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SExMl-WEEHLy 29 , 1875 , nsro. te ■ I — I■■■ ■........... « nj — . |l»k» |wi-WwW| Miorll Published ^emdctym cte Friday«, Il Y THE fhe Idaho World Printing Company "heuaS JON i s manager. - ;*4>X » Brick Wfa? MP"^ ^>»w Halt Will Slrrrt. ---- —• # • ffgïS .;:::: INVAiilAJLY IN ADVANCE. Kate* of •» ii Ih r r I p t I o b I v>tr .......S'* Oi» Time M* nth*.. .$3 OO »flloBtii» '..... '* 0,) ! ^iuk'I«- Copie» ..... )t5 • Uy Carrier, i-i jut «purler. Rules oi -V<iverlii*lïi|js Oj,«iure ten hm-H <*; 1.**. one insertum... $ 3 00 „ .« •• each *Ui>»«.«|Ueut lUserUOU, 1 UU fttf-euhth * coiunui. per «j Harter, ......... 13 UO . *j UÜ - turd........ 33 UO -half ........ 3u uo j^ftwunn. per quarter.............. 5o oo card*. lo luu* <>r less, three mouth*. 7 IK) Pmfrssiouul Cards. GKO . AI Nsld K, 4 ttobney an :♦ * ,'oUN •SKLOl it A X 1 •AW. IDAHO Ai* , l r. oific«* ou M Olilgl'l ncry a: !rf»t, sr.-oud t* lue PtMloi] tict. JONAS \V. ItKOWV, 4 710! 8XEY AND *''1X0 It \T LVW. AND A s& iry Public, 1 •Liho fity. 1 1. Will pra- Qre 2 k lit* 1 i i t r* . n:»»ry. « >rri « *: on Com Brill s! net, i * i U m )T irt li>> V IM. J. KO Til IV KL l. n. i>.. IAN. SUIM )E< >\. AC.. gra.lnati? of Jrff.-r L m UcJicaI t o Piul*' l**l|*titi i oitj. « on L ... 1 o: tirouiU: alrcci t, l'i4C vrvillt Rome f'o., * 1 [ilre4 — U Dit. rii MUM K. Pi »Evr î»::; >* o:i *»rA , i I à r, :tr* 1*1. \ r»'rt. II LLE, I. -.! •ppoMte Dr. >' 2. line gold SI 4 *p«. ully. Society Notices, |D1B0 Enrainpmrnf, No 5 , 1 . r. '«-'•"g* -t . Urn id. M W .-du* *«l 4 j evening* I at . ; A:i ' ,Vi '"' k All mrmbeî. A ^»tinjw.inninHo *1^1. Ity à I » a«» J tn. T.. LODGE, N, 2 . I. o. U-*»7.-. r ' JUr ** H* lull, «'ll jg 'f **i<-li w.-.-k, a» 7 - , oVlock CL * ' n *? ' >'l MAH ling .re limit I to J.»n 15 7* tf 1C. SILSBY, ^Mtatioiurjj aud potions. tocciuo '* To JA*. A. ny.KET a CO.) *iuti»g unit AND VARIETY STORE. IDAHO CITY, d waler IX ss l STATIONERY, • ASD. ßAL NEWS DEALER Io BACCO AND CI0ABS, TOYS, A1! of which will b9 cheap for CASii.-m Li!?*' ? ot foun< * in my «took, /^Drw" curej 10 ihe ahorteat poesible THE WEEKLY WORLD | 1 LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST PAPER IN IDAHO, $5.00 PER ANNUM. Postage paid. G. MARRE XN STOVES, TINWARE, PUMPS, SHEET IRON, ZINC, COPPER, BRASS, SHELF HARDWARE, AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, % Manufacturer of tin, copper, and sheet iron ware, Idaho City. BANKING HOUSE ..of., €. W. MOORE & CO. IDAHO CITY, Do »general banking business. Sell exchange on New York, San Francisco, Portland (Ogn.), And the pnucipal EUnOPEANCITIES The highest pi ice paid for COLD DUST, GOLD ANDSILVER BULLION lu coin or currency. CJT Buy and sell Clreenbacka. NfaerU'f Sale. B Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED OUT of the Dlalrlrt Court of the Seccml Judicial Dis :rict in and (or llolsecoojty, Mahn Territory. uj»<*n a judgment rendered in *aid Court in favor of plain tiffs, tu the ca*e wherein Con Healey and Timo'hy Da, « y were plaintiff* and A. Morriaon wa* defend ant. f'»r the *uiu «*1 eight liundrcd and sixty-seven dollar*, with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent, per annum from March J4tb. 1**75. mgrther with coat« of amt taxcsl at the sum ot thirty and *. aeiity file one hundredth* dollar*, duly tested the , 2nd day of (W'totxrr 1*75. I have levied upon, seixed ! and taken in execult n the follawtnß-de*cril>ed pr«» ju-rty. to wit: All right, title an«l interest which A. Morn*«»n. the defendant, had on March 21th. 1875, of. hi and to that certain building in Quartxbnr «aid canity and Territory, formerly occupied by said defendant a* a *a oon, ami more recontly occupied f,,r the name p r|H»*c by Frank Uavird. situated im mediately went of the" bonne formerly occiipl «I by Green M- rri-on and hi« family, and fronting on tbo Mam «Irret fifteen feet more or less, and extending back southerly forty feet more or leas; together with the lot of land on w hich the same atanda; al»«>. that rertaiti other lot of land and houae ami building* »here«»n. aituato eaat of the aforementioned lot and lying immediately west of Comb* A Fenner a aaloon, fronting on «aid Slain .treet twenty five feet more or Ira*, and extending l>ack southerly to and into the hill fortv feet more or lea*. and being the aatne premt««* an«l property formerly occupied by Green Morriaon and hi* fatuity, a« a tmarding houae. to t.*g«ther w ith all appurtenance» to both of aald lot* and building* belonging. Public notice is hereby given that oil the Hid «lay of Norrmbfr. A. D. 1873 , at twelve o'clock M . I w ill sell in front of the Court bon*«* door, in Idaho City, at public auction, to the li'gbes* bidder, for cash, the above-deweribed proper ty. or so much thereof a* may be »efficient to *atiafy «aid execution, coat* and accruing eoata. SAMUEL STEWART, Sheriff. Idaho City, Oct 2«. 1*75. THE Dissolution Notice. N otice is hereby given that parlncrship heretofore existing between Pon Yam Pon Yep and Wong Chong in a general mer cantile business in Idaho City I* this day dissolved hy mutual consent. Pon Yarn having purchased the interest of Wong Chong. The business will be car ried on as nsuAl In the name of P >n 1 am. All those indebted to the old firm either by book account or notes, are hereby notified to settle the same immediately with Pon Yam who ■'Tflrm'*!n thorizcl to settle all the business of the firm in Idaho Territory, and all persons having claims accru ing in Idaho Territory against said firm will present the same to Pon Yam for payment. Idaho Citt, Oct SO. 1S7S. ££ Wo SO Choxo. notice or BisaotuTiow. -VTOT1CE is HEREBY GIVEN' IN r,:n h 3Ä"Ä?i.. h Äd.gÄ^ #t P t -lilhè interest of M. Smith, the » nsiness will purchase«! the inter«« o. » WeJIer & no "' t 7„ r *.hi'.î kno*m« the,n«i™e. Indob,ed to tbo Si Arm. cKrÄ iïcoun, or n,.,c.. .re horcb, DOtiflod to oottlo tbo «amo > j J. Waii.iK, M. Smith. PLACEETtLI«« Oct. 4th 1875. CONTROLLER'S OFFICE. J Boise Citt, X. T.. Oct. ft, 180». J Joanna AT J WILL BE RECEIVED S EALED o'clock a. M., November at this offlce "J, 1 " ^nd furnishing Territorial 20,1876. for Rollers office, for the fiscal blank* for iim of th« C! ™ d uletobe seen at year 1876, in accordance wun acvu this office. AAiivered at thi« office on or b."™R«mb.rlSt, *n*. Propool. .ho«ld b. -Ä for rum XYm ' lh ' U " of ,h ' CM 3T^ss;sr clli Controller, BoUe City, I. T. The Black Hills.— Prof. Jenncr, chief of the geologist expedition of the Black Hills, and his assistants, have finished their labors and returned to Cheyenne. He spent five months in the hills and made a thorough exami nation of the whole country, and mapped it from Bellefourche to the south fork of the Cheyenne river. He reports gold . fields extending forty miles north from Harvey's Peak, and twenty miles wide that contain gold in quantities that will pay from $3 to $5 per day to the man", and that there are bars on mitnbers of streams that will pay much more than that. The water supplies are ample for working purposes, and fully sufficient to carry water from the top of most of the bars and allow the tailings to be readily disposed of. The gold is coarse, good, and easily separated from the gravel and sand. The professor has with him an ounce of coarse gold that two men obtained on Spring creek with ten hours' labor. An assay of this gold shows it to be 040 fine, worth $19.43, coin, to the ounce. Prof. Jen ney corroborates (Jen. Costar's report of the hills, and says that they will support thousands of miners when the Government opens them to settlement. The valleys are adapted to agriculture, and the hills and tin* canyons to stock raising. Rain fall is plentiful and timber abuudant. His official report will be made from New York bly before Congress line's. proba 1 îtsS a<rc»s i)\' OUI* l Kl Vil 1 VCSSt'ls. « » * ' *" At the close of the war, 300 or 400 Southerners, unwilling to live under the Government of the United States, went to Brazil, intending to reside there. Disappointed in their hopes, they expressed a ties.re to return, and many of them .being in actual distress, our Government'tendered to them free Twcnty-f«ur of them returned to New York in 1871. Others have reached this country since by the same means, and now the Swatara will soow leave for 1'ara, ia Brazd, to bring back the last of them. 'They will be lamdcd at Fort Royal, S. G. --—----- -+ ^ 4 ---- -----—-- President Grant, while at Salt Lake, allowed himself to be petted and feted by Brigham Young and bis Mormons. This from the President of the great United States, while the blood of two hundred citizens, murder ed by these very same Mormons, at Mountain Meadows, still cries from the ground. __^-- «♦« -- : --- in The camels formerly used in pack ing salt to the Cotustock mines will shortly be taken t6 Arizona, for ser vice in the deserts • ot that country. Since the intriwliifctinn of these ani mals into Nevada, some ten years ago, they have increased by breeding from eight to forty-two. _ —- • ♦ ♦— The big gun now making for use at the Centennial will Weigh one hundred and twenty-two and a half tons. The balls witl be drawn into it by four yoke of cattle, which arc unyoked at the btorch atid driven out through the pores of the iron. Robert Dale Owen, who was re cently placed in an insane asylum by his children, has.- been restored to health. He thinks that bis ailment was exhaustion of fhé brain and ner vous force, until wliat lie'regarded as arbitrary restraint tended to irritation. -- --------- » -> ----- Gen. Rosencrans is now superintend ing the mining interests in Egan Can yon, on the line of the old overland route, about 250 miles west of Salt Lake City. All right-minded persons will learn, with gratification, that the Supreme Court does not favor Tweed's slipping out of the hands of the law. This Court, in Generat Term last week, rendered a decision confirming 4 ihe order refusing a reduction of the $3, 000,000 bail in the case of the People against Tweed, and reversing the or der for a bill of particulars. Aftef re citing the facts upon which the suit is based, and recalling the value of * the proof submitted, Judge Daniels says: "It is plain from the evidence that Tweed and his confreres divided among themselves six millions of dol lars, to which they had no legal title whatever. Tweed was liable for the entire amount. It was his duty to guard the public treasury from fraud, and has no right to complain of the consequences to himself. By law the body is deemed the highest security. The amount of bail should approxi mate the amount sought to be recov ered. The bail fixed has been exceed ingly liberal on this point, and is large only because of the uncommon, magnitude of the defendant's depreda tions." The deepest sea sounding yet ef fected was obtained by the Challenger this year in the abysses of New Guin ea, depths which have occasioned a sharp line of demarcation lietween the fauna of Asia and Australasia. The 1 "lead" weighed 4 cwt., and struck bottom at the tremendous depth of 4,450 fathoms, or about 26,700 fee*. Ihe hollow rod, by which specimens of the bottom are brought up, was full of mud, and both the thermome ters that had been sent down were smashed to atoms by the enormous prescrire of the superincumbent water. A previous unsuccessful attempt to reach the bottom, but in which 4,505 fathoms were sounded, showing the temperature at that depth to be 35£ degrees Fahrenheit uncorrected. Although .half a million persons have been banished from Russia to Si beria between the years 1822 and 1872, there has been scarcely auy perceptible increase in the population, and, as fifty years ago, there is not one inhabitant per square verst. The reason of this is that the number of persons who make their escape from Siberia continues to be very great, lu 1873, for instance, the number of persons entered on the lists as con demned to banishment in the Irkoutsk district was 10,387, while 1,994 only were to be traced as residing there; and in the ten years from 1835 to 1845 no fewer than 12,652 fugitives were recaptured. In 1859 the exiles in the Government factories at Nertr ehinsk attempted to escape in a body, and 580 of them have been returned ns "missing" ever since. Peaches are now shipped to Europe dipped in melted parafine. By this process the fruit is covered with a coating impervious to water, air, or acids, and, it is claimed, will keep for several weeks. _ —- ■*♦« ———-— The returns of the Ohio election have been ciphered down to a little over three thousand Republican major ity. _ —-- • ♦ « ---- v — Nearly half the persons nominated for the office of county superintendent of schools in Iowa this year are wo men. It is said that there are twenty thou sand people sicK with the chills and fever in St. Louis at the present time. Quinine must be in demand.