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A Lane: from I. J. Pilßliliil.‘
[The communication published he
low is irom A. J. l‘riehard, a man i
who has spent some ymmlproslw ting i
in the mountalm oi ldaho. Montana ’
and W'ushlngton Territory, and who
has-been dirantlod as n tainslltnatoi
humhug by a great. many who have i
been seduced by his representation: l
to make long and weary pilgrimngoa ]
into the mountain root-sites oi Idnhoi
without dincovoring even the color‘
of gold. \\’o might state here that i
We have heard oi this man irequently ‘
slnee the establishment oi the Rte-‘4
View, and that the general opinion ‘
was that he was either insane or an ‘
armnt knave. At onetime a hody oi ‘
men, who made the trip into his.
locality on his repn aentutlons was so |
incensed at the ialluro to discoverl
the mines he promised. that they "
would have hung him were it not ior y
the counsel oi cooler heads. It is ‘
(Whit-ht from the rot-out development
it. the (‘tenr d’.\lene, and the sueeeus
that Is rewarding prosper-tors, thntr
Prlehurd Is not such a iool as was‘,
thought, and he may he oorroet 111 l
his claim oi being the original dis-3
cover oi gold in the diggings now.
reeolving so Inueh attention. We ‘
give hltn a chance to Inakon state-i
meat, ieellng that it will he interest- ‘I
ing since the new mines are nttraet- i
lug so Inueh attention] I
r’ I
To mine", prnaqlrelm‘a. aml ilmm'ft‘el- ‘
I'ny mt iull-real in the «In-elopnmtt
oft/H's rrmoln eountry am! ilnfulure i
welfare.- 3
I will now say a iew words, hoping ‘
thereby to give encouragement to
the pioneer proslwotors aml minors.
My name has been published broad
cast as one oi the great humhu'gs on ‘
placer mining in tho (‘ovnrd‘Alene‘
Mountains. 1 now say that l have
given hut a small portion at tho
knowledge 1 have obtained in my
explanatlom oi thia nnpmspocted ‘
country. I ohtalnod the knowledge
in my researches that right here was
an immense mineral hell that was
unpro-nwstod. and [ iound good in.li
eatinnsoi gold in various parts. Then i
I hogan tracing up the iormation and
iound a wide extent oi territory tra
versed by those halos. l iouml prowl
lndlcntlom oi plaoer mining grounds,
and I continued my investigations to
satisfy mysoli in regard to the con-1
neetion oi this region with the Root
enll mines on the north, and tho
Boise, Salmon. and (‘learwnten on
the south. 1 have spoilt tho host part
oi tho last live yeah in prospecting
and looking over llll‘i new tlold. l
have iound gold on various- <ireanls;
and, aim, in support oi this, have
iound that there are vast sedimentary
deposits that will add more totho
wealth oi this country than eould
ever have been eXpectod irom the
platen without a foreign support. The
lodesalonooi this region would make
it one oi the most prominent mining
motions in tho l'nited States. There
in a large extent oi territory ll'ith‘fN‘tl
by lotion, that is also sup irtotl hy
the host plat-er mining grog-(Is, por- I
haps, at present, in North America.
What has surprised me lltlvst oi all
is that it has remained solongundis
covered so (lose to other mining‘
lm-ulitlos, and on a route that has!
been traversedhyhnndrt-dsoi miners
and pmspectors. lint sun-h is tin-ease.
There are a tow coming into the‘
mines and looking about to see what
they can find open for tiiom, aml
trying to reap tho hem-tit ni tho labor
0! some person more disposed tolook l
up and Work than themselves, and
their ('l'_\‘ is over, “All Is taken." lint
thoreurt-a iew who are willlngto
listen to advice, and loonto on unoo- j
caplet! ground. Some are prospect
ing on trlhutarlesoi tho mainstream,
but the great tronlilo is. as has hoon
In all other new mining tountries,l
too many court: here with the oxpoc- .
tatlon oi picking up the glittering
*dnat without much effort. Ii they.
would atop a moment and listen to
reason they wouldseetho uncertainty .
oitht-pmslwotor. llostartdlntoannn- ‘
explored llehl, works weeks, months,
and perhaps years, living upon such ‘
{are as he is able to procure, and iac- ‘
ing the elements in all their t-hnngos
and staking llie against all dangem
Then there is little hardships for
men to come on niter the mines are
looked up, and trails out, so that they
can ride into the mountains \\ here ‘
the plonoerhad tohooi lt wliha p.u-k
und tool-t on his lint-k, through brush
and over boulders, with no r-ntonrw
ugement but the antieipation that he ‘
may make a stake in the iuture. ‘
h'uch lollie in the iront oi mlningi
exeitemonts. Now I will state that l
the day iu not iardlatnnt when the
Panhandle oi idalmflwiii make its In- 1
fluent-e ioltamong thetorrltorles, ior ;
its mineral resources are lnierlor to l
none, and only await capital an lahor !
to untold to the world the treasures i
that hnveso long laid hurled within ,
the recesses oi these rocky ranges. .
The extent oi this mininzv muntrv is
over 3!) miles in width and 60 miles .
in length. There are trinity d‘glleul
ties to overt-onto. The bottom; are ‘
wide and the ground is eovered by a “
heavy growth oi timber. Water Is .‘
generally plentiful. 'l‘hogold is oil
good quality and what the miners i
term marge gold. 1 ean give hut llt- :
tle lniormation at present in regard l
to the average yield. hut those at‘
work are well natisiled. 'i‘he proo- I
pet-ta oi the inture are bright, but i i‘
would not advise anyone to come
here this tall without means as the
camp Is not iar enough advanced yet
to give employment tonnmy. \\'in- ‘
ter is close at hand. Snow tails to a i
depth oi iour and live ieet, making ‘
lt impoanlble to explore the eonntry. ‘
Whenl have more leisure I will
give u more extended sketch oi tho
nllnt'hll mum oi this section, its
gem-ml iormntion and a description
10' its ecological conditions. and also
oi the sedimentary deposits, their
extent, nature, em, which a lack oi
tim‘b‘at present prohibits. I did not
expect the puhilcto interiero with
any exploration-motion. I intended
to'huyo till-region pronpected to my
, mm totorr- giving it “my to
the public, but [trusted tn‘n mp
posed friend and finding I was sold
propose to make the bent o! the tutu
utlon. This has mum-d the stum-
Ipcde which is hound to.nu|ke the
|(Yu‘ur (I’Alene digginm {Hilton}. 1
I would nd\'l.-u- those irom uhroull not
I to come here this tall as the season
I 1.~ furndvaneed, nnd nothingenn he
Idone In the wny oi minim: tlhring
Ithe ,nluter. And now u» (are: the
Iliuluhtu: part at the Illlllt" in eon-
I eerned there l-I plenty of proof of the
I genuine»: oi the strike to ~llppnl‘t nll
Ithat I have ever said. I am nup
pmetlhy those who have investi-
I gntednnd they Inlve said more tlnm
I lever gave tothe pulrile. lloplng
Ithut in the future I may he nivle to
I give more sati~iaetory prooi oi what
I llnnje asserted, I remain
I Yours, ete.,
I An]. Pun-tum» H
The great lunni-ug oi the (‘tenr‘
I d':\lene .\lountalm, and I don't
I care a eent who know." it.
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IILI. .\‘l'lz'n Holst-11‘»,
I ll.nrnmle 111-enn-rnnut] -
I Lust tall i depired to add to my
I rare eolleetlon u large hornet’s next.
I I had un emlualmetl tarantulanml her
I [mn'elnln-lined nest, and I desired to
I tilltl to than: the gray and airy home
In! the hornet. I proeured one of the
I largeslze attereold wentherand hung
I it In my euhlnet by n Htrlng. I forgot
Inbout It until this nprlng. When
I warm weather emue, mun-thing re
' minded men! It. ' I think it was a
Ihornet. lle jogged my memory in
Isome way and t'tlllt‘ll my attention
lln it. Memory is not loeated \\'here
I thought it was. It seemedih though
whenever he tuuehed me he awaken
ed n memory, it warm memory with
a red plaee ull amund it.
Then some more hornets eumeand
hemm to rake up old lwrmttxllitiw.
lreinemher that one oi them lit on
my upper lip. lle thought it \\'as u
ro<ehud. \\'hen he went anay it
looked like a uladiolne hulh. l \\'rap
ped a wet sheet nronnd it to takeout
the warmth nud 'reduee the swelling
so that I eoulll go through tin-{olding
tlmll‘h and tell my wife nbout it.
llurneta llt all over me and walked
around on my person. I dial notdare
to scrape them oii', heeau~e they are
HlM'ilslllYt'. You have to he very
guarded In your eonduet toward a I
hornet.
I rennan‘a-rom-e while I \\'a~' \\'utell- I
in:.: the hu~y little hornet gathering I
honey and June hum from thelmom ‘
of a rose, yeari ago, I stirred him up
with a elnh, more m a pmetiealjoke I
than anything el~e, and he eame and I
lit on my mnny hair, that me: when
I wore Iny onn hair, and he walked I
urouud through my gleaming: trew s‘
quite awhile. makim: traek~ as large I
as n \\'ntermelon all o\'er my head. I
II he hadn‘t run out of tnu~ks my:
head \\'ould havelmked like aloadoi
~utntner Nlllasllt‘h. I remember I had
to thump my head ngnin~t the smoke ‘
hou.~e in order to Mntwh him, und I
hail to eumlrhim out with atineeomh I
and wear a \\'aute-palwr “:15th two I
weeks {or n hat. - I
.\lueh has heen said oi the hornet.
but he luls an odd, quaint way after
nll that is forever new. A ‘
r..-«I Hum". I
Permit me, through your paper, to I
ansn‘e:l the iollou‘ilu: letter, \\‘hlvh
mny, also, serve us a reply to numy j
inquirie~ made of me of like ehar- I
aeter: I I
I'AI,IJI'.~I-Z (‘t-n'. July in, trout. I
11. (mass, l".~'Q.:—-l)uur .\ir: Sinee I
the (iovermnent ll:l~‘ eotnmeneed an I
investigition oi the way in \\'hiehl
nettlera ure proeuring lands, many
who have recently proven up ure‘
offering theirllmd for sale. and 1 WM: I
to inquire n'ould‘a per~on he safe In I
huylng ~neh land“! ir it \\'le afterl
the pureha.~e lllst'ln‘Oi't'll that there
was (rand, prartieed in making the 1
entry would, or eould the tion-ru
ment Interfere with tln-titleorentry
to prejudiee oi the pun-has”.- Please I
answer and otrlige. I
In reply to the ahove inquiry. II
unmet-r that a person who huyw land I
of the party lnakinzthe entry letore I
the entry i< approved Ivy the Depart-
Inent ut \\‘nshington (‘ity, will not I
he treated or prom-ted nx un Innoeent ‘
IIIIPI'IIIIM'I'.
’l‘he aetion of the oilleera ol the
loeal liutnl ()tllee in not tlnal, hut Is I
suhjeet to re\'i~ion, apprtmrl or rejee- 4
tion by the general Inna! (illlee, and I
if it iu usm-rtznned that the land was I
acquired by iraudulent pnll'llte‘ the I
entry will heeaueeled without regard
to the elalms oi the sulta quent pnr- I
elnm-r. I
The pnrty making the pnrehase
takes only Hui'll right or interest as
the party making: the entn’ m-quired
nnd It by inlae swenrlng or failure to
comply with the law, ell 2, the entry
man Is without equity in the prem
lses, his urnnteeu must him be with
out equitable standing. The legal
title does not pass irom the Govern
ment until the approval of the entry
ut the general Land ()illee.
There will hen enreiul exnminullon
madeoi the proof ot rtwidenee and
all matters eonneetetl with eueh
entry, where patentu have not Issued.
and i! It lunmde toappearthut irnutl,
such nl4] have lndleuted, IIIIN heen
pmetleed, the entry will he enneeled,
and the purehufaer leit to his reeours‘e,
against the party from whom he
purehaned.
The inn, however, that the patent
has already Innued, will not relieve
the guilty party lrom liability to u
erinnlnal proseeutlon.
llnxm’ Gum,
Special Agent General Land Otilee.
—Walla Walla Union.
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F. T. CLARKE,
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1 GLOVER & GILLIAM, Pros. 1
Fine Carriages and Hacks Always on Hand.:
1 BEST OF RIGS FOR COMMERCIAL TRVELERS.
Also do a. General Hack, Dray, and Transfer Business.
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1 Agent for tho Rockfor IWuxvl| Company. '
1 ' V J. B. BLALOCK,
1 ~.-_‘ 5%.“. ' Fashionable Boot Maker!
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1 x ' " f‘.‘ COR. RIVERSIDE AVENUE AND HOWARD STREET.
1 ,1: 1 r 1319 Ready-made Boots and Shoes.
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Wholesale and Retall quuor Dealer,
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Jos. Finck 8: Co.'s Wedding Rye. Five Years Old.
‘ C. E. TILTDII'S &E. L. MILES' FINE OLD BOURBON.
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‘ MEALS. 25 CENTS. LODGINGS.2S TO 50 CENTS. ACCORDING TO ROOMS.
GEO. VON LANGEE. Agn'm. nuwwron rm.
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\Van'nvr &* ROO, Props.
DRUG E S l ORE,
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Dmgs North of Walla. Walla!
"Pllyslcmns Prescriptions a Specialty.
The T’urtlculnr am-mlun of Builders ls called to tho stock of
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, etc.
Always u complete «tuck of
:5 went 1 (adieu-sea and. Tenet Melee.
-- W. L. Turner, Mme-«www
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Coal, Iron & Steel *
IRON PIPING, |
Hose, Belting, l’ucklngs,
CARRAGE and WAGON mum
, £16., Em, l-Jrc.
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Chas. Bloomer. I
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Picture Frames and Mouldings, i
LOUNGE; SPIKE-WEEDS, BEDDIKG.
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Orrlers SoliclteJ and Satisfncuon
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C. W. ROBBINS, Proprietorr
Mc-dlvnl Lake. W. T. ‘
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Lots 4 and 5, Block 42.
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Railroad Lands
FOR SALE.
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