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«U». Till sun WSSCLV AS we ascsktais sobs ms. Wl ABBOTT, JOHN M.—Carpenter, Washing BINYAKD, MARION — Th ater Ualoon, Washington st. BOATMAN, N C— Bhyttaan, Jordan st UIJKNHAM, W. I.- lain.her dealer BENOIT k I.AGArSSKK— Stoc* Ranch, Boon ville BERNSTEIN, BEX—Merchant, Washing region si BbOnSOM, J AS. U —General Merchandise, Crane s Granite Store, Washington sk BUT'. ilKK A I.KNOtK—General Merchan dire, Jordan Street. BRAKE k C»l.—Assayere, Granite Block, Waalungton id. BEACItKY HIIA—Railroad Stage Une, C. M liars Ageut, office un Jordan n. V'lRklAN, EDWARII—Boots and Shoes, Washington, near Fourth st. BICE IJ) W, W II —Groceries, I.iqusrw, Veg eiahhn, etc., Washington st. BRIGHAM it WEEKS—Stoves and Tinware, Jordan «V a BLACK INGER, V.—War Eagle Hotel, Wash mglou Street. DREW GEORGE-— IJ very .Stable, Owybec t'ily, Flint DitftncL DURES A ALLEN- Liquor Dealers, Sample Boom, Washington si. ENSIGN, F. K —Attorney at law, Wash Ington st. EWING TIHW. A CO.-General Merchandise, Granite lihirk. Washington st. FIT/* II UGH, T. II. —Uquore at Wholesale. CRETE, J«»1IK — llakery pihI Faloon, nest door lo HillV TireaUT, Wartung: on *a. GORDON A PALMER—Saw Mill. Wagomown CII.LSOV, JOHN G —Idaho Stable, Jordan Htrrrt lindgo. CRETE, P.— Deutlet, Washington st. GRAHAM. J \ M BA— Liquor dualer, Wash ington st, on** door south of Second. G t K UN ER, JAM. II —General Merrhandtoe, Granite Block, Washington at. Ill GGAN, A—Attorney, Jord a n rt. IIKIDRUIERGER. SAM—News Depot, Port office Uuilding, Washinglou st. IIASSMAN, VALENTINE- Idaho laundry. Juiirlitin of Washinglou and Jordan bts. II AYS .V E ism AN-Idaho Hotel and nSuge Office, Jordan PL lloFKF.lt k MILLER—Meat Market, Wash I it/ton sL HERMAN k CO.—Bankers and Whole mmIu U« reliants Washington st. 111'ELaTACO General Men haudise, cor. Jordan A Second sis. JONES TOM and CHAS. LIVERMORE—Sa loon, Jordan Street. KoilLIIEYF.lt, PHILIP-Washington liar k-*l, Jordan st. LKIIRECHT, M.- IVwtnffloe Hook Store,next to Herman A Go'a Bank, Washington st I.ISGOMil, A M.—Gnmnopolitati llesiaursuit, Washington si. LF.Sf lE, Il K - Pliotographcr, Washing ton st. IJIREVSTEIN, E. flied)—General MtcLju die**, Jonhm st. iriiitlHE k HBNLF.Y— Attorneys at I.aw, Court Street, cast nde of Jordan Creek. Ilf BK* f.. J. p. —Sheep *?anch Station, Jor dnn Valley. McDONAIJ) A CO.— lasayere, Jordan et MARTIN A MILLER—Attorney* at I aw H orning Sur al. f'ICKETT v <i.\ IIlit LI— Gollen Chariot Sa hum, coru**r Jordan and Secondai*. RIJPKRr, J. A —Aftothecary* llall, Granite IlhrV, \l«diiugt<m M. KOMMERCAMP, W. F.—Saloon and Brew ery, Washington 8*. SPRINGER, A. 0,- Livery Stahle, Jordan Bt to USIIKIt fc BOWEN. —Oliv« Brauch Saloon, Nireet. War long! VAN 8LYKK, J S. k RRO.-General Her rf, Grauile K irk, Washtogton Hi. WALKKK. LEWIS W— Hath hoatnt Mid tit/lhff i»li''(i. cuf. Jordan WKI.I.s, FARGO CO—Ban Were, Granite Washington Stre«'t WERB V MY RICK -«ankere, Jordan rt 1 Second at. OLIVE BRANCH SALOON. A est Ihïjr to tkr PvstoßU* The m»*t (Kjpular place in town lo X |M < hale« Liquor •* a nd I HHF.n k OGIVE.*, I h fr lfflH ♦lif 4i The Bully L'Igor Bear, Oh The Nirt Lager Ilcrr.** iCiv 7..\I'P TOOK CHARGE OF THE ll ( lt> Brewrry On April5th.and »h now riouing that popular Establishment. lier r in K^ga. by the Gall n, in Bottles ar 1 by tire GIhks alway« <»n niuid ut the I>e (»>4 hi the G.ddrH < harlot Saloon. tile« snpplNsl on reasonable term* S&tf Fa with a superior article. FOR SALE f|VIE HOVSR AND l.OT FORMERI.Y 1 tho Rem (fence of J<>hu A McQuaid; or will rent four rooms m the huiklinx. Ap(»1y on lire premise» or at this office. NOTICE TO TOB\(( O DKtLKltk. ,1. ITNSTA VI EI> TOBACr»» OF EY' or? dMcrtptinn found in ilii* Ihriaion afti-r August lat, 1W», Will Ni ►••tard and f.>rMteil lo the t'nitrd Sunn arronllng to I iw. A J!y order ot the Colleetor of Iniernul Kcr. : C. M HAYS. Depiit. Silver City, I T. July 18, !«(W Wth) si Semi-Waekly Tidal Wave. 1 Friday Morning, July 23. IHC.!). liOCAI.. Absalom Hardin returned from Doek liver yesterday ; I lie road party having got beyond where there hi any game to kill be left h. Tlte areusalHin that we got th.,t bottle ol Oregon grape bittere from Turn Ewing for a puff 1» untrue ; he told as lo aay nothing about it, hut it was too good lo keep. Ueo. Place, who fi ll down the ore chute in the . v da Elmore mine tual week is out again and able to walk about town, not being no bud I y injured as at first supposed. Itob. (jiriflltii* writes from Elko to J. L Hill that work is about to begin on the road via Copo to this place, and that O. H. John? on has charge and will soon have on a line of stages. Fro nk Nlisdcr haa built a new rest Washingtlinn Street adjoining that deuce of G. W. Gray eon, adding very much to the appearance of thut part ol' town, besides allowing confidence in the stability of the place. Einer the reference to adverse claimants to the Home Resort discovery has hern in typo we arc informed by Mr. Vincent that he aLo claims it us the 2d extension north of the Home Ticket, and that it has been fully represented by a shaft 40 feet deep, etc. Warm weather luts been the rule go are cool enough f »r com.'ort and could be | home without much grumbling if the tem • during tlie middle of ihc day for a week past, though the evening«, nights and mornings j • («rature was n little higher. \Vc noticed two bork-acilou teams in town on Monday, with oats and barley for this 1 Our supplies in that line cotnc | mostly from Boise of late and it is not so common lo see Grande Bonders driving Itiroug!» the streets as formerly. j market. I • o* lit our county editlmi thU morning we send out u handbill tutting torlli the »dvunt |M! derived from purt-lmainggood. | They take green- It to Dom ThM Ew ing A Co. bucks at par and have an immeuso stock ol j clothing mut they want out of the way to J 1 j »plies. make room lor Imdi • i *4 McMahon's foundry yesterday, 1 ll we noticed the doom opt u and evideucc* ol ; cleaning up \ isible about the place, a-« if «lie J might bt? preparing to blow again. We went P.iaaii no one of j « Ike Jfiinftua« tells us lh.il the gra&- Î . . , ... , î hopper« vUltret hi* place ol their way to , green (Matures further north, and remained ' .riront four hours, harvesting In that tune about one eightti of the lairley in He tlunks, notwithstanding their tithing, he will save about 100,000 pounds this feason. He liar» his gruin all cut und out of the way of future marauders. in and looked atiout, hut whom to inquire and came away without rerunning what it all meant. field. (b'oigc R. Walker, who has been out superintending the construction of the bridge æroiM Duck River, name in early day before ywatiUy looming. He left the bridge at irn a u on Monday, ami reached here In Qm«* to take a drink at six a. a. Wednesday, The roads are good iu that direction and eauipiug places excellent. Several parties | cam«* with him whofce names we did not j • ni *«nte contention has occurred about the nendiip of the mine mentioned by us oh j ving berni dijp;*»vered on »he 14th by John Oiauie'ey, iu Whisky Gulch. W. R. McDan iel, Wm. !!. H tbrreham and John Buweti rhum to have a prior hicatioa to the tuune ground, which will doubtl'ra bo liilyiied and Ihe ownership determined. As we do not w ish to interfere in a matter that a jury may lie called to d e rid e, we hare do opinion to express that might prejudice the rights of either party. I I The Corn Mill i.4 puffing away on fulrer C«*rd on*, Wc visited it yesterday morning nnd found our friend J. W. Davis at the engine, Mr. Pool and Jimmy Murray at the p uts, and others feeding ami attend ing about the dump and batterie«. Ten «tau»)*», hx pitut aud three settlers are in lively exercise, with plenty off.«» I on the dump and In front of the batterie« to keep tlwrn moving for many a day. The machine ry works to a charm, lho rock !*»oka well and the opera:ore are skillful, and no cpparenl reason extol* why the Silver l ord company should not be a eucoem The manipulation of the pulp In tho process or amalgam«»ion. being under the direction of Mr. J. II. Rich •rdf. U a sufficient ruaraotee that it will be iktllf illy, economically and vcientifirnlly handled ; and the •uperindendtmey t»f Mr. Martin Jones is a «ufleient voucher that the financial iU id general direction of «flairs Iu good banda are K T.KTTKR written by AlCage, dat ai Mountain City, Cope District, July 17lb, says, Col. Preston passed through here on the 15th, and in formed the citizens ot this pince that the people ot Klkn had taken measures to have the roa 1 construct ed Iront that point to the Nevada .State Line, connecting there with the Idaho Central Road. It is un derstood that when this is completed Beaehey will put on a daily line ol si ages from Elko to S.lver, bringing the two points wiihin thirty hours ol each other. Everybody is busy here developing the mines, nnd if two or three mills were running this camp would produce several tons ol bullion before snow flies. The Cal ifornia, owned by Lytle & Co., is at least seven feet wide and fabulously rich. The Argenta is equally rich, but not so wide, while the Crescent, Pioneer, Excelsior, Hamilton, Great Elstern and quite a number of other claims arc producing ore that will mill from one to two hundred dollars to the ton. The Nevada prospectors inclined lo jump ground when they gel any show, but when they trespass on the rights of an Idaho company, I notice they always get off. 1 are Tlie Poto-i. in the edge of town, on the west, is a mine Dial h tu always produced go si Are. nml is now being worked by C. S. jvrk, j.;^ We visited it yesterday, but were unable to get in on account of bid air. The warm su 1 try weather of »he past wei*k ha-* generated damps, so ih.it the me are driven out, and are iiutv constructing canvas pi|>es hieb, with a box-bdlotfs, will be •nd down fresh air and drive the shaft free. down sixty-three feet below ie hundred and ten 'd to This shaft is no I lie second level, or from the surface. A gwrt face of tine look ing ore is in sight on the second level, uud tsdow in the shaft, which will he sunk abo.it thirty or thirty live feel limber. bringing It down to a level with the b.d of Long gnlch, when a drift will be run mt into the gulch, making th it the working tunnel f.»r the mine. Here a natural and level wagon road will run right to the dump and commu ll | arte W ig) Washington street ut the Long brit^F, rrom whence It can lm taken miyvi-hero and to any mill dcs-ired. From this tunnel.which will be the 4th level, there vrili 1« a hundred fi'et of sloping ground, an l « lie mine, g nerally. in as good shape es any The Poiosi \< most eligibly situ ated for working and is the must accessible of any we know of coming out is very rich, sjieciinons *»t presented us by Catd. Peck, show consider ^ frcc In ,. u j t»i camp. wagons. The ore now rti ich »ey «V. C*o. are dring a Rl**hop* Ron smashing business with their planing mill, sash aud moulding factory on Morning i*tar street. We veiled it on Tuesday and exam ined not only the machine but its work, and far as it appears poi-iblc to d > good work with the material to be had here, it Iscertain |y No. 1. The operation of cutting a double tongue and grove in rui inch board and then splitting it with a saw, thus making two nicely matched ceiling boards out of one piece of flourug is a nice job, aud one they do to perfection. The mouldings they ni iuufactunng, large and small,'arc smooth and true, and equal to similar work done in the large cities. The worst smash they have hud, however, w as to smash one of the stand unis that holds ihc feed roller in front of the knife in the planing machine. A hard pii*ce t»f tir wood ««Iged in under the roller and sprung it up coo l*e mendeiJ, however, and nothing very •erious is likely to result from It. j lo bur»t ihe bo;in8, which Ohr old friend «nd fellow laborer, II. N. Maguire, has assumed the edi I torsbip of the IK"er I.odj-e Independ ent, and never fails to please, but has got into a " coppery " mess in associating himself with the conduc tors of the Independent. Come out on the side ot humanity, Mac, and he decent. Tut Chronicle claims the first or ganizaliouof a base ball club in the Territory lor Company 11, at Fort lîoise. If we mistake not, Flint District, in this county, is entitled to the honor or the first organization, nnlen the Boise institution is more I than six months old. Phillip Knhlhsyrr (Yankee Phil lip) and Bish Uuodrich h ive gone in partner nhip In the buthcring buxines* at Elko and White l*im\ nwyerbeat P>t*ey Martey by a fou! on the "lb round in tht ir mill near Elko. Important Lawsuit. —The States- : -- gives a synopsis of the case ! now pending before Chief Juslice j Noggle to restrain Frank B. Britten, tax-collector, from collecting foreign miner's licences from the Chinese under a law of the Legislature of the Territory. fur I he Killt of August, and in the meantime the collecior is restrained from collecting licenses from the Chinamen. M'Bride 4 t Ilenley and Prickelt & Heuston are engaged lor plaintiffs and Jonas VV. Brown lor the defense. The case is began in earnest an<( will in all probability go to the Supreme Court ol the U.S. Tin: m tils are out of joint. On Wednesday morning wo received a bundle of California and White Pine exchanges, ranging from the 1 st to the ltth of July, all coming from the north. Where they h id been or wiio turned them back, there is no record oa them to show. We hope Post in inters in British Columbia, Alaska and Siberia will take the trouble to make a note on straggling mail m liter on its way from Cali fornia as a matter of curiosity to see how far it travels be loro teaching Idaho. m in Thu hearing is set to the Wave.— Lewis W. Sill r li Walker has his bath house, m connection .with his barber shop, in excellent order, to the inspection of which ho invites all lhose des- iring either a bath or a shave; Corner Jordan uud Second sts. Mhf NEW TO-DAY. J. M. ElOSSUM, WilOLKSALK AND RETAIL DEALER IX nil kinds of MERCHANDISE, AND A(i T Fuit Ile es c'a Walla Wall« Whisky. Granite Block, Was: ; 'gt m it.. Silver City. 69tf $150 CO REWARD ! IlOUS 15 STOLES X f £H)ItnEL HORSE—STOLEN OUT OF ilmear's »talile during the night of the 14.li inst.—alKiut 1 .>J 4 bands high—white luce—left U white—rope —figure live ( i} ) upside down on the left shoulder. Fatly Dollar« Reward will ho paid for the capture and return of the horse with out the tliiei; or One Hundred und Fitly Dollars for horse and thief to gether A. P. MIN EAR. Silver City, July 15th, 18tiJ. tool wniie—light hind loot mark aioind me left hock Kill $50 00 REWARD ! New Saddle Stolen—Cost 9100SI WILL BE PAID FOR THE Re covery of the saddle, ami Stf.T for the arrest and conviction of the thief. .My stable w as broken open and saddle stolen the night of the Lilli inst liKSCKivnox : A haii-seatSanJoscsaddle— leather, russ* t c*»lor, aud full stamped—sil ver bullous a id biifckskin stiiugs— encan) behind with hair ol black llama dog skin line«! lull length with Brussel!« carpeting— B.«sles also liie-d with same material—stirup straps single, inches wide, and stamped to c«>rres|M>tid with the border on the balance of the saddle. The tree is manufactured by M Hoar, at Mark West, and is marked to that effect ou ihe caut le of the tree. M U. PKESBY. 6Jtf Silver City July 16th, 1862. $15 Buy the Best. $15 8EXT EY KXrRESK, CASH OX DELIVERY. THE GEXU1XE OROIDE GOLD WATCHES. IMPROVED AND MANUFACTURED K\ us an all the best make. Hunting coats, fine ly chased and tjcautifully enamelled, fiaient and Drtached Lrt*rs % full jewrUrjt , and every Witch perfectly regulated and adjusted, and e«-cl by the Company, in keep correct time , an/I wear and not larniuh , but retain an appearance tiquai lo oohd gold a« long These celebrated watches we are now send 1 1 and express. C. O. I> any (•iia.it st rn ing out by where within the United State» an/I Canada« at the regular wholesale price, peyable on delivery. No money i* required f n ad wa tire as we prefer that all s\ouid receive and Lie goods before paying for them A ttingte watch ft» any $15. AGL'JBOFSIX, WITH AN EXTRA WATCH TO THE AGENT SENDING THE FLUB. $90, MAKING SEVEN WATCHES FOR $90 Also, a superb lot of mort elegant Oroide Chitins, of the latest and most costly styles and pattern», for Indies and Gentlemen's wear. Iront 10 to 40 inches in length, at t»ri ces of $2, $ L $6. and $H each, sent when ordered with watch at the regular wbolesslr add res« pn(«s. . De*erihe the Watch reqaired, whether Ladies or Gentlemen • »is*, and a/J dress your order» and letters to THE OROIDE WATCn GO , 148 Fulton »n>n Net. York. 83tT6 RAILROAD STAGE LINE VULL A R Rangement IIIL.Î. HKAtHEY I-roprltioi. from Silver City to San Krancifto IN THREE DAYS ! YOXNECTING DAILY WITH The Care at Winneniucea, Nevada—COO tuiles troni silver City, Idaho. Carries the United Slates Malls and W., F. A Co's Kxpress, accompanied with Hessen gens. THE RAILROAD STAGE con nects LEY'S HONKER LINK lor ail pails of Idaho, aU'l with the OVERLAND STAGE i«r Sail Lake ana Montana. ;ery day at Boise City with HAI B&r For Further Particulars. Inquire at the office at the Idaho Hotel, Sliver City. CHAS. M. IIAYS, Agent. Silver City. Dec. 11, '68. It Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave kad job S fig PRINTING OFFIC E, Washington Street. -O ) LL KINDS OF PLAIN AND A osMJEnwii JOB PRINTING Neatly and Promptly done to order. Such as POSTERS, PROG II A MMES, Il A X DRILLS, SHOW CARDS, DUS ISESS CARDS, DILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS PAY ROLLS LABELS TAGS RILLS OF FARE, IX VITA TIOXS, A T HOME CARDS. WED DIX G CARDS, STOCK CERTIFICATES . LEGAL BLANKS, MILL BLAKKS , RECEIPTS. XOTES. 41 Our Prices Defy Compi tit Ion ! of Ibis City and County will c< nf:r a favor on the Proprietors of the Wave, keep their money nt home f .r circu lation, and exercise t roe economy by patron izing a home Institution. We guarantee to give entire satisfaction in »II our job work, and all the difference in the prices between ours and those of the larger cities will be the difference in the price ol stock. Business NOTICE THAO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I here U by forewarn aJ! persons not to buy or trade for three certain note.», given by the undersigned to the Oro Film -v Morning Star M. Company, dated October 1st, ls68, pay aille at two,four and six months after dale,for live hundred dollars ey. each, kk the*property lor which said notes were given ha.-* passed to bankruptcy, and also been attached nr.ti sold, therefore, I do not intend to pay the said notes. *)2t70 R0LLA BUTCHER. TREASURER S NOTICE I N COMPLIANCE WITH ANACTF.NTj M ad **41 Adt to ffgaU|i tbt collect lot of the revenue, and to provide certain fund? for the County of Owyhee.*' I hereby pve notice that SEALED PROPOSALS lor the surrender of County Warrant« on the Gen ural and 45-|>er cent Funds will be ree« ive» up to the 3d Hay of Aug st be sealed and directe«: at nest. which proposals to the County Treasurer os Owyhee Count.* The sum or $1,000 and over will be («aid to the persons purrendering warrants on If above f units at the low* st rat«*p, at 2 o'cluev. of said 3d day of August next, at the I*, v., Court House door. Silver City, Owyhee County. Ï. T , Joly 13ib 186!». ' A. H. WEBB. (0-U88J Court>j Trtasurtr ue used fur lb* The following form moy girrender of warrante: I. A. B, hereby oTTfr to surrender to Owy hcc Coumy the ax.com(anying warranto, No-, IH6—, on the-Fond of raid ■3pnte on the dollar, opor. County, lor the amount of the principal and iaterret tlicreon at the time of the acceptance of this iv"l a. a il >ate] RE-OPENING — OP TT1K — OWYHEE LIVKHY Sale »ml FEKD8TABLE. Jordan Street, below the Idaho Betel M aying refitted and fcrmsb ml this commndio«» eflibiwfc'neBi I am again <>n Imnd. to lore»« perform anything required in my line. Bilge!*«, or Job-Wagon«, and NmddK Animal* to Older. tfftf A C. Spricgrr. HYYTRt FINE YOtTNO HY'SOH JL TKA und OLD JAVA COF ® fnr familv use, «utmrior artidea for rarmiywr n f " '' nu