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Application for Patent.
Notice No. 313.
rmio Srin« Laud Orncx,
Hailet. Idaho, Augtut 18,1890.
Notice U hereby given that the Champion Gold
■ml Sliver Mining Company, ■ corporation <lul}
organized under the lawa of the state ol luwa.
with ita principal office at Matcheater. Iowa, by
Ita attorney-lu-fact, 1. N. Sullivan, — hoae post
office address la Halley. Alturaa county. Idaho,
hai made application for a United Sines latent
10 MANCHE9TEB LODE MINING CLAIM AND
situate in Mineral Hill Mining Dlalrlct, Alturaa
sta* of idXo. Vonal«lt.ng of i» linear
-....., ----------------- — „
; eaat 90:18 I-lo feet and Irons corner No. 1 Mill Bite.
I the curner to Sections t. 5. 8 ana 9. Town hip 2
. north Ksnge 17 east, besr* south 35 degrees II min
1 utu.irn second, eaat was no feet; thence south
teet ox the lode, and surface ground COO feet wtde
b.lug Lot *,o. 94 A and B and described in the
geld notea and plat of the official aurvey on file In
thia office, with magnetic varlaticn at 18 degreea
and 30 mlnutea eaat aa folli.wa:
Deacrlptton of the Mancheater Lade Mining
Claim. Survey 819 A, Lot 94 A.
Commencing at the dlacovery atake. thence north
;i» degreea 45 mlnutea eaat 193 feet to the northerly
centre end atake; thence north 63 degreea 15 min
utes west 300 feet to corner No. 1. whence comer
No. 4 of Narrow Gange No 2 Lode claim. I ait39.
Identical with corner No. 2 of Ecltpee Lod*, Lot
41. both claimed by John V. Ferwell, tears north
63 degreea IS mlnutea weat HE feet; thence aouth
53 degreea 15 mlnutea eaat 60U feet to corner No. 2;
thence south 3z degreea 45 mlnutea weet 1393 teet
to c.rner No. 3. whence the H Section corner be
tween Sections 9 and 10. Township 2 north. Range
17 eaat. bears toulh 7 degreea 44 minutes east
790 7.10 feat; thence north 63 degrees 15 minutes
west 300 feet to southwest enter end stake and 500
feet to corner No. 4; thence north 32 x-egreea 45
minutes eaat 1.193 feet to corner No. 1 and place of
beginning aurvey of exterior boundirv of this
claim, including an area of 19 141 1050 acres ap
plied lor. No conflicts.
Description of Manchester Mill Site, Survey No.
819 B, Lot No. 94 B. _ ,. ,
Beginning at corner No 1. which la identical
with corner No. 1 Wads Walla Mill Site, Survey
818 B. whence corner No. 1 Mancheater Lewis Claim,
Survey 819 A, bears jouth 39 degrees 31 minutes
63 uegrecs lu mlnutea weat 660 feel to corner No
2 theuce north 2 degrees weat 260 feet to corner
No 3- thence north 63 dtgrees 10 mlnutea eaat 650
feet to vomer No. I; thence south 2 degreea eaat
to earner No. 1 and place of beginning survey of
exterior boundary of thia mill site, including an
area of 3 4381500 acres applied for. No conflicts.
The said mining claim and mill site being of
record In tbe offi. e of the Recorder ol said min
lug dlalrlct at Hulley, in Alturaa county, Idaho.
The neareal known location being tbe Narrow
Gauge No. 1 lode claim.
W. T. RILEY, Register.
I direct that this notice be published in the
Wood IIivkb Times, tne newspaper published
nearest the said mining claim, lor the period of
sixty days W. T. RILEY. Register.
Application lor Patent.
Notice No. 324.
United States Land Office,
Uailkx, Idaho, August 18, 1890.
Notice is htreby given that lh© Champion Gold
and Silver Mining Companv, a corporation organ
ised under the lawa of the Stale of Iowa, with Us
rincipa) office at Mancheater. Iowa, by I N. Sul
livan, ita attorney.In fact, whoae poatofflee addresa
la Hailey Alturaa county, State of Idaho, has
made application lor a Uutted States Patent for
WALLA WALLA LODE MINING CLAIM AND
,1 Unite tn Mineral Hill Mining Dletrict. Alturaa
ciiuuty, Htkte of Idaho, couaiating ol 1500 linear
feet of the lode, and surface ground 600 feet wide,
being Lot No 93 A and B and described in the
Meld notes ana plat of the official aurvey on tile in
thia office, with magurtic variation at 18 degreea
30 mlnutea eaat. aa follows:
Description of the Walla Walla Lode Claim. Sur
vey No. 818 A, Lot No. 93 A.
Commencing at beginning at the discovery,
thence u. rth 66 degreea 20 mlnutea welt 7E0 feet
to northwest center end atake; theuce south 34 de
groea 40 minute, weat 300 feet to corner No. I;
■ hence north 31 d greia to minutes east 1.00 teet to
corner No. 2, whence tbe corner cumniou to Sec
tions 4. 5, 8 and 9. Township 2 north. Range 17
eaat, bear, north 84 degreea 57 mi ,utes east 691
feet; thence south 55 degreea 20 mtuutea eaat 1500
faet to corner No. 3; theuce south 34 degeeea 40
mlnutea weat 300 feet to aoutheaat centre eud
Make and 600 feet to coiner No. 4; thence
north 53 degreea 20 mlnutea weat 1500 feet to cor
ner No. 1 and place of bcgitiLlng aurvey of exte
rior boundary of said claim, including an area of
20 661-lOuO acres, the >.rea applied for. No con
flicts. Claim situated in Sections 8 and 9, Town
ship 2 north. Range 17 eaat.
Description of Walla Walla Mill Site, Survey
818 B. Lot 93 B.
Beginning at corner No. 1, whence the corner to
Sections 4, 5. 8 and 9, Township 2 north. Range 17
eaat, bears south 35 degreea 11 minutes 35 seconds
eaat 5.14.3 610 feet, and whence corner 2 of Walla
Walla Lode Claim, Survey 818 A, bean aou'.h 27
degrees 57 mlnutea east 4739 5-10 feet; ihenci
south 2 degreea east 330 feet to corner No. 2
thence south 63 degrees 10 minutes weat 660 feet
to corner No 3; thence north 2 d.greea weat 330
feet to Corner No. 4; thence north 63 degreei
mlnutea eaat 6ial feel to .oruer No. 1 and plac
beginning aurvey of exterior boundary of this
Mill Site, containing all area of 4 53a 1000 acres
applied for. No conflicts, said mill site is situ
sled In Section 6, Towuahip 2 north, Range 17
The said mining claim and mill alte bring of
record In the office of the Recorder of aaid mining
Uiatrict at Hailey, in Alturaa county, Idaho. The
nvarrat known location being the Narrow Gauge
No 2 Lode Claim
W. T. KIT.EY, Register.
I direct that t'aia notice be published in the
Wo- d It tv KB Timfs, the newspaper published
uearest the said mining cl im, for the period of
aixty ua\*. W. T. KILLY, ltegtster.
Application for a Patent.
NOTICE No 320.
United States Land Office,
Hailet, Idaho, July 30,1890
Notice is hereby given that the Big Camas Gold
Milling Company, a corporation duly orgauized
and existing under and by virtue of the laws
tha Territory of Utah, with ita principal office
the city and county of Sait Lake, iu said T*rri
tory, and doing business iu the county of Logan,
State of Idaho, by its attorney in-fact W. H Watt
whose post office adorers is Hailt y, Alturas
comity, Idaho, haa made application for a United
States i stent tor the
BIG CAMAS LODE MINING CLAIM AND
situate in Section 18. Township 1 north. Range 17
east, and on unsurveyed land in Township 1 north.
Range 1ft east, Boise Meridisu. Mineral Hill Min
ing Distriet, Logan (formerly Altur s) county,
Idaho, consisting of 1500 lii ear feet of the lode
and surface ground 014) feet wide, being Lot No. 44
A and B ami described iu the field notes and plat
of the official survey on file m this office, with
magnetic vat iation at 18 degrets and 30 ui nutes
eaat. as follows:
inscription of the "Big Camas" lode claim, Lot
44 A, Survey 839 A.
Beginning at the initial point, being the place
where the notice of thia location was originally
posted, running thence north 25 degrees east 300
feet to corner No I; thence south 25 degrees
weat COO feet to corner No 9; thence uortti 76 de
grees 34 minutes w« at 1500 teet to corner No. 3;
theuce north 28 degree* eaat 600 fe* 11 j cerner No.
«, thence south 76 degrees 34 minutes eaat 1600
feet to corner No. I and place of beginning survey
of exterior boundaries of thia claim Including
an nrea of 20 242-l(«00 a res applied for. No con
flicts From cormr No. 3 the sruthwtst corner of
Section 1'. Township 1 north. Range 17 • h»|, bears
south 28 degrees 21 minutes ♦ ast 59a 5 10 f*et.
From corner No. 4 corn* r No. 1 of Lot 44 B bears
south 7ft degr* es 34 minutes west 70 feet
I VJJSTSS b' Ca "-" Mil1 8i "'^"1
- nf , s »,.t,^
ft degree* 34 mimi cs west 570 feet to corner N
| thence north 13 degrees 26 minutes rest 382 1-10
j fett t* corner No. 3; thence south 7G degrees 34
i minutes e st 570 feet to corner No. 4: theuce south
IS degrees 211 miuut* s west 382 1-10 feet to corner
No. 1: and place of beginning survey of exterior
boundaries of mill site Including an area of 5
acre« ai plied for No conflicts.
Freni Oarner No. 1 the southwest corner of Sec
tion 1*. Township 1 north. Range 17 ea.;t. bears
j aouti* 2 degrees trj minutes west 1054 9 10 feet
From corner No 1 corner No. 4 of survey 839 A
benrs north 76 degrees 34 minutes west 70 feet.
The shid mining claim ami mill sitebtingof
j rec* rd iu the office ot the fount) Recorder o f ani l
1 mining district at Shoshone, iu the county of
1 Logxn and State of Idaho.
The uearest known locations being the "Grid
I Point*' and "Big Camas Fraction" lode mining
J Any end all persons cl si mi ng adversely auy por*
} tion of the said "Big Camas" l.*de miring daite,
mill si*e or surface ground, are required to fll
• their adverse clatms tb. r* I • with the Register of
the l inte l States Land Office at Hailey, State of
! Idaho, within the sixty days' publication thereof,
| or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions
i of the Statute in such cases made and p-ovlded.
W. T. RILEY. Register
I direct that the foregoing notice «.f application
I for patent be published f««r the period of sixty days
in the Wood Riven Pan.* Times, a newspaper
published at Hailey. Idxho, Wing the newspaper
published uearest said claim
W. T. RILEY. Regi-ter.
First publication July 30, lir.O.
W. B. Warj, attorney for rklmaat.
w"" >• **»■
Th, Terrilorv of Idaho sends greetlr g to Regl.
Yon* see hereby required to appear in an actio.
ivJnaht laalnat yonbJ the above name/* plaintiff,
^Ttb* District Court of the
trlct of the Territory of Idaho. In and for the
Countv of Alturaa. and to anawer tte wnulalnt
filed iberein, within ten dayi lexcln-lva of the
rt.v of aervlce), after the service on you of thia
Summons—if served on you within
or If served ont of this ccnnty.but In *"■
trlct within twenty days: otherwise within forty
days—or default will be taken against Ton.
The said action la brought to dlaaolve tha brnda
of matrimonv, heretofore and now existing be
tween plalntitr and defendant, for »
Mttorner fee and for costs of anil alleging that
said parties were duly married at Sail Lake City.
Utah; about tha 28th day of January. 1687. That
for more than one year last past defendant has
failed to provide for the plaintiff the common
neersaartee of life, because of his Idleness, prof
UsacT dissipation and hsbitusl Intemperance,
the facta more fully sppesrina tn plaintiff* com
plaint on 111*, to mhi< h reference la hereby made.
And you are hereby notified that If yon fail to
appear and answer the aaid complaint, a* above
quired. tne aaid plaintiff will take d» fault and
ply to the Court for the relief demanded in aaid
Given under my hand and tha Seal of tha Dia*
trlct Court of the 8*cond Judicial Dla
- , trlct, of the Territory of Idaho, in and
[ ) for the County of Alturaa. thia 23d day
seal. ( of July, in the year of our Lord one thou
' 1 sand eight hundred and ninety.
1 __ SOL. HASBROL'Ck,
Clerk of the District Court.
Bv E E. Richaeds. Deputy Clerk.
Vir. Bieeboweb. Plaintiff's Attorney.
Notice for Publication,
Land Office at Hailey. Idaho.
September 13th, 1890.
Notice ia hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of hia intention to make
final proof in support of hia claim, and that aaid
proof will be made before the Regiater and Re
ceiver at Hailey, Idaho, on November 1, 1890, rix
Jeremiah Kelleher, of Hailey, Idaho, for tbe aouth
half of the northeast quarter, and the north half of
the southeast quarter of Section twelve, Towuahip
le south. Rang seventeen eaat.
He names the following witnesses to prova hia
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Daniel Reardon. Fred. Anterimth,
Henry lenkina, and George Huffman, ail of Belle*
y person who deaires to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any sub
stantial reason, under the law and the regulations
of the Interior Department, why auch proof
should not he all- wed, will be given an opportu
nity at the above-mentioned time and place to
cross-examine the witnesses of aaid claiman*, and
to wtfer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by
W. T. RILEY, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Hailxy, Idaho,
Sept. 10th, 1890.
Notice la hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of hia intention to
make final proof iu support of hia claim, ard that
aaid proof will be made before the Regiater and
Receiver at. Hailey, Idaho, on October II, 1890,
viz: Emil W. Zaspel, for the southwest quarter of
the northeast quarter, the went half of tbe south
east quarter, and the southeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of Section twenty-seven. Town*
ahip one north. Range thirteen eaat.
He names the following witnesses to prove hia
continuous residence up *n, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Lewis La Vake, Joseph Jones,
John Wandrashek, and M. L. Davts, of Corral
W. T. RILEY. Register.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Hailey. Idaho,
Sepiember It, 1890.
Notice is hereby given that the following*
nam<*d settler bus filed notice of hia intention
make ft ii m 1 proof in support of hia claim, and that
said proof will be made before tha Register and
Receiver at Hailey. Idaho on October 21, 1890. viz
John FI aiigau, for the east half of >ha novtheast
quarter the southv est quarter of the northeast
quarter, and the a* utbeast quarter of the north
w st quarter of Section thirty-four. Township one
nth, Range fifteen east.
he names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz: Charles Kerras, of Hailey, Idaho,
William Gulliford, J»rry Peck, and Eliaha Ham
mer, of Crichton, Idaho.
Any person who desire* to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
substantial reas< n, under the law and the regu
lations of the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will be given an op
portunity at the above mentioned time and place
to cross-examine the witnesses of claimant, and
to offpr evidence iu rebut al cf that submitted by
* W. T. RI! EY, Register.
having rented the Pin
ney ranch, is prepared
to pasture both horses
and cows, by the day,
WEEK OR MONTH, and
will corral the horses
mornings from 6 to ^
o'clock, and evenings
fl orn 5 to 7 o'clock.
Hailey, Idaho, June 23, 1890.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Hiisinpss, I am r-ady to attend to ail
work in that line.
Also to Sell and Deliver
COAL and WOOD,
TO CLEAT ALLEYS AND STREETS, —
»mt do whatever odd. jobs there', a doIUr in.
CSZCAG0 SCALE C3
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for making fancy baeketa, wall-pocketa, bracketa, ueedla work, McbrUdery, etc., etc., prolnifliaf
elegantly tin atrated.
4. THE LADY OF THE LAKE. By Sir Walter Scott
6. STANDARD LETTER WRITER for ladies and gentlemen; a comglets gold# to corrupt***
7. WINTER EVENING RECREATIONS, a large rellection of Acting Charades. Tableau,Oua
Puzxlea, etc., for octal gatherings, private theatricals, and evenings at boms; illustrated.
9. BOW TO MAKEOCLTRY AY.
10 . FIFTY-SEVEN O ULAR BALLADS.
11. manners AND CUSTOMS ia Far Away Lands.
12. SIXTEEN COMPLETE STORIES, embracing lore, hamerona and deteetira, atortca at
life, oi adventure, of railway life, eta.
13. THE BUDGET, af Wit, Bumoi and Fan, funny atonaa, sketches, anecdote,, poeui, u4
14. USEFUL KNOWLEDGE for the Million; a handy beak of useful Information lor ,11; II!
16. CALLED BACK. A navel. By Hugh Conway.
16. AT 1HE WORLD'S MERCY. By Florence Warden.
17. MILDRED TREY ANION. By "Tha Duchess, " author af Molly Bawn," eta.
18. DARK BAY8. A novel. By Hugh Conway.
19. THE MYSTERY' OF THE HOLLY TREE. A novel. By the author af "Dora Tha„
20. SHADOWS O THE 8KOW. A novel. By B. L. Farjeou.
21. THE OKAY WOMAN. A novel. By Mrs. Gaakell.
22. THE FROZE DEEP. A novel. By Wilkie Collina.
23. RED COURT FARM. A novel. By Mra. Henry Wood.
24. I CUPID'S NET. A novel. By the author of "Dora Thorne."
26. BACK TO THE OLD HOME. A naval. By Mary Cecil Hay.
26. JOH BOWERBAK'B WIFE. A novel. By Mlaa Muloak.
27. LADY GWEDOLIE'S DREAM. A novel. By the author of "Dare Thorne" ale
28. JASPER DAE'S SECRET. A novel. By MlssM. K, Braddon.
29. LEOLINE. A novel. By Mary Cecil Hay.
30. GABRIEL'S MARRIAGE. A novel. By Wilkie Collins.
31. REAPING THE WHIRLWIND. A novel. By Mary Cecil Bay.
39. DUDLEY CABLEON. A navel. By Mlaa M. E. BraddoE.
33. A. GOLDEN DAWN, A naval. By tha author of "Dora Tboras.' ala
34. VALERIE'S FATE. A naval. By Mra. Alexander.
35. SISTER ROSE. A novel. By Wilkie ColUaa.
36. AE. A navel. By Mra. Henry Wood.
37. THE LAUREL BUSH. A navel. By Mlaa Mulock,
38. AMOS BARTEN. A novel. By George Eliot*.
Is The Leadin Pauer of Idako*
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