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KETCHÖM DAILY KEYSTONE.
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Untere»! nt the Postoftiee at Ketch
•ini. 1. T. as second class matter.
Post Office Hours.
"he Kotchnm Postoffloe is open from
7 . m, to 8 I*, m. every day. No Money
'1 refer or Registry business on Sunduvs,
«*■*• week days after 4 r. m.
TOWN TIDINOS.
Court has caused a little life in the
•eounfy scat.
Fine bologna sausages just received at
Uchwartz's. Try it.
The big Ilniley hotel stands an empty
monument to its builders.
Leave your orders with James liro's
for humburg steak.
The Shaw circus played to large audi
ences in Hailey yesterday.
Fine pickles by the quart at Old Joe
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Slip in and look at the flue line of
gents' clothing just received at Pinkham
Jfc Lewis's.
Cleveland and Hendricks were rati
fied last night in Hailey by the De
mi ocra cy.
The caso of Austin, ct al, vh. the Elk
Thorn mine, has been postponed till the
•October term of court.
The weather continues warm and sul
try. and prophecies of fain are now in
i r 1er among the weather shams.
Go to » no popular Hailey Restaurant
when down the river and get a square |
meal.
I, I. Lewis & Son. druggists, have just |
'received a fine lot of fishing tackle. Call '
and see it.
L. H. Russell, G. W. Griffin. Geo.
Lewis and others will go out to inspect
the Trail creek grade this morning.
A first-class store to rent. Apply to
It. O. West, Enterprise Restaurant, tf
The red hot Democrats of Hailey
joined in a lively ratification meeting
last evening and celebrated the nomina
tion of Cleveland and Hendricks with
guns, speeches and music.
Dress making and plain sewing by
Mrs. S. A. Maison.
Seventh streets.
Dud & George now run an evening
express from Hailey to Ketchum, leav
ing the latter pla* e after the mails ar
rive. But we can't expect the mails on
time yet.
The cclsbrated "Orange Blossom" and
importeu "Paul Murphy" cigars are the
best in the market. Give them a trial.
For sale by James Judge.
There remains but eleven miles oi un
coiistructed road between this aud
Smoky. The mines in that section be
gin to loom up and we expect to see the
road finished soon.
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Boggs.
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Lemlville and
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Bathing suits at the Guyer Hot
Springs.
Judge Carr and Jesse Bradford passed
through Ketchum yesterday morning
on their way to Atlanta, where they pro
pose to develop a mine iu which they
are both interested.
Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tonib
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stone dealer of Idaho, came up yester
day ^id erected t< fine monument at the
grave of Jus. Coppock. Mr. Roberts
will be in Ketchum next week taking
orders for tombstone work. Jnl7-tf
The Ketchum A, Challis Toll Rond Co.
held a regular meeting Thursday eve
ning, when the constitution and by
laws were signed and other steps taken
to complete the organization and i'acili ;
täte its work.
We heard from the workmen on the
road now encamped at the bridge lead
ing to LaveJTs saw mill that during
the coming week work of grading on
that section will be completed; aud that
their camp will be removed to a point
above town, and opposite, the smelter, j
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arrived from the coast yesterday and
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wi 11 spend some time in looking filter
Col. E. Green, the well known Wood
River pioneer and founder of the Phila
delphin smelting works, at this place, '
liis niinin interests hereabouts. The
Col. will be glad to learn of the recent
big strike in the Silver Star {nine, on
Big Smoky.
one thousond dollars worth of gents'
«lothing just received at Pinkham &
Lewis's.
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Mr. C. E. Taylor, a prominent mer
chant of Bay horse, arrived here yester
day. He hud a rough trip,. Crossing
Lost, River, on the Challis and Ketchum
road, the buckboard on which he was
riding, was taken off by the swollen
, . , _ ' .
si ream and earned down the river, ta k
ing with it a valise and $500 in cash be
longing to Mr. Taylor. He returned to
the SI me Side of the river three times
me same suie or me river turet times,
and finally had to leave his horse and
swim ashore
swim asliore.
the latest and most finished styles. ,
Pictures finished oil the following day
after the negative is taken, and on the ,
ground. Perfect satisfaction guarau- j
IOOd * Jvll-.VV. I
Mr. M. M. Hazeltine lias opened a
Photographic Gallery on Second .street,
Ketclium, where he is now prepared to
take photographs of all kinds, and in
BIG STRIKE OS SMOKY.
The Silver Star Mine, of tie Philadel
phia Co., is Drifting in Solid Ore.
Word was brought in yesterday of an
important ore discovery in the Silver
Star mine, on Big Smoky. The tunnel
begun on Dec. 1, 1883, after running 590
feet, encountered the ledge at a depth
of 300 feet, and found the same line
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lodge and ore body the mine was known
to possess on the surface.
The ledge is
six feet in width, and consists chiefly of
three grades of ore that will average in j
value 100 ossa per ton. The surface
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showing of the Silver Star mine is ex- j
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collent, the ledge being traceable for a
distance of 1200 feet, and with the pres
ent attainment in depth and the work
ing facility developed by the large tun
nel, the mine stands as one of the best
openings for ore extraction in the Wood
River region,
lead and of a very free nature. In the
breast of the low tunnel water is found
in abundance, but it is easily darined
off through the tunnel, and it is con
verted into power to run an air blower
for the mine.
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The ore is all heavy in !
Territorial News.
Coeur d'Alene Pioneer.
There a,e about 75buildings in course
of construction ia the city,
of them being business houses on Main,
Gold and Second streets.
A nugget
About half
weighing
Oi ounces was
picked uf) in the Webfoot mine,
Dream gulch, last Saturday,
in
The clean
up on Sunday morning netted 170 ozs.
There is but little snow left on the
mountains,
the summit free of it.
The Murray claim was purchased for
$8.000. and immediately resold to Butte
parties for $10,000.
The District Court convenes at Rath
drum June 23d. The county contest is
set for the 25th inst.
The ferry at Thompson Falls was
ried away. The boat swiftly drifted
over the rapids, being turned and twist
ed around in all manners,
overboard Paul Ducharmo and
named Déniait. Both were drownod.
The mules also went over, only two
managing to swim to the shore.
Shuck. F. S, McDermout, and two oth
A few days more will leave
car
throwing
a man
P. M.
era dung to the boat, and were rescued
below the Falls.
The pack animals were
the property of H. Blythe. His loss is
about $3,000.
about $5,000.
Total loss of property is
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ChaXUs Messenger.
There are 81 hands working the Rams
horn lode.
Ores are being delivered to the smel
ter at Bay horse for the Co. by contract.
The Ramshorn mountain is said to be
showing more and better
ore than ever
before.
Farmers are cutting
great time of haying has
rived however.
some hay; the
not ar
this week passed but is now somewhat
; improved,
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Frank Melhoan Las been very poorly
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The IV est Point.
The West Point claim, originally lo
cated ns the Eugene,
locations in theElkhorn gulch, has been
developed into u very pi omising pros
Galena was recently found in con
one of the oldest
j pect.
in t-erosted parties, j
bromdit m ohnnt ±t\ n,™ a p !
orougnt in about 40 pounds of tine .
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galena specimens. I he ledge was very I
poorly defined on tiie surface, and a !
turee-inch streak was followed down. 1
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I Ills led to a three-foot ledge, with the ;
ore mentioned, at a depth of ten feet. !
siderable quantities, and yesterday Ben.
' Janus, one of the
llolel Arrivais.
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HASTES s.
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,, , ' ' * en nan. Lew Sterns,
I-red. A. Montiromerv oitv U vr
o, 6 IULr .l, city, I. M.
ti:Infer , John D. Winters. Ilailev;
jp Brunen H Mdlumn, L
,, * - Ian mix, city, L. I
tIur,{ wife, Bellevue; John Slioff
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ner, I enna. !
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generally j
perferring mining strikes for a text for J
, conversation: but yesterday and last i
evPni "g tlle crowd took up the subject !
, <>f men and measures, aud wrestled with •
j the subject iu n somewhat noisy man
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PALACE.
D. Bacon. Boise* Jas Ha- ,
July ll»h.
luk, Colorado; James Can*, Hailey.
Frank Lyon, James Ot
July 12th.
tercon. Atlanta.
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Polities has been little talked of i
this neighborhood.
people

The Railroad.
The railroad construction
between
Halley and Ketchum is progressing rap
idly and will soon be in readiness for a
clean sweep of track laying. The grade
is completed to within a short distance
of Ketchum, with the exception of
a
few short intervals, and track laying has
been finished one mile this way from
Hailey.
As soon as the bridges are got
in readiness the truck laying cun be
pushed ahead very rapidly.
The bridge
piles could not be driven at this noinf
ut huh point,
work was suspended on the bridge yes
terday to await orders as to the means
at Gimlet is the hardest piece of work
on the line. It having been found that
of construction to be adopted.
Dad Freeman, who pre-empted a por
tion of J. S. Liud's desert land claim,
got $400 for the right of way through
liis ground.
THE HON TON RESTAURANT,
And Not theTulace.—Chas. James Pro
prietor.
The Bon Ton's best features have been
resurrected and new and attractive arid
accommodating
shull be named the Bon Ton.
James has leased the Bon Ton Restau
rant stand, und with neat tables,
co< ks, neat waiters and the best the
market affords.
features added.
It
Chas.
neat
will spare no pains to
make it the popular restaurant of Keteh
nm.
Game and fruits in
season will nl
ways supply the boards and everything
desired in a first-class restaurant shall
be at the public's command. Give us a
call and judge for yourself.
Chas. James.
Cleaning & Repairing,
Mrs. Wheeler, on Fifth street, one
block west ol Main, is prepared to do all
kinds of repairing, cleaning and press
ing of suits and
to all.
guarantees satisfm tioii
julSMin
The Croy street Millinery of Hailey.
will commence closing out its stock con
sisting of all classes of millinerv and no
tions, at cost on July 5th; also <
fixtures, provisions,
etc.
•a rpets.
stoves, furniture,
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Fine assortment of Eastern sash, doors,
mouldings, weights and pulleys.
black walnhtcountertops. woinscotting.
flooring, etc., just received at Pinkin'"
& Lewis's.
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Go to Dick's when at Hailey for a
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square meal.
PAY ROLLS FOR SALE
—at tbe—
KEYSTONE OFFICE
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
f* of ice IV o.
United States Land Office, i
Hailey, Idaho, April 3, ls«4. f
Notice is heveb .liven ihat William H. Ste
vens, of Detroit, Slate of Michigan, by T. \V.
^ï 1 ? 20 » h .is attorney in fact, who»« P ntuffico
address is Ketchum. Idaho Tv., has made ai>
plication for a United state« Patent for the
"alpine*'
claim and mill Rite, situate in Warm
Spiincs Cheek Mining District, Altnras Conn
tv, Idaho Territory, consisting of about ir.no
linear teet of the lode, and surface ground about
4,HI feet wide, bcinc Lots No. 57 A A- 57 R, and
tidal LuTUv , the rteW noU ' K aiKl 1 lat of Ule
'••a
t • iu thin office, with magnetic
variation at I!) i decree* east, as rollow.- :
Said Alpine mining claim is described by
the south-west corner thereof,
v U. S. Mfnevnl Monument No. 5 bears S.
feet dis.;
K.. ;)i.;i f
Thom Ui
•ommencmi
claim, rsxi feet to post No.6, and them
of beirtnninK, S. 12" su' I- „ »so feet,
therefrom the eoniliet
claim, indue area ot i.-> acre, loss area of 2.5* ,
acics IU conflict with said lorn Rocurs eiatra,
anil d surnnted ns Lot No. 57 A. Said Alpine
niill site is described by eommeDeinir at the
no,th-e:.st conic thereof, whence r. S Mineral
Momimetn No. a bears N. ro » +' w., l«s_>.i feet ;
*! K ' nLV £ n ""- s *! l I'' 0nl ® r . S - '»•' feet;
thence b. IS W., test to post No. I;
thence N. i; g.. e.«a> feet to nost No. i ; I lienee N.
■I ' I* E-, S63 feet to place of bevinninv, eon
tainine area of 2 .;w acres, and doeiirnated as Lot
No. 57 B.
The said minin
s-uS^nntyî'afiL.lcv
j'„°„ The nearest known i
Vdinct uVro this'notice is- rnblfshed in tin- '
KCTCH1M Keystone. t_e newspaper published !
sUijGavf Hai ' 1 n " ni,,!/ uoLVf iTirlln° £ I
Jus. H. Rcattr. ' r.e*liter. I
Hailey, atty. I April j
41 ' 40' \V.
nt ; tlience from said
et to intersection of
m 'nine claim, 4<16
12 " 50' W., »so feet
12° III' K.. 500 fee» to
feet to post
tl.cnce S. 12 io VV. si. 7 feet to niters,-c
f nor.h end line of said Thom Rovers
! to placo
xceptinp
itiisatd Timm hovers
confer b. so 25
loot line of tiu
feet to post No. 2: thence N
to post No. a; them e N
jiost No. 4; tin nee N. sir
W.. 4(
No
tic
Uni and mill site Iwdn*? of
>f tbe County Reeonier of
A1 tin
da
cation beinK said
me
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To the Saloon Men on Wood River
I Keep Constantly on Hand the Celebrated
Sait Lake City Keg Beer
In Quarter Barrels, at 75 Cents per
Gallon in Hailey; also, Milwau
kee Bottle Beer, and a
Complete Assortment
In the Wholesale
Liquor Line.
a «
Respectfully Yours,
E. BARTSCH.
Jas. M. Blossom,
W. A. Criswell.
BLOSSOM & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FLOUR,
Corn Meal, Cracked W
HEAT, ETC..
And all Kinds of
GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED
At the Lowest Cash Rates.
i Car Lots.
Flour furnished
On Wood
The best Brands ever sold
We have Constantly o > Hand
aver.
Tng Patent Bailei, Disarel ant Central Mills Flour.
Every Sack Warranted.
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CONSIGNMENTS S(. LICITED.
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THE LARGEST STOCK ON WOOD
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—Dealers in—
Time nee, Tin rehen er, Minces Tonie. Tulle nod Pocket CutLeca
uuny, _ ..„u/s. JmnuniHioii. Fishing Tackle
and Snoriiuc; (loot].-..
Store
! TIN SNO SHEET IRON WORK TO ORDER.
IRON AND STEEL
Door?, Sash and Blinds.
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S- Onit'» by Mail
ill receive prompt at tenihm.
OiFctte c; S 7 .WS. : :
Mi* «im to trive e»ti"fHciic n
<'* n ' tn, IJa'io.

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