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NUGGET All tKo Local Mining News Accur ately Chronicled. ^ ^ ^ ^ Subscription Rates. ONE YEAR. SIX MONTHS.... THREE MONTHS $8 00 1 a) 70c Telephone No. 26 Published eveby Friday by the Av&Jancha Publishing Co. Application made for entry In Postoffiee at Silver City, Idaho, as second-class FRIDAY, MARCH 3,-1906. March opened up for business much the same as if it was Mav. President Roosevelt has prom ised Kansas his big stick to pound the Standard Oil trust. Keep your eye on Owyhee min ing camps this season. Things will hum and don't you forget it! Payette is in the throes of a beet sugar factory boom. George C. Parkinson pushed the button and started the excitement. Here's hoping you win. The Nugget will give full and complete mining news of this camp. If you want to keep post ed on Owyhee mines send in your name, together with the cash, for one year's subscription. A plant has recently been in stalled at Byron Bay, New South Wales, for the purpose of extract ing gold from sea water. This is one of the old-time schemes to sluice money out of the pockets of get-rich-quick people, and has always proved a success in that respect, The Caldwell News has pulled albsaloon ad.'s from its columns, but continues to notify its read ers that KuhlmanCo., of Chicago, will pay $75 per month and allow $3 per day for expenses, for ten men to travel and tack signs in Idaho. "Consistency, thou art a jewel." W. F. Brewster has purchased the Emmett-Pearl Record, lo cated at Emmett. Editor Brew ster is a newspaper man of wide and varied experience; he has al ready greatly improved the ap pearance of the . paper. Canyon county politicians had better get in qn the ground floor. One by one the traditions of our boyhood days are being knocked out. First it was the Win. Tell apple story, then George Washington's hatchet and cherry tree had to go, and nt>\y comes a prominent mining maâ who says the first discovery of gold in California was in 1833 in Los Angeles county. The next thing we hear will be that Dubois was not an original anti-Mor ma,ii. Sinker tunnel is to the Owyhee camps what the Sutro tunnel was to California, only on a much smaller scale. In looking through the old files of the Ava- j lanehe we find many items of | mining news that read like the j stories of the faifted mines of | Peru. The Oro Fino and Golden I Chariot were wonderful produe- j ers and big dividend payers in j the'70 's, and when the Sinker ; tunnel taps the water that is now in the shafts of the mines and the great ore bodies laid bare, Owyhee camps will hum as in the old days. Senator Dubois has at last, after many years in congress, in troduced a joint resolution for an amendment to the constitu tion of the United States, which will, if adopted, forever settle the Mormon question. Senator Du bois has methods peculiar to himself for keeping the procession moving with "F. T." in large ; letters on the banner. His failure during the last campaign to stampede the republicans of Ida ho to the democratic party con vinced him that; it would be necessary to give a change of program for next year's show, hence the proposed anti-Mormon amendment to the constitution. Of course, if Dubois could have made an agreement with Borah, similar to the one agreed upon while these two anti-Mormons were journeying to the national republican convention, politics in Idaho might assums a differ ent phase, but it is generally be lieved that Borah has had hunch and will not try to head the republican procession of 1906. The resolutions offered by Dubois are as follows: ; a '■That the committee on the judi ciary be and it is hereby au thorized and instructed to prepare aud port to the senate within 30 days after the beginning of the next seessiou of congress a joint lution of the two houses of re reso con gress* proposing to the several states amendments to the consti tution of the United. States which shall provide in substance for the prohibition aud punishment of polygamous marriages, and plural cohabitation, contracted ticed within the United States and in every place subject to the juris diction of the Uuited States and which shall in substance also quire all persons takiug office der the constitution or laws of the United States or of any states to take and subscribe to an oath that he or she is noc aud will not be a member or adherent of auy organ- ; ization Whatever, the laws, rules or nature of which organization quire him or her to disregard his or her duty to support aud main tain the constitution and the laws of the United States, aud of the several states." or prac re uu re The following from the Coeur d'Alene Press, one of the staunch democratic papers of our state, reads like there might be change: "The fearless manner of President Roosevelt in going after the trusts and monopolies, and the determination to force the big railway corporations of the country to deal justly and honestly with the public, is caus ing many people to look him as a Bryan democrat: The president and many republican admirers may not realize that at present; but a retrospective view of Bryan and the reforms he ad vocates, will prove that there is but very little difference between the ideas and views of these two a upon men on the greatest questions now confronting the people. The Press will not be surprised to see President Roosevelt and William J. Bryan standing on the same platform, politically, within the Democratic editors always were noted for nerve, and Brother Scott is no exception to the rule. He dently forgets the utterances of j the "great Commoner" during | the campaign of last j perialism was the bugaboo that | caused Bryan to swallow the next four years." evi year. Iin I gold plank and support the nom- [ iuee of the Standard Oil Co., in! I person of Judge Parker. The anti-trust plank was one of the principal planks of the republi can platform, and people had confidence that if Roosevelt was elected president he would make the fight for the masses. It is indeed possible that in the near future that Bryan, Dubois, and even the editor of the "Press," will get in the republican wagon when they realize that imperial ism, gold standard and anti-ex pansion theories are dead issues. _ , ___ ; *..x? TRIPS Between DeLamar and Silver City, parts from Delamar at 8 a. m. Departs from Silver on return trip at 2 p. m. Passengers and Freight carried. Stops at Deweÿ en route. Stage de. ; Delamar Livery, Feed and SALE STABLeS .CHARLES FORNEY, - Proprietor STOP! in and get as mooth Share at SMITH'S Barber Shop, Silver City. Re-opeued in Farris' Old Stand. ■ BATHS at any time during workiug hours. ..., H. M. SMITH PR.OPRIETOR ; C. H. GRETE <a COMPANY 'G) ClotHiers Hecberdashers ev.nd General Outfitters for Men and Boys - ■ All Goods NEW and Nobby elf y Correct Fitting men's a n d boys' custom made suits hats, gloves, hosiery, shirts, and neckwear New goods are now arriving. Come and see if there is any thing we have in stock that you want. ' WÊÊ I W iM OWYHEE MEAT MARKET f m m m i m m David Somerville^ Proprietor I I I t I f A Supply of the, best Fresh and Salt ill I I MEATS 1 I i z. m ill 1 The oldest established Markét in Owyhee County m m iii 1 I * -SHOPS LOCATED AT Silver Oity Dewey DeLamar I I ill 1 m w Owyhee Brewery SILVER OITV, IDAHO BEER Guaranteed to he a Pure Mop ai\d Barley Product A Healthful and Delicious Tonic Beverage. For sale by the Barrel, Bottle or Measure Fritz Schleifer Prop ) SOCIETY CARDS J V If NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, SILVER CITY Lodge No. 25, K. of P Regular meetings every Tuesday evening at 7:30, in Masonic Hall. Ail Drethem In good standing are cordially in vited to attend. Leo Wogotke, C. C. Tohn Grete, K. of R. andS. f YRUS CHAPTER NO 2, R. A. M.-Meets w every fourth Wednesday of each months. So journing companions cordially invited to attend. T , „ T R. H. Britt, Ex. H. P. R. H. Leonard, Jr., Secretary. «1LVKR CITY LODGE NO. IS, A. F. & A. M. Meets the Second Wednesday of euch month, 'muning brethern cordially invited to attend. Frederic Irwin, W. m. Soj J. 8. St. Clair, Secretary. JV"NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, DELAMAR LODGE, ** No. 29. Meetings Friday evenings at 7:30 p. m. in Castle Hall. n H. ft. Simmons, C. C. B. A. IIeazle, K. of R. and S. I T LLA REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 31, meets v the second and lourth Wednesday In each month at Odd Fellow's Hull. Visiting members in good standing cordially invi ted. Emma Rodda, N. G. Eliza Mitchell, Secretary. /"\WYHEE LODGE NO. I. O. 0. F., Silver >7 City, Idaho. Moots every Friday night Sojourning Brethern always welcome. „ T , W. R. Hamilton, N. G. H. H. Leonard, Jr., Secretary. Z/ PROFESSIONAL CARDS ® THOS. FÄRBER, M. I>. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Calls answered any hour of the day or uight. De Lamar, Idaho It, C. Cunningham attorney and counselor Office near Idaho Hôtel. Prompt and careful attention given to all legal business ftiLVEK City, Idaho w. It. HAMILTON, M. D. PHY'SICIAN AND SURGEON Silver Cli r. Idaho DR. F. S. HEER —DENTIST— SILVER CITY, IDAHO •JOHN F. NUGENT ATTORN E Y-AT-LAW SILVER CITY IDAHO JOHN LAMB NOTARY PUBLIC SILVER CITY, IDAHO. Ladies, Take Notice! The key to Mrs. Mill's Millin ery parlors has been left with Mrs. Roberts, at Bartow's store, until the return of Mrs. Mills. Ladies wishing anything in the in the Millinery line will be waited upon by Mrs. Roberts. — »* » »' .I. M ■«M»»,», L-I ■BBSS? The Brewery - ► ► < Saloon - - ► ► . » ► ■ A Select line of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS 4 ► - < < i The Quietest Resort in Town. ► t ► ► ■ - - : FRED GRETE, Sr. \ I PROPRIETOR \ -t 1I VWWVVNA/W V VWA/VVWWWa This is no jolly We can and do do as good work in cleaning, pressing, dying and repairing, and fitting and making Men's Suits and Overcoats as can be done any where in the state. C. J. Leonard & Co.