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ANO VARIETY
STORE.
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general news dealer
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
( ^ILDBBN»8 TOYS,
AZ tf jrtue* trill b*
CHEAP FOB CASIL-m
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b« fr«r»«l la tb* rborteot poanbi«
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r *- A- m.* the f«*rty-^vf-n
? b*-ir r**d «k irt». hats, brh*.
g'* '*■ fuîh prepared to put out any
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A K« -anion, so we learn,
prrwpeeu in their claim in
h ^ e hope it is true, aa they ;
^ our be* r ituern and worthy of j
<fi - W A. C Hr A*, formerly of
,. ^ kto Uia name connected with
y ^ er-TUnm acacdi L
b*ri « k.h v r!Ki«\;T^rx^^ E ^^toih^n 1
-—'trary ax* evm**i<*rvti u wisû;a$ ta cectisue
tfc ? r & j._.
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^ *" c4 tûein uctîl *" irn * ar *^« ir *
I* «ttWenWr» a«?*U?v*£ or rv-ta«e to t»ke
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i«T*d tiiem üicoatiaB*J.
4 . If ** 2 ttter.fo'ni r«no»i* to other
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w;;3«-at alora.rm 15«* p-i&ciier. is«j îir a«-wy
P»P* W »n* *r*Qt u, the lortcwT «i:rrc:.oR. th* %
at* fo*U r«*<p.wv*îbi«*.
o. TYv* AMârts aatr* that rwy*;c£ to
take n«-**paprr* fr**ta the ««did*. or r*tn»r;n<
M«i tirai uq -a-lfM for. is pr.a*a tax:«*
et.4««ctf «•{ in£.*nî.«>aal fraud
TV pcsfmirtiT wfo !s«r^î<*ot« t*' fit*«* the
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v« a«^!rct tif i prr*»«i to tak«*
*<5r* îk-- a*lirr»-*t*ti to
m. n ..xb.e
•m pr-.cf.
tl-r pub..«£rf
*r the *u&*cr:p
Sott!« sad Alrstäcrasts.
KAU m BARDLAG.
WARM *fc-—L SPRINGS
FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
S'SsTS .'-g
?mtAiöT i:a.?3£5s :s thesiimt euwti.
HOT AND COLD B NTItS
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Proprietor.
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«PVT TT TABI^E
WAGON AND CARPENTER SHOP
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H. JONES,
Makr-s a
.,LS. buggie
r.
repairin'
■ but the
wag.
BEST SEASONED TIMBER USED
ga4 vor* nmsv<J «I*»'- m ,Ji<t coacfr7
Gt** ®«s « trmL
amau. dimciott or mise comtt.
icaso cm.
fi*rtff, Hut ad
raJrr Sbcrtff. V- JfeClmtorX
Tntnnr, loto Brodt«l.
Probate Ja4f*. W B- M non.
Aadit.Tr, Ja-tea Momrij.
■ , mrr lofes Gorman. _ .
Count t Cammimxmttr. Id EH«t. W. W. Black.
Cw affo » B V 1 • Ty. a Tlrif
>ttT>*naa to Camntj h^ptta*. Dr. n. zrp*.
omrrrx ruMctrrr.
Jaatiex of Uw Wae«. J»*a«a Car.
ftf HiW ctxn rnrcrtcT.
ImMttcm ot Ä« P *« "»- Tbomm Peteraoa.
jm*arm rucRT]LU n«n*a.
Jastoe* of Ä* h**- ?"**• Eo««-
;m norm rnmcxrcr
- - v tte Paar». & B. CottaeUy.
** wm * r> u DteC., E. J- HolL
n» Tvnctnct.
_r, *d ML B. O. Alton.
Baary MeGoiaoea*.
IM
J m « «rer Minin* Ooapny Loortk»
Lf^L» «f Beim Oonary.
SM TartW ?
F A sandal ami
ttoMtal iy r
of Ute Stock *o Gier» of the lova
Coaapaoy will be held at
»"t Company, ia Quart*
____ Idaho Territory, on Monday
ink, ait F. M., to traaaact bntoaeoa
JOBS GALLAGBZB.
Iot»e.kkE(k
®ea*k °f an Exemplary Woman.
. ..... s
" e ta ^ e l ^ e obituary on
Uw deith of Mrs. P. II. Belknap, fo->tn
the Owynee Jrak/tefor. ^he was well
^ nown m 0vUü! - . and cherished by
who kQew her:
Mrs. Rachel M. Belknap, wife of Dr
D. II. Belknap, died here at half past
...
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residence
^ 4 ir .
failing hea
. - f
' *
N;t „ < li>
an
clocï vesterdav alternoon, at tne
1 '* : her son-in-law. James I.
Tire deeeased had Iwn in
>n:Ls. an
la!iv« s and friends a: h -r de
•* .- .. ... . «r>' sincere c~ tl
ctvunt. Mrs Belknap was be
altimore *.V-anty. Mar\!jni. Jan
"14. She
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w
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5 tut*
diUgiiti-r «.
.f Mr
.. t ali
y period i
H ikT
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rv; z* • an
d aev
ay ?*r>^
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id tti-ii * i >
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never
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f the M t.
us mu
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. Bei
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OctobiT.
1 >4 l.
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r »rid Mrs
'r ;
, \ ; 1
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IN Afv Here >!*■
en v
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In
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t«» Was zi
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bv
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w
Trmp!
w \ -
in Î have uv«d
m
SUM •*. At Id
ah *
ther [»!ao.*s wh
ere
m >st iu «ail <g
*d
add ill« n to be
ing
•f the interests
< »I
n' er of the <»
"never anv m
ve
W Ai
the we
it. i fen
VU
Trunin.
was a «iili
Four
hi!
dn-n w*t<- I» rn to the parents, two of
wh rn die<i at an early age. The sur
vivmg members are Mrs. C. II. Doug
.. , , f r , !
las of >an Francisco, ami Mrs. » rutch
. T * „ .
er of this place. It is seldom that we ;
, , i .
nave b**en called upon t«> record the
. . . , . ,
b J vj a rtQes 'j" d Û1I" oT^aractcr
w .. re centred. >he lived a apotle*.
lif,,. w „ liberal, kind hearted, zealous
and benevolent. In her more active|^>
days she was a great friend to
poor and was ever energetic in minis-j
Wring to the sufferings of thc unfcrtu
nate. Her energies never seemed to
tire when engaged in any g«xxl work,
in which she was always the central
figure, and by her zeal always com
manded the respect and sympathy of
the people wherever she resided. Both
as a wife and mother, too, she bore the
most exemplary relations, and we
sympathize most lieartily with her sor
rowing husband, and children in the
great berievement they have sustained.
She was a patient sufferer during her
long illness and has gone to meet the
reward of the blessed. She had been
a resident of Silver City bat a few
months. Both her children and hus
band were present at the death bed,
where her pure spirit passed calmly
and peacefully away tQ the realms of
bliss.
Rebellion in Mexico—C rrr or Mexi
co. April 30th —The revolution which -
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conimen€t Hi in Micfaoan, in consequence
jf tU , pab!
Ication of church reforms
arM j t p e eipu Uion of the Sisters of j
(^rity is extending and gaining
ground in other Sûtes. Michoacanis
sufiering greatly. All busikess is par
a'yzed. and the inhabiunts are leav
ing. The village of Jucut*a has been
pilaged and burned. Toe Legislature
of Mich« acan. alarme«! at the progress
* *f the revolution, was convoked in ex
tra session on the 23d inst. It will*
discuss measures for the extermina
tiaa of the rebels. It was said that
the Legislature w^uid grant the G«jv
eminent have teen giected to as
• are tne uacinea
stneLiTih
ef the rebels under Morelia
:» increxsicg. xn*i is now estimated at
2.500 me
ii. tl * v i u to ii «j tXd t «à<. *
tluLs.
Tne r*.*
tels ut teuere taro attacked a
con y \
the 20th inst. and t - k away
A il Uiilat.
ty f arms and merchandise.
At Arr v
■ j w they attacked ^.ne dill
gence. ^
iK-a tne passengers drei up.«n
and ikiij«
d one bandit. The whole
l **- i y tin
n « pened a terrible dre on the
! XssfliZ'.
ts and ma te them descend
fr rn the,
1 . gene *, a Lev assassinated
Lots A. »
.. a V»'s, a lN?putv from Aguas
ea!ivnte>
; Mi duel t'auo, a Spanish
iiKTchan!
h Luis Fl res. Among the
*r> were throe ladies and a
I tVN I. J t
'■>: >*« r f
< .ar ty. Th« mail was also
r • h :
The news • f this affair reach
♦>i M<*xi«
c» curing the session c»t Con
. . cans« -'i a great sensation.
^ r « s >. U *,
The Mill
ist« t « *t War expressed the
regrets
: tne Fr« > d« nt .tt the outrage.
u:r«l u>sl:
rreti t ; * «. * «.'ha n i L*e r that it was
. ! « *1 11 r ^ •
that had ever ccurred on the
r a 1 ! r i
u . s du a* iiji.i del Ik* * to ^ JCr\ w
T Vi
T
-lie
n.
and a
I
Xa
associate jus-i
tat«s ruprtnie
c*>urt, ai
evening.
iting p« >ii
Justice l
the suprt
71 years
gvr on th
s«K'iates,
citv 1 uesdav,
m this
* ut Witint^iav in vis
tleman.
walk*sl
Wednesday with a degree o
city
sp right
about the
i a uigiiv V*
Iiness that many young iih'u cannot
command .—Salt Ixtkt Herald.
Brim^ne a Match for Bedbugs.—T he
. ......
best mode ot getting rid of t^edbugs
^ , b . . . . 6
is to fumigate them with brimstone,
te .. . .
Hous«^ standing long and emptv
wlmh have swarmcil with thorn have
b - T this me " s been cff,?<tuall - v frwd
from thcm - Plaw in tl>e ccntre of thc
:s ct interest at out town. ?
iff *rd is the oldest judge on
ue Umch, being upwards of ;
t age; a- id he has been Ion
bench than either of his as- j
having been appointed in
l^"- He is a well preserved old gen- j
a ' M ' containing »bout four
the!°nncea of brimstone; remove from
«be room such metallic surfaces
«« might be affected by the fumes;
close every aperture, even to the key
hole, and light the brimstone. After
four or five hours, enter the room and
open the window for a thorough air
i ng.— InUr- O «w.
— — — m 1 ■ ■■■ —
A rough sea captain, in a storm
when terrified passengers persuaded
him to petition heaven for a cessation
of the tempest, preferred the following
brief request: "Oh, Lord! I haven't
been in the habit of calling on thee
often; and if you'll shift the wind
from sou'west to a little more south, I
won't trouble you again."
The Sacramento Record-Union per
sists in crediting Idaho City items ta
ken from the Wo*ld to the Boise
Statesman. Why not place the credit
where it belongs?
Fite Hunt-red Thocsaxö Years Ago.
-The Xatitm condenses fin»
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l ish scientific periodical some ioterest
ing speculations from Dr. Alfred Bas
sell Wallace, of the probable antiqai
ty of the human species- They may
startle, it says, even those who have
long since come to the conclusion that
6,000 years cany os but a small wav
back to the original home. In fact,
Dr. Wallace's 6.000 years are but as a
day. He reviews the curious attempts
to determine the antiquity of human
remains or works of art, and finds the
bronze age in Europe to have been
pretty accurately fixed at 3,000 or
4,000 years ago the stone age of the
Swiss lake dwellings at 5,000 to 7,000
The burnt brick found sixtv
fragment a; seventy-two feet give*
30.000 vears. A hum an skeleton
50.000 years. But all these estimates
are {.«ale before those which Kent's
Cavern at Troourv legitimate. Here
cs of the last 2,000 or 3,000 years
from a deposit of the bone of an ex
tinct mamalia and glutton indicating
an arctie climate. Names cut in the
the drip very copious, not more than
a hundredth of a foot has been depos
ited in two centuries—a rate of five
feet in 10.000 years. Below this, bow
ever, we have thick, much older and
crystalline (that is, more slowly
f orn K*d; stalagmite, t^eneath which
**i n a breccia very differ
ent fr\>m the cave earth, undoubtedly
^*orks of art have been found. 9 Mr.
Wallace assumes only 100,000 years
f or ^ apper door, 250,000 years for
^ intermediate cave earth; by which
^ arrives at the "sum of 500,000
years that have probably elapsed since
human workmanship was buried in
the depths of Kent's Cavern.
He Thought It was Delirium Tre
mens. —Snides brought his two weeks'
spree to a close on Thursday night.
He lay on a lounge, feeling as sour
lager, when something in the corner
of the room attracted his attention.
Raising on his elbow he gaaed steadi
ly at it. Rubbing his eyes, be started
again, and as be started his terror
grew. Calling his wife, he asked
hoarsely:
"Mirandy, what is that?"
"What is what, LikeyH
Snides name is Lycurgus, and his
wife calls him Likey for short and
sweet
"Why that—that—thing in the cor
ner," said the freightened man, point
ing at it with a hand shaking like a
politician.
"Likey, dear, I see nothing* replied
the woman.
"What, yon don't see it!" be shriek
ed. "Then Pre got 'em. Oh, heav
ens! bring me the Bible. Mirandy,
bring it quick! Here, here on this sa
cred book I swear never to touch an
other drop of whisky. If I break my
vow, may my right band cleave to the
roof of my mouth, and—"
Here, catching another glimpse of
the terrible object, he clutched his wife
and begged in piteous tones:
"Don't leave me— don't Wane your
Likey," and burying his fiscs in the
folds of her dress, he sobbed and
mn«n«d hiiwtolf UktO S troubled sleep.
Then his wife stole gently to dm
corner, picked up Mm toy sn a ke and
threw into the stove.

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