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SATURDAY MORNING, : JULY 13,1867. NOTICE TO PATRONS. We have contracted with Mr. D. Mcôbew to deliver the Semi-Weekly Idaho W«bld to all of our gubscrib «rs who wish the paper left at their Tesidfences 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 an with s, in advance. L H. BOWMAN & Co, Idaho City, June 29,1867. PUBLIC NOTICE. A. P. Tukkeb is no longer authorized to act as bu sen ess agent, or collector, or carrier for the Wobld establishment, and all persons are -cautioned against paying him any money, settling any account with or fr listing him on account of the Wobld office. 1 H. BOWMAN & Ca > Idaho City, July L, 1887. Chinese Strike. —The Coolies employed on the California Centrai Pacific Railroad lately struck for $40 per month and for the eight hours' labor system. The threat to fill their plaees with freedraefi from the South caused the John's to resume labor at the old rate of wages. It is said 4,000 freedmen have been sent for. Eating Dirt. —Before the Radical Conven tion of California made nominations, thirty six Radical papers in that State clamored for the nomination of Gen. Bidwell, for Governor, and stoutly asserted that the nomination of Gorham would disgrace and defeat their party. Thir ty-one of these same papers are now laudiug Gorham to the skies, and try to make the pe<£ pie believe he is the best man in the State Pretty rough dirt-eating, that, we think. - - No Eastern News. —The last telegram re ceived from just beyond Sait Lake City, July 3d, told no more than that the lines thence east were down, and that the Indians near by were making arrow points from the wire. Of course, agreeably to Gen. Buford and other Indian sympathisers sent to keep the whites from hurting the savages, the white men on the pjains'and frontiers are to blame for all this. The stage of last evening brought no late news from any quarter. In Hard Luck. —The lucky winner of 20,- 000 acres of land in Pike county, Ky., in a late Lottery scheme, offered to take $20,000 in le- gal tenders in place of the land from the lot- tery owners. They declined. He dropped the price to $15,000 ; $10,000—no ; $5,000- no; $1,000—no! $800— no, sir. Finally, they agreed to give him $500. He would " see the d—d land sink, first"—and still owns it. It is ■20,000 acres of clear rock and worthless sand fiats. fiats. - The Route to Lemhi.— Mr. J. A. Luckett has given to us a sketch of the route he trav elled in going to and returning from Leesburg, It being the same as commonly travelled by parties to and from there, and is certainly one of the most circuitous routes we ever knew of. From Idaho City to Boise City, there is ordin ary directness, but from the latter place all the way to Salmon City, or Logtown, on Salmon river, sixteen miles this side of Leesburg, the route describes about three-fourths of a circle. This sketch of Mr. Luckett's, contrasted with the map he drew for us, some months ago, of the short, direct route from this city to Lees burg, illustrates how people go the longest way round in a journey, in preference to the short est. On the circuitous route to Leesburg, for instance, a distance of over 350 miles is trav elled, which takes from seven to nine days of rapid riding, whilst over the direct route from Idaho City the distance does not exceed 150 miles, which can be readily travelled in from two and a half to four days. Persons who have travelled the two routes pronounce the sketches of them by Mr. Luckett to be gener ally faithful, abd agree that in the summer sea son, when the high waters do not interrupt travel, the direet route from this Basin is by far the best one to Lemhi. Ancient.— Last week Mr. P. F. Kane pre sented to us a copy of the Ulster County Ga zette, published at Kingston, Ulster County, New York, by Samuel Freer & Son, of the is sue of Saturday, January 4, 1800, and No. 88 ofVol. II. of the paper. One whole side is in very deep mourning for the death of the im mortal Washington. It Contains the official proceedings in Congress upon the intelligence received, from hallowed Mount Vernon, of the death of that illustrious warrior, statesman and sage ; it gives the " Latest Foreign intelli gence, received from the British Packet Prin cess Charlotte, from Falmouth," to Oct. 14th, of Suwarrow's campaign in the " Switz and Orison country," of " Buonaparte's and Ber thier's arrival at Frejus, in France, from Egypt, accompanied by Generals Lannes, Mor mons, Murat, Audieoffi, and citizens Mods and Bertholot, having left the army of Egypt in a most satisfactory state." Also, the " Evacua tion of Holland by the whole Russian army." And the advertisements are quaint and char acteristic of that age. Among the " Sales at Auction," is advertised, "a sound, hearty, good-tempered Negro wench, who cooks well, and is obedient to all commands." Abolition had not infected the land with its virulent and destroying venom in those virtuous and good old days THE OVERLAND MAIL. We are aware how useless it is for newspa pers to call the attention of the powers that be at Washington to any negligence or bad conduct on the part of mail contractors. With adamantine stoicism, the Department rejects all complaints which do not éome supported with all the tediousness and formalities of dig nified and red tape circumlocution, and turns aside with ineffable disdain from any charges which appear through the medium of newspa pers. In its own mole-like superabundant wis. dom, the Department seems to assume that a whole community, at a distance of three thou sand miles from Washington, cannot and nev er does know near so well what concerns the coming and going, of delays, or miscarriages, or accidents, which occur in the transmission of the mails, in their own immediate neighbor hood, as that omniscient, heavy body—the De partment itself. As we appreciate this for midable obstruction to any correction of abuses practised by mail contractors, we feel that it is almost vain to hope for any redress or relief to the people at the bands of the Washington magnates. And yet the sufferings and losses endured by the people.of Idaho, by the crimi nal negligence and reckless violation of duty of the Overland Mail contractors, call loudly for remedy and redress. For the past four or five months this portion of the country has been almost totally deprived of mail communication with the vast country east of the Rocky Mountains. True, all the time, the very rich, very influential, and very independent Company which has the mail con tract, has brought across the continent a very few mailed letters, still fewer papers, almost no magazines, but quite a number of lumber some "Pub. Docs ," which nobody cares for. But all this amount of mail, wonderfully small as it was in proportion to the mail left on the roadside or destroyed by carriers along the line, came irregularly and usually in damaged condition. These irregularities and losses might be attributed to the uncommonly bad condition of the roads, to the interruptions and ravages of the hostile Indians on the Plains, or to other circumstances beyond the control of the contractors, were it not for some other facts which are inseparably connected with them. For instance, during this whole time the Company's stages came through quite reg ularly, and brought along passengers and Ex press matter. This fact, of itself, ought to be sufficient to warrant the Postmaster General in withholding from the contractors every dol lar of contract money covering the whole time in which it can be proven they held back mail and took forward either passengers or Express matter, in also inflicting upon them a penalty for the grievous violation of their contract bond, and, further, in immediately declaring their contract to be forfeited. As mail carriers, Wells, Fargo & Co. ought to be bound by precisely the same rigid arti des which the Department exacts from other mail contractors. They are required to carry the mail, let what may be left behind. If mail and passengers, and express matter are await ing transmission, the contractor is bound first to take the mail, and neither passenger nor ex press is to have preference over the mail. If passengers, or express, or both come through, and any mail is left behind, the contractors should be mulcted for violation of their con tract. The Government does not pay Wells, Fargo & Co. to carry passengers across the continent ; it does not pay that wealthy and powerful Company to carry their own express overland. It pays them singly and solely for carrying the mail, in preference to everything else. Government does not impose the con tract upon them ; the Company sought it, and obtained it by binding themselves to faithfully perforin the service for the stipulated great sum. Our people have been as good as cut off from intercourse with the other side of the continent for about five months, because of the failure of that Company to carry through the overland mail. Passengers who have come through, during each week, in all this time, unite in saying that vast piles of abandoned mails were seen along the route. Not one of them all ever saw an Express box or package left over at any station, much less at wild, lone ly, desolate spots on the Plains, or at the cross ings of streams, where a single freshet would be very likely to wash the deposit away to de struction, as they have seen the U. S. mails left, at the mercy of the elements, or subject to the caprice or disposition of every wayfarer. And to aggravate this shameful wrong, word now reaches us, by the Salt Lake Vedette of July 6th, that " about one hundred tons of mail matter" which had accumulated at North Platte crossing, and was piled up there by the Com pany's employees, has been lately swept down that river by a heavy freshet! After this crushing accusation shall be brought to the no tice of the Department of Washington, if no measures be taken to redress the injuries this people have sustained at the hands of this cul pably careless mail contracting great Express Company, then we may as well give up all hope for remedy, or a correction of the evils, or any indemnity agaiust future losses by the same abuses, until a change of administration occurs. It will be idle for the people to try to prevail with the authorities, their own public servants, in competition with a single wealthy and powerful corporation. Khamel Bey, the Turkish Secretary of Legation at Paris, won, it is said, 7,000,000 francs lately by one night's gambling. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES. This is the day recommended by the Democratic County Committee on which to hold Primary Meet ings in each precinct, for the nomination of can didates for Justices of the Peace and Constables, and also for the selection of Delegates to attend the Dem ocratic County Convention called to meet at the Court House in this city, on Saturday, July 27th, to nomin ate two candidates for County Commissioners and candidate for Coroner, to be voted for at the County and Precinct election on Monday, August 12th, ensu ing. The apportionment cf Delegates to each Pre cinct for the County Convention will be found under the head of the first column of the third page of this paper, and the number of Justices and Constables to be elected for the respective Precincts is given in the ■" Notice of Election," to be found near the bottom of the last column of the fourth page. It will be seen that Idaho City is entitled, to twenty-two Delegates, and there are one Justice and two Constables to be elected. The Primary Meeting to-day will be called upon to select this number of Delegates and nominate candidates for Justice and Constables. At the sug gestion of several Democrats, we publish that the Primary Meeting for this city will be held at the Court House at 2 o'clock this afternoon. We hope to see every Democrat in Idaho City present at the meeting. Let us be careful to select the best men for the places to be filled in every instance. Do this, and success cannot fail our party. Didn't Freeze. —A private letter written at Leesburg, July 1st, was received here on Wednesday evening, by Adams, Goodrich &, Co.'s Express, from A. R. Martin, a miner who left this city last February for Lemhi, and who was reported to have perished in the terrible snow storms of March, while on the road. Mr. Martin says he " didn't freeze to death," last March, nor at any other time, and begs us to state that fact. As we published the report of his death in common with other Idaho papers, we will this time condescend to accept Mar tin's apology, but he must understand that the next time we kill him off—whether by freezing or otherwise—he will have to stand the press. This thing of men reported to he dead, " resur reciing" on newspapers, has got to be stopped. j^pur ildupttispmvuts, For Sale. D welling house, furniture and fire-proof cellar, situated at the foot of Wall street, and the nicest place in town for a private resi idence. For information apply to Idaho city, July 13, '67n20tf. THOS. WETHERED. Bi,- Pioneer Gold and Silver Mining Company, Idaho Territory. Location of Works, Gran ite Creek, nearPlacerville, Idaho Territory.—Notice There are delinquent upon the following described Stock on account of Assessment No. 1, levied on the 18th day of April, A D. 1867, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective share holders, as follows : Names. T. B. Hart..... do ..... No. Cert. .....7..... No. Shares. j .....Kb......... ......10.......... ...... 10.......... do ..... .....8..... .....10.......... do ..... .....10......,7.. do ..... ...21..... ..... 1.......... do ..... .....22..... ..... 1.......... .....20..... ..... 1.......... .....24..... ..... 1.......... do ..... ....25..... ..... 1.......... A. Hinman____ ....36..... ..... 15.......... H. W. Corbett.. .....37..... .....40.......... do ....38..... .....40.......... do ....39...... ..... 40.......... do ....40..... .....40.......... do ....48...... ..... 37 >£........ do ....49...... ..... 12)» ........ $30 , 30 , 30 30 30 30 3 3 3 3 3 45 120 120 120 120 L. H. Wakefield... ..44....... .... 8.... ..... 24 George E. Graves. .42....... ... 10..... ..... 30 George L. Curry.. .45....... ... 7..... .....21 W. M. Lent....... ..50....... .... 10.... .....30 do ....... .... 25..... .....75 do ....not issued____ ... 500.... ....1500 A. Galloway....not issued____ ....100.... .....300 And in accordance with the law and an Order of the Board of Trustees, made on the 18th day of April, A. D. 1867, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, by John Middleton & Son, at No. 401 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California, on Monday, the Fifth Day of August, A. D. 1867, at the hour of 12 o'clock M. of that day, to pay said delinquent assess ment thereon together with costs of advertising and expens 3s of sale. DAVID T. BAGLEY, Secretary, Office No. 712 Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cal., and after July 1st at south-west corner of Sansome and California streets. [n20.74 off of of Sansome and California streets. [n20.74 B Constable's Sale. Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION issued out of the court of Edward Donaho, Justice of the Peace in and for Boise county, upon judgment rendered in said court, wherein I. P. Lam bing & i :o. are plaintiffs and Doc. Bryant, 8. Bigger-" staff, Baldwin Scills, Fred. Dexter and John B. Dexter are defendants, for the sum of ninety dollars twenty-five cents judgment, and twenty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents costs of suit, duly tested the 8th day of July, a. d. 1867, I have seized and taken in execution the following described property, to-wit: All the right, title, claim and interest of said defend ants of, in and to those certain placer mining claims, situate in Lynch's Gulch, Boise county, I. T., and commencing at Wright's water ditch and running down said Gulch a distance of 1,000 feet; also, five bar claims running on the south-east side of said gulch claims and bounded by Chapman & Co. on south side of said bar claims; also, five hill claims the south-east side of East- Hill, and bounded by said gulch claims at tlie base of said East hill, and run niug up to the summit of the hill. Public notice is hereby given that on the 5th day August, A. D. 1867, at 4 o'clock, p. m., I will sell, the premises, at public auction, for cash, the above described pro) erty, to the highest 'bidder to satisfy said execution and all accruing costs. JOHN WILSON, Constable Dated Idaho city, July 12, l867.-n20w3. SUMMONS. TERRITORY OF IDAHO, I U. S. Rev. Stamp 50c County of Boise. J cancelled. J. Eisler, plaintiff, ) In the District Court, versus | For the Territory of Idaho, Henry Brown, def't. ) Second Judicial District. To HENRY BROWN,Defendant: N THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE of the United States in the Territory of Idaho: You are hereby notified that there is now on file the office of the clerk of the District court of the 2d Judicial District of said Territory, in Idaho City, county of Boise, the complaint of J. Eisler, plaintiff, demanding judgment against you for the sum of nine hundred aud sixty-seven and 50-100 dollars—amount due upon account for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered—and for costs of suit, and that unless yon appear and answer to said complaint with in ten days after the service hereof, if served within Boise county, and within twenty days if served out of said county, but within said Judicial District; and within forty days if served out of said District, (ex clusive of the day of service) judgment will be taken against you by default for the sum of $967 50 and costs of suit ' In testimony whereof I, W. B. Smith, clerk of said ® District court, have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court, at Idaho City, this 2d day of July, A, D. 1867. W. B. SMITH, July 13, *67-n20w4 Clerk of District court. i a Resolutions by tbe Bar of Idaho City Whebeas, By a dispensation of Divine Providence we are called upon to mourn the sudden demise our friend and brother, O. C. Hall, at the time his decease a distinguished member of this Bar It is, therefore Resolved , That in the death of O. C. Hall we have lost a friend and brother, endeared to us by his man liness of character, and his entire freedom from nar row and sordid views. Resolved, That as a lawyer, the deceased was emi nent for his clear and logical perception and exten sive research, to whiéh he added a nice sense of pro fessional honor, and a genuine love of his profession in its higher walks. Resolved, That we deeply deplore his loss, and shall long cherish his memory as that of a friend, to whom we were bound by ties of affectionate respect. Resolved, That the District Court be requested to have a copy of these resolutions spread upon its re cords, and that a copy be forwarded to the bereaved widow and other members of the family of the de ceased, with an assurance of our sincere sympathy in their great bereavement. SAM'L A. MERRITT, ) GEO. I. GILBERT, \ Committee* R. E. FOOTE. J BORIS : In Idaho City, on Wednesday, July 10, 186' wife of Geo. O. Mebbitt, a son. t DIED : In Idaho City, July 7, 1867, Blanche Alexander, aged about 32 years. New York, New Orleans and St. Louis papers please copy. A^E House, Lot and Furniture FOR SALE. T he house and lot, house hold and kitchen furniture, property of the late Gen. O. C. Hall, situated at the foot of Wall street, are offered for sale. Parties wishing to purchase will call at the house or on J. W. WOOD. Idaho City, July 10, 1867.-nl9tf. CONCERT HALL Chas. Petersen, Prop'r. T he subscriber has opened a splendid hall, for SINGING, DANCING, dc., and he has fitted up in it a Bar, stored with choice Wines and Liquors, in the basement of Schwamb & Kreiss' new Furniture establishment, southeast cor ner of Wall and Montgomery streets, directly oppo site the Post office. The best of L -A. (Hr E R, ; lw ys kept cool, on tap. A pleasant, cool, and quiet place for rest and refreshment. Chas. Petebsen. Idaho city, July 10, 1867.-nl9tf. Boise Basin Stage Line! NEW ARRANGEMENT P INK HAM'S LINE OF STAGES continue to run daily from Ida ho City to Centerville, Placerville, Pi oneer City, and back, carrying the U. S. Mails and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Ex- xE™ press. The stage for Pioneer City leaves Idaho City every morning at 7 o'clock, and returns the same day, leav ing Pioneer City at 1 o'clock. The stage for Placerville, via Crawford's and Center ville, leaves Idaho City every day at 1 o'clock, P. M., and leaves Placerville on the return trip every morn ing at 7 o'clock. For passage apply at the office to ED. PINKHAM, Proprietor. Idaho city, July 10, 1807.-nl9tf. Idaho city, July 10, 1807.-nl9tf. ÜVotice. 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, I. 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. SAYRS, Co. Clerk. Idaho city, July 6, 1867.-nl8td. 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 5, 1857.-n9tf. Lodging' House. T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE PUR 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 Wight, 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 city, July 3, 1867.-nl7tf. Idaho city, July 3, 1867.-nl7tf. GOING j&A3cAJLNI NOT OVERCOME BY FIRE! Hafendorfer Brothers, West side Main 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 G-eueral MercliaudLise Freshly received, consisting of Groceries, Provisions, Produce, Wines and Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Nails, Glass, Crockery, Cutlery, &c. Goods at wholesale at bar gains. A Large FIRE-PROOF CELLAR full of Goods. Idaho city, June 1,1867. gfe n8tf The Next Express FOR LEMHI, Leaves on MONDA Y NEXT, July 15 th, AT 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 & Yale, or to nl3tf. C. L. GOODRICH, Agent. JALT LAKE SALT, For sale by POWELL & COE. s ASH. OF VARIOUS SIZES, For sale by POWELL & COE IANEL DOORS. For sale by POWELL & COE. S ALT LAKE PEACHES, For sale by POvVKLL & O COE. GrO to J. W. Wood 8c Co's On Wall Street, for BUTTS & SCREWS, AUGERS, CHISELS, Door Bolts, Braces & Bitts, All AT COST, for CASH, m they will sell to close business. nßtf of of SCHWARZS ik HB.ZSZSS, CABINET MAKERS, FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS, Idaho City, I. T., ' Keep Constantly on Hand. Sofas, Bedsteads, HAIRS, 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, Faints, Oils, Turpentine, Glass, Brushes, Etc. ......also....... BILLIARD MATERIALS, ____CONSISTING OF____ Cloth for Billiard Tables, Billiard Balls, Cues, Leather, Chalk, Counter Checks, aud Phelan's NEW PATTERN WHALEBONE CUSHIONS & g=* Pigeon-hole Tables made to order. Billiard Balls, &c., Turned to Order. .. J. .. ALSO,...... p Undertaker's Materials, • Of every description. Coffins, Coffin Handles, Screws, Plates, Fringes, Yelvet, Satin, Merino and Swiss Linings. After the first of August we shall be supplied with a HEARSE, PLUMES, and BURIAL CASKETS of the latest styles. June 22, 1867.-nl4tf. ANDREWS & CO., ......THE ONLY...... EXCLUSIVELY JOBBING HOUSE IN THE BASIN, (At Wood & Co.'s old Stand) WALLST., (Next to Masonic Hall) IDAHO CITY, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, Provisions and Mining Tools. TFI HAVE NOW ON HANDipfj v V and to arrive within the next twenty |^|l 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! m ILLINERY ......AND...... UPSLTXcy 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 Tlie Latest Styles, ' 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. E. J. BUTLER. Idaho city, June 19th, 1867.-nl3tf. SELLING OFF .At Cost ! M. WTTKTSCH: cfe oo. Will sell off their entire STOCE'OF CLOTHING, BOOTS AINU 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 Public. Y O U ARE RESPECTFULLY In formed that one side of my establishment is en tirely devoted to GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes axd Clothing. I have on hand, just arrived, a splendid assortment of Misses' and Children's Boots, Shoes, Lace Gaiters . Balmorals. Con gress Gaiters, Infant's Shoes, and ROY'S ROOTS, 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. 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. 1807.-nl4m2. s. Wanted. BOISE COUNTY WARRANTS, ISSUED IN ISttü. Highest Rates will be Paid In Cash., By ANDREWS & CO.,. Idaho City, June 15, 1867.-nl2tf. Wall Street. Public -Notice. ALL PERSONS HAVING BUSI ness with C. Clark, merchant of this city, will please to call upon the undersigned, at the store of Hafendorfer Bros. C. E. WEED. Idaho city, July 3,1867.-nl7w3. P AINTS AND OILS FOR SALE AT n6tf CHIPMAN'S DRUG STORE. w : INDOWOLASS—ASSORTED SIZES—FOR n6tf Sale at CHIPMAN'S DRUG STORE. O NE HUNDRED KEGS "EXTRA" NO. 1 ISTHMUS Butter foi sale by ANDREWS A CO.