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u u EDP. ■ran 4 4 Z 1 N0.74. SILVER CITY, OWYHEE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, AUGUST 24, I8G9. YOU. The Tidal I Fare of deeper souls Into our inmost being rolls, And lilts us unawares Out of all meaner cares. Longfellow. THE TIDAL WAVE xs FUBLISIISD SKMI-WKEKLY-j Tuesday and Friday Mornings. BT T. J. Ai J. S. BUTLER, Proprietors. (Posloffict Building , Washington street,) TERMS OT SVBSCKIPTIOX 13 CCRKEXCT: Single Copy, per Year_ " Six Months. One Month... Each. $10 00 6 BO ; 00 50 ADVERTISING KATES IN CURRKXCT : One Square, 10 lines or less, one time $5 00 " Each additional week Professional cards, per Quarter, f~ a liberal reduction from the above rates will be made on lengthy or yearly advertise ments. [Ten lines of litis type, or equivalent space, make ono square.] Agents.—BI.AKE A CO., at the Post Office, Idaho Citv. L J. SWART, at Rogers' Store, LcntvUle. CAIT. GEO. DREW, at the Postolfice, in Herman k Co. 's Store, Owyhee City. H. H. LAMKIN, City Book Store, Boise City. 10 00 grofessionat anb Business Car&s. DR. P. CONNOLLY, Physician anil Suigcon. OFFICE removed to the building formerly occupied by Watson as a watch and jew elry shop, one door north of Bernstein's store, east side of Washington street. Sil ver City, I. T. 68194 A. HUGGAN, Attorney und Counsellor at Law» Silver City OFFICE—Next door to MeDonald&Co'sAssay Office, Jordan Street. [51tf Owyhee County, T. T. N. C BOATMAN, M ,D. d Surgeon. OFFICE—Opjmsite Huelat k Co., one dour north of Golden Chariot Saloon, Jordan-st. Will attend promptly at all hours to the various branches of his profession. (Jltf Physician t J. c. JJKNLKY. J. R. M BRIDE. M BRIDE & HENLEY, ATTORNEYS at LAW, P RACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF the Territory, and in tbo Supremo Court of tho United Slates. , . , „ Office on Court Street, cast side of Jordan Creek, Silver City, L T. 501 F. E. ENSIGN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Silver City .Owyhee County, I. T. OFFICE— Washington st. near Second.  A. L. SIMON oi. TltOS, MCDONALD, McDonald & co. Ä. S3 SSÄ'CFLSa 33. S3 => SILVER CITY, I. T. [ltf HOFFER & MILLER, Wholesale and Retail MARK E T. Washington SL, near Sommercamp's. ltf v DENTISTRY. DR. F. GRETE HAS RE -. sumeit hia old profession, art h »LT^Surser^Mee'hanicaï Deni tiatrv etc., at reduced rates OvFtc* One door north of HofTer k Mil lar's Meat Market. Washington st t£ MEAT B. T. MILLER. HESRY MARTIN, MARTIN & MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Silver City, Owyhee County, I. T [Xtf WEBB & MYRICK, (Formerly King, Webb & Co ,) BANKERS, Idaho Territory Silver City, inn JAS. H, GARDNER, RETAIL DEALER IN merchandise. WHOLESALE GENERAL Cranes Firr-Proof Building. Washington Street, Silver City, /• "■ ltf Dec. 11, 1868. 3Jif of From our Loon Creek Corres pondent. Idaho City, Aug. 20, 1869. Ed. Wave : I have just arrived from the new mines on Salmon river. where I remained six days prospect ing and exploring. 1 made the trip from Oro Grande, the new town, to this place in four days, distance 130 miles over a good road most of the As to the extent of the dig way. gings I am still uuable to speak with Enough prospecting confidence, has not been done as yet to deter mine that fact ; but one thing I do know, enough good ground has al ready been found to make a very good small camp that will last some time. About fifteen miles of the creek has been located for bar and creek, or rather river'claims, as there are about 5,000 inches of water in the stream. Timber is abundant but small, and more water than is needed. These diggings are on l.oon creek. Lemhi county, about 120 miles from Leesburg. Some of the boys from Leesburg contend that Loon creek empties into the main Salmon below Leesburg ; others that it is a tribu tary of of the South Fork, former is correct, the creek is over a hundred miles in length. The road from Dcadwood basin to If the the mines is almost a natural wagon road; distance, as I said in my form er letter, 70 miles. The largest pros pect I know of my own knowledge as having been obtained is 5>2. I that ; it was in two pieces, have been told of S10 a day being Alexander Craig, 1 saw made with a pan. old friend of yours from Tehama county, assured me that he had ob tained $17 96 to the pan. That I He also said n . did not see, however, he got $159 out of a hole 4x4 feet, one piece weighing $8. The $2 I saw panned was out of the claim of Craig & Smith. All the boys who got there last week have all the ground the law will let them hold. Dave Adams and myself are among that number. As to the value of our possessions, it will take time to tell. I am running an express from here to Oro Grande, and Dave is attend mining claims. When I ing to our come in again, which will be in^l2 or 14 day*, I hope to be able to give some more definite information. H. H. K. Idaho Homo on San Francisco. Under the above caption the White Tine News has a well considered ar tide on the depression of the money market in San Eranctsco and the , r 1 Lao criv tumble down of Washoe stocks, giy ing the causes, etc.; among which IS the fire in the Comstock, and con cl,.ties with the following cncourag ing paragraph on Idaho : These faces have been for some time pohdered in San f raucisco, and the idea has been discussed of drop ping Comstock, for a main and bringing m a uew c ass of stocks fresher, based on good property and with promise of improvement, which could be manipulated with some pre rnium on good management and su perior information—without depend ine entirely upon the favor of a srnalb 11 impervious ring. Judge Rowers, of Idaho, has been taking a \ ] 00 k a t the bull and hear perform- auct .s against the air ofMontgomery StWOt,, and has made a mow to bring Idaho into the market, lie has m corporated tile bla Eimorc, at a mil ]i on dollars capital stock, and Will you himself remove to San Francisco to open the principal office of the com pany: The intention doubtless is to make a wedge of the Ida Elmore to introduce other Idaho stocks. Some of the Idaho stocks have been very remunerative to holders, and we think Bowers has the tact to proper ly put them on the market. He takes a time of year which some would think unfavorable, but his only trouble in that view is to act with sufficient celerity. San_ Fran cisco has had its gorge, and is now writhing under the annual stock-and money sickness. To get in there with good stocks, to put on at first in broken doses upon an empty stomach, is the point to make—to let the market revive on this treat ment is to conquer the whole trouble and establish the new stocks perma nently in the public favor. The same point is open for White Pine stock trainers. White Pine was put on formerly with poor skill and at a bad time.and uot allowed one chance in a hundred to succeed. The State Capital Reporter says one of the Oregon Indian Agents, Gazely by name, recently took occa sion to use the most disgusting, pro fane and obscene language towards Bishop Morris, while riding in the stage with that divine, Such an ex hibition of low breeding should con stitute cause for removal. If Gazely is really a disgrace to the civil serv ice, as this charge would indipate, he should at once be replaced by a gentleman. RAILROAD STAGE LINE, HILL BEACH E Y Proprietor. FALL ARRANGE MENT From Silver City to San Francisco IN THREE DAYS ! CONNECTING DAILY WITH The Cars at Nevada—200 miles from i 1 Winuemucca, silver City, Idaho. Carries the United States Mails and W., F. & Co's Express, accompanied with Messen gers. TEE RAILROAD STAGE con nects every day at Boise City with HAI LEY'S PIONEER LINE tor all parts of Idaho, and with the OVERLAND STAGF. tor Salt Lake and Montana. «y- for Further Particulars, Inquire at the Office at the Idaho Hotel, Silver City. CHAS. M. HAYS, Agent. It Silver City. Dec. 11, '68. $15 Buy the Best, $15 SBST BY EXPRESS, CASH ON DELIVgRT. TUB GENUINE OROIDE GOLD WATCHES. IMPROVED AND MANUFACTURED BY Uual ! an teêd by- the C ompany, to ^ a-nrn. These celebrated watches we are now fiend .™ u " )V l mail . ln<i „press, c. o. n. any "g ere Within the United States »cd Can»du «*£0* ^ (h , gondt i,f„„ M^ofor Oum. cl*T^oFSIX. within extra WAT ' CH T0 jhf. ag HXT_ÿ k>" l « CLI ;b, $ 90. MAKING 8E\EN Wati he.s FOBt# m0Bt eleg , nt Orel* „Ateo, a. pc anil ro08t cosUy styles tat Ladies and Gentlemen's wear from 10 to40iuch« cexfif^-,. - regular wholesale ^i lr Drw ri i,e the Watch required, v ,h,iher loties or GrnUrnmt nu, «ad ad ft«, y- ^TCH 00., \ 14S y D lton street New York. ,1 vson ß^RA^^ 0! „ JAVA COF FEK Superior articles for family u^, | t;f at J. HLELAT « wa. rt AT F, W. BLAKE'S, .Robbins'Old Stand, Granite Ilioct. * FKESll Altim Al. -ov NEW GOODS jH — 13 THE — Watch, Clock and Jewelry ^9 Selected in San F rändern by Experienced Healers from the LATEST IMPORTATION8, All New Patter*«. Fancy Roods, Machine Thread, Silk and Extras of all kinds. Sewing Machines of the various patterns Tu to Order. isbed — also, — Spectacle»., Kye-f31»**e», Goggles, Gold Pena, Etc. Etc., 69tf Dissolution Wotlcc. T HB CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing between John Taylor and Frank R. Brookor, In the saloon business, at Silver City, I. T., ia hereby dissolved by mu tual consent The said Taylor takes the property or the firm and pays its debts. Silver City. I T I JOHN TAYLOR Aug. 4th.' 1869. FRANK R BROOKER 7U74 It. H. KAtTIHA». JAM KM M. HAYS. IDAHO HOTEL. St., illvcr C-lty, I. T« Jottl« Tlic Proprietors of this Commodious Hotel have recently repaired and thoroughly renovated the some, and they will endet to make it t. FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in every particular. It it Convenient! v located, being near the Express Office and the Banking Houses, and | the Omre of the Railroad Line of Staues is located in this Hotel. ; Stage« for the Railroad, and all points of the Territory, arriving and departing daily. | The Purest Water Tor all uses, and | »S-Comtbrtable. Bath Rooms are connected | with the Hotel. Believing thut modulions, we have no hesitancy ill asking a liberal share or the public patronage. HAYS k EASTMAN, 29tf] have Superior Accom Silver City, I T April 23,' 1869. Proprietors. _ A Large Lot of Fine Liquors * VF" 1 ^ atextre meîy * low prices ; FOR CASH. Apply to T. B. FITZHUGH. FOR SALE rilHE RESIDENCE OF DR. TIDBITS, X Medical Point Avenue, ia for renter sale cheap. Apply to T. J. Butler, Wave office. 30 THE LAST SPIKE. \ LL PERSONS HAVING UNSETTLED business with the firm of Paige A Cur win in Idaho, will please call and settle with the undersigned Immediately Unless ] laymen La are made at once costs will lie added. | GEO. W. GILMORE 4o;. LIQUOES at WHOLESALE. MKf CITY BOOK STORE. j ! 'i[ii , M. LEBREfHT, Next door to Herman é Co t Rank, —DBALIR IN— Books, Stationery, Legal tap, Notion«, Tobacco, Cigar«, i ; ! CLOTHING, Fruit, Confectionary, Toy», Ammunition, etc. —ALHO— A CIRCULATING LIBRARY. I : 41X1 FINE CIGARS]' 5IXrXFVF Ordered specially for tho Saloon Trade, at Low Pricey at J 8. VAN SLYKE k BRO'S 71'! /a ENUTNE HAVANA CIGARS j fjr at J. HUELAT k CO.'S Silver C'ltjr \\ lioIn»alr Price« CniTfBl««Coiii Kates. COBRVCTBD SKMI-WMlKLY BY TiiOd UmiMi * t • Flour 100 tbs.$ o 75# fl 0# Baron " 27 50# Ian! " . 00# Co 00 Butter " «0 00# Cheese 4 40 00# Sirup f koR. 5 «ü . 12 00# Crushed Sugar f 100 ft*;«.., Jt) 00«* 00 0# Brow n Sogar 41 Pulverized Sugar " Green Coffee " Ground Coffee 4 * Rice * 44 Oyster. I a ih.net*, Clams, etc f case. Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, etc., f ease. Table Fruits, f ease Jelîtes 44 Hominy f 100 Hi».. Soap f box. Caudles f box. Yeast Powders f nus. Blasting Powder f keg_ Fuse f 100 ft. Steel f 100 JTjS. Iron " .. Pick Ryes fl 100 lbs. 30 00# 35 00 . * . 40 OU# 45 US . HO UOOrlHO oe . 00 00<a 2UU "f . 90 0OSS 45 00# 5 OU# 4 OS _ 0 00# 12 US T M# _ 40 00# 45 oS _ 15 00# .... 12 00# _ 19 00# .... 20 00# ... 12 00# .... 07 50# Pry Good?, Clothing, Hats Boot.*, elf , according to quality. as sew a w .. 37 50£ 33 00«j 3* 6* .. 60 00», l* ood as w 15 00 <0 18 69 ... 11 i««4 H 0« _ 16 boa* _ 20 00ft, _ 7 OOtg ... 20 00H 5 core B 50 8 Ut*... «2 00tè « 09 7 Otx.» 3 OOP» 35 OM* 20 Oüt. 22 56 Handles f doc. Hope ft 100 lbs. Tobacco f 100 lbs. Cigars f M. Coal Oil, f case. \jiTii Oil 44 . Whiakiea f gal. Brandies " . Rum and Gin" . Champagne f ha*ket Port Wine Claret Bolters Bitter* Oregon Grape Sirups Quicksilver j>er tank. f case JOHN M. ABBOTT, CARPENTER und JOll-Sllt'P. SASll, DOOnM, TAULES, guoiNF. MM Hl-.lt fiir sale at the «a NEW SHOP, lower end of Waehingto« str.-,'t. Silver City. 1 T BEDSTEADS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK MADE TO ORDER ON Hrasonablc Term» anti Short Nol Irt*. TERMS CAN III! fltf J. B. VAX SLY K X, W. H. VA* »LYK*. J. S. VAN SLYKE & BRO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Bools, Shoes, and Clothing of Every Description. A LARUE ASSORTMENT nf Bheir Hard ware. Carpenter'« Tools, Ac. MILL FURNISHING GOODS, coueisl.n* ot Ga«. Pipes. Union Couplings, Elbow T'a, Strain Whistles, Steam Gauge«, Babbit Metal. Ulohr Valves «kr.. Ac., , Brandies anel Win. nf every Desrriptioa and Finest ttuallty. .... Ws would call special attention too« Stock or Clothing, which we are selling al 'prices lower thua ever aoW in this mark-l heretofore WhlNkli [2tf] J S. VAN SLYKE A BRO Rj jçular C'oTnmnvtlriilloa« of Owyhre* No 5 A. F. »u«i A. M.. held ot Mumoic HhIJ »»ii Hat urday, on *r !*<*forc th« Full ratn.a of «a^h mofitb, at 7 o'clock r a every XaluriUty evening for instruction, 4* War Kaglr l.oilgr, No. A, Mt-eta Thursday evpfilag* »he full moos mouihly, and weekly fur instruction. Owyhee Lodge, No. 2. meets on Friday or each week at 7 o'clock r. « at Maaoi.ie N G ^Regular meeting« of th* 1iKlejiendcnt Order of f;..,,d Temp äf**W tare—Tuesday •AnH»o'elock Hull. evening« at T A J. Wkkx, W. C. T Of Wh *»UU lb. BABBITT METAL for «ale al Un« office.