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fjn O WORLD.
.2_____MARCH 6, 1815.
,.i iroti««-—rw« hundred fast or good No.
throe pipes And noule«, and « quantity
) jiud duck boas, all in good condition, lor
'*^2Xy. Apply to
^jjTpeb. 30.1875. Tw*. Baut.
yora OanuM at SmanT'a.—Persona deair
*** called up of morning* at an earlier hoar
10 ^ will pleeee tea** their ordere at the Poet»
"nook»»«- Rjfem Wmh *.
^tor of the Wonu> haring been too aick to
^ U) tke duties of the editorial department dur*
il ùe kît week, a good deal of responsibility ia
placed in our ban da; and it being the
> re have erer been called upon to fill the
T "7cb*i* • 404 b€in * with other work, we
U [ promise to make thia number of the paper an
yjjg one. We find it not ao eaay to "write for
^wtpaper" as we had auppoeed. First, there'a the
i°tf-ial departtue 0 ** We would like to aay some
but they are inconsistent; there are things
jje consistent, but they do not exactly agree
the c'uscience. Next in importance ia the news
B s which require time and patience in selecting.
there's the selection«— what one may read with
T^fstmsy be obnoxious to another. The reader
jrt »: a that it is impossible to please all.
"7 rt «-ill do the beet w# can under the ci ream
Mr. James Thompson, of Ptaeerrille,
.flitted Fuieide, tin Sunday morning last He
vü »a old resident of the Basin, having lived at
[p i« r.he »2d v icinity for the last eight or ten years.
Iptiv.thiii the last eighteen months or two years he
1i^fd in sniaiug, but tuen embarked in the saloon
L. ;ö j ;a Placerville. He was a man well liked,
ri joss »ill be deeply feit in the community.
5 . ■nibr.ricd. last Tuesdy. by the Odd IMlowa, of
[ihich Order he was a worthy member. Rev. D. G.
I... 2 g ..Cciated, and it is sxid he delivered an inter
[esting md eloquent sermon over the body, at Thomp
son * HxlL Business troubles an* supposed to be
i -'-t a»»« that led him to commit uie dead.
ivTTL Pcll. — Idaho City is awful doll now— no !
iKià w o»ke ihe paper interesung, not even « ùog I
öis orM.-iteacnt of any kind— no nothing; but we \
aus: b»ve locals for the Woeud. It has been sug
fsai to uj that if there are no locals, "get 'em
i 2 T'_:w " If something don't happen by next week,
V» expect to be -'kinder get*n Vm snyhow."
Krr: une:x— dr. A. A. Spam, of Centers die. who*
been #y»*a.iiug the winter with relatives in Geor
M Mirurd by Ust Wednesday's stage. He ha a
t»ruty-fiv** years, and ex; resse« b ms« if
is .r.iz - d} eased with hi» visit. Mr. Spam
i aaJ ,>«f ai duxen, and we welcome him
Hx n. P. x l< wxt> left. Ls-t CMiurday morning,
f.r Vi-tf.i.ii City. Nevada, on t> usine*- cocuccUd
rib ins q .* l We hope he wil» meet with succ
M 2 wr»oL*.iy, x:»J a» « public bcue -t. A 1«*
- n. r.ei. '«wuld ti.vgc L <.'!»«• county u-«c of ti.c
'. it .oil i___: • w.-iricis ou :h- c i.-n
lit Ci.ua iiiu -a*c been st it rgaia. Thi* tux.
. ; « .. r " Mr Txnuehill by tuf«-nng b *>
eight itu»-«t as snd .acki g - L
A htt-e »bot gua physic in t«*e
.- ;.t-ru.*y » iT 'O'-i rcoieiiy m suen
»uci . rr* orutueQ«! l .eui.
Fi.. i i ; nv «le letter received by Mr. J lines Hsy
Î- jnj.. >r.iu >I«rx. fiuruieriy * f thu* o y. l*ai
- • u- ; : ru t . re t»U»iue»s <U l*oith»..a. *f ie»m
■ ui l... tu r.ver is »till Icozc u* r. Ih- city
»'vrydih, *.M m »uey »curcc. lir A. If. ssunders
-re s end.an the winter there.
Ti,-.- editor wss iskeu *.cA *n»i »>Jiibi.ed It*
***te»l ^>a in Uy e*e»«iug. Febnssry scig. «nd oculj
evtamg «■«•» is s very -nisi couditum. lit j
•*i:i »ire i-f Dr. Zipf. *nd is on the uwmj j
-sextets '.j be s: u.s p-xt in t* u dsys u r two;
». ku«jvr'.cJge exit*, dunug tbr
UbLS.-'R' ____ ___ o
!r i Lr. W. J. K^tbweli. of PUcerville. stiJ
M. J Biddy, of B-ratcn. The doctor came over
"C .wtarisy L.^;,t u profe»*ioasi basine«», snd re
tke lullosnug evtuicg.
ui ibis issue am Ab -r uiter*s*tuig letter
îfQ ® Boue City. "Itcajs" un ierstands bow to disb
s;,d we » juli recommend ibat all wbo d«v
t » « c*.q> p. on aflairs at Botte City to read hia
—— V*c»«LJ3f, who reside* somewhere on the
B«»*City road, met with * very patnfal accident, a
*iv day» Jf hy driving a pick through hta foot. We
i * T * tot learned as to bow be i* getting along with
Jskes Jcoox. who left here «bout ten days
*?>■ for South Mountain. 1« to engage in the œercan»
^ business there, ao we learn from the A
** he will have better eucceee t h a n be dul here.
A oon of the Penn Monthly, published at Pbiladel
^ Beau., is on our table. It contains valuable
atoraiaticn in the way of science, literature and
Mitics, x&d is very neatly printed.
Wl return thank* to Mr. S. C. Stlaby, of the Poat
Bo»,kstoi e, for favor* in the way of itawapapera
4on »* the past week. Anything in tba new* or peri
fiû« can be bad of him.
*** Ytsxaca.—About eight or nina inebee of
^ hi] during the past week. Indications are
hvorable for a good mining «««son than ever.
^ w * w *»t is an early start.
w* happy to learn Mr. James W. Davison,
#ro !**tor of the Iiilu nari i-* botal, MacarvtUa.
^ Jws been very ill of pneu monta, is Cast improv
^■»xd —Mr. Charles Magea Mturnad to this
ky Sunday evening** stage, from Owyhee,
t*kcr» b« bas bees during the winter.
J*- J ««cx a Dst is near at han*- wa woaM
' to ta* our Irish brathzaa ceW
^■«taaday loaded with i
T Ï. KaMWLuefBois^aty. wmftm
^ *«*k with a load of hoar.
la oar i G 1 — » lotaa
A fXW JhBBBSVZATIOirs FSOX BOISE CUT.
* . . ' March 4,1875
Boite City, if I mistake not, ia at an altitude
<h twrnty.two hundred and fifty feet above
th»* sea, but ia much higher than that in morals,
ind »«try, beautiful wour*h and iutellectual en
It« population is between one thousaud and
Four schools conjoin to teach the young idea
how to ahoet, with an average daily attendance
of something near two hundred pupils. St.
Michael'*, the public school, and two private
schools—one taught by Mrs. Blake, aud the
other by Miss Helen Kelly. All excelleut in.
titutions of learning.
Three Church edifices and four religious de
nominations point out the way to heaven, and
fourteen gin mills assist (so the gospel singers
say) the way-woru traveler on the broad,
gauge road to destruction. The churches are
S resided over by Bevs. Lyttou, Episcopalian :
. B. Foster. Baptist : Van Anda, Methodist;
and Father Mespiie, Catholic. Each is well
attended, the pastors of whom are earnest la
borers in the cause of Christ, and are greatly
esteemed by the people generally.
To offset the fourteen gin mills, two temper
ance organizations are in full blast, the mem
bers of both of which number at present some,
thing like two hundred ; and at every regular
meeting these lodges turn out from three to
five first class temperance sharps—that is to
say that number is initiated and enrolled un
der the banner oi strict sobriety
Crossmeo and Good Templars are doing noble'and
work in reclaiming the weak and fallen rota
ries of intemperance ,
There are two lodges of the Brothers of the !
mystic tie—A. F. and A. Masons; both j
wealthy and numerous in members. |
Also one Lodge of Odd Fellows, likewise
prosperous in numbers and finances.
Might say, while un secret societies, that
Ben Anderson and George Stilts are talking of
organizing a l«»dge of the ancient Order of
E Clampeus Vitus; which institution, it is
thought, would flourish and wax strong, under
the manipulations of these two worthy Mas
Four doctors feel the pulse and prescribe
phvsic tor the people of this place; but at
present there is a dead calm in tûe pills, coffin,
and grave-digging market. The physician has
taken to his library, the coffin maker to re- :
pairing dilapidated buildings, and the grave- j
digger, alter a series of ominous growls, at
the scarcity of "stifts" to plant has turne«l his
attention t»» scoppiag <mt post hole*. Th«* two
P* r *'
latter gentlemeu seem to hold the doctors res
ponsible for the great falling off in their busi
ness, which is wrong; aud a few billions at
tacks by wav of a starter might pr<*ve it Th
most t<> blame probably is General
Health, who n«»vv bolds high carnival in these
Eleven honest lawyer* dance attendance to
the rulings of .fudge l ijtk. which u) right
judge j.i.*»u]»*s at the rii-tri<*t court n«»w in ses
»u».i. i'hc learned geutiemcn can cite in»*re
authorities in twenty iiiiuut**s than all the in
telligent juries in the country con'd e »mpre.
hem* and remember in a I l>-t:me Without
w ■■»hing to bri'.g t»» the surtare the vv* !. known
■modesty »if our lawyers. 1 challenge the l'a
riii? sl»u*e to pi inlin e a finer ga'ax) <d 1-ga'
ta'eut tl an now compos
anvone of w a»» n w» ,t j! I
an eminent postft»»n w h»
hn'ig out t :s shingb*
it thi* nlarr.
! ami r<*f:sin
l.ef me in a manner »
Ib.tse ( it; I >r; < lo..d«
j. j, — T I.» gu. i: B 1?..... \ A »... I* Falk »
$Co.L Schwabs»-her A O» —four. Fach <
til» se firms »leal largely !U the nrtic! -s ue
.1 as well as in w me» and l:u e>:- I b
i * > i ! _; t
( ■ rorrri
n ninl ('i»»th
'pi eg» 1, P 1 *«»ben.
I) I.«*v;. S Spi»*g* i. F , »»h<-n.— t ■»•! r
I ,r.>c»-r;.-s and Hardware.—1*. S».nna
Hardware, stnv»*s and tinware — V . K t *»f
fin A Co.
Furniture—Gapt. B Munson, A Hager
Drugs, paints: etc , etc — W m II. Nye
This estaMishuient :s perhaps the finest ami
to be found thi* side of
l> ru g*. p iints: »*tc . et<*—Wm II
ctaldiahment ;s perhaps the fine
, uu- t complete of any
j^ an Francisco
* Hotel* __The Overland. Capt J. W. Griffin ;
Central, Iluali and Young: Turner House, A.
The Capital, Harry Gordon
lt»H.ts and sh»w*—Wiu Bayhous*—whole
sale und retail dealer.
Bo.»t and Sh«>e Maker#—Two sh.vp*—one by
poUard and the other by Stoolta Don t know
their inttuls , .
Blacksmith Shops—fT ^ Milts. J H. Jack
son. H. Thompson. Baldwin, Hemphill and
Butcher Shops— f». AV. (ieaa & Go.,
James. J. A Bennett three.
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Millinery Store.-Mr. Inan and Mr. O.t-,
ner— two. . p
Livery Stables and Corral* Ague & Ka ,
C. Howell and Cbas Nelaon. i v,
Corral and Feed Yards—Mr. Morse and Mr.
Jewelry Stores—J. B. Broadbent. Mr
Humphr»*y. and J. Bauo. Broadbent i* an old
reaident, and baa a very fine building and c»*t
|y atock. _ .
Bo»ik SU.re ete , etc.,—Janief A. I »nney
Lumber Yards-K. Rossi, Maj- Hewlett.
Dealer* in Grain—J Slocum. J. f ase—two.
Hoar, bacon and Whiskey—C. Jacobs.
Agricultural Implement«—Jaa. Twogood
Barber Shops— H. Bayhouse, and one in
D 'c.n>.ntfr 8hop«-B«i Andcr.nn, M. Byrd,
»ad four or «*e more run by oth«r parti«.
OnnuralA-ortmentSUire-B l.. Hewlett
Breweries—J- VmP- Joe M...eld-two,
S'«?' Hnuwi —.1 8h»ffer.
Saloon«—The gentieinen who run aaloona
«Ära * ht'jTL ny ,r j I
0ri % 8 £u 8. pTL?d Ä. Audy
CmH' Joe^ Mitleid. —Another taloon i. kept
Kw. «tree»—den't know « œ e-th.r
**n™.«,«i—Adtm Outer, M. MUlman- two.
»ilk-"' M » r " " d F D,?i —
.Fruit Tree« «nd General Nuraery— L. I?.
^Painter and Glazier—J. Welch.
Protestor of Mu*« c —L- 8cbolI
Saddle and Harness Shop— P. J. Felly.
Justice of the Peace—L. Scholl.
Brick Yard—Jim Flaunegan.
Wagon Maker—Mr. Basil.
Banker—C. W. Moore.
Dentiat—Dr. C. Arnold, aud a goad one too.
Has been a resident for ten years.
Physician«—*Dra. Stejiîn*i»i». 7 r*jadwe!l.
Smith and Taft. They nr- ail stirgroiis.
Lawyers— T. D. Cahalan. J. Bruiuback,
John Gray, Maj. Joe Huston. Judge C. Bar
bour. Judge Ned Curtis, H. E. Prickett. S.
Hasbrouck, Judge A Heed, Alansou . Smith
and Milton Kelly.—eleven.
There are some other places of business
that I cannot now call to mind, ns well as
some of the names that I may perhaps have
misspelt, or got the initials wrong. But nev
ertheless the list is sufficient to give the read
er some idea of the magnitude of business
carried on in oiiF thriving little city.
I do not exsctly know the number of houses
that have been erected during the past twelve
months, but it is considerable. Other improve
ments have also gone ahead quite rapidly. I
do know, however, that many houses will be
built the ensuing season. Items.
THE N. N. TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
Id this era of rings and corners, the spec
tacle of a monopoly without exertion, of an in
corporated monopoly without soulless oppres
sion is something refreshing. Our citizens are
all familiar with the untiring efforts with which
Messrs. Minear ^ Burr overcame all obstacles
finally succeeded in building the Nevada
and Northern Telegraph line to Silver City,
They had many difficulties to contend with.
perhaps the chief obstacle being the fact that
there was not sufficient moneyed interest in the
country through which thp line was projected
to build it with local capital, and they were
compelled to seek capital elsewhere which they j
did successfully by presenting the argument :
to miuing operators in San Francisco that.;
though it could not be show n that there was
sufficient population or business in Silver City |
to make the liue profitable as an investment, j
yet the increased facilities for operating in the!
mining stocks of Owyhee would make it profit-'
able investment to men interested in our mines, )
and upon this theory the money was raised and i
the line built- Having contemplated the con- j
neetion the Company had a perfect monopoly
»»f the telegraph business of Idaho, but contrary
to the usual rule, the Company fixed their rates
so low as to create surprise, and they have
maintained these low rates, even though the
line has barley paid the expense of operating.
having during s»»me months cost more for
mnintainance than the amount of its receipts.
I nder the management of Superintendent
Burr, the patrons of th** line have had placed
at their disposal the verv best facilities which
the telegraph could aftord All have been
treated with the utmost courtes; and we have
never heard a murnier of complaint froui any
source ;is t»> fh«* treatment of the public by th«*
Company For ourself, we can » .-.y that we
can a-k for n«* bett»*r gen«*ra! treatment than
\ve have received at tin* hand* of ti<e N. A" N
Co unlit* nfn p»<, :>n i we believe that m*
n«*;v «paper « ti tin* Facifli - cat can boast OÎ b t
t-r, nior»* var ed. or complete «üspatches than
ar»* t'irri -h»-»» !»» the trii!>ni <<t AM hail' -av
we to thi« corporation without competition.
\; hifh L'sv*-* t•
? »• pul.hr it« |(*w**«t rat«-*.
manag»** it - .*;:!
:tn <>p(H»«:tion !
urfs :u r»»-r; r» <; *-t-f as t .
■!*• »*xtrnili >1 »hlr b; s-.l>*
<>;; n: And
v. •* prrdirt that th.* r**«u
!<>;v r"»'**«. fr«***
i'«friJ*uh mi <«f t'i«* full San 1
»•i«f*»i -»'-•»■k !:-t
an»! *inif«.rm court**«; »*xf**
«• public, wh
e N A N «
a* • in im* *
■h s»-eni ti* be cardinal p<
« mar ngement. w ill !»•
•<- ;» !.i.-h W ill 1 rove f he
•\ the; h;ive ad«»pted a w i*i
tiWYHK» ('orsTY — The follow ini itemsare
<-n- »i.-i.o d fr»»m the daily Artilaiichr:
The . I * of the opinion *litt the
prospect*for a liv*-iy mining ''-a«'*u are bright
er than ever before in thee imp The tw<» sm«*l
ting furnicc* at South Mountain will turn out
t»-ii ton* of bullion p»-r day. the transportation
<>f whieh to Winnemuc'-a will give employment
to a good many teamster*.
A good many more miners will be needed in
Owyhee ns soon a* spring open*
Married at tlo* residence of Messrs Hoyt A
Lennon. Feb. IS I'•73. by Kev Tho« K Dick
ey, Thomas ,I«»ne* t»» Mr*. Remona Nunnaly,
both of Silver City.
1'errv Munday recently caught pound*
of w hite fish at a singb haul with a seine near
his f»*rry on »Snake river.
Andy Baker. Di vision Agent of the N. V.
Stage Company, has *»*nt out two men to hunt
a crossing of the Owyhee river for a stage
r«»ad from Battle Greek across the country to
South Mountain The r«mte will place South
Mountain on the direct line trom Silver City
(<> Wi „„,
Father Poulin has invented a new kind of
^graphic instrument, which is said to work
to a charm.
new boiler# lor the Ellmore mill have
^ mnn named West Grover, while hauling
at M ol ,ntain, recently, was thrown
. n front of ttlP gj^i, an j badiy kicked by one
of the horses.
Lkmiii County Items.— -Mr. John German
has kindly permitted us to peru*e a letter
to him from Mr. R. G. Dodge, dated at Salmon
City, February 11th, from which we glean the
We have had extremely cold weather here
thia winter. Two or three days in *ucce*sion
the thermometer stood 46 e b»*low zero. ^
Mr. Joseph Shelton, who was terribly wound
ed in the neck and jaw by an ox about the first
of November laat, ia improving. He ia now
able to apeak, and it is thought he will recover.
Mrs. Calvin baa been dangerously ill, but ia
On the Boise City road, Boise county, I. T.. Febru
ary 28,1879, to the Wife of WiljjaM K*»*er, a Son.
Just before going ta press, |he J611owing birth no
tice was handed int 1/
February 28. 187», to thd^ife of Patetcu Ouei»
koh a Daughter. Twelve »minder. Product of a
Missourian and wild Iriahmka. Three cheers for the
Upper Payette ! _
LIST OF LETTERS
Be raining in the Poatoffiee at idaho City, on the
6th day of Mardi, which, if not called for within thir
ty days, will be sent to theDead LetterOffloe:
Cowley-Rev. Mr. Frenette Dennis Pugh Andy
Johnson Mary • McMaster« X. Shew K.
for any of the above letters
and give data of list
9. Ç. 8IL9BT, P. M.
X 9 »Pereons
will sag,' '
Sp rial ist f«;
___:—.—_— u —5—-
sy s. U. Pkïtkxgiix k Co.. 10 Slate Street. Bo»
ton. S 7 Park Row, New York, and 701 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, are our Agente for pnciring advertise
mente for the Ida»-» Wontn in the sl>ove cities, an»
authorized to contract fur advertising at oar iowew
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Relief for Yo«ag Men from the ef
fects of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood
Restored. Impediments to Marriage removed. New
method of treatment New and remarkable reme
dies. Books and circulars sent free, in sealed en
velopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 419
North Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa.,—an Institution
having a high reputation for honorable conduct and
GRANITE CREEK, L T
The most complete and commodious store, snd the
most extensive stock of goods to be found in Boise
county, outside of Idaho City. Our stock of goods
QUEENS AND HARDWARE,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
MINER'S OUTFITS, DRYGOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS k SHOES.
and, in short, everything that is demanded in the
the market; snd we
SELL FOR CASH CHEAPER
than any other house in Boise county. Call and see
our goodsand learn our prices, and we wdl make it
to vour advantage to buy ol us.
Augl-tf] A- DAN SKIN k CO.
NEW BRICK STORE
i s now opening Lis new Spring stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Genie' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods
LADIE.V AND CHILDREN'S
i \i ms
:: \ND STI EL.
DI CK. AND IIOSE, é
«,r:,t noiiTs. glass and rrm. paints and
HARVESTING & HAYING TOOLS,
GUNS, ITSTOLS. AND
cf all kind*.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
and an endless
is now complete.
* S I BOUGHT -n IM MESSE .tuck »t
A. low rate*, while in Chic.igo. Boston,
New York, Philadelphia und »San Francisco.
I will sell Very loir for CASH, or to GOOD
SOT Having determined to stay and
help to develop this country , I shall keep
a Full Slock of Goods, to sell at Fair
Living Prices , and shall he glad t<9 see or
hear from all in t cant of goods in my
line. Orders inil be promptly filled and
on just as good terms as if the buyers
were present, and all packages of 1 to 10
pounds I will delivei' Free al Centerville
Idaho City, May 22,1873.tf
T he copartnership hereto*
fore existing between John Foster and-Pe
terson in the Miners' Home Hotel, and doing busi
ness under the firm name of Foster A Peterson, at
Quartsburg. Boise county, I. T., baa been dissolved
by mutual consent, Mr. Foster having purchased the
interest ol Mr. Peterson, will continue to conduct
the business on the premises as heretofore, receive
all debts due the firm, and pay all the liabilities
thereof. . JOHN FOSTER.
Qpartzbubo, I. T. January 27, 18TS-W4.J
A ll persons knowing them
selves indebted to me either by note or account
are hereby requested to call and pay the same to Mr.
Zack K. Elkin, who is folly authorised to tranaact any
and all business for me and in my namaunrfrtarthar
notice. •* k. Rum.
Idahp City, Jan. .31,1875.
f «*#«*! Spwrira#««.
——— « « — — « —----
GBOCSBIIS and PROVISIONS
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Bacon
* ti .'S^
CHass and Crockery Ware,
lunwuE, uni ui inn,
PAINTS, OILS and GLASS
AND OF SVSS7 VAS1BI7.
OIL CLOTH, CAEPETING
Window Shades, Table Coverinn,
PATES T MEDIC ISIS,
And a rartatj of article« too numerous to mentioa,
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S WEAR,
J. B. PAGE'S TOBACCO,
PLAYING CARDS, CI8ARS, AC.
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS.
TO CASH CUSTOMERS t You will find that
you caa purchase at Lower Rates of me than any
other housé in the Basin. THOMAS BARRY.
Idaho City, Sept. 4, 18?3tf
WAGON AND CARPENTER SHOP
vJLf ^5-3 Main Street, Idaho Cily,
E JONES, proprietor.
\i»ik« s a speciality cf repairing wag
oiii, buggies, dtc. N'one but the
BEST SEASONED TIMBER USED
and work warranted equal to any in the country.
t»ivc me a trial.
C. W. MOORE & CO.,
Do a general banking business. Sell exchange on
New York, San Francisco, Portland (OgnJ,
And the principal
The highest pi for
GOLD DUST, GOLD ANDSILYER BULLION,
In coin or currency.
tepBuj and sell greeno ks.
CITY DRUG- STORE,
OR. H. ZIPF, PROPRIETOR,
Keeps for aale a full stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT
FAINTS ANT) OZXjS,
TOILET SOAP, BRUSHES AND PERFUMERY
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
for medicinal use.
Prescription« compounded with <
Ucited and filled with promptness.
Main St, Idaho City, eecond dour hetov Eternal*«
BÇEAD, PIES, CAKES. CRACKEB80F ALL KINDS,
CIGARS ANX> TOBACCO,
Soda Water, and fruita. dried and fresh,
always on 'band, lee «ream during thf Summ«
Ordere for balls and partie« promptly filled.
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