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SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4. IBM.
XjOO-jAlI-j.
of
tal
soll
fire
ed
is
; From Thursday's Daily.1
It blowed.
Then it rained.
Then it turned to and snowed.
The storm seems to have been gener
al and no worse hero than elsewhere.
A carload of oto from tho Yankee
Blade, on Boulder, went down yester
day.
Pinkham k Lewis have lately receiv
ed an almost endless quantity of States
cured dried beef.
Messrs 0. II. Greenwood, cashier of
the Vienna Min. Co., and J. S. Childs,
Supt. of Solace Min. Co., came down
from tho upper country last night.
Wm. Kruse, of the Kruse Hotel, of
Vienua, came down on Tuesday's stage
for the purpose of hiving in his winter
supplies for his house.
L. Schweitzer und wife, P. Schwartz
and wife, Mrs. Woolf and children, and
Mrs. Leo Gottlieb, have returned from
{lie celebration of the Yom Kippur at
Hailey.
Hailey has a female corn doctor, re
cently imported from Denver. Evident
ly somebody has been treading on Hai
ley's toes, hence the demand for corn
salve, bunion plaster and a toe-sore-ial
artist to apply them.
Henry Bernard, an Eagle City news
paper man, but formerly of Wood Riv
er, who shot a printer named Enright
some months ago, was found guilty of
manslaughter at the late term of tho
District Court at Lewiston.
Mrs. T. E. Clohecy, Miss May Clohe
cy and Miss Anna Rose leave this morn
lug for Salt Lake. Miss May goes to at
tend school at Rowland Hall. Mrs. Clo
hecy will return in a couple of weeks,
nnd Miss Rose and Miss May will return
at tho June vacation.
There was a strike of still richer ore
made in the Baltimore and Victoria I
ground yesterday. Mr. Hickey is down
and brought a royal specimen to gowitli
the ore mentioned yesterday as intend
ed for tho New Orleans F.x posit ion.
This last one is good for 1,000 ounces. !
The one referred to yesterday weighed
150 instead of 115, and assays 355 ozs.
T. E. Clohecy & Co. have recently
built au addition to the house in which
they store their wagons. The building
is now 32x80 feet, and contains heavy
freight mid ore wagons, farm and job
ditto, manufactured by the company for
which they are the ngeuts iu this section
of tho country. An additional lot of
wagons, of ull sizes, is ordered, and will
bo here in a few days. The Stndebakcr
has no superior in point of strength, du
rability nnd ease of movement.
Mr. Graham Felsenthal, assayer for
the Queen of the Hills, Minnie Moore,
nnd other mining companies and pro
perties iu the neighborhood of Broad
ford aud Bellevue, was in town last
night. Mr. Felsenthal is a gentleman of
wido experience, having traveled a great
deal for the purpose of becoming ac
quainted with the differeut kind3 of ores
in different countries aud localities. He
has been in the South American and
old Mexico silver mines as well as in the
prominent mining camps of tho United
States, and ho says he has never yet
seen a mining, district show so many
veins of high grade ore as docs the Wood
River district.
THE MORRIS MURDER.
If
in
to
I
Report of the Committee or Citizens Ap
pointed to Assist the Authorities iu
Ferreting Out the Murderers.
Tlie meeting of citizens of Huiley,
held to take steps to secure tlie punish
ment of the murderers of the lute Auren
Morris, appointed Messrs. H. Bews, L.
Richardson, and H. Lufkins, a commit
tee to carry out the wishes of the citi
zens. That committee received sub
. scriptious aggregating $2,100, of which
20 per cent was paid in cash at the time.
The citizens at large paid in
and Isadore Morris $200 more,
tal receipts were $428.50.
the disposition of that amount:
23,50,
The to*
Following is
PAID TO :
E. C. Cunningham, services rèndered....$100 CO
J. Campbell, services rendered. 150 00
50 00
C. Lufkins, services rendered.
.... 50
I. Morris, services rendered....
, Wood River Times, printing and tel. 13 25
NewB-Mtner.
-^ Distributing dodgers.
Inter-Idaho, printing, etc.,.
balance on hand.
6 oo
1 oo
6 00
53 '25
$428 50
Total.
If there is any subscriber who is not
«fitisfled with tho disbursements, he or
they can step into the Merchants' Hotel
I Morris Jb Co.'s store and get his or
their money back.
Bews, Lufkin A Richardson.
Hkiley, Idaho, Sept. 30, 1884.
\
\
Ion Rest: A barber shop, well fitted,
yWTM well located. Apply to J. L. Riv
_ , , .
■>st on Jnlv 5th; also carpets,
V,visions, stoves, furniture,
jH-3t
tf
>rs.
Mip in and look at the flue line of
fHs' clothing just received at Piukham
* »vis's. jn25tf
/*\croy street Millinery of Hailey,
will f
. Vnence closing out its stock, con
1U *'all classe* of millinery und no
tious, at
fixtures,^
•to.
COL. HOB INOERSOLL.
He Enters Into an Agreement With the
lluiiey Sinners to Sec Them
Safely Through.
pot.
a
and
the
We understand that the male citizens
of Hailey, being fully aware of their to
tal depravity, and having some misap
prehensions as to the exacfcstnte of the
thermometer in the coming camp of
Eternity, have engaged Col. Bob Inger -
soll to come to Hailey one night this
week and, for the insignificant sum of
$200, (no complimontnries), deliver to
them a lecture on the state of the
weather in the near future, and convince
them that there Is no burning lake of
fire and brimstone as heretofore report
ed by our Pilgrim Fathers. 'Tis well.
There is nothing like it. Bob has a pat
ent on several different tilings, one of
which is a soul-soothing syrup, that
double discounts that of Mrs. Winslow;
another is a hell-flre extinguisher
(patent obtained), and the third
is n flre-proof coffin, (patent
applied for); all of which lie
agrees to sell at cost if there is still any
doubt left iu the minds of his audience
after henring him deliver his celebrated
nnti-heU's-flre and brimstone oration.
I
!
one.
per
for
If due notice Is given,a large number of
Ketcliumites will go down to Hailey to
see Bob and hear him lectnre; not that
they are afraid of anything to be found
in tho unexplored regions of the Great
Hereafter, but simply to see the famous
orator nnd help the Haileyites out on
tlie $200 racket. As for ourself, we want
to see Bob, aud hear him, but don't pro
pose to take any chances on his patent
right business. We intend to be good
last
of
right along, day nnd night, week days
and Sundays, and keep a clear conscience |
for truth and veracity, never run for
office nor drink brandy toddies.
iu
say, "when the weather is dry there's !
Hailey Hose Co. No. 1.
As the old man of Arkansaw used to
no use of fixing the roof, and when it is I g
rainy who in thunder is going to stand
Just so with
So !
out iu the wet to fix it?"
Hailey as to her fire department,
little interest is taken iu the matter of ;
guarding against fire that the members to
cannot be got together at a called meet- j p
I iug, and Mr. Coffin, Foreman of Hose i
Company No.T, has a card in tho Times
tendering his resignation in the follow- | in
ing pointed sentence.
"Since it has been impossible to ob
tain a meeting of the company, I here
by publicly tender my resignation as
Foreman of Hailey Hose Company No. 1,
expressing our sincere thanks to the
few who have given us their physical as
well as moral support.
Hailey, Idaho, Sept. 30, 1884."
E. C. Coffin.
District Court.
Judge Broderick on the 29th tent the
following letter from Silver city to
Deputy Clerk Richards of the Second
District Court, laying out tho work for
the coming term of Court;
"Dear Sir;—please say to attorneys that
I expect to hear motions aud demurrers
the first week of tlie term, try jury cases I
the next throe weeks, and equity causes
j
;
i
\
the last two weeks.
On tho 2d or 3d day I will go through
the calendar and set all causes that are
at issue for trial, so that litigants and
witnesses need not be there during the
Truly 3'ours,
Case Buodekick.
entire term.
Another Losi Boy.
We yesterday received tlie following
letter, written, doubtless, with au aeh- !
iug heart and tearful eyes, by one who
has looked aud looked, un til her very
soul is weary, for a word or lino from
the boy who was her idol and joy when
with her, aud who in his wanderings is
not forgottou ill her daily prayers:
Okonogo, Mo., Sept. 20, 1884.
Editor Keystone— Dear Sir:—Having
heard nothing from my son for two
years, I would ask you to publish a no
tice iu your paper us follows: Auyone
knowing the whereabouts of Edward
Mustard, last heard of at American
Falls. Idaho, in Julv_ 18*0
great favor by communicating with his
mother, Martha A. Miller, of Oronogo,
Jasper Co., Mo.
L.
.ill
to*
is
Mahtiia A. Miller.
Literary and Dramatic.
The Ketchum Literary and Dramatic
Club will meet at Mr. Greenhow's this
(Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock.
PROGRAMME.
CO
00
00
25
"Ever United" vocal Duo, F. Campana,
Miss M. L. Pinkliam and Mr. T. E.
Clohecy.
Beading.Mrs. Dr. Lewis
Recitation.Mr. E. 0. Wheeler
"Heart Bowed Down," Balfe, Mr. T. E.
Clohecy.
"Vision of Sir Launfill," Lowell, Miss V.
Dollarhide.
oo
oo
00
'25
50
not
or
or
.Mr. Quereau
Inst. Duo, Lysberg, Mrs.
iw and Miss M. L. Pink
Reading.
"La Baladine,"
Wm. Greenh<
ham.
*'Casabianca Maltreated/' Original, Mr.
R. It. Warren.
Another Man Accidental!)' Shot.
Riv
The Boise Statesman of the 30th con
tains an account of the accidental shoot
ing of James Strange, by a companion
while out limiting on Twin Creek. Bear
Lake County, ten days ago. Strange
was walking in front of his companion,
when tho latter's gun was by some
. I means discharged, shooting Strange iu

! the sill ° 1,1 the hcad - fl ' om thu effocts ° r
I which he died soon after.
of
con
no- I
Friday's Daily.I
It looks like business around the de
[Fl
The
pot.
The weather has got over its cranki
ness.
The R. R. freighting business is on the
increase.
The hotels and restaurants are doing
a fair business.
Last night there were 300 names on the
Ketehnm registry list.
The hacks running between Ketchum
and Hailey do a good business.
The Ketchum and Cballis road has all
the necessary bridges in up Trail Creek.
B. X. is of the opinion that the Lost
River mineral belt is going to be a good
tions
camps.
snd
Wood
and
Eaters
bave
years
first
tracks
for
lie
never
shirt,
River
and
stay.
at
never
and
one.
Many large lots of supplies for the
mines near here have been put up this
week.
There is a little notice in to-day's pa
per headed "Business!" which means
business.
Superintendent Watson of the stage
line, came in from Bonanza and Cliallis
yesterday.
Ketchum is a fine town to winter In
for people who are not skittish about a
little suow.
John A. Gowan came down from Vi
enna yesterday in the interest of the
Vienna Min. Co.
Geo. Metzler returned from Sawtooth
last night where he had gone with a
party of mining men.
The storm drove the prospectors out
of the mountains, and the town has
largely increased its population.
To take the chills off, go up to the
Warm Springs and take a dive iu the
swimmiDg tank.
We have not been notified yet as to
| the exact night when Col. Ingersoll will
Iead the wic ked of Hailey safely through
day
the valley of the dark shadow.
The wagon road to the Parker mine
will be completed by the 15th inst., and
iu time for tlie machinery for tlie hoist
! ing works, for which Mr. W. H. Watt has
ter
fruit
are
I g 0Ue to Salt Lake,
B. X. Boone came over from Eiver
!
;
side last evening with the party of men j
who had been helping put in the bridges
on this end of the road. He will return j
to . day to finish putting in the two
j p r j t iges near Riverside.
i The Chiuese have been keeping up a
! tal
I bly
flre-crackcr racket for a couple of days
| in commemoration of some great event. |
It is very probable they have received
the news from the scat of war that the '
Chinese army has succeeded in killing j
or wounding a Frenchman.
:
the
;
THE OREGON SHOUT LINE.
It will be Completed by November 1st,
and Ready for Through
Traffic.
Tho following interesting artiele on j
the closing work of the O. S. L., and the |
country iu the vicinity of where the
final connection is to be made, we get j
from the Idaho World of Sept 30th;
of
Hon. Jo Cave furnishes us the follow
railroad notes: From La Grande the
railroad skirts the west side of Grande
Ronde valley. It is 12 1-2 miles from La
I Grande to Union Depot. Tho town of
Uuion is two miles from the railroad.
From Union the road leads up Pyle can
yon through many deep and rocky cuts.
One tunnel is 500 feet in length. From
the summit, or head of Pyle canyon, tho
road takes down a rugged canyon to
North Powder liver. From Union to
j North Powder river is eighteen miles.
; At the latter place there is a dinner sta
i tion for trains passing both ways. From
\ North Powder to Baker City the road
passes up the Powder river valley, which
is a barren alkali plain of but little vnl
uo for agricultural purposes. From
North Fowder to Baker City is twenty
miles. The O. R. & N. is open for traffic
to Baker. From this place east the track
is laid to Express Rauche, on Burnt riv
er—twenty-eight miles, leaves a gap of
unlaid track of about twenty four
miles to the junction with the O. S. L.
at Huntington, at or near the mouth of
Burnt river. There are iorty-two bridg
es across Burnt river. The bridge
across Snake river nt the mouth of
Burnt river is n massive structure, built
of stone, steel and iron, aud is nearing
completion. The bridge is about GOO
feet long, four smn« Btaiuäint.
sive stoue piers entirely above high wa
ter mark, the top of the bridge being
sixty feet abovo low water. The track
of the O. S. L. is laid to tlie cast end of
tho bridge, and on completion of the
bridge will be laid tlireo miles to Hunt
ington, which is the junction of the O.
S. L. and O. R. & N. roads. The bridge
will be completed and track laid to
Huutinging by October 10th, and the
final junction will be made about Nov- j
ember 1st, when the line will be contin- j
uous from ocean to ocean.
at
al
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E.
E.
V.
Notice.
All persons knowing themselves in- |
debted to James Moore, .at Ketchum, |
aro notified that their accounts have i
boon placed in the hands of John C. j
Wait, Esq., for collection, and that tbej r i
will save costs by making immediate j
j
!
;
Mr.
tl
payment to him.
Freight front the Depot.
iu
° r
M. M. Moore k L. D. Newman wish to
inform the citizens of Ketchum that 1
they are ready to deliver freight from i
the depot to any part of town upon
short notice, as we have made the nec
essaie arrangements to do tlie same. ;
All orders left at the Palace Hotel office 1
will promptly attended to.
I
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tf
Siddall's soap can bo used in cold wa
ter, and guarTanteod to be the best in !
the market. For sale by Piukham k j
jUStf
Lewis.
for
NEW OROANIZATIVNM.
;
N
The Sooners and Latent
Associations for Social
and Mutual Improvement.
Organize
^^oymcut
over
tures
for
There will soon be two new organiza
tions established ill Ketchum, with
branches in the different Wood River
camps. The associations will be local,
snd include only persons living on
Wood River and tributaries.
Sooners comprise the original settlers
and pioneers of this section (Sheep
Eaters and Bannacks excepted) who
bave resided in it for a period of three
years and upwards, who staked the first
mineral, caught the first fish, killed the
first bear, and saw the last moccasin
tracks made on the river. One of the
obligations required of the petitioner
for membership Is that at the initiation
lie will swear positively that for a
period of twelve successive months he
never slept iu a bed, never changed his
shirt, and never told a lie.
The Laters will comprise that class of
people who partook of the second Wood
River boom, who brought their money
and effects with them, and who came to
stay. The obligation of the candidate
at initiation is that he was never broke,
never slept out of doors, never killed a
bear,-and never asked for credit. The
experience of the two classes, as given
and compared, will form the two ex
tremes of western life. Fees merely
nominal and payable quarterly.
Territorial N'cyjrs.
The
horn
of
day.
has
on
of
Idaho World.
Tlie Forrest King quartz mill passed
through here Sunday, pulled by two
ten-mule teams.
Kossuth's pack train of 'forty-four
mules passed through here last Satur
day on the way to Boise City from Cus
Kossutk will load with
ter county,
fruit (at Boise City) for Custer county.
Xetce-Miner.
There are now about HO scholars in the
primary department of the Hailey
school, and accommodations are some
what crowded. The grammar depart- ;
ment now numbers fifty. New scholars ; of
are continually dropping in, and • iie to

j
j
a
! tal attendance iu a few days will proba
I bly reach from 120 to 125.
Inter-Idaho.
j
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j
The Morrissey brothers, who went up
East Fork a few davs ago to do assess- 1
| mcnt work on Jack SilVL . r For .
tuue m i ne> came down last eveniug and
'
j
: report six feet of pay ore iu a shaft on
the claim, at a depth of fifty feet.
At Baehe's Hailey Hotel
distinguised people Monday night in
tlie persons of Count Barranca of tho
German army, but registered as from !
; Loudou, where he now resides. J. P.
Ostrom, also from London, and Alfred
vere some
j Bishop Mason, Esq., from New York
| city. Yesterday morning they went up
with our ''Bill" Nye to see the Idahoun
j mine over. It is whispered they will j
look over with an eye to the business
of purchasing the location.
Charles Nelson, the Rocky Bar stage
man, has been to the expense of pur
chasing several hundred tons of hay,
grain, putting up winter quarters for
man and beast employed on his line for
this winter's service.
of
to
to
of
L.
of
of
GOO
wa
of
the
O.
to
the
Nov- j
j
The Alturas Collection for the Exposi
tion.
Mr. J. A. Rupert, the gentleman ap
pointed from Alturas to assist the Com
missioner, Col. Geo. L. Shoup, iu the
labor of collecting samples of ores and
other products of the county for exhibit
at the coming New Orleans Exposition,
has returned and is busy looking up
samples of ores aud other products of
the lower Wood River country.
Mr. R. gathered a great deal of infor
mation, as well as much valuable materi
al for the N. O. collection, and he thinks
our county, if assistance is rendered iu
collecting the ore samples, grains, etc.,
will make as flue a showing as any other
section in the West.
1
On his trip west and north Mr. R. saw
much that was both surprising and in
fc 1 ..L
Ila mil llttllû-v
terestimr to. hii
19th, going over to Camas, thence to
Rocky Bar, over 50 miles. Thence to
Vienna, Sawtooth, Galena, Boulder and
Ketchum. He will have a good account
to give of the differeut camps he visited
on liis trip w hen he gets the collection
of samples and specimens from tho
Parties who Mr. Rupert
uamps all iu.
I has uot seen or may not be able to see
j should use all pains possible to got good j
i sized samples of ore from the different
mines and prospects, in they are inter
ested, and aid in making the Alturas
in- | County collection the linest at the Ex- j
| position,
have i
C. j
tbej r i qpiic LaPointe Brothers brickyard, lo
j ca t e d at the foot of the butte north of
j town, has dono a goad business this
! season. Tho machine used is known as
; the Eagle, and can turn out from 15,000
The LaPointe Brick Manufactory.
tl
to
that 1
from i burned three kilns,
upon fourt h nearly ready to fire
nec
same. ; ber of men employed is eight; the iiurn
office 1
to 20,000 bricks per day. They have
and have the
. The num
I ber of bricks turned out for the season,
400,000.
I ty as
West.
quantity, and in small lots, $13; pressed
tf
The brick aie of as good quali
wa
oan be made anywhere in the
The price, $10 per M. by the
in !
k j
for fronts, *15. The supply bas been
arranged to correspond with the do
rill be but few left
md, und there
over after the full demand is supplied.
Ketchum has kept up a quiet, steady
increase in the number of buildings the
entire season, and has many new struc
tures of wood, brick and stone to show
for the confidence and enterprise of its
citizens.
of
A
day
known
in
It is
ent
ty.
and
On
was
ore,
It is
—300
by
If
a
left
Saturday's Dally.J
;fi
Cool.
Clear.
Moonlight.
The roads are rapidly drying np.
The snow is six inches deep on Elk
horn Hill.
Pinkham k Lewis pntnp lß, 000 pounds
of general supplies for Bayhorse yeater
day.
Three hundred and ten names on the
register's list, and the hills yet full of
men.
Col. W. H. Brodhead and family ar
rived in the city yesterday from Saw
tooth.
Three large Bilver bars came down
from the Vienna Min. Co's, mill last
eveniug.
As will be seen in our birth list there
has been a fine crop in Boise Valley other
than the apple crop.
Col. J. C. Dow went to the county me
tropolis a day or two ago, and returned
on the afternoon stage.
T. E. Cloheey k Co. sent np over a
ton of supplies yesterday to the Allen
Group, on Warm Springs Creek.
The Board of County Commissioners
of Alturas give notice that the regular
quarterly session will begin Monday,
October 13th, at 10 A. m., and that all
claims against the County must be filed
with the Clerk not later than 4 o'clock,
A
er,
the
the
caps
the
old,
and
who
the
Friday, Oct. 10th.
One of the Keystone compositors was
taken seriously sick yesterday, aud the
chief prevaricator of the paper
compelled to shut off steam early in the
evening and "take a case."
Tague A Clarks packtrain returned
was
; yesterday from Sawtooth. A few tons
; of choice ore from Sawtooth, as back
Ifreight, was brought down to the Gule

j ua smelter.
I Pierce Dorgan's last shipment of ore
j from Little Smoky is just sampled, and
rlm3 fi v0 ounces less than the lot pre
1
This one is from his famous
ceding.
Galore mine, and samples 429 ozs. in
silver per ton; upwards of $7 ill gold,
and 17 per cent. lead.—Inter-Idaho.
!
Jesse Rice is down from Prairie Creek,
six miles below Galena, where he is
interested with Mr. Easley in a number
Be has some beautiful
of prospects,
specimens of gray copper and pyrites of
The belt in which he is pros
copper.
pectiug is several miles up from Wood
River, on the west side.
Mr. Aleck Pfeiffer, of the Bonanza firm
of A. A J. Pfeiffer, stopped over yester
Mr. Pfeiffer has
j da y on fii 3 W ny home,
been at Rocky Bar for two weeks past
looking lifter his mining interests there.
The firm have half a dozen rich gold
ledges at the Bar, on which they are
Mr. Pfeiffer has
vork done.
having
faith the old Bar will yet be a prosper
ous camp, ns the quartz is there, and as
rich as any in the Territory.
Fred. Kinsley, of Deer Creek, is in
town, and is making preparations to
winter here. He is the discoverer and
owner of the New Comet and Keno loca
tions, on the head of Deer Creek,
had intended to take out ore this season,
but was attacked with inflammatory
rheumatism early in the summer, and is
just getting well again. He had one lot
brought down from the New Comet and
sampled, which went a little above
400 ozs.
in
of
iu
He
Marriages.
In Boise City, Sept. 24, 1884, at the
residence of General F. Cartee, by Rev.
G. H. Davis, Charles H. Reed and Miss
Ella Cartee. No cards.
In Boise City, at the residence of the
bride, Monday morning, Sept. 29, 1884,
bv Rev . A. J—Jnslm. ui—ike.
Church, Mr. W. G. Robb aud M:
lull Betts.
Sept. 30, 1884, Miss Eliza Wilcom and
John L. Conyers, both of Hailey, were
united in marriage by Justice E. B.
Lemmon.
Ou Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1884, Mr. J.
C. Cunningham, of Broadford, Idaho
1 Territory, and Mary Jeannette Welsh, of
Park City, Utah, wore married iu the
in
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rs. Deli
to
to
tho
see
j
UUt -' r plac e by the Rev. Fathe r Blake.
Births.
In Boise valley, Sept. 19, 1884, to the
■ wife of John Wilson, a daughter.
! In Boise valley, Sept. 20, 1884, to the
wife of Frank Latimer, a daughter.
In Boise City. Sept. 23, 1884, to the
wife of H. F. Warn, a daughter.
I In Boise City, Sept. S
I wife of A. M. Hall, a son.
i Iu Boise City, Sept. 30, 1884, to the
i wife of Goorge Schultz, a daughter.
; In Cliallis, Tuesday, September 23d,
to the wife of J. B. Morrow, a daughter.
In Challis, Tuesday, September 30th,
son.
Ex- j
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1S84, to the
] Puuein Cameron
i to the Mile of Duncan lumeron,
have j
the
;
j ders.
For Sale, at Lewis A Son's drug store,
box of Homoepathy medicine, the
;
the
the | genuine German tinctures and pow
aug'23tf
NEW ORES.
Fine Samples far the Exposition.
Some very rich and beautiful samples
of ore are coming in from the mines and
prospects about here.
A promising strike of ore was made a
day or two since in a new ptospect
known as the Alva, eight miles np Warm
Springs Creek. The ore is 20 inches
in width, and samples abont 175 ounces.
It is also rich in galena, and If the pres
ent ore vein holds good as to quality and
quantity it will make a valuable proper
ty. It is owned by Carey, Habbishaw
and Hicks.
On the Triumph ground, between
Elkhom Bill and North Star, a strike
was made yesterday of extremely fine
ore, and a large piece was brought down.
It is very much like the Baltimore and
Victoria ore, and is of the some quality
—300 to 400 ozs. The location is owned
by Domski and Heidebrandt.
If pains are taken, Alturas will have
a fine collection. The ores are being
left at the store of Pinkham k Lewis,
where they'are labeled and prepared for
transportation to Hailey, where the
whole lot will be boxed for shipping.
Leavc
Accident from Explosion of a Giant Cap.
A distressing accident occurred in the
family of Mr. N. H. Camp, U. S. Assay
er, on Monday evening last. During
the day Mr. Camp had occasion to visit
the penitentiary, and his little son,
Oswald, who accompanied him, had un
observed picked np some giant powder
caps used In blasting in the quury near
the prison. In the evening the. little
fellow threw one into the stove, which
exploded, the report bringing the whole
family to the room where he was. Har
old, an older boy, took one of the caps
and was examining it by scratching the
inside with a match, when'it exploded,
throwing Harold and his sister Ethel,
who was near by, several feet across the
room, and resulting in the loss of three
fingers and part of the thumb of the
boy's left baud, with chances ol losing
the little finger. His sister was but
slightly injured. The concussion shat
tered the lamp globe into a thousand
pieces, but fortunately the lamp did not
explode. The wounded boy is doing as
well as can be expected.—Boise Demo
crat.
iu
of
at
on
Gold Along tlie Lower Snake.
An old California miner named George
Pickett, who has spent several months
prospecting on the south side of Snake
river, from Old's Ferry down to tho con
fluence of the Salmon river, lias just
passed through the city on his way
south, and says he found gold in small
quantities all through the designated
regiou, and in two places he believes he
has found gold in paying quantities. At
any rate, he will return iu the spring
with a force of men and develop a claim
which he has located in Idaho, only a
short distance from the Snake. He
shows some large nuggets which he ob
tained from his claim, aud says that wa
ter to work the diggings can be pro
cured at comparatively small cost.—Ida
ho Statesman.
Poor Showing.
Less than 100 voters have registered
in Summit district, Shoshone County.
In this district is situated Murray, the
largest town, and four-fifths of the en
tire population of the Cœur d'Alen e re
gion. Unless there be a greater regis
tration iu the remaining precincts, Sho
shone county will show up hut slightly
better than she did two years ago, when
thirty-seven votes elected its Sheriff.
There is without doubt from 2,000 to
3,000 voters in the new mining region,
and this light registration displays ex
treme apathy when vigilance should he
the rn'.e.—Lewiston News, Sept. 25th.
J.
of
J. T. Morgan & Go
BANKERS,
li
Idaho,
Ketchum,
Transact a General Rankin* Business. Buy and
1 Sell fca
t he Cities of the United States.
Sell Sterling hvelians'e
change on
De
Certificates of Deposit issued Payable
!
Careful attention given to collections and Re
mi tances made
day of payment.
CORRESPONDENTS :
Blackfoot
- San Francisco
Vp\v York
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- Salt Lake City
flarUm Ftnh I
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;
i
J. T. Morgan & Co.,
Wells, Fargo A Co.,
Wells, Fargo & Co.,
Deseret Nl. Bank, -
Utah Nl. Bank,
RAILROAD DOUSE,
(Opposite the Ketchum Railroad Depot!
LOUIS BOURGEOIS, Pro.
r Hotel will be opened regularly on
Sunday morning next.
Thl s
I
!
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE,
the
We will be g'a lto receive the General Pat
ronage of the Public.
Ketchum. Sept. 10, l*> 4 .
t
C.W. SCHWAMB,
Undertaker,
Furniture Dealer
And H«pair«r.
UPHOLSTERING.
Leavc orders with Jeffrey, at the Palace Hotel.
Ketchum, Idaho.
Rond in Tour Or dors For
JOB PRINTING!
TO THE KEYSTONE OFFICE.
Wm. Hyndman,
Attorney-at- Law,
Ketchum,
A. ADAMS,
—Manufacturer and WWesal« and Retail—
—Dealer in—
Rough I Dressed
Lumber
and—
SAWED SHINGLES
and
MOULDINGS.
T.E. CLOHECY&C0.
BANKERS,
IDAHO.
KETCHUM,
Transact a general banking business
iu all its branches.
Buy and sell Exghange on the leading
cities of the United States.
Sell Exchange on the principal cities
of Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland,
France, Belgium, Holland, Norway,
Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Ger
many and Anstria.
Collections made with prompt returns
at lowest rates.
Certificates of deposits issued payable
on demand.
Accounts solicited.
COBREKPOSDENTS 1
.Wells, Fargo A Co.
San Fbaxcisco, .
Salt Lake,.
Chicago .
New Yobk,.
rs-4-83]
.First National Bank.
..Wells, Fargo & Co.
M'Mahon & Somers
Dealers in
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY,
TOBACCOS, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES,
FRESH BUTTER
And Eggs.
Idaho.
Ketchum,
J. L. RIVER,
Pioneer Blacksmith of
: IDAHO.
KETCHUM :
prepared to do all kinds of
I
Blacksmithing, Wagon Making
and Repairing.
—Also a fall supply of IT AUD WOOD—
will be in—
—LUMBER such
—demand for general use.
—Repairing done from a—
— liunrgy up
* largest wajron—
the—
__use—
Constantly on hand a full supply of
Miners Tools.
Xi> Jüewman.
Feed, Sale and Livery Stable.
Fourth Street, Opposite J. O Swift A Co.,
IDAHO
KETCHUM, :
Business.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
will please make immédiat« settlement, as I
closing out my business.
Ketchum, Oct. 3, 1S84.
M. C. McLennan.
PATENTS
wttnn a co..of the icmmnc Amibicaw^-
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HarL. Copyrights, for the United BtiOwTOmÄ
England, France, d«nnany. etc. Hand B ook a bout
I Parents sent free. Thirty-seven year« ex perlenen.
Patents obtained thrown MUNN à CO. ere noticed
; to the Sacmno amuucan. the largeet, £eet,and
i most widely circulated scientific pager. 1**0 * r**f«
Weekly. Splendid engraving* andtntereetl ng to
formation. Specimen copy of the »rtentipBAgijjj
lean sent free. Atldre« SUNN à C(L BCUIHHO
Amekica.n Office, til Broadway, New York.
O Tbe Buyers' Gun« 1 » ►
sued Match «*1 Smt,
year: 21ti page*, R*"!
inches, with over 8,300
illustration«—a whol« pio
tux« gallery. Give» whole
sale prices direct to conmmen oo jül wod«
far perional or family ut Tail s now
to order, and give« «x«ct coW of «*«•£
eat, drink, wear, or
so invaluahl« book«
on
thin- vou uae,
^ These
rmatioo gleaned from the
f th« world. We will mail • eooy
k ree to »ny »ddr««» opon ree«pl ofthe
postage—7 cento. Let ua h««r uo® J 00 *
r Respectfully,
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