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FLINT DISTRICT ADVERTISEMENTS.
M. L. MARX. —DEALER IS— GE\E U AI, MERCHANDISE, Main Street, trwyhee City, Flint Did.. 1. T. 5tf KAMSBELL'S SALOON, Main-st., Owyhee City. Flint IHst. ud MOST APPROVED IL vtraget. l^iiunt Cigar», etc., In quantities to suit Call in and the house will stand treat W. L. RAMSDELL. bit >ng.. DAN EDWARDS. AI«. HKMIS. BEMIS& EDWARDS' S .A. LOO 3ST, LENT STREET, LEST VILLE, Flint District, I. T. -O SAP," BILLIARDS, AXD C IGARS, of the very best quality, at the service of Cash Oust COME AND TRY THEM. REMIS & EDWARDS. in e ra . Itf - KOLJAMBK. GKO. CLAYTON. CLAYTON & FOLJAMBE'S Wholesale ami retail LIQUOR HOUSE SAMPLE ROOMS. Lentville. Lent Strf.t, und Every Fine Liquors, tlgui thine n.ually kej.t FIRST-CLASS SALOON. CLAYTON & FOI JAM BE. ltf W. R. USHKK. V H. QCACKKNBUHH. PACIFIC HOTEL qrACKEN'Bt'SH <fc USHER, PROPRIETORS, Main Street,. WE TWTKXD TO KEEP UP With the Times, and the growth of our flourishing camp, and to show the Public " know HOW TO KEEP HOTEL" QUACKF.NBUSH k USHER .Lent ville. M li • ltf TI1K TIDAL WAVE FLOATS, AND SO DOES THK Washington Meat Market! Well stocked with the very best of I1EEF. Ml TTON, PORK. All of which can be had at FAIR RATES. Just give this Market a call and Dutch Philip, while serving you, will give a learned dissertation upon the quality of beefsteaks, inters? ■•■▼sed with incidents of Australian ,!>» —relate his experiences as a Dutch butch er boy among the pretty kitchen girls, etc. PHILIP KOHLHEYER ut Star Brewery and Billiard Saloon. Fronting on Jordan ami ) Washington Sts. Silver City ./• T., .Proprietor. Wk. F. SomreKCAMV. -0 T HE PROPRIETOR takes this method of informing his old fnends and Patrons that he has removed to his NEW SALOON, a few doors north of the Old Stand,) where, as heretofore, be will keep constantly on band the very least Wines, Liquors and Cigars to be found in the market —ALSO— Three No. 1 Billiard Tables, with Phelan's Patent Combina tion Cushions. Orders left at the Saloon for LAGER BEER a b arrcls, kegs or bottles, promptly filled at Moderate Charges. Wm. F. So.mkkcamp, Itf STINE ALEXANDER KID LOVES at G E J. J. RUELAT&CO.'S. K giv ILIAN, RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE pebble spectacles at C. P. ROBBINS' 4tf A dispatch dated at Pittsburg, Jan uary 21st, relates this veritable oc currence: In this city yesterday a lady's chignon saved tier life. Some boys were shooting at pigeons on Fourth street, when a ball fired from a gun passed through the window of Mrs. Brigg'» board ng house and ail rich a lady in the parlor, seated with her back to the window. Fortunately she wore a large chignon and the deadly missile lodged in it, its huge size protecting her skull. Pollard, in high Democratic authority, States in a recent magazine article that the secret documents ot the Southern Confedera cy, containing voluminous correspondence implicating Northern Democrats in assisting the rebels, were sent out of Richmond before the capture of the city and are now in a place of safety, where they are not to be dis turbed during the present generation. Some thirty years ago, the edge of the chopping-axe was nearly square accross, with sharp corners; hut it was found that the implement did not sink into the wood pel the chips as well as one with a roun. '-'; r e. So it seems that the modern woodman oas gone back to tirst principles, and that the an cient barbarian constructed his stone axe phi losophically, after all. Modesty must be equally cultiva ted by both sexes, or it will ever re main a sickly hot-house plant, while the affectation of it the fig leaf bor rowed by wantonness -may give a zest to voluptuous enjoyments.— Ma ry Woüotoncrqft. 1 n the case of the Eberhardt against the Richmond, at White Pine, a stay of proceed ings has been granted in order to give the Richmond time to prepare for a new trial. So it is not certain that their troubles are settled after all. Somi* citizens of the republic of Culom bia recently grossly Insulted the flag and Con - sut or the United .States The flag was taken down and torn in pieces and the. Consol im prisoned, where he still remains, awaiting a second trial for the same alleged offense. A correspondent of the Corvallis Ga zette, (Good Templar.s organ) says "the Maine liquor law' (Prohibitation) has had its ups and downs, but I have never yet seen why it should not succeed, except it be be cause men will drink. " The London Times has at last dis covered that the Johnson-Clarendon treaty is incomprehensible, and not at all the thing required. Ki.wooo Evans, Esq., has been delivering a lecture on Sound, its pasi, present and future," at Port Townsend and Seattle. " Puget Demoernt» don't seek office.—The San Francisco Board of Commissioners gave notice that they would appoint nineteen new police men, and there were 1,217 applications. The Massachusetts Legislature had a ser man preached to it at the opening of the ses the text, " But we know that the law is good if a man use it lawfully." I. Timothy 1, viii. ion The National Freedmen's Bank at Mobile has suspended. A circus visited that city, and the depositors at once began a " run " on the bank, according to the Mobile Register. A Monument costing $12,OoOis lobe erected in Central Park, New York, to the memory of Fitz Green Hallack, the poet. John Allen, -' Ihe wickedest," ha« again " repented." This time he turns up a member of a temperance society. Mb. anti Mrs. Barney Williams are said to have made a lortune of $750 000 . A book is to be published ou "The Archimidean Motivity ol Herculean Eqniltibrity." - Longfellow and Prescott are said tobe the two American writers best known in Italy. --• Charleston (8. C. ) anticipates $700,- 000 municipal expenses this year. - Last year, $14,500,000 was deposited in the Massachusetts Saviuga Banks ■r heard of a widower's dying from mixing a broken heart with sixpenny - worth of arsenic ? Who DANCING SCHOOL! McMAHON & KING rji Have commenced a DANCING SCHOOL AT HILL'S HALL. Tuition,$20 Currency for Thir teen Lessons Regular Evenings MONDAYS and THURSDAYS. Those who require no instruction tend for practice for $10 Currency. McMAHON £ KING. at 7tl PHOTOGRAPHIC. H. E. LESLIE, Gallery a few doors below and nearly oppo site Granite Block. Washington st, Silver City, I. T. I HAVE MY ROOMS WKU, and NEATLY Prepared to do alt j s furniblied, ami kinds of work in the Photographing Une in j the latest and most improved styles of the . arL Th«»se wishing to obtain the Superior Enameled ( unlit, or the very beautilul and fascinating si'X-PF.ARh (Porcelain] PICTl R KS can accomplish their wishes by giving me a call. A supply of Mill and Mining hand. Lockets and Views constantly rings neatly Ü1 led. Copying Done to Order! H. E. LESLIE. 211 PURCHASING AGENCY! JOSEPH L». KING, . .AT THK. . R. It. Stage Office, Sun Franck ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE and shipment by Express of any ar ticles desired by parties in Idaho or Nevada. His charges will be very MODERATE. ORDERS SOLICITED! >V 4lä" I refer by permission to Hill Beachey. ! Address JOS. L. KING, Railroad Stage Office, San Francisco. 7to23 THOS. COLE, Jr., & GO. BANKERS, ' Silver Cîty ; Bois» City ; Idaho City, Buy ami Sell EXCHANGE —ON— Rastern and Western State» and Territories ; PROCURE EXCHANGE Ou All Foreign Countries; Buy and Sett Gold Coin, Currency and Bullion [ltf] EDWARD BORMAN. East side Washington Street, one door .worth of the Miners' HoteL SILVER CITY, MANUFACTURER AND DKALKK Boots, Shoe», Gam Bools, Shor-Findings, Ete., Etc., «Sir. Y STOCK OF SAN' FRANCISCO MADE Boots—direct from the manufacturer, I is COMPLETE. >1 —ALSO— A very extensive shipment of Leather and other Fine Stork, j From which I am prepared to make to order j ANYTHING IN MY LINE. I employ None hut the Best Workmen, and Prr.onally SUPERINTEND THE WORK ts§r Goods of my own manafacture al ways on hand. Repairing Neatly and Promptly at tended to. EDWARD BORMAN. It! ROUT. H. WKKffF JOHN K. BRIO HAM. STOVES! STOVES!! FRF.SH ARRIVAL —AND— Price» Reduced BRIGHAM & WEEKS' Jordan St., Silver City. E HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE Largest and most complete stock of Stoves und Shelf Goods in our line ever brought to this market, and Which d need rut w ! (.repose to dispose of at Re fer Cash. All kind» of work done to order. BRIGHAM .V WEEKS Iti —J FRANK KRAFT 1 —DKALKK IN— STOVES, HARDWARE, Tinware and Cutlery, In the building formerly occupied by Blake k Co., below Thos. Cole, Jr., At Co's Bank. O'An Excellent Assortment —or— TIN, SHEET AND GALVANIZED IRON, COPPER AND BRASS WARE of my own manufacture. New Work and repairing done to order. f FRANK KRAFT. Notice to Delinquent«. HE ACCOUNTS due HILL k MILLARD have been placed in the bands of H. H. KNAPP, who is authorized to collect and re ceipt for the same. 2tf Silver City, Dec. 14, 1868 T W J HILL, H W MILLARD 1 r THOS. EWING & C0. f , GU AMTE BLtKK, I 1. T. City Silvi j Wholes*!»' and Retail Dealer* j . j Ci F. X K n A 1. MERC■HAMJ1SK. BLANKETS CLOTHING, FUHR, SCO Alt, TEA, COFFEE, ! HICK. HEAVS. CANDLKM, OILS, TOBACCO, CIGARS. BOOTS, HATS. MIllOKN, MALT, IRON STEEL, Tï ARDWARE POWDKH, FUSE, CARDS, HANDLES, I SHOVELS. j j of every description AV1NG the LARGEST and best ASSORTED STOCK H —OK— GOODS Ever brought to till» Market, We would respectfully invite all persons. and especially Mill and Minin« Men. to call and see us and examine for themselves We task, great plea,a re in In viting the ladies to call and examine our STOCK OF DRESS GOOD«, Empress Cloths, Delaines, Merinos, of every description. Having a very heavy Stark of IPIFtlüSTTS We »re welling Cheaper than the Cheapest ! and of the Best Figure, and Latest Style«; —1L*>— SHAWLS. SKIRT»*. hosiery. J &c. U t THOM. EWING A CO 1 W, D. BIGELOW, , Dkalkk IX GROCERIES, »INKS. I.Iltt OKS. F LOt It. GH\I\ ■ ml V KUKTARLKS. ces made ou Storage and Com : j mission Goods. lif W II. Dt'KKN, LE* DÜREN & ALLEN, 1 >4-u 1er» in \V ine». l.iquniH, Air ami Porter, ( ignm, Tohaoco, ete. Silvkk Cm.Idaho Territory floors Mom Miners' Hotel, Washington Street Jllf SAMPLE ROOMS -Tw Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave M » job PRINTING OFFICE P n e t o fic g Hvitding Waohington Street, ^LL KINDS OF PLAIN- AND ©BBAMSinriUL JOB PRINTING Neatly and Promptly done to order Such an i POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, HAND HU.t.S, SHOW CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, mu, heads. LETTER HEADS PAT NOLLS LAHKLS TAGS BILLS OF PARK. INVITATIONS, AT HOME CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, 8TO< 'K CERT! VIC A TES LEGAL BLANKS. MILL BLANKS. RECEIPTS. NOTES. Oar Prices Defy Competition! I Business moo of Dus City ami County will the Proprietors of the ! Wavr, keep their money at home for nrru J lalion, and exercise true economy by |nuron I being a home institution. We guarantee to j give entire satisfartion in all our job work, : und all the difference in the prices between ours and those of the larger cities w ill be the difference in the price of stock confer a favor FOR THE HOLIDAYS. ! MEW GOODS Î NEW GOOD* f I have Just received lb« Un*-*t stock of GOLD and SILVKK WATCHES. Chu k», Diamond«, Chain», S» II». It » K^lvrr-warr Fancy Good», and Toy«. Ever brought to .Silver City, which will b# sold very low lor cash Chas. P. Robbins I WATTHNAKEK Ik JKWKLEK, Blake'. Fire, iNttaf Building, (■GRANITE BLOCK ) J WILL SELL Watrhea, Fine California Jewelry, Chains, As low as can he purchased in the lead mg Jewelry Houses in San Francisco Loek« t« Ae. ltf L. M. PEARLMAN, WASHINGTON STREET, SIL V ER CITY, WHOUMA LS Fine and Faxhlonahle RKTAIL DKALKK IS ODOTHIN-Q, BLANKET*. (/NDKRWAKR, BOOTS, HATS, Choice Brand» of CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO, Havana Cigar« and Mrererhm PIP«*. ! ltf What You Been Fat*a. KING A DOIT TO MAKE A VISIT TO the Atlantic State», 1 hereby give not le» to all person» indebted to me that they most come and nettle or they will have costs to pay All those having jonl claims against me can have them paid on presentation A. C SPRINGER It itr