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ÏETCHUM DAILY KEYSTONE.
Entered at, the Postoffice at Ketch mn. J. T. ;wsecond class matter. Post Office Hours. No Money ,.ho Ketehum Postoffice is open from 7 a., if. to 8 l>. M. every day. Writer or Registry business on Sundays. ■mr week days after 4 P. M. TOWN TIDINGS. XVte Wise is back from Mnldoon. About 39.000 pounds of additional ma v liner;/ wefil up for the Ontario yester day. Miss Jennie Box, of the Co 'gieun Mduul school at Ox ord, is a guest of Mr. *nd Mrs. Geo. M. Snow. The eelsbrated "Orange Blossom" and imports-.i "Puni Morphy" cigars are the 4*est in the market. Give them n trial. Po r sale by James Judge. L live your orders with Jtimes Bros for humburg steak. Tin- old adage of always darkest be fore daw n seems to lie of great consult tlon to all parts of the country, Ketehum pot excepted. Go to me popular Hailey Restaurant when down the river und get a srpntre meal. Jnlltf Koenenger Bros, nre putting in a tur bine wheel at their brewery, o« Trail : creek, to run a barley cracker and pump j water into the vats. Jv9tf niltltf I - I i Bathing suits Springs. at the Guyer Hot j j13-tf I The County Commissioners want 60 «or I is of dry wood, four feet in length. Put use at the Court House. They will receive proposals until M nday. July 21st. Go to Dick's when at Hailey for a square meal. The People vs. George. Ryles. Con victed of assault with intent murder. the sum of $2,000 pending his appeal | to the Supreme Court. Dress making Mrs. K. A. Matson. Seventh streets. Tile trout in Wood River must be big •ger fools than Thonipsoi s historic colt. They snap at au artificial fly, and refuse the dainty morsel of fly or grasshopper. The photograph artist was seen yes terday oil the top of the highest pe„k | east of Ketehum, taking views > r a view j of the town. Several blindings iu town | ■were also photographed. Slip in ami look at the line line of I gems' clothing just received at Pnuuinm | ju25tf Jnl7tf ! o commit Defendant admitted to bail in i and plain sewing by Lendville and Jul.JOdpd j ! j j I j t, Lewis's. The McAllister Company continue to \ receive the congratulations <f the liai- j ley press. They are complimented uy j full houses every night. Next bunday | they will appear for the criticism of the Ketehum public. S Every tumily in Ketehum should use ; Frank Guide U s soap, for sale by Pink ham A Lewis. The Nevada Stock Association has re jl!5tf near Glenns terry. ■ Houston A Gray ure the attorneys for the i Associi.tiou iu Idaho, and one is to be appointed in this county. turned one Joe O'Neil to Hailey lor trial g stock for. stei une tkousoml dollars worth of gents' «lot bin g just received at x'uikinun A Lew is s. ju25lf The Times says: "The Idahoan mine gives employment to 40 men—30 at the j mine and 10 at the mill, and work goes on continuously, night and day, at both Heavier machinery will doubtless be got for the mine, this sea son, toeuable the owners to sink deeper." mint: and mill. Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb >f Idaho, came up y est er atone dealer «biy and erected a fine monument at the Coppoek. Mr. Roberts A Colorado exchange has something to say about tho quantity of whisky druiik in Idaho and Montana, but Ketch uni ought not lo be a very large eoutrib grave oi Jus. will tie iu Ketehum next week taking •rders lor tombstone work. Jul7-tf «tor to the consumption of that thud. j Mr. Huntington handles twenty-two : hundred and sixty gallons of water per j day, th t added to the quantity from 1 private sources and the sprinkling of j the streets light to establish our char- ! I. I. Lewis A Son, druggists, have just receiveda line lot of fishing tackle. Cull ; juid see it. Maylltf | Fine pickles bv tho quart at Old Joel mylttf Siddall's soap can be used in cold \va ter and guammteed to be the best in ' , . , , n- , , , the market. lor sale by 1 mkhnm A jll5tf ; »cter i s a cold water town. Hoggs. Lewis. Proceeding of the Republican Toerlto rlal Committee. The Republican Territorial Central Committee met at the office of the Hon. Territorial Secretary in Boise City on the 15th. The Committee was called to ordpr by Chairman, John A. Post, at 12 m. when the following proceedings were had, to wit: On motion a committee on creden tials was appointed by the cliuir, who reported the following named members present in person or by proxy: A. Post, Chairman, member at large; Sol. Ha.sbrouck. Secretary, member from Ada c' nnty; John S Gray, member at large; Jonas W. Brown, memberat large; Wm. E. Wheeler, member at large, by M. Krebs, proxy; Texas Angel, member from Altn as county, by M. Krebs, proxy; Walter Hoge. member of Rpnr L' ke county, by M. Krebs, proxy; A. Dndenhausen. member of Oneida coun John : j t.v, by M. Krebs, proxy; David Allison, member of Washing on county, by M Krebs, proxy; J. E. Harroun. member < f Cassia county, by D. P proxy; Z. Lewis, member of Kootanai B. Pride. eountv. by J. L. Onderdonk. proxy; C. A. Wood, member of Lenilii county, In Jno. S. Gray, proxy; F. M. Manning, member of Nez Perce county, by E 1, Curtis, proxy; Boise. Owyhee Custer, Idaho, md Shoshone counties were I not represented In the matter of m nihig the place i where the next Territorial Convent Pi-, .should I j I 1 the un ni Ouei.l hph ing A1 urns an rs repr. en ami at large, were count h Wm. E. Wheel r m iu favor of Hailey I'.e member from Kootanai voted for 1 < m n other member* All ti, a | | j | I | ' I,ted) were in ! favor of Boise < ii ' >f Hie Com,' i which beinjj a un. j**i'ity to do* Coin Thursday. Sep teei it it, w it Dll. i o'clock P. SI * lle represent! ' eountv in seid j A(1n 3 . A|trm(S e, ! Cassia. 2; blister. 2 2; Leinlli. 2; • >w y Perce. 4; Shosliom- ; < ui motion did - j resolution we j Resolved. T committee that w neu resented in Tomtnri > I 1111 i:f It i • f j proxy. pr"xu'i >f the counties t-i-ey pr» "t: i:H.' commirtee respunfu ly y \ request the several t< eniy rue.-tiy e- rvenUrns j to so instruct ti e j elect. deleg . es rimy may | Adjourned, J< TIN a. POST. Chairman, S Sol. Hasbhouck. Secretnrv ; Ketehum Business House'. id magnates make their first trip with the iron horse they ■ will find a town or no mean proportions, i all( i n goodly number of energetic busi When the rail: ness lionnes, in which many branches of industry are well represented, of which we count as follows: Banks—First National Bank, T. E. Clokecy & Co., and J. T. Morgan A Co.; wholesale groceries and provisions. hardware, two; wagon makers, three; shoemakers, two; millinery, ose; hotels, two; restaurants, five; saloons, eleven; vegetable und fruits, three; as say office, one; furniture, one; drug stores, two; breweries, two; dealers iu wagons and carriages, two; livery and feed stables, three; lodging houses, two; A j three; physicians, three; dentists, two; photo graph gallery, cue; jewelers, two; cloth ing, one; clothing nnd ladies' goods, two, and luundries. white and Chinese, „ dozen oi more; three saw mills and two planing mills; one brick yard; two butcher shops and two halls for public j meetings, one of them iu size and ele : gance equal to any in the territory, and j tw o elnir -lies and a school house. They 1 will lind some six hnudred shade trees j „round the dwellings in a thrifty condi ! tiou. They will find good roads leading . mining region tributary to the new rail ; r(ia< j terminus, | - Cleaning A Repairing. ; _ j Mrs. AVlmeler, on Fifth street, one' bt»<-k west of Mi.in, is prepared to do all kinds of repairing. cUamng and press ing of suits and guarantees satisfaction ; to all. iuiy-llll to the east, west nnd north, and a vast What a Cubic Foot of Ore Weighs. In the suit involving the famous Richmond mine at Eurekn, Nev. now on trial there, the following evidence was given relative to the weight of a cubic foot of ore, reported by the Leader: '■The hall was started to roll this morn- I ing by the defence calling on the stand ! L. W. Davis, foreman of the Richmond ] works. In his evidence last week E. N. ' Robinson testified that a cubic foot of j ore weighed 198 pounds. ,,nd the evi deuce of Mr. Davis was to pr ve that the "Knnmr won slightly mi*tnk<*rj iu the matter. On the stand were placed two boxes of ore, and the foil-wing is Mr. Davis'testimony in regard to them. Yesterday morning Mr. Davis sccom ponied by Messrs. Longlev Humphreys and McMillan visited the 300 level of the Richmond mine, taking with them an iron box measuring one foot each way. Tids box was driven into a solid breast of carbonate ore its entire length,' and a cubic foot of the mineral was tak en out. The ore was then brought in a careful manner to the Richmond, work 'd and weighed, when it was found that •he weight was 135 pounds instead of 198. as stated by Mr. Robinson. This mode of arriving at the real weight of a cubic foot of ore is a novel and fair one, and when the matter was fully investi gated and the sworn evidence of several witnesses in regard to the mattsr pre irnted. ex-Senntor Stewart was heard 'o say: "Well, that, beats all. Those fellows re too smart for ns." The second box contained a large dock of solid ore. which was also tilgen •>om the Richmond mine. This was measured by Snpt. R. Rickard and found to be considerably more than a cu bic foot, while its weight was considera bly less than the cubic foot of very fine I ore." in .Sunday Services. Bishop Tutle, his wife and son, Rev. T Osborn of Hailey sud Rev. P. 'led. Bleeker of Logan, Utah, have ar rived i t Ketchmn. and will hold divine service at the Union Church next Sun d I v. morning and evening. Mr. Bleek er will assist at the morning service here and in the evening will lid Mr. Osborn's appointment at IL.iley. The report that there had been a s rike iu the Poor Man mine was un founded and false. We learn from one of the owners that the mine has been ■ did r bond and idle for several mouths. THE BON TON RESTAURANT, And Not the Pa ace.—Chas. James Pro prietor. The Bon Ton's best features have been resurrected and new and att?active and iceonimodttting features add -d. It shall be named the Bou Ton. Chas. James has leased the Bon Ton Restau rant stand, and with neat tables, neat eo ks, neat waiters and the best the market affords, will spare no pains to make it the popular restaurant of Keteh nm. Game and fruits in season will al of E. as iu ways supply the boards and everything desired in a first-class restaurant shall be at the public's commaud. call and judge for yourself. Give us Chas. James. tf Hotel Arrivals. PAL ,ca. July 18th.—Presley Denney, Salt Lake; A. Jessen, Salt Lake; Joseph Somers. Idaho. BAXTER'S. July 17: B. T. Oliver, Hailey; W. A. Criswold and two children. July 18: Jos. Noon, city; A. O. Law son, city; Frank Montgomery, city; S. i A. Clemons. Alder; Metcalf, J, H. Mer ; man, Hailey; C. H. Nelson, do. j . Mr. M. M. Hazeltiue has opened a Pllotographic Gallery on Second street, ; Ketehum. where he is now prepared to ! take photographs of ail kinds, and in \ latest and most finished styles, ! ftft Vr tlirnegntive ' is"taken! and on the ! ground. teed. Perfect Satisfaction guarau Jyll !w. ! The Oroy street Millinery of Hailev. i w jjj eoinmeni'e closing out lt'stock. con I sistiug of all classes of millinery and no fions, at cost on July 5th; also carpets. ; fixtures, provisions, stoves, furniture, j etc - j!4-3* Fine assortment of Eastern snsb, doors, mouldimis. weights and pulleys, black w alunt counter tops. wain*ootti»n-, Ho iring. etc., just received at Pinkham « To the Saloon Men on Wood Hiver I Keep Constantly on Hand the Celebrated I ! ] ' «*• . , — - j Qhclî"tGÎ" P fllf Tels ) at 75 Cents per G-allon in Hailey; also, Milwau ^ ^ * kee Bottle Beer, and a r't __ 1 _ a _ . . Complete ASSO! tOient In the Wholesale J—llQ llOi Jjliie. a of a Salt Lake City Keg Beef pes il! a iii L ■ Respectfully Yours, E. BARTSCH. Jab. M. Blossom, W. A. CKlflWTfcfc 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 Cash Rates. Flour furnished in Car Lots. The best Brands ever sold On Wood River. We have Constantly o Hand The Patent Roilei, Deseret and Central Milts Flour. Every Sack Warranted. Consignments Sc licited. P. ar KETCHUM, IDAHO. o PI r pi a? a > a ^ « H I *n PI—I a un one » DI i o O m Si Cl jfÄ ; f w r H X > and It neat the to al 2 _j g REIFF _ WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Ketehum, : Idaho. NEW ROODS! NEW GOODS! a 4V 0 *r,°° <=> & S .H A. V V S. o Dry Goods, Clothing \ a to in the THE LARGEST STOCK ON WOD RIVER. GILLETTE k EVANS J ; j | ! — i*crs "-r. .M tiers Tunis, Tnhlr antl Pnektt Cutirr< s. .hu m h m finit . Fishing Tackle Untl .Si met in g (hm<ls. Stoves, Timm lhtnhc< (Ians. : . TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK TO ORDER. Doors, Sash and Blinds. IRON AND STEEL. -o—► by Mail will receiv e prompt attention. e aim to i;ive faction : ; yetchnm, Idaho, Gillette & Evans, : :