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7W<mex le hereby given that G«o. J. LewUbM .
Sols day dtepoeeil of hl» CDtire iuterrai.» in the Ketchum Klysiokk newspaper and job office, I UtUfitUer with thc > good wtU ot Mid new KETÖHUM SUL! KEYSTONE j ! But« red at the PostofBcd at Ketcb nrn, I. T. an second class matter. Kotier ta Patron«. osciiption acconat and ! aaper to C. C. CUvwn. All accounts of «aid newspaper prior tc Hept. Tl, îéSf, will be taken by Geo. J. Lewis, who as »uro« all liabilities and rwiuests the ia.mediate Seulement of advertising and job printing ac Ge i. J. Lewis. C. C. CL A WHO*. •cunt«. Cetcbiun. Idaho, Sept. 25, mi. ' Post Office Hour*. ?ho Ketchum Postoftloo is open from T a. M. to S P. u every day. No Money Order or Registry business on Sundays, •r week days after 4 p. u. Train* ' Leave Ketchnm at 7:15 a. m., end ar ytré at 7:4i i*. u. TOWN TIOINtiS. ! Register. Now try your luck at fishing. Mr. Biugiscr has arrived at Hailey. These are good days to go gunning. j There are 27i> names on the register. Have you registered? and if not. why not? ... . . .h i Indian summer is here cow m all its j ; . ! ! glory. This is the most favorable time, of the | year for prospecting. If you need job work of any kind let the Keystone print it for you. Let us all register and see if w e cannot j poll more votes than the county scut. Ketchum is in the midst of the mist silver-lead belt yetdfscoveu-d.. j i i extensive The conutry round and about Ketch um is u most iuvitiug tie d for prospect ors. Tlie distant mountain ranges put on their white Mother Hubbard gowns last night. . ' Tho Jewish Feast ; the Day of Atone- ; I Yomk.ppor occurs next ; i j I 1 went, known Monday. Almost endless quantities wood lor Hail* have be* u tioated down ! of cord j ! ! I ' Naval Lugiige «he nver the p;;*t two Messrs. 6eli' week* Gillette und Rob- | euz*r. «rts have made a oiriu.** **1 due ore in their mine on Bu ea 0 «deh. Geo. Payne, with ;Ue a.* Allister eow pany, made a h.t iu radical lri-hmuii. meuts" as C. U. Clay, editor ai d general rustier of the Inter-Idiibo, made uiiurrit'd busi ness visit to Ketchum yesterday. Tom Luvelle, Hank Hyde, A1 Griffith. ' and J. Hickey, went down last evening to attend the A. O. U. W. ball iit Bullion. made two or thiee A good strike wt «Uys ago in the Y nkee Blade, ou Bould <rmouatain, iu the vicinity of the Ophir This district is full of «diver-lead ore If you don't bö'ieve it. take , , . a trip around over the hills ami see for yourself. The ore veins iu this district average higher in silver and lead than those of any district of which there has been an average estimate made. veins. Weaver & Rorem have lately made a valuable discovery in a new claim three miles from the Ophir, on Boulder, and have already taken out several tous of They < xjiect to work high grade ore. the prospect all winter, and are making preparations accord ing!}'. Tlie dead body of Win. Cross w ho was accidently Bhot by Wm. A. Steele, near Soldier city, has been taken charge of. Steele was hunting and mistook Cross He was sitting under a tree, He was shot through the head. for a bear, resting. Steele is still in a half insane state. A change of proprietorship was re cently made in the Madison blacksmith •hop. on Muiu street. Messrs. Dunn A Randolph being the new proprietors. Mr. E. Phillips has charge of the wood department, aud iu his quiet, affable k-ay, is doing a driving business among the companies aud teamsters. The brass band was out last evening snd serenaded the new Keystone edi tor—at least that is tlie way we took it, although it might have only been for the purpose of calling attention to the theatre ill Fitzsimmons' Metropolitan us intended tor Whether it Hall. Pliosa McAllister, tlie star, or for the Keystünz office matters not; it via good iv, and we enjoyed it. ft II T V j . one of the most popular plays on the , I boards. The extreme contrast between , Phons McAllister. Tho Phoaa McAllister Company in "Dora" and ' Navel Engagements" at Fitzsimmons' Metropolitan Hall last j night drew a larger house than ou the ! previous night, although "Itosedale" is ! the portrayal of Tennyson's pastoral ro nianco und the comicality of "Naval En- j gagements" impressed the latter upon the audience in the v. ry heigliths of its fareicnl design. Such plays nsnally please where even tiio highest talent in other rules may elicit but scant nppre in a elation. The leading parts both plays were performed in manner that would do credit to any stage. There is talent in tlie company ' that deserves applause, but if the tronpe meets with merited success it will l>e . due not to any virtue in the business 1 management, but to the attractions of J the stage. The play to-night will be "Camille," ; vhich it is said j by Alexander Dumas, in ! Miss McAllister In s no peer. ! The Lucky Hoy. ing under development, to be one among h 1 thc best paying properties of Wood River. It is situated eight miles up Wurm Springs ere k and on a tributary known us Bassett gulch. The train will down another load to-day, Tngue A Clark's pack-train brought down a train lode of > re yesterday from This is prov the Lucky Boy mine. ; bring and after discharging it at the depot | j j tl,ru * u 8 the train w ill resume packing irom thc Lucky Boy. Tlie ore samples i liete will take u load of supplies up to the Atlanta mine, near Sawtooth. Re i ' ; ; nid üü per cent. The mine never looked betti r The oie goes i ab« Ut 1/0 • >Zjs. silver j lead. I than it doe? at preaeut. to îSi.lt Li.kt*. ! I , Register. Now why don t you register? Every 1 body should register, regardless of ! servitude." j "n ee, color or previous condition of Step up to the Captain's ! office (Wheeler's) and register. Kepub Begister because a eitizeu, be ! cause you have u right to register. It I does not cost you anything. Register I to vote, and register anyhow. j We want the apportionment this win | licun and Democrat. you w*u. beeuuse you are ter that we are entitled to, and it will be based on thc number of iiegistebed j vote s. So. register, all of you, and in ! tel '' oE youiselvt.s in sc,iu 0 tli-.t ail your ! neighbors register 1 j ; ' Bit-hard E ner o i and Dan Hayes made some good shots, Eu*-rsou n**t missing' eg on n w ager. : , | • Ulasshad bhooling. Y'esterday a lively shooting took place in tho field of Mr. Lewis, east i f tow-n tli principals being Messrs. Manse j Coffin and Joe Moore—the latter to shoot i 30 balls in or out. at $1 per ball. In the • first ten lie broku 4; in the second, 5; in J . . , » , the third. C, hi the fourth, 2; he then • j missed 10. The balls were throw n from n revolv I ing trap at a distance of 21 yards. The j wind was unfavorable uuel Mr. Moore j liui not 1>r . (>I - a ball while *h ! Hotel Arrivals. r alack. Sept. 2G-— U IV Berry, Boise; T R , i : Young, Bullion. Sam Counons. II Stute, U p By; E Bartsch, Hailey; H Lefever. Jr, Vienna; C \Y Swartz. Hailey; W M ! Winn, do; W H Nye, Boise; John Burns, city. BAXTER'S. Sept. 26— F Kent, M Bent. Geo Mor ton, Nick Miller. Lewis Roberts, W E Dewsenbury: John Gowau, Vienna; Tom Canavau. Rock creek; R A Lewis. Mrs ' Horn, Hail *y. John Le Beux und Johu Hosier have recently made several mineral locations on lüg Mountum. south*eust of, and iu , sight of. Ketchum. The ore from tlie p roa p,vts is a heavy, yellow carbonates, aml illvs tllt , 0 ppemnnee of being ubove t j u . ori ii, larT ; u quality. Verily, we are 1 6Um>HU ded with veins of rich ore. John Gowun returned from Montaua esterday and expects to go on tu V iou i ua to-day. ' Every family iu Ketchum should use , fur saie by I'iuk 'jlljtf Prank Siddidl's so; . nam A Lewis. There appears to be a general impres- j sion that » large amonnt of money baa been expended in mining operations in j ^ this country, for which no adequate re- j ty turn baa ever been made. An investi- J galion of facts will show that the re . . , , ,, - turns made from investments iu tin« i of (>»od Be pert. tleld, has been as satisfactory ns from any otlier enterprise which at the pres- <' eut time invites the attention of capital. Statistics show that dnring thc past six ' years, that dividends paid by incurpor ated mining companies amount to neur ly 10 l*er cent, of the rep,irt,*l products w of the mines; in this estimate the fact j must l>e taken into considerntion that only a email portion of the mine»., which j classed among the dividend payers, and . it is safe to place an amoutit to tlie cred are returning a substan ial profit, are 1 4 of these non-reporting mines, equal to that credited to the corporations J which reqnire a pnbKc aimovutcement ! ; °f ih -ir dividends. that a fair per cent, of the amount pro I Thus it will be seen i ; j <l,lc '- a «»J the mines of this conutry has ! l<eon distributed to those who furnished j To these benefits must lie ^ added the market increase and value ad- I the capital. [ j ded to every locality in which mining operations have been established; and it must also be understood lhat the j product thus obtained, which shows the most gratifying results, was seemed un- 1 derthe mœt unfavorable circumstances, j bieh will be rapidly improved with j ; every succeeding season, thna adding to 1 | the Proötableness of investments in j this direction. It requires only a casual : investigation of the f..ets, circumstances i and conditions surrounding this mag- ; iiitieent industry, to prove not only its rea 1 value, but also its importance and j permanence Chicago Mining Review. ! Will Nurth America Become a Desert. Tins is a staitliug query whieii has been suggested by a recent w riter in the North American Review. The source of the threatened danger is expected from the gradual change wrought in our cli mate by the diminution of rain-fall, caused by the denudation of forests and I other matters following in the train of | advancing civilization. By reason of | , extensive land cultivation and forest | destruction the rivet; are slowly drying ! up, and extended droughts are much j more frequent than formerly, while the | winter snows and spring rains are car- ; ried away more rapidly than formerly. • Some notable statements arepreseut e( j j u snpp^rt of these assertions. Tur j 0 us sections of the couutrv where , j perennial springs were once numerous they are now rare; iu localities where crops were once easily raised they are ; now seriously interfered with by drought; rivers which once furnished an abundance of mill power now often fail to turn the wheels for laek of water. Tlie ultimate issue is foreshadowed from the experience of the old workl of autiquity describe what are now great barren regions iu Asia Minor and North Africa as in their time teeming with verdure. Babylonia was once a delightful country. It is uow al most a desert. The temperature is also oba ,|gj n g from the same causes in many .. . , , , localities. Notable changes are ob served in Babylonia, Northern Greece sud Italy, Germany and Spaiu. All tliese changes have been wrought by the baud of man iu the progress of civ ilisatiou. The same causes are now at In ; UUîôri sus | work iu r0 ^ ous where the advent of civ ; ilizatiou has a Inter date, and these ap l H ' ar »«> 1,0 ful1 *-uougU or probability that the same changes will occur on this ■ c *ntiueut unless science steps in to show how to avoid it. and legislation comes to her aid to compel a course of improve ; m<>nt which will prevent such uudesira We changes in the face of nature. A New Metal. : I A New York scientist claims to have discovered along the Lehigh valley, aj hitherto unknown metal which will j ,lsy supplant nickel in general use. j He was making an experiment with :.u j explosive substance mixed with pulver- ! ized furnace slug, which on being heat some ed. euused an explosion to take place. | crucible iu he fourni ! the examination Upon which the mixture had been ! had taken I valuable, ; 'all chemical process place by which tin apparently j but hitherto unkm-wn. met;.! loo that : eliminated from tho s lag. It wa» «dlvery | white color, of fine, smooth texture, and j 8niceplible ot a bnUuuU polish that no I expoanre wi n tarnish. It was found to d * ^ raaUeable> aucti , c imdot g^tteamci- | a,e ty sbowjng a tensil r( * ia tanc« ol 14ft.- \ W)0to thc R(ln2re inch . Further | experiments only confirmed the results 1 of the ftret aa(t company has now been organized for the purpose of <' Wor |ring" the large slog Ueuks along (be Leldgh valley for the new metal, Fresh oysters in every style at the septPJtf or Bon Ton. Go to me popular Hailey Instaurant w i, t . n tiuwn the river aud get a j meal. I f Lewis ,t Bon, druggists, have just Call square Jnlltf j ™J ftntJ lot ot tislj,n o taek ^; y3t( gents' clothing just received at Pinkhsm ^ F or Hale, at Lewis A Hons drag store, a box of II* imiepat by medicine, the genuine German tinctures and pow angfltf Blip in and look at the flue line of ! I tiers. i Fine assortment of Eastern sasli. doors, ; mouldings, weights and pulleys, lj|;lck w.dnnt counter tops, wainscotting. j fiooriug. etc., just received at Piukhatn Lewis's. tf ^ I Siddall's soap can be used in cold wa [ tor. and gnarranteed to be the liest in the market. For si.l ; liy Pinkham A j Lewis. jliâtf j The Croy street Millinery of Hailey conimenceelosiiig ont its stock, eon 1 gisting of all classes of millinery and no j tions, at cost on July öth: also carpets. stoves, furniture, jl4-3t j t ' xturts ' l' r,> 'isions. tc. 1 . . j : i Golden Gate ; j LIVERY, FEED AhD SALE STABLE ! | | | ! j Weber St Cowley, Preps Fine Carriage Rigs Oa Short Xoxi«. Hor"^* BoArdtd br th« Day or Wsek | ; • —THE— First National Bank : : GEO. >V. GIUFFIN. Cashier: j E c . L£WI ., Avjt . c » sWpr . ; . , ! j ; OF KETCHUM. ORGANIZED FEBRUARY. US*. . $ Paid up CsoiUl. ku .ihcrirtd Capital,. ISAAC I. LEWIS, Praidenc, E. C. Corns, Vice President. Board of Directors. E. C. Coda. Ih- *. Lav.U, I. I. L-.-w-.s. Gso. B. \iutii.ea, Geo. W. OrJtn. ! I General Banking Business Transacted. Advances Made i i —ox— ORES & BULLION. aj lut^rret paid on Time Peposii. j special ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLKC j j ! TIONS AND REMITTANCES PROMPTLY MADE. id U'«JferT> | Ezchan;* So:d ! Eastern also. Exchange Ea:es, Ençianti, France. Gfiv.noip, .1 Mfri«..Vor at /.wv-oi ! I ; ,c*:t*. .' And au Foreign Count » : 1 MaV.V-tfJ | j I MI per,OM tnowiD * thcis ^ ÎTC > ic " d * bt « i ,u , " DeB Mu " T *' M K * tct,u "' | a,e notiae<l that tt<lr *^ r,nnU ^ \ a placed in tllr YM ' in ' 4 iohn ' | *'*"• t '* t ' for c ° m<tie,n ; aUli tbf,t t0 * wiil * ato b Y tusking immédiat. Notice. payment to hin.. tf To Let mr For Sale. Desirable two-story frame building < t Main street -suitable tor grocery .»tor- Apply U» or hotel. Fibs* Natioxal Bam. augïîtf ( leaning k RtpaSriag. to all. Mrs. 'Wheeler, on Fifth street, or r* block west ot Main, is prepared to do all kimls of repairing, cleaning and pr>» ing of suits and guarantee* autiafuettox. jalt-lai For Sale La«lej 's Statioa. TW» is the station hetw-en Galena and K;Ve* am. It c Lam *<x«d warm cucafcp tor ca*»ii. luqmre o teat «Aloen. hu of a good h*»tu*e and Vattl. ^r-'l ilmpimm. For *•*:«. J. V. Eaftley.r t >i Mraa-t: t the Oliver Hot fö-fc non Springs, ' Bathing suits Warming. NOTICE is berebv giv«E tbsx I ax f .he -iv:t - •>f tlie Haw Lor* and Tirub r. fsUA'riv *>wa by G. 1 Wuitaey. sad [ Uerei.) warj'a!i »>r .a- aet xo f.rrc a»e xbe .aice 'i ,ir. any urra • as I am tiie >c!e owner. Strut- JC-;f I, Ib.i'KE Fire Insurance. GEO. K. SHOW, Idaho. Ketchum. —Espr^aent»— Tiie Fireman's Fund 1rs. Ge„ OF CALIFORNIA. e.% luce are. an i Loss Fayment', As THE LARGEST Of Anx ConpuY OrcaiiLccd i WEST OF NEW YORK STATE. > ASSETS. GOLD, lurs.«*.!«. Apt2-trj Dunn & French J .SIXCESSOBS TO X. MADISOX,! BLACKSMITHS. LOWER MAIN street. Ar*. Prt paosi for Ait Kinds of BlackamiUaie*:, WaEua Work, Rersxrinjc. Etc. HOSSE SHOEING A Specialty. A*Fi'«r*icolar Aitentmn 20 Miner»' Work. N. MADISON, Wagon Maker and Wood Worker. Wb.-'Guarantee" Sati^'actxoa in A.11 Kind* A - Wocti Work. iUpairiiur- Ltc LApri4Lf T.E.GLQHEGY&CO. BANKERS, IDAHO KETCHUM, Transact a general banking busines iu ail its branches. Buy and sell Exglmnge on the leading eiti- > I'fthe l uitevt Stat*-«. S*>U Exchange on the principal citi* of Great Britain. Ireland. Switzerland France. Belgium. Holland, Norway Sweden. Denmark. Italy. Russia. Ger many and Austria. Collecbous made with prompt retarr,» •t lowest rates. Certificates of deposits issued pay»b.< on demand. Accounts solicited. CouutsroKonnrs : ,WciU,F%ryo4 Cc. 8llf ru^osco, i Salt Ukk, i CHKUiKF. Kiw You. . First S»tv>»4 Bftr.t . W«Ua» F IT|C A v W»d River Rni Estate, Mato?, bsanuec sad CoUeetiM htmi John C. Wait, : ; IDABft** KETCHUM. CONVEYANCING * SPECIALTY. Trauieiet» » ipeneral R**l E»:*te aoS CpB—. tien Bum a, -v*. All basin,.*« ree,'ive« prerai-t ait.-n'ton. Laacs nfvolistefi. Interest and T:*.,r*« . llonse* iesttsci ami U, nt* cslteets* 1 . Miiwa , , aruineti and repor'eti ec. References: lYickett .6 L-raiS, Boise i » Fickb»:n ,c Le«h. K»Wthn"i: R-uvrWilU« H»iier: F. E. Kn-ura. UAÜey. ito ia Palace K*s- l. I 1