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-is laMitst Every Homing, except Monday. -AT KETCH till, ALTERAS CO.. IDAHO. - - Editor oso. j. lewis, BUND AY. JULY 13. 1884. From this time until November we «liait beer but little but polities, movtly eoetKetni with Blaine und Logen, Cleveland snd Hendrick*. They were »lidividunls In whom the great mas* of the people took little interest a few weeks ugo; but circumstances placed them in position conspicuous and re Sponsible. Whine bh Speaker of the Beam of B*pnm<nlMfr>. Benntor front Main®, und »W* Heer«t*ry of Htsfe, (Move land as Governor of the Empire State of •fit* Union, are well pited against each Both b re earnest représentatives other. of the parties which they represent, and Gw great man of the American people. while differing from each other widely in a partisan view they alike represent opinion* and »«pirations common to Old insMnot*, old traditions, und old a*so®ifdion«, hold together the old par ties; but when the whole matter is sum two platform a are BrCrl up—when tliei compared- the difference l«>t*een them will be found to be slight. Tire Ameri can idea predominates; atld whether one or the other prevail In the coming tfe» 4 * right* of Um- hI feu»iHe, MMt the digiiiity of tho iihMoii «broad will lx* sustained im t > 4 « » f * i», I he?* Im« boon n de;*.l of talk nb.>iit Bltrtne « foreign policy, mid the danger » war hUIi i onic uaknovi' u nu ittioti i« Mint demi re» nte« hu» re Blaine ! v, w ould I it I, the majority of the ; m «h h the bud tiok. Where the n n conflict with the not yet ta-en foretold with nil the world, and for generations to conn more reason to liow than nt any period No one who iius any knowledge of tire t peace likely lobe There is no nr, apprehend hostilities an history, ) ho is tamil ,f l )tM, B lw any fear, whoever this republic >r called up once windh pcapht of lids country, and i»r with the Chanu-tcii ti wiio compose it has may In- in power, that fail to sllNtuili itselt wlici on. It would make no di ■er the mime ofthe Prr >uh or Flcveliimi lii A war, jurat m popular people; a foreign war, blood of the nation could It. let nut, b refhajm.iu oaeneuac, it would la* Imalthy Mothlng would pieuse if the rebellion, 1 on both sides, belter »hnii a chance to shoulder the rifle again»! a foreign cue. j mv; and they would lake their mureh from laud or would be us likely löget them But at for the country, the veteran* of tho war itig (»filer« with equal Fremden t Blaine or President Cleve ilaority from one »» from tin* other, present there is no occasion for war en with thuklusui. There in no whom even the pretext of u war cun be The policy of the country ! country 1 list i gabs 1 1» fhe policy of peace The following telegraphic dispatch refers to the action of tim Chicago Con volition affecting Territorial delegates Taylor, of Arkansas. Chairman of the Foiuudltee on Credentials, reported the list of delegate« with uu amendment, giving Territorial delegates the right to vote in the convention, Randolph, of New Jersey, moved uu un ."uoiueut that tin* Territorial del® # ta* not allow cd to vote, , Arthur, of Oregon, spoke against th* ufHCtidttteUt, rejected and the r* - p(*i t adopted. K* fhe amendmeiit was t, e understand that the Idaho delegw Ho that they U voted f«*r Fie »eland, in th«* winning taut if their uu,u T* i*\t Fail. rttte iDrnxsiii our "Mnetum I Monday a» made bright loot by the but by « pleasant ,»»t brilliant and f Of Tc\a !» the W«*pl' n, Mr. M N •Ogden Daily Eulerpri*»'.' M S ib*'w**er is well nrel fwvor »*►«»» trams Tex.«* to Washington, »* in »me ,,f th«' Went era Htsstc. as in ing a Mr, Brew* ii* family to »>«r town. ,n Xtoutan* street, irns f** Mahl» |HI«H f|. \s spHp. r Hie ter, formerly nt the * Males Br ltd st il«® He r. to t< •k •tkMftfy h he i* vnMml ■nv la tel» • itstde t»f th« Lttk*- View ,H1.) fndfjsendvTit. gs-.I rwth**r extenafvi-ly ,, t( Bris Bis *t Cnil «gtu string t» «!U»or lise ti W'ISV 'St THE CHICAGO CONTENTION. Tho Winning TVrket Flteed «rover Cleveland. of New Turk, First -Hen dricks Second. Chicago, Jnlr 11, 1884.—The Demo ont tic Platform bas been submitted nod , fteeepted by the convention Aiwa (loeu - j mont positive, good and true enough for ! every voter of the United States to stand i ! I by without quest.ion. platform, tho first ballot was taken for j Presidential nominees with the follow j„g result«: 7 «. Tbnrmsti KK, McDonald 5Ö. Cnrlislt Irnmediately fiter presenting the I Cluvtîlnml 302, Bayard 170, Bandull i 27, HDudley 3. Flower 4, Tilden 1, Hen • a ricks J. Total 8*20. Necessary for b ! ' I choice (two thirds) 547 Voten 1 I Adjotmied to !2'30 f hi i () 0 reassembling proceeded to oeemul ! I ballot with following results: j ' ■■ Cleveland f;N5, Bavard 8 , Hendrick* ! \r^4, Thurman 4 , McDonald 2, Randall i j tludi mad« ' J I Pael tie coast «lelegates all stood in for ! Bayard and Hoad Icy telegraphed eon ,j Fleveland's nomination urinnirnoiiM. | Cleveland. | grutuhitioiiM nt once - Tammany talked about standing in ] W itli Batter. | ! 0 f Rosecrana, j H«t»ilrlekN projMmtwt and the lutter wo» n<>jnhmt<*cl by hooUi motion, 5:30, P. m. At call of States for Vicc-I'residcut, MöPonam and I j * .. . „ i At tf-20 p. H. nt call of 8 tato» and Tor- j ! .... ritorieH all yote<l «olid for Honrlriek» \ j and the convention adjourned «ine die. i Following adjournment nil the dele j gate» «urronuded t lie (dntimuin'Hdeftk nud ! j waved their banners while the audience l George E. IMIz, formerly of this see- : tioii, writes to the Mining et Sdentlfle Press from Juneau. Alaska, an follows: Times are lively up here. The placer 1 1 ! ; wild clltHsrs for tile candidates, demon Htrating the fact of great and heartfelt I [ i nr(lg (, f,o tlieir feet and tile band played Atild Lung Sync, and such cheering was never before heard in Chicago; singing j followed; cannons roared the glati news, anti singing again closed down with I j enthmijusin which betoken« succès«, I liter-Ocean. Alaska Mine«. mine* are nil running full blaut, and are Inking «ut the umwd amount of dust. Heavy préparations arc being mud** to «tart the quarts mines in earnest. The Alaska Manufacturing Company have penetrated their ledge with ft tunnel, by aid of power drills, and have proven their ledge to lie over 500 feet in width, all in good average ore, of about eight ■ to eleven dollars per ton. They are now. building a mill on t heir mill site to out ! f heir timber aud lumber for a 120 stamp j mill. They are employing every idie ! man, white ns well as Indian, in grml ing, ditching, etc. Nothing is doing yet on quartz on the mainland.—Ttuca rora Times Review. W* Print nui», Curtis, posters, Blank«, Tickets, Bweipts, Bn «gramme*, Pamphlets, Bill Honda, Bt« tentent*, jfote Heads. Letter Heads, N isiting Curu*. Fuiicr*! Notices, Wedding Invitation«, Notice. oG«x> |. betehv irivsn that all persons are Ur, I not to pniel.a*,' froiu Wttllara Helvnttw t In the Bshttwr » Tata!, situate,! at h,»,t ,,r n,.i.ulev creek. sls*«t *, mile «e.t ut r«h ck cat in. a* ,h*sertt«*,l amt located t,y i,t Hit*,* ; -aut claim betast re t at Bat lev, Aimra* Ce.» blähe. Its twsik lain, tine -Iss» If In as a mininy part - , I Kelli At siattx. •aid Betoher mine S W 1UVADLKY , Jene T. last Krtehun». blah Notire. Use a \v a which he w y Tier Pt Hr^dî^v hftvjoif n* the pub in th»» Bt'lttU me, ttmï *1+0 clatminhC to !»• a ttlîif iMArtn^r Of mi»«, I hereby « u no lnl#rift **t whatever tine, *ud aI*o tluit wikl H, -» «««h Mit) hi* having in common with iu a f« w prorijt-'ctd tn W«»t Hoaldcr, au tatere«! in ihmtiath rh«r Wm. Ht WLT/.. .»-.i I« . - and te ' I fotvsai' in«. in lui ne The r*r, Irin ho, Jn • r.K \*n. Hank No 3I4ï Report of Ihr Condition Of The First National ISank of Ketch um, at Ketch um, in the Territory of Idaho, at the clone of buHine.HU, Tune 20th, 1S«4. HEHOUliCEH. Loans and discoiuitH Overdraft« . $29.738 77 •J.Hftl 13 U. rt. Honda to neoure circulation,. 12 , 6<>0 oo Due from approved reserve ajrent»,. .. 14.X64 42 , Due from other ational Banks. 8,nn 41 from State Bank« and hankers,.. lu,U41 74 j Heal estate, furniture aud fixtures,... 4,360 74 Current expenses and taxes paid, Premium* paid... ! Bills of other hanks,. _ M)4 !)'.* _ 1,796 87 _ 2.150 49 v.'iw :ir '2,680 00 i Sp-cic ! Legal tender note«. I itedoinjith n fond with U. K. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation). j 562 00 I otal. . $04,6o4 7« UABUXIICS. Capital stock paid is, . „ . Undivided inrufos. National Bank notes outstanding' Individual deposits subleet te»check,.. 32.367 37 Banks and banke s .. .$00,000 00 700 04 8,800 00 Due to State 2,66« 37 Total, $34,604 78 Territoryof Idaho, County of ARuro», 8 S: J . Oe«. W. <»rinin, Cashint of tin* above-named I»»nk, do solemnly »wear i.bat the above staie I meat I« true to the best of my knowledge and imiter. Geo. W. (Hum», Cashier. Bnbscrlbed »ltd sworn to before me this Mth «l*y of July, n»M. Oso. P. Hoi soon. Correct-Attest: Notary Public. ! J"*'"' l Lawm, i I Thus. Layeli, - j üko. B. Moulton. I Din «to ». ■ Notice. Office Little Wood River Mining: ffeHmeltinj? Co., j 412 Ko 3d Ht., Philadelphia, Pa. **■ W. Ballantine having: resigned the po sition a« Kuperiuteudent of thia Comp i*y on J June i, 1884, all the con tract« ior the Company I will ceaae on that date. ! The working of the entire property will hors- j after he carried on In the name of J. W. Bal laottne, lie having control of the same unuer a dnvcloj lag contract. by order or the Board of Director". F, J. Mathew«. ITesldent. List of Letters Remaining In the Post Office nt Ketch mil, Idaho, on July 12, 1884, if not called for in 30 days, will bo sent to the Dead Letter office: which. Armel Alice 8 blue J B Brown F I Bryon W j Brown Win i Blum John j Blize John Kennern John \ Coriett John Chmiotmn wd c«jw Jerry** 011 ** ! l McClodky Wm MePhail John McGill Mr McMahon F O MoFurnahan J C 2 Noilen Jhk N amorrow Mike NIchollH \V M Ollem und Jo O'Donnell Ktephen PalmateerCI) PandriiH Mrs J Pear« Mr« A Parrett Marry Pan let John 3 Rod iter« Mr« 1> 2todi?< Retd Elijah C Rooney Timothy Sohwartz F Heed noy Tom Hander« Ben 3 Hpcarman August Heigert Henry Hpenoer Maine« Hjiencer Mrs M K Smith J J Turman A H Thrash Andrew E Wiley Wm Wall im A WelHoh B F Wat kina Nelson Wright Mrs WIIh. n W M Wooloock Airs J Wilson H P Wilson Mrs A Persons call i if g for any of the above letters will say "Advertised," and give date of list. If. F. Steward, P. j\1. Dnrtif Clirlsto l>HViilHoa John boMwiiorty H K i>svis 1 n't) G 1 Easton W Femlnut C A Ghecn Lev I Gottrtch Mat lid» I lamlla Isaac 1 Gardner C W ! Hawkins Mick ; Joncs K VV Jeiinson N Isis Jackson Gust Lanstrop Krank L&rcon t) A JJeyer Atianst Morton ( tins A Means Richard Norttan R8 Morrill Tom Mansfield Theo P Miller Andrew Moore A I> ~ McOrmfor Alex Mrs 1) A Notice. Notice Is hereby given that I hold a hill of «Hîe of All the mining timber« and hhw Ioisk out l»y Geo. Whitney for J. Pi 11 mer ( a part of which hiiB been lieHvePpft, ami ail persons are warned against ptueiiasinvc the «aine. The aaid tiin berr and Ions are now on the «icle-hill about one- half mile below tlie town of K tchum. F. H. Rowic, Prop. Hailey Haw Mill. Jnl.s-sod. Juno 16, ItiM. Send in Your Orders For JOB PRINTING! TO THE KEYSTONE OFFICE. : WADE'S , BARBER SHOP ! Main street, one ,lts»r lselow the Cornucopia 1 les tan rant. HAIR CUTTING C SPECIALTY. A share of the Public Patronage Solicited ; also. , Bath Rooms. Baths, 50 Cts. I All parti®*indebted tothe undorsfgned j are requcsUMl t<> come *nd settle before , June l*t and uivo further emit. I F . O Wade, Proprietor. July lo-tf Aotico. Jaueh Moore. i i 3 WE SELL SHUÏLER WAGONS BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST. WE DO THE BUSINESS BECAUSE WE WORK 'EM UP. WE SELL HARDWARE ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES. CALI, IN AND SEE US AND EXAMINE 0U3 In Our Three Stores, viz: KETCHUM, BELLEVUE, HAILEYl COFFIN BROS. T JLi 5 ! PHARMACIST i & Dealers in Fine Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Ac. A Complete Slock on B»*«t of English and French Brushes, Soaps, Essences and Pharmaceutical PrcvaratioB*. Recherche and Suitable to the Most Fastidious taste. Importedand Domestio Char<, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station ery, etc., etc.—and In every way Replete with such Articles Usually found in a First-Class Drug Store. as are Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. I. I Lewis & Son, Two Doors IT. of Pinkham Ss Lewis. [Myl7.tr WILLET YOUNG, Prescription Clerk. THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor, Next door to First National B*nk, KETCHUM, IDAHO* THE NEW BAXTER HOTEL, • Completed and thrown Open to the Public,Combines Every Feature of a FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE. READING ROOMS, TWENTT-FIVE NEW ROOMS, FINE SYSTEM OF WATER WtftaM*. GOOD BEDS and FURNITURE THROIKJHOUT. COMFORTABLE PARLORS, Location Ceutral and Convenient to Business Houses, Postoffice, Banks, Ac. GO TO THF. BAXTER HOTEL, * PALACE HOTEL, MAIN STREET KETCHUM, IDA»«. L. H. RUSSELL At CO., Proprietors A First Class House in Every Respect. TWENTY-ONE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEDS. Dining Room is Run on the European Flan by the Old Reliable STEVEN H. GOODS AN. 3 HEALH AT ALL HOtT.S OF TUB DAY OB NIGHT. OBDF.IÎ WIIAT YOU WANT AND PAY ACCORDINGLY NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED. STEWARD BROS. J Have jtist add' d to their s. ook r staitonery and Fancy Goods » comiitete Block of ÜTUTTGS AN-D IvÆRnDicI JNT es, TOILET SOAPS, hah; TOOTH AND NAH, BRUSHES FERKUMKS, COSMKTiQl 1 POWDER BOXES. A-C., AC. ripllons fareftilly f'otniioutided. Also, Dealers In WALL PAPER, CHIMNEYS, GLASSWARE, MAJOLICA WARE. MIRRORS, PIPES, CIGARS; IN FACT, EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS VARIETY store, INCLUDING the Best Assortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood River. I ,, , ,» , iialsi* m'OTne Remember the place— POS L Ob F ICK STÖR E. I, TOILET W AT K lis. FA C K POW OKI I*re' TOBa*««. i