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. I ? / «r<i« i 19 ktl « Afiiti lonain i.i UM TJii BU f:5 O'J J ns * .Ï <T /»■■« «... • t9 |i f • ft I* : «SI °txvi T».l■rys »• '5 öühM sal _—, THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS r JJIlE ^UBLIC GOOD. = r-±- -- Vol.L IDAHO CITYÎ BOISE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1864. No. 2. -e Jdato PUBLISHED Ei' ER Y SATURDAY MOUSING BY H. B O \VMA N & CO H. C. STREET, Editor. TERMS INVARIABLY m ADVANCE. Hates of Subscription: Ona year, - - - - - . . / * Six mart lis-, ....... Three month», -...... Single copies,....... Hates of Advertising : Pet square, ton lines or less, first insertion, : : « « •• " " each subsequent in. « •* « « 44 three months, i : « « " « 44 oue year, : : $12 00 . 7 00. 4 00. 50. : $5. _ 2 : 12 40 Agents for tlie Idaho World. Thob. Uoyce, northeast corner Montgomery and Wash ington street, up stairs, San Francisco. Cal. J C. R. Street, Cal. Express office, Marysville, Cal. S. J. McCormick. Portland. Oregon. M. J. Aixphix. Dalles city, Oregon. Oapt TH Mt'lixr, GRAV ' } Canyon ci 'y» Oregon. * A. II. Brown— Wells, Faigo A Co.'s agent, Auburn, Or egon. Powell & Coe, Umatilla, Oregon. A. A, Mix, Walla Walla. . i ...........• 1 Utzards iu a Man's SStomach—Kemarka abie Cur# by a Gipsy. A correspondent of the Halifax, Nova Sco tia Sun, tells a remarkable story relative to the ease of James Mulock, a farmerof Bath urst n# that province. He had been out of health for sometime, aad no one could tell the cause of hi* disease. Finally a gipsy woman offered to cure him for the sum of $100. She took him to her camp, handcuffed him and bound bis feet, and fed him on salt pork. She said she knew the man bad some sort of a reptile in his stomach ; must eat salt pork and abstain wholly from water. At the expiration of a day or two, when the man was almost dead with thirst, she made him lie down by a spring and put a pan of water near bis mouth. In about ten minutes a large green lizard was seen peeping out between his lips, in a short time after, accompanied by Another of the same .size and color, jump ed from bis mouth into the water. Five minutes later three more came out. After waiting an hour, and no more making their appearance, the gipsey said they were all out suxd poured some water on the patient's fore head. She then gave him a spoonful of wa ter to drink. She kept him confined that day and the next, gradually increasing the allow ance of water. The man is now well and weighs one hundred and sixty pounds, having fallen away, during his 6ecknesp, to seventy-eight pounds. The lizards are of a bottle green color, about five inches long, red eyes and J orked tongues. There is a oeculiarity about hem different from the ordtuary lizard tribe, there being only two feet, and sloping from thence in a wedge into a tail. Two of them have been preserved in spirits aud forwarded to Prof. Aagassiz, o1 Harvard University.— One is preserved in spirits and is kept in Mr. Ferguson's office, and the other two were forwarded tô Prof. Jack, who has written to a legal gentleman to say that these are the only specimens he has ever met with, with the exception of one found in the Museum of Munich, that is called the Laceria homo, in the language of the schools ; and the Munich specimen was supposed to be the only one extant, although it is well known to the an cients. Salt for Bed-Bugs. —A correspondent of the ■Glean Advertiser presents the following to the editor as a remedy for the above-named vermin • If any of yonr readers need a sure remedy for bed bwgs, they can have mine and cleanse tbe house of these troublesome vermiri with out expense. They have only to wash with salt aud water, tilling tbe cracks where they frequent with Salt, and you may look in vain for them. Salt seems inimical to bed bugs and they will not trail through it. I think it preferable to all " ointments," and the buyer requires no certificate as to its genuineness. A l#dy and gentleman in Liverpool, Eng., were disturbed in their slumber recently by the noise of a slight move under their bed. The lady expressed alarm, but her somewhat sleepy cary sposy said, " Oh, it's only one of ^the dogs*," and putting his hand down by the leide of the bed, üe called, ( 'Lion, Lion," and liis band b$,*ng licked, after a moment the pair were satiÄiS* and they soon slumbered Rgam peacefully. In the morning they found at all their money and jewelry had disap >rd, and it was clear that the lick had been a dernier resort of An ingenious biped oa®cealed under tbe bed. ÂBRSSTBb, —Capt. Tiühnor and son of Port Orford, have both been arrested and sent to Fort Alcatraz, on account sf some interfer ence with the revenue law in that district.— The Government must not arrest all the loyal Abolition office-holding scoundrels on thi^ coast, or tbe capacity "of Fort Alcatraz will b«.ve to be increased.—(*Or^ Arena. * ui We have observed for a long time that the "H 1 ws is especially favorable on Monday L ; timings. Why this is so we are unable to B :y, unless it is because Sunday affords am ple leisure to elaborate details of victories, which have more than once heretbfore proven to be pure fictions.—[Dayton (0.) Empire. A Voluntary Union.— is our ^voluticn * üry fathers made a voluntary Unicoi of States, and would not have a state that was tot a Willing member of the Union, why cannot we their descendants, now imitate their example? Can't we stand on tbe platform of 1789 £Jj j -e j Allison's Placerville Bulletin. Bead the following and see to what extent the sycophantic tools of " Old Abe" carry their prejudice. " Oh, ye patriotic cusses," your patriotism is not of the heart but com eth from your lengthy pockets and your ar dent desire for position, a la Cameron the distinguished minister : * The Vacant Chief-Justiceship. —Roger B". Taney, Chief-Justice of the Supreme Court of tbe United «States, is dead. Such is the bub dsn of a confirmed message transmitted over the electric wires. The sage and venerable jjurist who gave talent to bis country, but WHO HAS ALSO LEFT US A DrED ÖCOTT DECISION, bas gone to a tribunal higher and more right eously just than that over which bepresided, and fr^m whose decision there is no appeal— not even the beautiful spirits who " walk the the golden streets," and dwell in the eternal temple of Unerring Justice. We cannot say Judge Taney out-lived his usefulnss. We bold such a proposition to be simply prepos terous*; and it were foolishly wicked for po litical reasons to rejoice over his demise, as to sneer at the fiat of the " King of Terrors " whose office it was to call him hençe. But a tew years since, we heard men express p wish that Judge Taney might die before the last scene of Buchanan's active infamy was closed, so that a successor, with longer lease of life, ttnrl onfovtuininr? ^ QAlinr] ^ fifiîit.irfll V 1 PW 9 . and entertaining "sound" political views could be appointed previous to the inaugura tioo of Abraham Lincoln—that tbe imps of nether hades might secure a safer tool to per petuate their torments upon the sons of men. The wish—regardless of the motive—was wrong, and can only be excused by remem bering the heat of political excitement.' While the sad event we are called to note must and should clothe the land in habiliments of re spectful woe, tbe thinking mind will discern another wave of the wand of destiny—anoth er motion of the finger of our National Prov idence, as it points toward the goal of peace, liberty, and a hitherto nnequaled prosperity. Peace to tbe manes of Judge Taney. By the " imps of nether hades," they mean Southern men and Democrats. Good fob " Our Opponents."— The follow ing from tbe Oregonian of the 20th inst., an intense abolition organ, is proof positive of that great "shoppin" now going on the minds of tbe ''Great American People." The éditer «f tbe tNujbffîattf w Migucn Urtta ai w t p r op* erly, seems afraid that his party will be ac cused of " perfidy." When " perfidy " itself accuses, as it has done with that party since March 4th, 1*61—man, the feeble creature, can make no accusation, but men in their majesty will substantiate your perfidy on the 8th of November by displacing the " Little Joker" and placing " Littiemac" in the na tion's chair. Read this and take comfort : " Abe and Andy Club Room. —Mr. Veeder, the gentlemanly proprietor of the Pioneer Hotel, has fitted up a finely appointed room, and tendered it to the Lincoln Clpb. The Club have accepted of the room, and the transparency was illuminated before tbe door last evening. The regular meeting of the Club is not all. that is necessary, this room needs to be well supplied with reading matter, and made an interesting re sort for Union men, with a creed to which they can subscribe, and act together upon.— Our opponents are alive with enthusiasm.— They have two or three club rooms in this city, which are thronged every night, and unless we are to wake up itt a similar strain we shall certainly be accused of perfidy—and very justly, too. Oh,Mb1 Oh, Mr II—The following pitiful wail frottl our mutual friend Milton S.— is or comes about as near proximity to the " double-distilled essence of concentrated impudence " as anything we ever had tbe mortification of reading. It reminds us very forcibly of 479 votes somewhere in the vicin ity of Fort Laramie : We conclude in this issue the publication of nearly all the election returns. Epough is shown to know that the Union men of this Territory are defeated by about six hundred majority. This baa not been done by legal votes, or by the real sentiment of tbe people. Fraud and all sorts of tricks bave been prac ticed to carry the election.—[Idaho States man. 5 Was it fraud or a "sort of trick" you prac. ticed at Fort Laramie. * Oue of Abe's jokes wasn't rt—eh ?..... To the « Freedman's Association." Public Speaking. —Rev. Thos. H. Pearne will address the citizens of Oregon in favor of Lincoln and Johnson, and will preach, also, on the Sundays named at the following times and places :— " Will preach on Sundays." We hope his own preaching may affect his own sinful soul and bow to God Almighty even as low as he now bows to the hydra-headed " Moloch of Abolitionism, Abraham the 1st—by the grace of the Abolition party." It Pearne would attend to his own rascality and let other sin ners alone, he might stand a chance of ''get ting to heaven," but " farther deponent ßay eth not." A^-Adyertisemlnts, to insure insertion, (const be hand ed in as early as Thursday, and the number of insertions desired should be noted 911 the margin. I. O. O. F 'Pioneer Lodge, No. 1, U. D., holds its regular meetings at the Masonic Hall, on Monday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock, p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially invited to attend. J. Webster, Secretary. V R. JACKSON, N.G. Idaho Lodge, No. 35^ P. & A. M., hold their regular meetings op Saturday night preceding the full moon of each month,' at Masonic Hall, corner of Wall and Moritgom ry streets. Called meetings every Saturday' evening at 7 o'clock. S. 8. RICE, 18tf Secretary. ';/V\ JAMES G- HAZARD, dealer In ' Books, Pamphlets, etc. Agent and Carrier for the Boise "News," PLACERVILLE. Ci E. FREEMAN. It. B. WALLACE. C. E. FREE MAN, fc CO., dlljcmists anil druggists. Welle, Fargo A Co.'a Building, WASHINGTON STREET, CENTERVILLE. I. T. [v2-n2tfj FRANK HILLER. CHAS. C. DUDLEY. Miller, & Dudley ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS A.T LAW. Office—South-west corner Wall aud Montgomery streets, next door to Fronts A Co.'s Packer's depot, Idaho city, L T. 47 tf M. F. R I E C K, PRACTICAL TAILOR, WALL ST., next door below Cohn A Bohm, Idaho City. A n assortment of cloths Cassimeres and Vestings ; also Buckskin Purses constantly on hand.Garments made in the latest style ; cleaning and repairing neatly execu ted at prices to suit the times. n46:ln>. A. RAPHAEL, Commission Merchant, and dealer in Foreign Wines, Cognacs, Ac., Ac. OFFICE on Main street, opposite Dr. Harris's Drugstore. Æd'Storage in a fireproof cellar.*"©& [46m3J W. R. Xeithly, ^Utoriten at Caro. UHF 15FFÏCÎ5— Montgomery street near Wall, Idaho City, Boise Cnun*- *' 30tf J. B. Roaborough, ATTO H N E Y-A T-L A W. ^^FFICE—On Wall street, opposite Clerk's office, Idaho city. E. F. GRAY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Idaho city. Wall street, Above Main, vlnltf CHARLES B. WAITE. JOSEPH MILLER. tooite 5 JRUler, j^Lttornevs-at-Xjaw. O FFICE on Montgomery street, 2d door north of Hildreth's drugstore. 41 tf Dr* Raymond, Physician and Surgeon. ^AFFICE opposite W., F. & Co.'s, Idaho City. Qeo I. Gilbert, Notary Public, Geo C. Hough, Diet, attorney. Grilbert<fc H ou^li, ATTORNEYS AT LAW , [Wall st., above Main,] (u3(Mf) OH AS. WALKER, Justice of the Peace* SarOpncE on Wall street, above Main. 4-tf Storage. PPLY at the Miners' Brewery and Bakery [n9-tf] MARK8, KNAUER & CO. CREIGHTON & BUTTON. D EALERS in Staple Dry Goods, Clothing Groceries, Boots and Shoes,Liquors Tobacco and Miners' outfits. Washington St., Centerville. Sept. 25,1853—ltf JIM'S DRINKING SALOON GRANITE STREET NEXT TO HIGBY k BLEDSOE , PLACERVILLE. W INES, Liquors and Cigars, of the best quality, direct from San Francisco always on hands. Also, Lager Beer, ltf JAMES H. HART. S. LEMON, ■ "W1 Corner of W ashington k Second streets, y Dalles, Oregon, D EALER in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Trasses, Acids, JOils, Brushes, Heps, Glue, Corks, Perfumery, Soaps and Toilet articles. Orders from Druggists, Physicians and Traders in the Mines filled at the lowest price. 35tf ID. Wm. UDquthitt, 2Utomeji at £ato, Idaho City, - - Idaho Territory Particular attention paid to Collecting Debts, 27 m3 a. Rossi. A. H. BOBUS. Main Strret, below the Jenny Lind Theater, at the end of the Railroad. G OLD AND SILVER, and Ores of every de scription, assayed and returns made in four hours. We guarante§ our assays and will pay any difference which may artse between them and the United States Mint. [36tf] ROSSI &EOBIE. GEORGE AINSLIE. Attorney and Counselor at Law, —and— Solicitor in Chancery. Centerville, Boise County, 1. T. S8m3 DR. A. J. HOGG, Officb, nearly opposite Forrest Theatre, Mainst IDAHOCITY.LT. vlnl J. K. ShAfer. - Edward NcOent* SHAFER & NUGENT. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. O FFICE, on the East side of Montgomery st.— Two doors North of Wall Street, Idaho City Boise county, I. T. J. EL HECKMAN. Main Street, Idaho City, W ATCHMAKER and Jeweler, Dealer in Jew elry and Watches. Solid Gold Jewelry made to order. Particular attention paid to Repairing Fine Watches I#" All work warranted iTor twelve months. - ®» Idaho City, August, 1364- 60tf INTERNATIONAL PLACERVILLE. t E XCELLENT accommodations for families or single gentlemen. The table is always supplied with the best in market. Rooms neat, clean and commodious. BURTHEY & BRUNN. Placerville, Oct. 8th, 1863. 3m3 March to the Music! YE HAWK-EYES , SUCKERS, PUKES, WOLVERINES, AND THB PUBIIC GENEBA11Y, A RE INVITED to call at the Auction and Com mission Store, where you will find the best assortment of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Provisions and Miners' Tools, on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS, for the Dust, which is much needed by the sub scriber, at the Hawk-Eye Store, No. 313 Wall Street. H. C. ANDERSON. Bannock City, Nov. 3d. 1863. n6-2m E©nsn Emu® s®@aig 3 Wall street, between Main and Montgomery Idaho City.—>— O N HAND—The Largest Stock and most va ried assortment of Drugs and Medicines Id Idaho. Also, Paints,Oils, Perfumery,Chemicals, Crucibles, Alcohols, Ac., &c. I SHALL be constantly receiving additions to my stock, as the market requires. 30m3 «au N. B. Physicians prescriptions carefully repared. M. M. CHIPMAN, Druggist. Rockfellow's Half Way House, (at the Kockfellow Quartz Lode) EQUI-DISTANT FROM WALLA WALLA AND BOISE. T HIS HOUSE will be open for the accommoda tionof the traveling public on and after No vember 1st, Everything for the gCOMFORT OF MAN AND BEAST will be fonnd on the premises. A good road is opened by way of this place, without addition to the distance. , n9tf W. H. KOCKFÉLLOW. Proprietor Orleans Hotel. Front street, UmatiMa, Oregon. T HIS Hotel is now open for tne reception of gentlemen, and will be conducted in all its departments as a First Class Hotel. MAY & FAILING. Umatilla Sept. 1st, 1863.—Im3 Miner's Brewery —and— màsïsiBTo T HE propriétés of the Pioneer Brewery of the Basin being thankful for the libérai patronage received, assuie their friends .that they will con tinue to make in their establishment, the bes of Lager Beer, Bread, Pies and Cakes. KNAUER A CO. Bannock City, September 29th, 1863. ltf, AT $35 PER THOUSAND. O UR mill being in snccessful operation, we take this method to inform onr patrons and the public generally that we shall continue to sell lumber at our yard in town ane at Bear Run Mill, at the rate of thirty-five dollars per thousand feet. ROBIE & BUSH. j|y OFFICE, upper end of Main Street. Idaho City, October, 20th. 1864. v2n5 STAGE HOUSE,lf| BOISE riTV. !. T. I*hipps& Yates, Prop*. , T HE undersigned would respectfully inform their friends, and the public in general that they have rented the above named Hotel, and are prepared to fi\r niafa thefr patrons with accommodations equal to arty in the city. The Table will be supplied with the best tb«fc can be obtained m the market, and lodgers will be fur nished with ]N"ice deren Beds. Idahocityand Owyhee atageg arrive and depart from this House. JOHN C. PHIPPS, v2n4tf WM. A. YATES. HUMBOLDT EXPRESS CO. ....Through to.... Sau Francisco in Seven Days ! ! ? . . OUR REGULAR WEEKLY PÔ 1 YY EXPRESS L EAVES Idaho City every MONDAY ' NOON, for Star City, N. T., connec ting there with W. F. Co. for all parts of Califor nia. Letters sent by this route, will reach Sau Francisco the following Monday. We also run a Tri-Weekly Express To BOISE CITY & OWYHEE leaving Idaho City every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 o'clock a. m. Letters and other mat'» ter» entrusted to our care, will be forwarded with safety and dispatch. Latest dates hi California, Nevada and Oregon papers, constantly on hand. Office, Main street, opposite Wells, Fargo & Co. Idaho city, Aug. 5, 1864. n46:tf Robertson & Co., a ^ ë ä t i m ® ; Main Street opposite the Idaho Saloon, BANNOCK CITY, IDAHO TERRITORY. All kinds of Ores and Metals Assayed, Returns Modi Within 6 Hours. W E Guarantee the correctness of our assays, and bind ourselves to pay any difference that may arise with the U. 8. Mint. We refer to the following parties for the correct* ness of our assays, who will take oar bars at the market rates : Davidson & Berri, Bankers Ban Francisop. Donohoe, Ralston k Co. " " 44 Sather&Co. 44 " Goldsmith & Bros, Assayers Portland. Elfelt, Weil A Co., Merchants " WATCH V —aDd.- # MANUFACTURING JEWELERS!! P articular Attention given to repairing Fine watches. All kinds of Jewelry made of Boise Gold. Diamonds re-set in the newest styles. All kinds of enameled work made to order in Fash ionable styles. Mr. Robertson having been many years Foreman to Messrs. Barrett & Sherwood, Jewelers,San Francisco; and having had many years' experience in the manufacturing of Fife Jewelry, we feel confident that our work will com pare favorably with any work done on the Pacifc Coast. We keep constantly on hand a large as sortment of Gold and Silver watches and Fine Jewelry. All work warranted. 28tl Idaho City. April 2d, 1864. , -7" NEWHOUSLI SCHEUNE -DEALERS IN— Fancy and Staple Dry-Goods, Men and. Boys' Clotliinfi?, BOOT) AND SHOES, Hats and Caps,' CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, all of which will be sold . CHEAP FOR CASH. f62m3] BAKEKY. Eortnenly Peft's. F It E rTl) E IST G, (Successor to Mr. Refferlee,) H AS OPENED the above Bakery, and is pre* pared to furnish his customers with bread, pies, crackers, cakes, fancy cake trimmingg, etc., etc. Families, parties' ana pic-nics, furnished on short notice. 47m3 HIGBY & CO. CORNER MAIN and WALL STS., OPPOSITE INTERNA TIONAL HOTEL. Wholesale and Retail Dealers m Groceries, Provisions, Mining Tools, Hardware, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Boots and Shoes, Amunition, Hats, Gloves, Stationery, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. N. B. The entire stock has been selected with great care, in San Francisco, by an experienced man, expressly for this market. Bannock City, September 29th, 1863. ltf UMATILLA FERRYjI ..and.. W1OTI6TOI MID®, —opposite..... Umatilla City, ; : ; Oregon* B EST GRASS and WATER in all the Upper Country. Animals put across the Colombia river and returned with dispatch. A large boat is running that carries forty animals safely at a trip. Umatilla, April 1st, 1864. 36tf FOSTER & CLIFFORD.