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Oh, wanton wind! warm, kis , khad,
T1y aephym tarmed my Laes's trSri -
Bathed hp aend ha ltnd h, we.
And even fanned those deep eraes.
Where love is seen, warm-coeched, sere,
Asleep betwas two aam lr lk mo
Oh. heedles wind ! to bi*t* binad,
Where couldst thou And more tempting pillows?
The lily bell# wbose athb ai
The tie eibo well, )by you as siig;
The rival rose, wherin repose
Queen Mab, and those unto er clinging;
The viOlP *u# Clthe d
Oh. careless wind! couldlml combind
To p.seae thy aiad as Lara's bosom
Insenmste af . bace,, hetae. "a ur
ThUdre al eryozrblight teatMl -
And yet--ah, stay ere hence you stray
Leave me, I ypr , yor right to nstle;
Give me toh nSher eek,
And w hae ts oan ne'ar draesmet;
For me to lie one moment nigh
Her heart and die, were blii supremet !
License daslles o she Iatermal Ievre
General Provisions.---Licenses are -nt
ed for one year frim the Irstilay of Ms,
or for a portion of a year proportionately,
and no license authorizes doing business
in any place except that mentioned in the
application, except for lawyers, physicians,
surgcons, dentists, cattle brokers, horse
dealers, peddlers and auctioneers. Where
more than one kind of business is carried
on by the same person, separate licenses
are required. Payment of license under
this Act is no exemption from State or Ter
Bankers, (excestingsavings banks wish
out capital stock) if capital is not over
* 0.000, $100. ; and for each additional
Wholesale dealers, whose annual sales
are not $50.000 $50, and for every addi
tional $1.000, $1. Persots whose annual
sales, excluding wines, spirits and malt
liquors, exceed $j25.000 are wholesale deal -
era, nor shall such dealer pay less license
than for his sales for the previous vears ex
cept on some proposal of change in business
which in the judgment of the Assessor will
reduce his annual skies.
Retail dealers $10. Persons selling goods
of domestio manufacture, except wines,
sprit~ or malt liquors, are retail dealers.
Wholesalo dealers in liquors, when an
n'lls sales exceed *30.000, $50; and one
doll-:r for every additional $1.000. Every
person who shall sell more than three gal
lens at one time to the same person, or
whose annual sales, including other mer
chindize exceeds *25.000, is a wholesale
Retail dealers in liquors, $25.
Lttery ticket dealers, $100.
Horse dealers.-Any person whose bus
iness is to buy or sell horses, $10. No
kcep2r of livery stables shall pay extra tax
as a horse dealer.
Livery stable keepers, $10.
Brokers, $50. No banker shall need ad
ditional license as a broker.
Pawnbrokers, if capital is not over
M50.000; $50, and $2 for every additional
Land Warrant Brokers, $25.
Cattle Brokers, (dealers in cattle, hogs,
and sheep) when sales do not exceed $10.
000, $10; and for each additional $1.000
Produe Brokers same as cattle brokers.
Commercial Brokers, $20.
Distillers, $50. If less than 300 barrels
p'r year are distilled, $25.
Brewers, $50. If less than 500 barrels
per year, $25.
Hotels, Inns and Taverns.--Where yearly
rental does not exceed $200. $10; and for
every additional $100, $5.
Eating houses and Confectioners, $10.
Claim, Patent, and Real Estate Agents,
Conveyancers, Patent Right and Insurance
Agents, $10, each.
Auctioneers, when sales do not exceed
$10.000, $10; exceeding $10.000, $20.0O.
Manufacturers, (persons manufacturing
by hand or machinery) goods, etc., exceed
ing $1.000 per year in value, $10.
Peddlers traveling with two horses or
males, $25; wiLh more than two $50;
with one horse or mule $15; on foot $10.
Peddlers of newspapers, Bibles or tracts
Photographers $10, when receipts do not
exoeed $500; exeeeding $500, $15; ex
oeeding $1.000, $25.
Proprietors of theatres, museums and
concert halls; $100.
Bowling Alleys or Billiard Rooms, $10.
for each alley or table.
Proprietors of gift enterprises, $50.
Owners of stallions and jacks, $10.
Lawyers, physicians, surgeons, dentists,
architeets and engineers, $10.
Builders and contractors, $25, if con
tracts exceed 2.500 per year.
Plumbers and gas fitters, $10.
Assayers of gold and silver, $100.
License of $10 required from any busi
ness not hereinbefore enumerated if gross
receipts exceed $1.000 per year.
If gross repeipts of any apothecary, con.
feetione iating house, tobacconist, or re
tail dealer, except for liquors, do not ex
oeed $1.000 per year, no license is required.
The foregoing are the general features of
the law. Particular and special eases,
however, admit of some slight modiications
which spaoe does not permit us to publish,
but which can be easily ascertained by ap
plieation to the Collector or Assessor of In
ternal Revenue or any of their assistants.
" A recen stone.wall," says Hugh M'Mil
lan, fi in any situation is an ehect of in
terest to a thoughtful mind. Thedifferent
shapes of the stones, their vried mineral
bharacter, the diversity of tints, lexures,
and lines whieh oceur in them, are all iug
gestive of ifqiry andTdrelotio. Sealons
mu. thus he found in stones more prota
be,/perlhaps, ia many printed or spofea
ones, which he who rras may read. The
smallesr app u link theimn-qg with
the rsandest phenoimena a nt. seapeU
irppmsi'te warawni wih way it xhxs
5a. atrlkugtheaolit Bat by
a hitrom. « «a· re hae or 'lie in aiBt
stoue-earoutnJsppreea let ta i general
eye-may be reconstrueted seas and eoo
hwat tha psa0e4 away tho mdsrof Ies
ions at l1sade0pe--p eesy to iseh
Itq «eht aslpet of il globe pruseats no
FMruf lbis e2% U re S a the .atestells me
it ti Votesats emtluos, by which the
peth istratue-a be uMddy
I ". "a 7_ 7
precipitate of ocean wats--hr Oe&sand
andi-ated-like o<m- in the breese; that
lamination, of which the dek lines regu
larly alternate with the grey, peaks elo
quently of gentle waves rippling musically
over audy shores; a-d the irregumla proe
taberaces which Isee here and therbv
the stone, are the caste of hollows orcraeks
produced in ancient tide-beaches b shrink
age-similar appearanM beig -ef6te seen
under oar feet, as we walk over the pave
ment of any of our towns. Yonder smooth
and striated surfate is the Ranui wHltg of
the northern Froet-king, transporting me
back in fancy to. thwat won4 -,of ice
when glaciers ihlid bvet *tmoutn-t6t u and
flowed through lowland valleys, where
oorn now grows, and the snow seldom falls.
And if there be a block of itadstone, it
may chance to exhibit not only ripple-marks
of. ancient seas, but foot-prints of unknown
birds and strange tortoses that sought
their food along the water's edge; and
sometimes memorials of former things more
accidental and shadowy than epre these
Ssuch It fosil 3in-dtoptitttle ctr~ilar and
oval hollows, with their caste-supposed to
be impressions prpduced by rain. and hail,.
indicatingby heitrarious appMftane8b the
character of the shower, and the direction
of the wind when it we falling. Every
one has heard of the crazy Greek who went
'bout exhibiting a brick as a specimen of
the building whiqh he wisbed to s.l4) but
in the structure of each geological system
every stone is significant of the whole. Each
fragment,however minute, is a reoordof the
terrestrial changes that occurred when it
was formed; ingrained in every hue and
line is the story of the physical conditieri
under which it was produced. The ten
commandments were not more clearly en
graved on the two tables of stone than the
laws of nature that operated in its forma
tion are impressed upon the smallest peb
ble by the wayside. Its material.e, ruisa
an unmistakable clew to its origin, and its
shape unfolds its subsequent history. God
has impressed the marks of the revolutions
of the earth not merely upon large tracts of
country and enormous strata of rock and
mountain range-difficult of access and in
convenient for study-but even upon the
smallest stone, so that the annals of crea
tion are multiplied by myriads of copies,
and can never be lost."'
The new railway coach on th Old Colo
ny Road is a startling innovation in this
country, and excites much attention on the
road. People flock to the depots to see the
wonder, and appear as much interested as
passengers themselves. It is about the us
ual length, but entirely unlike the ordinary
passenger car, being divided intd separatt
apartments, with side doors to each and
seats extending across the car, like a suc
cession of stage eoaeids arranged on a plat
form. There are five apartments, to ac
commodate eight persons each, and one for
twelve,, with a centre-table, and all the
conveniences of a family jrarlor. In point
of style and superb finish, nothing has been
built in the car line in this country that can
compare with it; the upholstering (which
is of different material and colors for each
apartment) alone cost $5,000. The cost of
the ear was about -$~14,00. -It reflects
much credit on Superintendent J. A.
Holmes, who drafted the plait from the
English Railway carriage, while recently
in Europe, The car is intended for the
new popular New York rotite,.i r:Newport.
- Old Colony (Mass.) Memorial.
Luther used to say that he was once
whipped fourteen times in one forenoon.
The old German schools werefrightful dens
of barbarism. An obituary in one of their
school journals, as late as 1782, contains
'the following singular statement of educa
tional exertions : " Hauberie, assistant
teacher in avillage in Suabia. During the
.51 years 7 months of his official lte; be had
by a moderate computation, inflicted 911,
527 blows with a cane, 124,010 blows with
a rod, 20,989 blows and raps with a ruler,
136,715 blows with the hand, 10,535 blows
over the mouth, 7,905 boxer on the ear,
1,115,800 raps on the head, and 22,783
notabenes (i. e., knocks) with the Bible,
catechism, singing-book, and grammar.
He had 777 times made boys kneel on peas,
and 613 times on a three-cQrneredpiece of
wood; had made 5901 ' wear the jackass,'
and 1707 hold the rod ap ; not to enume
rate various more unusal punishments
which he eontrived on the spur of the mo
ment. He had about three hundred ex
pressions to scold with, of which he had
found two-thirds ready-madain hia pativo
language, and the rest he had invented."
F. R. MERK q BRO.,
HOTEL AND FAMBLY
COOKING AND MATING lTOVES
AnD JAPILIE WAREM*T
WHOLE8ALWZ 'k, RETAIL.
mr. - -rviwis itsa or ago ba~C~'
Jaeresleet utd emrr.N.~ ~ s
I'~. P. 3OWNL II·t ~:k··
Jack sbvk N door to I Qhf '" Now "a
" as i~~ttttt· ;'~
]"'w WPM)~1 rrr
The IW*1Iit~~rikl ~; H~
fýý The Wi II1rik #Wai" IVA 00 *·tZ~
sE,. MBOLLAAf, fup.le.er.
ATLArnIf Anl) PACIC BTAT8.
AT'calsW, A3^A8, A PLACnrI4^ CAL.
Tri-weekly Coaehes betwen
sit Lake City an walls Vwala,
Vua Boi* city, Wert BDameek, a&
Great "aIt Lake Cit and irrginia ity,
Montana, ia-Bnnaack City,
CARtRYIaG TIEN P, . AIL*,
Pauengers, and Erprea latter.
Al" ti-werkIy essahuaesweU S iria Cif
Coaches for Gris Salt Lh. City mAd BSeasek
City, lmra Virginia City riSy
TUEBDAY, T7RE SDAY A SUNDAT MOMlII*,
cnestigatg at Fort eal with toac." to el. IT
Walls Walls, and at Grmi Salt L·Ake City, with the
daily linm to the
ATLANTIC STATRf, 'NVADA A LD CLIO.@INs.
ExprIe matter carried in share of sampteat
sad trustworthy musaers.
For farthb particularn pply at osies.
NAT STEIN, Aeamr.
1-ly Virginia City, Montans Twritory.
ALLE & MIL'LARD,
V'irrina Ocity etamltel TTrste iry.
COIN, SOLD DUST, TRBASTRY "OTIE, and
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.
B. F. ALLEN, JU.r gILARD,
Des Moines, ows. o VirginiaCity, M. T.
I HAVE FOR SALE TWO RANCHES ON THE
Stinking Water; also one good businIs house
in Virginia City, and one oad rsidenci; also one
Rpnac on the Madisan., Ei..te of
STUART & CO.,
Deer Lodge Valley, Montana Ter.
Iry Goods Clothing, atb, Cape
Boot., Shoe, Hardware,
Catry, GrGoewi, Provaiioos,
And all articl. sitable for the eoantry tbde.
Virinia, M. T., Oet.1 ,14Mt. 14
JuN= Coenk. J. A. Q,.s, T. J. aunel.
LIVER·Y; S5Al t- 4 EXCHANGE
Street, "t is~g* Mt City, -e 1.
isi the lie tbst ta ham y '
FIRST CLASS STABLE.
.w RQ nresct, cud solicit the ptnrm. pfr .b
! Mwý md the pabts E
SUPIRIOR SADDLE ifRsig
.r >» ; es$ all o~hm
Comb for few esti caameedrLa whtbe I ast.
lf-1 QOOKR GRAY & 00.
LUNoIi I Ts if
II_ r LLr rr'3t~~ .i·
- - ~ '`~~t)h 'eJA -sw~f *a,
*inneanr so r~
·~;~' x --·.rA._ o pt*.~frrrp
a~zaý1ý -+-:r"r - - ,.. "-;aL:"aeargý
CLAYTONý & HAL1
DRUG E MYOR WJ1
Vhgitda City, Momtaaa Territoy, Cor
ner. of.Wallsws. mad Clay at..,
Oppeite. t#bt n'u Stoui flock.
w. tmk.pI-mifa ideegth dwi. d41...
tapaurrftota, *awte b .pmoe.4 .r for
aiE e.i o the urrC ia t 'bat saw", go* .
Drs Mr S.gybt wet wa lbs Ms.inI Rtiver
rg~e~lft rw Gdi at
PO~tl MEDCINAL OnE a IQIO3
TANC: 600D8OWt 9T~h.N,
~OPAPOTIi ma LN 0K
PUUMKD~fl~L rwu..a xjqou~s
FANCYUCOD mad N@T!*NS. O
-or MIini pmaposes will keep est.st _ bLead_
as imp.l Mapp W.
QUICKSILVER & GOLD SCALES.
Partinlar tkatttio will be given to PhyeciI'
orders and Preeriptiom. pnd naothig will
b 'dipmesed fror tis establish
amt butwhat is S'TRET
The prices of tll gees Al be t res a they
can be bought is the eouatry.
Call sad *a bedre buyiag esewbes.
STOKES and LEVIS
STORA oCOz a c oMhsasIo
OPPrSITE JACKSON HOUSE
We d p~ n twetllfy amuta ot theb pbli.
that we Aj* fst .ped a beg. seet aI G*o
I sad LIQUOLL
All ro - '
tf~l· •l~ •r ;
UJEE~R~PISON J CO.,
COOV9% N*McDuW A C 0o.,
ARM 03 WOLMReILTKW
Ir VA" nLM off O~lL~r
I' WAJT U I
11 To ~~i~*M~IUI3U!MUT~r~ION
maui vasu~1~. w -
13 E14 tlku?
-R C3AR W=llS MA O
t t bw br r
BALL SUPPERS and
G. u embe N.M.
Wsiw Se. 1 e 6v above lSa
VLItir ttp Y. T., $rp. . it,~
JOHN H. MING.
Corma wallace e, Jack..s ., virginia
C~ty, Monta~a T~eorny.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
WHOLESALE &d RETAIL.
BOOTS and ShOES.
tO ! FOR THE YELIO)WSTONE.
DAVIS, HOUSEL & CO.,
HTAVS nMM Mnor coMPaI. AaeoRTM.rt
L .. ~ aseL , Grorie sa Provisions is
Virginia City, for srle. Also; a complete assr
meot of Clothing, an Piece Goods.
More on Wallace street, above tbh 8tone loc.
Oppocite the Cabainc Bhep.
Jack.ea, b.twoeu Wallaeo maw
tah. stertu, Vtoglmta CVt1, lE. T.
YOWL3R a£ E , Psop*sarnme.
T H "ITAR" is mew op.s for the aseemeda
ton of OGase and Bosede a regular Oe.
tarant, and is the only mahiishmeat of the kind
in the city.
FIe r TROUT, GAMZ BHAM AND U0OS,
HOT C01113, OYfTlRS,
in eery styleand thObeut of everything themarket
afords, neatly serv to order, at all bolrs of the
day or night. 01 friends and new on, and per
b ram rnMd, Msesllet the Swar.
eaver Ned ouyty, easmack City, as, the Trs.
tory of Monseoa.
To the Nheriw or any Castable of aid ousty :
Q are hreby commanded to osumon Patrie
J Flora i be shall be found within your cosn
, to appear before the uodergned, one of the
,une.. o. the Pae in and for ad county at my
o .ee nl.id ciu, o.n the bd day of January, A.
D., 1836, at u dlocl in the aftenoon, to .swer
to Janme Mamsdeld plaintif is an action on con
tract for the direct payment of money, for the mm
ý Ninet ( 00) dollars, for which smoaot eaid
paintil will take judgment a.ainst you If you
fail to appear and answer the plantti's complatnt.
Hereof fail not at your peril.
0Gr aunder my band at Bene City, this met
day ot ovember, A. D., 1864.
I. W. WuaTot ,
1-4t Juastice of the Pacse.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TIIE BOARD OF DIMRCTORS'OF THE VIr
I aia City and Summit City Wagon Boad
Compy, will mueett Alle. A Milmrd' Bank on
Walhe* (or Main) stre~ vtriia City, on Satr
day evming of eah week, at T o'clock, P. M.
Pasoms haring besine with the Oompany are re
quesed to eonfer with themaet4heabove time and
pise. By or of the Board.
J. 8. ATCusOM. 8t'y.
JOHN A. NYK & CO.
Wallo* oftwees TwISltft Osr,3lF. T.
XMMM "018 01 AU XmDr
xxxIs TOOU 01 ALL xnmD
MxnIs TOOla 01 ALL K, flx ,
.OVI OF U:EINDs,
sUEET An TOM O n
BHrrT AND TOM IBONs.
AisK gel port f a Gods pretalaia to
S*ew in of bummiu, wkich w ol te the
Public at rMeasnble rnte.
We. are prito rhcfkte aYtiag ia ow
liet at "der, 1i0" .
IJ.Ia 'i Co.
Jamm H. Harper. e. a .re
GEM S A LO ORN.
T'F iri»affy rr f«arr «ry.
b coai«tt 9 aMacJM^ Ii..
ibribkorft y mimM« kdU& As i
ON THE CO'rNEt aF IDAHO 4*)
Iiº RVIT lfll CA L5MS~iAND 81w.W
putdr ra bu.. as.ar r - n rnar
BLrACNED c Biowi MusLIrs
GOL O3IS .9 *vxryi, TRehiipM
GLOVISI, BUTT~ONS, TBIYUflhl G
FLAn3xx, i.. h..
Furnishing Goeds f..r Sats
LADIES' b MISSES'
BOAOS AND S0OE
HARD.WARE without limit.
A . ,khm I i
AM )mUl. a v.so ashhi -*.*t
QO . -Bourbon
1i. i D r flý l' AeL
-ti w ·asr -.E
I', Jg5;q WriW.1i·.·
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