Newspaper Page Text
ÎETCKVM MIL! KEYSTONE lamed Evary Morning, except Monday. AT KETCHUM, ALTURAS CO., IDAHO. OSO. J. XJSWXB. - - - Editor TUESDAY. AUCH! ST 13.1884. THE DISMEMBERMENT OF IDAHO TERRITORY. From a lengthy article In the Idaho Stateaman on the Congressional nomi nation we take the following, which in clude* the gist of the argument: "The queation of annexation woa t horoughly disctusmd in Southern Idaho daring the campaign ef 188*, and those oppoeed to Mr. Bingiaer's election left no atone unturned to prejndloe voter* against him on thla very ground ef his pledgee to the people of the north, yet be carried Ada county, which was made the battle field against him, by over 300 majority. Thla wait proof positive to the people of the northern counties that the people of this section wa* willing that Congres* should deal justly with those of the north, and that the Dele gate in Ootigross should represent their wMhea. There remained then only the prediction that Mr. Slnglaer would not keep his pledges, and this prediction has proven false. Now the people of Northern Idaho arc satisfied with Mr. ' Singiser, ore reedy to support him, aa is evinced by letters received from that section, as well a* by the tone of the local press. The people of Idaho, north and south, will be satisfied with what is right, but will insist upon an open, free and full discussion of all questions affect ing their interests, this question of an nexation among the rest; and Mr. Hiug iscr as a public officer, or as a candidate, will, we feel »sauted, be more than will iug to meet either friends or opponents on fair terms. Ho far as the past can be a guarantee of the future, the people of Idaho have in Mr. Kingbur a faithful Delegate and representative of every «eetion and of every legitimate interest, *n»e Statesman favors his renomiuation, tw'uipw. he understands the duties of the position of Delogutc. and because he lias shown both the ablllly and the will to discharge these duties. Aw we to understand from the fore going article that tho Idaho Statesman really favors the dlwnomborship of Ida ho? Or that It would consent to such j au arrangement for tho purpose of ad- j .nucing tlio personal interests of any 1 congressional candidate? This matter | .'fleet« tho capitol of the Territory, and i perhaps in another sense affect « the people of Wood River' It is not u par tisan matter, but something » ldch bus aomethiug ta do with the existence of Hot*« City as the Capitol of tho Terri- j lory. If thaw is u majority of over 200 j in Ada county who are willing to cut up ! j . the Territory, und thus omperil the lo ution of the Capitol, the other counties are not culled upon to objoot. Alt liras ! County is ready to welcome the Capitol any time Ada County is wilting to give | It is a reasonable inference i it away. that when four counties decline any fur liier intercourse with the present seat ! go\erain.uit that some other eoun- j ties may eeoondtho motion.—Ada Coun- j ty consulting. Thom four counties j hare long constituted a balance wheel j »4 this Territory, fuvorble to Boise City, When they leave, the Capitol will leave Boise City. Perhaps Alton* County may uot object, for what is Boise's losy may be Wood River'* gain. There ure some available idles in this regiou for Capitol grounds. Hsaipaeii Dead. Sumpsen is dead. He did not go it on the blind like hi* scriptural namesake, but with eyes wide oihmj. on t ie oiruus grounds at Nhoahono. be tunn.nl him self hais« un mau snd honst; enge.« con taining wild tmiiualx were overturned snd we suppose the town was lu danger of destruction. Coming down to facts, we un» informed by a passenger from Shoshone tliat the elephant got ou a rampage, and that one hundred and twenty shots were landed in hi« eureaas, and he is supposed to lx» dead. Miss Ella i* Mias Ella Kingfley opened a private school here last Tuesday, uo doubt a competent instructress* and will give entire satisfaction, if such is possible.—Idaho World The Tombstone, Arizona, Epitaph ad vertises for fifty miners to go to work on a Tombstone mine at $3 per day. .NEW TO-DAY. GRAND ■AT KETCHUM, Upon the Arrival of The First Regular R. R. Train. is is Prcgnmne il (UMIon: SALUTES WILL J)K FIRED UFOS TUE ARRIVAL OF TUE TRAIS. A Procession of the Citizens teilt form on Main Street, in Season to Receive the First Regular Train, and Forming tcitk the paxsengeai at the Rail road, teilt he heil hy the Ketvh urn liras« Band Rack to Fitzsimmon'i Comer , t then an ADDRESS OF WELCOME Will be Delived from the Balcony of BEETKOPOI.ITAM HALL. RACES. 1. Six hundred yards, for a purse of 875; first horse $50, second, 825. 2. Quarter race for $50; first horse 835, second, $15. 3. Three hundred yards; first horse be of j ] $15, the purse. j ; fl5 t0 Ul0 glowest horM . : to j \ 4. Blow rut'e, 300 yard«, for a purse of OTHKH HACKS. wheelbarrow race, the persons blindfolded, will bo run 25 yards for $5. j a snok race will bo run 25 yards for $5, , k f 0o t race 100 yards for $15, and u greased pig tournament, which prom j i*e* to bo a leading attraction, will ena j ble some stiff-fisted athlete an oppor 1 tunity to lay in hip winter's pork, | i j j ! CALEDONIAN SPOUTS. j A 12-pound sledge will bo thrown for a purse of $3.50; a 21-pound stone for the same amount, and a standing jump, three running jumps, one running jump, and one running high jump will j each be awarded u purse of $2.50. . * ! A hao.niftcknt OilplayTire-Works ! | i at 8 F. V. ! j j j j > j i 1 GRAND ■ if $ n I I H: ,i »! I« Ml on a IN THE EVENING FITZSIMMONS' 8 n FLOOR MANAGERS: Frank Qnereau, J. B. Martin«:*, J. J. Taylor. RECEPTION COMMITTEE: T. K. Clohecy. Geo. V. Griffin, Jas. Fitzsimmons, A. Adam«, Tho*. La veil. 1.1 i.»„ L. 11. Hu L. Hcii welt* r, i* ' g*° Moutgomery, ltd. lerry. ÙI, is COMMITTOC OF ARRANGEMENTS: T. \V. P Ulette. j Fwl. W. Goodin c, i J. Runtsey, Geo. J. Lewis, J. Ottenheinicr, Wm. Oreenhow, G« j. M. Snow. Geo. Steward, »»iaaV-ma « _«--j «U 910 Hy tA 6 AitOilum ASXTM 8 M Mid ad ! and Prof. Geo. Delius' Orchestra. LAVELL BROS. Manniacturer* of, and Dealern In ROUGZ ABD SBEBSED I Laths and Shingles Mouldings, Pickets, Sash, Door Blinds, Etc. A Complete Stuck of H» Lumber ? Of all Kind«, Including Ceiling," Rustic, Siding, Weather Boarding, Flooring And. Ill fact, Kverjthlnn Turned Out In a tirat clawH mill. Bn.Ido h will du well tn cuneult uh before contracting. Orders from all prompt ami Pointu will reoc.i cureful attention. UWOlHce, Corner AJain and River streets. Planin ' Mill, Corner Lcadvllle Avunue and ill v er rtreet. LAVELL BROS., Ketchum, Idaho. Wood! Wood! All persons desiring wood-sawing done nan be aooommodated by LOUIS BERGEOIS, by leaving their order« at FRED. GOODING'S MARKET, j On Main atmet. I am ready with a splendid Hteam Haw Mill for lAincrs. Wood for Sale. * Any quantity on hand ready «awed. Apply* at ! the «aine place. l. nounaois. Ketchum, July », ls«4. FilB | nsnrancei GEO. M. SNOW, Idaho, Ketchum, —Reprcaents i The Fireman's Fund ins, Go " j OF CALIFORNIA. AwHetB, Income, and Loss Payments, THE LARGEST Of Ar.y Company Organised WEST OF NEW YORK STATE. A8HET8, GOLD, $1,473,013.76. I I Apl'J-tf! FLEMING & HANNA, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS, I (Next Door to Keystone) Ketchum, Idaho. HOUSE and OX SHOEING A SPECIALTY. till bo done I Promptl y and in the Be«t Maimer known to All kind t of Work in Our Line Experienced Mechanics. We are I Tactical Mechanics, do onr own vork, and Guarantee Hatiafaetioniuall job«. FLEMING * HANNA. A nnivr Send six cent* for postaire, and Tn ILL. receive free, a costly Ikx of good« jm i tn I * bioh will help all. of either »ex. to make ruore i m0 ney rißht a wav lhan anythin« el»e In thin ; A fÄ'r Mrine. • lAprlvyl iï BEATS TIE WORLD! WE SELL SHUTLER WAGONS BECAUSE THEY ARE THE BEST. WE DO THE BUSINESS BECAUSE WE WORK 'EM UP. WE SELL HARDWARE ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES. CALL IN AND SEE US AND EXAMINE OUR In Our Three Stores, viz: KETCHUM, BELLEVUE, HAILEY. COFFIN BROS. 5 [PHARMACISTS Dealers in Fine Drues, ChemlcalR, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, <tc. A Complete Stock «n Baud ef English and French Brashes, Soaps, Essences and Pharmaceutical Preparation*. Recherche and Suitable to the Most Fastidious taste. Imported and Domestic Cigars, Flshint? Tackle, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station ery, etc., etc.—and in every way Replete with such Articles as are Usually found In a first- Class Drug Store. Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. I. I Lewis & Son, Two Doors N. of Finkham Sc Lewis. [Myl7-tf WILLET YOUNG, Prescription Clerk. THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor, Next door to First National Bank, KETCHUM, IDAHO. TIIE NEW BAXTER HOTEL, Completed and thrown Open to the Pu bile,Combines Kvery Feature of a i j FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE. KKADIKti BOOMS, TWENTY-FIVE NEW ROOM«, FINE SYSTEM OF WATER WOKÄ*. OOOI5 BEDS and FURNTIURt THJROVOHOVT. COMFORT A It Ï -E PAÄLORB« Location Central and Convenient to B uni row». Ho uhcb* Puatofttce, Banks, «fcc. GO TO TUE BAXTER HOTEL. PALACE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, KETCHUM, IDAHO L. H. RUSSELL A CO., Proprietors* A First-Class House in Every Respect. TWENTY-ONE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEOS. Dining Room is Ron. on the European Flan by the Old Reliable THOMAS PRIOR, Proprietor; GEORCE C. SMITH, Manager; Late «f Virginia Chop House, Bellevue. MEALS AT ALL lIOUHb OK THF. DAY OIL NIGHT. ORDER WHAT YOU WANT AN!) PAY ACCORDINGLY. ! NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED. I STEWARD BROS. ; Have jn*t added to their stock of stationery aad Fancy Good* a complete stool of I IDIR/Cr.a-S YLISOD IvLEZDICi'lSrSS, i TOILET SOAPS, HAIB, TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES, PERFUMES, COSMETIQUES TOU.HT | WATERS, FACE POWDERS, POWDER BOXES, ,fcC„ <tt\ 1'ro.NcriptioiiN (tarefnllj' Cicnponnded. Al«o, Dealers m ! WALL PAPER. CHIMNEYS, GLASSWARE, MAJOLICA WABE MIRROI CIGARS; IN FACT, EVERYTHING TO RE FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS VARIETY STORE, INCLUDING BMt A..ortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood Rivar. riPES, TOBACCO Remember the place—POST OFFICE STORE.