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FRIDAY:::::::::::::::SE PT. 22, 1893 * Cnrap of Almighty nod - Veulura (Cut. Democrat. At a mass meeting held in Stock ton Saturday night among the where ases and resolutions adopted were; the following: \S ntKKts, At the last Congression- ! •I eleotion in this State the Repuhlicin, the Democratic and the People's par ty all in their State platforms demand ed the free coinage of silver and upon that demand Marion Cannon was elected; therefore be it Resolved, That the vote of said Cannon on the Wilson bill on August 28, 1893, deserves the most severe denunciation, and we herebv con deinn and denounce his said action Resolved, That Congressmen who voted for the unconditional repeal of the Sherman silver law of 1890 with out a substitute for free coinage of silver should receive the condemna tion of every friend of humanity and also the curse of Almighty God. There is in circulation in the U. S. over -MCI million dollars in gold coin, about 100 million dollars in gold cer tificates, over 300 millions in green backs, about 175 millions of national bank notes and about 350 millions of silver certificates, over 150 millions of treasury notes issued in payment for silver bullion, making altogether nearly fifteen hundred million dol lars in gold and paper. There are also 65 millions of small silver coin, nickels and copper cents, and 57 millions of standard silver dollsrs. There are not enough silver dollars in circulation for each person in the I filed States to hsvo one as a curi yet in the west all business j transactions less than ten dollars are 1 settled with silver. The country can stand more standard silver dollsrs without a single kick from any one, particularly from the west. II there were more money issued per capita times would be better. Our popula tion is rapidly increasing, and to al low $23 per head the issuance of money of some sort should continue. —Genesee News. I ! ! In the Senate, Stewart, of Nevada, has introduced an amendment to the rejveal bill, authorizing the President to invite the governments of Mexico, Central and South America, llayti and San Domingo to join the United Stale* ill a conference in Washing ton, four months after the passage of the act, to secure the adoption of a common silver dollar of not less than 359 (U grains nor more than 383.13 giains pure silver, to he used by each government, to be legal tender in all commercial transactions between cit izens of all the American Slates; that the findings of the delegates shall he binding upon the governments which send them; and on an agreement be ing reached the governments repre sented shall open their mints to ihe unlimited coinage of silver for the benefit of depositors. us to j to to to j the and , ter set ate are ing one, hees nest force haste, the T Is a *»f Die ihe ° *"*"*■* New»: They have a combination machine, header and thresher, in Whitman county, that revolutionizes harvesting. It harvests wheat at the rate of thirty acre« a day, leaving over 400 sacks of clean gram piled in bunches of three where growing stalks stood only a few mo ments before. A machine to per form such feats belongs to the latest evolutions of inventive genius, and it i» oiaimed there are only two such machines in the Palouse. Thirty horses are required to draw the in a chine, siz abreast. It cuts a swath of eighteen feet, and the cost of har vesting is * 1.75 per acre, the machine with full trimmings costing about i $2,000. IX'^uo Herald: Hussia has just closed her mints against further coinage of silver, and issued an order prghjkjyp^the importation of foreign silver coin. 'I here is no question but w hat all the leading nations are tend mg toward^, «dd basis, except i ranee, whose thrift and prosperity '» the admiration of the entire world. I he United Sûtes, producing one half of the silver ^of all 'continents, is idiotically drifting tow.rd the des tructive shoals of a Single standard policy. The savagery of greed and the love of place and power is re* ponsiule for it all. E Xi i rl \rwVi 1 44 1 t »»>. to RO»* XV All no TO.Uio m, ,Z t otwi Hal »»>#• of lu« aie lm-Hi Hr ordrr iLXCER " Had. day after, !>AH«> , "U the I ' M IZf r> m.utb Sy unter B A.VNF.H -.. R) t rdrr United Money i* ex.ctly wfi.t „.oun.g^ prontontoriea on the public roads were in the olden times. The b*ron* (<wight for them, fort.fied them, and the,, made nil who passed below pay «oll- So the fortified millionaire call make all who pass below pay toll to hts millions, and but|d another tower *0 hts money c» s t| e . The poor va gratita by the roadside suffer now quite as much from the baj* baron as they eyer did from the ertg baron. Uags and oriqg* have just tbe same cf ft>ot os rtt-s.—Ucskit) 1 <h»*«n»«»r I.'eut*UAat H*Ar, U ry AUurtisy auditor...... i'r«a»ur«r Hup'i «f at... Land eht.fJu.Uc Aisoctat. t 'l«rk ^ ÜÂÎÎÎ. -bang.......... Auditor U K. Rart.y, Sup't Assay 1893 Stock where were; ! par upon was said who of of and S. of j 1 Sun Writing. Heiingrnphing is one of the an cient methods by which intelligence was conveyed from one point to an other at a distance. Heliographing means sun writing, and by an instru ment made for that purpose any mes sage may be conveyed to a distance by mirror flashes of long and short I dashes, as in telegraphing. Experi ments with heliographs nre very in teresting. An astonishing feature of the experiments is the immense dis tance at which the light can be seen. ! Signals from a mirror 4^ inches in ! diameter are v isible, without the aid of a telescope, at twenty-five and thirty miles; while from mirrors of eight and twenty-two inches they are equally clear at fifty, eighty and 100 miles. Over 250,O(Xl foreign immigrants arrived in the United Slates from March 1st to June 30ih. We have •"on no figures given as to the total number of unemployed in this coun try at the present time, hut it is a matter of curiosity and interest to us to know how nearly the immigra tion for eighteen months past comes to representing the number of desti tute, starving men and women in this land. Bring in the foreigners and crowd Americans into pauperism, oh j thou great and wise statesmen! Had these 250,000 immigrants been made to stay at home, it would have meant 250,000 less penniless men and wo men living on charity in our land to day, and who can dispute it? Next to the money question in importance to our country's vitality comes the j immigration question. The New York Sun in reporting the passage between Senator Dubois and Senator Voorhees when the lat , ter asked for unanimous consent to set a time for a vote, said: "Senator Dubois, of Idaho, got up and in a few words made it very clear to the Sen ate that he and fiis silver colleagues are not yet prepared to discuss the question of the proper time for tak ing a vote. Mr. Dubois is a very young man and a very clear headed one, too. He twitted Senator Voor hees on the fact that he was as ear nest in advocating delay during the force bill fight as he is now in urging haste, and formally gave notice that the silver Senators have hardly yet opened their side of the debate." T he Salt Lake T RIB IT TV E Is a newspaper devoted to the liest Interests *»f thu Western slope, and particularly to Die development ot the fun ter-mou tain country. For advertising purposes incomparably ihe nest paper between »an Francisco and Denver. Daily, 305 issues per year.....$ 1 " oo Weekly, 12 pp. II« c I , per yr .. a 01 ) Weekly, six months.......... 150 Weekly, three months.......... 75 Address, THE TRIBUNE, Sait Lakh City. Utah he which be repre ihe the Society Notices. a and that a mo per it such a har i has is E Xi i FL8IOH LODGE, NO. 4, I. o O F., hold« rl iV Hg ?, Ur 1* odd Fellows' Hall, \rwVi *" V *'■ l, 'î 0,8Ï * ,,c * ** l *rd Saturday even mJ '* t h Ult 2 ulh - Ail mein« era in good mLmii.I. 1 44 * ,uvUed 10 attend I y order of the N. G DANIEL JoNty, See'y, piONErU LODGE, NO 1. 1 o. O. F. hold. It. 1 regular niet-Uu*, lu Odd Fellow.' Hall Mali., t »»>. second ami lourth Sa urdav evening.* of each ,|| mambers ta guod J ^ to attend. by orner olttie N. G. * Ut,U U. W. 1ÜNTON, See'y. RO»* «EBEK4H LODGE. NO IS, J. o. o f XV bold, it, «gut». m... fug» I, Odd Fellow»' <»u the 1 Ht and 3d Tuesday i vl n 'Ï, *! 1 tnétub^r» lu g»od stand attend By order ul the N. u Hannah sou midi, fjOVENANT LODUE. NO. #. 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"MMb»4n m w'', lntt ", h ' ' H,a f'll »,»llV del,« R) t rdrr uf tn» M.'w" * y .. r .T?ü*?*. wr eÄch Official Directory United Stute« Mcuator Slate. ( George L.Shoup Fr®*l T. Dubota •• Will Rweet Win J. McCoutifll - . .Fr»ük B. Willi» F. J. t unis Gs ige M t arson» .......F. 0. Uaoi»«» M.C Hill Kt>|.r«sentauv0..... 1 <h»*«n»«»r .................. I.'eut*UAat «»oferoor H*Ar, U ry of Ki.t« AUurtisy G«u«nü ...... auditor...... . ...... i'r«a»ur«r ........ Hup'i «f Pu» lie Ins'ructi at... Land Ag.ut --.r—VK1S sut* Supremo Court eht.fJu.Uc .............. ...........JW.Hu.toa Aisoctat. JuuUeu*,., J John T. Morgan t 'l«rk '*• ^»»lllvan ^ .................. L M Hksbtouck United State Land Offlo*. ÜÂÎÎÎ. . - • Chart.. . Kib.,., ........................ P«rrault Federal Ufflcialv .....w. o P»*tiit --.J. t.'uuuiu 6 ix«.(t -bang.......... "X- C °"«y 1 j, ta Auditor .Bd Rucordur ..... ......ar.o,Y":;d^m U K. Rart.y, r <i.u»,.l Sup't Assay Offic« 3."" I h I cetve ;aml < weg lK9o' t8fi' the an intelligence to an instru mes distance short Experi in of dis seen. in aid and of are 100 from have total coun is a to comes desti this and oh Had made meant wo to Next the lat to few Sen the tak very ear the that yet /. t v. * -D< »1er in FANCY GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, WINES AND LIQU0R8, — FiHm.SH/NO GOODS -- Trunks , ValiseFur Iiobes , HATS—the finest in the market, BOOTS AND SHOES, CAn PETS, WALL PAPER , HO I'jfE LINING, The highest prices paid for Furs Oct 18-tf. E to tain and G It. . . JOHN KENN AL Y, -Dealer in XIABJDWAIISI MANUFACTURER , K TIN WARQ, SDoet-Iron, —and — COPPERWARE Particular attentiou given to Uepairiug Tinware and pumps. Also, dealer m Cooking and Heating STOVES, LEAD AND IRON PIPES, Pumps, Hose, Nails, Glass, Hope, SHOVELS, Sportin g an d Blasting Powder CUTUST, SHOT, CARTRIDGES, REVOLVERS, flay and Barley Forks , Fork Handle Scyths, Snaths and Orain Cradles, Plows, Cut ti valors, AN ! M 11X8. M ACH I N E EXTRA» & SUUUTTLER WAGONS Aijent for the Celebrated Buokeye lint*vest MACHINERY, AND SULKY HAY RAK£S. ia iu 3 W to „ for. )\ 507 3 a B - 1481 4 B teet • claim site, usme tion office days whose nia. j is tn j is t j a I Lode J"5 ldOO feet the veyed riation Met, non. 89 or Hr tiou tnence 1, »fir non i^î' l.)00 grees No. 3, carry arge $tock ..f IRON AND STEEL WAGON WOOD Horse Shoes and Horse Nail? "C*rY. May Jg, ih 77 . 1 location distant —, ni E 29.5 Llk miuutt'H «fees acres Tbe nce or at Idaho ne»re»i Turner «lougtbe lt.iijlii.w the t t o,, I,f : , m . _ I Flr8t The New Drug Store r DRUG CO.j-Lim't'd, I h now open and ready for business. I Out prescription department will re cetve special attention from Win II Nvi ;aml VV Qalbrailt, both Pharmacists or < weg experience. Orders by mail or telephone promptly attended to. Onr many friends in Boise Busin w ill XVye-Oalbraith Drag Co., Odd Fellows Block, June 10, W2_tf| Boise City. Idaho Treasurer's Notice, The following warrants will be paid on presentation at my office: ROAD F ND. lK9o' lrr!,nt N °' 54 °' rc K 1 " u ' rc d Oct. 15, CO. GENERAL FUND. t8fi' 4riarlt N ° 28<J ' re k'» | et'ed July 18, BcpLia.itÆ: W ÜABRY ' Cü Trc " A L Jn^Uo.,n " urrunt. WB, THE UNDERSIGNED, Agree to sell to the people of Boise county and elsewhere •TOVSS, RANGES, TINWARE, GRANITE WARE TAXU.O&, BEDROOM, DINING ROOM and KITCHEN rUMUTUM Writ« ut For less money than any other Dealers in Southern Idaho. tor Trices. POINDEXTER & ZIMMER. .Masonic Building, Boise Sept. 12, 1893-m3. -- Y, & Notice of Application for U, 8. Patent. United Statkb Land Office, 1 Haine City. Idaho, July 11,1893. i Notice 1$ hereby given that .lame« Jordan, hoae poatoftke addreae is 8 m Frano iro. Califor nia, and Satnuf 1 O. Bowen, whose poMtofflce adtlre»« ia tVut.-rvilie. Idaho, bv Thotua« W. Howeu, who^e poatotfice addresH is t enterville, Idaho, their agettt sud attnruey in fact has wade appllcutian for a United States Pateut tor the Oro Fino f,ndfi mining claim, smate in Elk Horn minitt distrlc , I nine county, Ö ate of Idaho, consiMtiug oi 1481 linear feet of the lode and snif.u-e ground f)07 feet wide, bt lug 8ur. No 889 A and designs d on the otflei <1 plat aud field notes ss Lot No. 39 A, tin mirveved lauds of the U Bed States, with magnetic ▼a-lotion at 19 degrees 20 minutes E, hs follows: Beginning at discovery, the ceu er «if an open cut iu earth whe j the no'ice uf ocation was origins l.v posted; thence N H6 degrees 02 minutes E along t'«e general course or line of vein 420 feet to eas center post marked "E" center end Oro Fino; thence ,S 3 degrees 58 minutes E, 253.5 feot to <tor. N«>. 1 of location identical with cor. No. 1 of this survey 1 marked —A, whence a pine tree blazed and 889 1 marked B. T. —A bears N 42 degrees 05 minutes 889 W 135 feet distant. U. 8. Mineral Monument No. 1 bears N 48 degrees 33 minutes E 2711.25 feet; theuce 8 80 degrees 02 iniuutes W 1481 feet 2 to Cor. No 2, a pine post marked —A, whence „ w. 889 for. No. 2 of location bears 8 86 degrees 02 minutes )\ 44 feet, thence N 3 degrees 58 m.nu tes W 507 feet to (.'or. No. 3, identical with Cor. No 3 3 of location, a pine post marked—A, whence 889 a pine tree 16 inches in diameter blazed aud marked 3 B - T. —A bears N 25 degrees 22 minutes i. 26.6 feet 889 distant; thence N 86 degrees 02 minutes E 1481 leet *o Cor. No. 4, iueu'.icat with xor. No. 4 of locatiou, a pine post marked —A. VS hence 889 nr tree 16 inches in diameter blazed and marked B T 889* be * rB ** degrees 30 minutes VV 37 feet distant; thence 8 3 degrees 58 minutes E 507 teet to Cor. No 1, ihe place of beginuing; em bracing au area of 17.237 t-cr s. ihe suid mlniug clai i; being on tecord iu t e office of the '.'»»iinty Recorder of said mining district at Idaho • itv, in Boise county, state of Mauo. The nearest locations beiug the Go Devil, which adjoins this claim on the no th, the Western Womier ( umit veyed), situate 100 feet south of the Oro Film mill site, claimants, J. B, McCurdy aud the heir- of Milchei Borno, Mrs. Baker's claim (uusurveyed) usme unknown, situate 160 leet east. Auy and all persous ctaimiux adversely any por tion of the said *• Oro Fino " lode claim «»r surface ground are required to ale their adverse claims thereto with ihe Register oi ihe Uuite l Sia.es Laud office at Boise City,8iate of id;.ho, withiu the sixty days thereof, or they will be barred by vtr ue oft e provisions of the statute i t such cases made aud provided. ( 'HA8. 8. KINGSLEY, Hegister. rirst publication. July 18, 1893. Notice of Application for U. S Patent. United States Land Oftice, Boise City, Idaho, July II, 1893. Notice is hereby givcu that James . . Jordan, whose postofflee address is San Fraucis. o, Calitor nia. aud Samuel O. Bo • en, >• hose pos office address j is <>ntervil!e, Idaho, hy their ugent and at<oruey tn fact, lhomas W. Bowen, whosep istoffleeaddress j is t en ter v He, Idaho, has made applicatiou for j a United Stales Patent for the Gladstone I Lode mining claim, situate in Elk Horn mining J"5 r ' c '» Uüi8e ' ounty, täte of Idaho, consisting of ldOO linear feet of the lode, aud suiface grouud 600 feet wide being Sur. No. 891. aud désignât, d ou the official plat and Held notes us Lot N«». 42. nnsur veyed land of the United States, with magnetic va riation at 19 degrees 20 minutes E, as f dlows: Beginning at discovery, the center of a shaft 4x5 Met, 40 teet deep in earth aud solid rock, where the non. e of locatiou was originally posted, thence N 89 tbgrees -15 minutes W along the g.-ueral cour e or hut of vein 750 feet to the west ct-uter end, u Hr post marked 891. whence west center end loca tiou pos- bears N 89 degrees 45mi. lit.-» W 46.5 feet, tnence N 0 degrees 15 mmuteB E 300 feet to cor. No. 1, »fir postmarked—, whence Cor. No. l of loca 891 non bear» N 89 degrees 45 minutes W 46 ieet dis i^î' r * t '" Cü „ 0 degrees 45 minutes E l.)00 feet to Cor. No. 2, a pine post marked wbe,ice Cor. N. 2 of location beans S 89 de grees 45 minutes E 23 feet distant, 600 feet to Cor. No. 3, a fir post marked —, whence Cor. No. 3 of 1 v 8 91 location bears S 89 de.-rees 45 minutes E 15 feet distant 1500 leet to Cor. No. 4, a fir post marked —, whence a white fir 13 inches in diameter blazed 4 ni marked B. T. —- bears N 35 degrees 34 minutes E 29.5 feet distant. U. S Mit erai Monuinem No l Llk Born mining district, b.ars N 74 degrees »*2 miuutt'H VV 1958 leet diitaut; thence N O d^ «fees 15 minutes E 600 feet to Vor No 1 acres laCe ° f bpyilluiD «' «"»bracing au area'uf 20.661 Tbe said mining claim being on record in the ol nce or t e onuty Kecoi de.- of «ai 1 mining district at Idaho City. ( ouuty of Boise. State of Maho the ne»re»i lOMtiuu. belt,» tlie F ril | t . uf , dull „ u '„ h Turner »id U utr,. r, claimants (uu.urvevtd,. l"» «lougtbe north ,1,1». th« Kilt Hnrt. sad Side 11,11 f * 8 - »ho» tou ur too r«»t west lt.iijlii.w (,iu»tirv«).-o) »l.imant J. \v K Ut- lie. to the »oute west about 200 leet. ' t *** lefeoti» «i.iniiu adversely any nor t o,, I,f he .aid liladatoi,« " l„d« dann ,,r ,u, face : 10 fll - .l.«,r adverse ch„,„» , m . . U - b "-«is. er ol the United Siate» Land lus. H. hiNliSLEY, Kegister. in VV B. post tin to Efk' Ë, 1490 No. I, trict, 4370 20 in said Boise est and the any claims United State or made at Ä ida I, nr»,!. dre»s for . SÄ. MM teet th« Benin »nd^roclt tjin» tl.en.-e No. n. post I Flr8t Pfiblication, July *18, ln' 13 . Where do you pur. chase your gro ceries? Buy them of NORMAN H. YOUNG, CENTERVILLE, IDAHO. A ND SAFE MONEY. He carries a foil line of PRESII 8 EIjECTi]jj L ancy and Staple -------------------------^ »i'oeeries. Treasurer's Notice Jn^Uo.,n g w.r,r„t. wl „ bepilil OQ ^ COOBTT G1.IE.B Fc»D (j, M, " urrunt. No,. 292, 22« usd 22i. *' ta*., uL! Tr««ui„. minutes with 6 -A. Waited N °- 7 »tanc« h azed minutea i;™« «4 tdcntical marked Sv-vL« Whtc,. 1» trui »t ihe \V*! L !i Claim'"* Auy and Hon of quired to <®K»$ier they will the Staiiite This Boise »eeti„ in Idaho ... P** 1 a °p In 8 1 i Jordan, Califor adtlre»« who^e agettt for a minitt oi f)07 d on A, tin magnetic cut l.v t'«e center thence ,S 1 of survey and minutes No. 1 feet; feet whence minutes tes W No whence marked feet E No. hence marked feet 507 em suid of the Idaho nearest this umit mill of por surface claims Laud sixty oft e aud Calitor for of 600 ou va 4x5 the N e u loca feet, No. loca dis E de Cor. of feet l »*2 d^ 1 ol the h to Notice of Application for U 8 Patent Unitkd States Land Office, 1 Unise City, Idaho, July 11, 1BH3. ) M otite is hereby given that James U. Jordan, whose postofflee address is San Francisco, California, anti Samuel C. Bowen, whose postofflee address is Cen terville, Idaho, bv their agent aud attorney in fact, Thomas W. Bowen, whose postof. lice address is Centerville, Idaho, has made application for a United Slates Patent tor the Revenue Code mining claim, situate in Ëlk Horn milling district, Boise county, Sta'e of Idaho, consisting of 1490 linear feet of the lode, and surface ground tiOO feel wide, being Sur. No. 890, and designated the official plat and field notes as Lot no. 41, tmsurveyed land of the United States, with magnetic variation at 19 de grees 20 minutes K, as follows: Beginning at discovery, the center of an ..pen cut 8x5 feet, 5 teet deep in earth and rock, where the notice of location was ■iginally posted, thence N (19 degrees 05 ,,dilutes VV along Ihe general course or line of vein 590 feel to a tiimly planted pine post marked " VV " center end Keve nue, 300 feet to Cor. No. 1, identical with Cor. No. 1 of Inca tion and place of beginning, a Hr post 1 marked — whence a Hr tree 20 inches 890 in diameter hears 8 00 degrees 10 minutes VV 25 5 feet distant, blazed anil marked 1 B. T. —; thence S 09 degrees 05 890 1490 feet to Cor. No 2. identical ith Cor. No. 2 ol location, a pine post murked — whence Elk Creek 890 Mountain hears N 21 degrees VV : tin lice S 20 degrees 55 minutes VV O'O feet, to Cor. No. 3, identical with Cor. No 3 o. 3 location, a Hr post marked — whence 890 Efk' Creek Mountain hears N 25 degrees Ë, tuencc N 09 degrees 115 minutes VV', 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 iu diameter 4 blazed and marked B T — hears N 22 890 degrees E 7.2 feet distant, thence N 20 degrees 55 minutes E, 000 feet to Cor. No I, the place of beginning. U. S. Mineral Monument No. 1, Elk Horn mining dis. trict, hears N 48 degrees 22 minutes E, 4370 feet distant, embracing an area of 20 523 aeres. Tlie said mining claim being on record in tlie office of ihe C ututy Recorder of said mining districts at Idaho City, in Boise county, Stale of Idaho. The neat est known locations being the Oro Fino and (Jo Devil Sur. No. 889, the Western Wonder (unsitrveyed), J. B. McCurdy aud the heirs ot Mitchel Borno. claimants. Anv an, t all persons claiming adversely any portion ot said lode claim or surface grouud are required to 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 he barred hy virtue of the provisions of the Statute in such cases made and provided. Chas. S. Kingsley, Register. First publication, July 1 «. x 0 93. Notice of Application for D. S. Patent United Statec Land Office, ! at *• Boise ( ity, Mu ho, Jnl\ ]] isyt J Ä C D08bfflT^. RiVen thUt J«r.ltn, ida ? ad.lregg is bin Francisco, Califor I, c»nmrv!n»" e t i\ Bo r n ' " h08e ro-toHlc .1 adtlt-e»» nr»,!. ' ld 1 '! | 0. by their a B «nt and adorney dre»s is , , ll , ,wen - whose poslolih e ad for . Uuited lä^atM Patent'fiiMhe "" Go Devil SÄ. "ÄSS5; su,t'n) n ,dT„ " orn MM linear feet « f the lode «idîîr?* COn81R ' i "« •>* teet wide, oeinu sur ? Bur , f ": e K r "»>i»«l 150 th« offlttal ala, and B.W nom. »» "o, Vn'^o Tninr' Benin nil, a at diaeoverv in the w»'.t . »nd^roclt wT. n'Äte j ' U ' n ' ' U tjin» puât marked mV- f ,l '" 1 4 ' u ,w!1 '« « i tl.en.-e a W degree. M mS«E°76 fw î*o No. n. identical witn Cor. No. 5 of location, a it' post marked — y ; thence S 86 degrees minutes VV l'lsi feet ta rw v with vor. No. 6 of locaHoif u N ' b ' id t*nHcaI 6 1 lotalu >n ) U puie post marked -A. ebene« . pi De tree 36 io , he8 dtanw(w Waited and marked 0. T. —A bear, s », , 889 06 8 11 <,e B re<ls 50 for. No. ,, id«,,»«»! „. ilh , J N °- 7 0f a Pi-* poat marked -1 A »tanc« . p i ne lreû 40 iuchcs (n h azed and marked B, T. —A bears S 80 degrees 50 minutea w 24.8 (.. ct di.w,„ i;™« «4 mit, ur»a r; mm ' "if, 1 '" N de tdcntical with Cor No 8 ? 10 ' nr - No. 8, g N». 8 of location, a hr poat marked -A, whence a Br ,r.s 10 inch«, in diame. Sv-vL« «v -«< -u. Ä,„»; f.'et f r », , 0 K n T % mitiiue« J Whtc,. 1» con, ,„d.t«d »ÜV.&ÜZZXZ olhce^T'thoL'unufy'^^f 'm in ,h„ trui »t |iitti JO ,. ltv j a - er ' t »»ul miniu K . 18 . ihe nearest ku.,wu location«"!!^'' S, ? le of ( l^ho. \V*! L !i bou,,,,8 »his claim on th«T I,g i th 'l Uro Ki, iO "oüderiui.Hurvevcl) cla?m7,. u b , the Western Claim'"* U ' lr ' Of MiltlTZî; J - Auy and all per». .1« .-i"- u f ,know fi Hon of «aid |,,,j daim .r UlnK - a,lver, *''l.v quired to file tbeir K ro,, »>< <®K»$ier or the A 86^ I'fAUo they will ^ the Staiiite l " lu,u ^r^tar * 01 This county Comm.suoners Boise county, Stale nf t i , »eeti„ r ^ lar ^, Äe ^m, o Wm in Idaho city, ,,* n ... """"»J.OmtWr#, , N9 , U'fore^id'lSoartl shoffifi <='»"i '>2 P** 1 a °p In that time. hied two duys I' ARG 1,1 ber, ART. CUNMN^,! 1 ^ 8 ej>!eutb?r 15 , ■ 8a ; ll ' rk ,,0 "rd Co. Com. county c ut Boise Patent 1 ) James U. is San C. Cen attorney postof. has Slates Horn of feet of feel designated Lot United 19 de of an and was 05 or planted Keve 1, Inca post inches minutes marked 05 identical pine Creek VV : feet, 3 o. whence degrees VV', Cor. 4 — 890 diameter 22 20 No Mineral dis. E, of record of in neat Fino aud surface the City hereof' the cases ——Shades, Curtains, Upholstering ç -and HOUSE! FUHN I»] NEW STORE! NEW GOODS) NSW L- "Wei Sonna's Opera Block, Send for Sat Job Printn -OF— Every Descri At the Idaho 'wj ! J ad •>* 150 i 50 A JOHN H. MYER, I 8 ID 0 RI PLACEHVILLF, IDAHO MYER & SMI' are now receiving their large stock af PALL AND WINTER GOODil -consisting of GrRO CE RIE; Alt new and fresh, CLOTHING In every variety. Rubber Boot«, Over»| All sizes and styles. BLANKETS N SIX DIFFERE T COLORS. RU £BER COATS, ALL SIZES S ^HATS.= We have a very large aud fine stock ol the latest stria ui J M uIcIk'n, Clocks and Jewelrj'- - a full line. - W^all Pampers, | latest patterns. TRUNKS AND VALIS^ In great variety. We Are Headquarters for TOBACCOS AND CICAW 1 Will sell Lori Bard's Climax, J. B. Pace's Tobaccos, Liggrttil Star, in quantities " „ AT PORTLAND PRICES, j In fact, ice have everything kept in a first-class QenriS chandise Store. Our stock of Groceries is li argest we ever had, and will be;| cheaper than ever. UET OUR PRIC7S BEFORE PURChI INC. AS WE WILL NOTBi UNDERSOt LUNA HOUSE. A- First-Class Ho Corner Montgomery and Commercial Streets, ! ÏDAUO CITY, :::::::::: IDA® Gr. Limey, Pro| ba& in connection with ho til ; BEST LIQUORS, CIGARS,| »TAGES LEAVE DULY FOB 86^ Boise City, Centerville, Placervil e, Quartzburg »nd He is prepared to furnish anything in the bakery li at rutuoualy low figures, THE HOTEL - 1 I'fAUo City, January l, 1884. JAMES A. PINNEY t BOISE CITY, IDAHO, Have the I' ARG EST AND BEST SELECTED HOLIDAY GOODS ANO WEDDING PRESENTI 1,1 ber, Und in an> ° D '' e8 ' 8bli8l,n,cm i" II«« state. Send your '«<«" in person and tee for yourself their