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\ TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. IDAHO
City. I. T. Office on Montgomery street, second
door above the Postoffice.
JONAS W. BROWN,
A ttorney and counselor at law, and
Notary Public. Idaho City. L T. Will pruettce
in all the Courts of the Territory. Omet on Com
mercial street, two door above Coart House.
WM. J. ROTH WELL, M. D.
P HYSICIAN. SURGEON. AC., graduate of Jeffer
son Medical College. Philadelphia. Office on
upper end of Oranite street, PlaoerviUe, Boise Co.,
I DAHO Encampment, No. 5, I. C.
K. C., bolds its regular meeting« at
tiood Templar Hall, on Thursday eveoiugs
of each week, st ? o'clock. All members
in g tod standing are invited to attend. By
order of the E. Cora.
C. E. Jossa, .Sec'y. [Jan.*5,1874-tf
holds its regular meetings st Its ball, on
SUturday eveoiugs of each week, at 7 o'clock.'
All member» in good standing are Invited to
attend. By order of the W. C. T.
Kubkbt W. Jossa, Sec'y. Jan IS 74-tf
SSoofcs, Stationery and Ration*
S. G. SILSBY,
(srcczssoa to ja* a. ram a co.)
W 5 T OFFICE BC 1 LMJ 6 , ............IDAHO CITY,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
0000 AYD. • «
GENERAL NEWS DEALER
TOBACCO AND OIGABS,
All of which will ha
'SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.**
Iny Book, in my line, not found iu my stock,
rill, on order, be procured In the shortest possibls
time at eastern prices—my facilities for so doing being
ample and expeditious. 1 June 12,1573tf
wax, J. w. Crawford, J. B. Taylor and all
; Kay concern : You, and each of yot
you, are hereby
Taylor, hava dona tha ft»U
ount of work raqnirad by the law of Congres» of
Notified that L J. B.
72, sad amendments thereto, to-wit:
6s* Hoodrsd ($100) DsUmi
on the Gray Bagla
situated In Middlr Bolss Mining
puts. Altana oounty. L T.
" 1 W-"
ou artf hereby re
and you era
saute againal you on
is. and for tha pnbHeetkm of «hte advertisement,
tthrn ninety (30) day« from tha Sate hsraof, or foatett
PI of your right, till* intareetandokiinln. toalldnp•
> l Orayltegte quart« ladg* «« provided «or «pi5a
» above specified. I. $. TAYLOR.
Ui«ste> Citl Fa*, n, SSIB-mR
S*Ws and Instaurant*.
BATHS AND BOARDING.
WARM NHHfc SPRINGS.
FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
H aying taken charge of this popular
place of publio resort, I have thoroughly reno
vated the establishment and am prepared to reoeive
PERMANENT BOARDERS OR TRAMSIERT BOUTS
HOT AND COLD BATHS
ready at ail times, and everything about ths house
kept clean and neat.
The LADIES' DEPARTMENT will be controlled by
And everything will be done to contribute to the
comfort of guests. [decldtf
Cwmt fatgomry ui C— cm! towto.
H aving again assumed con
trol of the above named bouse. I bava refurn
ished the same with new beds and bedding. Single
or double rooms for guests.
TM HI TABTiM
Will be supplied with the beet the market affords.
THE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
For all lines leading out of Idaho City will be found
at this house. (June 22-tf
L1TIBT AND -FEED STABLE,
Fronting on the east
side of the I'lax* Jff
PLACER VILLE, 1. T.
L ORCHARD, .........Proprietor.
Saddle. Carriage. Buggy and Team Horses kept
constantly on band and reedy for qm day and ntgbt;
and borsea received for board or to ranch* by the day
week or month,
AT LOWEST RATES.
A good hostler always ln rmdineee to wait on cus
tomer*. and every sccommatien provided In firat
class livery .table*.
rp 0 J. NEALE. TFI0S. STRI NOHAM,
X L. Schwa barber. M. B. Moor*. G. W. Crafts. J
Do veil, and ail whom it may concern: You. and
each of you, are hereby notified that we. M. B.
Moors and G. W. Crafts, bave doua the full amount
of work required by the law of Congress of 1372, and
amendment« thereto, to-wit:
Sixty (60) Dollars
worth on the Highland quarts ledge, discovery
claim, situated in Boise County, Idaho Territory, and
you are hereby required to nay to u. all aeseaamenta
against yon on the same within ninety days from the
date hereof or forfeit all of your right, title, Interest
sod claim in. to. ana upon, said Highland quarts
claim, as provided for by tbe art above epecifted.
Idaho City, January 19, 1873. M. U. MOORE,
G. W. CRAFTS.
OMIE COPARTNERSHIP IIERETO
X fore existing between J. B. Emery and Edward
Fulmar baa this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. AU persons knowing themselves indebted to
said firm will please call and settle. Both parties are
authorized to settle the business of tbe late firm.
J. B* EMERY.
Idaho City. Jan. 21. 1875. ED. FULMER.
Tbe undersigned takes this method of in forming
his friends and the public generally that be will con
ttnus business st tbe old stand. E. FULMER.
T O J. K. CLARK, W. N. PRICE,
J. Junk, J. C. Fox. W. C. Cromwell, and aU
whom It may concern : You are hereby notified that
I, J. C. Fox, have done tbe full amount of wn-v re
quired by tbe law of Congress of 1872, sud amend
ments thereto, to wit :
Eighty ($80) Dollars
worth on the first South-west extension of the Star
of ths West quarts ledge, situated in Silver Hill,
now known as Banner District, Boise county, Idaho
Territory; and you are hereby required to pay to
ma all aaaessmenta against yon on tbe same, togeth
er with the cost of this advertisement, within nine
ty (90) days from the date hereof, or forever forfeit
all of your right, title, interest end claim In, to sod
upon, said Star of the West quarts ledge, as provi
ded for by the act above specified.
Idaho City, 1. T. Jan. 30,1875. J. 0. Fox.
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO.
ORGANS AND HUMS.
Tha Oldest, Largest, and Moat Perfect Mannfhctory
in the United Stales.
How in use.
Ho otter Musical Instrument «rar ebtainad tbe aai
[fee Frise List*
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THE DAILY TIMES will be leaned on Satur
day, the 13th of March, and every morning thereaf
ter, Sundays excepted, under the editorial direction
of A. K. McClure, printed compactly horn
clear, new type, on a large folio sheet, containing
all the new* of the day. including the Associated
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discussions of all current topics. Price, TWO
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par annum, or Fifty cents per month, in ad
Advertisements, fifteen, twenty sod thirty
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WlU be Issued on Saturday, March AJth, and week
ly thereafter, containing all important news of the
week, and complete Market and Financial Reporta.
Mailed, for one year, Postage Dree, at the fol
ADVERTISEMENTS twenty-fivs cents
Remittances should be made by Drafts or Post
No. 14 South Seventh Street.
T O R. G. ALLEN, JOHN F. KEEFE,
Ramondo Quail y and William Whittle, and all
whom it may concern: You. and each of you. are
hereby notified that I. R G. Allen, have done the
foil amount of work required by the law of Cou
grass of 1»72, and amendments thereto, to-wlt
Two Hundred ($800) Dollars
on Iho Los Angeles quartz ledge, discovery claim,
situated in Boise county, 1. T., and on tbe di
vide below the town of Boston ou the east side of
Grimes creek: said claim consisting of 1,000 feet
along said Los Angeles quartz ledge, and you are
hereby required to pay to me all s ae e s sm enta against
you oo tbe same, and for the publication ef this no
tice within ninety (90) days from tne date hereof, or
forfeit all of your right, title, interest and claim in,
to, and upon, said Los Angeles quarts claims aa
provided by tba act above specified.
iDano City, April 11,1875.) R. G. Aux»
t'. S INTERNU REVENUE
Mayr 1, 1873, to April 30, 1876.
The Revised Statutes of the United States. Sections
3232, 3237, 3238, and 3239, require every person en
gaged in any business, avocation, or employment
which renders him liable to a SPECIAL TAX, TO
PROCURE AND PLACK CONSPICU
OUSLY IN HI9 K9TABLI8HMKNT OR
PLACK OF BU9INR99 a STAMP denotlug
tbe payment of said SPECIAL TAX for the Special
Tax Year beginning May 1,1875, before commencing
or continuing business after April 30, 1875.
TNI TAXIS CMBRACKD WITHIN TNI PROVISIONS
OF TNI LAW ABOVI QOOTID ARE TNI FOLLOW*
« 8 , VIZ!
Rectifiera, .................................$200 00
Dealers, retail liquor........................... 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor.............. 100 00
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale........... 50 00
Dealers in malt liquors, retail,.............. 20 00
Dosiere in leaf tobacco...................... 25 00
Retail dealers In leaf tobacco,.............. 600 00
And on sales of over $1,000, fifty cents for
every dollar in excvea of $1,000.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco............
Manufacturera of stills....................I •
and for each still mannf ctnred..........
And for each worm manufactured,........
Manufacturers of tobacco,..................
Manufacturers of cigars.....................
Peddlers of tobacco, first class, (more than
two horses or other animals)...... oo oo
Peddlers of tobacco, second class (two horses
or other animale) ................. 25 00
Peddlers of tobaoco, third class (one horse
or other animal).................. 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth dass (on foot or
publio conveyance)....................... 10 00
Brewers of lees than 600 barrel*........... 50 00
Brewers of 600 barrels or more,...,. ....... 100 00
Any person, so liable, who shall flail to oomply
with tha forMotng requirements will be »object to
^eraiUMr firms liable to pay any of tha Speelal
Taxas named above must apply to Austin Savage,
Collector of Internal Revenue at Bola« City, and pay
___ J. W. DOUGLASS,
Oommterionarof Internal Bavaou*
jRuntAX. BsvntJi, _
WsnèiM, D V C., February X» ISIS.
. [Continued from last issue.]
Mr. Derillis Murray suicided on the
the 9th Inst, by hanging himself in his
cabin at Granite. Insanity, I believe,
is the accepted cause that moved - him
to commit the shocking deed. Mr.
Murray was of the Catholic faith, anc
on the ground that he was insane (the
only one I believe available in such
cases) was accorded sanctified burial
the solemn and holy funeral rite of his
creed being performed. To refuse
consecrated burial to the felo de se in
all cases except where genuine insani
ty is well established would be
measure that I for one would heartily
coincide with and endorse as right.
If the last act of a man's life he
crime, leave its judgment as we must
its punishment to the only tribunal
having right or power to pass or en
force decrees after death, bury him
with decency and remember his virt
ues, whatever they may have been,
forgetting in the meantime to honor
him in his grave to the extent we
should do had he died repenting his
transgression and in accordance with
divine law. Righteous and ostenta
tious obsequies when not deserved be
come nothing more than idle displays
and empty words that can in no pos
sible measure redound to the benefit of
the dead, while to the living flattery
is an influence of the most subtle and
powerful nature in swaying tho hu
man mind for both grod and evil,
stimulating and assisting it to a cer
tain degree in the accomplishment of
he most momentous deeds; and in
this connection, for aught we know to
the contrary, aiding even the self-de
8troycr since there if« an assurance
icld out that the world will accord
respect and honor to "disgraceful
death" tributes ever sternly denied to
"disgraceful life." When our sympa
thy is taxed, unmerited pi aise may be
honestly rendered, but I think none
can justly gainsay the assertion that
it is only honest humbug nevertheless.
I almost forgwt the new discovery, an
other treaurc has !>een brought to the
surface over here; the wife of Mr.
Green Morrison, a few days since pre
sented that gentleman with a keepsake
in the shape of «in animated nugget^
weighing between one and one hun
dred pounds somewhere (Î seldom err
when I depend solely on my guessing
qualities) it was a boy. That's two
in less than a month; one for our pay
master you know, only his wasn't—
wasn't a boy. The little strangers
arc in a highly flourishing condition—
kick and squall I believe after the la
test and most approved style of little
strangers—may their lungs or their
legs never grow weaker for at least
three score years hence. If anyone
has an idea there won't be a good
many of us over here by and by with
out a R. R. or the aid of an emigrant
society, it's simply because they ain't
posted on one of the most prominent
and commendable characteristics of
the good folks doing business in this
Tm mighty fond of chronicling the
advent of these now arrivals. Some
of them are liable to be very great
yet, there's such a wide sphere open
for practical operation between my po
sition and the Presidency, and none of
them aro not just as apt never to be
nothing else as they are not apt never
to be nothing other. I'm studying
Greek now—purpose to organise a
class of pupils somewhat advanced in
that lingo about next Independence
The above translation may
slightly redundant with
but I meant no anyhow.
The Avalanche says fair
de mortals nil nisi b
have no more idea abontwhst
means than I have why aU the
York and Frisco number eleven !
(vulgarly ycleped upper tens) fell m
love with that unbleached Sooth Sea 5
Islander with the wont shaped canni
bal name I ever saw in print, who
was bamming around among them a
few months since. I most even con
clude the quotation means nothing;
and if that ain't just the best transla
tion any one on earth can reader un
der the circumstances, I'm non Com
pos mentis and I certainly am in this,
instance, for what he writes would
convince a Tartar that he thinks noth
ing. AU I'm sorry for is that I wasn't
in this business when Grant was inno
cent A neat notice of his debut in
society and the chances are I wouldn't
have to earn my bread by the sweat of
my brow in the sear and yeUow days
of my life's autumn, but that I would
now be provided with a post master
ship with a snug salary of twelve
dollars per annum; besides the N. Y.
Sun and S. F. Examiner would immor
talize me in this world and maybe in
the next trying to impress the fact on
the deluded and oppressed people of
these United States that I was anoth
er of the tyrant's imposters. But
there goes the hoarse groan of that
lorrid old trumpet telling the hour that
makes that portion of earth's watch
doing duty for others who are on the
night shift wish that Gabriel would
sound his so that for once the voice of
the rich would mingle with that of the
poor in breathing forth the harsh mo
notonous answer of ay ay. Oh, but
wouldn't we send up a shout for
Kingdom come" that should thank us
with echoes saying, their will is done
and yours begun, tis not in heaven as
tis on earth. Ill bet the noise I'd
make wouldn't sound much like the
so ft whisper of loves young dream.
Wonder why the devil one wasn't cre
ated an Indian agent, professional
gambler, whisky fountain or some oth
er sort of a success so he could have
air play in this world.
All That's Left of me.
Why the Tonng Hen Don't Get
It certainly is not a good time for
marrying, and has not been for several
years past One reason, no donbt, is
the great cost of living, which, in one
respect, at least—that of female dress
is fully double what it was fifteen
years ago. If a young man has only
a moderate salary to depend on for
support he must be very bold indeed
a venture into matrimony with a girl
accustomed to what is called comfort
able life. Unless she happens to be a
particularly good and sensible girl it
would take most of his salary to pay
her dry goods and dressmaker's bills.
Of course there are such girls, and
plenty of them, I hope, in some places,
but it is only the simple truth to say
they arc scarce in New York.
For this reason, and others too, no
doubt, the popularity of matrimony, so
to speak, appears to be steadily de
clining. Young men hold off a great
deal more than tney used to, and of
course the young women have nothing
to do but wait So, reoognirinr this
fact, and not seeing much _
of getting husbands when they grow
older, a groat many of them tutn to
practical work, become doctors,
ters, or artists, and manage to
at least a decent Rviag
If young men* were, more
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