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The Railroad ((neotion.
Following is the report of the Sen *te committee on inter-state com merce: 1— The public interests demand regulation of the business of transpor tation,, because in the absence of regulation the carriers are practically and actually the sole and final arbitrators upon all disputed questions that arise between shipper and carriers as to whether rates are reasonable or unjust discrimination lias been practiced. 2— Jt is the duty of C< ngress to undertake the regulation of the busi nessof transportation because of ad mitted abuses in its management, and of acknowledged discriminations be tween persons and places in its prac tical operations—evils which it is possible to reach and remedy only through the exercise of the powers granted by the constitution to Cong* resss, and against which the citizens are entitled to that protection which the national authority alone can afford. 3— National legislation is necessary to remedy the evils complained of, lie cause the operations of the transpor tation system are for the most part beyond the jurisdiction of the states, and until Congress acts not subject to any government control in the pub lic interest. *4— National legislation is also necessary, because the business of transportation is essentially of a na ture which requires that uniform sys tem and method of regulation which the national authorities can alone pre scribe. 5—The failure of Congress to aet is an excuse for the attempts made by the railroads to regulate the commerce of the country in their own way and in their own interests, by whatever combinations and methods they are able to put into operation. G —That the railroads, united or unrestrained, can or will eventually work out its solution, seems highly improbable, judging from past ex perience, and can not bo reasonably expected; that a satisfactory solution of the problem can ever be secured without the aid of wise legislation the committee does not believe. Bill N yk and tub Bronze God iiKSS. —I am in favor of a Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World, be cause it will show that we keep it on tap winter and summer. We want the whole broad world to remember that w.iL.i it gets tired of oppression it can come here and oppress us. \\ e are used to it and we rather like it. J f we don't like it we can get on the steamer and go abroad, where we may visit the effete monarchies and have a high old time. The sight of the Goddess of Liber ty standing there night and day, bath ing her feet in the rippling sea, will be a good thing. It may be pro ductive of good in a direction that many have not thought of. As she stands there 'lay after day bathing nor feet in the broad Atlantic, per haps some moss-grown Mormon mov ing toward the far West, a confirmed victim of liis matrimonial habit, may 1\x the bright picture on liis so-called mind, and, remembering how, on liis arrival in New York, he saw Liberty bathing her feet with impunity may be led in after years to try it on him j elf.—[Boston Globe. Tiie House Committee on Naval Affairs has completed its report to ac company the bill providing for an in crease of the naval establishments. It points out that the sea coast cities of the United States are absolutely at t he mercy of any second-rate naval power, and that the Government is without adequate means of defending its foreign or coastwise commerce. In view of this state of affairs the committee recommends the comple tion of the monitors and the building of vessels and torpedo boats, mention ed in the bill already published. LUNA HOU" YJt A FIRST-Ci~ASS HOTEL, Corner Montgomery and Commercial Streets, IDAHO CITY, I. T. M. Gr. Lunev, Prop'r. STAGS OFFXCB tiff THE HOTEL. STAGES LEAVE DAILY FOR Boise City, Centerville, Placervil e, Quartzburg and Banner."®# He is prepared to furnish anything in the BAKERY 3L.X..N3E3 ai ruinously low figures, #©-AT THE HOTEL.-®# Idaho City, January 1, 1884. IF YOU WANT ANY Cards, Flyers, Labels, Posters, Tickets, Blanks oJ all kinds, Bill Heads, Letter Heads. Invitations, &c., Plain or in Colors, Executed in the Finest Style, Call around to the WORLO OFFICE —Corner Main and Comermcial Streets — IDA HO CITY IDAHO. The World is the Official Paper of BOISE COUNTY MRS. C* HI ARCUS, Dealer in DRY-GOODS, Fancy Goods, Lndies' Underwear, AND CENTS' FURNISHING Goods. RMHHM NERVOUS DEBILITATED MEN. You are allowed n free trial of thirty days of thft uso cf Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt with Klee trio Suspensory Appliances for the speedy relief ami permanent eure of Xrrvous Debility, loss of Vitality and Manhood, and all k l ml red troubles. Also for many other diseases. Complete restora tion to Healtn, Vigor and Manhood guaranteed No risk isineiirred. Illustrated pamphlet In scaled 0nL*loj>e mailed free, by addressing VOLTAIC KELÏ CO., Marshall, Mich. Nov. 31, T885-7m. THIS PAPER may be found oil file at Geo. 1*. Uowei. 1 & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce Street), where advertising con tracts may be made for it in New York. J. A. Richardson, D. S. Mine: nrveyor. SPECIALTY. 'v?VG WORK A Adre*s, Boise City, Idaho JUST" RECEIVED -AT MY lîoot and Shoe Store P laoervill Trum Buckingham» A Hecht, San Francis««, »tuck of BOOTS AND SHOESFOIIWOMEN AND CHILDREN BOYS' BOOTS, AND LADIES' SHOES. BOTH COARSE AND FINE. Calf and Kip Boots Cork bottomed Boots PURE GUM BOOTS, NATIONAL RUBBER BOOTS, OVER-SHOES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. French Calf Skins, kip Skins, AMERICAN AND FRENCH. Shoe findings in general, which I sell al Lowest Prices lor MARTIN CATHCART -'77-ly. Notice. All persons having claims against the ! firm of Waldron de Church are hereby re I quested to present them to James F. Frea ner tor settlement, and all persons owing the firm will please come iorward and set-1 tie, as the business must be closed up. j Waldron & CnuKcn Jan. 2 «, '86 -tf. ALEX. ORCHARD . .Proprietor. Mjtill MTIIKKT, IDAHO CITY. MEALS AT A'l HOURS —OK THn— DAY. H aving purchased the res taurant BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY of Henry Friedinger, West Side of Main Street, I am prepared to conduct the business ol these three branches in a manner that will merit the public patronage. The restau raut will be run in FïESf «ASS STOS and the tables filled with the best the market affords. Single meals or board by the week. I will keep at all times Clean Bedls. The bakery will turn out bread, pies, cakes, etc., always fresh and of the best material. I will keep constantly on hand a full and choice assortment ot Candies c to N uts. A1y patrons will be convinced that I mean wliat I say. ALEX. ORCHARD. Idaho City, Nov. 6, 1883—tf. in John H. Mykk, Placerville. Isidor Smith, Idaho City. '5 Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu gneral merchandise, Drugs, Medicines, &c. Idaho City and Placeville, Idaho. 0 ATHSANO BOARD!« Q he WARM SPRINGS ! I j FRANK COOPER. PROPRIETOR H aving taken charge of this fopula place of public resort, I have thoroughly rot*. >vated the establishment and am prepared to r« r ifilve P RMAHENT BOARDERS OK TRANSIENT GUESTS HOT AND COLD BATHS ft*' ty at all timoe, and everything about the houti kept clean and neat. Hie LADIES' DEPARTMENT will be oontrol ed * 3 MRS. CO OP SR, ml everything will be done to contribute to the comfort of tho guest«. The San Francisco Weekly Alta will be sent to any address thirteen weeks on trial for 25 cents. Splendiu premi ums are offered to yearly subscribers. THE WEEKLY ALTA, San Francisco, Cal. THi OLD STAND-BY blacksmith SHOP. »till lu the F ront> Main Street. Idaho City. "COMPETITION 18 THE LIFE OF TRADE.» The undersigned is prepaired to do GENERAL BLA0KSMITHIN6, --C) HORSE & CATTLE G IHOEIX A SPECIALTY UpsT*All those desiring to have horsesahod in first-class style, give me a call. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. JOHN COWAN, Idaho City, June 17.1884. U. Ifotice to the Public. Persons dealing with one Joe Jackson, near Centerville, aro hereby notified that he is not in my employ, nor is In' in any manner intcîested with me in mining or any other kind of business. I amtbesole owner of the Golden Fleece and Golden Star mines, near the quartz mill, about one mile east of Centerville, and the said Joseph Jackson, and all persons, are lie» by not ified not to trespass on either of said mines, as any one who shall do so will b* dealt with according to law. MARION F. WALDRON Centerville, July 1, 1884—6m. Title Abstract of Deed From Dryden McClintock, Sheriff, to ». F. Waldron, deeding all those certain quartz lodes known ai the Golden Fleet« and Golden Star mines, situated in Center "file mining district, Boise County, I. L Date of deed, March 28, 1883, and re corded March 28, 1883 , at 9 o'clock a. M, in book 15, on pages 399, 400, 461 an Deed records of Boise Count), Territory of Idaho, ) ) 3 County of Boise. do hereby certify tb« the foregoing is a true and conect »bst as appears of record. . . Witness my hand and seal of - this 9th day of July, A. D. TiM CARBOIA Auditor Boise Co. Idaho. Notice of forfeiture. To Thomas Graney, or his heirs and« signc9 \ » ligyg ex* You are hereby notified tl lia ' ent, pended $200 in labor and "P gEO boK as assessment work on . • ,.i a iin.siM WASHINGTON lode Boi« ated in Gambrinus Minn g , r to bold County, Idaho Territory, >" " ision0 f sec said premises under the p ■ -j_- n ited tion 2324 Revised Statute of^ ft, States. 1 have expended I > > ] it - wi »hm the years 1884 nut } , 10 ' '.: re bv P ubllC *' ninety clays after this no ce > apor tion you fail to «ontnbaMj^j*, tion of said expenditur ' ^ com e the '-------* said claim sec interest in sam „„der saw property of the subscribe required If tion 2324, being the a ^4 and l ®* 5 hold the same for the ^ ppj, ■ Con* My address is Idaho Cii ^ r ^i*W ty, Idaho. mw „,,, irou..il«dFREE to !î» JûYuïlîonïf .ud FLO WEB ■ MrffiKi? Too.,0^