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H1MI WKKKLT AH WK A>*CKRTAW AKK 15* Bcsnrxaa «OKRE'TKD WHO ABBOTT, CHAS. M. —News Dealer, Post (ifllie building, Washington st. ABBOTT, JOHN M.—Carpenter, Washing ton at. Wustiing BEN—Merchant, ItKKNSTEIN, Ingloo si. BLOSSOM, JAS. M —General Merchandise, Crane'« Gnuiite Store, Washington Hi. BUTCHER Ä LKNoIK—General Merchan tliH', Jordan Street. BI AKK * CXi.—Assayers, Granite Block, Wellington ni. »EACH F.Y HILL—Railroad Stage Line, C. II.Hayh Agent, office on Jordan *L HERMAN. EDWARD— Boot» and Bhoes, Washington, ueur Fourth st, BIGllAlW, W. I>—Groceries, Uquors, Veg etables, etc., Washington »U URUN7.KI.I, FRED—Ceueral Merchandise, Washington »L BlliGHAM k WEEKS—Hlova»and Tinware, Jordan st. BRAD1.EY, A V—Books. Stationery and Fum y ««aids, P. ()., Waalimgton SL BI.At'KI.NCKR. V.—War Eagle Hotel, Wash StrccRP CARTWRIGHT, MRS. H.—Lodging fluuBe, Flint, over Rogers' Store. CLAYTON* FUMA MBB— laquor Dealers, Sample Room, 1 cut si , Ia-ntville. DREW GEORGE—Uvery Stable, Owyhee City, Flint llistncl. IH REN A ALLEN—Liquor Dealers, Sample , Washington at. I»YE. J. F. —«eneral Merchandise, Washing ton st. ENSIGN, K. E.—AlUirncy at 1-aw, Wash ington st, RWINGTHOÄ A:CO.—General Merchandise, Granite Block, Washington st GORDON k FA1.MEK—Saw Mill.Wagontown ffigton GILIJMIN. JOHN G.—Idaho Stable, Jordan Street Bridge tpRETE, F.—Dentist, Washington st. GRAHAM, JAMES—Liquor dealer, tilgten VI, one door south of Soooud. GARDNER, JAS. 11 ... Merchandise, Granite Block, Washington st. HAYS ,V EASTMAN—Idaho Hotel and Stage Office, Jord HYMAN A. REIUHENBKRG—Merchandise, Washington 11 OFF LI! v MILLER-M-at Mark* l, Wash hinten st. HERMAN ,V CO.— Bunkern and Whole sale Merchant*. Washington st. Wash Hi ELAT -V CO - General Merchandise, nor. Jordan m Sw'ui.il rU JONES TOM aud CIIA& LIVERMORE— Sa loon. Jordan Street. KoHI.IIKYEH, I'HII. Il*— Washington Mar ket, Jordan st. KIUUH'UT, M —Postofflcc Rook Store,next to lbTIIUUI A Go's Bank, Washington Bt TOMB. A M.—Cosmopolitan Resuulfant, Washington at. # LESLIE, II. K.~ Photographer. Washing ton st. IJMtENSTEIN, E (RedV—General Merchan dise, Jordan st. M ARX, M h -General Merchandise, Main st , OiAyhci* City, Flint District McDGNAl.D N Co.— Assayed, Jord au st. MARTIN v JOHNSON—Attorney« at Ijiw M orning Sur st. NORTON, S —Milk, Washington st KAMSDFLI., W. L —Liquor Dealer, Maln-al nwytu«* City. Flint District RUPERT. I \ \potht **ary*s Hall, Granite Bhx k \\ ..-hington st Ï.1 etc.. Granite P. —Jewelry, ROBBINS. Block, Wellington st. «1 Shade sa \\.i>intiglon st. and S»*oomi st. SOM M ER* AMP, W. F • ry, Washinghin st. SPRINGER. A. V. Livery Stable, Jordan st VAN SLYKK, J. S \ BRO -Geie rul Mer « handis.*. (ir.imie Block, Wmdilngtoii st. WOOD, T M —Photograph Gallery, 777 Jonh slow \I !.. K. P. —Poortnan aloon an.l Bret -,-t WEBB v MYUIUK— Bankers, Jordan st. /.AIT x G \UK!Kir—Golden Chariot Saloon, ortM'r Joni.in »mi S*MN»nd hLs. I j ■ w il. I, Ll Y K AN1> \l«trom«ro*ro.r»ï*. l h ! JBt tin «-la «•»* have milk nt prices mi low that they can live »Is*», and HIim k Hull»* can't pro veut )t. On anil rafter Ihr tirai «1»>' of Al a y 1 will sell milk by the gallon at 50 cniswln. t.v Ih. quart, 7A,U|»r gallon. Thankful lor past favors, 1 hop.- to ... share of patronage only by selling pure milk, aud honest and liberal deuling. CRAZY AGAIN! \. B.—l wish to buy a good gentle horse, !™'» T X ' milk Business piOtf) S. NORTON * J'OSTOFFICE BOOK STORE jTi M. I.KlUtEinr, Xes! iUsnr to Herman A <X's Bank. —n*»t K, ix — h- ti «I i »P. Kook», stationery. Notions, Tobacco, figsi., CLOTHING, Fruit, Confectionary, Toy», Ammunition, etc. tit Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave. Friday Morning, May 7, IS««. PARTICULARLY LOCAL. We inspected a bottle of Nick Zapp*s beer, and found it O. K. O. ll. Kirkpatrick and John Mineur are opening a kiyufl restaurant in the old BrmkerhofT k Rogers property, corner Jor dan and First »Street*«. Gordon & Palmer, at the Wagon town saw mill, proclaim their ability to (ill all orders iu the lumber line, statements of the matter. Head their The Railroad Stage Line is now running through from this place to Hamilton, Ncv., in four days, employing six horse Concord the transmission ot mails and Through tickets arc sold at the coaches in passengers, office here for ninety dollars. Tom Thacker formerly of this place and brother to the Sheriff of Humboldt about The still alive at last accounts but bad county Nevada, shot a cards at Winuetnncca on Friday last a man was ly if not fatally wounded. Dramatic Heading.— Mr. J.L. Hull will give another one of his popular readings at Oood Templar Hall, for tho benefit of the Order, on next Sunday evening at right The reading wail commence with the Comedy of " George Barnwell," and ith "The Live Woman in the The oh ho has ever "cks k. conclude Mines."—Admission $1, currency ject lining a good one, no one heard Mr. Hall read, and who can possibly siiare the time, will lie absent on this occa sion. Tin- decision of Ju<Ige Lynain iu the Gulch homicide cast- was Slaughter-house rendered at too late an hour yesterday to allow us to copy in full, we therefore give the result without the reasoning, an follows: T J. Brown and C. Motlltt, committed to jail, without boil, to answer at the next Grand Jury for murder. John B. Woodward and Henry Mills admitted to bail iu the sum of $5.000 each. Win. Rawlings, Ole Jack soil, Charles Brown and Win. held in the sum of $X,000 each. Weaver are a Hpan of A llsiiing excursion boliim gay ly caparisoned steeds with flags iu their brow-bands and Yankee l'billip hold of the reins, left on Wednesday morning in the di rectum of Reynolds creek proclaiming lie™ selves " The dutch delegation going a tlsh id us that ing.** A glance at the outfit assui they were all Germans except PhiIPp. tira German excursion, For real fun commend the only contention they ever have is that rather emulation of w ho noble contention contribute most to the enjoyment of the can ration. A Degree Temple of the order of Good Templars has been established in this place with the following ofllccrs who were insUlled « G W. f. John I'pham the evening of May 3d by D. D. Oro Fino Degree Templer No.3. Degree Templar, J. L Hall ; Degree Vice ! Templar. Miss Julia Mahony ; Degree See, J. L.Clary ; Degree Financial Sec, J M. Créai ; , T. M W«km 1 ; Degree Degree Chaph Treasurer J. A. Rupert ; lh*grce Marshal, Sam. Heidelberger ; Degree Guard, A. Rey st nolds. An insinuation of officers by the In «lepeinlent Order ot Good TeniplatB held at Templar llall a few evenings since, resulting as follows: W. C.T., A. J. Wren ; V. T., Mrs. 1,. A. Ross ; Secretary, Jno. Upbam ; Financial Secretary, T. M. Wood; Treasurer, John G. Gillson : Ohap lain, Henry Martin ; Marshal, I,. A. «<«* 5 »*P'"y Marshal, Mrs. Young; inside (tuard, Miss Julia Mahony ; I . »> - < . I., (jOO. Vass. , . f .. acnlwM. of the tanking lirm ot Herman A j , returned on Tuesday from an extensive : thnm „ h Knn.ls- iu general, hut (artieu 1 " r , K 1 * _ ■ « iarly the German States. He brings WHS From the Faderland.— David Fel with ' him a younger brother, who visits America for the lirst time. Dave hae traveled with his . . „„ eves iqs-n and can give a* intelligent an ac ) count of what he saw as those who make : travel for the eulightenmeut ot others ! A pr»»f08sH«»U. i have yet to acquire the use of the English longue, but with such efficient assistance at comm-HKl, with the tlnan« Ul encouragement vmU I»e likely to receive, we shall ex I«ect » * see them in |H»>s»*srii*u of wealth * still living Those who accompany him lliey when many of us old 49 ere from band to mouth in a desperate struggle with poverty a The Mine» in War Eagle Moon tain.—As we promised in our last issue to keep the reader posted with reference to the development, progress and prospect of the Eagle, "the glittering king" w mines of the gem of the mountains, "the strong locked up means sutll box " in which are c-.ieut to make every man in the Territory a proceed with such items as ured from a moat reliable and .millionaire, wc have proc impartial source, and shall continue from during tho Summer to give w ork and time to time a fair and truthful statement as discovery progresses. The Ida Elmore shows as well to-day The north it did siuce its discovery. eighty feet from the shaft I they have begun sloping on both sides, and will in a very short time be in flx to take quantity "f «re from the present level. They are still sinking the abaft for another level and the ledge nothing by the exploration, in fact, is richer at the greatest depth as ever level is now in ale out any working main loses larger and reached than at any point above. The Ba xter is in splendid shape for Mr. Humphrey and Col. Hays arc work. obliging to visitors and understand the art The lower level in of mining to advantage, this mino is one hundred and eighty feet from the surface. They have out almut one hundred and fifty tons ready to lake to the Sinker mill as soon as tho roads will permit. Their lirst class ore, of which they take out tons per week, is fully * about twenty-fiv equal in Doorman in 1865. of which ledge we have no richness to that produced by the doubt it is a continuation. The Silver Cord is down in the main shalt 121 feet and will eoutiuue eighty feet further before starting a level and commcnc Tlie ledge is from one to four ing to slope. They have out about twenty tons feet wide. of good milling ore, produced from sinking Marlin Jones, the Suporintend the shaft. ent, is working with economy and is highly pleased will! the development thus far, ami has every confidence iu making it a good paying mine. Tlic Poorina n ha« changed hot little The south level is now four The main shaft in prospect, hundred feet from the shaft. is three hundred and six»y feet deep and as the 400 foot level is reached large soon as quantities of rich ore are exacted to be take ground worked above, tons of Th«' Golden ( baiiot shows for itself Their ore house, shute and yard are piled full of gold and silver bearing ore tiiat is unmistakably rich iu every ton of the ore from the Chariot and Ida Elmore. The minute and very correct out, based upon the character of the They now have 300 1 iu the sliute ready 1er the mill. Native gold can be see report of Mr. Ashburner in February, and published in full by us a short time since, will serve as a description of the mine to day, with the exception that the main shaft is deeper, the 250-foot level extended either way from the shaft several feet, and a few tons removed from the second level. We have thus glanced at five mines on tho nmtuin that will lie in active operation during the Summer, and that are known to l>e rich and permanent, to say nothing of a dozen others for tin* present, which will be worked more or less, some of which have produced well In tint past and are embar rassed ou account of litigation ; other© are idle for want of capital to develop them, and others again tem|»orarily abandoned by reason of the White Pine excitement, or on account of the scattered condition of the ti tles. Taken altogether the prospects for producing bullion never opened better any Spring than the present of D. J. ; The Revenue Officers have seized quite a large quantity of liquors in this county within the week for non-payment of the stamp duties required by law. The caw? ap pears to be a hard one for those who were willing to do their duty, and were caught through neglect, yet it is fair that each dealer should be required to pay the tax in order not to give any one an advantage over another. We understand that in Mr. Boyle's case he made an attempt to notify the Inspector sometime before the seizure, but after tljo time for inspection according to law had passed, thereby manifesting ad© sire to comply with the requirements of the department. But living out of town and being ignorant of the requirements, though it may be a good excuse in equity may not serve as a defense at law. In cases where parties willfully evaded the inspection when they knew their neighbors were submitting to it, and hoped thereby to have that much advantage in the market, the case is differ ent; for should they "«get away with it.'' it would prove their business sagacity and fasten the charge or stupidity on those who were week enough to comply with the law; The recent warm weather has had the effect to raise the water in the small streams putting into .Ionian Crock, consequently that historic stream has assumed the proportions of quite a pretentious river, and roars as loudly as if it really amounted to enougli to entitle it to the distinction it hus attained by reason of its prominent position on the map of Idaho Dr. Denny informs us that it is his purpose at an early d ay to or- ganize a working force and begin operations on the ledge struck by the Mountain Tunnel company half a mile above town, in Long Gulch. - Cobnklel's O'Kane of Battle Creek Station, has been iu town for a few days looking in usual health. He has recently returned from a trip to the White Dine country iu the inter estof the B. U. Stage Line. NEW TO-DAY. GORDON & PALMER, At the IV AGON TOW N Saw-Mill ££AVE OX HAND ANY QUANTITY OF ing. Fencing anil Building LUMBER '11 Which they will sell at the mill or deliver in Silver or vicinity at the very lowest rales grip- For Cash."a* * sir Orders tilled on short notice. GORDON .V PALMER. 4 :. . May 7th, 1189. Agents Wanted—$10 a Day. $10 Maps for $4. LLOYD'S FA TEST HE VO L VINO DOUBLE MAPS. Tw America and fini' nts and America with ited States portion oit an immense scale. Two Co Earopi ; live Cn Colored—in 4000 Counties. rMTHESE great Maps, now just completed, I «4x62 inches large, shew every place of importance, all Railroads to dale, and the latest alterations in the various European Slates. These Maps are needed in every School and familv in the land—they occupy the piaee of one Map, and by means of the Reverser, either side may he thrown front, and any part brought level to the eye. County Rights and large discount given to good Agonis. Apply f«>r Circulars, Terms, and send money lor and see Sample Maps first, if not sold taken hack on demand. J. T. LLOYD, 23 Cortland Street, N. Y. 43147. r>. pklsenubld. ; p. lebkecht. r>. pklsenubld. ; p. lebkecht. M. HERMAN. J HERMAN & CO ' J BANKERS, 8. E. Cor. Washing-ton and Second Streets, SILVER CITY, IDAHO TERRITORY, Draw Sight Drafts on San Frai isro, Cal.; Portland, Ogn.; New York and other princ ipal Eastern} Cities, —AND— K V 11 O P E. Do a general hanking bus S ESS. Buy aud sell Gold Coln,Currency and Bullion. Make Advances on MERCHANDISE. —oOo— Receive Storage iu fire-proofW are house* 41tf it ' First and Second, Silver City. May 1, 1869. j ~~ j BEN BERNSTEIN, HALER IN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS, CLOTH ING, Boots and Shoe«, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Hi®* Fur» Gentlemen'« i»liing Goods, Etc., AS ON HAND A COMPLETE AND Oh very- extensive stock of goods in his line, which he is offering to the trade, whole sale and retail, for cash, at very low rates. BEN BERNSTEIN, II East ride Washington Street, between 41 tf SHADE SALOON. m 1 Between Washington and .Iordan streets on Second. j Fitted up and kept equal to the first-class as 1 Saloons in San Francisco, or elsewhere. Polite, experienced and Attentive Bartend ers are always on hand to wait on my cash to the customera E. P. SjliWALL. Sole Proprxetor 36lf JAS. M. BLOSSOM, ( Crane's Granite Stare,) West .tide Washington street SILVER CITY, I T, Dkalek hi Evert Description GENERAL MERCHANDISE Which will be sold as cheap as any othet establishment iu this City Cun or do GROCERIE? Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Dried Apple«, Corn Meal, Bean*, Bacon, Bard, " PeaelieH, Soda, " Plums, Sale rat us, " Prune«, Cream Tartar, Canned Fruits, Candles, Kerosene, Oil,} Laid Tobacco, Nail*, Shovel *, Stone Hammers, Sledge JIarul Bellows, Vise*, Anvil*, Axes, Store Door Lock*. Dwelling do do, Butts and Serem. Cut Tacks, 'aps, Carpet do, Table Cutlery, Poeket do Cheese, Cracker * Flour, Rice, Butler, Salt, lYpper, Ginger, Mustard, Cinnamon , Cloves, Essences, Pickles, Powder, Fuse, Shot, Gun <t- Jhstol f Cartridges, Ro%»e, do do CROCKERY A GLASSWARE i DIX X ER VLA TES... .BREAKFAST do SOUP do .... TEA do .... CUPS AXD SAUCERS..PLAT TERS.. II AKERS, E IF ERS and Sugar Bowls .. .Cream Pitchers Chambers... Water Pitchers.. .Bar Tumblers . Water dot, Table Castors,.. ■ Lamp Wicks and Chim negs, etc. the the to Basins. STEEL, BROOMS, &C. BORAX. IROX. x\ G, E T C : CLO T II FINE BEAVER SUITS, FINE CASSIMERE suits, FIXE UNDER SHIRTS, FINE DRAWERS ; HEAVY OREGON OVER SHIRTS, UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWERS BLANKETS &C. ; GLOVES, HALF HOSE, POCKET II'DKERCH'FS WHITE SHIRTS, NECK TIES, YANKEE NOTIONS &c., &c., Ac And Thousands of other articles not mcc tinned in this ad. JAS. M. BLOSSOM 2tf EDWARD BORMAN, East side Washington Street, one door north of the Miners' Hotel. SILVER CITY, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Hoots, Shoes, t■ uin Hoots, Shoe-Fi ud i ng«i Etc/, Etc., Ac. Y STOCK OF SAX FRANCISCO MADE Boots—direct from the manufacturer, is COMPLETE. M —ALSO— A very extensive shipment of Leather and other Fine Stock. From which 1 am prepared to make to orde: ANYTHING IN MY LINE. I employ None bat the Bent Workmen, and Personally 8UPERIXTF.XD THE WORK Goods of my own manufacture ai ways on hand. Repairing Neatly and Promptly EDWARD BORMAN tended ta AND his ill LOST ! LOST ! ! MKTHODof ln ens ot Silver City and Last opportnni pertec^pijture îTêtêrnSê^ 0 * TAKE THIS ■ forming the Citiz vicinity, that their ^^.wibtaini^ood visit the East at an Persons w ishing an please call immediate w . , a,- Having on ha nd a large atnoun of photograph mat. n ai and sn[>enor «ein ties for doing work, to gether with the iidc™ ive, enables me to re materlaily and ihave early date. y thing in my line wm ly. patronage I now rece dace my prices very T. M. WOOD, Ariist If. B. Any person wishing to learn the •** will be afforded liberal inducements Sou