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KETCH! DAILY KEYSTONE.
Entered at t| lu J r ( istoffiee at. Kett-1 11,11 I ■ 1. as second class nuit ter. l'ost Office Hours. - he hetc 1mm Postoftieo is open from " a. m. to 8 I*, m. every day. ftrder or Registry business ou Sundays, «r week days after 4 i\ No Money M. TOWN TIDINGS. Dr. Miller's claim, for care of the tv sick up to date, ($532) was ordered eoun paid. J. H. Hawley's claim for $z50 iu de fense of Pierson was cut to $132.50 and t hat amount allowed. The Independent and Diamond mines at Elkhom have been bonded for sixty ••lays to S. 11. Woodworth: priviledge of purchasing for $12,000. Main street is daily crowded with teams, and yesterday there than the usual number. was more leaded with salt for the Vienna mill were Wm. Gailhouse appeared before Jus Several wagons iimong them. t ice Wheeler this morning on a charge • >f stage robbery, ami was held to apoear before the next Grand Jury—bond fixed at $1,000. It was generally thought yesterday i evening that the other person supposed to be implicated in the stage robbery Wednesday has managed to escape from the country. It is said that Gov. Bunn will mako a visit to Ketchura shortly, him to explore this portion of his do minions. and And out what a mineral country is made of. It is time for The Broadford Miners' Union has isr sued an address to the public explann Tory of the lute difficulties among the miners at the Minuie Moore mine and the employers. The strike continues. Legal and medical business about Ketehum just now is dull. Neither doc tors nor lawyers are growing rich very rapidly. The general health of the community is good and society disposed to peace. Fine, pleasant days nowon Wood Riv er, but the nights are cold, especially to ward morning, town look flourishing, and apparently have suffered nothing from the slight frost one night this week. Among the proceedings of the Board yesterday we find the following: A war rant was ordered drawn in favor H. Furey for $385, to pay for the comi ty's proportion of the cost of building the new branch jail at Ketehum. The News-Minor says: "Sheriff Fu rey left yesterday morning on the train for Boise, carrying with him three pris oners for the penitentiary. They were ua follows: James Fletcher and James Latissure, grand larceny, one year each, and Ah Sin, a Chinaman of Vienna, grand larceny, for two years. Mr. Althouse is here with some very rich specimens of silver, copper and iron ore from a late discovery on the Lost side of the divide, at the head of the North Fork of Wood River. The mine is called the Copper Botton. The ore shows copper that can be cut almost anyw'here with a knife. The rock was being assayed yesterday. Parties who were down on the river yesterday evening near the saw mill re port a lively exchange of shots between some unknown persons oil opposite sides of the river. From twenty to thir ty shots were fired—the bullets whist ling among the trees and striking the banks in a way that induced a sudden retreat on the part of several loiterers. Who the parties were, or what the shoot ing was about is something of a mystery. The gardens about Taylor Althouse, from Atlanta, is here on mining affaira, in which he is inter estetl all along the lino of Wood River. He informs us that the Tehoma mill, at Atlanta, is completed, and the water turned in. The mine is in good shape to extract ore to run the mill steadily with a small force of men. There are five mills at Atlanta, including the Monarch, which will lie iu running or der in October. II is a 15-stamp mill, owned exclusively by the Company. The Monarch mine is work Monarch 20<) ing thirty men; and other mines alto gether, and mills lire working over There arc very few idle inch in iiieu. the camj). Territorial New«. Idaho World. ! fir.o. Hardin says all the Centerville i folks who ha nothing to hold them can lie found in the huckleberry patches near town. As the young kid would express it, there arc just slathers of hackles" ; 1 over in that section. ! Hon. Matt Davis and Lnm Davis ! rived here yesterday ar from Pioneer. | 1 hey are on their way to Wood River, ! and will probably go from there to j I Couird'Alene. Matt called on the World, j Matt ' s arm »ot broken, by the limb | of a falling tree, as the World said a : ! 1110 holie wa * so «nd. j of j short time ago. At first it was thought ; i to l>e broken. Mr. Davis called on ; Dr. Roth well, who informed him that ; lie He v ne Chron icle . The strike at the miners imployed on ! j the Minnie Moore mine has been the ! | principal topic of conversation since; j Sunday morning last, at which time a ! ; tiffed the day shift not to go to work. j Up to this writing (5 o'clock v. m.) work i j bas not been resumed, though the j j committee from the Miners' Union no J ; ! pumps have been kept in operation I when needed, This strike bAing a matter of special . concern only lo the Miners' Union and ! the Minnie Moore Co., memlters of the j Union have refused to make auy author- ; a I numerous. I izpd statement concerning the disagree ment. Reports of all sorts are in eircu , . .. : lation and they are as contradictory as ; S ! CiTur d'Alene Eagle. Henry Bernard was am ioged formur. j der on Thursday and pleaded not guilty. I The trial takes place on Monday. His council are F. Grnnahl. C. W. O'Neill 1 and W. H. Claggett, while the prosecu ktion will be conducted by Prosecuting j Attorney Elder and I. N. Maxwell. j Up at Murray things are getting down ! to hard-pan. Whiskey is now a bit a i ! ] I drink »t several places, and the boys are j getting to indulge in a snifter before breakfast in eousequence. Never in the history of mining excite- j : ment» in Idaho Territory has there been so flat a collapse as now prevails in Cœur d'Alene at this writing. And to what must we attribute the present state of affairs? Is the country a failure? 1 There t.re many men here who will tell you decisively that towards fall a great many more mines will be opened and ! producing, and that a large amount of j prospecting work will lie goiug on, on the creek claims and on the quartz lodes, i - I ■ , , , , . . which mu put business on a good foot Therein more or less of I iug once more. truths iu all these statements, gold exists iu paying quantities in our placer fields. and that there is gold, sil ver and lead in the quartz leads there is no doubt. It has been proved that there are at least a score < f quartz mines near town that would pay enormously if prop erly worked. That I ! j Hotel Arrivais. baxteb's. July 24th.— H. G. Simou, R. Cohn, I Sun Francisco; Julius Keesler and wife, j Salt Luke city; A. J. Griffin, Galena; I J. M. Cannudy, Hailey. I Jtjlï 24. - Mrs Jonn Sullivan, Vien na; L. R. Stems, Mountain Queen; T. Althouse, Atlanta. j ; j j j Henry Weston, New York; Miss Kitty j j 1 I j PALACE. Jci/r 24.— W. M. Lawreace, New York; Wilkins; Bruneau. Persan ai. Hon. John H. Canuady came up from Hailey and is interviewing many iriends H.io „ira 1 U suis city. James Agnew, formerly Sheriff of Ada County, passed through this town yes He always at ! terday ou his way to Hailey. finds a thousand friends iu every part of this Territory. ; extra side hitch and looked around for a i foe. "That may be," replied au uudaun ! "I'm all wool and a yard wide!" shout ed a cowboy, as ho gave his sombrero an t ! j ; ted female, "but you wibK it wash." . thd bid of W. Seinvumb u>r burjrm^ tile The County Commissioners accepted in indigent dead at the rate of $30 per , I corpse. Galena .Hines. From Mr. Andrew Griffin, who is en gaged in business at Galena, and well posted on the affairs of that portion of the county, we understand that business generally is quiet; but the ; mining interests are imjnroving con ! stantly. A. B. Moore has several mines that are | looking well. Among them the Nellie ! Moore is improving as it goes down, j running from eight to twelve inches of 1 good ore. Griffin A Moore are interest ed in the Daisy mine, which is making a : a good showing. The Senate is reported ; to be in a laxly of ore or high grade, | about fifteen inches in width. The Sen-! ; ate Company arc also the owners of the Red Cloud and Chief, not running at present, but will start up Their smelter is ! thi8 falL Th, '- V wiI1 probably have a ! * ar ^ e amount of ore lrom other mines to work as well as their ow n rock. a ! Easley A Bums, at Galena, are The Paymaster has two taane,fl > aI1(1 1,a * struck a fine body of i j doing well. ore. Mr. Griffin has an abiding faith in I that mining district. Ail that is needed J is money and enterprise. Many of the ; residents of Galena are now out in the I . ! mouataiDS prospecting. j ; Mutton by the side at James' meat I market for 7 cents. Mutton by the side at Goodings rnar : ket for 7 cents, as ; jiaitf Bathing suits S Springs. at the Guyer Hot j!3-tr Fine pickles by the quart at OU Joe rnylttf Boggs. Go to Dick's when at Hailey f»T a square meal. Leave your orders with James Bro' mlOtf Mutton by the side at James' meat 1 market for 7 cents. Jnl7tf s for ham burg steak. j j A ttrst-elass store to rent. Apply to ! R. C. West, Enterprise Restaurant, tf a i Go to me popular Hailey Restaurant when down the river and get a square meal. Slip in and look at the flue line at ! gents' clothing just received at Pinkhn ] A Lewis's. I. I. Lewis A Son. druggists, have just received a fine iot of fishing tackle. Gail and see it. Muytitf j j in to 1 Julltf jn25tf une thousoud dollars worth of gents' oiothing just received at Pinkham A Lewis's. jn25tf Every family iu Ketehum should use Frank Bid (hill's soap, for sale by Pink ham & Lewis. jllôtf Dress making and plain sewing by LeodviUe and Jui-30dpd of Mrs. S. Seventh streets. A. Maison. Fine assortment of Eastern sash, doors, mouldings, weights and pullevs black wnluut counter tops, wainscotting, of I flooring, etc., just received at Pinkham A Lewis's. is Siddali's soap can lie used iu cold wa I ter, and guarr-anteed to be the best in ! the market. For sale by Pinkham A jllôtf j Lewis. The oelsbrated "Orange Blossom" and Importen "Paul Morphy" cigars are the best in the market. For sale by James Judge. Give them a trial. Jy'.itf Mr. A. B- Roberts, the Pioneer tomb stone dealer of Idaho, came up yester day and erected a line monument at the grave of Ja«. Coppock. will be in Ketehum next week taking orders for tombstone work. Mr. Roberts Jnl7-tf The Croy street Millinery of Hailey, will commence closing out its stock, con sisting of aii classes of miliiuery and no tions, at cost on July 5th; also carpets, fixtures, provisions, stoves, furniture, j etc. jli-3t ; Mr. M. M. Hazel tine has opened a j Photographie Gallery on Second street, j Ketehum, where he is now prepared to j take photographs of all kinds, and in j the lutest and most finished styles. j Pictures finished on the following day 1 after the negative is taken, and on the I ground. Perfect satisfaction j teed. gnanui Jyll-lw. Notice of Forfeiture. To John Huchc-c Waa. Uvn tan Texas Angel *"*» spruance Stanley ,v Co.. «î San Francisco. California, and tîieir a outf . t uini interest in the Silver Kinu location and the Salvador mining location; said min ime loeatio nras. or any other per du» mar own or cla im to ■: V of nenu itnated in little Wood River mining district, A1 turns Coiuuv, Idaho Territory : ' j You are hereby notified that we. the under- ! sinned, have x ponde two years' assessment labor on th Sliver Kind inininjr 1 talion and the Salvador minime location, said tot» ion-riie sitnated in Little W ed Rj . , r mining dis trict, .»Coras County. Idaho Territory, to the amount of Four Hundred Dollars, and that your ahansof said expenditure for o tv-rest n the said cla. ms for asses; is tl3u.su. toss An) -lea* ina a f k f Gau 0 ''^.'. * j ip-third in ment work j balauo? of | fcMîS cm j t m » * - ÜPi on tfie I Biiivi »Salvador loc non: the same being the amount roqiurvAi t,> hold Them for the years i ! IHHti and YSra'i; and thaï rmiuss vour j rojjorUGii i j «f expenditure due from you tie paid w in- ! iu fùitety îiK>» «lay B after tue puixl i ition of this I notice your interest in scud , . . iBin$ location^ ami claims, ooosisung ot oue-lhinl iu «^ach of said claims, will *me the of the sulHscribers hereto under S**ctu'u Sfii of Use lie vised StatuWs of the United S: K. t . G. iX^UTlîlTT, , Ketehum, July is, issr. To the Saloon Men on Wood Hiver I Keep Constantly on Hand the r Salt Lake City Keg Beer 1 In Quarter Barrels, at 75 Cents per Gallon in Hailey; also, Milwau kee Bottle Beer, and a Complete Assortment In the Wholesale Liquor Line. | J A s. M. Blossom, Respectfully Yours, E. BARTSCH. Wb A. Cmswri,! BLOSSOM & Co. I COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ANT) WHOLESALE AST) RETAIL DEALERS EH FLOUR ? Corn Meal, Cracked Wh EAT, ETC., And all Kinds of GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED At the Lowe*: Cush Rates. Flour furnished in Car Lots. On Wood River. The best Brands ever soid We have Constantly on Hand The Patent Rotiei, Deseret and Central Mills 600D Floor. Every Sack Warranted. Consignments Sclicited. KETCHUM, IDAHO. o Pi r Pi CD X e ? > *îf PIH OI m *«*• g pCSrji a >> m gw W p X > 2 _j g BJEIFF_ WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Ketehum, : : : Idaho. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! V s . G eP o G V <-P •a° Dry Goods, Clothing THE LARGEST STOCK ON WOD RIVER. j ! GILLETTE & EVANS j | j I S7/HY*c i - i ! I 5 — IVders -*— Tinware, Tin' ■lirare . .1/ inei -s' Tonis, Gum, Tl.-ia- y. . / nnuuni f ion. T it ml Spo/ tin •»* Giunis. Ta Hr ami Pwkt ( 'utlr. shin» Tackle TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK TO OROER. Door3, Sash and Blinds. IRON ANB STEEL 4* Orders by Mail will receive prompt atteution. Gillette h Ftatis. ; : IVe aim to stive -arisf; t ; Ketehum