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Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave.
Editor. T. J. BUTLER. « I « Tuesday Morning, April », IK«». matter • n every jage— **-Oi lltinal latest outside. D.M.Richardson, ths great msnufac turer or matches at Detroit and 8t. Louis, ha* published a plan for returning to specie payment without financial revulsion. He recognizes the necessity that compelled the Government, at a time or great national peril and financial distress, to resort to a paper medium, and argues that the war being end ed, taxes reduced, and expense* curtailed a broad and comprehensive policy should at once be adopted and promulgated, by which at a staled time in the future a resumption of specie payment will tie established, that business men, and especially the detitor class, can shape their business su as to meet the shock that a sudden change of values would necessarily incur. To avoid a shock, the work of resumption should extend through a tenu of years, In order to give the people a chance to adjust their business to meet it. He would extend the facilities aud encourage tbo national hank system as the best and most effective means of banking ever yet invented. He would at ouce in the circulation of these banks $200. - 80 crease 000,000 and withdraw that sum iu green backs. These greenbacks should be cancelled by a new issue of bonds bearing 3 66-100, being one cent a day on each $100. These bonds should be deposited as a basis for the new national bank issue and increased as fast a* it i* possible to withdraw tho greenbacks. The old bonds now tionai banka should, as fast as they mature, be converted into these 3 Oft 100 bonds.— Greenbacks should cease after a rertain pe deiH*it by tho na riod named to lie legal teuder, except for in. tern al revenue, and when paid in for that purixwe to I» destroyed. The Government, in the meantime, having redeemed the greenlm ks in the national hunks in coin those institutions will be able to redeem When a bank their own pa|ier in coin, breaks and is forced into liquidation it* cir culation should be treated as greenbacks and The tariff retired in the same manner, iibould !*» so regulated as to insure our annu al export«, other than gold, «»lall at h urt *-qual our imports, gel the money for as much a« we buy abroad can k«*cp an amount equal to our gold produce in the country, to" $70,000.(MX) annually, which in three will amount to $210,000.000, which, So that if we sell and ow n hich amounts years with the amount alrosdy in the country, will,he estimate*, enable the country tu easily and without interrupting trade resume specie By his system of bonds he caleu payment. Utes a saving in interest of $$0,000,000 nually. aud constantly diminish the interest 1*0,000,000 a* the dein diminishes, elc. We linvo not room to follow the writer through his plans for raising to par the value of floating bond*. The lncn.se of the de rnand tor labor, etc., etc. " Honest industry purities the life of brings in its tr (rot He chines as fol low*: "a people; idtenet "crime and revolution." vice. In 1861 * memphis merchanthy the of Sprague wrote u» A. T. Stewart that it tho reported offer «*f Stewart to Sottes $1,000,000 was true that in ither he nor »a me loan the Unite«! ! hi« neighbors would pay the debts they Lite house of Stewart .v Co. nor patronize it to which Stewart returned th«; tn future; follmving r« ply : Dk IK Sik : Your letter, roquent ing to know not 1 had etl**ml a million of «loi whether Istn to 111# Government for tho purposes ol the war. an«l üt tb»' same time informing that neither yourself nor >our tri«*nds w they naatucml. «Mild pay i heir del MS to the tirru tnui bet u received, treni« to bo universal rii«« intention not to pay in the South, aggravai ed in y«*ur case from tl»*« !*«*♦ that u d«*ss not anse I'roiu inability ; but whatever may t«* , and that *.t ««tiler* i «•ours**. .villli i «» ,i.. your «leterminati« South, it «hal! not change in« that I have of p«»-. Ui«> five iusiitutnms bleb in common with til «»there. All l< and if the United Stall under \orth or South, protection to Lie, liberty u the f«i liest rhirh these .m l pruperty have i«*eu enjoyed mauner. blessing* are dite ca!I« Ufern n*T cit;w*ns t«* Bfotua tlie Capital of th«-1 ujou from threat .' üthough the«»ffei t-« whuii you refer has not in term« been 1 vet dedicate all that 1 have, an«l will, it Bailed, my life to the service of th«' country ; for to that country 1 am bound bv the nr-rig eat tie* OT affection ami «luty. I had hoped -«see would f»e l«>yai t«i the t'«>nsti Tho Govc-rum* tit to de by n»e Ui.it T«' lull' mi, but, h«iw«*ver exti-usiv«- my «ion «>r répudiât ors. a« long an there at« any to uphold the sovereignly of the l iiiiedStates. 1 shall t*e with them. sup|«orting the flag. For having the temerity to aaeribe a greater degree ofindustry to the Democrat In the eollei-tiou of loc.i items than »1* ex bibitnd by the SUMsmm of late, th# latter gets even on the Wavs by copying copiously from its columns and giving credit to the The dog light published in the I Wavk and commented mi by tb«» Statesman c *mmon cure hut was ■ high toned and pain. ,i« : «•» the »..horitle, uid aristocracy of the place We, tike Lh. Statesman, would ecorn t.. report a common acrub light. . I «7 miles east of Sacramento City, on the , a P Railroad, and is the present term.nua j for the. White Pine travel, and the western end of the great Overland Mail via Salt lake, m well a» the freight depot for Utah. All freight not for the use of the railroad must pass through the different Express Compa ! , , . ^ , _T , ~ v. nies before .t will be forwarded. Freight for White Pine if divided between this pi»» Argenta and Reno, and the rate to ibis point is eight cents per pound. F.lko contains ' sixty eight canvass houses where business is Letter from Elko. Elko, Nevada, March 27th, 1A69. K.o. Wav»: As the people of Owyhee are not generally posted in regard to this portion of Nevada, I drop you a L-w lines containing mich hastily collected items as 1 think would be most interesting. Elko is situated about - ; being done, and fifteen built of lumber: Nineteen shops where liquor is retailed, twenty-tour stores, twelve lodging tenta, fourteen restaurants, one hotel, four livery stables, two drug stores, two blacksmith shops, three meat markets, three bakeries, three tin shops, two harness makers, three doctor, one narber shops, two breweries, law office out of employment, P. M. Eder k • fortune Co.'s bank, two express offices, teller (Veoomte), a few John wash houses. mile from here,Ballou's Hot Spring. and, The C.P. Railroad have located, at Carlin, for machine shop and locomotive depot, at the mouth of Maggie Creek, 445 miles east of Sacramento City, and west of Gravelly Ford a few miles, in a delightful valley, where sage brush lots in what is the business por tion of the town in prospect are held at the rate of $20 the front foot, with corners re val cities claim to be in the exact spot, When the „ult I* known, which will bn in a few days, sage brush will go up or down servad for tho highest bidder. There i* great interest felt ill regard to the terminus of the Idaho road. Those two ri to a very great extent Col. Davis aud party have not yet arrived, hut Hill Beaehey and Col. Preston are anxiously awaiting them. $50. with Passage to White Pine from here three or four stage lines crowded, will« seats engaged one or two days ahead. Many des lined for the latter point make away with their packs on tlieir hacks—about forty each day. The road* have been nearly impassable, aud at. Hamilton, where the stage route ends, ladies have tieen comitelled te remain in the stage one half of the night for wtnt of accom modations. and part of the following day, in the Office or W . F. A Uo., while those gentlemen were striving to find some place to make them comfortable. The advice of every one from then; is to remain away a wo'ka until the Winter somewhat urt n few Rut, on we go with th»* great mo abates. mg mans,who still poor in at the rate hundred p«*r«tay. men. women and children. Men ' sparring " their meals an* plentiful. How this will end we can only gueys. Very few have returned except those who have Itw ruv. nwuai \ business. There ia no s«-.arcity in White rine for tho-<* who have the means U» buy, and the price* are not high, except ferrent*, ' which are represented as being exorbitant. The ore shown here from the «tiff rent mine« i* rich .1* could be desired, but further I know of one de of fol 1). Power. not I T.B.Fttzhugh furnishes us the Herald published at Snclling Merced <'o. Gal. Th« pa|>rr is well sustained with advertising pat ronage, and the freshness and crispness of ttf local* give assurance of a prosperous ami A iM*iglitM»rhood in pl<*a.s*nt plare to live, the county, divided off under two captai ns ivcently, an« l took a general hunt, i t.. rnl tho farmers of Cayote«. Magpies. order There were twenty Squirrels, Crow« etc. .» men on a side, and iu three oi lour «laya other even l*rty mad«' 886 points, the one SiKi The losing party hid to treat the whole neighborli«»od to an excellent dinner. A protracted meeting under the manage meut ol Birhop Marviu ol the Melb«Kiist Church South is in progress at Hopeton etc. s. " n rÄt il-ci.l.-i that Og'l'in sh.HiM he the |K»iUt wht-re tho two reuda should unit. This is rorreot, although the Uuion Fat ifle is grading « c.msnlcrabl« distance to the westward of iliat |v.int It i« true th.it tb«* Union Pacific reached that p«'int in advance of the Central, but it did .so by slighting their work, andleav ing a portion untimshMi, whilst the Central Pacific baa been finished io a substantial manner as it progressed, leaving no part $ obsiruct**d. — Sac. over which travel porter. Pnprr bouwa art ih e l*t' s « eronomlcal „„vein in the Western Suies the only wood used iu their .-on^irtl' tion is the iranie. The |M|>er is «1 prepared a* to Iw tire and wan r prool, light, durable and .heap, the cost tn:uig not over iron* ou"-t .urth 10 one third a- great as that of »ood. are being made for tl*e removal of the troo[w from camp Lyon Lieut. Wuyniire was in town on Arrive préparai:* to Arizona. Friday and Saturday trying to engagea maker and blacksmith to put the I wagon wagun s in orter. Cni-m J *. ^ il un , , lt eighty mil. - west o«<> n „id contest the Senate resolution hxitig the junction at 1 iguea ant the M. The Humboldt Register labors with a zeal wurtby a beuer cause in the endeavor to per suade weak-kneed Republicans into the Democratic t*arty by pretending to have in augu rated an indej>end®nt niovciDcnt, one that Ignores all old party questions and has tor its chief Corner Stone, a hatred of Chi I men. Republicans are invited to pledge , to tbe #upport „f Democratic j ^ measam iu future , ,«ew.se, for ^ rarty Ls in favor ol ^ Fl|twulh An „ ndmeul to the Constitu ! . m their opposition to Oowyi t ^ ^ M they pretend, J" " eir l ,„ I , u , lUe amendment, ^ ^ U) c , Uzcns only,and not ' ^ chjIul|n( . I) » T |„, deception is too shallow, y. lion, giving to every citizen of the United ; States the right 'o vote. Were they sincere and inde and will uot catch any Republican worthy A lew haugers on to all parties the name. always easily caught by every chaffy pretense ; but if a genuine Republican, who is such from a patriotic love of hi? country and liberty, should be led astray by any such device, he will be ashamed of his weakness and despise the crafty trickster who deluded him into the support of der false belief that he was working in the are aristocracy Beware of the interist of the laboring man. lecturer or writer on the dignity of labor,you will Und in nearly every case the man who has fallen iu lore with labor and the laborer, is one who h** never done a day's work him self and would l»eg or starve rather than earn a living by labor. The real laboring man has no very high appreciation of hard work and would exchange places with the capi talist and live without labor. The advocate of Democracy seeks to convert his hearers to Democracy and keep them Democratic. The Republican advocate, endeavors to make and keep them Republican the religous ad vocale to convert and keep h,s flock religious and it the poorinau s advocate labors for any , . purpose, it must be to make, and keep them . P°° r It is the unuwseuline men who fight most against tho influence of women .—El Dorado. BOOKS! BOOKS! ' /~'&!% of a A. V. BRADLEY, Postoffice building, Washington St ., SILVER CITY, I. T. WHOLK8ALK AND RKTAJL OKAI.RR in all kinds of ! j HOOKS, STATIONERY Legal Blank« Confectionery. 1 ■ And Yankee Notions. ! A LL APPEALS TO THE ASSESSOR OF /1l Internal Revenue relative to erroneous or valuations, assessments, or enu- i mendions made ami taken by assistant as- i sensors in the Division of Idaho D is tri ct, must be made m writing at my office, in B() j s0 on or before the 20th «lay of j April. 1869 Austin Savage, 3013* V. 8. Amemor, Diet of Idaho. NOTICE. I I Dissolution Nollee. f|YHE COPAUTNERSHIU HERETOFORE | , Pu I,g Vu "incis in Flint District, I of Owyhee County, I. T., under the firm name of Phifer «V I*awrcnce, is this day dissoh ed by mutual consent, (ico. Phifer continues the business and will settle all outstanding accounts either for or against tin* late firm. GEORGE PHIFER, .1 C. LAWRENCE. Flint District, March 23d. 1869. . Phifer and J. C in ns FOR SALE. the f « HK RESIDENCE OF DR. TIBBITS. 1 Medical Point Avenue, is f«>r rent or sa!«* cheap. Apply to T. J. Butler, Wavb office. 30 1,000 DOZEN FRESH EGGS ■ rsT RECEIVED AND FOR SALK AT is ,J| |^ nV sst Rat*s. 30sggstr By SAM HKIDLEBERGKR of part OWYHEE LIVERY, SALE —AND— FEED STABLE West tide Jordan Street, near the bridge. A. C. SPKDGRR, Proprietor. wood and the S one TNGI.E AND DOUBLE BUGGIES, TEAMS AND SADDLE HORSES TO LET. Horses bought and sold,or board by th«" Day, Week or Month. HIGHEST PRICE PA ID FOR HAY AND GRAIN. HT Call and sec, and tav terms will suit A. C. SPRINGER for Lyon on the ltf you. ^ n the JH A INTS. OILS. SPIRITS 'J't It. PEKTINE, VARNISH, WHITE LEAS and Artists' Tube Colors. at 1 HUELAT 4 CO'S, ur 1 P. LKBKKCHT. M. HKRMAN, D. KKL.HKNHKI.fX HERMAN & CO. * OWYUKX OTT. KILVKR CITY ; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GENERAL. MERCHANDISE. ■ C i y. l\ comer of Washington Street, Silver j City, I. T. fc A RE NOW OFFERINC! THEIR WHOLE A stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods. No tions, Ladies and Children's Shoes, &c., .A .'! 1 COST. Are also selling at reduced rates their newly received stock of clothing : Fine Clothing, Hat«, Francisco Made Boot*. Particular attention is called to their well selected stock or Groceries, Crockery, Fine Cut and Natural Leaf Tobacco, Cigars, Iron and Steel, Hardware, Powder and Fuse, and Willow-ware. ..ALSO.. Sai . . wines. Fine Liquors and i he Celebrated Golden Sheaf Whisky* have in large quantities All of which aud offer for sale on liberal terms. HERMAN & CO. ltf J. HUELAT&CO. ' DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY' GROCERIES, Liquors, ClRars, j Tobacco, Iron, of and Steel, CAL. AND EASTERN MADE CLOTHING an«l P»im CAL. and O'GW HLANKKTS, Flannel* & ( :» Mt n'H Ov Und« . -Uirts. Clot hing. Ladle« and Shot*, Hosiery a ltd Gloves, ! CoUrtr*-«'** j Sheetings. Shirtings. 1 Ticking*. and Tabic Linen, BRUSSELS 3 and 2 f'l.Y CARPETING. ■ ! Noils, H o rue-Shoes Carriage Bolts, A general assorment of .Shelf Hardware, ! OF i as- i ct, in of j India Rubber and Hemp Packing. India Rubber Belting and a General As sortment of Merchandis**. J. HUE LA T A UO. It! I HAVE YOU SEEN F H K D B ft U N Z E L L'S NEW STOCK OF GOODS Just received, consisting of Groceries, Clothing, | I ed Wall-Paper, Boots, Blanket*, Shirt*, Under-Clothing, Powder, Fi Hardware, Ladle** and Gent'« KID GLOVES. Cigar*. Tobacco. Meernchaum« and other articles too numerous to mention Liquors, Carpet*. Shoe*. Hat*. C or JSFUall and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. I will sell anything required in a MINING CAMP as cheap as th*; same can be found anywhere in this T«*rritory. AT j earner Washington * 3d SU. Silver City. ! [ltf I FRANK LF.NOIK. ROLIaA BUTCHER. BUTCHER & LENOIR, W HOI.KSAI.K AMP RETAIL Dealer* In GENERAL MERCHANDISE Jordan Street. Silver City, I.T. Opposite Webb ft Myrick's Bank.) [2lf) - W II OU' .8 LET. PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS) suit 777, Jordan Street, It TURKS TAKER IN ALL kinds of weather equally well. P gsy I shall hereafter be personally in at tendance each and every day 5to30 T. M WOOD. Artist [UTRi Flftiâ YOUNG HYSON ri TEA and 0«.D JAV A ( OF FER. Superior articles for family use. al J. HUELAT 4 CD'S It. LEAS to RAILROAD STAGE LINE, HILL. BEACHEY Proprietor. FALL ARRANGEMENT From Silver City to San Francisco IN THREE DAYS ! i CONNECTING DAILY WITH THE CARS j ^ Winnemucca, Nevada—200 miles from silver City, Idaho Carries the United States Mails and W., F. fc Co's Express, accompanied with Messen gère. THE RAILROAD STAGE con nccts every day at Boise City with HAI LEY'S PIONEER LINE for all parta 0 f Idaho, and with tbeOVERLANDSTAGE tor Salt Lake and Montana For Further Particulars, Inquire at the Office at the Idaho Hotel, Silver City CHAS. M. HAYS, Agent. Silver City. Dec. 11, '68. ltf APOTHECARY'S HALL. granite block. (West Side Washington Street , Silver City,) Sign of the Big Mortar. J. A. RUPERT, Druggist and Apothecary. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Patent Medicines, Fancy Good*. And every article usually connected with THE DRUG BUSINESS. J. A. RUPERT. ltf BLAKE & CO., ASSAYERS, : 0 :. Gold Dust, Gold and Silver Bul lion Melted and Auayed. E GUARANTEE OUR ASSAYS TO conform accurately to the standard ol the U. S. Mint. Bars discounted at current rates. Par j ticular attention paid to assays of ore of every description. w Agency Manhattan Life In*ur I y of New York. . $5,000,000. ante C< pi Ua*h A**«*t* Applications for Policies received and re ceipts given for Premiums, OFFICE—Granite Block, Silver City. F. W. BLAKE, Agent Itl Now Arriving at file Store of J. F. DYE, Washington Street , Silver City . I. T. A very superior assortment of Fail and Winter Clothing. Selected with care in San Francisco, ex pressly for this market. ....ALSO.... Groceries, Iron and Steel, Nails, i Liquor«, Tobacco, Cigar«, And «o forth 43" All bought at low rates, and offered at prices that defy competition. Itl J. F. DYE. FRANK KRAFT f —DEALKK IN— STOVES, HARDWARE, Tinware and Cutlery. In the building formerly occupied by Blake & Co., below Thos. Cole, Jr.. & Co s Bank. «-Ai t as j this Excellent Assortment TIN, SHEET AND GALVANIZED IRON. COPPER AND BRASS WARE of my own manufacture. New Work and repairing done to order. FRANK KRAFT f CHAS. M. ABBOTT, SEWS »F.ALF.E. «N. At the P. O. \KYVS DEPOT. H aving purchased the ITewep.per and Period irai Business of A V. Bradley, I am prepared to furnish the LATEST HEWS, as well as Magazine*. Pictorials, Sew Music, etc., elc., etc at H «IVK ME A CALL. CHAS. M. ABBOTT. ! AT BIGIsOW'S. 1000 DOZ FRESH BOISE EGGS, at 75 cts. per. doze*. na