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gsD of our« at Plscerville, and »Tory
bie sentieman, by the way, woot oat to
a few day« ago to got a bucket of wa
n d when he had drawn tha well-bucket
®ut halt way to the top, let go of tha
J to reet. Being a very urbana man
Cbriatian, be never permit» himaalfto
the luxury of «wearing ; but when
u up out of the mud, «oon after relic
j hia hold on that windla««, with hi«
i 0T er one eye, looking like a bruiser who
„toff second be«t in a priae fight, and
f d (or the first time that he wa« fifteen
tuty leet from that well, bia face wore
rpréüiou of a man'« who«e mind i« pro
ted with thought« of emphatic «aying«.
tf lN G baa now begun in earneat. Almost
the ditches are ruuning full of water,
hew i® water enough in the cfveks to fill
R v mere, The ditches wilt all be filled
a« they can be got to stand the presa
[ full heads At present the ground ia
that the banks run down the hill sides
|ths water strikes them almost at freely
1er, aud there bave been and will yet be
>reaks in ditches than has been known
irs; but there will also be au unusually
ipply ot water, and the mining season
au extra good one.
D. G. Stkong will leave for the At*
Igtates to-morrow, and Mrs. Jesse Brad»
te day following Mr«. Strong will re
it Boise City until joined by Mr«. Brad
en they will proceed on their journey
rr. Mrs $. goes to Ohio, aud Mrs. B.
ielphia, Pennsylvania. Both are el
and estimable ladies, and we with
Isafe and pleasant trip« "borne*' and
lo City has a telegraph line at last. It
rtedon Thursday morning last to con
bank with the pnstoffice. The dit*
abuut four hundred and fifty feet,
tact of the wire is to enable the p«»st
to inform the clerk at the hank of the
[of the mails, as s«»m as they arrive,
peeiitj of an arrangement like this has
rss appearuace about it, to say the
[As4f*sor i* about ready to commence
id the public should begin to sort out
dilapidated and holy greenbacks, as
rssor's visit will afford a good opp«*r
>get rid of them.
pve do further particulars concerning
ming of A. D. Saunders, but there i*
ibt that he was the man drowned.
1. G. Lcxav ha« b««*n quite sick for
irw day« put, hut, we bciicve, is re
'etkrsov, who was paialyzcd some
it again able to be out on the street.
\x ha« re-openrd Foster's Res
ign Main «treet
'ranvisco, April 13th.—A young
[ r "i Brandenburg, was found
Nn starvation and exhaustion,
pita "1 lumber on the city
u!y this morning. He stated
Jta Heath that he crawled un
pumber nine days ago, and otli
tr "as piled around him, «top
cirress. He was the son of
Bradenburg, 6 st. Charles
liladelphia, and aged about 18.
|s, April 13th. —In the House
30QS this evening Sullivan
know whether the law in
lt° hearing arms in Ireland
ail . v way interfere with the
f riflemen who were coming
^ to take part in the interna
rna toli. The chief secretary
replied that all classes
d
prtily welcome the American
summer. Gentlemen from
J States who were to take
ie coming match were un
^ aw abiding citizens; there
îa8on to suppose they would
) aw or be any more likely
themselves liable to arrest
binnen or Englishmen. Sul
king on positive assurance,
iere might be no misappre
[the chief secretary replied
would be no interférence
[visitors, as it was well un
ta'y had no intention of break
K if necessary, special ar
[t 8 would be made to secure
freedom of the movement,
^tion from the formal opera
*» t* outweighwhole voi
«»a* of food, sound, aentlblo organcut { to
others it Ina no moooiof whatever,
m
Without
undertaking to argue the propriety or impro
prioty of permitting women to vote, it may
aafeljr be remarked that Disraeli 1« unques
tionably at capable of voting aright upon al
moat aay measure of atateamanahip a« the
average of hia opponent« ; and the reasons
which influenced to scholarly and able a thinker
will, when known and understood, outweigh
In the seale of the world's judgment, the whole
catalogue of epithet«. Not being "on the in
aide 11 of the woman auffrage question, we ap
proach anything like a discussion of it with
"fear and trembling," lest we should make
ouraelf ridiculous ; but having an indistinct
recollection of the good old days when women
were kept away from school for fear a common
school education would unsex them, and of n
still later and not yet quite obsolete period
when the doors of dl the professions and col
leges were closed against them for the same
absurd reason, we cannot repress an incredu
lous smile, when we cast our mind's eye along
the long line of educated and professional wo
men whose acquaintanceship has profited us
more than any other, and realize that they
were pure and good women, less depen
dent on circumstances, and therefore, less lia
ble to fall, than their uneducated sisters. To
unsex a woman is a natural and physical im
possibility, and we sus^ct those who employ
the term do so to couceal a conscious destitu
tion of argument on their part. If people
wrote aod spoke with more honesty and fair
nest on subjects about which they differ, the
geocral public would be better informed than
it is, and the probability of arriving at correct
solutions would io all eases he much greater
than now.
Beat Quality Flour!
•«.so, com, m
At the
'J
near Boise City aud at store in Boiso City.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Address, WAR EAGLE MILL CO..
Bui*« City. I. T.
Bitftte of James Thompson Dec'd.
N otice is hereby given by
the ut> tiers igurd, sdtulm.trsUr of ttie above
uexued ratal«, to the creditor» of, and ail persona
having claims against said deceased to exhibit the
Be, with the neceeaarj vouchers, within ten
moo tha from the Br«t publication of lh. a notice to
the un ieraigned, at 1'UcervUle, to Boise fount), j
Idaho Territory. Thomas A**».
Idaho C ty, March 39, 1875 .-w4.j Adminuir,
Vottoe.
T O R.G. ALLEN, JOHN F. KEEFE,
iUmondo Quallj and William Whitlle. and all
wbum it msjr concern : You, and rach of you. are 1
hereby noUhcd that I, H li. Allen, have done the |
full amount of work required by the lav of t on-1
gross of 1H72, sod amendments thereto, to »it
Two Hundred d'tUOi Hollars
on the !/>» Angeles quart« Mgr, discovery claim.'
situated lu But»« county, I. 1., a.td on tiie tli
ilde Wow the town of Hmton no the e*«t aula uf
Unities creek; said claim cuuaisting uf 1,000 feet
along said I/js Angeles qaaru ledge, aud juu am
hereby required to pay to me all aamsawetn» against
you on the same, and for the publication «f thi» no
lle« within ninety (9U) days from tne date hereof, or
forfeit all of your ngbt. title, interest and claim tu.
to, and upon, said Loa Angeles quart« claims as
provided by the act above specified.
Il*aHo CUT, April 11, 1075. J K. G. Acut»
THE SUN.
DAILY ;VND WEEKLY
FOR ie?ß.
Th« approach °f the l*re»td«otial elrotinn give»
ODUanal imporiabce to the event* and development*
of 1K73, We *hall endeavor to de*crib« them fully,
faithfuUy and feaTt«*»ly
THE WEEKLY SUN ha* now attained a circula
tion of over seventy thou*and copies. It* reader*
are found in every State aud Territory, and it* qual
ity 1* well known U> the public. We shall not only
endeavor to keep it fully up to the old standard, but
to improve aod add to ita variety and power
THE WEEKLY »CN will canttnue to f>e a thor
ough newspaper. AH the news of the day wfll be
found in It, condensed when unimportant, st full
length when of moment, sud slwsys, we trust, treat
ed in a clear. Interesting snd instructive manner.
It la our aim to make the W'EEKLY SUN the best
family newspaper in the world. It will be full of
entertaining and appropriate reading of every sort,
but wilt print nothing to offend the most scrupu
lous aud delicate taste. It will always contain th
most interesting stories snd romances of the dsy,
carefully selected at d legibly printed.
The Agricultural Department ia a prominent feat
ure in the WEEKLY HUN. and ita articles will al
ways be fonnd fresh snd nsefnl to the farmer
The number ol men independent in politics it in
creasiogf and the WEEKLY HUN Is their paper es
pecially. It belongs to no party, and obeys no dic
tation, contending for principle, and for the election
of the best men. It exposes the corruption that dis
graces the country and threatens the overthrow of
republkan institutions. It Ins no fear of knaves,
and seeks no favors from their supporters.
The markets of every kind snd the fashions ore
re ^hc^ce'o7tbe WEEKLY SUN is one dollar a
ir a sheet of eight pages, and ftfty-slx col
___ „ As this barely pays the expenses of paper
and printing, we are net able to make any discount
and printing, we are doi am« w ihm« »uj mnwmui
or allow any premium to friends who may make spe
cial efforts to extend its circulation. Under the
new taw, which require« payment of postage in ed
vanee, one dollar • year, with twenty cents the cost
of prepaid postage added, ia the rate of subscription.
It is not necessary to get up a dab in order to have
the WEEKLY BUN at this rate. Anyone who sends
one dollar aod twooty cents will gat the paper, post
paid for a year.
*We have no traveling agents.
THE WEEKLY SUN.— Hfht pegs«, fifty*«!* col
Only $1.90 a year,
m nfrrafr.
DAILY BUN.— A tar&---
of twenty-dgbt eolnmns. DeUy
190,900. AU the
Nodi*
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four-page new«
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IDAHO WORLD
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NOTES,
DEEDS,
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PROGRAMMES,
CIRCULAR.«, RECEIPTS,
BILLHEADS, LICENSES,
VHTS1NG CARDS
BALL TICKETS,
LETTERHEADS.
ALSO
a
LE 6 AL & JUSTICE'S BLANKS
of »11 kinds,
and every description of
always on hand and printed to order,
PLAIN, OR IN C
And at prices 50 per ceet. below
our former rates.
R8,
Gall and examine specimens and prices.
K
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M.!
forth* Idauo W ould
teoonteaet far
him.
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OBSTACLES TO 1 ABBIACE.
%
Happy Relief for Toaag Mow from the ef
foots or Errors and Abnaes in early Mfo. Manhood
Restored. Impediments to Marriage removed. New
method of treatment New and remarkable reme
dies. Books and circulars sent free, in sealed en
velopes. Address HOWABD ASSOCIATION, No. 419
North Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa.,—an Institution
having a high reputation for honorable conduct and
professional skill.
AT HIS
NEW BRICK STORE
... .IN.*..
IDAHO eiTY,
is now oponing bis now Spring stock of
DRY GOODS, *
CLOTHING,
B00T8 AND SHOES,
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods
LADIES* AND CHILDREN'S
READY MADE SUITS,
CARPETS. WALL PAPERS,
IRON AND STEEL,
BLACKSMITHS* TOOLS,
Lrdw
DUCK AND HOSE,
GUM BOOTS, GLASS AND PUTTY, PAINTS AND
OILS.
HARVESTING & HAYING TOOLS,
GUNS. PISTOLS. AND
UN I 1
of all kind*.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
CHAIRS, CROCKERY,
and au endless
VARIETY STOCK.
GROCE T DEPARTMENT
is now complete. Try the
PURE MAPLE SUGAR.
A S I BOUGHT 4 ii I it HESS K »lock it
low rat«*, whilf in Chicago, Boston,
Now York. Philadelphia anti San Francisco.
I vu!! aril IVrjf loir (or CASH , or to GOOD
tunc buyers.
Sär Having determined to stag and
help to develop this country , / fihall keep
a Full Stcx'k of Goode, to sell at Fair
Living Price*, and xhall he glad lo tee or
"'„T"' ,,f r x lV',' "35
line. Order* mil he promptly filled and
on just ae good terms as if the buyers
were present, and all packages of I/o 10
pounds / will deliver Free at Centerville
and Plaeerville.
Idaho City, May 33,1873.tr
M8KI1 STORl
GRANITE CREEK, I. T
The most complete and commodious store, snd the
most extensive slock of goods to be found in Boise
county, outside of Idaho City. Our stock of geode
comprises
TINWARE, GLASS,
QUEENS AND HARDWARE,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
MINER'S OUTFITS, DRYGOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS k SHOES,
snd, in short, everything that is demanded in the
the market; and we
SELL FOR CASH CHEAPER
than any other house in Boise oounty. Call and see
our goodsand learn our price*, and we will make it
to your advantage to buy of ns.
Augl-tfJ A. DAN8KIN k CO.
Whoever
W ANTS AW AGREEABLE OCCUPA
tton, requiring only intelligence, eoUvity and
perseverance, and which paya UbasoUy in caa* oon
foam
masiovs or ncAtmrex. asno,
toBunacan k Hxo«, of 8aa
and forma to agonta for mu
IfiAL MffIMf. a fLrst-efosa m
ia
TMxtabb
/?■' ■ Sr
FLOUR,
BUTTER,
LARD, HAMS.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast
•lass anS Crockery Wars,
HMBWME, HM MW
MINING TOOLS.
ROPE,—ALL SIZES,
PAINTS, OILS and GLASS
QUXOKÄBVHÄ,
(Jents (JlothinG
a» or svsst vasmnr.
OIL CLOTH, CABPETINGr
WALL PAPER,
f inflow Shades, Table CoTerini,
PATENT MEDICINES ,
And a variety of articles too numerous to msattoa«
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS,
BOOTS & SHOES»
WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S WEAR,
J. B. PACE'S TOBACCO«
PLAYING CARDS, CIOARS, AC.
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEED8
TO CASH CUSTOMERS i You win find that
you cam purchase at Lower Kates of me than any
other house in the Basin. THOMAS BARRY.
Idaho City, Sept. 4, 1873tf
CENTRALHOTEL
Formerly known ae Hart*« Exchange,
CORNEE IDAHO AND 7TH STS*
BOISE CITY. I. T.
We announce to the public that we have purchased,
refitted and relurniahed the above named property*,
and are now prepared to aocommodate permanent*
aod tranoient guest«.
A good fire-proof safe in the office.
Autfâ-rttf.]
I1ÉÉ1
BUSH A TOWn,
proprietor*
MINERS' EXHUME
Hl QÜAUTZBÜRG, I. T.
ohnitoster,................Proprietor*
The tables of the Miner'* Home wiU always be rap-^
plied with the very beet of everything in the market*
ROOD, CLEAN BEDS
provided for regular boarders or transient customers*
snd no pains nor expense spared to make the Home
deservcdly a favorite resort for everybody. Give ma
a rail if you want either a square meal or a good*
comfortable bed. Nov7-tf.
_t_
BANKING HOUSE
....or....
C. W. MOORE A CO.,
IDAHO CITY,
Do a general banking business. Sell exchange on
Now York, 8an Francisco, Portland (Ogn.)»
And the principal
EUHOPIIAX OXTUM Iro
The highest pi for
GOLD OUST, BOLD AND SILVER BULLION,
In coin or currency.
09*Buy and sell greenb ks.
CITY DRUG STORE*
DR. H. IIRF, PROPRIETOR,
Keeps for sale afUU stoek of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMI0AL8, PATIN**
MEDICINES,
BK
Fine
TOILET SOAP, BRU8HES AND PERFUMERY
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
for medicinal use.
riy wt ftif
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