Challis-Yankee Fork Ranger District - Businesses

BONANZA TOWNSITE
BUSINESS AND RESIDENTS


 

W.H. BRODHEAD
Attorney at law
Everything pertaining to mining & specialty
Bonanza City, Idaho

GILBERT BUTLER F.S.A.
Bonanza City, Idaho
Everything pertaining to mining & specialty
Bonanza City, Idaho
Member of the bullion club N.Y. Survey of all kinds promptly and cheaply.

Dr. E. M. Swain,
Practical Dentist
Bonanza City, Idaho
Having located permanently here, I will practice in this and surrounding
towns. All kinds of dental work done in a first class manner and
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Office: is Dodge's Hotel

SAM LEE'S LAUNDRY
Sam Lees, Washing,
Neatly and promptly done, and on reasonable terms
Hot and Cold Baths

GEO. H. PATRICK & BRO.
Blacksmiths and wagon-makers
Bonanza City, Idaho
This firm is prepared to do all work in their line at short notice and in the
best possible style. Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance.

J. W. BOWDEN
BLACKSMITHS SHOP
Main Street Bonanza
Horse shoeing, General jobbing a specialty,
Stock of horseshoes on hand

CELESTRIAL LAUNDRY
Charles Gumbo, Proprietor
This is by far the neatest wash house in the territory
Shirts nicely starched and beautifully polished,

CHARLES WALLER
Log building owner
LOG CABIN SALOON
GOTTLIEF AND LEVY Proprietors
Keep the very best quality of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Drinks and cigars 12 Vz cents


January 8, 1881
CLARK DRUG STORE
NEW DRUG STORE

Dr. Pickman had his office in the drug store.
He worked in Bonanza for a couple of years.
During the first two or three years of the paper, there were several doctors that came and went.

WM A. GILL
Practical
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Bonanza City,
Orders from a distance will receive prompt attention

LODGING House
Geo.Morton, Proprietor
The Lodging house is the second story of the Bonanza Hotel,
Main Street, is in EXCELLENT CONDITION
The rooms are well finished and the Beds
CLEAN AND NEAT

A.N. GARDNER
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Bonanza City, Idaho
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly executed.
Satisfaction guaranteed

CALICO BALL
A Calico Ball will be given at
TAYLOR'S HALL
This evening
A general invitations is extended The best of music has been engaged.
Admission free

Messrs. Potter 85 Cater are raising Clasby & Hogle hall, and will put a square front on it and finish the building up in a manner to correspond with the growth of our city and camp.

Mike Spahm's big brewery, a short distance above town, will soon be under roof.

Ed Butters is having his house next door to the Herald office fitted up.

(Ed Butters home was behind his business on Main Street)

Maj. Hyndman is building a couple or residences on his lot at the corner of Washington and Custer Streets.

The Golden Gate was thrown open the public Thursday.

The new bar at the Dodge Hotel was opened to the public last evening, by H. Dodge 65 co. Roscoe R. Dodge will have charge, and he assures us that he will keep none but standard liquors and the choicest cigars. This is in every respect a first-class hotel bar. Drop in and see the new firm.

We are authorized to announce that there will be a party in the Arcade Dining Hall this (Saturday) evening, dancing to cease at 12 O'clock. A good time is anticipated.

One cabin, located in Bonanza owned by W.W. West and James McDevitt. In a sheriffs sale April 1880, J.C. Fox recovered a judgement against the two of $985.59 damages and cost. It states the cabin and lot are located on the West Side of Main Street going through to Custer a distance of 160 feet deep and 20 feet wide.

NOTARY BUSINESS
May 15- Chas. Franklin to Joseph Boggs and J. C. Shoup quit claim deed to 3 lots in Bonanza and one half-Cockney Boy mine; consideration, $428.75.
May 17- E.G. Dodge to Tom Luck; quit claim deed to part of lot in Bonanza; consideration $30.
May 17-W. Roseman to C. F. Clawson; quit claim deed to block of ground near townsite of Bonanza; consideration $135.
May 8- John White and Louis White to A. J. Pfeiffer; mortgage on lot in Bonanza consideration $236.20
May 18- David Dorsey to Wm. Pratt; deed to lot in Bonanza; consideration $200.
May 28- Ah Kung to H. Lefevre; deed to lot in Bonanza; consideration $70.

H. LEVINSON & CO.
BONANZA CITY, IDAHO

Dealers in
STATIONEY AND NOTICES
And gents
FURNISHING GOODS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
CIGARS & TOBACCO
Trades supplied with Cigars at the lowest Rates

THE HERALD
Mark W. Musgrove, editor
THE YANKEE FORK HERALD
IS THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN THE GREAT YEANKEE
FORK, BAY HORSE, WOOD RIVER, SAWTOOTH, EAST FORK,
YELLOW JACKET AND SALMON RIVER MINING REGIONS.

Frank Geyer has received a lot of handsome coffin trimmings.
" Now is the accepted time; now is the day of salvation: if you desire a first class funeral for after his stock is picked over the most fastidious could not be suited.

LOHMIRE AND WILLIAMS
HOUSE AND SIGN
PAINTERS
PAINTING.CALCIMING and PALIN PAINTING
General Paper hangers
All work done at a moment's notice and on the most
reasonably terms

Bonanza Stage Company.
The public is cordially invited to give the new DODGE HOTEL! Call when visiting Bonanza. Prices as low as at any hotel in the Mountains.
Offices of the Challis and Bonanza Fast Freight Express and Saddle Train Co., adjoining the hotel.

THE GOLDEN GATE BREWERY
Located North of Block, just South of Jordan Creek. John Hepbum,
proprietor

September 4, 1879 there was a saloon and brewery together actually two buildings.

Having recently made large additions to our splendid assortment of well know brands, Liquors, Wines and Cigars, there is also connected with this establishment
BREWERY, AND THE PUBLIC ARE INFORMED THAT OUR BEER IS THE PUREST AND FRESHEST TO BE FOUND IN THE TERRITORY!

Saloon building was 20 x 66 and the brewery was 20x20.

J.F. Davis and Frank Cleveland, carpenters and contractors have been doing some good work on the Herald office, both in side and out, the past week. The Golden Gate brewery and the new Pioneer are
approaching completion and add much to the apperance of the West Side of Main Street.

Johns & Harveson have lease the Arcade Restaurant and fitted up the same Mrs. Johnson personally superintends the culinary department. Which is a guarantee of the very best fare.

The dance hall will be finished this week. Then we will know where to find those who delight to sit near the footlights.

A & J Pfeiffer have let a contract to Carson and Cothrell for putting in new shelving counters, etc., and also for an addition to their now large and handsome store. C & C will make a good job of it.

Mrs. and Mrs. Johnson ran the Bonanza hotel.

FRANK GEYER,
Carpenter and Builder also
Fancy, ornamental and decorative paper hanger.

Having lately received from the East a fine assortment of silver plated coffin trim, mings, velvets, cotton and silk laces and fringes, I am now prepared to do undertaking as cheap as the cheapest: I also want you to know "and don't you forget it,"
That I have no doctor as partner in the UNDERTAKING BUSINESS
Orders left at my headquarters at "Dodge Hotel" will be promptly attended to.

PIONEER TIN SHOP
Frank Ginforff, Proprietor.
My extensive assortment of every thing in this line was specially selected to meet the wants of a mining camp and consists of
Hardware, tin ware, stoves, sheet iron, etc.
Agent for the celebrated Charter Oak Stoves.
All kinds of copper and tin ware manufactured

PIONEER MARKET
Colvin and White Proprietors
We take pleasure in informing the public that we are prepared to furnish
FRESH MEAT
Of every description and of the very best quality, consisting of fat, tender and juicy
BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, ETC.
When you wish a nice Porter House or Tenderloin call at our shop in Bonanza City.

A. & J. PFEIFFER
Bonanza City, Idaho
Keep constantly on hand a large and full assortment of DRY GOODS,
Flannels, Ladies' dress goods, Ladies' and children's shoes, hosiery, corsets, etc.
GROCERIES,
Teas, coffees, sugars, candies, rice lard hams bacon, codfish, mackerel,
salmon bellies, canned fruits, jams jellies, hone and all kinds of spices,
flavoring extracts, etc.
MINERS' SUPLIES,
Hercules powder, fuse, steel, iron, hammers, picks, pick-handles, sledge- handles, etc.
CLOTHING
Hats, caps, boots, shoes, underwear, canvas suites, dress suits, coats, pants,
overcoats, etc.
LIQUORS,
Wines, whiskies, rum, gin, bitters, syrups, and every variety of case liquors.
DRUGS
CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES OF ALL KINDS, ASSAYERS
SUPLIES, ETC.
PAINTS
Oils, varnish, etc. glass, glaziers' points, etc.
CUTLERY,
Knives, forks, spoons, etc, of all kinds
CROCKERY,
Glassware, tin ware, stoves, mattresses, bed springs.
Corn meal graham flour, &c., and everything usually kept by a first-class store.
Also agents for the celebrated
HERCULES POWDER
Our prices defy competition
Call in and examine out stock

Pfeiffer's store was 28 x 80, two stories. The entire bottom was the store. Back half of the upper story a meeting room or hall. Front half of upper story offices for rent.





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