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The Infamous Black Bird Southern Oregon History, Revised


Mining Claims 1860, 1869-72

This is a transcription of two volumes of mining claim notices in the collection of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.  collection MSS62455, shelving number MMC-1189.

Miners, Reminiscences of an Old Timer, 1889
Reminiscences of an Old Timer, 1889

Index, Mining Claims January 13, 1860-June 15, 1860
Beekman & Hayden 4
F. M. Brown   7
Joseph Bethel   13
John G. Babcock  26
Babcock, Tabor & others  30
W. J. Berry  34
A. Bowen  36
Bang & Co.  62
James Bruce et al.  77
Billups, Faris & others  81
Same (water privilege)  82
James Beals, bill of sale  89
Butler & others  98
S. Barnes to Rapepoh  109
David N. Birdseye  116, 154
J. A. Bandy  118, 172, 208, 213
S. M. Babcock  130, 140
John G. Babcock  133, 144
James P. Burns  134, 168, 169, 186
Burnside & Co.  167
William Burns  170
J. P. Burns & Johnson  187
A. Barker  190
Black George  211
James P. Burns to Wm. Burns (bill of sale)  227
Chrisman & Co.  18
John T. Chase & others  41
N. Cook & others  54
George W. Carter & others  105
John Campbell & Veazie  128
Samuel Coffin  148
Cox & Lockwood  193
Choy & Company  204
George E. Cochran & others  222
L. J. C. Duncan  5
Dickinson, Funk & Crane  12, 16
N. C. Dean  21
John N. Durham  53, 146
Denny & Miller  55
Dickenson & Funk (bill of sale)  70
B. F. Dowell & others  110
J. N. Dooly  120
Hugh Donnelly  160, 210
Estes, Miner & Johnson  40
Davis Evans  61
Escude, Batiste & Co.  224
Ford, Cline & Roberts  19
Felton, Thorp & others  37
Fisher, Rolls & Hicks  44
Samuel A. Frye  116
John L. Frye  116
N. J. Farrans  119, 137, 171, 195, 212
Gin Lin & Co.  38, 39
George Gaskell  157
Gallagher & Gallagher  182
William Hoffman  3
John J. Holman  33
Williams Hills  35
Humphrey & others  42
James Hayes (bill of sale) 45
I. D. Haines & others  49
Frederick Heber  67
Ben Haymond & others  69
Jeremiah Hanrahan (bill of sale)   71
W. H. Howard (bill of sale)  73
Holmes, Richardson & Buzzell  87
Hays & Owens to How  99
Sinora Hicks to Bledsoe  108
H. Haas & others  114
J. H. Hickman  121, 136, 173, 197, 215
John Herrbold  126
Samuel House  132
James House  139
D. C. Havird  147
George M. Harris  163
Huber, Henry & Co.  176
Peter Hoagland  191
Ish & Co.  1
William K. Ish  2
H. L. and M. R. Ish  27
James A. Johnston  32
L. and R. Johnson  129
A. T. Johnson & Co.  150, 151
R. S. Jewett  155
I. L. Jones  161
Jackass Mining Laws  164
J. S. Jones  179
Isaac Jones & others  207
King, James & others  47
Keith & Allan  85
G. W. Keeler & others  92
N. King & others  92
C. H. Knapp  200
Kay & Co.  221
Love  14
Lynch, Patrick & others  59
James Leslie  80
Lan & Company  107
George Long & others  115
Pat Lynch  131, 135, 198, 214
A. Lemeriel  162
A. J. Long to John X. Miller  166
Lyon, Ross & Co.  183, 184, 185
Lockwood & Moore  216
R. F. Maury & others  8
Miller & Wilson  10
Metcalf & Caleff  11
Moran M. Ralls & Co.  74
Same (water privilege)  84
Mining Laws of Humbug  113
R. H. More & E. Tabor  123
Nathaniel Mitchell  127
John McCanna  138
J. W. McCoy  141
John McPherson  143, 196, 202
Richard H. More  145
S. A. Mowder  152
A. Murphy  177
Mooney, Thomas & others  180
James McLaren  220
Mining Laws of Upper Jackass & Poor Mans Creek  164, 165
Oatman & Ralston  23
Harrison B. Oatman  24
Oatman, Ralston & Oatman  29
Harvey B. Oatman & Co.  57
Orm & Lindley  219
Peer & Looney  48
Pyle, Peters & Peters  50
Pickle, Nicholas & Co.  52
Peer & Dyer  94
J. A. Peer  95
Pyle & Amen  111
P. P. Prim  159
Pinney, Rolls & Others  218
Rapepoh & Howard  9
Regnier, Thompson & others  22
Charles M. Rowley  31
Rathbun & Roberts  43
Rogers, Stearns & Herrbold  58
Rapepoh & others  63
Ryan, Beals & Co.  78
Rice & Sears (water privilege)  86
V. S. Rolls to Bledsoe  97
Ramsdale & Owens  100
John E. Ross to Williams  103
Same to Dean  104
Amos E. Rogers  124
Daniel Rathbun  158
A. Rumble  192
William K. Rolls  199
George D. Reed  200
John Rhoten  203, 209
A. E. Rogers & others  206
Sutton, Felton & King  17
Swinden & Stout  28
Smith, Hickock & G.  51
John Stow & others  90
Eli Stout & others  122
Jeremiah Snyder  125
James Sweeny  149
John Schmidt, Adam & Co.  174
Stout, Durham et al.  217
Taylor & Maury  20,91
Tabor & Patterson  25
Tolman & Ross  64
J. C. Tolman  65
J. W. Tatum, Chase & others  66
L. S. Thompson  68
J. W. Tatum & Templeton  76
John Thompson  153
W. G. T’Vault  156
J. A. Thomas & Company  175
James Thomas & Co.  188,189
J. W. Tatum & others  194
Robert Tenbrook  205
Charles Taylor & another  223
George T. Vining  102
John R. Wilkins  15
John Woods  46
James Walbridge (bill of sale)  72
Wallen, Washington & others  88
Wierzeyski & others  106
J. B. White  116
A. K. Williams  177
N. Witt  178, 181


Notice to hold 3 quartz claims by disy.
[discovery] & 2 by preemption.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold five quartz mining claims embracing three hundred yards by right of discovery and one hundred yards by preemption on a certain quartz lead to be known as Emigrant lead situated on the north side of the divide running towards Big Bar on Rogue River, said claim to commence at a laurel tree, blazed & marked with names, in the center of said claims and running from said laurel tree in a northerly & southerly direction for quantity claimed, including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims and 50 feet on each side of said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
Geo. H. Ish       )
James Hays      )    Discoverers
O. J. Graham    )
A. J. Long
Thomas Chavner
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon


Notice to hold one quartz claim
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead known as the Emigrant lead discovered by Geo. H. Ish & others, commencing at the southerly termination of the claims of said George H. Ish & Company & running thence in a southerly direction 50 yards, together with all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
Wm. K. Ish
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the southerly termination of Wm. K. Ish's claim on said lead and running
with said lead from thence in a southerly direction 50 yards, including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
Wm. Hoffman
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish & others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the southerly termination of William Hoffman's claim and running from thence in a southerly direction one hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of [the] Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
C. C. Beekman
U. S. Hayden
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 7 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 1 quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as [the] Emigrant lead, commencing at the southerly termination of C. C. Beekman & U. S. Hayden's claim and running thence in a southerly direction fifty yards, including all the dips,
angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
L. J. C. Duncan
    Filed & recorded January 13th, 1860 at 7 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.
    I hereby relinquish my right & title to the above quartz claim. Feb. 22nd, 1860.
L. J. C. Duncan [signature]



Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim on the quartz lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish & others, and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the southern termination of L. J. C. Duncan's claim and running in a southerly direction fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
Henry Ackley
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 7 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim, situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as [the] Emigrant lead commencing at the southern termination of Henry Ackley's claim and running thence in a southerly direction fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
F. M. Brown
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 8 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 5 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold five quartz mining claims situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the northern termination of the claims of the said Geo. H. Ish and Company and running thence in a northerly direction two hundred and fifty yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
R. F. Maury
J. Pawpaw
A. H. Miller
Benj. T. Davis
W. A. Owens
    Filed & recorded January 13th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the northern termination of the claims of R. F. Maury & others and running from thence in a northerly direction one hundred yards, including
all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
Jacob Rapepoh
Wm. Howard
    Filed & recorded January 13th, 1860 at 9 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the northerly termination of the claims of Jacob Rapepoh and Wm. Howard and running from thence in a northerly direction one hundred yards, including
all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
John Miller
C. M. Wilson
    Filed January 13th, 1860 at 9 o'clock p.m. Recorded same time.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the southerly termination of F. M. Brown's claim and running from thence in a southerly direction one hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
Joseph T. Metcalf
Henry Caleff
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 9 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.



Notice to hold 3 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the northerly termination of John Miller & C. M. Wilson's claims and running from thence in a northerly direction one hundred and fifty yards, including
all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
S. W. Dickinson
Geo. P. Funk
George Crane
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 9 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as [the] Emigrant lead, commencing at the northerly termination of the claims of S. W. Dickinson, Geo. P. Funk and Geo. Crane and running from thence in a northerly direction fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 13th, 1860.
Joseph Bethel
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 10 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the
lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the northern termination of Joseph Bethel's claim and running from thence 50 yards in a northerly course including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    Jan. 13th, 1860.
[omission] Love
    Filed and recorded January 13th, 1860 at 10 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the
lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as the Emigrant lead, commencing at the southern termination of the claims of Joseph T. Metcalf and Henry Caleff and running from thence 50 yards in a southerly course including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    Jan. 14h, 1860.
John R. Wilkins
    Filed and recorded January 14th, 1860 at 9 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 4 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 4 quartz mining claims situated in the quartz mines recently discovered near Big Bar on Rogue River, commencing at a large laurel tree on the lowest part of the ridge where the trail runs up, said tree marked thus XXX and running from said tree in a northerly directed [sic] 250 yards; one hundred yards claim is by S. W. Dickinson by right of discovery on the 14th day of January 1860 at 2 o'clock p.m. 
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, under the act of [the] Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 16th, 1860.
S. W. Dickinson
Geo. P. Funk
Geo. Crane
John Temple
    Filed and recorded January 16th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 3 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim three quartz mining claims situated in the newly discovered quartz lead near Big Bar on Rogue River, commencing at the southerly termination of the claims of S. W. Dickinson, Geo. P. Funk, Geo. Crane and John Temple and running from thence in a southerly direction one hundred and fifty yards, including
all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, under the provisions of the act of [the] Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 16th, 1860.
Thomas Sutton
H. T. Felton
James King
    Filed and recorded January 16th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 3 quartz claims
(Chrisman lead)
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold 3 quartz mining claims situated in the quartz mines situated on a quartz lead about one mile from Conrad Slagle's in a northerly direction, five miles northeast of Williamsburg, commencing at a certain black oak tree upon which notice is placed and running each way from said tree one hundred yards with the course of said lead, one claim taken by right of discovery and two claims by preemption,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    Jany. 16th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
E. Minton
Thomas Faris
Wm. Faris
    Filed and recorded January 16th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 3 quartz claims
.
    We the undersigned hereby give notice that we claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead discovered by Charles Hicks and commencing at the westerly termination of Maury & Davis' claims and running thence in a northwesterly course 150 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 16th, 1860.
Peyton Ford
Jos. C. Cline
John Roberts
    Filed and recorded January 16th, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead discovered by Charles Hicks, commencing at the northwesterly termination of Charles Hicks' claim and running thence in a northwesterly direction one hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 16th, 1860.
Samuel R. Taylor
R. F. Maury
    Filed and recorded January 16th, 1860 at 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead recently discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others and known as Emigrant lead, commencing at the northerly termination of George H. Ish and Company's claims, and running thence 50 yards in a northwesterly direction; said claim was taken by possession by me on Saturday morning, the 14th day of January 1860 at nine o'clock,
under the act of [the] Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    January 16th, 1860.
Nathaniel C. Dean
    Filed and recorded January 16th, 1860 at 7 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 5 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold five quartz mining claims situated [on] and crossing Willow Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, running eastwardly from the center of said creek two hundred and fifty yards and running westwardly from the center of said creek fifty yards making in all three hundred yards; one hundred being claimed by Louis Regnier as the discoverer of said leads,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims and taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    January 16th, 1860.
Louis Regnier
John L. Thompson
John Gilfeather
Peter Gilfeather
James Kelly
    Filed and recorded January 16th, 1860 at 11 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims by right of discovery
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz lead claims by right of discovery, said lead situated from one-half to three-fourths of a mile east of the Moran & Co.'s claims on the Blackwell Diggings and near the head of the gulch which has been worked and about 75 to 100 feet above the reservoir, commencing at a [omission] in the middle of the gulch and running thence in an easterly or southeasterly direction two hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, under the provisions of the act of the Legislature of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    January 12th, 1860.
Harvey B. Oatman
Richard W. Ralston
    Filed and recorded January 17th, 1860 at 12 o'clock noon.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims & intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated upon the quartz lead discovered by Harvey B. Oatman & Rich and W. Ralston and situated in the Blackwell Diggings, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the said Oatman & Ralston's claims and running thence in a southeasterly direction fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the act of the Legislature of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    January 17th, 1860.
Harrison B. Oatman
    Filed and recorded January 17th, 1860 at 10 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated upon the quartz lead discovered by Harvey B. Oatman and Richard W. Ralston and situated in the Blackwell Diggings, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the said Oatman & Rawlston's [sic] claims and running thence with said lead in its course westerly or northwesterly one hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    January 17th, 1860.
John Q. Tabor
E. Patterson
    Filed and recorded January 17th, 1860 at 10 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the lead discovered by Oatman and Ralston and situated at the Blackwell Diggings commencing at the northwesterly termination of Tabor and Patterson's claims and running from thence in a westerly or northwesterly direction with said lead 50 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 17th, 1860.
John G. Babcock
    Filed & recorded January 17th, 1860 at 10 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others, said two claims being embraced within the boundaries of the claims recorded by Geo. H. Ish, James Hays, O. J. Graham, A. J. Long & Thomas Chavner and between the claims recorded by R. F. Maury & others on the north and the claims of Wm. K. Ish on the south of the claims of said Geo. H. Ish & others, said claims so claimed by us being 100 yards in length, with the course of said quartz leads,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, in accordance with the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 18th, 1860.
Horace L. Ish,
Matthew R. Ish, partners
    Filed and recorded January 18th, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim & intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others, commencing at the northern termination of Nathaniel C. Dean's claim and running from thence one hundred yards with said lead in its course; said claims were taken by possession on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, the 14th day of January A.D. 1860, and include
all the dips, angles and outcroppings of said claims for the said distance of one hundred yards, said claims taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 18th, 1860.
John Swinden
Eli Stout
    Filed and recorded January 18th, 1860 at 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold three quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims situated on a continuation of the quartz lead discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others, and being about from three-fourths to one mile distant in a southeasterly direction from the claims of the said Geo. H. Ish and Company, commencing near the base of a bald mountain and running from thence in a southeasterly direction along a divide and with the course of said quartz lead one hundred and fifty yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 18th, 1860.
Harvey B. Oatman
Richard W. Ralston
Harrison B. Oatman
    Filed and recorded January 19th, 1860 at 11 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold five quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim & intend to hold five quartz mining claims situated on a continuation of the quartz lead discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others, and lying in a southeasterly course from the claims of said George H. Ish and Company, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the claims of Harvey B. Oatman, Richard W. Ralston and Harrison B. Oatman, on said lead and running from thence in a southeasterly course and with the direction of said lead two hundred and fifty yards, being 50 yards to each claimant
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 18th, 1860.
John G. Babcock
John Q. Tabor
E. Patterson
P. C. Woods
Pat. McManus
    Filed and recorded January 19th, 1860 at 11 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim by right of discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims & intends to hold one quartz mining claim of one hundred yards, by right of discovery, said claim situated on a quartz lead situated on the north or northeast side of the divide between Sailor Gulch and Posey Gulch, commencing at the prospect hole sunk by the undersigned on said lead and running from thence in a southeasterly direction and with the course of said lead one hundred yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    January 19th, 1860.
Charles M. Rowley
    Filed and recorded January 19th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead recently discovered by Charles M. Rowley and commencing at the southeasterly termination of the said Charles M. Rowley's claim and running from thence fifty yards in a southeasterly course with said lead,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 19th, 1860.
James A. Johnston
    Filed & recorded January 19th, 1860 at 1 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead recently discovered by Charles M. Rowley and commencing at the northwesterly termination of the said Charles M. Rowley's claim and running from thence in a northwesterly direction with the course of said lead fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 19th, 1860.
John J. Holman
    Filed & recorded January 19th, 1860 at 1 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a lead recently discovered by Chas. M. Rowley and commencing at the northwesterly termination of John J. Holman's claim on said lead and running from thence in a northwesterly direction and with the course of said lead fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 19th, 1860.
W. J. Berry
    Filed & recorded January 19th, 1860 at 1 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead recently discovered by Charles M. Rowley, commencing at the northwesterly termination of W. J. Berry's claim on said lead and running thence in a northwesterly direction and with the course of said lead fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 19th, 1860.
William Hills
    Filed & recorded January 19th, 1860 at 1 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a lead recently discovered by Chas. M. Rowley, commencing at the northwesterly termination of William Hills' claim on said lead and running from thence in a northwesterly direction fifty yards with the course of said lead,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 19th, 1860.
A. Bowen
    Filed & recorded January 19th, 1860 at 1 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold six quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold six quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead discovered by Geo. H. Ish and others, commencing at the southeasterly termination of John R. Wilkins' claim on said lead and running from thence in a southeasterly course three hundred yards with the direction of said lead,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 19th, 1860.
H. T. Fellow
J. H. Thorp
James King
Thomas Sutton
A. Helms
Lester Truax
    Filed & recorded Jany. 19th, 1860 at 6 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold the following mining claims situated on Jackass Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, one claim by purchase from John Buckley, being 200 yards in length, and the other by purchase from Napoleon Baker, fifty yards in length and adjoining the above named claims, also all the sluiceboxes & privileges belonging to said claims.

    January 20th, 1860.
Gin Lin & Company
    Filed & recorded January 20th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Bill of sale from Buckley & Baker to Gin Lin & Co.

    Know all men by these presents that I have this day sold a creek claim two hundred yards in length (200 yards in length) commencing 30 feet wide in one side and as much in the other as he wishes with 15 sluices and [sluice] fork with the same privilege of water as I had for $65.

    July 22nd, 1859.
John Buckley
Witness: J. T. Williams
                                                   Jackass A 27, 1859
    This is to certify that I have this day bargained and sold to Gin Lin & Company one mining claim being fifty yards, situated on Jackass, joining a claim known as the Buckley claim for the sum of thirty-five dollars.
    Received payment
Napoleon Baker
Witness: C. Thompson
    Filed and recorded January 20th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims situated on a continuation of the quartz lead discovered by George H. Ish and others, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the claims taken and recorded by John G. Babcock, John Q. Tabor, E. Patterson, P. C. Wood & Pat McManus and running from thence in a southeasterly direction or with the course of said lead one hundred and fifty yards,
being 50 yards to each claimant, including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 20th, 1860.
H. W. Estes
Wm. S. Minier
Saml. B. Johnson
    Filed and recorded January 20th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 8 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold eight quartz mining claims situated on a lead at the head of Blackwell Gulch, on the left hand ridge, commencing at the hole now opened on said quartz lead and running east-southeast and west-northwest from said hole, for the quantity claimed being 450 yards, that is to say 100 yards by right of discovery and 350 yards by preemption running with the course of lead,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of [the] Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 21st, 1860.
John T. Chase (discoverer)
John Penny
Patrick O. Ryan
John Anderson
Mr. Vanderbash
R. Foster
John McDonnell
Henry Huber
    Filed and recorded Jany. 21st, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead recently discovered by John T. Chase at the head of Blackwell Gulch on the left hand ridge, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the claims of the said John T. Chase and others and running from thence in an east-southeast direction in the course of said lead [2]50 yards, 
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 21st, 1860.
S. Humphrey
[Wm. Kahler]
[J. N. T. Miller]
[J. W. McCully]
[erased name]
    Filed & recorded January 21st, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.
    The above claims are situated between Blackwell's Diggings and Rogue River and eastwardly of Cavanaugh's ranch on Rogue River Mountain.
[Bracketed material added at a later date]


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead lying north of Charles Hicks' lead distant about 100 yards above said lead, commencing at the head of Posey Gulch and running from thence 100 yards east of the gulch and 50 yards west of the gulch, being 100 yards by right of discovery and 50 yards by preemption, running with the course of said lead, including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims & taken
under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 21st, 1860.
Daniel Rathbun (discoverer)
J. F. Roberts
    Filed and recorded January 21st, 1860 at 11 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold water privileges on Rogue River.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the land on Rogue River at a point known as the 3rd point above Big Bar on said river as an outlet of the water of said river in a channel, to be constructed for the purpose of changing the river from said point to a point lower down and known as the mouth of the slough or old channel; the object in changing the course of the said river is for the purposes of an iron foundry and for propelling machinery and for other purposes. Said claim was taken and originally recorded in the record kept by V. S. Rolls in the Blackwell Diggings district, on the 11th of March 1859 and notices thereof regularly posted and renewed by D. F. Fisher. We claim all the water privileges that may accrue from the turning of the river as above indicated, as well as the land necessary for such purpose, in its course. We also claim the present channel of the river after the [course of the] river shall be changed
, for mining purposes, from point of its outlet to where it unites again.
    January 21st, 1860.
D. F. Fisher
V. S. Rolls
Sinora Hicks & Company
    Filed and recorded January 21st, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Bill of sale of one-fifth interest in Emigrant quartz lead.
    Know all men by these presents that I, James Hays, of the county of Jackson and state of Oregon, have this day bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell to Charles Williams and Henry Klippel and John McLaughlin, of the same county and state, one-fifth interest in a quartz lead known as the Emigrant lead and located near the Big Bar on Rogue River in Jackson County, Oregon in consideration of the sum of four thousand dollars; said interest is known as the one-fifth interest recorded in the County Clerk's office of Jackson County on the 13rd of January 1860, by George H. Ish, James Hays, John Long, O. J. Graham and Thomas Cavanaugh.

    Jacksonville, January 21st, 1860.
James Hays
[Witnesses:] John S. Drum, R. F. Maury, James T. Glenn
    Filed and recorded January 21st, 1860 at 8 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim of 100 yards by right of discovery, commencing from this notice and running a little west of north one hundred yards towards the Armstrong Gulch, in
cluding all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim and taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 25th, 1860.
John Woods
    Filed and recorded January 25th, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.
    Know all men by these presents that I, John Woods, of the county of Jackson, state of Oregon, for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars to me in hand paid by A. J. Long of the same place, having bargained, sold & transferred and by these presents do bargain, sell and transfer unto the said A. J. Long the undivided one-half interest in a certain quartz mining claim of one hundred yards running towards the Armstrong Gulch and recorded by me in the Recorder's office on the 25th [of] January 1860.
John Woods
    Attest
Wm. Hoffman
    Filed & recorded April 13th 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 4 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold four quartz mining claims adjoining the Ish claims on the upper side
nearest the top of the hill commencing at a post back of the cabin of Ish, Klippel, McLaughlin and others and running one hundred yards to another post, thence one hundred and twenty feet in a southerly direction to a post, thence one hundred yards to a post, thence northerly one hundred and twenty feet to the place of beginning.
    January 25th, 1860.
James King
Addison Helms
Levi Prentiss
J. H. Reed
    Filed and recorded January 25th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold two quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and into [sic] hold two quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead discovered by us, about a mile a little south of west from the claims on the Emigrant lead, commencing at a small white oak where we have sunk a prospect hole and running from thence 200 yards in a northerly course, including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same and fifty feet on each side of said lead; said two claims are claimed by right of discovery and are
taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    January 26th, 1860.
John A. Peer
John C. Looney
    Filed and recorded January 26th, 1860 at 2 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Org.


Notice to hold a water privilege, ditch &c.
    We the undersigned claim the waters of this spring [and] creeks together with the privilege of building a reservoir and diverting the water from its main channel at the most convenient point for our purposes and take it through a ditch leading to Haines' Flat for the purpose of mining on Ackley Gulch, Sinclair Gulch & others on said flat at the foot of Gold Hill.

    January 25th, 1860, Jackson Co., Oregon.
J. D. Haines
Henry Ackley
John Nowel
[omission] Sinclair
    Filed and recorded January 30th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 2 quartz claims
by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims by right of discovery and one by preemption--situated on a quartz lead on the north side of Rogue River about two miles north of Bethel's Ferry, commencing at a blazed fir tree on the summit of a ridge between Huntley Gulch and Stottler Gulch and running from said fir tree in a northwesterly direction two hundred and fifty yards, that is to say, two hundred yards by right of discovery and fifty yards by preemption,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims & fifty yards on each side of the lead taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    February 2nd, 1860.
Thomas Pyle   )
H. G. Peters    )  discoverers
Jas. R. Peters--preemption
    Filed and recorded February 2nd, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold a water privilege
.
    Notice January 30th, 1860               
    That we the undersigned do claim all the water running in this Thompson Creek to run in a ditch to Pharis Gulch and it is recorded according to law at Jacksonville.
F. B. Smith
Henry Hickok
Oliver Gamage
    I certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the original.
    Filed and recorded this 4th day of February A.D. 1860, at 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold water privilege for mining purposes
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the privilege of taking the water out of Rogue River at the head of a falls below the Big Bend at the head
of the Big Bar on said river, by constructing a dam across said river and conveying the water by a ditch or canal along the base of the mountain, to connect with the river again at some eligible point below; we claim all the water privileges that may accrue or arise from turning said river and also all the benefits that may accrue for mining purposes in turning the said river.
    Filed Feby. 7th, 1860.
Nicholas Pickle & Company

    Recorded same day.

Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz claim by discovery.
    The undersigned claims one hundred yards by right of discovery of a certain quartz lead on Gold Hill as found and opened by me being situated on the southwest portion of said hill
.
    February 5th, 1860.
John N. Durham
    Filed & recorded February 7th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold four quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold four quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead upon which the claims of M. Moran & Co. have been taken and recorded in the Blackwell Diggings, Jackson County and state of Oregon, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the claims on said lead taken and recorded by James Bateman, James McGuire and A. J. Coakley and running from thence with said lead in a northwesterly course two hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    February 8th, 1860.
Nicholas Cook
Rowland Hall
J. J. Cook
John Corcoran
    Filed and recorded February 8th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold a water privilege
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the water privilege on Rogue River for turning water from said river into a vacated ditch commencing at a point on said river at the head of Big Bar and carrying said ditch by the most practicable route to intersect said river at a point above the fence of the Evans claim now owned by Adams & Co. We claim all the privileges to arise from the construction of said ditch and the water to flow through the same; our claim commenced from the 23rd day of January 1860.

    February 8th, 1860.
John Denny
John P. Miller & Co.
    Filed for record February 8th, 1860 at 4½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold water privileges.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the privilege of taking the water out of Rogue River at a point on the west side of the river at the first falls on said river above the north boundary of our land claim by constructing a dam across said river and conveying the water by ditch or canal so as to intersect the river again at a point nearly opposite our dwelling house on our said land claim.
    We also claim all the water power or privilege that may be had in said ditch or canal by turning said river and also all the benefits that may accrue for mining purposes as well as for machinery &c.
    February 11th, 1860.
J. C. Adams
S. R. Templeton
Geo. Mitchell
    Filed & recorded February 11th, 1860 at 1 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold six quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold six quartz mining claims situated on the east side of the butte which lies about three-fourths of a mile south of Gold Hill and described as follows, beginning at a small fir tree which stands at our prospect hole and running westerly two hundred and fifty yards and easterly from the same tree one hundred yards, making three hundred and fifty yards; fifty yards by right of discovery and
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same for the distance of 50 feet on each side, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    Phoenix, February 11th, 1860.
Harvey B. Oatman
Irvin M. Smith
N. Martin
J. Bonifield
J. Baldwin
H. Webb
    Filed and recorded February 13th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold three quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims, being one by right of discovery and two by preemption, making 200 yards, situated in the vicinity of the Blackwell Diggings in Jackson County about five-eighths or three-fourths of a mile in about a southeasterly direction from the prospect holes of Moran & Co. on the Blackwell quartz lead, said claims commencing on a ridge between two gulches at a prospect hole on the level a few, say, 10 feet to the southeast of which stands a pine tree blazed on three sides by hewing off the bark and into the wood with a pickax, also on the west side are the letters A&M cut into the bark--running each way from said described hole & tree on the direction of the lead for quantity claimed, it being 100 yards each way & fifty feet on each side,
including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    February 13th, 1860.
Amos E. Rogers
M. N. Stearns
John Herrbold
    Filed and recorded February 13th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold ten quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold ten quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead of Moran, Rolls and others in the Blackwell Diggings, Jackson County, state of Oregon, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the quartz claims recorded by Nicholas Cook and others on the 8th Feby. 1860 and running from thence with said lead in a northwesterly course five hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    February 16th, 1860.
Patrick Lynch
John McCanna
J. H. Lynch
Hugh Donnell
Thomas Frood
John B. Sifers
A. B. Morrell
P. Rogers
John White
John Keting
    Filed for record February 16th, 1860 at 9½ o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold a water ditch.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold all the rights, privileges and immunities of a certain water ditch for mining purposes commencing at a point on T'Vault's creek
about 200 yards above T'Vault's house on said T'Vault's ranch near Rogue River and running from thence to a certain bar on Rogue River for mining purposes, being the same ditch constructed and dug by Lowyel Cox
    February 18th, 1860.
Hiram Abbott
    Filed and recorded February 18th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the  Emigrant or Gold Hill quartz lead commencing at the southern termination of the claims recorded by Beekman & Hayden and running from thence in a southerly direction fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to said claims and taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    Feby. 22nd, 1860.
Davis Evans
    Filed and recorded February 22nd, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Bill of sale of mining claims.
    This is to certify that we the undersigned have this day sold to Pang [sic] & Co., Chinamen, three hundred yards of this bar for the amount of fifty dollars.

    Applegate, Oct. 17th, 1859.
John Shiveley
Kaspar Kubli
Henry Ruble
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold the above described mining claims by right of purchase as per the above bill of sale.
    February 23rd, 1860.
Bang [sic] & Company
    Filed and recorded February 23rd, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold 5 mining quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim five quartz mining claims, one claim by discovery and two by preemption situated on the quartz lead known as the Russian lead in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by Jacob Rapepoh on the 5th day of February A.D. 1860, being one hundred yards by right of discovery and one hundred fifty yards by right of preemption, making altogether two hundred fifty yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    February 6th, 1860.
Jacob Rapepoh
Catharine Rapepoh
William Howard
Wm. Hoffman
    Filed and recorded February 23rd, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold two quartz mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims commencing at a pine tree (marker) on the second ridge to the left of the road leading up to the Emigrant company claims thence up said ridge 100 yards and fifty feet on each side,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    February 23rd, 1860.
J. C. Tolman
J. E. Ross
    Filed & recorded February 23rd, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    I claim and intend to
hold one quartz mining claim on Gold Hill connecting on the upper side of certain claims recorded to J. King, A. Helms, Levi Prentis and J. H. Reed.
    February 24th, 1860.
J. C. Tolman
    Filed and recorded February 24th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold five quartz mining claims
.
Gold Hill, February 20th, 1860               
    We the undersigned claim five quartz mining claims in the hill running southwest from this notice, said claims being contiguous to the quartz mining claims on Gold Hill recorded by Geo. H. Ish & others.
J. W. Tatum
A. C. Chase
Elijah Chaney
E. A. Rice
E. Pinkham
    Filed and recorded February 25th, 1860.
    Recorded same day.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated and commencing at the northwest termination of the claims recorded by J. W. Tatum, A. C. Chase, Elijah Chaney, E. A. Rice & E. Pinkham this day and running from thence in a northwesterly course for quantity,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim and taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    February 25th, 1860.
Frederick Heber
    Filed & recorded February 25th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on Gold Hill and adjoining the claims recorded by James King, Addison Helms, Levi Prentice and J. H. Reed on the upper side of their claims fifty yards by one hundred feet.

    Feby. 25th, 1860.
L. S. Thompson
    Filed and recorded February 25th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 5 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold five quartz mining claims, including two hundred yards by right of discovery and one hundred yards by preemption on a certain quartz lead to be known as the Haymond lead situated on the southwest side of the hill lying east of the Emigrant company's arrastra, said claim to commence at an oak tree, blazed and marked, running two hundred yards southeast of said tree and one hundred yards running northwest of said tree,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims and fifty feet on each side of said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    February 28th, 1860.
Benj. Haymond
Henry Bock
P. H. Egan
George Phelps
J. O. Johnson
    Filed for record February 28th, 1860 at 2½ o'clock p.m.
    Recorded same day.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Bill of sale from S. W. Dickenson & G. P. Funk to Ish & Pelton.
    Know all men by these presents that the undersigned for and in consideration of the sum of three d
ollars [sic] to us in hand paid by W. K. Ish and E. C. Pelton, the receipt of which is acknowledged, do by these presents sell and transfer to the said W. K. Ish and E. C. Pelton, their heirs and assigns, all our right, title, interest, claim and demand of, in and to three certain quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead discovered by George H. Ish & others, bounded by the recorded claims of John Miller & C. M. Wilson on the south and the claim of Joseph Bethel on the north; said claims hereby transformed being recorded in the Recorder's office in Record of Quartz Mining Claims, page 12, on the 13th day of January A.D. 1860.
S. W. Dickenson
Geo. Ph. Funk
    Filed & recorded February 29th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Bill of sale from Jeremiah Hanrahan to Hoffman, Beekman & Hayden.
    Know all men by these presents that I, Jeremiah Hanrahan, of the county of Jackson and state of Oregon, for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred dollars, to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof
is hereby acknowledged, have bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto Wm. Hoffman, C. C. Beekman and U. S. Hayden and their heirs and assigns, all my right, title, interest, claim and demand whatever, in and to the quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead in the Blackwell Diggings, Jackson County, Oregon, and known as the quartz mining claims recorded by Michael Moran, David Johnson, V. S. Rolls and J. Hanrahan & Co. on the 10th day of December 1859, in the Recorder's office of Jackson County & state of Oregon, and also including all my interest in the quartz taken out by said company being all my entire interest in said claims above described.
    Witness my hand & seal this 18th day of February A.D. 1860.
Jeremiah Hanrahan
    Signed, sealed & delivered in the presence of
John McLaughlin
John T. Chase
    Filed for record Feb. 18, 1860 at 12 o'clock m. Recorded February 29th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, J. C., Ogn.


Bill of sale from James Walbridge to Samuel Hazelett.
    Know all men by these presents that I, James Walbridge
, have this 22nd November A.D. 1859 bargained, sold and delivered, and by these presents do bargain, sell & deliver unto Samuel Hazelett the undivided two-thirds of a bank mining claim located on Jackass Creek 3 miles above Log Town and formerly owned by A. J. Hinkle & Co., for the consideration of one horse and one Colt revolver pistol, to me delivered this day & date above mentioned.
    In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal.
James Walbridge
Jackass Creek, Jackson County, Ogn.
    Filed for record March 1st, 1860 at 6 o'clock p.m.
    Recorded same day.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Bill of sale from W. H. Howard to Jacob Rapepoh.
    I have this day sold to Jacob Rapepoh all my right, title and interest in a certain quartz claim of fifty yards, discovered by Rapepoh and known as the Russian lead, for the sum of forty dollars.

    Dated Natches, March 3rd, 1860.

Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Agreement between Blackwell quartz company.
    The undersigned owners and proprietors of the Blackwell quartz lead recorded by Michael Moran & Company in the Recorder's office of Jackson County, Oregon, on the 10th day of December A.D. 1859 agree that the interest of the parties shall be as follows, to wit: The interest of the company is comprised in five equal shares, owned as follows--
    One-fifth by Michael Moran, two-fifths by V. S. Rolls, one-fifth by David Johnston and one-fifth jointly by Wm. Hoffman, C. C. Beekman, U. S. Hayden and John T. Chase, making in all five shares in the whole interest.
    That the expenses incurred in working said quartz lead shall be paid in proportion to the interests of the respective parties aforesaid.
    March 5th, 1860.
Micl. Moran
V. S. Rolls
D. Johnstone
Wm. Hoffman
C. C. Beekman by U. S. Hayden
U. S. Hayden
John T. Chase
    Filed and recorded March 5th, 1860 at 9 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that I claim fifty yards in length and one hundred feet in width on the southern
side of Gold Hill in Jackson County as a quartz mining claim, the said claim being now in my possession and being worked by a man in my employ. If said claim contains a quartz vein it is supposed to run perpendicular to the present ascertained course of the lode on the claim known as the Emigrant claim.
    March 1st, 1860.
John Andrews
    Filed and recorded March 8th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 river claims
for mining purposes.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two river claims for mining purposes commencing forty yards below the foot of a certain island in Rogue River, which island is nearly opposite the house of Adams, Templeton & Mitchell and extending down the river for the distance of two hundred yards. Said claims were taken on the 22nd day of February A.D. 1860, and notice posted.

    March 8th, 1860.
J. W. Tatum
S. R. Templeton
    Filed and recorded March 8th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, J.C.


Notice to hold water privilege
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the slough or channel from a point on Rogue River, commencing at or near the western string of fence on the Fort Lane Reserve, and continuing with said slough or channel to the intersection with Rogue River, taken as a water privilege for mining purposes and machinery.

    March 10th, 1860.
James Bruce
Theo. D. Maltby
Jos. H. Bledsoe
Relf Bledsoe
    Filed & recorded March 10th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 4 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold four quartz mining claims situated on the southwest side of the divide leading up to Gold Hill, commencing at a point about 20 feet below the prospect hole sunk by us and running up with the lead 200 yards taken up under
the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 12th, 1860.
E. F. Ryan
James Beals
Wm. Miller
Stephen Barnes
    Filed & recorded March 12th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.



Notice to hold 1 quartz claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz claim of 100 yards on the quartz lead discovered by me and known as the Hicks lead, situated in Jackson Co., Oregon.

    March 12th, 1860.
C. R. Hicks
    Filed & recorded March 12th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims & intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the north side of Rogue River, opposite Gold Hill, on the first hill from the river and about 300 or 400 yards from the top of the spur towards the river, commencing at a stake on the said claim and running fifty yards each way with the lead from said stake, 
including all the dips, angles &c and taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 12th, 1860.
James Leslie
    Filed & recorded March 12th, 1860 at 9½ o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold seven quartz claims by discovery
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold seven quartz mining claims by right of discovery, situated on a divide between Carberry City and Brush Creek about one mile from "the cabins," running 300 yards south of west from one notice at our prospect hole and also running 400 yards north of east from said notice & prospect hole,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims and taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 15th, 1860.
William P. Billups
Thomas Faris
George Hinkle
Francis Fitnam
James P. Barnes
George W. Keeler
John Ely
    Filed & recorded March 12th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.
    Applegate, Augt. 23rd, 1860, I acknowledge that W. W. Fowler is one-half owner in an interest in a certain quartz claim on Applegate, recorded in my name in the Recorder's office at Jacksonville, Ogn. on the 12th March A.D. 1860.
G. W. Keeler

    Filed & recorded Augt. 24th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold a water privilege on Applegate.
   
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold the water to be taken out of Applegate Creek by a ditch, commencing at a point on said creek from a half to three-fourths of a mile above Carberry City and to be conducted by said ditch to a certain gulch taken up by us for mining purposes and also for the purposes of machinery for our quartz claims, recorded by us this day, said ditch to be continued by us if found necessary to do so.
    March 12th,1 860.
Wm. P. Billups
Thomas Faris
Geo. Hinkle
Francis Fitnam
James P. Barnes
Geo. W. Keeler
John Ely
    Filed & recorded March 12th, 1860 at 1 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold five quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold five quartz mining claims, commencing at the southern termination of Johnson & Mowry's claims on the quartz lead discovered by John Woods and recorded January 25th, 1860 and running from thence in a southerly direction two hundred and fifty yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 12th, 1860.
A. C. Alberts
C. Davenport
S. H. Todd
Frederick Elliott
William Horn
    Filed and recorded March 12th, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold water privilege.
    The undersigned claim all the water flowing from the springs in the gulch on and above the claims heretofore recorded by us for the purposes of machinery on our quartz claims, said quartz claims recorded December 10th, 1859.
    March 12th, 1860.
Michael Moran
David Johnson
V. S. Rolls and
Wm. Hoffman       )
C. C. Beekman      )   assignees of J. Hanrahan
U. S. Hayden &     )
John T. Chase        )

    Filed & recorded March 12th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold two quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims commencing at the southwest corner of Ryan & Company's claims recorded this day and running from there fifty yards northeast, fifty yards southwest and fifty yards wide on an angle from said point,
taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 12th, 1860.
W. B. Keith
W. H. Allan
    Filed & recorded March 12th, 1860 at 6 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.



Notice to hold 2 river claims on Rogue River
.
    We the undersigned claim and intend to hold two river claims for mining purposes, situated about half a mile above Bethel's Ferry on Rogue River, commencing at the head of the ripple and extending down the river two hundred yards, including all the privileges and immunities belonging to said claims, which we design to work as soon as the stage of the water will permit.

    March 13th, 1860.
E. A. Rice
Jno. W. Sears
    Filed and recorded March 13th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold three quartz claims by right of discovery
.
    We the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims by right of discovery situated on a hill on the right hand fork of Jackson Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, about 500 yards from One Horse Town, commencing at the point where our notice is put up and running thence north by west three hundred yards, claimed by right of discovery, including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same 50 feet on each side of said lead, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.

    March 14th, 1860.
Josephus Holmes
Wm. H. Richardson
A. A. Buzzell
    Filed and recorded March 14th, 1860 at half past one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.

    March 14th, 1861 the above notice is renewed this day.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold four quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold four quartz mining claims situated on Gold Hill, commencing at the southern boundary of Keith & Allan's claim and running from thence in a southerly direction two hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 15th, 1860.
Washington Wallen
Alexander Ward
Jos. M. Lockwood
Wallen & Lockwood 1 claim by purchase from
James Sandford
    Filed & recorded March 15th, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Bill of sale from James Beals to L. Ganung.
    Know all men by these presents that I, James Beals, of the county of Jackson and state of Oregon, for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto L. Ganung and to his heirs and assigns, all my right, title, interest and claim in and to the quartz mining claims recorded by E. F. Ryan, James Beals, William Miller and Stephen Barnes on the 12th day of March 1860, said interest hereby conveyed being the fourth interest in said claims so recorded as aforesaid.
    In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fifteenth day of March A.D. 1860.
James Beals
    Witness
Jas. Clugage
Wm. Hoffman

    Filed and recorded March 15th, 1860 at 8 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold five quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold five quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead on the main ridge on the right hand side of the right hand fork of Jackson Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, opposite the mouth of Timber Gulch, one claim of 100 yards taken by right of discovery and four claims of 50 yards each taken by right of preemption, making in all five hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims in the course of said lead, taken by us under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 16th, 1860.
John Stow
Wm. A. Johnson
S. A. Mowder
Henry Carter
Lewis Cupps
    Filed and recorded March 16th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold 100 yards of the quartz lead discovered by Charles Hicks, being the same claim held by Chas. Hicks by right of discovery and purchased from him for a valuable consideration by the undersigned
.
    March 16th, 1860.
Taylor & Maury
    Filed and recorded March 16th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold four quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold four quartz mining claims on a lead discovered by G. W. Keeler & Co. on the 12th March 1860 situated on the divide between Applegate or a gulch that leads into Applegate just below Carberry Town and Brushy Creek. The lead runs north & south or nearly so; the claimants take the ridge for the center of their claims or a prospect hole near the ridge, t
aken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    Applegate, March 12th, 1860.
G. W. Keeler
W. W. Fowler
Daniel Hopkins
David Hopkins
    Filed and recorded March 17th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold three quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims on Gold Hill, adjoining the Ish, Cavanaugh & Company's claims on the Emigrant lead, on whichsoever fork of said lead may not be claimed by said Ish, Cavanaugh & Company; said claims so taken being in a southerly direction from the center of the Ish, Cavanaugh & Company's claims and extending with the lead one hundred & fifty yards.

    March 17th, 1860.
N. King
E. C. Pelton
Thos. Pyle
    Filed and recorded March 17th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims, by right of discovery, situated southwest of [the] Emigrant lead about 300 yards from the south boundary of the Ish, Cavanaugh & Co.'s claims, commencing at a middle sized pine tree and running from thence in a northerly direction 200 yards with said lead including
all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to said claims and taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining, said claims discovered February 15th, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
John A. Peer
W. Dyer
    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice is hereby given to hold a water privilege.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims the water in a certain branch running into Rogue River about from one mile to a mile and [a] half up the river from Bethel's Ferry on the south side of said river, said water to be conducted in a ditch to be constructed by me from said branch to a river bar at said Bethel's Ferry for mining purposes. I also claim the water that will naturally flow into said ditch in its course.
    March 19th, 1860.
J. A. Peer

    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1860 at 9½ o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 4 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold four quartz mining claims commencing at the N.W. boundary of the quartz claims recorded by Josephus Holmes and Company on the 14th March 1860 and running from thence in a north by west direction 200 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims and 50 feet on each side, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 19th, 1860.
A. C. Alberts
Frederick Elliott
George Clapp
S. H. Todd
    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Bill of sale from V. S. Rolls to Jos. H. Bledsoe.
    March 13th, 1860.               
    Know all men by these presents that I have this day bargained and sold unto Jos. H. Bledsoe all my right, title and interest in and to a certain claim in Rogue River for mining purposes &c. opposite to the mouth of Sams Creek, which said claim was recorded jointly by Hicks, Fisher & myself, for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars for which the said Bledsoe has this day executed his note to me payable in 30 days, and hereby guarantee unto the said Bledsoe all my possession, rights and privileges unto the same. As witness my hand,
V. S. Rolls
    Attest
Thos. T. Maltby

    Filed and recorded March 19th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold four quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, citizens of the county of Jackson, state of Oregon, have on this the 10th day of March A.D. 1860 taken up and claim one hundred yards in a certain quartz lead in the vicinity of Rogue River marked by a laurel tree
on the southeast and the said tree marked thus XX and adjoining on the southeast by the claims of King & Company and by an oak tree marked thus XX being on the northwest corner of the claims of Swindling & Co.
W. T. Butler
Marshall Crawford
D. B. Powers
M. Bledsoe

    Filed and recorded March 19th, 1860 at half past ten o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Copy of bill of sale from George Hayes & H. R. Owens to How.
    Rich Gulch, March 19, 1858               
    Know all men by these presents that we the undersigned have this day sold to Chinaman How all our right & title to a mining claim situated on Rich Gulch, also all our right & title in 19 sluices, pick & shovels, one sluice fork, all our right and title in two cabins, all our right & title in a water ditch from the left hand fork of Jackson Creek.
George Hayes
H. R. Owens
    Attest
E. D. Foudray
    Filed and recorded March 19th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.

Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim two quartz mining claims, one claim of 100 yards by right of discovery, one 50 yards by preemption on a certain quartz lead situated near the road leading from Jacksonville to Applegate in a gulch opposite the first cabin on said road and being about one mile from Jacksonville, said claims being 150 yards in length and taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining and
including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to said claims & fifty feet on each side of said lead.
    March 19th, 1860.
John Ramsdale
Robert Owens
    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1860 at 11½ o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims, commencing at the southerly termination of the claims recorded by N. King, E. C. Pelton & Thomas Pyle on the 17th March 1860 and running from thence in a southerly
direction one hundred and fifty yards, said claims taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 19th, 1860.
Middleton V. Amen
John Thompson
John M. Drake
    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim commencing at the southern termination of the claims recorded by Middleton V. Amen, John Thompson and John M. Drake this day and running from thence in a southerly direction 50 yards,
taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 19th, 1860.
Geo. T. Vining
    March 19th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m. filed for record and recorded.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Bill of sale John E. Ross to Charles Williams.
    Know all men by these presents that I the undersigned have for and in consideration of the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars, to me in hand paid or secured to be paid, sold, transferred and quitclaimed unto Charles Williams of Jacksonville, Oregon, the one undivided half part of all my right, title and interest in and to the quartz mining claim or lead on Gold Hill in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim or lead being known as the Emigrant or Ish lead, and my interest therein being derived by purchase of O. J. Graham as is evidenced by a bill of sale dated February 4th A.D. 1860 and amounting to one-fifth of the whole of said claim. To have and to hold the undivided half of said one-fifth unto the said Charles Williams, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the fifth day of March A.D. 1860.
John E. Ross
    Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
James R. Peter

    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1860 at 8 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Transfer from John E. Ross to N. C. Dean.
    Jacksonville, Ogn., March 19th, 1860           
    Received of N. C. Dean six hundred and fifty dollars in full for one-eighth of one-fifth of the Emigrant quartz lead as purchased by me of O. J. Graham.
John E. Ross
    Witness
James R. Peters

    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1860 at 8½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 3 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three hundred yards of this lead by right of discovery, known as the Carter lead and situated on the north side of Rogue River at what is known as the Smith Diggings about 2 miles below Bethel's Ferry, said claims running 150 yards each way on the lead from this stake and 50 feet on each side of the lead,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 20th, 1860.
George W. Carter
Harvey B. Oatman
Ben. Haymond
    Filed & recorded March 20th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 300 yards of mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 300 yards of mining claims, 2 reservoirs and 2 ditches, cabin and other fixtures belonging to said claims situated near the road leading from Jacksonville to the Willow Springs, about 4 miles from Jacksonville and less than a mile from N. C. Dean's residence and a short distance from Titus Willard's land claim; said claims cannot be worked at present for want of water; we therefore record them so as to hold them until we can have water to work said claims, including reservoirs, ditches and everything else belonging to said claims.

    March 21st, 1860.
A. Wurzeyski
[omission] Piatti
[omission] Oriezi
    Filed & recorded March 21st, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold mining claims, ditch, reservoirs.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold the following described mining claims situated on Rich Gulch in Jackson County, formerly known as the Rogers claims and purchased by us from George Cram, commencing about 30 feet below the pine tree standing in the gulch and running up the gulch 250 yards. Also the cabin, sluiceboxes &c. and the right to the ditch and water and three reservoirs belonging to said claims; said reservoirs are at the head of said gulch.

    March 23rd, 1860.
Lan & Company
    Filed & recorded March 23rd, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Transfer from Sinora Hicks to Joseph H. Bledsoe.
    Jacksonville, March 14th, 1860.               
    Know all men by these presents that I, Sinora Hicks, from this day bargained and sold unto Joseph H. Bledsoe for the sum of two hundred dollars, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, all my right, title, interest of possession to a certain claim in Rogue River, which said claim was filed and recorded by D. F. Fisher, V. S. Rolls and the undersigned on the 21st day of January 1860 in the Recorder's office of Jackson County, and I hereby guarantee unto said Bledsoe all the right, title and interest which I may possess.
    As witness my hand the date above written.
Sinora Hicks
    Witness
Wm. Hoffman
    Filed for record March 14th, 1860 at 2 o'clock p.m.
    Recorded March 23rd, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Bill of sale from Stephen Barnes to Jacob Rapepoh.
Gold Hill, March 23rd, 1860               
    Know all men by these presents that I, Steven Barnes, have this day sold all my right, title and interest in the lead discovered by E. J. Ryan & Company for the sum of $100 dollars paid in hand to me, to Jacob Rapepoh.
his   X    mark
Steven Barnes
    Witness
C. Brockmann
Jeremiah Cozad

    Filed & recorded March 23rd, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 5 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim on the large Blackwell quartz lead, for the purpose of mining the same,
five quartz mining claims, commencing at a stake standing in Patrick Gulch, on the lead north of the military road leading from Canyonville to Jacksonville, one hundred yards below a laurel tree marked T.P. on the east side and B.F.D. on the west side, thence in a northeasterly direction along said lead, two hundred and fifty yards, extending 50 feet on each side of said quartz lead, with all its angles, dips and outcroppings.
    Jacksonville, Oregon, March 24th, 1860.
B. F. Dowell
J. S. Burpee
S. N. Howard
J. H. Reed
Riley Hayden
    Filed & recorded March 24th, 1860 at 10 o'clock  a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim on the large Blackwell quartz lead, for the purpose of mining the same,
two quartz mining claims, commencing at a stake standing in Patrick Gulch, on the lead north of the military road leading from Canyonville to Jacksonville, one hundred yards below a laurel tree marked T.P. on the east side and B.F.D. on the south side, at the southwest end of Dowell, Reed & Co.'s claims, thence in a southwesterly direction towards said road along said lead one hundred yards, extending fifty feet on each side of said quartz lead, with all its angles, dips and outcroppings.
    Jacksonville, Oregon, March 24th, 1860.
Thomas Pyle
Middleton Amen
    Filed & recorded March 24th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Mining Laws of Humbug Creek.
Article 1st
    Each man shall hold a claim one hundred yards square by preemption and as much by purchase as he represents.
Article 2nd
    The oldest claim shall have the first right to the water but shall run no water by unnecessarily to keep others from using it.
Article 3rd
    No claim shall be considered forfeited if worked one day in every five during the time there is a good ground sluice head in the creek.
Article 4th
    No person or company shall put a dam, reservoir or any obstruction in the creek, provided it is a damage to those above said obstructions.
Article 5th
    Any person or company putting in a reservoir shall have a flood gate five feet in breadth and three feet [in] height which shall be kept open as long as there is a good sluice head in the creek for washing up.
Article 6th
    There shall be a recorder elected, and he shall be allowed one dollar per claim for recording.
    Any person leaving the creek to be gone two months shall have their claim recorded.
Article 7
    Any person or persons violating any of these resolutions or bylaws shall abide [by] the decision of a miner's meeting.
Article 8th
    No Chinamen shall be allowed to purchase or hold any mining claim on this creek.
Article 9th
    Resolved the foregoing articles shall come in act as laws of the creek on or after & from the twentieth day of March A.D. 1860.
Chairman J. F. Headrick
Committee on Resolutions
    V. P. Comstock
    Jas. W. Mee
    E. Thompson
Secretary Francis Sackett
Recorder John Goff
    Filed & recorded March 24th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, J.C. Ogn.


Notice to hold one [sic] quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims of 200 yards by right of discovery, situated 100 yards below the summit of the highest mountain above Kanaka Town, commencing at the shaft sunk by me on said leads and running 100 yards each way from said shaft on said leads, the said shaft being the center of said claims,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same and 50 feet on each side of said lead.
    March 24th, 1860.
Henry Haase
[omission] Louis
    Filed & recorded March 24th, 1860 at 5½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 quartz claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims situated on Long's Gulch and extending 200 yards on the lead, one hundred yards by discovery and 100 yards by preemption, also three quartz claims situated on Brush Creek extending 200 yards on the lead, same as above
.
    March 26, 1860.
George Long, Senr.
Justus Wells
Adam Hofer
    Filed & recorded March 26th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold six quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold six quartz mining claims situated on the west side of Galls Creek in Jackson County, Oregon and about two miles from Rogue River, 100 yards claim[ed] by S. A. Frye by right of discovery, said quartz claims commencing near said Frye's reservoir and running thence in a southeasterly direction and northwesterly direction for the distance of three hundred and fifty yards, the claim of the said J. B. White commencing at the S.E. termination of S. A. Frye's claim and running thence 50 yards southeasterly; J. L. Frye's claim commencing at the S.E. termination of J. B. White's claim and running thence 50 yards southeasterly; David N. Birdseye's claim running from the S.E. termination of J. L. Frye's claim and running thence southeasterly 50 yards; Lafayette Johnson's claim commencing at the N.W. termination of S. A. Frye's claim and running thence 50 yards northwesterly; Rufus Johnson's claim commencing at the N.W. termination of La Fayette Johnson's claim and running 50 yards N. westerly ,
including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to said claims.
Saml. A. Frye
J. B. White
John L. Frye
La Fayette Johnson
Rufus Johnson
David N. Birdseye
    Filed and recorded March 31st, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder of Jackson Co., Ogn.
    The undersigned hereby release the two claims recorded above.
    April 2nd, 1860.
Lafayette Johnson
Rufus Johnson


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated about three-fourths of a mile a little south of west from the Blackwell lead commencing at a bunch of laurel bushes and running thence in a southeasterly direction 100 yards, incl
uding all dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claim, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 29th, 1860.
J. A. Bandy
    Filed and recorded March 31st, 1860 at 7½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the said J. A. Bandy's claim and running from there in a northwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 29th, 1860.
N. J. Farrans
    Filed & recorded March 31st, 1860 at  o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the said J. A. Bandy's claim and running from thence 50 yards in a southeasterly direction,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 29th, 1860.
John N. Dooly
    Filed & recorded March 31st, 1860 at  o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the claim recorded by John N. Dooly and running from thence in a southeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 29th, 1860.
J. H. Hickman
    Filed & recorded March 31st, 1860 at  o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold 3 quartz mining claims, one claim by right of discovery, on a certain quartz lead situated from 50 to 75 yards southwest from the southwest corner of John Swinden's land claim, commencing at a white oak tree, where we have sunk our prospect hole, running from said tree one hundred yards in an easterly direction and also from said tree one hundred yards in a westerly direction,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to said claims, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 31st, 1860.
Eli Stout
Isaac Swinden
John Swinden
    Filed & recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 8 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold two quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims, one claim by right of discovery, situated about a half mile in a southerly direction from the Ish ledge on Gold Hill, one hundred yards running in a northwesterly direction and fifty yards in a southeasterly direction from our starting point,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 30th, 1860.
Richard H. More
Eseck Tabor
    Filed & recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 8 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims fifty yards of the quartz lead discovered by Lynch, Hickman and others, known as the "Big Lead," situated in the region of country known as the Blackwell Diggings in the county of Jackson & state of Oregon, the general course of said lead bearing southwest and northeast; said claim is situated about one-half of [a] mile in a southwest direction from the so called "Blackwell lead," commencing at an oak stump or stub by the side of which is a stake flattened on two sides and split, with a notice in it, running thence northeast, in [the] direction of said lead (50) fifty yards, to a stake same as above, standing at the end of prospect hole where the lead is exposed in a rotten and decayed condition, said claim taken under the act of [the] Assembly regulating quartz mining, including fifty feet on each side together with
the dips and angles and outcroppings according to law.
    March 24th, 1860.
Amos E. Rogers
    Filed & recorded March 30th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims (50) fifty yards of the same lead described in the claim of A. E. Rogers, commencing at the northeast termination of the said Rogers' claim and running thence in [the] direction of the lead down to [sic] gulch to a stake flattened on two sides, the lead exposed on said claim being nearly in the center of the gulch and in a solid condition,
 including dips, angles & outcroppings, taken in accordance with the provisions of the act of [the] Assembly regulating quartz mining.
    March 24th, 1860.
Jeremiah Snyder
    Filed & recorded March 30th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims (50) fifty yards of the same quartz lead described in the two preceding records of Rogers & Snyder, commencing at the northeast termination of the said Snyder's claim, running thence northeast in [the] direction of said lead to a stake flattened on two sides and marked thus H on each side, the lead as exposed being a few feet to the east of the gulch on said claim and in a solid condition,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings and also fifty feet on each side as by law entitled.
    March 24th, 1860.
John Herrbold
    Filed and recorded March 30th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim on the quartz lead situated on Galls Creek and discovered by S. A. Frye and located between the claims of said S. A. Frye and La Fayette Johnson, on the northwest of said Frye's claim 50 yards
, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
Nathaniel Mitchell
    Filed and recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 100 yards of a certain quartz lead commencing about 50 yards in a northwesterly direction from S. A. Frye's ditch on Galls Creek, and running from a certain white oak tree in a northwesterly direction one hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
John Campbell
Edmund Veazie
    Filed and recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 100 yards of a certain quartz lead near S. A. Frye's ditch on Galls Creek, commencing at the S.E. termination of the claims recorded by John Campbell and Edmund Veazie and running from thence in a southeasterly direction 100 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
Lafayette Johnson
Rufus Johnson
    Filed & recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 12 o'clock noon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of N. J. Farran's claim and running from thence 50 yards in a northwesterly direction,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
S. M. Babcock
    Filed & recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the claim of S. M. Babcock and running from thence 50 yards in a northwesterly direction,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
Pat. Lynch
    Filed & recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the claim recorded by Pat. Lynch, and running from thence 50 yards in a northwesterly direction,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
Samuel House
    Filed and recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the claim recorded by Samuel House and running thence in a northwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
John G. Babcock
    Filed & recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of John G. Babcock's claim and running from thence in a northwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 2nd, 1860.
James P. Burns
    Filed & recorded April 2nd, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold 100 yards by right of discovery on a certain quartz lead near the Willow Springs road in Jackson County, discovered by the undersigned and designated as the "Mammoth Lead," commencing 100 yards south of the prospect hole sunk by me & others on said lead and running from thence northwardly 100 yards by right of discovery, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
Patrick Lynch
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead and commencing at the northerly termination of Patrick Lynch's claim and running from thence in a northerly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
J. H. Hickman
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead and commencing at the northerly termination of J. H. Hickman's claim and running from thence in a northerly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
N. J. Farrans
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northerly termination of N. J. Farran's claim and running from thence in a northerly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
John McCanna
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the southern termination of Patrick Lynch's claim and running from thence in a southerly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
James House
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the southern termination of James House's claim and running from thence in a southern direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
S. M. Babcock
    Filed and recorded April 8th [sic], 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the southern termination of S. M. Babcock's claim and running from thence in a southerly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
J. W. McCoy
    Filed & recorded April 4th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the southern termination of J. W. McCoy's claim and running from thence in a southerly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 8th, 1860.
M. F. Alcorn
    Filed & recorded April 4th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by J. A. Bandy and recorded March 31st, 1860, commencing at the southeasterly termination of J. H. Hickman's claim and running from thence in a southeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
John McPherson
    Filed & recorded April 4th, 1860 at ten o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims & intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northeasterly termination of the claims recorded by B. F. Dowell and others on the 24th day of March 1860 and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
John G. Babcock
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northeasterly termination of John G. Babcock's claim and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
Richard H. More
    Filed & recorded April 4th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northeasterly termination of Richard More's claim and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
John N. Durham
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northeasterly termination of John N. Durham's claim and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
D. C. Havird
    Filed & recorded April 4th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northeasterly termination of D. C. Havird's claim and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
Samuel Coffin
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northeasterly termination of Samuel Coffin's claim and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards, including all the di
ps, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
James Sweeny
    Filed & recorded April 4th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.


Notice to hold 3 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims (100 yards by right of discovery by A. T. Johnson), situated on a quartz lead between Foots Creek and Rogue River, about 1¼ mile a little south of east from Magruder's, commencing at a stake with our notice on it, on said lead and running from thence in a northwesterly direction 200 yards with said lead, being 100 yards by right of discovery and 100 yards by preemption,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 4th, 1860.
A. T. Johnson
William Burtt
[omission] Rankins
    Filed and recorded April 4th, 1860 at 6 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.
    Commencing at a fir tree a little east of the main shaft sunk on said lead running thence NW by 500 feet--1 cl. by D ["one claim by discovery"] & 1 by location


Notice to hold a water privilege.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the water p
rivilege of a small branch running into Foots Creek, about half a mile south of the quartz lead recorded by us on April 4th, 1860. We claim the water of said branch from its source to its confluence with Foots Creek for the purpose of machinery and for other purposes if deemed necessary by us.
    April 5th, 1860.
A. T. Johnson
Wm. Burtt
[omission] Rankins
    Filed & recorded April 5th, 1860 at 12 o'clock noon.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.



Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims 50 yards of the quartz lead known as the "Big Lead"; said claim is situated on the northeast side of the road leading from Blackwell Diggings to the Willow Springs and commencing at a stake flattened on two sides, sitting by the side of a small pine stump, this starting point being about 150 yards in [the] direction of the lead in about a northeast course from the opening made on said lead by Lynch, Hickman & others and about 125 yards from the supposed intersection of the Blackwell lead with said "Big Lead," running thence northeast or in a direction of said lead to a stake flattened in like manner as the first,
 including fifty feet on each side and all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same as by law entitled.
    April 2nd, 1860.
S. A. Mowder
    Filed & recorded April 5th, 1860 at 12 o'clock noon.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims 50 yards of the lead described in the foregoing notice of S. A. Mowder, commencing at the northeast termination of said Mowder's claim and running thence northeasterly or in the direction of said lead to a stake, flattened on two sides, near which is a large prospect hole showing the end of the lead apparently and also showing where another large lead seems at nearly right angles with said lead,
 including 50 yards on each side, with dips, angles and outcroppings as by law entitled.
    April 2nd, 1860.
John Thompson
    Filed and recorded April 5th, 1860 at 12 o'clock noon.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead recorded by A. T. Johnson, Wm. Burtt and Rankins on the fourth of April 1860, commencing at the northeasterly termination of said Johnson & others' claims and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 7th, 1860.
David N. Birdseye
    Filed & recorded April 7th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead recorded by A. T. Johnson and others, commencing at the N.E. termination of David N. Birdseye's claim and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 7th, 1860.
R. S. Jewett
    Filed & recorded April 7th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one hundred yards of the quartz lead situated on the butte near the center of W. G. T'Vault's land claim; said claim is by the right of discovery this 1st day of April 1860.

W. G. T'Vault
    Filed & recorded April 7th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz mining lead recorded by A. T. Johnson and others, commencing at the southwest termination of the claims recorded by said Johnson & others and running from thence in a southwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 7th, 1860.
George Gaskell
    Filed & recorded April 7th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz mining lead recorded by A. T. Johnson & others, commencing at the southwesterly termination of the claim recorded by George Gaskell and running from thence in a southwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 7th, 1860.
Daniel Rathbun
    Filed and recorded April 7th, 1860 at 8½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz mining lead recorded by A. T. Johnson and others, commencing at the northeasterly termination of R. S. Jewett's claim and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 7th, 1860.
P. P. Prim
    Filed & recorded April 7th, 1860 at 8½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the "Mammoth Quartz Lead," commencing at the prospect hole sunk by me on the northern termination of my claim and running from thence in a southerly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    March 10th, 1860.
Hugh Donnelly
    Filed and recorded April 9th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one claim of 50 yards on this quartz lead from this notice, running in a southeasterly direction, commencing on the northwest at a blazed black oak tree broken off about 12 feet from the ground, and running from thence southeasterly 50 yards to the northwesterly line of the Rhoten claim,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining; said claim was located March 29th, 1860.
    April 6th, 1860.
I. L. Jones
    Filed & recorded April 9th, 1860 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining [claim] of one hundred yards, by right of discovery, situated on a quartz mining lead situated in the Smith's Diggings on the north side of Rogue River, about 2 miles below Bethel's Ferry,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining, said lead on the north side of Rogue River.
    April 9th, 1860.
A. Lemeriel
    Filed & recorded April 9th, 1860 at 7 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim of one hundred yards by right of discovery on a certain quartz lead, running at nearly right angles to the "Big Lead" in the Blackwell Diggings, commencing near the reservoir in the Pattie Gulch and running from thence with said lead towards said Big Lead one hundred yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 10th, 1860.
Geo. M. Harris
    Filed & recorded April 10th, 1860 at one o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Mining regulations of Jackass Creek Diggings.
    Resolutions & bylaws of Jackass Creek from its head to the junction with Poorman's Creek March 17th, 1860. The foregoing [sic] resolutions shall take effect from the 19th of March 1860.
Article 1
    Each man shall hold a claim one hundred yards square by preemption and as much by purchase as he represents.
Article 2nd
    The oldest claim shall have the first right to the water but shall run no water by unnecessarily to keep others from using it.
Article 3rd
    No claim shall be considered forfeited if worked one day in every five during the time there is a good ground sluice head in the creek.
Article 4th
    No person shall put a dam, reservoir or any obstruction in the creek, provided it is a damage to those above said obstructions.
Article 5th
    Any person or company putting in a reservoir shall have a flood gate five feet in breadth and three feet in height, which shall be kept open as long as there is a good sluice head in the creek for washing up.
Article 6th
    There shall be a recorder elected, and he shall be allowed one dollar per claim for recording; any person leaving the creek to be gone two months shall have their claim recorded.
Article 7th
    Any person or persons violating any of these resolutions or bylaws shall abide by the decision of a miner's meeting.
    After due considerations the foregoing resolutions have been unanimously adopted.
Samuel Hinkley, chairman
John D. Buckley, secretary
Committee
    Wm. McNew
    Francis Logg
Recorder
    Francis Logg
    Filed for recorded
[sic] March 20th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
    Recorded April 12th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Bill of sale, A. J. Long to John X. Miller.
    Know all men by these presents that I, A. J. Long, of the county of Jackson and state of Oregon, for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars, to me in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, have this day granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell to John X. Miller of the same county & state one-half of the undivided fifth interest of the interest known as the A. J. Long interest in what is known as the Emigrant or Ish quartz lode, the title to which said undivided fifth interest I warrant and defend.
    Jacksonville, March 30, 1860.
A. J. Long
    Witness
J. T. Glenn
Chas. B. Brooks
    Filed for record  March 30th, 1860 at half past one o'clock p.m.
    Recorded April 12th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold a water privilege.
    Burnside & Co. claim to take Rogue River at a point near the old cabin where the Rogue River mining company intend turning said river in its now channel [sic] again and continue it on downwards to the old ferry near Evansville and to commence said work as soon as the above company has dammed said river.
    April 12th, 1860.
Burnside & Co.

    Filed & recorded April 12th, 1860 at two o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead commencing at the southern termination of M. F. Alcorn's claim and running from thence in a S.W. direction 50 yards so as to intersect John McPherson's claim,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 12th, 1860.
J. P. Burns
    Filed & recorded April 12th, 1860 at 5½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead near the Mammoth lead, commencing 20 yards N.W. of the Mammoth lead and running in a N.W. direction 50 yards on a lead discovered by S. Babcock & J. Rhoten,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 12th, 1860.
J. P. Burns
    Filed & recorded April 12th, 1860 at 5½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim, commencing at the N.W. terminus of the claim recorded by J. P. Burns on a lead discovered by S. Babcock and J. Rhoten and running from thence in a northwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 12th, 1860.
W. Burns
    Filed & recorded April 12th, 1860 at 5½ o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim of 100 yards by right of discovery, situated on a quartz lead about one mile and a quarter south of west of the Blackwell lead, commencing at a pine tree near said lead and running from there in a northwesterly direction 25 yards, and running from said pine tree in a southeasterly direction 75 yards, said lead known as "the Stony Point lead," 
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 14th, 1860.
N. J. Farrans
    Filed and recorded April 14th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead known as the "Stony Point lead" commencing at the northwesterly termination of N. J. Farran's claim and running from thence in a northwesterly course 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 14th, 1860.
J. A. Bandy
    Filed & recorded April 14th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the "Stony Point lead," commencing at the northwesterly termination of J. A. Bandy's claim and running from thence in a northwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 14th, 1860.
J. H. Hickman
    Filed and recorded April 14th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 5 mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim five mining claims situated on the road leading from Jacksonville to Sterlingville about one mile from Jacksonville, commencing about 65 yards below John Cummings' cabin and running from thence 250 yards together with all the privileges and immunities belonging to said claims, which will be worked as soon as water can be had.

    April 4th, 1860.
John Adam Schmidt
George Eirich
Adam Moesler
    Filed & recorded April 4th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold four quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold four quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead discovered by us and commencing on a point or hill near the mouth of Missouri Gulch and running from thence in a northwardly course two hundred and fifty yards, one hundred yards thereof being by right of discovery,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 16th, 1860.
J. A. Thomas
Jos. Wetterer
A. C. Grambling
Morgan Peden
    Filed & recorded April 16th, 1860 at 11 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead discovered and recorded by J. A. Thomas & others, commencing at the northerly termination of said claims and running from thence in a northerly course with said lead, one hundred and fifty yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 16th, 1860.
Henry Huber
Joseph Geisel
Dr. Foppoli
    Filed & recorded April 16th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold a water privilege on Pleasant Creek.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the following described water privilege for mining purposes. All the residue of the water remaining in Pleasant Creek below Evans' & Hand's ditch, said water to be taken out of said Creek in ditches or flumes to be constructed for that purpose or to be used any other way we may desire.
    April 14th, 1860.
A. K. Williams
David N. Longsdon

    Filed & recorded April 17th, 1860 at 2 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth quartz lead, commencing at the southerly termination of the claim recorded by Hugh Donnelly on the 9th day of April and running from thence in a southerly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 19th, 1860.
A. Murphy
    Filed and recorded April 19th, 1860 at 11 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by A. T. Johnson & others on Foots Creek, commencing at the southerly termination of the said Johnson & Co.'s claim and running from thence in a southeasterly course 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 18th, 1860.
N. Witt
    Filed & recorded April 19th, 1860 at 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead discovered by A. T. Johnson & others on Foots Creek, commencing at the southerly termination of the claim recorded by N. Witt and running from thence in a southeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 18th, 1860.
J. S. Jones
    Filed & recorded April 19th, 1860 at 4 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 mining claims
on Rich Gulch.
    We the undersigned claim three mining claims on Rich Gulch, joining the claim of Dutch Loucy on the lower end, being 100 yards along said gulch, with all the privileges belonging to the same.

    April 20th, 1860.
Thomas Mooney
William Young
M. A. Elder
    Filed & recorded April 20th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold a limestone quarry.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold this limestone quarry situated near the mouth of Missouri Gulch, between said gulch and the left hand fork of Jackson Creek and immediately above the junction of said gulch & said creek, including all the outcroppings and privileges belonging to the same, taken by right of discovery and for my special use and benefit.

    April 20th, 1860.
N. Witt
    Filed & recorded April 20th, 1860 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold a ditch and water privilege.
    We the undersigned hereby give notice that we claim the privilege of the water to be conveyed in a ditch to be constructed by us, to convey the water from Applegate Creek about one mile and a half above Chappell's ranch and about three miles above the mouth of Sterling Creek and to terminate at the lower Sterling Creek mining district; we claim all the water flowing in said ditch from said Applegate Creek as well as all the water that may naturally flow into said ditch in its course, together with all the privileges and immunities belonging to the same.
    Witness our hands this 9th day of April A.D. 1860.
H. H. Gallaher
J. A. Gallaher

    Filed and recorded April 21st, 1860 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold quartz claims on 3 leads.

    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim six quartz mining claims situated on a lead on the hill about three-fourths of a mile from Foots Creek, on the northeast side and running about east and west, commencing at a shaft sunk about ten feet deep and running one hundred and fifty yards each way,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining. One additional claim by right of discovery.
    April 19th, 1860.
Edward Lyon
James R. Boss
James Avery
Peter VanSlyck
Rufus Stebbins
Knickerbocker Quartz Mining Company
    Filed & recorded April 26th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold six quartz mining claims.

    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim six mining claims, one hundred yards by right of discovery & two hundred yards by preemption situated on a quartz lead about one-fourth of a mile farther up the hill than the claims first recorded by us and near the head of the gulch at the north of the claims first recorded by us, commencing at the middle of the gulch and running each way one hundred and fifty yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining. One additional claim by right of discovery.
Edward Lyon
James R. Boss
James Avery
Peter VanSlyck
Rufus Stebbins
Knickerbocker Quartz Mining Company
    Filed and recorded April 26th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.



Notice to hold six quartz claims.

    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold six quartz mining claims, one hundred yards by right of discovery and two hundred yards by preemption, situated on a quartz lead about 200 yards above the last claim recorded by us and running 150 yards each way
, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining and including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to said claim.
    April 19th, 1860.
Edward Lyon
James R. Boss
James Avery
P. VanSlyck
Rufus Stebbins
Knickerbocker Quartz Mining Company
    Filed and recorded April 26th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead discovered by me, commencing at a bunch of laurel bushes about 400 yards south of Michael Moran's cabin on the point of the ridge and running from thence northeasterly 50 yards and from same starting point southwesterly 50 yards, in
cluding all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 27th, 1860.
James P. Burns
    Filed and recorded April 27th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Blackwell Diggings
June 5th 160 [sic]
    Mr. Hoffman--you will please enter on the record a transfer of my lead south of Moran's cabin to my son William Burns as I have this day told the same to him please give it early attention it is the one that Johnson is in
Yours
    J. P. Burns
[The above is a note in Burns' handwriting pasted over the notice below.]
     
Notice to hold two quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim two quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead about 300 yards west of the Blackwell lead & discovered by N. J. Farrans, commencing at the northerly termination of John McPherson's claim and running, thence in a northerly direction 100 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 27th, 1860.
James P. Burns
Thomas E. Johnson
    Filed and recorded April 27th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.
     

    June 5th 1860 transferred to William Burns by purchase as per annexed conveyance.

    Filed and recorded June 9th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold 4 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim four quartz mining claims situated on the middle quartz lead of the three quartz leads recorded by Edward Lyon, J. R. Boss and others on the 26th day of April A.D. 1860, commencing at the northwest termination of the claims of said Lyon, Boss & others and running from thence in a northwesterly direction 200 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 27th, 1860.
James Thomas
U. McLachlen
J. Gould
J. T. Jones
    Filed and recorded April 27th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 4 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim four quartz mining claims situated on the upper quartz lead of the three quartz leads recorded by Edward Lyon, J. R. Boss and others on the 26th day of April A.D. 1860, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the claims of said Lyon, Boss & others and running from thence in a southeasterly direction 200 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 27th, 1860.
James Thomas
U. McLachlen
J. Gould
J. T. Jones
    Filed and recorded April 27th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 1 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on the upper lead of three, recorded by Lyon, Boss & Co., commencing at the northwesterly termination of the claims of the said Lyon, Boss & Co.'s claims and running from thence in a northwesterly direction 50 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 27th, 1860.
A. Barker
    Filed and recorded April 27th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on the middle lead of the three recorded by Lyon, Boss & Co. on the 26th day of April 1860, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the said Lyon, Boss & Co.'s claims and running thence in a southeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 27th, 1860.
Peter Hoagland
    Filed and recorded April 27th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on the middle lead of the three recorded by E. Lyon, Boss & Co. on the 26th day of April A.D. 1860, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the claim recorded by Peter Hoagland and running thence in a southeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 27th, 1860.
A. Rumble
    Filed & recorded April 27th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on the upper lead of the three quartz leads recorded by Edward Lyon, Boss & Co. on the 19th of April 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of A. Barker's claim recorded on the 27th of April and running from thence in a northwesterly course with said lead 100 yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 28th, 1860.
William Cose
Joseph Lockwood
    Filed and recorded April 28th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold six bank claims on Rogue River.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim six bank claims on Rogue River of one hundred yards each, being in all six hundred yards and situated below the claims of the Rogue River Mining Company, the said six claims beginning at a certain cabin about midway on said claims and running from said cabin up the river three hundred yards, and then again running from said cabin down the river three hundred yards, making together six hundred yards the quantity claimed
, said claims being taken for mining purposes. We also claim the use of an old ditch heretofore dug and abandoned, to conduct the water from Rogue River to said claims, including all the privileges belonging to the same.
    April 30th, 1860.
J. W. Tatum
[omission] Vaccarezza
Charles Trusardi
Angelo Gualco
Giovanni Rossi
James Franck
    Filed and recorded April 30th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim by right of discovery, situated on a quartz lead on the first point south of Moran's cabin and about 205 yards distant, commencing at the prospect hole sunk by me near a small fir tree blazed, and running from thence southeasterly 50 yards and also running from said starting point in a northwesterly course 50 yards, being altogether 100 yards the quantity claimed,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 23rd, 1860.
N. J. Farrans
    Filed and recorded May 1st, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim, situated on a quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans on the first point south of Moran's cabin, commencing at the northwesterly termination of said Farran's claim and running from there in a northwesterly course 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 23rd, 1860.
John McPherson
    Filed and recorded May 1st, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Clerk.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim, situated on a quartz mining claim discovered by N. J. Farrans on the first point south of Moran's cabin, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the said J. N. [sic] Farran's claim and running from there in a southeasterly course 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 23rd, 1860.
J. H. Hickman
    Filed and recorded May 1st, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman

Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim, situated on a quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans on the first point south of Moran's cabin, commencing at the southeasterly termination of J. H. Hicks' claim and running from there in a southeasterly course 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 23rd, 1860.
Patrick Lynch
    Filed and recorded May 1st, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman

Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead in the Blackwell Diggings, commencing at the southwesterly termination of John Rhoten's claim and running from thence in a southwesterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    April 20th, 1860.
Wm. K. Rolls
    Filed and recorded May 3rd, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northerly termination of Hugh Donnelly's claim and running from thence in a northerly course with said lead 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 5th, 1860.
George D. Reed
    Filed and recorded May 5th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northerly termination of George D. Reed's claim and running from thence in a northerly course with said lead 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 5th, 1860.
C. H. Knapp
    Filed & recorded May 5th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northerly termination of C. H. Knapp's claim and running from thence with said lead in a northerly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 5th, 1860.
John McPherson
    Filed & recorded May 5th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the Mammoth lead, commencing at the northerly termination of John McPherson's claim and running from thence in a northerly direction with said lead 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 5th, 1860.
John Rhoten
    Filed & recorded May 5th, 1860 at 5 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold mining claims on Poorman's Creek.

    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the following mining claims, situated on Poorman's Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, to wit two hundred and seventy-five yards, both creek and banks, bounded on the upper part by the claims of Guie & Company (Chinamen) and on the lower part by the claims of Gun & Company (Chinamen) together with the cabin, sluices &c. belonging to said claims.

    May 7th, 1860.
Choy & Company
    Filed & recorded May 7th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims fifty yards of the quartz lead discovered by Lynch, Hickman & others, known as the "Big Lead," situated about one-half of a mile in a southwesterly direction from the Blackwell Diggings, commencing at the northeasterly termination of John Herrbold's claim, recorded on page 126 of the book March 30th 1860 at a stake marked H on the two sides and running thence in a northeasterly direction 50 yards to an oak tree blazed on two sides, including 
dips, angles & outcroppings and 50 feet on each side as by law entitled.
    May 7th, 1860.
Robert Tenbrook
    Filed and recorded May 7th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold three quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two hundred yards, that is, one claim of 100 yards by discovery and two additional claims of 50 yards each, of a quartz lead situated on the ledge at the right hand side of the road leading through the Blackwell Diggings toward Gold Hill commencing at a point on said lead about 250 yards in a northeasterly direction from the arrastra erected at Blackwell's and about 10 yards distant from a large dry pine tree blazed on the side facing the lead where opened and marked thus X running from said opening 100 yards each way, in the direction of the lead for quantity claimed,
including dips, angles & outcroppings and fifty feet on each side as by law entitled.
    May 7th, 1860.
Amos E. Rogers
John Herrbold
Jeremiah Snyder
    Filed & recorded May 7th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 3 quartz mining claims situated on the quartz mining lead discovered by W. A. Johnson, commencing at the N.W. termination of Mr. Reiner's claim and running from thence in a northwesterly direction 150 yards, including 
all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 8th, 1860.
Isaac Jones
Daniel Jones
Madison Banks
    Filed and recorded May 8th, 1860 at 6 o'clock p.m.
Wm. Hoffman, Clerk &
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans and recorded by him on the 1st May 1860, commencing at the S.E. termination of the claim recorded by P. Lynch on the 1st May 180 and running from thence in a southeasterly direction with said lead 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 9th, 1860.
J. A. Bandy
    Filed and recorded May 9th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered and recorded by N. J. Farrans on the 1st May 1860, on page 195 of this record, commencing at the N.W. termination of John McPherson's claim and running from thence in a northwesterly direction with said lead 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 10th, 1860.
John Rhoten
    Filed & recorded May 10th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 3 quartz mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold three quartz mining claims situated on the quartz lead discovered and recorded by N. J. Farrans on the 1st May 1860, commencing at the northwesterly termination of the claims on said lead recorded by James P. Burns and Thomas E. Johnson on the 27th of April 1860 and running from thence in a northwesterly direction with said lead one hundred and fifty yards,
 including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 10th, 1860.
Hugh Donnelly
G. D. Reed
William K. Rolls
    Filed and recorded May 10th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on the quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans and recorded by him on the 1st of May, commencing at the southeasterly termination of the claim recorded by J. A. Bandy on the 9th day of May and running from thence in a southeasterly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles & outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 12th, 1860.
George Black
    Filed and recorded May 12th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead about half a mile north from the Blackwell lead, on the point of a ridge, said lead running in an easterly and westerly course, commencing at two small pines near the prospect hole sunk on said lead and running from thence in an easterly direction with said lead 100 yards by right of discovery,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 19th, 1860.
N. J. Farrans
    Filed and recorded May 19th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans and recorded this day, commencing at the westerly termination of the said Farran's claim and running from thence in a westerly direction with said lead 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 19th, 1860.
J. A. Bandy
    Filed and recorded May 19th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans and recorded this day, commencing at the westerly termination of J. A. Bandy's claim on said lead and running from thence in a westerly direction 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 19th, 1860.
Patrick Lynch
    Filed & recorded May 19th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims and intends to hold one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans and recorded this day, commencing at the westerly termination [of] Patrick Lynch's claim on said lead and running from thence in a westerly direction with said lead 50 yards,
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 19th, 1860.
J. H. Hickman
    Filed & recorded May 19th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold one quartz mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated on a quartz lead discovered by N. J. Farrans and recorded by him on the 1st of May 1860 and bounded on said lead by Burns & Johnson on the south and by Donnelly, Reed & Rolls on the north, being 50 yards of said lead,
 including the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 25th, 1860.
Lockwood & Moore
    Filed & recorded May 25th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold three quartz claims, one by discovery.

    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim three quartz mining claims situated on a lead from three-fourths to one mile westerly from Fort Lane, commencing at the prospect hole on said lead and running from thence in an easterly direction one hundred yards and commencing at the same starting point and running thence in a westerly direction one hundred yards, making in all two hundred yards, one hundred yds. being by right of discovery,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 25th, 1860.
Eli Stout
John N. Durham
John H. Billenbrook
    Filed and recorded May 25th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold 6 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold six quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead discovered by John N. Durham and recorded by Durham & others on the 25th day of May A.D. 1860, commencing at the northeasterly termination of the claims recorded by Eli Stout, John N. Durham and John H. Billenbrook and running from thence in a northeasterly direction three hundred yards,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 25th, 1860.
John Pinney
V. S. Rolls
W. K. Rolls
A. Ward
A. Kennedy
R. S. Farrow
    Filed & recorded May 25th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold two quartz mining claims situated on a point near Rich Gulch and about 600 yards from Sterlingville, commencing at a prospect hole sunk on said lead and running from thence in a southwardly direction 150 yards, 100 yards being by right of discovery,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 26th, 1860.
Lewis Orme
Milton Lindley
    Filed and recorded May 26th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Ogn.


Notice to hold one mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one mining claim situated south of the Eagle Brewery in Jacksonville, commencing at the bridge south of said brewery and running from thence in an easterly direction 100 yards with the usual width of the diggings, including all the privileges and immunities belonging to the same.
    Witness my hand this 26th day of May A.D. 1860.

James McLaren
    Filed and recorded May 26th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold mining claims and water ditch.

    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim the following mining claims, ditch &c. situated on Poorman's Creek
about a half a mile above the mouth of Jackass Creek, being the same claims & ditch bought by us from Daniel Hopkins and A. Boen by bill of sale dated November 8th, 1858, being 240 yards in length with the usual width, also sluices & tools, said ditch bounded on the north by the Black claim and on the south by the Caldwell claim.
    May 29th, 1860.
Kay & Company
Nine Chinamen
    Filed and recorded May 29th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 11 quartz mining claims situated on a lead discovered by Geo. E. Cochran on a divide between Galls Creek and John Swinden's land claims, commencing on said lead about 100 yards southwestwardly from a certain oak tree near said lead and running from said starting point 600 yards (100 yards being by right of discovery) in a northeasterly direction,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, with 50 feet on each side, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 29th, 1860.
Geo. E. Cochran, discoverer
P. C. Wood
Titus B. Willard
G. K. Elliott
Jno. S. Drum
S. Pease
Wm. Hoffman
Chas. B. Brooks
H. A. Bratbarth
G. M. Kent
W. T. Leever
    Filed & recorded May 29th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Notice to hold 2 quartz mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 2 quartz mining claims situated on a quartz lead about from a quarter to a half mile northwardly from the quartz claims recorded by J. N. Durham & others on the 25th of May A.D. 1860, commencing at the prospect hole sunk by us on said lead and running from thence in a northeasterly direction 100 yards and commencing at said prospect hole and running from thence in a southwestwardly direction 50 yards, making together 150 yards, being 100 yards by right of discovery and 50 yards by preemption,
including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same, with 50 feet on each side of said lead, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    May 30th, 1860.
Charles Taylor
Christian Hanney
    Filed & recorded May 31st, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


Notice to hold 4 mining claims
.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim 4 mining claims on Jackass Creek, four or five hundred yards up from the road, being the same claims heretofore recorded by Laran Francois & Co. on the 9th Sept. 1858 including all the privileges
and immunities belonging to the same.
    May 31st, 1860.
Batiste Escude & Co.


Notice to hold 4 quartz mining claims
on Poorman's Cr.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim four mining claims of 400 yards situated on Poorman's Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, near [to] & on the lower end of the land claim of Dumaille, with the usual width of the diggings, including all the privileges and improvements [sic] belonging to said claims.

Francis Feller     )
Adolph Feller     )    own one-half
James Hambert  )
C. Dumaille--one-half
    Filed & recorded June 13th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Ogn.



Notice to hold one quartz lead claim by discovery.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one quartz mining claim situated in Haynes' Gulch, Blackwell Diggings, running southeast and northwest for the distance of one hundred yards by right of discovery, taken
 including all the dips, angles and outcroppings belonging to the same for the distance of fifty feet on each side of said lead, taken under the provisions of the act of the Legislature regulating quartz mining.
    June 14th, 1860.
James Maguire
    Filed & recorded June 14th, 1860 at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson Co., Oregon.


Bill of sale from James P. Burns to Wm. Burns.
Blackwell Diggings, June 5th, 1860                
    Know all men by these presents that I, James P. Burns, of the county of Jackson and state of Oregon, have this day sold to William Burns all my right, title and interest of a quartz lead situated on the point of the ridge south of M. Moran's cabin and about 250 yards from the same, for which the said William Burns does agree to pay three thousand dollars to be paid as fast as it is taken out of said lead, except enough to pay his part of the expense for getting out the same and common wages; he also agrees to pay all such debts as I direct, and the same is to be placed as a credit on the three thousand dollars aforesaid, but there is to be no payment made until it is taken from the lead.
J. P. Burns
    Attest
Abraham Lowdon
Wm. Hoffman

    Filed for record June 15th, 1860 at 12 o'clock noon.
    Recorded June 16th, 1860.
Wm. Hoffman
Recorder, Jackson County, Oregon.


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1.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes all the water in the right hand fork of Galls Creek, taken out of the south side of said creek about one mile above the forks of said creek, thence running down said creek & turned into Galls Creek about 100 yards above a ditch dug on said creek the name of which I do not know.
    This 18th day of August 1869.
Charles F. Bradford
William Blackert
    Filed & recorded August 18th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed. R. Owen, D.C.


2.
Notice of mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes five hundred yards of the bar of Applegate Creek on the west side of the same, commencing at our notice at the corner of the fence of Geo. Watson and running thence upstream five hundred yards to the lower line of the claims of Comstock and Company, being five claims of one hundred yards each.
    Dated September 11/69.
T. F. Quinn
Geo. Watson
A. Boland
John Ambrose &
John Dougherty
    Filed and recorded September 11th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


3.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes all the water of Ditch Creek, a tributary of Pleasant Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, taking the same out of said Ditch Creek about seventy-five yards below the ditch of A. Hutchison, and on the east side of said Ditch Creek, and I also intend to extend said ditch to my mining claim on Pleasant Creek, and I claim the water of all the ravines and gulches crossed by said ditch from said Ditch Creek to said Pleasant Creek.
    Dated September 13th, 1869.
John Timmons
    Filed and recorded September 13th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


4.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 4th day of October 1869 did locate for mining purposes three hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (& seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated on what is known as the Timber Gulch lode in Jackson County, Oregon; the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the easterly terminus of Morris Baum's claim on said lode and running thence in an easterly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of three hundred feet. Therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, the undersigned do continue to hold said claim by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores and earth therein.
    Witness my hand this October 4th, 1869.
John Bilger
    Filed and recorded October 4th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


5.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 4th day of October 1869 did locate for mining purposes three hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated on what is known as the Timber Gulch lode in Jackson County, Oregon; the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the easterly terminus of John Bilger's claim on said lode and running thence in an easterly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of three hundred feet. Therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made & enacted, the undersigned do continue to hold the said claim by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores and earth therein.
    Witness my hand this October 4th, 1869.
John Orth
    Filed and recorded October 4th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


6.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes seventy-five (75) inches of the water of Beaver Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, taking the same out of said creek about one mile from its mouth or from Applegate Creek, being on the south side of said Beaver Creek and taking the same along the hill to said Applegate Creek.
    Witness my hand this 29th day of October 1869.
G. Lin
G. Hue & Co.
    Filed & recorded October 29th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


7.
Pendleton Ledge--
State of Oregon, Jackson County, Dec. 27th, 1869           
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have discovered and located claims on a lode ledge which we call the Pendleton ledge, situated on the north side of Leland Gulch on Silver Ridge in Jackson Co. We claim four claims, one by right of discovery, three by location, each claim containing three hundred feet along the ledge and seventy-five feet on each side, with all dips, spurs and angles. Said claims are situated one on the east side of the ridge and three on the west side, with water privilege on the creek west of claims, and that we have regularly worked the claims since their location up to the 27th day of Dec. 1869.
S. A. Browning
Andrew Trustee
E. G. Browning
    Filed and recorded December 29th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


8.
Pendleton Ledge--
Dec. 22, 1869                           
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have taken up claim on the lode known as the Pendleton ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, on Silver Ridge near Grave Creek, each claim extending 100 yards, with 75 feet on each side, situated on the eastern extension of the ledge from the claims of Browning and Co. with water, timber &c. for the working the same.
I. G. Clark
A. Sherrill
Wm. Martin
    Filed and recorded December 29th, 1869.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


9.
Notice to hold mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim by right of purchase and location the following described mining claims, situated on Lane's Creek at the Willow Springs Diggings, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing on the highway leading from said Willow Springs to Rock Point at the bridge on said Lane's Creek and running thence up said creek to the Frenchmen's claims about 700 yards. We claim the bed of said creek and also 25 yards in width on the north side and 75 yards in width on the south side of said creek for the aforesaid distance of seven hundred yards.
    Dated February 7th, 1870.
John W. Baker
John Ambrose
    Filed and recorded February 7th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


10.
Notice of water right.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for irrigating purposes 150 inches of the water of Cottonwood Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, taking the same out of the highest east branch or fork of said creek, being about one mile above the ranch or farm of the undersigned. Said water was appropriated by me & the ditch dug which conducts the same about eight years ago. Said ditch already extends through my said ranch and is to be continued as circumstances may require.
    Dated Feby. 8th, 1870.
James Sterling
    Filed and recorded February 8th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


11.
Notice of quartz claim.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 8th day of February, 1870, did locate and do claim for mining purposes 300 feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated in Jackson County, Oregon, and known as the Old Jewett quartz lode, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing on said lode at the easterly terminus of Johnson claim on the same and running thence in a northeasterly direction along the said vein or lode to the said distance of 300 feet. Therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statute in such case made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purposes above specified, together with the dips, spurs and angles of the same & all the metals, ores, gold & silver bearing quartz rock and earth therein.
    Dated Feby. 8th, 1870.
Lafayette Allen
    Filed and recorded February 8th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


12.
Notice of quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and claim for mining purposes one claim on the Shively ledge, situated on the summit at the head of Shively Gulch, Jackson County, Oregon, said claim commencing at a fir tree bearing three pick marks and running thence northerly from said tree and this notice, on and with the course of said ledge 300 feet and 75 feet on either side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid, including all the dips, spurs and angles of the same and all the metals & ores belonging thereto, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand the 8th day of February 1870.
A. J. Burnett
    Filed and recorded February 8th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


13.
Notice of water right of M. M. Harkness.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims the water of Grave Creek for a ditch about a mile above the notice on the "Smoked Yankee" quartz ledge and has already commenced work on the said ditch.
    Grave Creek, Oregon, Feby. 21st, 1870.
M. M. Harkness
    Filed and recorded February 23rd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


14.
Notice of mining claim.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim by right of preemption or location four hundred yards of gravelly lead situated on the west side of main Applegate Creek about one mile above the Hamilton & Chappell claims, commencing about ten yards north of the Henderson Gulch and running thence upstream four hundred yards and the usual width for the same distance, all in Jackson County, Oregon.
    Said claims located about one year ago & have been represented by notice on the same ever since.
    Dated March 2nd, 1870.
John R. Harrison
John Williams
    Filed and recorded March 2nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


15.
Notice of mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim by right of purchase 1800 yards of Sterling Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing on said Sterling Creek at the lower line of the Youder & Saltmarsh claims and running thence downstream to the Harkins claims, being 1800 yards, more or less, the same being creek claims and of the usual width for the distance aforesaid.
    Dated March 2nd, 1870.
R. S. Armstrong
S. Burrell
Theodorick Cameron
U. S. Hayden
    Filed and recorded March 2nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


16.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim, situated on a quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by S. S. Bowden and known as the Timber Gulch ledge, the said claim commencing at the west terminus of the discovery claim of S. S. Bowden and running thence in a westerly direction along the said ledge for the distance of two hundred feet and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid, including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim. Located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 15th day of March A.D. 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde
    Filed and recorded March 15th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


17.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 15th day of March 1870 did locate for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on Timber Gulch quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the western terminus of W. H. S. Hyde's claim on said ledge and running thence in a westerly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of 200 feet. Therefore, notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purposes above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver-bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
John Bonham
    Filed and recorded March 15th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


18.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 15th day of March 1870 did locate for mining purposes 200 feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated on Timber Gulch quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the western terminus of John Bonham's claim on said ledge and running thence in a westerly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of 200 feet. Therefore, notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made & enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purposes above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold & silver bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
John Chalfman
    Filed and recorded March 15th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


19.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 16th day of March 1870 did locate and claim for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch quartz ledge discovered by S. S. Bowden, in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the easterly terminus of said Bonham's claim on said ledge claimed by him by location or preemption and running thence in an easterly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of two hundred feet. Therefore, notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold & silver bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
J. B. Coats
    Filed and recorded March 16th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


20.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 16th day of March 1870 did locate and claim for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch quartz ledge, discovered by S. S. Bowden, in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the easterly terminus of J. B. Coats' claim on said ledge and running thence in an easterly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of two hundred feet. Therefore, notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made & enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
William Kreuzer
    Filed & recorded March 16th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


21.
Notice
    is hereby given that I have this day located a certain claim on the Pendleton ledge near Grave Creek in Jackson County, state of Oregon, containing three hundred feet in length by seventy-five feet on each side of said ledge, together with all its dips, spurs and angles. Said claim is located on the western extension from the claims of E. G. Browning and Co. and adjoining the claim of D. G. Browning. I also claim water and timber in the vicinity of said claim for the purpose of working the same.
    March 16th A.D. 1870.
J. W. Jackson
    Filed & recorded March 19th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


22.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon and discovered by S. S. Bowden: Commencing at the east line of John Bilger's claim on said ledge and about 30 feet below Thompson's upper ditch and running thence easterly two hundred (200) feet. Therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and provided, I, the undersigned, continue to hold said claim above described, together with all the dips, angles & spurs of the same & all the metals, earth & rock thereunto belonging.
    Witness my hand this 21st day of March 1870.
John Cimborsky
    Filed and recorded March 21st, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


23.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon and discovered by S. S. Bowden, said claim commencing at the east line or terminus of John Cimborsky's claim on said ledge and running thence in an easterly direction along the same to the distance of two hundred feet, including all the dips, angles & spurs of the same & all the ores, metals, earth and rock therein.
    Taken up under the provisions of the law regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this the 21st day of March 1870.
August Bohn
    Filed and recorded March 21st A.D. 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


24.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, said ledge discovered by S. S. Bowden, said claim commencing at the easterly terminus or line of August Bohn's claim and running thence along said ledge or vein in an easterly direction to said distance of 200 feet, including all the dips, spurs & angles of the same for said distance.
    Taken up under the provision of the law regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 21st day of March 1870.
W. A. Elder
    Filed and recorded March 21st, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


25.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 21st day of March 1870 did locate and do claim for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, said ledge discovered by S. S. Bowden, said claim commencing at the easterly terminus or line of M. A. Elder's claim and running thence along said ledge or vein in an easterly direction to said distance of 200 feet, including all the dips, spurs and angles of the same for said distance.
    Taken up under the provisions of the law regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 21st day of March 1870.
John Walters
    Filed and recorded March 21st, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


26.
Timber Gulch Ledge
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, do claim & have located for mining purposes two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch ledge, Jackson Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing on said ledge at the westerly terminus of John Chalfman's claim and running thence in a westerly direction along said vein or ledge to the aforesaid distance of two hundred feet and also claim all the dips, spurs and angles of the same for the distance lengthwise of said two hundred feet and in width as aforesaid.
    Located under the provision of the law regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 21st day of March 1870.
John Walters Jr.
    Filed and recorded March 21st, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


27.
Callison Ledge--
Notice.
Jackson County, state of Oregon, March 18th, 1870.       
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have located claims on this ledge, each one claim and one for discovery making twelve (12) hundred feet along the ledge by seventy-five feet on each side with all dips, spurs and angles, with water and timber for working the same, this ledge to be known as the Callison ledge, 600 feet on each side of the Ridge--Silver Ridge, near Grave Creek.
E. G. Browning
L. N. Browning
Andy Trustee
    Filed and recorded March 22nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


28.
Trustee Ledge--
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that E. G. Browning and Co. claim four claims on this ledge, one claim east and three west from the top of the ridge, known as the Trustee ledge, [near] Silver Ridge near Grave Creek, Jackson County, state of Oregon.
    March 18th, 1870.
E. G. Browning & Co.
    Filed and recorded March 22nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


29.
Pendleton Ledge--
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I have taken up a mining claim on the Pendleton ledge, near Grave Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, containing three hundred feet along the ledge by 75 feet on each side, with all dips, spurs and angles, and water and timber for working the same.
    Located on the western extension and joining the claims of E. G. Browning and Co.
    Jackson Co., state of Oregon, March 18th, 1870.
D. G. Browning
    Filed and recorded March 22nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


30.
Quartz Notice.
    We, the undersigned, each claim one claim each, commencing at the west side of Shively Gulch near the mouth, running up the backbone or ridge from a stake near the gulch, thence running westerly up said ridge from the state, each claim commencing at the west end of each claim. We claim these as quartz claims according to the laws governing quartz claims in Oregon, [the] first claim commencing at stake near the gulch about 250 yards west from center of said gulch--first claim.
first         Duncan Dewar
2              C. C. Beekman
3              Edwin Smith
4              Wm. M. Turner
5              John Bilger
6              W. H. S. Hyde
7              S. S. Bowden
    Filed and recorded March 25th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


31.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 26th day of March 1870 did locate for mining purposes (200) two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same) situated on the Timber Gulch quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, said ledge discovered by S. S. Bowden, in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the westerly terminus of the claim of John Walters Jr. and running thence in a westerly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of two hundred feet. Therefore, notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs & angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold & silver bearing quartz rock & earth therein.
Max Brentano
    Filed and recorded March 26th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


32.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 2nd day of April 1870 did locate for mining purposes 200 feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated on Sailor Gulch, Jackson County, Oregon and known as the Sailor Gulch ledge at or near the Sterlingville Diggings, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at my notice on said ledge and running thence in a westerly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of two hundred feet (200). Therefore notice is hereby given that in [conformity] to the statutes in such cases made & enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz rock and earth therein.
J. H. Huffer
    Filed and recorded April 6th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


33.
Borax Lode or Vein--
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 15th day of April 1870, did locate and do claim for mining purposes, 400 feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same), situated on [the] south fork of Little Butte Creek between Alum branch and the Rush beds, Jackson Co., Ogn., on a mountain known as "Borax Mountain," said 400 feet being one claim by discovery of 200 feet, commencing at this notice and running up the creek in a S.E. direction for said 200 feet and my claim by location commencing at the S.E. terminus of the said claim by discovery and running thence in a S.E. direction to the distance of 200 feet, being in both claims 400 feet in length, along the said vein or lode. Therefore notice [is] hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said discovery and location, and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold & silver bearing quartz, rock and earth and borax therein.
L. G. Linville
    Filed and recorded April 16th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


34.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 15th day of April 1870, did locate and do claim for mining purposes, 200 feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and 75 feet in width on either side of the same), situated on what is known as Borax Mountain, on Little Butte Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at this notice about ¼ of a mile north of L. G. Linville's claim and running in a southeasterly direction along the said vein or lode to [a] distance of two hundred feet. Therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location, and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold & silver bearing quartz, rock and earth and borax therein.
J. H. Linville
    Filed and recorded April 16th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


35.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim 40 rods square or ten acres of ground situated in the northeast corner of section eight, township 39 south, range 2 west, Jackson County, Oregon, said ground claimed for the purpose of making a reservoir, and the water of which reservoir to be used for mining purposes.
    Witness our hands this April 17th, 1870.
Tod Cameron
R. S. Armstrong
S. Burrell
    Filed and recorded April 17th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


36.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes by right of purchase the following described mining ground, situated on the right hand fork of the left hand fork of Jackass Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing at this notice at the lower line of Hopkins & Bully claims & running thence downstream 400 yards to the Cheney claim, also the usual width of claims for the same distance, and that we intend to work said claims as soon as there is water for that purpose. This notice & record is for the purpose of holding said claims without work until 1st of next December.
    Dated April 25th, 1870.
A. B. Rand
Tod Cameron
    Filed and recorded April 25th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.

37.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim for mining purposes one quartz mining claim, situated on what is known as the old Jewett quartz ledge, commencing at the southwesterly boundary of Johnson & Co.'s quartz claim and running thence in a southwesterly direction 200 feet and 75 feet on each side of the same for the distance aforesaid, including all the dips and spurs, metal ores and earth belonging to said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating mining claims.
    Witness my hand this 7th day of May 1870.
W. A. Johnson
    Filed for record & recorded May 7th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


38.
Notice.
    We, the undersigned, have this day located six claims on a quartz ledge discovered by us & named "Bald Honest," said claims run from notice west & are three hundred feet long each by seventy-five feet on each side of said ledge. The 7th claim is taken as a discovery claim. Said ledge is ¼ mile north of Grave Creek & 3½ miles east of Grave Creek House, Jackson County, Oregon.
    April 7th, 1870.
J. E. Clark
J. W. Jackson
H. Jones
A. Sherrill
John Redfield
    Filed & recorded May 9th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


39.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim ten (10) claims on the Pendleton quartz lead of three hundred (300) feet each in length and 75 feet on each side with all dips, spurs and angles with timber and water for working the same; the above mentioned claims are located on the fourth extension, running west, joining S. C. Stuckel's claim.
    Silver Ridge, near Grave Creek, Jackson Co., Oregon, April 7th, 1870.
J. S. Dunivan
John Hall
Jackson Wright
W. B. Daugherty
S. F. Chadwick
Allen Emery
Philip Mulkey
John Redfield
F. M. Gabbert
S. B. Hadley
    Filed for record & recorded May 9th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


40.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims for irrigating purposes all the water his ditch will carry, which said ditch is now particularly described as follows.
    Taken out of the north side of Little Butte Creek a little below John Mathews' residence, running thence down said creek onto the land of the undersigned, said ditch being 18 inches in the bottom, 2 feet at the top and 1 foot deep.
J. J. Fryer
    Filed & recorded May 9th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


41.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims by right of purchase and location the following described mining claims, situated on Poorman's Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing at the upper end of the Wiley Parker claim and running thence upstream 300 yards, also other claims commencing about 300 yards below my house and running thence upstream about 1000 yards & known as the Dumaille's claims, also certain claims situated on Poorman's Creek and Travis Flat, being about 250 yards on Poorman's Creek, adjoining said flat and about 150 yards of the flat adjoining said creek, and that I intend to work said claims according to the mining laws governing the same.
    There is intended to be excepted from the above claims so much of the same as was sold by said Herling November 23rd, 1869 by bill of sale to Chinamen.
    Witness my hand this May 13th, 1870.
L. Herling
    Filed and recorded May 13th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


42.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims for mining purposes a certain water ditch, dug by Loi Ham (Chinaman) & bought from him by the undersigned, described as follows. Taken out of the south side of Little Applegate, beginning inside of Saml. Philips' field and running thence down and almost parallel with said Little Applegate for the distance of about two thousand (2000) yards, the same to carry two good sluice heads of water.
Hap Haing


43.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim the following described mining claims or ground situated on the left hand fork of [omission], Jackson County, Oregon, commencing at this notice at the upper line of Coats' and Reed's claims and running thence up to the lower line of Pflug & Company's claims; also the right hand branch on the foot of Farmers Flat, and that we intend to work said claims as soon as there is water for that purpose.
    Witness our hands this May 28th, 1870.
Mark Watkins
M. V. Vail
    Filed for record & recorded May 28th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


44.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes the following described mining claims situated on the left hand fork of Jackson Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing on said creek at this notice below my cabin & mining thence up said creek, (500) five hundred yards, also a bank claim on the east side of said creek and adjoining the above creek claims, and including the ground now occupied by my cabin, and that I intend to work said claims as soon as there is water for that purpose or according to the mining laws governing the same.
    Witness my hand May 31st, 1870.
George Seamon


45.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by [omission] and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at a shaft formerly sunk on said ledge by Klippel & Co. and running thence in a southerly direction with the course and bearing of the said ledge for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claims, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 27th day of May A.D. 1870.
Wm. Hoffman
    Filed and recorded June 3rd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


46.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by [omission] and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the southerly boundary of the claim located by Wm. Hoffman, on the said ledge, and running thence in a southerly direction with the course and bearing of the said ledge for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 27th day of May A.D. 1870.
U. S. Hayden
    Filed & recorded June 3rd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


47.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by [omission] and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the southerly boundary of the claim located by U. S. Hayden, on the said ledge, and running thence in a southerly direction with the course and bearing of the said ledge for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 27th day of May A.D. 1870.
C. C. Beekman
    Filed & recorded June 3rd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


48.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by [omission] and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the northerly boundary of the claim located by Wm. Hoffman, on the said ledge, and running thence in a northerly direction with the course and bearing of the said ledge for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 27th day of May A.D. 1870.
V. S. Rolls
    Filed & recorded June 3rd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


49.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by [omission] and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the northerly boundary of the claim located by V. S. Rolls, on the said ledge, and running thence in a northerly direction with the course and bearing of the said ledge for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 27th day of May A.D. 1870.
Henry Klippel
    Filed for record & recorded June 3rd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


50.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes by right of purchase (400) four hundred yards on Cosey [Curry?] Gulch, Kanaka Flat, or left hand fork Jackson Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, beginning at this notice & running thence up said Cosey Gulch for the distance aforesaid, being the usual width.
John Morris
Charles Williams & Co.
    Filed & recorded June 6th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
By Ed R. Owen, D.C.


51.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes six hundred yards of the bed of Rogue River also the north bank of the same for said distance, commencing on said river at this notice, at or near the old dam of Fisher and Co. where we intend to turn the water of said river from the bed of said stream for the purpose aforesaid and for such purpose we claim the bed & north bank of said river from this notice to the distance of 600 yards downstream.
    Witness our hands this 10th June 1870.
Owen and Company
(16 Chinamen)
Filed and recorded June 10th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk


52.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim by right of purchase and location the following described mining ground situated on the left hand fork of Jackson Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing on said fork at the upper end of Deneff's claim and running thence up said fork to the distance of three hundred yards, more or less, that I intend to hold said ground for mining purposes and to work the same as soon as there is water for that purpose or according to the mining laws governing said mining ground.
    Witness my hand this 11th day of June, A.D. 1870.
William Hartmann
Filed and recorded June 11th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


53.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim by right of purchase a certain water ditch for mining purposes, the said ditch taking the water out of Palmer Creek on the north side of the same and extending down to the Henderson Gulch, the said ditch being the highest and oldest ditch taking the water out of said Palmer Creek. We also claim for said ditch & for the use aforesaid 1500 inches of the water of said Palmer Creek and all the water of the intermediate gulches not otherwise appropriated and claimed--all in Jackson County, Oregon.
    Witness our hands this June 18th, 1870.
C. E. Chappell
John Williams
John Harrison
Filed and recorded June 18th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


54.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim right of purchase for mining purposes 300 yards of Sims Creek, commencing where the wagon road crosses said creek at this notice and extending downstream said 300 yards more or less, and that we intend to work said claims as soon as there is water for that purpose or according to the mining laws governing the same.
    Dated June 18th, 1870.
Sim Kan Ho
(8 men)
Filed and recorded June 11th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk


55.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim for mining purposes by right of purchase 200 yards of this Willow Creek, Willow Springs Diggings, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing on said creek at this notice and running thence downstream said distance of 200 yards, more or less, and that we intend to work the same as soon as there is water for that purpose or according to the mining laws governing the same.
    Witness our hands this June 20th, A.D. 1870.
Gung Jung Ho
(8 men)
Filed and recorded June 20th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Co. Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


56.
Notice.
    We, the undersigned, claim four claims on this quartz lead, two of said claims running in a northerly direction from a certain black oak tree marked J.S. and two claims running in a southerly direction from said tree. Said quartz lead is situated on the first mountain west of John Swinden's field in Jackson County, state of Oregon.
    June 20th, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde
William H. Swinden
Robert F. Swinden
John Henley
Filed and recorded June 21st, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Ogn.


57.
Notice of water privilege.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims for mining purpose a certain water ditch dug by himself and described as follows, to wit; beginning at Ditch Creek about 30 yards below the Bowers & Durbin claim on said creek, running nearly east for about two miles & emptying into Pleasant Creek at or near the mouth of Brushy Gulch. Said ditch is intended as a seepage ditch and is 18 inches wide and 18 inches deep.
Thomas H. Fielder


58.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes 1000 yards of mining ground, being bank claims and commencing on the right hand side of Jackass Creek, Jackson County, Oregon at this notice and extending downstream 1000 yards, and that we intend to work said claims, according to the mining laws governing the same.
    July 2nd, 1870.
Jung & Company
(10 men)
Filed & recorded July 2nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Clerk
By Ed. R. Owen, D.C.


59.
Notice.

    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes 800 yards of mining ground, being bank claims and commencing on the left hand side of Jackass Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, at this notice and extending down the same 800 yards and that we intend to work the same according to the mining laws governing said claims.
    July 2nd, 1870.
Jung & Company
10 men
Filed & recorded July 2nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Clerk
By Ed. R. Owen, D.C.


60.
Notice.

    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes the following described bank claims, commencing at this notice on Jackass Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, and running thence downstream on the right hand side of said creek 600 yards, and that we intend to work the same according to the mining laws governing the same, July 2nd, 1870.
Orek & Company
(10 men)
Filed & recorded July 2nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Clerk
By Ed. R. Owen, D.C.


61.
Notice.

    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes the following described bank claims, commencing at this notice on Jackass Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, and running thence downstream on the left side of said creek 600 yards, and that we intend to work the same according to the mining laws governing the same, July 2nd, 1870.
Orek & Company
(10 men)
    Filed & recorded July 2nd, 1870.
W. H. S. Hyde, Clerk
By Ed. R. Owen, D.C.


62.
Notice.
    Jacksonville, July 9th, 1870.               
    I hereby give notice that I claim 100 yards of this Curry Gulch, running up the gulch for mining purposes, formerly owned by Alfred Carter.
A. Brems
    Filed for record and recorded July 9th, 1870.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk

Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes 200 yards of this Curry Gulch, running up the gulch from this notice. We claim the bed of the gulch and both banks.
    Jacksonville, Oregon, May 2nd, 1871.
Alfred Carter
Henry Carter
    Filed for record and recorded May 2nd, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


63.
Notice.
Jackson, July 9th, 1870               
    I hereby give notice that I claim 100 yards commencing at the termination of Hawkins claim and running up for mining purposes.
A. Brems
    Filed for record and recorded July 9th, 1870.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk


64.
Mining laws of Union Town.
Union Town, Jackson County, Oregon                   
July 2nd, 1870                   
    Agreeable to a call issued through notices duly posted, on the 19th ultimo a miners meeting organized at T. Cameron's store and elected J. W. Burrell chairman and W. A. A. Hamilton clerk. A motion was made and carried that a new mining district be organized and named and known as the Union Town Mining District.
    It was moved and carried that said mining district will be bounded on the north by the Jackass Mining District, on the east by the Lower Sterlingville District, on the south by the Comstock Ditch dam, and on the west by the summit of the mountains bordering on the main stream of Applegate.
    A motion was made and carried that a Recorder be elected for said mining district in conformity with the above. F. M. Smith was put in nomination and duly elected.
    It was moved and carried that the following Articles be, and are, adopted, as the bylaws of said Union Town Mining District, viz--
Article 1st
    That hill or gravel lead claims shall consist of two hundred yards in length and to comprise the entire width of the channels or gravel lead.
Article 2nd
    That bar claims bordering on the main stream shall consist of two hundred yards in length and comprise the entire width of said bars.
Article 3rd
    That creek claims shall consist of two hundred yards in length and comprise the width of the bed of the creek.
Article 4th
    That gulch claims shall consist of two hundred yards in length and fifty yards in width on each side from the center of said gulch.
Article 5th
    That all miners shall be entitled to hold one hill claim, one creek claim, one bar claim and one gulch claim, and that any miner shall be entitled to hold by location one claim (in addition to those that the above articles allow him) for discovery of new mines.
Article 6th
    That miners shall hold their claims of all classes by posting up one notice on said claims in a conspicuous place, and by having said claims recorded in [sic] the Recorder of the said mining district office and that a renewal of said notices at said Recorder's office once in every six months will hold said claims, and that neglect to comply with said requirements will show by the Recorder's books that claims so neglected are abandoned.
Article 7
    That the Recorder of said mining district shall be entitled to receive as fees fifty cents for recording each claim of two hundred yards in length and twenty-five cents for each renewal.
    Filed July 13th and recorded July 14th, 1870.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk


67.
Notice.
    Whereas I, the undersigned, on the 16th day of July 1870 located one quartz claim for mining purposes of two hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated on Timber Gulch, Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the easterly terminus of the claim of S. S. Bowdens on said lead, being the claim  formerly located by Morris Baum, and running thence in an easterly direction along the said vein or lode to the distance of two hundred feet (200).
    Therefore, notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz rock and earth therein.
J. C. Lindsey
    Filed for record July 16th, 1870 at 3 o'clock 15 m. p.m. Recorded same day at 3½ o'clock p.m.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk


68.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes the following described mining ground situated on Sams Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, commencing on said creek at this notice and running thence upstream 450 yards more or less, being the claim bought by me of Wm. Paine, James Lulie & F. S. Avery, and that I intend to work said claim as soon as there is water for that purpose.
Linn & Co.
    Filed for record and recorded J ly 18th, 1870 at 3 o'clock p.m.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk


69.
Notice.
Goose Lake Valley, Jackson County, Oregon               
November 17th, 1869               
    Notice is hereby given that I, E. B. Reed, do this day claim all the water flowing down this canyon from this point, up or from the head of my ditch made for the purpose of conveying the water flowing down this canyon or that may hereafter flow down said canyon, to have and to hold the use of said water for milling, mining and irrigating purposes--
    Said canyon is situated on the east side of Goose Lake Valley, about four miles north of the line dividing the states of Oregon and California--
Signed, E. B. Reed
    Filed for record at 4 o'clock p.m. July 23rd, 1870, and recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


70.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim by purchase the following described mining claims and ditches and reservoir more particularly described as follows, to wit; commencing on Timber Gulch, a tributary of Jackson Creek, at the head or upper end of the mining claims heretofore owned by W. A. Johnson and by him sold to Chinamen, and running thence up Jackson Creek four hundred and twenty yards, including the bed and both banks of said Johnson Creek and known as Spanish Pete or Peter Morris mining claims, together with the cabins, the flume, sluiceboxes, picks & shovels and reservoir about one hundred yards above the claims, and the right to rebuild the reservoir as high as it was at first constructed, also the undivided one-half of the water ditches known as the Carter ditch, which takes the water out of the right hand fork of Jackson Creek above said Timber Gulch and conveys the water to Kanaka Flat--
    July 28th, 1870.
Hung Foo & Bohemy Chinese Company
    Filed for record and recorded July 29th, 1870 at 10:30 o'clock a.m.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk


71.
Notice.
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim by purchase the following described mining claims situated at the Willow Springs in Jackson County, Oregon, described as follows, to wit; commencing at the northwest corner of claim No. 66 in Township 36 S. Range 2 W. and running thence east on the north line of said claim 15.69 chains, thence south 14.50 chains, thence west 15.69 chains, thence north 14.50 chains to the place of beginning, containing 22 25/100 acres, also all the ditches thereon or belonging thereto.
    August 6th, 1870.
Shing Jeung and Company
6 men
    Filed for record and recorded August 6th, 1870 at 2 o'clock p.m.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk


72.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes and intend to work the same (300) three hundred yards of this (Rogue River) and bar running from this notice to a similar notice above--
    August 6th, 1870.
Jing Song Company, Chinese
6 men
    Filed August 6th, 1870 at 2 o'clock p.m. and
    Recorded August 6th, 1870 at 2 o'clock p.m.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk


73.
Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned claim two hundred yards of this gulch for mining purposes, commencing at the forks of the gulch at the reservoir and running down said gulch two hundred yards. One hundred yards of this gulch is claimed by preemption and one hundred yards by purchase. The above claims are situated on Barber Gulch in Jackson County, Oregon.
    Dated this 11th August 1870.
Christopher Thompson
    Filed August 10th at 8 o'clock a.m. and
    Recorded August 11th, 1870 at 9 o'clock a.m.
Silas J. Day, Clerk


74.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim (300) three hundred inches of water for milling, mining and irrigating purposes, and that we intend to take the said water out of Applegate Creek, on the north side thereof at or near the lower end of William Ray's land claim (formerly LeClaire's) and near where this notice is posted--
    August 17th, 1870.
Edward Hendricks
Carroll B. Matney
John Christoffer
    Filed July 17th, 1870 at 6 o'clock p.m.
    Recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, Clerk


75.
Silver Ridge near Grave Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, August 18th, 1870--
    We, the undersigned, claim ten quartz claims, each 200 feet long, by 75 feet on each side of quartz ledge. Said ledge is known as the "Trustee" quartz ledge, located by E. G. Browning & Co. as a gold and silver ledge. Said claims are adjoining to E. G. Browning's & Co.'s claims & is the first extension on the west. We further claim timber & water for working said quartz claims, or for mining purposes--
L. D. Phillips
J. A. Neary
L. G. Jackson
M. M. Jackson
H. P. Barr
E. H. Slocum
Wm. Briggs
S. Briggs
Elias Briggs
Thomas Barr
    Filed for record August 24th, 1870 at 8 o'clock a.m.
    Recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon.


76.
Notice.
    Notice that I claim for mining purposes the run of the water from Bummer Gulch; this is what is called the main stream of Jump Off Joe.
    August 27th, 1870.
H. Wines

Notice.
    I do claim the water for mining purposes from Bomer Gulch; this is called the French Gulch.
    Jump Off Joe, August 27, 1870.
H. Wines

Notice.
    I do claim the water for mining purposes from Bummer Gulch in what is called the Rickybie Gulch.
    Jump Off Joe, August 27th, 1870.
H. Wines

    Filed for record September the 5th, 1870.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
By E. D. Foudray, Deputy


77.
Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned has this day recorded according to the following claim in the Big Bar, Rogue River

Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned claims two hundred yards of the river bed commencing at this post, and running up the river bed to a certain post with similar notice, the above two hundred yards taken up for mining purposes.
    This 12th day of September 1870.
Ling company, Chinamen


78.
Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claims one hundred yards in this (Ling) gulch for mining purposes commencing at a point fifty yards above the line of James T. Glenn's land claim and running up said gulch for the distance of one hundred yards.
    This 17th day of September 1870.
John Orth
    Filed the 17th day of September 1870 and recorded this day at 12 o'clock m.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, Deputy


79.
Notice, A. G. Powers quartz claim.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim one hundred feet of the Pendleton quartz lode for mining purposes, commencing at the eastern end of Browning & Co. claims and running east to the western end of J. G. Clark's & Co. claims, together with seventy-five feet on each side of said lead.
    Silver Ridge near Grave Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, September 11th, 1870.
A. G. Powers
    Filed and recorded the 6th day of October 1870.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, Deputy


80.
Notice.
    We, the undersigned, claim fifty inches of water from this Coleman Gulch for mining purposes to be taken out of said gulch at or near this notice, and that we intend to make a ditch from this point to convey the said water to the mining claims of the undersigned. This notice is to warn any and every person from turning water out of said gulch above this point to the detriment of the undersigned.
    This 7th day of Oct. 1870.
Leans Ji and Company
    Filed and recorded the 7th Oct. 1870.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, Deputy


81.
Notice.
    The undersigned claims the right of the water from Sams Creek in Jackson County, Oregon to be taken out of the right hand fork of said creek at a point about 800 yards above a yellow pine that stands on the point, with blaze on the south side of said pine, the ditch to convey said water will be 14 inches in depth and 16 inches in width at bottom and 20 inches in width at top. The above water is to be used by the undersigned for mining purposes.
    This 10th day of Oct. 1870
Wm. Payne
    Filed and recorded this 10th day of Oct. 1870.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, Deputy


82.
Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned claims the water in the left hand fork of Sams Creek, to be taken out of said creek at about 800 yards above a yellow pine tree that stands on a point. Said tree has a blaze on the south side. The size of the ditch to convey said water is to be 14 inches in depth and 16 in. in width at bottom and twenty inches at the top. The water is to be used for mining purposes by the undersigned.
    Jackson County, Oregon, Oct. 10th, 1870.
Wm. Payne
    Filed and recorded Oct. 10th, 1870.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, Deputy


83.
Notice.
    I, the undersigned, on the 21st day of October A.D. 1870 did locate for mining purposes three hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated in Timber Gulch, and what is known as the Timber Gulch lode or vein of quartz, in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing at the east terminus of John Orth's claim on said vein or lode, and running thence in an easterly direction along the said vein or lode three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on either side of said lode or vein. Therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statute of Oregon in such cases made and enacted, I, the undersigned, do intend to hold the above described claim by virtue of said statute, and for the purposes above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver-bearing quartz rock and earth therein.
J. Wetterer
    Filed and recorded this 21st day of October 1870.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, Deputy


84.
Notice of water privilege
    is hereby given that the undersigned claim by right of purchase a certain water ditch taking the water out of the head prongs or forks of Missouri Gulch, a tributary of Jackson Creek. The said ditch runs in a southeast direction on to Prairie Flat. The said ditch and the water flowing therein is used and to be used exclusively for mining purposes. The said ditch is the only ditch taking the water from the said prongs or forks of Missouri Gulch and is about three-fourths of a mile in length.
    Jacksonville, Oregon, December 9th, 1870.
William Story
    Filed and recorded Decr. 9th, 1870.
Silas J. Day, Clerk


85.
Mining notice.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes the bed or present channel of Rogue River commencing at our notice a short distance above the head of the ditch or race of the late Table Rock Mining Company and extending down said river to the mouth of the ditch or race aforesaid. We also claim both banks of said river for the distance aforesaid for the purpose above mentioned.
    And that for the purpose aforesaid we intend to turn the water of said river from its present channel through the hereinbefore mentioned ditch or race and that we intend to commence the work of turning said river about the first of May 1874 or as soon thereafter as the stage of water in said river will permit.
    Dated Jackson County, Oregon, Feby. 27th A.D. 1871.
Daniel F. Fisher
John E. Ross
James McDonough
Lewis H. Zigler
W. H. S. Hyde and Company
    Filed and recorded February 28th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


86.
Notice to hold 4 mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim and intend to hold 4 mining claims; said claims is situated on the right hand fork of Jackass Creek; said claims is each one hundred yards in length, with the customary width in said diggings, that is to say 100 yards wide, said claims is bounded as follows--commencing at the upper end of John N. McDonnell's claim and running up the field or north 400 yards alongside of Chinaman Fow & Co. and extending back in the field 100 yards.
Francis Logg & Co.
    Filed and recorded March 30th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


87.
Notice to hold 4 quartz mining claims (and one for discovery).
    Notice is hereby given that the undersigned claim (1500) fifteen hundred feet on a quartz lode situated on the north fork of Wagner Creek in Jackson County, state of Oregon, to wit; commencing at this notice and running a northeast course along said ledge including all dips, spurs and angles for the distance of said fifteen hundred feet, the same being 300 feet to each one of us and one claim of 300 feet for right of discovery. Said ledge is known as the Springsted ledge.
    Dated April 3rd, 1871.
H. Springsted
Jesse Gage
W. Center
John Howel
    Filed and recorded March 30th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


88.
Notice to hold 3 quartz claims
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have taken up and claim three hundred feet each of a lead known as the Springsted ledge situated on Wagner Creek, Jackson County, Oregon and adjoining the claims of Springsted & Co., being the extension north and south of said claims, and have taken up and claim the same for mining purposes, claiming all the dips, angles & spurs on said ledge. Said ledge is running in an easterly direction.
    Wagner Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, April 3rd, 1871.
Wm. Gage
Voal Gage
Charles Wentzel
    Filed & recorded April 3rd, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


89.
Notice to hold water right on Greens Creek.
    Notice
    That I do claim all of the water in Greens Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, by purchase for mining purposes, the water to be taken out in a ditch at the forks of Green Creek, and run down on the west side of said creek to Rogue River, distance about two miles. Greens Creek empties into Rogue River about three miles from steam sawmill known as Burroughs sawmill, and about three miles below the residence of James Savage on Rogue River, Jackson County, Oregon.
    June 26th, 1869.
Lafayette Allen
    Filed & recorded April 15th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


90.
Notice to hold water rights for ditch from Emigrant Creek to Jacksonville.
    Notice
    The undersigned claim all the water in the following named gulches and creeks above the line of survey made by James S. Howard in the month of April A.D. 1871, to wit: Griffin Creek, Coleman Creek, Anderson Creek, Wagner Creek, Ashland Creek, Neil Creek, Bear or Stewart Creek and Emigrant Creek. Said claim is made for the purpose of appropriating the waters of said creeks for a mining and irrigating ditch commencing at Emigrant Creek and running to Jacksonville, the survey of which is now being made.
    Jacksonville, Oregon, April 14th, 1871.
James D. Fay
L. H. Zigler
W. H. S. Hyde
Jacob Ish
W. J. Plymale
J. S. Howard
David Linn
T. G. Reames
Silas J. Day
    Filed & recorded April 15th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


91.
Notice to hold mining claims on Rogers Gulch.
    Notice.
    We, the undersigned, claim the vacant ground commencing at the west line of "Smith's claim" and running to the east line of Wm. Cummings' claim on Rogers Gulch, for fluming purposes.
    Jacksonville, Oregon, April 17th, 1871.
Charles W. Savage
J. T. Hunt
    Filed & recorded April 18th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


92.
Notice to hold mining claims on Rogers Gulch.
    Notice.
    We, the undersigned, claim the 5 claims for mining purposes commencing at the south line of the claim known as the McDaniel claim running south to the head of Kerr Gulch (said claims are situated on Rogers Gulch).
    Jacksonville, April 17th, 1871.
Ben. Roth
J. T. Hunt
A. Dunlap
C. W. Savage
Henry Pape
    Filed & recorded April 18th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


93.
Notice to hold 3 claims on Foots Creek.
    Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim three (3) hundred yards of this Gold Gulch for mining purposes--running one hundred yards up the gulch, and two hundred yards down the gulch from this notice.
    Foots Creek Diggings, October 2nd, 1870.
James Clark
Daniel Neal
Alexander Near
    Renewed April 5th, 1871
                  "           15th, 1871
    Filed & recorded April 24th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


94.
Notice to hold mining claim on "Kerr" Gulch.
    Notice.
    I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes (100) yards of this gulch, known as the Kerr Gulch, formerly owned in part of whole by Poole and Klippel, commencing (100) feet above this tree on the left (east) hand fork, and running thence down the gulch (300) feet, and intend working the said ground as soon as water can be obtained.
    Jacksonville, Oregon, April 21st, 1871.
N. D. Short
    Filed for record and recorded April 24th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


95.
Notice to hold mining claim on left hand fork of Jackass.
    Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, do claim for mining purposes (200) yards of this left hand fork of Jackass Creek commencing at the upper end of Chinaman Foon's [sic] claim and running up Chinaman Lehan's claim above--
    Jackass Creek, April 25th, 1871.
H. B. Stephenson
Simon McKee
    Also a claim on the right hand fork of Jackass Creek--commencing at the upper end of what is known as the Buckley Brothers claim and running thence up the creek sixty yards more or less, to Chinaman Fon's [sic] claim--and we intend to work said claims on both forks when water sufficient for the purpose can be obtained--
H. B. Stephenson
Simon McKee
    Filed & recorded April 25th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk & Recorder
Jackson County, Oregon


96.
Notice to hold water privilege for irrigation.
    Notice.
    I, the undersigned, claim the right and have had in actual possession a water ditch for irrigating purposes from a hot spring known as "Young Hot Springs" situated northwesterly from my farm one-fourth mile and I calculate to use the same for irrigating purposes hereafter--
    April 29th, 1871.
Stephen Stuckel
    Filed and recorded May 3rd, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


97.
Notice to hold water privilege for irrigating purposes.
    Be it known that I, J. C. Tolman, on this day, the 3rd of May 1871, claim for irrigating purposes so much of the water of what is known as Tolman Creek as will run in a ditch one feet wide at the bottom, two feet at the top and one foot deep, said ditch to begin near the upper or big falls in said creek--thence in a northeasterly direction on to the lands of said Tolman.
    Ashland Precinct, Jackson County, Oregon, May 3rd, 1871.
J. C. Tolman
    Filed and recorded May 4th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk & Recorder
Jackson County, Oregon


98.
Notice of water privilege.
    Notice hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes two hundred and fifty inches of the water of Rogue River--taking the same out of said river on the north side at this notice near where the late dam of the Rogue River Mining Company was constructed--and that we design to convey said water by ditch down said river three or four miles to our mining claims on the bar of said Rogue River.
    Dated May the 24th, 1871.
Ching and Co.
    Filed and recorded May 24th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk
By W.H. S. Hyde, D. Clerk


99.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim the following described mining claims or ground situated on the left hand fork of Jackson Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, commencing at this notice at the upper line of Coats & Reed's mining claims and running thence up to the lower line of Pflugh's & Company's claims, also the right hand bank on the foot of Farmers Flat--and that we intend to work said claims as soon as there is water for that purpose--given under our hands this May 31st, 1871.
Mark Watkins
M. V. Vail
    Filed & recorded May 31st, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon



100.
Notice to hold a quartz claim on Blackwell ledge.
    Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim, situated on a quartz lode in Jackson County, Oregon, discovered by and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the northerly boundary of the claim located by William Hoffman on the said ledge and running thence in a northerly direction, with the course and bearing of the said ledge, for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid, including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the same claim--located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 2nd day of June A.D. 1871.
John D. Coughlin
    Filed and recorded June 5th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


101.
Notice to hold a quartz mining claim on Blackwell ledge.
    Notice.
    Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon discovered by ______ known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the northerly boundary of the claim located by John D. Coughlin on the said ledge, and running thence in a northerly direction, with the course and bearing of the said ledge, for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim--located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 2nd day of June A.D. 1871.
Henry Klippel
    Filed and recorded June 5th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


102.
Notice to hold quartz claim on Blackwell ledge.
    Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon discovered by ______ and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at a shaft formerly sunk on said ledge and worked by Klippel and Co. and running thence in a southerly direction, with the course and bearing of the said ledge, for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 2nd day of June A.D. 1871.
Wm Hoffman
    Filed and recorded June 5th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


103.
Notice to hold quartz mining claim on Blackwell ledge.
    Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, do claim and have located one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon discovered  ______ and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the southerly boundary of the claim located by Wm. Hoffman on said ledge, and running thence in a southerly direction, with the course and bearing of the said ledge, for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 2nd day of June A.D. 1871.
U. S. Hayden
    Filed and recorded June 5th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


104.
Notice to hold quartz mining claim on Blackwell ledge.
    Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have located and do claim one quartz mining claim situated on a gold quartz ledge in Jackson County, Oregon discovered by  ______ and known as the Blackwell ledge, commencing at the southerly boundary of the claim located by U. S. Hayden on said ledge, and running thence in a southerly direction, with the course and bearing of the said ledge, for the distance of three hundred feet, and seventy-five feet on each side of the said ledge for the distance aforesaid; including all the dips, angles, spurs, metals, ores and earth belonging to the said claim, located under the provisions of the laws of Oregon regulating quartz mining.
    Witness my hand this 2nd day of June A.D. 1871.
C. C. Beekman
    Filed and recorded June 5th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


105.
Notice to hold water privilege on Evans Creek.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim one hundred and fifty (150) inches of the water of Evans Creek for mining purposes, to be taken out in a ditch at or near this notice on the east side of Evans Creek about two and one-half miles above the mouth of Humphreys Gulch, said ditch to extend down on the east side of Evans Creek so as to cover the mining ground in said Humphreys Gulch bought by Foy Hoy & Company (six claims in number) of F. A. Hammond April 21st, 1862, and recorded in Record of Mining Claims of Jackson County, Oregon August 15th, 1863 in Book 4, page 222.
Foy Hoy & Co.
Chinamen
    Filed & recorded June 12th A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


106.
Notice to hold mining claims.
    Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes the following described mining claims situated on "Poormans Creek" in Jackson County, Oregon, bounded as follows, to wit; on the lower end by the claims of Gee Lee Ong & Co. and running thence up Poormans Creek 300 yards more or less to the claims of Chee Kam Mark & Co., said claims bought by Chinamen from John McKee, and intend to work said claims as soon as water sufficient can be obtained for that purpose.
Gee Moy & Co.
six men
    Filed and recorded June 30th 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


107.
Notice to hold mining claims on Sams Creek.
    Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have purchased and do claim for mining purposes the following described mining claims situated on Sams Creek, Jackson County, Oregon--commencing on said creek at the lower end of the mining claims of "Gin Mark & Co." and running thence down said creek the distance of three hundred yards, and one hundred yards in width for the distance aforesaid. The said claims we intend to work as soon as water can be obtained sufficient for that purpose.
    July 5th, 1871.
"Ang Goen & Co."
six men
    Filed and recorded July 5th, 1871 in Record of Mining Claims--volume (12) page (107), records of Jackson County, Oregon.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


108.
Notice to hold a water privilege on right fork of Jackson Creek.
    I, the undersigned, do claim a certain water privilege and water ditch on the right hand fork of Jackson Creek, Jackson County, state of Oregon for irrigating and domestic purposes. Said water privilege comprises all the water on the bedrock taken from a mining claim known as Max Muller and Johnson's claim and has been in my possession and use since June 1866.
    Jacksonville, July 25th, 1871.
John Cimborsky
    Filed and recorded July 25th A.D. 1871
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


109.
Notice to hold quartz claims on Wagner Creek.
    Whereas the undersigned, on the 11th day of August 1871, located for mining purposes eighteen hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated between the southern branch of the left or eastern fork of Wagner Creek and the southern or main fork of said creek in Jackson County, Oregon.
    The said claim being bounded as follows: Commencing 20 feet from the northern side of the little branch above named and running thence in a south or southeasterly direction along the said vein or lode for the distance aforesaid; therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes of Oregon in such case made and enacted, the undersigned do continue to hold the above described claims by virtue of said location and for the purposes above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
    No. 1.
John F. M. Miller
Charles Fennel
M. Brown
E. Sperber
Philip Reichel
    Filed and recorded August 11th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


110.
Notice to hold 6 placer mining claims.
    Notice
    that we, the undersigned, claim by location for mining purposes six mining claims, one for right of discovery and five by location. The said claims are each three hundred feet in length and the usual width for placer mining claims in this mining district. Said claims are situated between the southern branch of the left or eastern fork and the southern branch or main fork of Wagner Creek, in Jackson County, Oregon, commencing at this notice and running up the side hill for the distance aforesaid, and is considered bench or hill diggings. We claim all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz rock and earth therein. We also claim for mining purposes all the water from both prongs of the creek aforesaid, to be taken out in ditches for the purposes and uses aforesaid--
    August 11th, 1871.
John F. W. Miller
Charles Fennel
M. Brown
E. Sperber
Philip Reichel
    Filed & recorded August 11th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


111.
Notice to hold a water ditch.
    Notice
    that I, the undersigned, do claim for the purposes of mining and irrigating all the water of Fielder Gulch to be taken out of said gulch on the south side in a ditch for that purpose near the forks of said gulch and about two and one-half miles from the mouth of said gulch where the same enters into Evans Creek.
    Jackson County, Ogn., August 22nd, 1871.
Michael Bachenbach
    Filed & recorded August 22nd, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


112.
Notice to hold a water right.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, do by these presents locate and take up this water right and that we intend to take the water out at this notice and convey the same one mile below Jacob Thompson's claim, said ditch to carry 6000 six thousand inches of water and to be used for irrigating and manufacturing purposes.
    Link River, Sept. 24th, 1871.
William Angle & Co.
    Filed and recorded Oct. 4th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


113.
Notice to hold mining claims.
    Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim by right of purchase the following described mining claims, to wit; commencing at the forks of Jackson Creek and running up the left hand fork of said creek a distance of 500 yards, including both banks of the creeks for the same distance, also 100 yards up Dutch Gulch, also the water ditch leading from the left hand fork of Jackson Creek to the last mentioned claim on Dutch Gulch, the first 270 yards bought of Chinaman Loui, and the upper 230 yards bought of Carter and Croker--and notice is hereby given that we intend to hold and work all of said mining claims as soon as water can be obtained sufficient for that purpose. We also claim the two cabins and all the sluices belonging to said claims--
    Jacksonville, Oregon, October 16th, 1871.
Kay & Company
Chinamen
    Filed and recorded October 16th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


114.
Notice to hold two cinnabar claims.
    Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned does hereby locate and claim two claims or (400) four hundred feet of the cinnabar lead or lode known as the "Holmes ledge" on Horse Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, one claim as the right of discovery, and one as the right of location. These claims begin at the west bank of the creek where first discovered and runs southwesterly and northeasterly directions, each respectively 200 feet, all dips, spurs and angles included.
    Horse Creek, October 14th, 1871.
William C. Holmes
    Filed for record and recorded October 16th, A.D. 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


115.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, do this day locate & claim one thousand yards of this Cinnabar ledge or all that government law allows any company to locate, with all its dips, angles, spurs & cross leads running to or from said ledge or lode, commencing as follows, at G. W. Tetherow's lower line of his creek claims or at William C. Holmes' upper line, and running in a northeasterly direction--
    Horse Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, October 10th, 1871.
O. Jacobs
H. Kelly
C. Leonard
R. F. Maury
C. Burton
J. Hopkins
H. Heald
C. H. Bean
G. W. Tetherow
Wm. Fuller
    Filed and recorded October 17th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


116-117.
Notice to hold quartz claims on Wagner Creek.
    Notice
    is hereby given that we the undersigned have located for mining purposes 1200 feet of the lode of quartz or rock situated between the southern branch of the eastern fork of Wagner Creek and the southern or main branch of Wagner Creek in Jackson County, Oregon and running from thence in a west or northwesterly direction for the distance of 1200 feet as aforesaid.
    Recorded as claim No. 2.
John F. W. Miller
Charles Fennel
    Filed and recorded October 28th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon

    Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have located for mining purposes 1200 feet of the lode of quartz or rock and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same situated between the southern branch of the eastern fork of Wagner Creek and the southern or main branch of said Wagner Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, the said claims bounded as follows--commencing at this notice and running in a westerly direction along the said vein or lode for the distance aforesaid. Therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes in such case made and enacted, the undersigned do continue to hold the above described claims by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
    Recorded as claim No. 3.
John F. W. Miller
Charles Fennel
    Filed and recorded October 28th, 1871.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon

    The name of Bazil Derry was stricken from notices Nos. 2 and 3 at the request of himself, he not being of legal age, and also at the request of Wm. Wright, his guardian, this, the 15th of April A.D. 1872. Amt. recd. & paid by Miller to B. Derry $49.25.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk


118.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, claim three placer claims situated on Fort Lane reservation adjoining Moses Mansfield's claim and running from said claims in a northeasterly direction 300 yards and notice is hereby given that we intend to work said claims as soon as water can be obtained for that purpose.
    November 2nd, 1871.
John Swinden
J. W. Johnson
William H. Swinden
    Filed for record November 2nd, 1871 and recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


119-120.
Boundaries of Campbell mining district, "Goose Lake Valley."
Goose Lake Valley, Oregon, December 25th, 1871.      
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson Co., Oregon
    Sir,
    You are hereby notified that a miners' meeting held this day at the residence of Joseph Cooksey at which twenty persons were present who are interested in mines--a mining district was formed to be known as the
"Campbell Mining District"
and bounded as follows, viz--commencing at the mouth of Drews Creek and running due west to the mountains beyond Sand Creek, thence northerly along said summit to a point due west of the summit between Chewaucan and Goose Lake valleys, thence to said summit and along the same easterly to the summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, thence southerly along said summit to Bullards Canyon, thence westerly down said canyon to the foothills of Goose Lake Valley, thence along said foothills southerly to the south side of Barton Creek, thence down the south bank westerly to Goose Lake and across said lake to the mouth of Drews Creek, the place of commencement, being all in Jackson County, state of Oregon.
    In witness whereof we have set our names this twenty-fifth day of December 1871.
James Smith, Pres.
Charles A. Cogswell, Recorder
    Filed for record February 2nd, A.D. 1872.
    Recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


121.
Goose Lake Mining District, boundaries of.
Goose Lake Valley, Oregon, January 8th, 1872.      
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon
    Sir,
    You are hereby notified that at a miners' meeting held at the residence of Ira Cogswell Esqr. on the 23rd inst. a miners' district was formed to be known as the Goose Lake Mining District and bounded as follows, viz--commencing at the summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains on the California and Oregon state line and running due west to Goose Lake, thence along the lake northerly to the mouth of Barton Creek, thence along the south branch of said creek to the foothills of Goose Lake Valley, thence northerly along said foothills to Bullards Canyon, thence easterly up said canyon to the summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, thence southerly along said summit to the state line to the place of commencement, being all in Jackson County and state of Oregon.
    In witness whereof we have set our names this eighth day of January A.D. 1872.
Charles A. Cogswell, President
M. J. Cogswell, Recorder
    Filed for record February 2nd A.D. 1872.
    Recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


122.
Notice to hold quartz mining claim at Goose Lake on Hidden Treasure lode.
    Notice
    that I, the undersigned, have this day located one claim of two hundred feet on this ledge, lode or ground holding mineral rock, commencing at this notice and running in a northerly direction on the ledge, lode or ground two hundred feet, together with all of its dips, spurs and angles and availing myself of all the privileges granted by the Goose Lake Mining District laws, this ledge to be known by the name of "the first north extension of the 'Hidden Treasure lode'."
    Goose Lake mining district, Jackson County, Oregon, January 8th, 1872.
L. G. Torrance
    Filed for record February 2nd, 1872 and recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


123.
Notice to hold quartz mining claims at Goose Lake on Cumberland ledge.
    Notice
    that we, the undersigned, have this day located four claims of two hundred feet each with two hundred feet for the discovery on this ledge, lode or ground holding mineral rock, being one thousand feet, commencing at this notice and monument, and running in a southerly direction one thousand feet on this ledge, lode or ground with all of its dips, spurs and angles--and availing ourselves of all the privileges granted by the Goose Lake district mining laws--this ledge to be known by the name of the Cumberland ledge--
    Jackson County, Oregon, Decr. 17th, 1871.
M .J. Cogswell
Ira Cogswell
L. G. Torrance
Frank Cogswell
    Filed & recorded February 2nd A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


124.
Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned claim by purchase and preemption the following described mining ground situated in Jackson County, state of Oregon, to wit; all of the southeast quarter (S.E. ¼) of section fifteen in township thirty-nine (39) south of range three (3) west, Willamette Meridian, containing one hundred and sixty acres (160) of land more or less and intend to hold the same in conformity to the laws of Uniontown mining district in which said ground is situated, together with the water ditches now conveying water to said mining ground. One of said ditches is known as "The Star Gulch Ditch" and is about five (5) miles in length, three (3) feet wide on the bottom, and two (2) feet deep and has a water right of fifteen (15) hundred inches, together with the reservoir and flumes. One of said flumes is about one-fourth ¼ of a mile in length, about twenty-eight (28) inches deep and twenty-two (22) inches wide, and paved with rocks. Also the hydraulic apparatus, hose and appurtenances of what nature soever belonging to said claims or in any wise appertaining thereto--
    February 7th, 1872.
Wm. A. A. Hamilton
    Filed for record February 7th, 1872 at 12 o'clock m.
    Recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


125.
Notice
    is hereby given that I have this day located one hundred inches (100) of water in this Riggs Creek for mining and irrigating purposes, water to be taken out near this tree, with the privilege of carrying it in a ditch to Drews Valley, a distance of five miles. Said stream flows into Drews Valley, its course being southerly and westerly.
W. S. Riggs
    Filed for record Febry. 12th, 1872 and recorded Feby. 12th, 1872 in mining records.
Silas J. Day, Clk, Jackson County, Oregon
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


126.
Notice.
    Whereas we, the undersigned, on the 16th day of December 1871 have located three claims on the Highland Chieftain ledge for mining purposes six hundred feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock, and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same, situated on a ridge between Campbell and Riggs creeks, the said claims being bounded as follows, commencing at the end of nine claims of two hundred feet each from the discovery claims in a southerly direction and running thence in a southerly direction along the said vein or lode to a monument on or near the lode, therefore notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes of Oregon in such case made and enacted, we the undersigned do continue to hold the above described claim by virtue of said law and for the purposes above specified together with all its dips, spurs and angles of the same and all the metals, ores, gold and silver bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
W. L. Riggs
G. W. Hubbard
W. B. Riggs
    Filed for record Feby. 10th, 1872 and recorded Feby. 12th, 1872.
Silas J. Day, Clerk
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


127.
Notice.
    This is to certify that the undersigned have located a certain quartz lode lying or being in the county of Jackson and state of Oregon, and between May's and Sykes' creeks, on the divide running northerly. We claim one claim by right of discovery and nine claims of two hundred feet each in length up said ledge or lode, and all the mineral said ledge may contain together with all the dips, spurs and angles of said ledge or series of ledges.
    The name of the above ledge is Black Bullion.
J. Wolfer & W. Keshner
J. C. Weiss
G. W. Crystal
J. B. Higinbotham
H. M. Chapin
James Kathwell
Silas J. Day
    Filed and recorded this 12th day of February A.D. 1872 at 10 o'clock a.m.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


128.
Notice.
January 12th, 1872, Jackson County, Oregon           
    We, the undersigned, claim five claims of two hundred feet each in length on the quartz ledge known as the Black Bullion series and located on a ridge between Sykes and May's creek. We claim 1000 feet as the first extension southerly of said Black Bullion, together with all the dips, spurs and angles and all the minerals said ledge may contain and all the ground on either side necessary for working the same.
Samuel Bosserman
M. B. Dow
L. T. Davis
H. F. Phillips
J. G. Lanterman
    Filed and recorded February 12th A.D. 1872 at 12 o'clock m.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, Dept.


129.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have this day located seven claims and one additional claim for discovery upon this lead or vein containing mineral rock, said claims to be two hundred feet in length and seventy-five feet in width each side of the vein, the claims to commence at this notice and monument and run in a southerly direction sixteen hundred feet, the vein to be known as the "Gen. Logan lode" and situated in Goose Lake Mining District.
    Jan. 31st, 1872.
Charles A. Cogswell
Amos Cogswell
Fred A. Cogswell
Silas J. Day
Wm. Brown
M. C. Smith
Geo. Vanderhoff
    Filed for record the 17th day of February 1872 and recorded the same day.
Silas J. Day, Clerk, Jackson Co., Oregon
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


130.
Quartz notice, Goose Lake.
    That we, the undersigned, have this day located four claims of two hundred feet each with two hundred feet for the discovery on this ledge, lode or ground holding mineral and commencing at this notice and monument and running in a northerly direction on this ledge, lode or ground, one thousand feet, together with all of its dips, spurs and angles, and availing ourselves of all the privileges granted by the Goose Lake Mining District laws, this ledge to be known by the name of the Hidden Treasure lode.
    Jackson County, state of Oregon, September 28th, 1872.
Ira Cogswell
M. J. Cogswell
Frank Cogswell
J. F. Campbell
    The above named ledge is situated in the Goose Lake Mining District between the north & south branches of Cogswell Creek and about three-fourths of a mile east from the mouth of the canyon.
    Filed and recorded February 21st, 1872.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk
By E. D. Foudray, D.C. Clk.


131.
Quartz notice, Goose Lake district.
    To all whom it may concern that we have this day located or taken up this stream of water known as Cogswell Creek for farming, mining and other purposes subject to the laws of the state of Oregon, regulating water claims and ditches. Said water is to be used in the Goose Lake Mining District for mining, milling and other purposes, done this twenty-eighth (28th) day of September A.D. 1871, state of Oregon, Jackson County.
Ira Cogswell
J. F. Campbell
M. J. Cogswell
Frank Cogswell
    Filed and recorded February the 21st A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


Published 1889--an irrigation ditch (maybe the Medford Water Ditch)
off Jackson Creek or Bear Creek.
132.
Water ditch notice and agreement.
    This indenture made and entered into between Patrick Dunn and Elizabeth Hill of the first part made and into this 17th day of February 1872 and the parties of the 2nd part are Jacob Wimer & son and Amy and McKenzie. Witnesseth that the parties of the first part are the owners of a certain ditch, commencing on the Dunns' land and conveying certain water of Bear Creek. The said parties agree to stop the flow of water in said ditch in or about the 15th day of August of each year, and allow the same to flow down the channel of said Bear Creek to the mills of the parties of the second part.
    And the parties of the second part agree that the parties of the first part shall use the waters of Bear Creek in said ditch to that date, or so much thereof as the said ditch is now entitled to.
P. Dunn
Elizabeth Hill
    Filed and recorded Feby. 23rd, 1872.
Silas J. Day, Clerk
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


133.
Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned claims one hundred yards of the Grubb Creek, commencing at this notice and running up said creek one hundred yards extending on either side of said creek, which I intend to work whenever there is sufficient water to work the same.
    Feby. 27th, 1872.
Peter T. Ives
    Filed and recorded the 27th day of February 1872.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


134.
Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, do claim the waters of Nine Mile Creek for irrigating purposes, to be taken out in a ditch commencing somewhere between 50 and 75 yards below the forks of said creek on the east side, and running down to what is called "Oak Flat," said ditch to be 2 feet wide on top, 18 inches wide on bottom and 12 inches deep--said ditch is about 2 miles in length--
    March 4th, 1872.
John Shubrick
    Filed & recorded March 4th, 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


135.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have located for mining purposes 600 feet of the lode or quartz rock situated between the southern branch of the eastern fork of Wagner Creek and the southern or main branch of Wagner Creek in Jackson County, Oregon, commencing at the east or southeast and of the claims heretofore located by John F. W. Miller and Charles Fennel and _________, thence running east or southeasterly 600 feet upon said ledge, and 75 feet in width on each side of the same--
    Dated March 23rd, 1872.
J. George Horn
Ed Joseph
F. Horn
    Filed and recorded March 23rd, 1872.
Silas J. Day, Co. Clerk
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


136.
Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, do claim all the waters of Cove Creek or the south fork of Walkers Creek, in Ashland precinct, Jackson County, state of Oregon, for irrigating purposes, taken out at the bend of said creek on the south side, where my ditch commences; said ditch is taken out on and runs through government lands from ¾ to one mile in length, until said ditch reaches my land. Said ditch and water right is claimed by occupation and peaceable possession since April 15th A.D. 1869, nearly three years ago.
    April 6th, 1872.
John Murphy
    Filed and recorded April 6th A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


137.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have taken up and located for mining purposes 1200 feet in length and 75 feet wide on each side of the ledge or vein or spur of quartz or rock, commencing at this notice and running thence in a westerly or northwesterly direction for John F. W. Miller, 300 feet by location and 300 feet for a discovery claim (agreeably to the statutes in such case made and provided) and on the westerly or northwesterly extension of said claims of John F. W. Miller 300 feet in length for Charles Fennel, and on the eastern or southeastern extension of the claim of John F. W. Miller 300 feet in length for L. Horne. The above described claims are situated between the southern branch of the eastern fork of Wagner Creek, and the southern or main branch of said Wagner Creek in Jackson County, Oregon.
    Recorded as claim No. 2.
John F. W. Miller
Charles Fennel
L. Horne
    Filed & recorded April 15th A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


138.
Notice
    is hereby given that we, the undersigned, have taken up and located for mining purposes 1200 feet in length and 75 feet wide on each side of the ledge, vein, spur, quartz or rock--commencing at this notice and running thence in a westerly or northwesterly direction for John F. W. Miller 300 feet for location claim and 300 feet for a discovery claim (agreeably to the statutes of Oregon in such case made and provided) and on the westerly or northwesterly extension of said claims of John F. W. Miller 300 feet in length for Charles Fennel, and on the eastern or southeastern extension of the claims of John F. W. Miller, 300 feet in length for Louis Horne. The above described claims are situated between the southern branch of the eastern fork of Wagner Creek and the southern or main branch of said Wagner Creek, in Jackson County, Oregon.
    Recorded as claim No. 3.
John F. W. Miller
Charles Fennel
Louis Horne
    Filed & recorded April 15th A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


139.
Notice
    is hereby given that I claim all the water from this China Gulch taken out at this dam to be taken for mining purposes on Poor Ravine and intend to use it for mining purposes when there is sufficient water to use. The above water right is about 2½ miles from Log Town in a westerly direction.
    April 18th.
H. W. Nutt
    Filed and recorded the 18th day of April 1872.
Silas J. Day, Clk, J.C., Ogn.
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.

Notice
    is hereby given that I claim all the water in this Ball Mountain Gulch from this notice up said gulch and intend to use it for mining purposes when there is sufficient to do so. The above mentioned gulch is about 2½ miles from Log Town in Jackson County in a westerly direction.
    April 18th, 1872.
H. W. Nutt
    Filed and recorded the 18th day of April 1872.
Silas J. Day, Clk.
By E. D. Foudray, D.C.


140.
Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes three (3) claims, one by location and two by purchase, commencing at this notice and running up the gulch, situated on the head of Kersey Gulch, both banks and gulch, for the distance aforesaid and known as the Kennedy Diggings in Jackson County, Oregon
    May 1st, 1872.
Alfred Carter
    Filed for record May 1st, 1872 and recorded same day.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


141.
Notice
    is hereby given that I, the undersigned, claim for mining purposes two claims on this middle fork of Kersey Gulch, commencing at this notice and running up the gulch to the reservoir, the gulch and both banks for the distance aforesaid.
    I also claim the reservoir on said gulch and the ditch leading thereto from Sailor Gulch together with all the water that rightfully belongs to said ditch, all situated in Jackson County, state of Oregon
    May 1st, 1872.
Henry Carter
    Filed for record and recorded May 1st, 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


142.
Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned have this day located and do claim 1500 feet fifteen hundred feet on this lode which we will name the John Miller quartz lode. The said lode is situated on the divide between the south and east branches of Wagner Creek in Jackson County, Oregon. The said claims commence at this notice & run in a northerly direction & are known as the first, second, third, fourth & fifth extensions north from John Miller's claim.
    Witness our hands this 20th [of] March 1872.
Harvey Springstead
Robert Wellman
William Kester
Milton Lindley
Jesse Gage
G. H. Lynch
    Filed & recorded May 2nd A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


143.
Notice
    is hereby given that the undersigned have this day located and do claim 1800 feet on the John Miller quartz lode, said claims being the 6th, 7th, 8ht, 9th, 10th & 11th extensions north from John Miller's claim. The said quartz lode is situated on the divide between the eastern and southern branches of Wagner Creek in Jackson County, Oregon. The parties intend to occupy and prospect said lode immediately.
    Witness our hands this 20th day of March 1872.
Oren Robinson
John Howel
Homer Kester
James Parish
Isaac Brigman
Haskell Amy
J. N. Bell
    Filed & recorded May 2nd, A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon


144.
Notice.
    Whereas the undersigned, on the 27th day of March 1872, have taken up and located for mining purposes 1500 feet in length of the vein or lode of quartz or rock (and seventy-five feet in width on either side of the same) situated between the east and south fork of Wagner Creek, Jackson County, Oregon, on the southeastern extension of the John F. W. Miller lode. The said claim being bounded as follows, commencing 900 feet from the said John F. W. Miller claim and running thence in a southeasterly direction along the said vein or lode. Therefore, notice is hereby given that in conformity to the statutes of Oregon in such case made and enacted, we, the undersigned, do continue to hold the above described claims by virtue of said location and for the purpose above specified, together with all the dips, spurs and angles of the same, and all the metals, ores, gold and silver-bearing quartz, rock and earth therein.
H. B. Seybert
Thos. Moreland
Smith Higgins
Geo. Briner
    Filed and recorded May 2nd A.D. 1872.
Silas J. Day, County Clerk
Jackson County, Oregon



Last revised February 4, 2015