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VOL. I.--N0. 17. IDAHO CITY, BOISE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY : WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1867. NEW SERIES. Jfow-WeeMg WnML PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNINGS ____BY .... X. ax. BOWMAN «ft? OO. Masonic Building, : : : : : Wall Street. Terms : : : : Invariably in Advance. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: On» Yoar........$16 OO Six Mouths...... 0 00 Three Months. Single Copies.. .$5 00 50 Bates of Advertising:: One square, ten lines oi less, one insertion,.. " " " each subsequent insertion. One-eighth of a column, per quarter.......... " fourth " " " " ......... " third " " " " ......... " half " " " " ......... One column, per quarter..................... Business cards, 10 lines or less, three months, $ 5 00 , 2 00 25 00 40 00 50 00 60 00 100 00 10 00 'rofcssioiial (Sards. SCA1TCKXK & BCBJMBSTEB., A ttorneys and counselors at law.— Will attend to legal business in all the Courts of the Territory. Prompt attention given to collec tions. Office in Boise City. nltf. SAH'L A. MERRITT, â TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. OF flee in the Post Office building, cor. Wall and tgomery streets, Idaho City. nltf. J. B. ROSBOROUCrH, TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. OF _ flee on Wall Btreet, Idaho City. nltf. ÛKO. AINSI. IE. -t-— r - K. E. FOOTE. AX3NTSLXZS ÔL TOOTH , A ttorneys and counselors-at law, ida ho.City. Patents obtained for mining lodes, under act of Congress of July 26, 1866. Office— °n Wall street, 3 doors below Cody's Exchange. nl tf. OH AS. DUDLEY, TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, PIO „ neer City, Idaho Territory. nltf. FRANS MILLER, TTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, IDAHO _ City, I. T. n8tf. J. L. McaOWND, A ttorney and counselor at law. of flee over Centerville Brewery, south side Wall street, Idaho Ci tv. #3=*A11 business entrusted to his care will meet immediate attention, and prompt re mittances will be made. nltf. J. J. MAY, A ttorney and counselor at law. of flee on Wall street, opposite and below J. W. Wood k Co.'s Store, Idaho City, I. T. nltf. H. ZIPS', M. D., T>HYSICIAN, SURGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR. JL Office— Main Street, one door above Heckman's Jewelry store, Idaho city. nl4tf. - A. P. MITCHELL, M. D., E CLECTIC PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND Ac coucheur. 49~0ffice at his residence on Buena Vista Bar, Boise County, I. T., where he will be at all times found when not professionally absent, nltf. DR. L. WILLIS, S URGEON DENTIST, OFFICE ON East side of Main street, the next, door below the Post office, Idaho City. ___ S3" Persons wishing first class work done will do well to call. nltf. J. M. BETTS, P HYSICIAN, 8ÜRGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR.— Office one door below Fitzgerald's store. Res idence on High street, in rear of office. [nltf. JAS. HEALY, M. D., P HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE ON EAST side of Montgomery street, three doors above Wall, Idaho City _ nltf. FRED. W. BELL, N otary public and c onveyancer. off ice on Wall street, Idaho City. nltf. R B. SWELLING, J USTICE OF THE PEACE AND ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law.. Office on east side of Main street, two doors above the Bank Exchange Saloon, Idaho City. nltf. S. B. HODGDON, J USTICE OF THE PEACE FOR LAST CHANCE Bar Precinct. Office at the Warm Springs; resi donee, opposite the ena Vista Bar. •Buena Vista Exchange" on Bu nltf. grufls and peditiacs. T CHIPM AN'S »RFG STORE BRICK BUILDING, Gor.Ma4n.auil Wall Sts.,_______Idaho City. HIS OLD ESTABLISHED Drug Store i» ia-constant receipt of fresh supplies- of DRUGS of THE UERS BEST QUAlltYj Also GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES, Paints, Oils,WindowGIass, Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, éc., die.; Which will be all sold at the lowest figures for cash. N. B.— Physicians' Piuescuiptions Accurately. Prepared. M. M. CHIPMAN, May 4,. 1867. nltf Apothecary. MINERS' DRUG STORE! WALL STREET, IDAHO CITY. J.B. AC. H. ATKINS, —...........PROPRIETORS. K eep constantly, on hand all kinds of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PERFUMERIES, &c. nltf. IAHO LODGE, NO. 35, a. F. ii A. M , neets every Saturday eveuing, at 1% o' k. Stated communications on Saturday _ eding full moon. All Masons in good fctauumg invited. By order of the W fc M. nltf. O. O. F.~PXONEER LODGE No hold their regular meetings in Odd*, ws Ha-il, Main street, on Monday ing of each week at 7><J o'clock. athreu in.good standing are invite d to attend. . Phcrnix, Sec.. J. 8. MANSFELD, N. G. altf] J. Pfoutz. V. G. uitds and -Restaurants. CITY HOTEL, ......AND...... G-oneral Stage Bouse, Montgomery it., in the rear of his old stand. ^Fire-Proof Safe in the Office.^ nltf. L. H. BARBER, Proprietor. Foujade House, AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE, Comer Momtgomery and Commercial. T his well known hotel is always open and ready for the accommodation of the public, whom we will be happy to make as comfortable as possible. [nltf.] T. C. POUJADE, Prop'r San Francisco Restaurant, L. Balich & Co., Proprietors, H ave rebuilt and re opened this well-known establish ment on the same spot on the west side of Main street, two doors above Wall, where they will at all times be found ready to Wait Upon their Customers, AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY AND NIQIIT! PARTIES WILL BE PROVIDED WITH MEALS On Short Notice I Idaho city, June 8th, 1867. nlOtf. MAGNOLIA. Satins: Saloon! Montgomery street, above WaU. R obert newhaw & co. thus inform the public that they have opened a FIRST CLASS EATING SALOON And invite all those who are fond of good living to give them a call. The Bill of Fare is in the Saloon. BREA KFAST HO URS, ............ From 8 to 11. DINNER " ............ " 4 to 6. Two or three meals a day. as Boarders may require. BOARD.....$14 PER WEEK. nlStf. THE FASHIO N^ RESTAURANT I T he proprietor of the "Fashion Restaurant" has re moved his tables to the old "Boise Marke " building, on northeast corner of Main and Commercial streets—one oi the coolest locations in the city. On SUNDAY, JUNE 9th, he will be pre pared to serve as good board as can be obtained at any other place, and at the low price of oio Per Week, in Advance. Single meals, seventy-five cents. Come all ye that hunger and test the truth of what I say. June 6, '67.-n9tf. L. BENTTAS. Pronr. UNriETvV HOTEL AT BUENA VISTA BAR. Mrs. Gallagher, - - Proprietress, T his well known and very com petent hostess has opened a Hotel in the building formerly known as "Fisher's Hotel," at Buena Vista Bar, and will conduct it as an excel lent, superior house. Terms Moderate —To Surr the Times. Buena Vista Bar, May 4, 1867. nltf. EMPIRE HOTEL. Ualln Oity,................Oregon. HIS OLD AND POPULAR T House has been recently enlarged by an addition of forty rooms, newly furnished. Gooci äc commodations for 300 guests, and the tables always supplied with the best the market affords. Meals, 50 Cts.—Lodgings, 50 Cts. Baggage taken to the House Free. Carriage in at tendance on arrival of boats, free of charge for ladies and children. Large fire-proof safe in the office and house open all night. THOMAS SMITH, Prop. May 4, 1867, nltf. HI OTËRLAND HOUSE, ' Corner of Main and Eighth Streets, [BOISE CITY, :::::::::: IDAHO. .T. W- GRIFFIN & Co., Proprietors. H aving purchased this popular establishment we are determ- gi;i ined not to be excelled by ANY HOTEL IN THE PACIFIC COAST.' The House has undergone thorough repairs, and the rooms are hard finished, painted and generally reno voted ; and the proprietors flatter themselves that they "know how to keep a hotel," and will be glad to give all persons a chance to judge for themselves. Give us a call and we will do our best to please. At this house may be found the Genebal Stage Office for Walla Walla, Umatilla, Salt Lake, Owyhee, Idaho City, South Boise, Star City and Chico. A large Safe is in the Office for the accommodation of persons wishing to deposit valuables. nltf. CITY RESTAURANT! (Opposite Enoch Peyton's Saloon,) Main Btreet, : : : : Idaho City. A gain this well known and fa vorite Boarding House is open and ready for the entertainment of guests at prices to suit the times. THREE MEALS A DAY, Of all that the markets of the seas m may afford, will at all times be found upon the table, prepared in the mos t palatable manner. Pr ice o f _ Hoard, $10 Her Weels:. nltf. E. GODFREY. BARNUM RESTAURAIT! (Second Door above Wail Street,) Main Street,. — — - — Idaho City. I S AGAIN READY FOR THE REOEP-^ tion of guests at the newly furnished rooms on Main street, just above Cbip-> man's Drug Store, where all that the mar ket affords will be furnished in the best style of the country. Restaurant open until midnight. SUPPERS FOR PARTIES PREPARED AS DIRECTED, on short notice. Give us a eall. REDON k CO. Idaho city, May 4, 1867. nltf. Just Received, P ER PACK TRAIN, very fine samples of Old Government Java Cofffe; also Costa Rica. nl-tf. POWELL k COE T O ARK VE, ON OR ABOUT MAY 10th, NAILS, Shovdft. Quicksilver, Paints and Oils, ulti. POWELL k COE. £jni töoüüs and (Clothing. JUST OPENED! ...... B Y ...... IMI. O.OHN, Cob. Main and Wall Streets, The finest, and best selected, and latest styles of Dry Goods and clothing ever seen in this Ter ritory, at his established PIONEER STORE. THIS JL comp NEW STOCK IS THE MOST complete and extensive, and comprises the choicest assortment of LADIES' DRESS GOODS; consisting of the following latest, styles : Princess Ifilizabeth, La Ponton, Empress' Dresses, plain k ribbed, Poplins, Mohairs, Hobes, Bilk Basquiues, Silks, of all kinds; LATEST MODISH PARASOLS, Ladies' and Childrens' Ties, Gaiters and Shoes, Of San Francisco custom make, and every dress ar ticle of Ladies' apparel. Also, a fine assortment of Gents' Custom - Made Clothing, of the latest styles, Beaver and Cassimere Suits, SUMMER. SUITS, Fine Calf Boots and Shoes; Also—Ready made Hydraulic Hose, Lawrence Duck; California and Mexican Saddles, Crockery, G-lassware, FANCY ARTICLES, GUM BOOTS, Besides a thousand other things not mentioned here. I offer everything in my store at low figures. Idaho City, May 5, 1867.-nltf. L. M. COHN. Not to b© Subdued! L. EMANUEL H AS REBUILT UPON HIS LOT and re-opened at the old stand, on Main street, where he will be glad to see all has former customers and everybody who wants to buy good clothes at cheap cash prices. He saved a large quantity of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, from the fire, in his fire-proof brick cellar, and will sell them off cheap to make rooiç for the large lot of Elegant, fine and seasonable Gents'' Dress Clothing, Summer Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, <fe., NOW ON THE WAY from San Francisco, and soon to arrive. Idaho city. May 25,1867. n6tf. CENTERVILLE STORE! WHOLESALE & RETAIL. G UIHENEUC, RIDGE & CO., C0N tinue at their established stand in Centerville, and have lately received a full stock of General Mer chandise, comprising IDIR-Y GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Miners' Outfits, Crockery and « Glassware, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and everything required in an • inte rior store. We sell cheaply and give sat faction. Come and look at our stock and be satisfied. Centerville, May 4, 1867. nltf. POWELL & COE, STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, FIRE-PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSE, COR. MAIN & WALLULA STS., t: : : IDAHO CITY. -o Prompt attention given to the purchase, sale, and storage of PROVISIONS, PRODUCE And Merchandise Generally. £3T Liberal cash advances made on Consign ments.*îf& my 4-niff JOHN R. FOSTER& CO., FORWARDING $ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Umatilla,.........Oregon. G oods received and for warded to all parts of the mines in Oregon, Idaho, and Owyhee, and all the business connected with the Forwarding and Commission business will be promptly attended to. Consignments of Goods Solicited.. "References: Jacob Underhill & Co., I Allen k Lewis, Geo. C. Johnson k Co., | Portland. San Francisco. Mark Goods, Care of J. R. F., Umatilla. Umatilla, May 1, 1867. n(tf. •J. A. J)AVl»0->, TAILOR; Wall Street, one door below the Eagle Bakery, Is prepared to fill any orders in his line, either at New Woke, Rkpaibing ob Renovating. Ay A su perior article of buckskin purses of his own make kept constantly on hand. [nltf.] T O CLOSE CONSIGNMENT: 8000 -lbs. Baker City Flour,.. 1600 lbs. Graham 1000 lbs. Corn Meal, 1060 lbs. Oregon Bacon,.and' 4 Cases Gum Boots. nltf. POWELL & COE. C ANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. [nltf] For sale by C. WALKER. t Latest News by Telegraph. Dates to «Tune 37 New York, June 23.—It is again rumored that «Secretary Stanton will resign. The registration iu Louisiana shows 24,215 white voters and 44,779 black voters. President Johnson and party left this city Boston, yesterday morning. The President was cheered all along the route. Three miles from Boston a military escort and delegations from the civil authorities and citizens received and escorted him to the city, where Mayor Norcro8s tendered him the hospitalities of Boston. It is reported the National Banks will fur nish a fund of $2,000,000 to buy Congress to support their monopoly.. The Democrats of Vermont have nominated J. L Edwards for Governor. A letter from Pome predicts that Archbish op Spaulding of Baltimore wilLreturn from the Holy City a Cardinal, Late rains have seriously injured cotton crops all along the Southern seaboard. Vera Cruz advices to June 13th, say the city has not surrendered. Provisions were scarce, but Salvador». would resist to the last. Gen. Sickles wishes to be relieved of his mil itary command in the South. The Atlantic Telegraph cable is again all right.. The first through coach from Salt Lake, via Smoky Hill route, since the 12th, reached Denver last night. Two coaches, coming west were attacked by 200 Indians, near B'rg Tim ber, on the i5th. The Indians are in strong force between Three Crossings and South Phss. Three men have been killed and one wounded by them lately. Gen. Hancock, has gone to Denver with a force. Five feet of snow fell at Snake Rivor, Colo rado, May 31st, making with old snow, seven feet depth of it. Chief Justice Chase has decided that parties in the South owing debts in the North, who paid the amounts to Confederate Receivers, were not thereby discharged of their obliga tions. The Secretary of the Treasury will forth with propose instructions regarding the trade and revenue of Walrussia. At present all reg ulations are subject to the approval of Russia. The Iowa Radical State Convention have nominated Sam. Merrill, of McGregor, for Gov ernor. It is reported that Santa Anna was captured by the Liberals in Mexico, and hung. The Herald's correspoedent from Ireland states positively that James Stephens had just paid a visit to Dublin, and returned to France, after attempting to defend his course in a Fe nian council in Dublin. He said there was no hope for the cause. London, June 22.—The Czar requested Na poleon to pardon the Pole who attempted to assassinate him. « The Birmingham anti-Popery riots have been quelled. Murphy, the auti-P«pery lecturer, holds forth every night. It is reported that the relations between Prussia and France are not cordial. The North German Confederation Constitu tion hud been ratified by all tbe States. Two Fenian informers had been beaten in Drumcondra. Victoria will confer tbe order of the Garter on the Emperors of Russia and Austria, and the Sultan of Turkey. New York, June 25.—The Court, iu the Surratt case, has denied the recall of witnesses to prove the prisoner's innocence. The Masonic fraternity of Brooklyn.propose to give President Johnson a great ovation on his return from Boston. Over 20,009 Masons will parade, in full regalia. The Masonic celebration iu. Boston, yester day, was the grandest ever witnessed there. The President participated in the ceremonies. Nearly all the business houses were closed. Over «0,000 Masons were in procession. President Johnson was escorted to the Cap itol in Boston, this morning, and welcomed by the State authorities and both Houses of the Legislature. He was greeted with loud cheers by the people. Gen. Steadman telegraphed from New Or leans to the President at Boston, advising the instant dismissal of Gen. Sheridan from mili tary command. The Times of this morning is very bitter against Sheridau for bis infamous acts and usurpations iu Louisiana. It says the institu tions of the country hud better be consigned to the flames and the Republic delivered to anarchy and chaos than to endure Sheridan's tyranny. Thu Democracy of Maine have nominated F. E. Pillsbary for Governor. Major Howland of Galveston, who was re moved by Gen. Griffin, refuses to acknowledge tbat officer's authority. A July session of Congve3s is almost cer tain. Tbe Radicals want to« make tbe tyranny of the Military Commandera mere terrible in the South, and hope yet to impeach the Presi dent. Indian outrages continue on the Plains, and Government troops are supine, allowing the savages to have nearly their own way. Work on the Pacific Railroad has been stopped by them. Yellow fever has appeared in New Orleans. Nothing definite from Mexico, as to Maxi milian or Santa Anna. BY LAST EVENING'S STAGE. New York, June 27.—The Grand Jury have found a bill against Gen. Cole of murder iu tbe Srstdegree, for kiHing Hiscock. $1,200,000 of Bonds stolen from Lord, the broker, two years ago» have been restored fe him from au unkuowu source.. $90,000 still missing. The Indians havo'poswession.ef 170 miles of telegraph line, between Fort Cooper and South Pass. Forty cases of yellow fever are reported on an U. S. steamer, at Hampton Roads, just from Hayti. A large Fenian meeting was held at Cinci& nati last night, and 2;000 signed the military roll. A secret meeting, was afterwards held in regard to President Robert's tour of Europe.. The Iowa Democracy bave nominated G has. Mason for Governor. t Gov. Wells of Louisiana, removed by Sheri dan, proclaimed himself Rtill the Governor, and Sheridan's mau, Flanders, an usurper. The Supreme Court orders Edwin Forrest to pay tb his divorced wife all the alimony due.. A dispatch, from Rome says 400 prelates and some thousand» of priests are in the Holy City at the call of the Pope. Cholera had broken: out there, A San Francisco dispatch of June 25th sqys the Call has come out tor Haight for Governor Caught in the Lie.— In lately published correspondence Gen. John Pope shows that it was not himself who- fabricated (he- hug* Mun chausenism told during the war, of having rout ed Beauregard at Corinth, and takerr 30,000 of. his-army prisoners, but that Gen. B. W Hal leek was the fabricator of the story. Pope also shows tbat Halleck not only made that great lie, but tried, meanly enough, to fasten it on him; The correspondence proves Bai leck to have acted most dishonorably and dèa picably in the affair. " Old Brains" does not seem to have much regard for honor or any thing honorable. The Booth Diary.— Joseph Holt, the wretch who employed perjurers to swear away innocent lives in the Lincoln assassination; case, lately comes out in« a public card, and. declares he did uot mutilate the diary found on J. Wilkes Booth, from which eighteen pages have been cut. Mr. Holt should bean ia mind that neither bis declaration nor his oath have any value among: honest people; A man who« w ill deliberately employ witnesses-to perjure themselves is not likely, to hesitate at perjury or any other henious crime himself. Holt and Stanton are worse than mere assassins. From Owyhee —We extract tho following: from the Silver City papers : The Bullion says there is But one prisoner in the county jail: Or« from the Leviathan ledge in Flint, will pay $1200 per ton. The Minear mill is again in operation, crush ing Whiskey ledge ore. Work on the Potosi ledge is progressing fa vorably. The Silver Monarch prospects very rich, and tho Cow Bay ledge promises to be good. The Avalanche has good news fresh from Camp C. F. Smith, which tell* of ten Indians killed in a late skirmish by Gen. Crooks scouts and friendly Indians at Stein's Mountain. Gen. Crook will commence an active campaign soon with abont 500 men; At the lateterimof Court the case of Bfo Carroll against the Pooriuan owners was de cided against the plaintiff, and the Oro Fiuo. lien suits were continued till next term. The quartz- ledges and diggings generally about Owyhee are paying well. Hill Beachey'8 stages make the trip from. Hunter's Station to Silver City in about thr«t dhys and - a naif. Passengers are landed ?i*< Sacrbinento, from Owyhee; in four day#, by that line. A daily stage runs between Silver Cjty and' Flint: From Northern Idaho.— The Lewiston. Journal of June 22d furnishes the following: A council was held at the Nez Perces at Lapwai Reservation, June 19th. Only sixteen» Chiefs' were present. Gov. Ballard, Judge Hough, Agent O'Neill, and other functiormri«t attended. It seems to have been a.magnificent fizzle. The Indians talked saucj, and definite result was attained. The quartz uiiuerj of< Warrens had sub scribed $d,500 towards buying a quartz mill. The Hie Jacet ledge ore assays $02 So per tou. Tom Delaney accidentally shot hiiuaelf ii* the thigh at Pierce City. A few claims ort a new ditch there were paying welh juices had been robbed lately. Chinamen a re plenty these. From Boise City.— By tbe Slatwman vt yesterday we learn that the laying of. the cor ner stone of. the Masonic Hl 11 took place in that city on Monday. The ceremonies were imposing and appropriate. I. N. Smith Was the Orator. The Opposition stages from Boise City.to. Idaho City and also to Silver City, have a flno office in Hart's Exchange. Wm. A. Yates is Agent. These lines get the best part of the patronage. The Surratt Tüiial.— Late dispatches in dicate that Stanton and Holt have succeeded in procuring plenty of perjpred witnesses to swear away the life of John H. Surratt, just as they—the two red-handed, murderers— bought perjured testimony, to. swear away the life of bis mother Lemhi Letters.—Two letters from Lee», burg, of. late date, received by citizens hare, were handed to us for publication. We shall publish them in.Saturday's issue. The writers have about the same estimate of the place, and that not at aH flattering. Indian Allies.— The Lewiston Journal says an Indian runner arrived at Fort Lapwai, June 19, in eight days from from Blackfoot, who reported that 600 Flat Heads, Pön d'Oreilles and Cour d'Alenes, hod joined 1,200 white» to fight against the Blaekfect ladiaat.