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signs of tl e <in •< now visible is ihe politirsl sky point to eontlnuKl trinroph of th* great National Union Republican part^for many years to come. The eminent success «f| I'reiident Grant's adminisiration in u, îaév. Thararfay Morn**, pin. sr *f- The Inert total ersewil! baftmnd m lh* two ja***». * 1 Political Future. — All intelligent every department, and especially in 1 that presided over by Secretary | Ikatwell, which is fset redeeming I ' the country financially from the em barrassment* lefo which she vAs 1 plnnged hy a few disappointed efroniß office seekers, whose plaint ive cries attracted a sufficient nnni bw of sympathizing spirits to wage w»r upon her and drive her to the necessity of raising means for self protection by the unusual and very objectionable policy of imposing upon her eiiizens burdensome taxa tion, is waking the people up to s resit*'ng sense of their condition and the condition ot public affairs. It is showing them who are the coun try'» friends and who they are who j Institute and carry out measures for preserving her free institutions, and when that is accomplished who they are who take care that her honor is not impeached and that she keeps faith with her creditors. The plan said to be recommend ed by the Secretary of the Treasury ! to Congress for adoption, looking to the resumption of specie payment at an early day, while it will meet with cursings *Rd the gnashing of Detnncrstio teeth, because under Radical rule the country will not go to ruin as they have prophesied and prayed, does not surprise any true Mend of the Union, all of whom have been looking for the happy is sue of the cnrreaey problem, which is now so near its realization. Onrt thA plan is in working order of re deeming the national bank paper with greenbacks—assuming the coi - tradiclcd dispatches to be true—and some stimulus givento indue« flo iting bank currency to seek redemption, that psper will soon disappear, and when it is announced that there are three or four hundred millions in the Trsasury, with which to ranine specie payment, a paper dollar will at once become equivalent to a dol lar in gold, I'realise it will command gold when presented to the Treasury or its agencies, and It ia doubtful, after the first excitement, whether tbw paper wHI not be preferred to the coin,on the score of convenience. Shrewd financiers are of opinion that two hundred millions as a starter would be amply suffi cient to redeem the national paper as fast as it would be presented. Democratic papers and politicians | cannot cover up these facts and keep the people in ignorance of them. They may invent and circalate all manner of Unreasonable and sense lesa aterian ot Mr. and Mrs. Grant's complicity with the speculations of the gold room, but facie, flgnreeend results speak louder than idle accu sation*. * Th» eworn m onUtly state ments of the Secretary are having and avili continue to exereieo a aatu lary influence over the politic* of the present and future that all the eiaharrs of pettifogger» and grovel ling presort cannot counteract. ■ j J. P. Moore, who left, hit legge band ef Texet cattle- near Kelten and came ia here a month age, bee moved them to Gravelly Ford, on the Humboldt, In order to he be tween the two great markets in the spring. Ir ia preposed to organise a new eounty ia the northeast cerner ef California, embracing Surprise, Goose lake and aereral other valleys new in Shasta, Siskiyou and Lessen soumîtes. Tmr Bowk Waqon Wheel. Messrs. Baol & Oarllon, of Boise City, made* another improve ment in tbeW pRent ruing wagon wheel. The hub, with this new improvement, is entsühn three pieces ; the pipe or box fhat works on the axle extendi the whole i en gj[, 0 f n, r hub, being of the or ; nary sire of a pipe box at each rnd( with a Hngr in tb « mifldl^. Tl , a | ip on 0T( . r t!)U pipe arB tw0 iec tidn* of the hob, cast with mor have tire-tigbt tises to receive the spokes. One uT 1 ptfC tj ong fit* on behind the | I O'-her in front of the fringe on the ' pipe, the one behind being fastened to its place, while the one in front slides back and forth on the pipe. The spokes beitig thus spread where they enter the hub, in front and re».* of the flange, and brongbt into a trn# line where they enter the felloe, are governed by a nut on the nozzle of the pipe that strains the front section back towards the flange, thus tightening the rim by decreasing the distance between the spokes in ths front and rear sections and caus ing them to protrude towsrds the tire. The object a canting the hub in three pieces ia to enable them, when a pipe wears out, to replaça it with a new one without disturbing the balance of the wheel. This is our understanding of the constmc tion of this new wheel, which, al though we bave not aren it, we re gard aa a valuable discovery. There appears at least to be suflicient use ful novelty in the conception to make it a valuable franchise to the patentees, and if it ia not yet per tect the minds that originated the idea will be very likely to make it so. 1 | The great Suez Canal is finished ; another avenue of trade and travel between the Orient and the Occident is completed and Ute ends ot the earth are brought naarer together. The completion of those two mighty enterpr sea, tbe Atlantic and Pacific .railroad and the Suez Canal, mirks the year 18IÎ9 as that one of all the six thousand that have gone like a dream since the history of the world began, preeminently the year ol prugreaa and improvement in open ing up highways for tbe natious to travel. On the Hth or November the Em press Eugenie of France, tbe Em peror of Austria, the »Viceroy of Egypt, Prince Royal of Prussia, Prince and Princess or Holland, ami other crowned and uncrowned beads met at Port Said on the Med iterranean and with a fleet of a hundred vessel» passed through the canal to Suez on th* Red Sea. Te dftoms wsre sung mingled with tls Musseiman's prayer, and one of the grandest celebrations took place ever witnessed on this earth. Tbe Red sea, the canal, the lakes adja cent snd the lead for miles mere 'brilliantly illuminated with fire works. Wa see by the California papers that ear old friend, Dr. T. T. C»bi naas, of Siskiyou, wilt be a candidate before the Legl»turc this winter for the position of Resident Physician at the Stockton Insane Asylum. The Dr. can't read bis title* clear to a position in a Lunatic Asylum as can Dr. Reynolds, of San Franciaco, who H urged Tor th* position because he has been a Democrat for forty yekra without equivocating, even during tbe meet disgraceful history of th* perty. Dr. Cabinas* wee e right good Whig year* ago. when it was eur pride and pleeaure to puli in tbe same political harnea* with hip in convention* and at the poll*. W# «bould be sorry to see an old political friend, for whom we still entertain a high personal regard, **wt to P'orVos. The propie of Union, Baker and I Umatilla counties. Oregon, are be stirring tberös*fv*s'lo awafcen an in tereel in gutters calculated to bene fit their own löcal interests. Meet Jug* are being held and a local ora VT. W. Biker, fs ^dressing the people on the importance of up p outing Da rid Chaplin and J. 11. Slaier, a Republican and Democrat, to go aa Commissioners to Washing ton to urge the granting of lands and other subsidies for a railroad | from the Uactfio road to the Colipn- ! bi* rirer, the reinoral of the Indians j from ■ he L'matilla Reservation, sur- , re_y of the public lands and to open | p and publish inducements to emi- j gration and the settlement of East- | ern Oregon. According to tha Grande Rood* | Sentinel quite an excitement has j sprung up with reference to these j interests. Shall Idaho wait for her neighbors to do this work or take hold and assist? lor, u I All the Court* of Nevada and California ndjourned over one day out of respect to the memory of the late A. W. Baldwin. Nearly all the Judges delivered eulogies from the bench upon the life, character and br.lliant talents of the deceased, the most feeling, earnest and touching of which, sn far as we have read them, being that of Judge McKin stry, of the County Court of San Francisco county. Esq., attorney of the Twelfth Dis trict, also paid a glowing and able tribute to many virtues, sterling in tegrity and deep deiotion to prin ciple of his brother in the profession. The city counsels and fire companies of Gold Hill and Virginia also held meetings and p iased re-olution* of condolence, as well as the Masonic Fraternity in'many places. No man tins died on the coast more generally and sincerely lamented. I'ht.siciam Heal Tiithki.p. undirecel anil unrestrained by principle, the presa becomes an in- tolerable evil, and instead of en- lightening depraves the public mind. When truth i* to be told or pub- lished, it should tie for a good end ; not to irritate, but to convince ; not to inflame bad p issions, but to sway the judgment; not to gratify a per- sonal spleen, but to subserve a pub- lic good. While ttie free expression of facts and opinions should be everywhere 'encouraged, all good citizens have a vital interest in fixing the brand of infamy on falsehood, whether spoken or published, from wbatejer motive or whatever the came or interest it may be designed to subserve. The public can have interest in tbe publication ot scurrility and falsehood ; such ut- terances can only be made hy bad men in th* interest of themselves or others who are worso .—Idaho States- man, -. #. The Sutro Tuunel ia now in 173 feet nnd making bend way at the rate of seven feet every twenty-fopr bourn. J. W. Winsna. If n< J. HUELAT à CO. I DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Wines, L Ignora, Cigars, Tuba*«., Iran, nnd Btcal, cal jM Eastern made clothing nn# BOOTS, CAL. emi O'O'IT blaherts. Flannels dt Caasimr rea. Men's Overahlrta, Under-Clothing, Sieves, Ladle* nnd CelMren'a Shoea, Mastery nnd Gloves, Mags, Tickings, nnd Table Linen, BRtWClJt lad I PLY CARPETINfl, I ^A^^Wersh,* Hemp Packiaf, tad!» J. HUELAT A OQ. ltf I » mwmuam. j ». nts**umu> ; r. lhucht 3. B. Cor.. Washington and | ! j , | j | | j j HERMAN & CO. BANKERS, ) Second Streets, ^ SILVRB CITY, IDAHO TERRITORY, Draw Sight Draft* an Scholle Bro's, Baa Francisco and Jfcw Yorh ; Portland, Oga., and the principal Eastern Citlee, —A*»— EUHOP E. Da a general BA If KIM G BUSIER««. Bag and sell ' I Geld Cetk,Currency «mil Bullion. Hake Advances on MERCHANDISE. Receive Storage ia fire-proof Warehenae. tlif Delmomco Restaurant. On« doer south of thfe Puatolfice, 1 Washington if tree*. ROBERT, THOMAS, [ Thr. OU Algerine, Em-Chief Cook to Aid tl-Kader, the Knur of Matcara J is fro prielor, and head cook himself, and *»ta up Lunches nt nil hours of tho day nnd night. Chickens nnd Gn Boiled, Stewed, Fried, Broiled, Fricasecd snd scolloped. Oysters in nil styles. Ham nnd Egg*, Soaps, And everything else in, and out ol aeason, When Called for. Pies, Cakes, Cnstards, Fruits, Muts, etc., etc. of nil kinds In short the Old Algerine is not second to any man in the prof esion as an expert in culinary affaire. J6tf ROBERT THOMAS, Prop'r. EDWARD BORMAN. Kost tide Waêhinçfton Street, one door north of Vu Miner»' Hotel . blLVEK CITY, MANUFACTURER m. AMD DIALS* IS ta ots f Shoes, Gsm ltoots, Shoe-Findings, Etc., Etc., Ae. Y STOCK OF SAN FRANCISCO-MADK Bools—direct (rum the manufacturer, is COMPLETE. 3H —ALSO— A very «xtensive shipment of Leatker and olker Fine Stock, From which 1 prepared to make to urde: ANYTHING IN MY LINE. ! employ Mona but the Beat Workmen, sad Personally SUPERINTEND THE WORE !Or Goods of my own manofhetara al ways on hand. Repairing Neatly and Promptly at EDWARD BORMAN. lend itr STOVES AND TIN-WARE j&Bm FURSII ARRIVAL » —A»»— Frire» Redaeed ROBERT H. WEEKS i Jbrdaa St, Silver CHg. A TING PURCHASED THE IMTER est ot John R. «ri basin««, 1 havane hand The I.argeit nnd Moat Complete Stork at Staves and »half deeds In nay Line, aver breugkt te this Market, aad which I prapese te dispose sf at Ha d weed rate* for Cask. H in lb« altri fiF dll It« 4» ef werk des« I* order. ROBERTA WEEKS. UT FOR SALE. T he rewdenoTot ml «noam M «dirai Peiel Awiq le flw rapt e* "ÄTt, /. Bellar, Wayaegae. • W. D. BIGELOW, •j baii-aa m ? UOtKJIIKg, \tnEs, G ttcora, 'viipiiK, * tHUIkaai VEGETABLES. 1.1 t* Kf Admtices made pc Stonge and Can taiasiau Goulu. lit 1000 MEN WANTED! —AT— GRAHAM'S SAMPLE ROOMS, Boy His (Mark FIRM LIQUORS AMD (IfiAKH t Wheitml* and Retail ) Cheap for CASH. Give him a call and k Sample.* Waehimgtmet —me door <o*Q gf ftggg ttf JAMES GRAHAM. LIVERY STABLE IN FLINT. 1 The Ancient Mariner Extra a HORSE HOTEL In the Basement of Herman * Co.'• Stefa GEO. DREW, Drop. Owyhee City. COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT. A. M. Iaiffitoiiib hu started» FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT at George Merritt'» old stand •n Washington Street, near Ix>ng Gulch. H*' COSMOPOLITAN will cot be bthiaft T any eating establishment in the Territory I Providing Good Fnre for its Guests. **- Come and try it once and you will cone again. Charges Moderate. A. M. 1.1 SCOUR •tf OWYHEE LIVERY, SALS \ — AMD — FEED STABLE Weit side Jordan Street, near the bridfit A. C. SPRINGER, Proprietor* JINGLE AND DOUBLE BUGGIES, TEAMS AND SADDLE HORSES TO LET. Horses bought nnd sold,or boa rd by the Day, Week or Month. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOB HAY AND GRAIN. 90- Call and see and my terms will toll A. C. SPRINGER itr you. *- unm I c. w. rues | i. 9 . armas. MUSIC , —VOS— __ PUBLIC A PRIVATE PARTIE# ' Furnished by MATHEWP, PLACE A RUDE^ESI •.< On R ea s onable Terln*. - Apply at the Scandinavian Salocn.. lit/ RE-OPENING — .»» TO •— OWYIIF* LIVER» Snle and FEED STABLE, Jerdaa Street, beUno the Idaho Hotel. £ Vjg[ H A TINS REMITTED AND T EMMIS* . ad this commodious eatabliihaaab I am afain ea hand, prepared to tarai# or perform aaythia* required In any llau Buggies, •■d «addle Animate te Order. Wtf A. C Spriagar. CITY BOOKSTORE. * m , M. LEBRECHT, Met igor -W/rrna* d Cb . ■■«■■» Art- Beeke. Wtatlencry, Legal Chp, Hastens, Tebacea, cigars, CLOTHIHG, Fruit, Cenlfeetlanary, Teya, Aeanannttiea, eta. A CIRCULATING LIBRARY. /«HI