SILVER CITY, OWYHEE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, MAY 21, 1869.
The Tidal Wave of deeper souis
Into our inmost being roils,
And lifts us unawares
Out of all meaner cares.
THE TIDAL WAVE
m PLBLISUKD 8KM1 WKKBLLY—
Tuf-dMj and Friday Morningi.
T. J. <fc J. S* BCTLKR,
iJtotoffice Building. Washington Street,)
TkRMs or HCMCiupnoii in otkhkncy :
gingle Copy, per War
" Six Months
*• One» Month..
. $10 00
ADYKBTlSlNli RATK8 IS CURWBCY:
One Square. 10 linos or logs,
" Each additif »nal week .
Professional cards, per Quarter,.
«s- a liberal reduction from the above rates
will be made on lengthy or yearly advertise
m ents. ,
[Ten lines of this typ», or equivalent space,
make one square.]
time $5 00
. 2 00
. 10 00
AgeuU.—BLAKE * CO., at the Bust
office, Idaho City. , „ , .
K J SWART, at Rogers Store, Ientville.
CART GEO. DREW, at the Pnstofflce, in
Herman & Co. 's Store, Owyhee City.
H. H. 1.AMKIN, City Book Store, Boise
gtoftssitmal ant) ©usitttss Carbs.
F. E. ENSIGN,
attorney at law,
8U.TSK Citt .Owyhee C.mnty, I. T.
OFFICE*—Washington st. near
A. L. HIMONDL
McDonald & co
^.N. J9A» , .riJtlINS3u
SILVER CITY, I*
HOFFER & MILLER,
Washington St., near Sommercamp
hich ii Johnson.
MARTIN & JOHNSON,
Shark City, Owyhee County, LI. l ltf
WEBB & MYRICK,
[Formerly King. Webb tf to..)
JAS. H, GARDNER,
am» rktail dkalkr in
Ftre l'roof Building, Washington
Strut, Silver City. I- T.
Dec. 11, 1*68.
DR. F. GRETE HAS RE
4 tuned his old profession, and is
Eraasrs»« R: -
lex's Meat Market. Washington st gr ^ k
A LD KINDS OF MERCHANDISE
Vegelablr*. Eggs, Nul»,
Confectioneries, Fruit« «Ike., &«•
WAR EAGLE HOTEL !
Washington si., Silver City , I. T.
T HE PROPRIETOR of this Large and
Commodious House has Refitted
and Refurnished tho Establishment in su
perior Style, making it second to none
in the Territory.
Being situated in the business jw)lTion ^
town it aflsnis unusual facilities to the trav
ding public generally. Rooms fitted up es
pecially for the use and
Accommodation of FamiHea.
Thankful for past patronage no pains
will be spared to merit a continuance or the
Jordan Vaijjsy excites the admi
ration of all travelers who visit it
for the first time. Passengers with
whom we traveled down and up re
cently all expressed astonishment
that so much good laud had remain
ed so long uncultivated while prices
of all kinds of produce for which the
soil and climate are so well adapted
remained so high. HilFs Ranch, at
the upper end ot the valley—so far
as can be seen from the stage road—
is the most extensive,best cultivated
ami most beautifully located of any
we have seen, though Farnaman's,
which is still further up and out of
sight of the road, is described as
still superior in beauty, extent and
in the amount ot improvements that
have been put upon it.
the young grain is up in the fields
sufficiently high to carpet the ground
in green, which, with a splendid
garden in the foreground and forty
fifty young calves across the road,
skipping and playing on the grass
plat, gives the place an air of thrift
and good management very pleasant
to look upon in comparasori with
alkali and volcanic sur
roundings that so generally meet the
eye in traveling from the Humboldt
to Snake River.
connected with the place is that pas- j
sengers, drivers and messengers are I
. I . „c
always welcome to a drink of good, i
fresh buttermilk, which, notwith- '
stauding, from a habit imbibed in j
infancy, the [»arson never fall» to in- j
form you is Democratic milk, is very ,
, . , .. , ,i I
refreshing as a neutralizer of the a -,
kali you have been obliged to swal- ■
low in order to quench thirst on the j
Baxter's Rauch is the oldest set- j
tied place in the valley, and is very
farmer, but has hitherto given hi*
attention principally to the hay busi
lle returned last week from
all Winter's visit to Iowa, and
very sensibly brought with him a
We expect ere long to see
■ little improvements in the aj>- 1
nearance of Baxter's Ranch that in i
. , I ,, i„„.„hi ol I
hlS bachelorhooi n 1 !
Isbell's Ranch, next below Bax- ,
ter 's, is a fine place susceptible of
good cultivation, famous for hay, !
«nH when he shall have followed !
", fam ii T busi
Baxter B example t 7
will be a pleasant place to live. I
Mr. Baxter is a thrifty
Here in one
Hymer's comes next.
of the finest warm springs foi* bath
imr nilrnoses to be found anywhere,
1QK PUrp J ,, *
said to be possessed of exce
medical properties. Hay land I
abundance aud a very pretty little ,
rden are added to the attractions
, fami i v 1
of a very pleasai •' '
A. C. Goodrich IS in the s oe ,
dairy and farming business, has built
good house, has a family and is
ham What is said of Hill's place
1-ill annlv here with tbe exception ;
will apply ncr
of a year or two in time, in w
Hill has the advantage, and in the
politics Of the buttermilk. _
Mnmrer's is a new place and gives
Munger . J—
evidence of industry a p ■
Lockwood 4 Cable have the larg
est house m the ' all< '- V '
ing,broad acres aud promise > g
i blacksmith shop adds to
crops. A »1
the local importance ot the piac
«te. ». *». **' •» *■
"&;" a iu»ob
changing honte» and a depot for
pasturage and produce* any quanti
ty of hay, many tons of which arc
put up each season for the use of the
Paul Gordon's place is exclusive
ly devoted to making hay, ot which
it pioduees immense quantities.
Ruby Ranch, at the crowing of
Cow Creek, kept and owned by I>r.
K. W. Inskeep, is a valuable place
not only for hay, stock, and as a tav
ern stand, but is susceptible of being
cultivated to the production of all
the grains, cereal* and vegetable*
common to the temperate zone.
Sheep Ranch has already been de
scribed in a recent issue of this pa
per, which finishes up the settlement
known as Jordan Valley, with the
exception of a few ranches in the
neighborhood of Parnamau's, which
we have not found time to visit.
Smith 4 Brainard are said to have a
nice place, which they are bringing
under good cultivation.
A few tears will make » great
It abounds in fine
change in Jordan Valley,
hedges shall be grown for fences and
fruit trees adorn every farm it will J
I be almost a paradise.
j it j» painful u> know that the control of a
I public journal has fallen into hands weak j
enough to allow a tiacious scribbler to take |
i ^ ^ ^ , (ÄlkmllJ
' bag befklleu the famil.- of Mr Burmusterto
j ma j ce political capital at a time when the
j heart« of the whole peopm are wi ighed down
, beneath the shadow „I . great <ri.£ The
Boise Democrat, in assorting that John kon
-, ^ ^ per]wlralorol . thf homblc crim «,
■ had tMWn a Fo deral soldier, and that beAuse
j hfi was 8Ucb goidier he committe<l this foul
deed, betrays a malignity of heart and I «ai
of character but litUe »hurt of the au
a ougie8 halr ^ Md mtu-nn««' The aseerUon
th*l ilu* man belonged to the Vetleral
1 arm y i* probably Calse, If we may judge
i rrom his subsequent associations, bni «1
I milling thal he was. or tbkl he w»b » Cou
! tedesrate or fenian soldier, or whm nul, M'i
, to aay that because he wa« such be wah
of lherefore t he flend he proved hunself to b<
! is to belie and Blander the das» of men to
! whom wo are mdohtod lor the privileges *«
DOW eqjvy of life, liberty ami tbe purauit ol
happineas. and unworthy of aa? geutlwnan
I ^ ^ (>e trusted with the control of a news
That Mr. Carlton, the preseat pro
thur of the tragedy tliat lias cost «o deep a
gloom over » whole region of oountry—al ;
lowing them both to be in their proper »enses,
which in either case is question «bbi— why
at such a time attempt to turn the generous
sympathies of tbe. poople whose heart* are
deeply touched with tendered feeling to
wards the bereaved
into )>oliticai jml
pneior, who is an mnocant sort of a boy,
wrote the paragraph referred to we do not
* believe, xnd ifbeiHio Wnmr it is f«*r »mum
jng TOntro i u j me paper without auffleient
I judgement or moral stainaaa to exclude such
, opj^tionable sentiment* (rom the column»
of his paper when presented for publication
1 by older, less scrupukiu* and more hardcne<l
' v.nain». We underataod the fact to be that
, Carlton, on hi« arrival here three or ft»r
^ cItümo d whaveiieen a Federal
is wMier himM ir, and it n not likely h-> would
g( ,i down and eat the dirt from Confederate
; feet for the simple pleasure of having a fling
at hi* «Id companion*. *r t* gratify any eue
^ uf bere^vad sufferers of the late 1 er
the nb|( . caUmay b y aitemptin* to make a po
hUcai matter oftheir m.Mbrtnne. WeU^ere
fore conclude that someheavy outside pres*
J— , ire has been brought to bear upon him
■ whtretiy hc bM bean ab iw*l lo obey the be
of viciou* mind who
best* of some person
I ^ de8jgltf 0 f his own to accomplish
Katal AreIdeat at Rotole'a Mill.
_Ju rt as •' were going to prea* last even
to news came from the raw-mlll of Rohie
that ~om« um® during the «l»y While » mxn
MB , U!re0 * was running tbe P , »erji
*■ -a-iïiï5 sï
Agents Wanted—$10 a Day,
Two $10 Map« for $4.
l'A TES T ItE VOL VISO l>01 : BL E I
Two Continent»—Amrrl«-a and j lord
»; and Amrrirs with
Vnltrd stain portion
Colored—In 4000 Counties.
ffllHKSK groat Map», uow Just cotnpMod,
I 64x62 inch** larg<\ »how every plar«
of importance, ail RaiJrumls to date, and the
latent alu*ration« in the various European r,,.,.
Slat«'». These Ma|N are nefnhsl in every
School and family in the land—they occupy
the place of one Map, and by means of the
Reverser, either side may 1* thrown front,
and any part brought level to the eye.
County ' Rights and large discount given to j c
good Agents. !
Apply for Circular*. Tenus, and send
money for and see Sample Maps first, if not j
sold taken back on demand. |
,1. T LU>YD,
21 (Portland Street, X. Y
At the WA00NT016N tlâw-ltll
|| AVK ON HAND ANY QUANTITY OT j
GORDON & PALMER,
Which tbev will sell at the mill or êeüver
in Stiver or vicinity at the very lowest rates $
If* For Ca«h>*f$
4 B' Orders tilled on »hört notice.
GORDON * PALMER.
May 7Ui, 1S8W.
H. R. K AUT II A V
JAMKrt M. HAY*.
Jordan Kt., HIlTnvVMjr, 1 T.
_ Th« Pmprielor» of thin Commodious ;
Hotel have recently repaired ar.u thurmighty
renovated the mune, and they -fill endeavor
to make It a F1HHT-4 LA »S IIOTKL
in ever} particular.
It I** Convenient!V i liH-ated, bftng near the
Exprem Officii« and the Hanking Hou*e*. and
ihr Olllre of the Hailroad Line of
Staue» is located in this Hotel.
Mage» for the Railroad, and all pointu
of the Territory, arriving and departing dally, j
The Pnrext Wafer for all use», ami
jtÿ-Comlortahle Bath Rooms are
with the HoleL
Relieving Dial we have Superior Aomm
to AT cobt
0u( . (tnthc ^ Merchandiw- Conshdmg
tnodalions, we have no hesitancy
liberal share of the public patronage.
Silver City, I. T. j HAY'S A EASTMAN, 1
April 23, ISttl. 1 2»tf 1
NEW AND ATTRACTIVE! I
E WILL, COMMENCE From
till« day on
I NTI I. FURTHER NOTICE
— ot —
pfr Boot« mod Shoe»
tl üie lMm u , rrJ suhle,
j,, r , :in sireel bridge, every day, and de
i| v ered «rhe* required J. A BENOIT,
May 11, l*«. C '^/JSreSrs
_ . ,, ... __Price*
The Pwbll* wishing to secure Bargains
they will nave
will do WPII to call soon,
HYMAN fc RE1CHKNHERG
Silver City, L T April l«lh. 1*6* 137KI2
Boonville Stock Ranch.
SUuated 3 miles heUrm Silver City
Good Feed kind Careful
Charges, *2 50 a heal. o«ln, per month.
HE RESIDENCE OF DR TIBBTTS.
Medical Point Avenue, is for rent or
Apply to T. J Butler, Wavs office.
1KNLINK HAVANA CIGARS,
al J HI ELAT k CO '3.
Silver City Whi»lr»»lf Prie«»
roRKMTXO HKMt WEKKLY »T^TIMm. «Wim. « OH
t 4M« to*
Hour V 100 tbs
.... ;» I as« as 0*
.... *0 00a*
.... 40 OOftn
x; ois« no no
it oofi HI M
... st um
.. .17 60«, 40 0*
•JO OOms 8V is*
i Chfftie 4
i Simp *
rnwhod Sugar 4* 1<X) lbs
Bri'wu ftqgmr .
pu]veru«xi Sugar •
Ground Coffee "
(>v>ler, l.oivsiers, riam^, etv
j c jj
Hominy H 100 lh>
j Soap ^ box.
| Candles f* h°* • • •
_ 15 IM* IS (JO
Tomatoes, Corn. Peas, etc ,
Y» caw* ..
Table Knut», ^ «•»**
14 nOf't 16 00
.* * 4 » 00*4»
6 OOM 6 A#
42 00& 46 00
22 Mo» 26 00
j Yeast Powders gtvm ..
Blunting Powder V k»*# -
j Fuse ^ 100 ft.
Steel fl 100 ft>n.
Pick Kye» V 100 lbs. 3 V UO*.« 36 0 0
Handles fi dot. 7 00«« 0 00
j «**■ SJÄ 5
—«HHitejs :" 00
. 46 UOi««
6 OOt*« H oe
f* OOl«« 12 <W
40 OUma 46 no
I Lard Oil " .
Whisk few ^ gal.
Brandi«*» " .
Rum and Gtn u .
$ 'haAm|u$KTi«- > baakK
: Oregon («rafM*
K» <*»' . 16 u**
. 12 OO.l
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hat. Hoot», etc
according lo quality.
JOHN M. ABBOTT,
; CAKPKIMTKH and JOH-NVIOp.
|^ H ||
AM) AU» RUHM or WOOD work m Alt*
TO ORDER ON
IteaiMinable Term« and Nhort
ONE Lil .MllKK fnr »si* at Ik«
NEW SHOP, l'»w«r trad nf Wasiungm«
i Sired, Silver City. I. T.
TERMS C A » Il II [Ilf
j. n. van »ltkk.
W H. YANPI.rXK,
J. S. VAN SLYKE & BRO.
Wbolenale and Retail Dealers ta
I ü K w Ka * L MK,U
Hoot«, Sh«M4, ami ( l«>lliiiiK
nf Frvrry BfM-rlptlnn.
A l.ARGF. ASSORTMKNT of Hh«*lf H»f«
#àrt* Curppoter'H Toni«, Au
M I lai< FURNISHING GOODH, oDMMWf *
Union ( ouplluga,
Klbow T 4 »,
YVhHhlr«, Brandira and Win.
of .very Drarrlplloa and
Wo would call special aiieolmn to o.
j Stock of Clothing, which we are wltiag »I
lower than ever «oid in thia market
J S, VAN RI.YKE A ItRO
of Owyh«M* I»o«l|r« No 6, A. F »n»
A M , h*)d al MAAOtik HaJI on M»l
of ««< h month, al 7 (»'riot* »• » 4f«* <*^»î
SoJ un toy 'mang for tnstrsrtum,
liefere the full moo*
War Kaffl« l»«rl««, Na. B, M»»l»
» I n«f** prrrjwHliDg it ts full mnoa
wtxsèoy tor \uULr*t -tW
Owyhee Lodge, No. V,
rne«*t« on Friday of nv h we»k
at 7 o chirk f ■ at Manon i»
Regular mfrtlnxa of th»
fo«l«p«n«1»*nl (tnier of /Rkw! T^mp
l»m Tutmtim? «vwriiDf» »I 7
Gao V»*n, W f T
HM COATS AND BOOT»,
l.adlea'and Gent«' Arc-tie 4*»«r
ghoes, f4U J a* J BUELATAOU'S
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