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SHOSHONE. LINCOLN COUNTY, IDAHO, MARCH 6,lSyG.
NO. 10
vol. n
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
V. BIERBOWER,
ATTORNEY & COUEKLOR AT LAW.
Idaho.
fclioshone
H. J. SYMS,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Shoshoxk Precinct.
Acknowledgments taken and papers
nf every description drawn.
Collections made and promptly returned.
J. 8. WATERS,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
General p-actice. Land office a specialty.
Residence: Shoshone Falls, Idaho.
Office at Shoshone and Hailey.
Invites correspondence on professional
business. Address,
SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
VISIT
T. B. BECK'S
Shaving Parlors
t
FOR A FIRST CLASS
SHAVE or HAIR CUT.
Prices reasonable.
Next door to Opera House.
Ï TIM
Ti
5
ROUGH and SURFACED,
Screen and common Doors, Sash,
Cedar Posts and Shingles.
E?erytliifl2 in tiic BUILDING L NE
SHOSHONE
Liuery& Feed Stable,
■Will continue to do business at the old
stand, and deal in
COAL, WATER and ICE.
GENERAL JOBBING WORK.
E. W. HORTON
ï
SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
FINAL PEÖÖT
AND
OEIGLXAL ENTBIES.
The Land Office Department having
ordered that the Clerk of the District
Oourt may take final proofs for settlers
o*T Government lands, and make orig
inal entries for them also,
A. S. Senter, clerk of the court in and
for Lincoln county, is now fully
equipped with all legal forms and land
office blanks, and can save money to
settlers by attending to their Land
<Xfi.ce business Shoshone.
A. S. Sentek.
fini
8hop two doors north of
Pacific Hotel.
E.J. ANDREWS.
Carpenter and—
SAWS FILED AND SET.
Idaho
Shoshone,
LINCOLN COUNTY.
Proceedings of the County Commis
sioners.
Shoshone, Feb. 11. 1896,
Board met pursuant to adjourn-1
Present—James L Fuller, Chair
man, Thos Fay and Lee S Varier
Commissoners; A. S. Senter, clerk.
ment.
Whereon the hoard ordered
that a warrant
he drawn
on the current expense fund, in
favor of the assessor and tax col*
lector of Biaine county, for the sum I
of One hundred and ten dollars and
eighty seven cents, settlement in full
for taxes erroneously' collected on
delinquent taxes of Logan county I
for the years 1893 and 1894.
Ordered by the board, that James j
L. Fuller and Lee S. Vader proceed
to the county seat of Blaine couuty, I
for the purpose of securing from the
commissioners of Biaine county, the
ofliee furniture, fixtures, jail, etc.»
formerly owned by Logan county,
and to attend to shipment of the
same.
Whereon the board adjourned to
at a. m. February
12th, 1896.
February 12, 1896.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present, Thos. Fay, commissioner-*
A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being no quorum present
adjourcim nt was taken until 10
o'clock, a. m. February 13 1896.
February 13, lt96.
Board met pursuant to adjourn*
!
ment.
Present Thos. Fay, commissioner,
A. S. Senter clerk.
There being no quorum present
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock, a. m. February, 14, 1S96'
February 14, 1896.
Board met pursuant to aljou;n
ment.
Present Tlios, Fay, commissioner,
A. 8. Sen 1er, clerk.
There being no quorum present
taken until 10
djournmeut
'clock a. in. February 15, 1896.
was
o
February 15 1896.
Board met pursuant to adj >uru*
ment.
Present; James L. Fuller, chair
man, Thos. Fay and Lee S. Vader,
commissioners; A. 8. 8euter clerk.
Whereon it was ordered by the
board, that Texas Augei he, and is
hereby employed, in behalf of Lin
coln county, to bring suit against
George W. Richards, auditor and re
corder of Blaine county, to compel
him to transcribe the records for
Lincoln couuty, as required by the
Act of the legislature, creating Lm
colu couuty.
Whereon the board adjourned to
meet at 10 o'clock, a. m. Febiuary
17, 1896.
1890.
February 17,
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present; Tlios. F ay, commissioner
A. 8. 8euter, clerk.
There being no quorum present
adjournment was takeu until 10
o'clock, a. m. February 18, 1896.
February 18, 1896
Board met pursuaut to adjourn
ment.
Present; Thos. Fay, commissioner
A. S. Senter clerk.
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was takea until 7
o'clock p. m, February 19, 1896.
February 19, 1896.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos Faj", 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 8. 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
work from time to time, in and
uuder the supervision of the jailor,
and that the residens commissioner,
is hereby authorized to call out pris
oners to perform such labor, fi^ra
: me to time, as in his Judgement
may seem neccesary. for the im
provement, cleanliness and better
ment of county property. Manual
labor not to exceed eight hours per
about the court house and jail,
day.
| adjourned to
meet at 10 o'clock, a. m, Februai
21, 1896.
•y
February, 21,1896.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ient
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
I er , A. S. Senter, clerk,
There being no quorum present,
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 22, 1896.
February 22, 1896.
Board met pursuaut to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er, A. 8. 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, 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 25, 1896.
February 25th. 1896
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er, A. S. Senter, clerk.
There being n»-quorum present,
adjournment was taken until 1()
o'clock a. m. February 26th. 1896.
February 26th. 1896
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment.
Present: Thos. Fay, commission
er. A. S. Senter, cierk.
There being no quorun present
adjournment was taken until 10
o'clock a. m. February 27th. 18S6.
February 27th. 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'clook a. m. February 28th. 1896,
SHORT COT TO NEWS,
ITEMS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY.
A Brief Summary of the News Com
piled for Our Readers.
Skunks entered cemeteries in
Kansas, dug into graves and ate
parts of bodies.
The opening of the Lenton sea
son has let the cattle down another
10c per hundred.
The house passed the agricultur
al bill and made seed distribution
mandatory on Sec. Morton.
Prominent republican leaders
are advocating a scheme to estab
lish national headquarters in New
York.
Mayor Hastian of Sedalia Mo.
has declared that Major Warner de
serves the republican gubernatorial
nomination this year.
Mrs. Stevenson, wife of the Vice
President Stevenson, has been el
ected president general of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution.
Prof. Servies says that a collis
ion between the earth and Perrin's
comeVmighTpmv? deleterious to the
health of the people on the earth.
Chauncy M. Depew declined to
address the law students of the
Kansas University because the fac
ulty would not allow Col. Ingersoll
to make an address
The Stranger In Shoshone.
Miss Stewart, the teacher of the
Des Moines; Iowa, High School,
who fell ill while on the train on
her way home, about two weeks
ago, and who had to be left there,
is there j'et.
Dr. Pyle was called in to see her,
when he arrived there last night.
She was in a spasm, her muscles
were twitching, and there were
symptons of constipation. A local
physician was there, but he said
that she was not his patient, Dr.
Stone having been called to visit
her about 10 days ago.
That gentleman not having been
summoned since. Dr. Pyle went to
work at once, rolled up his sleeves,
called for alcohol, sweet oil and
warm water, gave her an iniection
of water and oil and had her
thoroughly rubbed by two ladies.
The sufferer soon opened her eyes
and seemed herself again, in every
way.
She begged Dr. Pyle not to leave
her. But unfortunately, that gen
tleman had patients of his own to
look after here, and already over
due, besides he is not a doctor of
medecine but of dental surgery. So
he regretfully left her, although he
fears that she will die from want of
proper nursing and medical attend
ance.
The trouble withtbe young wo
seems to be that she has no mon
ey. But surely her relatives would
respond to telegraphic request for
assistance.--Wood River Times.
The above item, at its best, is on
ly the mutteriugs of a poor, no
account travelling dentist. He has
told anything but truth. He has
lied tihrough-out his whole etate
ment. He was never called to at
tend the young lady, and in fact
never saw her. He evidently de
sired some free advertising and no
doubt he will receive it; for when
ever he goes we hope the stigma
that he has brought upon himself
will follow him, and we ask the
public to pationize him according
ly. The truth is, that the young
woman had the best of medical
care and nursing. No want left un
satisfied, and when death knocked
at the door and claimed its victim r
the bedside was surrounded by la
dies who had been in constant at
tendance upon the sufferer, the
young woman had no money, but
she received as much attention and
care as if she had been in her par
ents home. We hope the press of
Idaho will grant to Dr. (?) Pyle
plenty of free advertising.
The Chicago editor who was sen
tenced two years imprisonment for
sending his papers through the
mails isn't as staunch an advocate
of the publication of "hot stufi" as
he was.
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 18
East. As the State of Idaho has
the preference right under its grant,
to select lands for the period of
sixty days after the tiling of the
township plats, no person will be
allowed to file during said period
except those claiming settlement
prior to survey of said township
W. H. Broadhead, Register.
February 14, i896.
Notice is hereby given that th
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
South, Range 19 East- Town
ship 10 South, Range 19 East.
The lands embraced in the ap
proximate full and fractional town
ships above named, are reserved,
from any adverse appropriation by
settlement or otberwise(except un
der rights that may be found to ex
ist of prior inseption), from and
after the date of filing of the ap
plication for survey—Jany.4 1896—
and for a period extending from
January 4, 1896, until the expira
tion of sixty days from the date of
filing the official plats of survey of
the above named townships in this*
office, during which period the State
authorities may select any ot the
lands situated in said township»
which are not embraced in any valid
adverse claim.
\V, ll. Broadhead, Register..
February 18,. 1896.

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