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KETCHUM DAILY KEYSTONE.
■is
issued Every Morning, except Monday.
AT
KETCHUM, ALT IRAS CO., IDAHO.
- Editor
OEO. J. LEWIS,
TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1884.
BEN. BUTLFR AND JOHN KELLY.
of
Butler is reported by the telegraph to
be dissatisfied and threatening to bolt
Cleveland's nomination. Bat little is
aaid about the proposed action of Jolin
Kelly and the Tammany crowd. It is
not improlwble that the two may unit*
their forces and make ail the nuadhie
possible. Butler linn always been a dis
tiirber in every party w ith whom lie in »
acted, slid that includes nil of them
Mo one will tie surprised at rmv fnutiis
ito trick he may play on this occasion.
Kelly is dlffereutly situated. That he
he can Imlt has been shown by the de
te«t of Oov Robiason, and his luke
warmness for II ncoek He ought t
realixe, however that bolting will not
bear too freqti ut re letltion. Ttiere is
su evident determination M* give him
to understand lin t lie cannot boa, the
jn*rty all over the oountrv, and that if
ho persists in hhtMtutiiihpg mid brow,
floating his w»iv no further attention
will lie given him If Tammany cannot
act with the btdanee of the party witii*
ont constantly showing a sorehead it
can go to any other party It pleases.
Tammany I" becoming a nuisance.
There was a time when Tammany was a
in
a
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O.
and a powerful nr#nvitaut ion#
Tbo ab!<«t of tho lend* th and
«tatoHiuon wrra It* OhibftulliH
It luiHModly (dialled
nniik into n nwrwn.
8f
and upokeaiin-n
for the
ormv
nry and trencher»ms faction, distrusted
The
nd feiir**d by nulle.
by all parties
•'By
if New
i 111 -
inis grown
session of tiie rnll
I m st n- . rile number and I
i
; floes (*xt*ecd that of u !
mcnscl.v t
nlclpul ptv'TTU'o et N of ntoru value
t lisu
«•»rtli of loci
uubiInt of t
cure thus« s|
(U.poslUou i
cverythiug.
my h«v
loads It off on
tlon it will m
Blaine's frlen
fifimb nt Uiqiut
rut to ni
tiioni, ant
simitnr
T<
comliim-tl.

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Thu» lim ny
irlrtoe
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and tb'ttcli*
If Ktdlv ' 4**1

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No.
for.
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proverbial
Ilowiul to tiUurn.
inti«.
Icmiitnue tlia
im ami aru imlitbr
witii
ssocintiun
1 tui's rriumlH bt'nr a
. I ; sllotlou tor Untief
parties
1 the fight will V»t> Ih*
1 liul(linart*<»i facUons J
: wenn tli»> two (irunii
itno'
u* but tw
mul Kel
U\ tho o*
twe*ti tUem
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a ill \** or
the
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t he WtMi.l UiSA*r I iuu'8 hurt the f «»I - 'l
j t
tüWlu.<( 6t|*k*iiHltiOU two KUUll uoinjtt j
Tin; mu i * kktchijsi wail.
lent nm k.
rvf< it» tl to l>>
1 lit- Kr rcHVM Keystone coiuiiiuius !
tbttl tlt(> mail mmivad ni Hailey dot's
not rwh thero until the following .lay,
tho Hutloy PoslofHofl nm
nlo9«9 kt thin. The Keyâton» i m |»rt>
Slid Blame
Imbiy luistskeu, ns tliose ulfifluls nrt*
sworn to oIh'v the ImiRKltiona of Ute
l'«>|H«rtröent witii t»> deliv
• ritijf Hie tunll, not only for Ketohum
i
t-Ut for every other town III this vitunl
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tv 1'oatmasters aud their elertel have ■
. I
but Utile to say tn arriving nrnl depart
mi* taiili beyond reporting the hour« nf
which thoy nm nodvtnl and foynvunU'd. I
H i« proUiblo t hut the truth i« that Iho
!
NVThm\ UiVt*r Ulal)« *rn »till cwrrlfd Oil
Uh* cJd Blttckfoot »Inge Unit'. ThUgiv^»
the oontrturiorrt 34 hour« to drlivrr tho
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tunll ill Köichum lifter it rt*ucht v a Hnih*v, i
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»hll« Ui« railway 1« uut bmind to britijf
it to this plat'i' at any partu-uli.r hour of
»lie day.
Tke mw clirtH*tc»r!» of tfui Union Pacinc
art» ju«tl uow outfugtnl lu cutting flowu
tTpa&MMi by uhuuiioing m»iuo of the j
juutrtetiger truiiiN tmthoir difToreut roods,
and othorwiae rtniucitig their force», and
.j'» a consefjucmH' the pAWH*ng«rtnin8 on
the OieRuii Khort Line bave been t< -iu
»rarily buulutl u(T. An ear, mail
< ar atul pama iiuiT emieli ore uow aUai hed
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to the freight train, am! arriva hero res
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(»eotivcly tit 11:10 P. M. timid: 15 A. M. |
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Idaho
•rach day, making i-loao conm O'ioiu. ut
1 1 ranger aith the main line, und at l'oua
t«!lo with tho UUh 4 Northern.
Ileruld.
Territorial News.
Xncë-Miner:
Last evening tlio udvauco advertising
car of Cole's groat show arrived on the
train. There wero eight men with the
ear, who went immediately to wotk
making preparations for billing Hailey,
Ketchnm, Bullion and Bellevue.
Th A ».n !
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arc several hundred pounds of bills that
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The full shows come here on the 4th
Judge Broderick received a telegram
will be used on the river.
of next month, audit will require two
frnins of 40 curs to transport the para
phernalia.
from Jwifcfce Morgan ye»terduy,
Hinting that ho would bo here hv the
17th lost, to hold court in this plane,
while he (Judge Broderick) could go
ml bring out his frmil.v.
Jlrlleuue Chronicle.
Tim Pioneers of the P eitle Const, of
Idaho, will meet »it Wedekind A. Drum's
hull in Bellevue next Tm-sdiiy, at which
'line a branch of file order will lie estab
lished here. Tiie Bellevue branch will
-dart off with forty members and wit.li
ill no doubt
in a couple of months it
">• increased to i ne hundred, as there
ire many hereabouts who desire to tie
enrolled, tint cannot afford the time and
The order on Wood River now has
expense of . ttendlng meetings at Hai
ley.
a membership <-f over 400.
S'tonhone Journal.
Geil. Hupt. W. B Doddridge, of tiie
O. S. L., passed through Shoshone this
week, under direction of the Union Pa
cifie director« at Omaha, to confer with
the manager and chief engineer of the
O. U. A N. Co., at Huntington, and to
agree upon the terminai yards and
grounds at Huntington, between the
two roads. It is probable tllHtu connec
tion w ill lie made by the 1st of October,
and trains uill lie running through to
the Pacific coast. The directors will
8f »on vi*U
Ip»m1io»ip, when arraiiginentH
will bo umde for opening the h1ioj» 8 at
rliiM plot?»*.
A MV TO-DAY.
A I» F U CATION KO U PATKNT,
Notice No. 00.
Notice Is hereby y'.vi n that William II Watt
and lohn It. Clark. Samuel Alle , George Mont
omen and Kdward II T rry, by William H.
Whi t, tln-lr sitornev In faet, whose post Otttoe
addo-ssl Italie» , Altai a-. County, Idaho Ter
made api lleiulou for a United
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'nixed ni âtes Land Office, i
Hall y, Idulnl, July 15, lss(
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rttory,
Hiatus P
mt for tiie
"ST. LOUIH'"
Ijfiile Mining Claim, «Dilate in See. 1ft. T. 4. N.
H. IhK., Hoi«« Meridian, Warm Spring Creek
Mining District. Alt ma« County, Idaho Terri
tory, mm« «ting of iain* linear feet of the lode,
ami «itriace ground 600 fe l wide, being Lot No.
4**1 ami de«e> ibed in the field note« and plat of
the official «urvey on tile in thin office, with i
magne *c variation at 18 degree«and 30 inimité«
ea«t, an follow« :
Coiniuenelug at the discovery point of thin
claim, and running North 74 degrees West along
e*miei line of claim 7A'» feet center west end
line of claim; thence S. 45 W, 336.5 feet
o corner No. t; thence N. 45' K., 673 feet to
corner No. 2; thence S. 74 K., 15U0feet to corner
No. 3 ; them- 8. 45 W., 673 feet to corner No. 4;
thence N. 7* ' W., 1500 feet to corner No. 1, and
place of loginning survey of exterior bounda
ries; embracing an area of 20.27 acre« applied
for. No ooutliotM.
corner No 2, Bee. Cor. Common to Hoc- ;
lion« V», lo, 15 and ttt, T. 4, N. U. 1« K., Boise Me
ridmu, Ih'uih h 59'' kV 58" VV., 3505 feet di«Umt.
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l mining claim being of
office of the County Recorder of Hald mining ,
li«tiict, a i llaihv, hi Aiu.ru« Countv, Idaho
T e nearest known locations being
Hnrk.-r," Montgomerv," "WhUtler" and i
Tiie
'cord in the
l ervitory.
the
"Alexandria."
Any and all person« claiming ad vers ly
portion of the*'8t. Louis' lotie mining claim or I
Hurtace ground arc re«iuired to file their ad
verse , it* im« there U» with tho Register of tiie !
Uuited Slate« l«and Office
'l erritorv, within the h»xi>
t liereof. or they will be burred by virtue of tl.e |
provinlonHof tho Hialtite in «ueh case« made !
llOMEll L. Pt»UKl>,
Register.
anv
at Hailey, Idaho |
days' publication I
and provided.
1 direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica- j
mx\\ dusÎ. "in'*ii. 1 " Ki l 'î'«' ur m Vïu'\" 'keyhwn^ |
^ Keioham ' Kiu '^
JyU ^ Home« L. Pouw,^
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aiu'IjU'ation kor patent. I
Notice No. 67.
United Btatks Land Office, I |
Hal toy, Idaho, July 1 A, iks,. . !
Notiik I» hereby ulven that William H. I
Walt, sud Joko R Clark, Samuel Allen. Oeor»n
Moumemery anil Kdward H. Terry, bv William
it Watt, their attorney tn tact, whore Post of
tie«- adilu-«* I» llnlley, Alturn-. County, Idaho
lerritorv. have mude application tor a United
state- Pat, ut lot the I
"MONTGOMERY"
Lod* mining claim, «itnat© in H«j, to. T 4, N.
ü i« k . Holm* Mci idUn, Warm Hiring Creek t
Mining IMaiilcL AUura* Cnnuty, Idaho Terri- [
tt>rv, iH)QNl«ithitf of tftuuUumr feet t»f tiie lode, !
ftiul mirfat'i» groom! 6<*o feet ^Id#« I>e rig l»«»t No,
MK ami deacribetl lu thr field
the tftfiolai Kiiivev on tile >u UH«
magnetic variation at I« 30' ea«t,
Uw of
V 1 1 '*'' " * 1 !
loltowrt :
Commencing at the discovery point of thi«
claim, u ml running N. 45 ' K
N. end Une of claim; thenceN. 74 W . 836.5 feet
No. i; thence 8 74° K., 673 feet to
Went, 1500 fttt*t t<»
immer No. 3; thence N 74 W. 673 ft*ct to cor- i
ncr No 4; thence N. 45° K., tfM»> fee to corner !
No. i, ami placid of bcvtnntiMt wurwy of e terior
boundaries; eiulii'acing
Nv> oonrtlc't«.
*cet
liter
*t corn i
'turner No. 2; them
S. 1A
area of 20.27
einmal fur.
rmm corner N».» 4, the section comer rum
mon tit Section« 9, in, 15 ami Jti, T. 4, N. R. ih I
I . Bt»i«v Meridian, »« .u» S. :.r 41 VV., >if.2 feet
ii-tant. !
The aaid mining claim being of record in the !
office of the tV uut y Recorder of «aid mining
dt*»t«1et, at Hailey, in Altura» t'onwty, Idaho j
I'errlton i ■ ■ ■ ■ n ndu*
the "Barker," *'8t. Louis»" "Whletler" and !
"t opp* ropob* "
Anv and all peraon-t claiming adeeraely any
portion of the aaid ''Monttfomery'' lode mining
claim or sur, ace ground are ««'jutred to file I
their ad verso claim» thereto with the Register
of the United State« Land Other*, at Huilev, !
Uabo Territory, althia the aUt.v < |«r'* pubil
oalioa thereof, or they will be laurreu by virtue
of the pnivtrdou« of the Statute in »uch ua«e»
made and provided.
Homl h I«, pound,
lb'giHter.
JulvlflHUiuj
I iltrrct that thr fori-yolm» No'lc« of Applica-'
tbu for Pat tut tie imblhihed forth# rerlod of
»my day» in the Kicu iiUM Daily K t YnTOHtt,
a iii-WkpH jm-v piibllnheti vl Kctcbum, Altura»
County, Idaho Territory.
iloMLK L PlIUt D.
IUh i»u-r.
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Julyl5-0M)
APPLICATION FOU PATENT.
Notloe No. M.
U y m. i) States Land Oitice, I
Halley, Idaho, July 15, isst, |
Notice is hereby (riven that William H. Watt,
and John K. Clark. Samuel Allen, George Hont- I
gomery and Ed ward H. Terry, by William H.
Watt, their attorney In fact, whose Post Oillce
address Is Halley, Altnrms County, Idaho Terri
tory, have made application for a United Htates
Patent for the
PAUKER'
! Lode mining claim, «Ruate in See. 1ft, T. 4, N. R.
18 Ë,, liotHe Meridian, Warm Spring Creek Miu
ln " Olstrlot, Alturas County, Idaho Territory,
. conniMtinK of löwo linear feet of the lode, and
surface ground 600 ftiet wide, being Lot No 48,
1 and described in the field note* and plat, of the
ott,cial survey on Hie in this - lice, with mac
nolle variation at I« 30 K., a« follow«:
Commencing at tiie diacovery point of this
claim, and running N. 74 e W. along center line
of claim, 5« ft foetcentor N. W. end line of claim;
thence 8.46° W. 366.Ä t* et to c rnei No. 1 : thence
N. 45° K., 676 feet to corner No. 2; thence H. 74°
K., ifloo feet to comer No. :i; thence h. 45° w,
673 feet to corner No. 4; thence N. 74° W., 15uo
feet to corner N<». i, and place of beginning
"urvey of exterior boundarie«; embracing au
area • f 20.27 acrt'H appib-d lor. No coufilct«.
From corner No. 1, tue Mention corner common
to Beetle»*« 1*. 10, 15 and 16, T. 4, N. It 18 K.,
JtoiHO M-Jildiun, b ar« 8. 59° 03' 58" W., 3505 feel
distant.
The «aid mining claim being of record in the
office of the County Kcoorder of «aid mining
district, at Hailey, in Altura« Comity, Iriai.o
Territory. The m nr« «t known locations being
the "Hi. Louie," Montgomery'' and "Alexan
dria.''
Any and uli peraon* claiming adversely n y
portion of the «aid "Parkfîr" lode mining claim
or surface ground arc required to fib* their ad
verse claim« thereto witii the Uegiater o the
United State« Land Ottico, at liadoy. Jdauo
Territory, within the ixiy day«' publication
thereof, or they will be barred l>y virtue of the
Provision» of the Statute in uch ca«e« made
and provided.
Homes I,. Pound,
Reclstor.
I direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica
tion for Patent lie published for the period of
sixty days in the KETCHUM Daily Kkyhtonk, a
newspaper published at Kctehum, Alturas
County, Idaho territory.
Homer L. Pound,
Realster.
JalyllMXd.
Rank No 3U2.
Report of the Condition
Of The First National Hank of Ketchnm, at
Ketohum, In the Territory of Idaho, at the
close of business, June 20tli, 18s4.
RESOURCE«.
$29,73» 77
2,851 13
13,600 00
»roved remurve agent«,. .. 14,864 42
utlou&l Hank«. 8,173 41
10,041 74
Loan« and dirtooants,.
Overdraft« .
U. H. bond« to secure circulation.
Due from api
Due from other
Due from Htate Dank« and bankers
Ileal estate, furniture and fixture«,... 4.366 74
61*4 M
Current expenses and taxe« paid
I'rttmiuiiiH paid..
Hill« of other bnuka,.
1 706 87
Hpooie
2.150 43
4.239 35
2,63ü 0U
I, egal tender note«.
Redemption fund with U. 8. Trea«urer
(5 per cent, of circulation).
562 00
Total,
.194,604 78
LIABILITIES.
Capital «tock paid in, .
Undivided profits.
National Hank note« out «landing
Individual depoalta «ubject to check,.. 32,367 37
2,668 37
$50,000 00
709 04
ft,860 00
Hue te Stale Hunks and hunkers....
Total
Territory of Idaho, County of Alturas. SS
I, Geo. W. Grlllin, Cashier of the above-named
hank, do solemnly swear that the above -date
ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. GEO. W. GRIFFIN, Cii - liter.
Hubsorlbed and sworn to before me this sth
day of July, 1HS4. GEO. P. Hodhon.
Correct Attest; Notary Publie.
Isaac I. Lewis,
I Thus. I, aveu,,
Geo. li. Moulton. 1 Dirrotors.
*»4.1)04 78
Office Little Wood River Mining A Smelting Co.,
i T 412 8p. 3d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. J. \V. Hallantine having renigned the po
aition a« Superintendent of this Comp *iy on
June 1,1884, all the contract» for the Company
wtd oea«e on that date.
The working of the entire property will here
aft<>r be carried on in the name of J. VV. Bal
laotine, he having control of the name under a
developing contract.
By order of the Board of Director«,
E - J - Mathews, President,
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«ale of all the mining timber« and «aw log« out
j by Geo. Whitney tor J. Pillmer, a purl ot' which
hu« been delivered, and all person« are warned
Notice.
Notice.
Notice 1« hereby given that I hold
bill of
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Jk*in«t pm charting the same. I he «aid tim
L**r« and log« are now on the side-hill about
i one- half mile below the town of K tchum.
F. H. Rowe,
Prop. Hailey Saw Mill.
Jnl8-3ud.
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June tti, 1884.
WADES
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BARBER SHOP
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| Malu * trwt ' ,,ne <u ' ,,r bclow the Cornucopia
Restaurant.
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
j A bIibto of the Public l'atronaiie Solicited; al«»,
I Bath Rooms. Baths, BO Cts.
F, D Wade,
Proprietor.
| July 10-tf
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All punies indebted to the undersigned
are rtupiestt'd to come ami settle before
June lut ami mini flirtlu>r (lost
I " ua t ' UT0 luruu r
Notice.
James Moore.
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Nrtice.
otlce I« hereby given that all tterson« are
warned not to pure liane from William HchnRxe
and In tore« t In the Keloher elaim, «ituated at
1 ! bead of Boulder creek, about hi mile wont of
rdoek oabln. a« deoeribed ami located by
««id 8vhultze and Rice; «aUl claim itciug re
oortled at Halley, Altura« Co., Idaho, In book
12 of «inarta, page H5J a« Ï claim one-half In
terest In »aid Belcher mim
ner.
to
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8. W. Brat ley.
Ketohum, Idaho, June 7, lft*4.
Notice.
To THt I^UDLIo; -Ones. \\ . Bradley having
ih I pubiiriicd a uotloe In which he warns the pub
lie against purchasing any intercut in the Rcloh
! «r mine from me, and also claiming to be a
! mining »nd locating partner of mine, 1 hereby
deal re to «täte that I own no luter« «t whatever
j in aforaaaid Beloher mine, and also that »aid 8
W Bradley maver wa» anoh lmrtncr of mini
! The only interest he having in common with
tne being in a tew prospect* in West Bonlder,
which 1 gave him an lntere«t in through char
^ l > Wm. Schim.tz.
I Bouhler, Idaho, June 20, 18K4. 3iui-pd
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PAY ROLLS FOR SALE
of
—at tho—
KEYSTONE OFFICE
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T BEATS THE WORLD!
WE SELL SHITTLER WAGONS
BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST.
WE DO THE BUSINESS
BECAUSE WE WORK 'EM UP.
WE SELL HARDWARE
ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES.
CALL IN AND SEE US AND EXAMINE OUR
In Our Three Stores, viz:
KETCHUM,
BELLEVUE
f
HAILEY.
COFFIN BROS.
i I. LEWIS & !
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PHARMACISTS
Dealers in Flue Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, <to. A Complete Stock on n»s<t
of Kngllsli and French Brushes, Soaps, F.ssences and Pharmaceutical 1'reparations
llecherclic and Suitable to tiie Most Fastidious taste. Importedand Domestlo
Ciynrs, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, paint Brushes. Station
ery, etc., etc.—and in every way Ilepleto with such Articles as are
Usually found in a First-Class Drug
L>re.
Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty.
I. I Lewis & Son,
Two Doorg II. of Finkham & Lewia.
[Myl7-tf
WILLST YOTHSTG,
Prescription Clerk.
THE BAXTER HOTEL
Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor,
Next door to First National Bank,
KETCHUM,
IDAHP.
TIIE NEW BAXTER HOTEL,
Completed and thrown Open to the Public,Combines Every Feature of a
FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE.
TWENTY-FIVE NEW ROOMS,
READING ROOMS,
FINE SYSTEM OF WATER Wtuæ.
ÜOMFOKTABI.E PARLORS,
GOOD BEDS and FURNITURE THROUGHOUT.
Location Central and Convenient to Business Houses, Postofficc, Banks, Ac.
GO TO TIIE BAXTER HOTEL.
PALACE HOTEL,
MAIN STREET, ;
: KETCHUM, IDAHO
L. H. RUSSELL A 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 Relinbls
STEVEN H. COODBAN.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF THK DAY OR NIGHT.
ORDKR WHAT YOU WANT AND PAY ACCORDINGLY.
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STEWARD BROS.,
Have jiiRt add'd to then «lock of «taiionery an«l Kî
I_ )c y Good» a complete «took of
IDIRjTJQ-S -A.HSTID IMHEIDICIIsriES
I to,,,,. T „„. r r
Prr*«-ri^tlaiik Currfully Compounded.
Abo. Do '.- « In
wall paper, chimneys, glasswabk, majolica ware mirrors pipes
CIGARS;IN FACT, EVERYTHIN«
,tc.
TOBACCO»
TO BE FOUND IN A URST-CL
VARIETY STORE, INCLUDING
ASS
the Best Assortment of Stationery and Blank Bookson Wood River,
Remember the place—POST OFFICE STORE.

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