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Kri* THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE HTTHLIC OOOH IDAHO C53CTY, BOISE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1864. * ' » No. 5. idalin World, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY 1. H. BOWMAN & CO. H. C. STREET, Editor. TERMS INVARIABLY in ADVANCE. liutertôf Subscription« One year,....... îjix »norths, - Three months, t. - - - öiugle copies, - - Rates of Advertising« T*er square, ten lines or less, first insertion, : " " " " " . each subsequent iu. V <• it «t « _ « three months, : : " « « « " one year, : c $12 00 . 7 00. 4 00. 60. ff. 2 12 40 Agents for the Idaho 'World. Tnos. Boyce, northeast corner Montgomery and Wash ington street,*up stairs, San Francisco, Cal. K. street, Cal. Express office, Marysviile, Cal. S. J. McCormick, Portland, Oregon. M. J. Allphin, Dalles city, Oregon. Spt T Miller, G aA "'} C * n * oa cit >'' 0re S° n - A. II. Brown —Wells, Fargo & Co.'s agent, Auburn, Or egon. Powell & Coe, Umatilla, Oregon. A. A. Mix, Walla Walia. The celebrated Belle Boyd was a prisoner -at Fort La fayette at the time Mat Mahpney, the author of "Prison er of State," was confined there. In his work we find a very interesting account of the various prisoners immur ed within the walls of the Fort, and of the many incidents that occurred aiming them during the weary months of his imprisonment. Of Belle Boyd, he says : " 1 heard her voice the first night ia prison singing " Maryland, my Marylaiid," the first time I ever heard that Southern song. The words, stirring enough to Southern hearts, were enunciated by her with such pe culiar expression as to touch even sensibilities whioh did not sympathize with the cause which inspired the cong. it was difficult to listen unmoved to this lady throwing her whole soul as it were into the expression of senti ments of de votion to the South, defiance to the North, and •affectionately confident appeals to Maryland which form the burden of that celebrated song. The pathos of her voice, her apparently forlorn condition, and at these times when her soul seemed absorbed iu -the thoughts she was uttering in song, her melancholy manner, affected all who heard her, but with an interest -in her that came near on several occasions bringing »bout a conflict be tween theprisotiera and the guards. Although the word* •of this celebrated song have been published frequently •and extensively in the Northern papers, some might see it for the first time by reproducing «there." " MARYLAND,MY MARYLAND.» The despot's heel is on thy shore, Maryland l His torch is at thy temple door, Maryland! Avenge the patriotic gore That wept o er gallant Baltimore, And be the battle queen of yore, Maryland, my Maryland! Hark to a wandering son's appeal, — Maryland! My mother State, to thee I kneel, Maryland! For life and deiith, for woe and weal, Thy peerless chivalry reveal, And gird thy be tut eons limbs with steel, Maryland, my Maryland 1 Thou wilt not cower in the dust, « Maryland ! Thy beaming sword shall never rust, Maryland !, Remember Carroll's sacred trust, Remember Howard's warlike thrust, And all thy slumber'rs with the just. Maryland, my Maryland! Come! 'tis the red dawn of the day, Maryland ! C tine with thy panoplied array, Maryland 1 With Ringgold's spirit for the fray, W ith Watson's blood at Monterey, With 'fearless Lowe and dashing May, Maryland,my Maryland! Dear mother! burst the tyrant's chain, Maryland! Virginia should not call in vain, Maryland ! She meets her sisters on the plain, '• isle Semper," 'tis her proud refrain, That baffles minions back amain, Maryland,my Maryland! Come ! for thy shield is bright and strong, Maryland ! Come, for thy dalliance does thee wrong, Maryland! Com« to thine own heroic throng, That stalks with liberty along, And gives a new key to thy song, Maryland, iny Maryland ! j I see the blush upon thy cheek, ! Maryland 1 But thou wert ever bravely meek, Maryland 1 But Io ! there surges forth a shriek, From hill to hill, from creek to 1 creek ; ' Potomac culls to Chesapeake, Maryland, my Maryland ! Thou wilt not yield the vandal toll, Maryland!] Thou wil t fiot crook to his control, Maryland! Better the fire upon thee roll, Bette* the shot, the blade, the bowl, Than crucifixion of the soul, Maryland, my Maryland ! Hear the distant thunder hum, Maryland ! The Old Line's bugle, fife and drum, Maryland ! / She is not dead, nor deaf, nor ^pib— liuzzah! she spurns the northern scum! She breathes—she burns— she'll come, she'll corné, Maryland, my Maryland ! Mexico.— Rains commenced later than usual in the northwestern States. It ceased after pouring down two days. A hot and oppressive atmosphere, causing considerable sfbkness, followed. A letter by the last Steamer says it was the hottest and most sickly season they have had in and around Mazatlan for years, and that it was more fa tal to natives than to foreigners. A letter from Gen. Shields says: "T write in the midst of an hospital of sick people and have bad ^yere fit myself, but am quite re "ffi^vered." " My dear ?Ren," said Mr. Eastman to a young lady wtoa* smiles he was seeking, " I haye long wished ft> r this opportunity, but I hardly dare tr 18t myself now to speak the ||4eep emotion* m Y palpitating heart, but I declare to yon, riJ dear Ellen, that I love you most tenderly; your smiles would shed"— Never mind the wood-shed," said Ellen, "go on with that prett f talk." Are the Territorial Funds in Danger. This question is creating considerable un easiness in official circles as well as With the honest tax-paying people of tue Territory. It seems by the " Age," that the northern counties show a 'clean sheet and that the money received has been properly accounted for by the Territorial Treasurer. But accord ing to the statement of the County Treasurer of Boise, he should have some $10,000 or more now in bis hands which should long since have found its way into the hands of the Treasurer of the Territory and been dis bursed to her creditors. True, some $5,000 was forwarded about three weeks (previous to election, with the promise that some eleven thousand, then in hand, would follow forth with. We shrewdly suspect, 'however, that the fact of that amount being due a promi nent Democrat, whose influence seemed to be confidently anticipated by the "authorities that be," and those that hoped to be, had more to do with that remittance than said parties official would like to acknowledge. I wonder if oar worthy Springfield-Judge did not feel a little " «old " in that affair ? How ever, be this as it may, since the election no package has arrived from that locality, for our anxious ^Secretary of tfee Tertit-ory, and those who claim to be posted hint very strongly that large sums were hemmed to s<take upon the ticket in the last election, have no doubt but this is a mere slander, but in order to keep the people who support these public paupers, advised of the scandal that is being circulated about their officials, • deem i't-proper to thus revert to the cubject In order that yo«r Republican readers may not deem this an expected " McClellan root back," ! will simply add that my informants are undoubted Respnblicans, occupying posi tions which entitle them to credence in this matter, with perhaps one single exception : that of the prominent Democrat whose excu sable device procured the payment of his six thousand dollar warrant.—[Lewiston Cor. Walla Walla Statesman. 7 From Kootenaï. — The latest advices from the above-named «camp are obtained from resident parties just in. They represent ev erything as prosperous and peaceable, and the weather clear and cool—in some instanc es impeding mining operations. Claims opened were paying from forty to eighty ounces per day—several averaging from sixty to eighty ounces per day on weekly runs.— Messrs. Reese & Co. are constructing an ad ditional ditch, which it is calculated will sup ipily the camp with water sufficient to work all the claims recorded. Several parties bad fitted out for the purpose of spending the Winter prospecting on the head waters of the Columbia, previous explorations in that region having induced the hope of success. Fripes of staples range medium. Flour, 36c bacon, f5c ; sugar, 50c ^ coffee, 75c j beans 50c ; tea. $2 ; tobacco, $2 ; whisky, scarce at $12 to $15 per gallon ; ail kinds of dry-goods very scare. The grass on the road was very poor—one stretch of one hundred and fifty miles entirely barren. Many animals "weak ened" inconsequence, and were necessarily left on the way. Warren !t Co. have estab lished a new ferry at the crossing of Koote nai river, fifteen miles from Tobacco Plains which, keeping up the river, shortens and betters the trail by avoiding a very bad por tion of the old road, known as the Moyea This route can be traveled nearly or quite all Winter. Parties are engaged in viewing ronte from Fisherville to the Pen d'Oreille lake via Tobacco Plains. Gold Commission er Haines and party were to have left the diggings about the first of the present month —[Age. " Loyal Irish I"—No Irish, in or out of Ireland, ever understood this term as having any other meaning than Orangeman, before this year of our Lord, 1864. Loyalty is found where Royalty governs, and that a free man should apply it to his equal, or servant, is absurd. It is not American in word or idea, and God grant it never may be. As we read it now, it is significant of the f atnre purposes of those by whom it is used.—[Oc cidental. Gold Dust Robbery. —A miner named J, B. Nichols, who came down on fyesterday's boat, had with him $2,400 in gold dust. After leaving the cars he left bis cantinas for a few moments at the California Restaurant, and when he returned the treasure Was gone.— Suspicion attached to one of the proprietors of the house and a couple of miners, all of whom were arrested, but whether they are the guilty parties is not yet ascertained.— [Mountaineer 13th. For the Snake River Mines.— Every day, more or les3 ascend Snake River from this point, to mine during the Winter. Several boats on the bank of the river are now in progress of construction for this purpose.— From $3 to $5 per day is the remuneration on the Snake river bars, and room for any number.—[Age. A lady named Brown was recently ordain ed pastor of a church in Massachusetts. It is a grave question to decide whether her husband—provided she has one—should be called by courtesy, Rev. Mr. Brown, or Rev Mrs. Brown's hnsband. When the late Mr. Noah, who was a Jew, was a candidate for the office of sheriff of the city of New* York, it was objected to his elec tion that a Jew should come to have the hang ing of Christians. " Pretty Christians," said Noah, " to need hanging !" In new colonies the Spaniards begin by building a church, the French a ball-room, the English a tavern.— [Chateaubrand. Advertisements, to iHaui^insertion/nnist be hand ed in as early as Thursday, and the number of insertions desired should fie noted on the margin. Pioneer Lodges •No. 1, U. D., holds its regulaf tneetings at the Masonic Hall, ofi Monday evening of each week, at 7 o'clock, p. m. Brothers in good Standing are cordially invited tö attend. J. WebSTEr, Secretary. Id-Alr-o Lodge, No.!î5i E.& A. M., hold their regular meetings on Saturday^ night preceding the full moon of each month, at Masonic Hall, corner of W all and Montgom ry streets. Called meetings every Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. , - ^ ^Setey. Ï. Q. O 0k V cj-n R. JACKSON, N. G. :JV 7v\ JAMES G- HASSARD, DEALER IN Hooks, Hamplilets, etc. Agent and Carrier for the Boise "News," PLACERVILLE. Cl E. FREEMAN. K. B- WALLACE. C. E. FREEMAN & CO., €l)cmist0 anîr SDruggists. Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Building, WASHINGTON STREET, CENTERVILLE. I. T. (v2-n2tfj FRANK MILLER. CHAS. C. DUDLEY. Miller, & Dudley ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW. Offlfte—South-west corner Wall aud Montgomery streets, next door to Fronts & Co.'s Packer's depot, Idaho city, fc. T. 47 tf A. RAPHAEL, * Commission Merchant, asA dealer in Foreign Wines, Cognacs, &c., &o. OtfïTCE on Main street^ opposite Dr. Harris's Drngstore. ÜSjr-Storage in & fireproof cellar."®^ [46m3] W.R. Keithly, CMtorncp at Cato. tS" OFFICE— Montgomery street near Wall Idaho City, Boise Coup**' I' 30tf J. B. Rosborough, attorney-at-law. O FFICE—On Wall street, office, Idaho city. opposite Clerk's E. F. GRAY, ATTOHNEY AT LAW, Idaho city. Wall street, Above Main, vlnltf CHAULES B. WAITE. JOSEPH MILLER» toaite g JHiller, v D J^ttornevs-at'Haw. O FFICE on Montgomery street, 2d door north of Hildreth's drugstore. 41 tf Dr* Raymond, Physician and Surgeon. ^^FFICE opposite W., F. & Co.'s, Idaho City Geo -I. Gilbert, j Notary Public, Geo C. Hough Dist. attorney. Grilbert & H on^h ATTORNEYS AT LAW, [Wall st., above Main,] (n30-tf) CHAS» WALKER, Justice of the Peace* 83T Office on Wé.11 street, above Main. 4**tf D. "Wiru Doutliitt, QUtornen at £atn, Idaho City, * IßgfPartieular Debts. - Idaho Territory attention paid to collecting / 27 m3 ROSSI* A. H. ROBIE. ÜSSAÏ ©BPffHOIB, Main Strret, below the Jenny Lind Theater, at the end of the Railroad. G OLD AND SILVER, and Ores of every do scription, «assayed and returns made ia four hours. We guarantee our assays and will pay any difference which may arise between them and the United States Mint. t36tf] ROSSI & ROBIE. City Brewery. W E the undersigned, would respectfully in form Saloon keepers, and the public gene rally, that we are now prepared to furnish a supe rior article of Lager Beer, at oar Brewery on Buena Vista Bar, and fill orders for customers. GANS & HUÛBEL. December 17,1863. 13m Storage. A PPLY at the Miners' Brewery and Bakery [n9-tf] MARKS, KNAUER & CO. FOR SALE. lOO lbs. Type Metal, which, for machine boxing is considered equal if not »upe 1 ior to Bubbitt's metal. World Omss. INTERNATIONAL PLACERVILLE. E XCELLENT accommodations for families or single gentlemen. The table is always supplied with the best in market. Rooms neat, clean and commodious. BÙRTHEY & BRUNN. Placerville, Oct. 8th, 1863. 3m3 Rockfellow's Half Way House, (at the Kockfeflow Quartz Lode) KdUI-DISTANT FRO* WALLA WALLA ANT BOISE. T HIS HOUSE will 'be open for the accommoda tion of the traveling public on and after No vember 1st, Everything for the COMFORT OF MAN AND BEAST will be found on tffie premises. A good road is opened by way of this place, without addition to n9tf W. H. ROCKFELLOW, Proprietor Miner's Brewery —and— T HE proprietors of the Pioneer Brewery of the Basin being thankful for the libérai patronage received, assirte their friends that they WiU con tinue to make in their establishment, the bes ot Lager Beer, Bread, Pies and Cakes. KNAUER & CO. Bannock City, September 29th, 1863. ltf, DR. A. 3 , HOGG, Office, neariy opposite Forrest Theatre, Main st IDAHO CITY, I. T. vlnl GEORGS AINSLIE. Attorney and Counselor at Law, —and— Solicitor in Chancery. * Centerville, Boise County, 1. T. 28m3 DRIDE'S Livery Stable & Corral, Montgomery Street. Between Commercial and Wallüla streets, IDAttO CITY. SADDLE AID CARRIAGE, HORSES. N EW AND FASHIONABLE BUGGIES AND Carriages always ready, day or night, at minute's notice. flggu Horses received on board per dav or month at reduced rates. DKYDEN McCLINTOCK, 49 SAM STEWART. BUGGY NEW LIjSTE oF COACHES THROUGH FROM PLACERVIÎ.LETOÜMATILLA FOUR D ATS t SH& Haley's Coaches leave the Empire Hotel Placerville, every other day, for Umatilla. ISH & HALEY, Proprietors. Placerville, June 18th, 1864. 38tf Notice to Shareholders OF THE ADA ELMORE G. A S. M« CO. NO. 1. N OTICE isliereby given that a meeting of the Stockholders of the Ada Elmore Gold mid Silver Mirliag Company No. 1, Will be held in Idaho City, Boise County, I. T.,on Wednesday, the 23d day of November, A D. 1864, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the office of Shafer & Nugent. The certificates of stock are ready to be issued, and a full attendance of the stockholders is ear nestly desired by the Board of Trustees. Part of Article 3d of the By-Laws reads—" each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote, aud each vote may-toe cast by proxy at all meetings of the stock holders ; the proxy shall be in writing, and filqd with the Secretary." By order of the Board of Trustees. GREEN WHITE, President. Attest.* Jonas W. Brown, Secretary. Oct. 20,1864. v2n5w4 C. C. HIGBY. F. B. BRITTEN. Higby & Britten PLACERVILLE , ' - - -IT., W HOLESAE AND RETAIL GROCERS AND Dealers in PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, PICKS, HANDLES, SHOVELS, MINERS' OUTFITS, & C., &c. [39tf.] J. J. M CONNELL. FRANK OSGOOD MoCONNELL & OSGOOD'S deb:* T HB UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED A Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, at RUBY CITY , OWYHEE COUNTY, Idaho Territory. McConnell & osgood. Ruby City, August, 1864. 49-3m CREIGHTON & BUTTON* D EALERS in Staple Dry Goods, Clothing Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Liquors Tobacco Washington St.^ ^ntervüie^Sept. 25,1863—ltf SMI BOISE CITY, I. T. _ 'Y'atés &> Carr, Drops would respectfully inform their undersigned friends, arid the public ih general that they ha\ ft rpiIE rented the above named Hotel, and are prepared to fur nish their patrons with accommodations equal to any in the city. The Table will be supplied With the best that can be obtained in the market, arid lodgers will be fur nished with ]N"ice Clean Beds, Idnhocityand »wyhee stages arrive add depart from this House. W. A. YATE8, ultf S. L. CARK. Estate tof R. Brume, Decreased. In the matter of the Estate of R. Briime, de ceased : In the Probate Court of Boi^e County, Idaho Territory. "T appearing to the Judge of said Court by the _ petition presented and filed by R. H. Johns, the administrator of tkfe estate of R. Brume, de ceased-, praying for an order to sell real estate,, that it is necessary to sell the whole of the real estate t© pay the allowance to fh'e family, the debts outstandtng against the deceased, and the debts, expenses and charges of Ute administra tion. It is therefore ordered of said 'court that all rersons interested in the Baid estate appear be fore the said Probate court on Thursday, the lfith day of December, A. D. 1864, at two o'clock, p. a. in the afternoon of said day , at the office of the clerk of the PTobate court in i'daho city, Boise county, to show'cause why hn order should not be grantud to the said administrator to sell all the real and personal property of the said de ceased ; aud that a copy of the order be published at least four successive weeks in tbe Idaho WoRi.fi a newspaper printed and published in Idaho city and county aforesaid. H. T. CRAIN, Probate Judge of Boise County. Dated November 15th, IS64. I, Jonas W. Brown, Clerk of the Probate court in and for said county, do hereby certify that the feregoing is a true copy of the order of court made in the above estate aud entered on record Nov. 15th, 1864. ï , Witness my hand and the seal of sard : L.S. [ court hereto this 15th day of November, —*— ' A. D. 1864. JONAS W. BROWN, Idaho city, Nov. 18,1864 n4-4w Clerk. Sheriff's *al%. N OTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of ah Exedution aud a Decretal order issued out of the District Court of the Territory of Idaho tot the Second Judicial District in and for the county of Boise, upon a-judgment rendered in said court upon the 14th day of September, À. D. 1864, iu favor of George L. Fuller and against Isaac New ton, for the principal sum of two hundred and fifty-five and 70-100 dollars [$255.70], and costs of suit taxed at forty-two and 60-100 dolls, (f 42,60]-, and accruing costs taxed at five and 50-100 dor krs [$5,50J, to me directed, I have levied upon and will expose for sale at public sale, to the highest bidder for Cash, on the 7th day of Dec.-, A.D. 1864 at the premises, the following de scribed premises and real estate property, to wit : All that certain lot, tract or parcel of ground situate, lying, and being in the original t-owu plat and site of Buena Vista in the county of Boise and Territory of Idaho, more particularly describ ed^as lot No. five , in block No, nineteen [DJJv iu the town plat of said town, as originally laid out and surveyed, together with the building thereon erected, the same being a hewed log building with an open panel front, to satisfy said Execution and Decretal order, with costs of said sale. S. PINKHAM; Sheriff Boise Co., By 0. L. Whiting, Under Sbff. November 12,1864. 3td SUMMONS in the Din SlIver Uiil d:stnct ' Buibt T erritory of Idaho, County of Boise—-Bs. triet Court, Second Judical District; W J Terry and Dan Welch, vw. A. N. Ranger, ct al. To A. N. Ranger, et als. In the name of the people of the United States in the Territory of Idaho, you are hereby notified, that there is now on file in the offiefi of the clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of said territory, in Idaho City, Boise county, the complaint of W. J. 'ferry anti Dun Welch, claiming of, and from you, the sum of eighteen hundred and sixty-sevbh and 76-100 dollars.— balance due on a certain Promissory note, dated hep. 24th; 1863, payable eight months after date, and praying the honorable court for the foreclosure of the mort gage mentioned in plaintiff's complaint, and for a decree directing the sale of the property therein described, to wit: Being that certain town lot situate on the north east corner formed by the junction of Washington and third streets, froutibg oa Washington street in thb town of CenterVille, Boise County, I. T., being twenty tVefc front, and extending back eighty feet—rpd that the pro ceeds of such sale be applied to the paymfcht of the amount of plaintiff 's claim with interest and costs; anil that unless you appear and answer to said Cohiplaint within tw enty days after the service hereof,—if served within Boise cbùnty ; within thirty days if sol ved out of said county ; but within said Judicial District, and w ithin forty (lays if served out of said-district—exclusive of the day of serVice—default will be entered against you, aral the Plaintiffs w ill apply to our said coin t for the relief prayed for in their said complaint. In testimony w hereof, I, John C; Henley, Clerk of said District Court, have hfcrenuto set my hand, and affixed the [l. s.] Seal of said court, at Idaho City, this 9th day t f September, Ar D; 1864. JOHN C. HENLEY, Clerk of District Court By Jonas W. Brown. Deputy. Published by order of Court. n51-td UMATILLA FERRY . .and.. MiXICTM MICE Umatilla City, . opposite. Oregon. B EST GRASS and WATER in all the Upper Country. Animals put across the Columbia river and returned with dispatch. A large boat is running that carries forty animals salely ata trip. Umatilla, April 1st, 1864. 3otf FOSTER ft CLIFFORD. BEEF CATTLE I! FOR SAUF. I HAVE on hand a band of 400 head of No. I. FAT, YOUNG BEEF CATTLE, which 1 am anxious to sell'on reasonable terms. I will sell the band entire, or contract to deliver* in lots of any number, as they may be required. For further particulars, inquire of J. S. BUT 1 LEK at the Boise Nk 1VS office; or of myself on the Weiser river, at the crossing of the Brownlee ferry road. _ J. F. DYE. Idaho City, August 20, 1864. WAKNING.-A11 persons are hereby warned not to purchase ground in a ledge or cotnpaay, styled the Metropolitan, as it is the Highland ledge, which was discovered and located by Nealy A Stringham and is now owned, held and worked" by NEALY & CO.