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ite the Idaho World either for
Jrertieing. or printing. must be
Jon*, or order, who will also
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'TTON,
E. W. Jo.MCiJ.
^City.Miy 15.1^*75
NffSoodav, as several of us were go
I Warm Springs, we saw quite a
Ly* in a Chinese garden. On go
jnweaet a Chinaman limping away.
Igwe cooldget out of him was "No
^ He bad been hooked by a
^ being driven to the slaughter
- ghe gave several others a jolt, but
giwnii being a little too crooked, did
I mutiny of them very badly .
TiiHomaan mill will start up on rock
ft tie ledge discovered by Mr. Plow
^jMt below the idd Gambrinus works,
pc which is thought to be the main Gam
gisosledge, in a day or two. This rook
its best ever found in that section. He
pncwered the ledge for a distance of
pkoodred feet, and went down on it
cow i
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I« thirty feet At this depth he has a
bmlbotledge with solid walls, and high
pie on
Tnhowman mill cleaued up over six
fccaad ddlara, after a run of 132 hours
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.MbfUiroct. They ooly cnithed|
Btytotuof quartz. This proves the
rxi to be very rich, and as there are hun
rièoftoasin sight, Messrs, lfooten and
5&nhavea big thing. The ledge is now
taf pretty well developed, which shows
nobetwelve feet wide, with good walls.
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HiJirr Howell, of (Quartzburg, called !
«fie World Tuesday. He showed us a !
s of names taken for the forming of a
tftev dub. The races are to come off
; *be Star Ranch cours«; about the 20th of
œ Booth. Programme will appear
te season.
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-wid several other thinga, among which j
va pair of fine boots, stolen on last
He suspects Chinamen.
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4 *ill be seen by posters, there will be !
action sale on Saturday, July 17th,
k* 1 of Mr. C. 8. Kingsley's ware
««.the
to- James McIntyre, who live* ~..
Vista Bar, had his blankets, cloth-
entire furniture, groceries, clolh-
belonging to Mr. J. K. Reed.
Mann, the driver on the Boise
c ' ,m P®H e< l t*> lay off •
Pk °f weeks from sore eyes, John Lew
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reins, and always brings the
re in — -
'»kea the
1 on lime.
-a- - wa. uccommou.u.aomc
Wioncmucca, fora beautiful
lOMl -
Parties, wh *c names we have not
f*J*^* ve discovered a ledge a bolt two
l ® 0Te Hie 8ub Rosa, which pros
£*«11, and is abouta foot and a-half
®* ®' ron if will preach bis
^•maoo before Conference, next 8un
' * ma ^ e M a special request that
y and hear him.
«^thanks to CaptA. J. 8hep
^*f*nt ^ accommodât
fendit
1 ^, * 8 tRono, Charles Kingfley
^ ii i >use rciurnc«! from a fish
^ ,ÜQ the Upper Payette, a few
m; h. after making some re
**^®d up again last Monday.
?T Uul '" üu arc
**®*°t*, office.
at work raising
ranges from ninety to
ot Qoaittlmrg, is
tLuaJer ahjwcr Sunday.
Letter from Placerville.
Placerville, July 12,1875.
Bd. World';— Getting aboard of the
stage on the seat with Mr. Charlie Barnes,
the clever and accommodating driver, I
started for QuarUburg. I noticed nothing
worth mentioning until we reached Hon.
G. B. Baldwin's place, on North Elk. He
was sitting in the hall of his porch looking
over his fine orchard with delight By the
way a little description of the orchard
would probably come in good place. The
small pine shrubbery is covered over with
soda, bitters, pickle, and various other
kinds of bottles. As he has told two differ,
ent tales about them, it is hard to tell
which is the true one, as they are both
very reasonable. To some he has told that
they were the product of the trees, and to
others that they were there for the gather,
ing of balsam. The willows are also bend,
ing with sardine, oyster, and fruit cans,
Ac. He is not damaged any by grasshop
pers or frost. *
About half-past three we arrived at Cen
terville. A good many people were in
town, probably owing to the fact that Rev.
D. G. Strong was to preach there that eve
ning. Arriving at Placerville about five
o'clock we partook of a sumptuous supper
at James W. Davison's hotel ; after which
we proceeded to Quartzburg, where we ar.
rived about six P. M.
The Iowa mill started up again this
morning. They have increased the speed
to eighty drops per minute, and everything
works to a charm. They crush from
twenty to twenty-five tons of quartz per
day, and employ seventeen or eighteen
hands. Gettiug tired of running around,
and having finished business, Mr. Bradfort
invited another friend and myself to din.
ner, to which we did ample justice.
The Gold Hill shaft is on an incline of
forty-five degrees, and is down about thir
ty-five feet. The hoisting works will be
ready for running in a few days.
A Traveler.
THS COÛTES TED ELECTION CASE.
We publish this morning a letter from
Hon. 8. 8. Fenn, which brings out some
facta that have never before been pub
jlished. He speaks in plain, unmistakable
language, proves his statements by affida
v | lSi md unlike His Excellency, is cour
tenus toward all who disagree with him.
The Governor and his friends have been
doing all in their power since the election
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to deceive the people, and as only one side
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of the case lias heretofore been made pub
lic, there may be a few who have been led
to believe that no frauds or trickery were
indulged in. We earnestly request all to
read the sworn evidence published in the
letter, consider both sides of the question,
and then draw your own conclusions. As
t* 1 ® l ell ® r If 0 ®* over ground pr y
thoroughly it is only a waste of time and
space to enter into the details of the case.
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Has the Idaho World "stepped down
and out?" It*» issue of the 4th is the last
that has reached this office.— Avalanche.
The World has not "stepped down and
out." It only followed the time-honored
custom of all the journals throughout the
land of suspending an issue to give all
^ opportunity of properly obser
v j n g Q, e »day we celebrate."
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A KaH named Charley Meyers, at Silver
çjty, Nevada, committed suicide recently,
j| e had loat all of his money at faro, which
waa the occasion of the rash act.
Judoe D. McFadden. ex-Delegate to
Congre« from Wwlrlngton Territory, died
at Olympia, a short time ago.
The small-pox is spreading rapidly
in New York city, and it is »aid to be
of the virulent type.
The St. Louis Globe tenders Gen.
Sherman the position of army corres
pondent during the next war.
Obtaining money under false pre
tences— Borrowing fifteen cents for a
drink, and immediately wasting the
same for bread.
There are only two hundred men in
Connecticut who have not invented
gort of clothea pin, or some kin
Jof salve or liniment.
Ohio men are bashful. One hid un
der a hog peu for hall a day rather
than testify in a lawsuit.
A new freak with gentlemen is to
have the shirt bosom, collar and culls
hn. d with colored linen.
The new postal card will be plainer
than the old card, and will be made of
better mater.ul. __
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Id Idnho CIV. M* îwîî
who if aM.oua, twJkjr-a a#a aaaa
rSSS w«I chi««» d.ln»-«®
THE
WEEKLY WORLD
the
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST
PAPER IN IMHO.
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j ONLY $3 25 PER AHullM.
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Postage paid.
ns
tri-weekly world
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JOB PRINTING
AT
YORK PRICES!
AT THE
WORLD
osters,
C1RC0LARS.
BILLHEADS,
NOTES,
DEEDS,
'AGS,
VISITING C ARDS
PROGRAMMES,
RECEIPTS,
LICENSES,
BALL TICKETS,
LETTERHEADS.
ALSO
LEGAL ft JUSTICE'S BLANKS |
•f all kind®.
and every description of
i
TEMPER® BLANKS
always on band and printed to order,
PLAIN, OR IN COLORS,
Jind at prioeaöO per ceet below
oar former rates. *
Call anff examine epecimens and'prices
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OBSTACLES TO MABBIAGE.
Happy Relief for Toeaf Mo« fron» tbe ef
feet« of Errors end Abases in early Hf®. Manhool
Restored. Impediments to Marriage removed, near
met hod of treatment. New sad remarkable reme
dies* Books and circulera sent free, in sealed en
velopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 419
North Ninth St., Philadelphia;. Pa.,-an Institution
having a high reputation tor honorable conduct ana
professional skill.
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AT HU
NEW BRICK STORB
....IN....
IDAHO CITY,
it now opening bit new Spring itoek of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
B00T8 AND 8H0E&.
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Good»
LADIES* AND CHILDBEN'S
READY MADE SUITS,
CARPETS. WALL PAPERS,
IRON AND STEEL,
BLACKSMITHS* TOOLS,
irdware,
DUCK. AND HOSE,
avit BOOTS, OLASS AS» PÜTTT, PAINTS AND
OILS.
HARV|STIN6 A BAYING TOOLS,
OÜN8. PISTOL8. AND
ETSS'X;
of aU kind®.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY*
CHAIRS, CROCKERY,
and an endless
VARIETY STOCR*
My
GROCERY BEPARTKEHT
is now complete.
PURE MAPE SUGAR
SI BOUGHT AN IMMENSE stock
at 1 ow rates, while in Chicago, Boston,
New York, Philadelphia and 8an Francis
co. I will sell VERY LOW for CASH,
or to GOOD TIME BUYERS.
__ fTHaving determined to stay and
Ue(p to develop this country, I shall keep
a Full iStock of Goods, to sell at Fvir'
Living Prices, aad shall be glad to see
or hear from all in want of good* in my
line. Orders will be promptly filled and
on just as good terms as if the buyers
were ; /resent, and all packages of 1 to 10
pounds I will deliver Free at Centerville
and Placerville.
Idaho City, May 22. 1873. tf
CITY DRUG* STORB,
M. Ha-ZIPF* PROPRIETOR,
Keep® tor ®*1® » f«U stock of
DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. PATEN*
MEDICINES,
Fin®
TOILET SOAP. BRUSHES AND PERFUMERY
Also
S AND LIQUORS
adictml ose.
Prescription® compounded with csr®. Order« sr
• S and fill®^ with promptnes®. ( Apll6,7A-4f
Ihr Law or Nkwspapkks — I. Subscrl*
brr® who d«t in it givr ripr«*®® m.lic«* t«» Ihn con
trary are c«Mi*dt*rt*d a® wishing to cootiuue
tbfir subtcriptioii®
2. It nny S'lbarrihcr® order the di»contmiK
aneê «f* fheir newspaper®, the publisher may
continue to «end them until aff arrearage® arr
If subscriherk neglect or refuse to take
their newi«pM|**r* from the office to which
they are directed, the law hold® them respoiv
gjhle u if til'they JTave settled the bills, and op*
delred them di«eontiiiued.
4. If sulwwriher® remove to other places 1
without informing the publisher, and the new»«
p:iper® i«re sent to the loritier direction, they
are Weld responsible.
5. The court® have decided that refusing _ to
take newspapers from the offiee, or removing'
and leaving them uneitlle.l toe, is prima lacis
evidence of intentional fraud.
6 The postumster win* neglect* to give tna
legal iivtife of the negiert of a |iernon t«» take
Irom the «iffiee the newspapers addressed t(f
him, is Halde to the publisher for the subscrip»
tion price.
Notice.
I HAVE fjO^AT D. AND W1*.L APPLY AT THÏ
nest meeting of the »s»rd of
- f„ r a tr im-hi-e to e »nwlrnct s T 11 Hoad,
end H* eo»l«ct toll on same. Pstd rosd to
mil m I fun np W»n*«h * Pork nlni'it t ir»W
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