IDAHO CITY BUIIKEBI DIBECTQBY.
»C. 8. Kingsley, general merchandise, Hain Street
G. W. Crafts, general merchandise, Main street
Thomas Barry, general merchandise, Commer
Lrfuer k Swinn, general merchandise, Main
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 street
George Dunigan, hotel, *Main street
W. Payn^ oarpenter, »lain street
John Banyan, painter^ corner Commercial and
Dr, Reiter, physisian and. surgeon. Wall ala
Dr. H. ZipC physician and drugstore. Main street
VRowe & McDevitfmeat market Main street
A. Strauss, commission and storage business,
John Garrecht, meat market Main street
N.' Rang, trrewery, Main street
C. W. Moore A Co., First National Bank, Main
John Good, Ton8orial artist, Main street
S. C. Silsby. books and stationery, Montgomery
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 factory, Wall street
Tiacher k Holland, saloon. Main street
Matt Zapp, saloon. Main street.
McClintock k Stewart feed and livery stable,
: Montgomery street.
Martin Mellennovich, restanrant.Wall street.
William Mautz, boot and shoe shop, Main street.
Hay k Cowan, blacksmiths. Main street •
John Harley, blacksmith. Main street.
Henry Freidenger, bakery and fruit store. Main
Dolioux, grocery and liquor store, Montgomery
Chas. Mautz, boot and shoe shop, Main street
Jones, wagon maker, Main street
Josiah Cave, blacksmith. Main street
Thomas Dixon, tailor, Mainstreet
Stuck Ai Eli. carpenters, Main street
Lester k Furgueon, carpenters, Montgomery
Dr. B. Simpson, physician and dentist Commer
• cial street
Johp B rod beck, fruit and cigar store. Main street
B. F. Lodge, watchmaker. Main street.
George Bennett upholsterer, Montgomery street
There is a saw mill just outside of town «>» tied by
>orrill, ompkins k West, and another two miles
•.from t own owned by Willis A Driscoll. The latter
K"o, has * ^umber yard on Main street; the formerai
-eir The school house and flood Templar
Iball are a ^so on Main street, and one or two Chinese
►stores. There is a Methodist Church on Wallstreet
BOISE CITY BUSINESS DIEECTOEY.
Wm. B. Morris—Agent Northwestern Stage Com
Jy»any; also, W. F. A Co.'s Agent.
W. C. Tatro—Proprietor Rocky Bar Stags Lina.
Wm. H. Nye—Drug Store.
F. H. Coffin A Co.—Stoves, Tin and Hard wars.
C. W. Moore—First National Bank of Idaho.
P. J. Pefly—Harness, Saddle and Leather Depot.
T. Logan—Dry Goods, Groceries and Clothing.
R. B. Reed A Co.—Dry Good*, Groceries, and
►Clothing, Wines and Liquors.
D. Falk A Co.—Dry Goods, Groceries, and Cloth
L Schwabacher A Co.—Dry Goods, Groceries, and
P. Sonna— Groceries, Hardware. Iron and StceL
C. Jacobs—Flooring Mill and Distillery.
Bilderbeck A Schnabel—Groceries, etc.
C. Jacobs—Dealer in Flour, Bacon and Whisky.
•8. 8piegel—Variety Store.
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. Bay house—Boot and Sbœ Store.
J. Pollard—Boot and Shoe Maker.
J. Stool s—Boot and Shoe Maker.
A. B. Monjjon—Fpmiture Store au<J Cabinet X»
3ter. .• -
A. Hagar—Furniture Store.
Mrs. Chas. Ostner—Millinery Store and Dress
^Maker. ♦ ■
Mrs. Isaacs—Millinery Store and Dress Maker.
Mrs. Winebeimer— Dress Maker.
J. Slocum—Dealer in Hay and Grain.
J. Case—Produce Store and Dealer in Gram.
Jas. H. Twogood—Depot Agricultural Implements
<and Agent Florence Sewing Machine,
L B. Curry—Photographic Artist.
R. E. Howlett—Assortment Store.
G. W. Gess A Go.—Meat Market
Wm. R. James—Meat Market.
J. A. Bennett A Co.—Meat Market.
Capt. J. W. Griffin—Overland Hotel.
Hush A Young—Central Hotel.
•A. P. Turner—Turner House—hotel.
J. H. Gordon—Capital Restaurant.
•J. Sheffer—Confectionery and Chop îlonse.
-Agnew A Race—Livery Stables and Feed Corral.
<3. 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.
K. E. Howlett—Lumber Yard.
Barrett Williams—Lumber Yard.
A. J. Marston—Carriage, Wagon, Blacksmith and
J. H. Jacksou—Blacksmith Shop.
H. Thompson—Blacksmith Shop.
Baldwin A Hemphill—Blacksmith Shop.
G W.Stilts—Blacksmith Shop.
J. Woods—Blacksmith Shop.
T. C. Maupio—Foreman N. W. 8. Co.'* Machine
W. C. Carlton— Foreman N. W. . Co.'s Carriag
& De Lord—Small Grocer.
O. Bobbins*—Wood Yard.
Hein Bros.—Wood Yard.
M. Millenian—Wood Yard.
Ben. Anderson—Carpenter Shop.
M. Byrd—Carpenter Shop.
F. Corbus—Carpenter Shop.
George Ellis—Carpenter Shop.
Georgs Engleharr—Carpenter Shop.
T. Landit—Carpenter Shop.
H. Authouy—Carpeute.r Shop.
' Capt. A lien —carpenter Shop'. - -
'Fred. Buckhart—Carpenter. Several others, names
Bayhouse k McHenry—Shaving Saloon and Bath
[There is also a Barber Shop in Overland Hotel
buildings, name of proprietor not yet ascertained.]
J. Sinclair—Tailor stoop.
L. F. Cartee—Fruit Trees and general Nursery.
Milton Kelly —Slatctnan Office Printing Establish
Wm. H. Drake—Superintendent Grange Flooring
Brick Yard—Flannegan Bros.
J. Welch—Painter, Glazier, and Paper Hanger.
M. Millemau - City Job Wagon.
W. Morse—Dealer in Milk,
F. Davis—Dealer in Milk.
I„ Scholl—Professor of Music.
Jas. Heard—Brick and Stone Mason.
T. McHenrv—Brick and Stone Mason.
L. Scholl—Justice of the Peace.
J. S. Peck—Justice of the Peace.
T. V. Matthews—Book Keeper and Accountant.
R, Waud—Book Keeper and Accountant
E. C. Sterling—Book Keeper and Accountant.
F E. Kellogg—Book Keeper and Accountant.
John Young—Proprietor Boise City ltace Course.
John Early—Dealer in Thoroughbred Horses and
Cattle. — „ . „ » .
Ed. Bryon— Proprietor Warm 8prings Hotel and
C. Arnold— Resident Dentist.
J. L. Stephens—Physician and Surgeon.
E. Treadwell—Physician and Surgeon.
E. Smith— Physician and Surgeon.
_Taft—Physician and Surgeon
Cahalau A Brumbaok—Attorneys and Counselors
at Law. *
Grav A Hnston—Attorneys at Law.
Prickett A Hasbrouok—Attorneys at Law.
Curtis A Barbour— Attorneys at Law.
Kellv A Smith—Attorneys at Law.
A. Heed—Attorney A Counselor at Law.
Oldham A Taylor—Billiard Saloon.
Jimmy Hart—Sample Rooms.
Still. Kelly—Saloon and Billiard Table.
F. Dangel—Saloon and Billiard Table.
A. J. Griffiu—Overland Hotel Saloou.
Audy Coyle—Gem Saloon.
Jauman—Sample and I.uuch Rooms.
John Lenip—Boise Saloon.
Jos. H. Misseld- City Saloon.
S. De Lord—Saloon.
-Mount HihkI Saloou.
Delegate to Congress...................S. 8. Fenn
Governor....................... Thos. \V. Bennett
Secretary of Territory.................. K. J. Curtis
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. .X!. E Hollister
Associate Justice—1st Judicial District . .John Clark
Associate Justice—id Judicial Dis'L — W. C. Whitson
U. S. DistrioffAttorney and IT. S. Com
missioner...........................J- W. Huston
...... L. F. Cartee
.W. P. Thompsou
.....J allies Stoti
R. L. Richard»««.
.....John A. Post
Register land Office........
Receiver land office........
Collector Internal Revenue..
C. S. Marshal................
Clerk Supreme Court........
Postmaster at Boise City....
Territorial Tn-asurer............John Hun toon
rSITKl» STATKÜ ASSAY 0»*KICK.
Assayer and t»i»i>®rtuu*u«U>ut............Albert Wolter*
Melier and lU tine» ............ Robert Heuwhkel
Clerk.....................-..........K. 0. Sterling
OF KICK US AI>A COU»TT.
Sheriff......................... J- B. Ague*
Auditor and Recorder............. S M. Hanthorn
Probate Judg•*...................... W. W «îlidtlru
Treasurer.........................C 1*. Rialerbeek
Assessor and t'«»llector............J. M Ttiornpsoii
Scb<H>l Superinteiideut........... N. M liainh«*rii
Surveyor............................. T. M. Randall
Coroner............................ ...<'. North
Justices of Peace, Boise City . .I. I J S )*•■* k
Constables. Boise City____I !.. Tin.-r, G, o Giant» rt
Justice of Peace. Mi«l.lUt«»n Pr.**-ii.< I..M. R Jenkins
*• •• Canyon Precinct. . ..«» A. |t«»weii
*• •• Green M«*ad«*w l'rir'l.. I> Marsham
•• •• I'nioii Prtvin«*t.........J Mnith
• • •• lfot >iiriiig- I'recitiet.......<\ ««rail
«• 111 tfSuti .n Pr< ..A 4. McKarU.i I
County Commissioners— G. W. «»es*. A. Rossi, 1
Pioneer Business Directory.
Mariiguu A: C':»nn:wly. g«n«rnl nuuhau
Pat Noonan, hutfher .sin»]».
John Vt'a-sry. >aloon.
Jerry Mcrnan. vrgutabl«* slantl.
Callahan A: Co., draymen and v«*g«*t:ibh*
8. H. Connollv. U]»h«*M«*r and carju nt« r.
Michai l (iarrity. livery stable.
James Coleman, bulging h«»u>t\
A<lam Lind, hlaek>mith shoj».
Mieh,iel (iarrity, hotel.
Daviner A: ('«>.. general mereliandisi*.
James Stadtmiller, brewery and saloon.
Richard Stoke*, butcher shoj».
Hull A: Tucker. w«»oiivar<l.
Bird Lofins, (irayman.
Geo. \V. Smith, store.
Walsh A Co., dance hall.
One Chinese store.
E. A. Stevenson, ditch owner.
Ben Wilson, saw mill and ditch owner.
*A n n 11 y n\* Toiiv v F uL'er
^ i ^ U
hereby 'notiimd that I. R G. Alien, h .* d.»uo th«
full amount of w«» k required by fli** l»v nf Cmi«
grea* <if ls7'2, and aniendnients thereto, t«> wit- !
Tw« lluii«iic<l ($400) Doltnrs j
on tin* L<»h Angeles quartz ledge, discovery claim,
situated in lt*>i*e county, I. T., a'nl on the di
vide Im*|oW the town «if Boston on the cast side of.
Grimes creek: said claim consisting of l.nod feet
along sai«l L»* Angeles quartz ledge, and you ar
hereby required to pay to me all assessments against
you on tin* same, and for the publication of *thls no
tie«* within ninety (90) days from tne date hereof. <»r
forfeit nil of your right, till«*, inl«*r«*st and « laini.in
to. and np«»n, said J»os Angeles quartz claim me
pr«ivfd«*d by the net *lwtve specituid. , •
Idaho City, April 11, 1M7.VJ R G. A i.i.r.j».
To all County ami Precinct Officers.
rjMTK ATTENTION OF Al Ar C0ÜN
y and Precinct officers is heraby «»lied to Sec.
17 of th«! "ii*t creating the Board « »t < minty 0«»m- '
mlasioimrs and «l«*ftni.ig tli**ir «liities and p«»wej ," |
approved January 15, 1N75 A «juarterly statement
is required from <»o«-h and all
with ttic* «•«»llection, sale-k«*«*ping
of the pulilic funds during lh<
All Justices of tin* Pea«*«* and (.'«»nstahlea who have
«olli*ci«*d fines are included in the list, »nil luuatjhlW
make tlieir report to tin* B«»ar«l of Commissioners
at ilmir regular session, which comnieucea July 5,
1875. JAMES MGRIARTY,
Aqditor ami Reoorder of B«»ise Co.
and Ex-Uffiuio Cl'k of »he B'd.
June 30. 1875.
°* those entrusted ■
•^»reeedmK^màner 1 ; !
Board of Count" Commissioners
Of Boise county. Idaho Territory, will iu**et in lie *-1
ular Session, ut the court house, in Idsho City, on
( It« nday | the 5tli «lay of •Yuly, 1875,
that being the first Monday in said month. All ac
counts or other matters coining betöre »aid Board
should be filed prior tothat time. |
All accounts ami papers must be le *ally verified
to in*urea«Hion thereon, and nö bill be presented
nnh s* all the fee* pre paid. JAKE* Mom aBTV.
lbAuu City, March 14, 187fi.<*.*. . . Clerk. \
FLACEEVILLE BUSINESS DIEECTOEY.
J.V.R. Witt—General Merchandise. Plaza.
Weiler & 8mith—General Merchandise,
James Eagan—Justice of the Peace.
Robert K. Irvin—Constable.
John My er-rPua tin aster. Granite street.
Myer &■ Smith—Dhigs & Medicines and
Fancy Goods. Granite street.
Myer & Smith—Wells, Fargo & Co.'«
Afcnta. Granite street.
W. J. Rothwell—Physician and Surgeon.
J. W. Daviaon—International Hotel. Plaza
Mrs. Margaret Buckley—Idaho Hotel.
Mrs. D. Stcckle*— Phœnix Restaurant.
Garrett, Hayes & Co.—Empire Meat Mar
O. Donnell & Co.—City Meat Market.
Jas. McKay—Magnolia Saloon. Plaza.
1). Donovan—International Saloon. Plaza.
Cris. Anderson—Miner's Saloon. Plaza.
Charles Kohney— Brewery and Saloon.
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
John Merrill—Tin Ware. Plaza.
Andrew Carvan—Barber Shop. Idaho
IL . C.-Holden—Carpenter Shop. Idaho
John E. Saunders—Carpenter Shop Gran
W. A. Hutchinson—Carpenter Shop. Gran
Andrew Foison — ('arpenter Shop. Plaza.
Mike Halley—Milk Dealer. Pine street.
J. \V. Davison—Agent Northwestern Stage
Company. Office—International Hotel.
J. C. Shepherd—Payette Express. Granite
Fr«-«i Campbell—Jeweler and Watchmaker.
I. W. Garrett, John Klh*, Philip Clouder
— Elected School Trustees lor he coming
r b»r District No. 4, April f»th 18?f
CENTEEVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
G. W. Crafts, dealer generu! merchandise.
Well*, Fargo »V Co.'* Express office— G
W. ('rafts. Agent.
Jerome Beardsley, fruit, cigar* and beer.
Jerome Beardsley, blacksmith simp
('. ('. Meftert, hotel,
Hardin A Daly, butcher «hop.
S Dempsey, livery stable.
.lo«* Hroiisaii. lH»ot and shoe maker.
Fled IIeotJ»*in, cal>zi«'t simp.
(J.-..rg»- C'nrtw right, ha) and f**» , d store.
pMstotfo-e, P. J. Moore, postmaster.
I^*m* l'erre, restaurant.
Cbatinell iV Church, saw null.
1'. F. < 'h.mi;**11 «V ( '•>., ditch.
S. K ( »»»Idtrnp. ditch
Hong \\ * * Chung. Chinese store
Se Lung ('•• , Chinese store
('Inn* K»*e ('<» , Ctiines*- store.
Cime K>- C" . hutdo-r shop
] hietor ('hung. Chinese druz store.
* Ifnrinoii. doctor.
I'lt«»i'i»s Vl> WII.I. UK RKf'KtVKD)
»Hire nf tit«* ( '.unity Au«li;»*r, in !
. tip t«> 1(1 o'clock A. M. ot Julv j
meeting of tin* I» »anl of ( » »nul v
hut- <>f tin* July term, at which ;
po'.al.H will 1 m* opened |,y the
«■i»nt»truction of u <joo«l anil j
iilge. oil till* l pper I'avetl«*!
1 K M.KD
Idaho < it>
C'h. at 'In
( '» »uimi*>i<
Mealed pro j mi
!» >.ir«l for tin
l iter, in the place of the old bridge. Spec. I
itii ation.i, viz : A bridge two himdivd and 1
tiftv feet lonir. more or h>>. and twelve
fed wide, with one pier in the center and
four 1 m nt n, and about two feet higher than
Jthe present bridge, three stringers 12\12
'and ninety feet long, to sjtan the main
stream, the other stringers l'J\12 and fifty
feet long, brace* l'J\l4aiid to lnateli the
stringers, with iron holts, and flooring
three inches thick; also a giKnl and sub
stantial railing nn each side of the bridge
from hank to hank.
Ex-Oflicio Clerk Bd. Co. Com.
Notice to ZiIcd Holders.
A - Church • ,,<1 B* F. Channel v*. John Foster.
I A LLPKKWyifS HOLDING OB CLAIMING LIEN*
^ ° r encumbrance* under nm provlalnns or »An
for securing liens to mechanics nnd others,"
! 'U'oti that certain frame building known a» Foster s
] Hotel, situate In Qnartzburg. la Boise « onnty, Idaho
j Territory, imme«li»tely opposite Hannifan's txiard
lug house, and next t • Tain» k I,lice's statile on the
north, being 3Mx4H feet nu>re or less, one and a half
story high, with additions on the east and north
sides about twelve feet wide, and a c liar 1 ix 1ft feet,
together with tin* hereditaments and appurtenances
appertaining thereto, and the land tinder and around
the same for such space as may be necessary for the
convenient tine of the same, are hereby notifliul to
he and appear in the Olstrict Court. Heeond Judicial
« tatrict, of Idaho Territory, at Idaho City, on the
'jotti day of September, iK75, and then und there
exhibit the pr«n*f of said liens or encumbrances, or
thev shall t«e deemed to he waived in lavor of tlioae
so exhibited. JONAH W. BROWN,
Attorney for P.aintiff*.
Idaho City, June 17, 1875. 3w
I lmve in my possession the following
described horse and mare, which, if
■ ji*,| called f«*r and the charges paid in lhir
! . v fi'>m ' he first publication of this
will be disposed of according to
One small dun mar branded II on the
One cream-colored horse, »villi white
mane and tail. No brand, and about four
years old. A. Duquette.
Idaho City, June IS, 1875.
We have on hand, and for enle in lota to »ult pur»
cha*er, 1U,000good cigar*. MJ* R k SMITH,
-— - ■—— - ------- , .
. v|ro AL , . , . .., rnn
|X>LANKS OF ALL KINDS FOR
JLw sale at this office.
MINERS 1 EXCHANGE.
John Foster, ..............Proprietor.
The tables of the Miner's Home will always be sup
plied with the very best of everything in the msrieu
GOOD, CLEAN BEOS
provided for regular boarders or transient customers,
and no pains nor expense spared to make the Home
deservedly » favorite resort for everybody. Give u*
a call if you want either a square meal or a good,
comfortable bed. Nov7-tf.
WAGONAND CARPENTER SHOP
Main Street, Idaho Ciiy,
H. JONES, proprietor.
Makes a speciality of repairing wag
one, buggies, &c. None but the
BEST SEASONED TIMBER USED
and work warranted equal to any in the country
Give me a trial.
Con«r l*stptam and CoHwmal Stmti,
AYING AGAIN ASSUMED CON
trol of the above named bouae. I have return,
ished the name with new beds and bedding. Single
<»r double room« for guests.
Will be supplieu with the beat the market affords.
THE GENERA« STAGE OFFICE
For all lines loading out of Idaho City will be found
at this house. [June 7"i-U
BATHS AND B1RDI1.
FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
AVING TAKEN CHARGE OF THIS IDFULAR
j- 1** I- of public resort. 1 hsve thoroughly r« n<*.
van d the estal.hshmetit and am prtq»are<l u> re<*eivr
PERMANENT BOARDERS OR TRANSIENT GUESTS.
HOT AND COLD BATHS
ready at ail times, and everything al«>ut tb* house
kept clean and neat.
The LADIKS' DEPARTMENT will be controlled by
And everything will
comfort <<f gu« sta.
b® done to n*ntribute U< the
GRANITE CREEK, I. T*
The m<>st complete and (vmmodionn store. *nd the |
most extensive st»»ek «>f g«x*«ls to t»«* fourni in 1W» s<*
tvMinly. outside of Idaho City. Our »lock of go<«ls
QUF.EN8 AND HARDWARE.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
MIXEH'8 OUTFITS, DRYGOODS, CIAJTHING
BOOTS k SHOES,
and, In short, everything that it demanded in the
the market; and we
SELL FOR CASH CHEAPER
than any other house in Boise county. Call and see
our gotxisand learn nnr prices, and we wilt make it
to your advantage to buy oi us.
Augl-tf] A. PAN8KIN A CO.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
Fronting nn the east
side of the Plaza,
PL ACR II VILLE, I. T.
A. ORCHARD, .........Phopriktoh.
Haddle, Carriage. Bnggv and Team Horses kept
constantly on hand and ready for nse day and night;
and horses received for board or to t anche by the day
week or month,
AT LOWEST RATES.
A good hostler always in readiness to wait on cha
tomers, and every accumulation provided in first
class livery stable*.
A IX PERSONS KNOWING THEM
solve* indebted to me either by nota or account
are hereby requested to call and pay the same to Mr.
Zack E. Elkin, who ia fully authorized to transact any
and all buaiuea* for me and in my,name until further
notice. j. K. Kkkd.
Idaho City, Jan. 31, 1875.
49*8. M. Pkttkwoili. k Co.. 10 State Street, Bo*
ton, 37 park Row, New York, and 701 Chestnut 8traet
Philadelphia, are our Agents for procuring advertiae
menta for the Idaho Wobld In the above cities, an«
authorised to contract for advertising at our lowe*
Wholesale and Retail
Cor. Kearny and Sutter St 8 . (
And are turn used in Con ten*
by all of our
TUE SHERMAN k HYDEPlAXo
la the c*Iy
FIRST CLASS INSTRUMENT,
Bold at MOO,
The Square Pianos are 7>, o« tare, and MnW-.n
Mi»dern Improvements, such as Elegant » i
Caae. beautiful Mouldings, Full Iron Frame Un i
Legs and Lyre. Overstrung Bass, Agraffe Trkle Jr
Length, 6 teet 10 Inches; Width, 3 feet 6
ARE FUL'LY WARRANTED
For Ten Years.
Superiority of Workman*hip,
Elegance of Finiih,
IS UK RIVALLED
We keep constantly on hand a good asaomuHit cl
RELIABLE CHEAP PIANOS,
T l . Octave, agraffe Treble,
made raoM the best seasoxed material,
mica as dis as wokthusi mi am* ca» u obtabp
PIANOS AND ORGANS
SOLD OB EAST INKTAU.RF.NT», IF DtsinED.
Call and Bee Us Before Purchasing
SHERMAN & HYDE.
% A \ Fer day at home.
fr ** < *- Add " M ., A W
o. w A: 1 o. t Pi»rlUod# 3»
Main 8t., Idaho City, second door below Kunniel,
BREAD. PIES, CAKES, CRACKERS OF ALLS 1 * 1 *
CIOAU» ANI) TOBArCl
8oda Water, and fruits, dried snd
always on band. Ice cream during tbeSuE®*
Order* for balls and partie* promptly AH« 1 -
C. W. MOORE & C 01
Do a general banking busiuc**. 55
New York, San Francisco,
And the principal
The highest pt
BOLD DUST,BOLD AHDSIL
In coin or currency
S^Buy and sell greent* k*.
tion, requiring only c*»*
perseverance, and which pay* libjÿ ^(*il »£
wmmm or »KAtrrnm. oirr*. for
to Hrksman k Hyd*. of San]"^? \
and terms to agents for SNCRNdD # 0 Qmri
ty pages, quarto form. Csnva*» a Ä
tarne nd la ruorr *•**'£££*
Tby it akd Mts. Address SHERMA^
Alf AORRF.ABD* JJJ
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