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SATURDAY MORNING, : JUNE 15, 1867.
Money Market. New York Gold Quotations, June 3,. San Francisco Legal Tender rates.. ....136)4 ,73>*@74 Oity and County. - New Kind of Fibe-Pboof. —While at Centerville the other day we were shown a novel kind of fire proof above-ground cellar, belonging to and in the rear of the store of Duke & Co. The inner walls are of wood—ordinary planks. Against these upon the outside are the novel and perfectly fire-proof walls, made of mere dry earth mixed with molasses, with ohort cut fibres of old rope, to serve as hair in plas tering, included in the mixture. When prepared, this strange plastering is spread on the boards, with ■a heavy plank to retain the mixture in the place in tended, and then a big maul is brought to play upon the plank to beat the mixture solidly in. This is the process, and it is repeated, layer upon layer, and width upon width, until the whole mass is two ieet thick and entirely envelopes the building. A roof of the same material, put on the same way, is added, •and the building or cellar is completed. The cellar of Duke & Co. has been finished only a few days, and yet this covering of dry earth, molasses and hempen fibre is so hard that a nail cannot be driven into it, and it is impervious to either fire or water. It is an invention of Mr. J. B. Duke's, and though a good many laughed at him and tried to convince him, while he was putting on the queer mixture, that it would be a signal failure, all now admit that his head •was the soundest on that, and all agree that it is a model fire-proof cellar he has made. The Opposition Stage Line.— Lindsey & Stewart's Opposition line between this and Boise City continues to grow in pumic patronage. It is the line favored by our own citizens almost without exception, and persons even wait over for the opposition day to take that line and avoid the old "slow coach" line. When their new stages arrive, and they shall run daily, the custom will fall almost exclusively to the Opposition, Of course the Chinamen will continue to patronize the old line. Every day Billy Hise comes up he leads the old line stage in from one to two hours, and we learn that he beats that stage still more on the down trip. The amiable Boise City clerk of the old line is "eminently charming" these days. May he never have another wrinkle added to that corrugated wash beard brow of his. He is ugly enough. Masonic Celebbation. —The Masonic Fraternity of this city have made arrangements for an appropriate and very interesting celebration of the coming St. John's day, June 24. Their large Hall on Wall street is to be dedicated at 12 o'clock, high noon, of that day; after the dedication ceremonies an Oration will be delivered, at 2 o'clock, in the Court House, by Hon. John R. McBride, Chief Justice of Idaho, and in the evening a splendid Ball will be given in the large Court House Hall. It will doubtless be one of the most interesting celebrations ever held in Idaho. Insubance. —Messrs. Bird, Haines dnd Thompson, Agents of the Union, Pacific, Phoenix, Manhattan and North British Insurance Companies, have been here since the fire, adjusting insurance losses and damages with persons who had insured in this city, and they have all left during the week, after generally satisfactory settlements with the policy holders, among whom have the names of M. Wunsch & Co., S. Kceenigsberger, Ed. Edwards, T. C. Poujade and P. Kane. Change of Secbetabt.— At the last meeting of the Directors of the Elkhorn Quartz Mining Co., at Pion eer City, the resignation of Frank B. Britten, Secre tary of the company, was tendered, as his official du ties as County Assessor and Collector prevented him from longer performing the duties of Secretary, and Mr. Hugh McKee, Agent of Well", Fargo & Co., in Pioneer City, was chosen in the place thus vacated. Mr. McKee is a very excellent man and faithful in his official duties. He is Agent for the Wobld in Pioneer. Trade in the City. —As mining operations pro gress money flows in, and a wholesome impetus is given to trade of all kinds in the city. The large, fine, eight-mule teams of Danskin Bros., and others, ox teams and pack trains, have lately come in with heavy loads and cargoes from Umatilla, and large quantities of Grand Ronde and Baker City flour have been received within the week. Trade is looking up here. Ice. —Geo. Gans has sold out his stock of Ice and the good will of his business to Dryde McClintock, who has now the only Ice Wagon in town. Dryde serves customers regularly every day, at low rates, and Charley, who drives around the wagon, iB very accommodating. He keeps tossing in chunks of Ice to us daily, both at the office and our dwelling. We'll make him stop that, next Winter. Catholic Sebvices. —The Rev. Father Poulin will celebrate Early Mass at the Catholic new Chapel on the site of St. Joseph's Church on the hill at 8 o'clock to-morrow (Sunday) morning, High Mass at half-past 10 ; and Vespers at 7 o'clock, evening. The Rev. Father Mesplie will celebrate Mass at Granite Creek, to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at 9 o'clock. Thanks.— To Sheppard, W. F. & Co.'s messenger, for late Portland, Dalles City and Walla Walla papers, brought by stage of Thursday evening—the latest papers from those places. We are also under obliga tions to Agents H. C. Paige at Umatilla, and J. S. Smith here, and to messengers Holland, Jones and Cann, for similar favors through the week. Foubth of July. —It is suggested that a meeting be held, of our citizens generally, at the Court House, on Monday evening next, June 17th—the anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill—to determine whether any public celebration of the coming 4th of July ppall be held in this city. A full attendance is hoped r.BWHT Expbess.— On Monday morning the Express Adams, Goodrich & Co, will start from this city r Leesburg, to go through in quick time. Passen rs taken by saddle train, and letters and all kinds express matter carried at reasonable rates. Apply C. T. Blake & Co.'s, Post Office. Lost.— The finder of a Maltese lace cuff, lost by a iy last week, somewhere between Bonum Hill and e foot-bridge across Moore's creek, will be liberally warded and receive the thanks of the owner, by aving it at this office. Fenian Meeting.— The members of the Idaho Cir e F. B., are notified that there will be a meeting of q circle at the Court House, to-morrow, (Sunday) ternoon, at half-past three o'clock. A full attend ee is requested. _ Hubdy Gubdy Cask.—A n agreed case was brought :fore Judge McBride yesterday to test the law passed ? the last Legislature, taxing hurdies. We shall ve the decision when it is announced. it a Robbery —On Thursday night the cabin of a miner, over by Tompkins' saw mill, was entered by a thief, and a purse containing $180 in gold dust stolen froi the pantaloons pocket of one of the occupants. N trace of the rascal so far. T Acknowledgment.— We acknowledge, with thankAy the receipt of "Complimentary" tickets to the Ms , sonic Ball to come off at the Court House, on th ie evening of St John the Baptist's day, June 24th. Wjp e intend to be there. Sale of Road. —Matt. G. Looney has disposed < of his interest in the toll road between Centerville an^d Pioneer City to John Loge, who is actively engaged i in repairing and improving it, and will soon have it iin first rate order. Removal. —The Post office will be removed inlto the new building, corner of Wall and Montgomery streets, this day. - f County Wabbants. —See the advertisement of An drews & Co., for the purchase of Boise county War rants of 1865, in this issue. ïjrmal Notices. IDAHO, AND LEMHI EXPRESS. The proprietors give notice to the public that they will run a Weekly Express and Saddle Train between Idaho City and Leesburg direct, via Pioneer City and Payette Rive}; Next messenger leaves Idaho City on Monday, Juihe 17th, 1867, and "Weekly thereafter on Monday at 7 o'clock, A. M. Letters, Packages and Treasure received np to) 8 P. M. of evening previous to departure. Passengers must be in readiness at 7 o'clock A. M. precisely. Office with C. T. Blake & Co. Refebences —Idaho City: Powell & Coe, Chas. J. Bernstiel, Lazarus & Bro. Leesburg — J. G. Bryatit, E. Miller, C. Clark, Jos. A. Luckett. Pioneer Citg>— Madigan & Cannady. Mr. Samuel M. Baldwin will be our Agent in Lees burg, and will attend promptly to Collections aiad Commissions. ADAMS, GOODRICH & CO. By C. L. Goodbich, Agent Idaho City.. nTtlf MIDDLE BOISE RANCH. The undersigned call attention to the above splendid Ranch, the only stopping place on the route between Idaho City and Rocky Bar and the Yuba. The place has a goed hotel upon it, established four years a^d doing an excellent business. The house is now open to the traveling public. The Stock Range and Meadow Land is the most extensive one in Alturas county, and cannot be excelled in the Territory. The table land is rich and plenty to raise a large quantity pf grain and vegetables. The facilities for irrigation are unsurpassed, and the location, for beauty, cfimafce and all the requisites of a permanent home cannht be found elsewhere in Idaho Territory. The owners engaged in other business offer this valuable pro perty for sale Very Ckeap, but it takes Cask. GOODRICH & CO, For full particulars apply at Idaho City to n7tf C. L. Goodbich, Agent. jjg» Pioneer Gold and Silver Mining Company, Idaho Territory.—Location of Works, Granite Creek, near Placerville, Idaho Territory. No tice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Trustees of said Company, held on the 18th day of April, AO. 1867, an assessment of Three (3) dollars per share was levied on each and every share of the capital stock of said Company, payable immediately to t\ e Secretary, at the office of the Company, No. 712 Mort gomery street, San Francisco, California, in United States gold coin. Any stock on which said asse%. ment shall remain unpaid on MONDAY the 17th day->f June, A D. 1867, will be advertised on that day as de linquent, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on MONDAY, the 5th day of August, A. D, 1867, to pay said delinquent assessments with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. DAVID T. BAGLEY, Sec'y. Office.—No. 712 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California. » n 3 t<l The Best Remedy for Purifying the Blood, Res toring lost Appetite, and Strengthening the Nerves, is Frcsc's Hamburg Tea. It is the best pre servative against almost any sickness, if used timely. Composed of herbs only it can be given safely to in fants. Full directions in English, French, Spanish and German, with every package. Tby it ! For sale at all fhe wholesale and retail drug stores and gro ceries. EMIL FRESE, Wholesale Druggist, 39yl Sole agent, 410 Clay St., San Francisco. Mabbiage and Celibacy— An Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Also, Diseases and abuses which prostrate the vital powers, with sure means of relief ; sent free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Address J. Skillin Houghton, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. [37yl.] Association, Philadelphia, Pa. [37yl.] IDAHO CITY PRICES CURRENT. EEPOETED BY C. J. BEENSTIEL. Idaho City, June 15, 1867. Trade has improved since our last report, and prices remain as follows: Price Basis—Gold Dust at $16 per ox. Floub, Standard brand............$13 00 ©14 00 do Outside do ............ 7 50 @ 9 00 Sugab, Crushed................... 33 @ 34 do Powdered, kegs or boxes... 34 © 36 do San Francisco Refined..... 28 @ do Island No 1................ 26 @ Coffee, Costa Rica................ 45 @ do Rio...................... 42 y 2 @ do Venard's, ground........ 55 @ 58 Tea, Japan........................ 1 10 @ 1 20 do Basket...................... 1 25 @ 1 30 do Black........................ 1 00 © 112 Candles, Grant's, box.......... 9 50 @10 00 do Parafine $ lb........... 65 @ 68 Coal Oil, $ case, 10 gallons....... 24 00 @25 Soap f* box....................... 6 00 @ 6 50 Butteb, choice Isthmus........... 62 >4 @ 67 do Oregon................... no demand Cheese, California................. 30 @ 35 Bacon............................ 30 @ 35 Hams.................. 37>£@ 40 Pobk, half barrel............... 45 00 @ Labd.............................. 32 @ 36 Dbied Apples..................... 22)£@ 25 do Peaches..................... 33 @ 35 do Cubbants................... 33 @ 37 do Peabs...................... 33 @ 85 do Pbunes.................... 36 @ 38 Beans, Bayo and White............ 17 @ 20 Sybup, 5 gallons................... 13 @ 14 Yeast Powdebs, P. & M........... 52>£@ 55 Case Goods. ^ 2 dozen............ 16 00 @18 00 Pickles, 5 gal kegs, mixed and plain 10 00 @11 00 do case half gallon........ 15 00 @16 00 do English Picallilli......... 10 50 @11 00 Cbeam Tabtab.................... 80 @ 85 Rice.............................. 21 @ 23 Vebmtcelli and Maccaboni, ^ box 7 50 @ Shovels, $ dozen................. 26 00 @27 00 Sluice Fobks, ^ dozen........... 45 00 @65 00 Gum Boots, case................ 120 00 @125 Nails............................. 26 @ 30 Axe Helves, ^ dozen............. 8 00 @ 9 00 Pick do do . J ........... 8 50 @ 9 00 Blasting Powdeb. $ keg........ 10 00 @11 00 Ikon.............................. 30 @ 32 Steel............................. 32 @ 35 Tobacco, light pressed, ^ lb....... 1 25 @ 1 35 do natural leaf, pound lump. 90 @130 do half pound lump____..... 85 @115 do smok'g, 1 lb and lb f! lb 85 @ 115 Brandy, gallon................. 6 00 @12 00 Whisky, do ................. 5 50 @ 8 50 Gin, fine Holland.................. 6 59 @ 7 50 do Old Tom............... 5 50 @6 50 PoBTand Shebby Wine........... 5 50 @7 00 Champagne, "f, basket............. 35 00 @50 00 on non lbs. no.i bacon, at - 6 U,Ul/U ANDREWS & CO.'S, Wall street. A LARGE STOCK OF LIQUORS BY THE PACKAGE at ANDREWS & CO.'S, Wall street. 5fttisrfUmreou5, BURNT DOWN! BUILT Ui 2 The Great Resurrection! HEAVY STOCKS OF GOODS? Lazarus & Brother H ave rebuilt upon thed lot, where their store stood before the fire, an have again actively resumed business. They have ' large and very attractive stock of Clothing and Furnishing Good» Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Wines, Liquors Tobacco and Cigars, Canned Goods, Boots and Shoes, TSats, &c. They sell at WHOLESALE AND, RETAIL Giving particular attention to supplying orders fro Q interior merchants or large mining companies. They have three large fire-proof cellars full of me* chandise. Give us a call. Idaho city, June 1, 1867. n 8 t: IDAHO NATIONAL BANB TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) Office of Comptroller of Cubbency, [ Washington, D. C., March 11th, 1867. ) tT TTUHEREAS, BY SATISFACTORY Y V eviden ce present ed to thç undersigned it b 18 been made to appear Tffiat The * First National Bank of IdahVi AT BOISE CITY, IN THE COUNTY OF ADA, AJS D TERRITORY OF IDAHO, Has been duly organized under and according to t 1 ® requirements of the act of Congress entitled an r c TO PROVIDE A NATIONAL CURRENCY Secured by a pledge of Unitcci States Bondit' And to protide for the circulation and redempti/" thereof, approved June 3d, 1864; and has complif d with aÜ the provisions of said set required to ?® complied with before commencing the business 31 banking under said act. Now, therefore, I, Hiland R. Hulbubd, Com 3 * troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that The First National Bank of Idahéi, At Boise City, in the county of Ada, and Territory 4 Idaho, is authorized to commence the business! ■ Banking under the act aforesaid. . —* In testimony whereof witness my hand ar ü f T ) seal of office this 11th day of March, 1867. U" j HILAND R. HULBURD, * [iv 0 .1668.] Comptroller of Currency. e May 12th, 1867,-n3m2. Powell Coe, H AVE IN THEIR LIQUOR CELLAR A LAR( E e of _ and well assorted stock of the best brands Liquors, comprising— In Whiskeys: CUTTER and MILLER'S BOtTRBON, ESSENCE OF OLD VIRGINIA, SLATER'S BOURBON. OLD GOVERNMENT, HERMIT AGIS, and MAGNOLIA. In Brandies: CHAMPAGNE P. VINE! ÄICD FKUP HENNESSY, OTARD, SAZERAC, And various other brands, Fine and Ordinary. —SUPEBIOB QUALITIES OF— Port db Sherry Wines, CALIFORNIA WINES, HOLLAND GIN, JAMAICA RUM. OLD TOM, And a full assortment of CASE LIQUORS constantly on hand. nltf. t utorS> Dissolution Notice. T O ALL WHOM IT MAY CON cern, be it known, that a dissolution of copart nership has this day been made by and between Her man Fischer and William Maydenbauer, formerly do ing business under the name and style of Fischer & Maydenbauer, of the Miners' Brewery and Bakery. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the above parties will please come toward and settle im mediately, and thus save extra costs. Either party is entitled to receipt for any amounts paid them. HERMAN FISCHER, WM. MAYDENBAUER. Idaho City, May 18, 1867. I have this day sold my entire interest in the Min ers' Brewery and Bakery to Messrs. Louis Rud and John Brodback. In retiring from the late firm, allow me to return thanks to the public for their generous patronage, and would earnestly recommend a contin uance of past favors to my successors. n6w4 HERMAN FISCHER. O NE HUNDRED KEGS "EXTRA" NO. 1 ISTHMUS Butter for sale by ANDREWS & CO. Phœnix No. 2* NED EDWARDS IS UP AGAIN! A nd has temporarily locat ed in the store of H. Emanuel, on Main street (Emanuel's old stand), and has opened out tor sale his large stock of * Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Meerschaum, and all kinds of Pipes, POCKET CUTLERY, &c., all of which he saved, in his fire-proof brick cellar, from the fire. DAILY EXPECTED, A splendid and large lot of CIGARS and TOBACCO, of the finest brands and quaiities. Saddles and Harness XV. II. MASTIN, M anufacturer of alls kinds of Saddles, Harness, and ar-r ' tides in that line of business, has Rebuilt and Reopened his Shop on the west side of Main st., below Bear Run, and is prepared to fill all orders. 4 ®-Particular care given to all custom work, Repairing neatly done.__ and n7tf G-o to J. W. Wood & Co's On Wall Street, for BUTTS & SCREWS, AUGERS, CHISELS, Door Bolts, Braces & Bitts, All AT COST, for CASH, as they will sell to close business. n 6 tf 25 KKGS OF BLASTING POWDER FOR SALE CHEAP, by ANDREWS & CO, Wall street. Intelligence Office. K UM AH MOE (CHARLEY) HAS just established an office on Commercial street, opposite the old Times office, where he will attend to the furnishing of work hands, transfer of mining claims or working the same on shares. Possessing a thorough knowledge of the English and Chinese lan guages, he claims advantages in the transaction of business between the Americans and Chinamen. Idaho City, May 14, 1867.-n4m3. w INDOWGLAS S—ASSORTED SIZES—FOR H 6 tf Sale at CHIPMAN'S DRUG STORE. IAINTS AND OILS FOR SALE AT n 6 tf CHIPMAN'S DRUG STORE. the eagle bakery REBUILT AND REOPENED ......AND...... THOMAS BARKY Has now on hand A FÜI4L ASSORTMENT OF PRO visions, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's wear to arrive soon. THE EAGLE IS YET IN HIS EYRIE! and Barry is prepared to greet his old customers and all the public with superior articles and at moderate prices. Orders from a distance promptly attended to. THOMAS BARRY. Idaho city, May 18, 1867.-n5tf. BOISE BAKERY, Grocery and Provision Store. WALL STREET, NEXT TO CODY'S EXCHANGE. D OIYAHO & BRUCE HAVE ON (£5*5^ hand fresh bread and cakes of all kinds, and Confectionery in constant supplies. Al- raj tRhI so a good assortment of > NüftÄffl Groceries, Provisions, Family Stores, Always on hand and for sale cheap. 4 ®* Orders for cakes and confects for BALL SUPPLES, PARTIES, <fc., «Filled at the shortest notice, in the best style, and at low prices. ultf. ...... is.. MINERS' BREWERY & BAKERY. P ATRONS OF THIS OLD AND WELL«^ known house are hereby notified that a v JÉ. change having been made in the proprietorship the business will be continued with the inten- ® tion of fully sustaining the reputation of the house as one of the best Saloons in Idaho City. The Bar will at all times be supplied with the finest liquors of all kinds. 4 ®" Lager Beer fresh from the Brewery and always ready. Pies, Cakes, and all Sorts of Confec tioneries, Always on Hand. nltf. MEYDENBAUER & RIID. piswllantmis. FLOUR DEPOT! J. K. WILKINSON HAS PURCHASED THE BRICK BUILDING ON COMMERCIAL STREET, Between Main and Montgomery, AND OPENED A DEPOT FOR HIS BANNER MILLS FLOUR! HE WILL BE PREPARED, AT ALL TIMES, To fill orders From 1,000 to 500,000 Pounds. Idaho City, May 8 , 1867. n2tf. STOVES AND TINWARE! Frank Kraft, At his old stand on Main Street, OPPOSITE CLARESY'S EXCHANGE, Wholesale and Retail DEALER IN STOVES, TINWARE, &C„ &C., OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Hydraulic Nozzles, Of all sizes, constantly on hand. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID JOBBING & REPAIRING. Idaho city. May 25, 1867._ n6m3. TOMB-STONES MARBLE WORK. T 1 HE UNDERSIGNED HAS ESTAB _ 1 _ lisheda Marble V ard and. Stone Cutting Shop for work in his line with skill, neatness and fidelity, in In Boise City, and is prepared to execute all orders the shortest possible time. I have a quarry from which stone of an excellent quality is obtained for Head and Tombstones, and the lettering and sculp ture will be executed in most artistic styles. Orders from adjoining counties promptly attended to, and personal supervision given to setting gravestones, if required. 4 ®" Orders at Idaho City or in Boise Ba sin can be left at the World office, er at the Boise Bakery of Donaho & Bruce. Boise City, May 6 , '67.-n2tf. P. J. QUINN. Cigars and Tobacco. T S. MANSFELD BEGSLEAYE t) • to notify his many good customers, and the public generally, that he has lately received a large and complete stock of the FINEST HAVANA CIGARS, And CHOICEST SMOKING TOBACCO ever offered in this market. Also, splendid MEERSCHAUM and latest styles of other Pipes, Tobacco Pouches, Cigar Holders, Amber Mouth-pieces, Stems, &c., kc. He is still at the same old established stand on Main st., nearly opposite Junk's Photograph Gallery, nltf. ASSAY OFFICE. 'a K Œ N I G S B E R G E R O • assays Gold, Silver, and all kinds of Mineral Ores. Gold Dust assayed aud MADE INTO INGOTS OR BARS. At.t. Orders Executed with Promptness and Accuracy. OFFICE— On west side of Main street, 2 doors below L. M. Cohn's store. Idaho City, May 4, 1867.-nltf. Reduction in the Price of Beer! N AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY 0 20,1867, LAGER BEER will be sold at Whole sale, at the IDAHO BREWERY, at ONE DOLLAR PER GALLON. n5tf SPIELMAN k BACH, Proprietors. J. A.. DAVISON, TAILOR; Wall Street, one door above the Eagle Bakery, Is prepared to fill any orders in his line, either at New Work, Repairing or Renovating. 4 ®- A su perior article of buckskin purses of his own make kept constantly on hand. [nltf.) ANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES^ [nltf] For sale by C. WALKER inn nnn LBS standard, walla walla JLULLUUU and Grand Ronde Floor, low for cash At ANDREWS & CO.'s, Wall street aSaots anil £ltoc.i Kingsley's! On Wall St., bet. Main & Montgomery, You can find a good supply of CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS! and repaired free of charge if found to be imperfect. -also, Men'8 Brogans, Gaiters, Slippers and Shoes, Women'8 Balmorals, Gaiters, Slippers, Etc., Misses' and Childrens' Balmorals, Gaiters anil Slippers, Children and Infants' Shoes, all sizes styles, Boys' Boots and Shoes, Long and short Gum Boots. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Groceries and Provisions, And Clothing. Also a full variety of GARDEN SEEDS, Warranted fresh. Idaho City, Ma y 4, 1867. _ nltf. Boots Made to Order# J. B. Dumas, • BOOTMAKER, WALLSTREET ................IDAHO CITY.« H as on hand a stock of Boots of his own make. Also has just received a lot of splendid San Francisco CUSTOM-MADE Boots. For sale at the following reduced prices : Finest Boots, of his own make, $16; Finest S. F. custom-made, $12; Miners' Boots, water-proof, $1U. All his work is warranted, and the best of French calf and kip used in making. Idaho city, June 5, 1867.-n9m3. Boot Malting*, J DPREY, FASHIONABLE AND MIN • ers' Bootmaker, on west side Main street, I one door below Powell & Coe's, has rebuilt his j shop and recommenced business. All orders ' promptly and faithfully executed. Prices low, to suit the times. Idaho city, May 29, 1867. n7tf. Boot and Shoe Shop ! (One door above Emery dc Martin's store,) West side Main Street, : i : : Idaho City, W HERE ALL ORDERS IN g that line of business will be promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed by May 29, 1867.-n7m3. NELSON PERRIN. §ivety ^tables. JOHN DONOVAN'S STABLE, Pioneer City—Hog ? Em, TS THE FIRST ON ENTERING THE JL town, from Idaho City, Centerville or Placerville. Livery, Sale, and General Stabling Business, carried on. Saddle Horses Furnished For short rides or long journeys. Charges moder ate. n9w3 Pioneer City, June 5, 1867. Bannock Stable and Corral! Southeast cor. Main and Commercial Sts. MONEY & ALLEN,...................PROPRIETORS, T he proprietors announce to their old patrons and the public gen erally that they continue the Livery busi ness, and are ready, at a moment's notice,, to equip one or more persons For Short or Long- Journeys. In tip-top style at reasonable rates. We have a first rate, LARGE CORRAL, for the care and safe keepiug of animals, adjoining our stable. 4 ®* Horses and Mules bought and sold.'igjf Give us a trial. Idaho City, May 4, 1867. nltf. DRYDE'S LIVERY STABLE ÄND CORRAL. ON MONTGOMERY STREET, BET. COMMERCIAL AND WALL,....... IDAHO CITY. BUGGY, Saddle and Carriage Horses, N EW AND FASHIONABLE BUGGIES AND CAR riages always ready, day or night, at a minute's notice. 4®* Horses received on board by the day or month, at reduced rates. DRYDEN McCLINTOCK, nltf. SAM. STEWART. nltf. SAM. STEWART. Saloons. MINERSEXCHÄNGE SALOON! Main Street, Idaho City. T his established and pop-© ular Saloon has now attached to it a new, large and elegantly furnished Club Room, in which guests will find all the accommodations peculiar to such places. In the main salodn are splendid Bil liard Tables, and the bar is stocked with the best of wines, liquors, cordials, beer, kc., kc. Cigars of the choicest brands, [nltf] JOHN CLARESY, Prop'r. CROWE & PEYTON'S SALOON, (Formerly "Jimmy Brown's,") o MAIN STREET, IDAHO CITY, A F rom and after this evening, satur day, April 20, 1867, will be open tor the recep. tion and entertainment of the "sociable public." The best qualities of LiquorB and Cigars will always be found at the Bar.^'iAl IcUho City, April 20, 1867.-n26tf. _2 Senate Saloon. BUENA VISTA BAR. F ranz j. gebhardt has pur- cq chased this well-known and popular Sa loon, and refitted it in fine style. He has the best of wines, liquors, lager beer and cigars, aud in tends to keep the house in tip-top style. Buena Vista Bar, June 12, 1867, nlltf. Cody's Exchange, i CORNER MAIN AND WALL STS., __ IDAHO CITY. 50 JOHN CODY,..........Proprietor. O N HAND AT ALL TIMES THE BEST QÜALI ties of Wines and Liquors of every kind, and No. 1 Cigars of the choicest brands. nltf. jFLE l - OjPKnSTEjID 1 GEO. GANS' SALOON, On Bear Run, back of Main St. T HAVE RE-OPENED, FOR THE JL present, in the large PLANING MILL BUILDING up on Bear Run, back of Main street, and am ready to see all my old friends and the public generally. 4®r The Dance goes on! Walk in and see tlie new order of things. GEO. GANS. . Idaho city, May 25, l?67.-n6tf. B F EST BRANDS OF TOBACCO OF ALL KINDS [ nltf] For sale by _ WALKER, IRKIN BUTTER OF THE BEST QUALITY [nltf] For sale by C. WALKER,