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; " 1 i I Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave. * T. «I. BI TLKIt, * ' Friday !*TorRfpg f Feb. 19, l*» r »9. l gj-Driginal iMtter on every pagw— outside. <uii Merling ut ICIkn, ting called by the citixensnf Elko, , Lander County, Nevada, on the 12th day of j February. A. D. 1869, Mr. Kingsbury, mer- j chant, wan unanimoueiy elected Chairman ; and W Henley Secretary. At a mee I j .. «r - M m. ! On motion r on ' r r,efi ; whip am ' M <*ppt n bei mer m* r • appointed a Coinmittoe U» m j 1 . rw the people of this portico of the State or Ne r . vada, as weil as for the benefit of the citizens of the southern portion of Idaho Territory, it is expedient and nee«*ssary that a road and Ri solutions. « . The following Preamble and Resolutions were unanimously adopted by the ciùxens of » Elko and vicinity I'j.xamhik—T hat for the mutual benefit of ; from Idaho should connect with th«* Central Pacific Railroad at the roost f<*a«bfe point of said railroad, and that the general gtîograpby of the coontry show* that there is no place on the line ot the Central Pariftr better adapted for said connection than Elko — Therefore the people of the town of Elko assemble and priant the following Resolo- 1 lions, asking the concurrence and action the citizens or the southern portion of Idaho , „ . ... ..._ ... and that of the Idaho Road Company in pro L „ rooting the objector this tne. ting. . . ,, . Rr.solrr'1 1st. That It is the sense of the at , .... . . , , ^ _- Klû j izenn of Klko and vicinity to give all possible | aid and SMti yut Uj the Idaho G ntral j Road Comptny to cupm-ct tbeir Road with j the Central Pacific Rail Rosi at "Elko" I.an ! of I .DBtjr Nevada. Resolved 2nd. That it is the dispoeil ion of the r.ilizeoh of Elko and vicinity to meet the President, Directors, Managers or Engineers, of the Company at a subsequent meeting of the. citizens of Klko at Klko that they may more folly show their disposition to assist in making the connretion or concentratiou of the Idaho Central Road at Elko. Resolved 3d. That the citizens of the northern portion of Nevada are ever ready to aid and assist the people of the southern portion of Idaho in any organization cairn ^ Resolved. 4th. Tbrit the thanks of this : meeting l>e extended to Mr Johnson, agent ,or Hill Beachry, for the kindness, attention lateil to promote mutual interests ! aid interest manifeste«! at thn mreti:ig. Kftolrni. Hh. That the mc-ting »djourn | ontll a sulwquent meeting .hail to- called on i Mol llaxbronrk. »ho has held the| position ot Clerk of the District and Supreme Courts for the Second District, was removed one day last week by Judge Bowers, and H C street appotntod is bis stand. The naht ! ot the Judges U) appoint whom they please as clerks is undispute.1; nevertheless many of ■sshronch'a friends are quite dissatisAed with his removal, and si this time we think the Judge eoutd not have hit upon a (»olicy j n intonate if he I th«* «am«' xubjuri by lire PrepMent *n«i St'cre ixry »hove naj«i«I W Hemky, S«* ! y. Mr. Kirosbi ry. Prc*R. more damaging to his «»tfch«'* lo retain his position as Chief Justice j oval of a Republican clerk than the re against whom no charges are brought It ' the part ot the ju- , ••Vince« an inclination dieiarv lo draw party lin«**, at a time most 1 uopmpftioes to Democratic office holders, and | argues removal as a necessity in self defense than the petition of a thou- j with more fa Mr. sund men, who fail to give a reason. Street, we an* informed did o- t <i--ire lire ,K«lt inn ; but MKuranctw IumI t*w» «.von him ttiut it wa. his to command »hen ho should no indicate hi* », stout Hast.n-uok hold tho uffleo and porformod .1» dut.« Without sus I picton of its frail touuro, unUI tho dav of hi» n-moval »hon ho was simplv advisod that \ i. > I t . .. . r xn. hts services were dlycard«*d in iavor <»f one who h.»i! a right to ask the place He only ; j . . , . „ . . . eAimplams that he was not advined oi the , .1 „ prior arrangement between the Judge and .. .x ,%.éu K.» rt'.r i Mr Mr»*et, lu order that he might be pre par J »•d to engage in other employment. At the i CowriTt TtrtVAi. Cow. ud. battle of Malvern Hill, Gent'ral Le« j eiicounbercd a tall Johny Reb in full j retreat and blubbering fearfully, He stopped Mm and nbamed Itirn, bût th« Mlotv openly avowed cowardice, I and said he knew he was a coward | "Weil," ! when they 'scripted him. said the (general, " that mav be, but you need not bellow' about it, like a oreut baby." " Raby !" echoed the conscript, 11 I wish 1 was a baby, a mi a >j(ü baby at that/'' l>h itngrnph* by Moonlight.— Ph« 3 t<graphing pv moonlight is uuractirg j great attention in England. A. photographer at (iliiguw, it is stat«*d, bag by using the light, of the moon, wwcoeded in produeins several laixteeapr* and marine views, which are won ■ derfully faitbAtl ycprodurlKma oftiit *ceu»»ry , represented. These pictures have been pre parvd P»r the stereoscope, •' n, *F ,Vt ' an enure ly different effect from thial produced by sun i light views. i Incident* of un u sua l interest are not ^ud<1»iU in maktog the tnp from here to j Boland hack. Ev^ry^ingniMfOamootiily ; with tint Kail Road Stage line that the expe Of OM dav auewere ver» well tor a or one oay answers very well mr a uu'.toot-d, however, as (ruing to Sl ow ho* 1 *e Jor,« lakes care of h* (xnaengrr^.ud rouatfk them from mault Coding up the „rade on Tunhday afcové Che ÀoU bouse on i .. , r> ' _ . Kfynyjdfc- creek,.* 1 * 0 - 4 * W. F iafl ov<*Um£ I us on horse bet, and, as he had been earn pling uncle Dan's whisky, felt belligerent * ' rieove l whole month. A single exception may be , j j ; arid recognising in Lhe stage an old neighbor I from the valley, whom he desired to chastise j pnor to his liual departure fcir Whit-- Pioe. Stopped hot horse in the nwd and began a ; tirade of -abuse, coupled with expressions of • inability and willingness, then and there to j clean out said passenger, whose name was 1 Snow, as well as all others who might place .belligerent Ibtt he w» dcto.ng the V. S. . . „ . . , »mail, and must desist or he should employ » themselves between him and the accom plishment of his designs. Joe Jones who is ; averee to foolishness, politely informed the harsher means than mere words to compel compliance with tlie order. Our rural Co burn only grew more deüant and violent, when to bis evident astonishment, Joe lit 1 into a horse's entrails, man never made than was presented to the admiration of that stage , ^ load of pa£»*ngera, all of whom were infi * ** ^ j nilely delighu d with the result of the inter | J * j v,ew j ! out—whip in band—and before the horse could be got in motion, the rider felt the weight of Joe's w hip lash about bis » and was adruom.-hed that it was dangerous to in sult passengers white under Joe's charge, jwere unable to discover from our position, but a more vigorous effort to drive his heels Whether the horseman wore spurs or not we White Pine.— The »Statesman, I takes the following extract from a letter lately received by Mr. W. B. Hunter of Boise from .Mr. A. A. Wager: The winter so far Las been mild. notbing like those ot Montana, Heavy winds but no really cold w*MtliiT. I must say lhe mine* in tins camp do not improve as they are worked ; in fact the ore in many place* seem* to have given out par tially or entirely; and in no ettse has , her( , been anv improvement so ^ far a« I know, and I think I know : nearly all the mines that ever pre tended to hoof any value. Little patches of ore have been sold and still i*ei mg from on»* to ten ! are | thousand dollar* that are really not i worth twenty-five centna dozen. The enormous and unexpected yield of the Eherhardt has created a mania ; in favor of this place which is not warranted hy anythin? that I can Hee; j, n( j f have my doubt* about t y, a , g r ,. a t mine attaining any great j age. There are quite a variety of m ;nes here. .Silver, and the baser ! meta!*, both copper and lead, in Kr(>a t abundance. There are some j new districts here, where there h < said to be some good gold and silver j bearing quartz. There Is a large j scope of country yet unprospected, t I which shows some indications of the •«ence of ore. In the Spring I purpose * swinging round the circle' j myself to see what 1 can find. " ' j I ,r< ' , I Hi rum Gove and John Hildreth, have left with us pome excellent Rpednos of South Mountain ore. One piece from the ! 1 "Original," shows almost every metal known to this region, hot is opeaaliy rich m silver, j lead and iron, the other is from the Galena ! | j , »»« ab "" n,is iu !iilv " r lcad - »•">' j ^>' s boon n.aUo of thono South Moan- ■ tain '*«'• »" of which - "* f" as wo aro advh : I ' ,roT '' D V, U 8J " sr ' u ' l,,r >' Ceruin ! ^ ^ « wc " , ' cns ln our pronont • \ ! ' n W»™»* of «'*»«*' <!»'«« ^ ,0 tbnee shown us from Wliite Pine, or else ; j where and it will he more a matter of sur prihC u> learn of the failure of South Moun ! , 1 lain . 10 an excitement, and stampede ' * i next Summer, than to hear of ito aucowa ! J t Hie «ixe und extent of the South Mountain : ledges, rend«*r them more attra«'tivc in that i respect, than any that have (»'tore km dis- 1 The lateness of the sea ! j c#v ® red in ldah " j ' i0 " at •*». 11 me 0 r tho discovery of these ; 'mines, last fall, has prevented investigation, ! U»d will continue to do *0 until Spring I Wliite fine ha* token away many a pros|iec 1 | to-, that would ottwrwiae. have tried his for ! tune in South Mountain, aud when that bub- ! have suhsidod, and parlies return to reason and Owyhee, we shall expeet to see South ; Mountain thoroughly prospected ; and tho ' ble shiill have burst, or the excitement shaH world may expect to hoar of another nch i si Ix er district added to its wealth. j ^ cumüàyman and ob«* of the elderly par oners acre walking home from meeting OI k* frosty day, when the old gentleman slip ■ am j f,.|j n pi tn hi« back. The minister, , on tx»i ue assured that he was not hurt, said ^ f ncn< ^ Muners stand on *Iit> ;v rv pj a , ,. v •• ph e qjj gentleman looked up i as if to assure himself of the fact, and ~ i plied : "Yea, I see they do hut I can't." - ro V. R. Branch Ml nL^-ColoneT J. F. KW nl days inakiM a doe examination of plans and specificatioiÂ lor the building, and cheoges in the nine as may be required ^ eomspond „nb lt , e kswuon and material. t He expresses him» h much pleased with the j general view of the country, and w ith the : cunug the same. Ibe plan- and specitid- . lions are now m the bands of H. A. Houije, j m .»h full instructions to proceed with tee work wll houi delay Ur. Houge proposes 4o-, com nvnce excavating in a few days, and vgill push the work vigorously. Asu> further jk tails we will be aMe lo Inform our readers » next issue .— Balles Mountaineer. «Àg bis horse in a slow Walk, when an irishman on foot overlook him. " Good morning," s:iid the bishop.) "Good morning, vor honor,** repli- j ed Fat " Y on scorn to have the \ advantage of me in your mode of j traveling, my friend." continued j the bishop. " And 1,11 swap wid ! 7". » X er P»*"* *' r " Wa * ,be | renlv. rj ♦—; I >A bishop was moving aiung in a ! There has not iRen a day since Doug va8 defeated in the Presidential election, says the Chicago Time*, when the Dcmo-:r. t ic party was so strong, defiant und bojiefu! as it is to day. " \ Their hope must thrive on " Pauper's Pot » tage.'* D. Williams, a gentleman well known in Idaho, written from W hite Pine about ten days ago. He says there is nothing in that country to justify the rush to White Pine: that th*- country may last thirty days longer. but is bound to go under soon.— Statesman. A letter was lately received from Mr. D. Gold Di*»eovercd in England.— A »-nsation has been created throughout the eastern district of Southerland within the last few weeks, hy a report that gold had been found in Kidonan Strath. Whether it is in paying quantities is an- ther question. A girl of the period ««»mments thus upon Mormon ism : " How absurd—four or five wives for on«* man, when the fact is, in these times one woman ought to have four or five husbands. It would take about that number to support her decently." Batard Taylor has finished his tran«Ia lion of the first part or Goethe's u Faust," ît °d is now at work on the second. The P "" *' zuela, announces himself as a candidate tor <^inere«s in tic Eighth District of Indiana, J'. 1 " 1 /' ''"r®" J*!*®*"** 0 " ° r l-raU lu **" Untied ^Senate. Tile Salt l.ake Reporter connundnimizes thus: Why does Bngharn urge his disciple« thar^ng ^ _ _ Thomas N. Stillwell, minister to vene "Jhinm.k weddings." to btt celebrated on the flr .1 anniversary of the wedding day— provided married life ha* been happy. They ; arB oetoffroqo'uu occurrence, j A hoy. at an examination in school, was asked who discovered America. Th * ; answer- wa»« an ee < j Gilbert 102 yeare of age, re < «ding in Iowa, voted lor the Ursl and twentj j finit President—Washington and Grant t j grf sH has agreed to pay diaries Westmoreland's son bis lalaer's mileage as an electoral messenger. i English J. HUELAT & CO. * DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY' GROCERIES, I Wince, Liquors, ! j and Steel, ! CAL AND EASTERN MADE CLOTHING and BOOTS, Cigar*, Tobacco. Iron, , j ■ : ! • CAL and O'G N BLANKETS , Flannel* «SiCa**imere*, MmN Overshirt*, Under-Clothing, Glove*, Ladle* and Coildren'H Shoe«, Hosiery and Glove*, ! Sheeting*, shirting*, * ! Ticking*. and Table Lineix, : BRU 8 SELS 3 and 2 PLY CARPEfING, IIor*e-Shoe* and Nail*, Carriage Bolt*, A general assorment of Shelf Hardware. 1 ! ; ! a ' ;, ' oer5ü AK 1 -- - i ! India Rubber and Hemp Packing, J HUELAT .k CO. ltf ; ' OREGON APPLES ' CHOICE WINTER VARIETIES —1LSO— i Annortrd Vegetable*. C W CRANE ppnpr -p cpprePApT rq PERBIaE SFECTACLIiS For Sale by opposite Ewing J Cto'f, Washington St (ltf RAZILIAN, B Kl SN1AN AM) JAPANESE at C P. ROBBINS' 4tf t j : j « » i ! S HTÎPJIA*. n. rSLSEiTHÄLD. P LEBRECHT. HERMAN & CO., OWYHEE CITT. 8TLVER CITY ; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in (iEU.RAb MERCHANDISE. , S. E. romcr of Washington Street, Silver Cit^l.T. . RE NQI OB* ERIN« THEIR WHOftE stock of Dry Gouda, Fancy Goods. No tions, Ladies and Children's Shoes, &c., , J^L y OOST Are also selling at reduped rales their ! Fine Clothing, Huts, San Francisco Made Boots, j \ j j ! | ! newly received stock of clothing : Particular attention is called to their well selected stock of Groceries, Crock ery, Fine Cut und Natural Leaf Tobacco, Cigars, Iron and Steel. Hardware, Powder and Fuse. I and Willow-ware, ..ALSO.. ! \ Fine Liquors and the Celebrated Golden Sheaf Whisky. All of which we have in large quantities and offer for sale on liberal terms. HERMAN fc CO. ltf Arriving at the Store of Now t J. F. DYE. Washington Strut, Silver City , 1. T. A very superior assortment of Fall and Winter Clothing, Selected with care in San Francisco, ex pressly for this market. ...ALSO.... Groceries, Iron and Steel, Nails, Liquors, Tobacco. Cigars, And *o forth. All bought at low rates, and offered a prices that defy competition. J. F. DYE. Ltl HAYE YOU SEEN V K K D BdDVZKL L'S NEW STOCK OF GOODS Just retieived. consisting of Groceries, Clothing, Wall-Paper. Boots, Blankets, Shirts, Liquors, Carpets, Shoes, Hats, Under-Cloth inf;, Powder, Fuse, Hardware, Ladies' and Gent's KID GLOVES, Cigars, Tobacco. Meerschaums and other article's too numerous to mention. jja'Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. 1 will »*11 anything required in a MINING CAMP the same (tan be found anywhere in this Territory. cheap as FREI). BRUNZELL Comer Washington dk .'id Sts. Silver City. [ltfj FRANK LXNÜIR. HOLLA BUTCHKR. BUTCHER & LENOIR, WHOLESALE AMU RETAIL De ale I GENERAL MERCHANDISE Jordan Street, Silver City, I.T. in Opposite Webb k Myrick's Bank.) [2tf] OWYHEE LIVERY, SALE —AND— FEED STABLE West side Jordan Street , near the bridge. A. C. SPRI3GKR, Proprietor. j I I JINGLE AND DOUBLE BUGGIES, TEAMS AND SADDLE HORSES TO LET i Horses bnnght and sold,or Hoard by the Day, Week or Month. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR HAY AND GRAIN, gf? Call and see, and my terms will suit A. C. SPRINGER ltf yo«L I U tl COATS AND HOOTS, LiidlrC and Gent's \rrtte Over Shuts. 14tf) *t J Hl'ELAT A CO'S. * i RAILROAD STAGE LINE, ! HILL BEACHEY Proprietor. FALL A K R A 51 G E M E Si T From Silver City to San Francisco IN THBEE DAYS ! Æ 10NNECT1NG DAILY WITH THECAE» WinhemuuA, Nevada—'200 miles Iron, silver City4 Id»L^. orn.i the United States Mails and W., F & Co's Express, accompanied with Messen , gers. THE RAILROAD STAGE con nects every day at Boise City with HAL ! LEY'S PIONEER LINE lor all parts of Idaho, and with the OVERLAND STAGE lor Salt lake and Montana Fare to Winnemacca $45. Further Particulars, Inquires t£s~ F the Office at the Idaho Hotel, Silver City F. A. TODD, Agent. Silver City. Dec. 11, 68. BOOKS! BOOKS! A. V. BRADLEY, po&ojficx building , Washington St.. SILVER CITY, L T. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER in all kinds of I ! " ' BOOKS, STATIONERY Legal Blank* And 1 onrectionery. LL KINDS OF Cutlery, Pipes, A Tobacco, Cifçartt of the ii nest brand*. Hardware Paper, Wall Paper, .Manilla Paper, Wrupping Tw ine. Willow-ware. Toys and all kinds of YANKEE N O T I O N S, t The latest DAILY and WEEK LY NEWSPAPERS and M AGAZI NES from East and West received daily By Mull and Exprès*. All orders from abroad promptly attended to at the lowest rateE. In connection with this cstabliRhmcnt i also have a CIRCULATING LIBRARY ot over 600 volumes ol choicely selected Stand ard and Miscellaneous Books. A. V. BRADLEY It: APOTHECAKY'S HALL. t GRANITE BLOCK, i ( t Vest Side Washington Street. Silver Pity Sign of the Big .Mortar. J. A. RUPERT, Druggint a nil Apothecary. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in i Drag.,. Chemicals, Paints, Oils, W indow Glass, Patent Medicines. Fancy Good»*. And every article usually connected with THE DRUG BUSINESS. J. A. RUPERT Uf BLAKE & CO. « ASSAYERS, : 0 :. Gold Dust, («old and Silver Bul lion Melted and Assayed. E GUARANTEE Ol T R ASSAYS TO conform accurately to the standard oi the U. S. Mint Ban? discounted at current rates. Par ticular attention paid to assays of ore of every description. W Agency Manhattan Life Insur ance Company of New York. Cash A**et*.§5,000,000. Applications for Policies received and re ceipts given for Premiums, r OFFICE—Granite Brock, ^ilver^Citv. UC F. W. BLAKE, Agent WOO D ' S PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS. 777, Jordan Street, ICTUIM» TAKES IN ALL kinds of weather equally well. j 4S" I shall he real ter t»e personally in »1 I tendance each and every day. I 5to30 T. M. WOOD, Artist i --;--—; LIVERY STABLE IN FLINT. The Ancient Mariner t T .rt KKEFS A ». HORSE HOTEL In the Basement of Herman & Co.'s Store Owy hec City. GEO. DREW, Propi UTNAM'S PRESSED HORS* SHOE NAILS at IP J HUELAT k CO.'S.