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KETCHDM DAILY KEYSTONE.
iltfntered at tlio Powtoffiee at Ketch «ni, 1. 1 • us second class matter. Fust Office Him rs. "be Ketchnm Postoffice is open from 7 a. m. to 8 v. m. every day. rtrder or Registry business on Sundays, **r week days after 4 v. m. No Money TOWN TIDINGS. Some people say "keuo" while others «ay something else. Leave your orders with James Bro's for ham burg steak. Several teams and wagons were here ded here—on I mlOtf yesterday—some to be I, their way to Buyhorsu via tiie Ketchnm j and Challis road. Justice Wheeler will receive the Reg istry blanks to-day and will be ready to make a proper enumeration of the great American votirsof Ketchnm. j j ; j ; j ; une thonsond dollars worth of gents' clothing just received at Pinkham <fc Lewis's. The appointment of Mr. E. O. Wheel er Justice of the Peace for Ketchnm is I favorably received by the community at large. Ho will at once be prepared to | cofaimeuce the registration of voters. jn25tf Dress making and plain sewing by A. Maison. Mrs. S. Seventh streets. Leadville and Ju4-30dpd Phosa McAllister j Huiley people are enjoying the benefit j of the theatre nightly, end her company appear tobe doing the : agreeable tuing satisfactorially to the newspapers, at least. The suit to determine whether Koote nai or Shoshone county is entitled to the Cœur d'Alene country, and all the taxes therein, was tried before Judge Buck, and decided in favor of Shoshone. Letters addressed generally to that min ing district should bear tiiis direction. Bathing suits at the Guyer Hot j13-tf I i Springs. I. 1. Lewis <fc Ron, druggists, have just ] received» tine lot of fishing tackle. Call j and see it. May3tf Miners in this neighborhood do not apprehend much danger from the fol lowing item from the Hailey Times: "As it is openly stated that it is the in tention of Ketch urn parties to employ mnny of the Mormon graders to remain in tiie country at $2 per day, no time ; should be lost in organizing to "head off" j this design." Slip in and look at the fine line of gents' clothing just received at Pinkham ju25tf Every family in Ketch um should use I Frauk Siddall's soap, for sale by Pink jllotf Fine pickles by the quart at Old Joe Boggs. <fc Lewis's. ham A Lewis. niylltf Siddall's soap can be used in cold wa ter, and guaranteed to be the best in the market. For sale by Pinkham & Lewis. jllotf Go to the popular Hailey Restaurant when down the river and get a square meal. Julltf ; The celsbruted "Orange Blossom" and Importen "Paul Morphy" cigars are the best in the market. Give them a trial. For sale by James Judge. j : JyDtf Mr. A. B. Ro erts. the Pioneer tomb stone Sealer of Idaho, came up yester day and erected a flue monument at the grave ol Jas. Coppock. will be in Ketchnm next week taking «rders for tombstone work. Mr. Roberts J n 17—tf Mr. M. M. Hazeltine has opened a Photographic Gallery on Second street, Ketchnm. where he is now prepared to take photographs of all kinds, and iu the latest and most tiuisked styles. Pictures finished on the following day after the negative is taken, and on the ground, teed.. tiafuctiou guarati Jylllw. Perfect Fine assortment of Eastern sash, doors. mouldings, weights ami pulleys, , black wi,I mit counter tops, wainscotting, flooring, etc., just received at Pinkham A Lew is's. tf Bring up the Mail. The delay in the transmission of the mails from Hailey to Ketchum gives rise to a proposition discussed here among many of the businessmen. It is to raise a fund sufficient to pay a man to bring the mail here. It now arrives at liai ley about 6 o'clock r. m. and remains there until the next day, reaching the It can be The Ketchum office about noon. brought up in an hour and a half, matter seems to be favorably considered j here. One individual stated yesterday j that he would give $25 per month to- j ... , ward the expense, w ho is the next one. , „ , ——— - f ,, r ! Go to Dicks when at Hailey fir . «quure meal. Jnlitf j begistbt agent OF ELECTION. AND JUDGES The County Commissioners have pointed the Registering oflloers und judges at the next election. Among the precincts named in the lengthy list select the following more immediately affecting the electors of this portion of Alturas county : Ketchnm, No. ap we 23.—Register, E. O. M, heeler; Judges, Jacob Lockman, Jos Pinkham. Jacob Ottenheimer. Polis at Baxter's Hotel. Boulder, No. 24.—Register, Frank Bradley; Judges. 8. W. Bradley. H J. Murdock, William Schnitz. G, dena. No. 25.—Register. A. J. Grif Polls at Bradley's. 1in; * Iud K<' 8 - A - B - More, P. Hyde, Henry Mount. Polls at Pogtofflce. Vienna, No. 26. -Register. F. W, Sco vill ; Judges, Wm. Kruse, II. B. Wil liams. J. R. Childs. Polls at Lefevre's. Sawtooth, No. 27.—Register, G. W. j McAllister; Judges: Thos. B. Shaw, j Gardner Adams, 31. Hannan. Polls at ; Postofflee. j Warms Springs Creek. No. 28.—Reg ; ister. James Judge; Judges: J. H. Moyle, j T. W. Bnzzo, J. C. Mitchell. Polls at Judge's store. Deer Creek, No. 29.—Register. M. J. ; Brao'en ;Jndges: C.E. Bolton, Joseph A. Meadows, William O'Neil. Polls at Bol I | ton's. Atlanta Precinct, No. 1.—Registering j offlc ? r - Wra - H - Bntler; Jnd 8 es ° r elec ' tion.Gad Avlwin.Nels' ii Davis. L. Lead j : ley. Polls at C. V. Smith's. Rocky Bar, No. 2. -Register. So). New comer; Judges: Isaac Mann, Jus. A. Pot ter, George Golden, son's office. Smoky, No. Polls at Ander 5.—Regltster. S. B. Mar tin: Judges: James P. McCaiter. E. K. Davis, Newton Revis, burg. Mnidoon, Polls at Martins 19.—Register. Paul I Thomas; Judges: T. II. Graves, John i Fordhnni. Sanford Hall. Polls at Thom Nn. ] j as' Hotel, Bellevue, No. 20.—Register. T. T. Red Mill; Judges: Matt MeFull. Levi Young, R. P. Dayton. Polls at Whitton's, Main street. Rroadford. Vp. 21.—Register, H. Arm strong; Judges: Jacob Clark, D. Har rington, George B. Pinkham. ; Clark's. Polls it j LTrue, I lstr > r agents where there are nnv quali fled. Registration commences July 10th and continues until October 21th. Hailey. No. 22.—Register, IV. T. Riley; Judges: J. A. Rupert, E. A. White. E. B. Foils i t French <t Stinson's. The Justices of the Pence net as Reg Hold Arrivals. p \T, ICE. July 15.— F. M. Willmark. W. Mensch. E. L. Tripp, city; Win. O'Conner. Mnl doom A. Brookhield. Win. Maas. Hailey; E. Hitkeock, Shoshone; R. H. Thos ; Hodges. 16th—W. Rhanton and wife, O. S. L.; J. T Gilmer, A. A. Campbell. Salt Lake, j J. T. Martin, Lost River; Rev. P. McD. Bleecker. Logan. Utah; Geo. M. Scott, : M. L. Marx, llaile.v. BAXTER'S. July 15.—SI. Carson. John Newland. W. P. Butterfield. Hailey. July 16.—Ross Ereliroth. city; Allie Ford, Bellevue; Fred. W. Montgomery, city. Personal. John Deeriug, formerly Farmer at the Duck Valiev Indian Reservation, was in town yesterday. He made a prompt of ficiai, aud is an active business man , wherever he lays a foundation, Geo. Baldwin, from Los: River, called here yesterday. He is an old resident of the Territory, and knows a mine when he sees it. He reports Houston tiie prin cipal town on Lost River, the others be ing nearly deserted, it Houston there is quite a sale of town lots at prices ranging from $20 to $300. There was a report that two smelters would soon ar rive. Mr. John Penglase, of the firm of Ru be! & Penglase, dealers in wines, li quorsand cigars, in Ogden, is in town soliciting orders. j j ( leaning A Repairing. j Mrs. \\ heeler, on Fifth street, one , pio^ west of Main, is prepared to do all ! kinds of repairing, cleaning and press . ing ul - suit s and guarantees satisfaction j to all. juUi-lm N'ellfp Clifford and George Keyes. The women referod to yesterday by the Keystone, charged with poisoning George Keyes of Hailey, goes by the name of Nellie Clifford. She is said to be from Eureka and Salt Lake, where she kept millinery and drossmaking shops. She was in Ketchnm a short time last Spring. Two letters were found on the person of Keyes, one from Eagle Itock, Oregon, addressed to "Dear Uncle," and the other from Allie White, dated Ketchnm, Jnne '-6th, purporting to be a neiee of Keyes. An autopsy has been made of the body, and the stomach forwarded to the East for further examination. It is saio to indicate the presence of strych nin or arsenic, but will reqnire further examination to determine thefact. The interuni organs were greatly congested. The News-Miner has the following: "The door of the house was broken in, Dr. Brown tiie Coroner, and Dr Miller summoned, who did everything possible to save the the unfortunate man's life, lint all in vidn. Tbe deceased, just be fore his death, told Ihe by-slanders that he had been given poison in a drink of raspberry given him by Nellie Clifford; that he was going to die, and that he wanted them to take his mother's ad dress in order that they might send the money ($270) which he turned over to them for lier. She lives in Texas. While these proceedings were taking place in the house Nellie Clifford seemed greatly excited and exercised, and said that George hurt struck her, that she was hurt in d wanted somebody to go She was seen to go to two outhouses, in the rear of the house. for the doctor. and remain in each several miunets. Her movements w*.-re singulurand some what mysteri« ms." Territorial .News. Chief Justice John T. Morgan arrived last evening to take the place of Judge ! Broderick, w ho expects to leave for the East this morning for hi- family. Thirty men are now at work on the •oncentmt I Idaho mine, and ten in tue ing mill. Paulding, the auctioneer, has been selling horses lately, having up to the • present tin e disposed fl f five. One sold ; tor ?47 50; :inother > another, $27 the fonrtb, >77: and the fifth. $60. He W *B ("on tin lie to dispose f them, and anybody in want of a beast can get one reasonably. ' n jH!l *>lver not beina a leg d tender in England. it : Phomas Baring, of the great hanking lieuse of Baring Brother-, of London was impossihh t ■ borrow any sum of money in London on £ 611.000 of silver; and that in 1864 not one rupee of silver eon id lie got in Cel ciitfn on $20 ooo of gold. gold, not beim legal money there at. that time. I lit* following appears among the pro ceedings of the District Court Tuesday: People vs. George B.vles. with intent to kill. j Assault Sentenced to two ! years in the penitentiary at hard labor. People vs AI Sferritt. Obt ining Fined money under false pretenses. i $1W* and costs, and to pay J. B, Oldham $5(10. Stay of proceedings granted foi thirty days to allow counsel to make statement on appeal. THE BON TON RESTAURANT, And Not the Palace.— Chas. James Pro prietor. The Bon Ton's liest features have been resurrected and new and attractive and accommodating features added. It shall lie named the Bon Ton. Janies has leased the Bou Ton Restau rant stand, and with neat tobies, neat eo ks, neat waiters and the best the Chas. mnrket affords, w ill spare no pains t«. make it the popular restaurant of Ketch mu. Game and fruits in season w ill id ways supply the boards and everything desired in a tlrst-elass restaurant shall be at the public's command call and judge for yourself. Give ns a CHas. James. Tent for Suit*. A tent, 40x20, 5J feet walls. No. 10 duck, including frame and one set double glass doors, w ill lit* sold cheap . for casU . En<]niro of E . B. Robinson, __ ^ jU6-0t The Oroy street Millinery of Haller, will commemT closing ont its stock con sistiug of nil classes of milliuery sud no fions', at cost on July 5th; also carnets fixtures, provisions', stoves, furniture! etc. jlf-ffi flour A Feed Store, upper Main street. I To the Saloon Men on Wood River. I Keep Constantly on Hand the Celebrated Salt 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. CKISWKfcL. Jas. M. Blossom, W. A. CKISWKfcL. BLOSSOM & Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FLOUR ? Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat , ETC.. And all Kinds of GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED At the Lowest Cast! Rates. Flour furnished in Car Lots. On Wood River. The best Brands ever sold We have Constantly 01 Hand The Patent Rollet, Deseret and Central Mills Flour. Every Sack Warranted. Consignments Solicited. KETCHUM, IDAHO. o PI r m CD o X <4 > H ! 2P1H o DI to O m si m o > ijlplpfv' m > W p mil H X > £ _j g REIFF _ WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Ketchum, : Idaho. NPW nnnr j qwm! V' Y QrcP° 0 6» o V* Y 0 0 Dry Goods, Clothing Y THE LARGEST STOCK ON WOD RIVER. t GILLETTE & EVANS ) in 1 I ! I ! Tunis. Tni>l! und Pocket Cutlery. , inn. Fish iny Tackle ip filH/ds. Stoi'CS, Timm re. flu cd ir-tce. .Minns .• Ill III II II i,id .Si/ni t / Co ,i ■. IRON AND STEEL TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK TO ORDER. o — Doors, Sasli and Blinds. -O j AirOntera by Mail will receive prompt attention Gillette St Evans, : : : We aim to ehre satisfaction. ; Ketchum, Idahj.