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Mail Routes in Idaho Territory.
Under frank of Hon. W. H. Wallace, we have received a copy of a document entitled u Advèrtisement Inviting Proposals for Carry ing the Mails," including routes in this Ter ritory ; also enclosing instructions, blank proposals, &c. They came too late to be of any present service to the public, as the ad vertisement calls for proposals to be secured at the Contract Office up to March 6, 1865, to be decided by March 13th. The contracts will be let from July 1st, 1865, to June 30th, 1866. The following is a liât of the routes of the mails affecting Idaho Territory : No. 16001» From Boise City, by Idaho City, Centerville, Pioneerville, and Centerville, to Lewiston, 290 miles, and back, once a week Leave Boise City Monday at 6 a. m. ; arrive at Lewiston eighth-day by 6 p ra ; leave Lew iston Monday at 6 a in ; arrive at Boise City eighth day at 6 p m. 16002. From Placerville to Payetteville, 70 miles, and back, once a week. Leave Pl.i cerville Monday at 6 a m ; arrive at Payette ville next day by 6 p m ; leave Payetteville Wednesday at 6 a m ; arrive at Placerville next day by 6 p m. 16003. From Boise City to Esmeralda, in Alturas county, 100 miles, and back, once a week. Leave Boise City Monday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Esmeralda Wednesday by G p m ; leave Esmeralda Thursday at 6 a m ; arrive at Boise Ciiy Saturday by 6 p m. Bids for more frequent service iuvited. 16004. From Boise City, by Owyhee, to Humboldt, Nevada Territorv, 250 miles, and back, once a week. Leave Boise City Mon day at 6 a m ; arrive at Humboldt seventh ■day by 6 p m ; leave Humboldt Monday at 6 a m ; arrive at Boise City seventh day by 6 p m. Under the head of Utah Territory we find the following : No. 14628. From Fort Bridger, by Boise City, Idaho Territory, and Grand Ronde Val ley, Oregon, to Walla-Walla, Washington Territory" 700 miles, and back, twice a month. Bids for service once a week invited. Bid ders to propose a schedule of departures and Arrivals. In the Oregon list, the following; No. 15027. From The Dalles, by Cafion City and Independence, to^Boise City, Idaho, 360 mile?, and back, once a week. Bidders to propose a schedule of departures and arri vals. The Popular Vote of the Late Election Compared with Previous Elections. Presidential election returns in this coun try form a subject for curious study. Under our system it is possible for the candidate to be chosen by a minority of the popular vote ; yet such an one is as much the Chief Magis trate as if he had received the vote of every elector in the. country. Mr. Lincoln in 1860 was the minority candidate by 946,950 ; there was a combined majority against him of one million of votes, lacking 53,550, not counting the State of South Carolina, which casts her vote through the Legislature. His majority at the recent election is something less tha-n 250,000, and 25,000 votes from his side dis tributed in certain States would have elected General McClellan. Mr. Lincoln carried New Yofk in I860 by 50,475 majority ; he carried it at the recent election by 6,570, on an in creased vote in the State of 47,819. He car ried Connecticut in 1860 by a majority ot 10,338 over the combined opposition vote ; be carried it in 1864 by 2,427 majority. He carried Maine in 1860 by 27,704 majority; in J864 by 17,592; Minnesota in I860 by 9,339 majority; in 1864 by less than 5,000 majority. New Hampshire in 1860 by 9,085 majority; in 1864 by 2,192 ; Pennsylvania iu 1860 by 50, 618 majority ; in 1864 by about 12,000 ma jority. The recent election of Mr. Lincoln exhibits in some respects similar results to the elec tion of General Harrison. The victorious party then swept the country, so far as the electoral vote was concerned. Mr. Van Bu ren carried but seven States, giving sixty General Harrison carried electoral votes ; eighteen States, giving 234 electoral votes ; yet Harrison's majority on the popular vote was but 138,472 in a vote of 2,411,094, and a change of 8,143 votes, distributed in certain States, would have elected Vaa Buren. In 1844 Mr. Polk was elected by a majority of 65 electoral votes overMr. Clay. A change of ouly 2,558 votes in the State of New York would have given the State to Mr. Clay, and he would have been elected. In 1848 General Taylor beat General Cass thirty-six on the electoral vote. A change oi 6,727 votes in the single State of Pennsylva uia would have elected Cass by a majority of sixteen on the electoral college. In 1852 General Pierce beat General Scott 312 on the electoral vote and carried all the States except four. But less than 35,000 votes distributed among certain States, would have elected General Scott The popular vote at the elections Mr. Polk, Generals Harrison, Taylor and Pierce was as follows : Van Buren. Birney. Total 1,128,702 7,609 2,411,094 Clay Birney Total. 1,297,033 62.270 ' 2,695,137 Cass Van Buren Total. 1,222,445 291,678 2,878,164 Scott Hale Total. L378,689 167,290 3,126,375 Hairson's majority of the popular voie was 138,472; Pierce's was 55,505. Polk lacked 24,469 of a clear majority. Taylor lacked 152,102 of a clear majority The total vote of the last election was not far from 3,650,090. The total vote of the States which voted at the last election was 2,907,666, showing an increase in the vote of 1864 over that of 1860 of abhut 700,000. To «very one hundred votes given for Mr. Lin coln in the central, border and Western States, General McClellan gets* ninety-eight votes. If all the. States voting he gets ninety-five vjçrtcs to Mr. Lincoln one hundred votes. Mr. Lincoln gets 208,electoral Votes, and General McClellan 21 electoral votes. Mr. Lincoln gets an electoral vote to every 9,134 votes polled ; General McClellan gets an electoral vote to every 80,950 votes polled.—[Detroit Freé Press. •' Harrison. 1840,............1,274.783 Polk 1844, ............1.335,834 . . Taylor 1848.............1,362,031 Pierce 1862.............1,590.490 ^MpcK TcRTLS.^-ChHing a husband " my dear," in public, arid " you brute," in private. TELEGRAPHIC. DATES TO JANUARY 313T. New Yoke, Jan. 31.—The World's special dis» patch says : Notwithstanding the assertions of lhe Richmoi d p tpers to the contrary, Gen. Sin gleton did not leave that city until Saturday 1.st, and arrived here to-day. rids evening he was iu consultation with the President. He mainly con firms Blair's story that the rebel leaders are not at present prepared to negotiate on the basis of sub mission to the Union. Rumors were iu circula tion last night in and about the Evening Exchange room, that rebel Peace Commissioners were on tbeir way to Washington. Chicago Jan. 31.—The constitutional amend ment abolishing slavery passed the House this af ternoon by a vote of 116 to 97. Davisville, Jan. 30.—Captain Bridgewater, with 70 or 80 Union troops, had a tight with a de tachment of the Fourth Missouri rebel cavalry, four miles from Harrisburg, jesierdav, and k.1 led four or five rebels. Several prisoners were taken. On Saturday Sue Mundy's guerrilla band dashed into Bloomfield, Ky , surprised a party of one hundred and seventeen discharged soldiers, cap tured fourteen and killed them on the spot. The guerrillas alleged iu justification that the soldiers bad executed a guerilla named Dudley a few days betöre. The Magnolia, from New Orleans January 24th, reports all quiet along the river. A steamer had arrived at New Orleans from Mobile bay, bringing a rumor of the evacuation of Mobile. The report was received jrom the flagship January 20th. A Natchez (Miss.) letter to the Orleans Delta, has the following news front the Trans Mississip pi epaftment : The enemy are fortifying Grand Ecore^aud had an entire division stationed there. One division of rebel cavalry has been sent to Texas witn orders to be dismounted for infantry service. Kirby Smith's headquarters are still at Shreveport (La.), but there is no considerable body of troops garrisoned there. The main body of Price's old army are reported at Fulton, on the upper Bed river uear the border of the Indian Territory, suffering all'the horrors of cold and nakedness, having come back from their recent campaign very poorly supplied with the necessa ries they anticipated getting. Fagan's and Par son's brigades are stationed at Camdem, Arkan sas. They compose all the troops of Price's army that have returned to the place froifl where the Missouri expedition originally set out. Deserters are very frequent from their demoralized forces. The Memphis Bulletin says ; The steamers Chippewa and Annie Jacobs, two of the fleet which went up the Arkansas river to Fori Smith, were captured aud burned at White Oak Shoal. Two others were damaged but escaped. Philadelphia, Jan. 31.—A special dispatch to the Evening Telegraph, says : It is known in the best informed circles that Commissioners from Jefi' uavis, consisting of Vice President Stephens, K. M. T. Hunter and General G. B. Smith, have arrived at Annapolis with lull power to arrange a settlement of our difficulties. It is believed Irom the understanding between Blair and Davis, that the terms will be eutirely satisfactory to the Ad ministration and Congress, and will chiefly con sist of an amnesty to all officers aud the with drawal of the confiscation proclamation. Baltimore, Jan. 31—The American of this af ternoon publishes the following dispatch : Up to noon to-day we have no official confirmation of the rumor, though the assertion was varied this morning by the equally positive announcement that Peace Commissioners, consisting of Stephens, Hunter and Campbell, had arrived at City Point, and were expected to reach Annapolis to-day. They are not spoken of as commissioners îepre sentmg the rebel Government, but as citizens rep resenting tue people, ou their way to Washington to confer with Lincoln on the subject of Peace, precisely in the same capacity that Blair visited Kicbmoud. Washington, J»n. 31.-Nothing can be ob tained confirming the report that rebel Peace C ominissioueishave arrived at City Point en route to Washington. New Yoke, Jan. 31.— The Times' Paris letter says : The Secessionist papers are trying to cre ate an excitement oyer the Mexican resolutions of Winter Dav is, but the late successes of the Fed eral arms havq modified their tone, All show that they desire Seward to remain in office to carry out his policy of non-intervention and con ciliation. The Times' special dispatch says : The Ways and Mea. s Committee have received a report of a Sub-Committee ou the Tax Bill. They have not materially altered the schedule of theold bill. The momentous question, What is woman'» mission?—being asked the other evening,— Spoonley said : " As woman was the—aw— infewiaw animal, he thought her mission was to—aw—wait on the supewiaw—to be—aw a sawt of uppaW servant, and see about one's dinnaws, and one's—aw—furnichaw, and things." "In fact," said Mrs. Snorter, " woman's mission is siifiply to polish the spoons 1 ' "Mynheer, do yon know what for we call our boy Hans ?" " I do not, really." " Well, will tell you. Der reason wç cull our boy Hans is—it ish his name." A Romance from Real Life. —Janvier St. George, gent., married just the prettiest girl i n c-. Maria, besides being beautiful, was educated, accomplished, artless, innocent and decidedly the most blushing bit ot dimi ty that bridegroom ever captivated. The years of matrimonial heaven had pass ed when one evening as St. George came home from down town, he found beside bis angel Älaria the sweetest little four year old darling that ever charmed the ear of a Ben edict, and Janvier St. George went into un reasonable raptures over the beautiful little fairy. fairy. "Oh, what a darling sweet creature! I have never seen a child half so beautiful Whose darling little girl is it love?" " Mine !" replied the vestal wife, just as nonchalantly as though they were discussing a poodle. " Yours, Madam ! My God, Maria ! why have you not told me of this ? " " Why, my dear, you never asked me." Mr. St. George took a sudden fancy to vis it Egypt and the Holy Land ! Amusing Scene. —An amusing scene oc curred in Washington City ,the other day The son of a leaning embalmer on Pennsyl vania Avenue, a lad of some six years old was cheering lustily for McClellan, inspired by the music of a democratic band. His father, who was busy with a corpse in a back shop, hearing this unwonted cry, rushed out, foaming with rage, seized the urchin by the coat collar, boxed his ears, and dragged him into his house, exclaiming, " I'll teach you to cheer that way, yon brat ! Do you want to take the bread out of your old father's mouth?" it Th? Abolitionists, who have Deenelaiming 40,000 and 50,000 for Lincoln in Iowa, have reduced their figures to 20,000 or 25,000.— Their aggregate majority for Congressmen is 23,196, and they*run ahead of Lincoln in nearly every district. A policeman oh night duty sends us the observation—" It seems to me that with many young men, tbe most approved method of Winding up the night, is reeling it home." The following interesting (?) letter was lou id on Moore's Creek, and handed to us for publica tion by a gentleman living on Buena Vista Par We will give it verbatim et literatim for the " ei i fkation"of iniscegenatiouists who " pity the ig norant white folks of the South : ' Lee county Ioway November the 2th 1864 Dear Brother— it is with plesure I seat my seif in mas parler chier to rite a few lins to you which will tell you of our good luck and health and the increse ol our famley and 8to«k first we are all well and doing well you now General Curtis is a great man and mitty haid on Rebles he told pa that be made targets of the toe but the best of it is he takes all ther property and ibos Dier American citizens of afferacan Decent Oh Broiher How I love them General Curtis took 84 young men and 4 young wimen 14 months since and Jacob for^ilh maried one of the girls and sister Mary one of the young gentlemen John Dar ling maried a nolher of the girls and Ben llimen a Bother aud thomas Dulin tbe^oiher all in less than 3 months after they came here to live now * hey all live here and all bave fchildern sister Sail don Bad she loved one so hard that thay got to sleeping iu each others-annas and then lay to gether and she has a young one also and he sais he wont marie her unless she will go Back to dixey with him he says he hats poor white focks he says he loves a nigger that is an Afferacan betieru any'wbite women he sais he lives with General Pillow he is his niger he wont call himself aney thing but a niger all the collared peple is nigger and out to Belong to good masters and misterais he wont call your Little nece and nefew aney thing but little wench and little nigar and says that davis will take them ali back before be is done with Abe He wont call Mr Lincoln aney thing but old Abe Abe is all he will say he sais a democrat told him that thay would join Master Davis and cleoe the Abits out and send every American of afferacan Decent down south to ther former owners now Brother woundnot this almost kill ns to see thes dier childern taken from us and put in Bondge I no more than 100 that is white that has maried people that was Black aud 50 that has childern by them that once was slaves the girls dont think it much barme to lie with a darkey as the democrats call them they all stick up their noses at us union foaks for Asosiatiug with tbos ot a dark« coller but they wont do it long Mr. Lincon sais he intends to draft every one that refuses to treat them In aney other way then their equels and as soon as he is elected he will put down the democrats or make them marie in the collered famley and do their shir of washing ther Blood in ther vains and maken them white I must close by giving you a sketch of the childern they have large black eys with agoodel of white hare vary soft and curley and inclined to be read ther nose is some wat flatter than a childs that is all white their lips is the purtiest of all thay are theeker or wat you mite call doble lipt and vary read and as sweet as honey Oh Brother how I love them and when I marey I will do my part to wash ther blood I wish you here there is such a purty one at our bous visiting I told her of you do Rite to me whether you would come Back and marie her if she is all I describe her to be you must send her some gold rings she sais please Excuse this corse hand as 1 uo you hate to see a lady Rite so corse. Louizka Jokpink Hanover. Gorge Adams Hanover. THE BA\K OF CALIFORNIA. I AGENCY: Virginia, • * • Nevada. WM. SHABON, General Agent T HE AGENCY - IS NOW PREPARED TO receive deposits of Coin or Bullion, either on open account, or so issue certificates therpfor payable, at the option of the holder, in v irginia or in San Francisco ; te make collections ; to purchase Bullion at the most favorable rates, or advance coin thereon when forwarded to parent Bank in Sac. Francisco ; sell Bills of Exchange, and transact a general banking business. Exchangb for Salk on London, Boston, Paris,, Bank of Ireland, Dub lin, New York * ' WM. SHARON, General Agent. J. A. RALSTON, Cashier. Virginia, Nov. 15th, 1864. 5tf San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland, Oregon, ic., «fee. '4 Walla- Walla and Idaho City. Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c. Main Street, <6^Opposite tbe Idaho Saloon, Idaho City.*®* T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THIS DAY formed a co-partnership under the name and firm of CRAIG & MIX, in Walla Walla, W. T., and Idaho City, I. T.. with a full and complete assortment of Drugs. Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Perfumery, and everything in tbeir line of business, would respectfully solic it the patronage of the public. Prescriptions carefully and accurately prepared. JAMES S. CRAIG, ALFRED A. MIX. Dr. BARSTOW, at the Drug Store of Craig & Mix, attends to Office practice only. Ida City, Oct 29. vlnltf WANTED ! 1000 lÄÄHiinw«, AT JULIUS GBEEN WALD'S 100 100,000 TO BUY BOXES OF TOBACCO — CHOICE Brands. HAVANA AND DO ' mestic Cigars. Wholesale at very low figures, at Greenwald's CIGAR STORK, South Side Main Street, two doors above Wells Fargo 4* Co.'s j Express Office. «5" Also keeps constantly on hand, for my Re tail Trade, the best of Cigars and Tobacco. 8m3 J. II. HECKMAN Main Street, Idaho City, ■^yATCHMAKER and Jeweler', Dealer in Jew to made to order. Particular attention paid Repairing Fine Watches KgT All work warranted for twelve months. Idaho City, August, 1864-- 50tf NOTICE. W J EVANS HAVING PUR # chased the iuterest of Wm. P. Gray in the California Meat Market, Plaeer ville. be takes pleasure in letting the public know th: t the Market will be supplied with the choicest the country can aff*rd. February 12. 1865. I"w3* FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH ! § . rnilAT VALUABLE Store mid Ijot, ■ JL with ITire-Proof Cellar, and a if never-failing well of water, and splendid back li. premises, situated on Main street, known as Myers' Restaurant, now occupied by Judge Shepherd. Possession given first day of Mav. 1865. For further particulars inquire of F. F. Marx, Idaho city—or E. Myers. Pioneer city. 13tf Phelan & Hushes' mmïkïïMTkm nr James Graham, at Pioneer City, H AS been appointed Territorial. Agent for these cele brated Billiard Tables, and is authorized to receive and execute all orders for the Tables, or any of the Fix tures belonging to them. Two of these tables can he seen at GRAHAM'S BILLIARD SALOON, Pioneer city. They will be furnjÄed in this Territory, on application to theUndersiguecTat San Francisco prices, with freight ____, - m 3 .miuamiATiAM. additional. JAMES GRAHAM. BOSTON & CODY Having renovated, enlarged and reopened the EXCHANGE, corner ok main and wall street, Return thanks to the public for their past liberal patronage, ai d announce that they A RE receiving direct from San Francisco, alarge invoice of the choicest brands of all kinds of liquors and cigars, which will embrace, among other things, a fine lot of OLD ENGLISH ALE AND.PORTER. C IONNOISSEURS are invited to give the Ex y change atrial. 35tf Summon.». Territory of Idaho, County of Boise. James Graham vs. R. A. Puckett. To R. A. Puckett. W HEREAS, James Graham ha§ made com plaint to the undersigned, one of tho Jus tices ot the Peace, in and for said County, that you are indebted to him in the sum of one hun dred dollars, to-wit : upon a promissory note bearing date of April 1st, A. D. 1864, for the sum of two hundred dollars, and falling due on the first day of October, A. . 1864, now it appear ing to me that one hundred dollars is still due ou the above described note ; therefore, in the name of the people ot the United States, in the Terri tory ot Idaho, you are hereby summoned to be aud appear before me, at my office, in Pioneer City, in said county, on the 8th day of March, a\. D. 1865, at 12 o'clock M. of said day, to answer said cArn plaiut, or judgment will be taken against you t<»r the sum of one huudred dollars and costs of suit, and this notice. Given under my hand and dated at the County of Boise on the 7th day of February A. D. 1865. WM. M. VANCE, ]Cw4 Justice of the Peace, I^ublic Notice. T HE undersigned give notice rihat it is our intention to construct a wagon road from Placerville, iu Boise county, in a northerly direction, to Thomas' Ranch on the Payette river, the same being about twelve miles iu length, aud, that it is our iutentiou to apply to the Board of county commissioners of Boise county, at their next regular meeting, iu April, tor license to keep a toll road thereon, and to collect tolls Charles Ostner A Co. Placerville, February 6,1865. ICtJ* Dissolution Notice. N OTICE is hereby given, that the co-partnership here tofore existing between Wallace brothers and Wm. Moon, is this day dissolved by mutual consent : and all partnership debts ou the Sawmill und 1 »ace of W aliaoe Brothers A Co. w ill be paid by Wallace Brothers, and all debts due the above named company w ill he paid to W al lace Brother#, and the business will horeafter be carried on by them. Dated at Centerville, Boise county, Idaho Territory, this 1st day of February, 1865. J WALLACE A BROTHERS. Notice. W E, the undersigned, will apply to the lion. Board of county commissioners of Alturas county, I. T., at their next regular session, for a license to construct a Toll Road between the South and Middle forks of the Boise river commencing at or near the mouth of Feather river, thence running about six miles up the South Boise river; thence turning north over the mountains and going down to the Middle Boise, at or near the Montgomery gulch;— distance about thirty miles—claiming a mile on each side of the proposed road. / Chas, delà Baume, L. V. Truesdals. Rocky Bar, February 1,1865. 16w3* 16 w4 WILLIAM MOON'. Telegraph Notice, A MEETING of tbe stockholders of tho Idaho Telo egraph Company, organized under the provisions of a charter granted to Alfred Mallett and otliçrs, to con struct an Electric Telegraph Line, from a point on Snake River opposite the junction of the boundary line between the State of Oregon and Washington Territory, via Pla cerville and Idaho city to Salt Lake city, Utah Territory, approved February 2d, 1864, will be held at the Red Bluff Bakery in the Plaza, at Placerville, Boise county, Idaho Territorv. on the 1st day of March. 1865, at 12 o'clock m. of said day. ALFRED MALLETT. Dated February 6 , 1865. Ibw3 Administrator's Notice* Territory of Idaho, County of Boise. In Probate Court. The matter of tho estate of John E. McDonald. deceased. '* 'T appearing to the Court by the petition of J. B. Friend. Administrator of the estate of John î£" McDonald, deceased, praying for an order to ell all the real estate belonging to said estate at public auction. It is tberefoie ordered by the Court that ali persons interested in said estate ap pear before the undersigned Probate Judge, at his office in Idaho City, Boise county, Idaho Territory, on tbe first, day ot tbe next regular term of the Probate Court in and for said county, at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, to show cause why an order should hot be granted to the said Administrator to sell said real estate as prayed for, and that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in the Idaho World, a weekly newspaper published in Idaho City, Boise county, Idaho Ter ritory. J. M. SHEPHERD, Probate Judge. Territory of Idaho, County of Boise. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the order of said Court made and entered on record in the matter of said within named es tate. 1 Witness my hand and the seal of said Court hereto this 24th day of Jan uary, 1865. J. M. SHEPHERD, Ex-Officio Clerk of Probate Court. _ j SEAL I n!4w4 Notice. T HERE will be a meeting of.the stockholders of the Elk Horji Gold and Silver Mining Co., at tbeir office in Pioneer City, on the 21st clay of February, 1865. a lull attendance is requested— either personally, or by proxy in writing. By order of C. L. Harrington, PreBidenty\ W. VV. Chapman, Secretary. *15w/ / Administrator*» TMötics. Territory of Idaho, County of Boise. In the mattet of the Estate of Wm. E. M -Atee. In th» . Probate court. I T appearing to the court by the petition of Elias Brown —Administrator of the estate of M m. L. A cAfe», de ceased—praving for an order to sell all the interest in mining claims, real estate and personal property belong ing to said estate, at public or private sale: it is ther«. fore ordered by the court, that nil persons mtererted ia said estate appear before the undersigned Probate Judge, at liis office in Idaho city, Boise county, Idaho Ferr.h ry. on Mondav. the thirteenth day of March, A I> 18f *- at j o'clock P M of said day. to show cause w hy an order should not be granted to the said Administrator to sell said per sonal and rea! estate, as prayed fop; and that acopj of this order be publised at least four successive weeks in the Idaho World, a weekly newspaper published in Idaho city, Boise county, Idaho Territory. J J. M. Shepherd, Probate Judge. I herebv certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the a " order of said cour t made and entered of record J SEAL. I in the matter of said within named estate; wit 1 i ne33 my hand and seal of said court, this 10 th davof February, 1865. J M. SHEPHERD, * Ex-Officio Clerk of Probate court. I Sommons. Territory of Idaho, coant y of Boise—ss. In the Probate court in and for said county. II. Martin and J. M. Murphy, doing hu,meas onder tho firm name and style of Martin & Murphy, Plaintiffs, vs. P. Patridge, defendant. To P PrttVidx^ * N the name of the people of the United States, in the Territory of Idaho, you are hereby uotified that there is now on file in the office of the Probate- court of Bois® countv. Idaho Territory, the complaint of H. Mrfrtin an<l J. M. Murphv, demanding judgment against you m tho sum of ($250' 00 ) two hundred and fifty dollars, for ser vices rendered von by plaintiffs as attorneys at yonr^spe cial instance and equest during the years 1363 anti and unless you appear aud make answer to this com plaint on or before the ICth day of May, I 860 , the said plaintiffs will take judgment against you for the said amount together with the costs of suit. . In testimony whereof I, J. M. Shepherd, l.x-officio ,_ « __^ clerk of said Probate court, have hereunto set ( SEAL ) tuy hand anti affixed the seal ot my court this ' 1st day of February, 1865. J. M. SHEPHERD, Ex-Officio clerk of r. c. 'EDHolbrook, Att'y for plff nI5-90*lny» p; STJMMOlVS'j. Territory of Idaho, County of Bor-e—ss. In the District Court, 2d Judicial District. Frances Sage vs. William Sage. To William Sage. the name of the people of the United States e p< in the Territory of Idaho, you are hereby noti fied that there is now on file in the office of the lerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of said Territory, in Idaho City, Boise County, the complaint *>f Frances»Sage, praying that the bonds of matrimony existing between yon aud said plaintiff be dissolved or. tho ground of extreme cruelty, willful desertion, and a failure to furnish the common necessaries of life ; and that unless you appear aud answer to said com plaint within forty days after the fifth day of March, A. D., 1865, (exclusive of said last men tioned day), the said plaintiff will take judgment against you by default and apply to said court for the lelief demauded in her said complaint. In testimony whereof. I, John C. Henley, Clerk of said District Court, have hereunto set my hand, and affixed the seal of said Court, at Idaho City, this 23d day of January, A. D., 1865. John C. Hhnlby, M. Kelly, Attyfor pl'ff. Clerk of D. C. Jan. 28nl4w5 _________ j SEALf Dissolution. Notice. T HE partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned iu the butchering trade, at Buena Vista Bar, Boise county, Idaho Territory, under the name and stvle of Husted & Killebrew is th a day di solved by mutual consent. All debt» due the firm must be paid to William Killebrew, who will pay any debt of the firm. I(;w3* ' W'm. Kili.B3rew, Idaho City, Feb. 10, 1865. H. L. Hcstbd. Notice VTfE, the undersigned, hereby give notice, that wo >Y will apply to the Board of County Commissioner!*, of Boise county. Idaho Territory, at their next regular session to be held thirty days after the publication of thi» notice, for a license to build a Toll Road from Idaho city to tho Gambrinus Quartz Miil, or Ledge; said road to commence at or near where Main street, Idaho city, crosses Bear P.nn,; thence up along said stream, by or near Kobie A Bush's steam mill, and following up said stream to its head to the summit or ridge, between Moore and Ftk creeks, and thence along said ridge on the most practicable route to the Gamhriuus mill or ledge. We also claim the right of way one mile on each side of said l oad. We will also apply for the right to establish a toll gate, and collect toll at the same. J. CAVE A CO. Idaho city, January 27th, 1865. 15w4 G-uardiap's Hale. Territory of Idaho, County of Boise In Probate Court, January 31st, 1865. In the matter of the petition of D. Wm. Douthitt, Guar dian of the estate and property of A. G. Lane, insane. N OW on this day corns*» D. win. Douthitt, guardian of the estate and property of A. G. Lane, insane, and tiles his petition asking the Court for a decree and order to sell certain real estate described in said petition, upon the ground that said real estate will likely depreciato in value end that more money could he realize*! at this time than any other, and farther that tho said Lane is largely indebted : First, to the proprietors of the Insane Asvlum at Portland, Oregon, for his support and medical attention ; second, to one Niel McGlinchy for » goods bought before he became insane, and further that the proceeds of Bale of said property are actually ne«ee sary for his present support. Now, therefore, it is ordered by the Court that all per sons interested in said estate appear on Tuesday, th» second «lay of tho next regular term of the said Probate/ Cou.it in and for Boise county, the term commencing on the fourth Monday of February, 1865, and show cause why tbe prayer of the petitioner should not be granted, and that the notice and order he publjshed in the Idaho World, a weekly newspaper published in said county, for four weens successively, prior to the day of the hear ing of said petition. J. M. SHEPHERD, Probate Judge, Territory of Idaho, Boise County. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the order of said Court, named and entered on record in the matter of the within named estate. witness my hand and seal of the said Court J SEAL k this 31st day of January, A. D., 1865. 1 v—' J. M. SBEPHERD, n 15w4 Ex-Officio Clerk of Probate Court. Summons. Territory of Idaho, County of Boise—s*. In the District Court in and for said County. Anna Newton vs. Isaac Newton. OTICE is hereby given to said defendant, that plain N _ tiff has filed iu the Clerk's Office of said court, her complaint for the purpose of obtaining a divorce ; and if defendant fail to appear and make defense at the first term of said court, which shall be held after the publica tion of this notice fir three months in succession, evi dence will be heard aLÄ said cause will be decided at said term. WAITE & MILLER, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Idaho City, January 21,1865._ 13rn3 I Summons. Terrritory of Idaho County of Boise. SS. In the District Court, Second Judicial District. Frank Miller vs. Henry ochurig. To Henry Schung : N the name of the people of the United State» _ in the Territory of Idaho, you are hereby noti fied that there is now on file in the office of tho Clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of said Territory, in Idaho city, Boise county, the complaint of Frank Miller, claiming of you the sum of $1,200, with interest on $700 thereof at the rate of two and a halt per cent, per month from the 23d day of March, A. D., 1864, balance due on a promissory note executed by you to said plaintiff for $750, and interest on $500 of said sum of $1200 at the rate of ten per cent, per annum from July, 1864, due on an express con tract : and that unless you appear and answer to said complaint within forty days alter the 15th day of April, A. D. 1865, (exclusive of the last mentioned day,) the said plaintiff will take judg ment against you for the sum hereinbefore speci fied, with costs of suit. In testimony whereof, I. John C. Henlv, Clerk , . of said District Court, have hereunto I SEAL s set ray hand, and affixed the seal of 1 ——r- y > said Court, at Idaho city, this 28th day December, A. D,, 1864. " ...... JOHN C. HENLEY, Clerk of District Court. -Ç\u.nk Miller Att'y for pl'ff nl0-3m