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iEPTBMBER 10, 1875
U Noble and Miss
£?£ in»rri«l by the Hev.
thP M. E. Church, Tues.
before the hour set,
^'.scrowd^l with people, who
- * i,h ansiCly for ,he brlde
y
____ -
t v Rowe. After the mar
Ur J-*•• 1 , . ,
mevrcpainHl u. the res.
iCjIoot. »^re ,he -v iwrecon.
^tobelblly as tine ami gtKHl,
^ihsntliecaslu
gpiii leave In a tew da
^.itove n»m«l
|C,«M '"V"™
lf>ÄS
W® „«ended by Mrs., and the
E Howe. After the mar
toth ? rc3i
j. Howe, v
friends. ---_
^sssr^rs'&s
EÎ 7 «* -r 7 ™>
"\;.«*viu. These animals are
* ' n our Territory, and their
i0i ,l, 1 nfc«sl« rp ?' #l Mr
tfiillrt' oi " ab ''' l ;' vs '' l,l ' ,r ' '" llt
LriW •• -
L'fcwwof i-wiifnu-nt was créa
y«t the wtrk by the arrest of Kd.
[ .«rnnakiiig a ilraw on theWouu»
■r^samw.... .in- wi.su»
âftbrn»** 1 ^ . I » » •
uwr. whirl» was increased by his
*^ h , wte wdiking the streets
Of the hands of the
? while another warrant was be
......
. riite Wed.
Ml! l.-iki- 1'iiy, when-,
V '* ! ' uu> Hn ^ then I
;o tith-T San Fram i-eo, or the
. fteirdeparture will U'>adl\ telt in
... ...... -
L;û3S2i-0 1 ' ' ,
I i n- *h* T.
I
icPETtBS'S. who «IU t.rotti'lil *»v* r
• c-v . fe« days ago, after
I . , ", ,
Liar telly mashed up by having a
• 1 W«ln«d«y night
r vi- will U- .:ulh n-c.-ivnl In lus
I j**' - -
I s ; ther*Uleoft!>e Basin,
I* _
I "*y . , . .»
: ' IBIS > ItMIfiDf to Mr
A o-:. cl . morning f»»r the
•• . f the R.'in. where ihev will
Lc-liihs ahJ then to Kelton.
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Tria
— ill K\|h-'
r of th«*
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*n ;ol r i;
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r _ranl- to
Mr an*l
h 7 S X,l
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. i«*s»lay rVi
ning In
Lr
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w;a- « \
'
r ; M C
VN.N Vf
>t. of Pi**n
*«T. b*ft
*a>Uv a >n
. ■' _• !"
»r > irt Kra:
ri-«*o.
■* f* lr- k"'
»! bu-_
haul in* p
a k. from
, p , ■
g •
P * . i'f
T, 7;
»ving
v*t\ warm
wt*allt**r
rXii ' f ole year.
' HY N \IS*I.K»*N VM) THK
s William.—N i|w»|e«»n h;td an«»
for III m *•«• if
nns
Ii thi- rrt>wn that he »*>
"* pi»ee*l ujH»n Li* head with his
"*- * * .i- < t*n irai •»! N'ltn* Dime.
'/■»ello: • ir< !-, from which sj»ril»ij
.. 1
1 " f> ■*'irmo?in , .i d hv the jjlo|>e*ind
•' ir, ' ÎH ' J° in ,lie rirr!r
*' ( 'nv* .» rh.w.-r« and miniature
downfall, it r* mained in the
r..
'•A'Un* until if was a--unie*l by
^diaparte, when Napoleon III.
Emp«*ror in It is now
nlisof France, whieli have only
• brought hack to Paris from th»
^P°rt to which they were s« nt
.* during the Prussian invasion

"
'
•luring tho 1'nnrian inv,,i„n.
*■"* reg, " ,wa ........ ..
ls y judge* from some of the (#er
"piphsofthc* Emperor William,
the new German Empire is
i^uliar -hape, apparently copietl
°W Carlovin^ian diadem. It is
' e ' hut a jKilygon, being formed
re ^ P( l plates of pold united bv the
I». B J
waving above them two arches,
? the usual gh»V>e and cross.—
Journal.
• ♦ ♦ ------ — .......
op ahti.masonic history.
! *»Tgta Oi Tol d by Thnrlow Weed.
^personally know William
w h° was for more than two
Writing- his book in a house
re sidencc, at Rochester.
Pplied to by Mr. Pyer, my
,r n< -*ighhor, where Morgan
^ print the book purporting
le the " * * ** w T
..........
te secrets of Masonry, 1
do *>. believing that a
18 taken an oath to keep
38 •» right to disclose
fh »ot a Freemason, I had
fevorab e opinions of an
to which Washington,
,( i Lafayette belonged. On
Morg
an
my refusing to print his book
removed to Batavia, where l,e m'ade
tho acquaintance of David 0. Müler
nil 1 frvw «P ik - a t ,c 'i
^^ , " lance 0{ D avid 0. Müler,
c 1 or 0 * 0 Advocate, also a Mason,
"£ ' **"» his publisher. ! pag '
bne "J over a series of facts wlnVh
were judicially established, embrac
ing the arrest of Morgan his ,
«nee to and confinement in the county
. I 'V'.« UJ «Jig III
111 close carriages through Rochostnr
*fcvv.uc»ier,
Clarkson and along the ridge road to
Fort Niagara, in the .....
*»«* to and confinement in the countv
J- •««■—*-.'
Wa ® rt ea8e f an( * conveyed by night
,n close carriages through p«„i._a__
---wuimcu. mine thus
confined Knight Templar encampment
nTSürirüS"-. w, ~ »
and
which he
Fort XTionf«^ •" .7 "''O'' tu
' A la £ a,a » An the magazine of
winch he was confined \v»»n<*
.empmra nan Decn roused by speeches
and wiue, Colonel William King, of
LockjMirt, invited four men (Whitney,
Howard, Clmbbuck and Garside) from
# I tAl I« 4 . .. A A I 1 . •
-wnjAi.t, unticu iuur men (Whitney,
Howard, Clmbbuck and Garside) from
Hieir seats at the bauqueting table in
t.. ...I:,.:..:_____________ . .
.
111
------- .. U ,,vjuwiiug taute i
^Ijoining apartment, where he in
formed them that lie an order from the
Grand Master (DoWitt Clinton) the
execution of xvhi.-h r....nir a> l
u i 11 1 un me
otecuti m f .., .■ "*
4 xec lit ion of which reiiuired their as
. . Thia n«*.. » , 4 , i
a,8t *! ,ce ' 1 V" ty was then driven
Nlagura, reaching the fort a little
betöre twelve o'clock.
I pon entering the magazine Colonel
Ki* ' --- 1 " ......
« • r> •••••.-, "'.uit voium i
Ml by Ki "b' Morgan that his friends
1 completed their arrangements for
I his removal to and residence upon a
farm in Canada. Morgan walked
with them to the wharf, where a boat
was held in readiness tor them hv* !• i.
!H'SS for them hv 1*2 i i
, w as Iielu iu readiness for them hv 1*21 i
, . *
sria Adams, an invalid schlier, into
j wllio |, ,| ie party passed and n.wcl!
, . . . ,
away, Adams remaining to warn the
*
boat off by signal if on lU return any
alarm bad Iki-ii given. Il was m-ailv
*
two »'clock in tltc morning wlien tin?
_ r
boat Glinc hack havin'** SO \dà!lis t'X
* ~ ' %
pn sse l it, h»st one man, only five of
the six U*ing on U.aril when the boat
retune tl. \\ h**n tin* boat readied a
fuidit U'liere th.» \ i.-nrurn river etimf i.*s
Xtotl
t.d
M »! Lrau'
h
»• »' i v, t
o «*iî
!it*r end
i >f \v
hi«*
. a sink* i
was
atta
«died In*
\V t*
tin
MWH
ov*
it
>ard.
It h
■i «lilt* to
tiiO
m**r
n t y*
of
« ;
»v*n.
v Cl
int<»n t*»
say
hat
Col
»111*1
K
:iig* ha
»1 n*>
sii«*h <>r*
tier
and
n» »
SIR
til'*.
*!t
a.lthol
it y
» make
use «
»f h
is na
i f I- !
» ]*»*i
. aKo, to
a*M
tha
t not
»* •
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llirsi* r
i.»ii
Mirviv«*.
John
W
hlim
y, «
f
i !» »."'a*'
• t*'r.
win tu i
ndaf
p.1 ;
dl tl
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it «
um*.{a
no s
c *!i net*t
t*d \v
ith
tin* 1
i-*t
a»*
t in ill
tî tr:
tartly {•»
' list* at Albany in 1 > * * 1, in the pres«-nee
' f million I». .'«*W« tt. <»! i l.irKS n, •mu
^.inoiel Barton, t Bewiston.
----------------- '■ ......... "
N ' Vnjau*tr*tn\ ml Administrât* r of
tb«> *»*»»<• named tat.', to t»je cr.*d|t<-'« ef Slid »H
»--r*or>» havtntf claim« sgalnst «aul o«>* **«*»«•!. **'* *
htlutths *am«\ With th" ;i>-.*e«o.ary vouchers, aitiiin
j S"S';!nXÆnJ» h î* a ihî rmrlÂïnal w. Prow,
! in Idaho
Notice to Creditors.
j>tats of Alfred I». Saun 1er«, deceased
N OII. K IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THK I' SPEIT
. . • - *«. I A .lmln*«tri!»ir (ll
he tame, ■with It: nece«*arv » e »•*•*•*•
. ... . ,e v Idaho Terril* rv.
1 ' *-• * MARGARET SAUNDERS,
Admiai«tnitrlx.
JONAS W. BROWN.
Administrator.
Idaho City. June 5th. 1ST.».
f>lr«a»nt and Profl*«»»lr Employment.
— ••Beautiful:** ••Charming!" * <>h. how lovelv.
"»"•"fÄtal; "Äs« Chromo
'-•* •"«i „Cm, rhrooio
K;ÄL. AryU.« I-* rf.'. I 'irni* -t Art.
!» CO.. 7.VI W-hlnghm «...
Boston. TA*»*
T O
«1
Notice.
^ 0. COMSTOCK AND AI.L
^■ tb Tt I 3. Tonk-n. hkve done *orï ^ "J 0 " n n d l
JE 5 Ä of «h«
mCt ' alla ^ t C he WiUiam Tcll fir the benefit of par
expended on the w »limm i days
rrä'Ä -e « ** * iu
he forte.ted «> me hy operetlon of y TO }fBEH.
Rockt Ban, Joly 16 » 1875 *
H«gg OLVTZOIF JEOÏXCS. ^
VTOTICE
JÄÄs'iÄSg
SSJTS^tJS' «W5: SSStt*
ÿSTÂS S,u «« .»• ^~ LT WILU8 ,
«»» dm*col.
ida*o oitt, Angnat 10 , iwi
H&££»gi 5 FÆæsâ
— . ..
T» ... -a»
creUona of 7°°^ n . , w m ^ cn d a recipe that
SS ^re"«rFREEOF CHAROF T h '- great
^"* dy L d ÏTî385ir*8ÏÏlfeSîe7ope to the
Amertca- Send » D , Bible Haute,
Rkv. JoexrHi- •
Hew York CUjf. —
AND B.IRDK
SPRINGS.
WARM
" A R * ......._
COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
u ' AVINô TAKEN CHARfiF ------
ready at a11 times » *nd everything about
kept clean and neat.
rnAiiR oUUrtRi PROPRIETOR.
IJTaunq taken charge op this popular
HOT AND COLD BATHS
«, and everything about the house
kept clean and neat.
— » — —
?u' riU 1>e dono 10 contrib "? e "
------ ICUU*
— vw«,wu»um«m auu am prepared to receive
FERMAMEMT B0ARDEM OR TRANSIENT
The LADIES' DEPARTMENT will Decontrolled by
MRS. COOPER,
the
[decl4tf
11 *71
I I ll
Il A M N! Ll Pü ÜT ft U fl
U d i\ 0 M i\ Ö 0 1 Il il
flD A HT»PD nDV?T?T7 V IV«
GRANITE CREEK, I. T
Tho most complete and commodious store, and the
uiost extensive stock of goods to be found in Boise
county, outside of Idaho City. Our stock of goods
most extensive stock of goods to be found iu Boise
compri8e°. uUide ° f Idaho City ' 0ur8tock ofgoodB
(fbr-tilS A.>U UAHUWAKE,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
SADDLES AND HARNESS
comprises
TINWARE, GLASS,
queens and hardware,
MINEB'S OUTFITS. DRYGOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS A SUOES,
sud, in short, everything that .s demanded iu the
the market; and wo
SELL FOR CASH CHEAPER
tiiau any other house iu Boise county. Call and see
wur gooUKind learn our prier*, und we will make it
our K w Gi*and learn ouc prices, uudwewill make
I to your advantage to b>l} ot us.
Augi-trj a. danskin a* co.
................._--------------------
Ttfotice
t l-l-1 l-l'-'ON. KNOW 1N(. 1111.M
j x Jl selves indebted to me wither by note or account
I r«qa«rt«d 10 c*n Md p»y the Mine to Mr.
j Zsek E. Klkin. who ts full) authorized to transact any
1 ® U41 * 11 fur me uni in my umu? tirnil fnrthef
AOtic«. J. h. Ukkd.
idsho city. J»u. ai. i»T5.
................. ..... . ....... - ....... . ......... .
^A/AG0N AND CARPENTER SHOP
. _ . , ., __ _
V« *» J Main Street, Idaho Cny, Oa.*«;
H. JONES,
j»r« »j »rictor.
Makos
a s]»«a*iality
of repairing* wag
uns, l»i
-T^it S. A»*. N
<»im* hut tlie
BEST
SEASONED TIMBER USED
an l n rk
warrant« »1 njual
to any in th<* country
» tr;*!.
---------—-----------
CIGARS !
1 UTW on hsud. and for wile in lot* tf> suit pur
l'l«,-erv»lle. Idaho.
aV IJLC^I^klO
LUXA HOUSE
CvTKf loairt-ffien wd Commfrrul Stress,
XÄ. o. LOTTBY,........Proprietor.
iiavixg again ASSUMED con
[ L trol of the above named house, I k* v ® refurn
lehed the seme with oew beds Mtd bedding. Single
or double rooms for guests.
For all line« l«j*din g out ol M.bo City
.« .hi. hou«.. U«»- M-tf
city drug store,
JÂÏdtîÂM
J^^aiT
THE TABZjE
Will be snpplio«. with tho best the market affords.
THE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
DR. H. ZIPF, PROPRIETOR,
Keeps for sale a full stock of
DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATE*~
MEDICINES,
a»«»
Flue
XOOB SOAP. BF.OSHES AHO PEBFUMEBT
Also
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
for medicinal u»e.
Frcocrtption* compounded with care. Order» ao
o'"" 1 *-" pro,n, ''-"- 1 p
_ —---—---
Pmm ,u. A Co.. 10 State Street. Bo.
^ p. r k Row, New York, and 701 Chestnut Street
p h|ladelphlâf are our Agent, for procuring advertise
rnuau«.F « he above cities, mu
1 ÏÏÏÏÏÏ ÄaTÄ H ourlow««
rates. ____—
OBSTACLES TO 1URRIABK.
n.ii.f for Yoang Men from the ef
Keliei ior u , a Manhood
New
reme-
en-
--------419
Institution
B0I8E CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Wm. B. Morris—Agent Northwestern Stage Com
pany; also. W. F. & Co. *8 Agent.
W. 0. Tatro—Proprietor Rocky Bar Stage Line.
Wm. H. Nye—Drug Store.
F. R Coffin & t o.—Stoves, Tin and Hardware.
C. W. Moore—First National Bank of Idaho.
1\ J. Pefly—Harness, 8addle and Leather Depot.
T. Logan—Dry Goods, Groceries and Clothing.
R. B. Reed & Co.—Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Clothing, Wiues and Liquors.
D. Falk & Co.—Dry Goods, Groceries, and Cloth
ing.
L. Schwabacher & Co.—Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Clothing.
P. Sonna— Groceries, Hardware, Iron and Steel.
0. Jacobs—Flouring Mill and Distillery.
Bilderbeck k Schnabel—Groceries, etc.
C. Jacobs—Dealer in Flour, Bacon and Whisky.
S. Spiegel—Variety Store.
D. Levy—Groceries.
P. Cohen—Groceries.
Mrs. P. Cohen—Variety Store.
J. B. Broadbent—Jewelry, Clocks and Watches.
J. Brumm— Jewelry, Watches and Clocks.
P. Humphry—Jewelry, Clocks, and Watches.
James A. Pinney—Book and Variety Store.
Wm. Bayhouse—Boot and Shoe Store.
J. Pollard—Boot and Shoe Maker.
J. Stool s—Boot and Shoe Maker.
A. B. Monson—Furniture Store and Cabinet Ma
ker.
A. Hagar—Furniture Store.
Mrs. Chas. Ostuer—Millinery Store and Dress
Maker.
Mrs. Isaacs—Millinery Store and Dress Maker.
Mrs. Wineheimer—Dress Maker.
J. Slocum—Dealer iu Hay and Grain.
J. Case—Produce Store and Dealer in Grain.
Jas. H. Twogood—Depot Agricultural Implements
and Agent Florence Sewing Machine,
1. B. Curry—Photographic Artist
R. E. Howlett—Assortment Store.
F. Daugel—Bakery.
D. Levy—Bakery.
G. W. Gess k Co. —Meat Market.
Wm. It. James—Meat Market.
J. A. Bennett A Co.—Meat Market.
Capt. J. W. Griffin—Overland Hotel.
Bush k Young—Central Hotel.
A. P. Turner—Turner House — hotel.
J. H. Gordon—Capital Restaurant.
J. Sheffer—Confectionery and Chop House.
Agnew k Race—Livery Stables and Feed Corral.
C. Howell—Livery Stable and Feed Corral.
Chas. Nelson—Livery Stable and Feed Corral.
W. Morse—Corral and Feed Stable.
C. Hunt—Corral and Feed Stable.
A. Rossi—Lumber Yard.
U. K. Howlett—Lumber Yard.
Burrett Williams—Lumber Yard.
A. J. Marstou—Carriage, Wagon, Blacksmith and
Gunsmith Shops.
J. 11. Jacksou—Blacksmith Shop.
1! Thompson—Blacksmith Shop.
Baldwin k Hemphill—Blacksmith Shop.
G. W. Stilts—Blacksmith Shop.
J. Woods—Blacksmith Shop.
T. C. Maupin—Foreman N. W. 8. Co.'s Machine
Shops.
\V. C. Carlton—Foreman N. W. .Co.'s Carriag
Shops.
K. l*e Lord—Small Grocer.
(>. itobbin*—Wood Yard.
Rein Bros.—Wood Yard.
M. Milleinan—Wood Yard.
Ren Anderson—Carpenter Shop.
M. Byrd—Carpenter Shop.
K f'orbns—Carpenter Shop.
Gfi rge Kill*—Carpenter Shop.
».«•orge Knglehart—Carpenter Shop.
T. I.an ill - Carp« iter .shop.
H. Vuthotiy—< arpenter Shop.
Capt. Allen—( arpenter Shop.
Fred. Beck hart—Carpeuter. Sevt ral others, names
net known.
Ravlioufie A McHenry—Shaving Saloon and Bath
H<»u«c.
Hi, re )« also a Barber Shop in Overland Hote
l,it tiitu g«, nano# ot proortetor not yet ascertained.]
J. Sinclair—Tatior Shop.
L. F. Cartee—Fruit Trees and general Nursery.
PLACERVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
J. V. R. Witt— G tMtoral M«*rohandise. Plaza.
Weiler v\: Smith—General Merchandise.
Plaza.
James Eagan—Justice of the Peace.
Robert K. Irvin—Constable.
John Myer— Postmaster. Granite street.
Myer & Smith—Drugs «fc Medicines and
Fancy Goods. Granite street.
Myer «fc Smith—Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Aient». Granite street.
W. J. Rothwell—Physician and Surgeon.
Granite street.
J.W. Davison—International Hotel. Plaza
Mrs. Margaret Buckley—Idaho Hotel.
Granite street.
Mrs. D. Steckles— Phoenix Restaurant.
Plaza.
Garrett, Hayes & Co.—Empire Meat Mar*
et. Plaza.
O. Donnell <fc Co.—City Meat Market.
Jas. McKay—Magnolia Saloon. Plaza.
D. Donovan—International Saloon. Plaza.
Cris. Anderson—Miner's Saloon. Plaza.
Charles Kobney—Brewery and Saloon.
Plaza.
Diehl & Martin—Blacksmith Shop. Plaza.
Martin Cathcart—Shoe Shop. Plaza.
Alex. Orchard—Livery Stable. Plaza.
P. Langrie—Cabinet Maker. Idaho street.
A. J. Boreland — Cabinet Maker. Broad
way.
John Merrill—Tin Ware. Plaza.
Andrew Canran—Barber Shop. Idaho
street.
D. . C. Holden—Carpenter Shop. Idaho
street.
John E. Saunders—Carpenter Shop. Gran
street.
W. A. Hutchinson—Carpenter Shop. Gran
ite street.
Andrew Foison —Carpenter Shop. Plaza.
Mike Halley—Milk Dealer. Pine street.
J. W. Davison—Agent Northwestern Stage
Company. Office—International Hotel.
J. C. Shepherd—Payette Exprès*. Granite
d. Campbell—Jeweler and Watchmaker.
W. Garrett, John Ellis» Philip Clouder
Elected School Trustees for ha coming
—rr for District No. 4, April 6th, 1676.
The WEEKLY WOULD—ihe lar
gest, beet and cheapest paper ever pub
lished inthe Territory—Subscribe for ü
and send it to yovr friends—mly $3.26
a year.
seats Yotra Obdebs at Szlsbt's.—P ersons deair
g to be called np of mornings at an earlier hoar
an usual will please leave their orders at the Post
flee Bookstore. Jons Frais.
Night Watchman.
Bale Forbidden.
T HE DESCRIPTION OF THE MINING CLAIMS
of John Strong offered at Sheriff's sale having
been made out so as to include ground below and
above Willis A Driscoll's water ditch, I hereby for
bid the .selling of the same to a greater distance than
within sixty feet below the ditch, as my mining pro
perty extends above and to a line that far below seid
ditch.
I also give notice to all parties that when I sold
an interest in said mining ground now offered at
sheriff's sale to John Strong I reserved a dnmf '
privilege on the same, which I still reserve
claim according to law.
I make public these frets so that no future trou
ble may arise.
August 10,1875. GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN.
IDAHO CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
C. 8. Kingsley, general merchandise. Main Street.
J. B. Fisher, blacksmith, corner Montgomery and
Wall streets.
G. W. Crafts, general merchandise, Main street
Thomas Barry, general merchandise, Commer
cial street.
Lauer k Swinn, general merchandise, Main
street.
G. Marre, Tin and hardware. Main street
D. B. Kimmel, watches and Jewelry, Main street
J. B. Emery, general merchandise, Main street.
Ed. Fulmer, general merchandise, main afreet
George Dunigan, hotel. Main street
W. Payne, carpenter. Main street
John Runyan, painter, corner Commercial -and
Wall streets.
Dr. Sheffer, physician and surgeon, Wallula
street.
Dr. H. Zipf, physician and drugstore. Main street
Rowe k McDevitt, meat market Main street
A. Strauss, commission and storage business,
Main street
John Garrecht meat market Main street
N. Haug. brewery, Main street
C. W. Moore k Co., First National Bank, Main
street.
John Good, Tonsorial artist. Main street
8. C. Silaby. books and stationery, Montgomery
street
M. G Luney, hotel, Luna House, corner Mont
gomery and Commercial streets.
W. W. Black, livery and feed stable, Main street
Wulff k Miller, soda fretory, Wall street
Tincher A Holland, saloon, Main street
Matt Zapp, saloon, Main street
McClintock k Stewart feed and livery stable,
Montgomery street.
Martin Mellennovich, restaurant, Wall street
William Mautz, boot and shoe shop, Main street
Hay A Cowan, blacksmiths, Main street
John Harley, blacksmith. Main street
Henry Freidenger, bakery and fruit store. Main
street.
Dolioux, grocery and liquor store, Montgomery
street.
Chas. Mautz, boot and shoe ahop, Main street
Heman Jones, wagon maker. Main afreet
Josiah Cave, blacksmith, Main street
Thomas Dixon, tailor, Mainatreet
Stuck A Eli. carpenters. Main street
Lester A Furguson, carpenters, Montgomery
street.
Dr. B. Simpson, physician and dentist, Commer
cial street,
John B rod beck, fruit and cigar store. Main street
B. F. Lodge, watchmaker, Main afreet
George Bennett upholsterer, Montgomery street
There is a saw mill just outside of town owned by
Morrill. Thompkins A West snd another two miles
from town owned by Willis A DriacolL The latter
Co. has a lumber yard on Main street; the formerai
their mill. The school house and Good Templar
hall are also on Main street and one or two Chineae
stores. There is a Methodist Church on Wall afreet
Pioneer Business Directory.
Madigan & Cannady, general merchan
dise.
Pat Noonan, butcher shop.
John Veasey, saloon.
Jerry Mernan, vegetable stand.
Callahan & Co., draymen and vegetable
stand.
S. B. Connolly, upholster and carpenter,
Michael Garrity, livery stable.
James Coleman, lodging house.
Adam Lind, blacksmith shop,
Michael Garrity, hotel.
Daviner & Co., general merchandise.
James 8 tad tm ill er, brewery and saloon,
Richard Stokes, butcher shop.
Hull & Tucker, woodyard.
Bird Loftus, drayman.
Geo. W. Smith, store.
One Chinese store.
E. A. Stevenson, ditch owner.
Ben Wilson, saw mill and ditch owner,
CENTERVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
G. W. Crafts, dealer general merchandise,
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express office—O
W. Crafts, Agent.
Jerome Beardsley, fruit, cigars and beep,
Jerome Beardsley, blacksmith shop.
C. C. Meffert, hotel,
Hardin &. Daly, butcher shop.
S Dempsey, livery stable.
Joe Brousau, boot and shoe maker.
Fred Heoflein, cabinet shop.
George Cartwright, hay and feed story.
Postoffice, P. J. Moore, postmaster.
Louis Perre, restaurant.
Channell &> Church, saw mill.
B. F. Cbapnell & Co., ditoh.
8. K. GoJdtrap, ditch.
Hong Wo Chang, Chinese store.
So Lung Co., Chinese store.
Chue Kee Co., Chinese store.
Ohne Ke Co., butcher shop.
Doctor Chung, Chinese drug stoffc
V. Harmon,

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