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WELLS, FAKGO & CO.,
BANKERS»
Hirer City, Idaho Territory.
pUKCHASE AND MAKE ADVANCES
Buy and sell
ScU
on
Atlantic State« and Europe ;
Draw direct on
gan Francisco and New York;
Receive General and Special
WELLS, FARGO t CO.
HU
J. L Saint, Agent
THE TIDAL WAVE FLOATS
AND SO DOBS TUB
Washington Meat Market!
Well stocked with the very best of
BEEF,
MUTTON,
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,
nterspersed with incidents of Australian
ife_rclate his experiences as a Dutch butch
er boy among the pretty kitchen girls, eta
PHILIP KOHLHEYER.
1U
Star Brewery and Billiard
Saloon.
Fronting on Jordan and
l Washington Sts.
Silver City.. . I. T.,
W«. F. Sosmbbcajii' .Proprietor.
-0
T HE PROPRIETOR takes this method of
informing his old friends and Patrons
that he has removed to his
NEW SALOON,
a few doors north of tho Old Stand,) where,
as heretofore, he 'will keep constantly on
bond the very best
"Wines, Liquors and Cigar«
to be found in the market.
—ALSO—
Three No. 1 Billiard Table«, with
Phelan's Patent Combina
tion Cushions.
Orders left at the Saloon for J
LAGER BRER
a basreLs, kegs or bottles, promptly filled at
Moderate Charges.
WM. F. SOMMKRCAMP.
uf
photographic.
H. E. LESLIE,
Gallery a few doors below and nearly oppo
site Granite Block.
Washington st., Silver City, I- T.
w HAVE MY RfK)MS WELL and NEATLY
t furnished, and am Prepared to do all
xiu.Us of work in the Photographing I.ino m
the latest and most improved styles of the
art. Those wishing toobtaiuthe Superior
Enameled Card«, or the very beauliiu
1 fascinating SUN-PEARL (Poroebnn]
accomplish their wishes
PICTURES r
by giving me a call. _
1 supply of Mill and Mining;
View» constantly on hand. Lockets and
rings neatly fll led.
Copying; Done io Ordert
H. E. LESLIE.
<tr
ERANBERRIES
kodfish,
KORNMEAL
and krockery,
at J. HUELAT k CO.'S.
Notice to Delinquent».
A f.L NOTES AND ACCOUNTS DUE HI
A ram D. ROSENCRANS are payable to
the undersigned during Mr. R's absence.
THUS. J. BUTLER, Agent
V.l'f
BEN BERNSTEIN,
WHOLESALE AJfD RETAIL DEALER IN
dry goods,
CLOTHING,
Boots and Shoe«,
Hat», Cap»,
Ladles' and
Fora
Gentlemen'«
iahing Good». Etc.,
H AS ON HAND A COMPLETE AND
very exlenaive stock of goods in his
hoe, which he is offering to the trade, whole,
« and retail, for cash, at very low rates.
BEN BERNSTEIN,
East side Washington Street, between
First and Second.
Silver/Jity, May 1,1869
41 tf
MlNINQ Commissioner Raymond,
in a recent address to the Academy
of Sciences, advances the following
practical and progressive ideas, as
we And them in the M. & S. Press :
The pan silver process of Washoe,
though at first considered unscientific
in the sense of chemical affinity, has
proven itself strictly so. and'more
profitable, consequently more va!n~
able than either the Friberg. Patio
or other processes of European or
Mexican origin,against which it bat
tled for supremacy. This is purely
an American system, and has become
quite popular elsewhere, as well as
in Washoe.
To improve the Knox pan, as first
introduced,there have been innumer
able new inventions, to enumerate
which would be quite a task ; but
the most prominent of which are
the Varney, Wheeler & Hepburn
pans, none however presenting any
thing new in point of chemical ope
rations, but each varied in mechani
cal sense.
On the otaer hand, we have those
who are ostracizing the iron pan
working, and paying no respect to
past systems, usages or ideas, but
who are plowing up new ground in
the broad fields of electric, chemical
and mecbanicat science, and who
may yet present a system superior to
all ; having strong claims in both a
scientific and practical sense. Step
by step we are certainly moving up
to a more superior system of work
ing. One fact which inspires us with
confidence in this respect, is the re
markable success that has attended
experiments upon the several sys
tems. Who will carry off the palm
of introducing what will be general
ly accepted as the " American Sys
tem '*— which must embrace the
greatest economy with perfectness
of working, economy both ns re
spects machinery and manipulation, t
we will not pretend even to conjee-1
ture. It is the battle of a few ard
ent workers for the favors of the
multitude, who have no greater ap
preciation, though we are sorry to
say it, than the benefit it will be to
them in gold and silver.
That there should be some plan
adopted," either by State or National
government, whereby statistics can
be gathered and made available and
profitable to all, is evident to every
experimenter, inventor or millman,
who thinks and desires to acquire
information of tbe progress of his
pursuit, as well as those who desire
it in tbe sense of science, or as Ja
question of political economy. The
Pacific States are the raining States
of the Union, anil it is for them to
devise a plan, which at the least ex
pense may bring about that order
of things for the mining interest,
which shall prove the greatest good
to the greatest number. To this end
we shall earnestly look for sugges
tions.
In these progressive times we
must not, in our conceit, be content
with what we have, only, and what
we are doing, individually, but
reach out for something better, if
it can be had, for individual as well
as the general good.
!
(
Explosives was tbe subject of a
paper read by Mr. Ewer of tbe Miu-1
ing ami Scientific Press before the j
Mechanics institute in San Francisco |
on the 5th :
He gave a history of the discovery
and introduction of gunpowder,
guncotton and nitro-glycerine. He j
said the latter was known about j
twenty-five years ago, but has been
in use only about six ye^rs. Its ex-1
ceedingly dangerous qualities have j
been in a great measure removed,
making it almost as safe as gutipow
He spoke of the qualities of
giant powder and its effects on the
health of miners. Constitutions are
variously affected by it, some suffer
ing sqyiously, while others seem im
pervious to its influences,resembling
the poison oak in these respects.
Experiments are being constantly
tried, with a view of removing these
objectionable features, and much
has already attended these
efforts, and there can be little doubt
that within a short time the giant
powder will be so perfected as to be
harmless to health. By diagrams on
a blackboard, the power of gunpow
der, guncotton and giant powder
were compared. A series of exper
iments, instituted by the Austrian
Government, proved that 5 pounds
of giant powder, 25 pounds of gun
cotton and 100 pounds of gunpowder
were about equal in their destruct
ive effects.
der.
-
The Pacific Railroad Company
the extent of their
are increasing
.«now sheds. Their success has been
fully tested during tbe two past
winters.
THOS. EWING TCO.
"Wholesale end Retail
V» SILVER CITT.
DEALERS IN
O
^ v EraV
o
Great Reduction in Prices !
©
EING DETERMINED TO AC
commodate the public of this country
we have made
GREAT REDUCTION in our
prices on ALL ARTICLES.
B
O
Having a
LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING
on hand, and more on the road, we propose
to sell all kinds of
GENT S CLOTHING
fiat*, Boots, «fcc., at ban Fran
cisco price«.
We also propose to sell all kinds of
DRY GOODS
at less than the same can be bought for at
Retail In ttie San Francisco
Market.
We take
GREENBACKS AT PARI
Saving to the purchaser 33 # per cent, en
the amount.
o
Our stock consista in part of
BLANKETS,
• FLOl'R.
TEA,
CLOTHING,
SUGAR,
COFFEE,
RICE,
MEANS,
CANDLES,
OILS,
TOBACCO,
CIGARS,
HATS,
SALT.
STEEL,
FUSE,
BOOTS,
LIQUORS,
IKON,
POWDER,
CARDS,
SHOVELS,
HANDLES.
of every description
AVlNfcr tbe LARGEST
AMD BEST ASSORTED STOCK
H
GOODS
Ever brought to thi» Market,
( W* would respectfully invite all peraoua,
j
|
and especially
Mill and Mining Men,
to call and see ns and examine for themselves
j
j
„ping the Ladies to call and examine our
j
We take great pleaanre la tn
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Empreu Cloth»,
Delaine«,
Merino.,
of every description.
Having n very heavy Stock of
iFIRIHSTTS
We are »elling
Cheaper than the Cheapest !
and of tb*
Beat Fignrea and Latest Stylest
—ALSO—
SHAWLS.
SKIRTS,
HOSIERY,
o
everybody wishing to purchase g'Xids
Call and Set os, and "Pat mo
ney In their pocket«.''
thus. EWTsre * co.
Silver City, July 27,1869.
Uf
T ! 1 K
Appetitei Tobacco Destroyed
Lt*Vf off Chewing a nil Smoking
THE I'd SO NOUS WEED, TOBACCO
ORTON'S PREPARATION
Established 1S6».
One box of Orton'aal'repaniiiOD is warant
ed to destroy the up petite lor Tobacco, in
any person, no ma iter bow strong the
habit may be. If it fail* in any caw. the
mon?y wiU be refund rd. It is perfectly safe
and harmless in alica tes. It is almost im
possible to break oil the use of Tobacco,by
ezeroin \ba will. Some
th'ng i s need<-d to as -ist nature in over -
conmig a ŒTT
help of the 1'reparati i>n, there is not the
least trouble. Hund reds have used it who
arts willing to be *r witness to the fact,
that Orion's Pre|»arat ion completely des
troys the appetite foi Tobacco and leave« the
persou as free from iny desire for it as be
fore ho commenced its use. The l*re|»ara
tiouacts directly up on tbe same glauds and
secretions aflecied by Tobacco and through
these upon the blood thoroughly cleaning
the poison of Tobacco from the system and
thus allaying the un|uaiural craving for To
b»c< o.
ter using Orton's pr f
is warranted.
Tbe time taken to allay all desire for To
bacco by the use of the Preparation varies
slightly in different persons,the average time
being about &ve days. Some have no desire
whatever after using the Preparation tw day*.
The Health and /*krw of every Toliacco
user in the country calls loudly, ahahoos
tub ise or Tohaoco.
i he
No more han ker\ng for Tobacco of
paration. Recollect it
Recommendations.
The following are a lew ^elected from the
multitude of recommendations in our paa
session :
We, the undersigned, hereby certify that
we have used Orton's Preparation lor the
purpose of destroying tbe apjHaite for Tobacco
and can assart? thus* who are bu fiering
from this habit that Orton's Preiwratiou will
certainly destroy the appetite for Tobacco,
quickly and permanently , and without any
liad effect upon the health, and without
atiug an appetite either for the I*reparation or
any substitute:
W. P. Heald Bangor, Maine; J. Moody,
Southport, Indiana; E W. Adkins, Knox
ville. Tenu. ; John Merrill, Bangor, Maine;
J. Bunch,Springfield. Tcun. ; W. D. Hammr
ton, West Point, Ga.
From Kamurl ('»««hlaj*, Editor
Journal and Argua.
Pktalitia, Cal., Doc. 14, 1868.
For about twenty y m
in its various forms au.l for tbe last right
years had been an inveterate smoker,
coming satisfied that tho excessive u
seriously Impairing my
had used tobacco
M
ol
this narcotic
health, I determined, if possible, to break
myself of tbe babil. Hearing of Orton's
Preparation lor destroying the appetite f<»r
tobacco, I sent to Portland, Maine, for a lx*x
or the medicine which ! received through
tbe mail on the 17th or November, A month
baa not elapsed, and yet the medicine bo «
effectualy relieved me or every craving or
de* ire to uhc tobacco in any Torrn. The prep
a rati. >n is not more difficult or unpleasant to
take than common chewing gum.
scicncioAitioutdy believo the preparation will
have the promised and desired chert in every
instance where it i? given a fair trial. Up
on that belief, and from hii ! !
Wh to break
ou
assist others who may
away from the slavish appetite for tobacco
1 offer this testimonial Saura. Cassioat
0ù~ fielen rr of Counterfeit* and ail articles
purporting to be like this, of the same name
otherwise. The great popularity of Orton's
Preparation has induced unprincipled per
sont to attempt palming upon the public
counterfeit and inferior articles Curchas
ers will please order directly from the pro
prietor, or hil duly authorised Agents
The price of Orton's Preparation Is $2 per
hex, or six boxes for $10, sent by mail to any
l>art of the country, securely sealed from ob
servalion, with passage paid on receipt of
price.
How to send the money by mail. — Enclose
the amount in a letter, seal carefully, register
the letter anil take a receipt for it ol your
Postmaster Money sent by mail as above
directed at my risk.
Address C. B. COTTON, Proprietor,
Box 1748, Portland Maine.
Wise
J. HUELAT <fe 00.
DEAI.ER3 IN
i CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Wine*,
Liquor«,
C'ignr«,
Tobacco,
Iron,
an<l Steel,
CAL AND EASTERN MADE CLOTHING
and BOOTS,
CAL. and O'fl'X BLANKETS,
Flannel» <fc Ca»»l meres,
Men'» Ovcr»hlrt«>
Under-Clothing.
tilove*.
.adle« and
iery and
Coildren'a Shoe», Hi
Glove«,
Sheeting».
Shirting»,
Ticking»,
and Table Linen,
BRUS3EI.S Î and 2 N.Y CARPETING,
Horae-Shoe» and Nall»,
Carriage Dolt«,
A general laomeBl of 8belf
Hardware,
India Rubber and
Hemp Packing,
India Rubber Belting and »CeneralAs
„ rt m UC ttgü«rch»od*e HüiLATkco
1U
PAY UP AND SAVE COST.
T he accounts of the owyhee
AVALANCHE previous to and tnclud
1 HHH are doe and pay
ing November 1st, .
able to HILL k MILLARD. W R Mr Pair
iel lum th^î aixoutxiB and will coilert tb»
» HILL k MILLABD.
same.
Silver City, June IStb, 1869.
IDAHO LIVERY, SALE
AMD FF.KD STABLK,
—A!U>—
C O H II A L.
JQIIX U. UILLSOIV IIA3
ag&iu become proprietor of tlui
IÎUHO STABLE at the JoruA*
StP'fil Bridge •
'I hr Fremifir* art» in thorough repair.
Sadulr and Harne*« Horse* for hire.
Stock boarded by the day,week
Stock Bought and Sold.
Good accommodation« for Teamster* and
Packers.
I want to do a «hare of the bum ne*».
Come, See aad he Satisfied.
month
100,000 Shingles, of superior quality,
for «ale very cheap.
40tf
JOHN G. GIIX80N.
WAR EAGLE HOTEL !
Wathington st, Silver City, I. T.
V. Blacktnger.
Proprietor.
HE PROl-RlEM >Rof Ihi« Urgr anri
Com modi ou« tloiaur ha* Krflitrd
and Refurnished the ketabltahmeni id He
perior My le, making it recoud to none
in the Tcrnlory.
Being situated in the business |K>rtion of
town it afTerds unusual facilities to the trav
eling public generally. Rooms fitted up e*
peel ally fur the use and
Accommodation of Fa
T
Ilk«.
ft#* Thankful for past patronage no pains
w pan-d to merit a continuance of tbf
*ame.
V BLACK 1NGKR.
i*un
NILVKH CITY
BAKERY AND SALOON
»
JOHN GrtETK, Proprietor.
Next door above llxlVs Theater
HIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW NEW
ly furnished, and in such complete or
der, that the proprietor taken pleasure in
Inviting hi* friends and the public to rail,
examine and test bis
Wines, LI«i*«ors, Lager, «fcc.,
and buy up hi? rxcellent
T
Hrcnd. F3e«, « al». -, Cracker», et.
l,Hx rr by the i.la.-, <tuu,t
or Gallon.
j..:'
SAM HEIDELBERGER.
DRALL It IN
V'rfrlsblrx,
Fruit.,
Poultry,
Bullet,
Fl.h,
Gam. 1 , Ar.
ftps doors above Poetnjtee, Washington si
SS* Paper, will too corned
uln during the Summer
I i r
unt
JUM 11 hi OEI.IIKKGEK
4 ; i
Lumber and Mining Timbers
W. L. BURNHAM,
USA um I« ALL KIND» o»
MAiaTACTUKKH
LCMKKU and MINING TIMBER
YJt'KWSTKtM SAWMILL IS SPIT
a ted in the Brat of Ttmhrr, only
a short distance from town. I am prepared
to furnish all kind, of him her st lit-* lured
Hull », word, ra promptly filled
W, 1. BURNHAM
11
APOTHECARY'S HALL
t
GRANITE BLOCK
( West Side Washington Street, Silver City,)
Sign of ihc Big Mortar.
J. A. RUPERT,
Druggist and Apothecary.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer is
Drug«,
(hrmlrila,
Paint», Oil»,
'Window Gin»«,
Patent Nf4lcl»ei,
Fa nr y Good«.
And every article usually rotineclctl nllfc
TIIK DRUG BÜNIIIKHH.
j. a. Kuren
Ill
•BLAKE k CO.,
A8SAYER8,
... : 0 :
Gold Dnit, Gold and Sliver llul*
Hon Mrltrd and Amnmytd.
E GUARANTEE OCR ARRAYS TO
roulf»rm «ccuralely to the >Uu>d*rd
of the tT. 8. Mint.
Barn diSv'/iuutrd at current rale* Far
ticular attention puid to awsaya of or» of
every deacApU©B- Uf.
W
J. M. BLOSSOM
WaOLMA L» AMD RtT.IL l>«.LSR VS
ali|tf<td« of
MERCHANDISE,
AMD A<1'7 r«K
Reese'« Walla Walla Whisky.
Granite Block, Washington st,
Stiver City.
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