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SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1884.
1TJMWC » TIIE CONSOLATION!
Brother Pierce, of the Chillis Messen -
gor, presents tho Congressional canrtl
4a tes with a mthur dry Custer County
bottle to sample from in his last issue.
Ho gives them tho opportunity to get
eeed
something out ot it If they can sue
in finding It. Wo aro of opinion, how
ever, that Custer Connty Is not going to
poll any very instgnifleaut voto this full,
for t hero are several hundred voters In
the new camps of Lost River; and liny
horse and Kinnikinlo have lurgely in- | W(lH
creased In population the past summer, j
has also Chnllls and vicinity. Custer
should poll well ou to 1,3»0 votes if reg
istration is not neglected,
tho comfort ami convolution, and
cruge
One
the
all
a
thur
hum
term
Is
ed
ed
•»
Hut hero i*

give It a« tho Messenger gives It, freu us
Ink aud pa par cun mnko It:
•'The Democrats of Custer County uro
aorry thut Hon. Jus. H- Hawley was not
nominated nt the Cougraasiousl t im
vtuition at Iloiso. It will miiku
dlfferimee In 111« Democratic vote of the
county, and It 1» more than probable
that, la consideration of all that oc
curred nt this Territorial Convention,
that Custer County will go neaiii.t
STRAIGHT FOR SlNOISEU. Blit it Is little
difference to Mr. Hailey, as our veto Is
•mall, aud thla will only add to his sup
port In other directions where the
Church Is sure to be with him "
largo
Territorial Stew«.
Idaho World.
It don't occm to lie ««easy a matter to
find willing candidate« for offices in tills
county this year ns heretofore. George
(Yutcrville, nominated
thur
Young, of
for Assembly and John Keniinly, of this
place, for Couuty Commissioner, both
the Republican ticket, declined to
run and tho Central Committee met the
other day and put on D. C. Holden, of
Flaccrvillo, lor the Legislature und
Warren Taylor, of this place, for Couuty
Commissioner, In their places.
They have finallycom« ton break,
pinch-out, tlio cud of the vein or some
thing else in the Banner, in the drift
running east. This drift has been run
live hundred feet on tho vein at the
on
over
«It'll
I
depth of oboul throe hundred feet, nnd
tho ore was continuous and rich nil tho
There 1« now no ore In the east
way.
end of tho drift. Jo Robbins, foreman j
of the mine, think» It Is nothing mm . 0 |
than a break iu tho vein, and that they
will soon strike It again. Five hundred
fee tlx a pretty extensive pay chute, nnd
All« Banner Is a big bonanza, even if tho
end has been reached. The drift is still
being driven a head, and side drifts will
noon he run to hunt for the lost ledge.
1-,
The population of Nevada is steadily
dwindling away. 'JThe Carson Tribune
estimate» that there are now not more J
than twelve thousand voters in tho
State. In 187# Nevada en» 119,407 voto«, I
rn« I C.011. I
and in 1880 tho total vote 1
Only ono couuty 1ms thre<
voter», und of nil tho oilier« only three
thousand
have a voting population in execs» of a |
thousand each. Ouo county Is credited |
with two hundred voters only, nnd
there are five counties whose combined
vote will not exceed twenty-five hun
dred. Considered as n Slate, in F real- |
dentlal years especially, Nevada is a
huge joke.- -H«. Bee,
Tho above figures aro nearly correct.
A couple of Tear» more under our pres
•mtjiigh pressure Constitution, ru< 1 there
will he no alternative for Nevada ex
cept to attach herself to some other
fituto or resolve itself buck luto a Terri
tory.—1 ime*-Review.
folks arc
Tho Baker City; Oregon,
▼cry wisely organizing a Pioneer Asso
The Daily Sage Brush gives
the following notice of the first steps
toward organisation
meeting J. M. Shepherd. I. P. Haines,
J I* Iloss, F. T. GINnn and James F. I
elation.
At nn informal
lVrguaou were chosen ns aiMinmltten to |
draft resolution» for tho purpose of t
. I
«rtô}l'K5r*ifeltë?PouiVJÿ, Tor''ffii r pi\l¥i?8Ts
arriving on the coast on or before De
cember, 18w*. Signed I. D. Maims, J.
M. Shepherd, F. T. Glisun, J. P. Ross,
Jua. T. Ferguson.
Tho Iiluine and Cleveland scandals
Blaine nckuo
are quieting down,
edge» to having married his wife in t\v<
different State», and Cleveland
fl
vus to
having loved a little, bat not enough to
consider It worth marryingfor. Stranger |
things than these often happen out !
West.
Down in South-Eastern Idaho J
•nd Utah, for instance, men have been j
known to marry as high as five or cix or
•»▼▼d ov eight times oil in one family,
and didn't go out of the county to do it,
either
—- —- — -
A Ban Francisco telegram of tho 20th, j
has the following reluliveto Lord Leigh |
recently killed in the Big Horn uouut
alnr.
A private dispatch received hero states
that Gillie Leigh, who according to the
dispatch from Cheyenne, Wyoming, of :
the 23d instant, was found dead in tho !
Big Horn mountains, was the heir to the j
title and estate of Lord Leigh of Stone- :
leigh Abbey, WarwicShire, one of the
finest ancestral estates iu England. His |
brother. Dudley Leigh, who is now vis- 1
>V B * this eity, bceumes heir to th» title. |
The L'ne of 'tohuceo.
A committee of ladies have Issued an
address to the voters of Montana favor
ing prohibition. It also discusses tho :
tobacco question, and urges:
"It is a fact, established by unim
peachable authority, that the use of to
bacco, in any form, is not only an ob
noxious and expensive habit, but creates
an unnatural thirst, and is a stepping
stone dow n to intemperance.
In ovidenoe of this statement we point |
to the fact that tho revenue tux on to
bacco in the Htate of Maine last year w
j. in
MvaH
into
ift
ed
:
seventeen cants per capita, w hile the
general average of the whole country
W(lH $1 p,, r papita.
oner
!
!
for
fine
i the
I
Main« is a prohibitory Htate whone av- |
cruge whiskey tax was four cent per
capita while tho average tux for each in
hubitunt of tlio whole country was $1.40.
One of tho States (Now Jersey) has al
ready made it h penal offene« to sell cig- !
urettes to boy a, thus «topping one of
the aveueus of the greatest of all evils.
We also call your thoughtful consider
all- n to the kindled evil of using opi
a poison which. though It curses the
homo of its victim less, degrades und
ourses the victim himself ever more, If
possible, than alcohol."
It is said the rumor that President Ar
thur would like to succeed Senator Lap
hum In the United Stales Senate,
term expires the fourth of March next,
Is not denied either by tho President
himself or by any of hlspersoual friends,
although tho matter has been mention
ed in Eastern journals during the punt
month, If a ltepubliuun Is to he elect
ed to succeed Henutor Laphum, Mr. Ar
ly
We
the
of
thur is as safe, dignified and infiuenlial
gentleman as could he «elected from tho
Republican party iu New York.
Arthur would bo
Mr.
vast Improvement
ho Is dwarfed Into In
over Lapbum,
«It'll iIleum !j by the intellectual giunta
nummuditig him iu tho Kennte cbum
ber.- Butte Miner.
Executive Kw o in iiiomluti ohm.
Exnot tive Office, )
Boise City, Sept. 22, 1884. f
To the Pro i 'lb of Idaho: With a I
view to proving that Idaho 1« indeed tho |
"Gem of the Mountain«," an effort Is
making to have such a manifestation of l '
her resources in the New Orleans Expo- °f
I eltiou un will astonish those unfamiliar
with our frultiul soil and lifo-givlng
j
| climate -eau« I.>g them to gaze with ml- j
miration and wonderment on our pro- j
duets, nnd Inducing a consideration of
Col. Geo.
our prodigious possibilities.
1-, Dio,up, commissioner from Idaho to
the Now Urlenns Exposition, and Mr.
James Onderdouk ore now tooling the
Territory, gathering and giving infor
mation, forming county committees
J miu( , r> llll(Uho p „ OI , 1( , gouor „Uy, from
ixmi p| 0 |
I
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mil directing popular attention to tho
bouoiUs derivable by tho agriculturalist,
and proper display of our
minerals, cereals, fruits, grasses, etc. It
every person Interested in tho
future of our beautiful domain to Join In
making Idaho's exhibit such an one ns
will attract the attention nnd capital of j
the world to her varied and marvelous !
behovei
a |
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a
product«, rich discoveries und superior
advantages. There can ho no better j
way of promoting our industries, adver
tising our advantage», evincing onr at
trnetUms or inviting capital and immi
gration than by making an effective dis
play upon this and all kindred occa
sions. of the manifold blessings which
have been so generously bestowed upon
ns. Tills cull readily be done now, with
out expense to the people, and with very
little labor on their part; and T entrent |
for the active nnd efficient commissioner
and his able assistant, your hearty eo- I
operation, with the full knowledge that :
tlie genuine Idahoan is not solicited in
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vain when the general weal may be on* j
Lunccd by aoalons effort,
W. M. Bunn*, Governor, j
liroslnim, Sevrelarj Treasury.
to |
of t
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Wx Sill NOTON, Bept.
I dont 1ms sppolutcfi Fostmuster General
Tho Piesi
Judge Gresham received a telegram
'dock lost j
night informing him of his appoint- |
ment to the secretary of Hie treasury.
He immediately qualified and sent the I
l resldeut his resignation ns Postmaster !
I
General. At 10 o'clock this morning,
Gresham went to the treasury with Sec- I
retary Chandler. His designation from
J.
from the President at 11
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to
to
the President given him by O. L. Pru
| den, Assistant Private Secretary to the
! President, and hi
j
commission by the
J Third Assistant Secretary State.
j two Assistant Secretary's French and j
or
The
Coon, were present and tendered him '
i
their congratulation«. Tho new Score
t«ry will leave here this p. M. to C0M . |
suit with the President. Under the law I
it,
the Fiist Assistant Postmaster General!
j Hatton becomes acting Postmaster Gen- j
| eral for ten days,
!
Tho French ate killing on an average I
1,000 Chincso a day. There are only |
four hundred nnd twenty millions of
the Chinese, so it is a very easy matter to :
of : calculate the length of timo it will take to !
tho ! complete the conquest. ]
the j , .. . TLL. „ |
: The great railroad man, John W. Gar- .
the rett, for a long time president of the |
His | Balliruoro A Ohio, died Friday last, j
1 Mr«. Garrett was accidently kill««) two j
| year» »go.
Territorial Sew*.
Neics Miner.
evening Constable Pollard of j
Shoshono cumo in on the train having
ho
man
$175
In
I.ust
in hi« charge ouo Elijah Padgett,
MvaH lodged in jail to ft wait tho Grand per
Jury. It appear** tluifc tho priaouer got
into an altercation with Mr. llubb, who
ift a well-known rancher, located on
cretk, and matters grow
d worse until Padgett attempt
ed to murder hi« opponent. Padgett
Billiugaloy
woran
he
arrasted. and heard before Judge
ho hejd tlic priu
Grnnd
White of Hhoshouc,
oner over to appear before Hi
aud
less
r»ry.
Mer-ttloho.
A few (lays ago Major Wanton put up
for ruffle Ills riding horse, iu Atlunta, u
fine animal, worth at least, in these hard
times, $150. Howard Gray and Uncle
John M. Cannndy happened to be In
i the city on that occasion, and Howard
I took a chnuco Justin time to win the
horse.
!
ChalUt ifraarnçrr.
Sheriff EdwurcU returned from Idaho
City y* , «terclr»y, aucoiupunied by CIiah.
PumdlJ, the Frenchman who refused to
coino back when Jim Smith of Castor
went after him.
"Dad" brought in six passengers from
Ketchum Friday. The people are fast
learning the proper route, audit is on
ly a matter of
large majority of the travel comes that
way.
Wo were pleased to make tho acquaint
ance, yesterday, of Mr. McCulloch, Re
publican nomiuuo for District Attorney.
We beliovo him to be a gentleman of
the true type, a man of fine qualifica
tions, and that ho will make un excel
lent olllcor.
Dr. J. H. Uitehlo, Dentist, of Keteh
um, is in Clmllis, but will remain only a
few days. lie is a graduate of u dental
college, and has the most complete set
of dental instruments In tho Territory.
The Dr. will go from here to Buy horse.
How to Cook Holer,
very abort timo 'till a
I must toll yon the old story of how
I tllB latu Clxnrles Delmonioo used to talk
| Bl,HUt the ,10W hot " nt, ' r ,uu-0 ' Ho BuU1 '
tho Delmonicos were the first to re
l ' nmIm ' nd u to 8» 08ts who complained
°f having no appetite. "Taken cup of
hot unter und lemon and you will feel
" ns ** 11 ' ioinndu adopted, and :
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the cup of hot water nnd the lemon;
juice iu it takeaway the Insipidity. For
this anti-bilious remedy the caterers j
charged the price of n drink of their
best liquors—twenty-five cents or more
•audit certainly was
spend small ehnngo than in alcohol.
"Few pooplo know how to cook water,"
Charles used to affirm. "The secret of
putting good, fresh water into n neat
kettle, already quite warm, aud aettiug
tho water to boiling quickly, and then
taking it right off to use lu tea, coffee or
other drinks, before it is spoiled. To
visor way to
let it steam and simmer and evaporate
until the good water is all iu the atmos
phere, and tlio lime and iron and dreg?
only left iu the kettle -hah! thut is
j what makes a great many pooplo sick,
! "»'1 is worse than no water at all. '
Every lady who reads this valuable re- |
ceipt of u great and careful cook should
never forget how to cook water. -Health
4: Home.
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Territorial News.
Hailey Times.
Last week tho timbers for the mill
which is to he erected on lijg Camus,
No. 2, mine, up Croy gulch, about 10
miles from Hailey, were ordered. This
mine was «old u few months ago to cap
italists of St. Joseph, Mo., for $10,000.
j Tho ledge is said to be over 100 feet in
width, and tho oro assays over $40 iu
: gold per ton.
I A great many Halley people are nmk
| lng preparations to attend tho World's
j fair at New Orleans this winter. They
! must expect walking to be g«md.
j
j
,Y, m-Minrr.
j Tlio Hebrews of Woofi River Jorgnn
I ized a benevolent Association anfi eleot
, C* the fotla'vlll!'Tvnstei'H for the e-iS'l
mg year : Leon Ftint, Eli»» Stay ntul
Wurzlmry.
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I ary line.
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More Tin.
I There must be valuable deposits of tin
j in tho Rocky mountains near the bound
A few yearn ogo a couple of
i miners were prospecting ut the head of
j St. Mary's river aud its tributaries. On
I ono creek they found
piece of metal
weighing about two ounces, which they |
Several
j did nut recognize,
specimens had been found, but the
smaller
j
smaller ono they kept. It was brought
to this city and C. E. Conrad sent it to
' w
i the assay office nt Helena. The result
.. . ..
. | nearly pure tin. If this
law I i3 n ,act thc ^posit from which it came
would bp more valuable than a gold
j mine.—River Press, Montana,
! A Helena dispatch of the 27th au
I m , UIlee8 tUat Jadge Hirnm Knowies, of
| Butte> received the nominatlon {or Del _
of ii, n i \ 0 n A * ^ „ » »
to : M ' ' 1 nd ballot at the Repub
to ! licatI Terrltoïial Convention, held in
] Helena. If there is a Republican in
| Montana who can bo elected on that
.
the | t,L e ' 1 ls 111 " e ri0 " os ' K °°'
j rett80ner ' 1111 l* 0 >iest "an and capable, he
two j will make a strong run and catch many
»nd m»ny a vote outside ot the parly.
A 1'ijliig I'Ihc.t ( lui in.
J. B. limit, » prospector who lias been
little over a
down on i-k'i« liver lor
year, is making quite a success of his
placer claim, earning an average of $5(1
with two men, or about 817 per
man per day. He is running but one
machine -a cheap grizzly with burlap
sluices, and cleans up between $140 and
$175 worth of gold every three days.
In Juno ho cleaned up $1,400, in July
per day,
I
$1,500, ill August $1,200, aud this mouth
he has already cleaned up over $1,200.
Mr. Hunt will have two other ma
il month,
■ill doubt*
chines in operation in about
aud his elennitps thereafter w
less aggregate $3,000 per month.
Mr. Hunt's claim is near Salmon Falls.
—Wood llivor Timca.
T. E. Cfohecy & Go.
KETCHUM, IDAHO.
The Lcafcling Wholcsalr
for Minim?
Trade, Keep Constantly
u Full
l Retail Ho
d Family
i Hand
on
Wood III
I C
Llue of
plot«
Staple and Fancy Groceries
?
Crockery nnd Glassware,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
WINES, MQL'OKS AND CIGARS,
GENTS'
I
SADDLERY
1
and
GRAIÎ)
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:
Buying from Fi
Botin
t Hands for Cash
ll> aro Prepared to
h andCustom
d a!
;!?A
r
Un • T
Figures that Defy Competition,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
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Agnat far the
StudebakerWaffons
t
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Hand a large Assortment oj j
VFe Keep
Spring, Farm and Ore Wagons;!
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| eirCail and
Also, Agent» for
HERCULES POWDER.
l.xamln
before Purchasing
T. E. CLOHECY A* (JO,
El 80 whe
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For All points on Wood and Lost Rlvor*.
Ross Moore
Conveys PasRemrers, at all hours, to and from
Ketchum with speed and safety, over
the Wood River roads, and tho
KETCHUM AND CIIALLIS ROAD.
F
faro inquire nt Ilutthen &
Stinton's Livery Stable, adjoining Baxter's IIu
__ .Livery and
Saddle uses at the Feed, llay und Grain Stable.
[aub'-Ji-lf
freight
tel.
We have GO bond of Tfn
s f.
n
!
AU persoi
be KccouHnodatoU by
ilcririie; wood-nawln» don.
! LOUIS BERGEOIS,
by lfATing their order, at
of
of
FRED. GOODING'S MARKET,
On Mala street. I
Baw MiU tor customer,.
dy wfih a apieadld
Sti
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Wood for Sale.
Any quantity
hand ready aawert. Apply at
to
the same place.
L. BOUBGOIB.
Ketchi
i, Jaly », 1Ê64,
Send in Tonr Ordern For
of
_
in
in
he
TO THE KEYSTONE OFFICE.
Notice to Settle.
ion
1
XoTTCK is* hereby crivcn to James» Kinney that
the trartertfigned, engaged in the herding bnai
lio»» at Sawtooth, Idaho, ha« in hi» po»
a ore y horse, branded "F
H on riglit thigh ; said ho
of »aid J
Kinney, 1
of herdii
within 3o day» fro
defray Uie said oosie
n left »houhh
> being the property
that unless he, .)
claim* said horse by paying the'
: bald horse since October 1,
date, said horse will l
D. 0. Kihitlu
sold
July 4-30d
V.
—TJili
First National Bank;
OF KETCHUM.
ORGANIZED FEBRUARY, 1884.
.$ 50,000
.600,000
Paid up Capital,..
Authorized Capital,.
ISAAC I. LEVV18, President;
E. C. Cuffin', Vice Preslilont.
GEO. W. GRIFFIN, Cashier :
U. 0. Lewis, Asst. Cashier.
Board of Directors.
E. C. Coffin,
1.1. Lewis,
Ouo. B, Moulton, Thoa. La veil,
Oeo. W. Oriffln.
General Banking
Business Transacted.
Advances Made
—ON—
ORES & BULLION.
Deposit.
Intorcst paid on Tii
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLEC
TIONS AND REMITTANCES
PROMPTLY MADE.
I
darn and Western
at Lowest
Exchange Sold
Cities; also, Exchange
Hates, on England , Era
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Qonnanu, A u*lria,Xor -
t cay, Steeden,
And all Foreign Co un tress.
MarW-tG
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LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE
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■Woher Si Cowley, Prop«.
Fine Carriage Rigs
t
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Ou ßhorfc NotJo*.
Horae* Boarded by tho Day
\fo*k.
Ml
BANKERS,
Ketchum,
Idaho,
Transact, a General Banking Bu»lnca». Buy
Sell bterliiur Exchange. Buy and Sell Ex
change
d
tho Cities of the United States.
îd Payable on Dc
id Re
Cert ificatcs of Deposit iss
raaml.
Careful attention given to collections
raitaucca made on day of payment.
CORRESPONDENTS:
J. T. Morgan A Co,,
Wells, Fargo .v. Co.,
Wells, Fargo à Co.,
Deseret Nl. Bank, -
Utah Nl. Bank,
Blackfoot
Sun Francisco
New York
- Salt Lake city
Ogden, Utah
&
BANKERS,
KETCIIUM,
IDAHO.
in all its branches.
Buy and sell Exchange on the leading
cities of the United States.
Sell Exchange on the principal cities
of Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland,
France, Belgium, Holland, Norway,
reden, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Ger
d Austria.
Sw
many
Collections niudo with prompt returns
nt lowest rates.
Certificates of deposits issued payable
on demand.
Accounts solicited.
Correspondents :
San Francisco,
Salt Lake,.
. Wells, F xrgo «fr Ce.
at
Cl
.Flrmt National Bank.
. Well», Fargo «fr Co.
New Yobk,.
f5-4-îWl
Warning.
Notice is hereby
of the Saw Lo«s and Timbo
by G. F. Whituev
that T
the ow
formerly
I
U Inhere by w
the »amo from
G. McP
all por
' person
STF.KS.
the sole
Sent. 26-tf
Kotice to Creditors.
Estate of Win. Robbin«, deceased:
Notice in hereby given by the imdcrsiRTied,
administra tor of the Estate of Wm. îùib*
ion ! deceased, to the creditor» of, and all per
1 ; having claims acainst, said deceased, pp exhib
it them, with the necessary voucher», w
onthB after thc first publicatiou of thi
tice. to »aid AdminUtrator,
that
l
«no!
hi» office in thc
Office building, at Ketchum, Altura* conn
fo
1*.
ty, Idaho Territory.
Administrât
bins, deceased.
Ü rouge Steward,
of the E»tata of William
Rob
tMarlR-Am
Dunn & French,
I8UCCE8SOU8 TO N. MADISON, 1
BLACKSMITHS,
LOWER MAIN STREET,
„.edfor All Kind« of Rlacksmithlng,
Wagou Work, Repairing, Etc.
Arc Prep
HORSE SHOEING
A Specialty.
AMT Partie alio Attention to Miners' Work.
N. MADISON,
Will
Wagon Maker and Wood Worker,
Who Guarantee« Satisfaction in Ail Kind« of
[Aprlßtf
Wood Work, Repairing, Etc.
Precinct Democratic Ticket.
For Justices of the Peace:
JAMES C. DOW, I„ 13. ROBINSON.
For Constable:
GEORGE METZLER.
Wood River Real Estate, Mining, Insurance
and Collection Agency.
John C. Wait,
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: : IDAHO.
KETCIIUM, :
CONYKYANCINO n SPECIALTY.
general Ileal Estate and Collfxs
Transacts a
tion Business.
All huHincHH receive« prompt at tention.
negotiated. Interest and T
House« loa«ed and Hents cullectsd.
amined avid rei>ortcd on.
1 -aid
Mine« ex
Reference«: Prickett & Lamb, Boi«e City;
IMnkl
ley. Haile
Lewi«, Ketchum; Robert« & Haw- !
F. E. Ensign, Hailey.
Office in Palace Hotel.
'•
fAug5-tf
Win. Hymlman,
A ttorney-at-La w,
Ketchum.
Bïetin Street,
LAVELL BROS.
llanulaotnrer* of. and Dealer* In
BOUGH AND DRESSED
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u
' Mouldings,
Pickets,
Blinds, Etc.
Sash.
Door
A Complote S:u~k at
111
?
Ml
Of *11 Kinds, lueludlnx
Flooring, Ceiling, Rustie, Siding, 1
Weather Boarding,
d
; And. m fact, Everything Turned Out In a first- j
class radi. Bu.lde « will do
ell to consult
!
i before contracting. Order« fr
Points will receive prompt and
careful attention.
all
Dc- •
Re
C^Offlec, Corner Main and River street*. !
Vlanin-? MiU, Corner Lcadviile Avnuu* and
River . treet.
city
LAVELL BROS.
Ketchum, Idaho.
A. ADAMS,
—Manufacturer and W holcaale and Retail—
—Dealer in—
!
Bough I Dressed
Lumber
Ger
»ad
SAWED SHINGLES
a
RAILROAD HORSE,
Ce.
Co.
(Ori'ositc the Ketchum Railroad Depot»
LOUIS BOURGEOIS, Fro.
This
r Hotel will be opened regularly on
Sunday morniug next.
I
por
!
1
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR T11E PUBLIC IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE,
Wo will be cla<l to i occire the General] Pat
ronflge of the lhiblic.
Ketchum, Sept. 10,18&L
«no! A PRIZE.
Send six
receivo frt
thc j w hich will help all. of either
! money right a
world. Fortui
for postage, and
a costly box of goods
sex, to make more
anything else in t^ls
ait tho workers absolutely
j cure. At once address TbUf «fr Co., Augusta.
1 kai»*. (ApvIPrt
t ha
Rob
--T UK
KEYSTONE!
IS PUBLISHED AT
Ketchum
WOOD RIVER,
Will be Sent to Any partof tfee
United States
WEEKLY
For $4.00 a Year.
The Keystone
Shall strive to fuliiill the mis
sion of supplying the reni
dents of this prosper
ous town und
tho Upper Wood river
country in general with a
I Good Reliable, Newsy and
!
WIDE-AWAKE
Local Journal.
KEYSTONE
THE
-18
i Published in the Heart of the
Great Mining Region of
Wood River--the El
Dorado of Idaho,
Therefore,
Special attention will
bo devoted to bringing
: The Resources of this great
field before the eyes'
of Capital.
-THE—
Job Department
?
—IS- -
1
Unexcelled in Idaho,
j
!
!
Job Printing ol Every Va»
rietv and description turned
out in an Unsurpassed style
! and at prices that
Defy Competition
Found.
Sept. 23d, ism.
the bend water, of 8kelet<
k, South Boise mountains, one pair of blw
horses, between seven r.nd eisht years ul
vreisht, between filuoand 1,200 uomids
One of them is branded J on the loft should
and tho other, P on tberiirht shoulder; one k
w hite hind feet with a scar on left tht.h. St
in the face of each. Tho owner can have t]
.same by paying ranehc and advertiafi
ch » r f<A ,, . „ . Wm. Thompson.
Ketchum, Idaho. Sept, a», UW4.
PATENT
MÜNN a ro., of tha tanmne Aarairi. —
tlnae to art as Ihilleltura for «Merit.
Mark,, Copyrltthta, for th. United
Kiinland, Kiwnce, tteraiany. Me. Hand Boo» ""
Puiont, wtit free. ThlrtT-.rv,-n year.' *
. P»teg , »<ib*alm!<l throuafi MU.NN 4 CO are not
In the SOEST, rtc Amuucan. ,h. larrat bit
mint widely circulated wlont'Oe paw^iiBkl
Weekly. Splendid en.rarlne, and*I,.«---,,I-1
formation. Spocimer, copy oflha 8cleatl«oin£
lean »ent fro«. Adrlrou MUNN 4 Co fcc?A5
Amkr icam III»», »1 Broadway, New Votef"T
The ButzbF Gnw u I».
•tied March and Sept., tad
year: 216 pages, 8}xllJ|
inches, with over 3,1
illustrations —a whole
tore gallery. Gives v
•ale pricee «Ursel la eoMwners on all |
for personal or family use. Telia
to order, and givea exact coet of •»
thine vou use, eal, drink, wear, er I
' . These invaluable hookas
..donation gleaned from tlVT ,
of the world. We will maijÇ^ 1#
i'rco to any address upon ree '
postage—7 cents. Id us hoar
Respectfully, , . «a
MONTGOMERY WAP.®
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