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SUNDAYS, VK0WMAT1 AMI «IBA«,
Th» Idaho World Printing Company
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ÎS3ES,
Of Subacrlptlo»»
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"jrtiV.'lo lme* or len*, ihre* month*. 10 00
?rofrssional Cards.
CEO. .inidUE,
V rruRNPV ASP CurNSKLOH AT LAW. IDAHO
r. offi-e on Montgomery »trwt, »e eon d
:,Mr»boïe «w Po*: 'fBce.
JOXAS W. BllOWS,
V ttokney asd corNsrxoR at l\w. and
V oun PuUUc. Ii*hJ t »ty. I. T. Will pr**tie«
• i.i :hf ■ nr:* of th- Territory, urrtc* oa Com
•ntre-ii »tmt, t wu door »bo*e Court House.
WM. J. HOT»!WELL, X. 0.«
P hysician*, surgeon. *c.. graduate «* j*ff*r
"aa Nf Ju-al College. Philadelphia tMlkw ou ;
« jpe: c£i it Grande ttreet. Placervitle, B >i*e Co . ;
t y {deed—If,
joriftu notices
I DAHO Karampatnl, No. 5. I. C.
ä. 0-, hold* it* reg-iUr meetings at
<i od TrrapUr Hail. <>n Tbursday evenings
imcàwitk. St T o'clock All members
:<i «u-ding *re muted to attei.d. Ry
-per of th» E. Com
0 . £ -ec j. »Jan .J. 1474-If
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fcojd» iu regular ra**tia<* s: it* ball, on
e»-ai3es of each week, st T o'clock.
1 ' swaierf m g>el »Sanding are tnvtted U»
»> 2 l. By noter of th* W. C. T.
Eiiut W. Jp-n*. s*c y. J an 15 Ti-tf
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Sojfcs.stationmt and
t C. SILSBY,
l*crc«a*f,» to jo, a. rrs*EY a co.) j
CIRCULATING — HâBiem^O
LIBRARY aa cr STORE.
wwnci mm
dealeh in
H i STATIONERY,
....»so....
mui NEWS D EALER
tobacco and oigars,
CHILDREN'S TOYS,
All of which will be
&S0LD CHEAP FOR CASH.-m l
rSü^ la .®f not found in my atock.
AMD VARIETY
nmu vnvtlKl » .
IRA IIfl #»|TV '
111 An II 1*11 1 11
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Uaeu ^jfl. pfocared to tbe shortesl possible
**P1 ss«li U 1 roj fsciilUas for so doing bHng
^ n > 4it on*. (June IL vnttt
v.
Wotiee.
^ntjw Uil H* Weather
«u» c r» wf «vd. j. B. Tsylor sod all whom
**iM iSTi ! «^b *f yon. m hereby
4m °<utof wJi . lm r\or. have Aon* the foil
^ ad *T ,,rM by tb« nw of CoogrMs of
«MOdwcnis thereto, to-wit.
"* "■■rtred (f 100) Dwllnrs
*.eth 0JJ ,. -----, —---—
^•»'Uuud in'v/Li?*« Wfo. dlaeovery
Au a'». AUnJL" M d . dlr . B ' ,i * - Mining District, near
L ï- T-. and yon are hereby re
s«d for .S, *•**«•! yon on Ihn
!' h, ° >>io*tv jamti *»f this advertisement,
* lof f««r lb * d **« Hereof, or forfeit
»od claim in. to sad up
m HWER 8 ' EXCHANGE.
• • • Prapviotor.
îïîjâk:
t«nvM
ioltls and Instaurants.
BATHS ID BOARDING.
WARB fifcJWgb SPRINGS
FRANI COOPER, PROPRIETOR.
H aving taken charge of this popular
phto* of public resort. I have thoroughly reno
vated the establishment and am prepared to receive
PERM AUDIT BOARDERS OR TRARSfERT BOUTS.
HOT AND COLD BATHS
ready at all times, snd everything about the bouse
kept clean and neat.
Tha LADIES* DEPAB1 BENT will be controlled by
ms. coon»,
And everything trill be done to contribute to the
comfort of guest*. [declttf
LTJ1YA. HOUSE.
(W«r laatgawry ui Cmmnwl Starts,
ML O.
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H aving again assumed con
trol of the shove ustned bouse. I have refurn
ished the same vrith new beds and bedding, hingie
or double rooms for guests.
T V-» MR
Will be supplied vrtth the best lbs market affords.
TUE GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
For all line* leading out of Idaho City will be found
at thia bouse. 'June ti if
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
Fronting on th* east
ffjJ,
PLACER VILLE, I. T.
........ PftoriurroR.
Raddle, rsrrlage. Puggy and Team Horvea kept
}eonstantiy on band snd r«ad* f<*r u*c day snd night.
$oli*ns.;^TTo;r" <, '" ,ta * rt ° ru ' r " ch * bM1 ''' 1 *'
AT LOWEST RATES.
A good hostler alssys in rvedtneas to wait mi ms
totnars. and »very kriommation provided in first
class livery «tables
Notice.
J. NKALK. THO.S. STBIN(illAM,
X L. Bchwabseher. M. Il Mo-»r*. O. W Craft*. J
la,veil, and all wh>-tn it msy mneem: Ton. and
-a* h of y«»o, ara bsrvby mXiftsd that we. M. H
M^r* and <*. W Craft*, hsv* d*»n* th* bill »mount
* nf t required by the law ef Congress of 1SÎ2. and
amend me uis thereto, to-wit:
kitty (60; Dallam
srorth on tb* Highland quart* l*dg*. discovery
claim, situated in Hots* County. Mahn Tsrrttory. and
you are hereby roquirsd to pey to u* all assessment*
against you on tb* same within
claim, a* provided for by th* act above specified
in*an Crrv, January i*. 1875. M. It. MOORE
G. W. CRAFTH.
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data hereof ur fbrfoit all of your right, ml*, interest)
and claim in. to. aoa upon. Mid Highland qtwrtt
GEO. A. PEIRCE & CO.
ORGAHS ill) OLOOIOKS.
The Oldest, Lnrgeet. sad Moet Perfect Maa »factory
ta the United Btatee.
64,000
Vow la use.
Vo other Musical lastrumeat ever ebUlned the same
Popularity.
lar^ead tor Priât Lists.
Address
BUFFALO, V. Y.
IMMstattOB Vatiee.
T he cofautnkiwhip hereto
r ora „Utting wwa J. »• Ko>**T •»»»•««
fnimer hnn thia dsy beet» dleeoleed by n»«*®*! ®°**
•eat. All persons knowing are
ftrm will please «II sad settle. Both pertlee are
authorised to nrtllo Um business of
Idaho Cmr. Jna. 21. Wi. ^tS'JTÏÏîSSaa
Tho undevetgned takes thin method of reforming
Jfrfendaaadtbepabll*geoernUy
uae boaiannn a4 the old staad. K. FU La ER.
Board of Oonnty Oommianonen
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10 that time.
TTaan Mo»u»Tf, Clerk.
U. Ill*-*d
ïlRisrfHanrous.
THE TIMES.
A FIRST-CLASS NEWSPAPER.
9AZX.T Airs VnUT.
Independent
In everything! Neu
tral in Nothing;!
oppose-1
TO all Corrupt rings
Zn Munlolpal
und ^National
Atlliii
State
thr daily tim ks win be issued eu bsiur- !
day, tbe 1 Jilt of Msrch, and *v«ry moruing iht-rvaf- ;
irr. suuday» cscspicd. uuder ih* editorial direction |
^f A,, k. McClure, printed compactly from!
clear, uewtype. ous large fuiio »heel, couialnlng i
all the news of the day. including the Associated j
Press Telrprams, Special Telegrams sud Cor-1
respoudeuce from *11 points of interest, sud fcsrle** j
discussion* of sii current topic*. Price, two
CEülk i
Mail aubseript'on. Postage free. Six dollars j
vsttcr. !
ecu u per ltuc, according to po«ttion.
TBS WEZIKLY OtZBKSS 1
WlU *» 1 * 4,0 « i °*» S^urdsy, Ms ch Arth. sn I week- 1
ly thereafter, conisintng all important uews of tbe
week, and complete Market and Financial Rrpori*. ;
. Mailed, for ooe year. Postage free, at ibe fol- j
'lowing rates:
one co pr ............ Oi.oo
Twraîîcîpi»*, ..... ' ... ift'.oo
ADVKHTI«KMBNTt ' twcnty.ftve per
The approach of th* Proaidentla! election gives '
unusual importance to th* »vent* and d«*eiopmenis
.. » ,, . . ,
of 1*75. «* shall eodeavvr to desertb« them fully, j
faithfully and fearie»»ly.
THE WEEKLY SCS bas now atlalned a circula
Rut) of over seventy tkousand copies. Il* readers
sre found In every Sut* sud Territory, *od its qua]
ity is veil known to ibe public. We »ball not only
endeavor to keep U fully up to the old standard, but
to improve an l add to Its variety and power
THE WEEKLY SUN will csntlnu# In be a thor
ough newspaper All tb* news of the day will be
found In It. condensed when nnimportsnt, at fuit
leugsfa when of m-iment. sud always, we trust. Ire*»- <
ed in scUar. InUrcsUng and lostrucUve manner. !
III* our aim lo make th* WEEKLY SUN tbs best,
family newspaper In the world. It will be foil of
hue.
Remittance« should be made by Drafts or Post
oflics Orders,
Address
THE TIME*.
No 14 South Sevenih Street.
PHILADELPHIA.
THE SUN.
DAILY AN'I> WEEKLY
KO It 1D7«.
»nt» ruining end sppropnats reading of «vary sort,
but will print nothing to offend tbs most s«nipu
r cnntaiu the
l«w and deUcaU UeU. It will flways emtaio the
most interesting stories and romance« of the dsy,
carefully «elected sad legibly printed.
Tb* Atriroltnnl Department is s prominent feat
ure in the WEEKLY «UN. and IU article« will al*
ways be fouod fresh end useful to tbe farmer
The number of men independent In polities is In*
ereastagf and the WEEKLY HUN is their paper es
pecially. It belongs to no party/ snd obeys no dic
tation. contending tor principle, and for tbe election
of ibe beet men. It exposes the oorrupUon that dis
grace« the country and threatens tbe overthrow of
republican institutions. It bee no fear of knave«,
sad seeks no fsvorv from their supporters.
The markets of every kind snd the fashions are
^îbïprice^Tthe WEEKLY SUN la on# dollar a
year for a abeet of «igbt pages, and flfty-stx col*
umna. Aa this barely paya the expenses of paper
snd printing, w# are net able to make any discount
or allow any premium to friends who msy make spe
cial effnrta to extend its circulation. 1 Under tbe
new law, which require* payment of postage In ad
vance, one dollar a year, with twenty c«mte tbe cost
of prepaid postage added, is tbe rate of subscription.
It is not necessary to get np a club iu order to have
tbe WEEKLY «UN at thia rate. Anyone Who «ende
one dollar and tweety cents will get the paper, post
paid for a year.
Wa have no traveling agents.
THE WEEKLY 8ÜN.— Eight pages. Aft/slx npl
untos. Only |L20 a year, Awtapr prtpaid. A a dis
count from tAis rate. m _
THE DAILY SUN.-A large fonr-pege newspaper
of twenty-eight columns. Dally circulation ovar
120 000. All the news for 2 cent». Subscription,
postage prepaid, 66 oeots a month, or 26.80 a year.
To club« of ten or » d^ount of » °w»t.
Address ••THEMUN,"
* New York Cltjr.
Notice.
mOJ.K. CLARK, W. S. PRICE,
JL J. Junk, J. 0. Fox, W. C. Cromwell, and all
whom It may concern j Yonara hereby noUftedlbat
I, J. C. Fox, bave done the toll «noun 1 ot work r%
attired t»f the law of Congre sa of 1172, and amend
ments thereto, *» wit:
Blfkty (HO) Dalian
worth aa the first South-west extension of the Btar
Z with tkeonat of this adverileemettt, wttkl» Waa*
ty (Ml days from tbe date hsreof. or forever torfrit
S of ywîr right, title. Inteiest and claim to, to and
«»U w»r «t tha Weatouarto Mge, as pmri*
A Night Encounter with a Book
ing Chair.
Old McStingrer waa poing to bed a
little wavy the other night, and not
wishing to disturb Mrs. McStinger,
who had a tongue like a rat-tail file,
he thought it just as well not to turn
on the gas. He got on very well un
til he readied the door of ^he cham
ber where his patient wife lay sleep
ing. Here he paused a moment, bal
ancing on his heels like a pole on a
jugglers nose. Then he mtode a dash
for it, in order to make a bee-line across
the floor. Mrs. McStinger, with her
usual exemplary fortitude, had placed
the rocking-chair with such gifted skill
that no man could come into the room
without running over it; so the first
thing lie knew McStinger stubbed his
toe-nail off against the rocker, which
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knocked the seat again t the crazy
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bone of hl« kllOC, rtriCl math* 0116 of UlC
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long arms prod him III the Stomach,
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Simultaneously lie fell over the chair
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Crosswise, and it kicked him behind llis
back before he conM get up from the
floor as he RtiKMi Oil nil fours. Jlie 60
gagement was now fully opened. Be
f ore McStinger C«»ll!d g t Up Straight,
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his kliee Came d<i\vn on one of the
j,mcr rocker« behind, »lui il 1C back of
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the chair came down on his head with
11 whacA timt laid him ont flat on the
fl<K)r; a j, ( J U'fon* h.' CUld move, tl»C
chair k-ckt-d him tln*ee times in the
lenderest part of his ribs with the
sharp end of the rocker. This made
him perfectly furious, and he scram
bled up and made a blind rush at the
chair, determined to blow up the ene
my*« works. lie ran s<|UMie against
the chair, and it rocked forward with
him, turning a complete somersault
ovcr |bc handles throwing McStinger
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half-wav across the room and landing
«J o
of the mckcr« embracing hi« uUhmiCIl
an< j Wikllt to do anything active
» * ar e*. »ju
JUSt then. I«pt McStlllger Couldn't
make up his mind to give.it up yet
He rolled over sideways and upsel the
chair. It fell with a crash on its side,
on top of him. digging into his abdo
men like a bull*« horn«, as he lay
«prend out <»n the under side. It
would have been a g.*od thing for Mc
Stinger if he had lain still then and
let the chair have its own way. It lay
Hat on its hack, with the long points
giving him a furious dig in the liver,
which made him straighten out his
leg«, spasmodically, barking one shin
from the instep to the knee on the
rocker which hung in the air, and get
ting the chair on ita feet again, whore
it stood rocking backward and for
ward at him, like a wary old ram mak
ing feinta of butting ita adversary, in
order to throw him off hi« guard. The
blow in the aide nearly ftniahed Mc
Stinger, and while he lay thero rubbing
his wind back again, lie was just be
ginning to reflect whether his honor
required him to proceed any further in
tho affair, when Mrs. McStinger sud
denly began screaming all the names
in the crimes act, tinder the impression
that the Charley Rosa abductors were
trying to commit a burglary, bigamy,
robbery and everything elae on her.
Up to thia time a!*o had been speech
leas with terror, and had lain there
trembling, shedding perspiration, and
accumulating shrieking power, until
she had gained the screaming capaci
ty of a camel-back engine. She hid
just resohed her third tfammdo fviii*
dmo aoederaneb, when old McStinger
succeeded in getting to (ill feet onee
MoStinger. With one !a*$ wild part
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more and became dimly visible to Mr*,
ISA
ing shriek, she sprang from the bed
and made a dash for the door, near
which the rocking chair stood menac
ing the whole universe with a butting
motion. Mrs. McStinger had no time
for investigation just then, and she
pitched over the rocking-chair and
clear down the stairs, tbe chair after
her, turning over and over, and kicking
Mrs. McStinger at every jam? until
they both landed in the hall below,
where the chair broke all to atom a.
This ended tbe fight.
. Obscene Publications.— On what
principle of law or public morals every
other obscene publication is rigidly
suppressed in New York and yet the
Beecher trial ia thrown broadcast ovrr
the land every day by the half million
copies is a puzzle to plain, old-fash
ioned people. In every point of view
the report of this trial is more revolt
ing to decency and injurious to pub
lic morals than any flight of a pruri
ent fanc^ developed under the head of
of "obscene books," and yet very few
remonstrate against these reports, and
all the leading papers of the country
print and circulate them in a majority
of the most respectable households all
o\er the land.
The defense is that they are "neics" —
reports of actual transactions by dis
tinguished parties, and not the fancied
events of some Paris maison de joie.
There's preachers, deacons, and female
devotees conôerned in them, and not
gamblers and nymphs du pave—and
this apology makes the garbage all the
more demoralizing.
A little of it might Bdfbeso bad;
but when it comes by tbe month in
daily installments of twenty columns,
and nobody can say when it will end,
why really, it seems to us, some pro
test is due to public decency, modesty
and morals. All the printed obscenity
previously known to mankind ap
proaches nowhere near to this enor
mous and insufferable outrage on dec
orum—this national deluge of filth
which obtrudes itself upon everybody's
notices by the mere vastness of its vol
ume. The printed obscenity which
is pursued to punishment with such
rigor by the guardians of the public
morals is but here and there an offen
sive puddle; but this is an engulping
tide-r-a veritable overflow of nastiucss
which permits nobody on foot to step
over or keep Out of it—pouring throng! i
the land every day of the week fur
months in a never ending tide; ti'f
one may say we not only "sup full of
horrors," but are forced to take ev
ery meal out of the same dish.
Some say "don't read the reports,"
and few do read them. It would re
quire six hours every day to read these
reports^-but still to long as you look
at the newspapers you can<t keep out
out sight of this trial. It stares at
you from every chink and cranny in
the prints, and when you shun the
main body of filth you run suddenly
over-slioes into divergent sluices of an
ecdote, prurient witticism, comment,
prophecy or speculation about the tri
al. One might as well hope to get
home without use of the road, as to
read the papers snd êeôape this all
prevalent deluge of trim con. It is an
awful misohief and nuisance.— Geor
gia Telegraph and Meeaenger.
Idaho World.—T he Idnho Tri-Wesklt
World cftinra to H« a mluabt* esehange. We
•ré plftfikfd to otfto the prosperity mnnifetted
ta thé MUbiiabawot of tbe tri-weekly, ami
hope it way prove a fiaaaria! •aoeew. II ifi a
tpifiy* aeway paper, and should command tbe
p^traias* of the people of Idaho .—Mountain
dbpltoel.

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