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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, ldo7. Money Market. ^Tew YoA Gold Quotations, June 26............138% «•n Francisco Legal Tender rates........72>£@73>£ City and. County. .... »O ' . I - Departure. —By the stage for Boise City this morn» *ng, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Barber left, with the inten tion of making that place their business location and home. Mr. Barber is to take a one-harf interest in the celebrated Overland House, withCapt. Griffin, the present rpcpular host, and Mr. Harry Ellsworth will retire from the firm. Mr. Barber has sustained very heavy losses in this city by the two great fires of 1865 •and this year. In both, his hotel and nearly every thing in the buildings were swept away. But with unconquerable energy ând determined spirit he rose • above his severe calamities, and pressed on to busi ness again. With many others, we regret that he and his good wife have ceased to be residents of Idaho City, but in Boise City they will prosper, and every 'one who knows them will be glad thereat. The City Hotel here, in their hands, was the best hotel .this side of California. That the Overland will become •and be maintained in equal or superior style, no one, who knows the peculiar excellence of their hotel keeping tact, will doubt. 8uccess to them. The Opposition Line. —Lindsey k Stewart's Oppo sition stage regularly arrives here early in the after noon, ahead of the old monopoly wagon, and with full loads of passengers. It goes full, in fact, both ways, as nearly all who travel between this place and Boise City patronize the Opposition Line. This is right, because the owners are liberal men and try to accommodate those who travel in their stages, while the old monopoly owners do not. Notice, for in stance, that on the\opposition days the old line stage hurries up to get in quick, and on the off days it tar ries until far in the evening. The Opposition makes fast time every day it runs; the old line makes fast time only when the opposition obliges it to, and on intermediate days travels at snail pace. Fourth of July. —The picnic celebration of the Anniversary of American Independence, to morrow, at Boston, six miles from this city, is likely to be a very entertaining affair. Chief Justice McBride and Judge May will 1 kely be the speakers on the occasion, and a feast and tlance will follow the speaking. Mr. Hill will run a liDe of passenger wagons to and from the ground and this city during the day for the ac commodation of all who wish to go, and he assures us that a good time will be enjoyed by those who at tend; at least every preparation will be made in order that all who participate shall be pleasantly enter tained. New Diggings. —From Mr. J. M. Jones, who lives near Lambing's sawmill, across from here on Moore's creek, we learned yesterday that a party from Gold Hill had discovered diggings on a tributary of the North Fork of Boise river, which they call Lost river, about fourteen miles South of Gold Hill. The party prospected in all eighteen days, by running cuts and in other thorough ways, and for a distance cf five miles up the stream they got prospects of from five to fifteen cents to the pan. One of the party showed Mr. Jones the gold. It is fine and resembles Moore's • creek dust. The party who discovered the diggings 1 have great faith in them, and have started in to regu larly work claims they have taken. John Taylor and Sank Owens have an elegant new Saloon on the corner of Wall and Montgomery streets, large, handsomely fitted up inside, thoroughly shaded about the porch, and in the most eligible site in town. They are noted for the excellence of their wines and liquors, and " Mike" is still there to do that artistic mixing of the fluids. They have the best English Ale and Porter on draught, in great •casks, with wooden faucets. Sam Houston's Blue Wing, Although not of such ■onciont renown as the fabled Phcenix, nor from that I kind of a doubtful fowl, is pretty nearly as quick in : getting up out of the cinders, and fluttering again, without molting a feather. The plain English of all • this is that Sam has re-opened his Blue Wing Saloon on the west side of Main Btreet, above Cody's corner, •and there he is ready with the best of everything in his line for customers. The Vegetable Market.— At Plancich's Vegetable Market, next below the old Postoffice vault on Maii street, we saw, on last Sunday, green peas, new pota toes, young turnips, radishes, parsley, pie-plant, top onions, splendid lettuce and tongue-grass—all fresh from the gardens. A people with such a market at hand are not likely to suffer for want of seasonable good things. Plancich keeps the best stock of veget ables of any in the place. Lodging. —Louis Bedon & Co. have purchased the lodging house, opposite' the Masonic Hall, on Wall street, of Mr. L. H. Barber, late of the City Hotel, and will continue the business for the accommodation of all who wish to engage lodgings. See their adver tisement. A Rich Treat.— By favor of Lute Lindsey of Boise City, and Ad. Wales, driver of the opposition stage line, we were enabled to enjoy the treat of a mess of luscious strawberries last Sunday, brought from Boise City that morning, and delivered to us here by about 2 o'clock. Thanks— To C. T. Blake k Co., for late California papers; to Messrs. Smith and Lewis, of W. F. & Co.'s office here, and to Mr. Loup, messenger, for latest Oregon, Washington Territory and Lewiston papers, and other favors, during the week. Rich Quartz.— Mr. I. P. Lambing, who lately pur chased the Junietta ledge and quartz mill of Mr. S. G. Rosenbaum, has commenced crushing ore, and so far it has averaged about $116 to the ton. The rich est ore has yet to be worked. County Commissioners.— Commissioners John M. •Cannady and A. B. Sanders met in regular session of the Board on Monday morning, and will adjourn this day. We shall give an abstract of their proceedings in Saturday's issue. Good Collecting.— During the month of June F. B. Britten, Assessor and Tax Collector, ■ collected, of Hospital taxes, $1,256, of Poll taxes, $2,028—a total of $3,284. L. Emanuel wishes us to inform the parties who engaged Firemen's shirts, caps, <fce., from him, that the articles are at his store ready for delivery. Fare Reduced.— Adams, Goodrich A Co., now take passengers to Lemhi, by saddle-train, in four to five days, at $40 each. Foot Race. —Two noted pedestrians, "Soap Creek" *nd Lee, are to run eighty yards for $500, to-morrow, *t Granite Creek. Go to Yale & Co.'s Postoffice Bookstore, for Fire Crackers, Torpedoes, Ac., for Fourth of July, Correction. — Wé cheerfully give place to the fol lowing brief note from Judge McBride, in correction of a blunder which appeared in the World of last Saturday, In justice to the printers, however, we ought to say the fault was not theirs, but our own. But we ask, at the Same time, that it be put on record that an instance has occurred in which a "newspaper man" sought to elevate rather than to rake down worthy public Officer. On this score we fully accept our own apology for the blunder made in this matter, and have now only to ask the attention of readers to the following: Editor World :—I see that the " printer boys " of the World, in the caption to the Address which I de livered on St. John's Day, before the Masonic Fra ternity, have assigned me a position in the Order to which I am not entitled. I am not a " Past Grand Master," as there stated, and as I do not wish to be understood as assuming an honor to which I am not entitled, I ask the favor of the publication of this note. Respectfully yours, Jno. R. McBride. IDAHO CITY PRICES CURRENT. REPORTED BY C. J. BERNSTIEL. Idaho. City, July 3, 1867. Slight improvement in trade since last report, and prices remain as follows : Price Basis—Gold Dust at $16 per oz. Flour, Standard brand.. $13 00 @14 00 do Outside do ............ 7 f 0 @ 9 00 Sugar, 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 H ® do Venard's, ground........ 55 ® 58 Tea, Japan.. ..................... 110 @120 do Basket...................... 1 25 @ 130 do Black........................ 1 00 @ 112 Candles, Grant's, f* 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>£@ 67 do Oregon................... no demand Cheese, California................. 30 @ 35 Bacon............................ 30 ® 35 Hams............................. 37^@ 40 Pobk, half barrel............... 45 00 Labd.............................. 32 ® 36 Dried Apples..................... tivm 25 do Peaches.................... 33 ® 35 do Cubhants................... 33 ® 37 X do Peabs.................... . 33 @ 35 do Prunes.................... 36 © 38 Beans, Bayo and White............ 17 ® 20 Sybup, 5 gallons................... 13 © 14 Yeast Powders, P. k M........... 52) i® 55 Case Goods. $ 2 dozen............ 16 00 @18 00 Pickles, 5 gal kegs, mixed and plain 10 00 @11 00 do 'ç! case half gallon........ 15 00 @16 00 do English Picallilli......... 10 50 @11 00 Cream Taetab.................... 80 © 85 Rice.............................. 21 © 23 Vermicelli and Maccaroni, box 750 © 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 © 00 Pick do do ............. 8 50 © 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 ib and ^ lb ^ lb 85 © . 15 Brandy, gallon................. 6 00 @12 00 Whisky, do ................. 5 50 © 8 50 Gin, fine Holland.................. 6 50 © 50 do Old Tom..................... 5 50 © 6 50 Port and Sherry Wine........... 5 50 @ 00 Champagne, $ basket............. 35 00 @50 00 FRY AND DRESS GOODS MRS. B. ROSENTHAL, ro (AT C. LEVY'S) H as reopened in the new store rebuilt on the site occupied before the fire, and has just received from San Francisco, a com plete assortment of the latest and most fashionable MILLINERY GOODS, Bonnets, Head Dresses, Ornaments, Hats, Caps Ladies' Dress Goods, Rich Silks, Lawns, Prints, &c., &c,, All kinds of Ladies' and Children's Gaiters, Slippers and Shoes. Everything in the latest style, and all new goods. Come Early for Bargains. n7tf aOINa AQAIN! NOT OVERCOME BY FIRE! Hafendorfer Brothers, West side Mam St., below Wall, ............ Idaho City, H ave rebuilt upon their old stand and resumed business. They offer goods as low as any house, and have a complete and heavy stock of Greneral Mercliazidise Freshly received, consisting of Groceries, Provisions, Produce, Wines and Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Boots and Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, Nails, Glass, Crockery, Cutlery, Ac. Goods at wholesale at bar gains. A Large FIRE-PROOF CELLAR full of Goods . Idaho city, June 1, 1867. u8tf KINGSLEY, On Wall Street, bet. Main and Montgomery, Has just received large additions to his H ardware Stock; Also to his stock of Custom Made Boots, W HICH HE WILL SELL, FROM and after this date, at a reduction of ten per cent., as he has received them at very low freights. This makes them the cheapest Boot in the market. New Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Gaiters, Balmo rals, etc., to arrive July 1st. Idaho city, June 22,1867.-nl4w4. Warm Springs. T he proprietor of this popular resort would wi^ announce (after tendering thanks BATH slifj? for past favors) to his liberal patrons unit ne nas spared no pains or expense in refitting the above es tablishment, and is now prepared to give customers from a glassfull of the best to A Swimming Pond. full of water, from cold to boiling heat, with life pre servers to enable those who can't swim to learn with facility. The most delicate or robust will find accom modations, with Dryde McClintock to bring them in and carry them out at all times of the day. jggpNo exclusive use of the Pond can be had after 11 o'clock, a. m., unless by special agreement. ROBERT TURNER, Prop'r. Warm Springs, June 26, 1867.-nl5tf. information Wanted, O F THOMAS LAWSON, WHO formerly lived in Oro Fino, Siskiyou county, California. He will learn of something to his advan tage by sending his address to J. S. MANSFELD, Ida ho City. Or any person who will send to Mr. Mans feld any information of Thomas Lawsou will confer a great favor. Idaho City, June 29, 1867. m2* 25 KKGS OF BLASTING POWDER .FOR SÂLE CHEAP, by ANDREWS & CO., Wall street. A LARGE ASSORTMEN I' OK CASE GOODS at ANDREW S & CO.'s, Wall street. BURNT DOWN! BUILT UP! The Great Resurrection! HEAVY STOCKS OF GOODS! 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, &c. They sell at 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 ns a call. Idaho city, June 1, 1867. n8tf IDAHO NATIONAL BANK. _ ! • TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of Comptroller of Currency, Washington, D. C., March 11th, 1867. W HEREAS, BY SATISFACTORY evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that the First National Bank of Idaho, AT BOISE CITY, 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 A NATIONAL CURRENCY, Secured by a pledge of UnitodL States Bonds, And to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof, approved June 3d, 1864 ; and has complied with all the provisions of said »ct required to be complied with before commencing the business of banking und* r said act. Now, therefore, I, Hiland R. Hulburd, 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 ( T ) seal of office this 11th day of March, 1867. \ 8 - j HILAND R. HULBURD, [No. 1668.] Comptroller of Currency. May 12th, 1867,-n3m2. Powell &: Coe, H ave in their liquor cellar a large and well assorted stock of the best brands of Liquors, comprising— In Whiikeysi 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. —superior qualities of— Fort t&s SHerry Wines, CALIFORNIA WINES, HOLLAND GIN, JAMAICA RUM. OLD TOM, And a full assortment of CASE LIQUORS constantly on hand. ultf. Risen from tlie Ashes! GR0UEPJES, PROVISIONS, &c., &c. JOHN EASLEY'S S TORE IS REBUILT UPON THE old site, and his agent, C. H. Langworthy, is on hand to attend to business. Constantly on sale, at lowest prices, Family Groceries, Provisions, Canned Goods , Fresh Vegetables, Tobacco, Cigars, Nuts, Fruits, Candies, fc. Stop at the old stand, west side of Main street, op posite Fitzgerald's brick store. Idaho city, May 29, 1867.-n7tf. Phœnix No. 2« NED EDWARDS IS UP AGAIN! A ND HAS TEMPORARILY LOCAT XIl ed in the store of H. Emanuel, on Main street I Emanuel's old stand), and has opened out for sale ins large stock of Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Meerschaum, and all kinds of Pipes, EOCKET CUTLERY, Ac., 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, 18(57. n6tf. Center Market. GEO. DIERER, .................... PROPRIETOR. pENTER MARKET IS RE Vy moved from the site of the old "Boise Market" to the first door below Claresy's saloon, on Main street. The best of fresh beef, mut ton, lamb, calf, pork, &c., on hand. 4SP Market opens early and closes late. Idaho city, June 8, 1867.-nl0tf. Go 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. n6tf Detter H AS AGAIN RE-OPENED A NEAT SHAVING SA loon, on Main Street, South of the Bank Ex change, and invites his old patrons and the public to call. Persons whose hair is falling off, or is diseased, can find a cure by using Dettçr's Hair Restorative, the best preparation for bald heads now in use. Idaho city, June 26,1867.-nl5ml. N O. 1 CIGARS, KEPT READY FOR USE, [nltf] For sale by WALKER. G arden seeds of all kinds [nltf] For sale by WALKER. S AUCES OF ALL KINDS ALWAYS ON HAND [nltf] For sale by . C. WALKER lahmes and Emmies. THE EAGLE BAKERY REBUILT AND REOPENED THOMAS BARRY Has now on hand A FULL/ ASSORTMENT OF PRO visions, Bo.ots, 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 customei's 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. WAUL STREET, NEXT TO CODY'S EXCHANGE D OIÎAHO & BRUCE HAVE ON hand fresh bread and cakes of all kinds, . and Confectionery in constant supplies. Al-^ M so a good assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Family Stores, Always on hand and for sale cheap. 6®" Orders for cakes and confect« for / BALL SUPPERS, PARTIES, fc., Filled at the shortest notice, in the beBt style, and at low prices. nltf. BREWERY & BAKERY. P ATRONS OF THIS OLD AND WELL««» known house are hereby notified that a\W change having been made in the proprietorship çjgp 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. Fies, Cakes, and all Sorts of Confec tioneries, Always on Hand. nltf. MEYDENBAUER k RIID. IPtSirrttotWflMS. FLOUR DEPOT! J. R. 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 CLARÈSY'S EXCHANGE, Wholesale and Retail DEALER IN STOVES, TINWARE, &C., &C„ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Uydramlic ISTozzles, Of all sizes, constantly on hand. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID JOBBING & REPAIRING. Idaho city. May 25, 1867. n6m3. TOMB-STONES. MAR BLE W ORK. T he undersigned has estab lished a jYIarble Yard 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 stene of an excellent quality is obtained for Head and Tombât nes, 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, <*r at the Boise Bakery of Donaho & Bruce. Boise City, May 6, '67.-n2tf. * P. J. QUINN. Cigars and Tobacco. T S. MANSFELD BEGSLEAVE • 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., &c. He is still at the same old established stand on Main st, nearly opposite Junk's Photograph Gallery, nltf. ASSAY OFFICE. K (ENIGS BERGER S • assays Gold, Silver, and all kinds of Mineral Ores. Gold Dust assayed and MADE INTO INGOTS OR BARS. All 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. Missing, O N THE DAY OP THE PIRE there was taken from above t!;»- Catholic church a square pasteboard millinery h ami-box, containing the following and other articles, viz ; One very fine embroidered, and *p\ ithI one em broidered lady's linen handkerchiefs. ■> arked Vh. F. ; Two fine new German linen tabl. • imim. marked Th. F.; One fine crochet lady's collar, with elevated roses worked all around. Also German prayer books at I family daguerreo types. A liberal reward will be ;jaid to any person who will restore the, missing articles to the subscriber at the Miners' Brewery» and no questions asked. W. MEYDENBAUER. Idaho city, June 19, 1867.-nl3w3. Reduction in the Price of Beer! O N AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY 20, 1867, LAGER BEER wi]l be sold at Whole sale, at the IDAHO BREWERY, at ONE DOLLAR PER GALLON. n5 tf SPÏELMAN k BACH, Proprietors. und ßitoeS. At K.ingsley's 1 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 if' styles, Boys' Boots and Shoes, Long and short Gum Boots. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Groceries and Provisions, And Clotliir.g. Also a full variety of garden HEEDS, Warranted fresh. Idaho City, May 4, 1867. nltf. Boots Made to Order. J. B. 3D» nmas, bootmaker, WALL STREET ................IDAHO CITY. XT AS ON HAND A STOCK OP """il his own make. Also has just received a lot of splendid San Francisco CUSTOM-MADE Boots. For sale at the following reduced prices : Boots, of his own make, sold for $16; Finest S. F. custom-made, $12; Miners' Boots, water-proof $10, All his work is warranted, and the best of French calf and kip used in making. Idaho city, June 5, 1867.-n9m3. Boot Making. J DFREiV, FASHIONABLE AND MIN • ers' Bootmaker, on west side Main street, l one door below Powell k Coe'«, has rebuilt his] shop and recommenced business. All orders* promptly and faithfully executed. Prices low, to suit the times. Idaho city, May 29, 1867. n7tf. I* Boot and Shoe Shop ! (One door above Emery <£• Martin's store,) West side Main Street, : : : : Idaho City, "WHERE ALL ORDERS IN * » v that line of business will be promptly ï attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed by May 29, 1867.-n7m3. NELSON PERRIN. iblicgen- 7 vrybusi 's notice, AX z _.l Bannock Stable and Corral! Southeast cor. Main and Commercial Sts. MONEY & ALLEN,........•*..........PROPRIETORS. T HE PROPRIETORS ANNOUNCE TO their old patrons and the public j erally that they continue the Livery f ness, and are ready, at a moment'i to equip one or more persons For Short or Long Journeys, In tip-top style at reasonable rates. W T e have a first rate, LARGE CORRAL, for the care and safe keeping of animals, adjoining our stable. 4 ®" Horses and Mules bought and sold. A& Give us a triaL Idaho City, May 4, 18 67. nltf. LIVERY STABLE AND CORRAL ON MONTGOMERY STREET, BET. COMMERCIAL AND WALL,........IDAHO CITY. BXJC3-G--ST, Saddle and Carriage Horses, N EW AND FASHIONABLE BUGGIES AND CAX riages always ready, day or night, at a minuted notice, 4®- Horses received on board by the day or month, at reduced rates. DRYDEN McCLINTOCK, nltf. SAM. STEWART. MINERmCHANGE SALOON! Main Street, Idaho City. T his established and pop-® ular Saloon has now attached to it a new, 1*5? large and elegantly furnished Club Room, in which 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., »fee. Cigars of the choicest brands, [nltf] JOHN CLARESY, Prop'r. Senate Saloon. BUENA VISTA BAR. F ranz j. gebhardt has pur chased this well-known and popular Sa- mSj loon, and refitted it in fine style. He has the Kffi/ best of wines, liquors, lager beer and cigars, and in tends to keep the house in tip-top style. Buena VlsU Bar, June 12, 1867. nlltf. Cody's XCxchange, CORNER MAIN AND WALL STS., IDAHO CITY. ® JOHN CODY,..........Proprietor. fjjjjïj 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. FCE2 - ozpiEnsrimiD i GEO. GANS' SALOON, On Bear Run, back of Main St. T HAVE RE-OPENED, FOR THE X 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®* The Dance goes on! Walk in and see the new order of things. GEO. GANS. Idaho city. May 25,1967.-n6tf. Intelligence Office. K UMAH MOE (CHARLEY) IIA just established an office on Commercial stive opposite the old Times office, where he will attend the furnishing of work hands, transfer of minh claims or working the same on shares. Possessing thorough knowledge of the English and Chinese la guages, he claims advantages in the transaction business 'ootween the Americans and Chinamen. Idaho City, May 14, 1867.-n4m - 3. B EST BRANDS OF TOBACCO OF ALL KINDS [nltf J For sale by WALKER. F TÜRKIN BUTTER OF THE BEST QUALITY [nltf] For sale by C. WALK El £,0 CASES COAL OIL V-/ For sale at BERNSTIEL' lAINTS AND OILS FOR SALE AT Ii6tf CHIPMAN'S DRUG STORE. 4000 w ~ LBS. COSTA RICA COF fee for sale at BERNSTIEL'H. I N D O W G L A S S—ASSORTED SIZES— FO K nCtf Sale at CHIPMAN'S DRUG STuivK.