lode mining claim«, situate in Saw - tooth Mining District, Alrura* Co., Idaho Terr. tory, being the amount required to hold then. for the years 1 S» 1 , lise and UW3, and that uni». , yonr proportion of -aid expenditure due fron, you, J. M. Laigsdorf.it being |75 (or or.» ; eighth) less *. 5 -amonnt paid by you, be paid I within 90 days after the publication of this no : tice yonr in said claims will become the prop I erty of the subscribers' under Section 2324, Re I vised Statutes of the United States. Notice of Forfeiture. ! Joheph Bergdc. Locn Hanson | ! May 24, 1884. j \ I j | P. B. Higgin, General Joli Wagon. ; Always in Rediness to do General Job Haul i ing to any Extent and to all Parts in the Vicin ! ' ity. Headquarters at Barry's Shoe Store, U."Orders Promptly Filled, and Satisfaction j j Guaranteed in Work and Prices, | [My24-tf.