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t SBMi-WHEKlIjY ft OL- 6. IDAHO CITY FRIDAY. JULY 39, 1331. NO 39 dahu gw*48rrMj| ftiuriil Published nesdays b «*> Friday® MAiV and CHAS, E. JOflES, UtilAN JUNES, BUSINESS MANAGER. in Brick Bulld og Adjoining l'ont file. Montgomery Street. MS, : : : : : : INVARIABLY ;N ADVANCE. H it te h of S u b s cr i p t i o nt 9 Year. ... .....*6 50 | Three cnths...$15« Mouths....... 3 5'* I Siuxle Copies..... 1« By Carrier, $ I 51 per quarter. Kates oi Advertiaintt: «square teulmeso, less, one iusertiou,.. $ 3 00 , .i " each Bitbeequeut insertion, 1 uo »•eighth of a column, pur quarter,......... 13 00 • fourth........ -Ill 0U third " 26 ou hah ........ 30 UO oconiuin, per quarter,... ........... 50 OU siuess ranis, 10 lines or less, three months, 7 00 TES OF SUBS RIPTION TO WEEKLY WORLD: e ypar iu Territory.............................. $1 00 mouths " 2 00 year seht out Territory....................... 3 25 grofrggiflttiî $ard$. .IONA s VV. HKOWN, HORSEY AN]' COUNSELOR AT LAW, AMI Notary Public, Idaho City, 1. T. Will practice il the Courts ol t e Territory, orner. ou Com rial street, two d> or above court House. W.H. J. Kt TH WELL. M. D„ HYSICIAN, 8UHG ON. ëtC., graduate of Jeffer son Medical Col ege, Philadelphia. Olhce on er eud ol Grauite street, Plaeerviile, Boise Co., (dec!—tl H. ZII'F. M. 33., HY81CLN AND SURGEON, OFFICE NEXT door to a rug store tf. S. KINGSLEY, TT0RNL1 AND CO NSELOll AT LAW. WILL _ alt'.ud to lm»lue3s i . Boise county, ug. 21, '77—tt ) Tames 11. Hawley, TT0RNEY AT LAW, IDAHO ■ City, I. T. Jau.23,*79-tf. F. L. Knsigrn, TTUKNEY AT LAW, BOISE City, Idaho. I March 18,'79-tT. Gilbert Lutler» ÜRVEY0R AND MINING EX gineer—member ol iiullion Club, New York— 0 Clt y > L T. Mar. 12-3m. pottos, r Idaho Encampment No, 5,1. C. R. C., j. 0 ^ 8 regular meetings in Templar ah w?n Saturday evei ings, at 7 o'clock. AH Champions in good standing are iu , vitedto attend. By order of the E. C.| Josephine Abbott, W. S. Jan. 2-'77—tf. 5.SÄÜ; ft*.® nauon Tuesday evening of each week, ^ ^ 1 0c k- A1 members in good standing ......, . ... ^ nv( . r: m memoers in good standing ïr v d u° tt,tend - By order of t e W. C. T. *• miller, Secretary. [Doc. 13,'78-tf h Ä Lodge No. 1, A. F- & A M ■h ii lts re Bt>lar meetings in Musouic , ! eve v r - v fourth Saturday of each month. VV.?. reu in good standing are invited o attend. By order of the W M. G. W. P.ichaiids, Sec'y. %. ?,^ n .EER LODGE no. 1, I. o. 0. F„ I *" elr regular meetings in Odd „lows Hall " u 'Le first and Third i 8tanrti„ ay iu eai ' u Month All I rothers '•nding are invited to attend. ^CLFe s, . Bj order of the N. G. F ' Secre tary. j a „ 21-3m .^uu L *i° R „F I)GEN0 4 > L 0. O.F., H 11 t8re gular meetings iu Odd Fel rvenin,>» e fn eiai ! ie ' ou ,he flrst and third Sat *'»s<lim. »1 ' 1 montl > All Brothers in »smug are invited to attend. ■IF.L Jones Tt q Uy oldur of Ml# N. G 'Sl-'tf.' luvin''^,:: 111 A,h ' :lnce Uieir interest by iij Wasl ' cx l )eneiic °d Attorney resi er of p n C . e, ® nfl . was formerly an Ex Usincs h,7 tS ? ,lle Pu,eut Office. i«Som T tll( ' Couru or the De ot Ubiju .t! ' a,ten ded to. Fee cou ^^«uc eesa. Send for circular. ^Wad«f' EI coatil? * d « y at hora *C°, AlM ^ 0 «^°utDt free. Addrea. LUNA HOUSE. A FIIIST-0LAS8 LuTEL. Corner Montgomery and Commercial sts., IDAHO cITY. M. ß. Limey.....Proprieter STAGE OFFICE IN THE HOTEL, STAGES LEAVE DAILY FOR OISE CITY, PIOMEE t CITY, CENTERVILLE. PL A CE BVILL E, AND OTHER POINTS. He is prepared to furnish anything in the BAKERY LINE at ruinously low figures, AT THE HOTEL. April 14th. 1S7B. •John li. Myek, Plaeerviile, Isidor Smith Idaho City ii £ SITU Keep constantly on hand a careful it selected stock of Druçs, Medicines and Chemicals OILS, VARNISHES. WIDOW GLASS. TOILET ARTICLES AVD PERFUMERY, TOYS, PATENT MEDICINES MOTIONS AND ST A HOMER Y Albums, Picture Frames & Willow Ware. The finest brands ol TOBACCO & CIGARS. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, Lamps and Lamp Flitnres. NUTS, CANDIES, FRUI1S AND GROCERIES. And numerous other articles pertaining to a first-class drug mu VARIETY STORE. Prescriptions carefully compounded. All orders tor goods in our line will be filled with promptness and at the Very I^o west Prices. Idaho Cin. C*8 7-tt. MARION F. WALDRON, Wholesale and Retail Ï.-BALER IN General Merchandise AND Miners' Outfits, Centerville, Idaho. soda water. "CrîT Sparkling Wines and all Carbonated Beverages. . at at $5 TO $20r d,y " h0,n, Ssraples worth *5 fro. AJdreess Stis h .* & Co., Poitlaud Uaaa C. of I r>uh«crilie tor tin WEEKLY WORLD. Price, $4 to subscribers in the Territor and $3.25 when sent out of the Territory I'ariicuiar attention pm* to Territorial News. II you want a live and cheap paper su* •cribe immediately. Sect ÎÉD U OFFHIU Ö 1 'EGTOR'f *or Idaho 'i'ers'itory, ......................... lohn . Neil. ............................ T. F. Siugifior. 3urvo.or.„ei.er»,....................-m. r V* l ' ,lc,v 3ii lbs .............John T. Morgan Asm ■ fee, 1st Dial.,..................... No-mau Buck . , _d _ ..................... H. E. PriokHt (lei , npreme Court..........A. L. Hichardsoi L - '-.Btr Cl Attorney, ....................j. u ßutle Ü. MarsliJil....................... p s rh Rej'ster J,;.nd Office............. j"b' Miller Receiver,...............................James Stout TERRITORIAL DIRECTORY: nele ate to Congress.................... G eo. Atnslie Controller................................j L.onderdonk Treasuter............................... John Hm.tooti Pros• ruling Attorney, 1st. Dist..........J. w i-,, e ti * 4 * ^d " .....j H Hawley '* 3d 44 ..... W. Crawford BOISE COUNTY DIPECTORY: ^ erlff .............................. M. Danskin treasurer, ............................ ....... m „ h Auditor and Recorder..............Tim Carroll. Prol ate Judge....................... T ^ H . Assessr and l ax Col ectnr...........Alex. Orchard County Commissioners, W. w. Black, Martin Cathcart ami Dave Murray. FOR A House and Ranch, Alsu some Placer Diggings, on Pine Creek, a mile and a half east of town, will be sold very cheap for cash. Inquire on the premises or at this office. MRS. GEO. TKEGASKIS. March 7th,'SI.—lm. AUCTION! I will sell my house and FURNITURE at public auction ou •Tilly SO, 1881 . at 2 o'clock, p. M. 8. W. WULFF. PUBLIC SALE. Territory of Idaho.) COUNTY OE BOISE. | B y virtue of a writ of execution is sued from the Justice Court of J. H Myers, J. P.» °u tt judgment rendered therein, aud to me directed, in favor of Jacob Wagner, und against A. C. Spooner, for the sum of $89 75, eighty-uine dollars and seventy-five cents and costs of suit, ami accruing costs, I havo this day levied upon the following described property, to-wit; One dwell ing house,, chicken house, cow house and lot with fence around the same situated ou the west side of the town ot Plaeerviile, iu above named county, and on the south side of the lot of Thomas Grib bou. Public untie, is hereby given that ou the Eighth day or August. A- I*. 1881 , I will jell the above described property of A. C. Spooner, at public auction, at ihe premises, at the hour of 1 o'clock p u. cit said day, to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy the a.sove mentioned judgment, costs aud accruing costs. ROBERT K. IRWIN, Special Constable. PlaoerTtUe, Boise county. I. T.. July 12, lbël .— 3 NOTICE. •VTOTIUE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT i.1 I will on Thursday, the 2Sth day of July, A. D. 1881, at 12 o'clock M., of said day, at my office in Idaho City, Boise county, I. T., offer at public auction, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) to the lowest bidder therefor, in county warrants of said Boise county, issued aud registered prior to January IS00. ISIDOR SMITH, Co Treasurer. Idaho City, I. T. July 18, 1881. NOTICE. IS hereby given that the third quarterly examination of teachers for Boise county, will be held at the office of C. S. Kingsley at Idaho City, on Wednesday the 3d day of August, 1881. Examinations to begin at two o'clock, p. M. C. S. KINGSLEY. Examiner. GILBERT BUTLER, Sup't. Idaho City, July 26, 1881. VV hat Hr. 1 1 aim t. —A certain rich man wus poHeeeseil • f great wealth, ami wan wont lo be proud of his pos Hesrtii'iis and in refer to >liem often, but w tnal lie was uni a man of intellect Une day lie bad an old ltishmaii wmk ing for 1 1 iin. and tie w. nt out to over see the j di He lonkee at Pat a min nt«*, haul at work, and then lit* said: "Well, Pat, it is a good thing to be rich, ain't ii?" "Yes, stir," said Pat, who had the wit id ids nation. "I am lieh —very rich, Pat." "Yis, stir ' "I own lard«, and houses, and bonds, and stocks, and railroads, and all sorts o' tilings." "V es, sur," said l'a', still shoveling away "Aml what is there, Pat, that I ha Vi n't go ?" "Not a dom hit o' sinse, stir," repl - ed Pat as iie picked up Ins wheelbar row ami trumiled t off lull of dirt, ami the rich man went, into the house and sat down behind the door. An Old Villa. — I he remains of a Roman vd a ,,n the Isle of Wight, found a year or more ago, proves on Ini tiier exploration, to he of large in tcres and importance. Probably the villa will turn out to he tlm most con siderable, su far as known, that was lelt by the Romans who dwelt in Brit a n. Already the number of separate rooms explored is nearly thirty, five <d which have been opened during the present season. Objects which clearly indicate the existence of a long open court supported by columns, have Come to light, besides others, which uumistakablv point to a structure at once plaiial and extensive. Pottery and bones are discovered, as well as valu tide Coins, indicating the date at which the villa was occupied by citi zens of the Empire of Rome. A new dictionary needed: G ns de Smith is very fond of using highfalu tin words and expressions. For in stance, he never uses the terms Jew', Hebrew or Israelite, hut calls that class Semites. Yesterday Col Gil hooly said: "Gus, when you go down t) the postoffice, tell Gus Schaumburg to send me up a bottle of his whisky by his colored porter." "Do you mean Gus Schaumburg, the Semite, who does business on Austin Avenue?" Giltmo ly had never heard a Hebrew called a Semite before. He gave Gus a sym pathizing look and replied: "Yes, just tell Gus Schaumburg, the Semite, to send up a bottle of whisky by his col ored porter, the Hamite—[Texas Sift The Fruit Recorder says: "We have tried it repeatedly, and never knew it to fail, in case of saving diseased fruit trees—the cutting off the diseased part, and slitting the hark downward oil one side of the limb and body from the atlected part. In fact, if the dis eased part is cut oft', and the limb and body slit, it will stop the destruction of the tree, at least it has always prov ed so in our practice." During the conference al -the following dialogue was overheard he- ; tween two newsboys; "I say, Jim, I what's the meaning of so many min- I ' 1 isters being here together?" "Why," answered Jim, scornfully, "they a!- j ways meet once a year to exchange | sermons with cacli*other." A man's virtues should be measured \ not by his occasional exertions, hut by j tho doing* of his ordinary life. 1 niE.ii Y THE KID. How He Became an Outlaw—Thirty ®lx Harder®. Mr. Lute Vv'ilcox, city editor of the Las Vegas (N. M.) Optic, was in In dianapolis some time ago, and a re porter interviewed him on things in general. Speaking of the notorious Biily the Kid, Wilcox Haiti : Of all the killers in the New Mexican country, tin: Kid is the m 'St successful. H* has slain thirty-six, and wants to wiud up with Governor Wallace. Tip* Gov ernor offered a reward of $500 for his apprehension and return to Santa Fe. He w as once a bootblack in New York; a great reader ot dime novels. He has been in New Mexico about four years. At first lie was only a herder, and got his hand in by killing Mexi cans. His last triumphant ('scape was about six months ago. He was under guard. Two officers were on duty, one a deputy United States Marshal by the name of Bell, in the room with him. A pistol shot was soon heard. "The kid lias tried to escape," said one of the officers, who at the time was upon the sireet, "and Bell has shot him." The r >om was in the second story of the building. Saying this he open ed the door and walked into the house. Billy the Kid stood at the head of the stairs and shot him down. He had worked his bracelets off and snatched the officer's pistol. Billy then walked down stairs and shuffled along the street to a blacksmith shop. The smith cut his irons, and he compelled another man to saddle him a fleet horse. He was full three-quarters of an hour getting out of the town. He had not ridden far when he was met by two killers whose friends lie had slain, and who had sworn to kill him. Here was a ride of death. They all knew that one or more of them had tod.e. They rode along watching each other for twelve miles. At last Billy the Kid got the drop and killed them both. He is now in the San Juan country, collecting, it is said, a large party of killers. A few days before 1 left Las Vegas, officer Bill Goodlet, at the instance of Gov ernor Wallace, started in search of him. * * * * * The average cowboy is the meanest of cowards, as well as the most ruf fianly of ruffians. He always takes his antagonist at a disadvantage, and works upon the "drop." Accuracy of shot and destitution of conscience are his only strung points. The most miserable "gouger" who ever wallow ed in "mud on the 'lection day" would scorn the foul "holts" by which the fellow gladly profits. E. E. J. Withers: Certainly; we shall fie happy to enlarge our staff and take you on. Of course you will have to take the junior place; begin at tho bottom and work wp; but you needn't mind that. Your duties for the first year will he to come down aud open the office at 5 a. m., to fill the inkstands, to sweep up the remains of the poets left lying about over night, feed the tenderest parts to the office cat; sort, 1 he pi in the composing room and dis tribute it, carry the lithographic stones two at a time, up to the sixth story, bear a hand in the press room aud work the contributor bouncer when ever the steam engine wants to take a rest. If, after a fair trial, we think you show energy and application, we will let you write for the paper—some where down stairs in the business de partment—on the wrappers, may be. —Fuck.