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GR AJ&UK VI1XK. IDAHO.
: ; ji nk w. liwc
FRi DA Y. :
Salarie* of Comity Officer*.
A great ninny people in this
County nre under the impression
that tjue tflice of auditor and re
corder costs the tnxpuers more in
salary and fees than any other
oft ice in Hue county. This is en
tirely wrong. Under the state
constitution the payment of salary
out of the county treasury is regu
lated by the amount of fees re
ceived by the officer. For instance,
every person who files for record a
(quartz, placer, water-right or mill
site locution, quick-claim deed,
mortgage, warranty deed or other
instrument, helps to pay the com
pensation allowed tho county
Auditor by the commissioners. As
a matter of general information
and to correct tho wrong impres
sion which prevails wo append
herewith the sums allowed by the
commissioners ns fees out of the
county treasury to Mr. Talkington,
since lie held the office, and which
includes services as clerk of tho
«district court, auditor and recor
der and clerk of the board of com
missioners:
April, 1894,
July,
^October,
January, 1895,
Total for 1894,
April, 1895,
July,
October,
January, 1896,
Total for 1895,
The above does not include tho
repayment of cash advanced for
«office supplies, expressago and
freight charges on books, etc, which
hills on file will show; but it goes
to show that the offico of auditor
nnd recorder is not draining money
from the county treasury to such
an extent as is generally supposed.
Every correspondent who has
expressed his views through the
Free Press on tho vexed question
of salaries of county officers has
held that tho auditor and recorder
Is the best paid official in the
county organization, thereby cre
ating tho impression that all of
his compensation comes directly
from the county trensurc l>ox.
During tho first two years of his
term the present incumbent has
been paid directly from tho
county treasury the sum of $893.49.
Jf tho business of the office grows,
As in all probability it will, there
js a speedy prospect that tho fees
will not only pay tho entiro com
pensation of the incumbent, but
Actually turn in a surplus to the
county treasury. Opinions may
reasonably differ as to whether
(his ofticcr is, or is not, too highly
paid for services rendered. We
Are not now discussing that ques
tion. But there is such a general
tnisunderatandingof tho provisions
of the state constitution and legis
lative requirements governing tho
salaries of county officers that it
is well for tho public to know
something of the facis before hasty
and prejudiced judgments are
formed ou tho subject.
In tho near future wo shall have
much to say about this and col
lateral subjects of county finance,
and endeavor to show tho taxpay
ers of Idaho county where their
money goes. And in order to as
certain tho leaks which create
Jiigli taxation they will do
well to fix their attention just as
closely upon the administration of
the state government at Boise as
they do upon the transactions in
and around our county court
house. With a tax levy of 87
Cents on each $100 for state pur
poses, thero is but little margin for
extravagance in our county gov
ernment.
$ 71.16
57.00
175.83
176.45
G
$480.44
$ 87.(X>
39.80
177.20
109.05
it
$413.05
Oar Public School Grouml*.
The handsome block overlook
ing tho town of Orangeville upon
which our school house stands has
been plowed and harrowed and
fieeded to blue grass and clover
pud surrounded by a neat woven
wirc fence. New sidewalks have
also been laid and access to the
grounds had by iron gates. The
expense of this improvement is
paid by the rental received from
the Masonic lodge for the use of a
irtion of the second floor which
not at present needed fof educa
tional purposes. In a short time
wo shall have a campus which
will be a credit to the town and
an ornament to set oft" more fully
the architectural features of our
handsome school building. The
Night of improved school grounds
is something heretofore unknown
in Idaho county, mid we hope it
is the forerunner of general pro
gress iu this direction. The
average school yard in this region
is tho very type of sliiftlessness
and desolation. Attractive sur
roundings elevate the moral na
ture even as education elevates the
intellectual faculties. In tho course
of time the trees will afford shade
for rest, recreation and pleasure,
whither our citizens avili adjourn
ju the cool evenings of sum mer
find fall to listen to the strains of
our brass band ns they treat the
jnusic-loving public to a program
from the band staud on the school
painpus, It is a move in the right
direction, now that the initial step
bas been taken.
Ai F( Fftlker uotaiy public.
c
Itcivlopinenl* in Florence.
Harvey. Idaho, June 10, {10.
1* hi km» 1 a I; k kk. I he lniglit
sunshine and balmy breezes of the
past few days has removed winter's 1
drapery, and the prospectors can
see mother earth again—in sjmts—
a sight which he hails with
delight, as the mariner does
the beacon light at sea. The sea
son for the anxious prospector to
traverse our great mineral zones
is near at hand. For long mouths
they have scanned the mountains
to detect the approach of spring.
Their keen perception tenches
them that what others have dono
they can do. With this idea
foremost in their minds we trust
that their ellbrts in our rugged
ranges will not lie a fruitless one;
and that when the season closes
they all may bo able to recuperate
amid the orange groves of the gol
den state.
The custom mill has reduced the
third shipment of ore from the
Banner mine, und it is reported
that the clean-up is far greater
than previous ones. It is further
reported that this valuable prop
erty has changed hands and that
development work will be pushed
witlrthe utmost speed by its new
proprietors.
8. A. Moon is pushing the 200
foot tunnel on the Coupon—the
west extension of the Banner.
Surface indications warrants the
stuternent that the Coupon is des
tined to bo one of our dividend
paying mines.
Wells & Cone expect to tap their
ledge in the next few days through
their long tunnel, when it isesti
mated they will have 250 tons of
ore ready for stoping.
J. P. Fitzgerald quite recently
discovered the "Leland Lode" of
early day fame. Decomposed
quartz from tho vein goes one dol
lar per pun.
Prospctors aro crowding the
snow line on tho Salmon river
slope, and a great many discov
eries and locations are being made.
They say that wire gold is found
in some of these locations. This
is the section to which I culled at
tention in the old reliable F. P. of
February 8, last. At that time
the idea of mineral existing in that
region was derided. Traversing
those steep declivities today one
can see locations and prospectors
on either hand, where 60 days
since nothing showed that quartz
detectives had explored the hills.
Having gone over this field again
recently I am willing to commit
myself to the statement that should
stamp mills bo erected there will
be some good producing properties
in that belt before the close of 1896.
Tho chain of locations, from the
Bullion to the Poorman, a distance
of ten miles, is now complete.
What further proof is required to
convince the non-believer as to tho
merits of the free gold quartz mines
in tho now El Dorado than a prac
tical milling test? By this dem
onstration mining investors are
seeking an investment in safe and
sure margins. They are now ne
gotiating for several promising
properties; and before long I hope
to announce to your readers that
other deals are far advanced by
capitalists looking towards de
velopment and purchase of claims
that stand second to none in the
far-famed hills of Florence.
Prospector.
in
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of
ed
The Tent Meetings.
The teut meetings closed Sun
ilny night, with (>00 people from
all parts of the county present.
The evangelists left Monday for
the Palouse camp meeting which
began yesterday. Tho results of
tho Orangeville meeting were
live confessions, three by obedience
and one by statement. Tho com
mittee of arrangements resolved
as follows:
Resolved, That wo, member* of
the church of christ of north
Idaho, and especially the members
of Idaho county, thank tho good
people of Orangeville nnd vicinity
for their generosity, attendance
and attention in our first tent
meeting in this county.
Resolved, That we thank Messrs.
Henry Wax, W. 1). Vincent and
others for the use of the grounds
and seats where our tents were
pitched.
Resolve^, That wo thank
good sistçr, Mrs. Hamilton, as or
ganist, and all tlioso who took part
in tho singing.
Resolyed, That wo extend our
thanks to the editor of the Free
Press for publishing our announce
ments.
a
Until further notice our Sunday
service» will bo an follows: Open
air services to 7 o'clock p. in.;
regular evening service from 7 to
oo clock in Orange ball; prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock.—W. N. Knox, pastor Bap
list church.
Sea voyage» are usually deemed J-romntive
of health. So they are in most caae» But it
may well he doubted if the shaking up aboard .
»hip, which people of very fragile constitution
and weak nerves get, i, not prejudicial if it. j
effect» arc not averted or nullified by a medl
cinal safeguard. The best. „ we are fo beileve !
tbe testimony of ocean traveler., whether
they go abroad for health, pleasure or husl- !
utss, is Hostetlers Stomach Bitters. Invalids. |
commercial travelers, sea captains, and yatch î
meu concur in recommending this line de
f$Uhi>$ tonic. 80 do emigrant« to the frontier !
the inhabitants of malarlou« regions, and all !
who are exposed to hardships or rigors of cli
tïonhU -JSi SÏ 1 * 1, I h * unia , tlc P. r kldlu '>' î
trouble, ner\o |, sness. dyspepsia, liver coin
plaint and constipation it is eminently efti
cactous. and commended by the medical
Ifatfinlt,- far and ne*r.
our
C. 8. McCrkady.
Martin Bankett.
W. T. Wright.
Committee.
Aboard Ship.
Rcilnceil Ko!en.
Those contemplating going east !
should ('all on or address Mr W
F. Kettenlwieh, agent O It &N
1 Co., Lewiston. Idaho, for rates to
School Report — Sunnyeltle.
Report of Hunnysido school dis
trlet for month ending June 12
1806. Number pupils enrolled 40;
average daily attendance 354; per
cent of attendance 88A; percent of
deportment 86 9-10; number tardy
marks 14; on roll of honor, Olive
Coram.
the following meetings:
Democratic national convention,
at Chicago, III., July 7.
Peoples party convention and
American silver convention, at St.
Louis, Mo., July 22.
National convention
pie's Christian
ington, D. C., July 7 to 13.
National educational association
meeting, Buffalo, N. Y., July
3 to 10.
young peo
endeavor. AVasli
Encampment grand army of the
republic, St. Paul, Minu.', Sept. 14.
Xotic of Filing Township Flat*.
U. S. Land Office, Lewiston,Idaho.
May 5, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that offi
cial plats of sub-divisional surveys
in Township 32 N. R 6 E. B. M.,
and Township 7 N, R 7 E. B. M.,
have this day been received from
the office of the lion. Surveyor
General of Idaho, and that said
plats will lie filed in this office on
July 7, 1896, after which time
tilings will lie received on said lands
B. F. Morris, Register.
Alfred W. Kkoutinukr Receiver.
M. E. Poweli., Teacher.
The populist national conven
tion will consist of 1283 delegates.
A fine sample of oro from tho
Banner mine in Florence is on ex
hibition in tho window of Frank
Reed's assay offico on cast Main
street.
J. H, Hunte, an old-time school
teacher on Camas prairie
from Cottonwood Saturday and
reports tho west side metropolis
booming.
A post office lias been establish
ed at Strauss, half way between
Weippo and Fraser, in Shoshone
county, with R. D. Strauss
postmaster.
Joe Cox is closing out his stock
of general merchandise in Stuart,
but will continue his meat market
at that point and also establish
branch of same at Kamiah.
Photographer Hanson lias lately
received a now background for his
Graugcvillo studio,
presents a beautiful
Golden Gate and Cliff' House.
Mrs. Schmndeka lias just receiv
ed a now line of millinery goods,
ladies and childrens hats,
wishing anything in her line will do
well to get prices before buying
elsewhere. 45tf.
O'Bannon & Clark, at Clear
water bridge, carry tho largest,
best and cheapest stock of <
oral Merchandise in the place.
Prospectors and miners should not
fail to seo their goods and prices.
At tho democratic meeting held
hero two weeks since wc got the
voto ou the place of holding the
county convention wrong,
ver had live votes ou tho first and
eight votes on tho second ballot,
which we credited to Cottonwood.
Free! Free!! Free!!!—W e
are giving a pieco of Agate Ware
or Glass Ware, absolutely Free,
with every pound of our A. & F.
Eveay Cun guar
Ai.kxandek & Freidkn
ricu, tho Cheapest Cash Store iu
Idaho county.
Owing to the Fourth of July ful
ling this year on Saturday the
Woodmen of the World have
changed the date of holding their
grand hall advertised elsewhere to
Friday, July 3.
mission, which
per is $2.00.
was over
as
a
Tho scone
icw of tho
Those
a en
Dell
Baking Powder,
auteed.
of
The price of nd
iucludcs sup
Incorporation papers of the War
rens Placer Company
with the secretary of state last
week. The offices of the company
are at Camden, N. J., Philadelphia,
Pa., Boise and Warrens, Idaho;
capital stock $100,000; incorpora
tors, Joseph Steelman and Henry
Fox, of Philadelphia; William D.
Lippincott, of Cinnamison tow
8 ld| ) >_ N. J. Geo. II. Roberts and
Y\ illiam O. Taylor are designated
as Idaho agents of the company.
Deals aggregating $82,000 have
Ixten put on the county records for
Florence gold quartz „lining prop
erty the past week. The princi
pals are 8.8. Glklden and F. R.
Culbertson, of Spokane, owners of
the Tiger-Poorman mines in Cœur
d'Alene, ami their methods of do
ing busine»ss will speedily prove
8 the value ot the camp. No grass
grows under the feet of these gen
demon and wo rejoice that they
are turning tilt'll" attention to old
Idaho county.

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Sfti^d ÏTrtioni o 1 )' ?hV h «r '"Ä" r ? Ch "! e
j one way ffcure deiln«. and .ïïf*?. bveÖ , y '
»lUuUtmal remedies. Deafnehs is cainid b»
! tU'-l
dlmed'jTmhave- 1 '» 'Turn"", tm'nà'ot Impl",
! feet hearing, ami wheu il λ entirely doled
| tton 'caf'bS ukeD^nt 'i'nd'ïhuViSî i
î to Its normal eonditlon, hearing will helfe
stroyed forever; nine éa'es out ! „
! caused by cat arm \viii(*h k tmiiiimr i » , 1
! Warned eJndiUoi! «f the^niucoul^urlace« °
We will give One Hundred Dolla?« for mv
î cftse nf Deafness (caused by catarrh) that catu
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure sjl l
for circulars-free uure. bend
were filed
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EAT with a big D. Blackwell's Genuine Bull
Durham is in a dass by itself. You will find one
coupon inside each two ounce bug, und two cou
pons inside each four ounce baff of
B
Blackwell's
Genuine Durham
Smoking Tobacco
Buy a bag of this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon—
which ß i ve* alistof valuable presents and how to get them.
y
W. F. SCHMADEKA,
HAS BARGAINS IN GROCERIES!
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8 Cans Triumph Sugar Corn, $1.00
8 Cans Stand. Peeled Tomatbs, 1.00
Apricots, 2.'*ît> tins,
5 Cans Grapes,'.»»ft» '
s Blackberries,
15 tt>« Choice Sngo,
7 lbs Formern Roasted Coffee, 1.00
10 lbs «-Crown KaUius, [l.oo
25 tbs Rest Beans.
20 lbs Fluke Wheat,
20 tbs Rolled Ü its,
Ft tbs Seedless Raisins,
18 tbs Golden C Sugar.
20 lb.s Beat Savon Soap,
12! a lbs large sized Rope,
50 lbs Dairy Salt,
1 00
1 00
60
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100
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5 <•
2'^tb tins, 1.00
1.00

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1 25
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1 Dety Competition as to Prices and
Quality of Goods.
Largest Stock of SADDLERY and HARNESS
Ever Brotig-lxt to Ca.rn.ss Prairie,
fleæ- BfllJCY DI^IYIDG 71IJD HIDII20 TULIPS.
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Call and See for Yourself.
W. F. SCHMADEKA'S
-, ,, „ Lake item». |
fenre with'hc* ,5T5 Æy'ïîTd * 0 mher W ,J5'
" 8 V. n .?Sll!^„TO r "!S nM painted „M.J
rJme"" cllclo,ed ht» ynr.i with n n«*v picket 1
Mrs. It. McConnill laon the >lck Hat.
Mnrl Martin says he I» tint out for sheriff,
bc!j_cvlng in the °u° term principle for county
The plum «mi prune crop in these parts win
winhc'àîi r ri«hth»w!.vor yi ' ar 11,0 "''P lecr '>P
UHl and Hamilton tied for director atlhe
recent school election In district Ai.
Geo. T
two yea î
•Blood (\ime home
visit after a
8 aosene*». Ho h-ts a place oil the Nez
.*e side of the reservation.
K. M. Henley and son Bert, left pverUnd for
Greely, Colorado, last week, to engage In gold
mining.
A petition was In circulation for a postollico
at the new townsite, with Mr. Carr for I*. M.
It received over 200 names. Mail to bo sup
plied by the Riggins route from Orangeville to
Salmon river.
P
Su
hannon is to lay off the
*ek. We understand the name of which
is to be I.nke instead of Harris, ns the latter
name is ai ready monopolized in Idaho.
Ralston and liis man Cain were last heard of j
crossing Salmon river headed f< r California.
Parties fn-m the P.ilouso country were in 1
her- ln**t week gathering cuttle. They broke I
into Swauson's house and burnt a hole in the
floor to cook on. Wheu they left one of Sam
Church'j cowa ' followed'' tl o.n aero, s the
prairie
W. M. Hopkins is
southern Malm Imme.
Mai Harris is about ready to tip the lake
and let his carp out Into the creek, where he
cun catch them as the market may demand.
Mr. Troeh, of Denver, is hiving lumber
hauled for a store building at Lake.
News reaches here that George Moore, for
merly of this place, was seriously hurt by a
rock falling on him.
Kcott is having his sheep dipped at Floyd
Church's ranch this week.
•oy
* town
thin
dungerously ill at his
Cottonwood Items.
Messrs. J. M. M«
Moore st tried for Florence Monday to spent
the
?. J.
Strain and Ed.
mer.
J. M. Wolbert, editor of the
Denver Saturday night
on the "Trend of Mode
A tou of ore from Nugent's Craig mountain
sent to Everett, Wash., to he treated
Mrs. lClseiLsohu went to Orangeville
•port,
<1 delivered a lecture
Polities."
•cut to
mine w
Mr. nnd
Saturday.
J. IV. Hunte went to Grangevllle on busi
ness Saturday.
!.. A. Bruner and family
,, . were at Grange
ville Saturday and Sunday attending camp
meeting.
Children'll Day was celebrated in appro
prlate style Sunday at the M. K. t h ireh.
Dame rumor says that coal has been found
in the mountains near here. We hope it is
true. Messrs Taylor and Anderson
Mt. Idaho Monday.
K. A. Jones and family were In town Mon
day.
Cottonwood, June 10, 1890.
rent to
Denver Doings.
Milo Wood and Miss Nichols have been up
from Kamiah visiting this week.
Mr. Emanuel Kaufmann came up from Mos
cow last week and will have charge of the
store here during J Kaufmann 's absence.
Mr. Patterson, as agent of Knapp, Burrell A
Co., received the stock of implements left out
of the Cooper assign ment, and returned.
Ben Kuorr located a claim north of Denver
this week.
The name of M. L. Puttier Is being strongly
advocated as the next democratic nominee for
representative. Mr. Butler would make a
strong candidate; lie only failed being elected
to that office four years ago by a fe
The populist primary held i
6. was an enthusiastic gathering, o. C. Shel
don was chosen cha rinan
, 8l V"'Y fivid» of wild iiowcr» ami ain K .
eÜ aty' iM.Vi« n n " ke " ,e vory , ' nj " y " bk ' i "
o.W Sf i , , ,m ,Sr nc ?, , , 0 w ^, W e^ h R*;
vcry ^ fort " nate in procuring hi» »er vice«.
ÔJ v h h"aÄ"»' il "i?ra»".X
ch A l '» r iV n H hose H mil Æ are &s yet oni <L*.
*nd the reauita of*this mode or'lcttung^aiffer
'rR Ä'iÄ^^Ä'^iy „igh .ho
to îiaie rinK Rnd havc not Kreaiiy dimiuiahcd
< rne bridge over R-d river
K Ä îîJ^übie
ÄÄia ÂÏ hSi^v^
fnr two ml le» w hi Iv fording atwve thv held
Th^hor«.-was«,,ally landed after
Pierce Mooney met with an almost fatal In
jury while fording Red river at the meadows,
i
" , *' 1 " f ">'■ «>ldle, and Ir. SI* '! ' e
' '<'» "«'»e time after,
wüh'thp *.!îl! 0C i ,nK H,, l
S'ffiÄÄÄd'.'ut Ml',"
,n",vb,m " r '' 1 and
for them * k caïlüüt ^ P<**hed loo fast
i , T Reynolds left today for the prairie to
etlae t" " ''"'»! of i'^attle which he has pur
ehased of Henry Ternau.
Beef is «elling at five
Sîiïîi'i 11 "? »
X** Mît Vîî! y c '? nts f Ä dnzt n
\ T ^ cr ï April26, tothc wife of
A - 1 tcr ' ht>n -
votes.
Denver .1
0
d R. J Brown
secretary. Mr. knurr. A. White. J. W. Hen
derson, and o. r. Sheld<
gates
were elected dele
A résolution to the effect that no
nty officer receive
tlian tluu per
mouth whs passed mid a strong resolution
favoring the free and unlimited coinage of
silver and fixing the rutio at 16
passed.
The Christian camp meeting has spread
their tent on Broa iway.
! he ladies aid society has nrranged for a
Lawn social at Mr. Butler's Friday evening at
6 o'clock. Everybody invited.
The farmers living near Denver are going to
meet at the'town Co'», office, Saturday, June
A), to consider the creamcr>" proposition.
1 was
Elk City Note».
carried a wav,
nty road to Relief for the
fiï
uch
as speech
cents a pound, butter
cents a quart
ntx, milk at te
Janica A. Mltvhcll anil John :
startvd suit against the Idaho Go
Mining company for wages.
Lik City, Arni u. 1896,
•uffleld have
Id and Silver
| Some contend that tlio rivers
1,ave "»ready reached their highest
? ta *° for 3'«» and that there
1 18 110 more danger of high water.
It will nav VOtl to ("ill nnd pv.
. J anu . ex
amine Our goods before purohas
Gig elsewhere. AY o guarantee fair
treatment.—G eoroe Brown, Stu
art, Idaho,
What is "comfort
in travel?''
The phrase Is not an easy
one to define. It means so
m.iny things—all so different
It means fast time—cour
teous otlicials— fine scenery
—smooth track.
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It means warm ears in cold
veather—cool ears In warm
.veather—clean cars and
good ventilation at all times.
run]
Burlington route
Illusirit«» It in
practical fashion.
trains
an intensely
And pen
pie who travel ir the
der.'taud
c.xplii
•'comfort in travel" Is.
ithout its being
to the
!<1
what
Tickets
1 time-tables at
tiie local ticket office.
A. B. JACKSON
»
T. P. A.
Spoki
h Wash
GRAND
I
RALE
- TO BE CIVEN BY
Grangevllle Camp No. 2C6.
is
WOODMEN
OOP THE WORLD ( (
to
July 3rd, 1896.
9
We inan
the public
ever given in Grangevllle.
•of the best dances
No expense
A
a
ill he
•d to make this the
ist
enjoyable affair
of the w. O. W.
patronage of the
cone and all.
give
under the
spit
most earnestly solicit th
pleasure seeking public. ('
Committee of Arrangements:— J N Rice
A. Markham, J. Murphy, M. s. Martin,' W. n!
Svalux, M \\ agiter, F. llngan, Win. Jemen, s. E.
Moby, h. II. Sheaffer.
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Rkceition Fommittse:—M. It. Morrow C
Overman, Kobt. Jonvs, It. M. Bibb, K. N. ival
kCT, E. Evans, I,. Yates, W. K. Graham, A.
Hovey, J. T. Aram. '
Floor Managers:-!!. -Wax, W. Hickerion,
!■ Nocwood, M. G. Rambo, W. S. Hogan, Geo
Hekeati.
Best of music,
to all.
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NOTICE.
T.° J?' Dwight and all whom it may concern.
Notire In hereby given that from and after
this date I. the undersigned, will not be held
I vrsonaHy.n 0 ,' shall my one-half interest in
the following named quartz mine be held re
lEEïîï 1 * f °. r H,,y ,Hhor don « L>" the said I). I*.
Dwight, or by any other person \\
or for any supplies, maeliinory, tools
(lungs purchased, or for any expense of what
ever nature incurred or made uiHuithat certain
quartz mine or claim known as the 'M'ouimiii "
situated on the west side of Black Sand
ami adjoining snd lying west of the Banner
poimtv f "f •'•ofenoe Mining District Mahn
county, Idaho. s. a. Moon.
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Florence, Idaho, May 23,1890.
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W. ROT1I WELL
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SALOON.
YATES & ROTH WELL, Props.
The Choicest Mines, Liquors and Cjgars
( ourteous treatment aceonied to all. Batron
age of the public is respectfully solicited.
Florence, Idaho.
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IWY JTIPTI^ESE WflUV.
A share of patronage asked. Call and get a
good bargain. B
MISS WINIFRED HALL.
Grange Block.
Grangevllle, Idaho
BED STABLE
G. T. WILLIAMS, Prop.
The b«st of Tlvery accomodations,
reasonable. Fair tro itrnem.
Rates
HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE.
NT, U'Aftoi IR-VRU
WE ARE BEING TALKED ABOUT!
ANOTHER DEEP CUT!
Calico, per yard,
Bleached Muslin, 36 inches
wide, per yard,
Pongee Suitings, per yard,
Tennis Suitings,
Black Sateen, 15c. quality
French Percale, 36 inch, wido .10!
14 lbs Granulated Sugar,
20 big bars Laundry Soap,
.0.3, Double Fold Dress Goods,
wortk 18c. per yard.
Scotch Plaids, double width,
worth 20e. per yard.
English Serges, 36 in. wide,
nil shades, worth 25c.
1.00 1 lb Chewing of Smoking To
bacco.
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VLIDDEX All Steel BAKU WIRF., $3.50 per lOO lb ».
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The Regulators of Low Prices on Camas Praire.
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NOTICE.
To S. A. Moon and all whom it may concern
personally nor shall my one-half interest in
I he following named quartz mine be held re
Hiamidble for any labor done by the said S. A.
M " on , or b > H !!- v «dher person w homsoever, or
iv supplies, machinery, tools or otlier,
tlnngu purchased, or for any expense of what
otr nature Incurred or made upon that certain I
quartz mine or claim known as the ' Coupon "
situated on the west side of Black Band erect,
and adjoining and lying west of the Banner
quartz mine in Horenee Mining District, Idaho
county, idalio D. 1*. Dwight.
V lore nee. Idaho, June 6,189T>.
for
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all »linm it
that I, the uiMlel'stgne<l
sponsible (or any indebtedness
any labor or otherwise,
tracted on the undivided
the Jo.rt.Mne quart* mining claim, situated
In the Florence Mining District. Idaho county,
J . A. F MiKknna.
Dated June s, 1896.
miy
fill uot he ré
incurred for
fhich in a y he con
half interest in
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Estate of Loyal P. Brown, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned
_ Shrub 1 Itrnvvn, admlnl-tratrlx ol the estate of
Loyal P. Drow n, deceased, to the creditors of
and all persona having claim» again»! the said
deceased, to exhibit them with the uecessary
,vouchers within ten months after the first
publication of this notice, to »aid administra
trix at her residence In Mt. Idaho, Idaho
county. Idaho. Sakwi T. Hkoun
Dated June 10,1.896. ■< :, Administratrix
NOTICE.
L. ä. Land Offick, Lewiston. Idaho, (
...... . June 8. Isa,;, j
'r hereby given that the authorities
of the State of Idaho have tiled In this olflcea
list of lands selected In the townships des
erlhed below, for the supportai, d maintenance
of t.liarltable. Educational, 1'onil and He
Iu : tl '. in » uniler t;,e » r < «, July
1 JO, that said list I» open to inspection and a
copy thereof has been posted in a convenient
pubic U th * ce ,lir 1,10 Inspection ol the
Contest and protests sgalnst the claim
State for any tract described tu the list
ground that tbe same is
of the
the
mineral than for agricultural purposes will be
received within sixty days from the date here
om" 1 not * d for r °Bort to the General Land
Si T PPLEMENTAL LIST
T ?,''nrtnf nrlglual list No. 4, Lewiston,
blaho of binds seleoted by the state of Idaho
III psrt satisfaction nfn grant thereto for the
imiinteiiauoc of Charitable, Educational, Penal
•'!?. Reformatory Institution., transmitted
with ofiice letter O of May 26, ts'.ie, i 0 r nub
i itSî n ( w n L d'Ïi'ÎST»" regulallHn *
All of Section 7, Township 36, N. It 5 E
All of Section 8, Township 36, N. it. s' e!
All of Section 9, Township 36, N K. ô*. E*
. ... .. 11 F. Mohkik, Register,
Alfred w. Kroitinukr, Receiver
2 11 .
Order to Show Cause.
N THE PROBATE
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„ . COURT OF THE
County of Idaho Ntntc of Idaho. Iu the
matter of the estate of Mary A. Adklaon de
cenbed. Order to show cause why
sale of real estate should not be made
It appearing to this court, by the petition
this day presented and filed by John R Ad
à ,e ad "}iniHtrator of the estate of Mary
A. Adkison, deceased, that it is necessary to
»ell the whole or some portion of the real es
täte of said decedent to pay the debt« of de
cedent and the expenses and charges of ad
ministration.
It is therefore ordered by this court that all
persons interested in the estate of said de
ceased appear before the »aid Probate Court
on Monday the«th day of July, 1896, at the
hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at the
court room of said court at the court house at
Mt. Idaho. County of Idaho. State of Idaho to
Show cause why an order should not be
ed to said administrator to sell wo much of the
said real entate as shall be necessary, him! that
a copy of this order be published four succes
sive week» iu the Idaho County Free Peers
a newspaper printed and published is said
NV N. Scales,
Judge of the Probate Court.
order of*
grat t
county.
Datei! June I, ist»,
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'V 111 '™ «■ « ««t.
LanpCfkice at Lmwiston, Idaho,!
, , . May.iy, i.h9H.
* U , e h «reby given that the following
J„ . r h " 6 fl >: d notice of his intention
l ,r ooMn support of his claim,
i ! h ?[i, sa < p [oof will he made before V. 8.
I 1 Ce * ftt Lewiston, Idaho, on July 3,
mj6 * v « : * 3 '
41 ..''ILLIAM W. GARDNER,
,\ C £ ''!> ? f E .a HNV, 4 NK?4 and EU NEU
8 \ L r ,p ,i '. N - R- ^ K. B. M.
hii , LÎÎ5? IOH the fi >*)°wing witnesses to prove
of sai!nind U vfz S dCUCe upon ftud cultivation
John Molloy, John Gaffney. George Gamble
j^OllCKFoK HOMESTEAD PROOF,
J^OTICE FOll HOMESTEAD PROOF.
Stephen S. Fenn, II. E. No. 3290.
Land office at Lf.utston, Idaho |
May 18, 189(1. )
en that the fnllnwlng
notice of hi. Intention
thaï s .i,i HK» » '»PP«* °f hi,claim,and
l h c U1 V" m î? e bcf ' )r « the Clerk
Jnne h *o! Ä C vlS. 0Urt ' " Mt Id * h °- ld « ho
Notice 1» hereby rIv
named settler ha. tiled
to make final
ou
. , STEPHEN 8. FENN
& aüT^ÄÄ 8 .»!^ 8 * 0 M NB * NWI *
hliniu'iK,» following witnessed to prnvo
olNaij land. '1«:' ®" Ce Upon and «""^»Uon
Le e Smith. Thomas M.
" U,,rli -- - 11 Whttebird,
B. F. Morris, Register.
51-i
OTICE FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF.
Gerhard Suesens, H. E. No. 2274.
Land Office at Lkwihton. Idaho,)
vt i June 1.1800. I
Notice is hereby given Uiut the following
tom a k e* hn.'i r nr ,,H M IeU uot,ce of hls Ditention
tha7 ! d rî r °J hu claim, and
1 ih ro V f w,11 .Vc »»«do before Clerk of
J istrict Court, at Mt. Idaho, Idaho county,
Idaho, on July 18 1890, viz
» o«,, DKRHARt) SITE8EN8.
for the SK'*, 8ec. 27. Tp. 80, N. R. 3 E. B. M.
hii* «înHnf, ! he foll .«flnff witnesses to prove
!ionof .iid l':üd, r ^' dcnCe ut, ' ,n auJ
{}• Odie, Alfred Hovey, George H.
îd«Jhn e M K dwftrd HfinhUmaun, all ot Mt.
Idaho, Idaho county, Idaho.
17
B. K. Morris, Register.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
I N iTi'rl'i'e 5i 8 ni H . I< i T . C S U e 1 '- OF Tf > K SECOND
I Judicial District nf the Slate of Idaho iu
and for the County of Idaho »nano, in
de"eu r ( f.nt W "' WU ' I'laiutiff, vs. John A. Wil.on,
Wino*n 8 de1e°ndant h0 SC " dS ( ' rCC,ln|t to Jnhn A -
annearln' ÏÎ/SÎX «"d required to
appear In an action brouglit against you hv
said plaintiff. In the said District Court and *
answer tile complaint of the aide«
plaintiff, filed therein, within ten days (ex
clusive of the day of service) after the service
on you of this summons, if served within this
county: or if served out of this countv hi t
wtthtn this Judicial District, within twenty
days, or If served elsewhere, within forty
da>s this action is brought to dissolve tho
DlaiiUiffmi'th« Z ( l ay t T lw , cini yourself and tho
v de the nlà niltr1hL lds y,, ' ,r to pro
li#«» e P' al, itlfflhe Cf»mmou ueccff»aries of
life because of your Idleness, proHlgaey and
° n au< ^ pu acoouut of your habitual
hSTTSSï-n '1" < yo " * re her '- h y notified
Hint if } ou fail to appear ami answer aalrf
complaint ah above required the »aid plaintiff
SïnRP 1 ? l ° th 1 e , Court for the relief ifeinand
ed in the complaint. Uvwlt: For a decree dis
Holviiig the naid bond» of matrimony, and for
the costs of the action. 7 ' u ,or
Attest niy hand and the seal of the District
Court of the 8ocon«l Judicial District
[BEAL ''Äd'.^VpÄ or M, ' ü0 Couuty:
Ke.o « WowH^lï-vtloVÿlÂ' Clerk '
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