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t&e stmCAY" oregonian; portlakit, rasr 24, rooo.
Last Chance, by 'Ed Welsh and Thomas Rus
eell. Gold. Olive and Clear Creeks.
Lily, by D. W. Jones and Walter Boyer.
(Gold and silver.
Last Chance, by W. A- I5 Lapp, lofan Huey
and Harry Huey. One and a hair miles south
west of Granite.
Linn, by W. H. Brtdgford and W. H. Wet
iall, One and a half miles southwest of Gran
ite. Le Boy. by Charles Garoffo -and A. D. Ban
non. Gold and silver. Granite district.
Little Cripple Creek. TV. H. Brtdgford and
"George E. Altken. One and a half miles
Outbwc. of Granite.
London, by Richard E. Coe. Gold. China
uulcn, near Granite.
Ladyemith, by F- Mallery and M. X. Mal
JorjV Gold and slher. Trail Creek.
Ladysmlth. by D. Menzles, C Chlsholm and
J. Gaasmaa. Elk Creek.
"Lacy- 'Washington, by D." Menxies. C Chls
holm and J. Gassman. Elk Creek.
.Leo Nos. 1 and 2, by M. K, Toohey and C
E. Kane. North elope of Olive Butte.
Leland. by W. 8. Driver. Gold and allver.
Big Boulder Creek.
. Last Chance, by Grant Turner. Charlee Lock
llh and Room Kochren. Near Granite.
Legal Tender, by Dan Reynolds and E. J.
Xrwyer. Near the Copper King.
. Loub-e. by J. B. Rogers. One and a quar
ter miles southeast of Granite.
Last Hope, by Ed Benson. Ira Padrick and
Ceorge Trana. Clear and Granite Creeks.
Little Granite. b- W. H. Brldgford and TV.
JI. WestfaJL Gold and silver. Congo Creek.
. Lucky Bill's, by W. H. Brtdgford and W. H.
Westfalt. Gold and silver. Congo Creek.
Lizzie, by Percy Boundy. Gold and silver.
Can) on Mountain.
Loughbom. by W. S. Duncan. Gold and sil
ver. North Fork of John Day River.
Lilly, by Peter "Montel. J. IL Patnodo and
Orlla Perrault. Spring Cr.
Lost Boy No. 3. by John Huey. Near Gran
ite. Lost Boy Nos. 1 and 2,by W, G. Browr.
and Guy L. Lindsay. Two and a half miles
Aouth or Granite.
-Lucky Boy by TV. G. Mllllorn and L. S.
Logan. Gold. Between Olive and Lightning
Last Chance, by Enoa HIatt and E. G. Ste
venson. One mile northwest of Roblnson
Vllle. Lafayette, by Gay Reeder. two and a half
Wiles southeast of Granite.
Lost Bdy. by Frank Cedarwall and John S.
Hughes. Cougar Ridge. Dixie district.
Log Cabin Nos. 1 and 2, by John Howard.
I Mallery and C M. Coleman. Nevada Gulch.
.. Lucky Boy, by J., Vv. Scott and Fred Wag
ner. Gold, silver and copper.
Lone Star, by George "VS. Bomeau and TV.
'Little Giant, by Rose McCoy. North Fork
of John Day River.
Lucky Boy. by J. Cobn. Gold and silver.
On divide between Lake Creek and Meadow
Lee. Johanna TV. Cabell and A. J. Trimble.
Jtforth fork of Onion Creek.
Lucky Mc. by L W. "MoMltchetl. Gold.
.Near the Red Boy.
Last Chance, by C R. Aldrin. Quebec
Ladyflmlth. by W. H. Roblson. Gold. Three
miles northeast of Granite.
Little Jess, by Thomas Parkhurst. George W.
Stevens and James Cornfleld. Near Granite
La rior. by F. Malloi-'. G. "W. Wisdom. L.
"W. Place and E. J. Thorpe. Gold. Cleat
Lucky Hall, by Charles C Hall. Gold and
silver. On divide between Meadow Creek
and Lake Creek.
Little Maud, by John Addomsi. Richard Ad
doms and W. W. Addoms. North Fork ot
John Day River.
Little Jap, by Charles E. Kane and D. A.
Blakeney. Gold and sliver. Olive Creek
Last Chance, by L. L. H11L Adjoins the Os
Well Campbell homestead.
Lulu V.. by Clifton Cleaver. Gold. Canyon
Leadvllle. by H. S. Davis, George P. Jones
ad J. T. Barry Two miles northwest ot
Lambert, by J. B. Chappalear, George Ken
nedy, Charles Buhler.
Lucky Boy. by F. W. Christopher. Middle
"Fork of John Day River.
Little Joney, by J. W. Scott and Fred "Wag
ner. Gold, silver, copper and lead. Red
Little Emma, "by L W. McMltchell. Clear
Little Blue, by F. P. Hays. Gold. Clear
Loncoln, by Frank Conway and A. J. Hen
tlry. Buby Creek.
LuzeroiK Now. 1 and 2. by John Coyle. James
Rellty and J. A. Kltpel. Half a mile from
Little Comstock. by L W. McMltchell. One
and. a half miles went of Granite.
Little Grade, by F. A. Chesney. On Congo
Creek, on Red Boy Mountain.
Lucerne, by A. Marrotte. Louis Marrotte,
John Coyle and James Ralley. Gold, silver
and lead, near Crane Creek.
Lone- Star, by J. S. Hughes, J. M. Short and
Frank Cedcrwall. Gold, silver and lead.
Dixie Creek. .,
Lost Spring, by C J. Lane. Elk Creek dis
trict. Lulu, by "Walter Garrisom Olive district.
Lucky Boy. by John S. Hushes. Frank Ceder
wall and J. M. Short. Gold and silver. Near
Prairie City. '
Lone Star, by B, C "Wellwood and C R.
Parsons. Clear Creek.
Lady "Washington, by P. J. Nuss: Gold.
Beaver Creek. -
Lapwai. by Henry N. Barnhart. On the
Last Chance, by J. P., 3IcGu!gan and J. M.
Roee. Gold. Four and a half miles north of
Little Breeches, by J. L. Crouse. East fork
of Big Boulder Creek.
Magnolia, by Charles "A. Wellnltz. "William
Owens and XV. Hoeye. Gold. Canyon City
Mollle Gibson, by H. W. Tracy and Fred
Hoff. Gold. Half a mile north ot Bc-b-lnsonville.
Marj B.. by Thomas H. Bailey. One mile
southwest of Ibex mine.
Montana Nos. 2. 3 and 4, by James T. Mur
phy, Barney Mull&an and William Regan.
Mammoth, by J. H. GlUIland. One mile
northeast cf Granite.
Mountain. King, by A. I. Lane. Elk Creek
Mint, by O. L. Patteruon. Gold. Two ana
a. half milen south of Canyon City.
Morning Star, by Fred Wagner and J. J.
Bellly. One mile northwest of Granite.
Mltas. by A. B. Pierce. William eese
cad Leavltt. Gold. Clear Creek.
Martha, by H. C. Dlnnls. iced Boy district.
Minnie, by W. Reese ana A. B. Pierce. Bea
Monument, by Zoeth Houser. Gold, sliver
and copper. Canyon Creek.
Mabel, by Elmer Overholt. Gold. MarysvHle
Missouri, by Thomas Eaton. Gold, silver
and lead. Seven miles southeast of Prairie
Monteeono, by C H. Fenner and J. J. Tra
cy. Quebec Mountain, a,t Junction of Clear
and Olive Creeks.
Monitor, by Duncan McDonell and Tim Mor
ality. Crane Creek.
McGregor, by Ed Welsh and James Christie.
Margery, by William Huselton and George
H. Casey. Gold and sliver. Bull Bun Creek.
Mary B.. by Eugene Bartholf. Gold and sll
ver. Near Baldy Mountain.
Mountain View Nos. L 2 3 and 4, by Wil
liam Boss and Griffith Thomas.
Maryland, by George J. Cunningham and C
B. Miller. Gold and silver. Beaver Creek.
McKlnley, by Ed Welsh and G. W. Jack
aon. Five and a half miles from Granite.
Montana Girl, by William J. J. Smith and
George J. Cunningham. Parallels the Red
Minnie, by P. O. O. Malloy. H. a Dlnlus
and Max M. Shlllock. Red Boy district.
Montana, by H. C Dlnlus. P. O. O. Malloy
and Max M. Shlllock. Red Boy district.
Massasolt, by Tom Eagleton. T. IL Mur
phy and Fred Sink. Ruby Creek.
Mabel, by F. Mallery and J. T. Boyle. Gold.
May Queen, by D. Jaeger. Gold. Bull Run
Marcelllo, by Charles Parsons, and Thomas
Russell. On ridge between Olive and Clear
Maine Nos. 1 and 2, by Percy Roundy and
L. P. Roundy. Gold and slher. Indian Creek,
lrht miles, south of Prairie City.
May Queen, by Jl. B. Ferree. Gold and sil
ver. Indian Creek, on Canyon Mountain.
McKlnzle. by D. J. Fcree. Gold and sil
ver. Strawberry Butte.
Meridian, Nos. 1 and 2. by L. L. Carter and
A. L. Laviers. Gold and silver. Strawberry
Maggie May. by J. B. Ferree. Gold and sil
ver. On Indian Creek. Canyon Mountain.
Marigold, by M. R. Carlton. T. J. Power
and S. W. Gutridge. One and a half miles
east of Granite.
Magpie, by Dell Sherer, A. Larson and A.
JCerr. Lightning Creek.
Mascot, by U. S. Hamm and R. McCreary.
Gold and silver. Red Boy "--.
Mill Lode, by A. W. Dunn. Quartzburg dis
trict. Magnolia, by J. A. Kissel. Nine miles
northeast of Granite.
Maid of Oregon, by Isaac Guker. Three
Quarters of a mile south of Canyon City, on
the ridge between Canyon Creek and Whtoky
Mlddleton. by Wesley Sllsbee. West fork
of Dixie Creek.
Michigan, by Frank Sargent. Copper Moun
tain, east fork of Dixie Creek.
Maggie, by J. C Haskell. Wiley Osbom
and W. C Glbbs. Susanvllle district.
Morning Star, by Frank Cedarwell and John
S. Hughes. Cougar Ridjre. Dixie district.
Messenger Boy. by W. H. Brldgford and W.
H. Westfall. Bull Run Creek.
Minnehaha, by William Huselton -and R. A.
Day. Gold. In Dead Man's Gulch.
My Brother Levy, by Duncan. McDonald.
Tim Morarlty and John Coyle. Crane Creek.
Mountain Buck Nos. 1 and 2. by George G.
Hall and Arthur Phlrbrook. Gold and silver.
Manower. by f Knowlton and P. C
Phllbrlck. Gold and silver. Granite dis
trict. ilerrlmac. by J. H. Robblns. Red Boy coun-
Mogul, by H. Mahoney and George Pro
Kro. Gold. Bull Run Creelc
Molalla. by Addle Cleaver. Gold and eil-
Mabel E.. by George Bentley. Gold and
silver. Boundary Creek.
Mphrwk. by Edward Benson. Clear Creek.
Mi2n,t-..bJ'G- w- Shrf. G. E. Ward. A. W.
!?.!?- "'on and A. L. Mackey. Dixie
Montana Kid. by Duncan McDonell and Tim
Morarlty. Ten Cent Creek.
rilScV.lnff !rd'iJJ nca McDonell and Tim
Morarlty. Ten Cent Creek.
Mary, by IL L. Grave. Three and a half
mlls from Granite.
.Masfllon. by William Reee and G. P.
Leavltt. Goli Clear Creek.
Mountain Buck, by Georg G. Hall and Ar
thur Phlllbrick. Gold, silver and lead. Be
tween Sumpter and Granite .
Monarch, by S. W. Walker. IL 1 Walker
and Mrs. Mabel Walker. Two miles south
Mammoth, by George A. Devln and William
Robbineon. Two miles northeast of Granite.
Adorning Star, by Joseph G. Waugh and G.
R. Stone. Mile south of Granite Creek.
. Michigan, by W. E. .Weed and F. A. Weed.
Near Junction or Lightning and Spring Creeks.
Margaret, by A. G. Chehey. On ullve and
Clear. Creek divide. .
Morning Glory, by Richard K. Hughes. East
fork of Dixie Creek.
Mammoth, by M. D. Manoney. , Gold and
silver. On Olive and Clear Creek divide.
Mountain Queen, toy Ed Rawecro. Joseph
Faulk and George Probasco. Gold. Bull Run
Michigan, by W. J. Moorehead and .George
Mazlere. by J. B. Tardifc auffalo Hill. Gran
Mammoth No. 4. by C F. Parker. Gold,
Olive Creek district.
Muncy, "by F. A. -Chesney. Congo Creek, on
Mattle. by F. A. Chesney. Cong. Creek.
Majestic, by Adam Christie. William Crowe
and John Howard. Granite Creek, three milts
Mineral Wonder, by George Irby. C J. Demrt
sey and Frank Conway. Quebec Mountain,
between Olive and Clear Creeks.
Mountain View, by William CHappell, Wil
liam J. .Evans and George Dales. Olive
Montana, by James T. Murphy( Barney Mul
ligan and William Regan. Half a mile
northwest of the Cougar.
Move Anchor, by W. H. McMillan. Mile
west of Granite.
Merit, by J6hn Wilson. Gctd. Clear Creek.
Mephlsto. by W. L. Toung and Eramo Un
zlcker North Fork of John Day Hlver.
Mercury, by J. W. Klttridge. Crosses Comer
Ridge from Juniper Point.
Myrtle, by W. D. Johnson. Gold and silver.
Extension of the Poor Bey.
Mineral Chief, by W. D. Johnscn. Is bitween
the Poor Boy and the Golden Quartz..
Monarch, by George WleeL Olive Creek.
May Daisy. 1 and 2. by J. H. Haggard
and P. L. Maltland. Gold. Nevada Gulch.
Mary Ann. by F. E. Foster and O. T. Kel
ly. Gold. Near the Great Northern.
Monitor, by W. R. Cooper. Elk Creek.
Monitor, by A. E. Starr. Near McNamee
Molder Boy. by W. J. Moorhead and Miles
Massachusetts, by C. E. Macomber. Sculh
slope of Olive Butte, near Olive Creek.
Montana, by C. L. Cor. Olive Creek.
Mammoth, by J. G McGulgan. OUe and
Monogram, by George Graham. Clear Creek.
Mountain Tap, by G. W. Klttredge. Dixie
Mollle Camptcn. by Ernest W. Jackson. Gold,
sliver, copper and lead.
Minneapolis, by James McCourt. Gold and
Monterey, by C. R. Barnhart. Three miles
northwest of Granite.
Maje.?tic Nee. 1 and 2, by L. Butler and
John Coyle. Lucas Gulch.
Manhattan, by George C Humphries. Quartz
Moggie K.. bv George J. Barrett and Adam
Hamaur. Goldand silver. Olive Creek.
Morning Star, br J. W. Beott. 'Gold, sliver
and lead. Red Boy district.
Montrose, by T. F". Jeffrey and W. A.
Stewart. Gold, sliver and lead. Clear Creek.
Mastiff, by William Crowe and John How
ard. Gold, silver and lead. Three miles
north of Granite.
Marton. by J. G. Marion and E. J. Kelly.
Gold. Nevada Gulch.
Mikado, by S. E. Whalley. Copper, gold
and silver. Dixie dlrtrlct.
Modoc, by S. E. Whalley. Gold and silver.
Murdella. Nos 1 and 2. "by John Mclver.
Mill Ledge, by C S. Miller. Near Granite.
M. end J., by M. O. Wisdom. Gold. Green
Mayflower. No. 2. by Charles M. Llnvllle
and E. S. Abbott. Gold and silver. Myrtle
Mastodon, by Goodwin A. Toung and C A.
Toung. Cable Cove district.
Mobile, by Paul F. Martin. Five and a half
miles northwest of Granite.
Mountain Lion, by E. E. Minor. Beaver
Mother Lode, by I. E. Iters. Gold. Ten
Myrtle, by George W. Herren. Three miles
eart of Granite.
Mabel, by Gay Recdsr. Head of Onion
Myriad, by E. D. Abbott. Crane Creek.
New Tork. by P. H. Paradise and A. H. Cop
pie. Gold and sllxer. Bull Hun Creek.
New Kovai. by C. M. Tracy and Utrge IL
Trana. uoid and sllvfcr. Three miles east
of Granite. .,
Northern Pacific, by Isaac Guker. . East
fork of Big Boulder Creek.
North totar. by T. P. Cuilen and Isaac Guker.
Little Pine Creek.
Nagie. by Dan Jager. Gold and silver. Bull
North role, by W. D. Johnson. Gold and
sliver, btraw berry Butte.
New Tork, bjrM.il f urdln and J. C Mar
Nevada, by William Chappell and C Wald
mann. Olive district.
Nashville, No. 2, Uold, silver and lead. Light
Nellie, by Ellen Wagner. Clear Creek.
Navajo. by J. W. Watts, James Barry and
J. M. Green. North fork ot John Day Hlver.
New Era, by A. IL Healey aud J. D. Beas
ler. Gold, silver, copper and lead. Lltue
Never i'aii. by Thomas carney. .weaver
Nineteen Hundred, by Edward Turk. Wesley
Sllsbee and William Hurd. West fork of .Dixie
New Tear, by H. W. Eamondson. N. C. Jen
kins. H. C Skinner and J. H. B. Ilamngton.
Nineteen Hundred, by Nels Ogllvle. F. H.
Murphy and John Monaha-i. One mile soutn
cost of Red Boy mine.
North Star, by John M. Ballou. OHe Creek.
New Tear's Gift, by W. A. White and A. J.
.Merrttt. Gold.' Half a mile southwest of
Norah B.. by T. E. Going, John Beardsley.
O. M. Sail ford and D. W. Cushman. Gold
and sitter. Bull Hun Creek.
Never Sweat, by Ed Butze. Sr.. P. O. King
and Ed Butze, Jr., Clear Creek, Greenhorn
Nettle, by Lulu V. Cleaver. Gold and sil
ver, canyon Mountain.
New Tork, by F. G. Lawson. Gold. Bull
Nickel I'late No. 2. by Charles Martin and
Pat Clarke. Gold. Four miles northwest of
North Jerome, by Charles L. Wilson. Gold
and silver. Beaver Creek.
North Star, by L E. Hose. Two miles -west
No. 1, by L. E. Palmer. D. A. Blakeney and
Thomas Heady. Gold and sliver. Two miles
north of Hoblnsonvllle.
No. 2. by D. A. Blakenry, L. E. Palmer and
Thomas heady. Gold and silver. Near Rob
lnsonvlllc. Never Despair, by J. H. Haggard. Gold, sil
ver and lead. Clear Creek.
Norah, by J. A. Murphy and A. Lautcnhelscr.
One mile from Ibex mine.
Nona Such, by George Hetzer. Gold, silver
and lead. Between the Independence and the
Now Hope, by E. W. Johnson, M. E. Par
sons. W. A. Atkinson nnd J. B. Powell. Clear
Nickel Plate, by C. Marten. P. Clarke, T.
K. Mulr and W. L. Vinson. Gold, silver, cop
per and lead. Four miles north of Sumpter.
Norcross and Norcrot-s No. 1, by T. W. Nor
cross and W. A. Norcross. East fork of Dixie
Newman by William Reese and G. P. Leav
ltt. Gold. Clear Creek.
Natchez, by R. li. Clayton and J. Watson.
Gold. Cougar Mountain, Dixie district.
Nora Belie, by K. C. Wellwood and C. It.
Parsons. Olive Creek.
New Find, by W. B, Flsk. Dixie Creek.
Number Three, by C S. Miller. Near Gran
ite. North Extension of Tiger, by J. C Hill and
W. Slltbee. Gold. Dixie district.
Niagara, by Zoeth Houser, J. S. Vinson and
J. S. Hughes. Gold and silver. Cougar Ridge.
Nonpareil, by E. W. Johnson. M. E. Parsons
and W. H. Atkinson. North fork of John
New Era, by J. E. Hale. Gold. Near Gran
Old Griff, by J. C Shelby and J. E. Cou
per. Elk Creek district.
Old Glory, by J. W. Wright and wife, and
W. G. Brown. On Granlte-Sumpter stage.
Osceola, by Joseph Sheedy and T. J. Sheedy.
Oregon, by Tom Eagleton and P. P. Con
sey. Two miles east of Granite.
Oregon, by A. E. Wilson. Gold. Near
Ohio Boy, by H. C Dennis. Beaver Creek.
Olympla, by Henry McMillan. Gold and sil
ver. Elk Creek district.
Oklahoma, by George J. McCreary. Red Boy
Oregon, by F. White. W. H. Geiger and C
Beary. In Shoep Gulch, near Canyon City.
Orinoke. by Mrs. J. B. Washburn. Eight
miles south of Prairie City.
Old Tear, by H. W. Edmondson. N. C. Jen
kins, H. C Skinner and J. H. B. Harrington.
Oregon Wonder, by A. L. Laviers. Gold
and sltver. Sheep Creek. Strawberry Butte.
Ontario, by John Coyle. John Rodin and
Louis Marrotte. Gold and silver. Near Gran
ite. Oro Granda, by E. J. Cross and John F.
Hardee, Three miles north of Granite.
Ontario, by H. B. Martin. Lost Creek,
Old Boston, by T. F. Emery. Lost Creek.
Operator, by John Howard. John Foster and
F. Mallory. Olive Creek.
Olympla. by C M. Tracy and George II.
Trana. Three and a half miles east of Gran
ite. Oregon, by Frank Cederwoll nnd John S.
Hughes. Cougar Ridge. Dixie district.
Overlook, by Peter Montel. J. H. Patnode and
Orila Perrault. Lightning Creek.
Old Glory, by William Reese and G. P.
Leavltt Gold. Clear Creek.
Olympla No 1, by William Finn. Oold.
Bull Run Creek.
Olympla No. 2. by C. R. Konkle. Gold.
Bull Run Creek.
Olympla. by Ernest Ruof. Olive Creek dis
trict. Oriole, by TV. R. Cooper, William Morris and
James Stevenson. In Quartz Gulch, Elk Creek
Ophlr. by W. F. Longwlll. Charles L. Wil
son. J. E. Lancaster and E. F. Warner. Gold
and silver. North of Olive Butte.
Odd Fellow, No. 2. by John Hodgens. One
mile southwest of the Red Boy.
O. J. C. by Thomas Parkhurst. James Corn-
acid ana George Stevens. Buck Gulch. 1
Olympla, by Charles B. Kane and D. A
Blakeney. Gold and silver. West of Ollre
Ophor. by L W. McMltcheiL Gold. Red
Oakland, oy I. E. Hose and W.' AV. Bobbins.
Headwaters of Lost Creek.
Olive, by Ralph E. Blewett. Gold. West of
Odd Fellow, by A. Drake. Half a mile from
Red Boy mine.
Old hickory, by Richard K. Hughes. East
fork of Dixie Creek.
Olympla, by M. 1). Mahoney. On Olive and
dear Creek divide.
O. K.. by W. H. Atkinson. E. W. Johnson,
J. E. Powell and M. E. Parsons Clear Creek.
bid Abe. by Ed BuUe. Sr.. P. G. King and
Ed Butze, Jr. On Sunrise Peak, Greenhorn
Ohio Boy, Nos. 1 and 2, by W. F. Longwlll
nna Chanes Wilson. Clear Creek.
Oregon, by Ed Flaherty, Joseph Sheedy.. John
Conery. Granite Creek.
Odessa, by O. O. Benson. Grant Thornburg
and Nell Nlven. Gold. Near the Alberta.
Overland, by Isaac Guker and T. P. CuIUn.
Oriental, by E. W. Borman and Maurice
Kane. On the Granite road, one and a half
miles from the Baker County line.
Occidental, by Joseph Manandas and H. IL
Hlndman. Same locations as the Oriental.
Old Glory, by M. L. Hasbrouck. Elk Creek
Orphan Girl, by Hugh Gllll. Congo Creek.
Orphan Boy, by John Cockdl. Congo Creek.
Ord, Charles E. Kane and D. A. Blakeney.
Oregon, by W. D. Johnson and C S. Scott.
Half a mile from Red Boy mllL
Oregon Banner, by S. Overhold. Canyon
Oregon. No. 2, by John Hughes. Elk Creek
Oregon No. 1, by Erasmus Nelson. Elk Creek
Ophlr. by Frank Clarke. Gold. Roblnson
villev Orphan Bell, by F. J. McCarvcl and John F.
CrUinon. Gold. Adjoins the Gold King. Bull
Olivette, by G. W. Klttredge. Dixie dis
trict. Omega, by L. G. Wheeler. Gold. Clear Creek.
Oregon, by Charles Marten. Nat Clark and
W. L. Vinson. Beaver Creek, one and a half
miles from Red Boy mine.
Ophlr. by W. H. McMillan. One telle west
Octoroon, by George Hagney. Gold and sil
ver. One mile southeast of Canyon City.
Orphan, by C C Higgibs and H. F. Ander
son. Gold. Four miles southeast of Granlt.
Omaha, by M. T. Anderson. L, A. Ball and
L. G. , Crow. Gold and silver.
Oregon. Nos. 1. 2. 3 and 4. by F O. Lee and
L. K. Larsen. Mile north of Westfall Basin.
Orange, by R. O. Ingraham. Two miles east
Old Glory, by John Mclver and W. H. Mc
Millan. Crane Creek.
Paul Kruger, by Lee Barnard and W. Sher
bundy. Gold, sliver and copper. East Dixie
Pine Grove, by W. A. White and John. W.
Hodgens. One-fourth of a mile west of Gran
ite. Pueblo, by John M. Ballou and Jlmes Wi
Kennedy. Gold and silver. Near the Bonanza
Park, by William M. Evans. One-third of a
mile east of Granite.
Pete, by A. L-. Bannon. Bull Run Creek.
Pomona, by Ira Padrick and John McChoy.
Portland, by L. K. Samuel and William S.
Cone. Bull Hun Creek.
Porphyry Queen, by Dan Jaeger nnd M. B.
Brownlee. Gold. Bull Run Creek.
, Poorman. by J. M. Short. Frank Cedcrwall
and J. S. Hughes. Gold, silver and lead.
Paul Kruger. by M. Mahoney. W. H. Watt
and George McCarty. Bull Run Creek.
Pennsylvania Boy, by William Longwlll.
Charles L. llson, J. E. Lancaster and E. F.
Warner. Gold and silver. East of Olive Butte.
Portland, by J. V. Robinson and J. A. Dunn.
Red Boy country
Pacific, by J. W. Watts. James Barry and
J. M. Green. Trail Creek.
Pony Express, by John Huey. Near Granite.-
Piute, by Enos Hlatt and E. G. Stevenson.
Ono mile northwest of Roblnsonvllle.
Port Arthur, by Charles Harper. Gold and
silver. Three-fourths of a mile west of the
Ibex mine. .
Porto Rico, by A. W. Dunn. West fork of
Parrot, by William Finn. Gold and silver.
Extension of the Pyx.
Portland, by Jack Cockell. Gold and silver.
One mile west of the Red Boy.
Prince of Wales, by llllarn J. Evans. North
east slope of Green Horn Mountains.
Peacock, by C D. Howard. Gold, silver and
Pallejo. by D. B. Hallescy and James Mc
Court. Three miles from Granite.
Promise, by Peter Straub. Gold. Olive
Pyx No. 2, by John Bablon and J. II.
Crumby. Gold. Half a mile south of Olive
Palo "Pinto, by J. McMurdo.
Pittsburg, by Charles E. Kane and Thomas
Caney. Near Granite.
Paymaster No. 2, by S. T. Tlnsley. Olive
Providence, by Christian Waldman. Gold
and silver. Olive district.
Philippine. No. 1 and 2. Gold. McMlller's
Penzance, by George Davles. Olive dlstrtctl
Printer Boy. by Adam G. McChesncy. Be
tween Olive and Clear Creeks.
Peacock. Nos. 1 and 2, by G. D. Anderson
and W. A. Anderson. Four miles north of
Para, by William Turner. Gold and silver.
Percy Lee. by Ada A. Brock and Gertrude
L. Robertson. Salmon Creek. Olive district.
Peacock Extension, by D." M. Griffith and
F. L. Hogdon. Mile west of the Ibex.
Fasramala, by John A. Kissel and George K.
Wiegand. Ruby Creek, south.
Pharmacist, by J. V. Ryan and Byron Sher
bondy. Gold, silver and copper.
Protection, by A. W. Dunn. Quartzburg
Porto Rico, by A. E. Starr and J. M.
Gririin. Near Rooinsonville.
Pokan. by B. L. McLaln. Near Roblnson
vllle. Peacock, by Robert BclU Gold". Quartz.
Pino Tree, by A. E, Starr, J. F. Watson and
W. S. Newbury.
Pittsburg, by J. S. Beckwltb, F. P. Bod
lnson. A, H. Sprague and F. J. Carlyle. Gold
and silver. One-half mile from the head wa
ters of John Day River.
Portland, by Ed Flaherty, John Conery and
Joseph bheedy. Granite Creek.
Paris, by J. G. McGulgan. Greenhorn Moun
tains. Pearl, by H. W. Sloan. On Copper Moun
tain, east fork of Dixie Creek.
Prairie City, by Thos. W. Norcross. Dixie
Peru, by P. J. Sheridan. Gold. Ruby and
Pentateuch, by R. E. Coe and A. C. Rothe.
Gold, silver and lead. Crane and Lake Creeks.
Perry, by F. A. Chesney. H. J. Perry. G.
F. Porter and W. P. Eehom. North side of
Red Boy -Mountain.
Porter, by F. A. Chesney, H. J. Perry. G.
F. Porter and W. P. Eshom. North side of
Red Boy Mountain.
Pride of Granite, by F. L. Bradburn and
D. A. Johnson. Four miles north of Granite.
Pay Rock, by Thomas K. Mulr.
Paymaster, by George Wlsel. Olive Creek.
Paymaster, by F. A. Chesney. Congo Creek.
Pirate, by J. B. Bowden. Head of John
Pioneer and Pionter Extension, by Ell'ah Gut
ridge." Gold, silver and Iron. Loet Creek.
Puritan, by AValter Skinner. J. C. Shelby and
J. F. Couner. Vincent Creelc
Plymouth, by John Mclver and W. II. Mc
Mullan. One and one-half miles from Gran
Queen of Hill, by A. P. Watson and B. L.
McClafn. Gold. Olive mining district.
Queen ot Quartz, by John Freeman. Dean
Queen Victoria, byF. W. Christopher. Olive
Queen of the West, by George J. Barrett.
Gold and silver.
Quick Relief, by Edmund Clements." One
and one-half miles southwest of Granite.
Quebec, by E. Carter. Gold. Strawberry
Rambler, by A. D. Bannon. Bull Run
Red Jacket, by C M. Llnville and Thomas
Carney. Gold and silver. Nfcar Windless and
Bustler, by William Hembcr. A. Bremer.
James Cate and F. L. VanclL Six miles east
Roy. by William Rember and others. Seven
miles east ot Granite.
Red Cloud, by Elva Gillespie. Gold and sil
ver. Seven miles south of Prairie City.
Rainbow No. 2 and Rainbow Fraction, by
C. R. Aldrin. C J. Johnson and George Gra
ham. Near Granite.
Ruth, by W. H. Gclger. In Sheep- Gulch,
near Canyon City.
Red Jacket, by Fred McCoy. Beaver Creek.
Robbie, by H. K. Wheeler. Red Boy dis
trict. Bobert N.. by D. W. C Nelson. West fork
Of Dixie Creek.
Rattler, by Grant Thornburg. Last Chance
Red. Elephant, bj-M.lL Munro and Allison
McGregor. Gold. Dry Creek.
Rock, of Ages, hy J. A. Harvey, H. P.
Minor and A. J. Seabrook. Gold and sliver.
Roblson, by W. H. Roblson. Granite dis
trict. Root Hog. or Die. by W. H. Brldgford and
Geo. E. Altken. One and one-half miles south
west of Granite.
Rd Bird, bv John Marks and Lorenzo Lees.
Gold. Shaw Gulch, near Prairie City.
Rawhide, by F; Mallery and J. T. Boyle.
Gold and silver. Trail Creek.
Red Rock, by D. Jaeger. Gold. Bull Bun
Red Letter, by Thomas Eagleton. Clear
Red Cllfr. by James H. Watson. Gold. Ex
tension of the Last Chance.
Robin, by C. Chlsholm. East fork ot Big
Robin Hood, by T. J. Brltton. East fork of
Riverside, by Ed Bawson. Joe. Faulk and
George Probasco. Gold. Bull Bun Creek.
Rainbow, by Charles Pressnall and Joseph
A. Thomas, Gold. Olive Creek.
Rand, by John Bablon. Gold. One mile
southeast of Olive Butte.
Red Lion bv M. Mahoney. W. IL Watt and
George McCarty. Gold. Bull Run Creek.
Rosalie, by Charles Pressnall and Joseph A.
Thomas. Gold. Olive Creek.
Rambler, by T. E. Rote. Two and a half
mll west of Granite. ,
Befl Girl, by "G.' W. Wisdom and others.
Gold. Clear Creek.
Red Bird, by George W. Wlsdosk and bthers.
Gold. Clear Creek. -
ixttldztu oy WAi De Lapp: Goto, silver and
lead. One and a half miles west ot Granite.
Bobbins, by W. W. Bobbins. Mile west of
Roy Cr by Norrts C -Worswlck. Salmon
Creek. Olive district. - '
Blohmond. by W. A. D Lapp. Gold, sil
ver and lead. One and a halt miles west ot
Granite. . .
lion, bv Charles Gratfo. Kc'VlTUbV Guleh.
Rajah Annex, y E, G. Stevenson and H.
E. Stevenson. Roolnsonvlll district.
Red Belt. Nos. 2 and 3, by W. G. Lummls
and Alexander Prusslng. Gold, and silver.
Vllve Creek and Irishman Gulch. . , '
Bed Jacket, by F. A.. Chesney, HW Jerry,
O. F. Porter and W. P. Esbjom. North-side
or Red Boy-OIcuntaiav
Russell, by W. E. Hurd.- C. R.- McKeo,
Joe McKee. Gold, .silver and lead. " -'
Hose, by Tltomaa McGulgan. Greenhorn
Rambler, by W. W. Robolns, W. A. De Lapp
and W. H. McMillan. Two and one-fourth
miles southwest of Uranite.
Reporter, by F. A. Chetney. Congo- Creek.
Bed Bell, by H. J. Abel and James A.bel.
Gold.- Irishman Gulch and Olive -Creek.
Rawhide, by II. S. Darls. Between Granite
Creek and Last Chance Gulch. r
Bose, by W. L. Vinson.
Red Man. .by F. Mallory, L. "W. Place. G.
W. Wisdom and E. J. Thorpe. Xxold. Clear
Raleigh, by C T. Moore -anu "Fred " Anten
relth. On Buffalo Mountain.
Raleigh, by A. W. Ames. W. G. Hamm and
J. M. Ames. Clear and Buby Creeks. . w
Bobble Burns, by J. H. Haggard. Gold.
Boss Gulch, by Fred Huolt. Gold.- Bob
lnsonvllle. Rainbow, by George Graham and James Ros
borough. Clear Creek.
Surprise, by Thomas McGulgan. Two miles
from Olive Lake.
Recreation, by W. H. Turner. tUre Creek,
one and a halt miles west of Ollvo 'BUtte.
Red Dog, by J. Chambers. D. F. Page
and L. O. Peone. , On divide between Big
Pine and Dean Crefks.
Ruby, by J. V. Roblson and. J. A. Dunn.
Red Boy country.
Review, by J. W. Watts, James Barry and
J. M. Orecn. Gold, silver and lead. North
fork of John Day River.
Red Bird, by J. Adams and G. Thornburg.
Ten Cent Creek. '
Reciprocity, by S. C Richardson end C Ht
Tracy. Seven miles northwest of Granite.
Rawhide, by l. S. Driven Gold and Bllver.
Bull Run Creek.
Robinson, by W, 8. Driver. Gold and sil
ver. Bull Run Creek.
Rock Candy, bv a. G. Ankeny and P. E.
Van Buren. Half a mile south of Granite.
Red Chief, by W. 1. Robblns and T, J."
Sheedy. Ten Cent Creek
Raymond, by Charles Parsons. Between
Olive and Clear Creeks.
Ralston, by C. H. McColloch, E. M. Van
Slyek, F. S. Campbell and R. D. Schrelber.
In -Bed Boy country.
Red Girl, by Joseph Reese, S. Richardson
and' G. P. Leavltt, Gold, and silver. Clear.
Creek. , -
Red Man. by Joseph Reese et al. Gold
and silver. Clear Creelu
Rockefeller, by T. M. English. Three and
a half mile cast of Granite.
Ramona, by T. W. Norcross. Dixie district.
Red Fox. by George Irby. preenhom Moun
tains, f v
Red Mountain, by Charles Irmes and Charlrs
Edwards. Gold. Glade Creek. "
Ruby, by R. McCreary and U. S. Hamm.
Strasburg No. 2, by P. A- -McPhee. Olive
bdeep Gulch Lode, by A. J. Fleming and
L. . oihis. (joiu. Canyon Creek.
Slher King, uy Dan JatgK-'and M. B.
Broi.niee. uold. Near Granite.
Silver Bow, by Dan Juegr. Gold. Near
bher Klnr. by J. W.. Wright and W. G.
Bio.vn. uou.der Creek.
Bllver Bow No. 3. J. T.- Murphy. Three
miles north of Uranite. 1
at. Patrick, by rank CWeruall. J. M
Short ana J. S. Hughes. Uoid, sliver and
ieaQ. JUtxle Creek.
Sunday, by J. . Wright and O. W. Chen
owfth. ihree and a halt-nUes from Uranite.
fcriow Storm. Dy "v. 11. Aiur. Congo Creek.
Stone,- by G. R. Stone. Clear Creew. .
SInglo standard, by Ed Welsh, li. C. Well
wood, Thomas Hussell, C B, Parson and M.
Mahoney. Olive Creek.
benate, by W. F. uurllson. Gold, silver ahd
lend. Deep Creek.
Standard, by A. Larson, A. Kerr and Dell
Sherer. Olive Creek.
Sbuth Cougar, by J. N. Esselatyn.
Salem, by nay Hec-dcr. Boundary Creek.
at. Llmo G.. uroup No. 0, by 'X'nom&s Oimp
bcll. Near Granite.
Shannon, by.Villam M. Evans. One-fourth
of a mllo east of Granite.
Sliver Bow ana. Silver Bow No. 2, by James
T. Murphy. Near Uranlto.
Sunris?, by L. L. Hoyse, Thomas Russell and
Ed Welsh. Clear Creek.
Sacramento, by I. E. rtose and S. E. Strick
land. Ureennorn Mountains.
Salcmr by W. W. Robblns. Three-fourths
of a mite southwest of Granite.
Summit, by Ed AVelsh and -G. W. Jackson.
Five and a half miles from Granite.
bl Imdnt. Jy George J. Cunnlnchanu. Will-J
ura j. j. smiui sou m.. aianoney. - vroiu.
Near Uranite. -
Snow Shoe, by Frank Conway and Fred Fink.
Sumpter Bell, by F. Mallory. Gold. Two
miles from Sumpter.
Snow Storm, by C W. Krutnpe. Gold.
Sumpter, Nos. 1 "and 2, by John 'Nolan and
A. c uis, Uold and sliver.
Snow Bird, by C. Beary. Fit' failles from
Canyon City. ,
btarllght, by George White, Marysvllle dis
trict. Sweepstake, by John Howard and Fred B.
Link. Gold. Clear Creek.
Senate, by Thomas Smyer. Gold, sllter and
lead. Susanvllle district.
San Diego, by" John if. ""Ballou and Henry
A. Nelson. Four and three-fourths miles eouth
Senator Simon, by Alonzo Cleaver. Gold
and silver. Canyon Mountain.
South Pole, by E. E. Cleaver. Gold and
silver. Strawberry Butte.
Sallda, by J. M. Ballou and James W. Ken
nedy. Gold and silver. One and a,- halt
miles northwest of the Bonanza mine.
Saratoga, by Frank Cederwall and John S.
Hughes. Dixie Creek.
Surprise, by Frank Cederwall and John S.
Hughes. Dixie Creek.
Snow Storm, by John Howard. F. Mallory
and C. M. Coleman. Gold. Olive Creek.
St. Louis, by -Duncan McDonell and Tim
Moriarity. Ten Cent Creek.
St. Paul, by Duncan McDonell and Tim Mo
rlarty. Ten Cent Creek.
Success, by Ed- Benson. Ira Padrick and
Joe Roblson. Clear Creek. . "
Snow Flake, by W. W. Hlnton and John
W, Hodgens. Three miles east of Granite.
Snow Storm, by Hennotta Sargent, West
fork ot Dixie Creek.
Summit, by D. W. C Nelson. East fork
or Dixie Creek.
San Francisco, by L E. Bose and S. E.
Strickland. Gold and silver. Northeast slope
of Greenhorn Mountains.
. Shamrock, by F. A. Flnlayson and John
Flnlayson. On the ridge between Windless
and Long Gulches.
.Sunset, by Taylor Altbouse.- Greenhorn
Sunset, by D. E. Bush. Gold, silver and
lead. Canyon district.
Seguachc. by J. Adams and G. Thornburg
Ten Cent Creek.
Snow-flake, by I. "U. McMltchell. One and,
a nail miics wuinciui ui wo neu aoy.
Sunset, by Nels Ogllvle, F. H. Murphy and
John Monahan. Ono mile southeast, of Bed
St. Elmo, by Charles Harper, In tho Ibex
. Snow Shoe, by John A. Klsiel. Gold and
silver. Three and a halt miles north ot Gran-.
Scotch Chief, by Frank. Nelson. Mill Creek.
Santlam. by L. L. Carter: Gold and silver
Snow Creek, seven miles from Prairie City.
Sluslaw. by Susan C Cleaver. Uold and
silver. Strawberry Butte.
Spokane, by W. S. Bowers. Gold- and silver.
Can on Mountain.
Sunshine, by A. Bothe, G. Barnhart and
J. Adams. Gold, silver and lead. Ten Cent
St. Lawrence, by J. C. Shelby, W. B,
Cooper and J. F. Couper. Elk Creek.
Snow Flake. Nos. 1 and 2. James McCount
and Henry Betzer. Half a mile from Wor
cester placer diggings.
Shamrock, by Charles E. Kane and Thomas
Caney. North slope of Ollvo Butte.
Spanish, by M. Mahoney. W. H. Watt and
George McCarty. Gold. Bull Bun Creek.
Sweepstake, by Ed Bawson, George rro
basco, Joseph Faulk. Gold. Bull .Run Creek.
South Jerome, by Charles L. Wilson. Gold
and silver. "Heaver Creek.
Senator". McBrlde, by A.k Cleaver. Gold:
Sweepstake, by Ed Bawson, Joe Faulk and
George Probasco. Gold. Granite road on thft
divide between Baker and Grant Counties.
Summit Cltj. by T. E. Going. J. Beards
ley. D. W. Cushman and O. M. faanford. Gold,
and sliver. Bull Run Creek.
Smuggler, by John Gordon and Peter Gag
non. Gold, sliver and lead. Clear Creek.
Star, by John Gordon and Peter Gagnon.
Gold and silver. Clear Creelc
Swansea Girl, by William J. Evans. Head of
Snow Storm, by Peter Montel. J. H. Pat.
node and Orlla Perrault. Lightning Creek.
Sol Hlrsch. by Hattle B. Cleaver. Gold and
silver. Canyon Mountain. ,
Susan C. 8y Addle Cieaver. Gold and sil
ver. Canyon Mountain.
St- George, Nos. 1 and 2. by G. D. Anderson
and W. A. Andersen. Four miles north ot
Spokane, by John Monanan. About 400 feet
cast of Bed Boy mill.
St. Charles, by Charles Graffo. Gold. Mo
Summit, by Frank Conway and A." J. Hen
dry. Adjoins the Gold Coin and Clipper.
Sunday, by Ed Benson, George W. Wisdom.
F. Mallory and E. J. Thorp. Gold. Clear
Spa. by Allison McGregor. Gold. "Near Que
Steptoe. by E. G. Stevenson and H. E.
Stvenson. Roblnsonvllle district.
Shamrock, by J. G. McQulgan. Vincent
Side Issue, by J. W. Zwaqk. Gold. Big
Spokane, by W. H. McMillan, W. A. De Lapp
and W. W. Bobbin. Two miles southwest of
Standard, by William J. Evans. Gold and
silver. Ollre district. " "
r Soldier BoT. by W. IL Turner and Willlata '
Turner. Gold. Olive district. '
oaio ot aiame, Dy vt iiiiam xieero auu-a:
P. Leavltt. Gold. Clear Creek.
Southern Vlewbr Alxir.a' Nt-wbury and Mrs.
J. M. Griffin. On Big Creek road.
Signal, by John Wilson. Gold, silver and
lead. "Clear Creek.
She. by B. F. Pierce. Greenhorn Mountains:
Adjoins He. .......
Sea Foam, by W. E. Hurd. Gold, silver and
St, Charles, by Charles C Hall. Gold and
silver. On divide between Meadow Creek and
Strucklt. by J. J. Antwerp and George C
Humphries. Half "a mile northwest ot Copper
St, George. Try-' J. " S. Snyder- and B, S.
Clarke. Gold and silver. Two miles west
of Ibex mine. -
SUnset. by August Klrstein and G. Irtfy. Gold
and sliver. J Clear-and -Lightning "Creeks.
Surprise, by John Howard. Beaver Creek.
Sunrise, by George Wlsel.
' St. Charles, by Duncan Menztcs and C.
Chlsholm. Elk Creek district.
- Sumpter. by A. U. -Turner and A. G. Turn
er. Near Roblnsonvllle.
Sumpter. by Henry Rctrger. Between the
Walla Walla, and the Golden Star.
Standard, by C F. Sherman. Gold, silver
and copper. Dixie Creek.
Slim Jim. by Frank Ashley. Gold. Buby
Silent Friend, by J. W. Scott. Gold, silver,
copper and lead. Red Boy district,
Sullivan .No. 3. by E. J. Tbprp.
Senator, by T. J. Sheedy, Gold, silver and
lead. Clear Creek.
Southern Cross, by Johanna. W. CabelL About
S5(f feet southeast ot discovery shaft of Cougar
and Success claims.
bllver King, by W. H. Jackson, On divide
between Boulder and Last Chance. Creeks.
Splon Kop. by T. M. Ray. Gold and copper.
. Shamrock, by J. M. Short. J. S. Hughes
and Frank Cederwall, Gold, silver and lead.
Dixie Creek. 1
Sanko Pedro, by S. H. Hayes.
Swanzy. by William H-TCrty. Boy Jones
and George E. Toung. Gold. Olive. Creek
Surprise, by James H. Nobles and T. H.
Batte. Adjoins the Town of Lawton.
Silver Bow, by Jack Cockell. Oold ahd sli
ver. -Beaver Creek.
Sun Dog. by George Huselton and R. A.
Day. Uoid and silver. Bull Run Creek.
Sheridan, by J. V. Roblson. J. P. Klnnlson
and J. F. Johnson. North fork ot John Day
Staten. by S. A. D. McCann and Paul Mar
tin. Four miles from Granite.
S. B. P., by C. S. Miller. Near Granite.
Soft Marble, by Blanche B. Hlgglns. Near
Smuggler, by James A. ifoward and W. W.
Bobbins. Gold and silver. Red Boy country.
Skeleton, by J. Mysdal. Gold, silver and
copper. Near Granite.
Toney. by C. B, Whltmore. Gold and sliver.
Strawberry Butte. ,
Tennessee, by Jack. Cockell. Gold , and sil
ver. Beaver Creek.
- -Timothy, by Ueorge J. Cunningham. William
J. J bmlth and IL Mahoney. Gold. Near
Tubular, by John Cockle. Lightning Creek.
Trail Creek. byF. Mallory and J. T. Boyle.
Oold and silver. Trail Creek. .
tiger. -by Zoeth Houser. JJlg .Boulder Creek."
Tame Cat, by J. M. Esselstyn.
Trio, by C. H. Aldrin. Near Granite.
Tennessee, by H. W. Miller. J. C. Aiken.
J. M. Drcnon and W. F. Burllson. Nine miles
west of Sumpter.
Thanksgiving," by Samuel Fairfield. R, C
Facer and Gilbert Harris. OIHe district.
Twentieth Century, by G. W. Dart, . Marys-villa-district.
Tip Over, by J. J. O'Dair. Three and a
halt miles northeast of Granite.
Tracy, by" S. C Richardson and C M. Tracy.
Seven miles northwest of Granite.
Treasure Trove, by Charles Harper. Halt a
miles northwest of thft Ibex mine.
Topax. by I. M McMltchell. One mile
sOUWeast of the Red Boy.
Temple, by A. M. De Witt. On the divide
between Elk Creek" and east fork of Quartz
fTremont. by Isaac Guker and J. L. Parrlsh.
TUlampok. by F. T Ferree." Gold- and sil
ver Strawberry Butte.
Two Jacks. Iby "Jphn Welch, Jack Gordon and
W. E. Hurdl A,t the head of Little tiranlte
Boulder Creek. '
True Blue. :by C N. Chatham. Nfar the
old Town or Roblnsonvlllo.
Toledo, by David Kurtz and Carl A, Oberg.
Crane Creek. r. '
Texas, by JL C. Pentland. Goldf Bull Run
.Tamarack, .by 3. P. Stonehackcr. Boundary
Tamarack, by William Huselton, W- T. Cob
ban and J. IL Mahoney. Gold and silver. In
Dead Man's Gulch and the Grunlte'Sumpte'r
Transit, by Thomas Murphy, Nels -Ogllvle.
Gold. One and a halt milts' southeast oz Led
Treadwell No. 4.by L. E. ralmer. Thomas
L Heady and D. A. Blakeney. Gold and silver.
Olive Creek district.
Twin Brothers, by E. F. Newton. H. A.
Newton and J. C Newton. Nevada Gulclu
Tiger, by M. Munro and P. J. Sheridan.
Gold, silver and lead. Quebec Hill, near Junc
tion of Clear and Olive Creeks.
Triangle, by William Grant, James Palton.
ana-enas names, uoia ana suver. in itea
Tncoma, by William Chappell. Gold and sil
ver. Olive district.
Tom Paine, bj John. Wilson, Gold," "silver
ana lean. Clear creek.
Tlconle. by C F. Parker. Gold. McWIllls'
Tlntlc, Ty M. 'M. -Bardln. - Gold.' McWIllls'
Trade Dollar, by L W. McMltchell, J. Mon
ahan, T H. Murphy. Gold and silver. Ad
joins the Little Emma.
Treadwell. by A. L. Lavlera and W. M
Turner. Gold and silver. Olive Creek.
Tomboy, by W. F. Longwlll. Gold, silver and
lead. Clear Creek.
Tiger. No. 2. by W. F. Longwlll. Gold,
stiver and lead. Clear Creek.
"Treasure Vault, by . Charles Marten, Pat
Clarke and W. L. Vinson. Head of Grucll
Creek, ono and a half miles from Granite.
Tiger, by Olle Mosnes, L. W. Waugh and
Nels Qualley. Gold, silver and lead. In Red
Terrible, by L. Butler and A. Glenn. Gold,
stiver and lead. Near the Magnolia.
Trail, by William B. Baley and Andrew
Gren. A mile southwest of the Ibex.
Thompson, by G. W. Klttridge. Crosses
Comer Bldge from Juniper Polnt.
Tiger. by c. c. Butteroaugn ana h. w. ciaye.
Nine mites from Summer.
Texas, ' by L. Roberts, J. N. Moore. One
and a halt miles north of Granite.
Turin and Turin No. 2. bv P. J. Brannon and
C. Goroffo. -Three-fourths of a mile south of
Tamarack, by W. J. Keoush. Congo Crck.
Transvaal, by Dan Bcynolds and E. J. Dwyer
Gold and sliver. Near the Vallev View.
.Tumalum, by Henry N. Barnhart. Ten Cent
Townslte and Townslte No. 2. by J. F. Haley
and Walter Burke. Beaver Creek.
. Union Jack, by J. H Haggard. Gold, silver
and lead. L.igntning creek.
Union, by L. G. Wheeler and Max C. Koes
ter. Gold. Clear Creek.
Uncle Isaac, by Duncan McDonald. Tim Mo
rfarty ahd John Coyle. Crane Creek.
Umpqua, by E. E. Cleaver. Gold and sil
ver. North slope of Strawberry Butte, seven
miles south of Prairie City.
Umatilla, by W. D. Johnson. Gold and sil
ver- Strawberry Butte.
Union, hy J. E. Hale. Gold. Near Granite.
Usona and Usona No. 2, by D. P. King and
E. E.Joslln. In section 15, T. 0 S., It. 31 E
Victoria, by J. H. Haggard. Gold, silver and
lead. Lightning Creek.
Victor, by G. E. Reader. Elk Creek dis
trict,. Vulcan, by H. G. Wood. Gold, silver and
lead. Leadvllle district.
Violet, by W. L. Wilson.
Venus, by G. T. Kelly. In Bluo Gulch in
Vision, by M. Mahoney and George Probasco.
Gold. Bull Bun Creek.
Viola, by Amos B. Wilson and W. M. Os
borne. Elk Creek,
Victor, by John M. Ballou and James -W.
Kennedy. Gold and silver. Near tho Bonan
Vortex, by C P. Holly and M. K. Baum
gardner. Gold and silver. Three and a half
miles north of Sumpter.
Veteran, by Ed Welsh, Thomas Russell, M.
Mahoney, R C. "Wellwood and C R. Par
sons. Olive Creek.
Veto, by Henry Mounts and Frank Golden.
Gold and silver." One and a half miles south
of Red Boy mine.
Valley View, by Dan Reynolds and E. J.
Dwyer. Gold and silver. Near the Copper
Vanished Dream by Thomas Bland and T. H.
Dunphy. Granite district,
Wellington, by George Culp, Frank Sels. G.
W. Dart and J. W. Ashford. BbrPlhe Creek.
Wisconsin, and Wisconsin 2, I and At by C.
L. Wilson, J. E. Lancaster and C A. Devens:
-Gold and sliver. Three miles southeast ot
White Cloud, by J. E. Gillespie. Gold and
Bllver. Sea-en miles south ot Prairie City.
Wlnsor. by Duncan Menzles and Colin Chls
holm. Elk Creek district.
Wild Bill, by L. H. Donovan. Canyon Creek.
Webfoot, by L. "W. Wood, apd Albert John
son. Sheep Gulch near Canyon City.
Western Buokey, by. John Marks. Gold. Six
miles east of Prairie City.
Wabash; by Dan Jaeger. Gold. Bull Run
White Bear, by J. E. Halo. Olive Creek.
W. A. S. Storie, by F. B. Taal. Trail Creek.
White Star, by John M. Ballou. Olive Creek.
Willamette, by Clifton Cleaver. Gold and
silver. Strawberry Butte.
White Cloud, by W. A. Schulter and Joseph
Sheedy. Ten Cent Creek.
Wisconsin, by Frank Sargent, West fork
or- Dixie Creek.
White Frost, by C. M. Tracy and George IL
Trana. Gold and sliver. Three miles east
Walla Walla, by S. S. Start and W. W.
MeCalley. Three-fourths ot a mllo south
of the Bed Boy mine.
Wild Cat. by James IL Nobles and C. E.
French. Five mtles southeast ot Granite.
White Cap. by E. E. Cleaver. Gold and sil
ver. Canyon Mountain, eight miles south of
White CI6ud. by A, Toivhsend and M. E. Gar
ner. McWIllls' Gulch.
Whlto Horse, by J. H. Ward and W. Relch
steln. Two hundred yard south of Rex mln.
Will Cleaver, by E. E. Cleaver. Gold. Can
yon Mountain. - -
Waale, by Wt B Atkinson. J. E. Powell,
E. W. Johnson and M. "E. . Pursonst . Clear
White Swan.-by C. S. Van Duyn. L. V. Swlg
gett, C A, Van Duya and George HplmlcK.
Two and a halt miles sauUrwest ot Ibex mine.
White Elephant, "by -C S. Van Duyn and
others. Adjoins the White Swan.
Wr Eagle, hy Ed Bttie; Sr.,-P. G. King and
Ea Butz, Jr. Clear Creek. Greenhorn dls
tricL White Rock, ly AnrJe McCoy.' North fork
of John Day River.
West Side. b I. E. Rose. Two and a half
miles from Granite.
White Cross, by H. "C Bowers and E. D.
Cllve. Gold. Adjoins the Gold King.
White Fawn, by G. F. Porter. F. A. Ches
ney. H. J. Pern". T. 3. Cheely, W. S. Wln
niferd. .Mill Creek.
W'asblngjon,. by P. J. .Mtisa. Gold. Beaver
Wolz, "Nos. 1 and 2, by GeofcgeB, WIegand
and C. Wolz. Gold and silver. Nevada Gulch.
White Boy, by T. W. Noyes and C. A. Stev
ens. One mile northwest of Roblnsonvllle.
Whlto Bor, by A. A. Wilder and A. W.
Freeberg. Three and one-quarter miles north
ot the middle fork of John Day Rler.
Wheeler, by L. R. Ray. Bridge Creek.
White Comer. Nos. 1 and 2. by J. B. Ready
ahd David Kurtz. Crane Creek.
Wabash, by A. L. Laviers and W. M. Turner.
Gold and silver. Olive Creek.
Warwick (traction), by L. P. Hole. Ten
Walter Scott, by J. H. Haggard. Gold.
White Mule, -by E. E. Cleaver. Foot, of
Olive Butte on Olive Creek.
Wild Horse, by John Gordon. Gold, silver
and lead or copper. Leadvllle district
White Horse, by J. B. Chappelear. One and
a half miles northwest of Ibex.
Watseka, by-Henrj'-Monnts. One- and a halt
miles southwest of ibex.
Wash'.mcton. by Peter Parmentler. Gold and
sliver. Buffalo Hill.
William Arthur, by G.'W. Klttridge. Quartz
burg district. .
War Eagle, by J. IL Murphy and C. T.
Moora. Chlnman Gulch on Granite Creek.
Washington, by P. J,. Nuss. Gdld. Beaver
Woodslde, by D. A. JicKcown. Dixie dis
trict. Wildcat and Wild Cat No. 1. by E. W. Mc
Intlre. Ruby Creek.
Woodman, by William Heard. Gold and
copper. Quartzburg district.
Webfoot, by Pat McCluskey. Four miles
Wasco, by Henry N. Barnhart. On the Stev
ens ditch in. T. & S.. R. 2o- E.
Wanona, by T. W. Norcross. East fork of
Yankee Boy. by F. L. Hodgdon and D. M.
f?rtmth Two. mllM -nest ttt the nsex.
'Tellow Rose., .by Felix Roumagoun. Buffalo
Tankee Girl, by J. W. Scott and Fred Wag
ner. In Red Boy country.
Tellow Daly. Nos. 1 and 2. by A. L. Laviers
and- L. L. Carter. Gold and sliver. Straw-
Tellow Cloud, by Matthew Fay. Gold and
silver. Seven miles south of Pralrte City.
Taklma. by L. L. Stevens. Gold. Canyon
Zero, by John F. Leland and Jame3 Steven
son, in Gem. uuicn.-
Zoe. by Wayne Ewlng. Cold "and sliver.
C R. Barnhart.. east fori: ot Ten Cent Creek,
three miles north of Granite.
Log Cdbin, by U. s. liamm ana . aic
Creary. . Junction of Clear and Ruby Creeks.
"Eight full claims, one-fourth mile west of
Standard Quartz mine, by N. Williams. John
Coyle, J. J. V6rcestcr, L. L. Forest. L. Ford.
S. C. Richardson. S. C. Keeton and P. H.
Gopher, by Owen Stephenson. On Ten Cent
Anything, by Hlram J, McKee, On Ten
North Star, by W.. L. Vinson. T. K. Mulr,
Peter McAvoy and Frank Ashley. Clear and
Hillside, by P. J. Sheridan. A. P. Jones. M.
Munroo and A. McGrcgory. Clear and Lightning-
Texas, by J. H. Haggard and T. McCall.
Two Claims. Bull Run Creek..
R. S. Armstrong,, L. J. Ai-istrong. L. M.
Stone and J. F. Rapp. Sections 19 and 24. of
T.! S., R. 32 and ; E.
Superior, by Ike Klopp, Joe Watts, James.
Goodwill. M. H. Jacobs. S. E. Jacobs. J. S.
Sturgill. M. F. Sturglll and B. Sargent. Eight
claims, H50 acres. In all. In T. 7 S., B- S5H L.
New Tork. by Ike Klopp and six others.
Seven claims. 140 acres. In r. 7 S., R. 33Vj E.
Trail Creek, by W. R. Sturglll and seven
others. Eljht claims. In al. 1W) acres. In T.
7 S.. R. SB1 K.
Oliver Stewart, Samuel Shank and James
Ross. " Three Claims in Susanvllle district.
Frank Williams. Dixie district.
"Watson, by W. S. Newbury. Vincent Creek.
W. O. Shepard and Hermann Caldwell. Two
Claims on Care Horn Creek.
Independence, by H. C Myers. Bull Run
Good Hope, by O. C. Myers. Bull Bun
Dewey, by J. H. Myers. Bull Run Creek.
K, & B,, by E. M. Spangler. W. F. Potter
and B. F. Wood. Clear Creek.
La Jar No. 1. by M. E. Gamer and A. Towns
end, in township" 10 S.. R. 33 E,
Albert J. Lane. Elk Creek district.
Charles J. Lane. Elk, Creek district.
Carter ,by L. L. Carter and A. .L. Lavler3.
Two claims in section 2. T. 10 S.. R. 35. E.
Never Sweat Bar, by William Blackwell.
Gold Drop, by N. Williams and Andrew John
son. Watt Lucas Gulch, near Granite.
Buck, by U. C. Magruder. Ruby Creek
, Tailings, by John Beer. Upper Bull Run
Tedrow. by William J. Gnmell. Upper Bull
J. A. Armstrong and J. D. Kirk. Section 3i,
T. 7 S.. R. 29 E., 23.31 acres.
Adallne, by W. H. Clar. J. Scholes and E.
Hicks. Ono claim near the H11113 ditch.
James- Bee3on. Elk Creek district.
Olive Creek, by Edward Blewett, William E.
Blewctt and Ralph E. Blewett, Fifty acres
In section 27. T. 0 S., R. 33 E.
Richmond. Nos. 1 and 2. by 1Z. E. Thornburg
and Grant. Thorubun:. Two claims on north
fork of John Day River.
Lee's Bar. by E. E. Thornbarg, north fork
of John Day River.
Caledonian, by Duncan Mcnzlss and C Chls
holm. Ruby Creek.
Meadow Creek, Nos. 1. 2. 3 uid 4, by Louis
C -Jariulsh, A. J. Vincent, Wl.llam L. James
and Frank M. Harker. Pour claims on Mead
Desolation Creek. Nos. 1, 2. 3 Jind 4. by Louis
C Jaqulsh and others. Four claims on Des
Little Meadow Creek. Nos. 1, 2. 3 and 4,
by Louis C. Jaqulh and others. Four claims
on Little Meadow Creek.
Howard Creek, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, by Loula
C Jaulsh and others. Four claims on How
ard Creek. .
Blue Bird, by W. A. Darling, A. Arbogast.
Ira Arbosaat, L. W. Lewis, Gilbert Jones and
John Beekman. Six claims In township 11,
S. R. 35 E.
Oregon, by T. J. Sheedy. Granite district.
Prospect, by David H. Huttan. John Person.
P. A. Waliren. and S. L. Heintzelman. Four
claims in Elk Creek district.
A. H. Drewett. Dixie Creek, at the mouth
of Butcher Gulch.
Oklahoma, by C O. Allison. Canyon Creek
Skookum, by Harry Gestatter. Big Creek Uls.
trict, Ladysmlth, by C. H. Timms, John Newton,
A. Stone. M. C. Morgan, Edna Myrtle Bayley
and M. C. Tlmms. Six claims in Elk Creek
Lone Star, by P ,V. MIddlesvorth. L. J.
Estes, F. L McCallum, Newton Johns and O.
H. Cattanach. Five claims In Elk Creek
Maiden's Dream, by Laura Stone and N. E.
Parrlsh. Two claims In Elk Creek district.
Dlxlo. by Duncan Menzles and C. Chlsholm.
Mlddlo fork of John Day River.
Cold Ridge, by Julia Todhunter. John Day
Illo Mo, by Grant Thornburg and D. H.
DImmlck. Two claims In T. 9 S.. B. 3T"A K.
Junction, by Andrew Murphy, Malcolm Mun
roe, M. D. Mahoney, Allison McGregor and
Charles Parsons. Ono claim, two miles south
of the Red Boy mine.
Spokane, by Andrew Murphy and others. One
claim at junction of Olive and Clear Creeks.
Townslte, by John C. .Moore. J. N. Moore
and F. L. Bradburn. One mile northwest ot
Black Smoke, by F. L. Bradburn and J. N.
Moorev- Half a, mile west of Granite.
Hustler, by W. A. Schulter. Granite dis
trict. Steams, by -D. H. Stearns. Beaver Creek.
Arnold, by F. K. Arnold. Beaver Creek.
Lindsley, by A. L. Lindaiey. Beaver Creek.
Shlllock. by Max M. Shlllock. Section li,
T. 9 S., B. 35 E.
Toiler, by Albert Tozler. Beaver Creek.
Burkhart, by T. J. Burkhart. Beaver Creek.
Montello. by J. McKee, Near Granite.
Marquette, by F. S. Morrison. Near Gran
ite. Falrvlew. Nos. I and 2, by John Mcl'roy. Ira
Padrick. E. Benson and J. N. Robtnson. Two
claims in Granite district.
Belle and Belle No. 2. by John Mcllroy and
others. One claim in Granite district.
Meadow, by W. W Robblns. Claim In Gran
Illinois, by Ira Padrick. Ono claim In Gran
Old Channel, by George R. WIegand. Near
Phllipsburg. N03. 1 and 2. by P. J. Muse.
Gold Nugget, Nos. 1 and 3, by Duncan Men
zles, C Chlsholm and Jofe Gossman. Three
cjalma In Elk Creek dUtrict.
Alaska, by John W. Hodgens and William
M. Evans. One and a half miles east of
Beservotr, by George J. Armstrong and R.
S. Armstrong. Two claims on Deep Creek
drainage, near Babcock Beservolr.
Edith, by F. L. Bradburn. Boulder Creek.
. Sands of Cape Nome, by Fred Perkins and
Laura Perkins. Two claims in section 313, T.
13 S,. B. 33 E.
Last Chance, by Joe Gossman. Boulder
Creek, one and a fourth miles southeast of
Pasadena, by John Mcllroy. One mile from
Blazing Star, by J. M. Green and F. S.
Morrison. Adjoins the Townslte.
Jump Off Joe, by J. M. Green. Adjoins the
Humboldt, by W H. Hunter. Btg Creek.
Hilltop, by M. L. Hunter. Swamp- Gulch.
Big Creek district.
" Kosa, oy fcred hunter. Big creek district.
Golden Bod. by A. J. DIcklson, M; DlcklsonJ
iW. M Kuhn. C- Moore Otto Saoleton. S.
.Rlchardron, G. M."Eberle, Dick Beahian. J.
A. .Eoerte, C F. Eberie arid W. li. Brown,
Twelve claims on north iforic of John Day
River at the mouth ot Granite Creek.
Belle Brandon, by D. H. DImmlck and W.
Garrison. Two claims" at tne Junction of
Beaver and Ollvo Creeks.
Cape Nome, by W. C Hessp and A, B.
Rhod. One ana taree-fourth3 miles northeast
Gate City, by Johanna W. Cabell, Joe Watts
and Isaac Klopp. North fork of John Day
Grand, by B. WV Levens. One mllo north
ChiUK. Level, by A J. JJlckson. On claim
In section 4, T. 9 S., R. 3'j'E.
Grand Uianlte, by Ira Lcmmon. J. M. War
ren. A. C. Reese, L. E. Moses, J. A. MCiurg.
C F. Sherman. S. B. F:-.: and J. P. Sher
man. Eisht. claims in .section 10. T. l) S.,
H., J3 e; '
Big Bull Run. by Ira Lemmon and six oth
ers. Seven claims In section 1. T. I) S..
T. 7 S.. R. 33 E. - -
SI Kltgg, by Ira. Padrick. James Moore and
J. T. Gtlia.p One claim in Granite district.
Duncan, by W. S. Duncan. Section J5, T.
7 S, K.55E.
. Davenport, -by W. S. Duncan. " Section 23,
T 7 S-. R. 35 E.
Dewey, by David D. Dewey. Section 85.
T. 7 S., R. 83 E.
Golden Rule, . by J. M. Green. Section 35, T.
9 S.. K, 33" E.
Equity, by E. E., Thornburg. Section 2, T.
9 S....R. 35 E. "
Poor Man, Noa. I and 2, by Miles 'Howard
and Tom Eagleton. Two claims, ,oae and a
half miles west ot Granite.
Hard 'Luck, by Tom Eagleton. Oho 'and a
half miles west-ot Granite. ,
May Belle, by H. D. Bills. John Day River.
Bluo Bell, by D. II. Dfmmtck. -antf M. B.
Carlton. ThroOrrourtrts ot , a mllo north of
Anno, by Charles Goroffo. Thrce-foUrths ot
a mile west of Granite.
yino Grove, by W. A. White and John "W.
Hodgens. One-fourth of a mile -west Ot Gran
ite. Dener, by J. N. HamRton. Marysvllle dis
C Ei Dewey. One claim. In. section, 35, T.
7 S.. R. 33 E.
J. K. Haggard. One claim la section 2, T.
9 S., R. ,'B E.
David A. Bancroft. One claim in section 35,
T. 7 &. IJ. 35 E.
David D. Dewey. Ono claim. In section S3,
T. 7 S R. 35 E.
Clair creek, by E. A. Case ahd Xu W. Waugh.
Fraction, by J. F. Pryor and T. H.' Batte,
Nugget, by J.. F. Pryor. and T, H. Batte.
Tellbw Hammer, by L. Boberts. Near
Granite. . ,( .
Peek-a-boo, by William Duncan. Clear
lFvo claims on Olive. Creek, .by, C.H. Fenner,
E. E. Brooks, J. P. Stonehecker, A. J. Hendry,
L. II. Start and S. S. Start.
L. L. Armstrong.. One claim in Big, Creek
Coujar. by S. Overhold. Canyon district.
Mountain Spring, by Lillle J. Overholt. Can
Lucia, by William M. -Wilson. Gold Hill
Lucia, by L. B. Trowbridge. Gold Hill dis
trict. high Bar, by S. G. Turner. Clear Creek.
Monroe, by D. II. DImmlck, E. D. Steln
camp. F. Braubum and Jamas' Moore. Nina
miles northwest of Granlto. -
Fraction, by Mrs. Rachael DIcklson and Mrs.
Mary Green: Near Granite.
Boundary Creek, by A. Marrotte. Boundary
A. B ahd C. by Max M. Shlllock.- Harry
Malloy and Joseph L. Warner, Beaver
" Alamo, by C. II. renner. E. E. Brooks, J. P.
Stonehackcr, A. J. Hendry, S. S. Start and L.
H. Start. Four claims In Red Boy district.
Idano, by John Coyle, Jchn T. Jones, A. P.
Jones, P. A. Conde Samuel Jones. O. S. Fer
ns, L. C. Jonts and" B. "Reeves. Eight claims
four miles north ot Granite.
Last Chance, by W. A. White and John
Hodgens. Near Granl.
Gentle Annie., by O.. C. O.. H. B. and C. G.
Guernsey. Corral Gulch.
Ruby, by Mary E. Johnson. Section 11,
T. it -a.. H. 35:3 E.
Gal Pego, by A. D. Bannon. One mllo west
Boulder, by W. L. Brown. Crane Croek.
Bend, by James Goodwill and E. M. Von
fe'ljck. Two claims, nine miles northwest of
Lucky Boy, by Paul Wilson. Clear Creek.
Genelee. by Sadie "Eagleton. Granlto
Primrose, by Sadie Eagleton. Granite Creek.
Humming Bird, by J. M. Grten and Will
He Ham. xsear Uranita."
Onion Creek, by Gay R-eder. Fork3 ot On
Adam Swindle, by B. K. Davis. Two and
a half miles north cf Geiser.
Grass Widow, by 1'aul B. Davis. Near
Minnie Murphy, by John Murphy Near
Last Resort, by S. Hastings. Near Geiser.
McCammon, by E. E. McCammon. Near
Warm Baby, by James Cornfleld. Near
Ribbons, by Mrs. Charlotte Cornfleld. Near
Cry Gulch. No. 1. 2. and 3. by 'J. L. Crouse,
W. E. Gould and It. Nelson. Dry Gulch, huar
middle fork of John Day River.
Miami, by F. G. Hull. Near Law ton.
Make Shift, by C. C. Berkeley. One claim
tn T. 9 S.. R. 33 K.
Amador, by Irving Worthlngton. Red Boy
Denver, North Denver, South Denver and
East Denver, by G. A. Duncarr. Four claims
in section 3. T. S S..' R. 35 E
Pheasant, by L. B. Bradley. Twelve miles
northw.cst of Granite.
Wagner Creek, by J. C Rapp. Eight and
a half miles northwest of Granite.
Florence, by John Wilson. Mill Creek.
Tamarac. by J. P. Stonehacker. 4S7x4S7 feet,
at the forks of Boundary Creek.
King Solomon, by E. Sanderson Smith. 4S7x
487 feet. Just below the forks of Boundary
Daisy, by Elijah Gutridge. Five acres on
Morning Glory. Five acres on Clear Creek.
Bed '"Mountain, by James A. Howard- Five
acre3 on Cloar Creek.
Prairie and Fellows, by Peter Helmer and R.
A. HInes. Five .miles east of Cancn City.
Granite J5elle. by W. IL Robisop, ' Parcel
of land COO feet northeast of the Granlto
It. E. Coe and J. N. Dltmarp. Five acres on
north fork of Jonh Day RUer, near Skedadlo
P. A. Gilbert. GOOx330 feet in section 20.
T. 9 S.. R. '!5 E.
F. P. Hayes. CC0x330 feet In section 20, T.
9 S.. R, 35 E.
F. H. Rockwell, CCOxSSO feet In section 20,
T. 0 S.. R. 35 E.
W. D. Johnson 475x475 feet about 750 feet
north of Red Boy mill.
E. B. McDonnell, live acres north of the
Golden Star Claim.
Morning Glory, by Robert Ci -Gutridge; C60x
Daisy, by Elijah Gutridge; CS0x330 feet.
A. Abel. Five acres on Irishman Gulch and
Spokane, by John Monahan. Five acres near
the Red Boy mill.
Early Bird, by John Monahan. Five acres,
one-fourth mllo southeast of Red Boy mill.
Johnson, by . H. Johnson and C P. John
son. Flvo acres, near the forks of tDixls
Leadvllle, by John M. Ballou and 3ame3 W.
Kennedy. Near the Bonanza mine. '
William Crowe and John Howard. Two and
a half miles north of Granite.
Majestic, by Adam Christie, William Crowa
and John Howard. Three miles north of Gran
ite. Rainbow, by C. J. Johnson. George Graham
and C. B. Aldrin. Near Granite.
. Golden Fleece, by C. C. Hlgglns and W. F.
Anderson. Beaver Creek.
Philtpsburg. "by Fred MpCoy. Walter Burke,
J. F. Haley and E. E. Minor. Flvo acres, two
miles from the Junction of Clear and. Beaver
J. J. Antwerp and George Drucker. Quartz
Great Western, by J. J. Antwerp and George
C Humphries. Dlzio district. ' -
J. J. Antwerp and George C. Humphries.
Coeur d'Alene, by L. G. Wheeler. Clear
L. G. Wheeler Tunnel begins at Omega
Claim, a mile west of the r.ed Boy: "
Gold King, by James H. Graham. Mouth of
tunnel is on western slope of Graham Moun
tain, near Red Boy mine. - -
Aldrin. by C J. Johnscn, C. R. Aldrin and
George Graham. Near Granite. ,
The young- lineman twirled his hat In his
-hands In an asltatetT manner and spoke
In- e voice that seemed to have a tentlency
to get away from him. '
""Millie, the fact is, I I there's-something
I've been wanting to tell vou a
long time, bait I- can't eaem to fetch It.
"When you look at me like that, you
know, it "breaks me all up. I've "been
coming here so long that I ougHtn't to
be afraid, I reckon, but but you know
how It Is or maybe you don't either. I
thought I 'could say It all right when I
camo in, but you're a. little the Ilvest
wire I "over I- didn't think It wctild be eo
hard when I"
Here he came to a dead stop.
Millie!" he exclaimed, in' desperation,
"I'm short-circuited! I've burned out a
"Jerry, are you trying to ask me to
""Why,, of course I tviil." you foollsfc.
boy!" And love's" current flowed uncb
Structedly again, lighting up with its pure
radiance the rose-embowerfd pathway
that, etc, etc. Chicago Tribune.