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IDAHO CITY BUSINE88 DIRECTORY
C & KiugOey. general merchandise, Main 8treet
O. W. Crafts, general merchandise, Main street.
Thomas Barry, general merchandise, Commer
cial street.
' Lauer ft SWinn, general merchandise, Main
etreet.
^(j, Marre. Tin and hardware. Main street
D. B. Kimmel, watches and jewelry. Main street
! J. B. Emery, genersl merchandise. Main street.
Ed. Fulmer, general merchandise, main street
George Dunigan, hotel. Main street
W. Payne, carpenter. Main street
John Runyan, painter, corner Commercial and
Wall streets. . _ „ ,
Dr. 8hefTer, physician and surgeon, Wallula
Dr. H. Zipf, physician and drugstore, Main street
Rowe ft McDevitt, meat market Main street
A. Strauss, commission and storage business.
Main street
John Garrecbt meat market Main street
X. Hang, brewery, Main street
C. W. Moore k Co., First National Bank, Main
etreet
John Good, Tonsorial artist. Main street
8. C. Silsby. books and stationery, Montgomery
''street
M. G Luney, hotel, Luna House, corner Mont
gomery and Commercial streets.
W. W. Black, livery and feed stable, Main street
Wulff 6 Miller, soda factory, Wall street
Tincher k Holland, saloon, Main street
Matt Zapp, saloon, Main street
McClintock A Stewart, feed and livery stable,
^Montgomery street.
Martin Mellenuovich, restaurant,Wall street.
* William Mautx, boot and shoe shop. Main street
Hay A Cowan, blacksmiths. Main street
John Harley, blacksmith. Main street
Henry Freidenger, bakery and fruit store. Main
street.
Dolioux, grocery and liquor store, Montgomery
street
Chas. Mautx. boot and shoe shop. Main street
Heman Jones, wagon maker. Main street
Josiah Cave, blacksmith. Main street
Thomas Dixon, uAnr, Mainstreet
Stuck a Eli. carpenters. Main street
Lester A Furguaon, carpenters, Montgomery
street
Dr. B. Simpson, physician and dentist Commer
cial street
John Brodbeck. fruit and cigar store. Main street
B. F. Lodge, watchmaker. Main street
ennett upholsterer. Montgomery street
Geor . .
Ther- t » saw mill just outside of town osued by
omlL ompkina A Waat, aud another two mile*
.from t ç owned by Willi* A DriscolL Th» Utter
Co, has a lumber yard on Main street; the former at
--eirniiU. The school bouse and Good Templar
hall are also ou Main street, and one or two Chinese
•tores. There is a Methodist Church on Wall afreet,
BOUE CITY BU81NES8 DIRECTORY.
Wm. B. Morris—Agent Northwestern Stage Com
pany; also. W. 7. A Co.'a Agent.
W. C. Tatro—Proprietor Rocky Bar 8tage Line.
Wm. H. Nye—Drug Store
7. B Coffin A « o.—Stoves. Tin and Hardware.
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 Goods, Groceries, and
Clothing. Wines and Liquors.
D. Falk A Co.—Dry Goods, Groceries, and Cloth
ing.
L Schwabacher A Co.—Dry Goods, Groceries, and
Clothing.
P. Sonna— Groceries, Hardware, Iron and S'eeL
C. Jacobs—Flooring Mill and Distillery.
Bilderbeck A Schnabel—Groceries, etc.
C. Jacobs—Dealer in Flour, Bacon and Whisky.
8. Spiegel—Variety Store.
D. Levy—Groceries.
P. Cohen—Groceries.
Mrs. P. Cohen— Varie*y Store.
J. B. Broadbent—Jewelry, Clocks and Watches.
J. Brumm —Jewelry, Watches and Clocks.
Humphry—Jewelry. Clocks, aud Watches.
James A. Pinney—Book and Variety Store.
Wm. Bay house—Boot and Shoe Store.
J. Pollard—Boot aud Shoe Maker.
J. Stool a—Boot and Shoe Maker.
A. B. Monson—Furniture Store and Cabinet Ma
ker.
A. Hagar—Furniture Store.
Mrs. Chas. Ostuer—Millinery Store and Dress
Maker. «
Mrs. Isaacs—MiUinery Store and Dress Maker.
Mrs. Winebeimer— Dress Maker.
J. Slocum—Dealer in Hay and Gràin.
J. Oase— Produce Store and Dealer in Orain.
Jaa. H. Twogood—Depot Agricultural Implements
and Agent Florence Sewing Machine.
I. B. Curry—Photographic Artist.
B. E. Howlett—Assortment Store.
F. Dangel—Bakery.
D. Levy—Bakery.
G. W. Geaa k Co.—Meat Market.
Wm.- R. Jamee—Meat Market.
J. A. Bennett k Co.—Meat Market.
Capt. J. W. Griffin—Overland HoteL
Bush k Young—Central Hotel.
A. P. Turner—Turner House—boteL
J. H. Gordon—Capital Restaurant.
J. Sheffer—Confectionery and Chop House.
Agnew k Race—Livery Stables and Feed Corral.
C. 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
B E. Howlett—Lumber Yard.
Barrett Williams—Lumber Yard.
A. J. Marstou—Carriage, Wagon, Blacksmith and
Gunsmith Shops.
J. H. Jockson-^Bladcmuitb Shop,
H. Thompson—blacksmilh Shop.
Baldwin k Hemphill—Blacksmith Shop.
G W. Stilts—Blacksmith Shop.
i. Wood*—blacksmith Shop.
T. C. AUupin—Foreman N. W. 8. Co.'s Machine
Bho|ie.
W. C. Carlton—Foreman N. W.
Bhops.
K De Lord—Small Grocer.
O obbin» —Wood Yard.
Bern Bro».-Wood Yard.
11. Alilieman— Wood Yard.
Ben Anacreon—Carpenter Shop.
M. Byrd—Carpenter suop.
F. < orb.:*— « arpenter Shop.
George E|lU—Carpeuter Spon_
. George Engiehart—carp*- nufr vnop.
tSi sSHMsr-süMgi «2»<mue : BMk
■*Xô ï. ÜirÂàtU'ùWr^ao*.
imildiug*. nam* of prooriator not yf^fgsnMntf^J
Co.'s Csrrisg
J. Sinclair—Tailor Hhop.
L F. Cartes-Fruit Treat and gsaaral HniMCft
Milton Kèlly —StaUtmbn Office Printing Establish
ment !
John Lemp—Brewery.
Joe Misseld—Brewery. _ .
Wm. H. Drake— Superintendent Grange Flouring
Mill.
Brick Yard—Flannegan Bros.
J. Welch— Painter, Glazier, and Paper Hanger.
Adam Gasser—Drayman.
M. Mille wan - City Job Wagon.
W. Morse—Dealer in Milk.
F. Davis—Dealer in Milk.
Mr. Basil—Wheelwright.
L. Scholl—Professor of Music.
Jaa. Heard—Brick and Stone Mason.
T. McHeury—Brick and Stone Mason.
L. Scholl—Justice of the Pesos.
J. 8. Peck—Justice of the Peace.
T. V. Matthews—Book Keeper and Aocountant
r. Waud—Book Keeper and Accountant.
E. C. Sterling—Book Keeper and Accountant.
F. E. Kellogg—Book Keeper and Accountant.
John Youug— Proprietor Boise City Race Courte.
John Early—Dealer in Thoroughbred Horses and
Cattle
Ed. Bryon— Proprietor Warm 8prings Hotel and
Dairy.
C. Arnold—Resident Dentist.
J. L. Stephens— Physician sud Surgeon.
E. Treadwell—Physician sud Surgeon.
E. Smith— Physician and Surgeon.
_Taft—Physician and Surgeon
Cahalan A Brumbaok—Attorneys and Counselor*
at Law.
Gray A Huston—Attorneys at Law.
Prickelt A Hssbrouck—Attorneys at Law.
Curtis A Barbour—Attorneys at Law.
Kelly A Smith—Attorneys at Law.
A. Heed—Attorney A Counselor at Law.
Oldham A Taylor—Billiard Saioou.
Jimmv Hart—Sample Rooms.
Still. Kelly—Saloon and Billiard Table.
Sam. Beck—Saloon.
J. Lawrence—Saloon.
F. Daugel—Saioou and Billiard Table.
A. J. Grithn—Overland Hotel Saioou.
Andy Coyle—Gem Saloon.
Jautnau—Sample and Lunch Rooms.
John Lemp—Boise Saloon.
Jos. H. Misseld- City Saloon.
D. Levy—Saloon.
8. De Lord—Saloon.
—— Mount Hood Saloon.
WAGON AND CARPENT LE EC F
Main Street, Idaho Ciiy,
j
E JONES, proprietor.
and work warranted equal
Give me a trial.
j
1
j
BEST SEASONED TIMBER USED
Makes a speciality of repairing wag
ons, buggies, Ac, None but the
to any in the country
LU3«A HOUSE
H
Corser loateoorry u4 Cconmul Strati,
a. LUXUS*, ........Proprietor.
again assumed con
AVISO
trol of the above uauied house, 1 have refurn
! ished the same with new buds aud bedding. MUglv
or double room* for guests.
THE TABLE
Will be supplieu «Ith the best the market affords.
THE GENERA- STAGE OFFICE
For all lines leading out of Idaho
at this house.
City
will be found
[June itl-U
CITY DRUG STORE!
I
DR. H. ZIPF, PROPRIE « OR,
Keeps for sale a fall stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATEN'
MEDICINES,
PAINTS AND
Fine
TOILET SOAP. BRUSHES AND PERFUMERY
Also
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
fur m.-dicinsl use.
Prescription* compounded with care. Order* so
citi to sud fillpd « uli promptness. [Apll6.7i-tf
rial $01 tt.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Relief for Young Men from tbe ef
fectn of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood
Restored. Impediments u> Marriage removed. New
met hod of treatment New and remarkable reme
dies' Books and circular* sent tree, in sealed en
velope*. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 410
North Ninth St., Philadelphia, Fa., -an Institution
having a high reputation fur tionorabia conduct and
professional skill.
'ln K Law ok NeW 8PAPKH8— 1. Siibscri
h»*ra who do not give express notire tu the cop
trary.are cousdered as wishing to contiuuv
their suhsrriptions
2. It nny suHscribvrs order thé discontinu
ance of their newspapers, the publisher may
uoutinue to send them until all arrearages are
paid.
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take
their newspapers frmn the office to which
they are directed, the law holds them reapoii
siMt* until they have g «tiled the bills, and or
dered them disenutinued.
4 If subscribers remuye to other places
without mforiiiiug the publisher, and the news
papers are unit to the liiruier direction, they
are held responsible,
5. The courts have decided that refusing to
take newspapers Ironi the nffiee, or removing
and leaving them nucalleil for, is prima facie
evnl-*nee of intentional Irattd.
ti The postmaster w ho neglects to give the
legal uwtiee of the negleet of u person ft* take
from the offi-e fhe newsptipers oddressed to
him, is llittble to the publisher for Uito subscrip
tion price, v - - a nlt
jiàVi.You.i OapBBsaT SiLaBt's.—Persons desjr
ft to be called-up èf mbfviujf/ït ad '«Nrilcfr 1 kftnAr
an uüuâl ViU ùlsaéa laadrlàalr ordern attbs Pdft
TT
.ktL
' au uitaä #itt plea éa t aaite« l ftft t> «ordfttft ht.
Lee Bookstore. JoMftjFftaftftvf
Might Watchman.
Stew Goods and Low Glieds
m T iiKn'i
to
arc yâfcflGP
LAUER &
8MINN
are Just receiving a aplendid stock of Clothing, Gro
ceries, Mining implements, Ac.
BLACK SILK VELVET V^TS
FANCY 8ILK VELVET VESTA
LINEN COAT8 AND DUE
CA8HMEBE AND DOE SKIN PAN1
Aline lot of
FASHIONABLE HATS.
! * f -•
A large variety of
Qents furnishing Goods, dco. •
Their stock of fancy and staple Groceries cannot
be excelled in quality sud prices by any house iu
the Territory. Our motto is,
QUICK
SALES AND SMALL
PROFITS.
p. 8._Special inducements offered to cash buyers.
Please give us s call before purchasing elsewhere.
LAUER A 8WINN.
Best Quality Flour.
•e.so,
com, iiAftftm,
At the
1 I i)
DEALER IN STOVES, TINWARE.
PUMPS. SHEET IRON. ZINC,
COPPER, BRASS, SHELF
HARDWARE. AND
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Manufacturer ul
near Boise City and at store in Boise City.
OMERS SOLICITED.
Address,
WAR EAGLE MILL CO..
Boise Citv, I
T.
G.
tin, copjKT, and »lieet iron wurc, Idaho City.
American Favorite.
THE FAVORITE MONTHLY
For the Farm and Fireside.
Each Number Contain*
OVER FORTY COL'SERADINO MATTER.
Only 79 Cents a Year!
1'ostage prepaid by the publishers.
T
mis is th»* largest and l»e#t monthly paper
tor the price published in America It
is live, well edited, and lull ol FUN and SNAP.
Enclose 75 rente and receive this popular
month v a year Or. send two It cent stamp
jtorapeciuien cop). Address.
AMERICAN
1 AVO TE."
Bridgeton, N. J
13
LAM'S OF AU, KINDS FOIii
sal«* at this •flice.
Notice,
All debt« dur the IdaIIO Would either f«»r
«iibacnptiun. advertising, or printing, must he
paid to K. W. Jones, «r order, who will also
pay the liabilities of the concern.
T. J. S Cl TON,
E. W. Jones.
Idaho City, May 15* 1875.
PLACEE VILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
J. V. K. Witt—General Merchandise. Plaza.
Weiler & Smith—General Merchandise.
Plaza.
James Kagan—Justice of the Peace.
Hubert K. Irvin—Constable.
John My er— Postmaster. Granite street
Myer & ttnith—Drugs & Medicines and
Fancy Goods. Granit»* street.
Myer & Smith—Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Ai ents. Granite street.
W. J. Kothwell—Physician and Surgeon.
Granite street.
J. W. Davison— International Hotel. Plaza
Mrs. Margaret Buckley--Idaho llutcl.
Granite street.
Mrs. D. Steckles— Phœnix Restaurant
Plaza.
Garrett, Hayes & Co.—Empire Meat Mar
ket. Plaza.
O. Donnell & Co.—City Meat Market.
Jas. McKay—Magnolia Saloon. Plaza.
1). Donovan—International Saloon. Pinza.
Cris. Anderson—Miner's Saloon. Plaza. •
Charles Kohue)—Brewery and Saloon.
Plaza.
Diehl & Martin—Blacksmith Shop Plaza.
Martin Cathcart—Shoe Shop. Plaza.
Alex. Crchard—Livery Stable. Plaza'.
P. Lungrie—Cabinet Maker, lduho street.
A. J. Boreland—Cabinet Maker. Broad*
way.
John Merrill—Tin Ware. Plaza.
t Andrew .Carvnitr-Barber Shop.
•Wet f '
Idaho
rr ^
D. ? HhMeti^-Cafpeoter $fcop. Idabp
g eu uder» Car pe n ter Shop QrZb-l
atreet
Jphn
iWaÂïÆ «T M'iJ- -»4 .T»rraW
*P
!>S
WipJf)fttdtoft»n8»ffi-HC®rFeitnr Shop.Qr^o;]
iU» atreet.
Andrew
I
Pine street.
Mike
■AS ftsaaa»*
J. C. Shepherd— Payette Expreß Grwiite
Preid' Caffipb é! 1—Jeweler and Watchjjmler.
I. W. Garrett, John ElUa, Philip Cl«uder
Elected 8chool Truste«* for hf cotnifi«
—r for District No. 4, April 5th, lev,.
■ tîi ;
CENTERVILLE BUSINESS MfcECTORY.
G. W- Crafts, dealer general merchandise.
' Wells, Pargo & Co.'s EipKess office— G
W. Crafts, Agent.
Jerome Beardslé^. fruit, cigars and beer.
Jerome Beardsley, blacksmith shop.
C. C. Meftert, hotel,
Hardin & Daly, butcher shop,
g Dempsey, livery stable.
Joe Brousau, boot and shoe maker.
Fred Heoflein, cabiuet shop.
George Cartwright, hay and feed store.
Postoffice, P. J. Moore, postmaster.
Louis Perre, restaurant.
Channel! & Church, aaw mill.
B F. Channell & Co., ditch,
8. K. Goldtrap. ditch
Hung Wo Chung, Chinese store.
8e Lung Co , Chinese store.
Chue Kee Co., Chinese store.
Cbue Ke Co., butcher shop
Doctor Chung, Chinese drug store.
V. Harmon, doctor.
Notice.
T
0 1!. O. ALLEN, JOHN F. KEEFE.
Ramondn Quail y aud William Whittle, and all
wh ni it may concern; You, and each of vou. are
hereby notified that I, K G. Allen, h e done lb«
full amount of wot k required by the law of Con
gress of 1873, aud amendments thereto, to ait*
Two Hundred l>olIurs
on th- Los Angeles quartz ledge, discovery claim,
situated In Boise ootinty. I. T.. and on tbe di
vide below the town of boston on the east side of
Grimes creek: said claim consisting of 1.0U0 <eet
along said Loa Angeles quartz ledge, and you ar
hereby required to pay to luealiaMacMKtiieiit* against
you ou tbe Mine, aud for the publication of this no
tie« witliiu ninety iHO) da>* from tue date hereof, or
forfeit all of your right, title, interest and claim,in
to, and upoii. said los At)i|e|ea quartz claim as
provided bv tbe ael above specified.
Iiuii*) t rrr, April 11. 1874.}
HG. t I LKW.
m BARK.
WARM
SPRINGS.
FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
H aving taken charge of thih popular
place of public reaurt, 1 have thoroughly reno
vated the establishment aud am prepared to m-*iv*
PERMANENT BOARDER* OR TRANSIENT NUT*.
HOT AND COLD BATHS
ready at ail limes, aud everything about tbe bouse
kept clean and neat.
The LADIES' DEPARTMENT will be controlled by
BOLS. COOPZOL,
And evemljing
comfort o? guest
will be done to
contribute to tbe
(declAtf
mm stor
GRANITE CREEK, I. T
Th - most complete and commodious store, and tbe
most extensive stock of go<«J* to he found in Bo se |
county. ont»ide of Idaho City. Our stock of geoda
comprise*
TI S W AK E, GL ASS,
QUEENS AND HARDWARE,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
MINER'S OUTFITS. DRYGOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS ft SHOES.
and, in abort, «verytliirg that la demanded in the
the market ; and we
SELL FOR CASH CHEAPER
hian any other house in Bois« co«nty. Call and see
our guuosatid toaru ou* price*, and we will make it
to your advautage to buy ol da.
Augi-tlj A. DANSK1N ft 00.
LIYEBY AND PEED STABLE,
Fronting on Ibe east
aide of the Plaza,
PLACF.nVlLLK, I. +.
.... PROpBIKTDft.
T
Saddle, Carriage. Buggy and Team Horses kepi
constantly on hand and ready for use day and night;
and horses-received for board or to ranch* by the day
week qr month,
AT LOWEST RATES.
A good hostler always in readiness to wait on cit*
tenters, and every aoooramaUon provided In first
cl*** livery stables. .
ZVotiee.
A ll persons knowingtitem
•alveo indeb>ed to me either by note orecconn
bereby requested to csll and pay tbe same to Mi
«ck R. Elkin, wbo I« frilly authorixed to transact an>
and ail businene for me and In my name und! furtbe
notice,
idabo City, Jan. 31, 187S.
J. K. Kmu».
.i'il
*rs. M. Pkttzsoiu, ft Co., 10 State Street, Bo»
ton, 3 7 Park Row, Jiew York, and 701 Ckeatnut Stree:
^ Philadelphia, xVedur Xgefitaf6Fifr(>ct}ring'adverits<
W 7,! t ir < ' r ? hfe W^tD-ld the above oUlea, an
u..../;,.
-4
I eMtr. 1U.00« tooï
»»t««' MftAnw * , ..«■
1 -We birë lit b*t>< taéftjr aale in loth to «oft pen
--------------- Hums
I a ho.
paust.
ifi!
t a »t.
syrçttjHAft $
v Wholea^;; ndßetäü
Musie Deal
er Si
Cor. Kearny and Sutter 8t,.,
SAN FRANCI8C0.
And *rs now u»sd in Concert,
by all of our
GREAT ARTIST
THE SHERMAN & Hyde PUxq
Is tbe only
FIRST CLASS I N STRUHENT
Sold at $ 400 ,
The Square PUnoa are 7!; octave, ui
Modern Improvements, auch a« 0
Case. Beautiful Moulding*. Full Iron
Leg* aud Lyre, Gversrrung B»**, AgrafeSi??
Length, 6 leet 1« inctiea ; Width, 3 f™ jjjjj
ARE FULLY WARUM
For Ten Years.
AGENTS FOR
which, for
1«*U1
y of Cane,
luperiority of Workmaubip,
Elegance of nnith,
and Dmhuîj I
ISTJNRIVALLEDI
We keep conatantly on hand »good mso«bm!c;
REUA 9 U CHEAP PIANOS,|
7), Octave, Agrafe Treble,
Made mon tux best seasoned xattiiali»
FULLY WARRANTED.
raies as vow am worthless puso* a» u ornml
ELSF.WBEBX.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
so LU OR EAST INSTALLMENT», IF VtSW
Call and See Un Before FurclM|
SHERMAN ft HYDE
to
Per dir *t bone. Tfl*|
_ . r free. Addrw*
G. Sti>*on k Co.. Porthti» 131
IDAHO BAKERT
Main SL, Idaho City, second door beio* W» 6 ]
jewelry »tore.
BREAD, PIES, CAKES. CRACKERSOFAU*^
CONFECTIONERY,
CIGAHH AND TOH> rCt |
Soda Water, and fruit*, dri« 1 ^
lie St ca I
always on band, Ice cream dufh^
months.
Urdu, for b«U. ul putie. proapdl * lfei
HfSBrnDf^"
BANKING H0ÜSI
....or.
C. W. MOORE 4 f0 '
IDAHO CITY.
Do a general banking business
gell «xcb*ai*
Haw York, San Franciico,
Parti»»*
for
And the principe
The highest pi
90 LD OUST, GOLD AHOSIlf 0 * 91
In coin orchtrency
tirBuy and sell greenn
k*
Whoever
ah
AU»»»Ä
VV *lon! r«iô ' rl,i «JüZjï :
*ra*»eranoe. and whkthjff 9 ^ h<)B ^ bo*
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