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„uii iu >ni niuf a* w* ««»Tii* WMI> AA» I» ll'MIU« ABBOTT, JOHN MCarpenter, Washing ton st, BOATMAN, N C—Physician, Jordan si. BERN HAM, W L -Lomber dealer BENOIT * LAGAI4HER—Htock Ranch, Boon fill#". BERSHTEIN, BEN-Merchant, WaAhing Ingt/.n «L JIUIHHOM, JAM M —General Merchandise, Crane's Granite Hlore, Washington at. RI.AKK A GO — Asaayers, Granite Block, Washington at. BKACHKF fi 11.1.—Railroad Klage Une, C. M Hat» Agent, Office IIOKMAS, EDWARD— Boot* and Hhoes, Waaïuugton, near Fourth st. HlGKUiW, W, D — Groceries, I.lqners, Veg c tables, etc., Washington st. BI.AI KINDER, V— War Eagle Hotel, Wash legten Ht reel OOSSOM.V, DR. P—f>sl side Washington street, ne«l to Bernstein'»store. DREW GEORGE—Uvery Htal.le, Owyhee City, Flint District. DEREN k AI.I.EN—I.lqilOT Dealers, Hample Risim, Washington »I. KNHIGN, F. K. —Attorn*/ at law, Wa»h Ington st. EWING THOK A CO —General Merchandiae, Granite Block, Washington au 11 T/.HCGH, T H.— Liquor* at Wliolesale. GRETE, JOHN-Bakery and Saloon, nett door to Ultra Theater, Washington st. •ill.lBON. JOHN (I — Idaho Htahlr, Jurdan turret Bridge GRETE, F. —Dentist, Washington st GRAHAM, JA MRS—Liquor dealer, Wash Ington st, one door aoutti or Second. GARDNER, JAS H.—General Merehandlae, Granite Block, Washington at Ut'OGAN, A—Attorney, Jordan st HEIDKI.IIKKGRR, HAM—News Deisit, Post office Building, Washington at. Jordan at. HAYH k KASTMAN—Idaho UoUd fetid Slug* Otter, Jordan fet 1IOKFKK A Mll.I.KK- Mail Mark«»!, Wfefeh ington at. HfcHMAN A m - Hank«*m fend Wlmlfe naht Merchant«, Washington fet. IIDKLAT k GO - (totwnd Murc.baiullaa, cor. .Ionian k Haoond ala. JUNKS TOM and ( HAS I.lfKKMOKK-Hfe ham, Jordan St root. KOHLHKYKK, PH l UP- Washington Mar ket, Jordan at. I KItUM HT, M -1'iMtofltt* Hook Store,neal to Herman A t.Va Hank, Washington ut LISCOMII, A M (-oamopoUUti Instaurant, Washington it. I.KSI.IK, It K Photographer, Washing ton at I.UHKNSTKIN, K. (11*1) Central Mcnhan «liai*, .Ionian *U MimiDKA IIKN1.KY Utorufe).» all Gattri Street, i a«l ml«* of Jonlan I'rrrk, MKUKII., J. P Sharp lUncti Station, Jor daii Valley Ifc DONAl.D A I'D Aaouvcra, Jordan at MAltTIN k Mll.I.KK Attorney« at Iaw M orning Star at. HPPKKT, J A. -.A|H»ih»vary'a Hall, Granin* Work, Washington at. BOM MK KG (MP, W V Saloon and Hrew rry, Wnahlngtoii «I »PHI NGK It, A f, . I.Dory Staldr, Jordan at TlloM ts, ItoitKItr Dolmomco Kentaurant, lo'vi'rrtu) of Wfeidiingtnn Strfeoi. VSIIKK k HOWKN.—Oloa Urouc.U Saloon, Wnahlitglon nrw'i ▼ AN SI.YKK J S k HIUI. — Honorai Iter ohatidlM*, Granit«* Hlock, Washington at. WKKKS, KOBKKT 11 --Sure««* and Tinware, Jonlan at. W Al.KK.lt. I.RWIS W.—Hath Itonaa and harbor «hop* cor. .Ionian aud Koc«»ttd at. IffCl.I.S, I AKOO A t o tUnkara, Lranitc III*h k, Wahhlngton Stri t t W K HH A MYHICK Matikara, Jonlan at. OLIVE BRANCH SALOON. Sert Ihhir to (he /Wf.qji. e. The moot popular plat« In town to , ^ ( holm liii|uora and ( Igart I'flHRH k HOWES, IY«»|»r»War#. mr u The Bully Lager Beor, Oh The Niro Lager l«err." UK 7.APP TOOK OH ARG R OF THK t tty llieu *ry On April Mli.and 1» now Piiittluii that |H<pitlar KaUbllabmMil Herr \u K«qp*, by (life Gall«»», auil by the Glana aUva> a on put tu (life G«»l«len x liMrlot Malmm. Ntipplusl ou Tvaaonablfe term« UXt \ In Bottle« d st the Id' F h mi It willi • superior article. 1 tl I. I» 1* K M *, A lino Awuirtlilt'ltl. At UI.AKITA i « DISSOLUTION NOTICE r«VUK OOPAHTNKRSHir bfeivCkifore wt ■ iMiiUg boi worni .1 R Hrtglnun aii4 R H Wfeaka, m thfe «u»v* anU Un« are bualofvs, »* Una «lay 4i»*oU«d by mutual »ousont R H \v«sikà a ill ait II o uHtnuri ihv buwmyw at (life »Ul Matul AU thorn' mJfebust to Ulfe late firm, ferthrif t»y mHfe or tuu'k aowunt, are re qtirerel to Mile ma «mm m» |H»«lhlr, JOHN R BRIGHAM, R H WKKKS. Silvfef CHT, Ang V4, 7MÄ» FINK I II. tU tie.i*red rtuv'jdiy fur the s*Hvut Trade. *t Lew tYteo.- »t Mtf sooo J & \ AN Si V KK .» P>>' S Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave, Tuesday Morning. Aug. 31, IKBD. IrOCAIi. See Tom Wall»' notice of races, etc. Henry Maguire received on Sunday last a present of two One Irish linnets from Fort Boise and is applying himself to the task of teaching them the tune of " Napper Tandy." A. HI. (rUroinh will have a aplendid Hopper prepared at 1 i!h reHtaurant od Thurs day night for all who winli to avail them •elvea of it on the occaalon of Um» ball at New Masonic Hall. A hunting party spent sever»! days last week at the lava bed and (tow creek lakes, killing a large number of Tat ducks We came in for three line fellows, for which we are Indebted to Tom Ewing A hell broke in the Ida Elmore Co's mill the other day and the loose ends were pound lug one of tb. workmen to death, when lleury Maguire rushed to his rescue and yaukeil him out of his perilous position. - Wm. limner arrived in town on Hut urday evening with two large 10 mule teams loaded with grain from Grande Ronde,- part of which wns unloaded at the »tore of J. Iluclal A Co., and part at J. H. Gardner's. Itoaaltrr W. Kaymoml, Govern ment Mining Statistician, has been examln mines during the week. He culled upon us yesteritay morning and speaks quite encouragingly of the future of Owyhee. He led at lour r M lor Boise. mg A Morin I Hull In a<Iv»*mw*l to tak«' lu the m*w Mosoulc Hull, over Bishop, Hon tin j A AV* Hush factory, ou Morning Sur aliv**t, <*n the oven I nf of Thursday next Admission five dollars, cy. A ploaa uni •caution Is anticipât«'»!. Deliktonico ta tin* name of a new roa taurant started m the building lormerly known ni Simon's Kontiuirant, by Kobert Thoniaa. the Algerine e«a»k,wh# »a orletiraU' 1 for hla daxteiity in preparing food for the body In meat exqulKitc stylo. . « . - The old Knickerbocker Co'aditch,bought bust sofejH>u by Vf. F. Sutmufrcatup and J. F. Dye, we otiaerve la being cleaned out and repaired ao that a iupply uf water will soon Ik* furnished to partie* living ou the west side ol Jonlan creek and south of First st. Grave«, who ho* been to lha Wagon that there at work down there, some I' about town mines, informs feoventy five oprtiiug their claims and some sluicing. The rule is about six dollars a day for those who have their claims in good shape Tit«»»« two prince« of g«K>d fellows, Clark Colvig aud Hilly Holt«*n, over luiud.ul of the dilapidated printer and his mont ur gent uecrssitu'H, made their appourane«» m our ortlce yesterday aud presented us w uh a quantity of Graham's boat. Only for their request to Kiy nothing ubout it, wo would aeknow lodge receipt. Iliake'« patent nn*k breaker was math tag up Chariot ore at the Owyhee Co's null y est onlay morning, and to no«* it work, but arriv«*d a few minutes too late, an sumo of the castings gave way and tin* machine had to «top for a lew* days. A pattern I* already at CaUlow 's foundry and it will soon \hs repaired. IMvaif Nrli«M»l.— Mm E Adams will « ouimt'tice leaching a aehvt s«ho«d. at her residence, near the Morning Star mill, next M«>nday, September 6 i!l Tuition «me dollar, currency, per week. Mrs. Adams, having taught-or vend terms at this place and at Huby, and prev«sl herself to be a ver>* su |>enor leachei «*f young pupils, her school will doubtless tie well attcuded. haste u.'tl down Wc visited the District School kept by ti H. tsmly. E*I] , *nd witurased the Friday aftorooon's.xorciw. of the pupds lust week wli.i-li «etc very creditatde tadeed Wo had t«eeu in ttie house but a tew minutes when by umunmous vote .if the echoui H..n F. E Ktialgn and ourwelf were »etacted to sit as a lury to deetde «poll the excellence with which the orludara should r»>wd wkctHw fn'tu their r,'.>diap bo> ka Tuh»v.h«Mt summon«! to try a case in court involving money or protxry of vast amount, would mu have impressed, us with a greater sens«' of rosjwusibiti'.y, but. con sutemig the fialteruis vote by which we were chosen, we .tare mu tt.v .ae, am! so act.d to the Ket of our ability.amt coccta i.\i aiter h.santii the school ro»-u is*» H». lax *i. Connors, «*f Ruby city. wm* ».ire disum t in Articula!soi. correct tu itneoatsui and a; an* . .. *rn *■ • ; ; 7w wTrf, * ' vlî ticuiArs while m ear they ■«» '.»r»*d;K* uv OM'-slr, tb as ruuu.rai v' er the pumiuati.ms. »iSpSas words with each .utter and stsuhvj the sens* o. the lex'. I X . rertheless. laker, ss a whole, wv dcuh. . Nether another cwuiaserty cas he ft« ave can ye\ j*y •> here the s*a*e o-.a-Vr »< c& d*ioe m.ur p.'-V. rew*rx Ocr reporter on the mountain Rendu uh the following note* of hi* observation* on Saturday last, 28tb: I have visited and examined seve ral mines to-day, commencing with the Golden Chariot, which bas im proved vastly in shape. More ore can now be taken out than ever be fore. Mr. Walbridge, the superin tendent, ha* adopted the contract system, which increaees the amount of work done, as well as the amount of rock taken out, and lessons ex This is the principal upon which all shafts should bo sunk and tunnels run, as men will take more interest in the work when they are •loing for themselves than when on day wages. The Ida Elmore has everything in b-aiitilul order ; engine, shute, shaft and everything about the surface of the mine housed in and well raised ut of the snow, when it comes. Tli.> ledge In the bottom of the shaft is i cher than 1 have ever seen it be lt is full three feet in width its equal for producing rich rock in .quantity has never before been tou d in Owyhee county. They are tut, ig out an average of twenty tons pi-r day of this immensely rich rock, T! e Red Jacket has about forty tuns ol richer ore than any I saw else , here, or in fact have ever seen sine" the palmy day* of the Poor Mr. Clark informed me that Up <i fot«'. anti mar. lie bad gone through ninety feet of this rich ore and it still continue* the same from top to bottom, and all that hintlero it from being the best mine in camp is want of sine, lie has eighty-one feet of backs above him to work out, and should it con tinu« as 1 saw it I expect to hear of I he largest clean-up from the same number of tons ever made in this I «amp. The Empire still holds it* grip ; the deeper the better. 1 saw some splendid ore on the dump, which Judge Robinson was having hauled to the Webibot mill and working it h unself. Every appearance indicates a good mine, and the universal wish is that it may be so. Judge Robin son is one of our most energetic and enterprising prospectors and surely deserves success. From Cope.— We notice the arriv al i»ince our last issue of George W. Haker, E. A. Kirkpatrick, Those B. Fitxtmgh and Richard TregaskLs. We have also received several let ter« from parties resident there and large lot of fine specimens from the Argenta ledge. John Dixon, recorder of the District, writes as follows : a This camp bas improved very rap iilly indeed during the last two month*. Silver city is well repre sented and most of the Owyhee boys We have have flattering prospects, sold the Mountain city town site to T. IS. Kitxhugb and he is busily en gaged having it laid out and selling lots. We ?end you some ^pecimons It is all rich* We of Argenta ore. sack up and send nearly everything that comes out to Washoe aud San ua <.«EV. t DU. 5S.UVR2 reached ?an Francisco l>n the 57th and was re ' H œived with greater «lat than any Of the distinguished visitor, the . . / ra!är '^ broa ^ h5 10 The German Republicans claim him - their guest, but the Americans »ad other naäoBaliries claim an in . , I terost in ttm also. several Francisco for reduction, new and rich ledges have been found within the last ten days, and all we want now to beat White Pine in the shipment of btillitm is one tm-sLcap miu. Al Cage writes that he cannot mention the rich ledges without sending an abstract of the Recorder', books, a# they are all rich. etc. fTxrwtp beat the Harvard s in the boat race. LETTER LIST. The following letters were advertised July 7tb, 15th, 2!2d and 29th, and »till remain unclaimed in the Poeto/fice: Lcggit, W Merritt, Mrs A D Morgan, B Moriarty, J MoCoy, « Myers, G W McLaughlin, S Marx, N Maddock. F McDowell, Mr Meodv, Mrs S A Mack' Dr C H—3 Mansfield. B F McDonnell, M McCole J Moore, J W Mulcahy, M Paacol, T Pearson, D C Parker, J Preston, M Porigo, a P ope, L D Paris, O T Piper, A Rinehart, A Reed, H C Richards, D Rothrock, L C Shearer, R H Seymard, P Sharp. T—2 Short, W G Stoandiger, J Smith, J £—2 Simmons, D—2 Stewart, J Stewart, Peter Turbin, W—2 Thomtan, A Vorberg, H West, D Wsgner, J Wolcott, E E Welborn, S V Weasner, J Persons calling for the above letters will please say "Advertised" and give the date. Jos. Bort, P. M. Asher, John Beache, L E Braut, V—2 Baber. J Brown, Jag Bogbold, C Bry, J Bullard M W Baird, R D Bryan, J Caldwell, Clewly, C Chadderton, E Collins, N Cooleg», Miss N Clark, C—2 Crump, T N Carson, H Douglass, J W Doyle, E Evans, J D Edwards, J W Ellis H H—2 Erazier, R W—2 Fairbanks, B D Foljambe, H C Gronbieh. J P Gillanet k Co, Messrs Gray, G D Grimes, M J Gull, F Haggarty, H—2 Harrison, J Harrington, J Hunter, C Hutchingson, T Ivey,J Iron,J Jonc», Chas—2 Jones, JA 7. Kinsclla, Wm—2 Kraupb, B Kenady, F Keane, E R I-inibert, C E Iauranzo, H AH Special to the Wave.—Lewis W. Walker has his bath-house, in connection with his barber shop, in excellent order, to the inspection of which he invites all those desiring either a bath or a shave; Comer Jordan aud Second sts. Hor86-RaC6 at W ägOntOWIli 59tf NEW TO-DAY. TZ I Kept« lnbrr 9«li, 1S09, at 'i, p. m., ETWF.EN TOM WAI.I.S' HORSE, MTL let, amt Mr. Hutcheson's mare, kuown as the Johntown mure,—Race Tor $200. In addition to the horse-race, Tom Walls proposes to fight his badger against anybody's dog. "6tT7 IS SOCIAL BALL, A Public BALL will l>c civ«-ii at the NEW MASONIC HALL — ox — r1 Thursday Evening, Sept. 2nd. All are invited without further notice. ,$j, Cumney Tickets. By the Committee: W. a Stkvens, B. M. Datis. J. L. Hall, Cha?. Hilton, W H. VaxSlyke. STOVES AND TIN-WARE FRESH ARRIVAL — .so — Price* Reduced ROBERT H. WEEKS' J'jrdar. St., Silver City. AV1NG PURCHASED THE INTER est of John R. Brigham in the above business. I have on Jjand The Largest und Mo*t Complete Stock of Store» and Shelf Good a II In my Line, erer brought to this Market, and which 1 propose to di»po«e of at Re duced rates for Cash. . »«Jed. Stewed, Fried. Broied. Fncaswä _ , J Oy*ten In nil •tyl«#. . Han» and ECC*. -»-P». I ^ ^^^ «d «a ot «»u | c..e-*r. ! Pi«. Cake«. Ciuuidi. Fruit«. . lata rtr.. ttr. AU bn<ls wort Jone to order ROBERT H. WEEKS. Itf Delmonico Restaurant. : Under Ltdie't Gal lower end s/&ol WaEungLm Street : J «âVÂST] - ^ ' peietor. ac-i head cw* himselt a»d geunp Laarkn at all hoar* of the day aad night. ROBERT. THOMAS. e of mil kind» Chkkeai mad Ga i Iä ftmt tka OM Algrrwr ^ oat mto ssd to oc. - o 'ii* fmftHfeM 1 » a» c fexp*^. 2 ; RDBEKT THOMAS. Prop r •MU Semi-Weekly Tidal Wave JOB PRINTING OFFICE. Washington Street. Jj^LL KINDS OF PLAIN AND oosHüiraHtriut JOB PRINTING Neatly and Promptly done to order. Such as POSTEES, PROGRAMMES, HANDBILLS, SHOW-CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, BILE HEADS. LETTER HEALS PAY ROLLS LABELS tags BILLS OP FARE, INVITATIONS, AT HOME CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, STOCK CERTIFICATES, LEGAL BLANKS, MILL BLANKS, RECEIPTS, NOTES. wt Our Price* Defy Competition: Business men of this City and County will confer a favor on the Proprietors of the Wave, keep their money at home for circu lation, and exercise true economy by patron izing a home institution. We guarantee to give entire satisfaction in all our job work, and all the difference in the prices betweei ours and those of the larger cities will be the difference In the price ol' stock. CONTIM AT1ÜX SALK OF THE EMPIRE GIFT COMPANY Cash Uifts to the Amount of $500,000. Every Ticket Drawg^ a Prize. This popular Gift Company, after making exteusive additions to its large stock of rirL and valuable articles, has commenced ite fourth annual distribution. Unlike many of its imitators,it has invariably given universal satisfaction and has always secured the ap probation and support of the leading prea of the country. See what they say of it: "The linn is reliable and deserves their success."— Wt'kly Tribune, Oct. 8. " Wc know them to be a fair dealing firm." —New York Herald , Oct. 28 " A friend of ours drew a $5,000 prize, which was promptly received." — Daily News, Dec. 3. Reference is also made to the following persons, who have drawn prizes and kindly allowed the use ot their names for publica tion: Andrew J. Bums, Chicago, $10,000; Miss Clara S. Walker, Baltimore, Puno, $800; James M. Mathews, Detroit, $5.006; John T. Andrews, Savannah, $5,000: M.-i Agnes Simmons, Charlestown, Piano, $600. We publish no names without permission. 5 Ca»li Gifts, each .. 10 do do .. .. $ 20.000 .. 10,000 20 do do 5.000 do do 1,'J00 40 200 do do V *. 300 do . 50 Elegant Rosewood Pianos, 75 do do Melodcons, do 350 Sewing Machines 500 Gold Watches.do Cash prizes,Silvenvare,f*tc,, valued $1.060 .(mu A chance to draw any of the above prizes for 25 cents. Ticket« describing prizes sealed in envelopes, and well mixed. Un receipt of 25 cetns, a sealed Ticket is drawn without choice, and sent by mail to any address. The Pnze named upon it will be delivered to the ticket holder on payment of One Dollar Pnzes are immediately sent to anv addres* by express or return mail. You will know what your prize is before you pay for it. Any prize exchanged for an other of same value. So Blanks. Our patron*; can depend 03 fair dealing. Send for circular. Liberal inducements to Agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every package of sealed envelopes contains oss cash «rr. Six Tickets forfl; 13 for $5: 35 for $3; 110 for $15. Ail letter? should be addressed to STEWART. HALL & CO., 193 A* 195 Breadway, N. Y. d I 100 $300 to $:w 75 to 100 60 to 175 75 to 300 r ■ M w. h. nr »X», GEO. ALLX3*. DÜREN & ALLEN, 1 rw%W* vnrzr « .-preiiüv rrnifi J . wten er err accænsodAj r. can v -- zM ~ I ^ 1" | SiSuîàd pSSm»tfSrtSTTu ! Ä Î . Dealers In Wine«, Liquor», Ale and Porter, Cigar«. Tobaeeo. cte Surr» Cm. Idaho Terru—y SAMPLE ROOMS--Two do,re '. ;« Miners' Hot»!, Washington Street p:f SHEEP RANCH ( Merru r Slattern. | Fifty A file*from Surer City and EigÜ/rm Ä* Ovryhee Ferry, on the Humbrid: Soak i J P XSRRIL ; CTNAM S PRESSED HOR«E SHOE NAILS at J. HTEI-AT t CO S