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1 *« thé detriment of «omobody •
•to.n Oo Wn* «ccoiea of
1 *jthxMMiion io quottion,
"fu,,.na«oioditto"«4oa«
,r,in i; "N«. «e
iS* «•«» r, Thu
K Old *»»««"" »«p™^
" ^tit hating occurred to him
fc«ira«in an unuaual hurry to
iecHncd to take the wood and
" k instead, and when he readied
^ shore, the
hr moonlight, be had swallowed
Ethans barrel of muddy water
1 xbe wood was returned to town.
ilBOf e water in More and Elk
L time than weerersaw before.
if(Bt rk M aent, y m>de of lato
incitant Tons of tailings are
, J,« the creeks by the turbulent,
jditill the constantly swell*
I n* up and extendi iU dominion,
toisondatethe lower portion of
'jjorriD, Thompkins & Weat, were
[late bosr Thursdaj night last build
lrtftbening the embankment to
[«sterivar from their saw mill, and
• ntt*ed*d. bat if the embankment
tike mill yard would be flooded
»bst deep. The World office is
I with inondation ; but the pro
jll pious people and propose to
for salvation—unless the
IM high, in which case there may
■done.
Brother Hurhes, for the enow
I Mt tu but Tuesday, after we told
lu a kind of tag to the package,
1 scr tpolrtgies go with it for not pub
tant« directory according to
W# tonight it was published, until
tied—l don't you ?" of yours set
[theother dsy, when, by a care
ensfof the situation, we dit
'preeioosand priceless document
basket—so-called—but really on
Bat it's all right, and will appear
xy in the calendar of things not
I tu be presented to the Board
[Ommiuiooers by Hugh Craig and
1 °f I pper Payette Valley, asking
«f a bridge across the
l9fî * Payctto river, roust be filed
tdxyol Jane in order to give the
to advertise thirty days before
Ithe Board. Be sure to have
«file.gentleman, by the firat
f or bave to lay over until
** \V*Kg eame in from Dead
aridajr after hands to go out to
M* reports snow at that place
I bre feet deep, eight feet
» n d *o deep on the high
, k coaid form no idea of its
• 0l,0 h7 »vor
L*~ »re but three men
L»?L lkt,Wenth9n »»winter.
Saturday.
Jr°P irom Boise valley in
ttheoiwj **** ,now was all
|L omntry around where
with a fresh growth of
r fmi ^»Ymers plowing,
small grain. About
W, "' œ0r * «•*
MiwTWa Mir,
[ j, ln * 1 ***•• for Iloiw Citr.
Y'-una lad, ,nd
*"T fri/„d.
II« buo't
l| **» feu'' hlt w *' ,# *"*•
^ ** "aid. aod marrird
for f ----
arc tomto
L U,n »« b '
0 "«uld east a gloom
'^•5253
•n 4
and eaadlaa, whiob had beee provided by M1 m
«I
h
«rf ffMllr éS«prf ^ Am i^db vrf BMrof
the patrons of the school.
When teaeher and pupils were about to sep
arate in the evening, Mias Lent Brodbeek
came forward, and in a neat little speech pro
tented her teacher, Misa Partons, with an ele
gant gold pen and pencil, as a token of the ee
teem and friendship in which she is held by the
eehoot To this very beeoming testimonial of
regard, Min Partons appropriately and feel
ingly responded, and the section closed. Misa
Panons ie in aooomplished teacher and Indy,
and has by her kind and truly womanly courte
as teaeber of our Publie 8chool, gained the
respect and confidence of the publie to the
fullest extent, and the lasting friend eh ip and
love of the pupils. But her delicate health
makes ber retiracy from the position an abso
lute necessity. The school will open again,
we undentand, under the administration of
Rev. D. Q. Strong. Mr. S- is one of the most
accomplished scholars we ever met and in the
truest sense of the word a gentleman ; and we
shall look for our Publie School to take a high
rank, under his control, among the institutions
of learniog io the Territory.
Hotel Arrivals Tiuns House.
Ah Lathebottom, Paisley. Scotland.
George Wise. Dead wood.
H Erwin. Payette Valley.
" Uncle George," Baldwin.
8teve Dempeey, Centerville.
J Mitchell
M Grouchey, Jerusalem.
S K Stewart, Pete Rush, J S Drake,
Clifton.
STAGS ARRIVALS.
8 K Stewart, James Judge.
departure*.
Theora Macy, Robt Mobley.
Mk. Jesse Bradford returned from a trip
to Placerville Saturday laat He informs us
that he baa got hit California Gulch claims
started up and running day and night, and be
think« moat of the miners there will get to
work next week* Jess is a rustler, aod will
make money at whatever he goes at, and Cali
forma Gulch will give a better account of it
self under his management than ever.
The weather ia the hottest we ever saw at
this season of the year. The suru beams down
on us as bright as the headlight of a locomo
tive. aod hot as a debate in Congress ; and the
•now not only flies from its red-hot rays like
goeeamar in a wind storm, but leaves the
ground dry aod dusty, aod vegetation peeping
up green where a few hours before was a
snow bank.
Our friend P. J Moore, of Centerville,
wrote us io a private letter of last Saturday
that Messrs. Patrick Doyle A Charles Steward
bad water through their ditebs and bad com
menced mining. Mr. S- K. GolJtrap expected
to have water running through all of bis ditches
io nine nr ten days. Ioa few days more the
Basin will be a busy place.
B O IlNi
To the wife of Calvin B. White, of Horse
shoe Bend. Boi« county, I. T-. a daughter.
Mother and daughter are doijg well.
Mr. White asks to have the above item pub
isbed for the reason, aa be says, that it ia pos
itively the laat We doo't know so well about
that, Cal., but if there should come soother
one or two juat «end 'em along—the items,
you know, not the babies—and well publish
'em just the tame.
FEDERAL OFFICIAL*.
Delegate Io Coogrsss....................**• 8 - F ® nn
Governor •••• ..Tbos. W. Bennett
Secretary of Territory..................^
Chief Justice of the Bupreme Court. .M. E. Hollister
Associate JosUce—l«t Judicial District. .John Clark
Associate Jostles 3d Judicial Dis t. •. W. C. t» hitson
C. A District Attorney and U. 8. Com
missioner * ...•«••«•»»•••••••••• —d. Tf. Hastou
Hurveyor ......................**• F- Cartes
Register Land Y* Thotopioo
Receiver Land Office.................. J»®*» 8toot
Collector Interaal Revenus ..........Austin Sevage
U. A Marshal........................Wakham
Clerk Supreme Court.............B- ^ Wrimr^wn
Postmaster at Bola« City..............J° hn A * poil
Territorial Comptroller........... Perrault
Territorial Trtasorsr.......... • *^°bn Huntoou
tai ncp vtatxi assay orrtcu .
Albert Wolter»
Mslier aad Refiner.....—....... *>bert Heuechkei
Clerk...................——.........°*
Assist ant.................. » ......... Robert IfoWey
omcxBS am oomrrt,
thenf................- i HanSJrn
Auditor and .............. w w ouddeu
Probate Jodie.................... ^
................................. •?'{
Md ftntleitfitSTlF ...«* <F« 1
M.
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............T~ "iT Handall
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O ens t a k l« « . firr ' u a Jaukina
Juatloe utf rsaoe. |lll#ltelYwwci..«.n >
«OWN« « Canyun Prselnct......O. A. Bow«
efUMl|safiowPrw't..D.
Frsetoet...
Prs...AJ«
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gag!
JOB
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AT
NBW YORK PRICES!
AT THE
IDAHO WORLD
POSTERS,
CIRCULARS,
BILLHEADS,
NOTES,
DEEDS,
TAGS,
PROGRAMMES,
RECEIPTS,
LICENSES,
VIITSING CARDS
BALL TICKETS,
LETTERHEADS.
ALSO
LESM. A JWTICK BUNKS
of all kinds,
and every description of
BLANKS
always on hand and printed to order,
PLAIN, OR IN COLORS,
And at prices 60 per ceet.
our former rates. pffBBS
below
Call and examine specimens and prices.
m.
arc oar
üb
at
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Happy Relief for Tsaag Me» from the ef
fect« or jurors and Atmsss in sarly Ufa. Manhood
Restored. Impediments to Marriage removed. New
method of treatment. New and remarkable rams*
dies. Books and cironlare sent free, in a ssie d en
velopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 419
North Ninth St, Philadelphia, Pa.,—an Institution
having a high reputation for honorable oondoot and
profeaelonal skill.
AT HIS
STORE
NEW
• • • ilN • s e o
IDAHO CITY.
is now opening bis now Spring stock of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gents' and Ladies 1 Furnishing Goods
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
READY MADE DOITS.
CARPETS. WALL PAPERS,
IRON AMD STEEL,
BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS,
of all kinds.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
CHAIRS, CROCKERY,
and au endless
DUCK AND HOSE,
GUM BOOTS, GLASS AND PUTTY, PAINTS AND
OILS.
HARVESTING A HAYING TOOLS,
GUNS. PISTOLS. AND
VARIETY STOCK.
My
GROCE Y DEPARTMENT
is nuw complete. Try the
PURE MAPUE 8UCAR.
A S I BOUGHT m IMMKSSS M e
low rntrs. while in Chicago, Boatoii,
New York. Philadelphia and San Francisco.
1 will sell Wry loir fur CASH, or to GOOD
time buyers.
SQTHaving determined to stay anti
help to deveJop this country , / shall keep
a Full tStock of Goods, to sell at Fair
Living Prices , and shall l# glad to see or
2
on just as good terms as if the buyers
were, present, and all packages of 1 to H
pounds I will deliver Free at Centerville
and Placerville.
Idaho City. May n, 1873. tf
ANSKINl STOR
GRANITE CREEK, I. T
The most complete end commodious store, and ths
most extensive stock of goods to tie found in Boise
county, outside of Idaho City. Our stock of goods
comprises
TINWARE, GLASS,
QUEENS AND HARDWARE,
6R0CERIE8 AND PROVISIONS
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
MINER'S OUTFITS, DRYGOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS k SHOES,
and, in short, everything that la dsmsaded in the
ths market; and ws
SILL FOR CASH CHEAPER
than soy other house in Boise county. Call and see
our good sand learn onr pfficea, and we will make it
to your advantage to bay of ns.
Augl-tfJ A. D ANSEIN k 00.
W ASTE AN AOR1EABL1 OCCUPA
tlou, rsqnlriog only inislligsnos. aetivlty and
psrssvsrsnos, and which paya llbsrally in casn oou
HxasmiM or jHutmrui. «rrs, should not frdl to ssnd
to Smmmmuk k Bxna, of Ran Frandsoo, fordronhur
agantafbr ||
a first olam ;
whoever
ft
r- ht
..... _ ._____j
à#?*. i

PLÖUK,
BU
LARD,

HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL,
S % ■ : .
MINING TOOLS,
HOPE,—ALL 812X8,
PAINTS, OILS and GLASS
(jENT'8 (jLOTHIffg
OIL CLOTH, CARPETING
WALL PAPER,
Window Shades, Table Coyoml
PATENT MEDICINES,
And a variety of article« toe numerous to mention*.
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS,
BOOT8 & SHOES,
WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S WEAR,
J. B. PACE'S TOBACCO,
PLAYINQ CARDS, CIRARS, AC.
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER 8EED8
TO CASH CUSTOMERS « Too wffl find that
you osa purchsss at Lower Estes of ms then any
other house in the Basin. THOMAS BARRY.
Idaho City, Sept 4, 1873tf
CENTRAL HOTEL
Formerly known aa Hart's Exchange,
CORNER IDAHO AND7TH ST8,
BOUM CITY, I. T.
Ws announce to the public that ws have purchassJ
refitted and refurnished ths above named property,
and are now prepared to accommodate paamaanfi
and transient guests.
A good fire-proof safe in the office.
Aug22-r4U.l
proprietor»
MINERS'EXCHMOL
B Mb
ohnToster,................Proprietor.
The tables of the Miner's Homs will always be sup
plied with the very best of everything in the markst.
ROOD, CLEAN OEM
provided for regular boarders or transient customers*
and no paint nor expense spared to make the Horn»
deservedly a favorite resort for everybody. Given»
e cell if yon want either a square meal or a good*
comfortable bed. Nov7-tl.
BANKING HOUSE
....or....
C. W. MOORE CO.,
IDAHO CITY,'
Do a general banking business. Sell exohaageon
New York, San Francisco, Portland (Ogn.)»
And the principal
The highest pt for
GOLD DUST, QOLD ARCHIVER BULLIOH,
In coin or ourrsney.
ggrBny and sal) grssnn ks.
CITY DRUG- STORE,
DR. H. ZIFF, PROPRIETOR, '
Kaept for mis a full stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATEN*'
MEDICINES,
Fins
TOILET 80AP, BBU8HE8 AND
PURE WINES^AND
for ma d ldntl uss.
PERFUMERY

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