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VOL. 1 -
HD-AJïO CITY,
-AJPIR-IXj 23 , lST'S.
gtUL* gm-Wofelg W*t\l
Published
SUNDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS,
BY
The Idaho World Printing Company
EU3EUT W. JONES, BUSINESS MANAGER.
Q~m ii Brick BoiMug A^iiiig Irmim U, Vail Stmt
terms,
INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Hutes of Ssbierlptlom
One \>»r.........$8 00 | Three Mentha...$3 00
Six Mouth* .......* 00
Single Copies..... 95
By Carrier, $S per quarter.
Unten oi Advert! si net
On« square, tea lines or less, one insertion... $ 5 00
...... each subsequent insertion, 2 00
Oue-ei^hth of a column, per quarter.......... 25 00
•• fourth ** " " ** 40 00
•• third " " M M ......... 50 00
.. half " " ** «0 00
pne column, per quarter..................... 100 00
Busiuea* cards, lu Unes or leas, three months, 10 00
^rofrjsjsional (Sards.
GEO. AINSLIK,
V TTORSEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. IDAHO
City. I. T. Office on Montgottoery street, second
door above the Postoffice.
JONAS W. BROWN,
V TTOKNF.Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, AND
Notary PubUc. Idaho City, I. T. Will practice
it, ad the Courts of the Territory. Office on Com*
luercul street, two door above Court House.
WM. J. HOTH WELL, M. O.,
)HYSICIAV. SURGEON. AC., graduate of letter
P sou Medical College, Philadelphia. Office on
upper end of Granite street, PtacenriUe, Boise Co.,
1. T. [dec4—tf
Society Rotrrs
I DAHO Encampment, No. 5. I. C.
if. C., holds its regular meetings st
<> *«>d TerupUr Hall, on Thursday evenings
of eich at T o'clock. All members
in s »h 1 «unding are invited to attend. By
order of the E Com.
C. E Jo.ve.-s vec'y. [Jan. »5,1474-tf
IkOISE LODGE, No. 2. I. O. O. T..
I) hoid* its regular meetings at its hall, on
Mturdiy ev«nmgs of each week, at 7 o'ciock
All tn-mbers in good standing are invited to
attend. By order of the W. C. T.
Eoueet W. Jones. Sec'y.
Jan 15 74-tf
Sticks, §tationrry and potions.
S. C. SILS 8 Y,
(srcccasoa to ja*. a. ronrar a co.)
CIRCULATINQ MmtSÈm AiO VARIETY
LIBRARY
STORE.
womci iriLWHG,............IDAHO CITY,
DEALER II*
....in....
GENERAL NEWS DEALER
TOBAOOO AND OIGABS,
CHILDREN'S TOYS,
All of which will ba
»SOLD CHEAP FOR CASKS
7 Book. In my Una, not found in my dock,
11. on order, be procured in tha shortest possib
le at eastern prices—my facilities for so doing bain
■Pi* and expeditious. (Jona IX I87ttf
Weather*
Wettoe.
*0 William Haelem.
■ wax. J. W. Çrawferd, J. B. Taylor and aU whom
? "»y concern: Too, and aaeh af you, are harebv
L J. B. Taylor, have dona tha fhu
lonntof work required by tha law of Congrsas of
id aman dmant a thsrato , to-wit:
•m Handrsd RM) DaQab
ou tha G ray Bsffla quart
iltuatsd in luddlr Boisa U
/, L T. f and you ara
ItopaytomoaBaaaaaimajrtaaflrtaot
I la, to
ÏZZ
Cm, V*.IMSrttofi
Dotfts and Instaurants.
BATHS AND BOARDING
WARM
lATHt
SPRINGS.
FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
[AVTNO TAKEN CHARGE OFTHI8 POPULAR
_________________________ __
place of public resort, I have thoroughly reno
vated the establishment and am prepared to receive
PERMANENT BOARDERS OR TRANSIENT SUEITS.
HOT AND COLD BATHS
ready at all times, and everything about tha house
kept clean and neat.
The LADIES' DEPARTMENT will he controlled by
anus, coom,
And everything will be done to contribute to the
comfort of guests. [declAtf
LUNA HOUSE,
Cstmt l«t£«arry «ad f—fimi Stmti.
»•
Proprietor.
H aving again assumed con
trol of the above named house, I have refurn
ished the same with new beds and bedding. Single
or double rooms for guests.
TUB T
Will be supplied with the best ths market affords.
THE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
For all lines leading out of Idaho City will be found
at this bouse. [Jons 22-tf
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
Frontiug on the east 5
«4. of .h. flui,
PLACERVILLE, I. T.
........PROPRIETOR
Saddle. Carriage. Buggy and Team Horse« kept
constantly on hand snd ready for use day and night;
and horses received for board or to ranchs by the day
week or month.
AT LOWEST RATES.
A good hostler always in readiness to wait on cus
tomer*. snd every eccomination provided in Ural
class livery stables.
Wotice.
rj*0 J. NEALE, THUS. STRING HAM,
L. Scheraberhcr, M. B. Moore. G. W. Crafts, J.
DoveU. and all wh**m it may concern: Yon. and
each of yon. are hereby notified that we. M. B.
M^ore and G. W. Crafts, have done the füll amount
of work required by the law of Congress of 1072, and
amendments thereto, to-wit:
Sixty (50) Dollars
worth on the Highland quarts ledge, discovery
claim, situated in Boise County, Idaho Territory, and
yon are hereby required to pay to us all assessments
against you on the same within ninety days from the
date hereof or forfeit ail of your right, title, Interest
sod claim in, to, ana upon, said Highland quarts
claim, as provided for by the set above specified.
Idaho Cmr, January 19, 1875. M. B. MOORE.
O. W. CRAFTS.
Dissolution Sfotice.
COPARTNERSHIP HERETO
niHE
JL fore existing between J. B. Emery and Edward
Fulmer has this day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to
said firm will please call and settle. Both parties are
authorised to settle the business of the late firm.
J B EMERY*
Idaho Cmr. Jan. 21. 1875. ED. FULMER.
The undersigned takes this method of informing
his friends snd ths public generally that he will con
Unas business at the old stand. E, FULMER
Wotice.
T O J. K. CLAKK, W. N. PRICE,
J. Junk, J. O. Fox. W. C. Cromwell, and all
whom it may concern : You are hereby notified that
I, J. C. Fox, have done the full amount of wo-*- rt
qulred by the law of Congreae of 1K72, ana amend
menta thereto, to wit:
Bl|kty ($80) Dollar«
worth on the first South-west extension of the 8tsr
of the West quarts ledge, situated in Silver Hill,
now known as Banaer District, Boise county, Idaho
Territory; and you are hereby required to pay to
ma all assessments against you on tbe same, togeth
er with tbe ooet of this advertisement, within nine
ty (90) daya from tha date hereof, or forever forfeit
all of your right, title, tntere«t and claim in, to and
upon, said Star of tha West quarto ledge, as provi
ded for by tbe set above specified.
Idaho Cmr, I. T. Jan. 3U, 1875. J 0. Fox.
GEO. A. PRINCE & 00.
diems tE monoid.
The Oldest, Largest, and Moat Perfect M a n u factor y
in tha Unttod States.
64,000
Voir to
Popularity.
for Fria* Mats.
purr ado, V. v*
SNârfrttïmrtrts.
an»*»».
U. S INTERNAI REVENUE
SPECIAL TAXES,
May 1* 1875, to April 30, |187S.
Ths Revised Statutes of the United States, Sections
3232, 3237, 3238, snd 3239, require every person en
gaged in any business, avocation, or employment
which renders him liable to a SPECIAL TAX, TO
PKtRl'RK AND PLACK CONSPICU
OUSLY IN HIS ESTABLISHMENT OK
PLACK OP BUSINKS8 a STAMP denoting
the payment of said SPECIAL TAX for the Special
Tax Year beginning May 1.1875, before commencing
or continuing business after April 3u, 1875.
THE TAXES EMMACED WITHIN TNI PROVISIONS
OF TNi LAW ABOVE QUOTCO ARE THE FOLLOW*
(NO, VIZ:
Rectifiers,................................ f300 00
Dealers, retail liquor......... 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor................... loo 00
Dealers tu malt liquors, wholesale........... 50 00
Dealers In malt liquors, retail,.............. 2» 00
Dealers in leaf tobacco...................... 25 00
He tall dealers in leaf tobacco............... 500 00
And on sales of over (H.uuo. fifty cents for
every dollar in excess of ft.OUO.
Dealers in manufactured tobacco............ 5 00
Manufacturers o( sitUa...................... 50 00
snd for each still msnuf ctured. ......... 20 uu
And for each worin manufactured......... 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco,.................. 10 ou
Manufacturers of cigars,.................... 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, first class, (mors than
taro horses or other animals)...... 60 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class (two horses
or other animals)................ 25 00
Peddlers of tobacco, third class (one hors«
or other animal).................. 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth class (on foot or
public couvsysnce)........... 10 00
llrewers of laea than 500 barrels,........... 50 00
Brewers of 500 barrels or more,............ loo ou
Any person, so liable, who shall fail to comply
tfb the foregoing requirements will ba subject to
severe penalties.
Persons or arms liable to pay any of the Special
Taxas named above roust apply to Austin Savage,
Collector of Internal Ueveoue at Boise i tty, and pay
for and procure tbe Special-Tax Stamp or Stamps
they need, prior to May 1, 1875, and WITHOUT
FUBTHEH NOTICE. J. W. DOUGLASS,
Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
Omrxtov IwnuuuL Rxyexce.
Washkotux, D. C., February 1, 1875.
THE TIMES.
FIRST-CLASS NEWSPAPER
Independent
In everything! Neu
tral in Nothing
opposed
TO all Corrupt ring's
State
and. National
Affairs.
THE DAILY TUSKS will ba issued en Satur
day, the 13th of March, and every morning thereaf
ter, Sundays excepted, under the editorial direction
irf A, K. McClure, printed compactly from
clear, naw type, on a large folio sheet, containing
' day. including ths Associated
all tha newa of theday t
Press Telegrams, Special Telsgrama snd Cor
reapondenoe from all points of interest, and fearless
discussions of all current topics. Prloe, TWO
CKMTS.
Mall subscription, Pottage fir««, Six dollars
per annum, or Fifty ceats par month, in ad
Advertisesnsats, fifteen, twenty and thirty
oants per Una, according to position,
«ob waa
Will ho leaned on Saturday, March 28th, end week
ly thereafter, containing aU important now« of tha
Weak, and oompleta Market and Financial Reports.
Mailed, for on« year, Poatof* fkoa, et tha fol
lowing rates:
One Copy,................... MO
TamCopI««***"..............
advSwIskiEbnts
twenty-five oanta p
ba mads by Drafts or Post
* 9.14
OKVKRAL HEWS.
1 1 " ■
Boston, April 14tb. —There are no
new features in the wool market
The demand is steady and prices
are unchanged. Manufacturers con
tinue to purchase in lots as wanted,
and appear to be quite indifferent
about anticipating their wants for any
length of time ahead. Sales of Ohio
and Pennsylvania fleece have been at
52 © 58c. with a fair demand at these
figures; small lots of medium grades
realizing the highest prices. Michi"
gan and Western fleeces are selling at
49052$, and combing and delaine
fleeces at 63066c Super pulled wool
continues in demand, and the grades
most wanted are good and choice at
prices ranging from 50 to 57c; for
low grades there is als » a fair inquiry
at 42047c, as to quality. In Califor
nia wool no change is noted. Foreign
is quiet, and prices of Australian con
tinue to range from 40 to 54c, jobbing
at 57 to 60c for cross breed.
Washington, April 14th. - The Post
office Department is in receipt of in
formation that parties who have se
cured contracts for a large number of
mail routes in the Western Routes are
systematically offering to sub-let
them, thereby assuming in effect the
position of mail route brokers. One
party in Kansas has sent out postal
cards inviting bids for suMetting spe
cific routes, and stating in printed
postscript that he has sixty-five routes
to dispose of, and will send catalogues
on application. The Department ,has
taken steps to break up this business.
New Orleans. April 14th.—The
Legislature met at noon, end it was
the most orderly for many years. The
Conservative members wore sworn in,
and a resolution adopted in the House
referring claims of those included in
the award to the Committee on Elec
tions, which will report tomorrow.
Roth parties seem to accept the award
without opposition, making it a suc
cess.
Boston, April 14th—Ten indies of j
snow fell here yesterday, and fifteen
at Fall River. All the trains from the
south and west are delayed.
Washington, April 14th.—AH the
clerks in the Post-office Department
implicated in the recent mail frauds
have been dismissed by the Postmas
ter-General.
The Secretary of the Treasury
writes to the Secretary of War, in res
ponse to a communication from the
War Department, on the 11th of Feb
ruary, covering a copy of a letter of
Captain J. B. Campbell, of the Fourth
Artillery, on the snbject of smuggling
in Alaska, And recommending that a
revenue cutter be stationed in the wa
ters of that country. Secretary Bris
tow says the Treasury Department bas
not at ite disposal a revenue cutter
that can be assigned to permanent du
ty in Alaska, but the steamer Wol
cott, stationed at Port Townsend,
Washington Territory, will be ordered
to make occasional cruises into those
waters, with a view to remedy the
evils complained of.
Norfolk (Va.), April 14th.—During
the heavy squalls last night eight ne
gro men from Gloucester county were
drowned by the capsizing of an oyster
boat.
Bkrun, April 14th.—In the Upper
House of tbe Prussian Diet to-day the
bill withdrawing State grants from the
Roman Catholic clergy was debated.
Bismarck made a speech, in which he
declared that the Vatican Council Cath
olic Bishops were merely Popes end
Prefects. He said he w*e not an
my of the Catholic Church;
only against Papacy, which !
edthe principle of extei
heretics, and which was in
the gospel as well as with the Prus
sian States.
' ft ■ipp
Washington, April 13th.—-The soUcv
itor of the treasury department, ta
whom the subject was referred, has
decided that the commissioner of in
ternal revenue has the right to exam
ine bank checks of any bank or asso
ciation whether the law is violated in
respect to stamping such checks.
Omaho, April 13th.—Six companies
of cavalry and two of infantry have
been ordered from the railroad to the
base of the black hills, as mi escort to
Jonney, the government geologist,
who will make a survey of the coun
try; they expect to leave Port Lara
mie on the 15th. The government in
promptly apprised of the many expe
ditions into this country, and is pre
pared for them. Letters from the Bed!
Cloud agency show that the Indiana
are fully aware of all that is being
done in the matter, and are much ex
cited over it The head warriors, who
are more powerful than the chiefs, are
avorably inclined to disposing of the
country between tbe two Cheyenne
rivers for a good round consideration,
and in the event of its purchase the
lead warriors will insist that their
reservation be removed to the head of
Tongue river, at the base of the Big
Horn mountains. Tbe Indians sre ex
ceedingly anxious that a large number
of their head chiefs and warriors should
go to Washington and see the Presi
dent, and are pleased that the ageqi
has been ordered to take them to
Washington.
A Noble Wife. —During the revo
lution in Poland which followed the
revolution of Thaddens Kosciusko,
many of the truest and best of the sons
of tha^ ill-fated country were forced to
flee for their lives, forsaking home and
friends. Of those who had been most
eager for the liberty of Poland, and
most bitter in the enmity against Rus
sia and Persia was Michael Sobieeki,
whose ancestor had been king a hun
dred and fifty years before.
. Sobeiski had three sons in the pa
triot rank, and father and sons had
been of those who had persisted in
what the Russians had been pleased
to term rebellion, and a price had
been set upon their heads.
The Archduke Constantine was ear
ge r to apprehend Michael Sobieeki,
and learned that the wife of the Polish
hero was at home in Cracow, and he
waited upon her.
"Madame," he said, speaking polite
ly, for the lady was beautiful und
queenly, "I think you know where
your husband and sons are hiding!"
"I know, sir."
"If you tell me where your
is, your sous shall bo pardoned."
"And 1 shall be safer
"Yes, madame, I swear it Tell
whore your husband is co
both you and your sons shall be
and unharmed."
"Then, sir, answered the noble
man rising with dignity subüme,
laying her hand upon hoi
lies concealed here—in the
his wife—and yon will have
this heart out to find him."
Tyrant as he was,.the
mired the answer, and '
had inspired it,
will of such *
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