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IDAHO SEMI-WEEKLY KEYSTONE.
YOL. 4.
KETCHUM, ALTURAS COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1885.
NO. 26.
Semi-Weekly Keystone.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
$6.00
One Copy One Year.
One Copy Six Mombs...
One Copy Three Months
Single Copy, Each.
3.00
1,76
10 Cents
Delivered by Carrier, Each per Month..70 Cents
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Lycurgus Vineyard,
Attorney-at-La w,
- Idaho.
Hailey
Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory.
J. H. HAWLEY.
N M. HOICK.
Hawley & Ituick,
Attorneys-a t-Law,
Idaho.
Hailey
WM. HYNDMAN.
Hy ii dm an & Batten,
Attorneys-at-Law
Ketchnm, Idaho,
Practice in All the Courts and Laud Offices.
1). E. Waldron
A ttorney-at-Law,
Hailey, - - - Idaho*
ORLANDO B. BATTEN.
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Will practice In all the Courts of the Territory.
Bruner, Parsons | Bruner,
Attorneys-at-Law,
IDAHO.
H ULEY,
Geo. H. Roberts.
lex- Attorney General of Nebraska)
Attorn ev-at. - La w,
: : Idaho.
Hailey, :
gS^Office over Times building.
James C. Dow
JUSTICE CF THE PEACE FDR KETCHUM
PRECINCT.
Attorney-at-Law.
?
Will attend to legal business in the County
aad District Cuurt.
l*£
Eugene Antz,
A S S A Y E R ,
Office next door to Ketchum Bank.
Dr. J. II. Kitcliie,
DENTIST,
Office—T hird -t., -ntl door from Wain.
Idaho.
Ketchum.
0. B. Estes, M. I).
PRACTICING PHYSICIAN aud SURGEON.
Leave calls at Steward Bros.' Drug Store,
: ; IDAHO.
KETCHUM, :
Dr. N. C. Boatman,
Physician | Surgeon,
- Idaho.
Ketchum, -
Office in Palace Hotel.
Mar7tf
Taylor & Hastings,
ASSAYEHS Al SÜRVEYOBS,
JOHN B. HASTINGS.
H. S. DEPUTY MINERAL S URVEYOR,
L. D. Newman,
Feed, Sals and Livetj Stable.
Fourth Street, Opposite J. O Swift A Co.,
KETCHUM, :
Wood River Real Estate, Kinin», insurance
and Collection Agency.
JOHN C. WAIT,
IDAHO
Justice of the Peace of Kctclmm Frecinot.
Transact 4 a general Real Estate and Collec
tion B usines«.
CONVEYANCING a SPECIALTY.
Loans negotiated. Interest and Taxes paid
Houses leased and Bents coileotsd. Mines ex
amined and reported on.
References: ITickett Lamb, Poise City;
uirham & Lewis, K
, Hailey; F. E. b nsiga, Huiley.
Othce one door below Baxter Hotel. [Augfr-tf
TCHUM
hum; .lames H. Haw
: IDAHO.
A. 0. P. W.
Hall of Ketchum Lodge No. X
Rcgnlar meetings every Saturday evening at
7 :30 p. M., at UocfiouV Hall. Visiting brother»
cordially invited to attend. By order.
J. k. LEWIS,
J mo. 8. Lind,
Recorder.
M. W.
Eugene Antz,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
all pictures
TAKEN BY TTTB INST AN TANF.OUS FRO CESS.
Pinkham & Lewis,
GSVERAIi BŒRCHAOTT8,
Wholesale § Retail
—Dealers a—
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CLOTHING,
Hardware, Nails and Steel
Miners' Implements,
f
and
SUPPLIES.
We hare en route a large stock of new goods
and are now prepared to
COMPETE
with
Any and Everybody.
We propose to make such reduction in prices
as will enable purchasers to get better bargains
n Ketchum than in any other
WOOD RIVER TOWN.
PINKHAM k LEWIS,
Ketchum, Idaho.
At the
GEM SALOON.
Fine Lienors and Win *,.
Havana and Domestic Cigars.
EVERYBODY WELCOME.
Dec23tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
BANKERS,
KETCHUM,
IDAHO
Transact a general banking business
in all its branches..
Interest paid on Time Deposit.
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 Austria.
Collections made with prompt returns
at lowest rates.
Certificates of deposits issued payable
on demand.
Accounts solicited.
Ores Purchased;
Highest Market Prices Paid.
ComUSSPONDENTS i
Ban FaiHomoo.
Salt I.jlkx,_
Chic* 00 ..
New Tobk,.
f5-4-SSi
.Welt*,F,rgo A Co.
.First Nntionsl Bank.
..Wells, F »r*o A Co.
REAL ESTATE
!
Valuable Business
-»ro
Desirable Residence Property
FOR SALE.
Apply to
T. R. CLOHECY A CO.,
Banker*.
Feb.Sl-tf
Notice to Creditors.
Notice ifl hereby piven by the nndersipned,
Administrator of the estate of John Atkinson,
deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons
having claims against, said deceased, to pre
sent them, with necessary vouchers, within
fonr months after the first publication of this
notice to Eaid Administrator, at hia office.
Main Street, Ketch am, Altnras County, Idaho.
AlbjvBT C. Lkwtb,
Administrator of the estate of John Atkinson,
deceased.
Ketchum, May %. 1M6.
4 mo*
ft PRIZE.
Send six oente for postage, and
receive free, a costly box of goods
which will help all, of cither fox. to make more
money right away than anything el*e in this
world. Fortunes await the workers sbsolately
r .o e. At once addicM Thug <& Co., Augusta,
Maine.
[Aprl9yl.
APPLICATION FOR PATENT,
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Notice NO. 116 .
Ukitbd States Land Office, »
Ha (LET, Idaho, April 30, 1A*S. S
Notice is hereby given that the Lost River
Odd und Silver Mining Company, an organiza
tion incorporated under the awn of the Stute
of New York, by Wm. Hyndman, its attorney
in fact, whOKc Dont office address in Ketch uni,
Aitura< Countv, Idaho Territory, has made ap
plication tor a United States Patent for the
maud und May
Mining claim, situate in Warm Spring« Creek
Mining District, AlcuraaCou: ty, Idaho T. rrito
ry, consisting of 1500 linear feet of the lode,
aud surface ground 6(H) feet wide, being Lot
No. 47, and described in the field notes and plat
if the official survey on file in this office, with
magnetic varia Lion at 18 degrees 30 minutes
east, as follows: Commencing at the discov
ery point and running theuce 8. 81° 'i8' E.„ 750
feet to the center of 8. end line of claim, thence
S. 5S° 32' W., 300 feet to corner No. i; thence N.
58° 02' E. 6iH) feet to corner N . 2 ; thence N. 31°
28 ' W. 1500 feet to corner No. 3 ; thence 8. 58°32' W.
600 feet to corner No. 4 ; thence 8. 3l c 28' JB. iöoo
leet to comer No. l, the placeot beginning survey
botfaihvfte« of claim, conMutitng
20,66 acres No conflicts From corner No. 4,
Section corner common to sections 2, 3, 10 and
1I„ T. 3., N. K. 17, E. bears N. lb" 27' W. 4902.4 8
feet distant, The said mining claim being of
record in the office of the Recorder of said min- I
ing district at Hailey, in Alturas county, Idaho, j
The nearest known locations being the '"Bonn- !
cer" and the "Clipper" lodes.
I direct that this notice be published in the !
"Keystone," at Ketchum, the newspaper pub- !
lished nearest the said mining claim, for the
period of sixty days.
^ pPLICATION FOR PATENT
Homes L. Pound, Register.
Wm. Hyndman, Att'y fer Applicant.
[Fuat nub. May 2 'S5—Cod.)
Notice No. 117.
United States Land Office,
Hailey, *daho. May 1,1386. , ,
Notice is hereby given, that Wiliiana Me Queen, j
by W. H. Watt. i. is attorney in fact, whose Post j
Office address is Hailey, Alturas County, Ida
ho Territory, has made application fox a United i
States Patent for the
F c Bay '
Lode mining claim, situate in Sec. 15, T. 4. N. j
R. 18 E., Warm Springs Creek Mining District,
Alturas County, Idaho Territory, consisting of ;
• feet of the lode, and surface ground
60U feet wide, being Lot No. 56, and described !
in the field notes and plat of the official survey
on file in this office, with magnetic variation at ;
18 degrees and 30 minutes east, as follows:
Commencing at the discovejy point of this :
claim, and iuniting 8- 53° 35'W. along center
line of claim 385 feet, center of H. W. end j
line of claim, thence 8. 48° 36' E., 300 leet to
corner Nu. 1 : thence N 48° 36' W., 600 feet to i
corner No. 2; thence N. 53° 35' E., 1600 feet to ^
corner No. 3; thence 8. 48° 36' E., 6 0 feet to
corner No. 4; thence S. 53° 35 W., 1500 feet to I ,
corner No. l, and place of beginning survey of
Öttwlorboündanes^embracl g atoUlarea °f
20.196 acres; excluding, however, from this ap- ;
plication and description the area in conflict
with the Badger No. T lode, Lot 42, 2.940 acres: !
area claimed and sought to be patented 17.256
acres. From corner No. 2, Section corner
mon to Sections 9.10,15 and 16 of T. 4, N. R. 18 , ,
E. of the Boise Meridian, beara N. 41° u* - ü" ;
w., distant 2503.5 feet.
The said mining claim being of record in the
office of the county Recorder of said mining
district, at Hailey, Alturas County, Idaho Ter
ritory. The nearest known locations being the
Elkhora, Bad ter No. 2, Alma aud Lon- Tree
1500 1,
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Anv and all persons claiming adversely anv ,
portion of the said "E. 0. Ray" lode mining
claim or surface ground are required to tile '
their adverse claims thereto with the Register
of the United States Land Office, at Hailey, j
Idaho Territory, within the sixty days' publi- 1
catiou thereof, or they will be baried by virtue
of the provisions of the Statute in such case«
made and provided.
homer L, Pound,
Register.
I direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica- i
tion for Patent be published for the period of ;
sixty days (tenconsecutive weeks) in the Idaho
Weekly Keystone, a newspaper published at
Ketchum, Alturas County, Idaho Territory.
Hombb L. Pound,
Register.
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First publication. May 2, 1886.
W. H. Watt,
Att'y for applicants.
APPLICATION FOR P ATE NT !
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Notice No. 110.
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United States Land Office, 1 .
Hailey, Idaho, March 30,1885. f !
Notice is hereby given, that Walter P. Jen- ;
ney, whose Post Office address is Hailey, Idaho, j
de application for a United States Pat
has
ent for the
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consisting of I4«a.s linear feet of the lobe, and ,
«dXÄrÄd^oÄä 0 ^^ !
tile in this office, with i
the official survey
magnetic variation at 18 degrees and 30 min- !
utes east, as follows:
Commencing at 1 he discovery point of this j
claim, and running thence N. 16° E., 10 feet to
the northerly end line of the claim; thence N. |
lKsfeet°toa t postnnrkeS If'sî'î! ! °57 oor.^for j
corner No. 1 , the North-West corner of the
claim; thence S. 74° E.. 397.25 feet to a post j
marked U. S. L. 57, cor. No. 2 , the North-East ,
corner of the claim; thence 8. 16° W. along the j
line between lota 54 and 57, 433.79 feet to a post
marked U . S. L. 57. cor. 3; t ence 8. 45° W.,
W8.8 feet to a postmarked U. 8. L. 57, cor. 4 , '
the South-East corner of the claim; thence N. j
74° W. alouK the Southerly end line of the
claim 695.4 feet to a post marked U. 8. L. 67,
corners, the Bout h-vV est corner of the claim;
thence N 47° E. along the West side line of the j
claim, 1463 8 feet to corner No. l.and the place
of beginning of survey of exterior boundaries.
Embracing an area of 18.016 acres. From cor- {
No. 5. the section corner common to Sec- .
tions 9 , 10,15 A 16 , T. 4 , N. R. 18 K., bear 8.
39° r 47 " W., 3322.41 feet distant. 1
The said miniug claim being of record in the i
office of the County Recorder of paid mining j
district, at Hailey, in Alturas County, Idaho ,
Territory, The nearest known locations being j
the Quaker City, Una and Montgomery mining
claims.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of the said U va lode mining claim or
surface ground are required to file their ad
verse claims thereto with the Register of the
United Spates Land Office, at Hailey, Idaho
Te.ribory, within the sixty days* publication
thereof, or they will lie barred by virtue of the j
provisions of the ßtatute in such cases made
and provided. „
Homes L. Pound,
Register.
I direct that the foregoing Notloe of Applica
tlynfor Patent be published for the period of
sixty days (ten consecutive weeks) in the
Idaho Wkxki.y Kl y stone, a newspaper pub
lished at Ketchum. Alturas Co., Idaho Territory.
Homer L. Pound,
Register.
I
First publication, April 4 . isms.
COMMISSIONER NOTICE.
ffHE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER«
■- of Altnras County, Idaho Territory, will
meet tn Regular Session at, the Courthouse in
Hailey, on
XOCTDAY, JULY 13, 1885.
All claims against the County should be
legally verified aud fil d two days prior to
time. JOHN M. CANNADY,
Clerk Board County Commissioners.',
that
]2D UX
A Tribute of Respect.
At the memorial exercises reoently
held at the courthouse, Hailey, Lycurgus
Vineyard made the following appropri
ate remarks:
" I feel that I cannot refrain on this
melancholy occasion from saying some
thing to the memory of Judge Prickett.
I think it is due that we all, in the
activities of !ife in the practice of our
profession, should, at this time spend
an hour in considering the memory of
our illustrious departed. And in doing
so we are again reminded that 'in the
midst of life we are in death.'
i
«höre* ntirl thw nnlv t.hino* th-it. «« l*»ft
8 " T ' °" a OB,y tlUD * UW * " leIt
behind is bis good example which lie
I ...i..-,- T n u
j before ns while here. It la, there -
! fore, meet and proper that we should
. .
! reverence Ills name.
!
We saw him ut morn; he passed before
ns ut noon radiant with life and eurgy.
At eve the reaper came and cut the cord
of all that was mortal of Henry E.
Prickett, and he passed to the other
It was my pleasure and my fortune to
have known Judge Prickett long and
well—for tiie past fonr years intimately.
But no words of mine could add to the
worth of that life, which was abed abroad
throughout the profession. He stood
deservedly high at the bar; deservedly
high upon the bench. Presiding there
, ., . it-y T y
j Same bench which your Honor
j occupies, for eight years, he illumined
.
i the law in his administration with that
' which at once advanced him to
j first place on the bench of this
Territory. Nor was lie less fortunate in
;
enjoying the admiration and respect of
!
; from that bench to take his place upon
.. a .
: floor as a praetioneer.
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thorough enthusiasm which prevaded
I , . ~ ...
"is. Everything seemed to fail in its
place; and a place for everything.
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Hence he was able to dispatch a great
! i , f hnsin-ui and nronr ifolv
ueaI or Duslnes * easu J r ana accurately,
, , . ... , ... -, T t » tt
; bim in the early history of Idaho. His
Judge, and his daily life are before us.
the people aud the bar when he retired
It has been well said that his mind
was so constituted that he seemed to
impart to other men a portion of that
It was not my pleasure to have known
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There ia a heap of flapdoodle published j
concerning the traits of greet men to I
; show that they differed from ordinary !
decisions and mementoes; his work as a
j Nor should we lose sight at any time,
in onr wn'.ks with each other, to emulate
, . , . , , ,
fii® example aa a true, worthy and
' honest mall
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; Register, now tells us that Horace Greely ;
I motitls. Oliver Johnson, In the Christian
was awake when he wasasleep, andconld
I sleep through a sermon and then report
! it accurately. He will tell ns next that the
i great journalist was asleep when he
; was awake, if we will blieve it, or any
! ot ^ er Bosh that will be accounted out of
' j the ordinary way of mortals. Horace
j Greely was a great man, a great mind,
j but his genius was concentrated, well
! directed labor, and the evidence is found
.
!
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j in the way that exhausted nature broke
down within him at the last. SpeakiDg
j of reporting speeches, we know of a
: more wonderful performance than that
, of Mr Greely reported bv Johnson. We
! knew a shorthand reporter once who j
i accurately reported ono of our own j
!
!
extempore speeches, although he was
j ,, , , . u d drm i nd
oiswinc ten mue» auu uruun auu aaietp i
| when we delivered it. Greely, with all I
j his genius, could not have done it. |
|-i
j Our Minister to Britian and Germany
, . !
j buve been recieved with distiuguiehed
, ' showing that repeet at levees and on
j
sadors take preedenco of ministers, so
!.,... . , . 0 . ,
j that the ambussdorsj from the Sandwich
j sllin( j s it tller0 bo one, go before the
0
{ Americans Minister.
. AT , m , lTh at
are bl S enough *.0 *v to nave en. üasstes at
1 the most important court«. These are.
i _ 1 ., , , ,
j however, very costly, and ambassadors
, 0 j no mo2re rea i n8 e then ministers.
j
Besides, it ia argured that an am basest
or
j
respect, but there is a ilifficulty about
other public occasions. There all ambas
Some think we
dor represents a King or Emperor,
whereas we have no such functionary to
represent. This last, however, is a mis
take, for the voters of these United States
cannot be less ten or twelve million,
each one of whom is a sovereign to be
represented by an ambassador, and the
same man eonld represent them all.
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of
A number of young society ladies of
Philadelphia have oranized un athletic
club, and will tit up a gymnasium,
recent meeting roller-skating was dis
cussed. Of the thirty-nine members,
fourteen denonuced the amusement as
vulgar and prejudicial to health, and the
opinions of several of the leading physi
cians of the oily were read to back up
their argument, but as twenty-five mem
bers voted in favor of roller-skating a
rink will adjoin the gymnasium. The
clnb members will also form a riding
class in the full, and daily rides will
be taken through the park in pleaseut
weather. The by-laws of the association
say that gentlemen will not be admitted
to the rink or gymnasium, and that
only riding-masters employed by the
association will accompany tiie moffl
I ber* on their riding expeditions..
At a
in
be
to
A Mistaken Met,
Some of the Bellvrne toothache»
are endeavoring to create a prejudice
against Hailey, with the view of compro
mising tiie failure of the celebration at
this place of the coining national anni
versary. They must be very narrow
gauged and dishonorable persona.
According to an understanemg arrived **
last years, the people of Hailey turned
ont eu masse to assist in properly cele
brating the day at Bellevue. Under the
terms of this agreement the people of
Bellevue were to reciprocate the favor
by assisting us to celebrate in ITailey
this year. The people of Hailey fully
and honorably fulfilled their part of the
agreement, and they expect the people
of Bellevue to fulfill theirs. If they fail
to do so, no matter what the excuse, we
will know in future jnst how little the
declarations of Bellevue's leading men
can be depended upon.—Huiley Timen
We ore surprised so Add so " mild" an
item in the Times. Of course we know
but little of the antagonism between the
towns of Bellevue and Hailey, but what
suggests itself most forcibly to us is:
Will such squibs as the above mend the
matter and create harmony ? We think
it hardly possible.—Ketchum Reystoke
As a matter of fact, the people of Belle
vue made no such agreement as that
alluded to, and no one er more promi
nent citizens were authorized to do so.
On the other hand a great effort was
made to get up a celebration by such
men as Recorder Cannady, ns Burkhart,
White and others. However, out of
respect for those fair minded gentle
men of the county-seat, who lent their
presence here last year and who in no
way aided or sanctioned ottr late mining
trouble, many of onr people will cele
baate at Hailey this year, but more will
prefer the railroad excursion to bean
i tiful Ketchnm. Bellevue always stands
by any pledges she may make, the Times
to tho contrary notwithstanding.
A Topheary Nary.
The Naval Register for 1883, jnst issued
at Washington, contains interesting and
instructive reading. It shows that there
are borne on the active roasker of the
service, one admiral, one vice-admiral,
seven rear-admirals, sixteen eommo
dores, forty-flve captains, eighty-five
commanders, seventy-four lieutenant
commanders, 257 lieutenants, eighty-two
lieutenants of the junior grade, 133
enGgoe, eighty-two naval cadets, 133
medical officers, 535 engineer officers,
thirty-seven professors and chaplains,
j thirty-one naval constructors and 201)
I warrant officers, a total of 1,613 in addi
! tion to ninety-four officers of marines.
On the retired list there are 137 officers
; of all grades, but mostly Of superior
rank, and -consequently in the enjoy
ment of superior pay. Tha list com
prises forty-eight admirals, drawing
$4,500 a year each,and thirty-nine com •
modores, who receive #3,700 p«T annum,
each, aud with those on the active list
make the total number of officers on the
navy pay-rolls, 2.144. exclusive of the
cadets at the Naval Academy.
The number of serviceable ships in the
navy is thirty-ttvt*. of which one is first
rate, eleven second-rate, uineteen third
rate and four fourth-rate.
The Register further shows that the
admiral lives in Washington, and has
j nothing to do but draw his salary of
j $13,000 a year. The vice-admiral ia
! chairman of the lighthouse board which
i d j n session about an hoar every month,
i . , , . .
I of the seven rear-admirals, out two
| command squadrons, the others being
assigned some nominal duty ashore to
, 1 ..*» *>«-» whiia
! «^able them to draw duty pay, wane
ßo{; one 8 j x ^ en commodores is &t
Of the forty-flve captains, six com
sea.
mand ships, twenty-eight have nominal
duty »shore, w'hile eleven live quietly at
their homes, aud of the whole staff corps
of 580 officers, but ninety-eighVare at sea.
Some means ought to be adopted by
Congress to relieve the navy of its top
heavy load of officers, as it is unjust to
the people, who have to foot the bills,
to puy fat sularies to 1.200 men in one
branch of the service, who render the
country no equivalent whatever for
their pay.

llig Success
Financially and socially, are largely
due to his excellent health. If hia sys
tem were clogged and feverish, no doubt
he wonld fail u* so many other* do.
But why not eBjoy good health when
one can please the palate at the aamo
time? Syrup of Figa is not only pleaeeet
I to the taste, it also cleanses the system
thoroughly, yet painlessly; it is harmless
in its nature, and strengthens th6 organs
on which it nets so that regular habits
may be formed, and the sufferer per
manently restored to health and happi
Sample bottle free and huge bot
tles for sale by Steward Bros, and Geo. J■
Lewis, Ketchum.
J. B. Reiff, Esq., superintendent of
the Fall City MiniDg Company's prop
erty, put six men to work in the Nettie
Moore mine on the 14tli inut. Mr, Reiff is
well acquainted with tbe ground he ie,
interested in and in doing good. and!
successful work in developing tt..
ness.

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