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WELLS, FARGO & CO.
BANKERS. Hirer City, Idaho Territory. URCHASE AND MAKE ADVANCES P tf} Buy aud sell mj-mu ** Sell on Atlantic Staten and Europe ; Draw direct on Ban Francisco and New York; Receive General and Special WELLS, FAKGO A CO 67 tf }. L. Smith, Agent. the tidal wave floats, AMD SO DOES THE Washington Meat Market! Well stocked with the very best of BEEF, MUTTON, PORK. All ol which can lie 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_relate his experience« as a Dutch butch •r-bov among the pretty kitchen girl«, etc. * PHILIP KOHLHEYER. ltf Star Brewery and Billiard Saloon. Fronting on Jordan and } Washington Sts. Silver City . I- T. t Wm. F. Somjikkcamp .Proprietor. -U T HE PROPRIETOR takes tbm method of informing hia old friends and Patrons that ha li es removed to his NEW SALOON, a few doors north .of the Old Stand,) where, as heretofore. lie will keep constantly on hand tho very best Wince, Liquor» and Cigare to be found in tho market. —ALSO" - .uv Three No. 1 Bill Ltd Tabid*, with Phelan's Patent Combina tion Cushions, Orders left at the Saloon for LAGER beer a barrel-, kegs or bottles, promptly filled at Moderate Charges. Via. F. SoJtMKKCAJtr. ■ ltf photographic. H. E. LESLIE, Gallery a few doors below and nearly oppo site Granite Block. Washington st., Silver City, L T. f H AVE MY ROOMS WELL and NE ATLA furnished, and am Prepared i« »>_> kinds of work in the Photographing Lino the latest and most i'optoved ètyl^ot lhe Those wishing to obtain the umeletl Uitrds. or the very henutiful and fascinating SPN-PEARL | oree lunj PICTURES can aceoinpbsh their wisnes by giving me a call. , A suimlv Ilf Mill and Mining View* constantly unhand. Iaa'.kets and rings neatly ill led. Copying Done to Order! H. E. LESLIE. art. E •tf KRANBERRIES KODFIBH, KORNMEAL AND KROCKERY, at J. HCELAT k CO.'S. Notice t.. Delinquents, a II NOTES aND ACCOUNTS DDE HI jV RAM D. ROSKNCRANS are lavable to the undersigned minog^s^h^ BEN BERNSTEIN, VHOLDatt AND RKTAIL PKAIÆK IN ; DRY' GOODS, CLOTHING, Boole and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladles' and Gentlemen's tailing Goods, Etc,, Farn* H as on hand a complete and very extensive stock ol goods m h line, which he is offering to the trade, who e, •ale and rcUil, for cash, at very low rates. BEN BERNSTEIN, Washington Street, between East Bide First and Second. Silver.City, May 1,1869. 41tf Thos H. Selby, the gentleman nominated by the Tax-payer's Union for Mayor of San Francisco, is the subject of scandalous abuse from the Examiner since lie has dared to run counter to the wishes of a ne farious ring of rascals in that city. We do not remember to have seen or heard anything of the Examiner's opposition to Mr Selby as President of the Southern Relief Association, two or three years ago ; on the con trary, if our memory serves us, that paper was very laudatory of the character of Mr. Selby, and urged liberal contribution because the means were to pass through the hands of a faithful agent, who would be responsible for its application to the purposes for which it was given. Nor did we hear any com plaiut of Mr. Selby's stewadship in the matter, after the close of the commission. Had Mr. S. consented to see the city continue in the hands of Cooney, McCoppin, Provines, White, Divine & Co., we have no doubt he would still have been a Saint, in the eyes of the Examiner. What astonishes us most is that from a somewhat intimate acquaintance, of several years growth, with the chief editor of that paper, we know he must have more regard for the little ünger of either Selby, Judge McKinstry, Rhodes, and a half dozen other old-time Democrats, now on the Tax-payer's ticket, than he can have for the whole bodies of all the roughs and rowdies who compose the ring. It is not in Washington's nature to be a rough, and yet, we find him herding with the chiefs of rowdy ring, in opposition to the interests of his city, and scandalizing the better class of those who have stood by and did battle with him in the same cause for years. ! David Hiram Smith, the younger of the original prophet, is de scribed as a fluent and forcible speaker, and, what is more, he is ev idently endowed with a large amount of backbone. In education be is far superior to Drigham, and for his years (he is only twenty-three four years of age) he seems to be evincing no less sagacity than pluck. The style in which he is attacking polygamy and Brigham's peculiar system of tithing must be peculiarly annoying to his antagonists. He is drawing well, and his speeches are listened to with enthusiasm. Refer ring to the grinding system of tith ing now in force, he is reported to have said : '* I believe in tithing the rich to support the poor, but you (Brigham) believe in tithing the poor to put money in the pockets of the rich." This 'terrible home thrust elicited applause and cries of " That's so " from every part of the hall in which the bold young aspir the position of head of the Church was speaking. To beard Brigham in this audacious style in his own stronghold is an enterprise fraught with peril, and we should not be greatly surprised if the career of David Hiram should come to a sudden and mysterious close. " So wise, so voung, they say, do ne er live long." and David would do well to be exceedingly circumspect in his goings out and comings judicious physician would advise him to beware of the night air and to avoid solitary walks in secluded places as being likely not to promote longevity.—5. F. Chronicle. ■ I or ant to A ID. The Alaska Times of August 20th says there are only six hundred inhabitants in Sitka, all told, yet there are breweries. for every ten persons, the guess that Capt. Murphy is ning three or four of those cribs on his own private account. sixty bar-rooms and two Think on't, a bar-room We venture run NOTICE. I HAVE MADE AND CONSTITUTED JOS. BURY my attorney in lact to transact business for me and in my name dunng my absence frsm the Territory. J.t. BYE. August 24th, IS®. E. IiOBENSTEIN, —DKAlKR IM— ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE Vegetables, Eggs, Confectioneries, FrnlU *c., *«. K. LOBENSTEIN. Tit: 62tf THOS.EWIHGCO. Wholesale and Retail - SILVER CITY. DEALERS IS f. ^*erav o Great Reduction in Prices ! -o KING DETERMINED TO AC commodate the public of this country we have made GREAT REDUCTION in our price» on ALL« ARTICLE®. it o Having a LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING on hand, and more on the road, we propose to sell all kinds of GENT'S CLOTHING Hals, Boots, &€., at Nan Fran cisco price*. Wc also propose to sell all kinds of DRY GOODS at less than the same can be bought for at Retail In the Han Francisco Market. We take GREENBACKS AT PAR! Saving to tho purchaser 33.'* per cent, the amount. o Our stock consists in part of BLANKETS, FLOUR, TEA, CLOTHING, SUGAR, COFFEE, RICE. BEANS, candles, OILS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, HATS, BOOTS, LIQUORS, IRON, a «ALT, STEEL, FUSE, POWDER, LARDS. HANDLES, shovels, of every description AVli\t> tlie L.AKGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK H —OF— GOODS Krer brought to this Miarltct, W« would respectfully invite all person.«, and especially Mill and Mining Meu, to call and see us and examine for themseltes Wc take great pleaaare in In Tiling the ladies le call and examine our STOCK OF DRESS GOODS, A Empress Cloth», Delaines, Merlnoa, of every description. Having a very heavy Stock of railSTTS We are selling Cheaper than the Cheapest ! and of the Beat Figure! and l«at«»t Style* ; —ALSO— my SHAWLS. skirts, HOSIERY, O I»t everybody wishing to purchase goods l^ei eyrrj uw; » Call and See ns, and "Pnt mo their pockets." THOS. EWING A CO. Bilver City, July Yl, 1969. ltf ney nt» Appetites Tobacco Destroyed Lessee olf Chewing and Ssnuk ing 77/A' POISOSOVS H EBP, TOBACCO O U T O N'H PREPARATION Kslatillsbrd l*«0. On© box of Ortou , »al*rci»ara etllo destroy lli© up jn-tae forT«*baceo, in any person, no ma iter how strong the babil may be. If \t fads m any case the money will be refund cd. Jt is i*rfectly safe and harmless in all ca tes. It is almost im possible to break of! the use of Tobacco, bv tbo mere tb'Ug is nevdc-U to as Bist nature in over "WîîTTTfTc help of the 1'rcparan on. there is not the least trouble. Hund reds have used it who are willing to in-fur witness to the tact, fBHcowdeisly dee pen is waram ■n ise ol the will. Bam that Orton's Préparât troy8 the apj»eute for Tobacco,and leave« the person as free from uuy desire for it as t»c 1'ore he commenced its'use The Prépara tionacts directly up on the same gluadsand secretions affected by Tobacco, und through these upon the blood thoroughly deamug the poison of Tobacco from the system and thus allaying the un natural craving for To bacco. Xo more kan leering for Tobacco af ter using Orion's pre paragon. Recollect it is warranted. The time taken to allay &U desire for To Dacco by th«* use of the Preparation varies slightly in different persons,the average time being about foe days. Some have no desire whatever after using ihePreparmtion two days. The Health ami Purse of every Tobacco user in the country calls loudly, abandon T il* ink or Tobacco. Rcrommcmini Ion». The following are a few selected from the multitude of recomuicudatious in our pus* si ssion : We, the undersigned, hereby certify that wt* have used Orton's Preparation for llie purpose of destroying the appetite for Tobacco assure those who are suffering will und from this habit that Orton's Prepare« certainly destroy tha appetite for Tobacco, yuickly and permanently , aud without any b id effect upon the health, and without ere atiugan ap|»clite either for the /*reparation or any substitute: W. P. Hea!d, Bangor, Maine; J. Moody, Southport, Indiana ; F W. Adkins, Kn»»x Ville, Tenn. ; John Merrill, Bangor, Maine; J. Buncli.Hpringtield. Tenn. ; W. I). Harring ton, West Point, Ga. url < M»»i«lay, Kdttor Journal and Argua, Pktau'ma, Cal., Dec. 14. 1*6S used tolmcco Ft. »ni Su For about twenty years 1 had in its various forms and for tho post right had beeu an inveterate smoker. Hi years coming satisfied that the excessive us this narcotic was seriously inipainiis nij health, I determined, if possible, to break tnvsolrof the Imbit Hearing of Ortons Preparation ior destroying the appétit, for tobacco I sent to Portland, Maine, for a box of the medicine which I received through the mail on the 17th of November, A month lias not elaiwed, and yet the modi fine lias cflfectoaly relieved me of every craving or desire to use tobacco in auy form. Tho prep aration is not more difficult or'"unpleasant to take than common chewing gum. 1 con ociennmiLiouaiy believe the |«r»'karation will have tin* proimaed and desired effect in every Instance when-it id given a fair trial. Lp on that belief, and from an honest desire to who rnav wish to break * ' assist others away from the lavish appetite for tobacco. 1 oiler this testimonial. Sami'KI. Cassioav 44 - Beware >/CnunlrrfeiU anti ail articles purporting to ! - like this, of the tame -illms or otherwise i he great \wi>ularity of (trtim't 1 'reparation h it induced unprincipled per tons to attempt palming upon the public counterfeit and inferior articles. Durrhat witl pteate order directly from the pro prietor, or hu luly authorized Agents The tinee ol Irion s Preparation Is IS per box, or six hots* for $10, sent by mail to any part of the oo utry. securely sealed from ob serration, Wl* i passage pou! ou receipt of «»ne«. How to sen the money by mail — LnclOM tin* amount in a letter, 8©ul carefully, Wftetor tiit* IctUT ainl a rw:i*i|>t for it of your loncy »ent by mail above 1'oatraxstor. directed at iuj Addres (' B. COTTON, Proprietor, Box 174k. Portland Maine. sit ä0l«0 J. HIJELAT&CO ■ I DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, I Wlnei, Li-iunrs, Cigar», Tobacco, Iron and Hteel, CAL AN ) EASTERN MADE CLOTHING and BOOTS. CAL. and O'G'N BLANKETS, Flannels AsCassintere«, Men's Overshirt», Under-Clothing, Gloves, 1 Ladies and Shoes, Hosiery and Glovee, Colldren's Sheetings. Shirtings, Ticking», and Table Linen, BRUSSELS 3 and 2 PLY CARPETING, . _ ^ .I India Rubber and Hemp Packing, Rubber Belting and a General As Horae-Shoea and Nalls, rrl ftgf Bolt«, A general aaaorinentof 8belf Hardware, India v . sortment of Merchandise. J HUELATkCO. nr r«T 11F. ACCOUNTS OF THE OWYHEE ■ AVAl ASCHE previous to and inciud , November 1st. 1*6« "Z au J ^ ,^ T &£*%?£!!!»% WÜ1 collect . SB , tJS'lM MIU ' ARD Silver City, June l*tb, 1W9. PAT UP AND SAVE COST. IDAHO LIVERY, SALE AND PEED »TABLE, —u>— COURAL. JIIIIV tl. UII.LSON HA* ngmo liecome proprietor of ths IDAHO STABLE »I the Jordan Street Bridge. The I'rtmliM »re in thorough repair. Saddle aud Harness Horses Ihr hire. Mock hoarded by the day,week Stock Bought and Sold Hood accommodations for Teamsters aud Packers. I want to do a shaft* of the husmoa Cotise, See aud bo Sail.-lied. —also— 100.000 Shinnies, of superior tpialily, for sate very cheap. Mtf month JOHN G G ILLS ON. WAR EAGLE HOTEL ! Washington-*, Stirer City. I. T. V. Blarklngrr Proprietor. T HK PROMU KTOR of this Large >< ml Com rood i ou» ll«u»e lm- lb fitted and Reftimlrtbed the Establishment lu Su perior Style, making il WHend b* iu the Territory. Being situated in the business portion of u it affords unusual faeilitie* to the trar* oling public generally. ami i* Koonut fitted up eu |H*clally for the Accommodation of Famille». jFgr Thankful for past patronage no paini will be «imred to merit a continuai -- of tha same. ['iW] V BLAt KINuKH SILVER CITY BAKERY AND SALOON I JOHN GftKTK, Proprietor. Xestt cfour a bo re Hill's Theater. HIS establishment is now new. ly furnished, ami in such complc der, that the proprietor Ukc* pleasure »» inviting his friends and tho public to oui, examine and test his Wine», laiquors, Lagrr, «Ac., and buy up Ins excellent Bread, Pica,Cake»,Cracker», eta art T M Lagrr by I be G!»m, R or Gallon. i If SAM HEIDELBERGER DEALER IN Vegetable». Fruit., Egg». Poultry, Hut 1 1 1, Flail. Game. Af. 7V*o door! above Vnstoßtce, M aj*> I » st 44 - Papers will Is* carrisd un the mount ain during thaSuniiniw. SAM HEIDELBERGER t • * Lumber and Mining Timbers W. L. BIHMIAM itAxrKACTrnKB Ago IIXALCK ty Alt xixo. or LUMBER anil MINING TIMBER Y NEW STEAM SAWMILL IS SITE ale,) 111 the Hrat of Timber, only a short dhtane« from town lam prepared to furnish all kinds of lumber at Reduce«* it»tea. ad Orders promptly filled W. I» BURNHAM. >1 4*:r APOTHECARY'S HALL t GRANITE BLtKK, ( West Bitte Washington Street. Silerr City ,) Sign of «h. Big Mortur. J. A. RUPERT, Druggist und Apotherury. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drug», ChcmlraU, Patiala, Oil*. Window Ulaaa, Patent Mrdlrlaea. Pa ary Gooda. And every article iiaually connected with the drug buminf.hn. J A. RUPERT. ■ I tif 1 , , BLAKE k CO., absatbhs. , I Gold Hast, Gold and Silver Bâi llon Melted nnd Assayed. W E GUARANTEE OUR ASSAYS T» conform accurately to the aundar« ol tha U. 8. *!»• .I Bara discounted si current rates t i ru i ar attention peid to aaaaya of ere of „e r y description ltf : Par J, M. BLOSSOM » , . Whuumat.* AUD Rstail Deal** iff all kind« of BSERCHANEI8E. AffO AO'T FOR Reese's Walln Walla Whisky. Ormiu Block, Waskuigten *-, Stiver aty. |