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eiser, Council, Meadows and Warren
r have a roof FIELDS and to reach Central Idaho GOLD over your head every night. WAY ONLY V * St» te 6 ♦ Gran^fcville / M+. Idaho V I tf X > WSWhiteWd X" ft: TK N<* ■\ * * »Wmf» o Sca^e ^2 -^o ,/Htc^ 4M 4 * / ^'=L «Î - ^ < i % »Lucille v \\\% c \\' ^ \ r.AJz^JL* V // \ ■-r i^lUx 7'7 rir \VV l ! '41 « , -y Öw^*"/5 V 6 off N v -\ ... %^/ y - •""MM / <? f ✓ I / v X Sh«*f> lf\' o j \ y (0 ✓ .>w v N r* x .V pollocK \ 4/ */ * ■ \ •-'M f 0 ? // * ST r$ r>? V * •J , o Or ^ \\U/y > ,1. corv* r c * m P '•i. "X 6 X 8 ^P«< -V y . it. 0 cT y . ■ V; \V\ \\v ' v 'l| 0 I , 1 ,-K • /, £ ■ '/ "t vtr — ! ! I A ■f 7 jP ,x a. >d v V'^« Mil . orè ^ Ai-, r«».* , * . ■# '' i,y fer ^ . NT '^cK \ I J //ypSN * 9^ ^7i ' V /£°-7° 7 *r I : /(. ,W\ . V I h p ' ,* y a^' A //v^X 4 \ |U> c 1/^ ; \U 5*5 @uppcf Lîlie \\v I / V <y V>c / \ T ' Vf / / V V. ./•■• \ 1 ' ^ U 9*r^ ! } ck >/ ) C r.««jr 'tbr* ■ ■ Vi r! u V/ v V \ •■ N r a«'* 5 H s^Wv X r ; s' r '*i c - i 5 Sfer. r . v'M -X ' "/A-' 4^ 'I % X PA\Ef r£ 1 LAKES >V/ )f"y y •i 'V? >§** !!//,(&£ M'r \y>/y y" ■!//. X S 7i /, s I yj/t y/n X7v m\N' //; y -V/Xé : I , )rr ^oÆ JXém v*>r' r * A * '>'/ : (7., . ; //, 'v > \ l X v "i; : - ,N\\\'l// /1 ** v \ 'LsrA c ■//Hr I r y s. 'l, \. > 1 ) -,■ "V/ y \' ! V <6^ ^is 1 I » r ' ^\> s\\ fcCOUNCJL Vp ■'■///\\" A •*/ Vx ; /, Al by V - 1 '1/ #X'. ; 'X *vv X r ; &/IV" h"'" ■ / y v<C V v . A -'"y> » '/fn\ Pc f » V y 7/ INS Ro^fberV-L^ k\ ■Xsx X x vl '/ y' 't Xf^' PXP11 ...... 7pri 1,,/ %7p^I///yp?' y\\M!//^y 11 ^7 .,, .• it "yyx (/7'Xi'lX <■ / S 0 ! U " MC >Æ xy^\k, ■ ~ * : wm 4 " '■! A \V xV X. \ V P lH Basin X x N. y/i\S . > v V Cambridge J/< »m, 7 'X X b,.X;3 -■ / I : V y \ / N i4^V' •v . / // S'TN: •» - \ ll / l ' / l* '' V ' A A x / )l <&A V 7 .V I / / / / 1 / liddte\&Uty ; X * / > I l' I ^tr Cr*»» I f d S 0« V / * Sy i I « // 4r. oV 0■ \' t tîSÏL tV \ -7 ^ Oik 7/ e f l'/ 1 '' ^'Win V/, cW^ ' n»" ting //f \ x '. V *0/^ , . . $}/ $ ■/ ' /, , a '7//iV >« WEISEH -*a . <s v v ■ « \ » VULCAN 'S/(i\< - : ■. / fi\\"T / 7n \' n K S4 «y < 4 ] Ä :>* vr STv-^y'i.' V?///7/x' ;< s y/ >« // y PaycHe 0 v / ', Ban«^ v 7 / / //; i >ac^' ' V^" v? 'X/// X/y/ '" > 7^ fr «l' k 77 rx'%' I r X A \\ v \ 4i A \ ' Xv ; r ft ; 17/ <o > S' s \ o s Sr, v/--' 'akp'Cyiu \v" s - -,x'>>^/i X'/"// \V yx\\\., imelV X jruv ~ \ i / I \ X irraa cs>) 7 The attention of the entire country is turning to the wonderful new gold field« •< of Thunder Mountain haring opened tk« s . ■ x - V/A.,^ PV - Xx, Central Idaho, the great and fabulous mines world to the mineral possibilities of that part of the atate. 1 ' 7 // eyes of the mining So many inquiries are made regarding the topography of the country and tb« into the district that the above authentic map of the interior part .»V BOtSI various ways of getting of life state, and the two most available routes, are herewith published. 1 » o « » « peci.ll,, U> re .eh .be coveted terri.or,, b„. interest tbe Urge nnmber (e.t.m.trd by .□ orme Titnrs are other avenues by which it is possible, in summer the one fr»m Council offers the means of access most likely to Persons to be 20,000 to 30,000) who will rush in with the opening of spring. The difficulties are so many over the various possible trails that tbe es which this travel will • necrssarily'go are most inquired about. . L ftnf1 nffprB the best facilities for Of even the summer routes, the one from Council is the most and «fferw the hest r^cil.t.es •'etching the section where the discoveries are being made. From Boise the distance is mi es Meunla a and takes one over seven high ranges, which cannot be crossed until late in t e season an And during the past winter no one has been able to travel any other -ute, except mDg Of the distance from Boise, 100 one over by -»now early in the fall. * v e-y f„w from Stites, nor will this condition change much before July. Hie first of November last hare been compelled to come out via Council. ««tiles is wagon road and 86 miles pack trail. From any finds few difficulties in going In early or getting out late. From Weiser the P. & I. N. ^ »J ' 'V* «' « over 0regoD 8to „ Li „ fc , Wei „ r . P™«^ n mUe> u Co „„ ci |. From Council n clnil, .tng. t.ken yon to Mondown and from Mendown line of hacks will carry traveler* to Warren from whence packers can be hired Parties after June 1st a daily passenger to take outfits to Thunder Mountain using pack animals do not wait for the opening of wagon traffic but are now going i with K a „ ima , 8 . This is ihe only wav io reach the famous Seven Devils, Black Lake and Rapid River districts■ ß bj ^ passes the wonderful new districts of Marshal Lake, Smith Creek and Big Creek strikes. War By^ ^ ^ ^ on any olber tr|lU . _ Supplies of all kinds can he purchased cheaply at Weiser, Cambridge, Salubria, Council, Moadr Warren on this route. so that via Council it will be possible to pay fare all the way. in. and have been all winter, ows or vj»'