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VOL. 18
SHOSHONE. LINCOLN COUNTY, IDAHO. FEBRUARY 28, ISyU.
NO. 9
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
V. BIERBOWER,
ATTORNEY & COUSKLOR AT LAW,
Äh oshooe
Idaho.
H. J. SYMS,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Snosnoxn Precinct.
Acknowledgments taken and papers
•if every description drawn.
Collections made and promptly returned.
J. 8. WATERS,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
General practice. Land office a specialty.
Residence: Shoshone Falls, Idaho.
Office at Shophone and Hailey.
Invites correspondence on professional
Laaines?. Address,
SHOSHONE. IDAHO.
VISIT'
T. B. BECK'S
Shaving Parlors
FOR A FIRST CLASS
SHA VE or HAIR CUT.
Prices reasonable.
Next door to Opera House.
Til
5
ROUGH and SURFACED,
Screen and common Doors, Sash,
Cedar Posts and Shingles.
mm in tue building l ne
SHOSHONE
Livery & Feed Stable,
Will continue to do business at the old
stand, and deal in
GOAL, WATER and ICE.
GENERAL JOBBING WORK.
E. W. HORTON
j
SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
HNÂ l FS 00 F
AND
6EXGINÂL ENT2IES.
The Land Office Department having
ordered that the Clerk of the District
Court may take final proofs for settlers
on Government lands, and make orig
inal entries for them also,
A. S. Senter, clerk of the court in and
fur Lincoln county, is now fully
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office blanks, and can save money to
settlers by attending to their Land
ilfllce business in Shoshone.
A. S. Sextek.
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8hop two doors north of
Pacific Hotel.
E.J. ANDREWS.
vaipenter and—
—Wheelwright.
SAWS FILED AND SET.
Idaho
Sh shone,
LINCOLN COUNTY.
Proceedings of the County Commis
sioners.
Shoshonk, Feb. 11. 1896,
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present—James L Fuller, Chair
man, Thos lay and Lee S Vader
Commissoners; A. S. Senter, clerk.
Whereon the hoard ordered
warrant be drawn
that
on the current expense fund, in
favor of the assessor and tax col
lector of Biaiue count}*, for the sum
of One hundred and ten dollars and
eighty seven cents, settlement in full
for taxes erroneously collected on
delinquent taxes of Logan county
fur the years 1S93 and 1891.
Ordered by the board, that James
L. Fuller and Lee S. Vader proceed
to the county seat of Blaine couuty,
for the purpose of securing from the
commissioners of Biaiue county, the
office furniture, fixtures, jail, etc.,
formerly owned by Logan county,
and to attend to shipment of the
same.
Whereon the board adjourned to
meet at 10 o'clock, a. m. February
12th, 1896.
February 12, 1896.
Board met I ursuaut to adjourn
ment.
Present, Thos. Fa}', commissioner.
A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock, a. in. February 13 1896.
February 13, lt96.
Board met pursuant tu adjourn
ment.
Present Tlios. Fay, commissioner,
A. S. Senter clerk.
There being no quorum present
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock, a. m. February, 14. 1896"
February 14, 1896.
Board met pursuant to aljou.-n
meut.
Present i Thos, Fay, commissioner,
A. S. Senior, clerk.
There being no quorum present
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 15, 1896.
February 15 1896.
Board met pursuant to adj »uni
ment.
Present; James L. Fuller, chair
man, Thos. Fay and Lee 8. Vader,
commissioners; A. S. Senter clerk.
Whereon it was ordered by the
board, that Texas Angel be, and is
hereby employed, in behalf of Lin
coln county, to bring suit against
Present; Thos. Fay, commissioner
A. 8. Senter clerk. j
There being noquirura present, '
adjournu/ent was taken until 7
George W. Richards, auditor and re
corder ot Blaine county, to compel
him to trauseribe the records for
Lincoln count}", as required by the
Act of the legislature, creating Lin
coln couuty.
Whereon the board adjourned to
meet at 10 o'clock, a. m. Febiuary
17, 1896.
February 17,
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
1896.
Present; Thos. Fay, commissioner
There being no quorum present
adjournment was taken until lu
o'clock, a. m. February IS, 1896.
A. S. Senter, clerk.
February 18, 1896
Board met pursuaut to adjourn
ment.
!
o'clock p. m, February 19. 1896.
February 19, 1896.
Board met pursuaut to adjourn
ment.
Present: Tbos Fay, commissioner,
A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 20, 1896.
February 20, 1896.
Board met pursuant to adjourn»
ment.
Present: James L. Fuller, chair
man. Thos. Fay and Lee S. Vader,
commissioners; A. S. Senter clerk.
Whereon it was ordered by the
board, that all able bodied prisoners
over the age of 18 years, be put at
w'ork from time to time, in and
about the court house and jail,
under the supervision of the jailor,
and that the resident commissioner,
is hereby authorized to call out pris
oners to perform such labor, from
time to time, as iu hi3 judgement
may seem neccesary. for the im
provement, cleanliness and better
ment of county property. Manual
labor not to exceed eight hours per
dav.
Whereon the board adjourned to
meet at 10 o'clock, a. m, February
21, 1896.
February, 21, 1896.
Board met pursuant to adjourn»
ment
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er, A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 22, 18%.
February 22, 1896.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er, A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 23, 1896.
February 23, 1896.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er, A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a- m. February 24, 1896.
February 24, 1S96.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er, A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 25, 1S96.
February 25th. 1896
Board met pursuant to adjourn
er, A. S. Senter clerk.
I here being no quorum present
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 23th. 1896.
nient.
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er, A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was taken until lo
o'clock a. m. February 26th. 18%.
February 26th. 1 S%
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos. Fay, Commission
er. A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorun present
! adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 27th. 1826.
February 27th. 1896
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present. Thos. Fay, commission
SHORT CUT TO NEWS,
ITEMS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY.
A Brief Summary of the News Com
piled for Our Readers.
Mrs. Lease preached her first ser
mon at Wichita, Kan., Friday.
Medical men believe that germ
diseases can be killed by cathode
rays.
It is proposed to prohibit, the des
ecration of the American flag, by
law.
Sebastian Lauriant, a survivor of
the battle of Waterloo, lives in Mar
shall county, Kansas.
All the sound money men are
working for the election of Black
burn, so it is claimed.
j J. J. Mott, chairman of the silver
party, has issued an address to the
people.
The Pennsylvania democratic
committee indorsed the candidacy
of ex-Governor Patison for the
presidency.
Bill Nye Jr. has started to walk
from Los Angeles, Cal., to New
York, arrived in St. Louis and is
willing to stay.
Free silver men have established
headquarters in Washington and
are preparing for the organization
of a third party.
Maj. C. F. Baldwin will recover
his old pistol taken from him by a
confederate soldier on the battle
field at Groveton, Ya., in 1862.
Howard the populist congress
man from Alabama, who wrote if
""Christ Came to Congress,
carried out of the housein a drunk
en condition by two porters.
was
For the benefit of those persons
owning mining properties who may
wish to dispose oi them or obtain
aid for development the Exchange
has placed a large blackboard in its
rooms, on which the names and
addresses of these owners together
with the style of their properties
and purchace price may be posted.
Any one who wishes to avail himself
of this opportunity will be furnished
with a blank form of mine report to
be filled out by any competent per
son. It must be accompanied
with plats of surface boundaries
and underground workings. This
report will be filed in the Exchange
offices and open to inspection. The
Association is now engaged in pre
paring a sixteen-page pamphlet on
the Boise Gold Belt of which at lasst
7500 copies will be distributed. Ic
will be ready for publication about
March 1st, and constitutes the in
itial number of a monthly journal
that will gradually cover the whole
state in the same manner. A col
ored advertising slip will be in
serted in this periodical giving the
list of properties posted on the Ex
change, mentioning name of owner
and property and giving brief de
scription and price. We expect
that in thus introducing our oppor
tunities for investment to 7500 of
the best men in the country, an
immediate and great benefit will
accrue to both sides. For posting
properties in this manner aud ad
vertising them in the Idaho Miniug
News for sixty days the fee of $5.00
will be charged members of the Ex
change, and $25,00 will be chaiged
non-members to cover clerical ex
penses, to be forwarded with report;
it will be returned if application is
rejected, Copies of the reports and
maps will be forwarded at the un
iform price of $2.50 for the report
and $2.20 for the maps, payable in
advance. For information please
address the Secretary, Idaho Min
ing Exchange. Boise. Idaho.
Notice is hereby given that the
following township plats have been
received aud will be officially filed
on Saturday March 15,1896, on and
after which date we will be pre
pared to receive applications for the
entry of lands in such townships.
Township 7 South, Range 15
East. Township 8 South, Range IS
East. As the State of Idaho has
the preference right under its grant,
to select lands for the period of
sixty days after the filing of the
township plats, no person will be
allowed to file during said period
except those claiming settlement
prior to survey of said townships
W. H. Broadhead, Register.
February 14, i896.
Notice is hereby given th at th t
Governor of the State of Idaho has
made application at the United
States Surveyor General's office at
Boise city, Idaho, dated January 4.
1896, for the survey of 15 town
ships of the public lands situated
within the State of Idaho, under
the provisions of the Act of Con
gress of August 18, 1894, for the
purpose of satisfying the public
land grants made to said State by
the act of July 3, 1890, admitting
Idaho into the Union" Said town
ships within the Hailey Land Dis
trict, are as follows: Township 7
South, Range 19 East. Township
9 South, Range 19 East- Town
ship 10 South, Range 19 East.
The lands embraced in the ap
proximate full 3nd fractional town
ships above named, are reserved
from any adverse appropriation by
settlement or otherwise! except un
der rights that may be found to ex
ist o? prior iuseption), from and
after the date of filing of the ap
plication for survey—Jany.4 1396—
and for a period extending front
January 4, 1896, until the expira
tion of from the date of
sixty days
filing the official plats of survey of
the above named townships in this
office, during which period the State
authorities may select any of the
lands situated in said townships -
which are not embraced in any valid .
adverse claim.
\V, ii. Broadhead, Register.
February 18, 1896.
A sixteen page pamphlet de
scription of the Gold Belt will bo
ready for distribution about March
1st, and will be issued monthly, un
til the entire State is covered. All
who are interested in the welfare of
Idaho, especially in the developen - •
ent of the mining industry, desir
ing a copy of these editions, sent to
himself or friends and notifying
the Secretary of the Idaho Mining ;
Exchange, Boise City. Idaho, of hi?
address, by postal card, will be fur
niâhed as long the numbers last...

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