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y CM Wm <r ♦ u i-i ran * ♦ *)7 SILVER CITY, OWYHEE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, JANUARY 26 , 1869. NO. 14. VOL. 1. The Tidal Ware of deeper sonls Into our inmost being rolls, And lifts us unawares Out of all meaner cares. Longfellow. THE TIDAL WAVE IS PÜBUÄHKP SEMI WEEKLY— Tuesday and Friday Morning«. BY T. J. & J. S. Bt'TLER, Proprietors. (Poxtoffi.ce Building, Washington street,) I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Of CURRKWCT : Single Copy, per Year " Six Months One Month.. Each — $10 00 I to 1 00 60 ADVERTISING BATES IN CURRENCY : One Square. 10 line« or legs, one t ime $5 00 " Each additional week. 2 00 Professional cards, per Quarter.. Â liberal reduction from the above rates will be made on lengthy or yearly advertise ments. . , [Ten lines of this typo, or equivalent space, » square.] .. 10 00 m ike Agents.—BLAKE x CO., at tho Post office, Idaho City. L. J. .SWART, at Rogers' Store, Ijentville. CA1T. GEO. DREW, at the Postoffice, in Herman k Co.'s Store, Owyhee City. H. H. LAM KIN, City Book Store, Boise City. Qroftssional anb Qusintss (Karils. GEO. VASS, Manufsrturrr ofFnrnlti ORNAMENTAL PAL.TER KC. SHOP—East side of Jordan Creek,three dimrs south of the new loot-bridge. 4tl J. P. TIBBITS, M. D., d Surge U, clan a P 11 y s OFFICE_TiObits' Street and medical Point Avenue, Sliver City. 4tf F. E. ENSIGN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, .Owyhee County, I. T. OFFICE—Washington st. near Second. S 11 .VKR City, [ 111 ] A. L. SIMON DI. THOS. MCDONALD, McDonald & co. SILVER CITY. I. T. [ltf THOS. B. FITZHUGH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer —IN — Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Silver City, Dec. 11, 1868. ltf HOFFER & MILLER, Wholesale and Retail MEAT MARKET. Washington St., near Sommcrcamp's. ltf DR. I. WHITE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, —Dealer in— Drug«, Paints. Oils anil Patent Medicine«. Opposite Goodman Bros., .Iordan St. ltf kick'd z. Johnson. HENRY MARTIN, MARTIN & JOHNSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Silver City, Owyhee Ceunty, I. T. [ltf WEBB & MYRICK, (Formerly King , Webb dt Co.,) BANKERS, Idaho Territory. Silver City, [un JAS. H, GARDNER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Crane's Fire-Proof Building. Washington Street, Süver City, 1. T. ltf Dec. 11,1868. KNUINE HAVANA CIGARS, at J. HUELAT SrCO.'S. G Thh Avalanche, notwithstanding a j confused mixture of balf-formed ideas, appears to he rational at times, j and has Come to theconclusiort tiiat j , . . . . , we were right in our premises with ; ^ r reference to the power of legislation to elevate any one above the social j sphere to which nature usäiguetl him ' in the economy of creation ; and yet a sort of hallucination seems to have taken possession of the editor's brain that it is necessary to legislate the negro down and the white up to pre vent equality, at the same time ac knowiedging that the all-w ise Creat or fixed the social status of the white man and the negro in the beginning, and that it cannot be changed by hu man legislation. The startling dis covery that a China woman cannot be legislated to an equality with an American lady should entitle the editor tu a vote of I hauks from her j he so raantully rescues from tin* deg radation his own imagination had placufl her in. No, Mack, ycu arc mistaken, and j wilfully SO, for yon have been told . .. , * .1 j*, better, when you suppose the editor *T ,. of the Wave or the Republican par ty desire any lepislntion on the sub ject of a simple impossibility, the elevation of an inferior person to a superior place in society. No Ro publican fears or desires social equal-1 ity ; they merely say, let the ques tion take care of itself ; let every man and woman choose his or her own associates, and if Democrats wish to associate with and marry ne groes, for God's sake let them do so. Republicans feel able without the in tervention of law to take care of, themselves, and should there be any them who fear contact with among the inferior races and are not able maintain a superior position let them go down to the interior where Iheu belong. It is not very modest " " - in man or woman to claim superior ity over any class, and at the same time ask legal protection to maintain i of their own force of character to August election in more than one polling place in Boise County. Suppose he does, 1 . „ what does that prove bui th n yo , Registry Law* We made eo allusion to the last August election, nor had wc that event j in our mind when we wrote, but the way it | seems to touch the raw and ewee the World to u dare the Wave and talk about false- j î may have touched upon j . , . . .. As to the charge being pointedly : aimed at DemocraUi," we make the charge j against all who violate the law as an argu - j ment in favor of registration and summon thorn in that position. Tlie editor of the World says he knows of frauds which were committed at the last hood and slander, more recent occurrences than we were aware of. the editor or the World as a good witness. He knows enough, by his own admission, to render a registry law , , , , lying off card pictures from Leslie s picture j ffallerv and finally took away a handsome j K , , * « , i.r-ino sun-pearl of a lady, is req . g back the sun pearl, at least, and to desist in frrtm «irJi nractices. If the latter i . . it p*icture is not returne * i * may be so described as to point disagreeably to the person who has it in possession. absolute necessity. Whoever has been in the habit of car Wc hear a new domestic tragedy spoken of to be entitled the Stolen Tripe, or the Mistaken Butcher, in which the beneficiary is supposed to wrap himself in a whole trine j as a cloak and strut across the stage. -•♦- The Schoenfeld Bro.'s advertise in to day's paper their determination to sell out in thirty days, at a sacrifice, all their large stock of furniture, bedding, upholstery, etc. See what they have to say. t' Supreme court Proceedings. (January Term, 1869. J j j Saturday, Jan. 16th, 1869 —Court met j and adjourned until Monday, Jan. 18tb. Mosuay. 18th.—Wah Ching ct til vs Con ; ' , . . . . . . s tontine «H a!; case sobBiwM on briefh and unrte ; j jam«« I. Crutcher, plaintiff, Sheriff of ' Boise Co., vs. K. C. Sterling, defendant, ! Treasurer ofTcrritorr; ■j" urn ' " n <m „ a. Merntt on behalf of Court; argued by 8. A. Merntt ou behalf or plaintiff and by Curtis ani Hough for defend ant—submitted and uken under advisement Ankeny & Sons, appellants, v* R. W. Hen ry, respondent; argued on appeal by Hough for appellant and Heed for resj»ondent—sub mitted and taken under advisement Church, ap|>ellant, vs Thompson, respond ent; appeal dismissed on motion of A. Hoed, attorney for respondent Adjourned. Tuesday, 19th — Robert H. làndsay ad initted an attorney of this Court. Ankeny & Sons, appellants, vs Godfrey Gamble, respondent; cause argued on the ap pe»k B. Rosborough for appellant aud j Amslie and Foote for respondent—submitted and taken under advisement. Adjourned. j vs The People .VC. , respondents; case sub ; m.tted on briete and taken under advisement. Eugene Howard received his Huai discharge h as a bankrupt. u GmubouaC| ap[K! , Unti vs Charles Kraft respondent; argued on appeal by Scaniker for appellant and Krumbai k and Ib-irket for respondent—submitted and taken under ad visement. Wednesday, 20th.—John Butler, appellant, .Adjourned. Thursday, 21sl— 0. Hazard, vs Tin»». Coh* Jr. et al. ; case adjourned from Court below , on its own motion, on plaintiff 's application ' for a new trial. Argument commenced this day. It will tak® three or four days more to finish the argument This is the last case **-**«> under advisement on the calander to argue. No opinions yet delivered. Eight bankrupts ask for final discharge to Major Alvord, U. «s. Marshal of Idaho, arrived at Boise from North Idaho on the • 17th The Major is an up and up positive Republican who never let the Marshaiship incline him to run off after Andrew Johnson, j Men govern( . d by prind( „ e , who s taudu P under pressure, should have their merits re i cognized. 1 g l _ ; John M . Krnlle , wh0 was reporl *j murdered at wiuni'inucca,it is now supposed I was frozen tod ath while intoxicated. i was found in a barn and no marks of violence. He ; ' PAMP A \m QTT MP I UUMij ÜINiJ OJjXj IYIXj ' , n „. V Q DgTERMlAEDIotlo» BureheriS wimin t" j Bext thirty HAYS, in order Ui go to White | Pine, or stay, here or g ; , where I please. I j j t jf ^ e y q on q they will gel sued if they j have a cent that the law can get hold of. I mean what I say and give this warning so you can't blame mo after it's done. : J PHILIP KOHLHEYER. j jan. 8th, 1869. 9to 17 j the Fresno The colony of Alabamians : is receiving large accession to its numbers. Dissolution of Partnership. T H K COPARTNERSHIP HERETO FORE existing between R P. Fra ser. R McFeeaniiR H. Brown, under the firm name or Brown A Co., is this dav dis solved bv mutual consent. All demands for or against said linn will!« settled by R H j g rown r y FRASER, j R. McFEE, ' R. H BROWN. Silver City Jan. 9th 1869. lltolO __ _ WHITE PINE. . TI nrnaAVQ irvownsin thfu A ' ; toPaige & Corwin wUl ^ al our former place or bnsi p flnH n .ttiP either bv note or otherwise and settle, other uynoieoroinermiM, J(H ('ORWIN aji™r*iiv Î t Jan n 'i««o lotolT 1 8 I' ' ' - ( , j and save costs. E. LOBENSTEIN, —DEALER IN— ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE Vegetable». Eggs, Nut«, Confectioneries, Fruits Ac., &e. E. LOBENSTEIN. 9tf COSMOPOLITAN HKSTAIUAM' 5 - riT M à COSMOPOLITAN will ma be behind anv Hating establishment in the Territory in ] Com* and try it f _ A. M. Liariimb has started a I ; ! FIRST CLASS RKSTaCHANT at George Merritt's old stand un Wabhington Street. near Long Gulch. Providing Good Far«' for Its t»ue«t«. and you will conic again. Charge). Modi-iute. A. M. LISCOMH. lEM'INK ALEXANDER Kll> 6tf ^ vi ■ (.LOVES ttt JAPANKNE I J H PELAT A CO.'S. ; PEBBLE SPECTACLES RA/ILIAX, B 1U SNIAY AVI) atC. P. ROBBINS' 4tf DAVE PICKET ni. k »Apr j ) ] : ( ^ Goldeu Chariot" Saloon O I. I) C O H \ K R, JlIKDtV 8F.COXD STHKKTS Xass àl (iinKiil., l'nipriotors. -INK ACCOMMODATIONS for those who ' want to .spend an evening in a comfort B I able room with all tho LATE PAPERS I ( bnii, Crlhhagr, am! all other GanifN, Havana Cigar« and Invigorating Drink*. *** j ZAIT h GABRIEK 2tf Notice to Delim|U« n(H. LL NOTES AND ACCOl RAM ROSKNCRANS are j und<trsignod during Mr. R'h absence. THOS. J BUTLER, Agent. . NTS D( lKtyahle K HI to the \ iau — SUMMONS. j Territory op Idaho, I County or Owyhee. ( N K. Mendenhall, Plaintiff, iosàuf In thi Dist. Court, 3i> Judicial Diht. ; j L. J. Lewis, and the Silver Glance Mining ^ ohnee Company. Defendant«: ; bn the name of THE PEOPLE ofthe I ■ United StaUts. in th«* Territory of Idaho, You «ro bereb, mw' >■<;" «* «'ôu'rt of the Third Judicial Oistrict ol said Territory, in Silver City, Owyhee County.the Complaint of the above-named Plaintiff, pray ing judgment against the said Defendant, L J. Lewis, and for a Decree and for an Order of the said Court, as follows: The ab< titled action is brought to obtain a judgment of this Court against the said Defendant, R J. I^ewis, for the sura of $31,244) 00, abal anoe due and unpaid to said Plaintiff by aai-l Defendant. Ix*wis, ol the purchase money, *48,840 «0, for«*rUin property »old and con veyed by sa.d Pit! to saul laf'i, UwKwith ^»ts °l the said certain pn.p-rty and ' every part the Shenff of thereof, and for an Order said County for the sale of said property in pursuance of law for the satisfaction of the amount of said Judgment and cost*; the said certain property being described m Pl'ff'a said Complaint, as follows, to wit: Nine him dn*l and sixty (960) feet (hnnear measure ment) undivided of twelve hundred (1,200) r r t-«.mj mvMuremfint-.u that ™.rt.iu Gold and Silver bearing IamIo of Qnartz, situ iited in Flint Mining District tn the said Coun ty of Owyhee, located and known as the "Owyhee Ledge and Idaho G. At 8. M. Com ^ .... pariy;" and four hundred (400) feet, being the 1st North Extension ol the Rochester Issle-situate in said Flint Mining District, all of which said described properly was «old and conveyed by said Plaintiff to th» «R*d Def't, L J. I^ewi*, and by him (Ha8J I/»wiF) conveyed to the said Def'l, the Silver Glance Mining Company—all as alleged. and is more fully set forth in the Plff'saaid Complaint, on file in my office, in the abov<' entitled cause; and, that, unlena you- appear 1 "> d answer to said Complaint within ten t b «. he "*» f * t if Owyhee county; within twenty days If served out of mld County, but within said Judicial District; and within forty days if served out or said District (exclusive of the dAy vice,) default will be taken against you, and | the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the j relief demanded in his said ('omplamt. ! In testimony whereof I. Sol. Hasbrouck, ■pjrlt. Clerk <*f said District Court, bave I ♦f L.S.> hereunto set my band and . affixed the Seal of said Court at Silver City, this Tenth day ofSeptember, a. u. Sol Hasbrouck, Clk. Dint Court By R. K. Halloc*, Dep'y Rotborough <È Plff ' Atl'ys. 7to32 I'O Sliver City Wholesale Price« Cun COKKKCTKD it—Coin liutru. » KKKLY M riliM kWIM, . IV I l'ulv. nz.d sugar •• tjreou t oti. e («round Coffee ; Flour %* 100 lbs. ! Bacon ** .... I lard *• .... I Huiler " .... ?**■■ * . i .sirup f* keg, 6 gal : Crushed Sugar >• |oo lb. I Brown Sugar $ 7 7 M SO mv«. • •"* . oo cl 76 no 7» 40 OOfu. 14 ;*#* ■ Ct 00,n. 00 on 27 00». . 30 UU 37 &0«ft 37 60*. 40 00 HO UO-.p jo t»*«, :tu oo . Oyster, la*b»t«*rv, Clams, etc 16 i*V, 1« 00 Tomato«*.--, Corn, Pena uu. lrt 00» Is ikhiO 2U 1*0(61» H OOhv .. iS UOto. ft ou» 6 no » OUlct* 42 OOfcb *6 or* Table Fruits. V case. Jellies Spi,«t Hominy 4* 100 it,* S**up ÿ box. | Caudles ? box. Yeàst r. dors grow* .. j Blasting Powder ft keg_ 10 Fuae >* loo R. 3 00««, «Steel $1 100 |t*s. j Iron Pick Ky Handles j4 dos . Rope ft 100 It,.-. Tobacco ft 100 U»s. 110 Cigars M. Coal Oil, V case. laird Oil " . Whiskies gal. Brandies *• . Ruin tuid Gin" . j Champagne «* lm.sk «-t_ I Port Wine 1 Claret j Bökers Hitters ! Oregon Grupp j Sirups .37 MM 22 60 (a » 00 r 1«** !.. .... no M UN.L III Mb 40 UOf«. 46 V .» 1 Ml UO b(> MO(.i.2UU Ou 20 00(0. 46 OOf'». ft (M.U * ta* « Oüu». 12 üü 7 (aau. 40 0O, x 46 Ut 1.5 OOf'L .. 12 «aarf» IN 00(1 A . .. 2ü «*M ... 12 mkri, t 4 case. | l>rv ('lothing, Hat» ».sas etc,, ; « eonling U> quality JOHN M. ABBOTT, t'UtPEXTKM ami JOIt-N||(i|>. NAMI, DOORS, 1 TAHIaKS, »K.DS1EADN AND ALL KINDS OK Wool) WORK M \l»l. TO ORDER ON iiaIiI«' Ten Votier. I . I Km -hurl ||OISK LI .MHER r..f .ale at the ! NEW SHOP, low« r end of W.iKlmigton Street, SUn r City, I. T TERMS C A S II I J (Ilf j . 1 | J. 8. VAN SLY KM, i. VAN SLY»» J. S. VAH SLYKE&BBÜ. Wholesale and Retail Dealers ill 44 K V KHAL MEKCftUMUSB, IIo«>Ih, Mhor», ami of Every I>tim rtpllon. | A LARGE ASSORTMENT of .Shelf Hard ware. Carpenter * Tools, \c MILL FURNISHING GOODS, constating of Gamr Pip«*«, L'nl< CouplingM, Eiliuw T'a* St «a m WliiNtlr®. Strain Giiugm, llubhit Dlrlal. lilolir YaDra ikr.. &«., Whidklrs, llrandlr» und %% Inf or every I)e»erl|>I Ion mad Fine»! RuulKj. Wo would call special atU-ntion te nu Stock of Clothing, winch n ,.„ ,„ WPr Umu *, w lhÉ . msrtrt h»-retoforo j i (2t/J j_ arc M'lhag at j j x Regulier Coi.iniiiilr.tl»« or Owyhee Lod„- No. â A F mod j M , held at Maxonir Hall on .Sat urdav, on or before thr lull mooe of each month, at 7 o'< lin k e m Mrrt Saturday timing for instrurti/m ; - War Luglr l.iKlgr, No. 6. Mrrt« Thursday evenings proceeding the full mva 1 monthly, and weekly Ihr instruction «^Fbrr Lori«*, N«. 54 on t relay of *-a<h week ^ÉgR^at 7 o'clock r. m. at Mwa.mc Hall. O. H Purüt, N. G ofser--- ^^.Kigiltr meeting« of the IH p fndopi-ndetit Order of Good Temp lars—Tuesda:' ev^mngs at 7 «VMclock. J. L Hall. W C T _ ■: J 8. VAN 8LYKK k BRO NXTRA FINK YOUNG HYSON Â TEA and OLD JAVA COF FEE. So[e- nur articles for family_ st J HUELaTAOU'8 4.'