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Oregon Items. The steamer Sierra Nevada, Francis Con nor, Commander, which sailed for Victoria and San Francisco, carried away one hundred and twenty passengers, and $ 211,200 shipped ns follows : Wells, Fargo & Co., $180, «Ou : Ladd & Tilton, $22 500; A. Rosenfield & Co., S5,200; Cohn-, Lyon & Co., $3,500. Total— $ 211 , 200 . The Governor has approved the Special Contract Act passed by the Legislature, aud it is now a law going into effect immediately. Horn Ben F. Hayden, Judge N. H. Cranor, .John Burnett, Escj., Judge A. E. Wait and S. F. Chadwick, are addressing the Democra cy at various poiuts through the State. The meetings are well attended and very enthusi astic.' , The work on the wagon road from Rogue River valley to the John Day mines, is nearly completed over the summit of the mountain. Henry Klippel and Jas. Çôol had taken a load of supplies to the bands Iront Jacksonville. The fruit crop in Rogue River valley has partly failed this year, out what there is of a superior quality, , Persons recently from Cation City say large emigrant trains are continually coming iu by that route, beading to the Dalles. One traiu of ninety-six wagons is reported. The County Assessor of Linn county re- ports that there are 31,78u sheep iu that eounty. Rev. R. Wylie was installed pastor of the new Presbyterian Church iu Corvallis on Sat urday last. Rev. R. Robe preached the ser xyon, and Rev. E. K. Geary delivered the charge. ( Gold has been discovered in Portland near College Hill, in the sinking of a deep well hole. Mrs. Julia Dean Hayne is playing at the Dalles. A five-stamp cpiartE mill iâ en route for the Santiatn mines. It is intended for the "Gold Mountain Milling Co.," composed of a union of several mining companies. The mill will be operating by the first of November. A wagon road is being constructed from Quartz ville to Pleasant Valley, a distance of lorty mi.es, making a continued drive from Salem lorty miles further. Jolm Van Buren. 4 telegraph dispatch t<^ the St. Joseph says : an Buren, the late eminent Republi der in New York City, bas come out iellan in a very vigorous letter. The g is its concluding paragraph. He ere are two men who obviously never ieace that will receive the sanction of merican people: they are Abiaham and Jeff Davis. The former has de abulition of slavery an indispensable nar*y to propositions for peace. The vows that the Confederate States ac alternative but independence or anni n. With thd former we have to deal . tbs election. The latter must be left fortunes of war or the fate that the tates have in store for him. But un üfe prepared for a desolating War, ..e slaughter, debt, taxation, and sus a of constitutional liberty ttttending.it, am Lincoln must be made to retire on b of March next, and a President must osen in his stead who will consent to I on the basis of the Union and the v,v,u„.ituti?n. Such a man is Gen. McClellan ând I cannot allow myself to doubt that the people of tbe United States will oail him to the discharge of this as well as all other grave duties that belong to the Chief Magis trate. . he Electoral College. —The New York News says : The relative strength of the several States in the electoral college has been considerably changed since the last Presidential election by the decennial reap -poiiRment. Maine had eight votes in 1860 and in 1864 will have but 7. Massachusetts also lose 3 one falling from lo to 12 votes; "New York drops from 3o to o3 ; Pennsylva nia loses one, Ohio loses two, and Kentucky loses one. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Caro lina SSoutli Carolina, Texas, Tennessee and Virginia will not be heard of in the electoral college. The vote of California will be in creased from 4 to 5 votes; Iowa, which had 4 votes in 1860, will now have 8 ; Wisconsin will have 8 votes instead of 5 ; Michigan in creases 1 vote, and Kansas, with 3 votes will be added to the cohege. Tbe total number of votes to which these States are entitled is 226. A majority of this electoral college is necsssary to an election, and that majority is 114 votes. Sales of Mining Stock;— We clip from the Argusjy^ following report of salea ( Oct. 3d : Mdrning Sales—Gould & Curry 1 foot at $1340. Potosi, L at $790. Ophir, 6 at $350, 1 at $365, 4 at 350. Moscow, 30 at 40, 10 at 45 _ g. 15. Blue Ledge, 20 at 2 . Lady Bry w) 10 at $7*. North American. 1 at $50.— Cii'ollar, 1 at 870. Yellow Jacket, 5 at $650. Del Monte, 10 at 21. Crocket, 20 at 1 \. Au telope, 20 at 19}. Wide West, 90 at 26|—r. 25 at 27—r. w., 4 at 26. Imperial, 25 at 145. Pride of the West, 20 at äj. Legal Tenders, $15,000 at 63c s. 10. Geo. H. Pendleton, the Democratic candi date for Vice Pres Mem, says the N. Y. Trib une. "is,a gentleman of decided ability, lib eral acquirements, and unstained private reputation. But he is anti-war Copperhead of the intense^ shade." Another paper etates that Mr. Pendleton married a daughter of the author of the ' Mar Spangled Banner,' _the late Francis S. Key, of Baltimore. Cons Stamping.— Col. N. E. Whitesides in a speech in S. F. recently said : He expected soon t<> hear that the brid gfoom would he compelled to wear a stamp on his breast, before he could lead his bride to the altar, and that the first-born would »l*o have to wear a r.amp. One of our exchanges says : We lately met grammarian, who has just made a tour » vV.c vvne*, cogitating * u What the Rebels Think oj It. Washington, September 15. The Richmond Enquirer of the 12 th insL, has a long editorial on tbe Chicago Conven tion. After a dissection of the platform, and Lincoln's and McClellan's conduct of the war, it then says thus : . .Whether we look at the nomination in the light of peace or war, we prefer Lincoln to McClellan. We can make better terms of peace with au anti-slavery fanatic, than an earnest Unionist. We can gain more milita ry success in a war conducted on any plan than one by a real soldier like McClellan. The article goes on to say that confiscation and emancipation united the South, and tho' they were terrible ordeals, they insured their ultimate triumph. If reconstruction, says the Enquirer, were possible, it would be more probable under Gen. MeClellan and Democ racy than under Lincoln and Republicanism. An Honest Deacon. —Deacon N- was an honest old codger, a kind nei ghbor, and a good Christian, believing in the Presbyterian creed to the fullest extent; but lackaday ! the Deacon would occasionally get exceeding ly mellow, and almost every Sunday at din nér he would indulge in his cider brandy to such an extent that it was with difficulty that he reached his pew in the broad aisle, near the pulpit, and the minister and village squire. One Sunday morning the parson told his flock that he would preach a sermon touching many glaring sins so conspicuous among them,and he hoped they would listen attentive ly and not flinch if he happened to be too severe. The afternoon came, and the house was foil —everybody turned out to sea their neigh bors "dressed crown" by the minister, who, after opening his sermon, commenced upon the transgressors with a loud voice, With the question— " Where is the drunkard ?" A solemn pause succeeded the inquiry, when up rose Deacon N., bis face red from tbe frequent draughts from his favorite drink and by steadying himself a 3 Well as he could by the pew rail, looked up and replied iu a trembling and piping voice— « Here I ami" Of course a consternation in the congrega tion was the result of the honest deacon's re sponse ; however, the parson went on with his remarks, as he had written them, com menting severely upon the drunkard, and closed by warning him to forsake at once such evil habits if he would hope for salvation and flee from the wrath to come. "And now," asked the preacher, in his loudest tone's, "where is the hypocrite?" A pause, but no one responded. Eyes were turned upon this man and that man, but the glances seemed to be directed to the squire's pew, and, indeed, the parson seemed to squint hard in that direction. The deacon saw where the shaft Was aimed, aad rising once more, leaned over his pew to the squire, whom he tapped on the shoulder and thus addressed hirt : " Come, squire, why don't you get up? I did when he called on me." A B'Hoy.—A scrub-headed boy having been brought up before tbe court as a witness the following colloquy ensued : " Where do you live ?" said the Judge* " Live with my mother." " Where does your mother live ?" " She lives with father." " Where does he live?" "He lives with the old folks." "Where do they live?" said the Jndge, getting very red as a snicker goes around the room. " They live't home." " Where in thunder is their home?" roars the Judge. " That's where Dm from," says the boy, sticking his tongue in one corner of bis cheek, and slowly closing one eye on the Judge. "Here, Mr. Constable," says tbe court, " take the witness out and tell him to travel ; he evidently does not know the nature of an oath." " You'd think different," says the boy, go ing towards the door, " if I was to give you a cussin'." The Last Man. —Fighting to the "last man " is what a lady, in one of the newspa pers, boldly objects to. She remarks, and in that sensible manner which is peculiar to the sex when it is a little excited : " What would be „the country to me or any other woman if-the last man wère gone?" What would it bo if only the last man remained? Good gracious ! what a pulling of caps and disar ranging of ringlets there would be on his behalf! The troubles so comically portrayed by Hood, in hia poem of " The Last Man," when the last man " nimbly whipped his tackle out" and suspended to the gallows' tree his companion, leaving himself sole monarch of all be surveyed, were as nothing beside« those the last man would have to en dure if all the woman were still here, and in dividually, as well as en masse, insisted on masculine sympathy and consolation. But courage, mesamis ! There is no danger of tbe last man being wanted as long as the last woman remains to plead for his exemption." — [N. Y. Sundav'Times. Wanted a Furlough.—A few months ago a high private of extraordinary dimensions lumbered into the presence of Gen. Thomas and asked for a furlough, adding, " General, I wish to gc home and see my wife.*' "How long is it since you bave seen your wife ?" # " Why !" he answered, " I haven't seen my wife for over three months." " Three month's ! " remarked Gen. Thomas —" three months—why I have n't seen my wife in three years.,' "Well, that may be," rejoined the other,— "but you see, General, me and my wife aiu't o' that sort." I have not ascertained whether the 1 II. P.' was tile recipient of a fürlough or not. Price of Passage for tks East, —The San Francisco Bulletin says the prices of passage by the Pacific Mail steamship Constitution, which sailed for Panatna;on th£j 13th fnst., are thus announced; Firsft cabin, for outside and inside rooms respectively, $238,00 and $186,25 ; second cabin, $|132,50; steerage,— $7î,73. The rates by thp Nicaragua steamer ** vior. which 'ailed on the 19tb, * cabin, $175 and WELLS, FARGO & CO. .RUN A TRI-WEEKLY, FORT TuA-lSTD —AND THE-—*— BOISE MINES! CONNECTING WITH THE SAN FRANCISCO AND TORTLAND STEAMERS. T REASURE and Small Parcels carried to and brought from any point, and insured. Col lections made, Drafts procured, &c. LETTERS forwarded to all parts of the world, and procured from any post or express office on the Pacific coast, H r e also run a Daily express between the Placer viile, Centerville and Bannock Boise offices. Placekville - - - IV. A. ATLEE, Agent. | Centerville - - - P. fV. Johnson, " Pi inker - - * A. Slocum, " Idaho City, - - - 3. L. Smith, " BEEF CATTLE ! ! FOR SALE, I HAVE on hand a band of 400 head of No. 1, FAT, YoÜNG BEEF CATTLE, which I am anxious to sell on reasonable terms. 1 will sell the band entire, or contract to deliver, in lots of any number, as they may be required. For further particulars, inquire of J. 8 . BUT LER at the Boise News office, or of myself on the Weiser river, at the crossing of the Brownlee ferry road. J. F. DYE. Idaho City, August 20, 1864. Frank g. drake. J. WEINHEIMEB. DRAKE & CO., (Successor to Lynch & Clayton,) PlacerviUe & Pioneer City, I. T. —DEALERS IN— RY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & Shoes, Hats & Caps, Groceries, Hard ware, Tobacco, Cigars, Liquors, &c., &c. D 1 A FULL and complete assortment of desirable goods will be kept constantly on hand, and For Sale at the Lowest Market Rates. PlacerviUe, April 19th, 1864. 32tf Robertson & Co., Main Street opposite the Idaho Saloon, BANNÔCK CITY, IDAHO TERRITORY. All kinds of Ores and Metals Assayed, Returns Made Within 6 Hours. W Ë Guarantee the correctness of our assays, aud bind ourselves to pay any difference that may arise with the U. S. Mint. We refer to the following parties for the correct ness of our assays, who will take our bars at the market rates : Davidson & Berrl, Bankers San Francisco. Donohoe. Ralston k Co. " " " Sather & Co. " " « Goldsmith & Bros, Assayers Portland. Elfelt, Weil & Co., Merchants " Ö <g®' S WATCH- MAKER S, —and. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS!! P articular Attention given to repairing Fine watches. All kinds of Jewelry made of Boise Gold. Diamonds re-set in the newest styles. All kinds of enameled work made to order in Fash ionable styles. Mr. Robertson having been many Î ears Foreman to Messrs. Barrett & Sherwood, ewelers, San Francisco ; and having had many years' experience in the manufacturing of Fine Jewelry, we feel confident that our work will com pare favorably with any work done cn the Pacific Coast, We keep constantly on hand a large as sortment- of Gold and Silver watches and Fine Jewelry. All work warranted. 28tf Idaho City, April 2d, 1864. Orleans Hotel. Front street, Umatilla, Oregon. T HIS Hotel is now open fer tne reception of gentlemen, and will be conducted in all its departments as a First Class Hotel. MAY & FAILING. Umatilla Sept. 1 st, 1863.—lm3 Miner's Brewery ^and— 2I3Ü4Î2 IS HTÜTo T HE proprietors of the Pioneer Brewery of th e Basin being thankful to r the libérai patronag e received, assoie their friends that they will con' tinue to make in their establishment, the bes of Lager Beer, Bread, Pies and Cakes. KNAUER & CO. Bannock City, September 29tb, 1863. ltf, HIGBY & CO. C ORIS El t MAIN IVALL ST 8., OPPOSITE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Mining Tools, Hardware, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Boots and Shoes, Àîftunition, Hats, Gloves, Stationery, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. N. B. The entire stock has been selected with . g:eat care, in San Francisco, by an experienced man, expressly for this market. Bannock City, Septem^r 29th ,1863. ltf City Brewery. W E the undersigned, would respectfully in form 8 aloou keepers, and the public gene rally, that we are now prepared to furnish a supe rior article of Lager Beer, at our Brewery on Buena Vista Bar, aud fill orders for customers. GANS & HUMBEL. December 17,1863. . 13m BLOCK MILLER & CO. DALLES. T&PORtERS and wholesale dealers in all kinds X of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, HARDWARE AND MINER'S TOOLS. Also, a good assortment of all kinds of grocer^ provisions, liquors, cVe.. OR !l:Ui<l. lli NEW GOODS!! LOW FREIGHT & LOW PRICES. II Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN GFroceries, ^Provisions, Clothing, -Miners' Tools &c., &c. W E have now on hand a large and well select ed stock, and will receive additional supplies until the close of the season. Persons wishing goods in our line will please call and examine our stock and prices. F* STROUSE & BRO.. Wall Street, at McCarver & Clark's old stand, [48-3m.] Idaho City. FRANKLIN HOTEL, 12 1-2 miles from Umatilla city, O N THE HOAD To LA GRAND, AUBURN, Idaho City, PlacerviUe and Owyhee. THE HQ.USE is spacious and convenient, with a Dining poom capable of seating a large number of persons at a time, and in the way of luxuries no table at any hotel op the road shall surpass that of the Franklin House, The house is weil famished with PhIu Beds which will be /cept warm and com fortable. The Bar will be kept constantly supplied with the best WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. There is attached to the premises, a large Stable with hay and grain for animals. 27tf J. C. Franklin, Proprietor. KAVS. H. H. HILL, |A. J. KANE. Umatilla Landing, Oregon* F )RWARDING and COMMISSION MER chants, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in every description of Merchandise. Traders and Miners can be supplied with all goods necessary for the mines at the LOWEST RATES. flau All goods consigned to them will meet with proper attention. REFERENCES: W. Corbet, H. Law, Richards & -H. Portland McCraken Dalles—Robbins & & Bivens, W. C. Moody A Co. Co., Greuze bach ltf EDWIN POWELL. GEORGE H. COE. POWELL & COE, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS I.i . • Wines, Liquors, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. Umatilla, : : : : Oregon. *--- I articular Personal Attention given to re ceiving and forwarding Goods to all parts of the mines in Oregon» Washington and Idaho. Goods remeasured, Freights paid, Storage ob tained, and all business connected with the For* warding and Commission Business promptly and peraoorlly attended to. Consignments of Goods solicited. We refer by permission : At San Francisco, * ) j At Portland, Howard, Goewy & Co., ) i Richards & McCracken. AtV«et^.y. fla»Mark goods care P. & C., Umatilla. 32tf Walla Walla and. I cl alio City. t Medicines, Paints, Oils, &e., Main Street, flS"Opposite the Idaho Saloon, Idaho City.*£a T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THIS DAY formed a co-partnership under the name and firm of CRAIG & MIX, in Walla Walla, W. T., aud Idaho City, I. T., with a full and complete assortment of Drugs. Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Perfumery, and everything m their line of business, would respectfully solic it the patronage of the public. Prescriptions carefully and accurately nrepared. JAMES S. CRAIG, ALFRED A. MIX. September 2,1864. 51tf UMATILLA FERRYn ..and.. WAMimWM MM, Umatilla City, —opposite. Oregon. B EST GRASS and WATER in all tbe Upper Country. Animals put across the Columbia river and returned with dispatch. A large boat is running that carries forty animals safely at a trip. Umatilla. April 1st, 1864. 3otf FOSTER •S'ÂMÎI'ORD O. O. HIGBY. F. B. BRITTE>- ,... filGBY & BkiTTENd W PLACERVILLE, - - - - h T., HOLESAE AND RETAIL GROCERS A&D Dealers in PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, PICKS, HANDLES, SHOVELS, MINERS' OUTFITS, &c., &c. [39tf.] Notice to Shareholders. GS-arrison Grambriims Gold and Silver Mining Company-Notice is hereby.given, that there will bo a meeting of the Stockholders of the above company held on the 5th day of November, A D 1804. at the office of tbe company in Idaho city, for tho purpose of assessing the «took sufficiently fb carry on the work! V*2n3w4 By order of the Board of Trustees. GREEN WHITE, President. J. H. WlCEERSHAM, Secretary. _ CHALLENGE SAL00NJ J. R. TOTMAN. . . . . . . . . 7 . ........ Proprietor. O NE door north of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s, on Main street. This Saloon is fitted up WitLi taste, and contains none bat the very best el Liquors and Cigars. Call and see as. [n5:3m P0ÜJADEH0USE ! T HE Undersigned has removed into his Nbw Building (one door below bis former place), aud is prepared to board and lodge all who may fa vor him with » call. Rooms fok Families. ïStf T. C. PoujAcn;. [BOISE NEWS.] TAX ANP LICENSE PAYERS. TAKE NOTICE! \ T erritorial and county licens . now due will be collected immed^tely, an parties owing such licences are hereby notifia that the law in relation to their colleetiodwill ie enforced with the utmost vigor. Territorial aid County Taxes due on real and personal prd^ei/ will also be collected with like promptness, ^id the law complied with to the letter ; and all s«ri> taafrs pot paid before the 2nd Monday in Novel ber, wi$*5<L£0ftected by levy and salei with cos., S. PINKHAM. Sheriff . and Ex-Officio Tax Collector of Boise Co., I. T. [v2n4w4] SALE. Territory of Idaho, County of Boise—ss. B Y virtue of an execution issued out of the Ks- v trict Court of tbe 2d Judicial District' of > Idaho Territory, and to me directed and deliverfd, upon a judgment rendered in said Coart, in favor | of M.Newhou>e and Nathan Schee line,and against John Priestly, Robt. Burdess and Robert PhtekAH, fur the snm of five hundred fifty dollars, with in terest thereon at the rate of teu per eént. per ans nura from the 26th day of July, 1864, together with costs of suit, taxed at fifty-four and thirt>-Sve one hundredths dollars. I have seized all the right, title and interest which tho said John Priestly, Robert Bardes* and Robert Pheelan had on the 28tli day of Juljf, 1864, of, in and to the following described property, which I shall expose to sale, at public, auction, as the law directs, at'the premises, to the highest bidder, for cash, on the 3d day of Getober, 1864, at 2 o'clock p.m., to satisfy said judgment and costs, and accruing costs, to-wit : Three* fourths of a water ditch now used by Priestly & Co., leading from Moore's creek and tapping said creek nearly opposite the head of Christie's ditch ; ai-o a flume leading from said ditch, with hydraul ic hose and pipe attached; also three claims oa the wept side of Grub Gulch, commencing at Moore's creek and running in a southerly direction; • also three claims on the east side of said Grub Gulch, commencing at said Moore's creek, ami running in the same southerly direction; also an unfinished ditch, leading from Bolster's Gulch ; also a lot of sluices used on said mining claims. 8 . PINKHAM, Sheriff Boise Co. By O. L. Whiting, Under Sheriff. Dated September 5th, 1864. v2n4td. The above sale is postponed until Wednesday, Oct. 26th, '64, Bdine hour and place. S. PINKHAM, Sheriff Boise Co. ByO. L. WuiTiNq, Under Sheriff. SUMMONS, rnerritory of Idaho, County uf Boise—ss. In tbe Di.s X trict Court, Second Judical District, W J Terry and Dan Welch, va. A. N. Ranger', et al. To A. N. Ranger, et als. In tbe name of the people of the United States in the Territory of Idaho, yon are hereby notified, that there is now on tilo iu the office of the clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of said territory, in Idaho City, Boise county, the complaint of VV. J. Terry and Dan Welch, claiming of, aud from you, the stun of eighteen hundred and sixty-seven and 7 6-100 dollars,— balance due on a certain Promissory note, dated Sep. 24th, 1863, payable eight months after date, and praying the honorable court for the foreclosure of the mort gage mentioned in plaintiff's complaint, and for a decree directing the salo of the property therein described, to wit : Being that certain town lot situate on the north east corner formed by the junction of Washington and third streets, fronting on Washington street in tire town of Centerville, Boise county, I. T., being twenty feet front, and extending back eighty feet—and that the pro ceeds of such sale bo applied to the payment of tho amount of plaintiff 's claim with interest and costs; and that unless you appear and answer to said complaint witliii t wenty days after -the service hereof,—if served witbh Boise county ; within thirty cîjy» if served out of sail ^ ^t^ aanl f ^ct ^ d # *v l 1 In testimony whereof, I, John C. Henley, Clerk of said * District Court, have herenuto set my hand, aud affixed the ^ s.] Seal of said couit, at Idaho city, this 9th day ptember, A.iD. 1864. JOHN O. HENLEY, Clerk of District Court By Jonas W. Brown. Deputy. Published by order of Court. n61-td Summons. Territory of Idaho, ( j 50 cts* County of Boise. I ( U. S. Rev.Bt'p. In the Probate Court of Boise County, I. T. D. P. Fouts k James Taylor vs. S. H. Smith & Robert Strother. To S. H» Smith and Robert Strother : "N the name of the People of the United States __ in the Territory of Idaho, You are hereby notified that there is now on tile in the office of the Cerkof the Probate Court of Boise county, Idaho Territory, the complaint of D. P. Fouts and Jae. Taylor, claiming ot and from you the snm of four teen hundred and twenty-one and 17-100 dollars, on an account, for work and labor done and per formed for you on certain mining ground, and prayiug this tonorable court for the enforcement of the mechanic's Hen set forth in plaintiffs' com plaint, aud for a decree directing the sale of th« property therein described, and that the prooeedf of said sale be applied to the payment of said stwf of $1421,17 and costs of suit: and that unity you appear and answer to said complaint withii, twenty days after the service hereof, if served within this county, and if served out of the cou»> ty but within this district—thirty days, and Û served beyond the limits of either the county or district—then within forty days after the servie hereof, exclusive of the day of service,—default will be entered against you and the said plaintiffe will apply to our said court for the relief prayed for in their said complaint. In testimony whereof 1, Jonas W. Brown. Clerk of said P.obate Court, have hereunto set my hand and affixed [L. S.] the seal of said «ourt at Idaho City,this 6th day of October, A. D. 1864. By order of Court. - ** JONAS W. BROWN, Clerkfr E.y. QiUY, Atty for Plffs. __ v2n4w ; Lien JZettoe. ^ ' In the Probate Court, Boise Co., Idaho T< D. P. Fouts & Jamee Taylor vg, g. jg. * Robert Sirotf.er. N OTICE is hereby given to a'd persons b or claiming liens on the îïiïMng a known as Smith & Strother*» claim», wfi situated about one hundred and fifty yard# the first bridge, from Idaho City, in said cou on the toll-road to Boise City, and whieh is boi ded on the Dorthwest by Moore's creek, lying foi. hundred feet along said creek, and runs back th< same width to the hill at right angles with tht creek, including creek and bar ground within sail dimensions ; for further description, bn the op.pc site side of the creek from this ground, aud lyin: northwest from it, are the Last Chance claims ; o upon the ditch or the race connected therewith or upon the said mining ground, or any of tt rights or appurtenances thereunto belonging : i be and appear in the said Probate Court on tt fourth Monday in January, 1865,and during tl January terra of said court for 1865, and then ai there exhibit the proofs of said liens. v2n4w3 E. F. GRAY, Att'y for Plfs. dride:s Livery Stable & Corral Montgomery Street, Between Commercial and Wallula street», IDAHO CITY. BUGGY, SADDLE AND CARBIAGÎ HORSES. "VTEW and FASHIONABLE BUGGIES AN ll Carriages always ready, day or night, at minute's notice. fl®. Horses received on board per day or mo at reduced rates. D|YPEN JücCMNTOGi Iji jiiji .a Am .