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Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave.
Ta. «lay Miming. I>w. It, IWC.S 38asiurss 3irfrtory. ooaa «errat» axai it*ï.âlv as «i ascxetain vow iki I!« auttfscft*. UMOIT, Jo«* If —CarpcMer, Washing ILft^>K. JA& N —General Merchandise, Cuitei tinuiiu» Store, Washington si BtTCHfcR k LENOIR cmnl Merchan Rise. Jordan Si rvti BRUIS A EDWARDS— Bdiourd Satoun, lin ft, Lmtvifto. * KiAKK k CO. —Amym. Granite Block, WaMNifiuu si BKACRjfr HI Lie- Railroad Flag« line F A Tom Agent, («Bee «>n Jordan «4. BORMAN, EDWARD— Boon« ant Washington near Fourth *t. HKiFIhW, W D.—lirowri«*, Liquors, •'table*, «a»-., Washington st BRt'N'ZKLL, FUKEMifBcn) Mpn hainlihP, Washington Mi. BRIGHAM v WKKKH-Stovm and Tin wan*. Jordan H BKADIJCY, A. V.—Rook*, Stationery and Fancy (roods P. O., Washington rt. « »LR, THUS Jk .v CO—Hankers. Granit»* Block, Washington m ( RASE, C. W —Fruit k Vegetable*. Wa»li I ««toil Ht. ( LAYTON A FoUaMCP—L iquor IMutk S ample Room, I/otd, lentville. BREW. GEORGE—Livery Staid**. Owyhee City. Flint District 1*1 KEN k ALLEN—liquor IVaion, Sample Komm, Washington -4. DYE. J F-G* • <»ll Ht. ENSIGN, F. K. -AH**rn*> ai Lau. Wash »»upon m. EWING THOS fcix» —Gênerai M«r»handi«<\ Gräfin* HI*« k HixluDirUin a, FITZHCGH. THOR It -Ijquor l ha hr, Vdnbimrtm! an*l First nu. G VKDVEK. J AS. II — Gon« nü Mcrcliaiiili«*, Granite flhwk. Washington Ht. »OFFER k MILLKR-Mmt Market. Wash in^ton m HERMAN * 0<)_General MenhamliH**. Wa*«hiNKton nt Silver Oily and in Flint HUKLATkOO (i* ti**.ral Mereiumdise. e**i Jordan k S**c*.»r »1 m* K it A FT. FRA N K -Sn»v*^ and Tinw . • Wiu»hifi«lon nt. KoHLHEYER, PHII IP ~Waehin k M*m M<*r k**l. J*»niHfi -t LESLIE, Il E .-Pilot • .adaptier, HV.m; ton hi. LOIIENSTFIN, E. «Red*- -G *»i* nal M«*n hati dim. VwhlDpAB M. VkDONALD k on.— .lawyer», Ionian w MAYS, WM.—Ririiqî SUIT Hotel. Hininy - n H. L-ntrillc. MARTIN »V JOHNSON—Attorney* »I Livv, Mortifnk Star nt PEA KLM AN. L M.—nothin* ef.*.. Wnnh itibdftti Ht. PAMîK k CORWIN—Cli|*per KflM»arMrt, Washington hi. Mi AC KKNBI SH a FSH KR— Pacific Hot*4, Mam at, Icntviile III'PERT. J. A.—Apotlu**'afy'a Hall, Granit« Block. Washington Ht ï ROBBINS, C. P.- Jew« *lry. eu* , Grain!** Mock, Wadnotfion at soM MERC AMP, W. F.—Saloon and Brew «y, W,Mhinç> i 'ii *t. SPRINGER A C,~ Uvery Stahle. Jordan TAYMIR. W B.—l/atging Hoi itiglon and S«'cond Mi \ AN SI.YKE, J. S. A HR«» —General M**r ehamDae, Granite Hlnrk, Wa.-fhlnjton >*t WRITE, DR 1 — Drugn, Jordan si. WEBB A MY KICK—Banker». Jordan St. Z APP A PICK ET —Golden Ciuir»»»« Saloon, corner Jontati and Seivmd Mk eral .M«T* hrtL<iiw', Wn»Mhi( ' ' e. cor Wash Flint Htm». HUrkN Mill is running *«n Rising! si«i ore. belong)ng to the Iowa Fompuiy The mill has tw*en ch«u»j«i**i to a dry « rusher and Is reported to ik> go*si w ork rite Kising Star Co have 1 ledr ditch, to omvry water Dom above l>n*w "n to their mill, o»mpleie«|and will have a sufficiency of water for nil practical pur|i«ij«'S. %Ve mention with n-gr«*t ll»csevere il!n«*ss **1 Mr Hordweii, s»»p»*nntendeni ot Con struction of the Rising Star Mil! He »a at (ended by Drs. Burgi äihI W>IAM»r, both of whom cut« 1 rialu h«>|*»s «4 a .- ptstly nn-oven >Ira«r». Warn her «V Walsh are the John about eotnmeiicing ojK-ral i*»l»> lw««b Astor la^ige. They inn-nd to give the mine a thorough prtspvtiag The Asior U •me of our due«* kdgva, having > »elded a year ago !*m by w«u «'rushing pw Mr. Boy le'* Nchooi, which wa to have commenced more «m th** lWh, did n«»t ix'giu until ycmwlf ). M«»nday, 14»!* «I-H iine> con bs lndHat**d by The New York Triima troversy wit!» Gen. But let*, its silence over a reuen» tn*iM*heni lett«*r a«i .IresHwl by th«» General to tliat pap«*r He no notice in the Legisla tun* of any movement looking to a r . . reapjiortionment of mrmfoeri» of l"<* Snob a measure is ol two houses. mut b interest to all the Counties ex . n • , ... . ropt Borne, and especially ho to < ßwy Boi-e has, perbajys, three times «s many representative* a* -lie would be entitled tu under an apportion-1 ment based on h r present popula lion, white Owyhee would probably be entitled to double her present number. Ada next to Owyhee bas reason to complain, and ha* already discovered in an unw illingness ou the part of Boise member* to dwsîjr ■ a 'li*po**i m»te Boi«. City as the site ol a IVui tl•nlial■y soon to be built, »ion on th>* p-irt of that County to hohl the balance ot power an<l per-! haps U> refuse a re-apportionment, This we infer from a letter received in ths place from an A ! a member, in which such fears are intimated. Ilona's Fast ICrright I.lnr from here to Winnemuivni vm Thus* Forks, Flint, "*C.. has ha.ile.1 off 6a tbe preaent on »c count of duaocial eubwranmenta Several attachments were lev ted affiinst the property or the eon.-Til on Friday and Sat unlay last by Rrinkerhoff a Rogers, Bennett, Vinra>nt, Min;»r, and perhaps others. It tv iitslor sitssi that tbe immediate cause of the paaic was the turning over to Middleton A Hendrix of Willow Point a portion or the stock to m rur«- a debt irirum*»} in thepun'h&H(* *>1^'grain. A. I* Miaear « luims a |H»nl«>u *»f th<* M«Kk, have to b*; Hitllod l»y 14 trial of Hu* ri^hin of l»r*>|H*ity. tefkd on lien* by Dow Vioeent, which will Mr H»»ag wuh in town >e**t«*rdny, hut wo did not uncertain whether then* wuh a pm«|ic<*t of Htartiiii; again this Winter or not. probably not, a* the \\ jni* r is ho far ad . .. .* vaiMied that we may expect never* weather al any time. A revival of the line will hartl lv ts' attempted until Spring. \\ »• are indebted tu i,. T. Alpy, lur copies oft iuvertturV Message and ' ITison Conmiissioners report. The ' report of the Commissioner, K, Sterling, shown a cost to tile lory for maintaining a temporary prison in itoise Comity for lxii", of SI I, VI» ti.'», and for the II month IVrri N T *)ompl'*v Inst pus* ot ^Ib.îhil (ÎN. rin*ni !ia> b»*cn bnind In tli.it lo. wlify w IhTpby th«* prisoners citn by iln*ir labor iKtluc« th** «*Np(»n«t*M. ft îs r« k o omiiHHidad th.it 1 1»«* m»w prison In* built, at place selected iv. th l'i'Vr cue«, to miking it pr..!t ibl,- to work the eonvicL*. Kmlt for tlu* Wim«*!'. \Vc ob.crvcd it 12-horwe team, with three wagim., discharging an im incnsi* load of California Apples, at the tire proof cellar of Webb Jr My 1 L-k yesterday. I he boxes bore the mark ol Marysville. Wo like to see such things coming in to town. Au di her large invoice Iront Oregon is on the way fort'. W. Crane. li Unit of burinons in ifi't-illg out j I our first and second numbers, const? q tient u pou starting bt*(«>r«* we were ready, btis prevt*nU*d us fnun visi ting: the mines on tbe mountain ibtis far. We intend, howev«*r, to give | that depaitment «'special attention when we get tairlv under way. ii y reference to mir advertising ! it will bo ; «'on that several nrwradvertisements ; columns ami directory, have rnadc their appearance, prom* \ Input among which are those of J. S. : Vamdvki* A Iiro. t J. M. Blossom, Zapp »I Picket, II. K. Leslie. Butcher *Y Lenoir ami Geo. Drew. J« IT, D« via ha.< N*t*n addressing hi« ad rairers in Lindon on tho ini|»orUinco of ex ploring the ruins of Jerusalem. He would find more profitable oecnpathm in searching «hr Rml Sr. lor reliir of FlianwITs hart The Eg>|«tian nnman h was destroyed in en «teavoring to prevent the emancipation of a long enslaved |«eople. and Jefl'. ruined him self in a very similar at tempt. No one of the reconstructed State« ap l»ar* to be now in a fativr way to stable proa j t»' ri " »« ,1 »«rar Gian S.witli Camlina Gov ! .■Volt I« evidently at work for tile welfare 01 j the community and ha* suctvuded in win ding th«* contidcuce «»f all parties, and lh«*ir « •»operation in the good work of resh*r.Uiou. ; Humboldt Hoad.—A note f, OIn j \ Blossom, of Winnemucca, * ' , , , : inform* its that the Overland Stage Co., moved their coaches on the l'Hh from Argenta to the month of Mag ° , j gp- Creek. BüSMmtfer earn also com menced running to that point on ,j,,. sanM , ,| a , A [|, lra boldt correspondent of toe ! Enterprise writing from Winnenmccs j on tl „. Tlh> 8ay8 "should W. I\ & f ^ persist in publishing their j white Pine depot at die mouth of ! (>J wonU | ^ the point and tap tbe South Fork, the Idaho Central them there, hut that it would be a , . ,, . , Useless expense to both partie», as Maggie Creek can be reached from i both ways at ,)e expense, that before any once, and with but lit-. It appears probable . ncrious expense im , ineurr««), a coinprumi»«* will be made | a nd Maggie Creek will be the place, i The Superintendent of the Idaho Co. lias suspended Wot k until a confer . ■ ! is held to see where the main depot w ill be. Maggie appears to i b« tbe favorite, and if sh« is finally „,.li'c!ei| , w tiler depot for Idaho, V Us . . .... . 1 , , ' a _'' 1 ' n * ' K 11 , -*' v *** i* r,> l* | l ' r *y ,n "ther burgs along the Hum holdl, will not be particularly at tractive to capitalists, though Win w j|i ,,| wava ,li vide- |]u> : I " j t heavy, slow-freighting with any I j other road, on account ot the. low t r L.tt*** of full 8)nl g«»od nul Ural rOiuJ. ; ; j .So ill nks tii** éoiTOspondent, and »0 ! ! i<M»on vv»m!«l sfeui to say. llmt \Y. K. tY (*<». have established a The fact . . . , , stage »t.uioinit M.itfgie Lreek 1 iistea.l " j *^° ,J ih i* «H'li, would seem 0» indi- i • <h.d ^settlement had been made on that point. Karihquakc The Company, j fornnsl for mining on the Galena la-dge, in amity , 1 I South MoiuiUiin District, arc alMfUt to com eure work on their mine We observed a IKirty tilting out under the -ujHTintendency of Joint HUdfeth yesterda C. W. ('nine, cute the ' ai the store It in their intention to pros** ork slowly «luriint the M'iliter. •I : rush «he thing In the S|»riug should pr#»«i»e>'ts warrant. |/ Th« Ti«lal Wave, or First Extensi of the !«»nner, will not »mj developed until the ex tent of the Earthquake is fully ina *• known. v ttip-S I tight nays 0 oC the Rev. Granville Moody: ! " Hc '"'*> - <»■ ''«W-«'» •*»'•<• inberited the j te!ii|H*ni!m*m of an old-fashioned camp ; ing. aud got it mixed up 111 his blo»*l with rtrr.—'The Xei Torch ' modern torch light prw essitm. there must be wind, an»l thunder, and vol- Î Where he is cun it* eruptions, and earthquakes, and the ground torn up by the root«. ? ' TIiom* *de» r slayers," Hardin and WiI ltams. continue to supply the cutup with v« insult. Williams was iu town on Sunday with four large c»ra!H*o, killed near the Wal bridge sawmill on Bowlder. Game remains lat ail Winter on the white s;ige and bunch gras» of that region. >lra. Orendort will dispose of a largeur lot of Millinery and other goods at the Hall on Jordan Street, nearly opposite Brig ham k Weeks', ou Thurnday and Friday evenings, by lott**ry. A grand ball will wind up iho entertainment on Friday evening. ew Weal her Item*« an* always in order, ' and just now we are especially favored with Winter sunshine to a degrt*o quite unusual in this latitude. The absence of snow, rain. >f the annoy s usually al tendant upon December is particularly grat 'O'«« mud, The Ida Elmore Co.'e Mill hax had two clean ups since her overhauling. She has *•«* "»*«>»'* ** '«ferior on that hail to hr ; cleaned away from the dump. We have not asked for the figures hut h*am that the result , was much more satisfactory than the expected, vners ' In Nev.ida they havo electe*! State Senattfr than, under the Constitution, they are entitled to. The member from Lin coln County, that being the last district ere e mor , ! »««A «*» h»vo to take a back scat. j \ ( Dead.—<icn. Waddy Thompson, who I was a membt*r of Congress from South Car I oliua, in Calhoun s tim«», died in TallahaHsc. Florida, Nov. 23*1, at the age of 70 years. j ent , We axv* not toformed Wc rti8like M tlie i mi p a t , v ,, n f< , r r4> j^ irK ; Her notice of Hill & Millard and be pr«* i pared to settle up The Sinker Mill has stopped for the pres to the reason .f the Corrrjipoii tie nee. To II«. E B. Blxkk—o nr Sir W«, the OAdendgneU. cUizcus of Silver Qty, having aiineaaed with pkaaire the zeal you have manifested tu conducting aerersl benefits *•» r délits» and individuals in our town, do mo t iwwially n-mfer you a r**m|*fimcutary Is;Belli to take plot «.* ai .-uch time as vou may sug gest /„ ^ ty ;iIl! «wcr is requested. T. J. Butler. W.J. Hill, T. II. Bucket. Fuller Mesplie. H U Leslie. Ja-. H. Hays. H. W Millard. James Graham. Frank Lenoir John McGonigle, A. C. Springer, W. SL Siev J. A. St. Clair, J. I* Hall. W. H. Angel I, Ho-ca Karman. John A. P'**t, F. A. Todd, VV. y. .SotDinercamp* Silver City. December 14. 1*>£H To Mkähk*». JIcGuniglk, Butler. Spring other a —GtnUemtn : Your reply I thankfully accept your proposal fora benedt and will fix tbe tiuwï for tin» same on Salur> day night, the lftth inst, at Hill's Tfieater. kk, Hill favor ol this date in rt** eived. and i t. ti IIUKK. Silver Ciiy, Dec. 14, isfts Carried. At the rcsidi-ncc of the tiridegroorn. on the Hth inst., by the Rev. Krasmus Petter Sjiiwatl the Province of Skam Anu Finn, both of Silver City, 1. T. We hart lb* pleasure of pnrtici|«tinK in ihr festivité* or Hie irrasion. Wines from the mm)( , fron| tl|P f „, m u„, Gua«htl qnirjr ;inI , oandaletta, fuan Cordova, ftmn Hinken, from Bordeaux un>l from derez <le 1 Frontera, old wines and line wines, (towed ,'reety as the impulses of tbe générons host, Kj n(( William may rule the German Conrede r; v , ,„ mt msmnnrk rejoice in his |s,i»er „ver tlw- mind of the King, fh-n. Grant can enjov bis quiet eigar m.d Queen Victoria th ncollcction of a well spent life, lamie Xapo j Kiiian Coll, A. M., native of Veted, in veden. pi Miss Marv may exnlt in the priUc «»t a towering ambition, but Fete i.s bleKried, and will scull ith <»ne tin until »ueli time a* other« shall he added to balance and thnuigh the world ar-i to a grayed age. buoy him up and XK W AOYKKTIXEMESTS JAS. M. BLOSSOM ; ( Cranr's Granite Store.) Wrd aide Waaliingfon SILVER CITY, I. T. Dbalkh in Every Dbhcriptios ok Slrirl. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Which will lx* sold :ts cheap as any other r do «<*11. t stabbphment m thiaU'iiy ( a GrL-UOOIIUFlIE^ .Ileal, ChlTrr, Can Beant. IV a, K.i Lard, Pc«eile«. Sad 2 «. Dried Ipplra. HalrrainG Cream Tart*r, PI Prix new, ied Fruits. CandleL cheese, <-,-u. lcrrs. C« Kri'OM'i Lard Oil. Tobaero. Xaiis. Shot'cls, Stemp Hammers. Sledge do Hand do Hello itw. Flou»*, KirrT Hut Ur. Salt. Pepper. Ginger, Mustard . (Hnaamon. Cloves. Essener . Piekks. I\>uxier . Fuse. Stud. A nr its. Axes, Store Door Locks , Duelling do do. Hutts and Screws , Cut Tacks, d J*istoi Caps, Carpet do. Table Cutlery . locket do r Gt ( 'art ridges. Hope, (ROCKRHT *v GLASSWARE: Dl XX EU FLA TES. ... BREAKFAST do. SO CP do .... TEA do .... CUPS A X l) SA CCEKS.. PL A T TERS.. BAKERS. E W ERS and Basins _ Sugtir /fowl* ...Cream letchers. t'hambers ... IVater f*itchers.. .Bar Water do. Tumblers Table Castors _ Lamp Wicks ami Chim neys. etc. STEEL, BROOMS. «fcC*. BORAX. IKON, c L o r 111 g. 1 : T t : KIKE BEAVER SKITS, FINE CASSIMERE SKITS. FINE KN DER SHIRTS. FINE DRAWERS ; HEAVY OREG(»N OVER SHIRTS y I NDER SHIRTS. DRAWERS, BLANKETS &C . GLOVES, HALF HOSE. POCKET HDKERCH'FS WHITE SHIRTS. NECK TIES Yankee notions &*.. . Anu Thousands of «»th^r aRielos no« gu n turned tu Muh ad îtf IAS M B la »SSO M Laies# Iroin the •':u-r < <n»»-n! Union of tin* Ilf b : Tbe senste of tlw I'nit.-d States the Mb, teiamed the Uufotations ./ tbe Oregon Legislature, requesting Senators Williams and Corbett to resign for having voted for the construction laws, back to that both as "-L-andaions. im|« rtln-ni; and i > deeoroiis." fintier introduced a MU to rep.* ! fie- Tenure ot Office •», A biii iraii'lerr ug the Indian li.i r.a:i to the War Deji rtiueni. jia-se<i 'he House by ll'i hi I he steamer Wat'erw, that went ashore on the Tidal Wave at A;icj was sol-i for $6,000. on re i. \K W A l> YERTISEMKXTS. KRANBERHÎES KODFISH KORNMEAL AND KROCKERY. at J. HI FUTiOi - cemive ti.Kxtvni:« ku» Iff GLOVES ut J. HUELAT A CO s prr.VAM> PHK -SFIJ HORSE 1 > 111 > F. VAILS ai J IIFELAT « Co. 'S LIVERY STABLE IN FLINT. The Ancient MaiiMvi RRLF8 A HORSE HOTEL I Li ibe BiLsemcat of Ilerniab .v Cat Sum■. < M t lie** City. GE«>. DREW. Notice to Del in <4 f HNHK A* 0)1 NTS due HILL A MILLARD JL haxu* k*'U placed in the hadu.- of H. ii KNAFP, who is authorized to eolki t and r* ceipt for the same. W. J. lili.L. H. W MILLARD - Sliver City. Dec. 14. 1SG8. !■ K. VAX SLYKE. W. II. VAX SLYkK J. s; VAN SLYKE & BRO.. Wholesale anil Kc-tail Dealers in « K \ E It A I. MEHI r IA v . I»f-K Boot*». anti ( lot hing of Every IJeseripti»»:». LARGE ASSORTMENT of Shelf llaj*i . ware. CarpenterV Tool«, Ac. MILL FURNISHING GOODS. con5=i«tin^ **i lia*.- Pip«*«. A Ciiiiplius;«. K! !>o\i TV. (nit \VJ»i nt le«. si, Gau«.«, Ha!»1>i< Metal. Globe Yah fra. tie., *v«.. td lYino Sfea Whiikiefi. Rramlifs a of every I>eracx*ipti< Finest Quality. We vould call special attention to Felling ,«! this market Stock of Clothing, prices lower than oversold ii heretofore. *hich we a [2tf] J S. VAS SI.YKK k BRi R0I.I.A BUTCHER. PE ARK LENOtK BUTCHER & LENOIR, WHOLESALE AMU EXT AIL Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE Jordan Street. Silver City, I.T. ( Opposite Webb k My rick'3 Bank ) [2tlj mat zapp. DAVE PICKET ii Golden Chariot" Saloon O I. I» C O K N E R, JOKD.t A <fc "ECONO STKEKX ' Zapp ä Picket. Proprietors. F INE ACCOMMODATIONS for those Who want to spend an evening in a comfort able room with all the LATE PAPERS. Cheas, Cribbage. and all other Games. Fine Havana Cigar* and Invigorating Drink**. ZAPP & PICKET 2tf PHOTOGRAPHIC. H. K. LESLIE. Gallery over Wells, Fargo & Co. s Office Washingt/m ft. Silver City. /. T ■ li^VE M¥ ROOMS WELL and NEATLY JL furnished, and am Prepared to do all kinds of work in the Photographing Line iD the latest anti most improvt'd styles of the art. Those wishing to obtain the superior Knamtbd ( ards, or the very bcautilul and fascinating SI X-PEARL [PorcelainJ PICLI RES can «'complish their wishes by giving me a ndl. A supply of Mill and Mining View« constantly unhand. Lockets rings neatly til led. Copying Hone to Order! H. E. LESLIE d in