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KETCHUM MY KEYSTONE. R. Entered at the IVmtoiiiee at Kelt um, I. T. as second class matter. Clias Mom ter fft-i Post Office Hours. The Ketchum Post-office is open from 7 A. M. to 8 p. M. every day. No Money 1 Order or Registry business on Sundays, In son, ; City : ! Finie or week days after 4 p. m. were tonal Trains IjOtrve Ketchum at 7:30 A. M., and ar rive at 7 P. M. TOWN TIDINGS. Steamer day to-morrow. Moon-light walks are quite fashion able. were ■ n eel W. H. Watt it np visiting from the i time man : with "Old I)nd" is back from the Challis ol country. oounty seat. Fresh pork at Fred. Gooding's market this morning. The Challis Messenger gives the new Trail creek road a good "send off." Brother F. Mason of the Times sti ff is among us in tiie interest < f that paper. About thirty passengers came in on the Wood River branch train yesterday. Methodist church is getting up a con cert and drama for the benefit of the organization. Visitors from neighboring towns gen erally admit that Ketchum is the live liest town in tiie county. The road leading to the smelters is exceedingly dusty and will require the winds of several months to become iu the gon sin the Tie er & good condi ti< n. Deer und eik iu droves are said to be xuore abundant in the Selmon Valley and Cape Horn countries this fall than ■for many years. I.ate last evening we learned that Dr. Estes was throw n from a horse while re turning from ihe Springs, receiving h severe strain in the leg. The smelter on Lost river will be in running order about the middle of Oct. The miners along that stream anticipate a rush wh.-n the machinery starts up. Howard Gray is down from the Atlan ta and Rocky Bar country looking out He is a candi for political interest*, date for Sheriff on the Democratic side. Charles Popper 4 family, F. O. Horn, wife and child. Judge Hunter, Post master Lynch of Salt Lake, and Mr. Coonklin of the sampling works, are in ■town on a pleasure tour. A great many Wood Riverites ore go ing East to spend the winter and train men report the travel "out" much larger than the travel "in," while the freight traffic is just the opposite. The bus line is doiug a very lively busiuess, often carrying two or three full loads of passengers to the Springs each day in addition to theregulur train traffic. Born: To the wife of Mr. C. D. Bradley, at 10 a. M., on the 29th instant, an eight-pound boy; a minor in arm* against laceteal production. Mother and child prosperous. Deliuquent subscribers should not forget that the Keystone hns an enor mous grub bill to settle to-morrow. Printers dont live on whisky and tobac co. Please call and relieve your con science by paying up for once. Cnpt. Putnam, who went from Boise city to Cœur d'Alene to open the Ü. 8. Land Office there, has returned without doing anything in that country. He reporta the prospecta for doing a land office business very poor. Fred. Gooding and L. Scweitxer were arrested(?) yesterday on the charge of pettit larceny, having packed off a chair from the Justice court. They were (made to) fined drinks for the crowd, and costs, about $2, and also were com pelled to return the purloined property. Capt. Storey, U. S. timber agent, re siding in Boise City, has been exploring the •Camas Prairie country, and is re ported to be disatisfied with some of the desert land entries made in that region. He is now visitjng Hailey, and is ex pected at Ketchum in a day or two. Dentistry. Dr. J. C. Leonard, dentist of Boise, is traveling iu the Wood River region and -will be iu Ketchum next Saturday. All requiring his servie leave their orders early at the Hotel. Will positively rom: day oy two. will do well to Baxter n but a Tef torlaf New». the residence of nolle», ciialli» creek, «Uli IHH-i. Franks. Hax- j agent >. Judge .'us Bnrns I i,- Comity Central to is This R. x er T Clias oil Mom I v A ter to T'la fft-i- tin!/. llel 1 Commit!■• Dem In tee f E. P. John son, J W- Ham 'on and J. G. Finnell ■gates to the Terri I i>e lielil at Boise the ; City Septem f. r 12. 188-1, with power to : uppeint proxi Hailey, ! On tn >ri<v • f ! W. Hamilton J. O. and Finie I. V F, !w ris and R. Bearden ly . (Mtumitiee to confer motion trying were itpp iuted tonal Co I nH Bln were » mail i- .tie Central Committee irh full power in con ■ n eel ion "iMi seid Committee to fix the i time -ml place t r holding a joint con vention. to nominate one Joint Council man To represent Lemhi count"*» in »he Filii session of the Ter : with flic D m from ol Lemhi ' •> tlmt is iu nd Custer than lic ritorlal Legislatur". the A heavy for • f m n ere employed at d ! ho If er aid. that the er: ter. sop- five miles west of town, t ie cut at that building :■ lien point, l ie' expert, to have if, all enclosed they favor ver This done the Ore gon Short Line will lie pretty safe from sin vv blockades the coming winter. getting ripe, and before Ml w fl es will pie SuTviee berries are nods me perfectly lined with them. ! road We the Tie V ere very p; ii table soi Table and make very V. pies. ete. Johnny Robinson has gone to and to complete arrangements for so er cting a quarts mill on his mine iu are & Unde the and Ciirribi be re h in timt camp. fitter-Idaho. At the Sheriff's sale of goods—the Hig- -whB and giiibethnni lot of furnishing goods offered for sale, yesterday morning next t j, door s<.util of Wertheimer's in Bullion block, aud a 11 day long the salesroom was crowd, I. The goods were sold so cheap thaï; probably SOOh or a $1,000 ! f r were taken in. Men bon -lit suits for $6; Rj ladies shoes for 75 Cents and $1 a pair; boy's shoes and men's from 50 ots.to $ 1 per pair, and so on. Counselor Kingsbury ; appeared to have charge of the outfit, and L. Iaivy. the auctioneer, was sales i 1 The school election yesterday for the out man. Tax No. Mr. in go three train an arm* not enor tobac con Boise 8. He land were of chair were crowd, com re re the region. ex purpose of voting on a special taxation of five mills on the dollar for the enlarge ment of the Ketchum school house, etc., resulted iu a defeat by 57 votes "No" to 28 votes "Yes." This effectually kills any attempt to improve tiie Ketchum | school liuilding for one year, and it is to j be hoped that the parents and proper- ! ty holders of the town will have their minds made up by that time und carry u soiid vote whereby something can be done to the desired end. enrollment of the school is 92, with an average attendance during last term of 5G. This is a very large school for the care of one teucher and too large for the preseut capacity of the building. The attendance will undoubtedly in crease very much before another year paases away. T . j The present Hotel Arrivais. BAXTER'S. Aug. 29. C Bostwich, Hailey; 8 A Clemmons, city; F P Perkins, Lost riv er; Bush and wife. PALACE. Aug. 29. Miss Ollie Cook, Hailey; P M Lyons, Shoshone. J E Kerney, Bay horse; Frank R Wright 4 wife. Hailey; H j Geahn, do; F Mason, do; John W Cass. do; Religious. Divine services at Union church to day at 11 o'clock a. m. and at 8 o'clock r. K. Sunday School at noou. Sermon in M. E. church this morning at 11 oclock. Subject, "The light need ed iu the solution of life's great prob o'clock, Evening subject, 8 lem." "Man's failure to apprehend and uti I Fine pickles by the quart at Old Joe : Boggs. loylitf ; Bathing suits at the Guyer Hot Springs. lizo the best of human life." is and All jl3-tf ! vour orders with James Pro's , ,iiut ! u. nui , , Apply to Dick's when at Hailey for a j Jnl7tf Go te square meal. to Baxter but a j \ Leave • for handling steak. first-class store to rent. , r v.' 'st. Enterprise Restaurant. I „ tf The New Route sessor wishes Freeman and Wart en'» team, of fonr nolle», was over from Ketchum hist week «Uli passengers, bringing E. F. Welch, agent for Phelps. Dodge 4 Pulmer, of Chicane, a boot mid »hoe honse of long standing, Mr. J. Jury, who is on his way , to Custer and one lady . So the travel i is begiuing to common the quick route. ! This is the Inevitable. There is no use vention. A. nounces fice ty, cratic the new changes «re Hailey, Bellevut and alive. ly mail line, tobe established Itetween Ketchum and Salmon river; then our j u.s in less than u day : trying to cling to the old ways when so much 1 letter, i Bln etc foot is dead to ns, and Ketchum, ] 5 and the world are ours a ty Judge There is, neeewsarialy, n dai mail will reach I from the It It., while, now, we are twice date the tedious route in ob tlmt long over a taiuing it from c rs. livered in one half the time and at less i Freight can be de I the mi.ining to be solved is, will freight by to ty than one half the toll and expense it can i The only question re lic the old way. ns than over the the ears lie grealer t< piackfoot route? There is no reason that the reads should discriminate in . . nor do we believe I date in our judgement, being the turns the they will. favor of that place on the standard terminating point gauge if there is any discrimination it ; The peo- ! will be in favor of Ketchum. pie of Ketchum promise to keep this I for ! road open all the year— ns bad routes kept in running order at all times. We have great faith that that people and our people will see that it is done so in a faithful manner, certain that this route is practical all are , But it is most I ! for ion the heavy business portion of the year, jf , . . ; ,,, time and being so far superior in distance, and having no desert on if, will be. the ■ t j, e outakle world. Still, being many fining points of importance ou the old road it would be unwise to discontinue \ jj ut i usual way of travel for our country to j so tJint convenience to the people, ! f r „ m this on it is evident that Salmon Rj Ve r und Wood lliver are one.—Challis Messenger, 1 ; Freight from the Depot. M. M. Moore 4 L- D. Newman wish to inform the citizens, of Ketchum that tiiey are ready to deliver freight from i the depot to any part of town upon 1 short notice, os we have made the nec essary arrangements to do the. same. All orders left at the Palace Hotel office the will promptly attended to. tt of or hotel. Apply to | to j ! be an of the for in year To Let or For Sale. Desirable two-story frame building on Main street— suitable for grocery store Fibst National Bank. eug27tf Cleaning & Repairing. Mrs. Wheeler, on Fifth street, one block west of Main, is prepared to do ail j kinds of repairing, cleaning and press j iug of suits and guarantees satisfaction to c ' (lU ju!9-lm I. I. Lewis St Son, druggists, have jnst received« fine lot of fishing tackle. Call and see it. Muy3tf ßlip in and look at the fine line of gents' clothing just received ut Pinkham 4 Lewis's. jn'25tf Lost: A garnet pin at the celebration bail. The finder will be duly rewarded by leaving the same at tbis office. aug23tf Siddall's soap can be used in cold wa ter, and guarranteed to be the best in the market. For sole by Pinkham 4 jU5tf The now butchers, R. L. Rice 4 Co., will sell choice beefBteak at fifteen cents and prime mutton at twelve and one half (Mints. ' A riv Lewis. M ang2 tf xhe celebrated "Orange Blossom" and H j imported "Paul Morphy" cigars are the Cass. best in the market. Give them a trial. Jy9tf For sale by James Judge. Fine assortment of Eastern sash, doors, weights and pulleys, mouldings, black waluui counter tops, wainscotting, flooring, etc., just received at Pinkham to tf 4 Lewis's. r. need prob The Croy street Millinery of Hailey, will commence closing out its stock, con sisting of all classes of millinery and no tions, at cost on July 5th; also carpets, fixtures, provisions, stoves, furniture, etc. j!4-3t uti Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb- ! stone dealer of Idaho, came up yester I day and erected a flue monument at the | Joe : (»rave of Jas. Coppoek. Mr. Roberts j ; wil j l)0 j n Ketchum next week taking j Hot orders for tombstone work. Jnl7-tf ! Notice A special meetine of the stockholders of the | ! Ketchum and Challis Toll Road Co. w ill he held. . Pro's ! atthe_(»tticeotI. I. Lewis, .u '■ .lIiu-u, -atur ! dav afternoon, bept. 6th, in ■> oyiiK.. lor i l, .„.'muse „f iucreiudu*: the caphal stocK of Ihu , I nim auv JOS. 1'INNHAM. / to Coinpah) 1.1. Lewis L. H. lUrs i a j , - Trustees. x, tf ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor. Robert Campbell, of Ketchum. hereby announces himself a candidate for As sessor of Altiiras eoiinty, subject to the wishes of the Republican County Con ReHpeetfllll.V. Robert Campbell. vention. For District. Attorney. A. M. Fmikhonser. of Hailey, an nounces himse'f a candidate for the of fice of District attorney of Altnras Coun ty, snbject to tiie action of the Demo cratic County Convention. : Paid For Probata Judge. Henry C. Street, of Ketchum. will be a candidate liefere the Democratic coun ty convention for the office of Probate Judge of Alturas County. ISAAC GEO. For Representative. I hereby announce myself nsacanrli date for Representative in the Idaho Legislature, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. È. O. Wheeleb. i Respectfully, For Representative. I announce myself as a candidate for the House of Representatives, snbject to the decision of the Democratic Coun ty Convention of Alturus County. J. C. Dow. i For Sheriff. . I hereby nnnonnee myself as n candi date for renomination for Sheriff of Al turns county, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. C. H. Fcbey. ; For Auditor and Recorder. ! I hereby nnnounee myself a candidate for renomination for Auditor and Re corder of Alturas county, subject to tiie decision of the Republican County Con C. B. Fox. , vention. For Probata Judge. I hereby announce myself a candidate ! for Probate Judge subject to the decis ion of the Republican Convention, and ] jf nominated, I will dev« te my entire j time and attention to the discharge of dutie8 0 , ( , fflce . Respectfully, E. B. Lemmon. ■ \ himself a candidate for the office of Cor ut i onqr of Alturas county. j For Coroner. Dr. O. B. Estes hereby announces FLEMING & HANNA, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS, to (Next Door to Keys^o.se) Ketchum, Idaho, HORSE and OX SHOEING A SPECIALTY. on All kinds of Work in Onr Line will be done Promptly and in the Best Manner known to mi Experienced Mechanics. one jnii tfl ail j We are Pract'cal Mechanics, do our own work, and Guarantee Satis faction in all jobs. FLEMING A HANNA. J. Dunn & French, jnst Call (SUCCESSORS TO N. MADISON,) of BLACKSMITHS, LOWER MAIN STREET, Are Prepared far All Kinds of Blackamithln*, Wagon Work, Repairing, Etc. wa in 4 Co., one ' nl' HORSE SHOEOTG ■ A Specialty. »»' Particular Attention to Miner«' Work. N. MADISON, Wagon Maker and Wood Worker, and the trial. Who Guarantees Satisfaction in Alt Kinds of Waod Work. Repairing, Etc. [Aprietf tf Fire Insurance. con no GEO. K SHOW, Idaho, Ketchum, tomb- ! the | j taking j ! —Represents— Die Fireman's Fond Ins. Go •I OF CALIFORNIA. Assets, Income, ami Loss Payment«. THE LARGEST the | held. . -atur i l, Ihu i Of Any Company Organised , WEST Or O YORK STATE. AS&ETS, GOLD, fl.f Apia-tfl —THE— OF KETCHUM. ORGANIZED FEBRUARY, 18S4. .$ 50,0«> . 500,0** Paid up Canttal. Authorized Capitol, ISAAC I. LEWIS, President; K. C. Comx, Vice President. GEO. W. GRIFFIN, Cashier; H. C. Lewis, Aset. Cashier. - Board of Directors. E. C. Coffin, The«. La veil, L L Lewis, Geo B. Monlton, Geo. W. Griffin. General Banking Business Transacted. Adveucas Made ORES & BULLION. ] j special ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLEC of Interest paid on Time Deposit. TIONS AND REMITTANCES PROMPTLY MADE. Exchange Sold on Eaete m and Western Cities; also. Exchange at Lowest Rales, on England, France, Germany, A nslria,Nor way, Sweden, And all Foreign Countries. Mar29-tf] J. T. Morgan & Co., BANKERS, Idaho. Ketchum, Transact a General Baskina Business. Boy and Sell hterlimt Exchange Bnv and Sell Ex change un the Cities of the United States. done Certificates of Deposit Issued Payable on De mand. Careful attention iriven to collections and £e mi Lances made on day of payment. own COKKESFOXDEVTB: Blackfoot . San Francisco New York - Salt Lake city Ogdeu, Utah J. T. Morgan 4 Go,, Wells, Faroo 4 Co., Wells. Faboo & Co., Deseret Nl. Bank, - Utah Nl. Bank, T.E.CL 0 HECY&C 0 . BANKERS, IDAHO. KETCHUM, Transact a general banking bannie»* in all its brandies. Bay and sell Exghange on the leading cities of the United State». Bell Exchange on the principal cities Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Ger many and Austria. Collections made with prompt returns ■ at lowest rate*. Certificate» of deposit* issued payable on demand. Accounts solicited. of of CorrespondXNTK: .WeHs.FjrfroÄ l>. San Francisco. Salt Lake, ... Chicago. New Yoke,. rs-t-KU .First Nation»! Bant . .Wells, Fargo & Co. PALACE SALOON. KETCHUM, IDAHO. •I Pruprit or. JOHN MKAOHEli, Dealer in WINKS, WINKS. I.iol K a l.iqi VJ'. Ci i,.. STATE. nr.i'st liar and tl> —.(1C 1i ,h rivet. AH kinds of ■.'.Atiies deal; r. Give me a cull. .Xia r' ,v ;'