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»XMtiRK «Trt*TV. IDAHO
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R«kky Bar, Ji Nt: 'it*. 1889.
II«. HT KOIt THt. AKW HT.ITW«.
The San Francisco Examiner save
the Democracy in ready to make a
fight for the new State*. The Re
publicans admit that three «if them
are debatable ground. Montana,
that gave a five thousand majority
for the Republicans in November,
ha« elected a Democratic majority
to the Constitutional Convention.
South Dakotn is certain enough for
the Republicans, hut North Dakota
and Washington are in the «loubt
ful list, to be won hv hard work.
The Democrats have summoned
"Sunset" Cox to their aid; ami as
he was largely influential in getting
the Territorial measure through the
House, he is sure of close attention
and a cordial reception from the
citizens of the*Tcrritories.
With a good chance of carrying
Montana, and an even prospect of
getting one of the other States, it is
quite likely that the admission of
the new Stab's will not disturb the
balance of the two^H mises as fixed
by the November* election,
capture of the three doubtful Stab s
by the Democrats would give a
Pemocratic'majority of two in the
Senate ami reduce the slender Re
publican majority in the House by
one.
FA VOM. I llt.K FOIl STATEHOOD.
Tas
Unittnl State« Attorney for Idaho, 1
M'illi« Sweet of Latah eounty, tell«
the Bellevue Pres* cm! itor that he
— *" »'.ihington
know« from eonveraation with many
Congressmen the feeling concerning
Idaho*, .dmiaaion. W^ro ««,-!
liera of Congress, without exception,
favor it. ' Many^niemtiers are in
favor of admitting Territories just
as fast as they can support State
government, to rid Congress of the
care of [them. Eastern Congress
iwn of both parties have too long
the State of New York decitle
"*«— 1 «' »— <■
confident that Idaho will be ad
mitted in the early tlaya of the
ween
session.
Next year everyffarmer*?tr'the
United States will be vifiited by a
paid and accredited officer of the
government, anil askcdjjto give Bta
tiatics'of his farm "crops, stock,"etc.,
for the previotta year—that'is, the
year 1889.
been made that in order to be pre
pared to give the census taker ac
curate information, farmers should
begin now to keep accounts of all
farm operations, and keep it up
through the year. In this way only
can the agricultural statistics of
the census report bo made to have
any practical value. Keep an ac
curate record of the number of
The suggestion has
bushels of all kinds of grain raised,
of hay and root crops, of butter and
cheese, also, of rattle, sheep and
hogs, not forgetting chickens and
Attention to these details
eggs.
will up a good showing for our
country^__
1'rol ale'Judge B. L. Warrincr, of
Boise county, mysteriously disap
peared ut Idaho City about two
wer'k* ugo. The World shvs; "After
dinner the Judge walked up Mont
gomery street and turned aroun«l
the schotil house toward Main, and
has not iKfen seen n,.r heard of since
He has been ill and very feeble for
a long time, and was so weak it
seems impossible for him to have
gone a mile away, but the country
around has been thoroughly searc h
ed for? two" miles from town, in all
directions.* and partially searched
for'two or'threc miles beyond.
Baker City Reveille, 2Uth: Capt
June* Baxter, whose arrival in this
citv was mentioned bv ns several
days ago, made us a 'pleasant call
yesterday evening. The Captain is
an old-timer on this coast, but his
mining operations have heretofore
been chiefly confined to the Terri
tory of Idaho. An.l while it is true
that the Gem of the Mountains han
greatly favored him in search of tht*
(•olden Fleece, it remained for this
glorious section to demonstrate to
the Captain just how broad a smile
Dame Fortune is capable of be
stowing upon those who w«»o he
when she feels that way. Since his
arrival here the Big Aleck mine has
been conducting itself in a manner
calculated to charm an old miner
like Capt. Baxter, and he tells us
that all he wants now is to get his
Huntington mill placed in p<>
sition and see what it will do with
the big lot of high grade ore he has
lying on the dump.
Nine thousand lots are being sur
The revenue
new
veyed in P«x;atollo.
derived from the sale of the lots
will be something enormous,
mating that they will average f 1 2.50
each, the Indians will have a fund
of 112,500, less the expense» of
survey, »ale, etc.
Esti-l
HUMan.t> »rwu.
■nlairr
IrHgoihw and ArM Und*
UkITBI' 8T*T** 8«**«,#
W «miixctok, U. C., Juw 15,1*?-V j
l/rtirr ftf>m iKr ifrrtal *
Tb Tm » um»
I
Ai you are? »w#rr. Ile- l'uilol Hlat«-»
Staate liai »| a (pwUl cum
miUcv Oll .rriRaliou »ml llto" m linii
lion of arkl lind», «ml . lur(«l il witli
an inquiry into those sul.ji^t*.
committee will meet at St. Paul, Au- j
gust 1st, next, ami ou that date will
commence it« tout of field investi);» ,
tian. It will he accompanied by I>i
recUir Powtll of the United Htah ■ ge
ological survey and by an engineer !
ex)HTt, aasigiud to it* service.
The committee ilesire the «clive co
operation of the newspaper» published
within the dry area ; that i# West of '
the lUOtli meridian of west longitude, ;
in the work of arousing publie atten
tion to the importance of this great
subject. It especial!) ask» for I lo ir
aid in the gathering of data and the
collection of facia. It ia uunecesaary
to reca|*itulatc to you wliat llioae fact«
• re, but their collection will be « mat
ter of essen tia 1 service in laving the
ft itimlatl,,ns of intelligent opinion* f. r
ture. Each district and section should
endeavor to secure n* full a presenta
tion of it* own condition* a* may be
practicable.
It will prove of value to the com
mittee'a work if eopii • of any publiru*
turn you may make are »ent to the
oommittee.
s. lii
I
Feeling a**ure«I that you compre
hend the ini,M>rt«nee of this investi
gation, and «»king, therefor«', your a«
live aid, in Mich waya as yonr jstlg- j
meut dele rutin«-*, the coniiuillee leave» '
the matter will« you.
Cuminunicationa, pa,«era, rc,w)rt*,
map«, «He., may l>e add reaped : "U. 0.
Committee on Irrigation, (eare U. 8.
Geological Survey), Waaliingbm, I). C.
letter* «if inquiry may be directed
to Richard J. Hinton, Irrigation Ku
gineer, (cere Director U. K. Geological
Httrvey), YYavliingtou, D. C.
The »pccial committee oonai :U of !
the following Senator»:
Hon. Wm. M. Stewart, chairman.
1
,
Caraon, Nevada.
jj™
| Hon. F Hiacta k, Hyroeuae, N. Y'.
Hon. J. K. Jon«**, Washington. Ark.
fcif;*— K»
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in ;
Mountain llonir W. C. T. I'.
To Tub Bi uitdi:
TImi ladies of the W. C. T. U. of
Mountain Home rcMpiest the pub
; lishment of the following;
A Woman's Christian Temprunop
Union wsi fomuNl in Motintain II« mi«*
June 11th, by Mr*. Emma PowSmith,
<■ SÎ "cIÄ"«:«.
Cooper, Mn. M. J. Bearby, Mra. Lou
>•» Bell, Mra. Inei Phelpa' Hay*, Mr».
j M. C. Stull, Mi«* Minnie Ht till.
Officer* «d«H't«Hl to M-rve tbc fir*t
term : I'rc.idciil, Mr*, ('rotten,Ifti ;
i Vice President, Mr*. Xlull; Uecordiug
Secretary, Mr*. C«a>|*er ; C'orrwpond
ing Secretary, Minnie Stull; freaturrr,
Mr*. Haye*.
Thia Union ia auxiliary tn the Terri
btriul and National Union«. Thy ob ;
ject ia lo educate pttbliu M-ntiment up
to tlit* alandard ol Uital alwtinance, to
train the young, »ave the inebriate, 1
and *ecurc tlte legal prohibition an«l
complete baniclinient ol tiiu liquor
traffic.
a
all
up
of
ac
of
Any woman may become a member
ol tliia organization by »igning the
constitution pledging herself to do all
in her power for the advancement of
the temperance c.au»e and by the pay
nient of one dollar a yeur Into the
trvamiry, and aiguing tbc following
pledge :
I hereby *d«tunly promt*«. Cod helping me, to
ahetoin from »11 distilled, (rruv-ttiod and tu.« It liquor«.
Im ludinf »tac, Wer and eider a« a foteraf«, and !»•
t oiploy »II pro»«er hmam lo dticoanif« lh« um uf
and Uafllc in the «
Gentlemen may become honorary
member« by aiguing the pledge and
paying one dollar a year into tlic
treaatiry.
The badge ia a knot of narrow white
ribliou.
Tlie next meeting will lw held at
the residence of Mr*. Stull, Thursday,
July 4, at 7 p.m. All interested in
the work are invited.
Minnir Stci.l. Cor. Sec'y.
Blountaiu Home, June 22, 1881).
our
of
ln 8 : .... -, , « ■
«8«>;des«*rted hts Door wife and babe.
for will return, said balte will lick the
it 8tu, * in out of him.
other which is calculated to lessen
h- a man's chances t'f ever playing on
all « golden harp, it is the language
use«! by a tired traveler upon wak
ing up and finding that he has un
wBtingl v invaded the home of let.
, hundred million hungry bedrbttgs.
; In proportion to its population.
j Portland, Or., lead* the world for
is its number of (hid Fellows One
his out of every four of the citizens «.ver
twenty beltings to the order, lhe
.seven lodges of the city have a fund
of •149,610.74. The Unity is the
richest locige, with f »>4, 420 in the
treasury «
Eugene N. Robinson, a prominent
to mining operator in Nevada for
years, died in New York on the
15th instant,
(
1
;
An exchange contains the follow
If Totll JtmCH, who 20 Vttt6fft
If thera is one thing more than an
.
I
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Wisdom's
Robertine
I
.
'
-r«»B THE
Complexion.
\\
EIGHT & 1 'AYKE,
DRUGGISTS
»
*
Naturally follow. Every on« is using it
«d aU are d^tad w.ih i. Ask you,
£*&£ £ ° F
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0. f
r
Combines tbs Jolt* of the Blu« Figs of
CAlifomiA, to UzAtiv* and bsumi'.ih,
with th« medicinal virtue* of plants
known to b« most beneficial to th«
human
rECT
promptly on th«
DDBIS, M HID BOWELS
T tem. forming th« ON LY PER*
EM ED Y to act y«t
Cleans? tu» System Effectually,
-W WAT
PURE BLOOD.
REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Sam Fbasciko, Cal.
Kim Ymk. N. 1
REGULAR MEETING
i>r—
Elmore Co. Commissioners.
j en ,„f Elmore County will meet at the
'
Koc k y liar, on
MON DAY, JULY 8, lbb9.
,|,cni.
! Qv W. C. WtCK*«»H AH,
Deputy CU rk of Board.
The lb'»rd of County Coniniiwion
office of Auditor and Recorder, in
At 10 o'clock a. m., in regular ae»
M»n for the tranaaclmn of »itch buai
may pr«j,wily come before j
m m
John T. Gilman,
Clerk. ;
1
LumhAi' Down*
.
i'o ;
m
ü;
Rocky Bar & Atlanta
Sazv Mills.
of
Chexper Tim., tk* Cl„.»,„„ t .|
;
l H ' r "*•
;
up
to
1
Send in Order« lor Large or Small
LUMBER
DELIVERED AT ROCKY BAR:
I
Common Lumber, •15 jH?r M.
Clear Lumber« f'20 per M.
PrvMud and Matched, flO exlru
Shingle«, f5 00 per thouaaml.
MILLS NOW RUNNING.
Aniouut*.
all
of
the
The Little Palace
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
Ad Main« the Turner floua»
A J. Bill CE.
Proprietor.,
AU Kind of Hood
to
!»•
uf
KCVWCSt Gi^Rl'S.
tlic
at —CtlCKENHEIMER RYE WHISKEY—
in cve»*rT«h,n« tM rU.« (iiw
Liquors !\
- A Good Stock of —
FINE WHISKET8,
Speciiilly.
,
the
on
un
let. ;
Application for Letters of
for Administration,
Aar(kml ^ ... b>
r <«i«», »rii»i».to,* n* .»«aiir,.i:i
kMOl lo ath » » » tan Ihmtotil« Mm»
the --
the u ^ Moboi.y hmax m«ii »uh Um» i*rk ui ik» *b«.*e
n is iu>n4t orim«i that UobLv, ih« tth ot jui>,
' Za-t '
for ti n
the
»«»'I.
*1«
ram anil VfiltHBLE STORE
lias oj»ns«l »varictv »tore atljoihtfi* th« AHu
Hotel, »here hv »ill rrwiif ü*.II>
LEO SPANGLER
Fresh Vegetables,
Butter, Lgi's, Chiekeua,
an
An« I oail at ttffurr« »er C»*h.
Camlica, Nuta. Fnii»« of All Kinda. TtkuiiM, 4 1.» n*.
h««ai Ctarkvr«, Kt*.
Alan
I! «Key an«!
NOTICE I will
: ilnmi liar recnUrL
A'vnt^At U»w raiiw, Call at tuj #t *ra for ;aof1Kular»
a net wean
i«ry wi«k
UM. RAlUOlIN, Manager.
of Eh» '
la the Prolate C**
utatter of tha wUS uf Jam*» VI ri»s,
C**in»*t. In lh«
a*e»l
of Jan«»« Monts. c.«»*a*e»'. and fi*r the kautHt o*

wntor,
. _ » , . . « , _
ah |wr»*n«, ln»w.*wt«J in aai * e*ta»* aüd as |H»r
I r V^ t .. Uw -l" y**. "*?! y* .f ot,rt **
LZH.ZZ: it.»'« L IZ!**
aaaÄÄdirratctÄS
tiao-ntaiy ah*mhf not U tati«! th#r«na U« »al.j
' u«««tfv y. Moikot.r*. l\ |..ib! «wtD»n *.| mi* b ot lke
; for at l* aM tm da»# pr* *. »lid« to aaid aih day uf
i Jul>, I4H0. in th« r.Lw-.sK |ttu.«?tr«. » weekly
m*. .xMiuty
l*» A AC C» LP.
I'rohate Lin.uti 4 ount;.
aisdita
Ag4 It D further ordered th»» u the »v given
|h««enf by the' Jerk « 4 thia court awi difoctinf »ha*
0« R ('iisn.s. fieri»
I'Ale* 1 at Hocky Bar. Elinor* County, Main«. J'ii
JflRlftti
1 .. t,.. 1 -...tn ,.i Fi.,..., oui«,. M,».,,
Tr ritory In im matter ot the e-Lk cf i'.un k Co!
ita», «!icrae>l
I Noli«« is herthy fdvrn by the BUtadfsei adu ni
. i.trat'T «6 the t»uiv nt Pulrb-k t oll
th« «taMton of and »if nr»*- ttv ha* in
' the ».id tbtVMHl. t«i val.i -it I hr Ul, I«
Muaairv r ouu k iw , » if hot |««-.t u.
first |*nt-iDs*li«»n of Ui,« n «»ut, to 111
tiator at UwA) Uar, Idah *
l.dh. IN*»
Notice to (Creditors.
Ittims a«D»>M»l
}«.
» v■> :) «
list
■aid Mirai
JJM\ Coii.iv»,
A^m.i totiabM
Dated ILn-ky Bar, June i
» .1st pul* Jtl : *- « 1
. ». kl
G. D. GOLDEN,
-OK A UCK IN
*»B«lrc
I .„.Ir,
ullr™
1 Terrfuwv,
l'alrnt
Dry Goods emet Groceries
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Tobaccos,
Minlmr
scrfthMs)
Trt rilon
il.••
phi of
!
i m»
dec K
NK oor
i thsm,•
! tic« F
exterior
...nlli.-u
Hall«
nearest
Calf.
I
Mourrai»
t.earesl
data
; »«ring
CROCKERY)
HARDWARE,
QUEENSWARE, Etc.
D
Nofit
,|t r
! «J re»*
Milling
R
Territory.
Un»
twlna
nlat
magnetic
P«w-»;
«here
Si»
S «
Alm» Fresh Fruits of All Kinds, and
Nuts and Candies.
made
POST OFFICE BUILDING.
the
, ilea
! ,«• oiin
min
i
Th«
J ' H«H'on!i*r
j County,
Crown
j I
tain
days.
U.
ALTURAS HOTEL
in
; it he
ae»
j
! e*t
JOnX T. GIDKAX, Prop.
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TABLE BOARD.
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tlrr*.
. uuulv
Sllr.ln*
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; Win*
)dat
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!,.«>.:
SPLENDID
i'o ;
Rooms Nicely Furnished.
ü;
Stage for Mountain Home, the nearest point on the Oregon u.
Short Line, leaves the Hotel every morning at six
o'clock.
tu«
MU
j Sol.
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i Th«
! the
j
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1 <f*»i
d».v*.
Stage arrives daily at 7 p. in.
! cur
t .|
Small
Pains Taken for the Accommodation of Commercial Travelers
CENTRALLY LOCATED.

I
t der
Mr«»,
i
Appointments Complete and
exlru
Rates Satisfactory.
th*
Wit«»'
plat
___ _ ______ _
ROCKY BAR BREWERY
5
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j h .
I IS-.1
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n
H
XI,
, V»'»
en
JACOB ULRICH, PROP.
Brow» ilio Best of Home Beer,
From Pure Materials
j
!\
And sells at reasonable prices, iu quantities to suit,
;
»ml
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Wholesale and Retail.

of
*b«.*e
jui>,
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A NICE, PLEASANT BILLIARD HALL
! of
I thia
1
N«».
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tle
-
.hr
I
I out
Kun iu Connection witli the Brewery, where all will
Le Courteously Treated.
ELMORE HOTEL
1.» n*.
Alan
(Ntw Biuck Hotkl)—
an«!
i
(; orn CP Alt Hr US Rt. A Atlanta A VC
MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO.
1
law
ita
of
• » » ai A
Tina Hotel, having been just renovate.! and newly furniali«! thiMtigliout, <a
„f .
einoniie* oerj itaiun. oi a !
i
lh«
F. LUT AH AN, Prop.
o*
wntor,
■■ _ m ■ ■■_ _ j-.s-in-g-iw- n r> {
FIKST-CLASS and POPULAB HOSTELRY.
_ I mr
|H»r
** Ha* larg«*. and Wi ll V«'ntil,«ted Bleeping Kiroin* ; also large and Wc))-light«Hl ;
K-k.i,.* I,.r nen i-.l tr,.v, l« rs. The Dining Itoom i* first cluav
•»*««» •*»—««• *-«<» »<->■■* ^
»al.j tilg Ml IllC ut*}K)t
lke !
uf
Qtn. . -r
tan
ount;. ,
the
; H
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I Ltg
in
IDAHO at
67)
*«t
aisdita
given
»ha*
J'ii
JOHN MITCHELL'S
M,».,, Li oc i y and- à c@d fdfah)l(?,
Co! / 7
^
ni
■il«
AM» CITY HAY SCALES,
»Ot.\-T.UN UOMK,
a«D»>M»l
tr Keep« Constantly in Ueadi
BUGGY TEAMS & FIRST-CLASS SADDLE RIGGS.
Ssitltllc horn*, $2.50 per day.
purchased th« strove |«ro|» tty of G«0, W, Kllull, I solicit the |»ationsgt* pf
Jt*Hh Mrtrttxu.
:) «
list
Buggy tiam, !fô j«*r tlnv.
Ha«
*«»T fticii !• mud the |mhlic gem rally.
kl
M»unt.tiu »owe »ntlftin.
ELMORE COUNTY. __,
APPLICATION F.)R PATENT.
Notice No- *r
M ,t*» I »'P (bTt *•
. i»«!tß. April .*3. 10M**
•i«? UnM Ale»
n
*»B«lrc I. herein *l>«i «Jf» *—. _, _ ,
.„.Ir, PÎCilf.-r »ml dirai.:. W.-10-r. .b- f
ullr™ il Hmd-l H*r. Mhinr» 1
Terrfuwv, h** made a|t|.!i 'AUeli tor » 1 nlted Malw
l'alrnt lot the
OKNF'HA!. ORANT I.OPK
Minlmr i'.lm * oi.is In Elk <V»»k J*"'
scrfthMs) Minina ln«fri,'. Aluirw tmmtv. I„ah„
Trt rilon , «NxmUtivHr «t fifteen HtiwirH Hnomr m
il.•• liklf. »mi «tirt»>Ti irruuml i*lx hundred feut
4*? and d<K»orlb«d In (hei«UI notes and
phi of the ef!Mol survry on fllr in thl» nMK««. with
■tie variation «%• IS d'%f 4A ndn met. ** M
m» C» nttiteRitaff a! point of dtacmmr *h«r* ino
lot« ion win rrUinaily RO*mI. thence N 7a
dec K 3«) fee* center F end Une of da}«.
NK oor No. 2. then -«- H7.' « 1WJ ». ..
thsm,• IS de* K,,«. ft *W ,-or No. «.«I wmvM TS
tic« F IM*) ft HS eor No. I md place of betfnTi.nff.
exterior itoun.lari« » of d«»m otea ** *•*•"*'
...nlli.-u n.r akbl ml.,In.* ,-l»lm ttohw J"
th.oitl.vof II« Be-ordsr of «kl aijnlm[ «•»»*** •»
Hall« lo Allnras count#. Tc " . r> '., ,V\
nearest km,en kMiU.«. >>*.n< U» Ook-olHl«, Uokl.li
Calf. AlwMblsn and San Jom' lode*. , .
I direct that Uii* o. lit. tv yuWUhod In the
Mourrai» H.imc Hi u rn*. tha iiew^«,vr puMbdied
t.earesl the mid willing claim, lor ll.c yorlod of ni«t>
data
»«ring M No
The
No Ä,
Il O. H11.UMM, Rc„-i»Ur
D E. W.Mmn, AHnnwjr I« Chtoaslc
yin» pulilkvtlon April it.
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Notice No. Ï&7.
l'Mrrw» Statt* Lard Or»»m,
Hailey. Idaho, April £t. IW*0.
Nofit t Ia henbx ffiven that Kujfcnr Mson Alsxan
,|t r Hcifft r «mi Jf^eph rfriffer. oho** im^oflkTMl
«J re»* t< Kot-kr liar, Elmore (Vmntv, Idaho. ha%e
n for a I 'tilted States Patent forth«
POORMAN LODE
Milling claim, altuate in Elk «'r^k (formerlv »lard
R rabble> Mining IHstrlct, Alt-ims tN.untv. Idaho
Territory. ronaUtlr»K of !tft««n hundrad linear fe«» of
Un» |>tdc, ami surface ftound «*1* h*m«lred feet w Ule,
twlna 1/4 No 4 J . und deacrfh«d In the field n»'tes and
nlat of the clfl. ial rurvi*. on Hie in this office, with
magnetic varUthm at IR de«. ntia ea*t. as fol
P«w-»; OniiaietM'iiiK at ixdnt of «liwoffff of claim,
«here notice wm* originally poste>l, th«n**a N 83d«K
Si» min K IHÛ ft center east cud Une of claim, thence
S « de* 8» min E $00 ft KE corner No. 1, thence ?f «
No. l, the nee S HN dey
N<*. S. thi ne M « dejf 30
made appiuati
ilea SO min W «1 » (t S K
,«• oiin W 1M® fwl NW
min E OfiO lc«t t»W wr No. 4, 'hmm UN d«R E IfAJU
No. I simI jdat c of li«uinnii»K. »«tortor
boumlorkii .d cUIni art« 21» «dl aerrs. ue oantteU
Th« «aid t-Uim tM-inj^ of rtcord In the OÄce of the
H«H'on!i*r of ««id imuinir district at Hailey, in Attura*
County, Idaho llw noarwt known ((»cation« twin*
Crown Fblut, Crown Point B an»l <»j»hir lo«|«a.
I direct that this notice be pnhlUhed In thl Hvh n
tain ÜOMB Hi LLRtiN, the Bewipwer pf hHlfud i»««r
claim, f«»r the |*rriod of «ixt)
days. II.O. BILLINtIK, HejUter
U. E. Wah Iron Attorney for Ci ai «um» a.
Fini |HiliiU»tl4»n April 27.
it he
e*t the Staid Uttnitt :
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Nf.Uce No. m
I xitrd Btatk* Land Ornt »,
IIailbv, Idaho, April 2.1, 18H0.
Noth'*- ia berehv irlven th»*t Fu^rne liana AUxan
I dvr i'M*-r».„i Pf«r.««r. *1. »« p.-w»v»d ;
tlrr*. 1, Ik* kv liar. Kln„*v County, M»ho. h»', r 1
. uuulv »|.|di »tlon t»r » t'nltcd St«'.« ■'•taut tor the
CRI'WN POINT LOOK
Sllr.ln* rUim. attii»«-' tn Klk Crtvk tf.irme-ly llirrl !
j s««akU*) Minina l*l«tri i. Attnra« County. ItlaO»
Tfiritor«. v>tin* at fltbvn hundrr.1 linear t«»I ol [
«1«* l *ir, and ,'irtn.v *n>iin<l .lx Imn.lmd I«.« «Me. I
; Win* Lot No. nod .Iwrilnnl In «ho Held not*»
)dat at «lie . flietal «or«. » on «Io in Ihi« oHtw, vlth
i maguvUn ... rim ion m In •!«*. «5 min «n.«« «• lol
!,.«>.: «Voiniem ind nt « rant elwn dUo**ry no ]
N fil des K renter <
u.
tu« +00 o(vjinxllv t'ORted, the
MU of « latin Ow ft, »hrn« * K :t? deg E 300 ft 8K
j Sol. then«« N 90 <!*« W 01» ft NR l'or Na f, then«« j
i H M d«g 16U0 f» NW ror No. 3. then-* S .S» tk-g E !
ioi(i bW our No. 4, titan.'« N 61 (ltd K Ih* 4 » It SK
I |da* e of t«r»ilifning. 0Hn«y of «xtarior :
I lK»und«rl«M of « Udin nrra 2u mil a*-»««, do wnUMa
i Th« sal«l mining datai - * —— «
! the Itocordar of pai«l imiiuig t
j Altttra» County. Idaho. Th«
InHiBcr the «; encrai tiran*
I direvT that thW n«»ti « Im i»»»l*li-*hed In the Slorw*
. tain UttMS |D LLKIU, Uk«l stS>|W published
1 <f*»i the mud milling claim, for the j^rtal of
d».v*.
! cur -No
being of i«»'«»rd in the otSv« of
«Intriet at Hailey, In I
nearest known lo«» i
"
_ . rixty
H il HII.I.INOH, liei,i.;t«r. j
i>. E. Waldron, Aitom«> for Claimant«,
Fir-t puMicaiion April 27.
-

APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Null« « No. SnO.
t'MTBt* Statla Land «»rn.n,
IIaiLby, Idaho. April 23, 1KM».
Noflc** i* hrwflty given I hat E«»»» nr l.h»mi Alcxtui
t der Htiffar and J««rph ITclff. r, «hoar p^xtofll«« ad ■
Mr«», to lU. kv l »r. Liman Ctnmly, Maho, h»v,
i uo«J.»|,) Ik»' ion lor tlmwl Mat..' l^laM loMlw
. ...a. . ua.-r ,, .
CHOWN POINT 11. I.ODK [
Mninc claim «i'u»ic in Elk Creak (fwinaflv Hanl
Mbbhlr) Mining DUtrkt, Alt*»ra* Ooefitr, Idaho
Terntort. «> »ud»nng **f fVHccn hundred linear feat «,f j
th* Fowl, Aid atirta«-«' ground four hundred f«et »We,
Wit«»' l.ot No. 44 and «ieacrihed In the feid nota ami |
plat of the nth. Ial *urv«y
yartatl"" atlH«l*y «i aita. (at a* f«.llo»a: I
5 h 'i ïl* a^**ï*. Jix ? uu* K yV'if *** •
I w * l *t , 1 M ,k'" r N v
j h . 2 de» »% 4w it hr. ter No. 4. Un m e N «m «le*' ^
I IS-.1 tt »M ,,r N,'- t to J.U. «- of W»,«.ni.., .«. ri*»
Iw-HMlan*. .J »lato« «-»«alnto* «va rfllîtl «ta.
! , m «T T ' n .r "I - 1
n '* T" ^ r 'i
H .!««■>, In Aituro* O-untv. l iait«*. Th« nearrwt
;km*anhM*tD n hting Ban Jam, iWmaii. U|*tar j
XI, f. 4Mi.ru «.rxnl (..tv.
I «tir. *-« «h.' «b.» o 'ti'-p In j o Mi.l . d In th. M..' «
, V»'» tfiraatWIAanx, lh« f.»,liu|»r SublMloJ aoar
en U>. M.I mit.iui Claim, tor «hc |m( ,1 ,,l mx«y
. ... Il «• ItlI.I.IN,.*, Ke.-uter.
O. t. Mahlr *. Atk oraar tv « lahuwte.
t liât p,iMnaipm April il.
61« in this attr«, * tth '
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
Soft« So. S*4
Land on ten,
I nr*» sta
Haile y, AUuroa Louitty, Idaho,
April 13. 14*9.
Noth» in hereby xiven that Jacob Hrc»«r. ahnac
; pr**».fflce a«»Urvvi t- Kooky Har.CoMJitV of Elmore,
»ml Territory oi Idaho, lias mod« apphuation for a
l Dited States patent for the
L„ ,
^It'iat* In Hear freak Miuin« I »hit riet, Kluiore 'for
9«i7 acre*. Win ' l»*t N«*. 5", and doai rtbed in the
Ale in
! of 4
Belli I:*.|PAami put of the «»tli u.1 surt. f
I thia oMca, »ith migmtil varta*ioti al N. H 46
1 »limit*-«. «Mt. aafvll«)»*: IWlnuUNf a! N M corn«r
N«». I, thtrirt s «..-^ w ,i?«-(wt 8 M i-omor NoS.
' U'VT h Î v i" ' 2 5 '7™*' n ,k *• "TS
S* J„*» % J. ':z:.r N« ». 2 sn il *
tle h . 30 min M' 25.4» feet N W comer Nr. | ( -ui l pl**T
- y ??
.hr .m-a nt «, sÜ«i« « '«ft mintnJ do.HcV ml
I* «,«..».« «'..untv, lUmi... TtM- vim,««
I ui'n*!!.ii'*Or"' U>C i " ,i *r« nJt " c v -" J " H,U
I jiMM . Unu thl« „.,il_ he onh! ),_■ i. ih„ u .
H
I out the «aUmtahu «l .m. f .r Hte j>. i . I of nixt;.
data
H tl IIIU.IXOM. Le* tot*, r.
D. E. Waldron, Attorney for t'Uiiuaot.
Firwt pubUv-atiun April 30.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
Mott«« M... :mii.
i
I'Ninu« hiaisa Land Omcs,
HUUey. Idaho. 13. 1880.
1 Not;« e ia hen by plven tiial The U«»r Creek Hold
Mining: CoM| an.. a i^rporaiioti duly v»Ut>li«he«l by
law «# the ÜUU .»f New \ork M 6r»nk P. Ca«»nah,
ita attorney In fwH, wii *«rp wtoîli ^ addnw» i# Kocky
H«r, Kin« re lot.iti, l«iai*«t T«rrit rv hv* uiott an
civto.,» tut . —* 1 '
Situate in ti«ar Orrok utitun^ dWtrk-t. Klitnire «for
ttterlr Alunaa) f'otmty, Idaho ferrUon. < «ro-i.tio*.
of 6tt«f*-n himjresl lint *r feet <>f Uic l< «le on 1 «ur
face ground »«a huiMin-*! Irrt wi«Ie. beta« M Na. 6Ö,
A ***** 1
<a «h. iti «»i »ur.c> «n utoin o.,wtih m»«
iwtlc ranmlloe »t ,v lm .li.-rvi>. «.« m;i.u'r. n-t, v
! Mb»»: lk.-,n,i.i W .1 .« ui..,.,,,, .i,.„ m ,
i U»e of ItMatioti
MOUNTAIN GOAT MINING CLAIM

nrtg.iialh p*-*tvL th« nee h 3H
{ W M0 fctA h W i-oruer Mo. 1, Ibout» N 38 ûm. L
I mr No 4. then«« H 78 dvsr W & W umher No. 1 and
pta.« *>f hewinniuj #«ir*>v of «it «rin? toaindiri««
; »k*av» «artMcr N.,"i ontj jss h u.n a n a»« ss
»Ä"aTkÄ!i o!
i"kääs
Survey 7.to *1, «hi 1» ta more fully da»riU«i as to
! met«« and Utun.l# » y ihr om.mi plat h«r*t«uh
|s«sli>d uiui hy tlte ftrt.l u-»tca ol survey lier**«!
rti«*l In Ihr «>:h«««of the K« gtaler «I the dialrL. _
tan ia subject tu «al« at u« c <l «lia» ■ m a* n* «hkh
itahl note* of survey (k»nlv the Umndartea and ex
, tent of mu*I datai on Um surfat- with iiuurnitP va
nathui at N I n deg 46 min east, a# folta»., tu wit
itottniunx *« Ui- N E n»m«r Sa t. »! «hteknotut
the »»«tin* of tocwti.«i «r*« i»«„t,.i Uu n •« N 84 it«'*,
; H 276 feel N K lor»,«. X„. t, U,®ute Bit «I«* 82
Uli«. L 6*8# feet H H eoriMr No. b, u, t n«. N »4 d^f
». 2UU fe«ft H K com« No 4, We« -e N 8 deg W 6Ä
feet N I. e o m a r N*» l, tànd pbeo .»f Ite^tnoin:* ot
Mirv«yof tUfii-r UmiHtou. M « Uin* arwa «wuiûdn
728 *4 re*. 0» M.ttfl,, u »hc roid mm
I Ltg dotal jumI und site Mining dotai »« ins of
in Utc ultteenf the He*x»rdkr ut sut-1 minmu dtotrk-i
at Hail* y , in Alturoa ( ount«,, Idaho '»!«• uexrasl
known tamltans Uing «1.« irHtai«m*on« 1 Lot ho.
67) and Ail nr»# lode, tm* ir»<<vad. on th« «eat.
I dirwS »Ilot Dits nota*» 1» ( >•!.died Li the Mots
TAIA IIomn Hl LI.8ÎI.V. W* i»« w»| U ;» r iM.i>l««hvd near
*«t tbesakl niimtig c«*iut on* t..*u «iu claim tor the
|#erio*i ot siaty da »
7
■ t
■il« an
pf
II O. Htttifw a. Rc^iftcr.
D. F ITalwi*«, Attonwv f«u < tot-niut
H.»% MiOi
y
Mnntjg ß. GwilUl.
'
Kur the Celebrated
MOLIN E
Tubular ami Steel Skein
WAGONS
And Buggies.
The fanions John IV«r Plows,
Harrows, ltukes, Mowers.
Abo tmny » Tull 1.1 n. o I
Hardware, Hardwood, Barb Wire,
IRON and STEEL.
The Larg«t «took of
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Notions,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
«
30
Ladies' Trimmed and Untriui
med Iiata,
On the Short Line, at GRKATLY
REDUCED I'RICEH.
Caldwell - - • Idaho.
(giKV<n*or to J M lla«»r)
MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO.
—Dealer in—
n
CHOICE
Crocer les.
OF ALL KINDS.
<
STOVES.
; Cooking, Coal and Wood Heating
r 1
the
!
ol [
I
vlth
lol
no ]
<
Stove*.
CROCKERY
and Glassware.
Commission and
Storage Business
j
E !
SK
:
Mountain Home, Nov. 20, 1888.
of
In I
lo«» i
"—Idaho Stage Co.,
rixty
j
O. J. SALISBURY, Prop.,
-
Mountain Home, Pine Crove and
Rocky Bar.
. r AKK, EACH WAV, «10.00.
Corri«* Pot lflc F.xprwM at Lowaat Rain.
ad ■ __ „ . . _ _ -
h»v, la»». Mountain llom* »t 0». a. Itoily, .KtopOnr
»Mint»« arriva at Rook, B«.« 0 r. raa> «toy.
I*«»v« Rocky liar at « A. M. fhdly, WiBBt Sunday,
[ ami wriu at Moiinlaln I loin« at Cr. M.
Hanl
Idaho
«,f j
»We,
ami |
I KoII.» I. hcrvhv B l«m that tb* foll,..in Knun «d
*** • Ittal»», t n July 15. 1^80. r-.t: A*el T. HaW«, »ho
«»rd t*re. Ü. ». 3737 for Ui« NE 1-4 N W t-4 8»c. 16,
^ Tt> 4 H K f F
ri*» ,|. u», l,.|l„.tnr . llno_ ta pro», ht. «m
«ta. upoo an» aatUrattoaU .aid Ur-»
,U: « Kwi >—»»«>•! a. moahul *,
'i SViut and CafUr » IMwanto, ail o» Ulaan'a
nearrwt p rrr% | t tqhq
U|*tar j Any perwt.n who d^ir«« lo proie* «gain* th« aj
Uoraiue «* wich prof, or who know, of any Mb.
« Mtotéal mm, un,1er Ih» l.w and tl.e r«wulattoa, ot
aoar lllt |„,.rior lw;«mnrnt. wht «u.h proof Moula no»
mx«y lw .„„.„P wm u ^„ n „ opportunity at th, abort
me«.«t.'nol tinte xn.1 ptoe. «o trom-aiauilira Ihr art«.
n,-e.of »kl «Ulu.ant, mul lo off«, ..ktoao. la n
boiul ol that MbudUwl by rlataiaat
lUauu PaQa*.
NOT l(i' FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Orr um at Boisa Cm. Idaiki,
May 9». 1*90.
tth '
Dissolution otioe.
Nrdlc* I* hereby firm that the eo pattnerahtp
• hereiufnre exietinf l**tw«*n 8. 1 Kincaid and E. B.
ahnac H««<1 baa U-en diaaolviW by mutual eonaent. 8. T.
Elmore, j KimaH retina« May 22, IHM». IL B. K«»l will
for a ' tinue the bu«inn» at th« old »tand. Mountain Home,
1 and »ill p«> all tlebu of ÜK Arm. All parties know
.tk »,'Ä i
'for r*diect the maw h T Kincaid
B - • '
the
in
46 *
corn«r 4.» rVuilifnro
NoS. IyOuCC lO viBIIllOrfl.
"TS *" ,h ' own * a«««*» Owir ,Wk»
il * ki,"'*' °* ,h * -«• »• wu "*"
pl**T * ' w* tb* iiislantomvl mA.
?? min«« r.«.,, ol U. ] -Ut. nt Will*» UoUMoftkr,
ml ^.KTuÜrïî
vim,«« < ^g! «■??■**** **" ■»■««■■'I >*..MhM tSwi «»
H,U n.nut It, ,ft,r the IM pSlwtt«* ol Uto »nllc. lo
. lhe **i«t a<lnilnt.tr»tor at hi. him.-, nt htMIKM. In
ÄÄ 7 » kSZZ T.toS.o oB ''' " "■ v
nixt;. ****• Ho«.ky Bar. Idaho.
Mot «tain IfaNR. Idaho, May St, 1|89.
J H. Mituw,
PitMir A«*niiMl«irator and Adui'r of bakl total#
Hated Mountain Hör-., Jan« L INK
Mriî publication Juna 16— »4.
r.
Notice of Forfeiture.
Hold
by
HOLDEN HAK
Kocky ^ _. _
an i«oif in bjm (T<«k uiinintf d tot riet . F, more owwtr,
1 ' ä sbxistj fiL«s
ht at u tea of the L'nited Ht*t«», Iwing the amnunl ra
«for- <|ulrol to hohl the same for th« year« 1*48, )M7, and
l» Ä,, Ytwir «haroof roid »m p — i ii t»r« jq jfp, awdty
«ur «It!.»« ninety days from the «mu'« of thia notice hy
6Ö, P»** »• »U«n )o« fail or refuse to contribute your pro
" e«)>onditur« as rcowmr, your la
m»«- >'»«*«• I« «»fi« «nu h«»«, th* pn>««r«x o «t«
v »'«h« rtUr ui.Jvr „kl «vliuo a««
m ,
To Charta« htatay, hi« heir« and aatlfti«:
> ou are biT»by noUftal that »• ha* • espeoded
6300.00 in labor oikI inipro»r--
GKO WINDER.
G. D. GULDEN
h 3H
ûm. L \
_
and
ss _
o!
iJSSTSSSSSTittB«
as to ; nr«»*
h«r*t«uh 1887
_ ,
«hkh 1 txM,r mining daim . #itus4rd in Bear Creek Minim*
ex- In Klmors (formerly Alturas) eounty, Idaho
va ! Territory, for lh« purpose of performing tk« annual
wit i Utoof , »Baroon fur the
■ f"" .'T*':"'^ . -
it«'*, lh# l ™t" IMAto*. th« «am« being *x)«n<ilture« n
82 ^»«Iwtil upon said pnmerty for the year« "
d^f ** 8i " *® Mw 3!«t day of l>nvtinier. ltata, 1 bat your
W 6Ä l* ro l K ' rtk '* l *»« •*»»♦ for the y««r ltt»6 ta 0v« bun
ot ** r ^; »nd forty «»tn twelve hundred and forty-m*
«wuiûdn f'ns ilienad, amouutlug to the «uni of fort» Ihre«
mm duilars und eighty-two .'elite (*4A «»>; and for the
*££ (S* n*" 1 hundrml «nd flft >
dtotrk-i *' ,, fn t Wsm huadrsdth# thereof, autouitiing for said
uexrasl Ihr«# years to Ute Mim jf on« hundred and thirty*
ho. d«itar». and fori vats cente (013148). and If
; ®taet| (hi, from the sertie« of this notice, or
Mots '•'•bin ni»«4y tats slier tlm mu k» by publication
near *dl or t efu « to 0.-11 trUnite >.»ur
the «Apwwttttf«, your inter«* iu _
* * « an« th« M . «d th* un.ierw^ntxl, under th«
, pro* tsbms of aertlon 2324 of the lUviteri PtetUtte of
the » ulUd states
Dated Rocky Bar, .Tun« 4, 18*0.
First putilicattast June 8 n*3
Notice t»f Forfeiture.
• MnvntA
and I vVi upon th«
ADA ELMORE
year« mentioned, under the
2324 of Ul« Re tard MiatUt«« i f
•n of
r prt*i»*» id
» aid i hum
w ill
( DABI LA LUCRIlAin
1 U vt pb^katlan Jiiia

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