ÏËTCHDM DAILY KEYSTONE.
KtiLored tit the 1'ostofHce at Ketch
uni, J. T. as second class matter.
- '"he Ketclium Postuffice is open from
Post Office Hours.
V a. m. to 8 v. m. every day. No Money j
*rder or Registry business on Sundays,
«r week days after Ip.m,
X. G. Smith and family arc up from He
Bellevue on a visit.
County politics begin to boil.
Nature sprinkled the streets on Sun
I. 1. Lewis ,fc Son, druggists, have just
received a fine lot of fishing tackle. Call
and see it.
L. H. Russell ! s on Lost IUver to be
gone several days.
We shall give an account of our Trail
creek excursion to-morrow.
Fred. Keisel, wholesale liquor dealer
at Ogden, was in town yesterday.
Dress making and plain sewing by
Mrs. S. A. Maison.
A other barber shop opened up yes
terday and now Ketehnm has four.
Leave your orders with Janies Bro's
for humlmrg steak.
Pay-day Tor the Philadelphia Co. to
Fine pickles by the quart at Old Joe
The circus here last Friday is reported
to have cleaned np nearly $500.
There will be a social hop in Fitzsim
mons' Metropolitan Hall on Thursday
one thonsond dollars worth of gents'
clothing just received at Pinkbam A
A number of our young people are in
tending to visit the summit east of town
Battling suits nt the Guyer Hot
No minis came in Sunday and conse
quently a double amount was received
Democratic Territorial Central Com
mittee meets at Boise City next Satur
day, July 19th.
Every family in Ketehum should use
Frank Sidd dl's soap, for sale by Pink
hnrn & Lewis.
Cloys Mariette is hauling ore from the
Ontario mine to Hailey on an average
of fifty tons per week.
The regular stage coach aud several
private hacks run to and from the coun
ty sent nil heavily loaded.
Some remarkably rich specimens of
Sawtooth ore can be seen at the reading
room of the Metropolitan.
Slip in and look at the fine line of
gents' clothing just received at Pinklinm
A. Lewis's. jn25tf
Howard Gray called on us yesterdny.He
is out entertaining the people, presum
ably with an eye on next fall's electiou.
Siddall's soap can be used in cold wa
ter. and guarranteed to be the best in
the market. For sale by Pinklinm &
Too much benzine induced a Chinese
hatiug sovereign to camp in a Chinese
laundry. His room was changed to the
Jos. Boggs was able to be out on the
sidewalk yesterday, hut feeling very sore j
■from tlie shaking up he received from
Howard Grey is just over from Rocky
Bar and reports that camp very dull.
There are at present less than a dozen
miners iu the place.
that the Reid brothers
It is said
have struck four feet of fine ore in the
Poormun mine on Warm Springs creek
and have an excellent showing.
Candidates for County and local offi
ces should announce tlie fact through
the columns of the Ketchum Keystone,
which circulates all over Alturas county.
Anouucements published for $10 pre
Go to me popular Hailey Restaurant
when down the river and get a square j
llou. P. P. Can a van has received a
letter from Hon. John Hailey, who was
called away to his home at Boise City
by a dispatch informing him of the ill
ness of Mrs. Hailey.
She is much bet
ter. The rock Mr. Hailey took with him
went over $99.24, and one assay $9.00
iu gold. - He will be back soon and will
put a full force at work on the Susie S.
Smith N. S. is u part owner with Hailey,
Mr. Canavau has several locutions close
to the Susie S.
Tlie eelsbrated "Orange Blossom and
imported "Paul Morphy" cigars are the
best in the market. Give them ft trial.
For stile by James Judge.
Jy 9 tf
Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb
atone dealer of Idaho, came up jester
dnv and erected a flue monument at the
grave of Jus. l oppock. Mr. Roberts
'will be iu Ketehuui next week taking
orders for tombstone work.
A first-class store to rout.
It. C. West, Enterprise Restaurant. tf
llailey, Bellevue and BulUon cele
brated the intelligence of the Democrat
ic nominations with bonfires,
and speeches on a liberal scale. The
politicians at Ketclium were less demon
strative, giving no sign.
j The Board of County Commissioners I the
commenced business yesterday at Hailey.
As Justice Hudson, of Ketclium, lias for- mlt
warded his resignation, the Board will
\ make an appointment to sujiply the va
i caney within a day or two.
He has been swinging around the circle
J. II. Goodwiu, representing the Salt
: Luke Tribune, called on ns yesterday.
I of Northern and Eastern Idaho, and has
written many vm resting leiurs lrom
j this Territory, and 1 » likely to uda more
in reference to Wood River.
Oeorge P. Hodsou has resigned the
olfice 01 J uni ice of tne Peace for this
Press of business in his pro
fession, that of civil engineei mg, it is
said,'induced the resignation, which for !
mouths he has contemplated. There
are three or four aspirants for the vacant
J. B. Laugley, Ed English and J. C.
Murdock located me Silver Friend lode
mining claim on Eagle creek yesterday, \
and brougnt some very good galena
eruppings in with them,
the discovery of a three-foot ledge on
Eagle creek about ten miles distant
W. B. Kurtz, of the firm of H. Z. |
Burkhart <fc Co., und William Calkins,
of calkins & Norse, Boise, are visiting
Wood River and yesterday took in
Ketehnm. Mr. Calkins is here for his ;
health and may possibly locate among j
us. This is no reflection on the times. !
Mr. M. M. Hazeltine has opened a
Photographic Gallery 011 Second street, j
Ketehnm, where he is now prepared toi
take photographs of all kinds, and in
the latest and most finished styles.
Pictures finished on the following day
after the negative is taken, and on the
ground. Perfect satisfaction gin ran- i
Mr. M. Gilmore, an old quartz miner
and prospector, ranging through these
mountains for over twenty years, ar- 1
rived here on Sunday's stage from Lost ,
Lost Hiver Mines.
River, where he has been at work devel
oping the Grand Prize mine, near Hous
ton. The Prize is located seven miles up
the canyon above Houston. He informs
us that the other towns, Alder and Car- j
bonatc, are nearly deserted. At Alder
there are only two men. At Houston,
on the 4th of July, there were about 150
men present, many of them from the .
surrounding hills. Mr. Gilmore esti
mates the population of Houston at
about 100. The other two townsite are
about 21 miles from Houston.
The Grand Prize is looking very fa
vorable. There are about G00 tons of ore !
extracted and in sight. The owners are ;
Matt. Cullen, of Salt Lake, James Black,
and Ed. Egan, proprietor of the White j
House, at Salt Lake, and a man of con- !
the siderable means,
sore j states that the Copper mine is also
Mr. Gilmore also
looking very favorably.
Atlanta is picking up iu life very rap
idly. There are upwards of 300 miners
employed iu the mines thereabouts and !
mining and milling enterprise generally
are very successful. The town of Atlan
ta is about half the size of Ketehum, aud
has a population of about 500 or G00. !
There is some talk among the citizens of
urn by pack animals, instead of going ,
over the divide to Rocky Bur and around ;
Atlanta iu regard to the practicability
of carrying freights to and from Ketch
j to the lower country for supplies, etc.
The railroad to this point will material- !
; ly influence this project.
Capt. Somers has run' about 300 feet
him : oftunneliQgand (lrifting on tbe Juliet !
during the past winter and spring and
now has ft good pay streak of galena
j and chloride. The ledge is much larger
close an( j better than on the surfuee, carrying
an ore vein from 14 to 20 inches wide.
and nnt | jj es j,i very fine working ground,
the ïüe work put on the pro perty has uot
tf I cost over $3 per foot for all tunneling.
The Captain is confident that he can go
the a small scale of operation,
^..g 70 0 zs. iu silver and 50 per cent. '
; to work now and make good money on
The ore as
The Ketchum & (hullis Road.
The writer had the pleasure Sunday
of riding over the new Ketchum & Clial
lis toll road to a point on Lotit River
eight miles north of the Trail creek
summit, and announces with pleasure
' that the new company's work has placed J
I the road in fair condition for all light
toam8 ' The grading beyond the sum
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mlt 18 of ver > - descent and eonsti- j
tu tes a first-class road to a point on
Lost River eight or ten miles distant,
whence to the Thousand Springs there
no obstacles to easy passage
and but a few trivial places that need
repairing. We-t of the. summit the
grade ie; ding to Trail creek has been
considerably improved and is not too
steep for the easy travel of light teams.
It will, however, require son. addition
al improvements liefere heavy teams can
pull over to an advantage, and tiiiwill
be accomplished shortly.
Prof. I'-ai'ey, the eminent geologist,
1 of Wyoming, says of the tin in Dakota:
! "Thestream tin eban isso abundant
that all the companies that can possi
bly work it could go 011 for twenty years
' without exhausting it. Yet this is but
I the waste yon might say, of the main
deposit -the mere scraps that water and
frost have detached, a little bit at a time.
; from the great mass and source of the
| ore, which is Harney Peak itself, more
than a mile high, and the surrounding
tin bearing rock which
j July 13: Lewis \\ düs. N. Y. ; Geo. r
toi Hodson, city; J. A. Dner, N. Y.; J. M
in. Salt Lake; H. McMannus
Sawtooth. E. C. Lewis, Iowa; A. G
the Lawranee, Noonday; E. W. Jones, city
i Jno N Ht)ffuer , Pit . ; N B entlv. Pueblo
; Cal.: W. J. Ford, Temple, Texas; Wm.
j O'Comier, Muldoon; Thus. Feeguson,
creek.; John >. • ti. 1 ost Kiv< r
Jvly TL Geo. Metzler, city; F. J.
ar- 1 Keiael, Ogdeu; H. L. Dickinson, Hai
, * e T -
lead croppings from np Lake creek, ten
j miles from Ketehum yesterday, and re
ports his discovery of a fine ledge. The
ore is heavy galena aud assays about 70
150 ozs. in silver and 50 per cent. lead. He
the . claims to have two feet of it and four
feet of ledge matter consisting largely 1
at of iron oxides low in silver. It is in a
are good formation and doubtless will de
velop into a fine prospect.
Strike on Luke Creek.
Mr. Peters brought in some excellent
I. 0. O. F.
All Odd Fellows are requested to meet
in the rendiDg room of Fitzsimmons'
j Metropolitan Hall this evening at 8
o'clock sharp, for the purpose of com- |
; pleting arrangments lor the organiza
tiou of an association. Enter through
the side door.
THE BON TON RESTAURANT,
Aud Not the Palace.—('has. James Pro
p riet or.
I The Bon Ton's best features have been
I resurrected and new and attractive and
aud accommodating features added,
G00. ! shall be named the Bon Ton.
of James has leased the Bon Ton Restau
rant stand, and with neat tables, neat
cooks, neat waiters and the best tlie
1 market affords, will spare no pains to
, make it the popular restaurant of Ketch
; um. Game aud fruits in sea;on will al
ways snpply the boards and everything
desired in a first-class restaurant shall
! be at the public's command. Give us a
: call aud judge for yourself,
Cleaning k Repairing.
Juliet ! b lS' ' hwkr ' 0,1 Flfth street '
west of Main, is prepared to do all
kinds of repairing, cleaning aud press
ing of suits und guarantees satisfaction
Tlie C roy street Millinery of Hailey. j
will commence closing out itsstock. con- ,
sisting of all classes of millinery aud no- j
tions, at cost on July 5th; also carpets,
fixtures, provisions, stoves, furniture,
Fine assortment of Eastern aaah. doors, !
go mouldings, weights and pullers , 1
■ Jack walnut counter tops wainwotting.
j flooring, etc., just received at- Pinkbam I
as- A Lewis's.
Go to Dick's when at Hailey for a
; square lueu'.
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To the Saloon Men on Wood Elver
I Keep Constantly on Hand the Celebrated
iSalt Lake City Keg Beer
In Quarter Barrels, at 75 Cents per
Gallon in Hailey; also, Milwau
kee Bottle Beer, and a
In the Wholesale
Champagnes and Cigars a Specialty.
Jas. M. Blossom.
W. A. Criswell.
BLOSSOM & Co.
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat, etc..
And all Kinds of
GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED
At the Lowest Cash Rates.
The best Brands ever soft}
We have Constantlv o Hand
Flour furnished in Car Tots.
On Wood River.
'ill ils Flour.
Every Saik Warranted.
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_j g REIPF_
WATCHMAKER AhU JEWELER,
NEW " r>nn l FW cnnnsi
Dry Goods, Clothing
THE LARGEST STOCK ON WO D
GILLETTE & EVANS
-O' .]« i t—
. H'tnl tctrr. .Miners TotJs ToiJe and Park'd
ne. . . / minimi Hon. f-'isiting 1'mkle
11 mi Sfinrf in o (if, iis.
s'. Tin wo
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JSH ANÖ SHEET IRON WGRK TO ORDER.
Doors. Sash and Blinds.
.til receive |»ronv,\t attemw:'. We *im Si» cive sati-fsexieD
e' "M. I
f !• i'Onlc-s by 5i»i!
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