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THINGS THAT NEVER DIE.
Thevpure, the bright, the beautiful,
That stirred our hearts in youth;
The impulse of a wordless prayer,
The dream of love and truth.
The longings after something lost r
The spirit's yearning cry,
The strivings after better hopes —•
These things shall never die.
The timid hand stretched forth to aid
A brother in his need,
That kindly word in grief's dark hotrr
That proves the friend indeed,
The plea of mercy softly breathed
When justice threatens nigh,
The sorrow of a contrite heart—
These things shall never die;
The memory of a clasping hand,
The pressure of a kiss,
And all the trilles, sweet and frail,
That make up love's first bliss,
If with a firm, unchanging faith,
And holy trust and high, ,
These hands have clasped, these lips have met,
These things shall never die.
The cruel and the bitter word
That wounded as it fell,
The chilling want of sympathy
We feel, but never tell,
The hard repulse that chills the heart
Whose hopes were bounding high;
In an unfading record kept,
These things shall never die.
Let nothing pass, for every hand
Must find some work to do;
Lose not a chance to waken love,
Be firm, and just, and true;
So shall a light that cannot fade
Beam on thee from on high,
And angel voices say to thee—
These things shall never die.
AN ENRAGED RADIOA-L.
D. O. McCarthy, editor ©? the San Francis
eo Flag, and Radical candidate for State Prin
ter in California, thus comes back, on his ene
mies within his own party, who now repudiate
his nomination and- the R&dieal State ticket
generally. He poye his respects to the Sacra
mento Union as follows :.
That journal has • always been a sail-trimmer, a
time-server, and a money-huckster. It never goes
in advance of public opinion, but stops at tha last
tail-gate and takes the .coppers as others advance
more boldly and manfully. At the outbreak of the
war it was ft hesitator. it didn't become sanguinary
until the heavy cannon were pulsing on the distant
air. Then it grew bloodthirsty to an unprecedented
degree of ferocity, flourished its battle-axe and pealed
the war-cry in perspective, like a plumed and painted
Iroquois; and all the time kept thriftily taking in-the
nineponces. Entering into a villainous compact with
the San Francisco Bulletin and Alta, it aided to keep
the National currency out of circulation, lied to and
deceived a trusting people, speculated in greenbacks,
and swelled its abdomen at the expens» of the State
vitality. While its hired journalists are ddecanting
on patriotism and inculcating moral ethics, some oi
its proprietors are huckstering gold and treasury
notes at a broker's stall, calculating the probable
value of three aces and a pair of tens, or looking with
blood-shot eyes for the uncertain revelations of the
faro-box.
He characterize© the Sau -Fracisco - Bulletin
as "a common slanderer, a foul and malignant
falsifier, seven times convicted as such by a
jury of citizens in the criminal courts," and
calls its editor, G. K. Fitch, " the baffled Treas
ury vermin."
He says the ""Morning Call is too ihdiscov
erably insignificant* and utterly contemptible
to be more than mentioned in this connection,
as ai^unavoidable formality."
And charges the Alta with having been* a
secession sheet in 1861, with having offered t©
sell out to M'CleUan in. 1864, and* with now
being " nothing more than an enormous para-
site on the turgid shoulders of the Bulletin ."
- »♦♦- — -
The Central Pacific Railroad—A n
exchange says:.
The Company have new some ten thousand
men; mostly Chinese, at work, and they hope
to increase the number to fifteen thousand in
a month or two.. They have iron enough on
baud to complete the road to the north bend
of the Humboldt, 225 miles east.of Cisco, and
the road will be completed to that point.early
next season, when ifr will secure a large share
of the trade of Idaho. It will then command
an immense traffic from Utah and Nevada.
The net earnings in 1886 on only 42 (and for
part of the year, 94) miles ot road, .were $655,
883, or more than $109,000 more than enough
to pay the entire interest* on- the cost of 156
miles of completed road—that- is to the east,
line of the State of California. The road will
he a magnificent success beyond any contin
gency.
Independent. — J. G. McCalUnn, of El
Dorado, who was defeated for the nomination
for Congress, in the Radical Second- Congres
sional District of California, by Hartson, has
come out as an independent candidate for the
place. Ho is a most conceited demagogue..
- -
NEWS ITEMS..
A newly invented machine for milking
cows, is thus described : It is made chiefly of
india rubber, with four suction hose nozzles,
and an exhaust valve. The operator sits up to
a cow just the same as usual, claps on the suc
tion nozzles, works the handle ot the exhaust
pipe, and likedour calves, in less time than we
are writing,—unless she is an uncommon hard
milker—he sucks the cow dry.
The Rev. Father Buohard, S. J., perhaps
the most eloquent theologian on the coast, at
the conclusion of a late mission kt, Jacksonville,
Ogn., was presented with $136. by some Catho
lic ladies, uadi immediately donated the money
towards purchasing a library for the- congre
gation. .
A correspondent of the Chicago Tnouna,
who seems to apeak by the card, predicts that
the cars will makothe clear trip from-New
York to San Francisco, on the Overland rail
road, on or before July 4, 1870..
The Oregonian says partie» are trying to
procure a quartz mill in Portland to be located
in a newly discovered, rich quartz district on
the Middle Fork of Joka Day river, Grant
county, Ogn.
It is proposed to buiM. a bridge between
Dover, in- England,, and Calais, in France,
across the EnjJish channel, at an estimated
cost of $80.000,000.
J J. 8parks,. of Santa.Barbara, California,
who emigrated to that place in 1826, and had
lived there ever siupe, died at his residence,
June 17 th.
The corner stone of » new' Catholic Cathe
dral was laid with appropriate ceremonies at
«tnml peM&anflis*.
SPRING SUPPLY!
The Largest and Best Assorted Stock
......or......
merchandise
Eves Shipped fob Boise Basis, at
CHA'S J. BERNSTIEL'S
Fire Proof Briok Store,.
Corner Wall and Montgomery Sts^
TN ADDITION TO THE ALREADY
1 extensive, stock of goods on hand and constantly
arriving by pack trains and teams, this house has al
ready contracted for the freighting of 100,009 pounds
or General Merchandise for the demands- of this mar
ket, consisting in par t-ef staple and fancy
G-!ROOEniES,
Clothing and Staple I>f y Groods,.
Crockery and Glassware,
Liquors and Wines,
Tobacco and Segars,.
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,.
DPro visions,.
Canned G-oods,
Etc., Etc.,
Anb Every Description of
MINERS.' SUPPLIES!
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
R eta il I> ealersl
Hère and in the vicinity, will
FIND IT TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
To call and examine before purchasing elsewhere,
and see for themselves. The facilities
of ;this house being so extensive
I am enabled to offer
Superior Inducements to Purchasers
AND DEFY COMPETITION!
May 4, 1867.-nltf. C. J. BERN STIEL«.
GREAT CONFLAGRATION
...IN....
city rr
LAUER & SWINN
Ever Saved!"
 ND ARE OFFERING THEIR
large and well assorted stook of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
to their numerous friendB and customers, at*
The Same Old. I*rices
DON'T . FAIL TO GALL
-AT THE
OLD STA JST3D,
Main Street, : -: : : : : : Idaho City.
OTJR. MOTTOIS s ;
"Quick Sales and Small Profits."
Idaho City, May 25,1867. n6m3
REBUILT and: REOPENED.
Tantlne & € 0 »
H ave rebuilt upon their
old stand, corner of Main and Wall streets,
and have on hand a freehand larg» stock of
GENERAL M.E R C H-A ND IS Ei,
- ContiUing of- -
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars,
Hardware, Steel and Iron, Clothing, Boots,
Hats, Ac., Oils, Paints, Window Glass,
—Cutlery and Chains, Lamps,—
GLASSWARE A ND' CROCKERY,
And all for sale
"Wholesale or Retail,.
At prices to suit the times.
Idaho city, June 1, 1867. n8tf
NEW STOMEI
In Bryant's Building,
]&ain Street,................Idaho City,
(Two doors below the City Hotel.)
C WALKER HAS ESTABLISHED
•e a store in the above building where can at all
times be found a complete stock of
Family Gve^eries,
CANNED FRUITS,
PRESERVES,
SUPERFINE FLOUR,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS, So., So.,
Of the beat qualities offered in this market
Geods taken on Storage and Commission.
Particular attention will be given to the retail trade
of the city and vicinity. May 4; -nltf.
loots and stationery.
NEW GOODS!
TOYS !
TOYS !
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
NEW BOOKS
ETC., ETC, ETC.,
A-t* the Rost Office Booh Store,
(Post Office Building,)
MAIN STREET, - - - IDAHO CITY.
T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE CON
stantly on hand, at their establish- pdafuijB
ment in Idaho City,. an already com
plete stock of all articles to be found
ia.h Book Store, and will shortly add«™*®»
thereto large supplies of fresh goods, especially for
the season; to be sold at wholesale or retail}
CONSISTING OF
OF ALL KINDS,
BLANK BOOKS, DIARIES,
ALBUMS, PORTFOLIOS,
WRITING DESKS-,. BACKGAMMON,.
AND CASES, CRIB AND
TOY BOOKS; CHESS BOARDS
OF ALL KINDS; AND MEN,
Ot different styles and prices.
-o--
Musical InstrumentSj
ACCORDEONS, FLUTINAS,
VIOLINS, FLUTES & FIFES,
BANJO HEADS, VIOLIN AND
FLAGEOLETS, BANJO STRINGS,
All of the very best qualities.
——o
Juvenile Books,
From the indestructible Linen Picture Book, for
babies, to Fairy Books aud Tales-of Adven-
ture for Children of a larger growth.
- o> -
O 3sl i 1 «X *?■©XL m' Toys.
Guns, Swords, Flags, Drums,
Küchen sets, Tope,. Whips, Marbles,
Ac., Ac., Ao,. Ac.
GAMES & PUZZLES OF ALL KINDS,
And a splendid lot of
Pine, Dressed Dolls;
Wax, China and Papier Mache.
Artists' Materials, Draughting Instrumenta, . Paint
Boxes, Drawing Paper, Perforated Paper, Ac,
WHICH WILL ALT. BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
Néw Books constantly received for our
cmooi&Tms usami
The charge for reading which is only
$3.50 Per Month!
gjnwlnj and -Watrlus.
JACOB GRAF...................... D. B. K1MMEL.
CRAF & KIMNIEL,
JEWELERS l WATCHMAKERS.
.....AMD• DEALKB8 IN....
WATCHES, O CLOCKS,
MAIN STREET, - -
dJC.,
- — IDAHO CITYu
OPPOSITE THE POST OEFICE.
C ONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL 8ELEOTED
stock of all that pertains to a jewelry establish
ment. We are also prepared to
UEANUFACTIHRJE! AiMMIR
all kinds of Jewelry and Watches in the most work
manlike manner—guaranteeing satisfaction.
LETTER CUTTING, ENGRAVING,
And Enameling done to order.
Orders from the country solicited and promptly at
tended to. n lt£
HECKMAN A DICKINSON,
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
AND DEAEEBS IN •
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
H
J* IE W E LR Y,.
Silver Plated Wake, Fine Cutlery, &c.,
IVFain Mtneet',.üd.aho City,
AVE: ON HAND' AND TO
__arrive, a firva and large stock, suitable.
for all classes of customers. Always on hand
every article that may be had in a
FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE.
Jewelry manufactured in all 1 the latest and most ap
I proved styles.
Particular attenl ion paid'to repair
ing Fine 'Watches
We guarantee entire satisfaction to all who may fa
vor us with their patronage. Connected with
the establishment is an
ASSOIT OI'PIOB.
May 4, 1867.. nltf
rU&ZtlTVAl!! FURNITURE!
C. POMEROY WOULD
J? • say to the citizens of Idaho City
and vicinity that hie is prepared to fill all
orders for furniture with dispatch. Fur
niture manufactured or repaired in the
neatest style and most durable manner.
Shop on North side of Wall street, op
posite and two doors below Masonic HaU. Give him
a call and a trial. June 5, 1867-n9tf.
Family* Grocery Store!
N icholson & clark have re
built and and Reopened their Family Grocery
and Provision Store on the old stand, west side Main
st., below . Bear Run, and will be. glad to again, see all
their old customers and everybody who wants goods
in their line.. Liquors, Cigars and .Tobacco, also
on hand. We sell low.
Goods taken on Commission, or for Storage. [n7tf
W E HAVE IN STOCK A FINE ASSORTMENT
of Highlander No. 1 and 2 Cards; also a lot of
well assorted Cigars, -which we will sell cheap for
cash, nltf POWELL & COE.
•Railroads and stages.
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD
OPEN TO CISCO!
93 Miles from Sacramento,
For Freight and- Passengers.
D AILY TRAINS (Sundays Excfptf.d) LEAVE
t Sacramento and connect at CISCO with the
Stages of the Pioneer Stage Company, for
VIRGINIA CITY, AUSTIN,
And all parts of Nevada ; also, connect with the
Overland. Mail Stages
......FOB......
GREAT SALT LAKE CITY,
And all parts of Utah and Montana. The stages of
the Pioneer Stage Company connect at HUNT
ER'S, on Truckee River, with
Bill BeacKey's XjIxxo,
Te Ruby and Silver Cities, Owyhee; also Boise and
Idaho Cities, Placerville, Centerville, and all parts
of Idaho. This extension of the
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD,
In connection with the new wagon road now open
via Humboldt river, will enable passengers between
Idaho Territory, Owÿhee and California to
MAKE THE TRIP IN FOUR DAYS,
being much less time than by any other route, and
one-half the time formerly consumed via the Colum
bia river ; also at much less risk and expense. Ar
rangements for transporting freight have been made
to guarantee Speed, Promptness and Economy and
•«voiding delays and damage. The past season the
bulk of merchandise for Owyhee district has taken
this route with satisfaction to the shippers. The
Railroad is progressing rapidly, constantly shorten
ing the conveyance by teams and reducing the rate
of transportation. Shippers and merchants are re
quested to try this route, and shippers are assured
that freight will receive dispatch and cabeful
HANDLING.
^"Information of the routes cheerfully given by
our Agents. A. G. RICHARDSON,
General Freight and Passenger Agent.
LELAND 8T AN FORD,
President C. P. R. R. CO.
Office of the Company : San Francisco, cor. Front
and California streets, rooms 5 and 6, up stairs.
December 29, 1866. nltf
HILL BEACHEY'S
Railroad Stage Line!
THROUGH TO SAH FRKNCISCO
Xn Five Bays !
--♦♦♦-
For Sacramento,
...... VIA ......
HUMBOLDT & VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA,
... .CONNECTING WITH THE....
PIONEER STAGES
At HUNTER'S STATION, On Tbuckee Riveb;
.... thence with the ....
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD,
At Cisco, ninety-three miles from Sacramento ;
Crossing the Sierra Nevada Mountains
BY RAILROAD!
Speed, Promptness, Economy,
Are guaranteed by arrangements made for the
TRANSPORTATION OF FREIGHT!
And shippers are assured that all JTreight
WILL AVOID DELAYS & DAMAGE
.... And will-alao receive......
Dispatch and Careful Handling!
THE STAGES LEAVE.
Rfbt City, LT,,
ITv © r y Other Bay,
1 Connecting with
Haley* Greathouse & C&'s St«age9
From Idaho and Boise Cities.
Fare from Ruby and Silver Cities
to Hunter's Station, S75 OO..
For further particulars inquire at the office at the
Idaho Hotel, Silver City, or of H. B. LANE,
Agent at Boise City.
HILL BEACHEY. Proprietor.
Boise Basin Stage Line!
P -INK HAM'S LINE 0E STAGES
continue to run daily from Ida
ho City to Centerville, Placerville, Pi
oneer City, and back, carrying the U. ^
8. Mails and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s f.t.
press. Stage leaves Idaho City every morning (Sun
day»-included) at 7 o'clock, and returns between 4 and
5. o'clock, afternoon.
For-passage apply at the office to *
ED. PINKHAM, Proprietor.
Idaho city, June 5, 1867--n9tf.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
D RYDK McCLINTOCK & STEW
' ART are prepared to make contracts tor sup
plying
PUBLIC. HOUSES, SIC RES* AND FAMILIES
In Idaho City and vicinity, with pure clear Ice during
the season, and. will-furniah it.
At Lower P r i c e s
Than any one else in the business can.
Idaho city, May 8, 1867. n2tf.
W ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
&o., Ac. for sale and repaired and warranted
[Ultf] By C. WALKER.
20,000
LBS. NO. 1 BACON, at
ANDliEWS k CO.'S, Wallstreet.
A LARGE STOCK OK LIQUORS BY THE PACKAGE
at ANDREWS k CO.'S. Wall street.
FINK STOCK OF LEATHER AND GUM BOOTS
. at ANDREWS & CO.'s, Wall street.
pp! giflMrttefluxntë.
SUMMONS
TERRITORY OF IDAHO,
U. S. Rev. Stamp 60c.
88 Cancelled.
County of Boise. }
Moses H. Kerupner ) In the District Court, for the
versus { Territory of Idaho,
Smith A Larue. ) Second Judicial District.
To A. LARUE, Defendant:
TN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE
A of the United States in the Territory of Idaho:
You are hereby notified that there is now on file in.
the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the 2d
Judicial District of said Territory, in Idaho City,
county of Boise, the complaint of Moses H. Kemp
ner, plaintiff, demanding judgment agiinst you lor
the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars,
(damages) and for costs of suit, and that unless you
appear and answer to said complaint within ten day»
after the service hereof, if served within Boise coun
ty, and within twenty days if served out of said coun
ter, but within said Judicial District; and within forty
days if served out of sail District, (exclusive of the
day of service,) judgment will be taken against you
by default for thepum of $2,500 and costs of suit.
In testimony whereof, I, W. B. Smith, Clerk of
said District court, have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said court, at
Idaho City, this 1st day of June, a. d 1867.
W. B. SMITH, Clerk of District Court.
Ainslie & Fo< te, Plt'ffs Attorneys. n9days 30.
SUMMONS.
TERRITORY OF IDAHO, I __ U. S. Rev. Stamp 50c.
County of Boise. ), Cancelled.
Ellen C Bushall 1 In the District Court for the
versus ( Territory of Idaho,
Edward Bushall.) Second Judicial District.
To EDWARD BUSHALL, Defendant:
TN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE
A of the United States in the Territory of Idaho:
You are hereby notified, that there is now on file in
the office ot the Clerk of the District Court of the 2d
Judicial District of said Territory, in Idaho City,
county of Boise, the complaint of Ellen. C. Bushall.
plaintiff, demanding judgment that the bonds of
matrimony existing between herself and yourself bo
dissolved upon the grounds of cruel and harsh treat
ment, and that you have failed to provide her with
the common necessaries of life, and for costs of suit,
and that unless you appear and answer to said
complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if
served within Boise county, and within twenty days
if served out of said county, but within said Judicial
District; and within forty days if served out of said
district, (exclusive of the day of service,) default will
be taken against you, and the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
In testimony whereof, I, W. B. Smith, clerk of
said District Court, have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said court, at
Idaho City, this 4th day of June, A. D. Ib67.
nlüw4 W. B. SMITH,'Clerk District court.
Ainslie & Foote, Plaintiff 's Attorneys.
SUMMONS.
TERRITORY OF IDAHO, ( ou Revenue Stamp 50c.
canceled.
In the District Court
for the Territory of
Idaho, 2d Jud. Disk
County of Boise. },
Annie Cunningham* pl'ttf,
versus
Thos. H.' Cunningham, def't.
To THOMAS II. CUNNINGHAM, Defendant:
TN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE
A of the United States in the Territory of Idaho:
You are hereby notified that there is now on file in
the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the 2d
Judicial District of said Territory, in Idaho City,
County of Boise, the complaint of Annie Cunning
ham, plaintiff, praying that the bonds of matrimony
existing between herself and yourself be absolutely
aud foreyer annulled and dissolved (upon the ground«
of habitual intemperance and a failure to provide the
common necessaries of life for the plaintiff for more
than two years last past), and that unless you appear
and answer to said complaint within forty days after
the 15th day of July, 186/, exclusive of said day, de
fault will be taken against you aud the plaintiff will
apply to the Co».rt for the relief prayed for in her
complaint.
In testimony whereof I, W. B. Smith, Clerk of said
district Court, have hereunto set my band
ind affixed the seal of said Court at Idaho
City, this 14th day of June, a. d. 1867.
W. B. SMITH, '
Juno 15, 1867.-nl2w5. Clerk District tourt
Gtt.bert k Hf.ni.f.y, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
County Treasurer's Notice.
T he following walk ants on
the County General and Ten per Cent
Fund, will be paid if presented within Sixty Days
from, this notice, after which time any of them re
maining unpaid will be placed at the foot of the Re
gister:.
ON COUNTY FUND.
When
Issued.
To whom.
Drawn.
When
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Treasurer Boise County.
Idaho City, June-24, 1867. nl5-4w
,A.d.mini»trator*iä Notice.
■\T0TICK IS HEKEBY GIVEN TO
JLl the creditors of the estate of Patrick Mannion,
deceased, and to all persons having, claims against
said estate, to present the same to the undersigned.
Administrator thereof, at Idaho City, I. T., within
ten months from the date hereof; or the saire will be
forever barred. L P. LAMBING.
Jhne 21st, 1867.-nl4w4. Administrator.
Poll and Hospital Taxes.
TtTOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN TO
JL Y all who are indebted for Poll and Hospital Tai
es, in Boise county, 1. T., that the same are now due,
and collectable, aud their immediate payment at the
office of the County Asses »or and Collector, in Idaho.
City, is required, F. B. BRITTEN,
Assessor and Collector.
Idaho City, June 15, 1867.-nl2w4,
Saddles and Harness*
w. H. MARTIN-,.
ly/TANUFACTURER OF ALLi
IfA kinds of Saddle», Harness, and ar-|
tides in that line of. business, has. Rebuilt _.
and Reopened his Shop on the west side of Main at.,
below Bear Run, and is prepared to fill all orders.
Particular care given to all custom work, and
Repairing neatly done. U 7 tf
Vegetable Depot.
"JOHN PLANCICHCONTINUESBU
G sine8s, since the fire, in his fire-proof cellar, next
to the Post Office vault, .oa.Main street.
Early Fresh Vegetables and Fresh
Uutkexs-and ICggs,
Always on sale at cheap rates. Open from daylight
until midnights [n9tlV] Junes, 1867.
Dissolution Notice. 1
"VT OTIC E IS HEREBY GIVEN
JJ1 that the copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned in the manufacture and sale
of . lumber at Idaho City, under the firm name of Tay
lor A-Andrews, has been dissolved by mutual consent
All persons indebted to said firm will please call and
settle their accounts immediately.. Either party is .
authorized to sign in liquidation. All persons having
claims against said firm will present the same for set
tlement, as Mr. Andrews is about leavirg for the
States. The business will be conducted by J B. Tay
lor and O. W. Peterson, under the firm name of Tay
lor A Peterson. J. B TAYLOR,
G. W. ANDREWS.
Idaho city, June 28, 1867.-nl6w2i
1 000 ROLLS WALL PAPER,
X • For sale at BERNS
BERNSTIEL'£l»v „

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