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PLIGHTBÛ* Mia® to the core of the heart, my b^uty ! Mine, an mine.«and tor love, not duty: Love given willingly, full and free. Love for love's sate—as mine to thee. Duty's a slave that keeps the keys, But Love, the master, goes in and out Of his goodly chambers with song and shout* Just as he please—just as he please. Mine, from the dear head's crown, brown-golden, To the silken foot that's scarce beholden; Oive to a few friends hand or smile, Like a generous lady, now and awhile, But the sanctuary heart, that none dare win, • Keep holiest of hobest evermore ; The crowd in the aisles may watch the door, 'The high-priest only pntefrs in. Mine, my own, without doubts or terrors, With all thy goodpess, all thy errors, Unto me and to me alone revealed, *« A spring shut up, a fountain sealed. Many may praise thee—praise mine as thine, Many may love thee—I'll love them too ; But thy heart of hearts, pure, faithful, and true, Must be mine, mine wholly, and only mine. Mine '—God, I thank Thee that Thou hast given Something all mine on this side Heaven: Something as much myself to be As this my soul which I lift to Thee: Flesh of my flesh, bone of my bone, Life of my life, whom Thou dost make Two of the world for the world's work's sake— But each unto each, as in Thy sight, one. A.N aboriginal battle hymn, to the air " King of the Cannibal Islands," begins thu# : Oh ! how absurd philanthropists prate About the ♦* unfortunate Indian's fate;" They'd change, their ideas if they saw the rate That we massacre on the prairies. For we gobble emigrants every day, And capture forts unweariedly, And scalp the garrisons jollity, As we massacre on the prairies. Hinging —Rioting, ravaging Navajoes, Comanches, Blackfeet, Sioux and Crows, There's not a sensible white man but knows That we're masters of the prairie*;. Gushing.— The editor of the Columbus (Georgia) Sun heard the following, delicious chant recently : One golden tress of dis har L'll twine Kn my helmick's sable ploom, And den in some well warmed workus hall I'll seek a freedman's doom; And if by de watchman's- hand I falls, As I sneaks 'round de town ov nights,, I ax jest one tear from Lizabeth dear. For dis champion ©f equal, rites* MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Prof. Doremus once placed a linen hand. Lcrchief in the explosive- condition- of gun cot ton, and threw it into the wash. Bridget wash ed, dried and sprinkled it ready tor ironing, without a suspicion of its character». The mo ment she placed the hot iron- upon it, the hand kerchief vanished, into thin air, nearly fright ening the poor girl out of her senses. Had this occurred-an age ago, the Professor would have passed for a " limb of Satan."* Curran was one day engaged, in a legal ar gument His colleague, standing behind him, was a tall, lank, and lean, man,, w ho had ori ginally intended to take orders. The judge remarked that the case before him involved, a question of ecclesiastical law ; and on hear ing this Curran responded, " Then I can refer your lordship to a high authority behind me, who was once intended for the^ church, though in my opinion he was-fitter for the steeple." The St Louis Democrat claims for that city a population of 210,000, aud says that it has 20,000 voters on. the registry list. A large number of the white males over 21 years of age were disfranchised. Wendell Phillips says that Gen.. Grant " is either a fool or a rebel !" He says that at home, Wilson, Sumner and the rest " outRhdi. ical" him, but they are too tame when they get to Congress. Hawthorne once said, after speaking of the Mississippi Valley •."'After alt we Yan kees are but a fringe on the garment of the West." The New Orleans Time », Picayune and Cres cent, it is reported, have received an admoni tion from Gen. Sheridan not to indulge in de nunciation of the Reconstruction law. The owner of a woolen mill in Austria, re cently committed suicide, because at the recent marriage of his daughter, her veil was acci dentally torn in two. The Board, of Education of Troy, New York, by a vote of 7 to 9, has refused to rescind the rule denying to colored children right of ad mission to the High School. There are now thirteen cotton factories in operation in Tennessee, worth nearly a milita* of dollars, and employiag ever nine hundred operatives. A Printer in Texas, whose son. happened to be a fat little fellow, named him Brevier .Fullface Jones. Excited Frenchman at Niagara Fails - "Ah, •lis is de- grand spectakel! Supaatb! Magni fique ! By Gar ! He is come down first-rate l" The Catholic churches in the diocese of Phil adelphia have sent $58,000 to the aid of the Pope. The first gold discovered iu the United .States, was found in Cabarrus county, North < arolina, in 1799. There are said to be seven Congregational churches in Provideace^ Rhode Island, without pastors. A Catholic Cathedral^ to be the largest in America, and to cost $2,000,000, will be built in St. Louis.. China has 400,000,000 people and 4,088,000 square miles. Wilton r Maine,, has a woman seven feet high and w eighing 350 pounds. billing's-gait. If you do n't beleave in " total depravity," buy a quart ov New England rum, and study it. Men aint apt tu be kickt out uv good socie ty for bein ritch. Az a general thing when a wOmam wears the britches,, she has a good rite tew them. It u admitted now by everyboddy, that the roan who kan git fat on. berlotiy sarsage, haz. got a good deal of dorg in him. I hav n't got so mach muany as sum folks, bot I have got as much impudence as enny ov them, and that iz the next thing tew muany. " Tell the truth and shame the Devil." I know lots ov people who ken shame the Devil ea«y enuff, but the tother thing bothers them. Sekt» and creeds of religion are like pocket cumpusses—good enuff tu pinte out the direc tion. but the nearer the pole you git, the wuss tha work. Œenfral SPRING SUPPLY! The Largest and Best Assorted Stock MERCHANDISE Ever Shipped fob Boise Basin; at CHA'S J. BEMSTIEL'S Fire Proof Brick Store, fjorner Wall anc? lYIorrtgosraery Sts.,, tn addition to the already JL extensive stock of goods on hand and constantly arriving by pack trains and teams, this house has al ready contracted for the freighting of 100,000-pounds ol General Merchandise for the demands of . this mar ket, consisting in part of staple and fancy GROCERIES, Clothing and. Staple Dry Goods, Crockery and Glassware,. Liquors and Wines* Tobacco and Segavs* Bootsand Shoes*. Hardware^ I*ro visions^ Canned Goods* Etc., Bite.*. And Every Description of MINERS' SUPPLIES! AT WHOLESALE. OB RETAIL. Retail Dealèrsî Here 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 (am enabled to offer Superior Inducements to Purchasers AND DEFY COMPETITION! May 4, 1867.-nltf. C. J. BERN STIEL. GREAT CONFLAGRATION .IN'. CITY ll LAUER & SWINN Ever Saved ! • e A nd are offering their large and well assorted stock of. GENEBAL MEBCHANDISE I to their numerous friends and customers, at Tlie Same Old Thrice» DON'T FAIL TO GALL -AT THE OUD STAINTID, Main Street* s- : ::::: Idaho, City. OUR MOTTO IS i "Quick Sales and Small Profits," Idaho City, May 25,. 1857. n6m3 REBUILT and EE0PENED. H Vautine & Co. AYE REBUILT UPON THEIR old stand, comer of Main and Wall streets, and have on. hand a fresh and 1 large stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, - Consisting of - GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars , Hardware, Steel and Iron, Clothitag. Boots, Hats, Ac., Oils, Paints, Window Glass, —Cutlery and Chains, Lamps,— GLASSWARE AND CROCKERY, And all- for sale Wholesale or Retail* At prices to suit the times.. Idaho city, June 1, 1867. n8tf NEW STORE! In Bryant's Building, Main Street,.................Idaho City, (Two door8 below the City Hotel.) C WALKER HAS ESTABLISHED • a store in the above building where can at ail times be found a complete stock of Family Groceries, CANNED FRUITS-* PRESERVES, SUPERFINE FLOUR, TOBACCO AND CIGARS , êc. t Sc., Of the best qualities offered in this market. Good? taken on Storage and Commission. Particular attention will be given tp the retail trade of the city and vicinity. May 4.-nltf. Musical instruments! ftoakis and JSMonmj. EW GOODS! TOYS I TOYS r KTZETW BOOKS ETC., ETC, ETC.,. At the Rost Office- Roolt Store* (Post Oßce Building,) MAIN STREET, - ■ • IDAHO CITY. T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE CON stantly on hand, at their establish- mfmfm ment in Idaho City, , an already corn plete stock of all articles to be found in a Book Store, and will shortly add thereto large supplies of fresh goods, especially for toe season,. tobe soldat wholesale or retail; CONSISTING OF STATIONS! OF ALL KINDS,. blank Books, diaries, ,ALBUMS r PORTFOLIOS, J WRITING DESKS,. BACKGAMMO»,. AND* CASES-, CRIB AND TOY BOOKS; CHESS BOARDS OF ALL KINDS-. AND MEN, Gf different styles and prices, - 0 ------ Musical Instrument», ACCORDEONS;. FLUTINAS, VIOLINS, FLUTES & FIFES;. BANJO BEADS,. VIOLIN AND FLAG EOI JETS,. BANJO STRINGS, All of- toe very best qualities. - o J ht en lie Boo*k^ From toe indestructible Linen Picture Book, for babies, to Fairy Books and Tales of Adven- ture for Children of a larger growth. -o ......— Children s' Toys» Guns, Swords, Flags, Drums, Kitchen sets, Tops, Whips; Marbles,. &c., &c., Ac.. Ac. GAMES & PUZZLES OP ALL KINDS, And a splendid lot of Fine, Dressed IXo 11s; Wax, China and Papier Mache. Artists' Materials, Draughting Instruments, Paint Boxes, Drawing Paper, Perforated Paper, Ac. WHICH WILL ALL BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASHl -O ..... — New Books constantly received for our DtRCMATtSe UBRSBV! The charge for reading which is only 8Ü.5Ö Per Month! CLAYTON YALE , [nHff ■( C. T. BLAKE. frnvlty and WatrUcji. 1 JACOB GRAF. ................D. B. KIM MEL. GRAF & KIMME L, ....AND DEALERS IN. WATCHES, O CLOCKS, JEWELRY, CÄ30-, MAIM STREET, - - - - IDAHO CITY. OPPOSITE THE POST OEFICE. l^NSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL* SELECTED stock of alt that pertains to a jewelry establish ment. We are-also prepared to axAiroTACTTr&xi & rkpaib. all kinds of Jewelry and: Watches in the most work manlike manner—guaranteeing satisfaction. LETTER GUTTING, ENGRAVING, Ami Enameling done to order. Orders from toe country solicited and promptly at tended to. nltf. HECKMAN & DICKINSON, Watchmakers and Jewelers, AND DEAEEBS IN WATCHES, CLOCKS? •T K W E LR Y , Silver Plated Ware, Fine Cutlery, &c., INI »in IStreet, Idaho City,. H ave on hand and to arrive, a fi» and large stock, suitable for all classes of customers. Always o» hand! every article that may be had. in a FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE. Jewelry manufactured- in all the latest and most ap proved styles. Particular attention 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 ASSAY OFFICE. , May 4, 1867. u-ltf FURNITURE! FURNITURE! F C. POMEROY WOULD » say to the citizens of Idaho City' and vicinity that he is prepared- to fill aü orders for furniture-with dispatch. Fur niture manufactured or repaired in toe neatest style and most durable manner. Shop on North side of Wall street, op posite and two doors below Masonic Hall. Give him a call and a trial. June 5,1867-n9tf. Family Grocery Store ! XTICHOLSON & CLARK HAVE RE A v 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.. #3"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 à COE. gailrcafls aud stages. mm PACIFIC » zEJtxvnr OPEN TO CISCO! 98 Miles- from Sacramento, Fbr Freight and Passengers. fYAILY TRAINS (Sundays Exceptf.d) LEAVE I 9 Sacramento and connect at' CISCO with toe Stages of. the Pioneer Stage Company, for VIRGINIA CITY, AUSTIN, And all parts of Nevada ; also, connect with toe Overland. Mail Stage s GREAT SALT BAKE CITY, Anckall parts of Utah and Montana. The stages of the Pioneer Stage Company connect at HUNT ER'S, on - Truckee River, with 3SC1.11 Beaoliey's XjIxjlo, To 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 toe new wagon road now open via Humboldt river,, will enable passengers between Idaho Territory, Owyhee 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 toe 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 cakeful HANDLING. jfcgrinfonnation of toe rodtes cheerfully given by our Agents. A. G. RICHARDSON, General Freight and Passenger Agent. LEIAND STANFORD, President C. P. R. R. CO.. Office of the Company : San Francisco,, cor. Ftont and California streets, rooms 5 and 6, up stairs. December 29, 1866. nltf HILL BEACHEY'S Railroad Stage Line! THROUGH TO SAN FRANCISCO Zxl Five Days ! For Saeramento^ VIA. HUMB01DT & VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA, .CONNECTING WITH THB., PIONEER STAGES At HUNTER'S STATION,. On Tbdckee River; ____thence with toe .... CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD, At CISCO; ninety-three miles-from Sacramento}. Crossing the Sierra* Nevada Mountains BY RAILROAD 1 Speed, Promptness, Economy, Are guaranteed by arrangements made for the TRANSPORTATION OF FREIGHT! And shippers are assured that all Freight WILL AVOID DELAYS & DAMAGE ...... And will also receive.. . .. Dispatch: and Careful Handling ! THE STAGES LEAVE Bdby City, L T.,. # ET v or y Otlier Day f Connecting with Haley, Greathouse & CoJs Stages From Idaho and Boise Cities. Fare from Ruby and Silver Cities to Hunter's Station, $75 OO Vor further particulars- inquire at the office at the Idaho Hotel, Silver City, or of H. B. LANK, Agent at Boise City. HILL BEACHEY, Proprietor. Boise Basin Stage Line! P INKHAM'S LINE OF STAGES continue to run daily from Ida ho City to Centerville, Placerville, Pi oncer City, and back, carrying the U. S. Mail* and Wells, Fargo- & Co. 's Ex- mSsljÊZ sSzH press. Stage leaves Idaho City every morning (-Sun days included) at 7 o'clock, and returns between 4 and 5- o'clock, afternoon. For passage apply at toe office to ED. PINKHAM, Proprietor. Idaho city, June 5, 18C7.-n9tf. ICE! ICE! ICE! D RYDE McCLINTOCK & STEW ART are prepared to make contracts for sup plying PUBLIC HGB&ES, STORES AND FAMI1IES In Idaho City and vicinity, with pure clear Ice during the season, and will furnish it At Lower* Prices Than any one else in the business can. Idaho city. May 8, 1867. n2tf. W ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &c., &c. for sale and repaired and warranted [nltf] By C. WALKER. OA A AH LBS. NO. 1 BACON, at ^U,UUU ANDREWS & CO.'S, Wall street. A LARGE STOCK OF LIQUORS BY THE PACKAGE at ANDREWS & CO.'S. Wall street. FINE STOCK OV LEATHER AND GUM BOOTS at -----ANDREWS A C0.'« r Wall street. pjal sum:m;ojvh. Revenue Stamp 50c. canceled. In toe District Court for the Territory of Idaho, 2d Jud. Diet. TERRITORY OF IDAHO, ) „ County of Boise. j ' Annie Cunningham, pl'tff,, versus Thos. H. Cunningham, def't. To THOMAS H. CUNNINGHAM, Defendant: I N THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE of the United States in the Territory of Idaho: You are hereby notified that there i3 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 and-forever annulled and dissolved (upon the grounds of habitual intemperance and a failure to provide the common necessaries of life for the plaintiff for more than two years hist past), and that unless you appear and answer to said complaint within forty days after toe 15th day of July, 1867, exclusive of said day, de fault will be taken against you and the plaintiff will apply to the Count for the relief prayed for in her complaint, M . . Tn testimony where*! I, W. B. Smith, Cler*. of said District Court, have hereunto set my hand ind affixed the seal of said Court at Idaho City, this 14th day of June, a. d. 1867. W. B. SMITH, June 15,1867.-nl2w5. Clerk District Court. Gilbert & Henley, Attorneys for Plaintiff. _ County Treasurer's Notice. T he following warrants on the County General and Ten per Cent Fund, will b< paid, if presented within Sixty Days from this notice, after which time any of them re maining unpaid will be placed at toe foot of toe Re gister: ON COUNTY FUND. When Issued. To whom Drawn. When Registered. No. of War't Am't. John Ewing,.. May 13,1864. 733 150 00 Do....... fc* 772 50 OO Do....... «< 773 50 OO Do....... it 774 50 OO Do....... •t 775 50 OO Do....... it 776 : 50 OO D. S. Holton,. a 1581 27 75 S. Pinkham,.. 16, 1045 74 37 ApL 6, 1865. TEN PEB CENT WARBANTS. A. O. Bowen,. Apl. 7, 1865, Do....... Do....... J. M. Murphy Do....... JL Slocum,... 8, 104| 1211 130! 176 178 204 50 OO 25 25 25 25 50 OO 25 00 50 OO* J. W. WOOD, Treasurer Boise County. Idaho,City, June 24,1867. nlo-4w Dissolution Notice. ■\rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN v that toe copartnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned in the manufacture and saltv of lumber at Idaho City, under the firm name of Tay lbr & Andrew«, has been dissolved by mutual consent. Ail-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 leaving for the States. The business will be conducted by «T B. Tay 16r and O. W. Peterson, under toe firm name of Tay lor A Peterson. J. B TAYLOR, G. W. ANDREWS. Idaho city, June 28, 1867.-nl6w2. Administrator's Notice* Ih the matter of the Estate of THOMAS HIGGINS, de ceased; Probate Court, Boise County, I. T. : A ll persons having claims against the estate of Thos- Higgins, deceased, are notified to present toe same to the undersigned, administrator of said estate, within ten months from toe date of thiB notice, at his residence in the town of Placerville, Boise Co., L T., with the necessary vouchers, or the same will be barred ; and any and all persons indèbted to said estate will make immediate payment of the same to the undersigned, at his resi dence aforesaid. HENRY IRWIN, Adm'r of the Estate of Thos. Higgins, dec'd. July 1st, 1867,-nl8w4*____ Administrator's Notice* "VTOTICE IS hereby given to -Ll the creditors of the estate of Patrick Marmion, deceased, and to all persons- having claims against said estate, to present the same to the undersigned, Administrator thereof, at Idaho City, L T., within ten months from the date hereof, or the same will be forever barred. I. P. LAMBING, June 21st, 1867.rnl4w4. Administrator. __i_ ..— Foil and Hospital Taxes. ■\r 0 T I C E IS HEREBY GIVEN TO Ax all who are indebted for Poll and Hospital Tax es, in Boise county, L T., that toe same are now due, aud collectable, and their immediate payment at tho office of the County Assessor and Collector, in Idaho City, is required, F. B. BRITTEN, Assessor and Collector. Idaho City, June 15, 1867.»nl2w4. FLOUR DEPOT! J. R. WILKINSON HA8 PURCHASED THE BRICK BUILDING ON COMMERCIAL STREET, Between Main and Montgomery, AND OPENED A DEPOT FOB HIS BANNER MILLS,. FL0URÎ HE WILL BE PREPARED, AT ALL TIMES, To-fill orders From 1,000 to 500,000 Pounds*. Idaho City, May 8, 1867: n2tf. TOMB-STONE8. MARBLE WORK. T he undersigned has estab liahed a Marble Yard and Stone Cutting. Shop for wort in his Mne with skill, neatness and fidelity, in Iu Boiee City, aud is-prepared to execute all orders, the shortest possible time. I have a quarry from which stone of an excellent quality is obtained for Head and Tombst nes, and the lettering and sculp ture will be executed in most artistic styles. Orders from adjoining counties pcomptly attended to, and personal supervision given to setting gravestones, if required. It jr Orders at Idaho City or in Boise Ba sin can be left at the World office, er at the Boise Bakery ®f DonahoJk Bvuee. Boise City, May 6, '<i7.-n2tf. p. J. QUINN. Intelligence Office. K UM AH MOE (CHARLEY) H, just established an office on. Commercial str oppositc the old Times office, where he will atteiu the furnishing of work hands, transfer of min claims or working the same o» shares. Possess« thorough knowledge of the English and Chinese 1 "uagea, he claims advantages in the transactioi lusiness between: toe Americans aud Chinamen. Idaho City, May 14, 186.7.-n4m3. Saddles and Harness W. H. MASTIN, M anufacturer of all kinds of Saddles, Harness, and ar-i tides in that line of business, has Rebuilt -, and Reopened his Shop on the west side of Main . below Bear Run, and is prepared to fill all orders. ASP Particular care given, to all custom work, a Repairing neatly done. n 7t w INDOW GLAS S—ASSORTED SIZES—FC Sale at CHIPMAN'S DRUG STOR! O NE HUNDRED KEG3 "EXTRA" NO. 1 ISTHMUS Butter foi sale by ANDREWS & C0-