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THE KET6HUM KEYSTONE.
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Lntcredat tin* I'ostoffiee at Ketch
I. T a*second flat*« mutter.
Hill,
town ti minus.
\ tittle blustery thin evening.
Prospectors ilttily arriving from the ;
hilt*.
Baxter Hull iH going up
The new
rapidly,
spring chicken at the Hon Ton IL'«* I
murant.
Blegiml diamond pint utBeifY - » from
$"> to *,Kio. *
New milk for wile in any quantity nJ the
Mott T«n Bestanrunt.
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j*how-<Twte Sltal with the j
choice»! cigar* tit McLennan'».
M, C. MeL*»imB ktwsp* all kind« of tr*- ]
imrtstt cigar* and Muoknnt* urtleln*.
Col. K Green, ot the 1*. M. X. S. Co., j f|(K
*H>tr«nHl from sun Kpsncliteo Sunday |
evening.
A net*
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A B,«,thse..lslHuted -uvai Brandef ,<>ne
jr,;,, m «V p.unmy on ice a» «ud
lim Bon Ton Restaurant. * j I'c
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Waltham * patent dust- proof v.niche* j
These i
It. Iteiffs.
just received «t J.
watches are perfectly dust-proof.
Mr. Dlefcetnmu, of IffekensoH & Brant.
Ids, visited Kef chum yesterday w ith Ids
They w ere guests at the Philadel
phia Co'» parlor*.
(>. Peek A (
a steam MW, i
o.nlw.
wife.
•i. have come to town with j hh
nd are prepared to saw up : jt
1 ill any lots from live to five
baud red cords. Leave orders at, tin- j
iiiachiue or at the store of Pink bum A the
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t ft). Brand head came down from Saw ; tons
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tlh y> elerdwy mid report* Ids w ife do
; well under tr. anient of Hr. Hill of
The Colonel himself was prêt- j
Mr brulMsl in the runaway neej- : the
rioit-ly. will le the boy this
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\ leuna
. t v li
lent, but not
aped unhurt,
Might miners additional have been ,lu
.rk on the Mlkhoi'll mine, mak- 1
ing
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put to
•I g a told force of thirty -eight miners, j
a o are informed tied operation* on the
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Klkhoru w ilt be pusbuit with all possible
the next month or six weeks, ■
tore# fur
at the
olid of widen Mut« tin* regular j
will Im red need about nno-Jiulf, to I
a* wimtr fori*»*.
vow
A.
weather
Un inu thin
the
afflicted it patient world j
Venimr,
prophet, hai
other weather prediction, w hich j
by
•'The nuthnin will lie wet
1* iw follow»
No »now at end of year,
mild mid open,
A rather
weather afterword
October, but open
.b.tiual v, IHHi, wet
severe
Unusual warmth for winter j to
*-od open
(tflHH!, No fee, <«r hardly any,''
for the author of
*t Violets' «let "Unly a i'aliZV
The author of "Hi
Here is » w arnilq
tHint mV
Bit
if I
is an inmate
«ira vc is Kept Green
eiiitentiary.
Contagious ;
he Indiana
•.<• calls toi
That
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heroie treatment,
hi I
„huold be no ilonbt. !
e renter 1
dise
"lUhiglOU* lucre
Kvorybody has caught win to ti
,r ic** teverity.
Rev George Ritchie, Mrs. J. H. J
the Misses i'rawford, I
,.ml Uluney Lewis I
un in Hailey Monday
Halt Lake (Tty. Mr. Hit- j
ill rcnuriti there for a few iliiva !
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EilhAlu and sou,
\Y. (',. Mellow ell
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I.V.I...I Ile. t
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veiling for
, i,it, H nd tlm other* will pa«» mi; Mrs. | an
Chi
their i
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nan and Clancy I,ew :* t
tite MIhmh Crawford to
hume lu A name*
Howell to lu* home in Dayton, Ohio.
The departwl on#»
known in Ketchum *
departure is much reg
wishes art* with them.
Hit*
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a low«, amt Wilev Me* I
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all well
uH-Uitv, und their '
retted Our best
»«»ri!
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i, ol Sawtooth, thus
*# to the Halt Lake Tribune; "i ]
*# mi item In tliv Daily Tribune, of :
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Wth nit into, bended Sawtooth Mines.
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rein it »toted Hud the Minnie Alto !
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». "*.• Hemm. Iiml -«MtU
i , J < 1 ,Tit 1 I!', of til'd oh>,s HI,d the
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ore at tin- Coliim !
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le.« Jt Beaver mill, the largest going 442 i
Thi* »tateiueiit is not correct. j
* referred to above came from
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Brosdhe
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I'eotld
Tbt
the Kurekn mi
tiy known iu the |
pnnln
thin
will make
1 tm*t y du
eur
rsilltliUuîW I
M
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The Weather
i 4 # we!
*k v clear, the at new
i* til licit a laut
ver rejoices to
ip!
pitre
t !
. ..mtition. Ail WikmI Hi
(•*4 that a gisst long Indian summer has
«-t tu, and the teumliig. milling amt
miffing indtutries sre given n new i«u
ou every haml.
We muv now
month ar <4x weeks
et
KRifdy wrtlfit
kà th«'*
#n n
IN FULL BLAST!
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fust Opened, the Largest and Most Complete Stock of
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5
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CHANDELIERS, LAMPS &C„
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THAT EVER CAME TO KETCHUM.
Call and see us, and if you don't get better goods and lower
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prices than you ever had before, then our name is not
COFFIN BROS.
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f|(K BALTIMORE »BOtJP BOS Mill
The Baltimore group of claims,
,<>ne ml «st of the Rlknom, located 8.
«ud owned by ,1. V. Cubungh and Ed.
I'c stou, has been bonded to James |
Hickey, of Kalt Luke city, for $5«,IHM).
This property includes the well known
liai tin) ore mad Victoria mines, and is
considered one of the best in the
Te James Hickey, of Salt Lake, for
$50,000.
it was discovered and located
lien
vicinity,
j hh j June by ,1. C, Cobungh, since
: jt , 1U(4 d „ v ',.loped into a good looking
mine, and In generally thought now to
j wor ^j, evt „y cent, if not more, than
the I mud Is placed at.
1 There are upwards of one hundred
; tons of ore on the dump, taken out in
1 development work, and large bodies are
uncovered and exposed, ready for ex
We meiitione that
j tensive »toping.
: the owners are not anxious to sellât
this figure, ami if the purchasers fail to
i come to time at the end of a bl'icf period
,lu '- v "111 ho content t,
1 <>P' «'>tions on a large scale.
Calm ugh & Preston tire now employ
ing a double shift, both in tlio Haiti*
They report the
I property in excellent condition.
commence ore
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THE SIllliltlA SOUL
A. Himes Sells a Two*Tlilrtl Interest
la the Siliert», on Beer Creek, to J.
('obaugli for $1,000.
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Two-thirds of the Siberia prospect
located on Heer creek, formerly owned
by J. U. Colmugh, and subsequently
relocated by Mr. Himes, has been sold
j to the former for a cash consideration of
$1,000,
Th« Siberia is an unknown property,
but we learn that its ore contains gold
*uul silver in good paying quantities,
and the k dge, which lies between (»aid
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walls, and In a good formation, needs
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only development to become a paying
! property. It is yet developed no fur
! tiler than the grass root«, but gives ev
1 ary indication of a penimueut ore body.
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A<(THENT AT SAWTOOTH.
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! Mrs. Uol. llriuidheail Is Thrown From a
Carriage ami Has Her Right
Arm Broken.
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Now« reached here this morning Huit
| an accident occurred one mile tins side
i the team driven bv < ololiel liroadhead ;
ot Sawtooth Sunday morning, in which
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I ran »way, throwing the Colonel ami ins
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wife and son from the carriage, Mrs. B.
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receiving a severe stroke from the upset
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' tutu v»liiele, which resulted 111 breaking
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her right arm just below the shoulder.
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that Hie Colonel, Ills wife and
; it seems
sou had started toward Hahnia, ami had
nc mile out from Sawtooth
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of :
I t>ed from the
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consequently fell
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... I ground tnghti tied the horses. they
sf(Mtl . a when the r.ffoUH timrtr«»
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i them up lull. I he tongue than run into
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; the «round, upset the carriage amt threw
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! goim about
hen the neck yoke in some wav drop
horses, and the tongue
nd running into tie
«Ut ire U mu her to the ground.
In
the
Broudhcud was struck by a
full ng Mrs
wheel acre
injury referred to
,tso la uiscd but not
s.* the arm, nlld received the
The Colonel and hi.*
the |
(irtousiy.
tirmiglit from
Alt w
A 0t»b¥i*\!iiu*r whs
S awtooth, by person» Who happened t
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4'iticnt, lilbt h. Nvnatuk' H
e been UU<
see- t be
lutttten
M
c III
be
ropon
rw of
bv»i<
\ «tidiip
Hitifiifr ttemH
One forty *tou
■il a
o run
laut
to
< u. (
has j
amt
i«u- i
turned from San
'rand
and will probably
muta
ieVc
■Itetson. of the
now j Mckhiu. l'oote amt
! Philadelphia »meffers,
ut Hailey lust evening.
k in a Uauot?
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The Fin! of the World.
The end of the world is confidently
predicted by devout Moslems to be
approaching with the elosa of the Mo
hnuunedau thirteenth century on Nov.
8. Tradition declares that in the pres
cut month during the Ramadan fast,
the sun sliull rise in tin* west he day
of mercy and forgiveness shall cease,
end that of judgment und retribution
begin. Tims, a proclamation bus been
isfued from the Mecca, warning tdl
true believers to prepare for tlio com
ing day, which the Times of India tf'lls
us lias been widely circulated, und lias
created a great impression. A fanati
cal pilgrim to the prophet's tomb, ut
Medina, Mohammed Haleb, declares
thud Mohammed appeared to him in a
dream last March and warned him of
the coming end, There are twenty
five signs to be fullfllled before the
great day, and some of these the Mo
hammedans already recognize, the
closing sign being the coming of Inum
Mnhdi, the director, with his troops,
bearing largo ensign«, and a mighty
wind, which shall sweep away tlio souls
of all wlio liavo hut u grain of faitli in
tlieir hearts.
After the Mahdi's reign,
the trumpet shall sound two blasts, the
dead arise, mid the Judgment begin.
William Paulknur, of Burlington, Vt.,
is a striking instance of a man whose
eousolnnec troubles him for a deed
which was decided by the courts to be
meritorious. Twenty years ago under
great provocation lie shot and killed a
ruihan, for which he was promptly ac
quitted on tins plea of justitiable homi
cide. Nevertheless, for the past twenty
years lie has found it impossible to get
any rest after three o'clock in the morn
ing. Remorse seizes him at that hour,
nnd for several hours afterward lie is
driven from his house. As there is no
utiles place open at this time in; has
made it a practice for many years past
to go to the press room of one of the
morning dailies, where lie is always
looked for exactly at 3:15. No one can
understand why lie should bo thus trou
bled with remorse for a crime of which
lie ha.* been legally declared innocent.
The scientists have a new nut to
crack, and one that will probably prove
nearly ns hard as the monkey-tmmquea
tion. It is that of one of the most sin
gular freaks of the recent volcanic
eruption in Java, was the carrying, in
the midst of the molten lava a lied of
! solid ice of enormous size, which had
;
, been emitted from the bed of one of the
... , ,,
craters. it was carried along bv the
°
current and landed on the extreme
northeast corner of the island. I his
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bed of ice was «nrroumled by the thick
laver of sand and scoriae which are
i non conductors of heat. If must be an
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i » t '' ,( ' s,in ^ cou ' Utlon of thiD K s suht, ' r -
vunean that can
* chiillliol ^ that Connects with the North
Pole, and lit lest demonstrates the cor
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reel ness of the Symius Hole theory.
'lid up molten lava
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mid h e at the same Uni.- and apparently
I from tho mnu© locality. Or, perhaps.
tin 1 crater 1ms opened some nndergronnd
Nov.) Mes
The Battle Mountain
or sux * that there nro humlrctls
a
of cuttle on the Ilumbolt that nro
perfectly bliml.
gned for (ho disease.
»nils over the hall ot the
in the animals
hut o
tar no cause
A
t an be ns?
Hcum
H
y ««F
A few
I. The Idindness hods about
cnH
be
eye.
of ftigtlt»
i.
twenty days, and the animal not
aille to travel in search ot
■os eotisidorahlo Itesh.
! cmg
of I. t. Lewis
nervous dtsm -
Uhmey Lewi», the
w ho bu* l»cell tmbp'ct t
rangement, is
».'ieiitirtc medical treatment in a (Tii
sou
cn route Bast to receive
dingo institut«'.
M,- is. U. ii. I.ci'nnrd and Dr. Mc
Murry. the latter of Salt Lake city, came
up from Hailey yesterday to visit the
Philadelphia smelters,
the
Mr. Uhl tv iahe« us to inform hie pa
tron« that lie has secured the services of
a flrat-clnaa shoemaker, who will jmy
strict attention to work in his shop un
til such time as he is able to resume lilts
business.
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(ltiyer Hot Springs at Ketrhum Idaho.
Large and commodios buildings have
been erected containing parlors and
rooms for guests and visitors suitably
furnished. A good restaurant connect
ed where board and lodging is furnished
at reasonable prices, a number of bath
rooms, also a large plundgeand swiming
hath for both ladies and gentlemen pro
vided, for all who may call to enjoy the
exhilarating and medical effects of this
celebrated water of which Prof. Dore
muH gives the following analysis:
Sodium Chloride per gal in gr. SI,578.
Sodium Carbonates "
Calcium Sulphate "
Magnesium Sulphate
Magnesium Chloride
Traces of Iron "
" C..%5.
0,574.
584.
U14,
" " 1,240.
Total Solids
I. 1. Lewis, Manager.
22.805.
New
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No.
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Send in Your Orders For
TO THE KEYSTONE OFFICE.
MRS. R. RICHARDSON.
FASHIONABLE DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER,
Corner of Loadville und River Sts.
Mrs. Richardson, formerly of Sacra
mento. is a first-class dross-maker, and
guarantees good work und entire satis
faction.
a*'Give Her a call.
(Oct, 10-1 f.
of
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clrv repaired oil short notice lllld at low I,,
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Repaired.
Watches, Clocks and nil kinds of Jew*
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ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT,
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Ketchum, Idaho.
: RICHARD WEST, Proprietor.
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Having fitted up the above named ucs
taurant, I am prepared to feed the '
hungry and weary* oil reasonable
terms with the best the mar
ket affords.
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Thankfitl tor the past pntroiin^e I iiope

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Day and ,47o'// 1.
Opén
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to merit a continuance of tlie sumo.
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the
W Meals at all hours.
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RICHARD WEST,
Propri^kor.
IVe Print
Bills,
Cards,
Blanks,
Tickets,
Posters,
Receipts,
Programmes,
Pamphlets,
Bill Heads,
Statements,
Note Heads,
Letter Heads,
Visiting Cards,
Funeral Notices,
Wedding Invitations,
And everything else commonly done
in a prtnting cilice. Call and sec sam
ples and learn prices.
APPLICATION POP
PATENT.
Jiolifc No. 3.
T.'. S. Land Office, Hailey, Idaho, /
Aiurunt 2 d, 1*S3. *
Notice is hereby aiven that the Philadelphia
Mining and Smelting Company, nn organization
incorporated under the laws of the State or
New Jersey by its authorized agent. Edmund
Green, whose Post Office address is Ketchinn,
Idaho Territory, has this day tiled its applica
tion for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet
of the
Tenbeoox Lode Minim: Claim
Or vein bearing silver and other minerals with
surface ground 597 feet.average, in width, situ
ated in Warm Springs Creek Mining District,
County of Ap uras and Territory of Idaho, and
I designated by the field notes and official plat
I on file in this office as Lot Number r>'2, and des
cribed in said field notes and official plat with
magnetic variation at 19 degrees anti 30 minim .
East as follows, to-wit:
Hegimilng at tlie discovery point and run
ning thence S. 6 deg. 39 min. E. 660 feet to cen
ter of south end lineof claim; thence N. 61 deg.
ol min. W. 300 feet to corner No. 1; theuce S. n
deg. ol min. E. 600 feet to corner No. 2 ; theme
N. 6 deg. 39 min. W. 6tto feet to corner No. :i;
thence N. 17 deg. 26 min. E. 901.2 feet to conn r
No 4; thence N. 61 deg. "1 min. W. .v.tl feet to
corner No. r>; thence S. 17 deg. 47 min. \V, !ii»i
feet to corner No. 6; thence S. (i deg. ho min. K.
600 feet to corner No. 1. the place of beginning
survey ot exterior boundaries of claim, contain
ing an area of is and 22-looacres. From corner
No. 1, U. S. XI. M. No. 3 bears N. 53 deg. 23 min.
E. 2352.A feet distant.
The nearest known locations are tile Niagara,
Hathaway and Hub No. 2.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said "Tenbrook" lode mining claim
i or surface ground are required to tile their ad
verse claims with the Register of'the Unite:!
Statc-s I.and Office at Hailey, in the Territory of
Idaho, during the sixty days period of publica
tion hereof, or they will lie barred- by virtue ot
the provisions of the Statute.
It. is hereby ordered that the foregoing Notice
of Application for Patent he published for the
period of 60 days (ten consecutive weeks) in the
Ketchum Keystone, a weekly newspaper pub
lished at Ketchum, Idaho.
HUMER 1,. POUND.
Register.
WM. llYNDMAN,
Attorney for claimant.
I Aug. 22.
APPLICATION FOU PATENT.
No« ice \o. 10.
United states Land Office, /
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Halley, Idaho, October tat, 1KS3.
Notice is hereby given that the Pocahontas
Mining Company, a corporation duly urbanized
and existing under and bv virtue of the laws
of the State of New York, with its principal of
tlce in the city and county of New York, and
doing business in the County of Altnras, Terri
tory of Idaho, by its legally authorized agent.
W. H. Watt, whose I'ost Ofli.-c address is Hai
I,, y . Altéras county, Idaho Territory.
made application for a United States Bâtent for
t he
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Lode Minintr Claim, situate in Wood JUwr
Minitikt District, Altutas county, Idaho Tern
tory, consisting of 1,5 ahi linear icet of the lode.
and surface ground god feet wide, beins Lot
N o 41, and described in the field notes and
î>tàt or tiw (..»>»,.,«* on til., in Lhis nttio .
with magnetic variation at 19 decrees east, as
follows;
Commencing at the discovery point of this
claim and rnnnini; North *2 detrrees and mil—
utes west a Ion at the center tine of the northern
end line of the claim tien fe t to the center ot
tlie northern end line: thence. North
87 degree» and
minute« east 3 tti
fwt to corner No. I; Uislice South
atJeRr ( . sau ,imluitt.'s rust 1
ner No.
to
7 <t«ar.
er No.
h€i
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ml mites Wt!
Norths tluiri
to corner No. 4 ;
minutes east
place ot bcAdnnini su
vies, enibraoina an n
for. No eon diets, l
2. bears Noil
«t Ut)
fieuct
d 55 miaut«
lene
N
h
ees
feet to
ruer No. i.
urior hounds
I acres applied
{, ti, S. Al.
t 571 ft et
*y
nr N
M. N
foet «listant.
I Thcsaiti mining <
office of the Count
j district, «V Uaik y, in Alt uz«
; Territory, The n
j the* "Oraml ITize.
Any ami nil persons claimin
! jHTrtkm of the said "Washingt«
! Claim or s
Choir advor
0 f the Uniterl states Land on
Idaho T«'i "U.orv, within ih** slxt>
• tion thereof
j the provisio
and provided.
9 deg
:u ; of r<
1 in the
f said Minin
i-, Dial;
known ]
,k'll lu-i
>!y air
Mil,ni.
uirt<l to ul»
face ground
claims tlierct
;
ristcr
ttaitev .
JtUblloH -
, or they will he barroU by virtue . :
as of the Stal me in auoti wscs matin
Homer L. Room),
Heart*
r applies
l-eriud of
•eeksi in the
u spw 1'nbhshcii ut
1 direct that the fortv-uitut notie >
j tion for Patent bo imbbslieU for t
- sixty (lay*, tfcen consecutive
Kktchom Keystone, a ne
Ketchum, Alturas comity, Idaho Territory,
1ÏOMÉR !.. l'OCNIX
Kckistei.
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