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AarmsTAiji MAJUurrs* mast :lt who A«« I » see;**** IftfeDTT, JOrfy ¥. —C*rp*»t«r, Wsmting WC at. ftfiATMA*, H C—Pb j^ion, Jordso et BURNHAM. W L.—<kskf RF.NDÎT % J*AG AK8ÜK— KlotR KmicL, Bora fill« ÄLK.NSTFIN, BEN-Merchant, Visohir.g iDfion H. JAÄ. M — fußend M» rrkandis*, Cuoe'a (Iraii le hier«, WarhiOfflon Kt. ftUTUHKK A LKNO!R-~G«»**ral Merchoa dlee, Jordon turret. fil.AKF A CO.--Assay*-r a Graoita BPjck, Wash/OfUm «t •KACHRY HILL- Railroad «tage l.roe C. M Ha Agent, iifftae *>n Jordan at. •Oft If AN, KD WARD— Routa and Mice*. Washington, near Fourth si. IKIKDfV, W. D —Croceriee, laquer». Veg eialihi, etc , Washington hi BRIDHAM A WK F KH- -«loves and Tinware, Jor*laa at. BLACKlNGKK, V.—War Fog!# Hotel, Wash iUfton «tree,!. DREW GEUKGE—Livery Ktabl^, Owyhee tîlty, Flint DiacrkA DC KEN A Al.IJiH— iJqaor Dealern, Kample Hoorn. Washington M. RMMIOV, F. K — Attorney »I I*w, Wwh ington at. SWING THOH. A CO --General llerch&cdiae, Granite Bbs lc, Washington *t. FIT/.HUGH, T B—IJqoors »I Wh*4e«ale WRETK, JoIlN—Bakery »nd F»loon, next door toHdl'a Tb* ater, W*shmgi*m-st. ISORIKIN k PALMER—Haw Mill Wagnntown GILLBGN, JOHN (J.- -Idaho «table, Jordan Ht re**t Bridge. CRETE, F -Dentist, Washington at. GRAHAM. 4.1 MEK—Liquor dealer, Waub ington st, one door »«mth of Hecond. GARDNER, JAK. h. —G eneral Merebandiae, Granite Block, Washington at RDGGAN, A — Attorney, Jord tn st. HEIDKf.KERGER, «AM—Newa Depot, Pert «itfice Building, Waehiiiglou st. IIASHMAN, VALENTINE—Idaho Uandry. Junction of Washiagtoti and Jordan st«. HAYS V K IS THAN-Idaho Motel and Klage Orfb ♦*, Jordan hi. HYMAN k ItKICHRNRKRO—MerchAadifte, Washington et. • OFFER A MILLER-Meat Market, WaKti ington at. HERMAN K CO.-- Banken* and Whole aal« %m it hunt a W'a*hington Ht RUKLtT k CO- Ge neral Men handiee, cor JonUn k Hecotid hIm. JON KB TDM and CHAH. LIYFRMORE—Ha hum, Jordan Stm:t. KOHI.HKYRK, PHILIP Washington Mar k«-t, Jordan st. LEHRFJÎHT. If •oHtofHcr tt«M-k Ht ore, next to H«*rman A C«»'s Bank, WaHhingtou st 1.IKCOMH, A. M —C<»fimopohlan Restaurant, Worthington si. I.EFLIE, If E - Photographer, Washing ton st. LOBFA'KTKIN, E (Red)- General Merchan dise, Jordan st. M'HKiDK k HENLEY-Attorneys at law, Court Htrertt, «ast aide of Jordan Creek. MKURIL. J P. — Klieep Ranch Station, Jor dan Valley. McDOVALD a CO,— tssayers, Jordan sL MARTIN k MILLF.K—Attorneys at law Morning Klar at. NORTON, 8 —Milk, Washington at PICKETT \ G A BRI KL—Golden Chariot Ha i. comer Jordan and Hecond sts. IlIJPKfIT, J. A.—A|*oth«N*ary's Hall, Granite Block, Wortbitiglou si. ROM It I NS, c P. — Jewelry, et«:., Granite Ht* irk, Worthington sL BJovf ALL, K. P.— Shadesaks ui. Second st. «OMMKRCAMP, W F.—Hah HIA and Brew •ry, W adiingUm s*. BPKINGKK, A C, — Livery Stable, Jordan st U8HKK % BOWEN.-Ollvs Branch Saloon, Worthington streeL VAN SI.YKE, j S. A BRO —General Mer « h.iiidia«. Granite Block, Washington st WELLS, Fargo à CD—Bankers, Granite Ml«* k, Washington Street WOOD, T. M —Photograph Gallery, 771 J or« Ian Street. WEIIB m MY KICK -Ranker*, Jordan M. OLIVE BRANCH SALOON. .Vrmt It^r I» the roitoffict. Th» mort p-pular place is town tu X r 1 ('hole« Liquor« and ('Igara U8HRK k BOWEN, Proprietors 44tf SHADE SADOON Between Wuhl.gto. end Jordan »treeteon Neeerti. Fitted op «Uli kept equal to the Oral clea* Brtonn. In -tan Framuino, or e|»e«here Pulue, eiperk-nred mk! Attentive Itarteml era «r. «Ivrny. on hand vo «mit on my rnah cuHtumcra. K. P K/owai.l 3&M6 Arte /Veyiewtee ASSIGNEES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. la the Supreme Coert of the Territory of Idaho, lor the Dirtrict of Idaho In the matter of Jake Brlnkerboff aod Frank Kog-r», Bankrupt» IN BANKRUPTCY: t> WHOM I f MAY CONCERN The nn dcralgoed hereby gives notice of hia appointment as asstgime, of Jake Brlnkerboff and Frank Rogers, who have been ariphlged Mvnkrupta. Supreme Court of the Territory of Idaho. G W. Cll.MGKF, Aetiflre. r a creditor 1 » pennon, by the <- M Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave. Tmrmdmy Morning, Jaly ft. 1HG9. IiOCAt*. The Beard of County Commi-mon^n, met rc*ie rtUy, sud adjourn«*«! until next bluuUy, 1 2th inst. t, ihe ***v/iomodsuujg News Dealer, is always on haist with the latest nevni and light liter .lure. Sn Omr town wae almost deserted yesterday, errerai hundred of our enttetm hi to the Wagomown celebration. iDg gone Il«nry Hyman, with bi» newly roar ried bride, arrived at borne on .Saiurd y and seems rather to enjoy the trammels of the h.air. montai stats than other win*. The Columbia and Oro Fioo mine is abandoned for the proaenr, the work requir ing more means to put it iu sh ip • Mian the portas feel warranted in expending. «, of Hosnner, G«»wey, k t o., An Francisco, wan in town last wreck one of his periodical pilgnmagira. lie goes via Hoioe to Paget hound. i>. I). Willi» John Fictioni£ie. editor of the Av alanche, arrive«! from the E*wt yesterday We hate not met him and only have»p~ ce to an non tu re I Is arrival. >«t »I D, Hug lies, of the Minera 1 Hotel, returned from While Pine on Friday evening, after Khermatitown has been hia phni* of busimiw M« " tiare cure for oeart disease, " is the label on a vl.il of moat palale.il.1« oorlUl left I absence of several months. with UK by Dr. T. B. Fitzhogh. He has a variety of such twdiciues in his laboratory for «ale. in the District Court boil work for aianelaugl • lb« killing of Wm Hi-nry, vn-re ! i T. J. Brown ami J. 11. Wood ward, tried ter, quiltod by th** Jury, th«To Ismig no evideme to show who did the killing. Fruit« for lb« million, fr»*h from ths gardi ns and orrhurts of California, for Hide at the Poet office. Jov Bury presented the Wavs rslahlishment with x whole liât full ihe other even'ng. I Uriah Perry, of the Iowa and Idaho Co .returned from White Pine, Red Mountain j and elsewhere in Net a. ta last week l«s»kiiig , a little " under the weather," hav iug mifl«*red a sever«» sis 1 !! ol sickuess during his absence, | from whh'h he has happily recovered. J. M. Abbolf and John Springer ar rived from White Pine via Red Mountain the other day, in company with 8. O. Hugh« », whose arrival we tueuti in elsewhere. They ! had rather a rough trip through the mount ains, but made it without serious difficulty. A « rhu»er vipiinl «h» no th Iiem bout» on Saturday furouoon laying thn light ' aocumulation of dust and materially eulmuc 1 . I • ug the pleasures ol traveling In tact, thus | far the rains have b«i*n sufficiently frequent ' Un» »»won to k.np the roui» In eaeellc-nl ' * condition. Professor Herman», whisc two performance* we intended to notice in Frt day's Wav«, but left it out by mistake, baa gone to »Nevada and will return «bout the I j ! Ulck Trr«..kl. Inform.«, b»l h ,[ ha. got trark of the partie» who Irlonlou.ly I took, »toi.« and r.arrlel away hia «pan or j Harvey billowed them to Corinne and wrilea that they wen- there only the nifhl iH-flire and li« would protmhly roon find them. Aral of August. He understand* the whole art of hm-UM pQcua, and is a first • tun von It i!oq*i ini. m ire« We f«»ar the eslebration procession, lion, he.., in Flint was a failure, aa the An ' rient Mariner the contrahand baby, and oDier prinri|ial art«»ra In the programme have t*«*en vteihle berealMHits, when they nhould have taken their platées in the line In order i lo ...Il «h. crowd £1 IU. proper pmp.ir.lon. ! I «*f Amen, an !ndepend«-nce in Kilver City; comm«'tiring early on the evening of the 3d ami continu ing at luterval» ever since. The exercises al Wagon town yesterday oecurre«] »<x> Inte in he reported this mortnug, but will be attended to on Friday. . I ora Pewd.r >u uwl pr«ty fnriy | D .he relrbratlnn of the Ninety Third Annlr.ra.ry K. IV. Atherton, who w»a so badly hurt fcy fettiof hia foot Dearly nawed off in I the Kewlder Creek nw mid a week nr two ! J" improriog finely. Of course the nooee of the foot ami aokle being »phi and partlv rrnviTel these membera sill »Iwar» I»-stiff, hut from percent indu allons It »ill hot he necessary to amputate the limp 1 Cilia.. P. Bobbin, haa been bark lo Ilia oM stamping ground. Placerai lia in Boise Basin, looking after hia quarts Interests there. He brings »ome splendid gold bear ing specimens Bom Ihe Gold H U, showing s large quantity of free gold An attempt I» being mode If rommenoe milling those ores either by the erection of a new mill or the purehase of that of Mr Claeeon. already lo running order. ! m-trlrt Caart. June term. Levis. JUllock, Clerk; .Slevi-m, Sheriff; Higts-e, Deputy District Attorney July 1 st— G W Gilmore ae araignée va III war U * M Co, deUull of défendant entered and ju 'gmetit for plaintiff for poreessiou of claimed witli coats but without l>r» »perry «lamog«* l'*«q*te vs W«**lw*r<i aii'1 Brown, trisi continued, <kleo«lauU$ rest, pronccutioti intr<»>iuce reuattiug Mwiiinooy, «vuL-uo« 2d—I-add ct>fr4 il, to be argued to morrow. k Tilton order dMoussiag wue »et airi»l«, cause rein More, Focus, OF* M S Co et al. calendar and continued until next stated term, Uroofcahank vs listen, disnu ***e«l at plain tiff"» costs. Mali «it Byard vh Isaac Caul«)wt II, tno< ion to pl.»ce « anse on caleixlar lor ibis term denied. People vh Woodward A Brawn, cause argued aud pubrnilted to jury ; jury find verdict of 'not guilty; jury disc barged an«l bail exhoueraled. People vs Jam*** Freeman (a colored Democrat), de marrer to imlictmefit overrule*!, defendant except A jury drawn, cause Died, jury re is turn a verdict of guilfy, judgment and lence to morrow. tJ W Gilmore as assignee vs M VI .V M Co, default and order for judg ment heretofore entered set an-ide; Ira Wor den. on petition, permuted to come in and plead and «fefelHl iu said action. 2d—Allison Mining Co vs John C Page, cause continue«] on order ol reference; F K Ensign refemo to rep«irt next term. J A Post A Co vs Brookcr A Taylor, dismissed at plaintiff's costs. M H Preshy vs Win Jump and Cbas Shumaker, i.i « qtiiiy, decree for plaint ill' making injunc ti«ni perputusl and for «:*wls. Herman \ Co. vs Bruuker k Taylor, answer filwl and caose 1 « onunu**«! fill next U rm. J A Post a: Co H osp <!t Schr.ul r. Cause continue«!. McMa hon va lbv, «iMitinued. The several RUiis vs Thos C*»le Jr A tà», rouiiiiu d till next term. W F sioinn» -rcamp as executor ol the estate of Jacob Westenfelder vs J«»hn Catlamr, de I *-«>« »« iWeudalit euti-re,l uuU Ju.lgmeul h.r plaintiff l«»r piesenMon «d ppMiunes claimed und «-«Ml'. Pond, Reynolds C«i vs Br«s»ker A Taylor. Jmlginent for plaintiff »• js*r stipu latum oil file, slay ol execution lor sixty Pueblo G « k 0 M Co vs W K Phil d J M Kliorf, dffendaiiis demurrer «us days, lip* iain«*d with l<'ave to plaiuirtt to amend ; olain • tiffs execute bond for costs, defendants gram ! «I t»l Ulmg of bi»ini ui un» wer or demur. Prenby vs Jump, nuition to relax costs a I lowed. <3«»sti* relaxed. Haz«rd vs Cole, mo tion taken uioler Mdviwineut. Josi.th M h ols vs A Dusenbury el al, decree b»r f daim iff. Hu « her A Lenoir vs Clark « I al, de«-ni* b*r plaintiff. Hsnw»ii vs Silver Glaiice S M Co, i judgment f«»r plaintiff. The* Ewing V Co vs Black, emtfinued. Pe«»ple vs James Free man, judgment pr«mounc«Hi, live years at hard lalxir in the penitentiary. Mining. « I« The rej»r«*sentative of the Wav* took a ramble' over War Eagle I Mountain during the Utter part of last we*-k und reports as follow p: Tim Re«l Jacket wan the first examined. W. H. Clark, Superintendent and Foreman has everything in good working unter —shaft down forty feet aud nearly timbered—several tons of goo<l milling ore on the surface In which five gold is visible. Mr. Clark will ►*mui commence stoptug, end a large amount of or»* in sight will l*e taken out in a v short time. Every conlkdeoce is felt that the Red Jacket w ill prove a success. j , | ! Taxiing to tilt! M l Elmore, a talk waa hail » 1 1 Hr. Smith, thn Kiimnan, who repr»- ' arm* tin- mi»«- in rpli-niliii nintiilion, in tart 1 * rvrr lo " kw ! , "' w '' r rurr «»euvery lhan I now—anwalarge lot ol ore on the dump. | and t«*uui> «'outiuually loading and hauling it ' to the oomiumy's mill. Tb«*y «re erecting ' « «>««* «*'•«'»- '»«*'» .h-r the p,,r|»i»» or put ting in heavier machinery for h< istmg work«, the present engine being loo light to do the : k rrquirtxL fur iuell in the number, siz«* and val ne of th«* bricks it is cwntlmillv turning out. Mike Hyde, Foreman here, underHUin«!» how I to keep a mine in aha)**, and a quality and j quantity of ore la coming out equal to ihe ! Itest day» the mine has ever expert«*.cod. ,[ T'-*vp.r ,h,-y go th« wider «.d rmhnr. I Tl1 * Baiter Company krep* on »inking in j ,b ' m " 1 " ! ' h, ' rt wllh emaiuraging pro-pete. They are determined lo pul the »hall down *'"'*her hiiudnal leet, alih.aigh they have ° r K'*« I moping ground above them w hich they «!«» not intend to to ich until the Shaft M rumiplelcd. The Golden Chariot came next in the route. There is hut little that mine that i* not already well known la* MM OS tins It ' ever. Their shall will be complete«! during thh» month; when that to doae, it ta tbejedg meut «»f mining men that the Silver Cord a K ,HKi ■<x«>unl or bentclf. i «r« » ». ! The , ' K,rm '" 1 *"» ""P 1 «-« • »baft to the I «Jcpih of 400 Teel, l^vel« are already Ktartcd «1 pretmnithm» are »wing made for running out an udukumI quantity of rich ore fiom this old ''aland by." The poormau, which ha» already produred his million», w always failing, tint never falls, and in no doubt the nu*t remarkable deposit of gold and silver ever «Uncovered in America, taking into c«»n sidération its richness and the «'a«e with . which it ih worked. It is a rare circumstance I that a I*last ia ever required, and when the ♦»re ia mined it ia as d«»cile and easily handled as native gold in the placera. The Silver cord Is show! quite aa well as I ! I'nwpeettn* I. being pushed forward very eitenetrely on the mountain In different hv cnlrtle»; the Wixatetock being a (irominent instance, where It is believed a good mine «III eventually be developed, 1 We learn from Mr. Lawretwe, of Flint Dirtrii I, who returned brat week from White Pine by way of Cojio, that tbe rock sent to Washoe by Col. Drew. Cope 4 Co. worked over aix hundred dollars per ton, nil) procréa , - , „ ^ . T " ,) * :tor Inunwle« In Saturday's Ava •""cha that he will keep his finget* out of ! ihu pie hereafter C*l»ltin. nut very H"nOUB but alarm j mg fur the moment, bave uocuired within a ! lew Maya Light Liny «ruck a tree »Hiding near the hoisting works of the Pourit.au about lour o', lock .Saturday aTtt ru. on, »h.v of ering it to atoms, throwing »pliuler» into Um i ugme ro<jtu but doing no epei ial damage About five o'clock ou ibe ujunmjK oi t i KouriU our tnend, Win. Robiunou. au An.cr icau geultem m oi ins*i BttrsJiHiJ,* dincipie lu liai Ciiiii, alio may have ndrai who lorgeii ibe tbuiKien oil ittai n*ui the lir tie** at u*e mine, tuiueruxik, su u tue aivb-UM e Oi H«ury v\ hue, to « eiebrate tLutt gionuua umru. and by a-»me mi>uap the vi! tired prematurely, a hereby » ach ot the geBik*me ihe lace aud had their shekel a K»»rcUed otr. They will both survive * out much luconveuience. *n .be ol at u« re burned « oushi«'rably ab«»ul bair The Capital Cl» ion ici«.- A paper is to commence life on the 14ih lust, at Boise City, under the above title, as we learu from a huge many-colored |«jr*ter over the name of P. B. Hawkins, to he Democrat ic, Ac. Il m y he a Capital Joke; he says he has purcliased next to lh«? largest sub «criptiou list iu theTerntnry. Weeui |H»se thin is lue same old Uotaucril list which has iuy ditternit hand.-, and finally. been through the Courts, seemingly going about where it ox/e/A, out has linaily l»oeu cap iur«;.f by Mr. Haakius, who propJS«*s to give it a b>»ut. Change ol proprietors of this m uuceut list and niulerial has become chronical. »•turned from Thei*e A1 Cage and j. H Lucas Red Mountain yisterday morning, gentlemen are rather favorably impressed piofepccis of that new camp and are wiib ih of the opiLion that sc-vetal Uilges already found may develop lulu valuable mines ihe eduetf «•.gut or ten of til * in which g«MMi piosjiecta liave *joen found, varying iu width iruui one l * liveorstx avl. So paving placers have been Ibuiid. ai e Fhut has started up a Leviathan ore this time. The ledgu iu the leviathan shows a width «>f nine feet and two men two men c veiy lost work. 4 * there is hope of a tree if it bo qui do.xu that it will sprout again and that the lender brunch u.ere«»l w ill not tail. ' such a hope is entertained lor Flint. Black » Mill agai taking out ore as fast us assort it, which is considered A 1 -M ü« l**de of magueiic iron or bale stone exista in Lope District, which by its ati met ion draws up»m it the lightnings of every tliunder-storm. The surface of the ledge li«*s iu w ives of soli lill«*J slag, black ened and glazed like the cinders ol a black smith's forge, doubtless from ihe «fleets of lightning, wnich lor ages baa made this spot I La targe t. says Forbes of the White Pine News is mistaken in setting him down as a Middlo Male upon the principle of the Copperhead who claimed to be Soulbein because he was from Souibeiu umu; our ex-Chief Justice came irou* Middle TeUbOfeSce. Tom. BuWci I, unless it it Th« party wInch was somewhat myste riously made up and started on a prospect a week or so ag<», it is repor.ed, have gone iu a point some ihuty miles to the eastward of Lope lii&liict, where one or more of the party had pteviously found rich quartz. Tkxe Democratic Scale Convoutiou, June 28th, nominated J. U. Crockett, of San F run cisco, to fill «nailer's place, and W. T. Wal lace, of San Jose, to fill that of Sawyer, on the Supreme bench of California. South Mount a iu mill excites some interest aa a prospecting mining camp. Nick Zapp returned from there the other day and reports everything looking favorably. Mr. Culkw ay is busily engaged in getting the new hoisting works in order on tho Ids Elmore mine. It will be in working order in a lew days. Freight from Sacramento to Winne tnticca has been reduced to $!4 coin per ion, or two and a hall cents per pound. The Avalanche formally declines becom ing the organ ol the Sorosi* in Idaho, and give® the Chicago Universe the cold shoulder. k Tho Supreme Coart of Idaho met Id B oise yesterday. »» fCOKMC.MCATKD } (PnblxJud by special request of the author.) Each American heart, with j«»y hail the day, 'Tia the Fourth of July, ihe fourth of July; Tbe cannon ore pealiug f«>rth now from afar, And freemen are singing tbe triumph of war Rritania's proud legions were sent to enslave, The sons of Columbia the bau!« did brave; The sur of her glory was bidden in gloom, While <m land and on water loud cannon did boom. The flag of fair freedom in glory did wave. The god of dread bailles Columbia did rave; The terror ftmek king called but legions away, Who shrunk from the baute or tell in the fray. Oh, the bright star of freedom, may it ever shine. And all iu a unit» of friendship entwine, No North, nor do South, may it wave wbea unfurled. As liberty'a emblem o'er all the wide world Special lo Ibc Wave, Walker ba» his bath boose, id cuntractien with hia barber shop, in escellent order, to U» inspection of which be invites all than desiring either a hath er a thavc eOlf Lewis W. of ANOTHER NEW DISCOVERY 11 a Come, y«*», come all ye that thirst y And drink of Rttie'* Walla Wak la V% Uisky. »n AVISO RECENTLY BECOME AGENT for the above weal known whisky I am prepared to utter it at extremely low price« under recent iustructhm» from Mr. Keene. Deal* ns are respectfully requcsU.nl to call and exatuiue it. II JAS. M. BLOSSOM, I Crane'» Granite Stare,) West side Washington Street SILVER CITY, I. T, Dkalxr is Kvkky UtscHirriOM or GENERAL MERCHANDISE cheap as any othei establishment in this City C*» u or do »«!), Which will be bold GROCERI ES C a tree, Hugur, Te», Dried Applet, Corn Meal, lleans, Bacon, Laid, " Pcuches, Ko<lu, *• Plums, Kaleratus, Prunes, tieain Tai tai, Canned Fruits, Candles, Kero»« Chee«e, Cracker« Flour, Rice , iiutUr , Salt. Oil.) Laid Tobacco, Auik, S * » I« Sledge Hand Bellow », I*tpper } Ginger , Mustard, Cinnamon , Cloves, Extract», JHckle », 1'owder, do do ' Anvils , Axe», Store Door Locks, Dwelling do do, Butt* and Screws, Cut Tack*, Gun & IHstol Cap*, Carpet do, Table Cutlery, l*ocket do Fuse, Shot, Cartridges, Hope, CROCKERY A» GLASSWARE t DINNER FLA TES . ... BREAKFAST do SOUP do .... TEA do .... CCDS AND SAUCERS..FLAT TERS..BAKERS, E WERE and Basinr - Sugar Bowls ... Cream Pitshers Chambers... Water Pitchers... Bar Water do, Table Castors ,... Lamp Wicks and Chim neys, etc. Tumblers mow, STEEL, BORAX, BROOMS, AC. C LOTH 1 N CJ, ETC; FINK BEAVER SUITS. FINE CASSIMERE SUITS, FINE UNDERSHIRTS, FINE DRAWERS ; HEAVY OREGON OVER SHIRTS, UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWERS BLANKETS AC. ; GL0VE8, HALF HOSE, POCK ET H 'DKEKCH'FS WHITE SHIRTS, NECK TIES, YANKEE NOTIONS ic., 4c., 4c. Ana Thoimmcto .f other article* not tiooed in this ad. 2tf JA& II. BLOSSOM. RAILROAD STAGE LINE, HILL BEACHEY Proprietor. FALL AERASGEMEKY From Silyrr City to San FranclMO IN THREE DATS I OXNECTING DAILY WITH The Cam •* Wiosemucca, Nevada—200 mile*fro» silver City, Idaho. Carries the United States Malls and W., T. k Co's Express, accompanied with Messen gers. € THE RAI1.ROAD STAGE trt necu erery day at Boise City wRE LEY'S PIONEER LINE for all prtU rt Idaho, and with tbe OVERLAND STAGE rar Salt lake uni Montana «-For Further Particular», Induira rt the office at the Idaho Hotel, Stirer City CHAP. M. HAYS, 1*1*4 It Silver City. Dec. 11, <m. O.P. BOBBINS AS JUST RECEIVED A LARS* AA •ortmcBt c<f H Machine Embroidery Sewlaf B 1 ** Marhiac «awing Silk. Machine Sawing Cert*«». UK of every variety.