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Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave.
Friday Morning, April 9, I**B9. Til. re are about live bundred Indians at Camp Harney this Winter; threo hundred and (Hi y ot whom are receiving Government rations, while one hundred and Ally lieh aud hunt for a living, fishers and hunters who have strayed over into the«' parts and are hunting about team and puckers' ramp* with a view to be " Ushers of men " It mav lie some of these nine 11» . Indians .at Camp McTbrmit arc up to their old trick*, one hundred gathered up their bones three day h ago and informell the Commander of the l ost ih.it they intended i The Colonel forbid their going After being f -d ull Winter, tor the mountains. and ei» the matter stood when our informant left. IT they pendst in «oing wo may as Mindy look out for depredations as that the ■ Indians live. They should either be kept at the Pud, bent to a reservation or killed; the lives of expoM* to th'*ir caprice*. people are too precious to SSnjslur&J ïliratory. «oHitaerito wn WKrsnT as w* .wkrtain WHO AKK in nr sinks*. New* Healer, I'ost ABHOTT, < HAS M — office liuilU.fig, Wasbiogiou st. ABBOTT, JOHN M.—Carpenter, Washing loll bt, BLOSSOM, JAS. M—General Merchandise, Crane'* Granite Store, Washington st. BUTCH Lit k I.KNOlR—General Merchan dise. Jordan Street BLANK A CO — Assayers, Granite Block, Wasliington st. ItKAf'HKV HILL—Railroad Stage Line. G M.Hatm Agent, • mice on Jordan«. BORMAN, KliWAKlf—Root* and Shoes, WaNliingtoii, near Fourth st. BIGELOW, W. [>.—Groceries, Liquors, Veg • taides, etc., Washington st HRUNZKLL, FRKH—General Mercbandise, Wusbinguiu st. BRIGHAM .V WEEKS—Stove* and Tinware .l.ii.:. si. HRADLKY, A. V —Books, Stationery and Fum y Goods P. O., Washington si. BLACK INGER, V.—War Eagle Hotel, Wash iris'ton Streol. CARTWRIGHT, MRS 11 —Lodgitig House, Flint, ovei linkers' Store, t i»LK, THos Jk. CO—Banker*, Granit*? âtbM k, Washington si. CRANE, C. W—Fruit k Vegetables, Wash Hilft OU st. jrpior Dealen», CI.AVTON KdlJA MBK i, ls*ut 8t., laiiilville. Sample IM. DREW GEORGE—Livery Stable, Owyhee City, Flint District. DI'RKN.v \ 1.1 KN—I.i'pior Dealers, Sample Room. Washington st. I Jener »1 M< reh imMse, Waahilig DVK, J. F. toil hi. EDWARDS daN— B illiard Saloon, I^ent Ft., ianttville. F.\>IG\, F R— Attorney at Law, Wash ington st EWINGTHibA \CO. --Geuer.il M« lehaudise, Granfte Block, Washington st GRETE, F.— Dentist Washington st. GRAHAM. JAMES—Liquor de der, Wash south of Siv.ond. ingtou *4, «ne d» ». ARDNER, J AS. H— «Jenem! Merci». a «diet, Granite Bl»». k, Wxshingt«m st. HuFFKU : Mll.l.F.lt-Mi-at M;,rk<>i. VVj>b ingt. n st ItLliMAN fe a». — ßvm-ni» Washington st. Silver City amt in f tint. cor. M* rchai.Aise, HULL »T a Ol— General M» r. h. Jorilau Jw Sii'oml sts. CHAS- I.I VERMERK— Sa JONES TOM and loon, «Ionian Street. and Tinware. FRANK—Stovi* KRAFT. Washington st. Kolli. llLVKtt, l*H»I.!»*— Waskington Mar k»*t, Jordan SL f.ISCOMB, A. M.—C»»smojwlitan ReeUunuit, Washington st. tl E. —Photographer, Washing t.KSLIL. too hi I OBKV-TKIV, K. (Ihn») -General Mcrehan .tre-. JoMr -i vj L—fjooeral Merehindi«: Main M.tllX. .. i la yh*.' City, »dint Diatrlrt. M. IKIS ALH v OO.—Awayee*, Jortac *t. .1 HINSON—Attorney* at la* MARTIN -s Morning Star st. RAMSDKLI.. W I. -Liquor Healer. Mo.n-sl DwvhcH City, Flint District. RUPERT. J i —iinHhw'ary'i! Hall. Granite Block. Wa>hingWti -L Granite BOBBIN*, C 1 ' - Jewelry. |tl«* k. Washington *t ete., p._Doorman and Shade» »I . and Second at. SJrtW VLl.. K loons. W jshingto soil MERC A MT. W F —Saloon and Brew fry, Washiugum st .SPRINGER. A C.-Uverj Stalde, J or. tan st JS.lt BRO —General »1er Granite Block, Wasldngton st. VAN SLYKK clnutdis«, - WOOD. T M —Photograph Gallery. Jordan Street. -77 MY KICK—Banker*. Jordan*! WEBB S 1 VPP ,v GABRIEL—GoWeo Ch Jordan and ini ■ The Board of Commissioners met yrster I day. April 8lh. Swart and Miles present, j An "assessment was levied of HO cents for j Territorial purposes; iO cents Tor Ex|>ense ' Fund ; 6Ä cents for General Fund; 00 c ots lor Redemption Fund; 20 cents for School j Fund ; 25 cents for Hospital Fund—total, $3. ■ *2 p.r capita tax Resignation of I*. C. | licarned as County Clerk accepted aud A. I. : I minted, filed bonds and entered upon tho duties of th» office. Toll road lie ; t tition on Sinker Creek laid over rill >"* u meeting. Several bills were audited and j Oilier business transacted, a report of w hich ! Simondt at ili publish on Tuesday. -: published an On Tuchduy morning amendment 10 tlir» treaty between the Gov ernment of the United State? and tho Ncz Perce Indians. In this issue will be found j tho treaty entered into in 1H68, at Fort ! the eastern hand of Sho- | Bridgei, between shon't* and Uanuar.ks and the Uniteil States. These documents are published by direction | ortho S«x retary of State, Hamilton Fish, j the subjects ot which j and arc authority they treat They should be perused by those who exited to hivo b'isim-ss with the Indian ■ * m* partment. Han Mi Clecty, as well as other farm Reynolds Crock, is determined that i*r.s on the people sliall noi sutfer for want of vegot ut exclusively able*. Ten a< res are bei as vegetables addition to his grain, Hall generally conies tirst in to that class or produce k no by Mr. MoC. alone, potatoes, «le ihe Spring, and may be expected along w ith al ter tho snow his vegetable wagon very s« leaves the mountain as to permit its pas . Ho might come earilor tiut lor the sage. looks of the thing he prefers to wail unit Sledding in spring Vegeta- | ,a would bo pressing tho ; wagons can run. hies season. er tho 1 I An an evidence that miners, rough though they be in trianuer and exterior, yet have hearts, are endowed with «msiblllü-s ami j moved by proper appu Us to their charity,w« ( mention the O'Connor was killed iiy an explosion When Jureuiiali in the I , , ! Ida Klinnre initie, leanug his family with j limited means ot supiwrt, the working men j in Hie Golden Charriet mine passed round j Hie liât and raised tho sum of $30», as a ; tallowing Such acta of dis ! charily, u thousand fold more noble than 1 that exhibited in preening silver bricks and i present to Mrs. O'Connor, interested kindness reveal a spirit ol true ho air.- iiy oil joy a co tea sels for thon« poU'Iice. kmg of . black's \VcK|*okeoii TueA.lay oi the Astor on? by Walsh w Wunikoc il mill. Sinee that tinio the working of six : v\c have the figures | and a half tons, tlie ; -.c .,1 I, y BUkcm s. Wals. I k Warnkee •t I ho number of tt».is and from tho as- 1 1 l value, as follows 13.5UÜ pound' »»1 orth ! 1 , * I»* r ton of ore. Messrs. Warlike« Walsh • It, not pretend to l»e scieiititic either in mill- . nu, roasting or aiiuilgaui »ling, yet they pro ; duced this result frotu the ore by their own j in »nag»'iiu nt and I.U>*»r without advice or as- ! to result of which via From Ah Tuesday. Weg» Lie ounces of bul ve lea »S certificat e lion i ofe prodm e«l (K»s 4 mine. $1,364 8»5com value, or of bullion, c/JA» W7 11-100 cents Tho moral to be i sisuuico from exjierta from the above facta is that the ore is drawl immensely rich. \V* have been permitted to examine a ihr> •• pound ^iiunk of exceedingly rich ore from the Atlanta lode, Yut>a District, South Boise, brought over from B dse Cit> by J. | LSri»»m, Esq. It is a perfect beauty bite, rul»y aud free inctalic sil | Mr. Atkins and his comjiany have run ; M the way of ver. a tunnel in on the ledge one hundred and ■ eighty feet, commencing in a gulch low down « that at the end from whence 1 the hill; ^ the specimen shown us was taken is hundred feet from the surface. The ledge wide, and the tunnel is run in the j 1 i* very center. to the WiUh on either side and lind the vein to carry rich ore the entire distance, tlie J -idea being much Is'lter than the center.— N.»tiling in the mine, however, bas been " ''i-* 11, " > r '* k n,w '*•"'* pr " ! ' ,r "' j tn.ni the extreme end, w her they are now | » «./Nt «I work, .«it, g the greatest d«ptb yet reached from the eurtace Mr (aemens, who brought down this specimen, eaw a fnmi the same phn* that a^viyed $12,000 > iht ton. by chipping in various places s<i as , » i to arrive at an average, soup selecte«! rock from the same »«"t«« «astviNl $28.1)00. Tho \ Minor' . »nff mhrr miure in th* ram* of.Rh » »h iii .1 r. borhoo t. ; hough not so large as the AUanta, assay qmW as w ell In fart Yuba is just be f Every few tret they run side-cuts to attract attention, and development j til no doubt prove it t«> b*- equal to any mining district on tlie.-.,a>t Mr. Atkin* has . a small prospecting mill on the Atlanta, with | which h, ha* been work'ng the ri*k of that ledg,- during the Winter, and for want of easy means of tran*portaU\>n has kept the pro ■lin t on hand which no« amounts to foriv duct on nano, w »un B odd thousand dollars in bullion. The Com pony working, or rather |W«peeling this mine, is'long in lndi:umpolis, Indiana are circumstances *« far a* money is ' in easy concerned, pay down for everything, and perfect I; satistlhd U) move «lowly A II» I nrr who left hore some time I „ nose ion j since cursing the .amp has a poem in j brakesman on the railroad A few days ' j men at Vt tnnemucca ■ telling them the camp never was ot any ac | lhltl he had worked here four years : before and liad to leave in délit, ., ; t he conversation ended he boasted oi bow nl „ nPV he had spent in Silver with the j ra,,c " monP ; v ne , , ... ! hardies, at faro, etc., and assured Ins I to town without ■ as trying to dissuade a party of from coming hereby since he that he spending from $25 to $.30 in that way. The comers concluded that if llie country would stand that they would come on. •ver came Th»* name of Wm. H. Moulton, whoever a sent in to the Senate forcon j ! he may b<», | Urination as Marshal of Idaho, April 3d. Our friend A. P. K Salford. tho greatest is nominated for Gov. of | little m in alive. ^ j Arizona. Salt i* tho present Surveyor Gen. j of Nevada. t »oiiet ai J: •s Longst reel was confirmed Surveyor of Customs for the port of New Orleans April 3d in the Senate of the United Stales by a vote of 25 to 10. * Motley, the historian, is nominated Minister to England. J. Six*itxl Dance! « Messrs. King fc Bohen have Inasmuch contributed greatly during the pint Winter to the amusement of the lovers of fun of Silver City, particularly the young people, it is pro posed that the pimple of Silver City, as the for amusement is about closed, give season t | )0 two a imve named geutlemen the benelit of a dance on next Wednesday evening, Apr. Anonymous. | ; 1 ADVEHTISKD letters I Remaining in Hostullice April 8th, 18«9. McMahon, Miss Mary Mahoney, Miss Julia Moore, V Moffett, C C 2 Myers, Henry 2 Moore, J W Merritleld, A F Martin, J 1* Norris. Geo S Nolan, J F Nichols. Isaac O'Connor, Jerry Peterson, 1* Pearce, KieJiard Palmer, CC2 Pierce, David Patch, G W Ueckly Hro Rinehart, L P» Rogers, Ellen Rapir, A T Kol>«rs Zanders, John 2 >;nU, Joseph Shea«. Mary Sommers, W 1* Stem mens, Henry Sheehan, Dan Snyder. John 2 States, O » Smith, Frank Smith, Muss B Todd, F A Vorlierg, H Wvtnan. R W Wiley, C B Williams, I) D Watson, John H Weaver, Wm Wallace W B Welch, J C White, Jas H t'lias Beuge, Sol j | ( j,,t, u Bowers, Levi I Bass, Stephen ! Beunells, Richard j j HmP * j Baird, R B j JJ™" ' ; |t, ni "'t.„m, Ben itnekey R W ! Chaney, John Civ ni». John 1 t; urranj John Clarke, L Carlin, W i Cox, J Frye, S A Fullam, John . Graham, Mrs Jos *' , J ai» s, J* N : Hunter, W B | Hunlt , r Mrs W L ; Hesse, H K HnywitriLLC n„ t!a i t< , rj w J 1 Illekey, Jas 1 Hanks, Albert Harrington, W ,|,, r .Un, Mich'I ! .1 iHieB, Robert 1 Jennings, A R Jung, H King, Isaac . Kilboum, H ; * j 1 j \ s ! Persona calling for the above letters will i pieuse say " Advorti8l*d , ' and give the date. A. V BftADLKY, P. M. NEW TO-DAY. - - pQORMAN | | * ; AND SHADE 3AI,OON8j . mur »»»«liiiigton and Tnlrd. Watsliing dan street!* on und lirtwic ton an»l .1* Second. Fitted or» and kept equal to the first-class ui San Francisco, or elsewhere. Polite, exiierienced and Attentive Bartend niy cash ■ « Sal««* 1 j night 1 3Alf are alwavs on hand to wait iskjinnrs. N. B.—The SHADE is kept open day and E. P. Sjuwall. Sttle Proprietor. J „ TAKE THIS METHOD of in | forming the Citiz ens ol Silver City and j îyÂtl!" 1 . S 5 "^S 5 , 'SSt"re | J . . ij . will soon be bod,a> I have determined to iLt at «, «.rly d»»e. pereons wishing air |y thing in my line will please call immediate ïy. > ^ f or domg work, to ; g» ther with the liberal , )»atronage 1 now reco ; ive, enables me to re dure inv i)rirt'*ii very materially' t,urt my P * \ T. M. WOOD, Artist X. B. Any person wishing to learn the art will be afforded liberal inducements. 35if f LOST! LOST!! The Bully Lager Beer, lé j • Oh The Sire Lager Beer." . _j., CK j^pp TOOK CHARGE OF THE | City Brewery <£<_ Apnl 5 th.and « now runnmgtttu popular ltl Kegs, by the Gslh n, m Bottle* j ïn< i by the Gloe* always on nand at tlie Do pot in the Gol-leu t harlot Saloon, Families supplied on reasonable terms I a eB pe n or att&e • 3itf is GEORGE W. GILMORE i Is our Attorney in fact to settle all business ' I tor us in our alstence. PAIGE A CORW IN April 9 th, 1 st» 3513« Fatal Shooting.—A seriousand fatal affr ay occurred in Slaughterhouse Gulch at fiae o'clock yesterday afternoon, between the parties heretofore mentioned by us as h aviiiit trouble over some mining ground. Wm. Henry, as we are informed by Mr. Lynch, one of his partners, was shot through the heart and killed. James Henry, his brother ts shot through the arm, but not dangerously. Mr. Lynch was unable to give the name of the party who did the shooting. There were about sixty shots in all iired alter the row commenced. The immediate cause of this shooting appears to bo about as follows : Woodward, Brown and others of the Curlew party, were living in a cabin owned by A. P. ilinear, which he sold to the Hen ry's yesterday. Woodward and party had moved out, and Brown went back and claimed a box still in the house, which the Henry's refused' to give up, and here the shooting began. Who was at fault or who shot tirst we are unable to say. heard the statement of Mr. Woodward and of Mr. Lynch, and as they represent differ ent interests it is not our province to decide which is right Mr. Henry, tbo deceased, leaves a wife and one child, who live on or near the ground in dispute. We have JAS. M. BLOSSOM, ( Craw's Granilt Store,) West side Washington Street SILVER CITY, 1. T., I1KAI.KK IN HvKKY IlKSCBlFTlON OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE Which will be sold as cheap as any other establishment in this City Can or do sel» GHOOBRI Corn Meal, Beans, llucon, Lard, Peaches, Soda, Sale ratux, Cream 'fartai, Coffee, SP|5»r, Tea, Dried Ajijilcs, FI •* Primes, Canned Fruits, Candies, Kerosene, Oil.) Lard Tol»aeco, Nails, Cheese, Crackers Flour, RiCty Rutter, Sait s, S'nc /iüimsrs, SLfdge IJ and Rr flows, Vises t Anvils, Axes, Store l)<ntr Locks, iJv'rlling do (ht, Ratts and Screws , Cut Tacks, di f*istol Caps , Carpet do, Table C'utlery, 1 ticket do „ do 1'cyper, Ginger, Mustard, Cinnamon, Cloves, Essences, Pick les, Powder, Fuse , Shot, do G\ Cartridges, | Rope , CROCKERY *v GLASSWARE i DINNER PL A TES . ... UREA KFA ST do SOUP do .... TEA do .... CUPS A ND SA CCERS.. PLA T TERS..BAKERS, E W ERS and Rasins... .Sugar Howls ... Cream JHtchers Chambers ... Water I*itchers.. .Rat Tumblers . Water do, Table Castors,... Lamp Wicks and Chim neys, etc. BORAX. STEEL, BROOMS, &C. IRON, ( i. OT XI I Ä G, ETC: FIXE BEAVER SUITS, FIXE CASSIMERE SUITS, FINE UNDERSHIRTS, FINE DRAWERS ; HEAVY OREGON OVER SHIRTS, UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWERS BLANKETS &C. ; GLOVES, HALF HOSE, POCKET H'DKEKCH'FS WHITE SHIRTS, NECK TIES, YANKEE NOTIONS Ac., Ac., *c. Ann Thousand* of other article* not men tioned in this ad. 2tr JAS. M BLOSSOM. NOTICE. LI. ACCOUNTS HUE THE BOISE DEM ocrat, for advertising and subscription, must be settled with T. C. Bail has no authority tu make any collodions whatever, and his nreipt will not lie recognized. R. S. BUCHANAN, Boise City, I. T. 1 7Voj> Boise Democrat. Mar. 30, 1869 ( 33t35 , or on my order. i »ERIKE ALEXAVDKlt KID M GLOVES at J. HUEUT 4 CO. 'S < 1KNCIVK HAVANA CIGARS. X at J. HUELAT A CO. '8. P I TVAM'S PRESSED IIOKSF. NIIOK NAI1.H at J HUEUTACO' s r TÏÏ0S. EWING & 00., GRANITE BLOCK, Stirer City. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. I. T, HLAÎCKKTS, CLOTHING, FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, RICE. S3 1JEAVS, CANDLES. OILS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ROOTS, IIATS, LIQUORS. SALT, IRON. STEEL. POWDER, FUSE, CARDS, HANDLES, SHOVELS, of every description AV1NG the LARGEST AND BF„ST ASSORTED STOCK H —OF— GOODS Ever broMglit to thl« Market, Wo would respectfully invite all persons, and especially Mill ami Mining Men, to call and see us and examine for themselvc? Wt take great pleasure in in vitmg the Ladica to call and examine our stock of dress goods. Ernprea* CJoth*, Delaine*, Merinos, of every deacriptioit. Stork of Having a very heavy PRINTS Wt are selling Cheaper than the Cheapest ! and of the Bnt Plgarti and ha(r>t Style«: 8IIAWL8. gKIKTg, hosiery. ; Ate. l»f THOg.EWHGACO