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"siaj »ssmt *"* %^^ st^ b^«ya^hto daydis «otved by mut««! oofMwet. W. W. Stevens taav tat Mid ht» iu'ereat to W . T. ion«. ™bTtaftaee* *UI beowiUuneJ by White* thepleocof b nsh i a çeof Mt« old ftttn. The *eü» whit« A Lsne art nuthorttwl to set tle ail ImMUtt«» »ml oollaet «11 outstanding in dtbuiMH di», tb« old nrm. WftneM our bind* »mi sea) thto, îlot day of W. W. BTKVKNS, c. a wajte. it* Jane, UM, Jn»-ïw. Yotiecof Forfcittir«. To John Hughes, Wm Hyndmau, Tex»* Angel and Kpruauce Stanley A Co., of Bah Francisco, California, and their »»sign», or »tty other per ■cn or parties who may own or «Him to own a one-third internet in the Silver King location end the Salvador mining location; said min ing location* being situated In Little Wood Rim mini»« district, Altura* County, Idaho Territory; Yon »re hereby needed Cat we, Um under signed, bave expended two years assessment u*r o* Mi -Stiver Kin - mining location, and the Halvador mining location. »»Id lot» Ion* be ing situated in Liltl« W <4 River mining dis trict, Al'uras County, Idaho Territory, to the amount of Pour Hundred Doller», and that vonr »bare of said expenditure for one third in terest u thi' said cla ms for assessment work is 1133,33. lea* »40 -leaving balance of I«.» doctor »»id labor, aa folio«»; Mfl. 66 on the mid Bilver King location, an *4*.«fton the Salvador lec tlori ; the same being the amount re>ialra«l to hold them for the years riand istet; aiul tliat ante** your proportion arid expenditure duo from yon be paid w th* n ninety ivoi day* afer the publication of thi* notice your interest in said mining locations daims, oonslsiing ot one-third In each of *atd claims, will Iwoorne the property ot the K haortber* hereto under Meet ion as 24 of the wiaad H. k, uxn>, 1 . o, Doimtrrr, Hcatutcs of the Cnltvd Htates. TeteAaia. Jaly 18, um, Metio* of Sheriff's Sal«. •t virtue of en execution issued out of .1 ns - Un I. Il Robinson'* Court, ot Lead ville Bre Cuuniy of Altura», Torrtiory of Idaho, the 6 th day of August, ihm, in a certain loo wherein Joseph x uc xvoi e -1 jmlgment ag*lust Joseph tenehan . ou the rith day of July, ii i'iukbam, as plaintiff. Miller, de 18*4, I have lotted M poll the following described property, »es wti I«et numbwed 1. in Block numbered 3ft, »» laid down in the plat and survey of the town of Ketenum. in Altur** County, Idaho Turriuiry, .xjiislstlnu of Ni fool front on Leadvillo Avenue hi I0(i feet deep on Kiftli street. "Notice is heieliy given Uin < SATURDAY, THE sorti DAY OF AUGUST, 18*4, -IS At 10 o'clock A. M, of that day, at the front door of the Comity Cou-t House, in Halley, County *t Altura», Idaho, 1 will tnd Internst ot »»id Joseph Miller tn and to the «bove ilcsortbud prop rty, at public auction for •«»ah to the highest and but btdowr, to satisfy «aid extsmtlon and *11 m listed a Retohum, Idaho, the 7th day of Au gust, tssi. *11 ail the right, title C if. FURKY. Sheriff of ARura* County. lly J. II. CAiMADt, Ihjputy SheriiT, if Notltt*. Office Lit! le Wood River Minin» Aflmeltlns Co., 411 flu. ,4.1 Bt., I'tillailclpbia, Pa. Mr. J. W. liallaiitine tiavm« resinned tho po •ttion »« flUiierialendent of this (lump ny on June 1,1»**, all the contracta lor the Company *lli cease on that date. The working of Uio entire property will here after is* carried ou In the itsmoof J. W. liai iantlue, he bavin« control of tho same under a iovri'd-KMi tuutract. By oniorof the Board of Director*. K.J, Matidsw», ITosident. J. L. BIVEB, Pioneer Blacksmith of JOTTCHUM : i : ! : IDAHO. I tuu now preparetl to Uo «U kind» of Usmlthlng, Wagon Making and Repairing. -Al«o a full supply id IIARDWUOD -MMtlRH such ns will hein— —demand for genet's! ns*. — Rmtailing done from a— — Bugay up to the— ■ laritcst wagon now tn at»— «on«tantty on tiftnd ft foil supply ot Miners Tools. L. D. Newman, Fnd, Saia nd LtoQ Stable. fourth flrieei, Uppmita J. O Swift A Co., KKTUÏÏÜM, IJDAHO M. 6. WILLIAMS, LAUNDR Y t Washington, between 4th and «U Street» 1 il h ONLY ANTI-CHINESE LAUNI.'HY 1N —KBTCHUM.-. Uuetaotlon Gua.suteod in *otk end Frieea, Linenwnar poltsUed but »01 ruiued •4 Patrons will find their Avqwrri i- pelr, and button* well fastened. always in ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT, Ketehum, Idaho. UI CHARD WEST, Proprietor. IJuving lit tod up th« above named Km tournât, I am prepared to food tho hungry »nd wutry ou reooonablo forms with tho teat th? mar ket afford*. Open Day and Sight, Thankful for tho past patronage I hep« h>> merit » continuance of the aanie. iSrMcftl» at ail Lours. RICHARD WEST, Proprietor To the Saloon Men oh Wood River I Keep Constantly on Hand the Celebrated I 4 Salt Lake City Keg Beer In Quarter Barrels, at 75 Cents per Gallon in Hailey; also, Milwau kee Bottle Beer, and a Complete Assortment In the Wholesale Liquor Line. ■ 1! a mi I E. BARTSCH. Respectfully Yours, Jab. M. Blobbom, W. A. ClilBWELL. BLOSSOM & Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FLOUR, Corn Meal, Cracked w HEAT, ETC., And nil Kind» of GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED At tho Lowest Cash Rate*. Flour furnished in Car Lots. On Wood River. The best Brands ever sold We have Constantly o ; Hand The Patent Rollet, Deseret and Central Mills GOOD Flour. Every Sack Warranted. Consignments St. licited. KETCHUM, IDAHO. O r m CD b T in ^ H H »d MH w UI o m o 3 rv. 1 o fe > m M t~* H V X > s T T> PPTPP WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Ketchum, Idaho. CO co CO 5 t 't, HATS, — CARPETS, AT in L. SCHWEITZER'S, oo 053 KETCHUM l e« Idaho. toil co CLOTHING. CTQ CO GILLETTE 4 EVA1S —Dealers in— Stoves, Tinware, Hardware, Miners' Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery. Guns, _ ~«lois, Ammunition, Fishing Taekle and Sporting Goods. 5 TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK to ORDER, IRON MID STEEL -o Doors, Sash and Blinds •VOedg-e by Mall will receive prompt attention. ' We ahn le give satisfaction. CKUatta * Svaxia, t, : . : 5 Eatduufc Idaho, I APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. Notier Ko. 74. liNmtn Stats« Land Omet, t Hslley, Idaho. Aturtis 2«, 1884. ( Notice is hereby given that Wader P. Jennoy, J by W, I 1 Watt, bis attorney in fact, whose Poet Oilier address !» Hailer. Altura* County. Iilaao cry, f.as made application for a United States Patent, for the I .ode mining claim, nitrate In Secs. 10 and 11, I T. 4, N . U. 18 E Br ine Meridian, Warm Srrin« I Ore.kmiuing district, Alter»« County. Idaho T.rrlt- ry, consist in« of 1500 linear feet of the i lode and surface ground r.no feet wide, bei try I Lfit No. 62, ami desert bed in the rield noce» and • plat of the official survey ori (dein this office, i wilh magnet o variation at 18 degree« and DO | minute« east, a« follows : j mending at the discovery point of this . cla> m, and running N. 74 W. along centerline of claim 750 leet to the center of the western erg! line t claim; thence H. *5 W., '41.5 feet to j corm.T No. 1 ; thence, N. 42 683 feet to cor- i n.-r no. 2; thence B. 74 K , 150U feet to corner ; .V'. thenco. 8. 45 W , 688 feet to corner No. ; 4 : Un non N. 74° W , 15«) leet to corner No. 1, end place of beginning survey of exterior bonn d rtes; embracin 'a total area of 20.87 acres, excluding, however, from this application and d'>01 lptlon the area in conflict with the "Wa- | terloo lode (misurveyed) i.:s7 acres; area claim' d and sougnt to be patented, 19.20 acres ; from corner No. 1, Sects n corner common to Secfh ns 0, Hi, 16 and to of T. 1, North of Kanue | 18 I as of the BoImj M eridian, bears fl. 66° 48' *8, Ç161.1 feet distant. | lue «ai i mining daim being of record in the on ce Of t o Cmmty Recorder of said Mining Di strict, at Hailey, In Aitnras County, Idaho Territory. The neatest known locations being tho 'MfoKerloo," Parker, Caliber, Una *nd Alex andria. Anyatwl all persons claiming adv rsely any! portion of the said ' Western Reserve" lode mining claim or surface ground are required to ; tile their adverse claims thereto with tho Reg- I inter of the Unitid B ates hand Office, at Hai- ! ley Id'iho Territory, within the sixty days* 1 publication thereof, or they will be barred by virtue f the p «visions of the Statute in such casas made and provided. Terr«. "WESTERN RESERVE" C( ilQMEit L. Pound, Register. I direct that the foregoing N' tice of Applica tion for Bâtent be published for the priod of sixty days in '-lie K » newspaper publis. ed at Ketohum, Alturas County, Idaho Territory. Aug.30-Chd. i'uiiuM Daily Kbystonk, Homer L. Pound, Register. APPL]CATION FOR PATENT. Notice No. 63. United States Land Officii, Hail y, Idaho, July 14,1834. Notice is hereby g'.vt n that William IL Watt and lohn li. Clark. Samuel Alio , George Mont- j vomevy and Edward H. T rry. by William H. ! Wait, their attorney in fact, whose Post Office ! address!4 Hailey, Alturas County, Idaho Ter ritory, I ave made application for a United Suites Paient for the "BT. LOUIS" Lode Mining Claim, Ritual« in See 10. T. 4, N. It. i i E., Boitte Meridian, Warm Spring Creek Minin« District* Altura« County, Idaho Terri tory, constating of 1000 linear feet of the lode, and surface ground ßOO fe t wide, being Lot No. 49, and described in the held note« und plat of the official uurvey on file in this office, with magne ic variation at 18 degrees and 30 minute» east, as follows : Comrnen«ing at the discovery point of this claim, and running North 74 degrees West along center line of claim 75« feet center went end line of claim; thence b. 45 e W, 336.5 feet to corner No. 1; thence N. 45° E., 673 feet to corner No. '2; thence S. 74° E., 1500 feet to- corner No. 3; thence B. 45° W.. 673 feet to corner No. 4; thence N. 74° W., 1500 feet to corner No. I, and place of beginning survey of exterior bounda ries ; embracing an area of 20.27 acres applied for. No conflict». From corner No. 2, See. Cor. Common to Sec tions 0, 10, 15 and 16, T. 4. N. R. 18 E., Boise Me ridian, bears S* IK)° 03' 58" W., 3506 feet distant. The said mining claim being of record in the office of the County Recorder of said district, nt Hailey, in Altura« County, Idaho Territory. the •'Parker/' Montgomery," "Whistler" and "Alexandria." Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of the nt. Louis" lode mining claim or surface ground are required to tile their ad verse claims thereto with the Register of the United States Land Office at Hailey, Idaho Territory, within the sixty days' publication thereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of provision« of the Statute in such cases made and provided. mro8t known location» being Homek L. Pound, Register. I direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica tion for Patent he published for the period of sixty days in i lie Kbtohum Daii.y Keystone, a newsjuper published at Ketchnm, Alturas County, Idaho Territory. Jyl5 60dl W. H. Watt, attorney for claimant*. Homer L. Pound, Register. APPLICATION FOll PATENT. Notice No. 67. United States Land Office, Hailey, Idaho, .Inly 14, 1S84. , Notice is hereby given that William H. Watt, and Jolm R. Clark, Samuel Allen, George Montgomery and Edward H. Terry, by William H. Watt, their attorney in fact, whose Post Of fice address is Hailey, Alturas County, Idaho Territory, have made application for a United States Patent for the "MONTGOMERY" Lode mining claim, situate in Sec. 10, T. 4, N. R. 18 E., Boise Meridian, Warm Spring Creek Mining District, Alturas County. Idaho Terri tory, consisting of 16D0 linear feet of the lode, and surface ground 600 beet wide, being Lot No. 60, and described in the Held notes and plat the official survey on file in fhls office, Vvl magnetic variation at 18° SO 1 east, as follows: Commencing at tho discovery point of this claim, and running N. 46° B., 300 feet centor N. end line of claim ; thenoe N. 74° W., 336.6 feet to coru r No. 1; thenco S. 74° E., 673 feet tb corner No. 2; tiffin«» 8. 46° West, 1500 feet to corner Uo. ner No 4: of til 3: thence N. 74° W, 678rfeet fq cor tiiene«' N. 45" E., lSlxi ffet td corner No. 1, and place-.of beginning survey of e tenor boundaries: embracing an Area of 20.27 acres applied for. No conflicts. From corner No. 4, the section corner com mon to flections 9, 10, IB *nd 16, T. 4, N. R. 18 K., Boise Meridian, bears B. 51° 4P W„ 2262 feet distant. The said mining claim being of record in the ollioc of the County Recorder ot said minim, district, at Hailey, in Alturas County, Idaho Territory- The nearest known locations being the "Parker," "St. Louis," "Whistler" and "CopperepbU*." Any and, all persons claiming adversely any portion of the said "Montgomery" lode mining claim or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims thereto with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Hailey, Idaho Territory, within the sixty days' publi cation ihereof, or they will be iwu red by virtue of the oraviaions of the Statute in such eases made and provided. JuiviB-aed) Homer L. Pound, Register. I direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica tion for l"atent be published for the period o sixty days tn the KETCHUM Daily Keystone, a newspaper published at Ketchnm, Alturas County, Idaho Territory. Homes L. Pound, Register. July]6-69dl W. H. Watt, attorney for claimants. Asaessment Notice. Office of the Ketehum and Cballis Toll Road Company, Ketehum. Idaho : Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the TTvstees of the Ketchmu and Challis Toll Road Company, held on August 27, 1884, an assessment of seven dollars per ahare tt7.00) «as levied on the 5 capi tal stock of the corporation, payable to the Seceetary of the Company on or before the 29th day of September. 1*84. at its office aforesaid. Any stock r.jwn which this assessment may re main unpaid on that day will be delinquent and advertised for sale at pebiic auction, and un iats payment is made b Acre, will be sold on the 30th day of October, 1884, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with the cost of ad vertising and expense of sale. By order of the Board of Trustee«. Dated Aug. 23,1884. Oeo. V. Snow, Secretary Ketehum A Challis Toll Bead Co, ■asr APPLICATION FOR PATENT. % Nutte« No. 00. J Omtlo States Land Ornes, I , Hailey, Idaho, July it, is»;«, t Honey la hereby given tliat William H. Watt, and John It Clark. 8 ama«l Allen, George Mont gomery and Edward H. Terry, by William H. Watt, their attorney in fact, wliosePost Offloe address 1* Hailey, Alton» County, Idaho Terri tory, bave marie application for a United btate* I Eaten» for the I Lode mining claim, situate In Sec. 10, T. *, N. R, i i« E., Boise Meridian, Warm. Spring Creek Min I lntl l)i„triet, Alturaa County, Idaho Territory, • consiAtioK of 15eo linear feet of the lode» and i urtace wound 600 feet, wide, being Lot No. 48. | and described in the Held note« and plat of the j official survey on tile in this offioe, with mu . æu* variation at 18° 3ü' K., »» follow* : Commencing at the discovery point of this claim, and running N. 74° W. along center lln* j oi'ehttm, 500 IcetconterN. W. end line of,clatm; i thence Ö. 45° W. 380.5 feet to corner No. 1; thence ; N. *5° K„ 6711 feet to corner No. 2; thence B. 14° ; E„ 1600 feet to comer No. It; thence B. 45° W., «73 feet to corner No. 4; thenco N. 74° W., 1500 foot to corner No. 1, and place of beginning survey of exterior boundaries; embracing an area , f 20.27 »ores applied tor. No conliicts. | from corner No. 1, the section corner common tn Sections t), 10, 15 and 16, T. 4. N. It, 18 K„ ; Boise Meridian, bears B. 59° 03' 68" W., 3M5 fevt d.stant. | The said mining claim being of record In the office of the County Recorder of said mining | district, at Hailey, in Altoras County, Idaho Territory. The nearest known locations being tho "Bt. Louis," ''Montgomery" and "Alexan dria." Any and alLperaons claiming adversely any portion of the said "Parker" lode mining claim or surface ground are required to file their ad verse claims thereto with the Register or the United Hutes Land Office, at Hailey, Idaho ; Territory, within the sixty days' publication I thereof, or they will be barred bv virtue of the ! provisions of the BUtnte in -uch cases made 1 and provided, "PARKER" Houck L. Bound, Register. I direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica tion for Bâtent be published for the period ot sixty days in the K*tohum Uait.t Kkystcw*, a newspaper published at Ketchum, Alturaa County, Idaho Territory. Homier L. Pound, Jitlyi6-60d. Register. W, H. Watt, attorney for claimants. Notice. Treasury Department, Omet op ComptholleroptueOurrekcy. Washindton, March 21,1884. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that "The First National Bank of Ketchnm," in the Town of KotOhnm, in theCoun .y of Al j turas and Territory of Idaho, has complied with ! a |i the provisions of the Revised HUtutes of ! the United Suites, required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking. Now, theretore I. John Jay Knox, Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "The First National Bank of Ketchnm," in the Town of Ketchnm, in the County ot Alturas and Ter ritory of Idaho, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in flection Fifty-one hundred ami sixty-nine of the Re vised B-atutcs of the United Stales. In testimony whereof, witness my hand and Beal of office this, 2iet day of Marsh, 1881. J NO. J A Y KNOX, Comptroller of the Currency. of to 4; L. 8. No. 3142. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Wm. Robbins, deceased; Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the Estate of Wm. Robbins, deceased, to the creditors of, and all person* having claims ayainst, said deceased, to exhib it them. with 1 he necessary vouchers, within four months after the rtrst publication of this no tice, to said Administrator, at his offloe in the Post Office build in«, at Ketchnm, Alturas coun ty, Idaho Territory. Administrator of the Estate of William Rob bins, deceased. George Steward, I Maris—4m. ' The Great English Remedy n Is a never failing; car* M for Nervous Debility, an B 'minai Weakness, E'xliausiefl Vitality, ^1 Spermatorrhoea. O LOST MANHOOD, n Impotency, Baraiyais, Sj i'rostatorrha'a ; and all TO terrible effects of Belf TÊ Ahnse, youthful fol M lies, and excesses.in B nf*turer years— inch B »« Loss of Memoiyr. Lassitude, Nooterual Emission, Aversion to Bocietv, Dimness ofVision, Noises in the Head: tho vital fluid passing unobserved into tba urine, and many other diseases leading to la 14 li. nilKTlE will agreo * v ; of tv sanity and death, to forfeit Five Hundred Hollars for a ease of this kind the Vital Keslorativ« (under his special adviae and treatment) will not cure, or for anything impure- or injurious found in it. .OK. !H ■ IX T IB! treats all private diseases successfully without mercury. Con an I lot ion tree. Thorough examnsatloa and advice, including analysis of urine, S5. Priceof Vital Hrstoral ivc, 1 1 .50 about lajor four times the quantity, $5 ; sent to any ad dress upon receipt of price, or C. O. D., ob scure from observation, and in private nam* desired. H. Nam,tic Bottle Free; Seat on application by letter, stating syarp toms, sex and age. Communications strictly confidential by »B. A. E. MINtlE, ll Kearney St reel , Nail Eranciseo, Cal. . MINT IE'S Kidney Rrmed), Septiretiruin, cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Gotionhœa, Gleet, Leuohorrhcea. For sale by all druggists: 41 per bottle, or eix bottles lor 86. DU. niNTIE'K Dandelion 1*111« u* best and cheapest Dyspepsia and IlilloHa eure in th* market. For sale by ail drnggiata. [Sept26-1T tb to DU of til DR, SPINNEY; 18 No. 11 Kearney Ejtrest^ San Francisco, CaL, . Treats all Chronic and Spec'af diseases. * Voug Tic II c , Who may, be suffering from the effects ,«f youthful follies or indiscretion will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever l&id at the altar'«f suffering humanity, m Spinqey will guarantee to forfeit tsoo for every case of weakness or private disease of evfry kind or character which be undertakes an* fails to cure. * - Kiddle-Aged Ken. Thera are many at the age of 30 to 35 who troubled with too frequent avacuatlon of bladder, often accompanied by a burning or smarting sensation and a weakening of the ada tom in a manner the patient cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposit, a ropy sediment will often ,be found, and sometime* small particles of albumen will appear, or th* color will- be a thin, milkish hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There ar« many men who die of this kiffieulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. 8, will guarantee a perfect out* in all such oases, and a healthy restoration ok the gonito-urinary organs. Office hours —10 to 4 and 6 to 8 . Sunday* finni JO to 11 a. M. Con sultation free. Thorough examination and ad vice. 85. Call or address Dr. Spinney & Co., No. IX Kearney St., Ban Francisco. LSept.as- 17 . £ o Wood River Real Estate, Mining, Insurance and Collection Aeencv. John C. Wait,' of per KETCHUM, CONVEYANCING a SPECIALTY. Transacts a general Real Estate and CoU«a tion Business. ; IDAHO. the re on ad the All business receives prompt attention. Loans negotiated. Interest and Taxes paM Houses leased and Rents collectsd. Mines ex amined and reported on. References: Prickett Sc Lamb. Boise City; Pi nk h a m A Lewis, Ketehum ; Roberta A Haw ley, Hailey; F. E. Ensign, Hailey. Office in Palace Hotel UugM*.