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THE KET6HUM KEYSTONE
Issued Every Wednesday and Saturday
-AT
KETCHUM, ALTURAS CO., IDAHO.
- Editor
GEO. J. LEWIS,
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licit
pr that mnlfpR n mmi bluflh for Ills HVe
er that ra. K » 1
eies. it is just such a dastardly
... , m nf ..„.i
and insinuating attack as that head- (
incr the editorial columns of the let
in ® 1
Times of the 1st inst. bo mirens- |
atMihl» fwr fptphed and totally uncalled 1
onuble, far fetenea ana totailj
for, Hiking as the basis an eulogism in ,
K . . ,• ,, I
the Shape of resolutions by the mom
berR of llis District bar to our worthy 1
the
Territorial Chief Justice, John T. I
The writer rznimz clear out of ■
Morgan, I he writer going deal !
hiH way, Btraining at, and attempting to ;
J e . . ! far
misconstrue the action of the legal gen- i
t leinen who are well known to be high
tlunen WHO are til KXl b 1
niinded, honorable men. With Judge
. mile
Morgan personally we have very mue
acnuaintance but during an adminis
acquaintance, .
tration of four years as Chief Justice
wn 1. OVA never heard of one COïnulliint
we have n - 1
that had any reasonable source or any
support worth alluding to and to his |
credit be it said e w 10 0 ai o t a o im
and most of its prominent citizens and j
public officers hnve unite in pe 1 ion |
ing for his reappointment. j .
It is well known that each District |
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, 1883.
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CHIEF JUSTICE MOKUAN.
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If tliei'e is anything more than anoth
, .
Judge is required to reside in his Dis
? rm • , T ,8« .• i „„„fei, Of bet
trict. ihe seat or Juaicinl eentie oi
Indite Moro-an's district is Malad City, in
muge o j i j
Oneida county, and here he recently
bold n. term of Punrt at the close 0 f
hold a teim of court, at tnt close oi | jj
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it
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WHEREAS: Certain reports have been
M"Äm e cES"Ä"|l"P-*«
M„.,o To,Tito,y, „„„„.ins Mm „I
longing the terms of the courts of his
districts, for the sole purpose of iacreas- :
ing the public debt of said counties,
through a sinister motive; we, your -
committee, therefore recommend the .
adoption of the following resolutions:
Resolved, that we have the utmost
confidence in the ability and integrity j
of the Hon. John T. Morgan, and know ÿ
that the charges above refend to are
absolutely false and unfounded and we
recommend a copy of the report of your
committee be forwarded to the Presi
dent of the United States and be pub
lished. All of which is respectfully
submited.
which the following resolutions were j
adopted by the bar:
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Willard Crawford, Ch'n.
J. W. Morgan,
H. W. Smith.
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Committee to the bar. ;
Out of this the Times éditer picks the
dirty fling that "there is no m >ke with
out tligro is n fire;" and tiie insinuation
that the Chief Justice must be hard
pressed to require such commendation
from that "obscure Mormon corner."
To the honor of Hailey we are pleased
to announce it was at once made a com- j
inunity matter. An open letter was
prepared and signed generally by all
public officers and prominent citizens
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ant! forwarded to Judge Morgan de
nonneing and repudiating the article ns
being the sentiments of any of the peo- !
pie, expressing regret and astonishment ,
that such should be entertained by any j
one, much less expressed. Affirming !
without fear of successful contradiction
j
that the article represented the views of j
the wiiter only, and expressing the es- ;
teem and confidence of the community |
in his honor integrity; in his public and
private relations and as a man and j
citizen.
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COUNTY FINANCES.
Tbcre was about $07,000 paid into tlie ;
Treasury for the month of November,
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by the County Assessor and Sheriff; $50, ;
000 by the former, and $17,000 by the :
,
latter. This, ill comparison with the ]
receipts for same time hist year is re- j
notwithstanding j
I
Oil the tliplo in
, ,, !
crease of the assessment roll in one j
vcir .mil the small nronovtion of delin
year, ana me small propoinon oi aeon- i
(luency, in pllick that Journal boldly
* .. . .... . .
states that it was not due to any partie
filar effort on the part of assessor and ;
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collector, etc., we suggest thatfnctsnml i
1
lteve the deputies of the County Asses- !
sor, charged with the duties of levying j
and collecting county revenue, have j
unquestionably devotetl great effort in j
And
unwarnted
markable,
the
Times in commentini
the
( f
sneer
figures speak for themselves.
We be
Let Ihe
pursuance of their duties.
Times tell us what the last Sheriff re- ;
, , , . .
turned from gambling licenses etc., and
how much poll tax the Assessor secured
ill the year of Bailroatl construction,
Not as much as there were votes polled
at one precinct, or at several sipgle !
precincts. We do not accord partieu- |
iar merrit to any officer for performing
his lawful duties, nnd especially when,
, „„„ . . .
the fullflllment thereof is recompense. !
lint we do assert that such insinuating
and is 1
\
They are
Men iq the hightest of
contemptible
detraction
prompted by sinister motives. There
is no doubt just cause to critisize some
is
acts of our County officiais,
not infallible,
fleiul positions err, and often honestly.
IV» believe the administration of public
affairs in Alturaa county, taken as a
■whole, has been done honestly and in
fanny instances with unusal vigor as
compared with the past. We propose
at the close of the year to give a resume
of county matters, revenues and expen
ditures; a record of official acts and
transactions and a general showing of
and
man,
raa
' hla
I of
the public statuets. To this end we so
licit and aie sure of the co-operation of
.
have found, i
trict,
and
plat
and
deg
The Alturas Mining' Reporter com
^ a, nin«r
piled by Messes Foster Æ Rice, a paraph- t0
( ^nmortinir to be gotten up on un
let I>U , rp0rting *°, ™ U - 1 ;
biased principals for thebeniflt of Wood
| w1m1 . fmfl fnr thft f nr ther to
1 Siver as a whole, and for the further- feot
niices of ft Camus Prairie colonization isoo
, , ,
I scheme, proves to be a very good rep
... if not a little overdrawn, of fliot
1 ' * ! No.
the vicinity of Bellevue, ^fhen it is 22
I „ _ th „ „„Hi, sec
■ thoroughly understood by the pul.lie ]
! abroad that the aim of this work shoots
; . .,
! far below the center of Its target, the
i „articular harm to the
b00k Cim 0D no P artlclll!ir narni 10 Ule
1 collTltrv _ Jt bears, in fact, every ev- I
,,„ r ,
ldence of having been construed Hi the
mme< b n te interests of the town of of
. , .
(Bellevue. The great mines of Alturas, of
whrl _„ thp flv leflf beilrg reC eive
v,h08e llam(H ttle n - v leHI ueflrs '
only in several instances, a simple hint. I
^ Rocky Bur . East Fork of !
| Salmon> Warm Sprjng Creek, and other
im rtant re gi ons tributary to Ketchum
j C(jn8titllting the flower of Alturas in
| mineral possessions, are outright
j . rcd The Elkhorn alone, than
|
ovory county official; as we
all prompt, courteous and affable in the
! discharge of their duties.
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THE ALTURAS MINING REPORTER.
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which none other in Alturas can show a | N
i,„t »orv I
bet ter record, IS mentioned, but very to
. . gentlemen labored to ■
b ,, . :
j bring out this pamphlet as a just repre- , a
. it . v .,,1 U him tbev failed Tf
aeDtlt ® f A ' T
| jj iey en q e avored to make it a private
! . t . ..
; investment, representing only so lur as
it vvns to their immediate tlnaucial in
it was to lueir imuieumie iuihulu
terests, tiiev may have succeeded. But
-■»'» to am body ,, ].l
of th. va.t
wealth of Alturas County, yea, to set
: forth one qu;U 'ter of it.
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.
tl
they average Spl8 and ^-0 per month,
j and in Colorado they average from $3 to
ÿ 4 p er q a y—from $i)0 to $120 per month,
This interesting item should bo taken
J-nu» luieie h _. ^
into consideration; some of our miners
ge t wealthy by laboring, at the same
time noting their investments when j
j
Miners' wages in Germany average
i from $12 to $15 per month. In Mexico
the proper time comes. This is the
only way to get rich.
i The cause of the Queen's melancholy,
; w i,i c h i las been attributed to the death
of her gilly, John Brown, has at last
From a private letter from Quartz
j burg, we learn that the miners at work j
in the Gold Hill mine recently struck
for higher wages, and the mine and mill j
"ere obliged to shut down. After a
time, twelve men were secured by pay
iug them higher wages.—News-Miner,
ns
! Young Indies should not forget that
, Goliah died from the effects of a bang
j outlie forehead,
! —.
Hhe has a court jest
of the barbarous ages
been discovered,
a relic
j who attempted a joke and made villain
This jester has just celebrated
er:
oils pun,
his seventy-sixth birthday.
NEW TO-DAY.
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; APPLICATION FOR PATENT,
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Notice No. 25.
United States Land Office, I
Hailey, Idaho, Dec. 1, 1883. (
given that the Warm
Notice is hereby
1 Springs Consolidated Mining Company, an or
ganization incorporated under the laws of the
' State of Massachusetts by its authorized agent,
J H. Moyle, whoso Post Office address is Keteh
i nm, Alturas county, Idaho Territory, has made
application for a United States Patent for the
"NIAGARA"
tlie ;
Lod« mining claim, situate in Warm Springs
Creek mining District, Alturas county, Idaho
; TcmTory, consisting of 1345 linear feet of the
the : lode, and surface ground 6iio feet wide, being ,
Lot No. 4», and described In the field notes and
the ] p ] at 0 f the official survey on file in this office, ;
re- j I
j coverv point and running thence S, 35 deg 27
min É, 3(X) feet to the South-Wenterly corner of J
I the olairo, post No. 1: thence N 47 cleg 41 min E, j
in- 1345.9 feet to post No. 2; thence N, 39(1 eg 27 j
min W, 5B3 feet to post No. 3; thence S 47 deg i
one j min W, 1343 feet to post No. 4; thence, saa !
deg 27 min K, 600 feet to post No. 1, the place of j
i be * lnnln(i gurvey of ext erior boundaries of
claim, containing an area of 17.37 acres, exclu- }
sive of 0.88 »cresin coniiict with Ontario, Lot
pp also exclusive of e.c 4 acres in conflict with j
and ; "'i'enbrook" Lot 52, surveyed subsequent to this
. claim, and for which application for patent has
i be en made, reference thereto being liad. hrom
1 post No. 1 U. S. M. M. No. 3 bears N, 78 deg 58 ;
rain E. 1258.7 feet distant- The nearest known
! claims are the "Ontario" and "Tonbrook lodes.
j p0 rtion n of al sahV S "Niagava"' , mine 'or' Surface
j
in j Office at Hailey, in the Territory of Idaho, dur
ing the sixtr days' period of publication here
of, or they will lie barred by virtue of the pro
the
be
Ihe
re- ; vision« of the Statute- .
. It is herebv ordered that the foregoing Notice
and 0 f Application tor Patent bo published for the
a rtXweeklT^sp^
published at Ketchum, Alturas oounty, Idaho
^m. 1 Hindman, Homer L. 1 '\ l A^; tOT _
! Att'y for applicant. [Does
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when, .
One Indian poney, gray, heavy built,
! witll heavy neck and mom« with no vis
jp] e brands, came to our herd on No
is 1 veuiber 24th, and was driven to Lost
Hiver. He had been running in the
\ Elkhorn locality with Beid's horses.
; Weight abont700 pounds. Had
are «mall sheep bell.Tlie owner will please
of- j take notice nndreport to
Stray Taken up.
some |
on a

McCulloch Si James.
Hoc. 5th 1883.
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APPLICATION FOR PATENT. |
Notice No. 24.
Ukited States Land Office, »
Halley, Idaho, Deo. 1. 18B3. I
Notice is hereby given that the Eldorado Gold
and Silver Mining Company, an organization ;
incorporated under the laws'of the Territory of j
Idaho, by its authorized agent, Win. Hynd-I
man, whose Post Office address is Hailey, AUn- j
raa oounty, Idaho Territory, has this day filed
' hla application for a patent for 1500 linear feet j
I of the
.
i kode, niine or vein bearing silver and other
mineralB, with surface pronnd 600feet in width, ;
situated in Warm Springs Creek Mining l>ia~
trict, county of Alturas and Territory or Idaho,
and designated by the field notes and official
plat on file in this office as Lot No . 39, in j
Township 3 N of Range 17 E of Boise Meridian,
and described with magnetic variation at ltf n
deg 30 min east, as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at the discovery point and rnn
nin«r thence S, 20 dei? 36 min E, 300 ieet j
t0 center of south end line of claim: thence N
de £ 80 min E :MJ0 feet to comer No.
1 ; thence S, 64 deg ao min W *X> feet to
corner No. 2; theneN, 20 deg:«> min W, 1500 feet
to corner No. s; thence N C* deg 30 min & «00
feot to corner No. a;. thence S 20 deg M min L, ,
isoo feet to corner No. 1, the plaoe of beginning 4
«urvey of exterior boun<1»rlej of claim. Lon
taffilng 20.17 acres, exclusive of .41 acres in con
fliot with Occidental Lot No.«. From corner
! No. 4 , Section corner commonto sections 14, l.i,
22 and 23 T 3 N R 17 E, bears H 57 deg 03 min 32
sec E,830.1 feet distant. The nearest known ,
] oca tions are the Occidental and Imperial
lode milling claims.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of «aid Viana lode, mine or surface
ground are reunlred to file their adverse claim»
with the Register of the United States Land Of- ;
I flee at Hailey, in the Territory of Idaho, during
the sixty days'period of publication hereof, or
they will be barred by virtue the provision»
of the Statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing Notice
of Application for Patent be published for the ;
rertod of eo days (ten con»eontive weeks) in the i
Kktchum Keystone, a semi-weekly newspaper
I published at Ketchum. Alturas county, Idaho.
! Homer L. Pound,
"Viana"
Register.
LbccS
Wm. Hyndman,
Att'y for applicant.
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Land Office at Hally, Idaho, Dec. 3, 1883.
! I, Horatio M. Stewart, of Ketchum, Idaho, ,
who made Pre-emption Declaratory Statement
! No. 3(118 for the S 's 8 E4 & NW4 SK 4 & ;
a | N E 4 S W 4 Sec U T i N R n E, do hereby
I give notice of my intention to make finai proof
to establ)sh my claim to the land above des
■ cribed, and that I expect to prove my residence !
: and cultivation before Register and Receiver ,
, a t Hailey, Idaho, on January 16, 1884, by two of
the following witnesses:
John D. Coalter, of Ketchum Idaho ; j
John F. Bovle. of Ketchum, Idaho:
Frank R. Gooding, of Ketchum, Idaho;
Wm jiyndman, of Hailey Idaho.
Horatio M. Stewart,
(Applicant.)
Land Office at Hailey. Idaho, Dec. 3,1883.
" , 5ü.ü"SSS^S*!ï„S'Æ
crlbe a i n «aid application,
HoMEE L - Po ^?4„
Decs] Register,
to
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Pre-Emption.
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Plana. Specifications, Bills of Material
and Estimates, Carpenter's Work in
ell „i,öa nùioo Fill'll il lire.
All munches. Ufflc© r umiture,
Store and Saloon Fixtures,
JOSEPH HAWKINS,
Architect and Builder,
MAIN STREET
Idaho.
Ketchum
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to Order
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Have Just added to their stock of stationery and Fancy Goods a oompletc stcek cf
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
Toilet Soaps, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Perfumes, Cosmétiques
Toilet Waters, Face Powders, Powder Boxes, Bath
and Surgeon Sponges, Teething Rings, Nipples,
Breast Pumps, Syringes, Feeding
Bottles, &c., &c.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
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Also, Dealers in
WALL PAPER,
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Kirrors, Brackets, ;
Lamps, Chimneys, Glassware, Majolica W
Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, Playing Cards, Pipes,
Tobacco, Cigars; in fact, everything to be
found in a
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st-Class V ariety St ore,
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Including the beet assortment of
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS
On Wood River.
PURE LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL USE ONLY.
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Ren emSer the place—POST OFFICE STORE,
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Notice No. 20.
Usitkd States LaKD Office,
Hailey, Idaho, Pec. 1, 1883.
Idaho
State
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of
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NOTICE Is hereby given that C. J. Johnston,
; whose Post Office address 1« Vienna, and Jo«,
j Ptnkbam, whose Post Office address is Ketoh
um, both in Alturas county, Idaho Territory,
j have this day filed their application fora patent
for 1500 linear feet of the
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''OCCIDENTAL''
Lode mine or vein bearing stiver and other
minerals, with surface ground 600 feet in width,
^tnated in Warm Springs Creek Mining IMs
; trict, county of Alturas and Territory of Idaho,
anr | designated bv the held notes and official
rlat on nle in this'office as Lot No. 40, in Town
^ jjj 0 f nan*© 17 K of Boise Meridian, said
j j0t No ^ bein',; described an follows, to-wit :
Commencing at the discovery point and run
n j ng thence S 14 deg 25 min E, 150 fret to cen
tre of south end line of claim : thence N, 78 deg
15 m | n e, son feet to comer No. 1 ; thence S
j 78 deg 15 min W, 600fe«t to corner No; 2; thence
^ 14 <j e flr 2 S min W, 1500 feet to corner No. 3;
thence N, th deg ir» ir.in E, 600 to corner No. 4 ;
tbenoe P ; H 25 min E? 150 (, fee t to comer No.
^ tb6 p j aoe of beginning survey of exterior
boundaries of c>\m. Containing an area of
, 0 . M oores . No 'conflicts. From comer No.
4 H ectkm corner common to »ectlonR H, 15, 22.
am j jg, t s N of ITT7 E, bears due south 52s feet
,i iwtant actual measurement The nearest
knowT1 location« are the "Viana" and the Tm
periai" lode mining claim».
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
, porUo „ of 8ald "Ocoidental" lüde, mine or sur
f ace ground are required to tile their adverse
claims with the Reg.ster of the United Btatea
j, arK t Offic* at Hailey, in the Territory of Ida
J K) ( j nr j UK the sixty day»'period of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the
; provls }onR of the Statute.
Jt i H hereby ordered that the foregoing No
tice of Application for Patent be published for
the period ofSOdavs (ten consecutive wseksi,
dn tke Ketchum Keystone, a »emi-weekly
newspaper published at Ketchum, Alturaa
; coan ty, Idaho Territory,
i
Wm. Hynd man,
Att'v for applicants.
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dred
ry
and
ber
E,
east
deg.
61.7
W,
feet
47
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of
Homer L. Pound.
Register.
IDoc5
Pre-Emption.
Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Dec. 3, 1883.
I, Edmund Green, of Ketchum, Idaho, who
made Pre-emption Declaratory Statement No.
;j()17 for t ] )e isf e ! 4 S W % See 12 ,t N E 4 N W
, y t * N W 4 N E H Sec 13 T 4 N K 17 E, do here
j>y gjyy notice of my intention to make final
& ; proof to establish my claim to the land above
described, and that I expect to prove my reai
dence and cr.ltivation before Register and Re
C ei V erat Hailey, Idaho, on January 16, 1884, by
! two o{ tbe following witnesses :
, j 0 hn F. Bovle, of Ketchum, Idaho;
of Horatio M. Stewart, of Ketchum. Idaho;
Wm. Hvndman, of Hailey, Idaho:
j Frank R. Gooding, of Ketchum, Idaho,
Edmund green,
(Applicant.)
Office at Hailey. Idaho, Dec, 3,1«W.
Notice of the above application will be pub
lished in th« Ketchum Keystone, printed at
Ketchum, which I hereby designate as the
■SgXSÎJÂSlÆ'""
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Hodeb L. Pound,
Register.
Notice.
At a special meeting of the Directors of the
Philadelphia Mining* Smelting Co., held this
dav, the resignation of Col. E. Green, General
Manager of this Company was presented and
accepted. All future contracts with this Cora
! nany will Vie entered into and signed by O. B.
Moulton, General Superintendent.
E. J. Mathews. Prenident.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 22, 1883.
Notice.
At a special meeting of the Directors of the
I Little Wood River Mining * Smelting Compu
nv, held this dav, the resignation of Col. E.
Green, General Manager of this Company
! presented and accepted. All future contracts
( of this Company will be entered into and sigm <1
by J. W. Valentine, General Superintendent,
E. J. Mathews, President.

Nov. 22, 1888.
APPLICATION FOR PATENT
Notice No. IS.
ÜWTTED STATER LàKD OFFICE, I
Halley, Idaho, November 1, 18rt.
Notice la hereby Riven that the Buflalo A:
Idaho Oold and Silver Mining Conn any, an or
ganization incorporated under the laws of the
State of New York, by its attorney in fact.
Charles F. Lange, whose 1'est Office address W
I Atlanta, Idaho, ha« this day filed it» applica
; tion for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet
of the
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for
SILVER TIDE
Lode, mine or vein bearing Silver anil other
mineral», with »urface ground ma'nly one hun
dred feet in width, «ituated in Middle Hoiao
Mining Dintrict, county of Alturas andJerrito
ry of Idaho, and designated by the field note«,
and official plat on file in thin office a» Lot Num
ber 45 A, and described is said plat and field
notes with main et c vanalit n at 1*J ch g It ram.
E, an follows, to-wit: .
Commencing at the discovery point on tiM
east end line of claim and running thence N lî
deg. \Y, 50 feet to post No 1; thence S 12 deg K.
61.7 feet to post No 2 ; ther.ee S 72 deg 30 min
W, 400 feet to post No 3; thence S 7« deg W.
1101.00 feet to post No 4 ; thence N 12 deg tv, 11*1
feet to post No 6 ; thence N 7H deg E, 1500 feet ti>
post No 1 , the place of beginning survey of ex
terior boundaries of claim, containing 2.57 acres
claimed. From post No 2 D 8M M Ho 1 boars N
47 deg 26 min E, 624 feet distant.
Application is also made for the
Silver Tide Mux Site
In connection therewith, described in the field
notes and plat tiled in this office and designate«!
Lot 45 B, as follow», to-wit :
CommencwaK at post No. 5 of the salu nilvc*
Tide lode mining claim, which post is ala»»
marked post No 1 of this Silver Tide mi. 1
site claim and running thence N 12 deg W, MU
feet to pest No 2; thence S 87 deg E f 187 feet
post No 3; thence S 43 deg E, 4(H) feet to post No
4; thence S 59 deg K, 185 feet to post No 6;
thence B Hi deg E, 175 feet to post No 6; thenoe
S 17 deg 30 min E, 30 feet to post No 7 ; then©«
S 78 deg W, 690 feet to post No 1* the place of
beginning survey of exterior boundaries of
claim, containing 5 acres claimed. From poet
No 7. U B M M No 1 bears N 67 deg 16rain E, 13.2 feet
distant. The nearest known locations to the
Silver Tide lode are the Monarch. Faro and
Eclipse; and the nearest known location# to
the Silver Tide Mill Site are the Buffalo and
Monarch. ... . ,
Any and ail persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Silver Tide lode mining claim
and Mill Sit» or surface ifround ar e required u>
file their adverse claims with the Register of the
United States Land Office at Hailey, in the Ter
ritorv of Idaho, during the sixty day* period
of publication hereof, or they will be barred by
virtue of provisions of the Statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing No
tice of Application for Patent be published for
the period of 60 days (ten consecutive weeks! in
the Ketchum Keystose, a semi-weekly ntw«
uublished at Ketchum, Alturas county,
Homer L. Pound,
Register.
No.
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Idaho.
[Nov3j
APPLICATION FOE PATENT.
Notice No. 10.
U nitrd States Land Office, l
Htiley, Idaho, November 1, 1883. t
Notice is herebv given that the Buffalo a?
Idaho Gold and Silver Mining Company, au or
ganization Incorporated under the laws or the
State of New York, by Charles F. Lange, its at
torney in fact, whose Pest Office address !» At
lanta,' Idaho, has this day filed Ida application
patent for 644 by 400 sijuare feet of th*
BUFFALO MILL SITE
Claim surface ground situated in Middle Botnc
Mining District, county of Alturas and Territo
ry of Idaho, and designated by the fehl note*
and official plat on hie in this office as Lot.
Number 43, and described in said plat and field
notes with magnetic variation at 18 deg 45 mm
east, as follows, to-wit: . .
Commencing at post No. 1 of said claim an i
running thence S 63 deg V*, 544 feet to post N
2; thence N 27 degW, 400 feet lo P°* t f ° „
thence N 63 deg K. 544 feet to post No 4, them -
S 27 deg E, 400 feet to post No
beginning survey of
claim
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this
and
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for a
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o 1, the place of
„ . .. 1 exterior boundaries of
Containing live acres. From post No 1
USMM No 2 boars N 72 deg IHS min E, 3631) feet
The nearest known locations are tn«F
distant. _ ... . .
Monarch and Daley mill site claims.
Anv and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Buffalo Mill Site ci»un or sur
face ground are reuuired to file the> r ^
claims with the Register of the Unrted states
Land Office at Hailey, in the Territniy of tda
ho, during tbs sixty days period of publication
hereof, or tiiey will be barred by virtue of thu
provisions of the Statute.
It is hereby ordered that the toregoinn ^Notice
of Application for Patent lie published tor -he
period of 60 days (ten consecutive weeks) iin tue
Ketchum Keystone, a senn-weekly newspaper
published at Ketchum, Idaho.
Homer L. Pound,
Register.
[nov'Jj
APPLICATION for patent.
Notice No. 17.
United States Land Office, ;
Hatley, Idaho, Nov, 1, 1883. ,
Notice is hereby given that the Buffalo ,v
Idaho Gold and Silver Mining Company, an or
ganization incorporated under the laws of the
State of New York, by CbarleH f. Lange, it*
attorney in fact, whose Post Office address is
Atlanta', Idaho, lias this day filed his applica
tion tor a patent for five hundre- Lnear t et o
the
ATLANTA
Lode mining claim, bearing silver and o tht T
minerals, with surface ground onK huiidred »nd
two feet in width, situated m Middle Boise
Mining District, county of Alturas and Territory
of Idaho, and designated by the field notes and
official plat on file in this office *» hrt Number
44, aud described in said plat and held note*
with magnetic variation at 1« deg !<• minute»
e&üt, as follows, tiflKwifc: , , . ,
Commencing at post No 1 ola im
running thence N 17 deg 30 min W, ID- feet
post No 2; thence 8 58 deg W, MW feet to poet
No 3; thence S 17 deg 30 min E, 1 U 2 feet to port
No 4; thence N 58 deg E, 500 feet to port No 1.
the place of beginning survey of exterio. boun
daries of claim. Containing 1.14 acre» claimed.
The nearest known locations are the Monarcn
and Silver Tide lode mining claims.
Anv and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Atlanta lode mining cla.m or
surface ground are required to file their o^ver»«
claims with the Register of the Uhfied Strtf*
Land Office at, Hailey, in the Territray of Id»
ho, during the sixty days period of publication
f, or they wifi be barred by virtue of the
here
i>rovisiont? of the Statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing Notice
of A}'plication for Patent he published for tb«
period of W» dayn (ten consecutive weeknt in tne
Kktchum Keystone, a semi-weekly newspaper
published at Ketchum, Idaho.
Homer L. Pound,
rnov37 Keiristex
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I fill
LIYEBY
Feed & Sale Stable
t
Iiower Main Street,
IDAHO
KSTCHTJBS,
Stinton & Hughes.
They Keep the Best of Livery Rigs,
Saddle Horses, Teams and Carriages.
A Hack Runs Between Ketchum
aud the Gayer Hot Springs
Every Two Hours.
HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE.

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