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N». 36. KETCHÜM, ALTURAS COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, AUOUST 30, 1884. Yol. 3. 3öal)o ÜJctkln Keystone, -Is Issued at - IDAHO. ! j KETCHUM. 1 OSO. J. LEWIS. Publisher and Proprietor. LOCAL. [From Sunday's Daily.] Days very warm. Zamloch, the wizzard, Moudny night. Norman Ruick was up from Bellevue yesterday. A whole lot of good Democrats came to the surface yesterday. The Western Union telegraph line will be extended to Ketchum shortly. Regular services in the M. E. Church to-day at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. M., to which all are most cordiully invited. Zamloch will be on hand Monday night with his entertainment. The per formers arrived here last night. Messrs. Numnn and Moore have dis posed of their interest in the Palace Ho- i \ tel, nnd the name of the new proprietor- \ will be published to-morrow. Dan Hays, Dick Emmcrson, Sam. Woodward and George Montgomery went out for n grouse hunt yesterday, nnd the two former sharing an excess of good luck returned with ten sage liens, four grouse and a jack rabbit. At the Republican meeting last night a little mistake evidently occurred re He received Wheeler, votes for delegate, but was not gnrding Mr. some placed in nomination, names appear in the report of the meet ing, and Mr. Wheeler's name is uot The nominees among them. Cousin Bill and Bitty with the long mustache, two aspiring speculators of Hailey, nre going!?) to turn the dead horse hotel into bath house, w ith the basement und din and all the bed Cnpi Hot water will be brought If the colossal metropolitan ing room for a plunge rooms upstairs for private baths. tal scheme. (?) from Smith's hot springs, building should get too highly steamed the dogs of the neighborhood are liable to get scalded. ■lib. of Among tlie new announce! candidates to-day. is that of E. li. Lem of Hailey, at torncys lie is a graduate of Ann Har ier Law-school, and a gentleman who mon, Esq., for Probate Judge. Lemmon is a member of the firm of Fuukliouser <fc Lemmon hns made himself well and favorably known on Wood Riverin bis profession. He will be, a candidate before the Re publican County Convention, and is likely to make a strong pull for tlie po sition. An occasional stir at tbe polls yester day was caused by challenging votes, aud as Messrs. Fitzsimmons nnd Lock man played each other even tlie crowd looked on with amusement. On one in stance Mr. Fitzsimmons questioned, "No, "are you a naturalized citizen?" that settles your hash." "No sir." * air." "Well, Are you, sir, a Democrat?" "Then take a wulk, gentlemen." Lockmau s men, consequently, did not vote; but their lender had tho pleasure ol likewise playing eveu. Mr. At the Depot. Ketchum will have ns flue a freight and passenger depot building as any point on the Oregon Short Line. Fore man R. W. Stevens of the carpenters employed by the railroad, now has the same under construction nnd will have it finished shortly. The ground plan is 24x90 feet consisting of a spacious wait ing room, ticket office, freight room, aud five apartments to be occupied as a res idence by Agent A. G. Smith and family who will soon arrive from Hailey. The vue depot, and will bo not only useful but ornamental to the spot where must land all the new arrivals iu this part of building is to be of a ueat aud substan tial pattern, resembling closely the Belle country. The foundation is of stone and the joice aud sleepers, of heavy tim bers. We understand that the "Y" will soon be built, enabling the Ketchum train to right-about-face and proceed down the River in respectable order. The station boarding house is presid ed over by Mrs. MoRobbins und di.ngb ter, at present occupying a car set aside for that purpose. The hotel building referred to ing built by Louis Rourgeois, is raised and approaching completion. Mr. Smith, General Agent, w is be been transferred to Ketchum yesterday. During his absence Mr. Jones has cou 6 ducted the freight und ticket business to lmve of the terminus. A first-class store to rent. Apply to R. C. West, Enterprise Restaurant- tf Leave your orders with James Pro's (er hamburg steak. mlOtf i Territiii'hil News. R. M. O. Minty, traveling auditor for the Union Pacific, arrived last night and will transfer our R. R. Agent Smith to Ketchum, and install Si Calderhead, with his corps of assistants, in place. Chain» Messenger. . » James L. Shoup and Chns. Morler . . , - , . . .. . -, were elected delegates to attend the Re publican Territorial Convention held at Boise City, Idaho, September 11 , 1884, ... ., , . . . . . with the power to appoint proxies to at . , ,, _ tend said Territorial Convention. Inter-Idaho. ! Oov. Bonn and wife arrived Inst even j iug, and are at the Nevada Hotel. They were met at the depot by old acquaint ances—Gen. Lane, the Deer creek min ing man, Hon. E. M. Wilson nnd oth • ers. 1 i Aug. 20; Blackfoot, Aug. 31. Bishop Tuttle goes from here to Sal mon City, and some of his farther ap pointments are as follows: City, Sunday, Aug. 24; Lemhi Junction, Salmon \ Tuesday, Aug. 26; Eagle Rock, Friday, From \ Blnckfoot his son Herbert goes back to Salt Lake while the Bishop goes to Boise and Inter pushes on to Northern Idaho, visiting Lewiston, Engle Rock, and Fort Cœur d'Alene. Tit Register Pound, of the Hailey Land Office, received last evening the plats of survey sent from the Surveyor General's office, in Boise, the 8 tli instant. They were addressed ns follows; "Homer L. Pound, Register United States Land Of flee, Washington, D. C-, nnd were sent to Washington, whence they were for warded to Hailey. The plats are for land in Southi rn Lost River Valley and Lava Creek Dis j triet. j i Joe Brush, the old prospector, came j dowp from Decr creok i, lst night, and started this morning for Arizona, going by Salt Lake. ltepuhiican Meeting. ; At a meeting of the Republicans of Fitzsimmons' 1 Ketchum lost, evening it Hull, held for the purpose of nominating : ; a ticket to be vob d on ut the primary ! election on Tuesday next the following ' ; T. W. Gillette was placed iu nomiua • „ . 1 .1 . ♦ i ,, /j v r\ wimoino tion and elected, and E. 0. NY heeler Bia , 4 | B „ ; Secretary, lht object of the meeting i \ * 4 i, 1 l»a\ing been stated, noimm.tions wcie declared iu older and llit following names were submitted; L. Schweitzer, c*ted. j busiuejis b un si 1 Jos. Piuklwim, Ed. Terry, Geo. Mout Judge, gornevy, Win. Hyndmnn, Ji Fred Gooding, Geo. M. Snow, L. II. Russell, Joe Montgomery, Win. H. Greenhow and M. M. Moore. It was decided that each Republican present vote for six of the above named gentlemen, and tlie six receiving the largest number of votes were to cousti tute the regular ticket to be voted for at tlie primaries on Tuesday. The ballot j resulted in favor of L. Schweitzer, Ed. Terry, Geo. Montgomery, Jas. Judge, Fred Gooding und W. H. Greenhow. On ballot it was decided that the pri „ * maries be held at the office of E. O. Wheeler, Esq., between the hours of 2 nnd 7 p. M. Tuesday, the 26th iust., and tlie chair appointed L. H. Russell aud Felix Van Reuth tonet ns Judges. There being no further business the meeting adjourned to convene again Monday night iu tlie reading room of Fitzsimmon's Hull. Held Up. We nre urgently requested not to pub lish his name, but a certain young man of the town, somewhat intimidated by the recent robberrys and murder, w as he turned a corner, however cautiously, . , , the tinv instrument of dentil and pro I on his way home in a dark night, hold ing nervously n small silver-mounted pop-gun in his right hand. His pro j ce( , diug8 werc anticipate«, and just .« ! j | j ^ u np jM , h „ t raBmu . r llgnin ; piiril | vz , ld j tection was seized from his hands and j the command given to "hold up." A I quick search satisfied the desperado that j it was a fruitless game, nnd curiously eyeing the amall torturer by the light of a match lie handed it buck and says j "Here take the plaything, put it in your ! pocket, and go home to bed. Never The has night j covered, but goes unarmed nnd just os harmless ns ever. Ikcr re Cleaning A Repairing. Mrs. Wheeler, on Fifth street, one , west of Main, is prepared to do all j kinds of repairing, cleaning and press ing of suits und guarantees satisfaction : jul9-lm to all. Lost: A liuncb of keys, all flat ones I but two Return to Dr. Estes. Bathing suits at the Gayer Hot Springs, jtJ-tf Smelter Started. One fifty-ton furnace of the Philadel phia smelters was blown in yesterday on ores flow home mines and the Hai ley sampling works. The works have been closed for repairs some time, but are now in excellent running condition, and have plenty of ore. In addition to »vend contracts at Bullion and other ore s sampled at Hailey, the smelting company are receiving ores from the Silver King mine, at Sawtooth, from tho Bluejacket, from tho Cockhorse, Elkborn and other mines in the vicinity of Ketchum. Tho prospect for an unbroken run between * this dnte and 1885 is « ood ' 0res com - ing by rail wiU give em P loyment to teams in being transported from the * depot to the works until a side track is extended to the works. The Uoveruor'g Visit. Governor Bunn, of Idaho, Governor Eastman, of Iowa, E. M. Wilson and Mr. Harper of Wood River, nnd Dr. Brown, of Hailey, enine to Ketchum yesterday lu n private conveyance aud spent tbe day in visiting the leading business men of town, nnd the smelters, to which latter place they were accom panied by Judge Lewis, Mnj. Hyndmnn, Cashier Griffin, of t,ie First National Bunk, and others. The Governor ex- I pressed himself highlv pleased with ! ' j | j Ketchum, and believes that our re- ; I sources are in every way superior to j j those of many other Idaho points uot j The Governor's short snrvey \ j far away. of Wood River leads him to the conclu- ] i sion that Shoshone will also make a town j of much importance. The gubernatorial I ! party, after exchanging courtesies with ! many of our prominent citizens, re- I J j ! The children nnd friends of tlie M. E. 1 Sundoy School, desire in this publie j ! way to express their most hearty thanks [ turned to Hailey last evening. Card nf Thanks. I to Messrs. M. M. Moore, Peter Weber, ; John 8. Lind and the "Holland boys," , for the use of their teams in taking the I ; school to and from the Springs. Also U Mr. llm i Mrs. McKensie, for their gener- , j ous kindness in the use of their grounds and baths, and to nil the others thus in* ! tercsting themselves in the children's ! i.nnmnoQu Purfithiiv mnn nf n iMinitioaa I happiness. CertumJ} meu of a business Li, nn * n lirriiv ami irvt-rtiio who at a cost make light nnd j 05 ous »iiii.iimA.rc. Una. ,i , l00 ,... 0 ... s I * V( . childhood 8 path, desene mid will îe ♦I.« I« hnoinuoQ nf ceive the putionage 111 their business of an appreciative public. ■ Several tickets Signed iu behalf of the School: A. J. Joslyn, Pastor. The Democratic Primary. q Democratic primary came off yes terday with the lively little brush usual among the unterritied. j ere in the field, crosscutting among j t j )e vlir j on8 local and county candidates, j The following were declared elected: ! j ottenheimer. , J- Lockmnn . I T. E Clohecy ! j, m)es Moore... . . j 6 . Metzler . W. Harris. Chns. Wetzel. E. W.Jones. Horace Lewis. 254 . 144 142 .. 138 136 132 . 130 129 129 [From Tuesday's Daily.l Fish nre oommiug into market on long striugs. Passenger faro to Huiiey over the railroad is $ 1 . 00 . Don McKay was on deck yesterday und skirmished around amoug the Ketchumites "Nemo" writes a very graphic Demo cratic campaigne correspondence from Vienna. Thanks. A Howe Truss bridge with a 130-foot , span will be put in at the Gimlet crosa | iug. Material for the same lias reached Huilry. Republican politics red hot. Hurrah I for T. W. Gillette as tho right mnn for County Commissioner and Bob Cump ! ! ! I bell for Assessor! Jack Elliott and family arrived here I yesterday on their way to the moan I tains where they propose to take u few i weeks summer recreation. Regular patrons of the Keystone job office who have been lenient with us ! during election work are very heartily i thanked. AVo cannot do everything at once. Election tickets must lie had. i | j I i Mr. und Mis. L. Smiley nnd daughter j Emma arrived from Suit Lake yesterday ' and are guests at tlie Baxter Hotel. I Mrs. and Miss S-, after a brief visit on j Wood River, "ill return to Zion to spend the winter. Miss Gertrude E. Lewis nnd Muster ! CLincey Lewis departed on yesterday I morning's train for the East. Miss Ger ■ | ■ trade goes to take a course iu Mount ind her Mass., j Holyoke seminnry, brother will remain with friends iu Iowa. Halley, the home of the late Aaron Morris, raised Cl,100 in addition to the ■ $1,000 offered by I. Morris, as a rewnrd 1 for the appreh-nsion and conviction of Kctchum, where the the murderers, deed was committed, raised $ 1,000 and the Governor gave $1,000. ! Judge V. S. Anderson came down from Viennn last night, and proceeded to i Hailey. He reports times rather dull ; up the river, but lively about the Vieu- j na mill. There was a lively Democratic I meeting at Vienna on Saturday night, bonfires, etc., which whs addressed by Judge Anderson and others. Stage aud hack,drivers and their pas- | eengers complain considerable of the j unpleasant arona encountered on the i road by the slaughter house. If the | hill approaching River street on the np per road were graded a little all of them would travel the upper road coming in to town. Democratic Primaries. The delegates from Hailey are: Fred, j Johnson, G. W. Fiiylor, John Condron, j John Banfleld, W. H. Watt, Copt. Ralph j : ! Bledsoe, John Murphy, Geo. Kohlopp : and C. A. Bull. J IN HELLE VCR We nre told that two tickets were voted, strongly representingn Democratic city. The delegates elected nre represented to ; I »« b ? onr informant, Jerome Hiltz, as ; ! beil, K for Howard Gray for Sheriff. The ' names of the delegates chosen are J. C. j ■ ; j Hnrmer, Geo. \Vells, Mm. McBrien, L. j ^ onn 8 > Ostner, L. Jacoby, M. W. Scott, J. Burch and C. M. Drum. \ ] at bullion I Last evening they had a rousing Dem- j I ° c ratio meeting, and finally wound up ! by electing by acclamation the following I delegates to represent their little city in J the County Convention at Ketchum on j the 8 th of next month, viz: Thos. But ! 1er, Dun. Harrington, Col. E. A. Wail, G. 1 L. Havens, Jus. Craig, Thos. Gibbons, j j G. Z. Riptoe, Thos Conley aud Eugene j [ O'Callahnn. j Since tho i bi ve was iu type we learn i , that five out of the Bellevue delegation are for Howard Gray for Sheriff and ! I four for Pete McPhee; and four at ! , Broadford for McPhee.—Inter-Idaho. The Forwarding House. F j KeizeI nnd n L p ickenson> of ' the Idaho Forwarding Company, were * j n Ketchum Sunday viewing the situa* 1 ; tion of terminal doings with a view to move their forwarding house, now' locat- j ed at Hailey, to this point us soon as practicable. The merchants and miners of the Cliallis and Bonanza country al ready evince a disposition to ship tlieir ■ supplies via the Ketchum turminus and this trade once secured in addition to the traffic of the Sawtooth region, will make a very lively forwarding business for one or more firms here. Others, we understand, contemplate engaging iu the business. Ashes to Aslies:!) Whether tho boys in the Metropolitan were trying to give Billy Elder's watch a ceremonial burial, or whether they wanted to test the melting capacity of poor silver, or play a practical trick that's one too many for Zamloch, or whether they were driven to hard ends for fuel, or wanted to dry it off nfter a long "soak" we don't know; but Ed. Terry acciden tally chucked Billy's watch into the stove in a vain effort at slight-of-hnnd performing and now the unfortunate man wears a very bland smile and thinks(?) it's one of the best jokes on record. Perhaps Zamloch could restore the watch! The Keppbliean Primary Election To Day. The following ticket will be voted for at tbe Republican primary election to day, being for delegates to tlie Repub lican County Convention, to be held at Hailey, Sept. 4th: Joe Boggs, Hank Hyde, B. X. Boone, Fred. Gooding, Jus. Judge and Thos. Mitchell. The ticket ia a strong one, being com posed of well-known popular citizens of Ketchum, and who have been long en gaged in business here, and if elected us delegates will see that uone but good men will bo nominated for county ol fleers. Uullion Shipments. The four 12-mule teams of Charles Small and H. C. Lewis, arrived from Bayhorse Saturday loaded with 56,006 pounds of bullion from the Ramslioru smelters, aud deposited the same at the depot here for shipment East. This is the first shipment over tlie rond to this point of bullion from the other side. Go to Dick's when ut Hailey for a Jul7tf square meal. POLITICS IS VIENNA. i Democratic Enthusiasm.—Bonfires and Speeches.—^The Primary. Vienna, Idudo, August 20, 1884.—The campaign has opened here and is red hot. The Democracy held a meeting i n at night, Dr. Edward Chiles being Chairman. Although it was an import- | nut meeting over 300 sturdy Democrats assembled to listen to the stiringspeaeh e s of the true Democratic style which were made by Judge V. 8 . Anderson, Ike Whistler, Dr. Chiles, L. P. Walker, L. Coates, Jap. King, Mike Rose and C. | Tassell. Bonfires blazed and tlie meet j j n g was very enthusiastic; there is n da i termination in this part of country to | overthrow "Ring Republican Rule" and Vienna will, at the fall election, give a large Democratic majority. With three cheers and a tiger for the grand old Democratic party, the meeting adjourn ed to meet agreeable to call to nominate delegates at the primaries to-night. Meeting at the appointed time. The j ! I j j j vo,er8 eleeted H Lefevre, Jr. and L. P. : Walker, Judges of election, and Dr. ! Chiles as Clerk. A ballot being taken : J the following gentlemen were elected as delegates to represent Vienna precinct at the Convention in Ketchum on the ; 8 ept< inber. ; Jfl P' l ^ D ®; C ' ,ht< '' C ' cor t? e Francy " IK ' 1 lams ' K °° ( mc " ftml j true and who wiU ,aitb, " IIy the cause. ■ Nemo. ZAMLOCH. I Drew a Full House. -Something Im j mense for the Young Folks. ! __ Zamloch, the wizzard, drew a full house at Metropolitan Hall last evening nnd succeeded iu effectually entertain ing his audience. ltis tricks nre all ueutly performed, and many of them nre j new and original. The spirit table, j bell and goblin drum are qnite n mys j tery, and a very successful exposition of i spiritualism. The trip to the infernal regions was immensely attractive. Many ! valuable presents were given away at ! the close of the performance. Territorial News. Bellevue Chronicle. ! Hnrry HaigUt " Dd " ife left °" yest ° r ' : (lay's train for Sfc. Arenas, Cal., where Harry was in the hotel business for ten 1 . ..... ; years. Tlie remains of their little son _ . . _ . were sealed 111 a zinc casket ana shipped j I to the same piece for burial. 1 Watermelons raised on the Malud, this county, retailed here for 75 cents to $1. 50 a piece. ! j Tlie Minnie Moore hns shipped over inn tons of ore since the big strike was made uear the 3Cin.foot level. IivQieter. Hou. Theo. F. Singiser, delegate to Congress, passed through town on Sun day on his way to northern Idaho. He will return and visit his friends in Oni da couuty in n few days. Boise Democrat. D. S. Waterbary, J. Sage nnä R. Sage arrested on charge of murdering the young ludy who was supposed to hrve committed suicide, at Middleton, week before last, were held in $5,000 bail, each, by Judge A. E. Calloway, in de fault of which they were brought here and lodged in jail to await the grand jury. Richard Gaugh, for furnishing one of the prisoners n pistol, w as also held iu $5,000 bail, aud is also iu jail. The theory of the prosecution is that Water bury and the two Sages outraged nnd That such then murdered the girl, were the facts Mr. Cnhnhin thinks he oau fully establish. The feeling of the people was so strong against the prisou ers, Mr. Cahalan says, that they barely escaped lynching. Idaho Avalanche. Frank M. Hunt is now at Lost Rivei. He thinks that the most extensive miu ing country he ever saw, nnd that it w ill prove to be tlie largest ever found. One j of the ledges is 1.000 feet w-ide, but the ()re j 8 j ow grade, Mrs. Hunt will join him soon. Mark Leonard was the happiest mau in town on Monday morning, because he was a "dad," and the youger branch of the family a boy. The Statesman of n recent date gave a purported interview with a "crank," on the subject of letting Washington Ter . , , ritory and Montana take Nortli Idaho, nnd then let the balance of tbe Territo ■ ry be annexed to Nevada. Of course , „ , the interview was merely intended us a joke, but there is an old adage that , "there's many a truth told iu a joke,' and as such is the case, would it not be well enough to have the question of an annexation to Nevada voted upon by the people of this Territory nt the next j general election? It would do no harm, : nnd would show conclusively how the j people stand upou the question. -Ava Innche. [From Wednesday *• Daily.] A Badlne's Mishap. i Under this head n very enterprising and ambitious poetical aspirant of Hai ley ''paralyzes" a Ketchum damsel, but doesn't stop to consider that not long since | A aw 11 cf a pallet from Hatter. Enveloped in cotton and paint-, Struck out for the Snriiiira verv uaily Hut g rew on the journey quite faint. She'd a foot like the box of a fiddle. An a like the stick of a mop. She threw up her toes And he irrabtwd tor his nose As she fell on the sofa "ka-fiop." With a chin like the stem of a skillet. And a grin like a cut in a squash. She arose. No effort conid kill "it.*' The fainting > a humbug and bosh. He was stunned when she called her him "darling," For lie feared she was going to slop; And the scent of her wizen too much in hizen, Bo he took the first wagon to Yop. The Republican«. The Republican primary yesterday was attended by much enthusiasm by the supporters of the two tickets, and a lively scene surrounded the polls from the time they were opened till they were closed. Strife amoug eleetioneer ers was a prominent feature of the day, they having resorted to every coneeiva j ble menus to secure votes. Among oth ! er resurrections resorted to was a Chi naman, who, one side discovered, was a I naturalized citizen. The votes polled numl>ered 254, against 261 at the Demo cratic primary. Card of Thanks. For myself, nnd in behalf of my fntni : ly I desire to express sincere and heart ! felt tlinnks to tlie citizens nnd officials j °t Alturas county for the great kindness, : sympathy nnd helpfulness on the occa sion of the death of our relative, Aaron ! Morris. j All that human kindness could do to assist us in bearing the heavy burden of ; this great grief hns been done nnd i gratefully will ever remember these ef ; forts of loving sympathy. Isadob Mobris. I i I i we Zamloch. Zamloch drew a much larger house last night, andall seemed highly pleased with the programme. The coffee trick was considered immense. The cabinet performance, in which Zamloch and his j a " istont difled tb ' k lots and 8cruUny ! of a ha If dozen meu from the audience, ! drew great interest and was the crown , , ; trick of the night. Two more perfor mauces will be given with new features, j valuable tea set to Al. Culp, j j Among the presents given away was a Registration of Voters. ■ - There still seems to be a misunder ; ; standing among many voters herea j bouts in regard to the requirements of them in the net of registration. Not Withstanding our frequently repeated statement tliat it costs nothing to reg ister and become a voter of the county, some maintain that the 50 cents paid the Register for each name comes out of their pockets. Not so. The connty pays for it, and the voter is required merely to state his name. have adopted a signal to be displayed on all Postofflces in the United States, twenty-four hours before the approach of a eolil wave. The signal is New weather Signal. The Postofflce and War Department white flag with n black square in the center. The postmasters at nil telegraph sta tions nre to receive telegraphic advice, nnd it will be their duty to notify offices at'which there is no telegraphic com municatious. The Deer Trail. Plntt, is allowing up evidences of wealth j The 1H . er Trail mvll ed by Lemmon Sc that will make it one of tlie mines of , this section. It is situated near Warm Springs, this side of the Smoky divide. Tlie average of six assays taken last week shows 190 ozs. of galena, pyrites and sulphurets. ow ners have au incline on the mine of 70 feet, and have run a tunnel of 130 feet. It is a composition The Republican Primary Election. a The Republican primary election was , ... a lively one yesterday, voters rolling in from ull directions, j The following is a list of the gentle ! , : men elected, and the votes they received: Geo. Montgomery a £ y Terry. M'm. Greenhow. L. Schweitzer. Fred. Gooding. ■* oe Bogu s . J. M. Burnett, Superintendent of Bridges for the U. P. K. K. Co., arrived in Ketchum ou yesterday evening's train. He is taking a look over the bridging which is to be done between 187 178 136 185 .240 216 , Ketchum aud Hailey. We understand I tbe bridges are all to lie Howe Truss. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Assessor. Robert Campbell, of Ketchum, hereby announces himself a candidate for As sessor of Alturns county, subject to the wishes of the Republican County Con vention. Respectfully, Rorebt Campbeii,. For District Attorney. A. M. Eunkhouser, of Hailey, an nounces himself a candidate for the of fice of District attorney of Alturns Coun ty, subject to the action of the Demo cratic County Convention. For Probate Judge. Henry C. Street, of Ketchum. will ho a candidate before the Democratic coun ty convention for the office of Probate Judge of Altnras Couuty. Far Representative. I hereby announce myself as s candi date for Representative in the Idaho Legislature, subject to Uie decision of tbe Republican County Convention. E. O. Wheeleb. Respectfully, Far Representative. I announce myself ns a candidate for the House of Representatives, subject to the decision of the Democratic Coun ty Convention of Alturas Connty. J. C. Dow. For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself ns » candi date for renomination for Sheriff of Al turns county, subject to the action of the Rcpnblioan County Convention. C. H. Fi bf.v. For Auditor and Recorder. I hereby nnnnnnce myself n candidate for reuomiuation for Auditor aud Re corder of Alturns comity, subject to the decision of the Republican County Con vention. C. B. Fox. For Probate Judge. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Probate Judge subject to the decis ion of the Republican Convention, and if nominated, I will devote my entire time and attention to the discharge of the duties ol said office. Respectfully, E. B. Lemmon. Freight from the Depot. NF M. Moore <fc L. D. Newman wish to inform the citizens of Ketchum that they nre ready to deliver freight from the depot to any part of town upon I short notice, ns we have made the nec i essarv arrangements to do the same. I All orders left at the Palace Hotel office i will promptly attended to. tf \ j To Let or For Sale. Desirable two-story frame building on Main street—suitable for grocery store or hotel. Apply to 1st Nat. Bk. aug.27tf For Rent. A good dwelling house for rent, price $10 per month. Inquire at the Re store office. nug.14 tf Judge Hunter of Salt Lake, President of the Qeen of the Hills mine, Bellevue, and party of fourteen stockholders ; reached Bellevue to . duy OD a to „r of in. j spection. They will probably decide j upon improvments and soou begin ship | ping ore. j Travel on the Oregon Short Line has i been steadily improving during the last ! mouth. Yesterday there were curried between Ketchum and Shoshone, 52 passengers. I. I. Lewis Sc Son. druggists, have just received a fine lot of fishing tackle. Call Mny3tf and see it. ! Slip in and look at the fine line of ! gents' clothing just receivedat Pinklium à Lewis's. ju25tf Every family in Ketchum should use Frank Siddull s soap, for sale by Pink ham It Lewis, jllStl Go to me popular Hailey Restaurant hen down the river aud get a square Jnlltf meal. j the market, Lewis. Siddall's soap cun be used in cold wa ter, and guarrauteed to be the best in For solo by Pinklium Sc jU5tf The now butchers, B. L. Rice Sc Co., will sell choice beefsteak at fifteen cents ] und prime mutton at twelve and oue : half cents. | nng'2 tf The celabrated "Orange Blossom" aud imported "Paul Morphy" cigare tire the pest iu the market. Give them a trial, Jy9tf For sale by James Judge. Lost: Bevolver, in black holster w ith ; name J. C. Godfre yon butt, ivory han dle. Fiuder will be suitably rewarded ! by leaving it at Baxter's Hotel. For Sale, at Lewis Sc Son's drug store, ; 3t i box of Homoepathy medicine, the gcuuine German tinctures and pow nug23tf Lost: A garnet pin at the celebration ball. Tbe finder will be duly rewarded by leaving the sanio at this office. aug23tf a der». Fine assortment of Eastern sash, doors, j mouldings, weights and pulleys, black w alnut counter tops, wainscotting, flooring, etc., just received nt Pinkhuni A Lewis's. tf The Croy street Millinery of Hailey, will commence closing out its stock, con sisting of all classes of milliuery and no tious, at cost on July 5th; also carpets, fixtures, provisions, stoves, furniture, etc. j!4-3t Mr. A. B. Roberts, the Pioneer tomb stoue dealer of Idaho, cumo up yester day aud erected a fine monument at tho ; grave of Jas. Coppuck. Mr. Roberts j wiu i*, i n Ketchum next week taking Jul7 U orders for tombstone work.