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BANKERS, Silver City, Idaho Territory. P URCHASE AND MAKE .ADVANCES -°>i 1 Buy and sell r Sell on Atlantic States and Europe ; Draw direct on gan Francisco and New York; Receive General and Special WELLS, FARGO & CO. ; : ■ r J. L. Smith, Agent. THE TIDAL WAVE FLOATS, AND SO DOKS TH* Washington Meat Market! Well stocked with the very best of BEEF, MUTTON, PORK. All of which can be had at FAIR RATES. Bg* Just give this Market a call and Dutch Philip, while serving you, will give a learned dissertation upon the quality of beefsteaks, nterspersed with incidents of Australian ile_relate his exjieriences as a Dutch butch er bey among the pretty kitchen girls, etc. PHILIP KOHLHEYER. in Star Brewery and Billiard Saloon. Fronting on Jordan and I Washington Sts. Silver City ./. T., Wm. F. Sommercamp .Proprietor. T HE PROPRIETOR takes this method of informing his old friends and Patrons that he has removed to his NEW SALOON, a few doors north of the Old Stand,) where, heretofore, he will keep constantly on hand the very best Wines, Liquor« and Cigar* to be found in the market. —ALSO— Three No. 1 Billiard Table», with Phelan's Patent Combina tion Cushion.* Orders left at the Saloon for LAGER BEER n barrels, kcg3 or bottles, promptly filled at Moderate Charges. W*. F. SOXMRCA*!*. as nr PHOTOGRAPHIC, H. K. LESLIE, Gallery a few doors below and nearly oppo site Granite Block. Washington st., Silver City, /. T. 1 HAVE MF ROOMS WELL and NLATI.Y furnished, and am Prepared to do all kinds of work in the Photographing Line m the latest and most improved styles of the art Those wishing to obtain the Superior EnaiÜcled Card«, or the very beautiful and fascinating SUN-PEARL [Porcelain^ PICTURES can accomplish their wisues bv giving me a call. . __ A supply of Mill an<l Mining View* constantly on hand. I/Ockets aud rings neatly fil led. Copy Inc Don© to Order l H. E. LESLIE. ttr KRANBERRIES k'odfish, KORNMEAL ANT) krockery, at J. HI'ELAT A: CO. A Notice to Delinquent*. a LL N0TF.S AND ACCOUNTS DUE HI /%_ raMD. ROSEXCRANSnro payable to the undersigned during Mr. K s absence. THUS. J. BUTLER, Agent. l.Ui BEN BERNSTEIN, WHOLXSiL« AND BETAU. DUALE» I* dry - goods, CLOTHING, Boots and 8hoea, Hat«, Cap«, Ladle*' and Furn ! Gentlemen'.« ishing Gotxla, Etc«, : H as on hand a complete and very extensive stock of goods in his line, which be is offering to the trade, whole J sale and retail, for cash, at very low rates. BEN BERNSTEIN, East side Washington Street, between First and Second. SilverjClty, May 1,1869. Ulf A rattling of dry bones has taken place in the household of the faith ful at Salt Lake. The Corinne Re porter gives the substance of what promises to be a war of no small magnitude among the Saints. A new prophet has suddenly risen, or rather burst upon the astonished vision of the "Lion of the Lord/'; causing him to quake as did Belshaz zar of old. The new claimant for divine recognition comes clothed with authority written aforetime in the oracles of the church aud dating back to its "immortal founder. He comes with the trumpet of Zion heralding his own presence and cry ing in the wilderness " prepare ye the way of the Lord and make his paths straight.'' The Reporter says : "A few months before Joseph's " death he stated that 4 the man was •'not born who was to lead this " people, but of Emma Smith should "be born a son who would succeed 'Mn the Presidency after a season of ; 44 disturbance. 1 Joseph Smith was j 44 killed June 27, 1844, and the son, ; 44 named from his father s direction, : 44 David Hyrum, was born at the j 44 Mansion House in Nauvoo, on the 44 17th of the succeeding November. 44 This prophesy is secretly dear to 44 thousauds of Mormons who are " weary of the tyranny of Brigham " Young and yet hold to their laith " in Joseph Smith." This same David Hyrum Smith, born of Emma Smith according to prophesy, is none other than the identical prophet, and would be President of the anti-polygamic Church of tho Latter Day Saints at Salt Lake, where he and his brother Alexander arrived only a week or so ago, and immediately set about asserting the right of David Hyrum to occupy the chair of St. Peter and his successor Joseph in the Taberna cle of JesusChrist in these latter days. The anti-polygamic Church is said to be already composed of upwards j of 15,000 of tbe most intelligent j Mormons in tbe United States, who claim David Hyrum as tbe successor I to tbe throne of his father, and who are ready to come up from Iowa, 111 inois, Missouri and throughout the country to the help of tlie people of j the Lord against tbe mighty Brigham and his bogus and polygamous tribe of Danitei or destroying angels. The reorganized Church claim tho Pacific railroad as a means provided by God Almighty for the especial protection of his chosen lambs against the lawless attacks of Brig ham's trained band of desperadoes. Yet they came unarmed save with the glad tidings of the Gospel, and announced a determination to take the sacred Book of Mormon In their hands and proclaim its truths throughout the land and to all the people thereof. Brigham immedi ately fulminated a bull against them and they repaired to the harem to beard the lion in his den. What j took place there is partly revealed ! by the following from the Reporter: ) scant reports of the j interview, but it is said to have been very warm. Brigham was very an -1 gry at their presumption and denied them the use of the Tabernacle, send ing word at the same time to the Bishops to shut them out of the ward meeting houses. The brothers, at point of the conversation, de nied that their father ever practiced polygamy, citing their mother's tes timony, to which Brigham retorted that their mother "was a liar and had been proven a thief," with much more ol the sort. Be it remembered that the lady thus spoken of is tbe Eiecla Cyria, or " Elect Lady of God," in Mormon theology, who was the glory of their earh history. Like Pope Fagan of the Pilgrim's Progress, Brigham doubtless gnaws his nails in vain rage that he cannot, in former times, let loose the ven geance of his Nauvoo Legion upon these sectarians and crush the rebel lion in blood. If his power were now eqiial to • ' 'eelings, we should bave repeated the story of the Mor risites, when a high civil functionary We have but one J M of Utah led the Legion in broad day to slaughter men and women who had surrendered themselves prison ers. But nothing more than petty persecutions will be attempted at this late day, and we earnestly hope the young men will succeed in their enterprise. Of their religious prin ciples as opposed to Brighamism we know little, but recognize in them tolerant men, good citizens and loy al subjects of the United States. ed Leading German. -We have showu the Capital Chronicle of July 21th. containing a letter purporting to come from a leading German of Cin cinnati to hia friend in Boise City, to several Germans in Silver, and they are decidedly of opinion that Cincinnati would be quite as well off if this leading German would lead his flock in the direction of the green fields and cherry trees of the dear native land he so much prefers to anything in the United States, and if there is another German in Cin cinnati weak enough to be ied by ; such a w i liniQg pitiful leader, he j algo can be spared to accompany ; i 1 j m> The Germans are a noble, : geif-reliant people wherever found, j ant j ^ is slander to stylo the writer Ho is un of such a letter a lender, fit to lead geese to pasture. Thk World man says he is not at all revengeful nor malignant, yet in the same breath swears " terrible vengeance " on us for reprimanding him for his malignant attacks on the Governor and Treasurer of the Territory, in our issue of Feb. 2d, and what he is pleased to term " un gentlemanly assaults on several occasions since. If he will refer to his own files immediately preceding the 2d of February, bo will proba bly find evidences of malignant and revengeful disposition that he had overlooked, as well as " ungentle manly assaults," that he may iu his cooler moments acknowledge called for rebuke such as we administered. j Thk Yolo County Mail is author j to ^ $,-,oo a volume for any treaties on constitutional law, or any I branctl of c j y ;i ) aw> ever written by ft Democrat, notwithstanding Judge Hoge d ec ] ares n0 man can be a good j aW y e ,. [i<y was not educated as a j j) emoera t_ Munificent Gu-t.—G en. John Bid well has given the Butte County Ag ricultural Society a block of lots in Chico on which to build a paviliou. Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave JOB PRINTING OFFICE. Washington Street. ^LL KINDS OF PLAIN AND crmfcHnspTAi j ! ) j ; -1 | j , j 1 • JOB PRINTING Neatly and Promptly done to «nier. Bach m POSTERS. VROORAMMF.S . HANDBILLS, SHOW CARDS, BUSINESS CA RDS, BILLHEADS, LETTERHEADS PA T ROLLS LABELS TA OS B 1LLS OF FARE, INVITATIONS, AT HOME CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, STOCK CERTIFICA TES, LEGAL BLANKS, MILL BLANKS, RECEIPTS, NOTES. ' - oar Priera Defy Compétition I Business men of this City and County » ill conrer a thvor on the Proprietors of the Wave, keep their money at home for circu lation, and exercise true economy by patron izing a borne inslitotion. We guarantee to give entire satisfaction in all onr job work, and all the difierence in the prices lietwren and those of the larger cities wifi be tbe difference in the price of stock._ lb« HABBITT METAL for *ale at thia Office oura 300 THE Appetite! Tobacco Destroyed Leave ofTClit vr ing and Smolc Ing ! THE J"OISOX0US WEED, TOBACCO. ORTON'S PREPARATION Established 1800. On© box of Oiloa'gfPrefarattcn is warant ed to destroy th© up petit© lor Tobacco, in any person, no tin tr-r bow strong Die habit may he. If it fail* in any cate tks money will be refund ed. It is perfectly safe amt harmless in alleu ses. It is almost im possible to break off the use of Tobacco,by the mere exercise ol the th»n« is needed t o n- *ngt nature in over - rpr infy^HH**^" m •rill Some But coming a help of the Préparât A>n, there is not the least trouble. Hund reds have used it who are willing to be ir witness to the fact, that Orton's Préparai ion completely des troys the appetite foi Tobacco.and leave* the person as free from my dour* for it as tie fore he commenced its use. The Prépara lion acts directly up on the same glands and accretion* affected by Tobacco, and through these upon th© blood thoroughly cleaning the poisou ot Tobacco from the system and thus allaying the un natural craving for To bacco. Xo more han bring for Tobacco of 1er using Orton s prt parution. Recollect it is tear ranted. The time taken to Allay all desire for To bacco by the use of th© Prejiaratiou varies slightly'iu different persons,the average time being about five days. Some have no desire whatever after using thePreparation two days. The Health and Purse of every Tobacco user in the country calls loudly, abanix».x thk rs* or Tobacco. Recoin memtat ions. The following are a lew selected from the multitude of recommendations in our pos session : We, the undersigned, hereby certify that we have used Orton's Preparation for th© purpose of destroying the appetite for Tobacco and can assure those who are suffering (Vom this habit that Orton's Preparation will certainty destroy the appetite for Tobacco. quickly and permanently , aud without any bad effect upon the health, and without cre ating an appetite either for the /*reparation or any substitute: W. 1*. Heald, Bangor, Maine; J. Moody, Southport, Indiana: K. W. Adkins, Knox ville, Tenn. ; John Merrill, Bangor, Maine; J. Bunch,Springtield. Tenn. ; W. D. Harring ton, West Point, Ga. From Samuel Camiiday« Editor Journal and Argua. Pktalcma, Gal., Dec, 14, 1868. For about twenty years 1 bad used tolncco in its various forms and fbr tho past eight years had been an inveterate smoker. He satisfied that the excessive use of coming this narcotic was seriously impairing my health, I determined, if possible, to brtak myself of tho habit. Hearing of Orton's Preparation lor destroying the appetite for tobareo. I sent to Portland, Maine, for a box of tlie medicine which 1 received through the mail on the 17th orNovember, A month has not elapBed, and yet the imxlicine has effort Italy relieved me of every eraviug or desire to use tobacco iu auy form. The prep aration is not more difficult or unpleasant take than common chewing sciencientiously believe the p bave the promised and desired effect in every instance where it is given a fair trial, Up on that belief, amt from an honest d**sire to assist olhers who may wish to break away from the slavish appetite fur tobacco. I offer this testimonial. Sa» net. Cassiiuy syp-li'UHirf of Counterfeits and all articles purporting to be tike this, of flit some or otherwise. The great jmpataritg of Orton s /'reparation has ituluced unprincipled per sons to attempt palming upon the. public counterfeit ami inferior articles. Purchas will please order directly from the pro prietor, or his duly authorised Agents Ttie price of Orton's Preparation is | J per bex, or six boxes for $10, scut by mail to auy |Kirl of the country, J» urrty sealed from oh serrate» t, with pnsaag» lend on receipt of tu ghm. 1 r©|*ar.uion will mi price. /lo w to send the money by the amount in a letter, seal carefully, register the letter amt take a receipt lor It ot your Money sunt by mail as above lit. -En. ! ronnan r. directed at my risk. _ Address C. B COTTON, Proprietor, Box 174». Portland Maine Ml so J, HUELAT <fe CO. » DEALERS IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Wine», Liquor«, Cigar«, Tobacro, Iron, and Hteel, CAL AND EASTERN MADE CLOTHING und BOOTS, CAL ami VC'S BLANKETS, Fla, o«I« * Ca««lmere«, Men'« Over»hlrt», Under-Clothing, Glove«, Ludie« and Children's »hoe«, Hosiery and Glove«, Sheeting». Stirling«, Tlrklng«. and Table Linen, BRUSSKIdt 3 and 2 PLY CARPETING, Hone-fihon and Nalla, Carriage Bolt«, A general aivorment of Streif Hardware*. India Rubber xnd Hemp Packing, India Rubber Belting and a General As '°rt".sntofMereh»nd,«. HuELAT4TO !■: pay up and save cost. T he accounts of the owyhee AVALANCHE previous to and includ ing November 1st, V*» "L*? s HILLUMIIXARD W. K McDan aixuanu and wiU collect toe HILL k HILLARD. able to ieU haa the '^Silver City, Jan« ISO», 18«* IDAHO LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLE, —AKD— C O R H A L. ! ISA* tor of tbe join g. < become j r«>| IDAHO STABLE at tl \e Jordan Street Bridge. The Premise* are in thorough ïej*rr Saddle and Harness H< : s for L.re Stork boarded by the day wtvk or m i.tfc Stock Bought and Sold. Good accommodations for Teamsters and Packers. I want to do * share of the busines Come, Sec and l>© S&tisfted. 100,000 Shingle-«, of superior quality, for sale very cheap. 4M t JmHN G. GII.LBON WAR EAGLE HOTEL ! Washington s(. t Silrer City. /. T. V. Blacklnger.Proprietor id T HE PROPRIETOR of th»s I.Ml«« Coin mod lot«« 11«»»: « lvt II nt« d and Rertirnished the FsinM -bmeiit in Su perior Style, niakitu,' i *©ci>nJ to nob* in tl«e Territory. Being situated In the business |*ofllou of town it affords unusual facilities to Ih© trav eling public generally. Rooms Btted up ©* peclally f«*r the use and ill Accommodation of Fa jS 3 t Thankful fur past patronage no paint will l>e spared to merit « c«mttunam © of th* [fllfj V B1.ACK1NGKR SILVER C ITY BAKERY AND SALOON JOHN «RETE, Proprietor. Xezt door above Htil's Theater HIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW NEW tv furniHhcl. and in «irh complet»* or der, that the proprietor take*, pieasn inviting Ilia friendr and the public to call examine and teat hi. Avilira, Liquor», Lager. Ae., anil buy up hi. excellent Bread. Plea. Cake«, Cracker«. .»• Lager by Ih« Olaa., Haart Gallo a. T t S3K s SAM HEIDELBERGER Mh DEALER IN Vrgrtoblrs. Krutt-. Kgg«. Poultry, Butter, Kish. Hum«. Af. Two dttors abort f'ostnJKcr, Washington St A#* Papers will be carried on the mount ain during lb* Summer. 8AM HEIDELBERGER 47; Lumber and Mining Timbers W. L. BURNHAM, lAHtfAcrcini AS© Walxr w all xnrw» ot LI MBER and MINING TIMBER Y NEW STEAM SAWMILL IS SIT! «Ult ill th. Hr.t at Timber, only a -liort distance from town, to furnish all kinds of lumber >.l Rr»Iacr«l Rale«. M ■ aapM •B-Onlera promptly ltlh*»t. W I. tit RS'HAM 4-'* APOTHECARY'S HALL t GRANITE BLOCK ( West Side Washington Street Silrrr City, » Sign ot I he Big Mortnr. J. A. RUPERT, Drnggi.t axnd Apotlieenry. Wholesale aud Retail Dealer m Drug«, Chemical«, Paint«, Oil«. WInflow Gla«*, Patent Mrdlelne«, Fancy Go®*!«. i—Hml with And every Article oenally com THE DRUG BUNINENN. J A. Ht 1 t.KT ltf BLAKE k CO. assatbrb. » Gold Da at. Gold and Silver Bâi llon Melted and Aaaaycd. F. GUARANTEE orR ASSAYS TO conform accurately to the standard ot the U. S. Mini Ber» dlecnunh-t at mirent rate*. Par ticular Biteiilion |«id to «eaay* of ore-of every itewription. w Ilf NOTICE O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I here try firrrwurn all permit* not to boy or trad© for three rertaio boU-r. prireii by tl>* uiwWftigti«*«! to tbe Oro Fin*» k Mommy «Star M Company, d»le<1 Oetober l«t. I^» 8 pay able at two,four ami «lx months after date.for five hundred dollar« rv. t* h, a* the property for which said note-« were given bar p»'**-d to bankruptcy, an«l alro b**en *tt*ehed nn»l sf.it ft • r 're, Id« not intoiid to p«y th# aald notes •3170 T HOLLA BUTCHER.