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ÏETGHUM DAILY KEYSTONE.
Entered at J,l»e Postoflficc at Ketch urn, I. T. as second class matter. in Post Office Honrs. "lie Ketchnm I'ostoffico is open from 7 a. m. to 8 r. M. every day. No Money Order or Registry business on Sundays, or week days after 4 v. m. E. van, It. TOWN TIDINGS. I - ; Sol. liilly Reinhart is out prospecting on I j-is Trail creek. Foot racing and Caledonian sports are j very fashiouublc. I Thou* Tague's pack- train has taken j •200 ton.«# of salt into Atlanta from Rocky Bar. j by the The new livery stablo in the rear of tho Palace Hotel is now nearly complet ed. The Ontario concentrating works will be ready for operation about the 20th instant. Ben and Johnny Harris have bought out Wm. Reinhart and arc now running ] the bar business. Gen. Cartee and Homer L. Pound vis ited Ketchnm yesterday and visited some prospects in the vicinity. C. W. Toyer will open up a neat bar next door to the Cornucopia, where Tom Suiter will officiate as bartender. Five hundred pounds of red flsli came down from the Sawtooth lakes yes terday by express, and are now supply ing the Ketchum markets. Since tho advertisement of athletic games ns part of the amusements on the j day of tiie railroad reception, both man and boy have gone into training. The largest body of ore on Wood Riv er is said to be in the Poor Man mine, on Warm Spring creek, but the ore is low grade and at present unprofitable. Geo. Metzler and others on tho race i of ! ! j committee have decided that the | he at the old place about a mile above j course most practicable place for the races will j j I town. 'Tis well. tantalized yesterday, in We were ! Ketchum, by a promise of much rain, | but were blessed with only a few drops, while at the Elkhorn mine it rained hard for nearly an hour, passed to the east of this place. The small and dried-up fruit which has be.en in the Ketchum murket for I The storm some time has been superceded by large and plump apples, pears and peaches, i ! from the lower country, kruit dealers, ; as well as fruit eaters are glad of the im provement. The four 12 mule teams belonging to H. C. Lewis and C. Small, that started have crossed the Trail ! to Bnyhorse, creek summit and send back the report John Ma th»! the grade is very easy, son came iu from there last evening and I | ! I | stated that travel in that direction is growing rapidly. Pete Webber's heart was made glad by the arrival of his family from Nevada af The ter a long and very tedious trip, roads were iu a very bad condition nnd i of the streams almost impassable. some At one place the drivers had to ro main iii the water for eight hours to ef fect a crossing of the horses and wagons. The horses were much jaded from the taip, but barley and Wood River grass I will soon bring them out. Subscribers to the Celebration. L. Schweitzer, who has Gentlemen: risen duly appointed treasurer to receive all funds subscribed towards the rnil road celebration, urgently requests you to call and pAy up the amounts you have subscribed immediately. Boiseitos are said to be unusually blue since work stopped on the branch road from Caldwell, and the capitol has de- np .mall degree. Tl>ln 3 «l,l.y around and Boise come ont smiling all right yet. Time will toll.—World. At Last! At Last!! Competition is always good for trade, R. L. Rice A Co., the new butchers, will open business to-day nnd supply the public with the choicest steak mutton at 12,4;'. at 15 Orders cents; patine solicited and punctually delivered. Give us a trial and test for yourself. Especial G notations for wholesale buyers. ' p s -No connection with any other I . s. no louiitiui j house in the Territory,. Go to Dick's wLou at Hailey for a 6qu?.re meal. Jnl7tf , THE REPUBLICANS. Apportionment to the Connty Conven tion.—The Primaries to be Held August 20th. Over Cn. the grade, once any there joy in The Republican County Central Com mittee met at 2 I». m. cm the 9th instant, in the grand jury rooms. Present' G. Florence, Texas Angel, A. J. McGowan, E. M. Wilson, Geo. A. Black, P. P. Cana Whitton. van, II. Armstrong and It. J. McPhee, J. S. White, Sam Friend, I ; Sol. Newcomer, Jos. Pinkhnnî, I. Mor I j-is nnd C. J. Johnson were represented j I j j by proxy. Paul Thomas was added as the second member from Muldoon. The county convention to select dele gates to Boise and nominate county offi cers, wns ordered to be held ut 11 A. M., September 4, in Hailey Theater. A resolution was adopted stating it as the sense of the committee that in case er if cure very in it coal of ] vention should admit no one unless sat j i of delegates represented by proxy in the convention, no proxies be recognized unless when held by residents of the precincts represented; and that the con isfied that primaries have been held in said precincts claiming reprosentotion; that this resolution bo published with the call of the convention, and that a be forwarded to the judges of the ! copy primary elections of each precinct. The Secretary was instructed to bave the call published in the Keystone, News-Miner, Chronicle and Times. Following is the basis of appoitiou ! ment to the County Convention. 1 NO. OF DELEGATES. miECINOTS. Atlanta. j American Falls Arco ... ,. Bellevue. Boulder. Broadford. Bullion. Birch Creek... Bliss. 2 1 1 6 .4 .4 1 1 1 Bonaparte.. Chrichton. . | Corral. Deer Creek. Etliell's... . j Galena. 1 .1 j o ,1 1 1 j Glenn's Ferry I Hamilton. Howe. .1 in 6 ! Hailey. | Indian Creek. Ketchum. Little Wood River Mountain Home. . 1 6 i 1 1 Medbury. Maiad. Martin. Muldoon. Rocky Bar.... Spring Creek. Shoshone I Starrh's Ferry 1 1 I 2 1 5 i Soldier Creek... . ! Smoky. ; Sawtooth. Tikura. Toponis. Vienna. Warm Spring Creek Willow Creek . . . . 1 1 1 1 * ,1 to ! , 1 ' 1 68 Total. Fish Culture on Wood River. terprise in other localities, lias profited The base of the dam ! ' I In addition to the supply of water from | the spring, an unlimited quantity can j be taken from the river, for which pur I The artificial culture of trout andoth | er fish has, wherever it has been engag ! ed in, proved to be a profitable venture. I Dr. Johnson who has travelled exten | sively and noticed the success of the en is by af The nnd i by his observations, and is devoting his time and means in that enterprise at his ro ef the The ranch, two miles below Ketchum. pond north of his house now contains thousands of trout from last spring's hatching. He 1ms constructed a second pond below his house, of about two hun I dred feet square. ! is twenty feet in width, i be sot out along the water's edge and Willows are to the whole embankment is to be turfed has you you pose he is constructing a wing dam and I ttunie. With no adverse circumstances, j nnd at no distant day. Cold Spring blue j p !inc n be a favorite place of resort. road j ÿjjie Railroad. de- j _ - " 7 1 '" 5 | * trnlM donn to the termini» and re ' all j port the track laid to the Irai! creek j bridge, which latter is completed and The grading is now entirely completed over the whole lino save covered with ties. i nothing remains to bo done will j ^ the j Tho snort of the iron ; track laying, horse was dearly audible yesterday. 15 [ Cleaning & Repairing. Give I - j yf,. s _ Wheeler, on Fifth street, one | block west of Main, is prepared to do all other kinds of repairing, denning and press ing of «nits and guarantees satisfaction t() ui i. jult)-lm Fine pickles by the quart at Old Joe n-.r.4tf a j , ; Boggs. THE PHILADELPHIA SMEL1ER8. some ty of last ter be 230 Over 6.000 Cords of Wood for Charcoal. —A Bid for Wood River Ore*. We understand that the Philadelphia Cn. has adopted the plan of buying all the ores on Wood River, of whatever grade, and that efforts will be made at once to com lie to with any market for any quantity or quality of ore so long as there is sufficient in it for the cost of re duction. This step will be hailed with joy by scores of miners and prospectors in lhe surrounding region, and, if suc cessfully prosecuted, will greatly aid the books now, are vote, kind. only commercial interests of Ketchnm and Some of Bullion and the low vicinity. er country hnve already contracted at Omaha for the market of their ores, but if the Philadelphia Company cares to se cure these ores at a slight cost it can very probably dc so by buying off said contracts. • It is now probable that at least two stacks at the smelters will be in constont operation dnring the fall. About G,000 cords of wood is being corded up by Frank Gooding, who floats it from upper Wood River and Warm Springs creek, and the twenty-one char coal kilns are in full blast. The amount of wood cut will make at least 300,000 bushels of charcoal. The busy scene at the smelters re minds ns of the activity of a year since, and looks quite as business-like. Territorial News. Road to and in R. for Chronicle. We are informed that ex-Judge Priek ett will be a candidate for Delegate be fore the Republican Convention. It is said that Col. Green is about to take hold of a prominent piece of min A ing property in Lee's Gulch for a San It would be a God Francisco compnny. send to this camp if he should. Two printers, who arrived from Mis souri on last evening's train, say Dr. J. 1 1 1 M. Rico is advertising Idaho in fine style and will send out a big colony for Camas Prairie about September 2ist. Henry Sweitzer, who was salesman for Cohn A Fraukenlieimej several months, is now with his brother in Ketchum, a change it was necessary for him to make in order to be with his family. Sweitzer possesses one of those genial natures which will draw friends about o ,1 1 1 6 1 6 i Mr. 1 1 1 1 . I him wherever he may choose to locate. Idaho A en tanche. On Thursday lest Mr. Dewey had » preliminary examination before J. H. 2 1 5 1 1 1 Wickershnm, Probate Judge, C. M. 1 Hays, District Attorney, nnd Major Hus * ton, of Boise City, appearing for the ,1 1 people, and Richard Z. Johnson, Esq., 1 for the defendant. Five witnesses wore 68 examined on behalf of the prosecution, and six on behalf of the defendant. It was then agreed that the committing magistrate should personally examine the positions occupied by the witness to the shooting, as well ns that of the com batants, and that the case should be sub mitted without argument, and that the Court render its decision on Friday morniug. On the convening of Court on Friday morning the committing magis trate held the defendant, without bail, to answer before tho Grand Jury of this county at the next term of the District. Court. Mr. 8. F. Lieb, a lawyer, nnd'Mr. B. D. Murphy of Sau Jose, Cal, arrived in Sil ver City on Thursday, from the Bru neau, at which place the estate of Dan iel Murphy deceased, has a large nnm ! ber of cattle and other property, which ' I is now being probated. They went to | p 0 j 8e on Friday, from which place they can j will return to California, en his his and to Hotel Arrivals. and PALACE. Aug. 11; JA Alexander, M D. Hailey; Don McKay, Hailey; W Hartford, Ch CT * ry Creek; J A Van Ness, j \vo IF '" 5 j H»..".;». Atlant.; « B Otetete. re ' , ,[ Movie, Centr.l Col.; Trim), Control : g 0 j . j jj Blossom and now J H Van Ness, Hailey; O H BAXTER'S. Sam Black, Sawtooth; Hen lino ; r y Marlin; G W White; J M Conner, save ; Hailey; J Chase; S IV Groome: J. Radiy. L F Cartee, Boise City; H Auo. 10; iron , Auo. 11; j L Pound, Hailey; G McConnell. R R; J White. Cassia County. j one all , nounees Announcement. A. M. Funkhonser, of Hailey, nn liimsdf a candidate for the of if Aitnras Ooun j fl t . c of District attorney i I ty, subject to the action of the Dorno I cratic County Convention. Joe 1 Hffluttr Early. The voters of Kotcbum product, in some wuy fail to appreciate the necessi ty of registration. Don't wait until the last moment. Tho books of the Regis ter only show 70 names and there should be at least 150 by this time. Hailey had 230 registered voters yesterday, and The Ketchnm should not be so slow, books have been open here for a month now, and they close the 21et of October. Remember that citizens whose names are not on the register at that date can't vote, ns there is no opportunity for swearing in votes or anything of the kind. The oldest and best citizen in the precinct cannot vote unless his name is down, and any one losing his eight can only blame himself. Paid QKO. Notice. All persons who have not paid their j Road Tax for 1884, are requested to do so at once and save fuatlier trouble and expense, as ample time has been given. Having to collect from the va rious surrounding mines I have ap pointed W. H. Monahan as my Deputy in the vicinity of Ketchnm. A. Watson, Road Supervisor. Leave your orders witli James Bro's i mlOtf A flrst-class store to rent. Apply to j R. C. West, Enterprise Restaurant, tf Mutton by the side at James' meat j market for 7 cents. Mutton by the side at James' meat | market for 7 cents. for hamburg steak. to Batliing suits at the Guyer Hot Springs. Slip in and look at the fine line of gents' clothing just received at Pinkham A Lewis's. jn25tf I. I. Lewis &■ Son, druggists, have just j received a tine lotMfcf fishing tuckle. Call . MayHtf ; j!3-tf and see it. J. One thousond dollars worth of gents' clothing just received at Pinkham & ! Lewis's. jn25tf Go to tne popular Hailey Restaurant when down the river and get a square ; meal. for for a Jnlltf Every family in Ketchnm should use Frank Siddall's soap, for sale by Pink- | ham A Lewis. Siddall's soap can be used in cold wa- j ter, and guarranteed to be the best in the market. For sale .by Pinkham A jilStf I j!15tf Mr. Lewis. The now butchers. R. L. Rice it Co., will sell choice beefsteak at fifteen cents and prime mutton at twelve and one aug'2 tf i The celsbrated '"Orange Blossom" and . , ,, Importen Paul Morphy cigars are the best in the market. Give them a trial. For sale by James Judge. » H. half cents. M. the Fine assortment of Eastern sash, doors, j ' JyOtf Esq., wore It mouldings, weights and pulleys, black walnut countertops, waiuscotting. flooring, etc., just received at Pinkham j A. Lewis's. tf I Lost: Revolver, in black holster with name J. C. Godfre yon butt, ivory hau- I die. Finder will be suitably rewarded j by leaving it at Baxter's Hotel. to com sub the on bail, this D. Sil Bru Dan nnm which to they 3t I Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb- j stone dealer of Idaho, came up yester- j day and erected a tine monument at the j Mr. Roberts ! grave of Jas. Coppoek. will be in Ketchum next week taking j orders for tombstone work. Jul7-tf Tlie Croy street Millinery of Hailey, j will commence closing ont its stock, con- | slating of all classes of miiiiuery and no tions, at cost on July 5th; also carpets, j fixtures, provisions, stoves, furniture, etc. j!4-3t j Mr. S. Honigsberger has arrived iu 1 Ketchum with a fine stock of custom 1 made Lijdies Suits. Cloaks, Dolmans, Jackets and Jerseys, Laces, Trimmings, j Neckwear. Corsets, Hundkerchiefs, Hose, i Fancy Goods etc. Ladies are invited to , call. These goods aro imported from European markets and can be seen at Ritchie's Lodging House, opposite Pal , CT * aug8 tf ace Hotel, Ketchnm. Notice. - A special meeting of the Ketchum A Chnllis Toll Road Co. will be held at the H office of I. I. Lewis, iu Ketclmm, Satur day afternoon, Sept. 6th, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of increasing the capital stock of the Company. Jos. Pinkham. 1 I. I. Lewis, -Trustees. L. H. Russell, \ Hen Radiy. H Notice. R; J A special meeting of the stockholders j of the Ketchum & Chnllis Toll Road Co., j will Ih> held at tho office of I. I. Lewis, i in Ketchum. Monday afternoon, August 11th, at three (3) o'clock, for the pur pose of increasing the capital stock of «aid company. By ordej". Geo. Ni. Snow, I Secretary. nn of Ooun Jos. Pinkham President. Dorno —THE— First National Bank OF KETCHUM. OBOANIZED FEBRUARY, Jss, S ht), «Ml . jftS COO Paid np Capital.. Authorized Capital, ISAAC L LEWIS, President; E. C. Coffin, Vice President. QKO. W. GRIFFIN, Cashier; H. C. Lewis, Asst. Cashic. Board of Directors. j I. I. Lewis, Geo. B, Moulton, Guo W. Griffin. E. C. Coffin, Thou. Lave!!, General Banking i to j j | Business Transacted. Mmes Made —ON— ORES & BULLION. Hot of just j Call . ; Interest paid on Time Deposit. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COIcLKt TIONS AND REMITTANCES PROMPTLY MADE. Exchange Sold on Eastern and IVcSSrrn Cities; also , Exchange at Lowes; England , France, Germany, Austria, Xor icay, Sweden, And all Foreign Countries. & ! Rates, ; Il»rt9-U] use | wa- j in A I T.E.CLQHECY&CG. BANKERS, KETCIIUM, IDAHO. Co., _ cents one- Transact a general banking busi'ieai tf i in 1,11 lta brauches - and Buy and sell Exchange on the leadi.c g ,, cities of the united States. the trial. Sell Exchange on the principal cities of Great Britain. Ireland, Switzerland, Frauce, Belgium, Holland, Norway doors, j Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Russia, tie: - ' many and Austria. Collections made with prompt returns j at lowest rates. tf Certificates of deposits issued payable on demand. I with hau- I j Accounts solicited. CORREKPONDENTS : 3t .Welts, F ir £0 A Co. San Francisco . I Balt Lake,. Cbicaoo. tomb- j yester- j Yokk the j rt-t-ssj ! .First National hau. .WeUs, FirtfOA Cn. taking j J. T. Morgan & Go BANKERS, Hailey, j con- | no j j Idaho,, iu 1 Ketchum, custom 1 Transact a General Banking Business. Buy und Bell Sterling Exchange. Buy and bell Eh change on the Cities of the I ni ted btAtCfl. j Hose, i to , from at Pal- J mltancee made on day of payment. Certifieates l t Deposit issued Payable on Pe maud. , Careful attention [riven to collections and Rc tf CORBESPONDENTS: ■ Bluekfoot Han Francisco New York - Salt Lake city Ogden, Htali J. T. Morgan & Co,, A , Wells, Fargo it Co., the | Wells. Fargo ,t Co., Deseret Nl. Bank, ! Utah Nl. Bank, . Satur- , for capital : A» DeCATUK, Contractor i Mm •M Co., Lewis, August pur- __ of Ketchum, : : : : Idaho. tSTHiswlouarters at the lion Ton Restaurant , M y 17 tf. For Sale—Easley's Stuliou. This is the station between Galena ami Keteh ura. It con-ins uf a.irood house And barn, auo ■ lias iiood w»rm si>rimrs oa the Rlace. For A-heap for cash. Inquire i tent saloon. ii ;v. at flic Mvii-tl J. V. Kasi