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THE FREE PRESS.
Q RANGE VILLE. IDAHO.
: : APRIL 16,1897
FBIDAY. :
GOLD BUti-BANNEIt GROUP.
They are to bo made Productive
During the Present Season.
The prospectus of the Banner
and Gold Bug Mining Co. of Spo
ikano, with mines in Florence, has
■•come to our table. We visited
these properties last fall and made
ä favorable comment thereon
through the colums of the Free
Press. Since that time develop
ment work has been progressing
steadily on both the Gold Bug and
Banner mines. Late last fall
hoist and boiler was shipped in for
the Banner, but on account of
heavy roads was left about 8 miles
out. Preparations are now being
made to move this hoist in and set
up the same on the Banner, and to
sink a shaft to a depth of 300 feet.
On the Banner the shaft has reach
ed a depth of 75 feet below the
Adit tunnel giving a vertical stop
ing depth of 175 feet, with tho
ground prospected 300 feet cast of
shaft and 100 feet west of shaft by
tunnel driven on the vein showing
from 18 inches to 8 foot of pay
quartz, fully establishing the value
of the mine aud insures it as a per
manent producer. Tho last mill
test of ore taken from this mine
ran $49.60 per ton in gold. There
is now something like 300 tons of
ore on the dump that will average
$27 per ton, and over 2500 tons in
sight in the mine. The last work
done on the Gold Bug showed up
a new chute of ore from 24 to 30
inches in width; this body of ore
assay from $G0 to $80 per ton,
and was driven a distance of 40
feet, when a cave occurred that
stopped the contractors. This
cave on tho Gold Bug will bo im
mediately timbered up and the
drift driven ahead on the ore. It
is expected that Mr. H. M. Glid
den will be in Florence before May
1, and work will bo pushed vigor
ously on both tho Gold Bug and
Banucr. It is the intention
of the
to have
company
both properties sufficiently opened
up to keep a 10 stamp mill in con
tinuous operation by the time a
mill can be hauled iu, which time
will depend on the state of the
roads. A great deal of interest is
being taken iu Spokane and other
mining centers over the Florence
district, and with a mill in steady
operation on the Banner, one on
the Hiyou, and a possibility of two
more on other claims before tho
summer is over, will make Flor
ence a very much alive camp.
Stage Line Changed Hands.
Jerry S. Baker and Frank Cos
ton have purchased from Ezra
Baird the Lewiston and Mt. Idaho
stage line and took possession yes
terday. Mr. Baird has been run
ning the line in good style, with
good stock and frequent changes,
and Mr. Baker assures us that the
new proprietors will keep run
ning it right up to the handle,
with new stock and will himself bo
over the road twice a week to give
his personal attention to all the
details. Messrs. Baker and Coston
also own the stage line from
Grangeville to Florenco and will
operate both together. They are
both experts on stage business and
will do their best to give the pub
lic good satisfaction.
L ECTUR E.
Saturday Evening, April 12. '»7.
This lecture will bo highly in
teresting, instructive and intense
ly practical. The real subject is
'•Success versus Failure," and yet
"Man, Monkey or Mouse" fits the
case exactly. There are throe di
visions of the lecture of about half
gp houp each. The first treats of
the requisites for success; the sec
ond, the reasons for failure, and
the third, the present age and its
opportunities. The last division
is almost wholly scientific and
treats of the marvels of the pres
ent age. Wonder treads upon the
heels of wonder; our industral
progress illustrated; transporta
tion, modern telegraphy, electric
tricity at the world's Columbian
exposition; a wedding by electric
ity; the telephone newspaper; X
ray, etc. You must hear this lec
ture to know what it is. Satisfac
tion guaranteed.
In the Missionary Field.
Lewiston Tribune.
A. F. Parker, of Grangevillo, ar
rived in town Wednesday on his
way home from a trip to Boise,
Butte and Spokane. The papers of
these towns contain glowing inter
views descriptive of the manifold
resources of the Clearwater basin
given in Mr. Parker's inimitable
style, which will undoubtedly serve
to attract home-seekers, specula
tors and investors to the happy
land of Nez Pcrco and Idaho
counties. While in Boise he did
earnest, and it is hoped effective
work, to induce the extension of
the proposed Seven Devils railroad
northward to Camas prairie and
Lewiston, and promised the pro
moters a liberal subsid} T in wheat
to aid the enterprise. He seems
well satisfied that the road will be
built from Payette or Weiser to the
Devils, and asserts that its ulti
mate extension northward is a logi
cal necessity.
In Butte Mr. Parker reports
much enquiry about the mineral
resources of Elk City and Florence,
and lie anticipates a large influx of
men and capital from that great
camp to aid in the development of
our tributary mineral belts.
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Notice.
Dr. G. A. Green, dcutist,
Portland, lias decided to make his
home in Graugeville and is pre
pared to do first class work at
Portland prices.
Ulcérations, deciduous teeth, ex
posed nerves, diseased gums and
irregularities of the teeth treated
with utmost caro and skill, vul
canite, aluminum and gold plates;
also teeth without plates.
Proper care of childrens teeth
often prevents serious maliforma
tions that are almost impossible to
rectify after maturity.
Weak eyes, earaeli, neuralgia
and derangements of tho stomach
are often caused by defective teeth.
Consultation and advice free. Of
fice hours 9 a. m. to 12 m; 1 p. m.
to 5 p. m. Office, room 2, Jersey
House, Grangeville.
M. E. Church Notices.
The sermon by Rev. Williams
last Sabbath was an able one and
we believe it has made a lasting
impression.
The Thursday evening prayer
meetings are well attended. Oth
ers should come. The lessons are
in Ephesians.
The Epworth League services
will be brief, on account of the
Easter program.
There will be an Easter sermon
in the morning; text 1 Cor. 15:20,
and children's Easter exercises in
the evening.
Please bring a missionary offering.
Lecture Saturday evening, April
17, 1897.
All are welcome.
Dixie Doings.
Blaine & Co. are running a full
crew preparing their Crooked creek
placers for a big season's run.
Milhoan, Smith & Co. are still
developing their Eagle Rock quartz.
They have ruu 150 feet of tunnel
and crosscut the vein.
The Comstock Co. are preparing
their quarters for a big crew which
will be put on the Comstock in the
near future.
Bollman & Ternan were forced
to quit work on their Ajax
the water driving them out
depth of 45 feet. The sha
this vein is GJ feet wide, with no
sign of a footwall. The
strictly free milling, and of
forent character from anything
else in the camp.
Resor & Fink have suspended
work on the Badger until the snow
goes off, on account of surface
water.
Dixie will make some of you
Orangeville people open your eyes.
Florence may be big, but Dixie is
a Jumbo.
shaft,
at a
ft on
ore is
a dif
Koutcrvilie Items.
Dick Stephens and wife of Ma
son prairie were visiting ia this
neighborhood Thursday.
Martinos' advance agent
hero Friday and Monday.
Born, ono mile northwest o'here,
April 8,1897, to Herman Uhlen
koff and wife, twins.
Bonner Bros, came in witii two
loads of freight for Greving
terday.
Sweet's sawmill will start up in
the near future
George Terhaar moved his- fam
ily and household goods to the
reservation today.
Keutorville, April 13, 1897.
Notice.
There will be a meeting of the
creditors of tho Idaho Packing &
Milling Co. at the packing house
on Saturday, April 24, 189G, at
12 o'clock. All creditors should
ho present as business of impor
tance will come before the meeting.
By order of the trustees.
was
yes
Remember tho lecture at Odd
Fellows hall tomorrom night.
It will pay you to call and cx.
mine our goods before purehas- r
ing elsewhere. Wo guarantee fai
treatment.— George Brown, Stu
art, Idaho.
Pursuant to special order No. G,
dated Boise, Idaho, April 5, 1897,
there will be an electiou held at
the armory of Company "C," I. N.
G., Grangeville, Idaho, Saturday,
April 17, 1897, at 7:30 p. in., for
iho purpose of electing a 1st Lieu
tenant of said company. All mem
bers ol Co. "C" must bo present.
By order of Co. commauder.—
J. W. Murphy, Capt.
Commissioners Briscoe and Bing
man were over on the Salmon
river wagon road last week in
specting the uncompleted poition
with the view of estimating the
cost of its completion by tho
county. Assurances have been re
ceived of the completion of all the
Little Salmon division by the sett
lers and Washington county, if the
short gap on Salmon river will be
opened up by the citizens or tax
payers of this county.
A letter to the editor from
mining man in Spokane says:
"There is promise of considerable
money going into your mines from
Spokane this year. The people
hero are coming to realize that
there is money in the gold mines
of Idaho if they will only
their attention to them. Otle of
the largest operators who lives
here has told me that he intends
putting in a good deal of money
into Idaho gold mines this your.
We would like for the people of
Idaho county to talk up the rail
road matter among themselves,
and if it is generally thought best
to have public meetings to discuss
the situation, let no time b« lost.
Som e of tho officers and directors
of tho Seven Devils road will be
in Payette about tho 20th of April,
at which time work is expected to
be started. Cross sectioning of the
road is now under way and con
tracts have been signeel fc r the
first 45 miles. The time is now
ripe for a move to have the rail
road men visit this section. Let
action be taken.
a
turn
The best way to buy any
thing is to borrow it first
Get a package of Schil
ling's Best tea of your
grocer. He pays you your
money back if you don't
like it.
That's our way of lend
ing.
A Schilling & Company
San Francisco
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Denver Items.
Everybody making garden and
farmers smiiing.
Jay Rhoades narrowly escaped
drowning last week near Colum
bus. He lost six head of cattle
swimming Cottonwood creek.
The road to Nezperce is as dry
as a chip and freighters go this
way to Lewiston in preference to
the mountain, which is reported in
a very bad condition; having no
snowdrifts this year on the prairie
the roads are drying up rapidly.
Our ponds are loaded every
morning with swan, geese and
ducks.
Juo. Henderson and family soon
move to Kamiah, where Mr. H.
has secured a farm and will engage
in tho dairy business.
Miss Emma Freeman, of Cot
tonwood, visited Inez Shawley Sat
urday and Sunday.
Tho Presbyterian and Methodist
pastors exchanged pulpits Sunday.
Mrs. John G. Buescher has made
a very metripolitan display of her
millinery by a neat show window.
She now has a complete line to se
lect from.
Mrs. J. T. Hinkle and Mrs. J. J.
Pulse visited Mrs. Code and Mrs.
Davis Tuesday.
Quite a number of our resicents
visited Mt. Idaho this week.
Commissioners proceedin gs next
week.
There will be Easter services for
the Sunday school at the Episcopal
church, at eleven o'clock. Every
body invited.
Died.— At John Day creek,
April 5, 1897, Ella, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Turnbull, aged
8 months and 17 days.
Married.— At tho home of the
mother of the bride, Grangeville,
Idaho, April 11, 1897, by Rev.
Wm. C. Mitchell, Mr. J. W. Wilks
and Miss Anna Beck.
jq-OTICE TOR HOMESTEAD PROOF.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho,)
April 10 , 1807. ■
TliotnAi F. Sei)*, H. E. No. 2643.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the following
named settler has hied uottce of his intention
*0 make final proof in support of his claim,and
What said proof will be made before the Probate
Judge at Mt. Idaho, Idaho, on May 22, 1897,
Yli:
THOMAS F. 8ENS.
for the SWU NE'i and Lot« 1 and 2 See 15, and
Lot «, Sec 10, Twp 31, N. it. i, E B M.
He names the following witnesses! to prove
his continuous residence upon aud cultivation
of said land, vis:
J. B. York, Stephen I. McPherson, Robert
Farris, Benjamin C. Cowling, all of Clearwater,
Idaho county, Idaho.
B. F. Morris. Register.
SUMMONS.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEC
X oud Judicial District of the State of Idaho,
In and for the County of Idaho.
Marion S. Ford plaintiff, vs. Amelia Ford de
fendant.
The State of Idaho to Amelia Ford.
In the name of the people of the State of
Idaho: You are hereby notified that there is
now on file in the office ol the Clerk of the
District Court ol the Second Judicial District
of the State of Idaho. In and for the County of
Idaho, the complaint of Marlon 8. Ford, de
manding Judgment that he maybe divorced
from said defendant: for the custody of the
chi Id aud for such other relief aa the court
may deem proper. The particulars more fully
appearing Iu plaintiff's complaint, a certified
copy of which is served herewith and made a
part hereof, aud that uuleaa you apnea
answer said coiupb.int witbtn ten days after
the service thereof, if served within Idaho
couuty, and within twenty days if served out
of sa' a county, but wlthiu said Judicial Dis
trict, and within forty dnys if served oat of
r and
said distsict, (exclusive of tho day ol service),
judgmeul will be taken against you by default,
according to the prayer of said complaint.
Iu testimony whereof 1, A. W. Talkington
Clerk of said District Court, have
hereunto set my band find affixed
[L. S.l the Seal of said Court at Mt. Idaho
thlf 14th day of April, A. D. 1897.
A. W. Talkinoton,
Clerk of the District Court.
DERNHAM & KAUFMANN CO.
LIMITED.
Denver, Idaho.
Our goods must be disposed of as soon as
possible. No reasonable offer refused. Gol
den O sugar, 20 lbs for $1. Package tea, un
colored Japan, 25c. per pound. Green coffee,
18c. per pound. Balance of Crockery, Tin
ware, Shelf Hardware at prices below cost.
Bargains in Dry Goods and Clothing._
THE BANK OF GAMAS PRAIRIE
GRANGEVILLEy IDAHO.
The only Incorporated Bank in Idaho County.
CAPITAL STOCK: Fully Paid: $50,000
OFFIOERS:
F. W. KETTENBACH, President.
A. FREIDENRICH, Vice President.
W. W. BROWN, Cashier.
Directors: Geo. Riebold, A. Freidenrich,
Frank McGrane, Henry Wax, F. W. Ketten
b ach, James Edwards.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Money to Loan on long
and short time. Exchange bought and sold. A general
banking business transacted.
The patronage of the people of Idaho county is respectfully solicited.
HENRY WAX,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
Miner's and Prospector's Supplies a Specialty.
Grangeville, Idaho.
S.
n. GIBSON,
Jas W. Ram,
Lewi .ton.
JJE1U * WORTH,
Attorneys-at-Law.
Daniil Worn,
Orangeville
DENTIST.
Office over hardware (tore.
Orangeville, Idaho.
Practice la th« Stats and Federal Court» of
Idaho.
Orangeville,
w.
N. 8CAL.ES,
Attorney-at-Law.
H.
H.MrDERHID,
DENTIST.
Practices in all the courts except tha Pro
bate Court.
No charge for extracting where plates are
Inserted. Teeth extracted by a new and near
ly painless method. All work warranted as
represented. Office and residence cor. Coen
and Main streets.
Mt. Idaho,
Idaho.
A. HAU,,
w.
Orangeville, Idaho.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Notary Public.
JpBANK E.
rooo,
Probate business, Collections, Pensions and
all legal documents a specialty. Charges
reaso nable.
LAWYER.
Grangeville, Idaho.
H. SUEAFFEK, M, D.,
E.
Orangeville,
• Idaho
Physician and Surgeon.
J^OTICK
FOR HOMESTEAD PROOF.
Newman J. Patty, H. B. 2704.
Land office at Lewiston, Idaho,)
Notice is hereby given tha? thJ' following
named settler haa filed notifie of his tntenttan
to meke final proof In support of-hls claim,
and that said proof will be made before Jndgfi
of Probate Court at ML Idaho, Idaho, on May
24, 1897, via:
Office at City Drug Store.
Grangeville,
Idaho
F. FULTON,
R.
Attorney at Law.
NEWMAN J. PERRY,
for the 8WK 8W>i 8ec 12, T10, NR 1, E B M.
lie names the following, wttnmsea to prove
his continuous residenefi upon and cultivation
of said land, via:
nry Meyer, Frank C. Rlaley, Hugh Brady.
John H. VonBargen, all of Denver, Idano
B. F. Mo»», RegigWr.
Conveyancing end Land Business a Spec
ialty. Complete Abstract Books of Idaho
county. Office upstairs, Orange building
Orangeville, Idaho.
He
and
county, Idaho.
A. RAYMOND,
H.
Attorney-at-Law.
The best feed stables and meat
market on the reservation are kept
by Jos. Cox, atHtuart. Idaho. Mj
(•raugevUle,
Idaho
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