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It's Different In Iduiho.
It was stated in the Oregonian that the Malheur bonding bill, when it came up for passage, was in a disheveled condition, without ears or tail, after 'having been in the hands of a pack of thieves, jackals and grafters all day before its passage. However, they were forced to dig up the bill, but they didn't forget to stevl one of its pages.—Malheur Gazette. A Good Truste?) We are anxious to apprise Mr, W. J. Bryan that we have dis covered one good trust. It is the Western Retail Lumbermans' Asso ciation, and its mission is to con trol the lumber business of Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Montana, in the interest of the poor man. We almost know this to be true, because Mr. George E. Hill. Jr., vice president, says that the object of the trust is to secure low freight rates, eliminate the middle men and thereby cheapen the cost to the consumer. That has a sweet, familiar sound, like beef trust testimony before the Inter state Commerce Commission.— Caldwell Tribune. Try It! The Emmett Index publishes the following remedy for pneumonia. This receipt might work wonders in Emmett, but we know some fel lows over here that, instead of in haling, would swallow thé prescrip tion: An old German professor in Bavaria, in a practice of over forty years, had never lost a pati ent with pneumonia; his treatment gave immediate and permanent relief and was so simple as to be within the reach of all without calling in a physician. It was as follows: Make a ball of cotton about as large as a small marble, saturate it thoroughly with alcohol, then drop about six drops of chlo roform on it, then cover it lightly with dry cotton, hold to the mouth and inhale the fumes, inflate the lungs and it will open and expand every lung cell instantaneously. ^ • A Prehistoric C&ve Dwelling. A prehistoric cave dwelling has recently been discovered near Winznau, on Lake Lucerne, in Switzerland. The entrance to this cavern has been blocked for ages by the accumulation ot falling rocks and earth. Its existence be ing known, a party of antiquarians had the entrance passage into the cavern cleared of obstructions, and a grotto or series of caves, dating to the Stone period, was laid bare. A fine collection of stone imple ments, including knives, ax-heads, and spears, gigantic shells rudely ornamented, evidently drinking vessels and dishes, was discovered. In one chamber of the cavern the explorers found the remains of the bones of many extinct animals; while one section of the cave, which is believed to have been the dwell ing of an important family in the Stone age, had evidently served as a workshop for the stonecutters, for here were found many stones in the process of being shaped into implements.—Scientific American. Sleek Wanted te Winter. I have good pastures and plenty of hay. Will engage to winter stock. For prices write to R. J. Gifford, Reynolds, Idaho. Fstray Notice. Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have taken up at my rauch on Jordan Creek, below Flint, in Owyhee county, Idaho, one brockled faced, red steer, branded quarter circle three, thus t on the right hip, and ear marked with a square crop and split in the right ear. Dated at Flint, Idaho, Feb. 17, 1905. Jos. Neorini. Filed Feb. 18,1905. J. S. St Clair, County Auditor. 29-6t Order Fixing Terms of Court. In the District Court of the Seventh JudicialDistrictof the State of Idaho. Uuder aud by virtue of the authority in me vested by the statutes of Idaho, I hereby fix the terms of Court for the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho, for the year 1905, to com mence aud be held in the counties of said district as follows, to-wit: Washington county — March 14th, June 12th, October 24th. Owyhee county—May 23d,October 3d. Canyon oounty—April 4th, Septem ber 12th, November 30th. It is further ordered that this order be filed aud entered of record by the clerks of said court in each county of said district, and that the same be pub lished two consecutive weeks in a news paper published in the respective counties. Done at chambers this 16th day of February, 1906. Frank J. Smith, Judge of the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho. Filed February 18th, 1905. J. S. St Clair, Clerk. 29-2t Desert Land, Final Proof Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Boise, Idaho, February 17, 1905. Notice is hereby given that Dennis Driscoll, of Pleasant V alley, Idaho, (P. O. Jordan Valley, Oregon) has filed notice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim No. 1634, for the NEW, NU 8 EH and SWbi SEW Sec. 14, Tp. 8 ., R. 6 W., B. M., before Clerk of the Probs Court at Silver City, Idaho, on Saturday, the first day of April. 1905. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: John T. 8 hea, John C. Connors, of Silver City, Idaho; Ambrose A. Maher, P. B. Deary, of Jor dan Valley, Oregon, P.O. 6 a ce 29 HarbyJ. 8 yms, Register. Desert Land, Final Proof. Notice lor Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Boise, Idaho, February 11,1905. Notice is hereby given that Nora Linchan. of Oreana. Idaho, has filed notice of her intention to make proof for the 8 K >4 NE^, and NW^ 8 ec 29, Tp. 4 S., R. 1 W., B. M., before Clerk Probate Court at 8 ilver City, Idaho, of March, 1905. She names the following witnesses to prove "complete irrigation and reclamation of her desert land claim No. 1645 Thursday, the :40th day he said Thomas Penrose, Patrick Hardiman, of Ore ana, Idaho; John McGough, of Stiver Cits Idaho; Timothy Kennedy, of DeLamar, Idaho. Harry J. Syms, Register. 29 Notice of Guardian'* Hale Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order of the probate court of Owyhee county. Idaho, made and entered on the 12th day of De cember, 1904, in the matter of the estate of Christian Baltzer, an incompetent person, the undersigned, guardian of said estate, will sell at private sale, for cash, subject to confirmation by the probate court of Owyhee county, bids will be opeued on the 18th day of March, 1905, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the store building of the said Christian Baltzer estate, in Bruneau, Owyhee county, Idaho, the following described property, to-wit: The entire stock of general merchandise of the Baltzer estate including farm implements, machinery, lumber; also lots five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven and twelve of block three, of Bruneau City, Owyhee county, Idaho, as per plat of said city now on file in the office of the recorder of Owyhee county, Idaho; also an undivided one-half interest in and to lots , two, three and four of block 3 of Bruneau City, Owyhee county, Idaho, as per pla*. of said city now on file in the office of the recorder of said Owyhee county. Bids will be received on the merchandise alone, or on lots 5 to 12 in block 8 , to 4 in block 3, separately or jointly stock of merchandise and the lots in bl< John Mitchell, Guardian of the estate of Christian Baltzer, an incompetent person. Dated February 21, 1905. on lots 1 on the ock 3. 29-2t In the Probate Court op the County of Owyhee, State op Idaho. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Christian Baltzer, an incompetent person: It appearing to this Court, by the petition this day presented and filed by John Mitchell, guardian of the person aud estate of Christian Baltzer, an incompetent person, that it is the best interest of said estate to sell the whole i" of the remaining real estate and personal prop erty of said estate, as set forth in said petition. It is therefore ordered by this Court that all S arsons interested in the estate of saidChristian altzer, an incompetent person, appear befoie the Probate Court of snia Owyhee county on Wednesday, the 22d day of March, 1905, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the Court room of said Court, in the town of 8 ilver City, Owyhee county, Idaho, to show cause why an order should not be granted to said guardian to sell said leal estate aud personal property, as set forth in said petition, and that a copy of this order pe published three successive weeks in the Owyhee Nugget, a newspaper printed published in said county. Dated February 21st, 1905. . 29-3t R. H. Leonard, Jr J udge of the Probate Court. Notice. To whom it may concern, notice 1b hereby given : That on the 2nd Monday of April, 1905, at the regular meeting of the Board of County Commis, sioners of Canyon county, state of Idaho, U. T. Myers, administrator of the estate of J. M. Wright, deceased, will make application to said Board for authority to maintain, operate and take tolls upon a public ferry over Snake river trom a point on the north bank of aid river in lot numbered 1 , in sectiou 21 , township 3 north of range 4 west of the Boise meridian,in Canyon county, state of Idaho, in a direct line to a point, on the south bank of said river in lot numbered 6 of said section in Owyhee county, state of Idaho, Dated this 24th day of January. 1905. C. T. Myers, Administrator of the estate of J. M. Wright, deceased Feb. 17,1905—5t Notice of Forfeiture. To Joseph Parnigotty. his heirs and assigns ; hereby notified that we have pended, during the year 1904, in labor and im provements upon the Richmond. Oro Fino, Gold Mountain, Silver Mine, North Star, Morn ing Star, and Blue Jacket mining claims, known as the Sugar Loaf Group, situated in French Mining District, Owyhee county, state of Idaho, the sum of Seven Hundred Dollars ; that such expenditure was made in order hold the saidclaims, under the provisions of section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, and amendments thereto, concerning labor upon mining claims, being the required to hold the said claims lor the period ending December 31, 1904, and if, within ninety days from the service of this notice jor within ninety days after this notice by publication), you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as co-owuer, your interest (being an undivided one-fourth interest iu said claims) will become the property scribers, under said section 2324. ■ Dated at Silver City, Idaho, January 4 1905. Barney Francisco John Oliver Barney Quarrel First pub. iu Nugget Jauuary 6,1905. you to amount of the sub Nette« of Forfeiture. To FRANK TREMMEL, his heirs and assigns: You are hereby notified, that I have expand ed, during the years of 1908 and 1904, in labor and improvements upon the September mining claim situated on Florida mountain, in Carson mining district. Owyhee county, state of Idaho, the sum of two hundred dollars; that such ex penditure claim under the provisions of Section 2324, Re vised Statutes of the United States, and amend ments therelo, concerning labor upon mining claims, being the amount required to hold the said claim for the period ending December 31, 1904, and if, within ninety days from the ser vice of this notice, (or within ninety days after this notice by publication), you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expendi ture as a co-owner, your interest, (being an un divided one-third interest in said claim), will become the property of the subscriber, under said Section 2324 Dated at Silver City, Idaho, February 14,1905, JChech Holland, First pub. in Nugget Feb. 17,1905. made in order to hold the said Allas Hammons. In the .Justice's Court of Silver City Precinct. Owyhee County. Idaho. J. B. Rodriguez, plaintiff, vs. Oscar Ceder borg, and Albert Cederborg, partners, doing business under the firm name and style of Cederborg Bros., defendants. The State of Idaho sends greeting to Oscar Cederborg and Albert Cederborg, partners, doing business under the firm name and style of Cederborg Bros., defendants. You s hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by said plaintiff, in the said Justice 7 ^ Oonrt. and to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff filed therein, within ten days (exclu sive of the day of aervice' after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county ; or if served out of this county but within this Judicial District, within twenty days; or if served elsewhere, within forty days. The said action is brought to recover the sum of 1147.00 now due and owing from you to plaintiff on the purchase price of four horses and two wagons sold and delivered to you by plaintiff, at your special instance and request, on or about the 20th day of June, 1904; and the further sum of 150.00 on a certain promissory note made and delivered by you to one D. D. McDonald, on June 25th, 1904, of which said note said plaintiff is now the owner and hold er; and the further sum of $8.35 for hay and grain sold and delivered to you by plaintiff, at your special instance and request, between the 1st day of July, 1904, and the 31st day gusr. 1904. an more fully appears by the com plaint on file herein, a certified copy of which is served herewith. And you are notified that if you fail to and answer said complaint as above required, said plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of $209.35, together with costs. Make legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this 26th day of Jan uary, 1905. of Au B : R. 8 . Hawes, Justice of the Peace, 8 ilver City Precinct, Owy hee County, Idaho. J. F. Nugent, Attorney for Plaintiff First pub. in Nugget Jan. 27,1905. Notice of Forfeiture. To THOMAS U. MYER, his heirs and as signs : are hereby notified, that we have ex pended, during the year of 1904, in labor and Improvements upon the Floradora mining claim, situated in Carson mining district, Owyhee county, state of Idaho, the sum of hundred dollars; that such expenditure was made in order to hold the said claim under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, and amendments thereto, concerning labor upon mining claims, being the amount required to hold the said claim for the period ending December 31. 1904, and if, within ninety days from the service of this no tice, (or within ninety days after this notice by publication ), you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as a co owner, your interest, (being an undivided third interest in said claim), will become the property of the subscribers under said Sectiou 2324. Dated at Silver City, Idaho, January 4,1905. R. H. Leonard, Jr. E. J. Burrough, Sr. First pub. in Nugget, January 6,1905. OWYHEE CHIEF Cigar Factory PETER STEELE Proprietor 5« LEADING BRANDS Owyhee Chief Red Legs Marca Veulta Steele's Latest Santa Mara La Importe Dc Cuba La Perla SILVER CITY, IDA Livery Barn Feed Stables I I I ( I ( » ( I » i I I I ► I I I I I Good Horses and Rigs. Job Teams to carry freight to all surround ing Camps. : : I » I ► I ► I ► COAL. HAY AND GRAIN I I I FO R| SALK » Wheat for Chicken Feed Oardner Bros*. Silver City I I Advertise in NUGGET Ghe IDAHO HOTEL SILVER. CITV. IDAHO - Stage Office and First-class in Appointments Wells, Fargo & Co. Express the Hotel J* Sample rooms for Salesman CONNORS «a EVANS. Proprietors The Capttol Hotel « » BOISE CITY , IDAHO FIRST-CLASS THROUGHOUT HEADQUARTERS FOR OWYHEEITES E-RAJVJL 3LACJC/AC£R. Manager G-eorge G. Sampson -RROPRIETOR OF MURPHY, SILVER CITY, DEWEY and DELAMAR STAGE LINES The best facilities for transportation between the railway ter minus to aud from Silver City, DeLamar, or other points in Owyhee. Keep good mountain rigs, with good stock and Careful Drivers. Stables at Silver City and Murphy George O. Sampson Proprietor - OWYHEE COUNTY BANK « ft Bibbirts-Myer C®'s Bid'«. j SILVER CITY,-IDAHO Receives Deposits subject to Check. Buys and sells Exchange, time De Interest Paid P08lts. Timothy Shea, Cashier on The DEWEY DAIRY ar*Pure Cream and Milk delivered every morning to Silver City and other camps. I I Bottle System Adopted. » A. W. McCLUNG, Proprieto r l. » I c ► I An old and established quiet and homelike resort with the best of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc. JOHN M. BRUNZELL, JR. Granite Block, Silver City. i « OPENING OP ft ft I Silver Citij Music | j ! j| apd Dapcip^Scbool! ROBERT BALLOT, Director, f . of ft Graduate of Royal Academy of Music Berlin, Germany. =J! Music taught in the following Branches: » Piano, Organ, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Guitar, Mandolin, Clar ionet, Cornet, Trombone, jj Counterpoint, Harmony, Com- ^ position, Instrumentation, Ar ranging and Voice Culture. Î Italian Method.ft ft DANCING LESSONS * I Will open under charge of Miss Maggie Cavenay. For Terms enquire at BALLOT'S HALL. 4 Formerly Larson's Store. 4 Miners' Exchange SALOON Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, etc. NELSON & ROOD Proprietors. SILVER CITY, IDAHO