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rLIST DISTRICT ADVERTISEMENTS.
ic " to ty M. L MARX, —DKALKK IS— OEItEKAL MERCHAVDISE, Main Street , Oteyhee City, Flint Dial-, I. T. 5tf RAMSDELL'S SALOON, Main-StOutyhee City, F Lint Liist. 11 nest and MOST APPROVED Beverages I Cigars etc., In quantities to suit customers. Call in and the house will stand treat W. I. RAMSDFsIsls. dlf mg.) DAN HOWARDS. Aï- BKMIS. BEMIS & EDW ARDS' S .A. LOO 1 ST, LEST STREET. LESTV1LLE. Flint District, 1. T. •• SAP,' BILLIARDS, AND CIGARS, of the very best quality, at the service of Cash C u » t o COME AND TRY THEM. BEMIS & EDWARDS. era. ltf - FOIJAMHH. GKO. CLAYTON. CLAYTON & FOLJAMBE'S WlIOLKSALE AND RETAIL liquor house SAMPLE ROOMS, Lentville. Lent Street, Fine Liquor*, Cigars an*l Every thing usually kept in a FIRST-CLASS SALOON. CLAYTON A FOUAMBE. ur W. R. rSIIKR. KEXBUfcH. p. h. qrx PACIFIC HOTEL tillACKENBUSH it USHER, proprietors. Main Street.Lentville. nvk intend to keep up With the Times, and the growth or ..or flourishing camp, and to show the Public . KNOW HOW TO KEEP HOTEL. QUACKENBUSII A USHER. that we ltf tidal wave floats, AND SO DOBS THF Washington Meat Market! Well stocked with the very best of beef THE MUTTON, PORK. Ml of which can be had at FAIR RATES. .rust give this Market a call and Dutch Philip, while serving you, will give a learned upon the quality of beefsteaks. lion interspersed with incidents of Australian ,fo_relate his experiences as a Dutch butch sr-boy among the Lit Star Brewery and Billiard Saloon. Jnr dan and Washington Sts. Silver City . 1 T., Proprietor. Fronting W». F. ftOMUKIU'AMP. PROPRIETOR takes this method of TU informing his old friends and Patrons tliat he has removed to his NEW SALOON, a rew doors north of the Old Stand,) where, a* heretofore, he will keep constantly on hand the very beat Wines, Liquors and Cigar« to be found in the market. —AIjSO— Three No. 1 Billiard Tables, with Phelan's Patent Combina tion Cushions. Orders left at the Saloon for I, A GBR BEER bottles, promptly filled at barrels, kegs or Moderate Charges. Wm. F. Sommxbcamp. ltf OREGON APPLES, CHOICE WINTER VARIETIES —ALSO— Assorted Vegetables, 0 W. CRANE. For Sale by Oppotile Eunny i Co'f, Wathinglon St [ltf Highflown— Our friend Peter Ronan, of the Helena Gazette, being the recipient of a box of cigars, pro nounced them leaves of the Early York, and frostbitten at that, where upon the Editor of the Post was presented with a box by Joe Potter, and thus 1 pnstrophi 7 .es : " While in our easy chair, inhaling the aromat ic perfume of those fragrant weeds, and thinking over the possibilities of life, we considered that for the un kind remarks of our cotemporary he was not to blame, for a life-long struggle with a corn-cob pipe, under the eoiton trees, in classic romantic " Pike," rarely improves the taste to appreciate, or cultivates suseepli ty to enjoy the perfumes ot a prime cigar, taper fingers of dark-eyed Senoritas, from the richest offering of sloping fields, swept by the blossom-laden zephyrs that come from broad cur rents washing the white sands of Cu ban shores." he should have had visions of female gels with rainbow wings bearing him in their velvet arms away o'er Elysian field» to fairer climes than human eyes have ere beheld, where amid balmy breezes beneath Cerule an skies he should have been bathed in effulgent moonbeams to the tones of slow music. e the art. aud by 'A U. His wrapt und folded L\ the While thus entranced an Tli< Celebrated Humboldt Hot Spring«.— The Springs are situated ex actly one mile southeast ot Elko, on the Humboldt river, on the Denver White Pine road. Humboldt in his history of travels, says. " that he has mad** no discovery equal ed in curiosity to these springs : that from perfect analysis they possess greater medical qualities than anv other waters known to man." The supply of water to this outlet liasses through a strata of bituminous shale the same that is used by the saloons and ho tels at Elko. From this shale the water lias ses over a limestone ledge, and sinks ; then it rises, and from the peculiar formation and composition of metals the waters assume heat sufficient in places to boil an egg hard in three minutes. The bathing pond used is ninety three feet wide by one hundred and twentv-four feet in length, the depth of w hich is unknown. The water flows in and out of this pond so as to create at different tunes currents of hot and cold water within six feet of each other. Dr. W. Bergman, a physician now in the employ of the Central Pacific Railroad, and W. T. Ballou, have leased the springs from the locators tor 50 years and have them fitted up for the comfort of hun dreds now visiting Elko. There w ill Ik* a ho tel, restaurant ami laundry erected, and a place lor the deligeut to be benefited without the aid of- medicine. Dr. Bergman, who made au analysis of the waters, finds that they contain chiefly soda, sulphur and iron, and îi*' renommerais them iu rheumatism, gout, affections of the liver and kidneys, and all kinds of chronic diseases, also uterine An hourly line or stages Irom Elko runs to the spring*.— Enterprise. A Great Grazing Couiitry.~A gentleman just in from Elko says that the region or country surrounding that place is the finest for grazing purposes that he has seen in the State. He says no liner or sweet er beef ean be found anywhere m the world than that upon which the Elkoites daily feast. The hunch grass is in many places three feet high, and loaded down with seed. The seed nf this sp-eies of grass is said to be more nutritious than barley, and horses and catt'e are very fond of it. There are immense herds of catile scattered throughout the coun try. Major Bradley, formerly of Stockton, California, has 15,000 head oi cattle in that region scattered about in droves of from 1 000 to 1,500 head. The hills lor miles and miles are said to be alive with cattle—there are literally cattle upon a thousand hills. The Whit* Pine folks need fear no scarcity or baef.— II) The gentlemaD is probably not aware that the abundance of White Sage a'ong tbo Hum boldt, was responsible far the fat beef. disease. now With what coutempt men speak of ' a woman's reason ; " boys even laugh at the way girls run, skate and throw stones. Men are ever making themselves the standard of all human excellency and perfection. Wo men make men happy in proportion as they reflect their opinions. They prefer that she shall not smoke, or chew, nor take snuff ; but thev don't care if she is nauseated with the odor or the bitter weed. She must re s poet his statute, tho' they striph«rof every inalienable right, or conflict with thathigh er law written on her soul by the finger of God. She must b*lieve his theology, though it pave the highways of hell with the skulls Of new bora infants, aud make Goda monst of vengeance aDd hypocrisy, when wo man awakens to the poetry ol real life of sci ence, philosophy and government then will the first note of harmony t* touched , then will the great organ of humanity be Ph»F*j on al! it* keya I am convinced that the moral and intellectual progress or the male a great risk or stopping, if not of ro that of the woman *T sex runs remains behind, and that not nothing can replace the mother for thoedu cation of children, but also brotmc the n_ fldence upon man himself of the character and ideas or the companion ofhishfccancot be insignificant ; woman must either push him forward or hold him back. -Mri. E. Cady Stanlm. at Hays Jeremy Bentham, " If the fsople of the nineteenth century are 'o bc gov-'fned^ those of the. eighteenth and those of the twentieth, by those in the nmeU-enth and SO on, the world must ever be g<''-erned by dead men. ' What those who have been under the sod tbr a Centura art better able to judge of thnviUl issues of this hour than those who live to [ltf day. PHOTOGRAPHIC. V H. E. LESLIE, datier}' & few doors below and nearly oppo site Granite Block. n'ciihinfftim st. Silver City, I. T. e HAVE MA" ROOMS WELL and NEATLY furnished, and am Prepared to do all kinds of work in the Photographing Line in the tatest and most improved styles of the art. Those wishing to obtain the Superior Enameled Cards, orthevery beautiful aud fascinating STS-PEARL [Porcelain] PICTURES cau accomplish their wishes by giving me a call. 'A supply of Mill and Mining Views constantly on hand. Iziekets and rings neatly lit led. Copying Done to Order Î H. E. LESLIE. t; ! 2lf PURCHASING AGENCY! JOSEPH L. KING, . .AT TUB. . ■'o. U. R. Stage Otllce, San Fra wmriLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE ▼ T and shipment by Express of any ar tides dasired by parties in Idaho or Nevada. His charges will be very MODERATE. ORDERS SOLICITED! AJy 1 ruler by permission to Hill Beachcy. Address JOS. L KING, Railroad Stage Office, San Francisco. Bo'23 THOS. COLE, Jr., & CO BANKERS. •» Idaho Citt, j Boisk Citt ; Crrv ; SlLVl Buy and Sell EXCHANGE a is be or ■id Western Stute» and Territorien ; PROCURE EXCHANG E On All Foreign Countries ; Buy and Sell Gold Coi ii,Currency and Bullion lltf] EDWARD BORMAN. door north ; East title Washington Street, of the Miners' Hotel SILVER CITY, MAN CFACTtRER Hi 4SD DKALKK IN Boots, Shoes, Gum Bool«* Shoe-Flnilingü. Etc., Etc., Ac. Y STOCK OF SAN FRANCISCO-MADE ! Bout.s—direct from the manufacturer, is COMPLETE. u —.ALSO— A very extensive shipment of Lent lier « ml oth rhicli I am prepared to make to order ANYTHING IN MY LINK. • Fine Stock, Ft 1 employ Non* but the Best Workmen. I and Personally SUPERINTEND THE WORK Goods of my own manufacture al ways hand. Repairing Neatly and Promptly at tended to. EDWARD BORMAN. It! i HOBT. H. WKKK!». JOHN K. BRIGHAM. STOVES! STOVES!! I FRESH ARRIVAL —AND— Price» Reduced BRIGHAM & WEEKS' Jordan SI ., Silver City. TV. HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE Largest and most complete stock of ; Stoves and Shelf Good* In oar line ever brought to this market, and Which we propose to dispose of al Re duccd rate* for Cash. »«- All kinils of work done to order. BRIGHAM A WEEKS. a the of ; re of sci the ro ltf FRANK KRAFT » t —DICALKB IN— STOVES, HARDWARE, j Tinware and Cutlery, n_ E. In the building formerly occupied by Blake A Co., below Tbos. Cole, Jr., k Co's Bank. Kieelleat Assortment Ff An _ TTN, SHEET AnTwJALVANIZED IRON. COPPER ANT) BRASS WARE or mv own manufacture. Mew W'ork and repairing done to order. of the and by a to FRANK KRAFT f RAZILIAN. B RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE I PEBBLE SPECTACLES at C. P. ROBBINS' i 4tf V THOS. EWING & CO » » GR1ÜITE BLOCK. .1. T. Silver 1 . _ BLANKET». Wholesale and Retail Dealers h t; IN E U A l, MERCHANDISE. 1 ! CLOTHING, ! W FLO IK. SVG All, j TEA, ( OFFER, - KICK. BEAMS. CANDLES, \ OILS, j TOBACCO« CIGARS. boots. HATS. LH*t ORS, SALT. IKON, i ; STEEL POWDER. FUSE. (ARDS, ! handles. SHOTKI.S. JEÏ .AJELIDW-A.3R.E of every description t I TJ AVIXG the LARGEST i AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK GOODS • brought to (his Market, We would respectfully iovitc ail itersons. and specialty Mill and Mining Men, to o&ll aud 9 ee us aud examine for themselves Evi i I I of ; Empress Cloth», We take great pleasure in In j viting the ladies U call and examine our STOCK* OF DRESS GOOD», j Merino«, Delaines, of every de*crlption. Having a very heavy Stock of PRINTS t selling We j I f j ♦Cheaper than the Cheapest ! aud of Ihe Best Figure* and Latest Bt>le«i —ALSO— SHAWL», j ' skirt», I hosiery. J a**. I ltf THOS. EWING * CO i W. D. BIGELOW, Diulih is GROfKIUES, WISES, LIUVORS. FI.OI 1», GRAIN and VEtiKTAHLES. s mate on Storage and Coni W Vdv mission Good*. ur W. H. DI RK.1, U&l. Af.LK* DDREN & ALLEN I Dealer« In W Ine«, Liquor«, Ale and Porter, Cigars, Tobarro, et • .Idaho Territory Silver City SAMPLE ROOMS* -Two doors Nh-w Miners' Hotel, Wellington Street |ltf Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave JOB PRINTINGOFFlt H. /'Mtoffice Buxldtng - Vtaalilnglua Street. 4>dL \ A. KINDS OF PLAIN AND ©XBAŒ3OTA2. ■JOB PRINTING N>ail> and Promptly done to order ^Udl Aft POSTERS . PROURA MMES. HAM> HILLS. SHOW ( ARl>S t BPS/\ESS CARPS RILL HEARS. LETTER HEARS PAY ROLLS LABELS TAOS RILLS OF FA RE IXVITATIOSS , AT HOUR CARPS, WKRB/yO CARRS STOCE CERT I Etc A TES LEO AL HLA SES MILL HL AS K S RE» El PTS. sorts i dt jm ill Ion : Oar Price« Defy C< Rusiürs» in«*ii of Uns City und County will confer a favor on the Proprietor* of the Wavk. keep their money at h**me f**r rifru latjnn, and exercise true economy by patron izing a borne institution We guarnnte» give entire sat i-faction in all our job work and all the diflercru e in the prices between our? and those of the larger cities will be tit** difference m the price of stork FOR THE HOLIDAYS. t NEU GOODS Î NEW GOOD-* i i W . 1 have just received th»* fin««« «lock of GOLD and SILVER WATCHES t'locks. Diamond«. Chali »et t«. Rin sfr; r-wart Fancy Good«, and Toy* Ever brought to Silver City, winch will t* sold very low lor cash. Chas. P. Robbins » I WATfHMAKEUÄ JFWF.LKIt. Hlfikr's tSrr }*n»oJ HuUding (OR AMTE BLOCK) WILL 8EIJ, I Wulrhrs, Fine California Jewelry, Locket« dt«. j Chain«, An low fe> can be purct»a«ed in the W-ad iug Jewelry House« in San Fimncuro. ltf j 1000 MEN WANTED ! —AT— GKAIiAH'8 SAMPLE ROOMS, ~TO Bar Hi» Ntork —or— I f PIKE LKtrOKS AID CIOAR9 ! / Wholesale and Relaxt ) ( litap for CASH. ta Give him « call and " Sample." j Washington st —one door south *f Second JAMES GRAHAM ! *r Br*n Ksl'a. What Y BING ABOUT To MAKE A VISIT TO the Atlantic States, I hereby give noth, j to all fMTsr.ns indebted to me that they mao ' come and settle or they will have c.-t* is pay All tho-e having just claims agataet me can have them paid oa presentation A C Hi'RiNf.KK I B III