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JAMES O'MEARA EDITOR. SATURDAY MORNISG, J : JUDY 6, 1867. NOTICES TO PATRONS. We have contracted with Mr. D. McGhew to deliver the Semi-Weekly Idaho Would to all of our subscrib ers who wish the paper left at their residences or places of business, in this city, Moorestown, Buena Vista Bar and vicinity, and he is authorized to collect and receipt for the same. The terms are $5 per three months, in advance. L H. BOWMAN & Co. Idaho City, June 29,1807. PUBLIC NOTICE. A. P. Tubneb is no longer authorized to act as bu siness agent, or collector, or carrier for the Would establishment, and all persons are cautioned against paying him any money, settling any account with or trusting him on account of the Wobld office. L H. BOWMAN & CO. ' Idaho City, July 1, 1867. Consolidated.— The California Steam Nav igation Company and the Mexican Steamship Company have consolidated, with a capital stock of $5,000,000. Gold Quartz.— Rich specimens of gold quartz have been found in the Coast Fork range, fifty miles southeast of Eugene City, Oregon. Brick Machine. —M. A. Eldridge of Port land, Oregon, has invented a very simple ma chine which turns out brick at the rate of 1500 an hour, and of better quality than auy made by hand. No moulder is required. Good Boy. —Among the names published in the Roll of Honor, of the pupils of the Sisters' School in Portland, at the late yearly exam- ination. we observe that of Horatio Cushing, son of Capt. H. Cushing, J. P., of Placerville, in this county. Horatio, junior, is a fine, bright lad. - »♦< - From Canyon City.— Hands are scarce at Canyon City, and wages ate from $4 to $4 50 per day. Few creek claims are being worked, but they pay rich so far as worked. At Ma rysville ground sluicing prevails, and in Ike Hare's claim $4,000 was recently taken out. The last term of Court did little but impose fines for violations of the Sunday law. __ ( , , » -. Fornenst Him.— The printers of San Fran- cisco have, in meeting assembled, resolved not to support D. O. McCarthy, the Radical can- didate for State Printer. They say he has a " rat" office, and is incompetent otherwise for the position. The election of Dan. Gelwicks, the Democratic candidate, is certain. He is a pioneer editor of California, and one of the best, mosf "MnoraBle of men, in private life. - Democratic Rally.— At a meeting of prominent Democrats of Eastern Oregon, held at Canyon City, June 14th, steps were taken for a complete organization of the party in the whole State for the important campaign of next year, and it was resolved to hold a Mass Convention of Democrats at Umatilla, July 25th, to more fully carry out the objects of that preliminary meeting. The Democracy of all Oregon are requested to join in the movement. It is a good thing, a wise measure, and we hope it will meet with universal accord in Oregon. Masonic. —At the recent Annual Communi cation of the Grand Lodge of Oregon, the fol lowing officers for the year were chosen, viz : A. A. Smith, G. M. ; W. D. Hare, D. G. M. ; D. G. Clark, S. G. W. ; A. B. Richardson, J. G. W. ; J. F. Roman, G. T. ; J. F. Hurford, G. S. ; J. R. Bayley, C. of C. on E. F. The following are the appointed officers :— Orator, J. H. Wythe; Chaplain,H.C.Benson; Grand Marshal, John Myers; Senior G. Dea con, Henry Saxon; JuniorG. Deacon, Samuel Hughes; Grand Standard Bearer, Jacob Con fier; Grand Sword Bearer, Hiram Smith; Grand Stewards, A. G. Walling, J. L. Lowdon ; Grand Tyler, F. Naueke. ' The following officers were chosen at the Grand R. A. Chapter, held in Portland, June 24th :— B. F. Brown, G. H. P. ; Jacob Conser, D. G. H. P. ; S. F. Chadwick, G. K. ; A. B. Richardson, G. S. ; C. M. Cartwright, G. Sec.; J . H. Couch, G. Treas. ; J H. Wythe, G. Chap.; B. F. Goodwin, G. C. of H. ; J. B.*Lee, G. P. S. ; A. G. Walling, G. R. A C. He also " remembers" that "all this" was before Southern slaveholders went to war with the Federal Government to make slavery general throughout the Union. We dip the above from last Saturday's Boise Statesman. It is a fair sample of Radical mendacity and Radical "argument." Now, when did anybody ever hear of the " Southern Slaveholders" wishing or attempting to " make slavery general throughout the Union," we ask 1 No Southern State or statesman ever obtruded a word against any State abolishing »slavery, and all they ever asked was that slave ry should not be interfered with by Congress, and in this they were right. The South very properly contended that the States were the eole arbiters öf the question whether slavery should or should not exist in them, each State for itself. They never sought to enforce slave ry upon States where it was not. Only the Abolitionists interfered with the rights of the States. The slavery issue is a thing of the past, we are well aware, but we have made these brief comments in. the case merely to ßhow up the vicious, absurd, and ignorant at tacks still made, by Radical organs like the Statesman, to keep np the hatred of the North against the South. TURNER AND THE "WORLD. The following Special Notice appears in the Boise City Statesman of Thursday : To THE Public.—I- H. Bo wn & Co haviug po lished in the Idaho Wobld of July 3d, :1867, mat tne „rwteriupTied is no longer authorized to act as buei U» tbtoi• to give due notice to all concerned that the undersigned is a full member of the firm of I. H. Bowman & Co own na one undivided third of the Wobld establishment, and that James O'Meara does not o wna^oUarm m Idaho City, July 3d, 1867. It Mr. À. P. Turner has rushed into print, and dragged before the public a business matter which belonged only to the parties directly in terested. Having obtruded his side of the case upon the public, he oannot complain at our pre senting a statement of facts, and he must sub mit to the consequences ot his own imprudence and wrong in the matter. When Mr. O'Meara came into the World office, Oct. 1, 1866, by due purchase of a five twelfths interest in the entire establishment, Mr. A. P. Turner was the carrier and general business agent of the concern. He was then presumed to be an honest and a competent man for the place he filled, and the new business firm of I. H. Bowman & Co., had no disposi tion to appoint another in his stead. He rolled for the pressman, carried the paper, collected the accounts, and kept the ledger of the firm. One or two rather crooked transactions dis covered during the winter, committed'by Mr. Turner, and his neglect, after repeated calls by both Mr. Bowman and Mr. O'Meara, to furnish a statement of the business affairs of the office, from the books, as he kept them, at last aroused the suspicions that there was something wrong in his conduct Finally, a transaction of his was discovered, June 15th, which no longer left any doubt of his dishonesty. On that day he stated to Mr. O'Meara that the World office was indebted to Wells, Fargo & Co., that Mr. W. A. Atlee, the Agent of that Ex press in Boise City, was indebted to the World office, and that he had returned unpaid a bill which he (Turner) had early in the week for warded to him, for advertising his Lemhi stage line, with a demand that the bill " made out in full," be sent to him instead ; that said amend ed bill had been sent to Mr. Atlee by stage of the preceding day, June 14th, and the money was due by the stage to arrive the same even ing of this conversation, Saturday, June 15th. Mr. O'Meara immediately went to Wells, Far go & Co.'s office, and inquired of the Agent, Mr. Smith, if the World office was indebted to that Express office. Mr. Smith thereupon gave a statement, which showed that on Thurs day evening, June 13th, he, Mr. Smith, had re ceived from Mr. Atlee the full amount due the World office for that gentleman's advertise ment ; that he had at that time also squared the accounts of the World office and Wells, Fargo & Co. to date, and paid to Mr. Turner a balance of $10 coin at that complete settle ment. On presenting these facts at once to Mr Bowman, he informed Mr. O'Meara that, on the Thursday evening before, and subse quent to the arrival of the stage from Boise City, Mr. Turner had informed him that Mr. Atlee's account was unpaid, and that he had asked for his " full bill." Having discovered Mr. A. P. Turner in a deliberate lie in this transaction, or rather in an involution of lies, and for his manifest dishonesty, 1. H. Bowman & Co. concluded to dismiss him from their employ. The following week Mr. O'Meara visited Boise City. He there ascertained, from Mr. Harry Ellsworth, of the Overland House, that the bill due by Griffin & Co., for advertising that hotel, and for subscription for one year, to the World, had been paid to Mr. Turner. Yet Mr. Turner's book showed no such credit, and he had given Mr. O'Meara to understand, before he went to Boise City, that the Overland Hotel was still indebted to the World office. The ledger kept solely by Mr. Turner, and which he always retained in his own house, is now iu our possession. It exhibits manifold and transparent evidences, not only of his in competency as a book-keeper, but of absolute fraud. For instance, since June 15th he has interlined the personal account of Mr. Bowman with chargee of cash assumed to have been paid to him by Turner, during the months of January, February and March, amounting to a material sum; he has duplicated, in Mr Bow --------------, . 1 , ' ... man's personal account, cash sums which ap peared in the personal account of Mr. O'M,, a-. ra ; and he has interlined the accounts of the - Ä , \ World establishment, and of the employees, to aggregate a large amount—palpably to meet a heavy deficit in his own cash account. He has given no satisfactory account of moneys handed to him by Mr. Bowman at certain times, to pay both personal and company debts; he has collected and receipted for moneys for the office, of which no accounts or credits ap pear on the books kept by himself; and he has grossly and in many instances misrepresented the condition of the business affairs of the es tablishment to the firm. , We dislike to put so much of this really per sonal business matter before our readers, but justice to ourselves, under the circumstances, requires it. We shall ask indulgence for a few words more, bo as to give one of many similar instances which are found in the World office ledger, kept exclusively by Mr. A. P. Turner. His book shows that a certain mercantile firm owed the World office $15, and that this was settled by Turuer by an account of O'Meara's of a like sum. The merchant's receipt shows that Mr. A. P. Tureerjfcresented a bill for $42; that a settlement w "ade, in which his own account of $15 for articles purchased iu the s tore, and another store bill, were allowed, and that a small cash balance was paid to A. P. Turner. ' Again, he has carried the paper for this city and adjoining camps, and professed to collect the accounts for subscription, since Oct. 1st of last year. Out of nearly $2,800 due, from this source alone, he returns a total cash receipt of less than $400. In his card above Mr. Turner claims to own one-third of the establishment. We are wil ling to admit that if he had been permitted to manage the business affairs and keep the books of the concern, for a few months longer, in the way he has managed and kept them, he would not only have made it appear that he owned the whole concern, but also that the real own ers were heavily in his debt. The material in the present World office was bought by Mr. O'Meara alone, for himself and Mr. I. H. Bow man, and for no one else. Mr. Turner is the agent of Mr. H. C. Street; he knows that Mr. Street sold five-twelfths of the office—the share represented by Mr. O'Meara; and he also knows that Mr. I. H. Bowman's share in the old es tablishment was equal to that sold by Mr. H. C. Street. He also knows that Mr. Street nev er had a dime's worth in the type, presses and material which Mr. O'Meara purchased from Mr. Thos. Foye, in Dec. 1866. Nor had any other member of the old firm of I. H. Bow man & Co., as it was constituted prior to Oct. 1st, 1866, an interest in that purchase, except Mr. I. H. Bowman. Mr. Turuer has never given to us any other evidence of a claim to one-third of the World than his own word, and that he has, to our heavy cost, too often proven utterly worthless. We should like to know when and by what process he became the owner of "one undivided third." In April last he stated to a gentleman, in confidential con versation, that Mr. I. H. Bowman owned five twelfths of the World establishment. We have above shown that, as the agent of Mr. Street, he was aware of the fact that that gen tleman had sold other five-twelfths, and, until he can show that there are fifteen-twelfths in the World establishment, he but convicts himself of both fraud and falsehood in claim ing to own "one undivided third." The ledger kept by Mr. Turner is in our pos session. Several prominent business gentle men of this city, to whom we have shown it, declare that never have they seen accounts 60 wretchedly kept, or which bore stronger proofs of deliberate fraud. There is not one account properly stated in the hook. Mr. Turner has raised this issue with us. We now offer to show his own ledger to any person who cares to call and see it, and we challenge any friend of Mr Turner's to exam ine it and then say, in candor, that he (Turner) is an honest or a correct business man. This very ledger is full of damning proofs against him. We rest here for the present. I. H. BOWMAN & Co. Grand Jury Venire.— Through the kindness of Sheriff Crutcher, we are furnished with the following list of persons out of which the Grand Jury for the ensuing July term of the District Court is to be drawn, viz: C. S. Kingsley, John Danskin, Joseph Burkett, S. B. Morrison, Wm. B. Noble, George H. Coe, 8. W. Dickenson, J. Borner, A. Charson, E. P. Kennedy, R. C. Combs, Ira Worden, C. G. Blake, E. Pinkham, John W. Davis, John L. Graves, Dry den McClintock, Louis Redon, Sidney Harrington, Matt. Zapp, Wm. Arts, T. C. Poujade, D. Alderson. C. Walk er, H. L. Andrews, John Madden, M. Lazarus, Sam'l Wulff, N. Batten, John Eisler, J. P. Lambing, O. Wa terman, Sam'l Kelly, Fred. Bach, A. J. Bunner, James B. Duke, H. Cartwright, J. C. Van Pelt, J. W. Davison. _ The Emperor of Brazil, a poet and scholar himself, has erected a tombstone over the grave of a poet who died of starvation. Right royal, that. The poor poet vainly asked for bread while living. A stone is given him after death. The world would not have known it if the Emperor had given him sup port in life ; it will know that he paid for the tombstone. _ Indians. —Passengers from Omaha, says the Montana Post of June 22d, report that the Indian depredations have had a blighting effect on emigration, and there is scarcely a train upon the plains. The Generals in command of the Indian expeditions are being weighed in the balance and are evidently found wanting. Gerritt Smith and Horace Greeley. These two notorious men are now coupled to gether iu most abusive articles, and, strange | 0 8a y,^ Radical newspapers. They were both present in Richmond at the hearing and \ iJaooü /»f TpR^rsAn Davis, ami both made release of Jefferson Davis, and both made speeches in that city to a mixed assemblage of blacks and whites. To their honor be it said, their addresses were vastly different from the inflammatory harangues of the political moun tebanks Wilson and Kelley. Gerritt Smith did not hesitate to admit that the North was partly to blame for the rebellion. He said boldly that the North had been equally guilty with the South in establishing and maintaining the ex istence of slavery, and added : " We of the North reaped far more gain from it than you did—you but held the cow—we milked it." He took ths 4 »osition that when the strife had ad vanced to a great civil war, with a de facto government carrying on war as an independ ent power, the people of the States in revolt were no longer traitors. He declared that he was "averse to having his countrymen (South erners) go down to posterity branded as trait ors." He wanted to lift them up from their supposed degradation, because he regarded "the North as under a common responsibility with the South for the late war." He de nounced the proposition of Thad. Stevens for confiscating the property of. the Southern peo ple, and said Congress ought to relieve the South from direct Federal taxes for some years, in order that they might re-establish in dustry and recover that prosperity upon which depended so much of the future material pow er of the nation .—Philadelphia Aye. The following letter tells its own story : Gold Hill, July 4,1867. Editor World: The new diggings ten miles from here have proved to be of small ex tent. There are a few claims which will pay very well. The ground is all located ; there fore it is no use for others to go. The miners here had a very pleasant time to-day. Mr. Boyles, who keeps the boarding house, gave them an excellent dinner, as a Fourth of July treat. The miners are all in good spirits, and the camp lively. A MINER. From Montana. —By the Virginia Post of June 22d we get the following items : J. Smith's pack traiu of forty animals, from Wallula, arrived at Helena in thirty six days. Freight was coming in from Fort Benton. Several steamers had arrived there from St. Louis, in from sixty to seventy-six days, with heavy freights and a fair number of passen gers. Few passengers go down the river. Grasshoppers threaten to greatly injure the very abundant crops of this season in the farming districts. A great deal of rain has fallen this season. Montana is getting like Webfoot. Movements by Volunteers against hostile Indians are going on under charge of Gen. T. F. Meagher. LIST OF LETTERS R REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE AT IDAUO City, I. T., on the 1st day of July, 1867, which, if not called for in Thirty Days from the date of this licit, will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. Ayer P L Adams C T Ahirn Deuis ---------- Barrett Mrs C Hill J W Queis Michael Howard J J Render Margret Hennessy Pat Reese L L 2 James David H Reynolds Record 2 Grace William 3 Page J C Hadlock Dr J W Falom George Hoffman Wm 2 Pyle J 4 Barlow & Co Been B L Billings Mr Billing James Bright Mrs Elen Buckley Daniel Brackin Thos Kelly Mrs Isabel Rowrrk John P Kennerby O 2 Richardson John Kyger A Kaber A Bummer Michael Kaber John Cavanaugh M Cathcart Martin Call William Cox David Curry Samuel Douglas Joseph Dyer Michael Davis James Dasey Matthew Dehla Carten E Deerer George E>wing John Elliot t J J Enright J T Flaherty John Flenn Jas 2 Floyd G W Fosnot Joseph Gehen Michael Geaf Jacob Gozd W H Sanders Michael Sheely John J Shew Elhanon Smith Lycurgus Smith John A Kearly Samuel v . lUM „ .... Keeuhawgban J ___________— Campbell Michael Kimsey James A Sourer Joseph Cobb Joseph 2 Laugtilin Harry Southerland D Lawrence James Stroue Zachariah 2 Lochead John Terry Wm H Lillie Wm Tilton Anddrew J Lorensen Thomas Thompson Wm McCavanaugh Mr Thomson James McGrill Patrick Vaughn E G McQuellen James Yiquier J McCray John 2 Wells Isaac Morton P Wells George Miller Dean Walter Charles 3 Mitcholl Mr Y. hite John N Mosher Mrs C B 5 White John Northrup Jno W White H B > Nash Thomas Whealler J F O'Couuell Dan Woolley R P Oliver Thomas Young Mrs Jane Otis S F Care of Pelanconi L Lardon Love Phillips Albert A 2 49-Persons calling for the above letters should say " advertised," and give date of list. JAMES A. PINNEY, P. MARRIED : In Boise City, July 3d, by Bev. W'm. Robertf, J. C. N. Mobeland of Portland, Oregon, to Miss Abbie B Kline, of Boise City. IV otic e. S EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE received until Monday, the 12th day of August, 1867, at the office of the County Clerk of Boise coun ty, L T., for 100 Cords of Wood, To be delivered at the court house and county jail as directed, Corded and Measured at place of delivery. The wood to be well seasoned and cut in lengths of four (4) feet, and all delivered on or before the 1st of October. Cash will be paid as soon as the wood is delivered and measured, in the equivalent of Boise dust at $16 per oz. H. F. SATES, Co. Clerk. Idaho city, July 6, 1867.-nl8td. ÜVotice. T HEREBY APPOINT AND NOMI X nate CHAS. J. BERNSTIEL my true and lawful attorney, for me, and in my name, place and stead, by deed or otherwise, in all business transactions in Ida ho City. L. H. BARBER. Idaho City, July 1, 1867.-nl7wl. Th.e Next Express FOR LEM HZ, Leaves on MONDAY NEXT, July Sth, ATT 7 O'CLOCK, A. M. Letters and packages must be in the office, passage secured, &c., by 8 o'clock previous evening. Apply to Messrs. Blake k Yale, or to n!3tf. C. L. GOODRICH, Agent. Lodging 1 House. rriHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE PUR I chased the Lodging House, Beds and Bedding, lately owned by Mr. L. H. Barber, of the City Hotel, and are now prepared to accommodate persons with lodging by The Month, Week, or Single Night, At the house on Wall street, at reasonable rates. Ap plication to be made on the premises, or at the Res taurant on Main street, next door to Chipman's drug store. REDON & CO. Idaho cijy, July 3, 1867.-nl7tf. WOOD &. CO.'S NOTICE. W E HAVE SOLD OUT OUR STOCK of Groceries, and are rapidly disposing of our small stock of clothing, at cost, for cash. As our Ben. F. Wood desires to leave the Territory for the East as early as possible, and must have money be fore he leaves, we respectfully request all who are in debted to us by note, account, or otherwise, to call and settle as early as possible. We cannot wait much longer, and those who owe us need not expect to be asked too frequently for the money. J. W. WOOD & CO. Idaho city, June 6, 1857.-n9tf. BATHS Warm Springs. T h e proprietor of this popular resort would announce (after tendering thanks ______ for past favors) to his liberal patrons mat he has 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 jA. 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. jjQpNo exclusive use of the Pond can be had after 11 o'clock, a. at., unless by special agreement. ROBERT TURNER, Prop'r. Warm Springs, June 26, 1867.-nl5tf. N ASSORTMENT OF FINE CIGARS AND TOBAC _ co for sale by ANDREWS & CO. 100,000 LBS. STANDARD, WALLA WALLA and Grand Ronde Floor, low for cash At ANDREWS & CO.'s, Wall street SCHWAHEB A KREISS CABINET MAKERS, FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS' Idaho City, I. T., Keep Constantly on Hand. Sofas, Bedsteads, /CHAIRS, TABLES, BED-. \_J room Sets, Mirrors, Spring Matress es, and Matresses of every description. Furniture and Matresses made to order and Repair ing done in a superior style. Varnish, Paints, Oils, Turpentine, Glass, Brushes, Etc. piscfUantous. r ALSO, BILLIARD MATERIALS, ____CONSISTING OF.... Cloth for Billiard Tables, Billiard Balls, Cues, Leather, Chalk, Counter Checks, and Phelan's NEW PATTERN WHALEBONE CUSHIONS tST Pigeon-hole Tables made to order, 'LSI Billiard Balls, Sc., Turned to Order. ...... ALSO, ...... Undertaker's Materials, Of every description. Coffins, Coffin Handles, Screws, Plates, Fringes, Velvet, Satin, Merino and Swiss Linings. After the first of August we shall be supplied with a HEARSE. PLUMES, and BURIAL CASKETS of the latest styies. June 22, 1867.-nl4tf. ANDREWS & CO., .THE ONLY. EXCLUSIVELY JOBBING HOUSE IN THE BASIN, (At Wood & Co.'s old Stand) WALL §L, ( Ntxt i0 Masonic HaU) IDAHO CITY, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, Provisions and Mining Tools. W E HAVE NOW ON HANDj and to arrive within the next twenty days, the largest and best selected stock of Assorted Groceries Ever brought to this market. As we confine our selves to An Exclusively Wholesale Business, We are confident we can offer Superior Inducements to Merchants wishing to purchase goods in this market. Dealers from neighboring camps are particularly Requested to examine our stock before making their purchases. Idaho city, June 8, 1867. nlOtf. NEW store: MILLINERY ......AND...... Fancy Goods! Wall Street, bet. Main and Montgomery. H aving received large additions to my stock, since the fire, direct from San Fran cisco, all of which are of Til© Latest Stylos, I invite the attention of The Ladies of Idaho City and Adjacent Camps to an inspection; and being PRACTICALLY CONVERSANT WITH THE BUSINESS, Flatter myself that I can Please the Most Fastidious. Mrs. IS. J. BUTLER. Idaho city, -June 19th, 1867.-nl3tf.__ SELLING OFF _A.t Cost ! WUNSCH cfc CO. M. Will sell off their entire STOCK OF CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, Furnishing Goods, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc., At their store, Opposite the old Post Office Fire Prc-f Cellar, on Main Street. As we propose to soon take our departure for the States, and are closing out business with that view, WE OFFER BARGAINS. M. WUNSCH & CO. Idaho city, June 19, 1867.-nltf.______ To the I > iil>lic. Y OU ARB RESPECTFULLY IN formed that one side of my establishment is en tirely devoted to GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes and Clothing. I have on hand, just arrived, a splendid assortmer of Misses' and Children's Boots, Shoes, Lace Gaiters. Balmorals. Con - » gress Gaiters, Injuni's Shoes, and BOY'S BOOTS, ALL SIZES, All of which will be sold low at the Eagle Bakery, Wall street. THOMAS BARRY. Idaho city, June 26th, 1867.-nl5m3. Closing Out. S B. MORRISON, DOING BUST • ness opposite Fisher's Hotel, on Buena Vista Bar, gives notice to all persons knowing themselves indebted to him to come forward immediately and pay up. June 22, 1867.-nl4m2. W anted.. BOISE COUNTY WARRANTS, ISSUED IN IS05. Highest Bates will be Paid In Cash., By ANDREWS & CO., Idaho City, June 15, 1867.-nl2tf. Wall Street. Notice, A ny person having an mw settled account against the undersigned will jj lease to present the same, for settlement, to my au thorized Attorney and Agent in Idaho City, Mr. C. J Bernstiel. L. H. BARBER. Idaho city, July 3, 18G7.-nl7wl. ___ A Bublic Notice. LL PERSONS HAVING BUS! ness with C. Clark, merchant of this city, - - - '-el please to call upon the undersigned, at the store Hafendorfer Bros. C. E. WEED. Idaho city, July 3,1867.-nl7w3.