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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1867.
Money Market.
2ïew York Gold Quotations, Jane 11,..,... .,..,136 %
San Francisco Legal Tender rates...........73>*@74
City and County.
—• • » —
The Opposition Stage Line.— Sam Stewart, in this
city, and Lute Lindsey, ha Boise City, continue to run
their stage, in opposition to the old monopoly line,
between the two cities, and the manner in which the
traveling public of Boise City and the Basin patron
ize their line best proves its popularity with the peo
ple generally. They have fine, easy-riding covered
wagons, fast teams, and a careful management in
«very respect. The old line has "hogged" things
no thoroughly in the days of its monopoly that it has
no friends i* any quarter among the people, and it
gets no patronage save that fcrced to it by sheer ne
cessity. Lindsey k Stewart are both widely known as
liberal, public-spirited men, whose interests are
identified with Idaho in every respect, they are ac
commodating to the public, and it is no wonder the
people sustain their line.
Bogus Dust Operation. —On Monday morning a
51 m man, giving his name as Finegan, paid Stage Agent
Piukham his fere to Boise City in strange looking
•dust, and soon after the stage started away Pinkham
Lad it tested. Under trial with acid the stuff became
nothing. Immediately Mr. Pinkham informed Sher
iff Crutcher of the affair, and Deputy Rowe was at
once sent in pursuit of the fellow. He succeeded in
overhauling the stage a long ways down the road,
took his man, brought him back, and he is now in
prison to answer. A small sum of the bogus dust
was found upon him when arrested. We hear of a
new sort of bogus dust which has come into play of
late—apparently made of pyrites of iron, and coated
with gold by chemical process. It can be readily dis
covered by crushing or breaking the particles. We
•advise our readers to be on their guard against the
'bogus stuff.
The Elkhorn Again.— The third clean up of the
season was made at the Quartz mil l of the Elkhom
■Company, six miles from Pioneer City, in this BasiD,
last Saturday, and from seventy tons of ore the gold
produced was four hundred and ten ounces. There
is yet over five hundred tons of the same kind of ore
to crush, and the hands are continually getting out
more. The uniformity of the gold product of this
noted mine is a cheering evidence of its enduring
richness. There is very little noise made about the
mine by its owners, but at the same time they are
monthly assured, of its gieat wealth by receipts of
large masses of bullion retorted from each clean up.
Impressive Funebal Ceremony.— The funeral cor
tege which followed the mortal remains of the late
O. C. Hall, Esq., of this city, yesterday afternoon,
was one of the largest ever witnessed here. The ob
sequies were under the direction of the Masonic Fra
ternity, and the ceremonies at the grave were very
impressive. The deceased was a man of much talent
and fine education. He ranked high among his pro
fession of the Bar in this city. By his death a young
and devoted wife and a little daughter of tender years
are bereft of their natural protector and supporter.
CoL Hall was formerly a resident of Sierra county,
and of San Francisco, California.
Man Missing. —W. D. Bobertson, of Pioneer City,
in this Basin, has been missing since Saturday, June
1st. He was last seen within about one hundred
yards of his cabin, and had a sack filled with clothing
and provisions. It is thought he had between $100
and $200 on his person. He was dressed in light col
ored clothes, and without a coat. He is 5 feet 6 inch
es in stature, dark complexioned, dark haired, and 33
years of age. Any information concerning him will
"be thankfully received by his brother, B. T. Robert
son, Centerville, or John H. Pool, Pioneer City, Boise
county, L T.
New Millinery Stobe. —Mrs. E. J. Butler had
just opened a new millinery and ladies' dress goods
store, on Wall street, below Kingsley's, the very day
of the fire. Scarcely was her store arranged for cus
tom when the alarm was sounded. In an hour the
place was in ashes. But she has rebuilt, restocked
the store, and is now again open under fairer auspices,
at the same spot. She has a stock of beautiful and
elegant goods, as all who wish to buy will find.
Got'His Pipe.— In our issue of June 8th inquiry
was made for a valuable meerschaum pipe lost on
.Buena Vista Bar by Mr. Ben. F. Wood of this city, a
few days before. On Monday the pipe was returned
to Mr. Wood by an honest fellow who found it, and
paw the notice in the Wobld telling of its loss and
•who owned it. The benefit of advertising in a widely
read paper, you see, good readers. Business men
can appreciate such a paper.
Fixing Up. —Robert Turner, of the Warm Sulphur
Springs, is having valuable and tasteful improve
ments made in his large bathing house and public
rooms. In the warm days now coming upon us it is
u rare luxury to enjoy the ride thither and back in
Dryde's covered wagon, and the refreshing bath at
the Springs, either by a Bwim in the great sulphur
•water reservoir, or in the regular bathing tubs in
cosy rooms. Try it.
Missing Articles. —We call especial attention to
the advertisement of W. Meydenbauer in this paper,
in regard to articles belonging to himself and family,
which have been missing since the fire. Only a base
and malignant wretch would retain possession of the
articles after a knowledge of their ownership, and we
cannot yet believe there are peisons of such base na
ture in this community. Let them be returned.
Selling Off.— The large clothing house of M.
Wunsch & Co. have concluded to wind up business
here, and return to the States in a few months. For
this purpose they are selling off the whole of their
extensive assortment of fine and ordinary clothing,
fur nishing goods, &c., and also a lot of superior ci
gars and excellent tobacco. Go and buy of them.
Fbesh Stock. —Andrews k Co. have just received,
by teams from Wallula, an immense stock of fresh
godds in their line, consisting of staple and fancy
groceries, fine liquors, &c. They have superb bran
dy and whiskey.
L. M. Cohn is building a fine frame store in front
of his fire-proof brick, on the Bite of his old store,
corner of Main and Wall Btreets. He has on hand a
very choice stock of splendid and seasonable ladies'
dress goods, clothing, Ac.
. Lemhi Expbess.— Adams, Goodrich A Co. 's Express
to Leesburg starts from this place on Monday morn
ing at 7 o'clock. Parties wishing to send letters, or
to go as passengers by saddle train, can find Goodrich
at the Post Office.
Fast.— The Opposition •stage of Lindsey A Stewart
reached here yesterday afternoon at half past two o'
clock, having made the trip from Boise City in about
seven hours' time, including stoppages. It usually
takes from nine to eleven hours by the old line.
Fbom Lemhi.— Among others lately returned from
Leesburg we are glad to see Mr. Henry Spears, the
popular clerk of Mr. J. G. Bryant He has enough
of Lexnhi.
Powell A Coe have received a large and complete
stock of merchandise, groceries, provisions, flour,
Ac., direct from Umatilla, and also a stock of very
superior liquors of all kinds.
Wabm Weatheb.— The first really warm weather
of the season has come upon us during the present
week. Monday was a charmingly warm day.
ipmaJ JWicrs.
9S- Pioneer Gold and Silver Mining
Company, Idaho Territory."••Location of Works,
Granite Creek, near Ptocerville, Idaho Territory. No
tice ie hereby given, that at a meeting of the Trustees
of Mid Company, held on the 18th day of April, A.D.
1867, an assessment of Three <«) dollars per share
was levied on each and every share of the capital
stock of said Company, payable immediately to the
Secretary, at the office of the Company, No. 712 Mont
gomery street, San Francisco, California, in United
States gold coin. Any stock on which said assess
ment shall remain unpaid on MONDAY the 17th day of
June, A. D. 1867, will be advertised on that day as de
linquent, and unlees payment shall be made before,
will be sold on MONDAY, the 6th 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, 713 Montgomery street, San Francisco,
California. n3td
The Best Remedy for Purifying the Blood, Res
toring lost Appetite, and Strengthening the Nerves,
is Presets 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
atallfhe wholesale and retail drug stores and gro
ceries. F/MTL FBESE, Wholesale Druggist,
39yl Sole agent, 4:10 Clay St., San Francisco.
Mabbiage and Celibacy— An Essay cf 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. Sktt.ltn Houghton, Howard
Association, Philadelphia, Pa. [37yl.J
IDAHO CITY PRICES CURRENT,
REPORTED BY C. J. BERNSTIEL.
Idaho City, June 19, 1867.
Slight improvement in trade since 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 fO @ 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...................... [email protected]
do Venard's, ground........ 55 @ 68
Tea, Japan........................ 110 @120
do Basket...................... 1 25 @ 1 30
do Black.............. 1 00 @ 112
Candles, Grant's, $ box.......... 9 50 @10 00
do Parafine 3 lb........... 65 @ 68
Coal Oil, $ case, 10 gallons....... 24 00 @25
Soap ^ box.......................
Butter, choice Isthmus...........
do Oregon...................
Cheese, California.................
6 00 @ 6 50
62 67
no demand
30 [email protected] 35
30 H 35
37>â@ 40
45 00 @
32 (cb 36
Pork, half barrel...............
Dried Apples.....................
22 m
25
do Peaches....................
S3
@
35
do Currants...................
33
@
37 y z
do Pears.................... .
v 83
@
35
do Prunes.................•...
36
@
38
Beans, Bayo and White............
17
@
20
Syrup, 5 gallons...................
13
@
14
Yeast Powders, P. & M...........
[email protected]
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
@1100
Cream Tartar....................
80
@
85
Rice..............................
21
@
23
Vermicelli and Maccaroni, 'f> box
7 60
@
Shovels, $ dozen.................
26 00
@27 00
Sluice Forks, $ dozen...........
45 00
@65 00
Gum Boots, ^ case................
120 00
@125
Nails.............................
26
@
30
Axe Helves, dozen.............
800
@900
Pick do do .............
8 50
@ 9 00
Blasting Powder. ^ keg..........
10 00
@11 00
Iron..............................
30
@
32
Steel.............................
32
@
35
Tobacco, light pressed, $ lb.......
1 25
@
35
do natural leaf, pound lump.
90
@
30
do half pound lump.........
85
@
15
do smok'g, 1 lb and y 2 lb fl lb
85
@
15
Brandy, fl gallon.................
6 00
@12 00
Whisky, do .................
5 50
@ 8 50
Gin, fine Holland..................
6 50
@
7 50
do Old Tom.....................
550
@
5 50
Port and Sherry Wine...........
5 50
@
7 00
Champagne, $ basket.............
35 00
@50 00
MASONIC CELEBRATION!
OHX'S
A
ST. JOHN'S DAY.
Ou Monday, June 34,1867.
Dedication of th.e Hall at 12 Q'Clock.
ORATION
......BY......
Hon. J. K. McBride,
At the Court House at 2 O'Clock, P. M.
&
LJk
BALL IN THE EVENING sa
€t
THE COURT HOUSE.
Suitable dressing rooms will be prepared, and the
Hall properly arranged and decorated.
All Masons in Good Standing
Are invited to attend, and as no Tickets of Invitation
will be issued, the Fraternity at large is made
The Committee of Invitation.
Masons in adjoining camps are particularly requested
to be present at the celebration.
COMMITTEE OP ARRANGEMENT:
P. E. Edmondson, F. B. Britten, J. H. Wickersham,
Jonas W. Brown, H. F. Sayrs.
TICKETS. $0 OO.— To be had at the
stores of Lazarus & Brother, J. W. Wood & Co., Yale
k Co„ at the Sheriff 's office and at the door.
Supper can he had at the Restaurants.
Idaho City, June 15, 1867.-nl2t3.
Poll and Hospital Taxes.
■vr 0 T IC E IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
I 1 all who are indebted for Poll and Hospital Tax
es, in Boise county,* I. T., that the same are now due,
and collectable, and. their immediate payment at the
office of the County Assessor and Collector, in Idaho
City, is required. F. B. BRITTEN,
Assessor and Collector.
Idaho City, June 15, 2867.-nl2w4.
4000
LBS. COSTA RICA COF
fee for sale at BERNSTIEL'S.
000 ROLLS WALL PAPER,
For sale at BERNSTIEL'S,
o n non lbs- no. i bacon, at
äU,UUU ANDREWS & CO.'S,
Wall street.
A LARGE STOCK OP LIQUORS BY THE PACKAGE
at ' ANDREWS & CO.'S, Wall street.
S AUCES OF ALL KINDS ALWAYS ON HAND
[nltf ] For sale by
C. WALKER
A FINE STOCK OF LEATHER AND GUM BOOTS
a! , ANDREWS & CO.'s, Wall street.
IjHteHttattm#,
BURNT DOWN! BUILT UP!
The Great Kesurrection!
HEAVY STOCKS OF CKMM!
Lazarus & Brother
H ave rebuilt upon their
lot, where their store stood before the fire, and
have again actively resumed business. They have a
large and very attractive stock of
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Wines, Liquors,
Tobacco and Cigars, Canned Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, kc. They sellât
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Giving particular attention to supplying orders from
interior merchants or large mining companies.
They have three large fire-proof cellars full of mer
chandise. Give us a call.
Idaho city, June 1, 1867. n8tf
IDAHO NATIONAL BANK.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
Office of Comptroller of Currency,
Washington, D. C., March 11th, 1867.
TT7HEREAS, BY SATISFACTORY
▼ V evidence presented to the umts; signed it has
been made to appear that the
First National Bank of Idaho,
AT BOISE CJ'TY, IN THE COUNTY OF ADA, AND
TERRITORY OF IDAHO,
Has been duly organized under and according to the
requirements of the act of Congress entitled an act
TO PROVIDE Â NATIONAL CURRENCY,
Secured by a pledge of
TTnitedl State® Bonds,
And to provide for the circulation and redemption
thereof, approved June 3d, 1864; and has complied
with all the provisions of said act required to be
complied with before commencing the business of
banking under said act.
Now, therefore, I, Hiland R. Hulbubd, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that
The First National Bank of Idaho,
At Boise City, in the county of Ada, and Territory of
Idaho, is authorized to commence the business of
Banking under the act aforesaid.
- In testimony whereof witness my hand and
(, „ ) seal of office this 11th day of March, 1867.
{ L - s - ) HILAND R. HULBURD,
*——■'* [No. 1668.] Comptroller of Currency.
May 12th, 1867,-n3m2.
Powell 6§e Coe,
H ave in their liquor cellar a large
and well assorted stock of the best brands of
Liquors, comprising—
In. Whiskeys:
CUTTER and MILLER'S BOURBON,
ESSENCE OF OLD VIRGINIA,
SLATER'S BOURBON.
OLD GOVERNMENT,
HERMITAGE, and
MAGNOLIA
In Brandies:
CHAMPAGNE PROPRIETORS,
. VINEYARD PROPRIETORS,
HENNESSY,
OTARD,
SAZERAC,
And various other brands, Fine and Ordinary.
—bufebiob qualities of—
Port efts SHerry Wines,
CALIFORNIA WINES,
HOLLAND GIN,
JAMAICA RUM.
OLD TOM,
And a full assortment of CASE LIQUORS constantly
on hand. nltf.
on hand. nltf.
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 foward 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.
0
NE HUNDRED KEGS "EXTRA" NO. 1 ISTHMUS
Butter for sale by ANDREWS 4 CO.
Phœnix No. 2.
NED EDWARDS IS UP AGAIN!
A ND HAS TEMPORARILY LOCAT
XX. ed in the store of H. Emanuel, on Main street
(Emanuel's old stand), and has opened out for sale
his large stock of
Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco,
Meerschaum, and all kinds of Pipes,
DOCKET 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.
Idaho city, May 24, 1867. _ n6tf.
Saddles and Harness
W. II. MASTIN',
and Reopened his Shop on the west side of Main st.,
below Bear Run, and is prepared to fill all orders.
MS "Particular care given to all custom work, and
Repairing neatly done. _ n7tf
Go to J. W. Wood & Go'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. n6tf
25
KKGS OF BLASTING POWDER FOR SALE
CHEAP, by ANDREWS 4 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 8—ASSORTED SIZES—FOR
n6tf Sale at CHIPMAN'S DRUG STORE.
>AINTS AND OILS FOR SALE AT
n6tf CHIPMAN'S DRUG STORE.
a
lafcmw ami gmwrns.
THE EAGLE BAKERY
REBUILT AND REOPENED
......AND......
THOMAS BARRY
Has now on hand
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PRO
visiens, 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 8TBEET, NEXT TO CODY'S EXCHANGE.
D O N AH O & BRUCE HAVE ON
hand fresh bread and cakes of all kinds, CfriJÄrS
and Confectionery in constant supplies. Al- ini! 1 'j
so a good assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Family Stores,
Always on hand and for sale cheap.
BS" Orders for cakes and confects for
BALL SUPPERS, PARTIES, <fc.,
Filled at the shortest notice, in the best style, and
low prices. nltf.
IVEXCTIES
BREWERY &
BAKERY.
§
P ATRONS OF THIS OLD AND WELL
known house are hereby notified that a
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, figÿ- Lager Beer fresh from the
Brewery and always ready.
Pies, Cakes, and all Sorts of Confec
tioneries, Always on Hand.
nltf. MEYDENBAUER k RIID.
HWiSttHanttMis.
FLOUR DEPOT!
J. R. WILKINSON
HAS PURCHASED
THE BRICK BUILDING
ON COMMERCIAL STREET,
Between Main and Montgomery,
AND OPENED A DEPOT FOB 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 CL A BEST'S EXCHANGE,
Wholesale and Retail
DEALER IN
fe
STOVES, TINWARE, &C., &C.,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Hydraulic Nozzles,
Of all sizes, constantly on hand.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
NG & REPAIRING,
'o'&ty. May 25, 1867.__ n6m3.
TOMB-STONES
MARBLE WORK.
T he undersigned has estab
lished a
Marble Yard and fcstone 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. a&" Orders at Idaho City or in Boise Ba
sin can be left at the Wobld office, er at the Boise
Bakery of Donaho & Bruce.
Boise City, May 6, '67.-n2tf. P. J. QUINN.
Cigars and Tobacco.
T S. MANSFELD BEGSLEAVE
tP * 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 aud
latest styles of other Pipes, Tobacco Pouches, Cigar
Holders, Amber Mouth-pieces, Stems, &c., &c. He is
still at the same old established stand on Main st.,
nearly opposite Junk's Photograph Gallery, nltf.
ASSAY OFFICE.
S KŒNIGSBERGER
• assays Gold, Silver, and all kinds of Mineral
Ores. Gold Dust assayed and
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!
O N AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY
2 6 , 1867, LAGER BEER will be sold at Whole
sale, at the
IDAHO BRKWEKY,
at ONE DOLLAR PER GALLON.
n5 tf SPIELMAN & BACH, Proprietors.
1
N.. DAVISON,
TAILOR; SU
Wall Street, one door above the jaji
Eagle Bakery, i f it.
Is prepared to fill any orders in his line, either at
NewVokk, Repairing or Renovating. fiQp 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.
1AA Ann LBS * STANDARD, WALLA WALLA
UUU and Grand Ronde Flour, low for cash
At ANDREWS & CO.'s, Wall street.
loots and JSRots.
ïŒgslëy'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's Brogans, Gaiters, Slippers and Shoes,
Women's Balmorals, Gaiters, Slippers, Etc.,
Misses' and Childrens' Balmorals, Gaiters and
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 sEEDSj
Warranted fresh.
Idaho City, May 4, 1867. _ nltf.
Boots Made to Order:
J. 33. Dumas.
BOOTMAKER,
WALL STREET,...............IDAHO CITY. 1
H AS ON HAND A STOCK OP
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, $10.
All his work is warrante^, and the best of French calf
and kip used in making.
Idaho city, June 5, 1867.-n9m3.
J
Boot Making.
J DFREN, FASHIONABLE AND MIN
• ers' Bootmaker, on west side Main street, l
one door below Powell k Coe's, has rebuilt his
shop and recommenced business. All orders 1
promptly and faithfully executed. Prices low, to suit
the times. '
Idaho city, May 29, 1867. n7tf.
b
Boot and Shoe Shop I
(One door above Emery <£ Martin's store,)
West side Main Street, : : : : Itlalio City,
W HERE ALL ORDERS IN m
that line of business will be promptly Sjfc«»
attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed by
29, 1867.-n7m3. NELSON PERRIN.
fpmj) ^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 II o x* s e s 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.
MOEY & 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 Xiong Journeys,
In tip-top style at reasonable rates. We have a first
rate, LARGE CORRAL, for the care and safe keeping
of animals, adjoining/ our stable, fit®* Horses and
Mules bought and sold.^Eft Give us a trial.
Idaho City, Mav 4, 1867. nltf.
IM
DRYDE'S
LIVERY STABLE AND CORRAL
ON MONTGOMERY STREET,
BET. COMMERCIAL AND WALL,........IDAHO CITY.
i3a> BUGGY, m at
Saddle and Carriage Horses,
N ew and fashionable buggies and car
riages always ready, day or night, at a minute's
notice. fiäp Horses received on board by the day or
month, at reduced rates. DRYDEN McCLINTOCK,
nltf. SAM. STEWART.
j&tlQOttS.
CL ARES Y 'S
MINERS' EXCHANGE SALOON!
UMain Street, Idaho City.
T his established and pop-!
ular Saloon has now attached to it a new, f
large and elegantly furnished Club Room, in wt
guests will find all the accommodations peculiar to
such places. In the main saloon 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 CL ARES Y, Prop'r.
CROWE & PEYTON'S SALOON,
(Formerly "Jimmy Brown's,")
MAIN STREET, IDAHO CITY,
e
j
F rom and after this evening, satur
day, April 20, 1867, will be open for the recep
tion and entertainment of the "sociable public."
4®- The best qualities of Liquors and Cigars will
always be found at the Bar.^fi
Idaho City, April 20, 1867.-n26tf. _2
Senate Saloon.
BUENA VISTA BAR.
F ranz j. gebhardt has pur- «(d
chased this well-known and popular Sa- M W
loon, and refitted it in fine style. He has the yjjyf
best of wines, liquors, lager beer and cigars, and in
tends to keep the house in tip-top style.
Buena Vista Bar, June 12, 1867. nlltf.
Cody's Exchange,
1 CORNER MAIN AND WALL STS.,
IDAHO CITY. SJ
JOHN CODY,..........Proprietor. ®
O N HAND AT ALL TIMES THE BEST QUALI
ties of Wines and Liquors of every kind, and
No. 1 Cigars of the choicest brands. nltf.
IRJEJ - OIRDEUSTIEID1
GEO. GANS' SALOON,
On Bear Bun, hack 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 reads
to see all my old friends and the public generally.
fiST The Dance goes on! Walk in and see the neu
order of things. GEO. GANS.
Idaho city, May 25, Iî67.-n6tf.
B
EST BRANDS OF TOBACCO OF ALL KINDS
[nltf] For sale by WALKER,
F
IRKIN BUTTER OF THE BEST QUALITY
[nltf], For sale by C, WALKE]

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