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jmif OL. 10. IDAHO OITlT^tJKSDAY, AUGUST 18,1885. NO 44 It is said iui-Weekly World. Published uosday m ds Fridays —BY— MAN and OHAS. E. JONES HEMAN JONES. BUSINESS MANAGER. kick Cor. Main and CommkrcialSts. (Hrick Building) nute* of Suburlpllom year .........#6 50 I Three Vcnths.. .$ 1 75 Month? ......3 5" I Single Copies ..... 1« By Carrier, 12 00 per quarter. Unten ol AdvertiHine: square ten lines ol less, one Insertion, t 3 00 ' .. << each subsequent insertion, 1 ttO eighth of a column, per quarter....... 13 00 iounh » •• ;; " ....... JÏ! Mrd «« * ' " ' ...... 2 b OQ h aif •< .............. 30 00 cch,tun, per quarter,... ........• 5, i JJJ ness cards. 10 lines or less, three months, . 00 ES SF SUBSCRIPTION TO WEEKLY WORLD m territory............ ........*4 00 months .. ........................... 2 it-ai « out tue Territory................... 5 - 0 e Persons Swept Over the Cas Ci.de». Portland Neun, luth. 'he messenger for the United rriage and Baggage Company, arrived yesterday, reports a j'htful accident at the cascades ol Columbia at 2 o'clock Saturday prnoon. A party of five souls con ing of M. Hanson, a carpenter, Schneider, a saloon keeper, and his wife and baby, and John Sli , another saloon keeper, attempted ross the rivira short distance above Cascades. The object was io sail lithe ninth to tue south side of the umbia river m older to catch the train the Oregon Railway and Navigation iparty's road, which was bound for the lies, where they intended to visit Rob uu's circus In the evening. Full of ami luu and happy in tiie anticipa nt passing a pleasant night at lliecir , the paity embarked, hoisted their I and was soon in the middle of the >r, when the wind suddenly gave out, not realizing the uv ful danger that down the stream, only »short d.s ee, allowed the boat to drift towards rapids. It was not till their frail craft to move with great swiftness, ow to the narrowing of the banks, that y realized their extreme peril. When y satv that death was staring them in face the only pair of oars in the boat e put into active use, and these might e saved them, but unfortunately an oar k broke and the boat shot like an ar iuto the surging waters. For awhile ept an even keel, while the terrified ties shrieked in terror and pray ed loud er preservation. Then the boat shot eath the raging rapids and live lives appealed and were lost in the twiuk S of an eye. Where a few moments ore there was a boatload of happy peo nothing was to be seen but the angry ids with the white mists rising above 111 1 as though the souls of the dead were ending heavenward, lie government lifeboat was manned tried to save the unfortunate people, their efforts were abortive. The boat picked up iu a badly damaged condi tour miles below the Cascades, but trace was found of the bodies of the Jwned. Quite a number of persons e been swept over these falls in times 0 by, but their remains have never been mi. I lie Montezuma Hotel, at the Las gas Hot Springs, New Mexico, ght fire in the kitchen and was rned nearly to the ground in an r- 1 he loss will exceed $200,000. ht Eastern guests perished in the tes. Georgia man was so much afraid his daughter's soul would be lost 0, agh the corroding sin of dancing t >e cut the cords in her feet so that couldn't learn the waltz step. Jt ntimated that if this dosen't save e will have her feet amputated. It is said peanuts were never so* cheap in the South as they are now— the price per pound beintf from three and three-fourth cents to five cents. Last year prices were high, and the result was heavily increased acreage and an overflowing crop. The Sentinel says up to the pres ent time the total amount of the as sessments levied by the Eureka Con. Company is $350,000. The total amount disbursed in dividends ag gregates nearly $5,000,000. Mr. Bessemer's steel process pat ents have yielded him $600,000 a year for twenty-one years. $ocifty stiffs, Banner Lodve No. lO. A. O. U. W. Idaho City. We hold our regular meeting on Tues day evening of each week, at the I. O. O. F Hali. All brothers are invited to meet with us when convenient. By order of the M. W. Chas. Marcus, Recorder. Idaho Eneatn ment No 5, I. C. R C. t holds it?* reculai meeting* in Temperance Hall tbe first and third Saturdi v even ings in euch month. All Champions !»• good standing are invited to attend. drder nf the E. C. C. E.Jones, it. 8. Jan '2-'7 t —tf. cm - EXCEL 10RI.0Dt.EN0 4,1. 0- 0. F-, *' liulds is reqular meetings io Odd Fel lows' Hull in ten 1 e raille, o.i Hie first aud third Sat urday evening* it' each monh All rothers lu good b ending an- Invited to attend. B. order of the N. G. C. C. Haviud. It. S. March 11, 81-tf. C. S. KINGSLEY, A ttorney and counselor at law. win attend to business i ■ Boise county Aug. 21. '77-tf 1 w. J. Rothwell M. D B >HY8ICIAN. SURGEON. A-C.. graduate of Jeff'cr I son Medical Col ege, Philadelphia. Offlce on jj I er end oi Granite street, Placerville Boise Co I. T. [dec—4. H. ZIl 'F. M. D., P HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE oue door above M s. Marcus' store, aud opposite the Would office. Main street. JAS. H. HAWLEY, NORMAN M. RÜICK. Hawley & Ruick, ATTORNEYS - A.T-L AW HAILEY. IDAHO. Will practice in all the Courts of the Ter ritory. :April 21), 1884—tf. Herbert W. Dunton Atto ney and Counsellor at Law. District Attorney for Boise Co. Legitl business not interfering with Boise County promptly attended io. Collections a specialty. Office in the Court House. Idaho Citv. Idaho. J. A. Hichardson, D. S. Mineral Snrveyor. ' ' 7 ' » v<7 il ORK A SPECIAL TY. Adress, Boise City, Idaho. for working people. Fend 10 cents postage, and wo will mail you free a royal, valuable sample box of goods that will put you in the way ef msk lng tuoro uiouvy in a few days than you ever thought possible in any business. Capital not required. You can live it h me and work iu sparn time only, or all tha tims. All of both sexes, of all ages, grandly successful 50 cents to $5 easily earned every rveulng. That all who want work may test the busiiies», we make this „„paralleled ojfei : to all who are not well satisfied we will send $1 to pay for the troubla of writing us. Full particular, directions, etc sent free. Im m,-use pav alisulut ly *urs for all who start at ones. Don't delay, Adiresv BTINSON 4 Co , Portland Maine, SHOP. A. P. Jones has rented Cav 's blacksmith shop, at the corner of Main and Com mercial streets, and is prepared to do all kinds of blaeksmith ing on short notice. Horse-Shoeing Small shoes per span.............$5.00 Large " •* " ...............$0.00 work warranted to give satis faction or money refunded. A. P. JONES. Idaho City, July 14 1S85 tf. ED RAL OF ICIM DIRECTORY. OF £ da Iso Territory. Governor............................. Se '-'" ..................................E. J. Curtis Attorney-General ........................... D. B. P. Pride ■nitve. T-creneral ..............arm P Coandler Chie j-tice. 3 Dis; ...............John T. Morgan Asso i Mes. 1st Dist.,......................Norman Buck 2d " ................Case Broderick Ctrlh supreme Court........... a. L. Richards >n U. s i-istr ct Attorney............. ...Jas. H. Hawley. U. s. Marshall.................... F. T. Dubo se Sup't U. S. Assay office .............Bradden. Re stcr L.nd Office,............... Haren Petty. Receiver....................... H. C. Branstetteir. TERRITORIAL DIRECT. 'tY: Dajecate to Ccngress,................John Haile . Coil Holler,................................s. w. Moody Treasurer................................Jos, Perrault. BOISE COUNTY DIRECTORY: Sheriff.............................John Gorman. Ireasurer..............................Johu Garrecht. Auditor and Recorder..............Tim Carroll. District -Homey.............Herbert W. Dunton Fro bate Judge........................Thos 8. Hart Aseessr and Tax Col.ector......... Beu. T. Davis. School Superintendent........... Wm J. Rothwell. Ci unty Commissioners, O. A Duquette. G. F. S oue and . A. Clark sou. OLD TYPE! OLD TYPE! -Foa ih W e have on hand at thi-- Office a jarge quantity of Old Type for sale. It is good in all cases where Babbit metal is used, and iu s me cases better. Treasurer's Notice. The following warrants wil. be paid out of the County General Fund on presen tation at my office : No. 7 in favor of John Gorman $245 00 " 23 " • W J. Rothwell 75 00 " 10 " A. Orchard 429 20 " 4 " " W. A. Coughanour 128 00 " 50 *• " C. S Kingsley 155 50 " 888 " " P. Connaughton 7 20 " 82 " " J. J. Marsk 18 15 " 10 " " C. C. Havird 8 00 Also the following Hospital warrants: No. 347 in favor of A. orchard $2ts 70 " 350 " " F. Cooper 175 00 " 110 " 1 A. Orchard 94 37 Also the following Road Warrants: No. 188 iu favor of Chas. Magee $100 00 " 178 " " " Marsh & Ireton 77 50 " 355 " " " Geo. Tucker 220 00 " 300 " " " Lick Bros. 100 00 .JOHN GARRECHT, Co. Treas. By Isidor Smith, Deputy. Idaho City, l. T., Ang. 7, 1885. ■ ÊÊ ^MClaims a specially. War R n RH R Rf 'ans. ami ADDITION LHIllll HOMESTEAD Cr.Ui lFiCA rr-S and all kinds of LAND SCRIP tiought and sold. SUSPENSION ENTRIES, LAND PATENT and PEN SION cases attended to. Correspondence solicited. A. A.ThomaM, Attorney at Law. Room 25 St. «Tonil Bid'g. Washington. D. C. DOWNS' TdÄT COBSET [IMPROVED] Is the only perfect fitting, truly comforUble snfl hciilth-prescrviug Corset made. Has an Elastic Section above and below a Corded Centerpiece. En tirely ditlcrcut from auy other. Every Corset ia Stamped and alwolutely Guaranteed in every par ticular. Be sure to get the Downs'Patent Man ufactured only by the Gage-Downs Corset Co. Cbi ca»<>, and for sale by first-class dry-goods stores everywhere Price St 60. July 3, 1885—12m, NEW GOODS. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED From San Francisco and the East, a full line of DRY-GOODS, Fancy Goods, Ladies 5 Underwear, TToilet Goods, Rushings, Embroideries, Etc A full line of BDeiioEliam & Hecht's Boots and SHOES, For men women and children. ARCTIC OVERSHOES, Overalls of all kinds; Hats, and a ful line of Holiday Goods. MKS. C MARCUS October 11. 1881. JNO. M. LAMB& Co. —MANUFACTURERS OF— Martile TdMoiies, Moments, MANTLES, HEARTHS, CLOCK SHELVES, TAB-E TOPS AND —Agents for— Iron and wire Fences CSpFactory opposite Central Hotel, Boise City, Idaho. JT ames Dymolte Superintendent and manager. October 16, 1883.—ly. The Buyers' Guide is issued March and Sept., each year; 224 pages, 8-ixll.} inches, with over 3,300illustrations— a whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale prices direct to consumer * on all goods for personal or family use. Tells how to order, and gives exact R cost of ev erything you Mi use, drink, eat, wear, or havo fun with. These invaluablo hooks contain information gleaned from the markets of tlio world. 5Ve will mail a copy Free to any address upon receipt of the postage—8 cents. Let us hear from you. - • Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. a»? 4k WabMffi Avenue. CUcaso. IU. Remingtcn Standard I YPE-W RITER, (Block Type.) Jnsurpassed for speed, dr .ability and ease of mac ipu.. xv child can operate it. Found generally in counting rooms, doctor's and lawyers' offices and the minister's study. Send for new pamphlet giving full de scription of latest and very important im provements. WYKoFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT, Madison Street, near Waha-h Ave. Chicago, Ills. July 21, 1885—6m WATCH AND CLOCK REPAÏRiNG. A BALLOT IS NOW PREPARED * at Kimtnel's old stand, iu Captain Hatch's furniture store, to do all kinds of Watch and Clock repairing at reas ouable rates and on short notice. All work from Boise county promptly attend ed to. Bouse Oiyt, Mardi 24, 1885. IN PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. Send it* 5 cants postage, and by mail vuu I v wv will get FREE a package of goods ot large vklue. that wifi start yon lu work that will at once bring you iu more money faster than anything el»e in America. All about the $200.000in presents with each box. Ageute wanted every where or either sex. of all ages, for all the time, or spare time only to work for ua rt their own homes. Fortnnes for ail workers absolutely assured. Don't delay. U. IIallett 4 Co., Portland, Mtuue. QkWefc 1 WW«l WWULSMLY. LÜ2 KEARNY ST SFCal. Established for the Scientific and Speeuy Cure of Chronic, Nervous & Special Dis THE EXPERT SPECIALIST. D R. ALLEN, AS IM WELL KNOWN. IS A REGU lar grxlnated Physii fan. eoneattd at Bowdoin College and Univer-lty or Michigan. He baa devot ed a lifetime to the atndy of the treatment aud cur* ot diseases abhin his specialty. Young Men An-l MIDDLE-tGED ME , who are suffering from the effects of Youthful Indiscretions or Exi-esses in matnrer yea s. 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