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n*HHis«ro.« LETrr.B.
(Don ow Rifalw Oom*p««iw:.|
WuHimlOX, I). O, Sept 11, W.
Mr. Cleveland h*» It in hi* power
i:i end the silver debate in the Senate
in twenty-four hour», but lie *o far
lia* potiiirrlf refused to do it Per
hap* now, that Mr*. Cleveland haa
given birth to another girl and that
mother and daughter are doing well,
he may be sufficiently molested to
consent to what will close the debate,
which is admitted by all, silver and
anti-ailver men alike, to ire doing
more harm than good. His latest ul
timatum, given to an administration
Senator who had called on him to
suggest that the compromise proposed
by Senator Faulkner, of West Vir
ginia, or a similar one to be adopted,
was that the Vorheea rejesal hill must
be passed without any condition
whatever. If be »till maintains that
attitude be may, indeed, probably
will in tbs end see the Vorhee* bill
passed, hut it will only be after a
long and bitter struggle that will cer
tainly disrupt the Democratic party
The compromise suggested ii that
two or three million of silver dollars
be ccsnrd each month until tbe total
shall reach ÄMjWOgOOU. The sug
gestion is personally approved by
many administration Senators, but, of
course, they will not vote for it un
ies* Mr. Cleveland aays so.
Tbe House is dragging along io a
manner that indicates to all the world
that it haa received its orders to kill
time until further order*. It is un
derstood that an attempt is to be
made in the Uoose to stir up a bitter
partisan debate over the bill to re
peal the Federal election lawi, tbe
idea of the Democratic leaders being
that such a debate will draw party
lines sharply, solidify the Democrats
in the House, and stop the threatened
stampede of Southern Democrats to
the People's party on account of the
silver question. The Republicans in
the House will neither seek nor avoid
such a debate, but they will certamly
cppnte, by every mean* at their com
mand, tbe repeal of these laws, the
restraint now left upon tbe Demo
crats of tbe South and of the large
cities.
The position taken on the Chinese
qnrslirtti by the administration it cer
tainly a little odd. After waiting
many month* it now officially an
nounces that all Chinese convicted
under tbe Geary law will forthwith
be deported, although it is perfectly
well known that the funds at the dis
posal of tbe Treasury department, for
this purpose, are not sufficient to pay
for tbe deportation of one per cent,
of the Chinese who have made them
selves lisble to the law by neglroting
or refuting to register. The Sena
tors and Representatives from the
Pacific coast have been constantly
urging Sécrétai y Carlisle to enforce
tbe lew, and at first they were dis
posed to think that it was their argu
gumeot which had hrougbt about the
change. It baa, however, been unof
ficially announced that it was be
cause tbe new Chinese minister had
made no more towards securing a
new treaty between tbs two coun
tries that tbe law is to be enforced.
If that isn't an odd reason to publicly
give for enforcing a law, one was
never before given. It ie as if tbe
, , , , .
administration htd said to th« new
I Chine
minister: " We shall
bavin th« its Donation o( vour ccun
1 3
iryman, unlaa. you at one« submit
propositions for a now trealv." Sure
r - r * -
ly tha ambitious composers of comic
I ,rs>rt Will not overlook uirK
ofmrs will not overioox such promt»
ir>p m^tcrul.
U ^JjSpcskrr Rond coBtincaa to
crow quastion snd maka fools of the
j>aid attornHT* ol tha free trader« who
appear before the committee, not
*pp**r h«for« th« committee, not
withstanding tha unconcealed effort»
of Chairman Wilson and los Demo
cruje wIlMgvn on Hit commitlre lo,
cretje colleagues on the committee to
protect and aid them, the Democrat*
will be mighty ylad when the public
hearings before the House Way* and
Meat»» r()mm;tiV*ocro« to an end.
As at present conducted they are a
farce anyway; the commute# waa or
ganiied no report a free trade tariff
bill end it will do it, uni«* the order
ia counterajÿnded fro^ its orijfinal
eource — the White Hc-uÿ*.
*5#S2j,V,
Senator Teller nak -»Ve,of tbe bit
terest attacks ever roadY upon tbe
preas of the country, in connection
with tbe silver quv-.lioni U
the newspspera »uh being**^i*nda
Clous in dealing with the silverques
tion and with i.-n>u,«antty circulating
• rhfirg>d
false- statcmentE. aua dcrued that th«v
repreaent the •e-iitimcnl of th* coun
try on thi* question. He said there
are no longer any great newspapers
Of jfTfll fditon, MtC'h k* HoftCf Ore*
ly and Henry IUymood, in Tkijeoun
try, sort that nowapap c-j an- wow run
like manufactories, for money only.
The tone of the speech was entirely
unexpected, and made a sensation
which has not died out yet, and ia not
likely to very soon, and the press of
the country will probably have con
siderable to sav in defense.
It will be sometime before the hard
feelings stirred up by the angry pass
age of words between Senatori Hale
and Vtwb^cs dies out. The word* of
Senator Hale, which left the sharpest
sting, were the following, which con
tain an unmistakable intimation not
at all creditable to Vorheea: " 1
spoke not only for myself, but for
other Republican Senators, and no
such stuck shall prevent us, whenev
er we see fit, from speaking freely*.
itliout being subject to retorts of
the kind which the Senator from In
diana has made, and which he will
not he proud of tomorrow."
Wages must go down " it the big
head line in • recent issue of the Chi
cago Tribnne—and yet on the edito
rial page of the same paper working
i are told what a bleating tbe
"honeat" (gold) dollar will be to
them. -Chicago Express.
A ditpttcb from I-ogansport, Indi
ana, ia headed : * Thieves arganized
in Chicago." For that matter the
thieves are orgtniied all over the
United Sûtes, and they are all in fa
vor of tha "gold standard."—Chicago
Express.
J
Of Boise county. State of Idaho, will
meet in regular session at the clerk's office
in Idaho City, on
■swear. Orwles a. I'M
All accounts or other nisuers coming
U-fore said Board should be filed two days
prior to that time.
All accounts sod pspera must be legally
rifh-d to insure action thereon, ana no
hill wit) be presented unless all ttie
are paid ART. CUNNINGHAM,
tterk Board Co. Cor
September 15. ttS
Treasurer's Notice.
The lollowing warrant* will be paid
upon presentation at my office:
cOCSt TT OSKEHAL VOID.
No 284. registered July 18, 1891; No.
2S5, registered July IK, 1881.
HOSPITAL rCSD
No 429, registered Oct. 16, IBS»
HOAD PTlrO.
No M8. registered Oct 15, 1890 : No.
348. registered Oct. 15, 1x90
F F. CUUHCU, Treasurer
Bv E. W Barkt. Deputy
Aug 11. It*3-ra2
The Salt Lake
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of the Western slope, and particularly to
the development ol the IuutcMnoutain
country.
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it* irgrular martii.g» It. t>dd Frllow»* Hsll.
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hitf» ol . art. ruoDtli All wctnl era to good »«and
lug hr* lUTtifd to «tutti 1 y r*r«1er of tbe >. Q.
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liy. Mw-oud Mid fourth rts urday evrniuga of each
MOUth. All Ui**ube-rs iu g*H»<1 »laud ng are luntad
to stt*ttd. By orUer vf the N. ü
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Hai Idaho t tty, ou the lat »ud At Tuesday
Inga of mrb month AU menib'ra id gr**d stand
ing hi* «avftsd U> utaud Hy order of the N. O
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be firai rbtarad y «««sing of each month
nb ta te good »landin« are invitHI to attend.
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FANOY GROCERIES,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
—FURNISHING GOODS—
Trunks, Fafises, Fur Robes,
HATS—the finest la the market,
BOOT 8 AND 8 HOE 8 ,
fee*___- uwuuii w
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TT A T » PWA~H.B
CARPETS, I» ALL PAPER,
HOUSE LINING,
The highest prices paid for Furs
Oct 18-tf.
NAHUPACTUHEU eg
TIN WARN,
SDeot-Iron,
--and—
COPPERWARE
Particular attention given to Kepairitif
Tinware and pumps. Also, dealer in
Cooking and Heating
STIVES,
LEAD AND IRON PIPES,
Pumps, Hose, Nails, Glass. Rope.
SHOVELS,
SportingaDdBlasting Powder
COTURY.IHOT, CARTRIBSIt, REVOLVERS,
Hay and Rarh'y Forlen, Fork Handler
Scylhs, Snalh» and Gram
Cradles, Plows, Cul
tivators,
AN I MI LLP, -MACHINE EXTRAS' &
SCHÜTTLER WAGONS
Agent for the. Celebrated
One* If eye IIo.i*vesi
MACHINERY.
AND 8ULKY HAY RAKES.
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Horse Shoes and Horse Nath
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DRUG CO.j-Lim't'd,
Is note open and ready for business.
Out prescription department will r*.
celve special atu-niIon from Wm H Nye
and w Qalbraith, both PhannacisU of
loog experience.
Orders by mat l or telephone promptly
attended to.
Onr many friends in Boise Htuin will
we hope, give us a share of their vuluet
orders Adtlresa.
ZVye-Oalbraith Drag Co.,
Odd Fellows Block,
June 10. »9- tf] Botae City, Malm
Treasurer'* EToUce.
The f.tlliialng wsrvanu will be paid on
présentation at uiy office:
road r, mi
Wsrrmnt No 648, registered Oct. 15
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Harrant No. 286. registered July 18
18*).
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bejlt. 18, IstW
i»ah hy , Co. Trias
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED,
Agree to sell to the people of Boise county
and elsewhere
•to vas,
tAnom,
tinware,
URAJYXTE WARE
PARLOR,
bedroom,
DININO ROOM and
kitchen FURNITURE.
Tor lea. money than any other Dealer, in Onuthem Idaho. Write u.
lor Price*.
POINDEXTER & ZIMSSER.
S.p,. 13,1S»3-„S. Building, Boi»
Notice of AppliCAtton for U. 8. Patent.
Uhiikd Statk« Laud orner, 1
Baue t ity, Idalo, Julv VI, 1893. »
Notic« I« hereby gl*ett that Jam**« « . Jordan,
*rhoa« |MMtofflt « addrr** Ü 8-n Franc *ro Cuhfor
nia aud SanurlO. ttowcu, who««* )M>»tofli4.e •dtlrc«
i>nt. rvlll«, Idaho, br Thomas W. Boweu, who»e
add re«» l.Venfnrlll«. I^ho.Jhoir y«ux
and attorney Id fact haa made application for a
Uuttsd States Faleut lor th«
Oro Fino
Isod« mini ns claim, ■ t«*te Ini Elk Horn
latrie , « ni nc cntinty, 8 at« «f cou»l«*iing ol
14 hl linear foot «»f tbe l"d« and »nfftce groiind .«7
fern wide. b. Kursor No 889 A aud deaigna • d on
the o«ct .1 pint and (leid no»«a aa Lot No. 39 A. un
ttirvoved lands ol tbe U bed State* wtili magnetic
w latum at W drgre«« 30 mlunic* h, aa folio**:
Brgiunitig at d»*. Ovcry, the ecu «r of an open oui
lu earth «rh«< j llit* notice »•! ovation wra* ongina i>
iKMted; tbe»c« N H6 degree* 02 mlnuica L along t *e
Leurrai cour*« or line of fern 420 fi st to ear center
po*t marked •*£" center end Oro Ftno; lju?n«^e »
dt grere 56 minute« F-, 2.VJ.Ô feO to
location identical with cor. No. 1 c
marked -—A, whence a pine tree blaiad and
869
marked B. T. —A bear a N 42 degrees 05 minntes
W 135 feet distant. U. S. Mineral Monnment No. 1
bears N 48 d«*gre«s minute« E 27H25 f*ei;
thence 8 86 degrees 02 iniuuiea Mr 14sl feet
Cor. No 2t a pine post marked -—A. whence
for No. 2 of location l*ear* 8 86 degrees 02 minute*
W 44 leet, theure N 3 dogrcea 58 m.mUcs W
507 feet to Cur. No. 3, identical with Cor. No
3 of location, a pine post marked--A, whence
889
a pine tree 1G inches in diameter blaaed aud marled
B. T. —A bears N 25 degrees 22 minute* L 26.6 f<-'«i
9
i thence N 86 degrees 02 mlnutea fc
et io Cor. No. 4, iueutlcal with v-or. No.
A
4 of location, a pine post marked —A. Mhence
889
a Hr tree 16 Inche» in diameter blazed and marked
B. T. —, bear« N 43 degrees 30 minutes W 37 feet
distant ; thence 8 3 degrees 58 minutes E 507
Cor. N*» 1, »he place of beguiuing; eu»*
hrauiug su area of 17.237 «er s. I he *aid
mining clai .. being on .ccord lu t e ofhee of the
County Recorder «-f aaid uitniiig district at Idaho
» lit, iu Boiae conniy, 8tate of ida.to. The neareat
locations beiug the Go Devil, which aujoiua ibis
chum on «he no th. the Western Wonder i n*ur
rey eU). situate IU0 f**et aouth of the Oro Finn milt
site, clamiauts, J. ii. Mccuuly and the heir or
.VHtcbel Boruu, Mrs. Baker s claim (uusurveyetl)
usuie unknown, «ttu«te 160 leet e«Ht.
Auy aud all persons elalniiu ; diversely any por
lion of Hie said *• Uro Kino " lode claim <*r surface
ground are lequired to Sie their adverse claims
thereto with the Register of ihe Unite-i Siaies Laud
office at Boise City.öta«»' of Id diu, within the sixty
days thereof* or they will be barred by vir ue of t c
provisious of the statute i i such cases made aud
provided.
Notice of Application for U. 8 Patent
United Status Land Office, (
Bolne City, Idalm, July 11,1893. j
Notice is hereby given tbst .lame* ■ . Jordan.
wbo>«e post office addreBS is San Francisco, Cwlilor
iiii* ami jjatnuel C. Bo • en, hose pos offiev addris*
is « entervtlie, Idaho, by tlieir ageni aud ai ontey
m fact, Tt'Oma* W. Bownn, whOBep slotllcu address
ia Ceuterv Ur, Idaho, haa made appiicatiou for
a United Statua Patent for tbe
Gladstone
Lode miulng claim, situate in Elk Horn mining
district, ikdae «•tviniy, täte of Idah«», couBiatiug of
1500 ItMi-ar feet »if tbe l«xie. aud bui face ground 600
led wide, being Sur. N". 891, and désignât- A tin
the official plat aud held nuten as Lot N". 42, nuaur
veyed Und of the United State«*, with magnetic va
riation at 19 degrrev 20 minutes E, aa f dlowx:
beginning at discover.», the center «if a shaft 4x5
let t, 40 led deep m earth and solid r«x:k. allere tt«e
nou. e ui location waa originally ported, theuce N
htf degree« 25 minute» W .dong tbe general coure
or l.ue uf vein 750 feet to the west center end, a
hr poet marked H91, wheuce weal ceuter end loc*
nou post bear« N 89 decree« 45miitUt< » W 46.5 leet,
thence N 0 degree« 15 minute» E 300 feet to Cor. No.
1
1 , a fir postmarked—, whence Cor. N»*. 1 cf loca
891
tif»n bear« N 80 degrees 45 minute» W 40 ieet din
taut; t eitce 8 n'J degree» 45 mill nie»
1ÖU0 feet to Cor. No. 2, a pme po«t marked
2
—-, whence Cor. N. 2 of location beans S 89 de
891
green 45 minute» E 23 feet distant, G00 feet to Cor.
No, 3, a fir post marked —, whence Cor. No. 3 of
891
—, whence a white fir 13 inches in diameter blaaed
and marked B. T. — bears N 85degrees 34 minute*
891
E 29.5 feet distant. U. 8 Mineral Monument No. 1,
Elk Uoru milling district, bears S' 74 degreu
minutie W 1958 leet distant; thence N 0 de
grec« 15 minute* E 6oo feel to « or. No J,
the place of beginnlug, embracing an area of 20.^61
acre*.
Ihe »aid mining claim being on record in the of
fice of t e »unity itecoidc. of «ai l mining district
at Idaho City, t ounty of Boite. Mate of Idaho, tlie
Heure»» location* being the Pride of Idaho, it ugh
: Turner kud B ot»i r, claimant» {»ittaUrveyid), lien
I ..lung the north side, the Elk Uoru and Bid« Hill
! bur. No. 888, »ituate abou TOO or 800 r»*»:t we»t
Uaiuh -w (Iluaurvey »I), » laimaut J. W Kilt*, lies to
the ifouitiweet about 2t)U leet.
I Any and all i * r»o*i- c.aitnin adversely any i*or
l till of he »aid ** Gladstone " lode claim or -tnface
I g*ouud an- rc»jufred to flh- the. r adverse claim»
thereto with the Uegiau r or the United 6-alee Land
«»ffie* «t ol-e illy. Idalm, wit tu «ixi» day« 'here
of, or they will be barre» I by virtu«-of the pro is
tons of the Statute in su«.-h case» m »de aud provided.
*•348. S. KtNGdLEY, ueglater.
First publication, July 18.1893.
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CENTHIVILLE, IDAHO.
AND SAFE M n X E y .
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He earties a full line of
PRDSZZ SELECTED
Fancy and Btnple
__ Groceri es.
Trcasuter-a Nouce.
Tk* folluwlijg wsrrrtu. nil! be pud
uo,l;
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ci,err Ok.rs.t Fc»., or lent
Warranta No*, 232, *24 Wlt | 225 .
. __ F. F. • UUuux no t.
Imho uim, Uiti** Jaw 7 , »*b r- nij
Tr«antnr
Hohes of Application for « ' P * l * ut '
UslTkll STATE» LaHDI FrttK, 1
»"be l L u.
Ni>ti<e is hereby 8 lv '■ ,1 l, '" t
Jordan, whose postofflee «1»»«^ *•
Frnnelsco. CsUlornin, and Samuel C
Bowen whose postofflee aililresa is Cen
terville, Idaho, hy lheir agent ami »»''>rn'->
n fui -I I'homas W Bowen, whose poslot
«o' add'L is Ceulerv,lie Idaho jj«
made uppUcation tor a L'niled »lates
Paient lor the
l.ode mining claim, siiuale io Elk Horn
mining rtistricl, Boise couiity. »la'e ot
Utah-.; consisting of 141)0 ||n «»i^tcet ot
the lode, and surtace ground «00 ftt
de being Sur. No. «10. ami designated
on the offleial plat and field notes as Lot
No. 41, unslirveyed land of the United
»lates, with magnetic variation at 10 *1»
trees 20 minutes E, as follows:
Beginning at diaowry. Um center'of an
oiteu cut 8x5 feet, 5 tret deep in e»rtli and
rock, where the notice of location was
orl-'lnallv posted, thence N «0 degrees 0o
minutes W along the general courte »f
line of vein 500 IVei to a fltmly planted
pine post marked " W " center end Rcve
nue, 800 feet to Cor. No. I
identical with Cor. No. 1 of hen
lion and place of begiumng, a fir post
marked — whence a fir tree 20 inches
in diameter hears S GO degrees 10 minutes
W 25 5 feet distant, blared and marked
B X _L ; thence 8 69 degrees 05
890 , , ,
1490 feet to Cor. No 2. identical
with Cor. No. 2 ol location, a pine
2 „ ,
post marked — wheuce Elk Creek
890 _
Mountain bears N 21 degrees VV :
tin nee 880 degrees 55 minutes »V G;« feet,
to Cor. No. 3, identical with Cor. No 3 o.
3
location, a fir post marked — whence
890
Elk Creek Mountain bears N 35 degrees
K, I Hence N «9 degrees 05 minutes \V,
1490 feet to Cor. No. 4, identical with Cor.
4
No. 4 of location, a fir post marked —
890
whence a fir tree 24 inches in diameter
4
blazed and marked ß T — bears N 22
890
degrees E 7.2 feet distant, thence N 20
degrees 55 minutes E. 600 feet to Cor. No
I, the place of beginning. U. ». Mineral
Monument No. 1. Elk Horn mining dis.
trict. bears N 48 degrees 22 minutes E.
4370 feet distant, embracing au area of
20 523 acres.
Tlie said mining claim being on record
I the office of the C ,unty Recorder of
said mining districts at Idaho City, in
Boise county, »täte of Idaho. The near
est known locations being the Oro Finn
and Ijo Devil »ur. No. 880, the Western
Wonder (unslirveyed), J. B. McCurdy and
the heirs of Mitcliel Homo, claimants.
Any nn I all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said lode claim or surface
grouud are required tr. file their adverse
claims thereto with the Register of the
United States Land Office at Boise City,
State of Idaho, within sixty days hereof
or they will be barred hy virtue of the
provisions of the Statute in such cases
made aud provided.
(.'has. H Kingsi.ky. Register.
First publication, July 18. 1393.
Notice of Application for U 8. Patent
United States Land Office, I
Boise I ill, Idaho, Julj 11,1893. \
Notice is her«-bv given that Janit-s » . .lord»
whose v*ont ffi e ad-ir*-«» i» Ban Er*noinco, Califor
nta, and Samuel r. liovxen, m hose po-toffic.- adtiFe»*
t* Outervill«*, Id «ho, by »heir n«.-nt und attorney
tu fact, Thomtis W. Bowen, whose poroffi e ad
dress Ih « enter ills. Idaho, h»s mao»: appheatiou
for u United S'ales I'aiem f.«r ihe
Go Devil
Lotie minim» claim, situate in Elk Horn minuit;
district, Hoi»« c««nmy, Blate ( .f Idaho, cousis» In« of
1481 linear IWt « f the lode* aud surf ure ground 151)
(ret wide, ooing Bur. No. 880A and «(«••i^uaieil on
ihe i»lat ami field poles as Lot No. 40, miHiir
e\ed Unde • f the United Ma e-, w th manuel ie v
rialluit at 19 decree» 20 miuntes F, as follow*:
liebln tiln« at diacuver> tn ihe wo t end of an
«I en eul 230 leet lo g by 12x8 feet d«-ep m earth
a««d n*ck whe e the milice of location waa onj/maliy
poMed: Them e N 8C. de>(ie* * Oi minutée E alonu
»he«, -lierai course or U e f vein 433 fret to a »«
pin«- port yuurked "E " center end "Hu U vtl
''........ 30 deareca 53 ininu ea E 7a feet «o Uor
HMÉB' Uor. No. 5 of location, a pine
No. &. id«-DUCdl
5
post marked —
minute» W liai fei-t *o Cor. No. C, Identical
t»ub or. .No. 6 ..f looulim, a piu« poat nurkirtl
tbeuce S 36 decrees 02
36 inches in diame
biased und raarkvd Ü. T —\ bear» S 71 degree* 50
nmi men
13 lliiiitite» W
5. f «t> f.e. to
Mfpfit distrufi thence N 3 drareee
•-* .7 leei lo Oor. No. 3 « f Huh ».,
îr. No. 7, ideuucai wilfi
No. 7 of location, a piue post marked -La
» hence . pine tree 40 _ Inches in rllsi^t
hMcd.no marked B. T. -U bear, s BO degree. »
thence N 80 de
Nn. 8,
fir poit
»hence a nr .re.- lo iuebea in diame.
ter b
tant ; tbfuct ^ „
lftO f«et to Cor. No.
of 5.100 acre*
inlnute» W 24.3 f-t-t di-tar.
«rev» 02 intuQf»« K 1431 f,
Identical ...n Cor. .Nn. » ol loeatmu,
marked
embr cm«
'If* 1 '!?* , 47 ,ninu,G " £ 54.5 leet
dfgren» 58 minnt«*»
pine« ol tiegluniug,
No. 1 bea
U S. Minerai
* ^ *** 33 mfliuttw
- No. 1 . I urn Finn 1 ^,
r«.rvei!* CU, '" ' ÜdWeü w * ,u and matt
The »aid mining claim Ulup r. n rftcord
lilrb txmud« tbln claim
Wonder lun.iirveynJ), claim'-___ ,
of Mttcfi || Utnim.
nl Hi« b,.
claim fttimu
»d all per
uth. the W(
W- Mc« nrdi
•r*. Hak.-r *
claim tog a«iver«elv i
t.Hi ciju,,, ,. r «urfa7« l,Z . . '
Ä!ÄS! r 1 2ä V «» Uwrelu wni
U' itrni I Ur LmlrU Matea I. ».rt...«....... .
, f Idaho
tn-J »dl tie liern-d
th* tytai ntt m ku>b v
led nisie, L t.dViilice'.T 1 U < , 1 |'"1
y da) » hereof, o
i m*" ï 4 '!: *. d po.vid-d.
Kim pnhiic.il«i. j a |, {JJj* SLEY . he«i«ie
Treasurer's Wotice. L
thi office: 108 " f " l»t. dhle h.
©H.'STVOaKKRAtFUND
Keglsienol July m, l8i)i_ Nl|9 i
83«, 234. S4H, 282, 237, 219. 56, 8 f, ' M ''\
hOAIi KL-SD
KegWered Octulier
642
I* » N «0—No». 541,
r. 0IIUKCH,
By K W Rabiiy, rvpu,' lr *"' I
uuuo err*. Jujy 7,
■Shades, Curtains, Upholstering i
-and —
hottsbj FURN is
NEW STORE!
NEW GOODS!
NEW
L. 'Weil,
Sonna's Opera Block, Boise
Bend forSempi,
Job Printnig
1C very Descriptj
A_t the Idaho Wo
JOHN H. MYER, I 8 ID 0 R
PLAC EBVI LLP. IDAHO On
MYER & SMI
are uow receiving their large slock of
FALL AND WINTER GOOD3,
-consis'ing of
GROCERIE
All new and fresh,
CLOTHING
In every variety.
Rubber Boot»«« Overath
All sizes and styles.
BLANKETS N SIX DIFFERE T C010RS.
RUEBER COATS, ALL SIZES
l- = HATS.=I
We have a very large and fine stock of Ihe latest strict anil
Watches*, Clocks and Jewelrj
-a full line.
AVall Papers,
latest patterns.
»TRUNKS AND VALI8I
In great variety.
We Are Headquarters for
TOBACCOS AND CICAR1
I Will sell Lorillard's Climax, J. B. Paco's Tobaccos, LlggrtlD]
Star, in quantities
AT PORTLAND PRICES.
In fact, ne have everything kejjl in a first-class Gemi
chandise Store.
ft
Our stock of Groceries is
largest we ever had, and will be
cheaper than ever.
CET OuR PRICTS BEFORE PURCH^
INC, AS WE WILL N OT B ^ UNDERSOli
LUNA HOUSE.
First-Class Hoi
Corner Montgomery and Commercial StreetA
IDAHO C ITT, : : : : : : : t ' :
Ml. Gr. Lnney, Pro»
BAB. IN CONZiBOClOxa WITH H 0 *Xb |
REST LIQUORS« CIGAR 8 ffi
STAGES LEAVE DULY FOU JÊÊ
teS' Boise City, Centerville, Placervil e, Qunrtzburg a'"» J
He is prepared to lurnlsh anything in the IM
BAKERY B I -1
at ruinously low figure»,
THE HOTBL"" 11 "j
Idaho City, January 1, 1884.
JAMES A FINNEY A 1
BOISE CITY, IDAHO,
L
LARGEST AND REST SELECTED
holiday GOODS AND WEOOING PRESENTS
Tobefound
__
nier»
in any one establishment In the Stale. Bend your
In person and sec for yourself their
I m
Stoc
m e n b e

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