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IDAHO WEEKLY KEYSTONE.
4
No. 41.
KETCHUM, ALTURAS COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1884,
Vol. 8.
3bftl)o Ulcekhj Kcnstonc,
Mr.
his
left
It
on
when
country
time,
put
with
quire.
The
leading
towns
summer
und
farm
and
groves
clumps,
-Is Issued at-—
IDAHO.
KETCHUM,
CÄJU O. CZJkWSOW.
^Publisher and Proprietor.
LOCAL.
[Prom Sunday'« Dally !
The roads are In fine condition for
freighting.
Don't get left on the register busl
taess—only twenty-three more days.
The ungentle zephyrs fanned the dust
in tho streets yesterday and swept the
floating rubbish into the alleys.
The Bay Horso and Challis regions arc
now tributary to Ketchum, as are like
wise the new Lost River camps.
Train loads of freight leave every day
for the Salmon River country over the j ties
now Ketchum aud Challis road.
Fine bullion in the shape of 130-pound
bricks comes in regularly from the Vien.
na mill. The average is one brick a day.
Ketchum is rapidly becoming tlie
great freighting and business center of
the rich and extensive mineral fields that
freight
gion
party
and
enna
surround it.
Tbo sbrubbry of the valley Is attired
in the gayest of Dolly Vurdeu suits, but
the high mountain peaks plain white
prevails again.
John Burns, of Vienna, has succeeded
in getting all the grain recently for
warded to himself and the Vienna Min.
Co.—upwards of 40,000 pounds—loaded
aud started for its destination.
This is Sunday, and we should all at
tend church. One day in seven is little
enough to devote to religion, since we
are all Ruble to go more or less astray
during the balance of the week.
The now route to Challis, Day Horse,
Kiunikinie and Lost River over the
Ketchum aud Challis road, is now the
^'hosen one, aud all
1« by . 0 <"da the best road we have in aud
->ut "to the ;«ror* WKS built to bcue -
other
on
tlie
cluing
be
mand
The
held
body
and
24
Has
Mr.
lows:
vho travel it say it
fit.
Pumpkins,squashes, UOtstoes nud otb
er vegetables, raised on low "T " °°d R<v- ,
er, are iu.market by the quant, .'v.
Wood River country Is rich in a variety J ,,
to
The
ait products, aside from Its already es
tablished mineral wealth.
The Boise valley fruits in market here fi 0
Are fully ns sound and richly flavored ns
the very best cultivated in California aud
Oregon. Some of the pimu3 are Hour
ly a* lurge as ordinary apple«, aud we
volunteer the assertion they would bear p i
off the prize at any State fair in the
The
of
•country.
Mr. Robort Campbell, Republican can
didate for Assessor, came iu from Smoky
and head of Wurm Springs creek yes
1 er day, where ho has been several weeks
working properties and doing annual
He looks in good trim for
assessments,
tho approaching canvass, and does not
• ppear uneasy as to the final result.
Yesterday was Weekly day with the
KEYSTONEnud we are unavoidably a lit
llo short of rending matter this morn
Two papers in ouo day is a good
ing.
deal, but we live at the end of the rail
road, you know, and must keep right up
with Chicago and other progressive
towns along the line.
The political candidates are rubbing
their war harness, jiutting on paint
The hair
up
aud girding np their loins,
will begin to fiv
found dead In this Territory without a
soon. A candidate
copy of the Daily aud Weekly Keystone
his person must not look for courte
ales at tho hands of a Coroner. Reflect
as "Yellow Dog Brown," according to
the Hailey papers, on rnui.y —
Hailey, was accidently shot in the thigh
pistol said to have been
hands of Jo*'" Gnrwin.
on
on this.
J. B. nnthaway, sometimes known
by a ball from a
fired from tho
The wound is not dai«"°"»> Brown
around again in a few
1>
will probably
days.
,. Hold nc-.t week.
examination of Gnrwin will
Notice.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to James Moore, tt Ketchum,
Are notified that their accounts have
been placed in tho hands of John 0.
Walt, Fsq., for collection, and that they
will Bare costs by making immediate
payment to him.
tf
To Let cr For Sale.
Desirable two-story frame building on
Main street—suitable for grocery store
ot hotel. Apply to
First National Bank.
aug?7tf
The Croy street Millinery of Hailey,
will oommencc closing out its stock, con
sisting of »U classes of millinery and no
tions, at cost on July 6th; also carpets,
fixtures, provision», stove», furniture,
>fe.
|I4M
Mr. 'Thomas Prior having disposed of
his Interest in the lion Tun restaurant,
left yesterday for San Francisco.
It is arranged for the mails to go to
Sawtooth and Vienna every other day
on horseback; but at the samo time
when tliero are passengers for tbo upper
country who v. ish to go through on
time, the manager of the line, Mr. Moore,
authorizes ns to say that they will be
put through in large Concord coaches,
with four or six horses as occasion re
quire.
The country along the main road
leading from Ketchum to the lower
towns has many attractions since Indian
summer set iu. The improved inrms
und ranches, nent dwellings and
farm buildings, bronzed stubble fields
and pastures, with the yellow aspen
groves and bright'y attired willow
clumps, bring to mind the autumn beau
Mr.
Tho
Dad's
from
and
The
custody
ties and attractions of an old settled
,
find
We
STO«
job
Old
of
community in the States.
Since Ketchum lias become the central
freight and business point for a vast re
gion of country, some enterprising
party could make money by putting in
telephone lines to upper Wood River
and Sawtooth camps. The line to Vi
enna would take in Boulder station [now
A
ore
vada
790.
bars
becoming noted for its wealth of ores),
An*
As
of
will
tice
Galena, Sawtooth and Vienna,
other lino to Bayhorse, Lost Hirer,
Challis and Bonanza, would complete
The advantages ao
tlie grand circuit,
cluing from these telephone lines would
Business interests de
be incalculable,
mand it, nud vve will yet have it.
ber
came
and
ma,
the
you
yon
MAURICE TERRY.
The Particulars of His Tragic Death as
Drought Out at the Inquest.
Tbo following is a report of the inquest
held by Judge F. W. Scoville upon the
body of Maurice Terry, found dear! three
and one-linlf miles below Vienna, Sejit.
24 til, 18-4:
Maurice Terry, deceased, was born in
Waterford, Ireland. Is 41 years of age.
Has a brother living in New York State,
Mr. Hynes was called and stated as fol
lows:
,
J ,, orted hnd t i, ilt day been hurt by a
horse, und Mr. Terry being a personal
friend of bis wanted to go to liim. Tho
On Friday. Sept. 12th, 1684, Mr. Terry
hired a Iioiso of me to go to Sawtooth
to sec Sir. Simon Halley w ho it was re
We
fi 0 rse, wit '11 .«addle and bridle on, w as
p i aC c to ebop timbers,
The jury rendered a verdict tliut the
deceased came to his death by being
thrown from his horse aud kicked on tho
forehead, thereby fracturing his skull,
together with exposure caused
found next clay about 200 yards from
where deceased was afterwards found.
in
The body was discovered on t lie evening
of Sept. 24!h by an Italian in search of a
and,
death.
Foreman of Jury, Ficvnk Canfield,
Mike Rose,
John Siioi-fnei:,
for
N. W Emery.
D. W. Reiley,
Dennis K.vllahan.
Vienna, Thursday 1 r M. Sep. 25,1891.
THE A. O. L'. W. BALL AT BULLION.
A General Good Time for All Present.
A number of the citizens of Ketchum
attended the A. O. U. W. ball at Bullion
Those who were there
Friday evening,
say it was certainly the grandest affair
Bullion lias ever seen aud one the A. O.
U. W. may well bo proud of. Every
member mado himself a committee of
a
one to insure the success of tho evening.
The music was excellent, nud was under
the direction of Prof. Delius, and the
floor under the able and efficient man
agement of Messrs. Marks, McPherson
to and beCi a jj prominent citizens and

irarur-YT u
1 , Bellevue aud Hailey were
well represented by tlie order, while
many friends of the A. O. U. W. were
also present.
A good supper was served at 12 by tbo
well-known and popular caterers, N.
Millich and bis estimable wife, who
were indefutigablo in their efforts to
please all present. Billy Welch, the
popular stage man, was shining like an
evening star and claimed tho cako as tho
belle of the bull.
ForthoaboTe pointers, we are in
debted to R. C. West, ot tho Enterprise
Restaurant, who attended the ball, aud
would not have missed it for anything.
Slip in snd look at tho fine line of
gents' clothing just received at Pinkbam
A Lewis's. ju25tf
IZotohui
few
will
in
have
0.
they
on
store
Biddall's soap cun be used In cold wa
ter, and guarranteed to bo the best in
tho market. For sale by Pinklinm &
Lewis.
jllutf
at the Guy or Hot
j!3-tf
Bathing suits
Springs.
con
no
Every family in Ketchum should use
Frank Biddall's soap, for sale by Pink
ham A Lewis.
jU5tf
Fresh oysters in »very style at the
Boo Ton.
•eptiatf
[From Wednesday's Daily.!
Mr. Tom Mulkey has returned from
Sawtooth.
Tho Vienna stage was well filled with
passengers yesterday.
Jerome's "Bob" was a passenger on
Dad's stage yesterday.
John Dugdala and Pat Hyde came in
from Vienna last night.
Alfa
Muldoon
siderable
opment.
The
Nathan Ascha was discharged from i
the
Dud's stage had several passengerB ! output
and a large quantity of fruit for Challis.
The Owl Club of Bellevue is making ' no t
custody at Hailey last Friday.
is
preparations for a grand ball on Friday j through
evening, Oct. 31st.
erected,
vith
,
find ready sale at the restanrants. j pany
We arc just as well fixed at the Key- j
STO« office to turc cut neat and cheap atlon,
job workas any office in the Territory, tons
Mr. Joseph Boggs, Jr., of the firm of
Old Joe Boggs A Co., came in on last and
evening's Vienna stage. Ho went up from
Saturday on a business trip. and
the
and
The boys daily bring up largo strings i does
of trout from the river, for which they
A Salt Lake paper gives the amount of
ore received from Wood River and Ne
vada during the past week valued at $7,- I tion
The Vienna Mining Co. sent five j
j and
fill
which
790.
bars of bullion valued at $7,484.
As will be seen by an ad. headed I
"Found," some body has losta fine span ;
of work horses. We hope the Keystone
will bring the lost property to the no
tice of the owner.
.
11
mines
thing
the
Judge Geo. W. McAllister, fora num
ber of years a resident of Sawtooth,
came in on lust night's Vienna stage,
and ieaveM this morning for New Taco
ma, out ou the Sound.
Candidates for the different offices are
getting very handsome cards printed at
the Keystone office,
you don't get your cards printed at the
Ketstone office, you can't blame us if
yon are not elected.
Tbo Hailey papers complain of con
siderable sickness in that town—some
twenty odd cases being under the phy- !
ling
ing
Remember, if
nm,
is
I the
from
sician'scare. Ketchum continues healthy I
except in numerous cases of colds and i
a
! tons
Mr. J. A. Rupert, assistant Commis- , ns
sioner of Alturas county for collecting
ores, cereals, information, etc., for the [ 113
hoarsenoss.
it—. < - irt onr . s AVorid' Fair, is ill town. 1 „I
We will give an account of his trip and 1 ,md
works in to-morrow's Keystone.
as
feet
If you will look in the fourth column,
local page, under the head of "New To
day," you will see a modest little card
in which are the names of three promi
nent and capable citizens of Ketolium—
namely: non. Jos. C. Dow, L. B. Robin
sou, Geo. Metzler. They will all see
you later.
The Keystoke columns are free as air
a
ty
for the ladies iu their announcements of
meetings or gatherings of any kind in
,ith their benevolent, phil
of
a
connection
anthropic or other labors of charity,
Don't wait for an
love and religion,
introduction. The latch string is al
ways in sight.
The Thosa McAllister Troupe left for
Bullion on tlie Monday morning's train.
They played three nights here and gave
universal satisfaction. Tbej' have gone
below, and will play in Bullion several
nights. Wo can honestly recommend
this troupe as performing all it adver
tises to do, and it is composed of Indies
nud gentlemen who nre devoted to their
calling.
Opening of the Political Roundup.
affair
O.
of
under
the
man
and
Hon. T. F. Singiscr, Republican can
didate for re-election to tho position of
Congressional delegate; Judge Geo. M.
Parsons, Republican candidate for re
election to the office of Probate Judge,
llon- D' Bruner,
present Dist. Att y, aud Commissioner
J. K. Morrell, made a flying triji from
Halley to Ketchum Sunday. They re- :
eeived a hearty greeting at the hands of ;
■ ttittwiil Uv
were
while
were
tbo
N.
who
to
the
an
tho
in
aud
of
1
!
j
I
their numerous frieuds aud acquaint
ances hero.
Messrs. Bruner and Morrell are not
candidates for re-election and eonse- j
quently arc not troubled as to tlie final
clean up. Messrs. Singiscr and Parsons I
acknowledge their good intentions and !
aspirations, and do not propose to
their lights under a buslicl. They dis- j
played largely their usual good nnture,
sociality and gentlemanly conviviality,
for which they are noted. They did not
attempt to disguise the fact that they
arc just at this time on a very anxious
hide I
seat, aud came not with battle-axe and
horse pistol to destroy, but with tho j
wa
in
&
olivo branch, tho insignia of pence and
good will, in one hand and a friendly grip
in tho other, with a smilo for all and a
Hot
j!3-tf
frown for none. It would seem like a
tragedy to defeat these men; but the
use
Pink
brave, tlio beautiful and tbo good must
take their desperate chances with others
jU5tf
the
If they will persist tn going to wsr.
.
A
LITTLE WOOD RIVEB.
Alfa 1rs In and Aboat Muldoon.—The
Smelter, Coneenfriilor, and Mines.
Although tho mining region around
Muldoon seems quiet, yet there is con
siderable going on in the line of devel
L.
opment.
The Little Wood River Mining nud
Smelting Co., have 40 men at work in
the mine and concentrator. The daily
output is about 40 tons, of which 10 tons
no t concentrated.
uni
is carbonate and first-class ore, which is
The balance goes
through the fine concentrator recently
i
erected, which runs night and day aud
The concentrates,
vith tho other ores, then go to the com
!
pany , 8 smelters, and are .educed to I
bullion. The smelter , are now in oper- I
atlon, nfrnlng oft ,f ****** fire ;
tons of bullion every 25 hours.
The whole concern, mine, smelter,
and all and being worked on a lease
from the company to Col. Baliantine |
and Fulton Haight.—the former giving
the smelting his immediate attention, |
and the latter having the ore produc- I
does g 00 d work,
tion and management of the mines in
charge. They make an excellent team, j
and by their energetic, able, and skill- tv
fill management deserve the success |
which seems already arrived. Their en
;
j
terprise and confidence in the construe- !
. i
11 1 1 sl ' ° er .i_t ..tiatoi im n
diately after acquiring the lease of the j
mines and smelters, prove a happy
thing for t.ie whole camp, as it demon- j
strates the fact that by concentration j
the Little Wood River ores will l ,n 3' j
haudsome returns for money and labor
!
invested nud by this process of hand
ling ore it vv i ]i become one of the lead
ing mining camps of the country.
The Independence. !
i
This is another prospect near Ketch
It
!
nm, that promises to make a mine,
is located about one-half mile east of
I the Baltimore, and less than two miles 1
Nine tons of ore re
over 15
ell
from the Eikhorn.
I oeEltly sent down to tha £n , elu . rs horc
i
netted SI, 194.
! tons of ore out, am-, the mine looks
, ns far ns dovelopuunta have progressed,
There are two tmu els on the Vein, on. i
[ 113 the other 130 feet in length; and '
There is now
1 „I
1 ,md tunnels. The'..,« is two to five
v'oH.v tuen 'te û
!
!
feet in width, tho ore chlorides and ga
lena. The first-class is also high in I
, . ,
lend— 54 per cent, -the second-class
There is a good wagon
The proper- j
'
about 34 lead
road to the Independence and other j
prospects in that vicinity,
ty is owned by W. T. Popham, Geo. i
Johnson and one or two others.
bein
; The
} good
will make the best showing at New Or- j ^
leans of any county in the whole range
Tarn to and Assist.
If we all lend a helping hand, Alturas
and
of North American fields, so far as num- j , i(t
ber of mines and prospects, variety, ()rc
qualitv, quantity and beauty of ores are
., , , i
concerned. Of course, we nave refer- j
, , . , ,1
ence to onr particular kind of
ores—galenas, carbonates, gray eop
ctc., etc., peculiar
ranges, and recognized as 1
smelting ores. Yet in the county there
are some veins of milling ores, and in
a number of localities nearly free gold
ores have been found. The samples
I New
I
to !
pers,
base
'
,
should be of good size, as a large speci
men conveys an idea of ore in quantity
virile a small and rich one
or bulk,
might leave the impression that tlie vein
was narrow and the ore limited in ex
tent.
Johu pinotto> o( Saw tooth, who was
—, _ , -1..„ i,„ »aliin.. «ruler the
wheels of a lumber wagon, died Sunday
. .....
morning about davhght.
: , , . , , , , ,,
had resided several years in saw tooth,
;
John Piuotte Dead.
Mr. Piuotte
!
1 and for sometime post was in partner- j
,
ship with Mr. Joe Pearson in the livery;
;
! stable and ranching business. He liada j
j large acquaintance and was liked by all ;
who knew- him. His wife and sister- '
in-law have not long been in this conn
I try, and speak only their native tongue !
—Italian. A large number of his friends !
ecompauied him to his last rC8ting
j
I
!
j
I
a
place, where, iu the shadows of the
mighty Sawtooth peaks, he rests from [
the cares and turmoils of the world. I
!
!
Something Useful tu Miners.
Lieutenant Dick, of the Russian army,
j has discovered a new luminous powder
| which has three colors—green, yellow
] and violet, the last named gives a pow- !
Mixed with water in a glass |
erful light.
a
a ; vessel, an illuminating fluid is produced j
the which mny prove very useful in mining 1
ThoiUuminnt- ;
: aud military operations,
i ing powder lusts for eight hours, when j
fresh powder must be added.
ÄISINÖ 1AUWTES. The
- more
A Party of Wealthy Mine Operators and j j
Business Men Pome to See the I
Wcalth and Beauties of ! ton
the W'ood Illver j wiI1
Country. : after.
Our
Mr. Wm. H. Stevens, of Detroit; Col.
and
L. H. Tierce, and Messrs. Chas. G. s q
Wicker and John Borden, prominent tbron
capitalists of Chicago, arrived in Ketch- I tbifJ
uni by Saturday's train.
These gentlemen came with a view of
; over
; Mr.
visiting the Wood River country Ior | up
. cently
Mr. Stevens is the gentleman who dte-j for
i covered and successfully worked the
both pleasure and profit.
;
! Iron Silver mine, at Leadville, out of tbe
I'which he has taken eighteen million erec
I gr03g> B „ a paid flve miuiona in j
I dividentU to stockholders.
; „ ß comp]imeutury to This scctiuh of i
uur miljißg country to know
that Mr. Stevens and his friends are in- i
tere3te d in tUe Buzzo Silver Mining j
| Compa « T , wMch owns the Alien group,
|
I
ing
hearse
;
j town
!
located about six miles up Warm Springs j
I street
Creek, and in one of the finest mineral j ban[ld
belts the Wood River eonntry can boast
of. It is a satisfaction tons all, too, to
j Hee that under development the proper
tv mentioned is showing favorably and
| giyea promi8e o{ i )eiug one among the
! date
j best plants yet established in the al- ,
! v famnn* Wood River mineral held 1
i ready iamous wooajmcr nmicxAi neici. | his
h. C. Parks, Esq., of the ttrm of 1>urts » ! he
j Dari3 & C o., manufacturing chemists of j |imp
Detroit .also of the Buzzo Company, was
j bere ] a£d week, and examined the Co's.
j proper t y thoroughly aud went away
3' j roueli pleased with it in all its features
last
new
out
man;
and developments.
These gentlemen are not unfamiliar
with mines and mining life, the trials. ;
:
troubles, drawbacks and set-backs inci- for
! deut to the aavrinC0Iuellt of n prospect 1 neat
i from its discovery until it arrives at that ,
ripe and satisfactory stage when it be- 1
It comes a paying producer. They will
!
of take a look around over our district and
i the
1 note its features and see some of its
!
re- prospects and mines before they leave.
We are pleased to have men of this kind I
15 see our country and examine it thor
ell oughly, for we are convinced that it
a
:
' as
i
and ' interested iu some mines on Deer Creek.
will bear inspection.
Messrs. Fierce, Borden and Wicker are
five
! Mr J. C. Weston, of Bassett gulch,
! Warm Springs Creek, has been in town a ; to
ga
in I
lo _„_ tlvr) He is interested iu the :
day or two. ue is inieresieu m -
Leila and Baltic locations, of which he A
we
,
j gettiug some high grade ore. I here is
also good ore in the Baltic, and as far as
' worked, both prospects give promise of
g something more than ordinary,
in the Leila they are
j is the discoverer,
Geo. i
bein
; The Bassett gulch veins are usually of ;
} good width, and average high iu silver
It will yet be a lively camp, ;
Or- j ^ ^ gomo ycry valuable loca . i
range
and lead.
tions, one of which, the Lucky Boy, is ;
num- j , i(t iiining considerab i e notoriety us an
()rc prodacer .
are j
i Salt Lake quotations, bept. 2Sth.
refer- j
,1 SILVER,
of
eop
as 1
there
in
gold
$1.10 3-8 per oz.
50 13-16 jicr oz.
I New York
Sait Lake 3 ets. less than N. Y. quota- j
!
$3.65.
I Loudon
to !
'
, tions.
LEAD.
New York, bid per 100 pounds
!
[From Vedneüday's Daily.]
Rain iu the valley.
Snow on the mountains.
Silver was 1.10 3-S in New York Sun
day.
speci
one
vein
ex
Two hundred and ninety-two names
1 tho register. j
was
the
Sunday
,,
tooth,
The rich Ophir, of Boulder, contin
ues to yield up its treasures.
Daily Keystone, ten for one dollar.
Sam- i
Weekly, eight copies, one dollar,
pic copies m
T. E. Clohecy & Co. are putting up a 1
land of supplies for use of miners ou the 1
j
i
<_ lark s train take s
Piuotte
! head of Smoky.
partner- j
them over,
livery;
; There is some considerable building
liada j .
by all ; beiDg d ° UC 10 Ketchum ' 1U the way OI
sister- ' new dwelUn S 8 » additions, etc., of which
conn- wo wlU t:lkc uote m dU0 time '
tongue ! Diuklinm " Lewis sent up a lot of
friends ! supplics ycatcrd! ' y '° the Eas ' Fork
rC8ting ^ncentrator; also, a lot to black s set
ttemeut, on Lower Mood River.
the
from [
I
A fuil rcjiort of the commemorative
! services of the Jew ish Festival, Yom
! Kippur, is published iu this morning's
Keystone, for which we are indebted
to the News-Miner.
D. W. Groves, M. MeLauo and James
army,
powder Loomis, left yesterday for the State of
to as-ist in the
Chihuahua, Mexico,
yellow
pow- ! building of two silver mills now being
glass | erected by Cajit. J. K. Owens.
John Gilman, assisted by Hailey aud
produced j
mining 1 Bullion subscriptions, is making caleu
; lutions and preparations for building a
The
when j railroad from Hailey to Bullion.
Mtimstwd eost is $80,000.
The pleasant face of C. W. Toyet •ara»
more than usually agreeable last even- !
j occasjùned by tll0 asri val from Kel- j The
. , .. . . |
ton of Mrs ' Toyer und chlldrtn ' wbo
wiI1 ""ke this their residence hero
after.
All
Our description of the country round i vont
and about us, the substance of which we ; closed
s q atezed f rom Mr. Rupert as he hurried ; remained
tbron gjj t u%vn Monday, is too long for ! last
tbifJ mondn g' 8 paper, and we hold it | history
S pie
over a day.
Mr. C. Schwamb, the undertaker, was j by
up yesterday from Hailey. He has re-j
cently received two fine hearses, one | Hall.
for liailey aud BeUevue B nd one for | similar
Ketchum. HU office will be adjoining i and
tbe Golden Gate stables, where he will Hebrew
erec t the necessary buildings for keep- the
necessary buddings P
^ buiIding8 for winter Ble . I vices
Main tho
Isadore
wartz.
ing und preparing bodies for burial, also
hearse room, and will pat in a telephone.
Improvements contiouefcll around the
town in the shape of new dwellings, re
pairing of old buildings, construction of
street are putting on new faces under the cake,
ban[ld of , tbe carpen ( crs and pa mters. ty-four
Arnoug them Charley Tngue's Nevada :
Saloon has undergone a change of phys
luter
was
bers
ioguomy for the better.
N. M. Kuick, Esq., Democratic candi
date for District Attorney, came up on
He is not out for
, . „ . A
his healtllj fov physically and mentally
he is sound us a new dollar. He comes ver,
|imp , ^ meet old friends and make ! FuIdj
last evening's train.
new ones, and warm himself up for the ,
Mr. R. is well known through- j Mrs.
out Altnrus county; he is a rising young j W.
man; has served as Deputy District At- | berger,
canvass.
;
toruey for two years, and if elected will j ris.
: doubtless make au efficient officer.
!
Dr. O. B. Estes, Democratic candidate j L.
for coroner, has bad a large number of |
1 neat cards printed, which he wiU dis- |
, nmong tUe yoters oI , he contlty . |
1 Doctor is an experienced j
practitioner> and jf elected will perform I weis,
Marx.
i the duties of the office iu a manner 1
dignity of his pro- !
becoming the
! fession. There is one thing certain, if I
I
a man is called upon to shuffle off this j salad,
rnortal coil iu hurry, tho doctor will |
: come as near bringing him back to life fee,
' as any mortal can.
and
tion,
the
j
well
the
BALTIMORE ORE.
A Fine Specimen Tor New Orleans.
Yesterday our attention was attracted
; to n magnificent specimen of galena ore
: lving on the sidewalk 111 front of Gillette
- ^
A Evans' hardware store. On inquiry
we found it to bo a sample of ore from
, . , . . - j to
the Baltimore vein, owne an wor HOC
by tlie Baltimore A 3ietona Mm Co. 1 ^
"the property lies between the Eikhorn
and North Star, and abont four miles
The specimen weighs
! late
! dies
I
I the
1 ley,
i
!
; from Ketchum.
115 pounds, and is intended for the
; Wood River collection to the New Or
. i jeans Exposition. It is a beautiful piece
is ; of mineral, the glittering galena, bright j
green copper and chlorides, giving a va
riely of rieb hues and colors that make
1
But it is :
it noticeable and attractive,
not its beauty alone that makes it worthy i
a place in any mineral eolleetiou, but its j
value, as well.
;
It assays 350 ozs. silver !
j per ton. One car-load of ore was ship- |
! ped to Salt Lake recently, but now ihe :
coming out is being bronght down ;
to the smelters here. Five tons came in 1
ore
The Baltimore is the claim discovered
a little more titan a year ago by Co- J
baugh and Preston, and which was pur
! chased for tlie sum of $30,000. Messrs,
yesterday, and there is plenty more
to follow.
j£ cGreggor y- Connor are the principal
j 0>vnerS) and James Hickey, formerly of ;
the Standard luiue, at Bodie, is fore
man. Mr. H. is an experienced miner J j
and understands how to open and put a j
i
a 1
the 1
mine in shape for profitable produe- [
j tion. The developments sie extensive, (
i consisting of tunnels, levels, etc, well !
timbered and well ventilated. Ore in ,
s q llau tity hns all the time been in sight-, 1
but there has been no effort made to take !
OI making the drifts and openings. Eight j
men haYebetm at work on the mine for j
! ten months, and altogether tho develop- |
of ment3 have cost about $>0,000; but the
Fork . ow ners now have the satisfaction of
set- klMwin g they possess a property that
it out further thau was necessary in i
i cannot be readily duplicated.
;
Yom |
j
\
James
A first-class store to rent. Apply to
U. C. West, Enterprise Restaurant, tf
i Go to Dick's when at Hailey for a
JnlTtf
sept8tf
square meal.
j
of | Just received a fine lino of ladies ;
the Merino uudersuitsatPiukham A Lew iss.
septStf '
:
being .
j
For Rent: A barber shop, well fitted,
aud aud well located. Apply to J. L. Kiv
caleu
a
The
Lost: Revolver, in black holster with
, Sie" 0 Finde" bo Suitably ''rewmdäi
by leaving It at Baxter's Hotel. 3t
tf
ers.
_
The ***** .fAfom^entMFPr»
priately Observed in Hailey, lier
clses Closed by a Bogart,
TO* KIPPUR.
All the business establishments of de. -
vont and believing Jews in Hailey were
closed Sundsy evening at C o'clock, and
remained closed until abont 7 o'clock
last evening. For the first time in tho
history of Wood River the Jewish peo
pie came together and observed the day
by participating in the usual religious
ceremonies, which were held in Masonic
These exercises are somewhat
Hall.
similar to onr own religious services,
and consisted of prayer, reading in both
Hebrew and English, and performing
the customary reverential acts,
vices were concluded by the members of
tho meeting partaking o{ coflee ud
Officiating persons during service—
Isadore Morris, Ellas May, Bernard
Schwarhs, Moss Woolf, Isadore Seit»
wartz.
Abont 8 o'clock last evening the aer
cake, thereby breaking the fast of twen
ty-four hours, during which time the
penitents abstain from eating, and
drinking not even water. Half an hour
luter the banquet, at the Combination
restaurant, provided by Isadore Morris,
was partaken of by the following mem
bers of the Jewish faith:
Hailey—Emil Freidman, M. M. Boa
ver, Oscar Bache, Mrs. Bache, Leon
FuIdj Mrs. Fnld, Elias May, Bernard
Schwartz, Herman Kranze, Mr. H. Bews,
j Mrs. 11. Bows, Miss Eugenie Hirsch, J.
j W. Hodgman, Scott Reiper, J. Hocnigs
| berger, L. Levi, S. J. Friedman, I. Mor
j ris.
! Ketchum—I. Schwartz, Mre. Schwartz.
j L. Schweitzer, Mrs L. Schweitzer, Mrs.
| Gottlieb, Moss Woolf, Mrs. Woolf, M. L,
|
|
j
I weis, Mrs. Goldberg.
Marx.
Bullion—Adolph Sultan.
Salt Lake City— H. M. Starry, M. Bud
The menu included fresh oysters.
1
! speckled Eastern trout, stuffed spring
I chicken, stuffed teal duck, fresh oysteT
j salad, English plum pudding, sliced to
| matoes, all kinds of vegetables, tea cof
fee, chocolate, cake, candies and nuts.
Everybody seemed in the best of spirits,
and festive jokes and happy conversa
tion, made a good accompaniment to
the good feast, which was pronoumeed
j Those present expressed themselves
well pleased and highly satisfied with
the bill of fare.
After the banquet all hands adjourned
j to the parlors of the Hailey Hotel, where
HOC i a l converse and singing of operatic
1 ^ 8ongs were kept up UEtil „
! late hour. The vocal music by the la
! dies was an interesting feature of the
I evening. With this social party ended
I the observance of Yom Kippur in Hai
1 ley, which was agreeably commémorât -
i edby all concerned.—News-Miner, Sept.
! 30th.
j
1
DIG LOST DIVER.
is :
i y ew Camp Rapidly Coming to the
j
;
Front.
! -
| Messrs J. M. BanfielJ. Harvley Per
: pins, and James Peterson made a trip to
; the new Lost River camps last week, and
in 1 we mc t Mr. Banfit-ld yesterday on his
return. He gives a very flattering ac
count of the mineral, grazing and ogrl
cultural prospects of that soon to be
J famous region,
recently shipped in by Bruner Broth
Sixtv men are at work on the smelter
ers £ Co. and it is expecting to be in
of ; operations in flfteeu or twenty days. It
will have a capacity of 30 tons per day.
J j 8 to be operated by steam and is of
a j the best style now in use for working
[ ores similar to those of the Big Copper
( —the mine which is to furnish the ore
well ! f or the new works,
in , Jimmy Black, of the Grand Prize, ia
1 arranging to ship 200 tons of ore to the
take ! Bayhorse
j it i a estimated that 500 tons of hay
for j was cut in Lost River valley this sea
| son, and in many places tho fanners
the ] laV e raised fine crops of vegetables snd
of
that
smelters. The ore from tho
in i Grand Prize is galena and carbonate.
grain.
Cattle are roaming over the Lost Rlv
er ranges by the thousands, aud every
where industry Is taking the place of
to the lonely wilderness that prevailed
there before the footsteps of the pros
pector hnd made a mark in the soil.
The new road from Kecthum to Lost
tf
a
j River is upproaehing completion. The
ladies ; br ; dgC3 are now in to Riverside, 28 milea
iss. from Ketchum, and only two more to be
'
j put on.
fitted,
Kiv
Fine assortment of Eastern sash, doors,
mouldings, weights and pulleys.
with i)j aük walnut counter tops, walnscotting,
flooring, etc., just received at Pinklmu»
3t A Lewies,
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