SILVER CITY, OWYHEE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, APRIL ti, 1863.
The Tidal Wave of deeper soul«
And lifts us unawares
Out of all meaner care*.
inmost being rolls,
THE TIDAL WAVE
I» FUHIJ*HR1> 8BMI-WKKKLY —
T»«>d»r and Friday Morniafi.
T. J. A J. S. BUTLER,
, Fastoffice Building, Washington Street,)
TKRMH OF HUBSCRIPTIOH III CUKRKNCT !
Jingle Copy, per Year.
*• Six Months...
" One Month.....
. |10 00
Ole Square, 10 lines or less, one time $5 00
« Each additional week. 2 00
Professional cards, per Quarter
4^- A liberal reduction from the above rates
rill be made on lengthy or yearly advertise
.Ten Hues of this typt, or equivalent space,
make ono «quare.)
AgenU.—BLAKK k CO., at the Post
office. Idaho Pity.
I. J SWART, at Rogers' Store. Lentville.
CAPT GFO. DREW, at the Postofflce, in
Herman It Co.'s Store, Owyhee City.
H. H. I.AMKIN, City Book Shire. Boise
professional anb Busmtss Carbs.
F. E. ENSIGN,
ATTOttlIiEÏ AT LAW,
3H.TKR CiTT.Owyhee County, I. T.
st. near Second.
A. 1* SIMOSDI.
M< DONALD & CO
SILVER CITY. I. T. [lit*
HOFFER & MILLER,
Wholkbals and Retail
M A K K K T.
Washington SU, near Sommercamp s.
rich'd i. Johnson.
MARTIN & JOHNSON.
attorney» at law,
Silvkr City, Owyhee County, L T. [ltf
WEBB & MYRICK,
(Formerly King. Webb A Co.,)
JAS. H, GARDNER,
WJIOI.HSA LK AND RETAIL DEALER I«
fvane. Fire-Proof lluildmg, Washington
Street , Silver City , l T.
Mto UK. K. «RETE HAS RE
sumo-1 his -dd profession, and
prepared to i-orlbrin all operations in »n
tu.1 Surgery. Mechanicnl Hon
itMtrv. etc., at reduced rate».
door north of Hoffer At Mil
Office— 1 On**
1er « Meat Market, WashingtOO-rt
E. LOBEN STEIN,
A f.L KINDS OP MERCHANDISE
uonfreti«»»»« - Frnlls &c., «Lr.
. Errs, n«*»
WAR EAGLE HOTEL !
Washington-it- , Silver City , /. T
V . Blarkinger.Proprietor.
T HE PROPRIETOR of this Large and
Coniinodlou» Hou»e lias RefitUrd
and Refurnished the Establish meut iu su
perior Style, making it second to noue
:n the Territory.
Being situated in the business portion oi
_ it affords unusual facilities to the trav
ng public generally. Rooms fitted up
irocially for the U9e and
Accommodation of Kamille«,
ny Thankful for past patrouage no pains
w .n »vg snared to merit a continuance of the
V. BLACK INGER
Report on the Golden Chariot
l„e-b> Wm. Asnbu. ner.M.E. !
tr. D. Walbridga, Esq., Superintendent, :
has presented thus office with the report ol b
Prof. Wm. Ashburner Mining Engineer,)
Mr. Ashburner stands at the head of the pro -
a mining expert, and I
made* after a careful examination of the Gold
tbe loth of Feb. last.
on Chariot mine
fession in America ;
his reports are relied on b/ capitalists every
where in purchasing mining property :
This mine is situated on War Eagle mount
ain, near Silver City, lit the Owyhee Mining j
District, Idaho Territory.
The length of the claim upon the vein is
750 lineal feet; audit is a. part of;
formerly know, as the Ida Elmore tut
northern portion of the claim being still
worked under this came.
Vkin.—T he vein « a direction nearly
north and south, with a steep inclination to
the cast. It is encased in a hard granite, and
nuth from one fool to four lenk
The average width throughout the whole ex
tent of the works may be safely take
(Ikk.—T he ore taken from the mine is ex
ceedingly rich. It consists mainly of quartz
associated with free gold and silver, and tbe
simple, easily worked, suiphurels ol silver.
It yields in the mill from $125 to nearly $200
per ton. The yield lor December, 18H8 hav
ing been at the rale of $190 74, and that for
.January following, at the rate of $154 08
It is impossible to ascertain how much this
mine has yielded in the past, as a portion of
the ground was worked out before it passed
into possession of tbe present Company ; but
lulling ih« information furniriicU me by the
buiikiTK ol Sliver City with regard to the !
gros.s amount ol bullion produced, anil di ;
riding this sum by the number or ton» |
worked, wbicii would b,- obtained by cubing ;
the dimensions Ol tho ground excavatod, the .
aver.ige must have been between $117 and j
$143 )n*r ton. The Ida Llinore Compati} , ;
orks adjoin those of the (iolden
ihft north, and is furnishing ore
in every respect identical with that produced
by the Holden Chariot ran a ten-stamp mill
during tbe lust year lor ten months, upon
rock which averaged <1 unrig this whole period
$ 14« [sir ton The owners of this
sure me that iheir gross production since the
atumn of 1807, lias been In the neighborhood
w-orked through a shall 350 lee i deep, sunk
Upon the vein 105 feet south of the northern
line of the cXim. The first level is 47 feet
from the surface, and has been run north ui
the Ida Elmore line, aud south 15« feet, at
which point the ore became ul an inferior
as suspended. Above
The Golden Chariot .Mine is
qu.ilnv, and work
^mtevel «lithe ore has been removed to the i
The b ocond level is 100 foet below the first,
or 147 from the surface. North of tho shaft. J
woÄoutt'Ä Elmore ^ j
abont 75 tons, which will be removed early ,
of excellent quality most of the distance
Slopes have been raised from this level to
ward the one above, aud it is from this por
tion of the mine that must of the ore is now
being taken. The vein at the southern end i
of the drift was 16 inches wide, and work
will be continued in this direction until tiro j
seenby^an inspection of tbe accompanying
map that the .shoot m at least 50 leet longer \
ks this level than it was on the one above, j
The shaft has been sunk 104 feet below the |
second level, and drills have been started i
from the bottom beth north and south. Tbe
vein at the southern end of the drift is fully
three feet wide, and the ore excellent, while
at the end of the northern drill it is about
32 inces in width. As soon as slopes can be
opened in theso drifts, the work ol sinking
^Rraaavîsî-^rheaocom^mying map of this i
mine shows the extent of the underground
works as they existed at the date of my ex
hastaen'removrf^foralength of 1W5 feet. 01 *
Between the first and secoud levels north j
of the Shalt, there is a bliick of ore standing ,
; ÄÄ » Ä :
about 1,125 tons remaining. 1
Below tho second level, and down to the
plored'oif two sMe<k and («jtially on a third, i
Lid there are no indications which would
lead me to suppose that the drifts which are
atjove The s»?con«l level passed through tx
cellent ore in lioth directions; the shaft has
explored the vein 104 fort below the slopes,
the appearance of the lower drifts is vary
satisfactory, as exposing ore or more than
average width and finally, the Ida Elmore
shalt, which hks been sunk 50 feet north of
the Golden Chariot line, about Ihirty feet
lower than the shaft ol this latter company,
shows at the bottom, as I understand, the
vein as being af good width and carryingex
eellenl ore. While I enlertain no doubt of
the truth of this statement. I was unable to
..toritv it« mrurai v bv mv own observation,
I! therel^ro K-veSd feet ofw^rin the
shaft, and the s.d**s were being timbered l
able however, to examine a point 54
feet down which would correspond to a level
•24 fed ab<>ve the bottom ot tbeGtddcn Char
iot shaft, and there saw tbe vein of moru
than average width, and carrying ore
to any that has b* -n taken from the^mine.
If now we assume the length of the oro
shoot on the third level of the Golden ( bar
.«it to be no longer than it lias already bee
; above, and that the vein
. )uud in the
preserves the same average widthi,fhe block
! wo°SÄ j
: present rule of production, after all Uie on
b LisLe!l 1 ( seeon'1 level shall have I
MiLUraG.—The ore being derived from this ]
mine is being tattled by the Owyhee Mining .
Company, at a price which varies from $10
to $20 |>er ton, aoording to the richness of.
lhf The work performed by this com
I puny is ex< client, and the results compare
' most favorably with those obtained by any
1 The tailings as- ;
.... only from $8 to $13 pei ten, m- from . .
I to 8 per cent of the origins! contents ol the
! other mill in the country-.
j T(|( , monlhly r , ro dnct of this mine, at pres
ent varies from 300 to 350 tons, and the
«"> inclu ding mining, milling,
trmisporuukm'of ore from the mine to the
distance of 2V miles, and all dead
wo . m from *j5 poo to $17,000 monthly,
These exoensess when applied to the ton
but it must b. born in
^ h j though rich, is narrow,
rock ' is ha ^ ^ n„.r costs
* Idaho Territory as
of the mere recently discovered mining dis
Giant powder is used with
groat advantage and -success iu this mine in
sinking the shaft, mid will bo employed in
the slopes, provided the new 4 • 75 percent
powder, ' which is now being manufactured,
proves all that is claimed for it in the way of
being stronger, and producing by its combus
tion no noxious fumes. This latter defect is
all that has stood in the wav of its more
general use and application when the rock to
be worked is hard ; and could It be employed
in the drifts and slopes <»f this mine, an
economy ol probably not less than 25 per
cent could be realised upon the cost of
isprn vidc<l »Ith all th. mich. ne
! forsucceasrul workiug. The host
; .> , ()rks an . powerful and amply sufficient'
| jjs working and rotor.' dtvelopment
; propartv No difficulty 1» experienced
. )mm waW •„ lht . raine is comi^ratively
j All the buildings are new and substau
tncts of Nevada.
CoxcLrsios.—To conclude, therefore, I
would give an my opinion, that this properly
possess** great present aud prospective value
That there are in sight, and thoroughly de
veloped, about 1.200 tons or ore, between the
iirsl and secoud levels, which it api**are safe
to assume will yield an average of $150 per
ton, or $180,000.
That between the second and third levels,
the vein is developed on two sides, and par
tiallv on a third, by the shaft and drifts, and
that'so far ;is explored, there appears every
indication that this portion of the mine will
furnish at least 4,000 tuns of ore the average
value of which, there is now no reason to
suppose, will provo less than that taken from
i HoI ,; Edwttrd Bat . s. .v ho .lied at
st. Louis. Mo., on tlto 25th of March, was a
J Dative of Virginia but has resided in St.
j Is.u.s lornearly forty years Hew^ahvay
, a whig as long as there was a vertage of that
: noble-Id p«ty leftto cling to, and when it
was no more, Mr Bates was compelled to
ciux^e between his old enemy. Democracy,led
»... intrigue and supported by the ignorance
- ,,, ,
i aud rowdyism or an irresi>on.s>ble nibble, and
t ^ e young national and patriotic party which
j wag its place in opposition to the old
scarlet prostitute, and stepping torth boldly
\ , n t:,r advocacy of the rights of man. Mr.
j Ba ,„ was t(K> sound a patriot to hesitate
| r .... . ,
i moment in deciding as to Ins duty,
ardent, tlrui amt consistent Repub-■
and did much in forming und mam
u ™"> ^ ..„,1,
tainmg a national sentiment in hi Lomu
before during the war. In private 111«.-,
^ , ir( , informed by [lersonal acquaintances,
i that «r. B. was one of the purest minded
metl , tia t ever lived, and was as happ) as a
twenty children, all refined, highly
* respected. *ed,ent and good, could make
j him As Atty. General under Lincoln s ad
, tj u fully sustained tbe distil.
: ruTshcd reputation so^long maintained mpri
1 vale life. Bates and lkrtts, two old laud
. are e
i stood against the storm of Dcuiacrucy, mi*
njle ^«iiou and war. haring their breast.
defiant i„ ^ust every blast ol political heresy
for three-quartere uf a - W- «
each^ " whon he had accomplished his day,
of 0 „ e of tl „. overland Stage Drivers writes
Democrat from Mountain Meadows
to Jie o comments on tie
makiug some very just comments n
enterprise of John Haley, the proprie o o
of but winds up with an awkward at
to me conqueror of Ioe, by
tempt to ridicul. t - 4
Bup|jWing (^n. Grant s head to be compowd
l d roarsft hair. Hi« friend«
54 oi .
had b< ,J
uin j y q,*« not fffled the opinions of any
Like sturdy oaks, they
the mid.it of hi« family
lav down in peace
and friends, and yielded op their pure live
to Gqd, who gave them.
,,t those who have np;n*>
cl Grant in cither . mil.ury or civil capacity.
ugh** one and a quar
$1,000,000 in gold
Senator Morton has accepted the • *
inviUlion »I the Botirü of Commis- 1
siontTS of lilt' Gettysburg Nritionitl ;
CotneWrT, lo deliver HU address oil ,
] ^ g rst () j j u j„ n ,, It QQ t |, e oCt»- j
. . .. ...
sum ol the dedication ol the «'inn 1
„riirinal miem will he !
»Mil. .-VI original poem will
read by I his ant Taylor, and Uet
' ' . , ... .
; Heart Ward Iteecher will officiate ,^
. ;| , chaplain.
Kkv. Dr. Konti, ol Kaltimore. re- (
ports that when in New 1 ork he |
went to a church where he '-heard
an( j j; oSS are a j| Milwaukeeans,
; for company,
music that made him wundi-r how
ht* (jot in without a ticket.''
That's better than being j
A. T. Stüwaüt .Nells sim w U nt |
Sknatow C»r|ipnti'r,Scburi, Harri« j
Ciiickkns neck» anil door hulls are
inli bu started a
A. 31. 1.1
KIKST CLASS RESTA IRA NT
at George Merritt'» old stand
on WRNhington Stml.
I near Long Gulch.
i H p: OOS M 01*01. IT AN will n«H l»e behilH
j „ nv t . ut ing publishment in the Territory m
«<*»«* * " r4, r ° r ,|H <*■«*••«•*•
. Come and try it once and you
J * B /
[ Ch«rgt n üloderate.
! ölf ,\ m IJSOOMH
W ». (JARKIHL.
| " Gulden Chariot" SalOOU,
*i> vl' I?
OLD C G K > r- 1A,
jmtUA N .V «KCOND HT.IKK.Tk |
j jr APr ^ Proprietor*.
pINK A(r „ v , i,,,„ iTl„s- for-h.*-bo
. J* w m,t to s,. ;,. an .^omig m s ■ omh.ri
; able room with all trro «* ur. i ai i.iv .
, * *
» |,i, NOTES AND ACCOUNTS DUE HI
A KAMI) ROSKNCRAN» are |«iyableto
' the undersigned during Mr. R's alwence.
j TH0S . j BITI.EK, Agent
1 ('HOICK WISTKR V ARIETIES
THOS. COLE, Jr,, & CO
E»,tm, »..«1 Western JMmtes»««!
^ • , j
} Qu All Foreign UOUIl tHeS , .
Huy and Sell
(j 0 l<f ( oln.Ccrn m y *$ml ILillion
I all other Gamru,
lia VU lilt < lg»l> Bill!
7,API* A GABRIEL
\otlre to Dell#qu«nl«i*
C. W. CRANE
(jypnsiU Firing A Co's, Washington ft |lf
, For Sale by
Bom Citr ,
Silvkr Citt ;
Huy and Nell
K X < If A % G K
U K AND (»KEEN SPUTA
CLK8 to provent slow blindnes s at
[6tf | C. P ROM BIN«
* llvrr €l| 7
( urn nt—Coin Hair».
lard " _
Simp » keg. 1 gal.
Crushed Sugar p 10U lbs
,^ lTt , nIr 7 SuKlr ..
Green <Ioffe. ''
JjjîjJ,, l<otalM% , ;Um , Mr
$ T OOKi, : to
30 ÜOw. JA 0t
70 ÜtX* 7é U#
43 ijomi «*.* 0»
17 OUd« J0 tv
37 60,14 to 0«
•SO M at
Tomatoes, Corn, Pnaa, etc.,
JjjJJjjJ™ 1 "' ** .!**''
15 IW.« 1« ot
Hominy I» 100 &•« .
Soap Ÿ !*>x . .
« '.in Um I bos.
Yeast Towd*» Tf gross .
ItlastiriK Powder Y keg..
:> oo * 6 st
42 to oe
ÄI MX* ÎA 00
H ixx* lo 00
40 oout to 0#
110 (NX* 1^0 00
OO OUfu.'JUt 1 00
5 I NX-« • OB
fi nix.« IJ 00
40 (XX4 to 00
Fu»e Y l«0 It...
SUxd Y lbs.
i Handles 9 dev...
,Hope h loo Its ..
>> lou tt.s ..
Tobacco «> b
I'igars >• M..
' foal Oil. 1> case.
lard Oil •• _
Whiskies 1* gal.
Brandies " .
Kiim and Gin"
Dry GtHMlf, (Totlutig. Hatx
mrding lo quality
JOHN M. ABBOTT,
('ARPENTER and .IOII-HIHIR
»I KDxTK A Dt
! AND U.I. KINDS OF WOOD WORK V 4Dk
TO OKDKR ON
OINK LI HU Kit for ulr m( tl.»
NEW SHol*, lower end of WM-Hlungtc»
Street, Silver City, I. T
TKRIIV1 € A S llff |ltf
w R TAN ci h»
J. S. VAN SLYKE & BRO.
Wholesale and Hetail Deab-rx )0
(. K N K It A L MKKf ll AN DDK
Hoot», Mkh-h, anil ('l«»thin||
of Kverjr DfwrlpGnu
LARGE AH80KTMKNT of .«*belf Kar«
ware. CarpeoPir'« Trod«, Ac
Mild» DJBN18H1NQ QOODH, o o a rt st t»n
VI hlaklea. Brandie» and Wlae
of every Dentrlplloa and
Wo would cal! «perlai attenlioo W» a«
Stock of dothlBf, which we are m-JIi»* ai
price« lower than ever a»»Id
J H VAN8I.YKK * BRO
Itegular ('om ma nient Ion
of Owyhee Litige No. 6, A. F »n«
A M , held al Maeofiii: Hall <»n Sal
Sah$r<lay earning for xnstrurtvm,
Vt nr Knute I odgt, lo. O. Weeta
Thumlay evening« |»rer»-**lirig the full «<«•
monthly, and weekly for inainirUon
•r fn hiro th» full moo*
'clock P ■ Meei 4 IW|
II» yhrr Lodgr, ^la. 4,
m *•♦*(« hi Krvlay of each w»*k
at 7 o'clock r v at Maaool»
lt«K«ilar mtetlngs of th«*
\yw Indeprudent Order *»f Good T**rn«
jMghff-Tt today eveniofa a»
o'clock Gw. Vans W C T
1IM COATS AND
luidl.«' mil G.at'. »reih it»«
Mho,«, I4lfj ,t f HUBLATAO-»
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