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IETCHÜM DAILY KEYSTOSE. V. Centered at i ii in. 1. T. as second class matter. Postoftice at Ketch Post Office Hours. ."he Ketchum Postoffice is open from ' a. m. to H r. M. every dav. No Money , , ♦truer or Registry business on Sundays, I •»•r week days after 4 r. ». ' j Prof. -Tenney is still said to be finding ■ b • good ore in tho Quaker Citv bale; . ! The Ootwity Commisioners Yesterday ordered the Court House tobe insn red , lor 20,000 dollars. I I t is getting quite fashionable to lie j "held up"-now, and our jeweler is going : 4 " h I 'o import a lot of tiu matches and toy i 3 \ pistols. In the ease of the People vs. Gen. H < unniuglium, for assault to commit murder, the defendant was discharged by Judge Morgan. fho Broad ford Miners Union have settled their troubles with the proprie tors , of the Minnie Moore and every - i hing is agreeable and the boys are now »t work. There will bo twice the aniouut of teaming and ore hauling between Boyle Mouutnin and Ketchum from August t-o December of this year that there was in iho same time om year ago. Preaching as usual in the M. E. Church to-day at 11 a. m. and 8:30 r. m. In the evetiiug oue of the mistakes that Christians most frequently make will be noticed and commented upon as the ba sis of discourse. Another accident: Halley, eon of T. ■TV. Gillette, bad the large bone of his left arm broken yesterday evening while wrestling. He walked home with the grit of a soldier. Dr. Lewis was called in and tins little patient carefully at tended to. •Johnny Dugan met with a serious ac cident while scuffling at the race track in Hailey yesterday, which consists of a s cry bud break in the right leg. The large bone is broken twice and the small one once just above the ankle. He came to Ketchum immediately after the mis hap and called in Doctors Hill and Es tes, who set the fractured limb last Avcuiug. He reported as doing well. A suspicious looking man ou horse buck armed with a Henry rifle and a six shooter was seen yesterday making across lots through Judge Lewis's field, on Trail Creek, and to disappear in the direction of the Elkhorn. He broke dowu the ranelie fence in two pjaces and would have been arrested for the ■ TOWN TIDINGS. offense, but got out of town too quickly. The chances are he will bo followed up in a day or two with a report of horse stealing or robbery lrorn the Lost River country. Judge Fred. W. Scoville, Justice of tlje Peace at Vienna, and for many years • resident of Ruby Valley, was here yes terday, and will return home this mom Ho informs us that in the matter ing. of alleged violation of the fish law, on complaint of Messrs. Shaw and McFull against Dr. Rankin, that the case was dismissed on an agreement that the dam referred to should lie modified or re moved so as to work in conformity with the statute. Report of the Jail Committee. The amount appropriated by the County Commissioners Subscribed by the citizens of Ketchum, . Subscribed by C. H. Furey, County Sheriff,. $300 00 265,00 50 00 $615 00 Expended for 1-2 lot 27 1-2x100 150 00 Kecordiug deed. . Building jail . Total. Collected from County.. $300 00 O. H. Furey Citizens of Ketchum. 245 00 Total 3 (HI 447 00 I -j (>0o 00 j : 50 (Ml j i I | Total 505 00 Leaving a balance uncollected of $20 (H) M. H. Coffin, j R. C. West, T. W. Gillette, Com. J ! A Correction. An item headed "Eagle Creek" crept 1 into the last issue of the Keystone stat- j irg that Col. Brodhead would soon take j hold of some mining property iu that i locality belonging to Dr. Pitts. The ! Col. informs us that he is not usaooiated : n n ; io nun in g matters 'tMfcli Dr. i itts nnd in- ; tends to handle none of liis propertios. i He is engaged there only in developing j I the Blue Jacket mine. THE FATAL EM). V. Clary B Found on East Fork and Dies in n Desperate St nitrile. At, CIO this morning Deputy Sheriff Cassidy and Ed. White, returned front Perry's camp, on the East Fork, with the startling news that V. Clary had been , . , , found and killed in a desperate struggle with White and Perry while they were in the act of arresting bin). Messrs. Cassidy, Boone, Chas. Davis, j Biil McWilliams and Ed. White left ■ , , , , • Ketch um ycsteiday at 12 o clock, going . .. ! m tRo direction of East Fork, where, as . , , , , ,, , , published elsewhere, they found a clue , .. . . ,, ....... . to the hunted man. Mi Williams and . , I Davis returned to Kttchum, and later iu ,, , j the evening Donne came over to the : , , . .. , ., , I Llkiiorn vicinity, leaving Cassidy, VA bite i . n . \ and Perry on watch where Clary was to return. The two latter were stationed H t Perry's camp nnd Cassidy at the mouth of the canyon a few rods distant, At 11:30 o'clock precisely Clary walked irtto the camp and was immediately cov ered with two six-shooters, ■ He was ! asked to surrender, but replied that lie j "never would; that ho would die before he would go to the penitentiary for ten years." Clary then said, "If you should take me to Ketchum they would hang me; but if you will take me to Hailey i'll give up." They promised this, and beiug a little off guard allowed Clary to get very close. He was unarmed, but suddenly made a sirring at White with a treat to kiit him and gate him a terrible gash In the forehead,' at the same iustant making a stiong effort to wrest Ironi him the revolver. His power was superior and it was quickly seen that he would get the weapon and kill them both if they did not tire. Both revolvers were discharged at once, one shot piercing the head and killing Officer Cassidy, hear CJary iustuutly. ing the shots, immediately tied his horse and started for the scene. He met a riderless horse which at first he sup posed was one of his men's, but conclud ed it to be Clary's and at first thought He heard several more shots he had been picked off in attempting to escape. but it was too dark to see their effect. He hesitated and then heard White ex claim, "come quick, I'm afraid we've got a head man here." Hank Cassidy lighted a candle and found Clarey dead with a bullet hole iu his head. He dis covered no other wound. The subse quent shots had been fired as a signal to Cassidy. Perry and Mike Holland were left in charge of the body, and Officer Cassidy and White came to town. Coroner Brow n will go out to-day and the body will be brought to Ketchum. The scene of the tragedy was on East Fork a mile west of the North Star mine and six miles south of Ketchum. Clary Still at Large. Notwithstanding the rumor about town yesterday that V. Clary, the had beeu found and guarded in a eavo on East Fork by Deputy Sheriff Cassidy and others, the latest authentic accounts hist night indicated that he was at large and in u fair way to escape. Up to a late hour Messrs. Cassidy nnd Boone were posted at a point on East Fork where he had said he would re turn in the night for a sad dle, but whether or not he was found remains to be seen. It ap pears that the officers are on his track from the fact that they learned from a well-known prospector in that region that Clary had come to his camp I carrying a saddle on his back at 1 o'clock yesterday morning, and left there with j ^ wo p U j rs G f blankets at day break. He : left the saddle behind with the inten j tion of finding a horse and returning i lftst ni B ht ' What tbe result of tbiB elue I may be remains to be known. Billy | McWilliams returned from there last The officers now out will J evening. ! probably find him before night. 1 j j i ! : ; place of Purcell of the Rochester Union, ; i re-sigma . j Ex-Governor Hendricks is expected to make an early visit to Govenor Cleveland. The Albant. N. Y., July 23.—The Demo cratic State Committee met to-day. Tammany Hall members of theleommit John Kelly York was chosen elector at large iu the! I toe were absent. of New TERMINES CORRESPONDENCE. From Ketehuin to Hailey.—O. 8. L. Operations.—II. P. Officers Com ing To-day. Editor Keystone: We boarded the elegnut six-horse mail coach at 3 r. m, for Hailey station. Our ride, with Prof. ; King holding the ribbons, was a picas- | ant one we can assure you. After cross- | ing Trail creek the first railroad work we ' saw was some 40 teams at work upon the O. S. L. grade near the town of Ketelmm. Hounding the point at, Dr. Johnson's rauche, we saw some 45 or 50 more teams finishing the grade from Gimlet to the second crossing of Wood River. These we beheld while.passing the vast ranches of Messrs. Lind, Freeman, Fort and oth ers, where stood large ricks of new mown hay. We now arrive at Gimlet and partake of some of Thomp son's "mystery," and the see R. R. bridge nearing its completion. They are now laying the ties, having the pile driver heads and mammoth ham ! mer 1800 pounds weight loaded ready j f° r transportation to the second cross ing of Wood River, one nnd one-half miles from the town of Ketchum. B. F. Young is Assistant Superintendent of this work. Coming on down the grade we met scores of teams from the im mense lumber piles at the depot hauling timber to the bridges beyond Gimlet. When nearing the old Fanlk smelter we met the most pleasing thing that rail road boys meet, the old pay cur "100," with Prof. Jocelyn, pa; master, at the helm of the till. Mr. Jocelyn pays from time he leaves Omaha until he returns nearly a quarter of a million monthly. He has been paymaster on the U. P. and systems since its infan cy, and trip. the has never missed a He has never yet found j un engineer w ho ci u pull him too fast. Arriving at Hailey station we received the intellgenee of tho arrival here to a morrow of the new President of the U. P. system, Gen. Mgr. S. H. H. Clark, Gen. Supt. W. B. Doddridge, Supt. Blickensderfer, and CLief En gr. Jacob, J alu ^ °lh ere ^ be directors, all of whom will visit Ketchum to-morrow, having chartered Messrs. Freeman A Warner's six-in-hand for the day to see the sights in and about Ketchum, and to leuru for themselves something of our vast coun try into which they are building their road. As we journey dowu the line you may hear from us again. Yours, Suokt Link. Mutton by the side at James' meat market for 7 cents. Bathing suits at tho Guyer Hot Springs. Fine pickles by tho quart at Old Joe myl4tf A first-class storo to rent. Apply to R. C. West, Enterprise Restaurant, tf Go to tno popular Hailey Restaurant when down tho river and get a square meal. Slip in and look at tho fine line of gents' clothing just received at Piukham ju25tf jl3-tf Boggs. in Jnlltf & Lewis's. I. I. Lewis A Son, druggists, have just received a flue lot of 'fishing tackle. Call and see it. May3tf he Vme thousond dollars worth of gents' clothing just received at Piuktiuin A Lewis's. jn'JJtf Dress making and plain sowing by Leiwlville- and Ju4t-30dpd Mrs. S. A. Maison. Seventh streets. Every family in Ketchum should use FruuU SidduM's soup, for sale by Pink ham & Lewis. jll5tf Siddall's soap can be used in cold wa ! ^ er * 11 ut * guarranteed to lie the best iu the market. For sale by Pinkhum & Lewis. i j jllâtf The celsbrated "Orange Blossom" and importe«.! "Paul Morphy" cigars are the ! best in the market. Give them a trial. JyOtf He ! i p 0 r sale by James Judge. j Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb j utono dealer of Idaho, came up yestor ! day und erected a fine monument at the j H r " V( ' of Jus - Coppoek. Mr. Roberts will be in Kctelium next week taking j orders for tombstone work. Jiil7-tf . ...__ , .„ , , , F me assortment of Lastern sash, uoors. j mouldings, weights nnd to j flooring, etc., just rc [ * Lewis's. ! The Croy street Millinery of Hailey, ! will commence closing out its stock, con l sisting of all classes of milliuery and no | lions, at cost on July 5th; also carpets, 'fixtures, provisions, stoves, furniture, etc. j!4-3t the! : pulleys, black walnut counter tops, wainseotting, lived at Pinkln m tf To the Saloon Men on Wood River I Keep Constantly on Hand the Celebrated Salt Lake City Keg Beef ; | | ' In Quarter Barrels, at 75 Cents per Gallon in Hailey; also, Milwau kee Bottle Beer, and a Complete Assortment In the Wholesale Liquor Line. Respectfully Yours, E. BARTSCH. Jas. M. Blossom, W. A. Oriswhi.i.. BLOSSOM & Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND WHOIE8ALE AND KETAIL DKALEES IN FLOUR, Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat , ETC.. And all Kinds of GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED Al the Lowest Cash Hate*. Flour furnished in Car Lots. On Wood River. The best Brands ever sold We have Constantly o Hand a The Patent Roller, Deseret and Central Mills 6000 Flour. Every Sack Warranted. CoNSIGNMENTS Sc LICITED: U. KETCHUM, IDAHO. o n for r rn CD »3 <3 > •iH gCI If \ : m o pjsV 1 a Joe to of IE®* Äs M p >>■. X Ski > s _j jj REIPF_ WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Ketchum, : : : Idaho. NEW filinin wwfinnnsi A ?<o 0^.0° by r use S- H V* iu & 6 6 Dry Goods, Clothing the the ! THE LARGEST STOCK ON WOD RIVER. EMETTE S EVANS j | ■ | jS7wtwf> Tinware . liant ware, Miner* Tools, Table and Pocket ( 'uthr, . | ■ ' • J j 5 — Dealer* io— . „Intniunil-inn, Pishing Tackle and S/mriina (loads. - o - ( l uns vOt.S IRON AND STEEL TiN AND SHEET IRON WORK TO ORDER. m o — Boors, Sash and Blinds. -o - 1 1 } Or«b'n by M»it will receive prompt attention. We aim to rive aaiiefaetios Oilletke & Ewans, :; ; Ketchum, Idaho.