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<r' .Ifcftf f f ' » .< ïi,f , f is i VOL IDAHO CITY, ZF'ZR.IID-A.Y, -A.FFLIILj S, 18 * 73 . into. 9 . |tUlio SîrWMlgJlCortâ Published SUNDAYS, MDNISDAYS AM FRISAYS, BY The Idaho World Printing Company EtiBEUT W. JONES, BUSINESS MANAGER. » ....... (fct il Brék Bsüiu A^jwiiif 1 lai W«D itmt TERMS. :::::: INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. n a tec •f Subscription! n _, y,« .........$S OÜ I Three Mcnth«...$3 00 su Monika....... 3 OO ! Stufte Copies..... *5 By Carrier. $3 per quarter. Rates of AdeertisinRi 0 ns »quire wa Uues or less, one insertion,.. $ 5 00 .. .. •• each subséquent insertion, 3 UO Ou*-ei*btù of i column, per quarter.......... <13 0 Ü .. fourth........ ......... 40 OU •• ilnrd ** " " ** ......... W 00 .. Ulf ........ ........ «0 00 fine column, per quarter..................... 100 OO busiucis cards, 10 Uues or leas, three months, lb 00 Professional (Cards. JONAS W. BROWN, 4 TTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW. AXD a \ Notary Public, Idaho i'lty. I. T. Will practice in a I the t'ourta of the Territory. Dmci ou Com aiercul street, t*o door aboie Court Uouse. GEO. AINHL1K, \ TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. IDAHO C ty. I T. Ofice on Muul^ouiery street, second door »hove the Postoffioe. WX. J. ROTH WELL, H. D , P HYSICIAN. SURGEON. AC., graduate of Jsffer •oa VicJicsl CoUege. Philadelphia Office no op - .'#: «4 ot tiraaite street l r. PlarorvtUe, B<>i#e Co.. i dev A —If $jdfty Ritirrs I DUiO Esrsmpmrat, No. 5. I. C R C.. L >Uv its regular meeting« al *» o<i l>ai?Ur Hall. <>n TTiareday eventtiga of f *-3 week, at 7 o'clock- All member« ia f >d »unite/ »re ujy;:*«! to attend. By < r 1 er of the K. < '••'tu C. L Ji.'.vw. Wy. I Jan .3.U74 -lf it S. C. SILSBY, (tCCCU*)| TO JA*. A. r.'XVKT » CO.) CIRCULATING rjjifm AND VARIED 1 LIBRARY affif STORE. «nwwKiuiw.............. Idaho CITY, holl» Its regular meetings Ai its hall, on *uu: Uy -Y-aingf of each week, ai 7 o'clock A., sea:'»-:* m g v-4 standing are invited to At'cal. By )>r* 1-r f the W C T l ' m " t j . ~ 1 zocts, Mationtru and Motions. ÜKALKR IX S & STATIONERY ...AVD., GENERAL news dealer tobacco and cigabs, CHILDREN'S TOYS, All of which trill be 'B'toLD cheap FOR CASH.S *ilL , raT lln *- n ' >, ray rto-k. ^ I ,rfKnr ^d in the shortest possible * rn ^»ni ftwHlUa« for «0 doing being «peditioua. lJontl l2< faF miners exchange. jü ^ autzbl ro, i. T. * '^ ................Proprietor. Wied wuhiK. ! Home artll always be «tip* ' r J t»«»t of everything in lb« market. ee«a h B000 * ClM " KM * n< * no *>°*tder«or transientcnalomera, de ^r»at|y , f*. * * ,pw '** »pved to make tbe Home r *li If VoVw^f, ?r° n tor •»•rybody . ..... ' It VDU Want W»ei •^i»iforta bl# *' u, * r • •qttnra meal or a good. Glva us a good, lXov?-tf. T 0 u . Wotlce. r ***. j 'wr^ J^ a 8 L *h. D. Weather* iiofy • y?S ^ B Tajrlor sad ail «iwm .h„™ ) *»> -f ,ou. ». hcr.br S^of work^^ï Â ï ,or t M«ea dooa tbe full wi - «a .** CM * n " * ****»*■ $otri* and instaurants. BATHS AND BOARDING. WARM SPRINGS. ATHlF FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR. H aving taken charge of this popular plsce of public resort, I hsve thoroughly reuo rated the establishment sud sin prepared to receive PERMANENT BOAROIRS OR TRANSIENT ROESTS. HOT AMD COLD BATHS ready at ail time#, and everything about the house kept clean and nest. § The LADIES' DEPARTMENT mil be controlled by KM. ooonui, And everything will be done to contribute to the comfort of guests. [decUtf LUNA HOUSE, Cm* iMtfmvr ltd Csamrrui Strait, M. Cl. XiUmBT,... .... Proprietor. H aving again assumed con trol of the above named h<«n#«\ 1 bave refurn uhed the same with new beds and bedding, single or double rooms for guest*. TWW "til ks supplied with the best the markst affords. THE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE LI 7 ÉBY AND FEED STABLE, rfl Fronting on the east ^ ^0 PLAC CRV1LLK, 1. T. 01CBA&2) Propkiktor wmvaaaagw,.........* 1 Side of the I'Isas, S^41-. <Vfli<t.. B.«r tad T~m Hor~. k-p. constantly < n hand and ready for use day an 1 night: k->rawa received for board or to ranch# by the day AT LOWEST RATES. A good hostler always to reattness to wait on rtja tomer«. and every accotunMl.au provided in firsl cIam livery stable*. w Whoever ANTS AN AORKRARLE (K(IPA tlon. requiring only tnieHigen*'#. activity *nd I per«e»erau<e. and which i»ay« hbrraliy in « *s»t row- j K ta« logs or acAt'Ttrrt. otrrs, should not fail to •* nd , to mmekkav k H t or. of Han Eranriaro. for cirrutar and terms to ag-nu for SNIRMAN * HVOUi MUS* ICAL REVIEW, a first-class m <nth y jonrnal of thir ty page*, quarto form. Canvassing for It requires no cahhl, and is paorrraetJL asm ma rmn uiu. Tar it a*d srt. Addreaa oIIEKM aN Ac HYfiK. JanlA-w2, Man Francisco. XHssolntion WoUcc. T he coi'A ktnekship hereto fora eitsting between J. B. Emery and Edward Fulmer ha* this day been dissolved by mutual con sent. All per*<>ns knowing themselves indebted to •aid firm will please call and settle. Both parties are authorized to Mttle the business of tbe late firm. J. B. KM KU Y. Idaho CTtt. Jan. 71. 1KT5. ED. FULMER. The undersigned take« thta method of iuforroing bis friends and lh« publi« generally that he will con tinua business at the old stand. K> FULMER. Notice. T O J. NEALE, THUS. STRIXOIJAM, L. Schwabacher. M. B. Moore. 0. W. Crafts. J. Dovell. and all whom It may concern: Yon, and each of jro«, are hereby notified that we, M. B. Meore and O. W. Crafte. have done tbe foil amount of work required by Uie law of Congress of 1872. and amendments thereto, to wit : Bist jr (60) Dollars worth on tbe Highland qnarti ledge, dlscorery claim, eitnaled ta Boise County. Idaho Territory, and you are hereby required to nay to ua all assessments against yott on ibe same within -ninety days from the date hereof or forfeit all of yonr right, title, interest and claim In, to, ana upon, said Highland qnarU claim, aa provided for by ar* above «perlft«L Idaho Cm, Jaanary IV. 1870. ^M.^B. __J_ C GEO. A PRINCE A 00. 0 RGAI 3 ADD BLOSONS. The Otdest, Urgaat, and Meet ierlket IB the United States. Howls •troua HoVMmXM. i the lame IVfVAXfO, V. T. £twt ^Avertiornent Board of County Commissioners Of Boise oonnty, Idaho Terrifory. will meet in Reg alar Sessiou, at the court house In Idaho City, ou lloadsy, the Sth day of April, 1879. That being the first Monday in said month. All ao> counts or other matters coming before said Board should be filed with the Clerk priof to that time. All accounts sud papers must be legally verified to insure action thereon, and no bill will be preseh ted uuleaaall the fees are paid. Jamrs MontaaTT, Clerk Idaho Cmr.March 14, 1875-td THE SUN. DAILY AND WEEKLY FOR 1870. The spprosch of the Présidentiel election gives unusual imporUnce to (he eveuts end developments of 1875. We shall endeavor to describe them fully, faithfully sud fearlessly. the weekly sun has now attained s circula lieu of over seventy thousand copies. Its readers,! u. found iu «.er? sut« ,u<i T.rmory. »mi iu qu.i* ny is weu known to the public. We shall noi only endeavor to keep it fully up to tbe old standard, but to improve and add to its variety and power THE WEEKLY SUN will continue to be a thor ough newspaper. All tbe news of the day will be found in it, condensed when unimportant, at full length when of moment, and always, we trust, treat ed in a clear, interreling and iustructivo manner. It la our aim to make (he WEEKLY SUN (he best family newspaper in the world. It will be full of entertaining and appropriate reading of every sort. but will print nothing to offend the most scrupu-j loua and delicate taste. It will always Contain tbs m<wt tntrrvailng stories and romance« of the day, carefully selected and legibly printed. I The Agricultural Department 4« * prominent feat ure in the WEEKLY sun. and us article# wiu al - ways be found irrsh sod useful to the farmer j The number ot men independent in politic# ;• In tcreastngf and (he WEEKLY nUN is (heir paper es pectally It belong# to no party, and ohrya no die talion, contending lor principle, and for lb# election of «he be«i uien 1 ( eip«>«e* the corruption (bal dis. graces the country and threatens the overthrow of republican tusntuuona It i aa no fe*r of knaves, • and seeks no favor« from their supporters The tnsrkels of every kind end tbe fashions are i "thr prt«*oMhe WEEKLY SUN le on# dollar a j ear fur a sheet of eight ps 4 .es. snd hdy-slx —l»l tin.a# *a this barely j<ays the etpenses of p^r and printing, we are n«t ahb to make any discount lor allow any premium to friend# who may make ape t ctal sfforta to ettrnd lia ctrcuUtion. t nder «he ! new law. which requires payment of postage in ad ( vance. one dollar a year. »t«h twenty cent# «he cost . of prepaid postage added, is the rate of »ubtcripdoji. 11 »• n «* up • c,ub ,D or d' r b *!* , the W EEKLY SUN at this rale Anyone who sends one dollar and lwe«ty cents will g*. the paper, post paid for a year w# have no traveling agent« urns# Only fl 20 s year. /Vtfup< prrpiuL ,Ve dû "theT,h.'y »rx _A Urt- room«. <,...p.p.r of twenty rtf ht columns Dsily ctrcu'.stlon over 120.000 All the news for 3 rent* Subscription, postage prepaid. M cents s month, or |6.30 a year. To clubs of ten or over, a dt*ccnnt of 20 cent. Address, "THK h»UN. M New York Cltjr. NOTICE. U. S. INTERN U REVENUE SPECIAL TAXES, Stay I, 1878, to April 30, 1876. The Revised Statutes of the United States. Sections 3231 3237, 323*. and 3230. require every person en gaged in any business, afocatton, or employment which renders him liable to a SPECIAL TAX, TO PHOCURR AND PLACK CONSPICU OUSLY IN HIS ESTABLISHMENT OK PLACE OP BUSINESS * STAMP denoting the payment of said SPECIAL TAX for the Special Ta* Year beginning May 1,1873, before commencing or continuing business after April 8 o, 1878. TNt TAXIS IMRRAGIO WITHIN TNi WO VIRIONS OF THE LAW ABOVE QUOTE! ARE THE FOLLOW* INI, VUi Rectifier*,................................ W Dealers, retail liquor........................... <W Dealers, wholesale liquor........... ...... • 100 00 Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale........... 60 00 Dealers In mall Itquore, retail............... 20 00 Dealer« In leaf tobacco...................... 28 00 lie tat I dealers in leaf tobacco............... 600 00 And on sales of over $1,000, fifty cents for every dollar in excess of $ 1 , 01 ) 0 . Dealers 4n manufactured tobacco............ 8 00 Manufacturera of stills...................... 60 oo and for each attU mamtf .ctured.......... 20 00 And for each worm manufactured......... 20 00 Manufacturera of tobacco................... 10 00 Manufacturers t>f cigar«.................* * • 10 00 Paddler« of tobacco, first class, (more than uro höre« or other animals)...... Peddler* of tobacco, second class (two horsea or other animal»)..... ........... Paddler* of tobacco, third class (one boras or other animal).................. paddlwr* of tobacco, fourth class (on foot or publia conv*ya»ce) B< aware of la*» than 60Q barrel», Brewarn of 10 00 60 00 100 oo KO barrai* or moré... ...... A n y mrsdn, *o liable, who *hall fktl to oomply with theforegolng raqnlramenta wtil be eubjeetto »yara panai tlaa. Paraon* or or firm« Ruble to pay any of tha 8paotal Taxa* namad ahova rauat apply to Anatln Savage, OoUaetor of Internal Be venue at Boise » tty, u>d pay lg, 4. W* DOPOLAW, oer ofBntarnal Batauun. that need, prior to fUBTHBB i gWJ OfTWS OF IiVKMaL Rmtvs. 1,1«VS. ao> End of the Pilgrim's Progress [Concluded.] I was eternally casting about me in a woeful sort of a manner for a favor able place to anchor myself in case my hold (ail. That never happened, however, my tenacity was the only feature of the performance in which I excelled. I can't say that I enjoyed myself at any time when the musician soundec the last note and my partner had suc ceeded in propping me up against the wall, where I wes generally left to re inforce myself by meditation. I was just as happy then as I could be un der the circumstances. I remember one night having a set-to with a huge j matrou whose* figure reminded me not T j r t i **** n,uch of the ideal Lady of the Lake, j as of I he genuine Colossus of Rhodes. be of j ng.thiuff but liaiig Oil and wiggle ! " n»Ct*ftllly, blit IDV OCM. A form more bulky or a foot more grand. Ne'er from the sage-brush knock the sand. She kept spinning me around for an interminable length of time until 1 at last became as hopelessly limber and helpless as a half bushel of suckers strung to a willow slick, 1 could do not At last the fiddler gave out, and then this changing revolver, (not of Colt's - 1 patent) hove to and lauded me safely , l J 14 bench U'S'd * l»(*r. As SOOll OS 1 could JVOOVCr IIIV power of Speech 1 * ( 8 .Ik 1 : "dldll t-—<liull t----didn't it m&kc of _ . . \'OU (llZZV, Ml'S --. blcSS J* .. . . , . 0*1 y*»U f Mr- (l tildliKCNl fid* lor that. a I gUCSS »lie meant it—kllUW W#îll I de . . « r -, it|,w #» v , 8 t T\ I'd it) of COllTM it dldfl t. 1 TC i „„.-1.^ »hat I <*,,nl.Ii.'f tindonif Anri hoir rmirKeq ïnaï 1 ro,,,un I UtIGf rMInnu HOW waK »vismbh* for any OI 1 C tO tUm ( • J aro und So o(U*ll and so «' distantly as * » w '* had done without becoming so. _ ^ ! "\V|iy, blcSS VO 111 lib*. M f. whatever ' . * . 1 • t r your name is. 1 nov«*r lllMlk of gi*tting j tir»*d or diZZV. »' lu 11 l _,U t > & ball I to <Iamv, I <!«; »ml n.y motto i«, Ot*, go in, tin s, if you do got smashed. So if you've miy il aihtR about my staying qonl tirR, I'll just bet you a Uitlle of jioji tiiat I r:tn turn around on the Hat surface of a twenty-inch grindstone for a wock to the tune of Shoo-Fly, and ncxer miss a step or get a bit dizzy.'' I declined the wager I presented her with a bottle of her fa vorite beverage, however. I didn't wish to impose on good nature, I'd have lost anyhow, guess she had a sure thing. I know she had if there was room on a twenty-inch grind stone for both her feet. I watched her that night as long as I could keep awake, but I couldn't perceive that the revolv ing process affected her any more than it does the governor of a stationary steam engine. I sincerely pity the man who marries that sort of a woman. I'll bet he'd wish he was an angel pretty often before his first heir is a rwo-year old. I've an idea her passion for turning would cause her to turn-up missing a great many nights when her wretched half would like very much to have her at home. I persevered manfully to the end of the term, bnt I didn,t succeed. The slings and arrows of outrageous fort une were my only Teward, and 1 left in disgrace—and I may add in dis gust. The reason I stood so much abuse and submitted to so many in dignities in such a spirit of Christian meekness, was because I had a notion in m3* head that perhaps some day 1 would marry in this country and I wished to qualify myself for the bless ed transformation. 1 passed that no tion oat at the expiration of the school, and if it should ever he dealt to me again I intend to stand.it pat or pass it out again; no power on earth «hall ever tempt me to make another draw. I remember I felt completely resigned in regard to my matrimonial pros pects. I produced a rhyme at the time which perhaps contained more original goneness than anything of its size ever heard of. It was some thing after the'manner of this: Stnca It moat be my fate—though oft repented. Far from the walks of wedded love to roam. I'll teach my heart to beat contented. And prize the pleasures of a baeh'lors home. But then how wretched, how like shoddy compared to the genuine broad cloth we buy of our Idaho merchants at half price, appear our most cher ished amusements, when we look about us and behold the pure joy, the calm felicity, the blooming wreath of double blessedness that love has set upon the brow of everybody and his wife. What can we, sad single dogs, say in extenuation of our miserable mode of existence? Nothing valid, I think. Let us drop it and console ourselves by applying that trinity oT earthly balm. "Oh, its awful!" there's more genuine consolation, I think, in those three little words than in all the rest of onr mother tongue combined. Its a sort of benevolent antidote in general use for everything unpleasant in life—even the toothache. Sam. says if he was a dentist or an old girl, he would straightway petition the lower house of Congress (its Dem ocratic and of course sympathizes with the oppressed people) for a law prohibiting folks using the expression, le thinks with a protective measure of that sort, their chance of success in this world would be greatly increased. Sam's a way for saying or thinking anything of the kind, and I wouldn't endorse jt if I knew it was a fact. But there is another feature of the case which I think goes far toward making men prefer the roasting of a bachelor's frying pan rather than take chances on being stewed in a domes tic caldron. And that is the firm con viction that if we were to closel ex amine all the matrimonial wreaths worn at the present day, we would find a goodly number of them are held to thoir place by an inner wreath of very, very, wicked thorns; and if we sought still farther I think that we should find mamma's participation in midnight orgies in company with agreeable single gentlemen, while pa pa amuses himself at home with baby, has been very instrumental in placing it there. I sincerely hope I may be mistaken in this, though I houestly believe I am not The Pilgrim. P. S. The copy-right of this last chapter of the Pilgrims progress is secured according to the Declaration of Independence, and will be be queathed as a legacy to the married lady who shall attend the great est number of fandang es tvithout the encumbrance of her husband during the remainder of the present year. T. P. The shameful practice so common vHth Scotch drovers, of "horning" cat tle, that is cutting off the horns about two inches above the roots with a strong pair of shears, has recently beeu investigated in the courts of Scotland Although proved to be a cruul and painful operation, it was at the earn > time made to appear nhat the perpe trators supposed it justifiable to pre vent the anumals goring each other when transported by rail, and the charge of intentional abuse could noi therefore be sustained. It is probable however, that it will soon be, repressed, now that it has beeu brought to pub lic notice.