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AMOTHEII SBMtllMS l»W'»Hrt;
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Another gins! land decision has r
been rendered at Washinton. It
was the ease of Johannes Frederick , 1
versus Fred Honselin, on appeal
front the decision of the local landj
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office at Uensnn. Minnesota.
The decision ap|tcnlcd on holds
that Honselin failed to comply with
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the letter of the homestead law in |
that he did not establish actual
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months after entry, only digging a ,
cellar and building a foundation,
The entry was accordingly can- j
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Rocky Bar, Oct. 19, 1889.
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residence upon the lnnd within six
.„j a „vi... „f a.
finds that Hmiselin, who was ft I
poor man, was getting along as rap
idly with the improvement of the
land and construction of his house
as jroesihle.
The commissioner adds that the
six months rule is not to !>e insisted
Commissioner Groff overrules this
upon where the entrvuian's good ,
faith toward the government is suf
®
firiently shown or where his arts are
not inconsistent with an honest
purpose to comply with the law.
He sees no had fuith in this case.
The decision is regarded ns im
portant as indicating the policy of
the General Land Office with re*
speet to this class of claims.
A BENSlin.F. Ht CJUEHTION.
A State contcm|Kirary suggests
that the people of the Silver States
and Territories assemble in mass
i i i i .
meetings and pledge themselves to
support no political party that does
not muke remonetization of silver
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one ot its principles. It is a scnsi
ble suggestion. The silver men
have apjtealed unsuccessfully to
the sense of justice of the ruling
politicians Ht Washington, now lot
them aptwal to their fears. Ut
.. w, x i ^ *1 i •„!„ a;
the men who shape the legislation
of the country Im made to^ under
ëtand that the people of the went
are in earnest, and that the silver
question is of as vital importance to
them as the iron question is to the
jieople of Pennsylvania. It is the
only wav in which we can obtain
such recognition of our claims as
will result in any practical Ihm.c
fit through the channel of National
legislation.
The greatest danger threatening,,
8 tat<*hiHxi hen* at home, sayf» the
Idaho Newa, is front the nutnifent
indifference on the part of the peo
pie, and their lack of enthuaiaain
and want of interest in its cause .
If the people reallv want Statehood
they should catch inspiration from
j. ' • i i a ii
its pronnied advantages and. 1 *™*-•
h,H a,u l B***' tol ,,, P , ! v
t'ongress with a kindred leeling in
its liehalf. A alow pokey, lagging
march to auch a goal will not kin
die any enthupiawm at Washington .
What we have to do in the premises
let us do with all our might. If we
real I v desire Statehood under the
J \ *• * i x ... ak»..„
projHSM^l constitution let us throw
off our lethargy and work for * 1
witli a will.
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Some men try advertising ab
Indian tried feathers He took one
feather, laid it on the hoard and.
slept on it all nigh. In the morn
ing he remarked: ''White man
sav feathers heap soft; white man
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Advice ro Mol liera.
Mss. Winsujw s SooTtiixo Hvstrr,
for children teething, i- the preamp
tion of one of the m*wl luiuuie nur**»**
. . ■ „ • i
i' ,hy Z\ .d h .L e!rs w ,'h
mu ia* >«tii *
never* fmiina succMi hy iiiiiIioiip of
mothers for then children. During
the process of teething it* value is in
calculable. It relieve, the child from
pain, cure, dysentery and d..m !,.* *,
griping in the la.wels and wni.l c.Lc
Bv giving n«*mtn to the cliilu it reili
*:* * .. 4> r ^ . . .
the mother. Trice 2 .h\ a houle.
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For «al».
A dry-washing gold-saving machine
New aud tu guud order. Apply to
Jacoii I'l.HtCH,
Kucky Bar.
August 24, 1H89—tf.
An A|*|m*hI for What I*» Due.
All ikthuiii* iudcbUHl to (Wy, II « *1
IaikI à 811100 t arc curmMly r(*qiic»U 4 «!
to ciiint* forwmd and * 1 * 111 © imm©di*
atety. Owing to our recent in Infor
tune in losing our mill hy lire, we must
have what is due us in order to
now
rebuild. Casky, Hollanu à Smoot.
July 17. 1 m<9.
Htrajed.
From Rocky Bar about September
15, 1889, one hay bald-faced mare and
bay colt. Mare branded on left still«
with two straight bars and a cross and
two straight !>»r* on U*ft shoulder. I
will pay 45.00 for Ihe return of tin
and coltto Elbe»'* stable. Rocky
(Ibo. W. Wilson.
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Charles Bray having sold out all
his right, title and interest in the
Henry Clav, Summit and Bray mines,
in Bear Creek mining district. I am
not a partner of said Bray any longer,
Bray left the country without settling
with me. John Shieids.
Bsr Fspt. 14 l" c r* -4
marc
Bar.
Nolle©.

cominentH on
Senator StewartV
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THK STKWtHT MINIM. 1111.1..
A correspondent writing front
Glendale, Montana, to the Mining ami
Scientific l're»* of San Francisco
nmk*H the following
llmt portion of
1 mining l»ill whirl» relate»» to
tentative work on mining
' relocating of said claims. This cor
r ,.g| M »ndent makes .. very grssl
points, which ar< worthy of »ttcu
1 tion :
" ,ar,U « »t«- «l. v. of the mining
1 resources of the country as that which j
the »'presenting
r l*'; 'ent th. forfeit j
I nre of Ins own rights. It is a | oor |
| | uW that eomfiels a man to lalsrr in;
the interest of one who will not labor,
for hints. If.
. For instance, when James Faithful,
, ivte Doolittle, and Ihll lhlk la-cam.
ci«-owners in a mining claim,
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hmtlitul Ik not oulv lmp* ful of »uccems j
I hut a hurt! workrr l**»idfa.
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There is no law in existence that ro
compels the homst prospector to do;
of worthless etc
ltd)
.
Ho lie sav. to himself : "1 11 just let {
«wisest ctL'tsrrr 1
I worthier* they muy udvertisc
me Olli ;
.ad lake it for tli«*»r Julius; hut if they
m.tre . lie ky strike Fll then have no
difficulty in rustling up the "stuff" to
pilv my |Kiit:on, nod claim my share
of I lie ore ns wi U mn to retain my tu
lerest in the l*nmz>."
As to Pete DollUle lie intemlit to
lu-lp develop the claim, hut Would u
, tt*»**I dial rather hung around the
h™. to play cards and drink rotgut;!
!i<*nc«*, aftt r ii ft w vuiu t'Hurt* at nome
thing that worries him a little he
start«off iu ill humor, curses hi. luck,!
j and gi t* on another spree.
Now James Faithful, who, if so
owner, or if agreeable to eo-owners,
FM*
»mild have worked z--ab.u.ly to de-;
of ( w „ wr th-n ,,!• the slave of
; worthies* co-owners, reluctantly abun
«Ions the eluini, which is subsequently
jutiqn'd hy Jack Hharp, who is a
gandder by profession, and novel pros
ectcd an hour in his life, hut is al
wavs on the lookout to speculate on
I the labor* of others.
The important question now is'
a better
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''«'by tin! Jack Sharp bar
i right to relocate that claim than
to Faithful?" 1 say most cm
phatically—whin a cicowner diat the
bill riprisintmg of a mining claim, hi
. is more itiBtly inlitled to all of it than
j ( t trungir would !«.• were all the cte
• owner* to ahumlou it. The stranger
to do«* not have to advertise. And a
man should not he put to unreason
"M* expense to Advertise his co
I owoers h.r any length of time
I/fl Inin |H»bt n notice ul r» I<H'«lion
O0 cUi ,' i|t „ l . ull , | „, u „ ui p U c
■ nd ,„ id noti ,.,. w.un,,
A re« 4 Miiml»le lime. Mini it any c*
„et* unjustly in this, let him be prose
to cuted for attempting to receive value
, under false pretense, or on some olhe,
chargea as tin law may prescribe,
: The alatve Illustration «h«-* not
as »Jt»w all the evil etlccta. Presuming
Jhst J*<»«« F*''ldul conclude* to ja-r-!
,orn ' "" tho —'
turner
acquire
title to all the claim hy advertising
out his co-owuers, lie will cease d,
j velopinent just »* soon as the limit
t>erfor>ned
;*
threatening,, J ,, y , rtW il( _
Moreover, he m«y tlo "cl**ad work"
rather thnn to ex|inae any braly uf ore
that lie is lid to bilu ve exists oil the
! claim.
. 1 Thus year after year roll* by, le»v
mg the country undeveloped, und to.
1 "»« , *« 1 • i;r»*peeU.r can know what
i (*u rut* BUt'li a law is. K»-i*artliiic Hit*
„. Wi( ,i, l( . w , U o not con
v j abler it just to prevent any pro*|wctor
in trun, relenting a claim which lie
; formerly oceupird.
lie nmy Imve c{M*nt y*»Hrn of privd*
. 1 tion «ml hanUlup, mid tiimlly through
force of circumstance* aided hy dis
we | couragimint, he abandons the claim
»"d »Um», in .ulanqucntyiar. to
ttud it liA( been |ootU*ii «ml nUandonetl
- n (|w int „ vi . uing tinM> bv other
* 1 , parties ; und now, when greater ex
perieuca and mere means would eu
! abk kun tt> develop il, Ui« Lw pr©
j wait l»i» acUt>n, ihn*» forcing the)
| gr „ ll0 a to Ue idle indefinitely and j.re
and. venting su honest prraqaetor from
reaping the reward* ot his early labor,
Or, in another caae, the former oe
eu joint returns to lind a ix.rtion of
i tbo cUlnt occupied. He does not)
to relocate to adjust In* lines to
>'*' P» '<'«t •'itliatimi. so it ts left u.i
u « ,wd wr falls into the banda of
" ^ ^ we ,,, oul(| one t „
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rt «luire $100 w»»rth of improvimenu
,'h u» b* mad- for the lits, yea! where the
* lofMti«m in math- on mi ol»l discovery
of
"f. win, l. the Water* wem not the
in- ;•"*'»"> d '*' 1 '* v ^ r "- ' ""d
Watn.n* as shall he mad.- with,., tS)
*, )»"' ''»l»™""" ri i* rt
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Sha in* front It kuî iin: ami hohliug t.ld
, .. 1 . , .
< introverti** for i , peruiHln»n, trusting to
j the lnhor of i it hers tu upon up the
■ district anil utiliaui'c the value uf uu
) dcVclo|H d claims.
A Montana livr, which says that
j "the relocating of a milling claim hy
its occu|«ints di«'s not exeempt the
(same from the an.inil • x|H'tiditure,
hut such nitl*t he |M!rf«>nned just Ihe
*1- ^init* a* ii it Lui n«'t r* i|,
«! h\U all r«* 4 pnn*iiM*iiti« t«* prcvi lit fr.uitl
in cn*©* w*i»*rt* |»roa|»rct«»r* jiiiit)» 1 I 1 « ir
, own claims to avuij doing the o**c*r
ment work,
to
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Il Im StraiMlK llu*int»*«.
Every line in a newspaper coats
I something. If 1 1» i •» is for the benefit
...
of un individual firm it should hi
lf a grocer were asked to
paid for.
donate groceries to persons ahund
n(lt , v a)(]e v f„ r them, he
I ! , * nu ♦ w r
would refuse I he proprietor ol a
newspaper must pay lor free ad
vertising if the beneficiary does
j not, and yet it is one of the tardiest
things to be learned by many j>eo
n] e that a newspaper has space
its columns to rent, and must rent
it to live. To give away or rent lor
anything less than hvmg rates
would 1* as certainly fatal as for a
landlord to furnish houses rent free.
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f O*r.,:ratl(n- 25rrr.-r.rh.
Ml
Homo of the eastern Republicans
are becoming very "shaky" on the
tariff question. They no longer
declare for no sacrifice of any part
of the protective system, as they
,|i,| laut year. In the Massachw-!
setts State Convention they "suje i
port a thorough and equitable re
vision of the tariff, so as to adapt j
the protection which it affords to
the changed b siness conditions af-;
■ fwting New England industries in
i common with those of the rest of
the country." How lieautifully defi
nite and specific this is.
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Grand Dedicalion Ball.
. Ummuin Hem« l**Ute, No 10. XmintAia H
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Idaho, «ritt tiedt<-at* their nr» hall
Wednesday rfternoon, Oct. 23.
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will be public, folio» «.I hj *
Grand Rail in the Evening
No expense will be spared to make
tins the grandest affair of
the seasoa.
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u ' \ Cordial Invitation is F.Al^n ltii to all,
In the Tarrttoo
TICKKT. .'liMim-tg Kffntl«maa and ladla« 9*AO.
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BOISE CITY, IDAHO.
;* Con« by the Sisters of:
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OCTOBER Ißt, 1889,!
lie
Hie Holy Cross.
y for Boar.Um an<l Day Scholar« «rill
he o|scn*d
An Arndt
The Kugtkh o«*urM uieluti«« all tb« brooch«« for i
w r *t ti*«»aiut«unn
dis
TW.«*b
to
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Instrumental Music.
Hsu and Harmony recette epccal at
tanltoa.
i linear Drawing. Central Feral and
Heedlewerk Farm no Extra I karge.
eu- j For Iurl i, er particular address as
Ä i M(Te • ornl4w5
the) _L
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of
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FINE BILLIARD AND POOL
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bituras 0al°°n
Adjoltnaf Altaraa Hute!,
CY. Y. SMITH, Proprietor.
TABLES.
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The Best Wine«, Liijuors and
Cigar« in Idaho Territory, j
Dit INKS ItJ »nJ u tun
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JLmnbki* Down.
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ASEY
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Rocky Bar & Atlanta
Saw Mills.
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to
LUMBER
Che« [HT Than the ('lirapeat.
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in 0rJfr|1 for l>srgc or SmijII
Am-ur.l.
DEir/ERED AT ROCKT BAR:
Comm*»»» LiimWr, $15 |M*r M.
Clear Lumln-r. $20 |»*"r M.
I>rt*NM»d and Matched, $10 extra
8hing!(*(i r $.5 00 |*4-r ilit»UF*4nd
MILLS NOW RUNNING.
G. D. GOLDEN
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-DEALER 15
Dry Goods ana Groceries
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Tobaccos,
HARDWARE,
CROCKERY,
QUEENSWARE, Rio.
Also Freah Fruits *f All Kinds, and
Nuts and Candies.
POST OFFICE BUILDING.
ALTURAS HOTEL,
*OHX Y. QILIKAXr Prop.
SPLENDID TABLE BOARD*.
Rooms Nicaly Furnished.
Stage for Mountaiu Home, the nearest point on the Oregon
Short Line, leaven the Hotel every morning at six
o'clock. Stage arrive« daily at 7 p. m.
Pains Taken for the Accommodation of Commercial Travelers.
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CENTRALLY LOCATED.
Appointment« Complete and
Rates Satisfactory
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ROCKY BAR BREWERY
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JACOB ULRICH, PROP.
Brew« tlt« Beit «I Homo Boor,
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From Pure Materials
And sells at reasonable prices, in tjuantities to suit,
Wholesale and Hetail.
A NICE, PLEASANT BILLIARD HALL
Run in Connection with the Brewery, where all will
be Courteously Treated.
ELMORE HOTEL
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—(Nsw Bkick Hotsi.)—
Copngp Alt nr as* Nfc. A Atlanta Ato.
MOUNTAIN HOME. IDAHO.
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P. LIN AH AN, Prop.
. This Hotel, having lieetl just renovated and n**wlv furnished throughout
eoihruc«« every feature of a
FIRST-CLASS and POPULAR HOSTELRY.
Ha* large, and Well ventilated Hleeping Rooms; also large and well-lighted
Sample Room* lor Commercial traveler». The Dining Komn is first * las,
in every appoiutuiwut. A*k forClerk of the Kliuore when arriv
ing at the dejHit
JOHN MITCKSLL'S
Livery and Feed Stable.
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BUGGY TEAMS & FIRST -CLASS SADDLE RIGGS.
B«1^- ♦••««** !*«• - v • He Ihu .-: , Ï 2.50 per «lay.
Having porch««.! th* alw-vs pro,arty of G.u. W. KU..1 . I .. th* pstroDaga of
Jw> Wivwwsu.
AND CITY IIAY 80 ALKS.
OU.VTAIX HoMC,
K*et* Ct ntat flv <n
•«> frl' n lr nifl Fh« public $»u«Ti>l|y.
rem at warn mi H
LEO SPANGLER
*» t*.* Ait Ufa*
Hal •Reived a urirtt
alter« h* *«il tmefve UstlJ
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Fresh Vegetables,
Butter, Egrga, Chickeu», I
Ard ««il it (.<•*«•« h/jrm 1er Cuh
Candi««. 5 l* 4 Finite »•? Ail X.»»V Tobacco«. Ct^ora,
K«nI Othcàtr», lie.
AUo
■awM -Dei
NOTICE- I «ill mn « wt-a.-e h*t»
Rreky Mar ravuUrtv «very neck ami i « *«« !
M *VI *! ; H f.-f , '
g«r* «I luw
WM. RABJ01IN, Manager
ROCKY BAR
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MEAT MARKET
Ethel! I VanSchaick, Prop's.
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Fresh, Tender & Juicy
BEEF,
PORK,
MUTTOfll,
Kept won.Uiidly on baud.
SAUSAGE, ALL KINDS.
The Little Palace
MOCNTAIaS HOME. IDAHO.
▲dMnind the Turner Ho t*«
A. J «RI CE.
Propr1«tor.
All Kind et <Aoe4
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Liquors /
Key west Cigais.
—A Good Mock ot
TFIKTE WHI8KEY8,
-CUCKENHEIMER RYE WHISKEY
Specialty.
fdT Krerrtblrtg tni-cU« Give m« a rqT
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Montie B. Gwinn
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HtUlNCVSTKRS
For the Celebrated
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^ ^ Li I N E
Tubular aud Hteel Skein
\a# a f \ k i o
WAG UNb
And Busrgies.
Th. famous. John Deer Plows,
Harrows, Kake«, Mower*.
! Al« .*rr, a lull Isa. ot !
Hardware, Hardwood, Barb Wire,
IRON and LTEEL.
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The Larf«wt Stock of
Dry G °G?oceries
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Notions,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
W ™
ÄRn AHflPQ
□ UUld allU OllUCb,
Ladies' Trimmed and Untrim
med Hats, ,
! On the Short Line, at GREATLY
RKDÜCKI) PRICES.
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Down it Lobs!
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(ioch! common Lumber at $17
CORREY'S
SAY/ MILL
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Ilelivers
per thousand feet.
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Good clenr Lumber at $22
thousand jfeet.
Shingles at $5.50 per M.
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N»nd nrd»ra n> u>» will. ,»n* alln nl«»« ton or
Rolf S AT (V'MBKY. n<tul«lnr
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OF KICK OK
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raB on
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S. H. MC ARTY
in Kunkjr ilnr.
Jnl«l
Rock Bar and Mount in Home
Telegraph and Telephone Co.
H'* KI nui. lliAllo TtSHITIIKV.
I Notlm is hath! '-i»».i , », , r
rvtnn hew »h« «»h «»v f
turnt *»f »«*ttv « |vr «harr wo« Lvtr.l
F? M, T k '* 'L ,e * n. U.
u . I k k * r r ' *'* , f ' *»«!*»%»• ••, af Msm. 4»»
> r a '*lw' N, 'V* , "" r l * *'■*** A, *> * k ** u»»*>n
PiiÜTr tv r ' uniwl on th«
if N*»\ I.MIJ» u, IH*#* «itM,« •s«li» ( |»i«tti.
and adv«Ttl«wi (M ..j. ti n, an I ui,li-*a
of " 7llLl of IS.-vrtnr,
„ ,, M ,, T ^ ' <r saiTH. lunup i
H enr y Swanhoim
Tic riiidtr UrrcJMWt, IhWcf la
n RY Qoous
FANCY GOODS.
Grocer i*a aud Notions,
Tobacco« aud Cigars,
Huts and Capa,
Boots and Shoes.
Geiit*' Furnishing Goods,
Crockery,
G law ware.
Canned Fruit » T
Miner«' Supplies,
! Agent of the Safety Nytro
Powder Co. of California.
Win*« and Liquors Wholesale and
Retail
Idaho Stage Co.,
O. J. SALISBURY, frop ,
Mountain Home. Pine Qrov* and
Rocky Bar.
FARE, BACH WAV, tl" m
euriH PftriAv Ekptmm «I U«Mt
Let«« MmintiiN B«xu« li I i. M. I%l*y. •»«'Fkif
ffnml«*. arrive al R«ehy Bar at • P. V
U»n Rocky Mar at C a w. Dally, ttwyt Huntley
ktd arrive et Mountain H
at • r M
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
K*4ic« Ko «»
Cvirsn Sr .tv. U.»» Osin.
bar ». IM>
lUiunr, Idaho. h> pi
N'otlr« I« hereby *i»«n that the Kau Crttk tioH •
Mintnic Compary. a duly •atahbahed by
law r 1 the H*»te of Sew York, by Krank P Cavaiiah.
It* attorney in tmrt, who** pestofhe«
K«. ky twr. Mm<wrr rounfy. Idaho, ha*
c*lurt for « Knltod Httin«* l *Unt for Um
LAURA JACKRON
I,« d« ntlnlnf rtoim, ktiul»! In Rc«f Creek Mini»**
hMrtii. KIhw* counlr (formerly Alrur*« emmtr),
Idaho Territory, ct'iuWinr of ttfletn hundred lirvwar
I# et of Ui« Unie, amt turf»« jrround »I* humlrtwl
f.etvn i*. Wig l^*t N«. 68 , and dmrlbrd in Um
fielt» n <te* atxl plot of th« «•ftU *«l mm «y on flh> »•»
tin« <>rti r. with iiwiRslit vikiution at li tkfrttn d
miaut*« eu«t. a* foIU«««:
Hecinning ot point of
; IiHaU-ki «si mrtûi, fh«»<• $ «3 deg b0 nun W in«
!■*«« c« Mtrr of W and of claim, th*ne« « Si d«* **
• min « 300 feet to 8 * corner No. 1. thence N tt dee
Wmtn K fifift fret U>NW .«wmf No. t, thane« 8 74
d«f 60 min E luiO f««t
NE «'on»«r No >. lhm > 9
»6 lieg 3 < mm H duu f««| to corner No.
, 73 Ucg hO min W 10.0 fact to «W corner No 1 aed
11 v uf »«azitmlBE aurv«r of axtarlor hanndarl— cf
't here or« no ntblkcU, ConUlgi)i|
From NW com«r No. f, r
II No. I. Br*r Croak Mining lHatrlgt baa«« 8 «3 d,g li
minuta* H mj fe*t JlstMt.
Th« »«Ul mu ung tlaim tnun« of r*r*rtl Is tb« oRW*«
caim
an or«*
h M M
ot 13 *61 arrwa
of i-h* Kr- i nter of «old min in* dWtrtci at MaiWy.
tltutaa county, Idaho. Th* nearest IkvaIoca
catu-n* I* ti g tin »».. t» cu» < «io » . N« 17 r«a th*
«cat, anti (Hite,» uitMr>«iul on th* north
I »liron t that thU «Httlua W puWldwl lu «ha Iuff>m
lit u.«nv uf Kucky Star, Idahtt, th* nempapor puv
llaltad
. rUxl of auti} days.
•at th« «aid mining claun, for tha pe
Il O ttiutma, Bsgtewt
D. E Wiuu>. vll«,n«v 1er cUuusut.
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Firm iiaMicdlon hapt IS.
KMkw No. soe.
IIailky, Id.ih'«. (taptembor 10. il *y
N utlet I* hwtlit giun lh*t th« IWsi \ reek Cold
Miniiitr C>*mu*ny. a «'»»rpr*tmtieu duly hy
law ot the itUU ot See York, by Frank F Ca vouai .
i ta aUortict in hrt, «Nm poatulflc« miidrmm m
Kxky Par, Elmor« rctwlj, lJ»h n , boa md« ap»4«
atiuft for a I mud 8 t«t«v PsiMt ter ihe
OMEGA
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Lot No. 4k> auti dfwrlUd Is the B «*1
l>tal of th« «»Atrial «inry en êle ln th.«
S 5 r,
. V»ith moitié tit: vonotion at IB d««T««« 4& sain
Ihkipuain«
*9 »*«|{ 16 tut
N 19 dm 1» min fc 67 f««t to NW
at otab« and nottc« of location, Untrt n
nWJA fort to 8W corner Mo. 1. thorn«
Mo. i.
1MM N 7« <t«h i«* min K 11«» f««t MS corner No. •.
! then«*« h SI «Hr 16 min W 790 f««l to HR eora«r No I,
than«*« N 73 «hur wj min W 1U«Ü l**t HW remet No 1
»ml |>lar« of htKtnnlac, c«ir*«y
n«a cuatatniMf an aroa of D IM
of eiUrtor bound*
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Th« oohl Biiiiiny * Uim tiring ©f record In Um eYÊm
Of th« Hr» «>rd*r ot ootd iim.it.f duMrlrt at liallay. i*
Altur** couaty Idalsu. Th« n«s««M kao«a lo«ta»tr*n«
bring Um Misuwcun Gua»<*Wd«u aan»«y Mo. 7» A. oa
Um n«*rth and th« Laura Jarkaan lud« «lala» emreey
No T
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ill Lunin, ok Kork« Har. l.foho,
be uewefmfter pub
«lai», ter Ute pe
i D. a Wiukos, »Horn,, to, rkisnl
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NOTICE OP FORFEIT0RE
i To Walt«r K.tan. hi» hur» or tussigaa
j You or* h«rao> noltflcd that w* ha«« ntpeatN-l
G»« «ua» «I ain« huo«ir«d end Éfty d.dur», er «v.-r
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1-1VK YA.NKEK
. td* mini»* clslai. in H»»rCmks,lnln«
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; t*,r( ..nuns Ih, annual i»W Uwraun lor Ik» ««»,«
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Ih« »«nr. tn«im»n»d In It.» I»< J», ot Jnnn, IS**
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1 «tnt »..»utv «>» .n.llir», uni a mutin tiisrlT »ja
fro» 11.« ■* -T1C» or lias Inilko, *r «Ilk*, ulB.!T a»-»
i »H. r loi» none« l y paUtrutl n ,«u lull ,,r r*lu» to
. co.utlnit» vour prop..,ti.in at m«h »ip«»ilt.»«.
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! •'* U*s unu»r l*u-d. uniter ttw p,n«l.k,iM of nr*Hm
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UCOMQB * l.sDKK
Kim puhU aU»m Augu.« io, t^gg.
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Notice of Forfeiture.
To '*>• Htl.barsh ul tanks r.»M Mint»« Omb
|wni. IU nSlc«r« nna U..r. I...I.I»,.
tou «I» l>«r»b, msiSW ihm I kam «»|umt-l
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prove» .anU .a- h y
iso: uid is« upon Iks
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or « :u.n î «4 ul Ih» K»t««d st»lulM «»
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retuirad «|>«i mu'. lor tk« j• »r» ni»s
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»tth.ri oln»t, dn,» ..ih« .mk, ul iht. »««, «
«akin t.iiH'l, dn>» nit«, ilia null.« hi pukl«a»és
you 1.11 or felu « tu nuiinkutu mur tuu|iemun ot
•uth »»laawllum. vou, mmrrM In mkl OnWn »IM
l«rf.ow Ih. ,.r..,ust, ..( the un.l»l»irl»d. und», lb»
|ir»»t..oli. t f .„u .,11 s»*4 ..» the IIviImnI Stoluli» i t
th« CnUud *tatf.
1 IIAHLKS LOCKMSUT
Sint |ml.||,«ti u n JiiimïI ml
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
C. b. Land Or He*, li**!«« CITY, 1#A»I0,
U. v r tcinlM«r in. Ik.-*»
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•^Klvr U»« HUH notu w cl tit* iit(«tillon to mate« ftntsl
p* ,, ** , ot hu» tUiiu. and that aabl proof *Ul
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