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WBEKIjY Vf t* * VOL. 8. IDAHO t.ITY, Ï^JFTIAIJOLTST 17 1883. TV O. 43 (mi-Htoriün ïïarfdL Published Tuesday su cSs Fridays —HY— HEMAN and OHAS. E. JONES: heman jones, business manager. Office in Buck Biiilil.ng Adj( t^nv ink lui. loulgomery 8 reels TEEMS, : : : : : iINVAEIABLY IN ADVANCE Rat. e* of Subscription! Oue year .........$6 50 I Three Months.. .$1 75 Six Mouth«....... 3 50 I Single Copies..... By Carrier, $2 60 per quarter. Kales ol Adverlisinus One square teu lines oi less, oue insertion, $ 3 00 " •• " each subsequent insertion, 1 ou One-eighth of a coiuiun, per quarter....... 13 uo •• fouith " " " " 2u uo third " " " " " 26 00 •• half " " " •• ........ 30 0u One column, per q Harter ................ 50 00 Business cards, lo lines or less, three months, 7 00 DATES OF SUBS RIPTiOH TO WEEKLY WORLD One year in Territory.............................$4 00 Six months ■■ ............................ 2 00 One yeai sent out Territory.................. 3 25 The Four Hills. From it wuli-kiiowu resident ul Mo hawk Valiev the following facts in connection with tiie Four il ills mine have been obtained. The slaleiuenls can be surely depended upon. Un Tuesday ot lust week John Sutton, John Neville, J. (J Nie.ein and John A. Finpps, llie latter of Plumas Eure ka mine, all went over to Four Uni» Aboui the time of their arrival the aprons were cleaned off and the Su pemileiidenl, George Reynolds, lor the satisfaction ol the visitors, request ed one ot them to leed the battery lor some time, and li eu inuik the result. Mr. IFnipps did as requested aud led during four and a halt hours. The aprons were again cleaned and $5,0(H) worth ot gold taken off. Every lew hours tiie battery must he stopped, not tor cleaning up, hut because lumps ol go d accumulate on the dies, so that crushing rock is prevented. A hand mortar is kept in constant use in which *fcl;cted pieces ol ore arepoui deo; t ,e amount obtained in this way during one month was $150,000. In the of fice ui the mine candle boxes are tilled and shipped away with ore that is too ïic I to e ther mill or work iu tiie mor tel- Repeated y a retort bas oeen filled with ore broken just Que enough te get into it, and the gold smelted out w.'tiiout any further preparation. The gentlemen named were shown in to the shaft Irom which the ore was taken, and assert positively that on all sides of this the rock appears full of go d. On one occasion three holes charged with giaut powder were ex ploded with but little apparent result, the amount of gold in the rock being *o great as to prevent it from blasting out. Chisels and hammers were used, as in the copper mines of Lake Supe rior, to separate masses of rock held together by gold. The ledge in which thin deposit ia found is twenty-five foot wide; the poorest of it is rich milling ore Geo. Reynolds, the Sup erintendent, owns one fourth ol the m '»o; ht was formerly a banker in Marysville; the other three-fourths are wiied by parlies in San Francisco. The mine is thirty-six miles south ast fiom Johntown, on the Downte Vl 'le tra 'l; from Quincy it is thirty-six •odes distant in a southeasterly direc lon - lids immensely rich deposit, nd the one found last year by Messrs, doiau and Malrnluiid at Eagle Gulch, love that the richest of the mineral olt -tie now beginning to be discover I • At the latter mine the tunnel be n " 111,1 to ,a P <he ledge will soon be II )m pie ted ; when tins is done result Sl,l,u produced equal to what non seen ît j the p 1(Ur jjjjjjj (pim, — Renville Bulletin. AS AHDKKSH TO lOVSU LADIEN. A Practical Sermon by an Kminent Physician. Ladies—caged birds of beautiful plumage, but sickly looks; pale pets of tie parlor, who vegetate in unhealthy atmosphere, like the potato germinat ing in a dark cellar—why do you not go into the open air and warm sun shine, and add lustre to your eyes, b until to your cheeks,elast city to your s eps, and vigor to your frames? Take exerc se; run up the hill on a wager, and down again for fun; roam the fi Ids, climb the femes, leap the ditch es, wade the brooks, and, after a day ot exh.laratiug exercise and unrestra ti ed liberty, go home with an appetite acquired by healthy enjoyment. The hi autiful and blooming young lady— rosy cheeked and bright-eyed—who can Jaru a stocking, mend her own frock, command a regiment of pot ato! kettles, and lie a lady when re qu red, is a girl that young tuen are in quest of for a wife. But you pining, screwed-op, wasp waisted, doR-dress ed, consumption mortgaged, nmsic murderiiig, novel-devouring daughters ■ J fashion and idleness, you are m> more fit for matrimony than a pullet is lo look after a brood of 14 chickens. I he truth is, rny dear girls, you want less fashionable restraint and more liberty of action; no re kitchen and less parlor; more leg exercise and less 8 >fa; more frankness and less mock modesty Loosen your waist strings and breathe pure atmosphere, and be come something as good and beautiful as nature designed. many Fish. The result of a fisuing party fr« m Helena, which left here last Tuesday, is the biggest count ever made iu Mm - tana by three fishers in the space f twound a half days. Messrs. Wm. F. Raleigh, YV. McRoberts and \\ r illie Yea tes, with a di iver, left Helena, well equipped for the journey, which they made to Rock Creek by way of White's gulch and over the divide to the north. They were conducted to Rock Creek by Harvey Manes, through tortuous canyons and defiles by a ctoss cut, to probably the best fishing ground iu the world, near to the Three Meadows. The catch amounted to over TOO trout, ranging from two and a half pounds down to three-fourths of a pound. They were caught with hook and line, baited with fresh meat, hoppers, and an occasional gadfly.—[Helena Herald. "I make it a rule to tell my wife everything that happens. In this way we avoid any misunderstanding," said a wiseacre to a friend. Not to be out done in generosity the old friend re plied: "Well, sir, you are not so open and frank as I am, for I tell my wife a great many things that never happen." Lucy. No, dear, the "Short Hour League" is not composed of mustache just-like-silk, left-coat-sleeve-worn shiny-on-the-inside young men. They will continue to take sixty solid min utes out of every hour from 7 uutii 10 p m , and don't you forget it. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Wm. IT. Or tonl, deceased. Iu Probate Court, Boise county, Idaho. N OTICE is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said de ceased, to exhibit the same, with the nec essary vouchers, wituin tour months from the first publication of this notice to the undersigned, at Ids nffie. in Idaho City, Boise county. I. T. 8. C. SI I.SB Y, Administr; tor. August 3, 1883.—4, gotirtis, , Idaho Eneam- ment No 5,1, c. R.C. bold* it« remit*, meeting, in Temperanc Hall, on Ssturdi v eve Ing«, All <:iiaiui>ioii8 in good «landing are in vited lo attend. By order of the E. C 0. E JllNKKS, W. 8. . Jan. 2-77—tf. B oise lodge, no. •, i. o- g t.. holds its regular me« ings at Temper- , jf| ai.ee Hull on Tuesday even ug of each week, Tffifi at 7 o'clock A1 membei - in good standing ?E are invited t«/ attend. By i -del of t e W. O. T. Ltil.u V b'lLLM. Secrete y. [Dec 13,'78-tf. Sfc IXCEL 10R LPDC E NO 4,1. 0 0- E., ■-3E3' holds i s regular meetings in Odd Fel lows' Hull in Ceneiaille, on the lirst and third Sat urday evenings if each momli All rotliers In uoed s'auding are invited to uttend. B> order of the N. G. Dan Jonf.s, it. S. March 11, '8l-t1 WM. J. EM niWELL. M. D., Ï flHYSIClAN, SUR* EON. &C.« graduate ol Jeffer son Medical Col .ige, Philadelphia. Office on Jpper end ol Granite street, Placerviile. Boise Co T. [dec— 4. Lï. ZIPF. M. D., JHWSKHN AND SURGEON. OFFICE one door below Kennal.v's Brick, Main sireet. F. PC. PmsiSTn, TT0RNEY AT LAW BOISE » City, Idaho. | March 18.79-tf. C. S. KINGSLEY, A ttorney and i o inselor at law. win att .ml to Liurlnes* i Uoiae county. Auk. 21. 77-it 1 Fraxi Is. Miller, -1AW7RR, Office first door below Centennial Hall, MAIN STREET, IDAHO CITY, BOISE COUNTY, IDAHO. CSÏ ^akiH g POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder nevar varies A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot b# sold in com petition with th« multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powder. Sold only in cans. Royal Bakiho Powder Co.. 106 Watt St., N. Y. July 31, 1883-ly. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. rpHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO JL fore existing between the undersigned blacksmiths, is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. All those indebted to tiie firm will settle with John Cowan, who continues in the business at the "Old Standby," and who will settle all debts of the firm of Cowan it Davis. JOHN COWAN, JAS. DAVIS. Idaho City, August 3, 1883. BRICK! BRICK!! A A AAA bhick for sale UV^UUv inquire at this office. Dp.. J. C. Leonard will be in the Basin again in August, due notice of which will be given. * FOR SALE, i) HOUSES IN PLACERVILLE FOR £ sale or rent. One brick house and lot in Idaho city, next door to Tincher's sa loon for sale. Inquire of Andy Carran, Boise City, 1. T. June 3, 1833—tf. S. C. SILSBY. SUCCESSOR TU JAS. A. P1SNET * CO.) Books, ß taiiottirjj und §totten*. POST OFFICE BUILDING............. IDAHO CITY, DUALEH IN BOOKS & STATIONERY WALL PAPER ... AND.... GENERAL NEWS DEALER. TOBACCO AND CIGARS, ALBUMS, ALBUMS!! —AND— AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS. All of which will be « sfsold chv.ap ron case-& Any book, in my line, not found in my stoc' will, on order, be procured iu ihe shortest posHibl, time at eastern prices-my facilities tor so dolin' b« lug ample and expedition* IJune lg, 73-tf Subscribe tor the WEEKLY WORLD. Price, $4 to subscribers iu the Territor\ aud $3.25 when sent out of the Territory. -Particular attention paid to Territorial News. If you want a live and cheap paper sul scribe immediately. BATHS AND BOARDINO. WARM SPRINGS ■BATH «j FRANK COOPER, PROPRIETOR H aving taken charge of this popula place of public resort, I have thoroughly ret - >vated the establishment and am prepared to it. jeive PERMANENT BOARDERS OB TRANSIENT GUESTS HOT AND COLB BATHS re''7y at all times, and everything about the hou se kept clean and neat. The LADIES' DEPARTMENT will be control ed 1 y Mas. COOPER, And everything will oe done to contribute totl e xDiufort of guests. PATENTS. F. A. LEHMANN, Solicitor of Ameri can aud Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All business connected with Patents, whether before the Patent Office or the Courts, promptly attended to. No charge made unless a patent is secured. Send for circular. May 8tf. A week made at home by the industri oil». Beat business now before the public. Capital not needed. We will start you Men Women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to work for us. N«»w is the time You can work in spare time, or give your whole time to the business No other business will pay you nearly as well. No one can fail to make enormous pay, by engaging at once. Costly outfit and terms free. Money made fast, easily and bouorably Address Taux A Co. Augusta, Maine. March 27—ly. T 1 ITTII A. A. THOM At*. St. Cloud bull 11 fl 11 II' ding, Washington, I) C. Practices UlAAl XJ . before the United States General Land Office. Contested cases, private land claims, min ing, pre-emption aud homestead c«**es prosecuted before the Department of the Interior and Supreme urt; and all classes of claims before the Execu tive Departments. 8pecial attention given to town site cases. Laud warrants, homestead floats, and all kinds of land scrip bought and sold. gj* I I p Ç5 cow suffering from \J Kb I XL lvk JJwounds or diae&se ot any kind caused by military service are entitled to Pension Widows, miuor children, dependent mothers or fathers ct soldi *rs who died from the effects tïf tbeir service are also entitled. Many in valid pensioners a*e entitled to an Increase Careful assistan e given in delayed ,v r rejected • laims. as many can be alio *:ed with bu liitle more evidence. Complete instructions with refer ences sent on application. Cbas. & G.?o. A King. Attorneys at I.aw, % Q F Ht,. Wa»hiugP»n, D- C, DR. LIEBIG INqienMr}', Car. Ctearv and H anon tits. Man Francisco. Cal. TITHE COLLEGE IN8TI X tute for tiie cure of ail n Special, Compijcated and iq so-callfcl Inodrabi r Digea CC SfS - 3Cr, Xietig'c Cicr O mi liv:|cii\ci is p'-» hl h i. I A1 AT'JllD to cure 0) Jmirf nd 11 >j-it-el De UJ LilitJ. IlM NAL ^EAI.l«EE8 > J « i ' Î v ) 1 « t 1 (HIM '(lim, I CRR C.f 1KEKGY, Ringing and Dizziness i.i 'lie Head, Melanchollv, Hopeless feelings, Pros, tatorrhea, and all the re sults of youthful imprudence ___ ml (mgksoI niHiure^ear» q 1 l.e D« cl or, a regular Col q lii « ] 1 jt-ienn In u. Europe _ will ague to Illicit OHO iltcBSîtd rcllsrs fora ^ case the Inviguii-vor will not cure under special treat ment and advice. The reason so many can not get cured of weakness and the above diseases is owing to a com plication, called Prostatorriiea, whieli requires peculiar treatment. Br. Liebig's Invigorator Wo. H is the only positive cure for Prostatorriiea. Price of either Invigorator, $2 per bottle; six for 110. Sent to any address on re ceipt of price, or C O. D. Responsible persons can pay when c red. Strictest S crecy maintained. Patients cured at home. Dr Liebig Dispensary has an El egant Drug Store in its building. Too frequent evacuations of the Bladder and Ropy Sediment in urine are symp toms of Secondary Seminal Weakness and Prostatorriiea. Complaints readily yield to the Dr. Liebig Treatment. Ordinary Cases— Any recent case of special or private disease cured for $10. Remedies sufficient to cure will be prompt ly sent, with full directions and advice, on receiptor $10. All packages are securely covered from observation. Invigorator Maniples Free. To prove the wonderful power of the Great German Invigorator a $2 bottle of either number will be sent free of charge. Persons ordering a free bottle will only have to pay expressage on deliv ery. Host Powerful Fleetrir Belts Free to Patients. Consultation, F.xamination and advice free and private Call or write. 1>K. 1.1 KBit. & Co.. 400 Rear Kt., Private Entrance, 405, Mason St., S. y. Cal. April 6, 1883.—tf. BE YE Conver-. sational 1 COMFORTED. Flaps. Ye that are seeking comfort, and whose souls have become weary of the rays of * Saul," goto the MINER'S EXCHANGE, where y r ou will find the best of OIGAH.S, Milwaukee J3eer» and the purest of sparkling Conversational Fluids, and the new brand. ju»t from Kit Bullard's fire proof still, of Selly-Stretcher Anti -Grip us Wmslty. dealt out by Peter McClain and WM. TINCHER, Proprietor. M. F. WALDRON. A. G. CHURCH. WALDRON & CHURCH, (Successors to Marion F. Waldron.) Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN General Merchandise AND Miners' OitSts, We have a large stock of staple goods which we will sell for cash or on approved credit, cheaper than any other house in Boise Basin. Centerville, Idaho, Dec. 3. 1882. A number of good nxmen wanted to chop wood at $2 per curd, at Banner Apply to C. L. White. Banner Mnv l >2d.