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IDAHO WOKLD.
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FRIDAY: :::::: ::::M ARCH 10, 1893
FROM THE STATE CAPITAL.
Uii linn *f tke liUt Legislature.
Boise City, Idaho, March 7th.
Ed. World: —Tba Legislature has
adjourned. At 8 o'clock yesterday
evening the ourtain of oblivion fell
between it and a world that will have
little cause to remember its work
with gratitude or pride. Some of ita
acta were good and possibly soma
will redouud to the benefit of the
State; but it remains a fact, not cred
itable to American Intelligence, that
much of their time was frittered
away in discussions that were not en
lightening, and many bills introduced
that never should hare seen tbe light.
Besides, some of the beet bills intro
duced were not passed, while some
of the worst went through with a
whoop. White's mining bill is an
instance of the best, and the boiler
inapector bill of the worst, yet White's
bill was defeated, and the boiler in
spector bill passed. Why these
things should be it is difficult to tell,
but they are so and the State is the
sufferer; and perhaps the people who
eleot legislators without knowledge,
fitness or capacity to make laws de
serve their fate. But who is capa
ble, and who can judge correotly of
untried capacity? Tbe task is not an
easy one.
The general appropriations bill
passed just before the adjournment
of the Legislature, but it was shorn
of much of ita luxurious proportions
before it received the endorsement of
tbe Senate. The allowance for the
L N. O. was stricken out entirely,
jrhich act redeems muoh of the bad
legislation of tbe session.
Tbe apportionment bill wai not
passed, which leaves the two or three
new oounties created to depend upon
a Constitutional provision for their
representation in the next Legisla
ture. Juat how the Constitution will
be construed in regard to that matter
may depend upon the political com
plexion of the oounties to be repre
sented or refused representation; but
whatever happens the Legialature
was inexcusably derelict in refusing
to pass the law, for there should be
no doubt about the representation of
any American community. That ia a
right that abould not hinge upoi
legislative aotion or non-action.
is
to
annual interest charge reduced
rate of taxes will feel aggrieved be
cause this interest bill is lei
pay the fatter the usurer. See?
No irrigation bill was passed,
which leaves the farmers of
State a prey to the rapacity ol
the Republicans are wholly to blame
irrigation evils that so afflict
struggling corporation.
1 see by this morning's Stal
that Gov. McConnell actually signed
Mr. Workman's wagon road bill.
Were I without experience in poli
tics I would duubtlesa be surprised at
this, but I am not as things are. A
candidate for tbe United States Sen
kte frequently has to carry watar on
both shoulders, and if be does not
spill too much he generally "gets
there." Me ia spilling some, but ia
improving by exparisnoe. But there
a r e wiser men, and possibly mors un
wise men than our Governor.
In taking my leave of the Worip,
whiob I do regretfully, I feel moved
to say that the Legialature developed
some good members, and two very
inferior presiding offioers. Mr. D. T.
Miller promised well on the start, but
proved a total failure on the home
stretch. Mr. Willis neither promised j
nor achieved anything beyoud what
tba most mediocre of men would I
have done. But .wo years will show
wherein tbe Legialature of 1893
failed, and may point a moral for ita I
successor,
Adioa. T. J. S. j
It looks very much as if thousands ■
of Chinese would soon be deported
from California on account of their
obstinate refusal to registar accord
ing to the provisions wbiob ara now
|aid down to Ute».
Tke Impends* Crisis
Kttchum Keystone.
If the Sherman silver purchase act
is repealed, with no suitable substi
tute in tbe way of currency or silver,
there will be a rebellion in the United
States. The people will not submit
much longer to the dictation and
manipulation of Wall street of our
Government affairs. The oloud can
be aeen arising all along the horizon,
more particularly in the west and
south. Corporations, trusts ar.d
millionaires, backed by English greed,
are trampling on our Constitution,
violating our laws with impunity,
and strangling our people. The peo
ple have been, and are now organizing
to protect their country, themselves
and their homes against the czardotn
that is slowly but surely closing its
devil-like arms on our once republic
The people will use all peaoeful
measures possible to protect their
oountry from the grasp of the liberty
destroyers, they are on guard even
now, and if there is one more move
made to further enslave the people,
action will be precipitated. Con
gress must not legislate away our
money to the kings of gold; it must
not further legislate for the few
money-bags against the millions of
people. Our Constitution, properly
interpreted, is a gem, but distorted,
as it has been by the autocrat in judi
oial robes, to suit tbe ocoasioa of the
plutocracy, it could not be recog
nized by ita framers. Stop while
there ia yet time, for if you don't, as
sure as there is a God in Heaven,
there will be blood. This govern
ment was made by the people, for
the people, and by the living Gods
the people will control it.
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Tke Cabinet.
Walter Q. Gresham, of Indiana,
Secretary of State.
John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, Sec
retary of the Treasury.
D*n iel S. Lament, of New York,
Secretary of War.
Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabama,
Secretary of the Navy.
Riohard Olney, of Massachusetts,
Attorney General.
Wilson Bissel), of New York,
Postmaster General.
Hoke Smith, of Georgia, Secretary
of the Interior.
J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska,
Secretary of Agriculture.
A bill has passed the Arisons Leg
islature giving the women full politi
cal suffrage.
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Adolph Ballot,
rsAonoAi
Watchmaker ash Jeweler,
BOISE CITY, IDAHO,
LEMP BLOCK.
-Dealer in
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL
VERWARE, SPECTACLES, EYE'
BLASSES.
Jewelry repaired and made to order,
also, diamonds and other stones tel
and reset only fret-class.
Letter cutting, engraving hi all »tyle»
and monogram, made by a first c 1 k.-a en
graver, and in the higbcel style of the
art.
Old Gold Jewelry Taken at iu
Value.
Watch and clock work done in all Its
branches.
Fine and difficult watch repairing a
specially
Hait and express orders given ,
prompt aMmtktm
The New Drug Store
-of the
MM
DRUG CO.,-Lim't'd,
Is vow open and ready for business.
Oui prescription department will re
ceive special attention from Wm. H Nye
and W. Galbraith, both Pharmacists of
long experience.
Ordere by mail or telephone promptly
attended to.
Onr many friends in Boise Basin will,
we hope, give us a share of their valuer
orders. Address,
Nye-Oalbraith Brag Co.,
Odd Fellows Block,
Juno 10, 98-lfl Boise City. Idaho
JOHN KENNALY,
—Dealer in ——
iiARDWAma
MSHCVACTUKBU
TIN WAHHJ,
Sheet-Iron,
—and—
COPPER WARE
Particular attention given to ltcpairiny
Tinware and pumpr. Also, dealer in
Cooking and Heating
STOVES,
LEAD AND IRON PIPES,
Pomps, Ho86, Nails, Glass. Rope,
SHOVELS,
Sporting and Blasting Powder
OUTIERY.IHOT, CARTRIDGES, REVOLVERS,
Day and Barley Forks, Fork Handles
Scyths, Snaths and Grain
Cradles, Plows, Cut
ti colors,
ANT MILLS, MACHINE EXTRAS &
SCHÜTTLER WAGONS.
Agent for the Celebrated
Buckeye ïl«,i*vcst
MACHINERY.
AND SULKY HAY RAKES.
I now carry arge stock of
IRON AND STEEL,
WAGON WOOD
Horse Shoes and Horse Naih
Ituiwnm, May I». 187T.
PATENTS
J Caveat*, and Trade-Mark* obtained, and all PaU !
i snt business conducted lor moderate Ftca.
Our Orrtcc is Opposite u. S. Patent Office
and we can secure patent iu less lime thau those
remote from Washington.
Send model, dtawing or photo., with descrip
A Pamphlet, "How toObtain Patents, ' with
coat of same in the U. S. and foreign countries
sent free. Address,
C. A. SNOW & CO.
Opp. Patent Office. Washington, O. C.
.....Dealer in......
DRY GOODS,
F ** n o y Ci oocl«
Ladies' Underwear!
GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS.
Notice ot Forfeiture.
To Harry Prieud :
'ou art hertfbv notifie 1 that I have expended two
hundred I $.*00) dollars in la.-or aud imt rovemeii'a
» hv Summ* qui' t* cl» m, lit u lil«>w i reek
n*f datric, Bi'Ue county, Idaho, in o'der t
I s«ld claim under «h** protia on» «f section
2824, Iteviaed ö * tu tes of the Uiii'ed Sut«», to* tli*
eara 1891 and 1892. Ihatth proportion »»f »-aid
'xpend tore due by you in One Hundted ifldoi
l>o tare, mud if.-» hum ninety du va afletii.a I. gal
publUaltoii of «hit tintli-e, ym» tail or reni<*e V< con
tribute your proportion of «aid expenditure, »ml
nth legal c at of thi« publication, «onr interest
rill bpootn* be proper' > of the signed, under
said Section 2324. U. A. BJÜLuBfeEK.
Ida«" «'irr. Jisu. 3, 1H93
Notice for Publication.
Land Offick at Boise Oily, Malio, )
February 6. 18H3. J
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named sellier has tiled utilité ot his in
tention to make fin»! proof in support of j
claim,. Atul Hint said proof will be
made betöre the Keif inter and Receiver at
Boise City, on March 22. I8Ö3. viz:
Thomas Mann, of Horseshoe Bend Idaho,
Hom<*atead No. 2*123, for the E NW Kj
ami Lota l and 2. See 7, Tp 7 N.IUE
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. i*aid land, viz: 'timothy
I). Brainard John Peteraon. Henry liood,
and Col ben Gunderson. allot Homahoe
Bends Boise county Idaho.
Gtu* fik âyüKWAÏ, Mediator* >
MRS. A. ORCHARD Proprietress
■ Aik HTHKET. IIÏAII« CITY.
SINGLE «MEALS OR BOARD ;
, IT THl Wife
The restaurant will bo run In
First-Class Style
ami the tables filled with the bent Hi*
market fttforUa
r rr.Tl A IV X3353X>S,
Mahn t'Mv. Ail*. 12. 1SH7—tl
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-Di alcr id--
FANCY GROCERIES,
DRY GOODS,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
-- F C UNI.SUING GOODS
Trunks, Valise.-, Fur Robes,
HATS—the finest iu the market,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CAB PETS, WALL PAPER,
HOUSE LINING,
The highest, prices paid for Furs
Oct 18-tf.
8. T. DAV18,
B. K. DAVIS
(ttuccessorg to Cave & Davis)
Dealers in
Fresh Groceries and Provision.
CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL
KINDS, LADIES' AND
CHILDREN'S SHOES,
HARDWARE, IRIN AND STEEL,
TINWARE, HARDWOOD, GRAIN,
All goods at lowest rates.
Main street.....; Idaho City
Our motto is, "Cheap for Cash." Call
and get our price* and be convinced.
DAVI« RHiiTHRRH.
Baths and boardin Q
WARM SPRINGS
■Us «Th. a
FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
having taken charge of this
POPULAR PLACE CP
PUBLIC RESORT,
I have thoroughly renovated the establish
mem ami am prepared to receive
POMANEKT BCARDERS Ok T 84 NSIENI EU£S 1
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
Heady at all times, and everything about
the house kept clean and mat.
-THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT__
—will be controlled by—
Mrs. Cooper,
—And Everything W.ll be Done to
CONTRIBUTE TO THE
Ooxnfovt of axiowt
NOTICE.
Application will bo made to the
Hon. State Boa id of Pardons of Ida
ho at tlieir meeting in April, 18911
for the pardon of W. M. McCreary'
now confined in the State Penitentiary
at Boise City, Idaho.
W. M. McCreary.
Jauuary 27, IbiKk-wi.
Where do you pur
chase your gro
ceries 1 ?
Buy them of
NORMAN H. YOUNG,
CENTREVILLE, IDAHO.
A ND S A VE M UN E Y ■
Ile carries a full Hue of
FRBBH HBLiECTBD
Fancy and Staple
Groceries.
Treasurer's Notice.
County warrants as .ollows will be paid
upon presentation:
County General Fund of 1*91.
Nns. 142, 145, 1(14, 105, 143 and 176.
Uciad Fund Warrant of 1890.
No 540.
F. F. CHUKCH, C... Treas.
Idaho City, Idaho, Feb. 7, 1893.
BLACKM 3 RE & KENT,
ziz:UNDERTAKERS ——
—AND—
kmbalmers
No 818 Idaho St , Boise City, Idaho
Orders by telephone nr telegraph
promptly Attended to.
Treasurer's Notice.
The following County Warrants will be
puid ou presematiun at my office.
ROAD.
All warrants •* registered " prior to
April 17, 1890.
HOSPITAL.
All warrants " registered " prior to
October 10, 1839; also No 425, ot 1889
COUNTY GENERAL.
All warrants "registered" prior
January 16, 1891; also No. 13, ot 1891.
F. F. CHURCH. Co. Treas
Idaho City. Dec. 7, 1SII2
NOW READY!
Xiife and Work of
JAMES G^BLAINE
By Prof. John Clark Hid path, LL. D
America's greatest living Hi torian; and
General Seiden Connor, ex Governor ot
Maine, and Mr Blaine's life-long and be
som friend.
THE ONLY AUTHENTIC WORK
PUBLISHED,
On which the authors have been engaged
for over a year.
Sold Oaly by Subscription,
We sincerely warn book canvassers and
the public against allowing themselves
to be led aatrav und cheated by any of the
"catchpenny" so called "biographies"
of the great State-man which will be
thrown on the market witliiu a very short
time, and which consist of nothing but
a collection of old and unreliable news
paper clippings. Don't be carried
away by any flaring and attractive circu
lars that you may receive relating to any
such books, because what you want is
THE ONLY STANDARD WJRK
on the Iif.-. of the illustrious Statesman
A O IT jWTC wanted all over this
NmI.I 1 I ^ State. Steady work
era can make sure of earning $|00 a week
lor the next three months. Send at once
for special circulars and further particu
lars [or send tl.OU for outfit] to the
DOMINION PUBLISHING CO.,
Feb. 17—13 Seattle. Washington.
lloise City
MARBLE WORKS.
—Manufacturers and Dealers in
Ilaliac Marble and Granite
Monuments, Tombstones, 1 ■ blets, 8tat
ucs, Iron Fences, and all kiuds of Ceme
tery work. We have secured the services
of a first-class workman from the Easl
We are better lhan ever prepared to
do firstclass work, at such, extreme
ly low prices as to d, fy competition
We have also received a fine selection o
original designs, both in granite and mar
bie, so that parties can make as good ase
leciion from these designs a- eau be found
anywhere in the United thaïes.
Pirate call and examine, or w rite for our
Ipsigiiä und prices, bi tore placing your or«
des elsewhere. We will make ft'to your
interest to do so 1
Our designs In Iron Fences nrc the best
and cheapest m the world. We can fur.
uisli a good Wrom ht Iron Fence nearly
as cheap as a wood fence.
JAMES DYMOKE,
F. A. NO U USE, MaUagUr
Proprietor.
Notice for Publication,
Lako Omet at lloine niv, MaU 0 ,
J-lai- * ni, less,
«•? («""»> k io noil
Botin
proof will U«
8>1
of Mi
t ItO'l
b. fo
i Mi.nb
Home.l
Farrell, 1.1 Jenia«
* a .ad 4,
t* Hum«'« ti l) ioUlMRitltf WitllfMHe« lo prove hid
id. Ilsur) tlood, »II of H r-s-h ... lisl.d. uii
"«a & AUiilW.tY, E^mad.
4t* nr .
rj .. — - -j"»,
■Shades, Curtains. Upholstering Goods,
-and
HOTTSB FURN lSHUffQs,
NEW STORE!
NEW
GOODS!
NEW PRICE])
L- Weil,
Sonna's Opera Block, Boise City
Send for •ample«,
*. M. Cremln, J. ». »*rry, a, »
T li © "W li i ij © H o ti go
Dry Goods Store (No. «37 Main St ), Boise City, va-w,,
In order loiuiki room tor onr .print .took a • offering gr .1 bargsing In all n 1H 0 ,
WOOLEN D r E8S GOODS, HOSIERY, UNDE WEAR, SHAWLS. H00M,R*
Outing risnnel, 10 Ota. per Tard ; Cheviot, 10 Ots. per
N. S.—After the let of March we will add Millinery to our Stock. Tbie deportment to he -
i first close Trimmer from the Eoet. * ,-< N
The White House.
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JOHN H. MYER, I8IOOR SMITH,
PLAGERYILLF. IDAHO CITY
MYER & SMITH
are uow receiving tbelr large stock of
FÄLL AND WINTER GOODS,
-consisting of
GROCERIES,
All new and fresh,
CLOTHING
In every variety.
Rubber Boot«, OversliocN, S
All sizes and styles.
BLANKETS N SIX DIFFERE T COLORS.
RÏÏ IBER COATS, ALL SIZES
~HATS.=
We have a very large and flue stock of the latest styles and makes.
Watche», Clocks and Jewelry,
-a full line.
Wall Papers,
latest patterns.
TRUNKS AND VALISES
In great variety.
We Are Headquarters for
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS
Will sell Lorillard's Climax, J. B Pace's Tobaccos, Liggett 4 Myer's
Star, in quantities
AT PORTLAND PRICES.
In fact, ice have everything kept in a first-class General Mer
chandise Store.
Our stock of Groceries is the
largest we ever had, and will be t;old
cheaper than ever.
CiET O JR PRIC7S BEFORE PURCHAS
ING. AS WE WILL NOTB»: UNDERSOLD.
LUNA HOUSE.
A. First-Class Hotel,
Corner Montgomery and Commercial Streets,
IDAHO C ITY , : : : : : : : t : : IDAHO.
iVt. Gr. Lnxiey, P rop'r»
BAB. XH CONNECTION WITH HOTEL.
BEST LIQUORS. CIGARS, &C.
STAGES LEAVE DAILY FOB
Boise City, Centerville, Placervil e, Quartzburg and Banner."«
He is prepared to furnish anything In the
II A K K R Y LINE
at ruiuously low figures,
Î-îT^AT THE HOTEL.*«
Idaho City, January 1, 1884.
JAMES A. PINNEY &CO.,
BOISE CITY, IDAHO,
Have the
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK 01
HOLIDAY GOODS AND WE00ING PRESENTS}
lo be found In any one establishment in the State Bend your orders earl) 01
in person and aee for yourself their
Immense S^ooli»

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