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IP-AJHO OITY, SXJnsriD-A.Tr, IM^IFLOIEI 14 , 13 * 75 .
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Published
SONBAYt, WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS,
BY
The Idaho World Printing Company
EGBERT W. JONES. BUSINESS MANAGER.
05« h tot Bdfiig A^jotiiij lamie Sal. VaB 8hwt
TERMS, :::::: INVARIABLY IN AB7ANCE.
of Subscription!
Three Months...$3 00
Ratei
One Year.........§S OO
Six Months.......5 OO | Single Copies.....
Bj Carrier. $3 per quarter.
43
Kates ol Advertising:
Oof square, tea lines or less, one insertion... $ 5 00
** each subsequent insertion. 3 00
Oac-etghth of s column, per quarter.......... 23 00
•• fourth " •* •• — 40 00
•• third " •* •* M ......... 50 00
•• half •• •• M •* 60 00
*>no column, per quarter,.................... 100 00
B i.nocss cards, lu Unes or less, three months, lu 00
Prolfssiooal Cards.
JONAS W. HHOWV,
\ TTOHNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, AND
S'tar y Public. Idahu City. I. T. Will prance
lia *d the Courts of the Temiury. Omet on Corn
|n«rcul street, two dour above Court House.
GKO. AINSLIE,
TT*>RNEY AND COUNSELOR aT LAW. IDAHO
k I T. offi.e n Montgomery »trv'.'t. secoud
ihire the Posiurhce.
WH. J. KOTIf 3VKLL, N. 0.,
P 'lY'I'VVS. SCHOKOS. AC.. cra<luate of JeSer
«»»:: Mod teal Coliesfe,
Phil* teiphia. office *»n
p tu l of Granite «irret. Plae.trvUie. ICnse tS>.. ,
I fdec* -tf
*ortrîii îlotiffs.
t
ÏDlîlfl Enramjiment, S' 3 t C »-.-A l T y
I il h tt« Ilf IW-eittig* *t ||
1 * »- !ir Rail '»•t i'hur* î*y g
v i. a: 7 .>'• -•It. All ::»"*nber*
>! •'•■-r. ta:.» ire -ivite 1 to s'>r.d Jlj * ^ 4_
• . * >f the K. Com. ; ^
. 2 * * y. r Tan . 3.1 a t tf -g
> >!•<!*: I.OOOK, No. 2. I »* n T r(Kr
) \* a« r *f iUr meeting« a; it« hall, on
c U* .*f each we*-3. at 7 >>'divk ^ r *
i**» *>•»•1 G Afr;n«i'ed t«» •%»
34. By -nier f the W. C. T.
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St.itionmi and Motion?.
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S. C. SILSBY,
l«CC*-i»*oa T ) JA«. A. PJS5ICI S CO.)
I3ÎUUTINQ riff/m AND VARIETY
LI3RARV î L lJUF STORE.
mmciBMIK.............IDAHO CITY,
DKALKll IX
A'TO. . . .
IENERAL NEWS DEALER
TOBACCO AND CI 0 AE 8 ,
HILDRE.VM TOYS,
All of which will bs
SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.-**
»T Rjok. in roy line, not found in n»y stock.
! V »m »,r4«r. be procured In the shortest possible
: ti »astern prices—my facilities for so doing being
Gk tad expedltiooa, (Jooe 12 .1073U
MINERS' EXCHANGE.
<it* AUTZETRU, 1. T* Mh
Foster,................Proprietor
Uhl'« n{ the Miner's Home will always bs sap*
With ths very Exist of »very thing in the market.
0000, CLEAN BEN
^ for regular boarders orlran slant easterners,
1 »<» psins nor sspsnss spared to maks the Home
*^*dly s favorite resort wr ever yb ody. Givsi»
* 0 » o good,
|Xovf-4L
If you want either »
ortahlsbed.
Watte*.
William Haslkm, D. Weather*
' " Crswtbrd, J. B. lhylor tad all wb«»
t Too, ami eaeh sfjns, ate hereby
B. Thyldr, have done the IWJ
ed by the lew efCsMg r eeeof
w
concern
that
aod
SaMldSrSi
LT.,
BBSS
or
■'W
Dottis and ^fstaumuts.
BATES A1 BOARDING.
SPRINGS.
WARM _
MATH»j
FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
H aving taken charge of this popular
place of public resort, 1 have thoroughly r«mo*
rated the ostabUshiuem and am prepared to receive
PERMANENT BOARDERS OR TRANSIENT 6UESTS.
HOT AND COLD BATHS
ready at ail times, sud everything about the house
kept clean and neat.
The LADIES* DEPARTMENT will be controlled by
MÄS. COOPER,
And everything will be done to contribute to the
comfort of guesta. (declitf
LUNA IIOTTWI
f«**f leturcem tbi (Vsnkrrul Slr«ti,
M. O. LUNS7,........Proprietor.
H aving again assumed con
trol of the above uttuol b<>u»e, I have rrfnm
ished the same w:th n. w beds and bedding, single
or doable rooms fur guests.
the table
WiU be supplied with the best tiio market a£j. rds.
THE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
F> r all Roes leading out of Idaho ci«y will fc. f f.n }
at tl ;«
;Jm.e if
CITY
V"?
FEED STABLE,
» Fronting '3 the n»l
side »>f the Plaça,
A}
Î
Ph.l( KHVlhhK. I. T.
'liOPltlRrolt
_A. OIX. CT3T A TI Ti Ft
a-aa.«^,.........
Saddle. r»fr«c<'. Buggy and Team tIof*r* tepi
• U »fShtly Oft hand Sf d rra.t V ? * U *e 1 »V *'» l n I
an t h r* « re «-n. d f r b u l r t-» raocheby the <lsy
AT LOWEST RATES.
A gu*»4 h* *t!«*r »Jw«y* in rfvUn*«* to »r»ii on <-u*
t->f»rr«, anl rv/ry a. inmst.un jr-\t!r.l in Fir * t- !
el».** livery St»l)le*. {
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GEO. A. PRINCE & CO.
ORGANS AND MELODEONS.
The Oid'*t, Largr*t, and Mod Prrfi'ct ütAiinfactory
in the Unttrd htati-S.
64,000
Now in une.
No other Mostcal Instrument over obtained ths same
Popularity.
MiT end tor Price Lists.
Address BUFFALO, M. Y.
9
Bissolution Zfotice.
T he copahtneksiup hereto
for** existing Ixtwwn J. II. Emery and Edward
Fulmer has this day hern dissolved by mutnal cou
sent Ali persons knowing themsslvr* indebted to
said Arm will pises* rail and settle. Doth parties are
authorised to settle the business of the late firm.
J. B. BMKBY.
Idaho Crrr. Jan. 31. 1875. ED. FULMER.
The undersigned takes this method of Informing
bis friends and the publie generally that he wilt con
tinue business at ths old stand. £. FULMER.
$ 5 -
^G. » nano* k Co., Portland,
Per day at home. Terme
Maine.
Wotice.
mo J. NEALE, TH03. STRINGIIAM,
1. L. Bchwabacher, M. B. Moore, G. W. Crafts, J.
DovtU. and all whom it may conoern: You. and
each of you, are hereby notified that we. If. B.
Moore and O. W. Crafts, have done the füll amount
of work required by the law of Congress of 1872, and
amendments thereto, to-wit:
Misty (60) DoUan
___ ___the'mine witGn ninety daft fir
Xml or tort-. H f
% from the
interest
itiarts
s. ssr a ^8i *.und
ohtixn, as provided tot by the act M»ort specified.
W Œïï"»" "• im> - £■£ JÜSIS:
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T"'?
E METAL. FOR SALE AT
Good tor an the pur p oses far uMch
LD
Unaed. and tn
warn
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Kkwi TULL AMORT
OBhaafi. .?r I
JOB PRINTING
AT
NEW YORK PRICES!
AT TUE
IDAHO WORLD
JOB
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inSTKRS,
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nn.uiK.vns,
N0ÏKS.
PKOGKAMM ICS,
KKcKirrs,
LKKNSKS,
VllTSINf; CAltDS
HAUL TICKETS,
LKrrEUIIEADS.
ALSO
LEGAL & JUSTICE'S BUNKS
of all kinds,
and uv*cry description of
ta
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THOV7
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always on hand and printed to order,
PLAIN, OR IN COLORS,
And at prices 60 per ceet below
our former rates.
Call and examine specimens and prices.
mm jj
Because we occasionally speak a good
word for Temperance, we are set down as
"temperance fanatic." So be it To the cul
tivated understanding fanaticism is synony
mous with conviction. If Copernicus am
Galileo, Franklin and Morse bad not been fa
natics in the cause of science, the received so
lar system,—sometimes called the Coperaiean
system,—the telescope, electricity and steam,
migtt still have remained undiscovered. If
Jefferson, Patrick Henry and Pain kad not
been fanatics in the cause of freedom, the ter
ritory comprised within our loudly vaunted
United States of America, might still be Brit
ish possessions, or British colonies, as they
were called. If Lovejoy and Garrison and
Philips had not been fanatics the "war for
the Union" would not have been. If Constantine
and Paul bad not been fanatics there had
to-day been no Christian religion. In short if
there had never been any fanatics the world
would uever have been provoked into taking a
forward step, and we should be as nature left
us—untutored barbarians. Fanaticism raises
questions about the truth or falsity of systems,
principles, theories and practices; and fanat
ics, much to tbo chagrin of » quiet-loving, self
satisbed world, bring those questions on to the
forum of popular debate, when, after being dis
cussed, the infallible Judge—Mankind—usual
y decides in favor of the fanatics. The tern
perauce question is now prominently before
tbat grandest of Judges-to show how promi
nently it is up before that court—we exchange
w ith and receive by other means, forty-one news
papers, periodicals and magazines, published
in Ktigland and America, and of tbnt number,
only one is np(>oted to temperance, and tbat
one is called the .tJrrrtiarr, and is published
at (he foot of a whipping post somewhere in
Delaware. What more fitliug comment could
be made on a state which continues the whip
ping post lu use, then that its newspaper*
ad
vocale drunkenness 1
St*t< I !» 17 -—The (iiilnw mg dispatch is taken
Iruin the Owyhcndaily Arnlattdu -of Feb 2tUh:
San Trauntct». Feb *ii*th. — Yesterday nmru
ing. shortly alter 11 o'clock, a domestic ein.
ployed in the American Exchange,on Sansome
sire« t, while passing through one ol the balls,
heard the report ul a lire arm, and atonre no
lified the cleik of the hotel, who. with several
other persons, went t;p stairs, and on passing
room No 7«* discover« d smoke com*ng through
the transome of the door ot tbat room. They
forced open the d.»or, when the discovery was
made that Moreland K Magee had shot himself
was breathing bis last, lie was attired in his
underclothing and lying on the floor in the
* middle of his room, and by his side a large na
vy revolver, one chamber of which tvu empty.
An examination revealed the fact that the ball
had entered his left side just above the nipple,
and. passing inward, had penetrated hi« heart,
j The suicide had put up at the American Ex
change last Friday, and informed the clerk,
w ho registered his name, tbat he came from
Idaho. Beyond this and tome «light in
formation gathered from papers found in his
trunk, nothing is known concerning the sui
cide. The Coroner wa« notified, and in hia trunk
was found a buckskin belt filled with green
backs, amounting in the aggregate to $1,356.
There was also found $6 10 In silver coin, and a
certificat«* of deposit© for $481 G4 on the Lou
don and Han Francisco baok, payable to M. R
Magee. The suicide bad, during his stay in
this city, been addicted to drink, and it is pre
sumed that he was attacked with deliutn tre
mens, and while suffering from tbat malady,
took bis life.
Evening Hours at Home.— Husband your
evening hours. The night is a profitable sea-
son of mental culture, social happiness and
rest. Books, conversation, music-these fit
well the night. Happy now are they who have
homes A bed to sleep in, and a table to eat
from, do not constitute a home. Any old bach*
elor, with a salary, can purchase so much of
the world's comforts. But the magnetic fire-
side circle, the smiles of mother or wife, the
talk of the lensible old folks, the songs of sweet-
voiced sisters, the affectionate good night of
children ; the wholesome occupation of heart
and mind in social and intellectual enjoyment
—these are the unpurchasable comforts of
home, sod the winter nights.
- —»»+. -
A corkks fondent writes from a Swiss
town : "I was much amused in looking over a
visitor's book at the inn to find that under
beading 'Occupation,* two German girls
written, 'Looking for a husband.*''
the
had
8ome modern philosopher has given in these
eleven lines the summary of Ufo :
7 years in childhood's sport and play......7
7 years jn school from day to day..... ..14
7 years at trade or college life..........-.21
7 years to find a place and wife. ..........26
7 years to pleasure's follies given.........35
7 years to business hardly driven..... .«..42
7 years for some wild-goose chase.........49
7 year* for wealth and bootless raoe.......56
7 years in boarding for Four hair..........63
7 yean in weakness* pan and cara...•. «..70
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Tkaali., W d|0-rHiSMikMW«b«N.
In some of tba
changed. > Poor
last your.
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the inma an
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The present condition bf the finances of tho »
Centennial may be briffly described a* follows :
The State of Pennsylvania has appropriated
$100,000 ; the city of Philadelphia, gl,500,000.
subscriptions tn the stock tend now amount to
_ _______amount to
$2.100,000. Tho State appropriation gout, by
the terms of the donation, to the erection of
Memorial Hall, the exclusive use of which, for
the time of the exhibition, is conferred upon
the management of the Centennial. Memorial
Hall is to be a permaaent Art Gallery, three
hundred and sixty-five feet in length, two hun
dred and sixteen in width, and filty-nine in
height, (over the basement of twelve feet,) and
crowned in the center by a dome. The mate
rials are granite, glass, and iron. No wood is
to be used in the construction. In its dimen*
sions and its architecture—the modern Ren
naissance —Memorial Hall will present an un
common union of beauty and grandeur, and
will be a standing ornament to Philadelphia.
The city appropriation of $1,500,000 is to be
divided between the Machinery Hall and the
Horticultural Hall. This latter is to be a per
manent building for the use of the park. Like
the main paviliios, it will be constructed ot
Idas* and iron, and tastefully ornamented. The
Machinery Hall will resemble thé one at Vien
na, in its general proportions— en elongated
parallelogram—but will not he so large, and
will not bave such massive side walls. No plan
has yet been adopted either for it or for the
Agricultural Hall. The main parillion is to
cover eighteen acres, the Machinery Hall about
ten. The estimated expenditures are: tor the
Pavillion, $1,200,000; lor the Machinery Hall,
$800,000. (to be increased, if necessary ;) and
for the Horticultural Hall, $200,000.— Inter**
tional Retie*, for January.
Mb. Richard B. Irwin, the corruptioa
agent of the Pacific Mail Company, stated be
fore the Congressional Ways and Means com
mittee tbat be had disbursed $750,000 among
members of Congress and the press, as follows :
Charles Abort. $7,000: O. J. Averill, $10,*
000 ; J. G. Berrett, $10.000 ; E. H. Cor mack,
$2.000 or $5,000 : A. B. Corwin, $3,600 ; L. B.
Chittenden. $5,000; B. H.Cheever,$5,000; H.
G. Fant, $12.000 ; John W. Forney, $25,000:
Samuel A. Hatch, about $20,000; S. R. Ing.
ham. $10,000: William Moran—don't recollect;
Alexander W. Randall, $10.000 ; John D. Rice,
$25.000 ; Wm. B Shaw. $15,000; Charles H.
Sherrill, $500; J. G. Scbumaker, $300,000;
A. II. Whitting. $100,000. This list included
all persons employed by him, and be knew on
ly two others employed—Wm. 8. King, whom
he paid $125,000, and R. C. Parsons, who re
ceived $10,000, both by order of Stoewell.
The witness was here excused from further
testify ing, until next day, on account of ill
health. It is not improbable that some besides
the witness experienced a sensation of squeam*
isbness about that time.
d
Touch Her Easy*. —They learn young in
this country, as in all others. Recently a seven
year-old girl of the Fourteenth Ward was walk
ing up East Temple street, when she met her
father in front of a milliner's store. She gazed
for a moment at the pretty hats in the window,
and then slyly looking up into her father's eyes
said, "Papa, won't you buy me a uew hat?"
"Wbat, pet, bu/you another new hatf" "Yes,
papa. come, won't you?" "WeH. I'll tbiuk
about it I'll speak to mamma and see what
she says." The little countenance immedi
ately elongated, and a troubled expression rest
ed thereon ; but in a moment the child's face
was illuminated. Another thohgbt had struck
her. With an anxious smile daociog all over
face, «be again looked into her father's face,
and said : "Well, papa, if you mast speak to
mamma about it, touch her easy, or she may
want the new hat bertelf." Papa saw the
point, and the hat was immediately purchased.
—Salt Lake Herald,
Assessor Rosexkr, of San Francisco, has
been removed from office by decree of the
Twelfth District Court, says the Yreka Vsioa.
The removal was not for an offense of a crimi
nal nature, but for neglect In making out the
rolls of those paying poll taxes in the manner
required by law. and was not intended as a
punishment, but to prevent a repetition of tho
neglect But after all it is something of a
punishment for a man to lose so lucrative an
office as Assessor of San Francisco.
Moulton swears that Beecher is a libertine
and a perjurer. Moulton also swears tbat
Beecher requested him to lie for him, and he
did. Moulton Is a very credible witness, yet it
is very hard for one who believes in and values
intellectuality, to believe that a man of Beech
er's culture and powers of mind is guilty of
•ueh a crime. If the foot can be established,
then all hopes of reforming mankind by the
methods at present in vogue had as well ha
abandoned.
Mining Review.—A new and valuable
(Georgetown, Colorado,) pubUoatioa bearing
tho above title, has reached ut and been
* -, . . , , J- i
plaoad apon our oxehaaga list It Is devoted
to miaea and mining, aad is a valuable publi
cation.
♦♦ V
Favors.—A Indy reader' of the World,
"away down in Dixie,** haa pftaeéd uudor obli
gatiooe for a oopy of the Fayetteville Expreee,
bf Hw. Joha M- Briftt
ud for U« eompliuwalof Miidiaf thw. aor*
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hi to hu nrmtnstod on
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