KETCHUM, ALTURÀS COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY. AUGUST 15, 1SS5.
One Copy One Year.
Onfi Copy Hix Mon' h« .
( »no Copy Tiir r t
Hippie Ccpv, K
Delivered by C
ti per Month. .75 ( enta
OOIiAlTDO B. BATTUS.
Hyndman & Batten,
Practice In all the Courts and Land Office».
D. E. Waldron,
Hailey, - — Idaho.
v;it! practice In..»It the Courts of the Territory.
J. H. HAWLEY.
•V. M. BUICK
Hawley Â Ruick,
Will practice in all the Courts ot the Territory.
Bruner, Parsons Bruner,
: : IDAHO.
H 4.ILEY, :
Geo. II. Roberts.
(ex-Attorney General of Nebraska!
: : Idaho.
JQS"Oflice over l'imes building.
James C. Dow,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOR KETCHUM
Will attend to legal business in the County
and District Court.
A S S A Y E R ,
Offloe next door to Ketchum Hunk.
0. B. Estes, M. D.,
PRACTICING PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Leave call» at Steward Bro».' Drug Store,
: ; IDAHO.
Taylor &, Hastings,
ASSAYERS il SURVEYORS,
JOKFT 3. HASTINGS,
K S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR,
Ir. jD. ZfeivDian,
Feed, Sals and Liver} Slaule.
Ponrth Street, Opposite J. 0 Swift Æ Co.,
Waod River Reol Estate, fflioins. Insarases
and Collection hmy.
JOHN Ci. WAIT,
• Ute and Collec
Justice of the 1
Tïsnsacts* a :u;i
House» loftee i ami K n
»mined aud roi»ort€d on
likhara & Ija*\
OflSco one do O'
d Real E
S T CING ft SPECIALTY,
ut and 1
»mb. Poise City;
below Baxter H<
ît f Ai
: ID VHO.
A. 0. U. VL
•dar m» • i
u p. at
it. c. w
J. J. lAYI/.' 4 .
. ue A
TAKEN ST T 1
: ou :i PROCESS.
:on irr. 33
ON MAN D
! f ^ \ / r> - " X
i \ tl 1 O i
: r "1 «
Pinkham & Lewis, ,
Wholesale s Retail
Hardware, Hails and Steel,
We have en route a large stock of new goods
and are now prepared to
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
PINKHAM & LEWIS,
Fine Llqnors and 'Wines.
Havana and Domestic Cigars.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Transact a general banking business
iu all its branches.
Interest paid on Time Doposit.
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,
Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Ger
many and Austria.
Collections made with prompt returns
at lowest rates.
Certificates of deposits issued payable
Eiglest Market Prices Fail
San F3ANCÏ8C0 .
.Irirst Nntionêl Pfnk.
. Vf ells, F &rgO cfe Co
nif a s
Ê f St ?
rib fi 11 b
y* \ n b
L u S n
C? \ T T?
JL \JXn kJIÎlIjJÙ.
T. E..CL0HECY & CO.,.
Fcb. 21 -tf
IT otic a -o Creditors.
Notice L here 1
and all ]
May ü, lt? 9 R.
, ivcn Feed andSales ;
I In Metxicr'«Block, Main Street, Detweon Fourth ' in
and I ifth, Ketchum, Idaho. ; no
First-Class Buggies, Carnages
and Saddle Horses
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO LET.
HORSES BOUGHT ÂfiD SOLD!
B.v the Day, Week or Month.
I frst-CIa»» Day and Night Herders in Con
nection with the Stahles.
In Connection with the Above is
Ä HEARSE AND UNDERTAKER'S ROOMS !
GEORGE W. METZLER, Pror.
New Stage Line
The Traveling Public are hereby informed
that AT. M. Moore has established a
Tri-Weekly Stage Li\
which quick time is made
Between Ketchum, Bayhorse
Clayton, Ghallls, Bonanza, Custer, Houston,
Lost River Camps,
AKD ALSO BLÂCKFOOT.
The stages will connect on time at Junction
with the Black'oot and Cballis Stag#* Line, and i
easy Ænd rapid transit afforded Passengers go- j
in? either North or South. j
\t,v ivf ir',AT>fl
* day M - M - MOORE.
— OFFICE OF —
Galem, Oregon. July l, i»$5. j
rons and Others:
PLI aHURE, ;
nc? the I
of our buslaeü»
To Our Agents, Pat
|T IS WITH FEELINGS OF
* pride and »at : .sfaction that, \v
following which is the re.su
for the first 8 lx months of this year:
Premium Received from January
1st to July 1,1885, $50,557.96.
Toial Leases from January 1st
îo Juiy I, 1805, $4,935.29.1
. rom wtieh it i» evident that the fTmtd is j
not only the meet popular comp
it is the mos; careful in the selection of iis I
ri-k 8 . ComporLsons with the last
, hut that
es i bit shows that the assets ha
5-3,071 2 •, new reaching tl
! 8 urancc rererve has
lias the net suri lus.
ilfying io ail oonccrued. c
when over two-thirds of all the Cali- |
vith encr- I
ut a tit
t-r»un 1 hat
i-j a' h i y ns j
It is prompt aud re!:
Company doing busin«
id it Is the onl;
the North we»
îloüapaid norCcuisLil Ljtsrs.
rratcfnl thanks and
solicit a c.
• ".ce of y
^c, in orde
e P * »1 ?
> A * A >f A ►. r iî 7 7 '•••
Lr a CL 1 1? ?is5uï
j w r
GREAT SHOSHONE FALLS. |
The Niagara of the West, anti the 1'ros- |
|>ectivc Capital of Idaho.
The great Shcehone Falla are on Snake River, j
in Idaho Territory, twenty miles from ShOHho
no Station, ou the Oregon Short Line llaii w
Fork" ot the Columbia, and the volume 'in
The Snake River is the principal tributary or
of water pouringover tue lall* ia euormouB, j
especially durin* Hie summer month», »hon |
'olleu by the melting snows
from a v. st area ot mountainous country lu
Idaho, Utah, Wyomina and Montana. 1
seventh of a mile in '
Ju»t before nuik-j
•ends seventy ; . s
a distance of fifty yards*, by a aeries ot i
channels by !
ain fall is
•width aud 210 feet in huigut.
ing the fiual leap the river d
cascade« asperated into nu
rocks a hundred feet
mo e in height; finally
these channels unite at the main fail.
cascades iucrea.sc the total height
ilh the cr«.at cata-'
The liver flows through a great gorge, the !
■alls of vvhic.i
îact, adding greatly to the i icturesquenc
dark lava rock rising 760
feet above the falls, and more than i,uuu feet j
above the river below.
» smooth, green sheet, hut is brokeu frem the j
very crest iutu a glulering mass of loam of
orris can |
cloud of spray, Idling the chasm aud expand- ,
ing lar into the open air encompassed with !
rainbows of dazzling brightness. A curve in j 1
! the line of the fall and projecting rucks on each I
I bide give a very near and distinct view into the 1 of
very heart of the cataract.
The wait r does not flow over as at Niagara, in i
j whose delicacy aud brilliancy no
] convey an adéquat;; idea. From below rise* a
tic Cliffs by which it is environed; and the aw- ]
iul gor.e into which it fa.m, combine to im- j
pro»» the beholder even more powerfully than ,
the world lamed cataract ot the Last.
Three miles above the Cheat tab are the Twin j
height, aud only le » graue
Compared with Niagara the volume of water j
leas, but its great height I
The varied and
and the breadth
; 'Jbo feet against 1C5.
I changing color of the falling mass; the maj
Falls, lbu feet
than the mighty cataract belcft
ties further up are the American F aha,
cauo of liny feet, directly beneath a great .
j bridge cf the Orc«on Short, Line hailw.y. l
I The beat litiang in America is to be had in !
tua ureal lall» and j
i above the Twin Kalla, the stream a onndius
j in Salmon trout, many of Oseni rcachiuy thirty |
inches iu length, and some even exceeding thir
the bnake Liver belo
lies intervening between the I
falls and bhoshone Station are easily traversed J
in three hours in comiortablc stages over a good
j ioad, and the time will be reduced another year
1 to tv, o hours and a half.
Shobhone Htaticn is reached in palace cars in I
260'miles from Ogden, Utah, via the Ltah aud
I Northern, and Oregon bhort Line branches of
J the Urdun Pacific Kailway.
Good accommoaaticns at very moderate
prices are air ecu y provided at the fails lor
bmall parties, and a commodious hotel will be
i reeled this year, since the Oregon bhort Line
Railway is now connected through to Port
land, enabling travelers to and from the Pacinc i
Northwest to enjoy eu route the delightful epi
sode of a visit to the great cataract.
! Excursion tickets to Great Bhoahcne Falls are i
I sold at -11 important stations of the Urnou Pa- I
dmg io t. nuer. I
:.:icnai P.irk. tne 1
eihc Railway. Ticket« aie eold at Ogden to
holders of througu tickets, via the Union Pa
eifle Railway to or from the Pacific coast, at a
i rate of $J 8 .U).
j Tne rate from Council Bluffs, Omaha or Kan
j to Suoahone x ails and return is *dd.iu.
'i ht; ticke: a from Council Biniia and Oinona in
elude a trip io Denver and return to Kansas
« City, .f desired. Sf ocial rate
parue» of live or me
A visit to Fhcahcn
with a trip to Ytllc%
touriat leuvintr the n
at Pucatiilo from vr.
e to Y»» i low stone
ciut Hie Fall» may be
d i a
j of a tr
I no .' w
uat^d in the mid at
i aB ht
pierced by the
in carry thither
as or c of the cb
an i the fame
ill be spread through all lands
kf attracriono of earth.
(I^TGOIiPO 3 AT 2 D.)
* ÎJ >L
rvt i Cr
\UM AND VIENNA, I. T.
VniaiiESA!iK DEALERS AND JGBDITRS IN
T W Q ?
± Jill kJ I
LIQUORS, TOBACCOS ami CIGARS.
n, ' f ^ tX 3 t
\ 0 ifjiS ^ ÿ S i l
lJ iji û .* 3 2 i 5a
DEALERS IS GRAIN,
HAY AND MILL FEED
AND SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
rn >V>;> \TVP PT A 1 ST
IP PL P l) i\ A 1 l 1J lj j, r \ - N 1
i U \
'V ^ Is [/
? JL ■■ X_v JL V
mi fvir roi
n SATrrootte* 3ünylJi^r oo.
the i 1 *.
-s ;..i Ci
• ■> 3 l !,
Tha Honored Dead.
The old commander has found the cu'y
substantial peace, lie has won his great.
oit fight.Tho chaplet of laurel and ivy
hi! no nobly wan, so gracefully wore, 1»
freshened and brautful to-day villi tri
umphaut tributes of willow and eyprrsi.
Sobbing and sadness are in every face,
'in all hearts. Neither the blue n< r t£d
gray can be distinguibed through Ihn
nliH * t of general distress. In the litnrt
, . . .
wlu ' iJ b,lt 11 Iaw 3' e,ira *&>> »»» tb '
1 md huzzas of mi approving, grateful,
und well served people, naught is heart!
suve wailful dirges aud sorrow-laden
. s jg| 1H . Malignant purtizana clasp htuids
, , . , lt . ,
sum exchange sentiments of the grief
and voe; the private soldier and theoiS
[ cer meet ou common ground tnd mingl.»
j their tears in one common nro. All who
him proudly, willingly, all nh.>
! oppoaeed Lim. manfully, heroically, in
! IHo, now follow him humbly, moerr *•
fully to hie grave. That greatest im n cf
j the greatest nation on earth lias h'ic%
stainless dowu ihe duties of the citizen,
j tlie b0110r8 of lllfi true > conutry loving
sîi.teitleal! und the pride and joy of tho
| husband and father. General Grant,
: goes down in history a more magnificent
, a mau of m ,, ra ma rked individual
j 1 a!J ' mental furtso «:iAe Lira for all in
I —thiiii BU y of Lis prodcccpsora in ::r.y
1 of the posts he so grandly, ao honorably
so jusliy filled. Fume conltl r.ot spell
him, nor disaster daunt him and cue of
the grandest, though pathetic phases cf
i his life, «as, when ruined in health and
] private fortune, ho took np ugain iho
j struggle of life, and sought to repair
, , , ,- , ... ,
the losses that must nlttmi telv
j come hi"' 11 1»« beloved ones, by literary
labor. That and all others struggles aro
now over aud the prayer for his country :
Let us have pence," is answered in the
. . . . , . _
l ,eace thut httS cou,e to hw own
! ^15 Lf^* 111© prebGVed country WB 8 his
j great life work, it will be tala ever grow
jug monument. He occupied tho great
| bent of the nation and the UCtiou's tears
j will flood him, in the ftrk cf hia genius,
I ^ everlasting glory and renown. Wm,
J M. Bunn ill Philadelphia Tranecript.
The plea of insanity in tho case of
Riel was unsuccessful. Ho has been
convicted and sentenced to bo hanged,
on the 18th of September. Tho prisoner
addressed the jnry at a great ?en« i.h,
prefacing his speech with r.n oemost
and affecting prayer. In the course of
his remarks he arraigned the Govern
ment for failing to do anything to sat
isfy the people of tho Northwest, nl
! though petition after petition hi.ii been
sent to the Government npp*aling
i relief, the authorities had not answered
once or fiven a eign cf response. This
fact, snic. Biel, wrotild iuüicalo absolute
lack of responsibility and insanity com
plicata d witli paralysis. TLe jnry, al
tliongli returning n verdict of gnüty,
made an earnest appeal in behalf of tho
prisoner and recommended him to tho
I mercy of the Crown. It was an tffeht
1 iU ß «"t nc, much sympathy being exhib
ited fur the unfortunate man. HivS î^rîi
lence may possibly be commuted to im
prieoiiment for life, which would Lgyo a
tendency to guin the gcod will cl tho
disaffected half breeds.
Jufit received a fine line cf gent'a
clothing ut Pinkham A, Lewis*.
xml | txt