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LOCATING MINING CLAIMS.
The follo^ir»" circular lias been sont out from the General Lflnd Ofllcu at Washington to United Ht is tes Surveyors General and Registers aud Receivers: 1. Tin) rights grunted to locators un der Section ililit3, Revised Statutes, are restricted to such locutions on veins, lodes or ledges as may- bo "sttunted on the rt/BLio domain. " In applications for lode cluims where the survey con flicts with u prior valid lode claim or en try, and the ground in conflict is delu ded, the applicant not only has no right to tho excluded ground, but ho has no right to that portion of any vein or lode tho top or apex of which lies within such excluded ground, unloss his location was prior to May 10, 1872. His light to the lode claimed terminates where tho lode, in its onward course or strike, inter •acts tho exterior boundary of such excluded ground und pusses within it. 3. The end lino of this survey should not, therefore, lie .established beyond auch intersection, unless it should bo necessary so to do for the purpose of in cluding ground held and claimed under a location which was uutdo upon public land and valid at the timo it was made. To include such ground (which may possibly embrace other lodes) tho end lino of the survey may lie established ■within the conflicting survey, but tho line must be so run ns not to extend any further into tho conflicting survey than may be necessary to make such end line parallel to the other end line, and at the same time embrace the ground held and claimed. Thu useless practice «if such oases o! extending botii the •fide lines in a survey into a conflicting survey and establishing an end-line wholly witliln it, beyond a point neces sary under tho rule just stated, will bo discontinued. 3. After the receipt of this circular at tho local land office all applications for minerHl patents, applications to pur chase, Register's fluid certificates of try and Receiver's receipts must not on ly describe the ground claimed, but must state spooitloully what conflict conflicts with other surveys, lots or claims are excluded, giving the number of each conflicting survey or lot. Tho published aud posted notices must oon taiu the same information. 80 en or DlSiltllT COURTS. Terms of Court in Iduho Territory for 1885 und 188U. FIRST DIBTSIOT-NOl'.MAN BUCK, yUKTIOE. Ne« Pereo county—At Lewiston, the second Monday in Juno, third Monday in November. Idaho county—At Mt. Idaho, the first Monday tu May, first Monday in No vember. Kootenai county—At Kuthdrum, the second Moudny in Muroh, second Mon day in September. Shoshoueoounty—At Murray, the third Monday In July, and fourth Monday in December. bKCOMD DISTRICT— CAS J* BRODKKICK, J. Ada county—At Boise City, the first Monday in April, and second Monday in December. Alt liras county At Hailey, the third Monday in May aud Aral Monday in Oc tober. Boise county- Idaho City, first Mon day in March and the third Monday in Hepterabcr. Owyhee county—Silver City, flrst I ; Monday in May and second Monday in August. Washington county— Weiser City, third Monday in March and first Monday in September. T7IIIH» niSTRtCB J. T. MOROAN, 0. J. Biuglmm County—Biaokfoot, second Monday in May aud second Monday in October. Oneida county Malad City, second Monday in April and seoond Moudny in November. Custer county—Challis, third Monday in June ntul ilrst Monday in September. Cassia county Albion, the first Mon day iu April amt fourth Monday ill Au gust. Bear LaUo county—Paris, first Monday iu July. Lem lu oounty - Salmon City, Monday iu June aud fourth Moudav September. Supremo Court—Second Monday in January. first iu IHFOUTANT TO SETTLE US* O. N. 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These Invaluable hooks contain information gleaned from the markets of tiio world. \Vo will mail a copy Freo to any address upon receipt of the postage—8 cents. Let us hear from you. Respectfully, W£RKIISIJi!i 82 *.g? Will be mailed to all applican ts FREE'VÎ^lt. and to ouMomcra of iaaTyear without ordering It. It cootalu, llluetratiom, prices. dMcriptjooa and direction» (hr planting VetMabUend Flower RBGDS, BULBS, etc. D. M. FERRY ACO. D ^ï££ ,T THALLI all HO IFOR THE HOT SPRINGS! WITH THE OPENING OF THE SEASON f * wo anuounoc to tha citizans of Ketehum anil Hdjaceat Towns, AND THE PUBLIC IK GENERAL, That we aro row Prepared with Increased Facilities to Accommodate a lit who Favor us With Their Patronage 1 SïcYESTSIE & S03X. GEORGE J. LEWIS, PHARMACISTS Dealers In Flu« Priurs, Chemical*, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, &o. A Complete Stock on Hand of Eng'llfth and French Brushes, Soaps, Essences and Pharmaceutical Preparations. Iterlierche and Suitable to the Most Fastidious taste. Imported and Domestlo Cigars, Fishing Tackle, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Station ery, etc., etc.—and in every way Ileplete with such Articles as are Usually found in a First-Class Drug Store. Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty. GEO J. LEWIS. WILLST YOUNG, Prescription Clerk. Two Doors IT. of Pinkham As Lewis. lMy!7-tf ■THE (Combined with the Brewery Saloon) Leo. Stech. - Proprietor, Main Street, A First-Class Eating House with the Best the Market Affords, and at the Lowest Going Prices. Ketehum, Idaho. OPEN NIGHT AND DAY. Fresh Bread and Fine Pastry a Specialty. The First National Bank of Ketehum. ORGANIZED FEBRUARY, 1884. Paid up Capitul, $50,000; Authorized Capital, $500,000. ISAAC I. LEWIS, President; GEO. B. MOULTON. Vice President; GEO. W. GRIF FIN, Cashier; H. C. LEWIS, Assistuut Cashier. Board of Directors: I. I. Lewie, Geo. B. Moulton, Jos. Pinkham, Geo. W. Griflln, Wm. Hyndman. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. ADVANCES MADE ON ODES AND BULLION. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Remittances promptly made. Exchange sold on Eastern and Western Cities; also, Exchange at lowest rates, on England, France, Germany, Austria, Norway, Sweden, and all Foreign Countries. Special attention given to Collections, and THE BAXTER HOTEL Paul P. Baxter, Proprietor, Next door to First National Bank, IDAHO. KETCHUM, TIIE NEW BAXTER HOTEL, Completed and thrown Open to the Pu bile, Com bines Every Feature of a FIRST-CLASS METROPOLITAN HOUSE. TWENTY-FIVE NEW ROOMS, FINE SYSTEM OF WATER WORKS, READING ROOMS, GOOD BEDS and FURNITURE THROUGHOUT. COMFORTABLE PARLORS, Location Central and Convenient to Business Houses, Postoffice, Banks, «fcc. GO TO THE BAXTER HOTEL. Jl ) Confectionery, Oyster and Chop House f Main Street, Ketehum, Idaho, Opposite P. O Proprietor. GEO. S. CAT.T.AIHA3T, THE BAKERY Is Supplied with a Fine Assortment of Fresh Bread and Pastry, and will Deliver the Su me to any Part ot Town. OhsTWedding Cakes and Fine Pastry will Receive Special Attention. GAME, OYSTERS, FISH, ETC., In Reason. PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, Si-Flin: WINKS AVIV CIOAKB ON ORDER. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. LIVERY, FEED AKD SALE STABLE Weber & Cowley, Props. Bus and Transfer Line Between the City and Depot; Fine Carriage Rigs On Short Notice. TELEPHONE EXCHANCE CONNECTE» WITH THE STABLE. Horses Boarded by the Day or Week. SHIP YOUR GOODS -for BAYHORSE, CHALLIS, BONANZA, CUSTER, CLAYTON, HUSTON, VIENNA, SAWTOOTH, GALENA, AND ALL POINTS Tributary to Ketehum, Halo, —IN CARE OF— The K. F. II., Ketchuin, Idaho. STRICTLY a FORWARDING BUSINESS Satisfaction Guaranteed. References: First National Bank of Ketehum; Pinkham unci Lewis; Geo. M. Snow, formerly of Biaokfoot. KETCHUIYI FQRWÛ. HOUSE, H. C. LEWIS, Prop'r. Ketehum, Idaho, Dec. 22. 1884-tf APPLICATION POP PATENT. Notice No. IIO. United States Land Oracï, < Hailey, Idaho, May 22, 1835. f Notice is hereby given that Walter P. Jenney ha« made application for a United States Patent for tho ■sCO Lode mining claim, situate in Warm Spring Creek Mining District, Alturas County, Idaho Territory, consisting of 1145 linear feet of the lode, aud suriuce ground tiiiu iect wido, being Lot No. 51, and described iu the field notes and plat of the official.survey on tile in this office, with magnetic variation at 1 « degrees aud 80 minutes east, as follows: Commencing at tLe discovery point of this claim, and running thence N. 83° 25' E. along the center line of the claim l u feet to tho N. F» . end line of the cairn; thence N. 41)° 45' W. along the N. E. end line of the claim 800 feet to a post marked U. S. L. 51 Cor. 1, the north cor ner of the claim ; thence S. 40° 40' E. along the N. E. eud line of the claim, 000 led to the East corner of ttie claim, a post marked U. b. L. 61, Cor. 2; thence b. 88° '25 W. along the S. E. side line of the claim, 1445 feet to me South corner of the cluim. a post marked U. S- L. 61, Cor. 8; thence N. 40° 40 W. along the S. W. end line of the claim, GUO feet to the West corner of the claim, a post marked U. S. L. 61, Cor- 4; thence N. 38° 25' E. along the N. NY. side line of the claim, 1446 feet to Cor. No. 1, and the place of beginning of survey of exterior boundaries. From corner No 4 the section corner common to Sections U, 10,15 Ac 16, T. 4, N. K. IS E., bears H. 62° 3' 41" W an area of 10/ filet with the Montgomery Lode Mining claim of 7.711 acres, which is hereby waived. The said mining claim being of record in the office of the County liecoider ot said Mining District, at Ilailey, in Alturas County, Idaho Territory. The nearest known locations being the Montgomery aud St. Louis. Any ami all persons c aiming adversely any portion of the said Leo lode mining claim cr •face ground are required to filé their ad verse claims thereto with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Hailey. Idaho Territory, Mithin the sixty days' publication thereoi, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statu: ein such cases made Hum Kit L. p. und. Register. b 47.74 feotdiBtant. Embracing 1 acres; except the ar a iu con and provided. I direct that the foregoing Notice of Applica tion for Patent be published lor the period sixty days (ten eoiiHtcutive weeks) in the Idaho Weekly Keystone, a newspaper pub Conutv, ldahouer ilOML'ii L- Pound, Register. of Usbed at Ketehum, A!. ritory. W. H. Watt, Attorney for Applicant. First publicatio:, May 2.., 1885. Uotice of 'Forfeiture. To O O- Peck : You are hereby notified that we, your co owners, have done tlm annual a-'segment werk, amounting to One Hundred ($ 100 ) Dol lars for the year 1884. on the Vermont Mining claim, situated iu Mineral Hill Mining District, Alturas County, I .alio Territory, and adjulniug the Extension ot thelTideof Idaho mine, this being tlie amount required by law to hold said Vermont claim under Section 2624 of the Revised Statute- tf the United States. And there is now due from you. as your pro portion of said annual cxi t nditure, the sum of Twenty Five i$ 2 ö.ou) Dollars. Now, if you, the said O. Peck, fail to contribute your proportion of said expenditure as «ta ted, within ninety (90) days from the last pi.biicutioxi of this no tice, or 180 days from date of first publication, including cost of publication of tins notice, your interest in saPI mininy claim will become the property of the subscribers hereto under Section 2324 of tho Revised S atutos of the J. E. Camrklt.. L. DOUKUEOId. Uuited State». Ketehum. Idaho, April 29, 1885. (Firat publication, Rlay 2,1885-9CK1.) PAY ROLLS FOR SALE —at the— KEYSTONE OFFICE : laut what »II Mlntoj? Suj'Orin'.sndsn'.a ï>\vxl.