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Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave.
Friday Morning, Jan. 1, 1**G9 » Cosiness Çiwrtoru. COKRECTKD WfcSKMT AH *1 ANTKItTAI.* WHO 1KR I* ni'MW*. HI.TCHKK k LENOI R — <it orrai Merehaa di«e, Jordan Street. ABBOTT, JOHN H.—Carpettver, Washing urn -t, Bf/rsSOM. JaH. M —tienenl Mer» haodise, urane'* Gramo- Store, Wa»tiiuxU/u-«i ' REMIS k EDWARDS-B.Hiard Saloon Lenim , Lentvilie. BLAKE A CD Washington at. BEACHEV HILL—Railroad Stag. Line, F A Toon Agent, Office on Jordan si. Amyrre, Gremv: Blvek, BKUS7.KLL, FRED—General M> rchundiur, Washington st BORMAN, EDWARD—Boots *ud flboeg Washington, near Fourth #L BKIGH am A WEEKS—Stovra and Tinware, j Jordon st HRADI.EY, A V.-Book«, Kutmnery and Fuory Goods. I*, o., Washington st. COLE, TIPIS Ik k OU-BudMR, Granite Work, Washington nt j CRANE, C W.- Fruit k Vegetable^ Wash- ' Ibgtoti Hi. CLAYTON A FOJ,/A MUE —Liquor Palin, Kample Hoorn, famt at , L-ntville. DREW grorgr -Livery £ubl<' OwyluN City, Flint Drntnct. * DC REN k ALLEN—Liquor Dealers, Sample Kooru, Washington at. DYE. J F.—General Men handiH«', Washing ton at ENSIGN, V. E.—-Aitomey at Law, Wash tngfon at. EWLNOTHOS. k CO. —General MerehonuiNe, Granite Block, Washington st FITZHCGH, THOR B.-Liquor Dealer, Washington und First «lit GRAHAM, JA Min jiquor denier, Wash inglon st, one door south of .Second G ARDNER, JAK H. —dienend Merchandise, G ran Ho Block, Washington Ht. HOFFKR* MILLER-Meat Market, Wash tilgt« ill Ml. HERMAN k CO. — General Merchandise, Washington Ht. Sliver City and In Flint. HIJK.LAT k CO— General Merchandise, cor Jordan k Second kU. KING, JOS. L—PurehaMlng Agency, San FraiiciM-n. KKAfrT, FRANK -Stove* and Tinware. WaMtiingtou at. KOHI.HEYKR, PH!UP-Washington Mur ket, Jordan at IJS( oMB, a. M.—Cofimopoiitah Restaurant, Wahhmgton sL LESLIE, Il K.—Photographer, Wwhin g toU Ht LOHKNSTKIN, E. (RM) fi wn l Merchan dise, Jordan Ht McMAIION a KINO— Dancing School, Hill's Theater, Wellington at. MARX, M L —General Merchandise, Main at., Owyhee City, Flint District. MCDONALD k CO.— Assay«!*, Jordan at. MAYS. WM - Rising Star Hotel, Rifting Star |j*ntvitl* MARTIN .V JOHNSON- Attorney » at Law, Morning Star at. PEARLMAN, L M —Clothing, etc., Wash Ington at. PAIGE k CORWIN—Clipper RaaUurant, Washington at QUACKKNIH SH k U8IIER—Pacific Hofei, Main Nt , louilvtlte. RAMSDELL. W L —Liquor Dealer, Main st Owyhee City, Flint District. RUPERT, J A. —Apothecary'# Hall, Granite Block, Worthington #t. RollRfNR C P.—Jewelry, me, Gratnfe Block, Washington at SOM MF lie AMP, W F -Saloon aud Brew cry, Washington Hi SPRINGER, A. C # —Uvery Subie, Jordan at TIB HITS, Dr J. P. — Phyaiclan A Surgeon, TibbiU' Ht Al Med. Point Avenue. TAYUiR, W R—Lodging Hou^rur. Waah i ington and Heccmd ots. VASN, GEO.—Furniture M'f V A Ornament •I Piunter E. aide Jordan Creek, ucar 2d. VANHLYKK. J. 8 k B RO.—General Mcr choudiae, Granite Block, Worthington Rt. WOOD, T M. —Photograph Gallery, 777, Jordan Street. WHITE, DR I. —Drugs, Jordan »I WEBB A MYRICK—Banker*, Jordan at TAPP k PICKET—Golden Chariot Saloon, corner Jordan and Second at a r AlVI'N'OILN, H PI HITS TUR PENTINE, V ARNISH, WHITE LEAD and Arliata* Tube Color*. at J. HUKLAT à CO'dL 4tf NOTICK I A ll it.rhons knowing them m>Ivmi tmti'Mud tu A \ Bradley will call and M4U«, entier by u*oe or otbei »l*\ on or betöre tho l»t day ot January, 1Mb, tho Mini» will be plac*l to the hand» ol a A V. BRADLEY. 11 col lector («to 7) M r. A Ipe f y Doorkeeper Ol the . House, bas lavored us with quite a boodle or printed Bills, Memorial», thanks. The Memorial introduced by Mr. Ensign, of Owyhee, in the 0/Uût!i, praying for aid in the con «.ruction i Report«, etc., for wb.cb we return of tbe Idabo, Montana, Co iumbia River and Tilget Sound rail-: road, is ebor! and to tbe point.— Tbe Town Site Bill, introduced by Mr. Hartol tbe House, we bave ex »mined, and failed to find tbe objec lloofi allotted to by tbe Democrat in itH Wednebday'ii iw>ue, though there : Lilith. f may b*i something beneath tbe sur- j face that is not apparent at first : AweablyuTan Quinn, Las introduced a bill in tbe House, to change the name of Owyhee City, j I f lint District to Ilnviltown It is r "'»1 DIHirill, 10 uoyaiown. 11 is always sensible to legislativ the word | city off these little -mountain town«, , . , and Owyhee, simply, would not de ... . . . >. y p . . i y, or 0,1 the Owyhee River, as tbe whole | country b known Muwyheo. Then Iloydtown goes*, Johnny, and you ; treat. If the citizens of »Silver City, want their town renamed, they shoul d pe tition at once and designate a name. 1 The tnoulhly purctiUHi- and sliipment of. tMlUoa by Tima Cole, Jr. A Co., I.anlo-r» in j this city, for the month of December, IH68, umountK' in coin to $78,285—equal in cur rer t reney, to $#4,:i60—an increase in coin the November purchases' of $24.785. wre want Is time. forever without repairs and because several [ find .1 convenient to repair at the same time ; is no sensible reason why money should re A U < 't run i Because mills ct main scarce. A oontinuod increase of $25, (MX) a month will soon throw the yield up to a Sommer standard. It will be observed that the figures ubove are the amounts only that have Issm bougtit and shipped by the hanking house ofThoa Cole, Jr. A: Co. It appears from advices received from Boise City, that it was a mis take about the passage of «be law giving miners a lien on mines ; tin* bill was laid on the table in tbe Council, on account of an unwilling ness, on tho part of some of the members, to allow liens to be taken against placer claims. When it comes np again, it will probably be amen ded so as to exclude placer claims from its operation or be defeated. We hope it may |»a«s, either with or without tbe amendments. Letter 1.1» t. —Ah the Depart ment makoH no provision for pub lishing Letter lists, except in large offices, we iiave undertaken to pub lishjt gratis, once a week, in the Wavr, for the convenience of our readers. Kvery Friday morning, therefore, a list of all letters remain ing in the I'ost Office, that have not already been published, will be found in this paper. The Flint list will be published once a month, il desired. A |»n i nftil rumor came over from Flint night hofor*. last to the effect that James j Fair, Esq., of the Rising Star mill, had been badly cut by oua of his employees by the name «.f Milligan. A ran—anger came for Dr Webber during tbe night und the Dr. started Immediately to the scene of trouble, no we were unable to learn the purport ot the iiiesNoge as to particulars. We waited until a late hour last night in order to learn something more definite, but as yet it it scarcely more reliable than mere? rumor, except that it la corUdn that Mr Fair is bad ly hurt At a later hour we received con firmation rtuhntantially as above. C. P. Uobhlii», at his Jewelry Store, in Granite Block, yesterday received the moot beautiful and complete invoice or solid silverware that ever came to the Territory, all ordered and selected tn San Franei sco with special reference to the Silver Wedding to night. Go and examine tt—the pnees are moderate and every articlo warranted solid ailvcr. The Detroit Tntmne ukee strong ground in opposition to Mr Chandler's re-election to tbe senate. Ho haa been buying $1,000,000 ot j I a bloated bond The Duke of Nassau holder ttv. iwentie* The weather Las been fickle since Tucs day, pretesting alternations between sun tW ■** ***"> *"> «* 1 lh " ,n * j At tbe present wiring. Thursday afternoon. I the heavens are > tear and tbe sun shining tbe day isplearant, roads gondand business going on :u the usual styl* There ; are perhaps six or wren inches of snow on "" « round . *' ut »» ' or üin * <*»>* mor,! 1,te the present will reduce it to its old standard of three or tour , lie#. J. !.. Martin', teams have been sled iding in good# over tbe grade from Wagon to» n for several days. They are loaded for Tht*. Ewing & Co. ami J. A. Rupert, in (jmmte Block. These firms are now well supplied with renewed stocks# Rupert in itial he bos more drugs than any forma body. In the House on tbe 26tb, Allen introduced a bill to provide for tbe P a yment of ouistanding warrants in «o' 1 * County, and to pay current expenses. Fly Mr. V anre, a bill to I J suppress bouses of ill fame. Frank} Swart, will wait on . ..... , , ... v , Ul « inhabitants of Flint with a New y,. ar3 Arldregs. As tbe enterprise ft) , hjg own> gQ rar gg piint jg con . cerned, we trust be will be well pal rooized. The future Carrier of the Wave* will visit the people this morning with a New Year*« Address, for which he will demand tbe modest . «I «"y CcnU in greenbacks, White Pli from this quarter. Al Cage and O. R. Kirk 1m about to be invaded l* aSh,,|, I e transportation for 8 ru,J ,int * W 1 * 1 *^^ 1 ** patnek are fitting out a pasaenger wagon and will leave hero about Tuesday next ami carry through in sixteen days for sixty McMahon King had very good encouragement in commencing their dancing school on Wednesday. Twenty-three pupils were iu attendance and others are promised, who stayed away on account of Hall's dra malic reading on that evening. 'Uig -\llgget.--We learn from Hick Griffin, superintendent of Hai ley'» liue, lh»l a seventy-live pound nugget, containing about one-third gold, was found lust week near Kldo rado City, ou the slope towards Shasta Creek. — Statesman. A. J* Boyakin, Printer in the Statesman Office, and Probate Judge of Ada County, was married in Boise City, by the Kev. Wm. Roberts, to Mis« Henrietta Harris, on the 24th of December. James O'Meara, Editor of the World , is so far recovered as to visit the Capital, but we learn from the Democrat , of Wednesday, was confined to his room in that city. Tile stages both from Boise and Flint, were behind time yesterday, and we are consequently deprived of the eery latest from these localities. We observe the introduction of a bill, having reference to the District Judges. What are its provisions ? Charley Abbott, of tho Postofflo, presented this "office with a bundle of copy P«per, for which the tittle gentleman baa our uufeigned thanks. We'll write many a tale o'truth on that lot AVe learn from tho Boise papers that Judge Bowers has granted a change of venue from Ada to Roisfi County tn the case of The People vs, Sim Walters, on account of prej udice supported to exist against the prisoner in Ada. Three Kraut leu, in the shape of 1,200 ounce bricks, were turned out at Blake's As a iy Office on Tuesday evening. They were a portion of a run now being made at the Owy hee Mill on Golden Chariot ore. The pupils of W. J. Hill's school expected to assemble at the usual hour on Monday morning next, as the holiday vaca tion will have expired at that time. The Poet office Book Store has Stratman's California Illustrated Almanacs and every thing in the cheap publication line. Hohen & Bello will commence their dancing erhool m Hill's Theater on Wednes day evening, 6th inst Come and see. A colony of 2UU Swedes have bought a solid body 30.000 acres In the Stale or Kansas and will move upon It in tbe Spring. Eugene Howard. long the gentle manly and faithful agent for Hill BMcbejr'B R H Stage laue, in Ibw city, will leave us about tbe first l»*r the White Pine country. Mr. Howard, in bis capacitv of agent lor Hill Be.icliey, has not only added much to the sacra* of that indefatigable stage man, but ha* made mends of all with whom he haf bad busmess or social relations, and bis host of friends will greatly r<*gret bis depart ure. He goes be nee to San Francisco to pur chase coaches and stock for Hill Beachry. preparatory to putting on a regular hue to White Hue mines in Nevada. When iu ope _ _ the line will be continuous from Boise City to that district, and the lime will be about four days. —Democrat Incorporât ion —-Article« of incon>o ration of the Central Pacific Northern Branch Company were filed in the olflee of the Sec retary of State yesterday. This Company ba* lor il» obj.wt the building of a railroad running between Boise City (Idaho) and a point near Gravelly Ford, (Ne v.), where it will connect with the Central Pacific Railroad Company, length of the road being two hundred and ten miles; the capital sun k, $20.000,000. in 200,000 shares of $100 each. Directors—-Frank Denver, Thus. Cole, Jr., Hill Bear hey, J. W. t>baw, (îeorge Hearst, W. H. Sears, and William Thompson, Jr. Anderson, of Alluras, has in troduced a bill into the Council giv ing County Clerks tbe same power to administer oaths, etc., as is exercised by Notaries Public, and legalizing thöir past acts in that capacity. Divine Service will be hold in St. Andrews Church on Sunday next, the 3d of Jauuary, 186#, at eleven o'clock a. m. Ves pers at seven o'clock, p. m., by Rev. Kilian Coll, A. M. XE W ADVERT1SEMENTS, PURCHASING AGENCY! JOSEPH L»o KING, . .AT TUB. . R. H. Stage Ottlee, San Franc'o, ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE and shipment by Express of any ar ticles desired by parties in Idaho or Nevada. Hi« charges will be very MODERATE. ORDERS SOLICITED! W BjT I refer by permission to Hill Beachev. * Address JOS. L. KING, Railroad Stage Office, Sun Francisco. 7to23 DANCING SCHOOL! fii MeMA1IO.Y &. KING a Hu»«conamenesd a UANTIN'C SCHOOL AT HILL'S HALL. T u i t i <>'*, Stil Currency for Thlr teen Lcnhoiim. Regular Evenings MONDAYS and THURSDAYS. Those who require no instruction can at tend lor practice for $10 Currency. McM AHON At KING. Tt! SUMMONS. Tkhritory of Idaho, \ County j In the Dist.Court, I 3n Judicial Dist. Owyhbb. t N. K. Mendenhall, ITaintiir, Against L J. I#ewi8, and the Silver Glance Mining Company, Defendants. To L. J. Lewis and the Silver Glance Mining Company, Defendants; ■ N THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE OF THE M United States, in the Territory of Idaho, You are hereb) notified that there is now on file in the offiice of the Clerk of the District. Court of the Third -Judicial District of said Territory, in Silver City, Owyhee County,the Complaint of the above--named Plaintiff, pray ing judgment against the said Defendant, L J. I/^wis, and for a Decree and for an Order of the .said Court, as follows; The above en titled action is brought to obtain a judgment of this Court against the said Defendant, L. J. Lewis, for the sum of $31,240 00, abal auce due and unpaid to said Plaintiff by said Defendant. Lewis, of the purchase money, $46,240 00, for certain property sold and con veyed by said Pl'ff to said Def't, Lewis, with costs of suit; and to obtain a Decree of said Court establishing said Plaintiff's Lien as Vendor of the said certain property, agaanst the said certain property and every part thereof, and for an Order said County fer the sale of said property in pursuance of law for the satisfaction of the amount of said Judgment and c««ts; the said certain property being described in Pl'ff's said Complaint, as follows, to-wit: Nine hun dred and sixty (960) feet (linnear measure ment) undivided of twelve hundred (1.200) feft—same measurement—in that certain Gold and Silver bearing Lode of Quartz, situ ated in Flint Mining District in the said Coun ty of Owyhee, located and known "Owyhee Ledge and Idaho G. A S. M. Com puj;" and lour hundred (400) feet, being the 1st North Extension of the Rochester Lode—situate in said Flint Mining District; all of which said described property was sold and conveyed by said Plaintiff to the said Def % L J. Lewis, and by him isaid Lewis) conveyed to the said Def't, the Silver Glance Mining Company—all as alleged, and is more fully set forth in the Piff's said Complaint, on file in my office, in the above eutiiled cause; and, tha\ unless you appear and answer to said Complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if served within 'Owyhee county ; within twenty days if served out of said County, but within said Judicial District; and within forty days if served out of said District (exclusive of the ilay of ser vice,) default will be taken against you, and the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in his said Complaint, hi testimony whereof 1. Sol Hasbroock, Clerk of said District Court, have L s. * hereunto set my band and i * % affixed the 8eal «»f *aid Court at Silver Cuy, this Tenth day of September, a. p. 1868. tbe Sheriff of the Sol Hasbrou k, Clk. Dist Court. By R. E Halixsw, Dep'y Rosbonosgk it Preston. Pljf' At! ys. 'u>32 E, LOBENSTEIN, The Veritable " RED," " Beautiful as a butterfly," ^MREETS THE LADIES AND GENTLE men of Owyhee, and with ODe of his most polite bows, touching his respectful beaver ? and kicking back his manly hind leg like to one who sees his equals, begs to inform them that he will Sell, Swap, Buy or Dicker IN' ANY ARTICLE, AT ANY TIME, FROM A Shoe-string ton Quartz Ledge. 0oW foin, Greenl.ae ks.To w Lin He will take in exchange for goods] en, Gi ng, Feathers, Rags, Beeswax, Tallow, Old Gam Boots, Young Pigs, Garter Snakes, and 'Possum Oil. tfS~ At his Store on Jordan Street, -*.$ E. LOBENOTE IN Hf JAS. M. BLOSSOM ! ( Crane's Granite Store, ) West side Washington Street, SILVER CITY, J. T, Dkalkk in Every Description of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Which will be sold as cheap any other establishment in this City Can or do sell. G-ROOBRIH3S Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Dried Apples, Corn Meal, Beans, Bacon, Lard, " Pcaehes, Soda, " Plains, Saleratns, " Prunes, Cream Tartar, Canned Fruits, Candles, Cheese, Cracker«, Flour, Rice, Rutter, Salt . Pepper, Ginger, Mustard, Cinnamon, Cloves, Essences , Kerosene, Lard Oil, Tobacco, Xails , Shovels, Stone Hammers , Sledge Hand do do Bellows, Anvils , Axes, Store Door Locks. Dwelling do do, Nutts and Screws, Out Tacks, O'un dr Pistol Caps, Carjict do. Cartridges, ) Rojie, Pickles, Powder, Fuse, Shot, Table Cutlery , Pocket do CROCKERY <& GLASSWARE» DINNER PL A TES ,... BREA KFA ST do, SOUP do ..s. TEA do .... CUPS A ND SA UCERS.. PL A T TERS.. BAKERS, E W ERS and Sugar Bowls ...Cream IHtchert Chambers... Water IHtchcrs.. .Bar Water do. Table. Castors ,... Lamp Wicks and Chint neys, etc. Basins. „ Tumblers IROV, STEEL, BROOMS, &C. BORAX. CLOTHING, ETC: FINE BEAVER SUITS, FINE CASSIMERE SUITS, FING UNDERSHIRTS, FINE DRAWERS ; HEAVY OREGON OVER SHIRTS, UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWERS. BLANKETS &C., GLOVES, HALF HOSE, POCKET H'DKERCH'K* WHITE SHIRTS, NECK TIES, YANKEE NOTIONS Ac., Ac., &< And Thousands of other articles not m« ' tinned in this ad. 2tf JAS. M. BLOSSOM Notice to Delinquent*. HE ACCOUNTS due HILL A MILLARD have been placed in the bands of H. H KNAPP, who is authorized to collect and re ceipt for the same. 2lf Silver City, Dec. 14, 1868 T W. J HILL. H. W MILLARD me* SAPP. DATS PICK FT a Golden Chariot n Saloon OLD COH.VK R, ' JORDAN A SECOND STKEKT" Zapp A Pickkt, Proprietors. INK ACCOMMODATIONS for those who want to spend able room with all tht LATE PAPERS ¥ evening in a comfort Che»». Crlbtiajçe, and all olhrr Gamfs J Pine Hattna Cigars and Invigorsting Drink- ZAPP A PICKET .m str