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Semi * W ce kly Keystone.
W. ANDREW WHEELER,
I.C98CC, KDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
AUGUST I», 1HH.1.
SATURDAY
.Mining and Unsliu hs.
Tim 1 11vt sliilifitic« slunv Unit during
thopunt twi.yi'arrt tin' rolled States «'»Id
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£; 30 , 00 fM)f>{
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to IV
in tin* JMVt tV
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Tiiu.t fulling « IT
bctwcMMi flnsli ui.cl lb r I
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b r ;^\nhu\
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crops in lliu
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M'diRM'd; mid. ilimllv.
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the li
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mip.iidly of Hi
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to l tiy. i
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mripuuo tone
fcrud.* In not
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nul
* »UM, (I
ci. ;ut t«» iii.Uc
iimrUot for «
depivnaini
fueured geéd», and
iinlwitliHtiiuiling t(i. t tin- i'.iiii
H UP
I r y
on
I »» D*r ft HUptTllbUbllu
gmnu*
vvmlii think
rich
Out»
«if h
tin*t in Hindi mi cimirguucy tlio
Riou Of tlmEi.Ht wo lid turn to Wonturu
id moiiHV.
ng «tld «»tin*!' VVchtem outcrprihch to
mm
11ml H«B fur tlioir money, They
find plenty to encourage them." Surely,
mining in TJtuli 1 1 iiM neverbeen morn full
ef promise. Not only arc nil the eut
pi y tug mines still yielding us well us
ever—thut is, s ,vu one —but in many 1 1
tl.e old os iu pH Unit titid, In miiioi's pur
luuce, ruoeived " it b uok eye," it is found
tlmt only pluck, good judgment mid
money were needed to show that the
mines were us good ns ever. The daily
iihlpuients show only in part what is
going on. In many places theold crude
have been iiboudoned end mines
vuyi
urn beiug openud thoroughly with thu
Intention of (lovelopiug (In in in tmolia
■wuy Unit when they begin ugiiiu to yield
it wilt iiieiin plenty of bUMinese for u
term of years. Iu almost every oaae,
too, tlii» In being carried on solely
Du local pluck and money. The
Hast not only liolria aloof, but
adds to uu imbecile scoru tlio tbrent that
the silver dollar is soon to lie expunged
from the Treasury. Tho Eastern man
delights to tell how much some neighbor
of his lout in milling upeeuhtlion. lie
bought some shin es iu the Timbuotoo or
the Will-o'-the-Wisp, and lie lost Ids
money. Yet question such u mini closely
and lie will confess that another neigh
bor lout iu railway shares, another iu a
uorii eoiiptr, another iu unproductive
city real estate, and he will, ii driven to
' the wall, admit Unit the beaut ifill waving
gruiu does not pi omise to pay for rais
ing If u fair salary is paid to those who
tilled the Held und who w ill have to har
vest the crop. These refleotions are
«ln, king the determinat ion of men never
to uguiu eugago in mining, us they have
not boon bhukeu for live years past.
The wise ones declare Unit they already
siiitf another mining boom iu tiie air.
Tins ought to oueourage m n with good
prospecta to b"*d on and to work, iu
order to get their propertie, in as good
Mttible. H ruquiiVH very
• pour muling.'meat of a very poor lui il o
not to got from it uioro interest on
niouey tUuu people
tile East.
u condition ns |i
iro glad to accept in
Tills east leu people will ace
alter a while, und when they do their
money will begin to come this way. Iu
the uinimtiuio mining in the West takeu
«wuy the terror which is upon all East
ern uuiuuieroiid circles. Here labor for
ubertuin number ol men, and a market
for a oeilain amount of supplies is
neeurt'd. I lim e ia no place iu the Union
where people ought to be so well con
tdutial us west of the Koeky Mountains.
—Salt Lake Tribune.
I tirant, the tlrnt Napoleon
Iu Ids ease the cancer
Like Oeneiu
died of oanoer.
v an in tho stomach instead of the throat.
It caused hiui much severer paiu than
Orant siifT red. Toward the last he
could not. dig, at his L
munted by u constant thirst, ilia pulse
ben t with
improved, grew worse and Inid all the
hope, depression
marked Uraut'a idne.sn.
American soldier ho did not retain his
mental faculties to t ne last. The oir
eiimstanooH was different. Napoleon
*ua a vumpiished msn, u pnsoner,
deserted by hi« wife, and surrounded
only iiy the mouthers of ids milli.ury
family. His Inst words referred tohissou
and the army. Orant not only »tillered
less, Imt his last hours were brightened
by a thousand loving words aud tributes
from Ids wife and chlldrou, old uituyj
Comrades, his former foes, aud the moat
distinguished men of the world. So, iu
sense, it may lie said that Grant
was fortunate in the umniurof hia death.
—Mlautu Constitution.
it.
Hu wus tor
iiuiokiiuyg.
He
feveriah
id despair thut
Unlike tiie
email
T lie Hailey Time«, ayan'.i Eastern Wim
juiuy bus esiidil shod a eunnery on Had
li»h I.uke at Hawtouth mid catching und
Oi.UUlUg redilah. Tin . in the first the peo
ple of this section ever huurd of such an
Inal Dation. Die fact is, no »uch concern
wauevor, or probably ever will lie, estab
lished ou tie lake. It wus a masterly im
agination of the TUuuu inuu.
MA PUIUD.
To
Y
by
GALBRAITH—RIDDLE.—*Tn Koto hum. Auguafc
12, IK86, by Her. Get». Ritchie, Mr. John (Jal
hmilh and Mr«. Jennie Riddle, all of Bellevue.
NEW TO-DAY.
Letter List.
1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE
J PoBtofUoo at Ketchum, Idaho, Aug. J5, 1MH5,
iboli will b n Hont to the Dead Letter office ir
ot called for iu thirty day« :
ugh, ö T
Ik cock, W Ji
. f-ckwith, EW
< ! rk, Lr Palmer
child*, AJoro 1>
Person» calling for anv of tiie above letter
II Hiiv " Advertised," und give dato of list.
E. 11. WILLIAMS, P. M.
Summons.
I
Lorlng. TIioh
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Parker, C A
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, Robert
JlHOIl, J 11
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Pr olnot of
the County of Alturas, Territory of Idaho.
Gjcoüüe 8. Callihan, Plaintiff,
In the Justice's Court of Kefcohu
Joseph MUBPHY, Defendant.
Tho People of the United States in Idaho Ter
ritory send Ore ting to Joseph Murphy,
Deter riant.
Y OU ARK REQUIRED TO APPEAR IN AN
act.on brought against you by the uboyc
named plaintitf iu the Justices Ooui
iveichum Precinct, Altmas County, I tauo Ter
ritory, und answer before the J
office in Ketchum the complaint Hied therein
within Hve days (exclusive of the day of serv
ice) after the service on you of this summons if
served within t.ds county, but if served out of
this county but within this district twenty
rta>a, otherwise within forty days, or judg
meit by default will be c* :on against you îur
the sum oi Due Hundred ."d Thirty-one Dol
lars. HalJ action is brought to recover from
you the sum of One Hundred and Thirty -
Dollars for bomd furnished you by plaintiff at
your request, and you are hereby notified that
if you fail to appear and answer said botupl&int
as above required Judgment will bo taken
against you for the said amount, together with
costs of this spit. Muke legal service and due
return hereof.
Given uuder my hand this 14th day of
August, 1886.
A J ustioe of the Pi
E. O. Whcllkk, Atty. for Plaintiff.
•t of
nice at his
a
J. C. WAIT,
for said Precinct.
au!5
Summon!.
Id Juntioe Court of Ketchum Precinct of the
County of Allures, Territory of Idaho.
John Dunn and 8. tt. Randolph, Partners
Doing business under the firm-name and
style of Dunn & Randolph, Maintins,
vs.
Joseph Murphy, Defendant.
The People of the United States in Idaho Ter
ritory send Greeting to Joseph Murphy,
Defendant,
Y OU ARE REQUIRED TO APPEAR IN AN
action brought against you by the above
named plaintiffs intlie Justice Court of Ketchum
Precinct, Alturas County, Idaho Territory, and
answer before the Justice at his office in
Ketchum the complaint tiled therein, within
live days (exclusive of the day of service) after
the service
within this county, but if served out of this
county aud in this district twenty days, other
wise forty (lays, or judgment by default will
be taken against you for the sum of Two Hun
dred and Forty and 63-100 Dollars. Bald action
is brought to recover from you the sum of Two
Hundred and Forty ami 6-t-luo Dollars for
work, labor and materials furnished you by
plaintiffs at your special instance and request,
hereby notilied that if you fail to
said complaint
you of this summons if served
and you are
appear aud a
required judgment will be takeu against y
for the said amount, together with costs of this
suit. Make legal service and due return hereof.
Given under my hand this 14th day of
August, 1885. J. C. WAIT,
A Justice of the Peace for said Precinct.
E. O WHKELKR, Atty. for Plaintiffs.
above
HU 15
Sammons.
In the Justice's Court of Ketchum Precinct of
the County of Alturas, Territory of Idaho.
T. W. Gillette and Moby Evans, Partners
under the firm-name and style of Gillette
& Evans, Plaintiffs,
Joseph Mubphy, Defendant.
Tho people of the United States in the Terri
tory of Idaho, send Greeting to Joseph Mur
phy, Defendant.
Y OU ARE REQUIRED TO APPEAR IN AN
uo ion brought against you by tho above
named plaintiffs in the Justice's Court of
Ketchum Prec.uot, Alturas County, Idaho Ter
ritory, and answer before the Justice in
Kotoiimn at his office the complaint filed
therein within five days (exclusive ot the day
of service) after the
mmuiiB if served within i his county, but if
aoned out ot this county but In this district
twenty days, otherwise
Bald uotiou is brought to recover from you
Hundred and Eleven Dollars
rchandise furnished by
at your special instance aud
of thiH
ou y
ithin forty dajs.
the
for goods, wares and
plaintiffs to y
request, and you are lie eby notified that if
you lall to appear aud
as above required Judg
against you tor the aatd
costs ot suit. Make lugul
hereof.
Given mid
August, 1885.
swor suiil complaint
fill he taken
uat, together with
evvke sail return
nit
my hand tills 14th day of
J. C. WA1 i\
A Justice of the Peace for Haiti Precinct.
E. O. WflEELEii, Atty. for Plaiut ffs.
au 15
THE ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT!
Newly Re-Opened!
Under tho Old Management.
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-SEE M E
For Bill of Fare and Rates !
I
R. C. WEST, Frop'r.
A. ADAMS,
- Manufacturer and Wbolenale and Retail
—Dealer in—
Rough I Dressed
L to -
U Ul D 6 T
and- •
SAVED SHINGLES
arid
MOULDINGS.
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NOTICE
To Tub TTgldbrh or Kbtchum and Ciiallis
Waoon-Hoap Bcitirr:
Y OU WILL F LEASE REPORT FORTHWITH
to the underfilled tho amount olfHiioh
Ketchum Chain* Wagon Co. Koad Hcri|Yt beld
by yon, that tj»e same may bo Hi en tilled »«
valiil and geunlne, and subject to redemp
tion by the Ketchum At Cballi« Toll Road Co.
n GEO. M. SNOW.
Secretary K. àt C. Toll Road Co.
ail 12 2w
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT HAILEY, IDAHO, )
August 5, 1885. f
JOHN HARBTDGE OF ALTERAS COUN
r nndo Hoinostoad Appll
I,
* tin* Lot (», section
:
No. U ,
hip 4, North Ran
<1
ectto
: of the nor hesstq
rtheant qimr
rni-hip 4, Noith Range 17
ter
24,
'tic*• of luv Intention to
the
make lies
d that I
»rove mp residence and cultivation b f(
legist or and i.t
September 21 , 1885, by t
wltno
Ida
H J
Keton un>, Idaho.
1
le scribed.
xpect t
» the
ivor nt Halley,
Idaho, on
of ttie toll« wing
George P. Hudson, of Ketchum,
hard Went,of Ketchum, Idaho; lohn
it Ketchum, Idaho; Nelw Maish, o
JOHN HAKB1DG »• .
Land Officie at Hailey, Idaho, Aug. 6,1885.
Notice of the above application will be pub
lished in the Idaho KRMI-Wl.EKLY KKYHT
printed at Ketchum, Idaho, wh.cli I hereby des
ignate os the newspaper publi-hed nearest the
lan I de- c ibcd in said application
au5 tf
Homed L. Pound, Register.
NOTICE.
mins IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT MY INTKIi
" e*t in the Argonaut and Dixon Minos on
as royalty prod ace* 1
Lake Creek and the
therefrom are not responsible for any debts
that may be contracted in working said
unless by my written consent, the above-men
tioned ground having been by me lease«! for a
period of one year. JAS. COCHRAN.
CORSET
DOWNS'
PATENT 8ELF
AOJU8INO
[IMPEOtTEB.)
I S THE ONLY PERFECT FITTING, TRULY
nomtortabie aud he»Rh-yre8ervluK Corset
nude Has an Elaatlo Bcoilon ahoveauil below
a Corded Center-piece. En lrely different from
y otbe . Every Corset Is Stamped ai.d Abso
lutely Guaranteed In every particular. Ile-ure
to «ut the Downs' Patint.
only by the Gaoe-Downs Cobset Co., Chicago,
and for sale by tirst-c'
everywhere. Pbice, $1.50.
Manufactured
drygoods stores
Constable's Sale.
N otice is hereby given that by vir
tue of a judgment and execution issued out
of the Justice Court in Vienna Precinct. County
of Alturas, Territory of Idaho, in iavor of James
Moore, plaintiff, against L. P. Walker, defend
ant, for the sum of Fitity-nine and 60-IU0
($09 60 ) dollars and costs, notice is hereby given
that on SATURDAY, AUGUST 22ND. A. D.
1886, at one o'clo<k P. m., I will sell at public
aucti* li, to the highest bidder tor cash all the
Bar and Bar Fixtures contained in the Saloon
formerl y
of a Bar Counter. Bar Rack, Pictures, Chairs,
Tables, Lamps, Wood, Glasses, Cards, Lumber,
btove, etc. Terms cash on the fall of the ham
mer. CHAH. PAS8ELL,
au5 td Constable Vienna Trecinct.
by said L. P. Walker, consisting
Remington Standard
TYPE WRITER.
(BLOCK TYPE)
NSUKPA-SED FOR SPEED, DURABIL
ity and ease of manipulation. A child can
ope» ate it. Found generally in oounting rooms,
doctors' and lawyers' offices and the minister's
Send for new pamphlet giving full
description of latest and very important im
provemen s,
WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT,
Madison St., ne*ar Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.
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study.
Ketchum House,
Third Street, Ketchum, 3d Door from Main.
Opposite Weber & Cowley's Stable.
First-Class, well furnished, commodious rooms.
GOOD STRING BEDS AND THE MOST
QUIET PLACE IN TOWN FOR A NIGHT'S
REST.
Kooms Accessible at All Hours.
Greenhow&Rumsey
Successors to
T. E. Clohecy & Go
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KETCHUM, IDAHO.
The L wading Wholesale and Retail House
Wo d River for Mining and Family
Truie, Keep Constantly
i Full and Complete
Line of
iiaiui
Staple ai Fancy Groceries
Crockery and Glassware,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
GENTS'
\
IE
SADDLERY
and
GRAIIt
Firfii Hands for Cash and *1
vuves. HV an> Prepared to
h the Trade andt'ustorn
fr
bo IU
Fi
F uni is
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Agent for the
StudebakerWagons
»
W* Keep
Hand# Laroe Assortment
Spring, Farm and Ore Wagons
Altio, Agent« for
HEECULES POWDER.
WUall and Exnmln before PurchaMriff
Else where. GBEENU0W At UUM.bEY.
B
We Guarantee this CELEBRAT
ED POWDER to be Five per cent
Stronger than any other Powder
now in the Market. We have just
taken the Agency for it and will
in Future carry a Large Stock of
all Sizes used in this Section.
HARDWARE, TINWARE AND STOVES,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
BELTING, HOSE,
SteajnFipe, Brass Matt and Cast, Steam Fittings, all Ms
f
PAINTS, OILS, LAMPS AND CHANDALIERS,
HARDWOOD LUMBER, IRON & STEEL.
TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK DONE IN THE NEATEST POSSIBLE STYLE.
ß®"Call or Write for PRICES and we will Save you Money.
COFFIN BROS.
REDUCTION
-IN
•AT
L. SCHWEITZER'S.
PALACE HOTEL,
: : KETCHUM, IDAHO
MAIN STREET, :
JAS. JUDGE Proprietor
A First Class House in Every Respect.
TWENTY-FIUE ROOMS FURNISHED THROUGHOUT WITH SPRING BEDS.
Dining Room is Run on the European Flan by
JAMES JUDCE, Proprietor;
MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT.
ORDER WHAT YOU WANT AND PAY ACCORDINGLY.
NO CHINESE COOKS EMPLOYED.
GILLETTE & EVANS
—Dealers ii
Stoves. Tinware, Hardtvare, Miners' Tools, Table and Pochet Cutlery.
Guns. C'Alois, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle
und Sporti ng Goods.
-o
TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKJO ORDER.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
IRON AND STEEL
•STOrdevs by Mail will receive prompt attention. We aim to give satisfaction.
: ; Ketchum, Idaho.
Gillette At Evans, :
CHEAPEST PEACE ON WOOD RIVER
TO BUY
FuRnItUrE
CaRrEtS
AND
-IS AT
A ADAMS'
MAIN STREET, KETCHUM, IDAHO,
AGENCY FOR THE GENUINE SINGER SEWING MACHINES.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
l'ARTS AND FINDINGS
STEWARD BROS.,
Have Just added to their stock of stationery and Fancy Good* a complete stock of
XXR/tTQ-S .A. IST JD 3 SÆEDIOX 3 STES,
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TOILET SOAPS, IIAIR. TOOTH AND NAH, BRUSHES, PERFUMES. COSMETIQUES, TOLLBT
WATERS. FACE POWDERS, POWDER BOXES. AC . AC.
Prescriptions t'uretully Coinponndcd.
Alao, Dealer« in
WALL TAPER, CHIMNEYS, GLASSW ARE, MAJOLICA WARE. MIRRORS. PIPES. TOBACCO
CIGARS; IN FACT, EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS
VARIETY STORE, INCLUDINO
tho Bast Assortment of Stationery and Blank Books on Wood River.
Remember the place
ii
POST OFFICE STORE,

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