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?hr (Ëlmort JulUtin.
Q. M PA Y NIC, .... EBRO* AID PPOKanTO*
Rocky Bar, Ji nk 1, 1889.
L.
tion
OOOD MORNING.
Thk Elmore Bulletin this mom
and
ing, for the first time, greets the
good and generous hearted mining
community of Rocky Bar and vi- the
now
The
of
In
cinity.
The Bulletin will make no rash
promises regarding its future course.
Suffice it to qpy that it will battle
for the rights and advancement of
not only Rocky Bar hut of all El
more county and Idaho Territory
bo long as its patronage is sufficient
to furnish food for a family and to
purchase the necessay paper and
lubricating liquids to keep the ma
chinery running smooth.
We have come with the intention
of permanently residing at Rocky
Bar, and have much faith in its
future prosperity and greatness as a
gold producing camp.
Owing to a multiplicity of duties
attending our removal from Moun
tain Home we have been unable to
devote as much space to mining
matter« this week a* we desired,
yet we think even this number of
the paper of «orne intere«t to thi*
community and deserving of kind
consideration from every person
who has at heart the welfare of
of
are
Rock" Bar
Air we ask is a liberal support in'
return for our efforts to build up
your town by making known to the
world the vastness and richness of
your developed mines and of tin«
hidden treasure only awaiting the
touch of capital to startle the world
by its immense yied.
Politically the Bulletin will be
Independent-Democratic— with no
"strings" whatever to hamper it—
and will advocate statehood for
Idaho with a sincere belief that the
mining interests will tie greatly
henefitted thereby as well as all
other sections.
Hoping that the Bulletin may
prove to you a welcome weekly
»» visitor, we are yours for $3.00 in
advance.
Many people in Rocky Bar fully
appreciate the advantages to be de
rived from the presence and efforts
of a good home paper. When the
Bulletin presses and material ar
rived here last week a number of
prominent and solid citizens
manifested feelings of welcome by
causing anvil salutes loud and
l.>n, to h. «1*4. And thi. .» no!
all. Many lent a lielping hand to
ward placing the plant in position
and performing other appreciated
favors. We will not particularize
G. M. Payne,
Proprietor.
l.KVKI. HEADS.
our
by mentioning names, but must say
to all those kind friends that the ,
Bulletin will not soon forget their
good offices in time of need, and its
aim and effort will be to repay
(hen, though it may be in « fct'blp
w *y*
Special notices in local columns
will be inserted at 25 cts a line.
The San Francisco Daily Call
and Elmore Bulletin only 86.50 for
one year. Cheap reading.
The Ban Francisco Weekly Call |
and Elmore Bulletin, one year, for ;
only $3.75, club rates. |
Alex Bruce asks you through
the Bulletin to call at his Moun- i
tain Home "Little Palace" and test
e s
orders promptly at Mountain Home,
Mrs. Smith, who killed her bus
band J. L. G. Smith in Hailey last
summer, has been granted a change
of venue to Logan county. |
We take pleasure in adding to
our exchange list the name of the
Capital, a sprightly weekly paper
Tlished at Boise City.
Judge Culp discharged R. B.
Brown examined for forgery, last
week but we understand the mat
ter will be presented to the grand |
jury for consideration.
Monte Gwinn «t Caldwell pro
claims to the world that he has an-,
immense stin k of everything needed
by the miner or anybody elre. which
Lri will sell at sum I nrôfit
he will s ell at email prom.
DEMOCRATIC TERHITOKIA1»
centhaij com Minn;.
- .
There will be a meeting of 'p® I
Territorial Central Committee to be
held at Boise City on Tuesday,
June 11th, 18H9, at 12 o clock in.,
to transact such business as may
come befogs the Committe»*. All
members are requested to attend in
person or by proxy.
M J.! VI ÎLrman
:

MyhlacksmiUi shop For particu
U„ inquire ol D. B. H.lb
pu
J. H. WlUICEHSHAM.
hor. t»r,
for Hale or Item.
ever
Elmore, is situated 65 mile« north- H
east of Mountain Home on the 0. S, !
It now haa a popula- pool
this
down
bring
the
El.MOKK'M CAPITAL.
Rocky Bar, the county seat of ;
L. railroad,
tion of about 1,000 and is 5,375 feet
above »ea level.
Plater mines were discovered at
and around Rocky Bar early in
1862, the working of which lead to
the '»««'overy „f gold »»earing quartz
veins and from whit h our people
now derive their principal support.
The gulch diggings proved very
rich and at one time the population
of the camp numbered thousands.
In a few months the best placer dig
gings were worked out and then
arastras were built and attention
a
to
of
of
wore
yet the best gold producers of
ago,
turned to the numerous rich quartz
leads—the first locations being the
Alturas, Elmore, Confederate Star,
Idaho, Golden Star and many others
of equal note—all of which proved
immensely rich, and some of them
are
Idaho.
Up to 1864 the territory now
known as Elmore, Uigan and Al
Juras counties was under the juris
diction of Boise county. Alturas
county was formed by the legisla
ture of 1863-4, with the county seat
located at a point a short distance
below Junction Bar and named
Esmeralda, but when the appointed
officers arrived at Esmeralda they
found no houses of any character
and consequently proceeded to the
in' ♦«*« of Rocky Bar, where by gen
up con *« lt the count y Beat wa *;
established, and where it remained
ised
for
the 0
of «"til removed by fraud in 1882 to
tin« Hailey. But justice and right again
the prevailed and the old camp is now
the proud shiretown of young and
vigorous Elmore county
be D. B. Lthell, Geo. \\. Jackson,
Jacob Reeser, Henry Rwanholm,
John Winkleback, Samuel Bainc
and L. Ludley are all of the first
settlers of the Bar whom we can
hear of just now that still reside in
our midst.
no
it—
for
the
all
may
in
The most noted gold quartz min
ing locations in this district are the
Elmore (formerly the Alturas Lim
ited), the Wide West (now being
reorganized), the Vishnue, Ophir.
Mountain Goat, Henry Clay, Potosi,
Bonaparte, besides at least twenty
excellent prosjiects that by milling
tests have proven extremely val
de- uable.
Atlanta, sixteen miles above here,
the is taking on new life. The Tahoma
ar- mine, under the able management
of of Charles W. Miller, is a bonanza
to its owners, and will this summer
by add twenty more stamps to it. !
and crushing capacity. The mine is to!
no! b. .O.kol « . I.rp, «»le. M,
to- renewal of work on many other
good mining properties will surely
follow. Atlanta is undoubtedly one
of the richest mining camp# on the
coast, and notwithstanding the va- ;
say
the , rious unfortunate circunit*tarn e.i of
their several years' duration, will soon ! e
its again in the front rank of gold pro
dueing ^*rep® Tht ' «J tl *ude of At —
U.il«.lcl » 1
below Rocky Rnr, on the South,
Boise river' It has some splendid
mines and will cut an important
figure in the mining world «t no;
distant dav. The P. G. Co's mill
Call -
for is now making very successful runs
on Franklin ore and a number of
Call | goisl prospects are being develop'd
for ; as fast aseireMistaoe^illjustdV
| The P*°Pl® of * l 9 ck y B ? r <er,ftln! y
have cause to rejoice at its present
i prosperity and future greatness as
test » mining center. Superintendent
s
as will also be the new wagon roa 1
bus- leading to the same. Dan. 1-itz
last water e little mill is ripping and
snorting day and nwht on neh
| ' "»hnue ore; and this splendid
to property will doubtless soon fall
the into the hands of a company that ,
paper will work it on a larger scale. Mett
Ogled* has moved the Onhir not
B. only a .nine but a rich and ext«.
last sive one and doubtless tto' lucky
mat- owners will erect a large mill this
| summer, as everything now fully
justifies such tu-tum. I .i<le r th.
pro- •upenntendeneyrf Major C ayanah
an-, ^ . Mountain (..«t has butted
straight into a rich and big vein of
ore that will doubtless be worked
profitably for many decades. John
§ hield - B Ht . nrv clay mine will yet
l»e< »me as noted for its golden egg
prcxliiction# iih whp tlu* ^t^ut
man after whom it is named dis
'p® I tinguished for oratory, (iid ('ami>
be j tie pjt*gerald E C. Towne,
[ )r Wright. Erwin, Judge Culp,
in., Quitiow, Fitxwater, and numerous |
may uwn g iv) ,l claims, but these
All g ent j en)en Hn . a q too modest to
in dro p j nto t [ ie Bulletin oflice and
report progress
Without a dtsirc to exaggerate
: in any manner, the Bulletin asserts
■ that everything pointa to a grand
and gloi.ous near future for Kpckv
Bar, Atlanta, Bine Grove and hl- (
l* e patient
r ,. np your rf oard.
, !
Rar celebrate the '
Shall Rocky
ever gloriou* Fourth?
The Oregon Pacific railroad will
H urely reach Boise next »Ummer,
Horry to hew that Joe Vandor
pool i« again very »ick at Mt. Home.
Geo. A. McCornick, formerly a
hanker on Wood River, is visiting
this town.
Deputy AeBCHW.r Wall haa gone
down to the valley to interview the
taxpayer« along the railroad.
Sheriff White ha« purchaned the
Johnson residence, and will noon
bring his family to the county scat.
"It's a thoroughbred in every re
spect," remarked Major Cavanah
when dilating .upon the merits of
the Mountain Goat mine.
Judges Golden, Culp, and Wall
eaeh a good "lifter" and
t
prove«
aided u« very materially putting up j
presses, etc. Thanks, gentlemen.
JudUe Culp. Sheriff White. Dan
Harrington and Henry Swan holm
wore elected delegates to attend the
Democratic convention at Mountain
Home next Monday.
Mr. Hawiey, who had one of his
nnklcs badly crushed a few weeks
ago, is now able to be around on
crutches.
*;
Three different gentlemen prom
ised us a hatch of local items from
Mountain Home fur this issue, hut 1
each one has sadly disappointed us.
Henry Swan holm, Judge Culp,'
Greene White anil W. C. Wicker
sham left for Mountain Home on j
this morning's stage.
Dr. O. \V. Hall, who was arrested
ïitr'jasrïïS;
for Examination before Probate
Judge Culp on Saturday la«t and
was discharged.
Bruce Reed is now sole proprie
tor of the Elmore saloon at Moun- j
tain Home,
man
only a firet-clars house.
Royal Daniels and Frank lusher
deserve special mention for the good
condition in which they delivered
the Bulletin material and house- j
hold furniture here. Tliey are care
ful and reasonable freighters.
The new grade aliovc Lime creek
station is a god-send to teamsters
and all travelers. Bailey, the road
overseer, made a good job of it, and
when ho finishes the Ia*use creek
grade traveling from here to Wood
creek will be magnif.
Job work done at this office.
to
in
A good and popular
is Bruce Kced, and he will run
the
val
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it. !
to! * €
M, SÂL'Ï 'Sï£t
v j t g the medicinal virtue* of pUnu
J?,JSTs!^il r ^h" onlvWr!
one FECT REMEDY to act gwuly y«t
the *f}_ _ nampifl
va- ; LlDRuIB, LITM AHlI OUVliLu
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of _ , - ..
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pro- pu||B BLO od! ™* T ~
At — rbfrbshino BLEEP,
1
U 4 t u »r« dtiiihiid vith it Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OP PIGS. Mu*
Uctur*d only by tfcs
no; CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
mill
runs
of
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as
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and
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that ,
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G. D. GOLDEN,
-DEALER IN
Nnitre
Trrrltor»,
Pet ml
Dry Goods and Groceries
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Tobaccos.
CROCKERY,
Mlninr
TstriiarY
11, vn«
detf
ïiïJri.
.onflicU
H«il«v
HARDWARE,
j
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QUEENSWARE, Etc.
n«avwI
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Also Freeh Fruit« of All Kind», and
Nuts and Candies.
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on j
a i -ri IP A Q H OTFI
>4 I I II I \ r\ Q | | I L» L*.
and * *
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gnT I'W nTD T» A HT.TS
good bfllXlN LJLXJ X AflÜÛ
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care
road
and
creek
Ulula»
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POST OFFICE BUILDING.
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JOUR T. GILMAN, Pwp.
run
d*r
-
BOARD.
Rooms Nicely Furnished.
for Mountain Home, the nearest point on the Oregon
Short Line, leave» the Hotel every morning at «ix
o'clock.
Stage
No

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ROCKY BAR BREWERY
y«t
Stage arrive« daily at 7 p. nt.
Pains Taten for the Accommodation of Commercial Travelers.
r
CENTRALLY LOCATED.
Appointments Complete and
Rates Satisfactory,
,
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JACOB ULRICH, PROP.
nreirs the Best of Dome Beep
From Pure Materials
9 !
And soils at reasonable jirice«, in quantities to suit,
«*•«»»»» coa*uu,a»w arooi.ro.
BUGGY TEAMS & FIRST-CLASS SADDLE RIGGS
liußgv team, 15 per day. Saddle horae, |2.50 par day.
H.W.« ymrokmod tta oW.. s~pw»y of Qm W. EU»1I. t aMi Ik* w
«,- »1 W«Js «4 «—«Ur Un^u.
Wholesale and Retail.
;
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A NICE, PLEASANT BILLIARD HALL
Run in Conuoction with the Brewery, where all will
lie Courteously Treated.
ELMORE HOUSE I
—(New Brick Hotel)—
Corner Alturas St. Ä: Atlsntt At©.
MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO.
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p. LIN AH AN, Prop.
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Tlii« II,,tpl lntvtmr lie« n iu»t r**nov*Le,l »ntl newly furnuhed Utougnout,
ttui brace* every feature of a |
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FIBST-CLAS3 and POPULAR HOSTELRY.
^ . , . .... a. a }
11 .Am Virift' .mil Well Ytmlilitsd 81«* ping Rooms; also larjc® ©nd WelMlphlefl \
Sample Rimpiiif (or .. traveler». Th. Dining Room is «rat .ka. !
in every appointment. A»k (or Clerk of Ihe Eliuore when a»nv
ing al (lie tic pel
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JCHN MITCHELL'S
Livery and Feed Stabte
AND CITY HAY SCALES,
mountain rum».
««««u» ?*»t ««iwte.
ELMORE COUNTY. j W
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Notice No. m
!.«»!> Omt.
Or» st
Hail». lOAIftn, April J*. >*•
I .lam AI«
r*kv liven thal Eu»
nod J«wph
Nnitre I*
SMOar, win« .
Hn.tr liar. Kiotor* Cnuntjr. Idaho
W made ap^lcth* lor A Urilod KttU.
Trrrltor»,
Pet ml lor the
ORNERAI. ORANT LODE
aîturie in Eli Orroh (kwwkrl, Hafi
Mlninr rlelm __.
Mining DttrM. Amtrs*
TstriiarY ronuoting of fifteen htiRdiel liti*Rf feet of
SiîSîΠ«ass The
«* !!■».
NR^N.'TiS^TsWVf ÎÏTS NW«r Sol
11, vn« S IS d% E (fo It Sto cor So.
detf f 1M0 ft ?K W No. 1 end ptwe of li«|iRllR| (
ïiïJri. - H— are. »SS1 roro^».
.onflicU The raid Rttnlmt hein* o» W»fl» W
Ihcrikco» II» Rririfori ol mU
H«il«v in Altai»« noun!}'. ktoho Territory J*
known kwmii.™ Seine the Gakonfo. tMWfo
n«avwI tfc« «kl mining chUm, for Ihr ported of «Utjr
Am
H O. Raiusro, Unrirfar
I». E. Wildmn, Ariora«. h» ClrioMMl*.
rim publication April tl.
AÄMMiMmkrM On
^ ^
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Nolle* No W7
Hnui. Itoaifto. April *». IW»
>T »Iren Wat r.
Jo«pl, rtriSn.
POORMAN LOOK
Ulula» ctolm. «<*•** I» BA Croak llormtrlr
»■«twl*) Ulula» Mrirtet. »H«rw (Vmat*. ~
TrortPWT, ooMitotln* of »ft««« hundred lloomr lmrtol
.. . « - J _ W- _ — - « a. ■ lllfo
Kali« 1K» l**i NW cot K«; *•**«•£ ***'?*?
oiio E «00 toot SW cro No. 4, Ihmot *» <i** K »*■>
K HE cor No. I »0.1 pi»,* o* hosioHln». *»lrir*Mr
to,undark» c4 *4«, »rro ». Ml
Farorfor ol «id mlnln, dtotrict at Balky, I» Akim
Croat,. Mal» Th» nrorori known locatioo« May
Crown frriat. Crown Coin» B »ad Opklr i~*—
I dirort th»t Iht. aoric* b» pubiMroi
TU» Mos« SiiASTi». ih» o*w«l*e* r publtaiv»d roar
.. ■ ■ , tor Um p»riod ol *,«W
... 0. BILLINOX, H««Mor.
a'oldron Att-wnoy «o» Ctoiiarot»
rtnt pubikaU.* April tl.
la Iki Moot
•m Um
'Ta
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Natie* No. tM.
Umtob St .to» L»*b omro.
lUiun. I»*«.«, April ts. il
R oUro to k«r*ky (Ivm U»i Ku«ra» Ummi Atoi
d*r fT*M*r »(id Jam* P**iSro. »ko« _
(mb Borky Uor. Elm,«* Omiaiy, Idaho. hav<
•pplirahon I or » Untold RUM» I'M Mil lot th»
CROWN POINT LODE
Ulalny ctolm, UiuM* In Ktt CroMi (SwoMrlv
Scrokkl.) Ulala» IHMriri. Altar« » Co anty.
Troritory, r«M>tln* « Slt.ro huadrod liaror N*tol
- |ad*. »nd rorkM* (round »it hundred Irot «M»,
bern( IxH N.v 43 nnd droonUd
Hard
this offle«, with
laMMtk '»rinlloa M IH dro »5 min «M, ». loi
low« Umamin» M n polo« wh*ro dtocorory no
No 1 . thorn* N W «W ft NK cor No. J. Uwnco
dev 1&00 ft NW cor No. 3. thrnco H Mtk« K
OOOftbW
• n
oor No. 4. tiHMK* N M d»» K IN» ft kK
Um lUoonlar ol aukl minimi dtotrict M 11*1 toy. la
Altar»» Coanty. Haho. Ih* nroraM l»«» loro
lion, briny U>* Oenenl Ofaul »Mi IbwirauLn lodro.
1 direct that Ihto noli,« b. puMubrd In th» Mo**.
Hirn» II, Lull», th i n.»«i*t**r vutdtolMd m ■*
Ut roM Ui 1 U I H» clalai. I t th* |mriod ol *ixtj
dira H O. BILLINGS. H*(toWr
U. K. Waldrta, Alton,.) lor CtotauMlU,
lint publirotloa April it.
r a , I
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Not!,« No. tm.
Ultra» Or»,*» La»* Onto,
h«m«t, i*AHo, April a, lime
la hmmhy gi«Mi that Kugi nr l.tamt Akxan
•r «ml J «e|>h 1'friffrr. «bow jmetolfU* id
No»irr
draw to Rocky Bor, Klmorv Conn* r, Moho, Y
mod« application far a I'nlted HUira PoUol for
M
CROWN FOIST B. LODE
ä*
I Mlnln» IHitrlH. Altar»« Coanty, Idaho
rna«lMltl( or aiMww ouworro tmro, i«w* ,«
li>* toad, »nd rortac* »round »oar bund rod Im «Id».
, datai Urn o«M»l wrro, on *1* la thtooMc*. with
< OM»n«tic variation »I 14 d«< «6 mla. «ont o lollo*»
manrlny at point ol dl«,«rr*ry *hrr* noliroal
orltflnallr protMl. Ih*,« N « dr» «
I I2M last W »nd lin. ol daim. Ihrib* h « tfro W 100
1 II BW cor No. ». th*nr* » IJ .!«, r. » 00 « NW cor
N , 1 UM»«Sm<to» k 1400 ft NL
ft U là w ioo to SIC cor No. 4, thcocr N a do» W
■SOU « SW cor No. 1 to pU,« ol br»1aaln(. riterior
boon.lari« ol Hum ccatoinln» »rro ol U.T44 »ma
No. 3. Ihwre
No eoaSi.4«- Th» J»id mi„in» cUiui lain, ol roooed
dMrhrt at
Halley, In Alton. Uouat., l,l»ho.
larotton- brin» Ban Jaw, Poormao, Opklr
and Uowr.1 Grant lad.«
I dim* thftt ih«» m*icw Ns puWltohw! la Ih* Mora
9 ! TAM Hum» Bl'UJm*. til« nrwwjwijwr puKh-he-!
H. O. BILI.LNUH, RaftoUr.
t Wb Id rare. Att^rnev for Oaimrenta.
Fini puWkmlton April S7.
application for a patent.
Nolle* No. S4
Cm» tiiiw Laaaomra.
Hailey, Alton*County, Idnhre,
April IS. Itota.
w
reeser mill site claim
Sltoata la Baa, Croak Mint** IHririat. Maon («or
; me,I, Alturaa) 00001 ,. Idaho Tkrritof*. oanautki*
1 o< « W)7 aero», brio, lot No. ST, and drocriknl in tha
•urvc\ o«t Ato I»
tktouBk*. ailA o>a»awlr ronatlon at N. »da«. 4k
oiinutaa tool, aa Mina«: Hnrinnm» at N W roniar
No. 1. thrio* S » da» W SOD loot 8 W corner No X
UmotoS rn dot f. fttn trot H e rornor No », thnw*
M M dr» B 3AJ trot N E oon tot No i. then, « N M
No. ». thetH* N »7
de« 4« win W »«I fra«
30 min Mi UOfrat N W i on»« No. 1, vrei ptm«
nf
«U mill rit* claim brin» of rorord in
n#b* ol Ike lUoonlar of nil mlnln* dtotrict at
Hall*,, In Alturaa Count,. Idaho The
k
dine« Um» thi* Moilra Im preldi Imd In Dm Mote
TAIR Home lit LUtTtM. Urn new«|Nap*r |ml>IUhml ncrer
I
Mt the anki onniiiK cUim, fur the |jcrto>i of rikty
H a Bilumm, ItoRtoUr.
■MR
U. E. VUNM. Attorney for ChunmitL
Km»» publksUon A)»ril A).
AP PLUAT!0N FOR A PATENT.
NoOcaNo.au.
Cfttrao dt.raa Lain Orne«,
Hall*,. Idaho, April M. 1W»
Nod,* to har.br »Iron that Tin Hoar mt* itol.l
Utotln» Ounn»,, » corporation duly ariatdtohad hr
to* ol the mate ol N«* \rik b, Krank f Caranali.
Ita altoritio In tact. »tra*p»tom.c a titra* to Hock,
liar, Klinorr Count,, Idaho l.rrlt>r> . M mail ap
pttrotlou for a i ni tad Su t*, patent lor th.
MOUNTAIN QOAT MINING OAI1 I
! of Visen hundrail Unoar too» of tb« kreis, and rar
I too (round lit hnodrod trot «kl«, kein* M No id.
I A and H. and domrihod in th. Itotd not«, mal plat
.... "» (ho «Mrial oootoaom Slo tat thto oMro. with tua»
Mtt, rartatton «t N. lad./n*.43 nmui» «t *»■
| , fXttfmS, tSTii^SÏ*
1 w » «™T iC. N ïi, »
I S3 £Tw ï£Z ÎTT uJJlTnl'>
fnnt rorner No. », the new as def * «*Ai irrt » K one
tier No. 4. theme S 7« dt* to t» W isomer No. 1 ami
I'ln.n of botftnnintf, wr»tj of etterinr boundariM,
a } n-hnne« corner No. I aurvay 73S t* hnara » II dng
\ tre l.iss tocl «Stount araa. conUimn^ an ar«aul
.ka. ! W«. ^roro^Atroriri-U*^
MOUNTAIN AT MILL site
(nroai TW MM* to mor. N U.' droerttud U K
«■riaa ami bounda b, tb* oKcml plot horoaitb
»rod rod b, lb. #.hl » xro ri .tote, iwronl no.
Ikd in ihr ..(Tiro of tb. Kegler uf (be dtoirwl al
I lu ta aut'Ject b> .«la at •>* 'loilara par acre which
nou note. Of aun-«, oroenn. uu laranuanro •>
i loot of roid ctolm o* lb« rortacc with ma»n*t>c »
•riatlro alN 1» da» « min. om. a. loUoro to-.lt
: lkalnnu.il at tba M R coruf No 1 at .rich point
o '£ r *? on *" S—S' 1 —raj» fo fo«
W ITjk frot N I. Oornor No. », thrm-c » It drir »J
min h ftufi fert 8 to con» nr No. 3, tlu nur N M d «R
; » *»'«* * * N" N ? dfo w to*)
lari N t «*»* No 1, ami ptoc. of bqiftab« «>*
J aurvey of exterior bound*rten of cl*i«j »ran uonuln
I II!« *Ji arra of 1730 acre*, no oonftfcta. The mdd nun
ing cbtiru *ik1 mi«l rite nitnin« chum being of ra*w»rd
in ihr office of the Keconlnr of •»*<! miiimK dhrtrh t
»I H*U*v, In Allurtm <'mint y , bi*ho The
known ItinUoM being the Independence (Lot No.
I7)»nd Altura* lode, uwwn turi
1 diract that this noth** be publuhc*! in the toot re
taie IJumr Bulletin, the itew»pa)<er putdUbod n«*i
•at the mdd ml ni 04 dxiuj *ivl null alt* cUitu for U.o
(•nriod of *i*iy d*y*
II O. BiLuren*. Re^Mtor
I>. K H* a umhin. Attorm-v for (Itimut
p4l*lk-»ti »n AjhU
Montie B. Gwinn,
j W '
For the Célébrât«!
MOLINE
Tubular and Steel Skein
WAGONS
_
And Bu *S los -
The famous John Deer Plow»,
Harrows, Rake«, Mower».
(
If
Hardware, Hardwood, Barb Wire,
IRON and IT1IL
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Notions,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Boots ltd Shoos,
Ladies' Trimmed *nd Un trim
med Hat«,
On the Short Une, at GREATLY
REDUCED PRICES.
Caldwell, — Idaho.
~
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
—Dealer in—
»*■>
CHOICE
Groceries.
OF ALL KINDS.
STOVES.
hav<
th»
«M»,
Cooking. Coni and Wood Hasting
8 loves.
Hard
CROCKERY
with
loi
no
°t
mission and
rage Business
Mountain Home. Nov. SO, 1888.
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t
la
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The Little Palace
MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO.
a. J »aucs;
Liq uors !
id
M
Idaho

«Id».
with
lollo*»
noliroal
«
100
cor
W
riterior
»ma
FINE WHI8KZT«,
-CUCKENHFIMER WYE WHISKEY
Specialty.
Ihwre
roooed
at
Leonard House,
Opklr
Mora
MRS. M. E. LEONARD, Prop'r.
Good Bods, «nd t .V
Good MmU sad fair treatment.
DAY BOARD, |8 PER WEEK
I
Itota.
*
(«or
in tha
Idaho Stage Co.,
Ato I»
O. J. SALISBURY, Prop.,
Maintain Horn*, Pina Grove ar
Rocky Bar. 7
fare, each way, no .w
4k
roniar
No X
thnw*
N M
N »7
ptm«
in
at
Carrlar farih T.iptom at Loarari
Lror* Mountain Haro« dit t
Lure«« Rocky Bar at f a m. Daily, ^HMSfk
Mote ! nnd nrrirc at MniiskMi Msarn M 1r s.
ncrer
rikty
Notice of Forfeiture.
Too or* hrrrhr notMtod that
#300.00 Is Ishor and t re» pro»
HArrY JACK
1W»
itol.l
hr
Caranali.
Hock,
ap
I ÄmmÄT*
rar !i. «-.j i
Lod« in lUar Cra*k
uuntny durtnet. Al«vrmcoeatt
H EUMtoiMss SaarCrrak,ahnst
1*1 x buIm from mai Rocky Bar ta s aorthoaatnrir Si
raut ton, m orSnr In hoM
Idaho Territory, Um
pr am to n s
Hnvtoné I
piuitooM at Mrtkn DR of khn
stotret M of
ran atu d ra«
No id. _ _ _ __ . .01 —... - tt%±
plat i ■ u " cnD " "° m
tua» ;
«t *»■
! —W w *""» — ** ^ M arid
ïi, » John MolUnb, ftrokWf kl» mfe.
'* Ro * k > **•
JOHN > NULL»
M
K one i
1 ami
NOTICE.
boundariM,
dng
ar«aul ; Territory.
,«th. nmitw O. U.-row -
U lb. PrabaU Court of Klroaro Count,, Idaho
Rito, Srorirtok.
lot (attar* of at
I Notice lor porting appheotina
I tatratkoii
U K N'oOc. to h*rob, »Ir«, tbai O. W HU1 koa Uad
horoaitb vllh o» r tork ,d thto court * naUtloo roula* lor
no. ; Xtatotrotora, of tb. SZSS
al atek. doroaortl. rod that Mood*, tb. rth da, of
which , A u tMS , at 11 »clock * m. of roM for, h*-/
•> , m< ad»> of a rwular urm ol Court, te-wO, of too
» | a«, term. A D iK *1 Hock, Bar, la Iba tvrou,
to-.lt ^ rJui .„, bro Wro rot lor brorifo arid ,wUUuo.
point >bcn and wiwra «> pana* lour Hi mu appear
fo fo« rod da* o*uro wh, tfo aatd pMllloo abnXl aot b*
drir »J (r *n|*d. la**c CCL*. Krolartr Jud»*,
M d «R ; I.x-t4hêk» Cle'i nf Lmil
w to*) : Datad 11th day ol April, I
«>* ! l'irat pub April »#~w«
uonuln
nun i
ra*w»rd
dhrtrh t >
(Lot No.
toot re
n«*i
for U.o
JAMES EDWARDS 4 CO.
I
STOCK BROKERS.
Room 34 U*y Iküidla«, Third »ad PtM M*
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Munkipri H. n l«, Mlftroüahcril» tacalHUar
Huilu» spa k.
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