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NO. 7 A.
SILVER CITY, OWYHEE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, AUGUST \
, 1861 ).
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VOL. 1 .
The Tidal Wave ot deeper souls
Into our inmost l»cing rolls,
And lifts us unawares
Out of all meaner cares.
Longfellow.
THE TIDAL WAVE
IS PUBLISHED HEMI WEEKLY—
Tuesday and Friday Mornings.
BY
T. J. A .T. S. BI TLER,
Proprietors.
(Postoffice Building. Washington Street,)
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN CURRENCY:
g nglo Copy, per Year.
'* Six Months.
One Mouth...
Each.
$10 00
5 50
1 00
6(1
advertising rates in currency :
One Square, 10 lines or less, one time $5 00
" Each additional week. 2 00
Professional cards, per Quarter,
.. 10 00
A liberal reduction from the above rates
» ill bo made on lengthy or yearly advertise
incuts. ...
[Ten lines of thiR type, or equivalent space,
mike one square.]
Agent*.—BLAKE A CO., at the Post -
off!re. Idaho City.
j. j. SWART, at Rogers' Store. I.entville.
CAPT CEO. DREW, at the Postofllce, iu
Herman Ic Co. - s Store. Owl hee City.
H. H. I.AMKIN, City Bunk Store, Boise
Citv.
ijiefcssfonal anh ©usintss Carbs.
DR. P. CONNOLLY,
Physician and Suig«on.
OFFICE removed to the building formerly
occupied bv Watson as a w .toll and jew
elry shop, 'one door north -f Bernstein's
»tore, east Fide ot Washington street, ^u
vor City, 1. T. 68,94
A. HUGGAI1,
at La \r 9
Attorney a ltd Co un ••«•11
Silver Citv .Owyhee County, I- T.
OFFICE_Next door to MeDonaM&Co** Assay
Office, Jordan Stn*«*t. [ftltr
N. C. BOATMAN, M -D.
Pltysielan and Snrge
OFFICE—OppoMte Huelut k C
north of Golden Chariot Saloon, J«>
Will attend promptly at nil hours to the
various branches ©f hi» pr«»res»i«»u. I«** 14
ono door
rdan-st.
J. C. HENLEY.
J. K. »'BRIDE.
M BRIDE & HENLBY,
ATTOKSEVS at h VW,
P RACTICE IN ALL THE COCKTS OF
the Territory, »nrt m tho huiircmo
Court of the United States.
thllcc on Court Struct, cast side or Jordan
Creek, Silver City, L T. *
F. E. ENSIGN,
ATTORNEY AT L11V,
Silver City .Owyhee Conmy, I. T.
OFFICE_Washington st. near Second.
[HI]
A. L. SIMON Dl.
THOS. MCDONALD,
McDonald & co.
LAJ LS3. S3 =.
SILVER CITY. I. T. [Uf
HOFFER & MILLER,
WHOLE*ALL AND RXTAIL
91 A K K. K T.
M E A T
Washington Si., near Somraercamp ft.
ltf
K. T. MILLLk.
HE.NKY MARTIN,
MARTIN & MILLER,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAVA ,
Crrv, Owyhee County, I. T. [ltf
WEBB & MYRICK,
Silver
{Formerly King , Webb it Co.,)
BANKERS,
Idaho Territory.
SlLYRR City,
[ltf]
JAS. H, GARDNER,
WHOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALER 15
MERCHANDISE,
GENERAL
Crane e Fire-Proof Building, Washington
Street, SUver Cüy, I. T.
ltf
Dec. 11,1S69.
dentistry.
mam DR. F. GRETE HAS RE
•Slro sinned bis old profession, *ndj'
prepared to perform all operations m urn
tal Surgery, Meclxanic»l Den
tlstry, etc., at reduce.1 rates.
door north of HofFer & Mil
Ur » Meat Market, Washington st GR£T&
Omn—On©
wir
T„ E following inspired passages, ;
spoken by the bite General h. D. I
Baker, we clip from the Humboldt \
1
delivered in San Francisco in 1860 j
er,
seen her friends fly from her ; her ;
foes gather around her. 1 have seen
her bound to the stake ; I have seen ,
them give her ashes to the wind, ;
But when they turned to exult, I 1
have seen her again meet them face
to lace, resplendent m complete
steel, brandishing in her right
hand a flaming sword, red with in
I t ikt* r mi rase
j taKe coinage.
*
The first is from a speech
National.
his way to Washington as Sena
tor from Oregon :
on
*• We are a city set on a bill. Our
As for me, I
li«jbt cannot he hid.
dare not. I will not be false to free
Where the feet of my youth
«lorn.
were planted, there, by freedom, my
feet shall ever stand. I will walk
beneath her banner. I w ill glory i
her strength. 1 have watched he
in history, struck down in an hund
red chosen fields of battle. 1 have
sufferable light.
The people gather around her.
Genius of America will lead her
son-« to freedom.**
The following U his apostrophe to
the comet of 1858, spoken at the
cable celebration in Sail Francisco
on the 28tb ot September of that
y ear :
" We have accomplished a great
work ; we
a point ;
tw.dltb of the circumference ot our
globe with a chain of thought puls
u'imr with intelligence aud spiritu
a.izing matter. But, even while we
|Ä'Ä tAXw,
as it to impress us with a becoming
sense of our weakness compared j
with his power, his seta new signal
° f If i& to-iic'ht" 'fietluw-citizens. you
will look out from the glare of your ;
illuminated ci'y to the northwestern
h-aveus.you will perceive, low own ;
stMnger^tUm e'.met ot"l858, then
supposed to be the comet of Charles
V.,] pursuing his path across the
skv. Am.d the starry hosts that
bv a brc'hler uun'i aulKoilowed by
a'liro.tder train. No living man has j
gaz.'d upon its splendors before ; no !
" stelltet vutaiy of science has traced
its course for neavly ten generations,
ft is more than three hundred years
since its approach was tisible from
our rtlanef. j wheu at last it came it
startle l an Emperor on his throne,
and while the superstition of his age
taught him to perceive, in its pres
•, a herald and a doom, bis pride
saw in its fl tming course and fiery
train,the announcement that his own
tight was about to bti extinguished.
In common with the lowest of his
suliieets lie read omens of destruc
iiori ill tue baleful heavens, and pre
pared himself for a fate which alike
awaits the mightiest and the meanest.
Ä sÄsrrsw:
heaven* with a far clearer percep-1
non. We see in it the predicted re
luru of the rushing, blazing comet
ihnmg'i the sky. the inarch of a
heavenly messenger along its ap-1
Srrltridf: ■' Fo*r r l n ree te hÄ
years he has traveled amid the re
gions of infinite space. ' Lone wan
. •ring, but not lost.'he has left be-1
hind him shining suns, blazing stars
and gleaming constellations, now
mutrer the Eternal Throne, and
again on the confines of the universe,
He returns, with visage radiant and
benisrn : he returns, with un imped
ed march ami unobstructed way ; he
returns, the majestic, swift, electric
telegraph of the Almighty, bearing
upon his flaming front the tidings
that throughout the universe there
id «till nptipp and ordur « tn3l 3IDK1
the immeasurable dominions of the
Great King his rule is still perfect ;
that suns and stars and systems track
their endless circle and obey the
Hternal Law.''
have diminished space to
we have traversed one
li
*ne<
; £££"£*
I Arnoldj A 8 McKelvey, J
\ Burr, A T McKibbins. I, C
1 Boyd, J H McKay, M T
Bràman, S C Meloy, Ned
j Bnan, E o Mason. *
Bosserman, R C Mcllinger, T J
Clark, Cuttmgtou Munrue, Jane
Chilton, H P Moffett, Jas
Canter, A F Nolan, J P
Clinton, K H Noble, John
Colburn, Wnt Peterson, I. A
Ca'laway, A E Pearson, P C
Croeheron, J H Paradis, G
Bowlen, JR 2 Palmer, A
Duvall, John Pheebe. Thos
Poolf, John Price, Mrs Kate
Donahoe, John Rideout, Richard
Eaton, H H 2 Robinson, Wm
F.no. Frank Shaw-, B F
Etre«, Henry Smith, John
Frank, A B Sullivan, I» M
; Finey, Chas Smith, s T N
Gandry G S Sandera. Mrs C
, y Stewart. Jeremiah
; Hams, Simon Turnbull, T R
1 Hancock, 0 Townsend, Frank
wm Th ,«
Hlinter j ()hn vogl, Henry
Herssey, R Vogel, Ernst
Jacobs, Oble Lewis
Jordon, James walker, I^wi3
Kirkpatricki E A write. Wm
Killingsworlh, W A Wright, E C
King, Elias Wagoner, John
Kettle, Samuel Warner, M
Kelly, Edward Wosterfield, G
Lewis, Oscar Winegar, L
M ©field, Louis
Persons calling ft»r the above letters will
please say "Advertised** and give the date.
Jos. BrRY, P. M
2
VVk leurn from the Uumboldt Na
tional that Robert Me Both has sold
his interest in the Little Giant mine
to Mr. Fox for $ 10,000. We are glad
to hear of Bob's succees. llv* has
rustled and had hard luck long
en ,,
11 is . iQ contemplation to have
free bridge at Winnemucca and one
j at Golconda. F. X. Baud, one of the
p VO p r i e t 0 rs of the French Hotel, died
about a year ago. bequeathing to
; the city of Winnemucca a sum ot j
mone y jor educational purposes,_,
; w hj c h j s now being expended in
building a school house. |
Sheriff Thacker has received a
j etter f rom the Sherilf of Mohave
C(lUn , Arizona, apprising him ol
the capture of Joe Lindsay. Cage:
j was still at large, but the officers j
! wpre on [jj, track. Thacker started
Aia oa thp 17 th with a requi
,or ....
j sition to bring them back,
j
}
....
j as vile a scorpion and loathesome a
j ^„g j n the Democratic party in
! Q a jif orn j a as he did during his pre
: "" k rr
in Nevada they will soon hoot him
j out - LS |, e was hooted out of all re
j SI) table com pany in Nevada.
, * r - j- -
„ Chinese case, involving the
! right of the Sheriff of Boise county j
j to collect foreign miners' license (
j f rQm Chinamen, has been decided i
Noggle in favor of the
: by Judge cogg
j collection of the tax. The Judge,
: sa y S there is no U. S. District Court
j } ho an ,i as the Chinamen have !
Uw and recover
1 a right to sue a
money wrongfully collected there i
aa remedy in equity. The case will
j anoes ied to the Supreme Court, j
, üe a PP e ' 4 '
; I)an McCleery, of the Toll,
UNC '
House, advertises m the Chronicle
f or t wo horses and a buggy stolen
,. Tbe t hiel 's name is
*™ 1 " ' i
' Walker '
a
Charles A. Sumner, who last year
stumped the State of Nevada against
Senator Stewart and endeavored to
the State for Seymour aud
carry
Blair, has turned up in San Francis
under the pretence, and was in
troduced the other night as a recent
If he proves
CO
convert to Democracy.
:
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AT F. W. BLAKE'S,
HoliMn»' (Mil Stand,
Granite B'ock.
j
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Watch, Clock and Jewelry
J
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FRESH ARRIVAI.
NEW GOODS
: H
n Tim —
Selected in San Frawlftcn by Kx|*erieneod j
I Valera from the
MPOUTATIONS,
All Slew Pattern««
LATEST
Fancy Good«,
Machine Thread,
Silk an«!
Kxti
Sc wing Machine« of j
j the various pattern« furnUhcd
,iof all kind«.
I
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to Order.
— ALSO, —
Spectu* 1rs, Kyr-GlaafS«
Gosh lea« Gold Pcs»*,
Etc.
Etc.,
tRHf
fl. B KAbTMAN.
JAKES M. 11 «YH.
IDAHO HOTEL.
•lovtlHii St., Silver « 11} . I. T.
I
Thp Prupri.-tora of this Commodious
n'.ly ri l^iirrd and Ihoronghly
vatcl I!ir sumo, and tlirv will f n i'-avu
:,k.- It a FlKsT-t'I.ASS II«»TKI.
Hotel have r.
rel
inilar.
m ever)- 1»
It i* Cmuvnifiilly lnnilrtl. IteiitK near tie;
Express om
•I
|o ami lli«* Banking H«Mi*n*.
til«' Olfi««* »I **»•• I'»« »!**
<1 l.i
t- Ot
Stngr* is LmuU ù In this lioU*l.
St Mg«*« for Hi«* Kalliua«l.
of th«*Ti*rrit«»ry. arriving «mi d«*iM riing«l.iil>
The Paare«» W« 1er for nil c-*". «'•»'" :
4#-«_'<>mf'*rt:iMc iti111 Roo» is uro < «•nu**« u* l j
with the
Believing tlmt we have Sup«*
modatioii*, wp have no In**»» ui»y
liberal share ol' the puMfe pitnm
H \Yh A KASTMAN,
2Uif J rr«»pnet«#ra. |
«I all |w»in»s*
a
Aocoin
Air.-a I
!
Silver Citv. I. T.
April 23. 1S69.
FOR SALB.
lt . I1R
| Mcdu-.d i-..mt Avenue, is ft.» r' ut..
"^TS.t. J. Butler, Wav. office
.
the anderaikinsi inunvdiatsiy.
ow *' nn
Ibvùi» at the Tio»u Wav* dice,
ntf J- »■ baker.
30 ;
THE LAST SPIKE.
LL PERSONS HAVING T N^KTTLF.D
.•ou are made at once eohL
I* ii 1ms pay
will Ih* added.
GEO. W GILMORE.
4*ltf
LIQUORS at WHOLESALE.
A I.ftrgr 1,0» of Flnr I.lqnort
yil.L HE DISPOSED OF AT WHOLE
suie at extremely low prices
Ft» It CASH. Apply m
T. Il F1TZHUGH.
»
i
50 tf
CITY B30K STORE.
m
, M. I-F.BRRCTIT,
Next door to Herma* if Co's
Bank,
— PKAI.RK IS—
Kook«, Stationery. I
Notions, Tobncro, Cigar*,
CLOTHING,
Fruit, Confect ion Mry, Toy*,
C»p.
.eu a
Ammunition rfr.
A CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
4 i tf
RANCH FOR SALE.
j
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A
160 ACRES OF LAND !
SPLENDID SOIL.
Capable of [.rndueing
All Ton* of Kxrellenl Hay
and any i,uant„y and Rind, of VegeUWe*
Situated on Oubarine craek, two mile« .
Prie*»
, HI I,< r Cl»y Wlmlmlf
Current—Coin H.tr*.
in w*k*iv u ni» *wimi*r*
(OMICTIP
... ) ft t:*# « o©
_ 21 fttft»©
ao oo< . ot
j Flour V K» tt.s
Bacon
j ljird 44
J Butter 44
I Ch«*e*e 4
Sirup *|l keg, ft irai .
J Urudiint Sugar t« 1W l**.
1 Brown Sugar 41
I Pulverized Sugar 44
J Hie« **
j Oyster. Ldwlcrs, Clams, etc
y case.
j Tomatoes. Corn, P
V cane .
Table Knute, ^ dar
Jellies
Sphvs "
I Hominy V 100 Ihs
Soap box
Candles **
Yeast l*owU*
... 60 WM*
I
12 WgfC
30 00«* to •-©
2ft ۥ
. 22 MV«!
... 37 ft«»**.
33 00*1 li 0#
60 ÜU*»
is v*»,, H 06
j
lft 0*0. 1ft 06
etc ,
12 00<<6 14 06
14 tin««'*
7 «XV*
20 06ft
ft tMJM, ft ft#
S ©Of*
42 <N*'t 4.- OC
. 7 ©Uft
3 ©Ok*
ftft HO**
20 00ft 22 6©
. mv«/. 36 ©c
i» u©
* F* K"
der > k«*g
B las ling P«
» V 100 ft.
j Ste« l f» 100 lt>*.
I p
lVk Eye* y loo tti
Handles >» ri.*z.
Rope T B»0 !t»s.
Tobacco y lUO tb*.
Cigar* t* M.
« oal Oil, V ran«....
I wml Oil "
Whiskies ^g»l...
Brandies " ....
Rum and G in* * ...
7 00*
• or* 4ft ©0
UO ©Ufa l H© 00
«0 ©o©i an© on
20 «mt#
4« r » ©Oft
ft 0©
6 (N> , 12 06
7 00W
40 no*
'
4ft 0©
('hiiluprignc ^ l***kl*t
Port W
.. 15 00H
.. 12 00. *
. . 1«
. . 20 «N*».#
.. 12 ©Oü©
.. «7 Mu.»:
V caao.
n
at
I Inker* Bitt»rt
■...._ m Grape
Sirup* 44
Quicksilver per lank. .
I»rv nothing. Hale Boots, etc.,
acconüng to qimlitv.
>r
JOHN M. AEEOTT,
h AHH,
C*ARPF.ATEH »ml JOll-ftllOP.
IHiORN.
*1 UILE«,
HKI)ftTFAI)ft
AND ALL KINDS «*1 WlMlD WORK M ADE
TO ORDER ON
Reaunnahle Term« and
Notirr.
fthort
■ »OINK VsI MRRK for *ale at the
i»R NEW SHOP, N»*erend of Washington
■el, Silver City, I T
TERMS CAS II ! ! (Ilf
J. ». VAN SI.YKE,
W. H. Vi.V SLTKK.
J. a VAN SLYKE & BRO.
V» liohsal* und Letal! Dealer« in
<S K N K »{ A L ftIRIK'llA\DISK,
Hoot*, Shoe«,
il tint hint;
of Every Description.
LARGE ASSORTMENT «*f Shelf Hard
r. Car|tenter'* Toolii, A«*.
MILL Fl RNISHING G*m»DS, ronfurtiog of
A
Gas*» Pipe*.
Cii ion t ottpllrt£M,
LClbow T'»,
Nteni
Whistle«.
«•nftf«.
IlMhblt Metal.
Globe Va I ve*
Ar., At.,
\\ hlklilfx, Biandle* n n«f \\ In«
of erery De«eripf Ion and
Finest Quality.
\V >: w»hiM (- 4II »penal attention to ou
St«* k of ClfMhing, whirh v»e are Mdlmg *1
pria** l«»Mrrr than ever m!<i in thi* market
fj<*rrt«>f«>re.
Hint 1
(2tfl
J S. VAN SLYKE A BRO
A nettnlnr C
^^Vof Owyhee Ia*lge S*.». 5. A F an4
V A M., Iield at Maaooie Hall on Sat
~ unlay, «»n «»r liefere the full moon
b month, at 7 o'ckv î, r m Meet every
Saturday evening fur instrvrtion,
nlratlon
of
War Englr f ixlgr, No. II. Mret*
Th«ir?«l»y evening* proceeding the m«*o*
monthly, and w««*ki> for in«trucU«>ij

Owyhee l..>.lgr, No. »,
n.eet. on Fri.lay of earh we.*
■F* I o duct r a M Until
~ Hall.
«J«-'« ^7 r 'Ä*Te»p #
«A# lara— Tuesday evening
N. (i
o'clock.
A. J W
», W C T
300
lb* BABBITT METAL
for a*Je at tint Office.

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