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IDAHO SEMI-WEEKLY
NO. 35.
KETCHUM, ALTURAS COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1885.
VOL. 4.
Semi-Weekly Keystone.
SUBSCKfPTION HATES:
One Copy One Year. ..
On« Copy Six Months.
One Copy Three Months..
Single Copy, Each. 10 £ cn I*
Delivered by Carrier, Each per Month..75 Cent«
S5.C0
3.00
1.75
PROFESSIONAli CARDS.
WM. HYNDMAH.
Hyiulinan & Batten,
Attorn eys-at-Law
Ketchum, Idaho,
Practice in all the Court* and Land Office*.
D. E. Waldron,
Attorney-at Law,
Sailey. - - - Idaho.
in all the Courts of the Territory.
i. H. HAWLEY.
«MULA1TDO B. BATTEN.
y
Will practlc
ïf. V. BUICX.
Hawley & Ruick,
Attorney s-a t-Law,
Idaho.
and
Hailey - ■
Lycurgus Vineyard,
Attorney-at- Law,
Idaho
Hailey
Will practice in all the Courts ot t he Territor y.
Bruner, Parsons | Bruner,
n
Attorneys-at-Law,
: IDAHO.
H VILEY, :
Ceo. H. Roberts.
(cx-Attorney General of Nebraskal
Attorney-at. - Law,
: : Idaho.
Kailey, :
afeiTOffice over Ti
es building.
James C, Bow
JUSTICE OF THE PLACE FOR KETCHUM
PRECifiCT.
Attorney-at-Law.
5
Will attend to legal business in tho County
and District Court. "
Eugene Antz,
A S S A Y E R ,
Office next door to Ketchum Bank.
Dr. J. B. Ritchie,
Office—T hird st., 2nd door fnsm Main.
Ketchum
Idaho.
0. 1Î. Estes, M. B.,
RHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
PRACTICING
Leave calls at Steward Broß.' Drug Store,
: ; IDAHO.
KETCHUM, :
Taylor & Bastings,
ASSAYEflS M SUMEYORS
JOEST 3. HASTINGS.
F S. DEPU TY MiîiERAL SURVEYOR,
"lTd. Newman,
Feed, Sals and Livers »
j «
Fourth Street, Opposite J. O Swift &. Co.,
IDAHO
KETOIIUM,
WcâFlïêî rn Estate, Minin?, insuranes
end GoiiectiDn Agency.
JOHN G WAIT,
rp.ee of Ketchum Precinct.
?rul Real Estate and Collec
^ustit
Transacts
Uon Busine
Cl ALT'Y.
d. Interest and Taxes paid
i it nts coUectsd. Mines cx
led on.
CONVEYANCING a S
Loans neeoti
Rouse« leased
a mined am! re
Refer
nkham »Sr i
, Hailey :
Office one ü
TCHUM
ITickett S: Lamb, Boise City;
win Ketchum; James H. Haw
!.. e nsign, Hailey.
• r Hotel. fAug.vtf
)W Li
b<
: IDAHO.
-A. 0. U. IV.
Hat l op Ketchum Lodge No. 2.
:nrday evening at
Visiting brothers
ttend. By order.
it. C. WEST, M. W.
Regular nn-ctim!
7;DG i*. M., Rfc Roc.i
cordially invited t
very
J. J. Taylor. Recorder.
Eugene Antz,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
axs ncrmtES
TAKEN nv Tnr INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS.
The Houston Press
î« the r«|)re<«entatlvc rr.per of Custer and Lem
hi countie«. Subscribe for It if interested in
fine Uurionl
ar; $2 for six
F. U. HARDING, FobUslirr,
i, Idaho.
that region ot
•als and
ir.
tura.1 lauds, 'i
month«.
V:
P"
Ho
Pinkham & Lewis,
Gold
tion
of
in
GEHEOAL MERCHANTS,
Wholesale s Retail
—Dealer» n—
ry,
and
No.
of
east,
ery
feet
S.
58 ®
•in'
600
of
20.66
H.,
feet
ing
The
cer"
I
'
I I
CLOTHING,
Hardware, Nails and Steel
Miners' Implements,
i
and
SUPPLIES.
Va h»v* en route a large stock of new goods
and are now prepared to
COMPETE
with
by
...
Any and Everybody
We propoee to make such redaction in prices
will enable purchasers to get better bargains
n Ketchnm than in anv other
It.
600
18
WOOD RIVER TOWN.
PINKIIAM & LEWIS,
Ketcbum, Idaho.

At the
GEM SALOON.
Finn Liq'1 ,rs an t Wines.
Havana and Domestic Cigars.
EVERYBODY WEICOME.
Docl3tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
their
of
of
I
tion
I
BANKERS,
IDAHO.
KETCHUM,
W.
Transact a general banking business
in all its branches.
Interest paid on Time Deposit.
Euy and sell Exghange on the leading
cities of the United States.
Sell Exchange on the principal cities
ot Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland,
Franco, Belgium, Holland, Norway,
Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Kusaia, Ger
many and Austria.
Collections made with prompt returns
at lowest rates.
Certificates of deposits issued payable
on demand.
Accounts solicited.
out
c
6(1
TBS
ylEiiö
?
Highest Market Prices Fait.
COFJUiSPONDItHTB ;
."Wells, F jrgo A Co.
Sau Francisco, —
Salt Lake,.
Chicago.
New Yokk, n ...
rs-4-831
.First National Bnnk.
.Wells, Fargo & Co.
5
Valuable Business
—AND—
BesiraMe Besidsnce Property
FOR SALE.
Apply to
T. E. CLOZIE.CY & CO.,
Banters.
Feb.21-tf
iïotico to Creditors.
Notice 1« hereby given by the nndereigned
Administrator of the estate of John Atkinson,
deceaacd-to the creditors of, and all perse „
having claims against, said deceased, to pre
sent them, with uccessa>y Touchers, v.ithin
four months al ter he first publication of this
notice to oald Administrator, at his office.
Main Street, Ketchum, Alturas Ct untv. Idaho.
Albket 0. Lewis,
Administrator ot tho estate of Jehu Atkinson,
deceased.
Ketchum, May 2, 2385.
4
A PRIZE.,
ad
Fend nix cents for postftg
oceivo free, a costly box of
which will help all, of cither fee, to
mey right
world,
aura.
SJutnc.
Is
ray than anything el.«« i
•oikers absoj
At once aUcUcuc Ti.au A Co., A ugh«», a,
fAi.H&jl
b'crtn ne» aw ai 11 h e
APPLICATION FOR PATENT,
Notice No. lie.
ü kited States Hand Orne*. I
IIAU.ET, Idaho, April 30, 1S8S. f
Notice I« hereby given that the Lost River
Gold E,nri Silver Mining Company, an organiza
tion incorporated under the awe of the Btate
of New York, by Win. Ffj*.lman, 1U attorney
in fact, whose Post office address 1« Ketch urn,
Altura< Countv, Idaho Territory, baa made ap
plication tor a Uuited Staten Patent for the
Naad und flay
la
Mining claim, situate in Warm Spring« Creek
Minimi District. Alturas Com. ty, Idaho Territo
ry, constating of l$uu linear feet of the lode*
and surface ground 600 feet wide, being Lot
No. 47, and described in the field notes and plat
of 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 thence 8. 31° 28' E.„ 750
feet to the center of 8. end line of claim, thence |
S. 53° 32' W., 300 feet to corner No. 1; thence N.
58 ® 32'E. Cm io feet to corner No. 2; thence N. 31®
•in' W. 1500 feet to corner No. 3; thence 8.58°32'W. j
600 feet ter comer No. 4 ; thence 8. 31° 28' E. 1500
leettu comer No.l, the place of beginning survey
of ext
20.66 acres No conflict«. F
Section corner common to sections 2. 3*1
H., T. X, S. K. IT, E. bears N. 4a* It W.
feet distant. Toe said mining claim being of
record in the office of the Recorder of said min
ing district at Hailey, in Alturas county, Idahe.
The nearest known location« being the "Boun
cer" and the "Clipper" lodes.
I direct that thin notice be published in the
' Keystone," at Ketch
Ushed nearest the mining claim, for the
period of sixty days.
Homer L. Pound. Register.
Wm. Ilyndman, Att'y for Applicant.
IFirat pub. May 2 '85—6od.J
ior boundaries of clpim, containing j
corner No. 4, !
10 and !
1002.4
, the newM|j*per i ub
APPLICATION FOP. PATENT.
Notice No. 117.
United States Land Officb,
Halley, Idaho, May 1, 18*5.
Notice Is hereby given, that William McQueen,
by VV. H. Watt, nift at.Ornevin fact, whose Post
Office address is Hailey, Alturas County, Ida
... Territory, has made application for a United
States Patent for the
K
E. C. Kay
Lode mining claim, situate in See. 15, T. 4. N.
It. 18 K-, Warm Springs Creek Mining District.
AJturaa County, Idaho Territory, consisting of
I5U0 1.near feet of the lode, and surface ground
600 feet wide, being Lot No. 56, and described
the field notes and plat of the official survey
file in this office, with magnetic variation at
18 dedrrees and 30 minutes east, as follows :
Commencing at the discovery point of this
mining 8.'53° 35'W. along center •
385 feet, center of 8. W. end
claim, and )
line of clai
line of claim, thence 8.48° 36' E., 300 feet to j
corner No.l; thence N 48° 36' VV., 600 feet to j
corner No. 2; thence N. 58° 35' E., 1500 feet to
corner No. 3; thence 8. 48° 36' E., 6 0 feet to
corner No. 4; thence 8. 53° 35' W., 1500 feet to j
comer No. 1, and place of beginning survey of j
exterior boundaries; embracing a total area of j
20.196 acres; excluding, however, from this ap- j
plication and description the area in conflict j
with the Badger No. 2" lode, Lot 42, 2.940 acres;
claimed and sought to be patented 17.256
acres. From t orrn r No. 2, Section corner com- !
to Sections 9,10,15 and 16 of T. 4. N. R. 18 j
E. of the Boise Meridian, bears N. 41° 05' 34' |
w., distant 2503.5 feet. '
The snid mining claim being of record in the j
office of ihe t ounty Recorder of said mining j
district, at Hailev, Alturas County, Idaho TVr- j
ritory. The nearest known 1' "ations being the
Elkhorn, Badger No. 2, Alma and Lone Tree- !
Any and all persons claiming adversely any 1
portion of the said "E. C. Ray" lode mining !
claim or surface ground are required to lile '
their adverse claims thereto with the Register I
of thg United States Land Office, at Hailey, 1
Idaho Territory, within the sixty days' publi- !
cation thereof, or they will be barred by virtne j
of the provisions of the Statute!
Homer L, Pound,
Register.
I direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica
tion for Patent be pubished f
sixty days (tencuiisecutivo weeks) in the Idaho j
Weekly Keystone, a newspaper published at 1
Ketchum, AliurasCounty, Idaho Territory. i
Homer L. Pound. !
Register. !
such eases
I
made and provided.
the period of
First publication, May 2, 18Ö6.
W. H. Watt,
Att'y for applicants.
1
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j
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APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Notice No. i 10.
United States Land Office, L
Hailey, Idaho, Match 30, 1S85.
Notice is hereby given, that Walter P. Jen
ney. whope lost Office address is Hailey, Ida ho, ,
has made application for a United States Pat- j
out for the
IiOde mining claim, situate in Warm Springs I
Creek Mining District, Alturas Co., Idaho Ter., j
consisting of 1463.« linear feet of the lode, and
surface ground 6(X) feet wide, being Lot No. 57,
a described in the field note« au i, Flat
the official survey on iiie in this office, with
magnetic variation at 18 decrees and 5«» nun- j
ntes ea
Com:
OVA
;
as foikwfcr
ncing at the discovery point of this j
n, and running thence N. 16° E., 10 feet to
; thence N. j
c
she northerly end Hue of the Ciai
74° W. along the northerly end line of tho claim
1<V2.5 feet to a post marked U 8. Ij. 57 cor. I for |
corner No. 1, the. North-West corner of the
foot to a post ;
the North-East i
corner of the claim; thence S. 16° W. along the
line between lots 54 and 67, 433.73 fe^t to a post .
marked U* Ö. L. 57, c<»r. 3; t euce 8. 45° W.,
teeb to a postmarked U. S. L. 57,
the South-East corner of the claim; thence N.
7*° W. along the Southerly end line of tho
claim 095 4 feet to a post marked U. 8: I*. 67,
corner 5, the South-West corner of the claim; j
thence N 47° E. along the W'cst sideline of the
claim, 1463.8 feet to corner No. 1, and the plane !
of exterior boundaries. |
claim; thence 8. 74 u E.. 39
marked ü. S. L. f>7, cor. No.
1
4,
Co.
Bnnk.
Co.
1
of kccrinning ot ^
Enihracing
ner No. 5. the section porn r common to Bec- i
tionsS. IU. 15 vt 16, T. 4, N. R 18 E., bear B. !
59° U 47" W., 3322.41 feet distant.
The said mining claim of record in the
office of the County Recorder of raid nuuing
district
Terri to
the Quaker City, Una and Montgomery mining
.f 13.016 acres.
5
r. in Alturas County, Idaho
avest known locations lieing
t Hail
The i
claims.
Any and all person* claiming adversely —^
the said Uva lode mining claim or
e r< ouired to tile their ad
Mi the
port
around
sur fac*.
iistor of tiie
ail-*y, Idaho
publication
«rirtue of the
Lins thereto
verse
United S u>ch Land Office, at !
wiilnn i he sixty day»
they will be barred by
'oils of the Htatute in sue
and provided.
To
tory,
thereof.
case 1 ' m
pro
Mumj;* i.. Pound,
llcgialcr.
I direct that tho foregoing Notice of Aptiica
tiyn for Fatent* be published for the period of
day«
Idaho Wkskly Ksy»tokk,
lished at Ketchum, AUumhsLo., Idaho Territory.
Humes L. Pound,
Register.
consecutive weeks) In the
■•«paper pub
First publication, April 4, 18s5.
MINING NOTICES OF LOCATION

pre
v.ithin
this
office.
Idaho.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE
KEYSTONEOFFICE.
ad
Is
ugh«», a,
rpHESE
*• and t
BLANKS ARK WELL A'
tinted, and xre legal form«.
just
of
ses
had
a
a
First-Class Day and Night Herders in Con
8
Livery, Feed and Sales
STABLES
f
la Mdtzler'« Block, Main Street, Between Fourth
and Fifth, Ketch uni, iaaho.
First-Class Buggies, Carriages
and Saddle Horses
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO LET.
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD!
HORSES BOARDED
By the Itay, Week or Month.
nection with the Stable».
In Connection with the Above U
K HEARSE AND UNDERTAKER'S ROOMS !
GEORGE W. METZLER, Pro r.
• .. , j
The Traveling Fubhc are hereby informed
New Stage Line
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that M . M. Moore has established a
Tri-Weekly Stage Line, by
which quick time is made
Between Ketchum, Bayhorse,
Clayloit Challis, 8oaana, Caster, Hoastaa,
-AND—
Lost River Camps,

AND ALSO BLACKFOOT.
1 The stages will connect on time at Junction
with the Blackfoot and Challia Stage Line, and
] easy and rapid transit afiorded Passengers go
j inn either North or South.
: May 16-tf.
M. M. MOORE.
I
— OFFICE OF —
a
j
Salem, Oregon, July 1,18S5. |
To Our Agents, Fuirons and Others: I
|T IS WITH FEELINGS OF PLEASURE, !
1 pride and sat isfaciion that w ■ announce the |
following which is the result of our buainesa
for tho first six month« of this year ;
sic
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Premium Received from January
1st to July !, SS85, $50.057.06.
Inly I I S9S 4/ GQS *10
id «Ulf I; I OÖ
.
Tola! Losses ta January ist
Fvcm -which it is evident that the State ia
mt only the most popnl3r company, but that
it the n
ft careful In the selection of its
Comparisors with the last January
has largely increased,
!
,ve inci
exhibit shows that the a sects Li
2;>, now reaching tho bant
u of'
$25,671
>ir.e
^171,4=28.07.
The re-insurance res<
lurplus.
as als<
has the net
are
Hy
rued, e?p
of all the Cali
met with cu.r
6 euri luscu as
certainly gratifying to ail «met
at a time when over two-thirds
fomia and Eas'.em Companies
ms shrinkages in their
. . . _
shown by their last roports.
A statement of its many advantages ia all
and oonc^t poise
patronize tho
lv iir.elligent
rest to
that i3 necessary to cun vino
that it is

:r tu» lot
fir
fh „f
thaw h
It is prompt anil reliable, ami It lathe only
Company doing Lusicesa iu the Northwest
J*
. ,
All being Fn'.ly Paid Lp. The payment of Us
Losses averasinK within Tin Days of date ol
the fire.
AVo extend to each, cur grateful thr.nlz« anfi
ontinuance of jour aid aud patron
age, in order that the
solicit a
aïs Insurance l;
j*
position as the
LEADSS IHSURÂKCE C0KPAÜY OF THE
Pacific northwest.
: 2L W. CO^LSi SECSETAST.
Proclamation by the President.
The following proclamation has been
iäMued by the President:
The President of the Untied States hua
just receivefftlie sod tidings of the death
the illustrious citizens and ex-Precv
dent of the United Stales, Général Ulys
ses S. Grant, nt Mt. McGregor in the
State of New York, to which place ho
had lately been removed in endeavors !»
prolong his life. In making th1*
announcement to the people of the
United States the President is impressed
with the magnitude of the public loss at
great military leader who was in the
hour of victory magnanimous, amid die
aster serene and self-sustained; who iti
every stution, whether as a soldier or fta
a chief magistrate, twice called to power
by his fellow countrymen, trod
unswervingly the pathway of duty,
undeterred by donbt, single-minded aatfc
strightforward. The entire country has
witnessed with deep emotion his pm
longed and patient struggle with a pain
ful disease and has watched by his couch
of suffering with tearful sympathy. The
destined end has come at last, and his
spirit has returned to the Creator who
sent it forth. The great heart of the
nation that has followed him with lovo
and pride does now in sorrow mount
him, tenderly mindful of hi* virtwres, his
great patriotic services and of the Ices
occasioned by his death.
In testimony of respect to the memory
of General Grant it is ordered that the
Executive Mansion und the several
departments in Washington be draped in
mouning for a period of thirty days, and
that all public business shall on the day
of the funeral be suspended, and the
Secretaries of War and Navy will cause
orders to issued for appropriate mili
tary and naval honors to be rendered cm
that day.
In witness thereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the seal of tho
United .States to be affixed. Doneatthe
city of Washington this 23d day of July,
A. i>. 1835, and the Independence of the
Uuited States the one hundred and
tenth.
Gkovek Gleyeland, President,
T. F. Bayard, Sneretary of State.
It Made Him Angry.
Peter Curto was discharged from the
State Prison by Judge Field, before
whom the ease was taken on habeas car
pus. It appears that he did not want to
be diaelniregd, unit the Carson Appeal
quotes his remarks on the subject us fol
lows: " i was learning the shoemaker's
trade when the d
d lawyers started
In a few months more
iu to interfere.
I could have been uble to cut und make
a shoe all by myself. I had no desire to
get out until I could learn the trade,
and thon I would have something to start
with. Had I been able to make a shoo
iu the first place I would not have been
passing counterfeit mouey. When am»i
goes to prison and wants to lei,it) a trade
I think he should be allowed lofctay until
I he had mastered the tnd«f. As &yr
myself, you see, I Imve spent nearly two
j yeux» there for nothing. I wa* just get
| nig along nicely when that cursed cutler
I ... fVlim Tuf }.ro T «nmiosG
! c " liie num ritiu. i sui p ^ J
| uieaut well enough,but it's rough on ruQ.*
I In tho luat year before the War of the
! Rebellion, aaya the Brooklyn Eagle, tho
j miming expenses of Congress were » tri
fie lets than a million and a quarter ilcliara
to be precise $1,219.741. Iu thelnstyoa-r
these figures had increased to $3.217.540,
ratio that has considerable more
il
than kept place with the growth of the
country in population. During tho
from 1660 to 1085 tbo
quarter of u een tu
j coualls Iuls f . s - uuded from about 40,(bO.
!
0(10 to 55,000.000, while live Elates have
called for tUu addition of a correspond
i ing namber cf stars on the flag and iii
• Caugreaa have been added for ten
Senators sud thirty-two Represertfulivt 6,
making the present totals 76 nud c2(>
! respectively. To provide for tHo increase
of about 37 per cent, in popuUtiau and
than 12 per cent, in the manlier of
Legislators, therunniog expensed Ccn
a expanded 162 per cent.
of'
lei
gril
to
G, dOvibUct,»»
•Biuittis of tho
are being
Great îruud j, pernütte
. " for n ooufaUteratiub " by i
■ Kcw Y uv b Custom-House,
! grail ually
• ! utii-Ub wi.iob the Seer,
ury
iliscovered by tho exsniin ■
ry of tho Treaa ■
. ing ou. Tho amovmta of ) ha
i tniuilB already discoveiwi are formid
j able, mid not the least of them is a great
■try employes, who
>il salaries for promoting tho
n power at prt
tious.
ii ri
uumber of aim
dr«
J* j interests of the party i
i Lnury jnoetii'gB and olee
Us | -
ol i T.-uie fh-n-o
Hi, un Amorioan lady. Les
r.uglibh politics. She in
ijç :i porsontil canvass to soeur o
i her a;L'b:u.
I this the rt
her fatt er,
ia no slouch hi:
Those Idiots who tire
ging for lHiUlen treuKCtria
A lantic coast a
tackle our si
Thor" Î 3 greater promise hero.
j. t .
anfi ( ri
d 1:1,
:»n
l:'s return to Parliament. In
mon why T.eonard Jerorar,
Ip.s ubroad? Leonard
letr.
j*
ring and dig
iloug lim
cut Wefci and
vv-ri binai m o imtatLo 4
THE
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