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OWYHEE TIDAL WAVE
In Advance.
$10, CJy., pr. An.
fin Independent Jiadional Ifepublioan (Paper, (Devoted to Jfews, (Politics and Looal fiffairs
N0.88.
SILVER CITY, OWYHEE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, I860.
V0L.1.
Ths ridel tram of deeper satris
Lato our inmost being roUa,
Oat of sit meaner csrea
Lmg fitttw .
THE TIDAL WAVE
Every Thursday Morning
ST
T. J. 4 k J. H. IIUTLKK,
Proprietors.
be Building, \ratAiagto* Strmt,)
nuis of BUBSCRirnox » cukrbxct:
fltngto Copy, per Year
u Six Booths.
One Month...
Each.
$10 00
» so
1 00
40
ADTSRTISIXO RATKS IK CÜRR1NCT :
•ne Square, 10 lines or lew, one time $5 00
" Each additional week. 2 00
professional card*, per Quarter
ggg> A liberal reduction from the above rates
«ill be made on lengthy or yearly advertise
•enta
(Ten lines of this type, or equ ratest space,
■ake one square. ]
Agent«.—BLAKE & CO., at the Poot
•ttce, Idaho City. w _
L J. SWART, at Rogers' Store, Lentnlle.
CAPT. GEO. DREW, at the Postofflce, in
Merman fc Co. 's Store, Owyhee City.
HL H. LAMKIN, City Book Store, Beise
10 00
Oity.
Qtoftssional anh Susints* ®arh«.
W. B. T.B SLTKB.
t. a VAS SLYKK,
J. S. VAN 3LYKE & BRO .
Wholesale and Retail
..DEALERS IS..
UENBKAL MERCHANDISE,
GRANITE BLOCK.
86 tf
DR. P. CONNOLLY,
Physician and Snigeon.
BETICE removed to the building formerly
occupied by Watson as a watch and jew
elry shop, one door north of Bernstein s
store, east Bid. of Washington sir^L sil
ver City, L T. 68194
A. HXJGGAN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
.Owyhee County, I. T.
OFFICE—Next door to McDonaldACo'BAany
Office, Jordan Street. l 51tr
8 ilvbr Citt,
J. a H KCLSY.
/. R. M'BRIDB.
M'BRIDE & HENLEY,
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
P RACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
tho Territory, and in tbu Supreme
Court of the United States. . .
Office on Court Street, east wde ot Jordan
Creek, Silver City, L T. 0011
F. E. ENSIGN.
ATTORNEY AT UW,
Owyheo Couniy, 1 - T.
(JKj'lCK_Washington sL near Second.
SlLVKB ClTT
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A. L. SIMON W
TV OS. MCDONALD,
McDonald & co.
a so säüxüruB m ©•
SILVER CITY, I. T. [Uf
HOFFER & MILLER,
Wne ivs A1 a asd Birin.
market.
Sommercamp'«. Itf
MEAT
Washington Si., nwr
a t. uuja
MARTIN Sc MILLER,
attorneys at law,
Citt, Owyheo Co unty, 1 . T. [Uf
JAS. S, GARDNER,
RETAIL DXALXK 13
MERCHAW 1 M 8 E,
lull mastis,
Biltxk
WH0LS8AL» A3D
6 KNEUAL
Hrt-prmf Building WoüungVm
Streut, Silmr Cil», /■ T.
llf
Dec. 11, 1*8*.
dentistry.
DR. E. CRETE HAS RE
aumed his old protawon, and w
perform »11 operauon. m Den
Sargery. Mr chant«» D«n
"Si^Ä'e door**nmrthoffer k Mil
Ur-. Hem Market, W^ingU»- ?
cm;
to
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KMDIMK BAVABACIOAnn
G
Charge to the Grand Jury.
Want of room prevents our pub
lishing Judge Lewis' charge to the
Grand Jury entire, and we are
obliged to content ouraelve* with
the following extracts, which em
brace the main points :
GsNTiJtMBX : It is provided by ar
ticle fifth ol the amendment, to the
constitution of the United Stair,
that " No person Rball be held to an
•'swer for a capital or otherwise in
famous crime unless on a preaent
•* ment or indictment of a -Grand
"Jury, except in case, arising in
" the land and naval forces or in the
" militia in time of war." * •
Indictment cannot be found without
the concurrence of at least twelve
Grand Juror«. *
duty to perform and when you have
presented your indictments to ttii«
court the court and trial jury will
endeavor to mete out justice to the
accused, and if we fail to do so the
fault is not with you. *
arc an independent body ; no grand
juror shall be questioned for any
thing he may say or any vote he may
give relative to any matter legally
before the grand jury. Act inde
pendently and fearlessly in all mat
ters before you ; inquire as to the
offense, and whether the criminal be
rich or poor, white or black, learned
or ignorant, let not any of these
facts influence you. for the law is no
ref pector of persons ; if a crime has
been committed let the offender be
punished. Every member of the
grand jury should keep secret your
proceedings, see sec. 213. This is
too often disregarded, and it is of
too common occurrence that persons
on the street are informed of the
proceedings of n grand jury before
the court is advised of the same ;
let this evil be corrected now. * *
You arc not bound to hear evidence
tor the defendant, but it is yourduty
to weigh all the evidence submitted
to you, and when you have reason
to believe that other evidence with
in your resell will explain away the
charge you should order such evi
dence to be produced. I admonish
you, however, to be careful in this
regard and do not constitute your
selves a trial jury. * * Owing
to circumstances which transpired
here at the last term of this court. I
deem it my duty to cal! your atten
tion to sec. 109 of the act concerning
crimes and punishments.
And if you have reason to believe
that any persons having the knowl
edge of the actual commission of an
offense have for any reward with
held their evidence thereof, by con
cealing themselves to avoid being
subpoenaed, or otherwise, you will
make diligent inquiry into the same
in order that such offenders may oe
properly punished. . Such persons
are dangerous to society, for he wbo
will conceal a crime tor money wilt
commit perjury for money, and thus
the liveB and property of our people
are not safe while such persons are
at large among ns. * *_ One
person is charged with the crime or
murder, and as that offense is be
coming very common,courts and ju
ries should endeavor by the prompt
of the offenders to
one that if he vio
* You have a
• You
punishment
convince every
late, the law he will be certainly
punished, and by so doing crime
will decrease. Men are less apt to
commit a crime in a community in
which they bave reason to believe
that they will be promptly indicted
and severely punished therelor than
in one wherein they have mason to
believe they will escape punishment
bv reason ol the failure of the grand
jury to indict or the trial jury to
convict them. And »? to these mat
ters persons are likely to judge of
the future by tb" past. 1
call your attention
15 to 21 of the crimes
will, however
^ actions
punishment act, and more par
, " ^ to feclion 2 ,. If I should
unlawfully attempt to shoot and k.
John^ "bis to be
murder,and itsbonld be so
In all jour proceeding«, genite
Chi.v Jdxtws Nooo.* ban made
two important deeiaiooa ot late.
One i« that there exists in Idaho no
auch thing a* a United State. District
Court. The paragraph in the Or
game Act of the Territory, under
which there Court, hare hitherto
been held, read, aa follow«: - And
"each of these said District Court,
•• shall have and exercise the same
jurisdiction in all casesarising un
* ... .. « I
M der the constitution and laws or
tt •* * o. a
"the United States as t* vested in
„ il ». , T v. . . . n . .
" the Circuit and District Courts of.
.. .. rT •. a o. 4 A r _•
" the United States, and the first six
. . f , .. • A
days of every term ot said Courts,
. , .. - u j. , _
" or so much thereof as snail bo
. ,, . . . ,
•* necessary, shati be appropriated
«• to the trial of cau.es arising under
" «aid constitution and law«."
, ... , 1 . »I.«
A» this section clearly give. the
. ..... . Ir ...
Di3tnct Courtsjur,«diction in United
_ , . . .
States caws, the decision, wo pre
sump, has reference to the proper
, , , ,. . , ,,
mode of pleading, and compels tl.e
.... . . ,
comp amant in a caao arising under
, v , , ,
the constitution and laws of the
. -,
United S ates to address his prayer
to the District Court of the Territory,
.... ...... • TT -, 1
which has jurisdiction in United
J 1
Slates cases. Thia appears to be
, , , ,
about the only reasonable construe
tion to be placed upon the dec!« on.
the jurisdiction of the Court, in
such cases will hardly be denied,
unless something in the constitution
.. , .. . ... . , .,
or laws ol the United btatea forbid
men, let your -!m be to aid the
court in the enforcement of our
criminal code, to do equal justioe 4o
all, and you will then have impar
tially discharged your duties aa ju
ror. and citizens.
a?
its exercise.
The otlicr decision alhided to is to
'the effect that there was no District
Attorney in either the Second or
Third Districts, for the reason that
Judge Heed, who was elected last
fall for the Third District, then com
posed of Ada, Owyhee and Oaeida,
now resides in the Second under the
districting of the last Legiala
new
tun-, which throws Ada, Iloise aod
Alturas into the Second, and Owjheo
lleed
and Oneida into the Third,
being elected for the Third cannot
exercise the office because he resides
in the Second, and cannot exercise
it in the Second because he wa.
elected for the Third and not the
Second. It is a queer fort of arrangi -
ment but appears to argue out all
straight enough wbeu it is followed
to its sequence. We trust thej may
find law to compel Judge Lewis aud
Judge Heed both to move to and re
*ide in their own Ilistrict—wbat
right bave they to live out of their
own jurisdiction ?
Tub following officer, were elect
ed at a regular meeting of the Grand
Lodge ol Idaho, I OGT, held in
Uoiso City last week : G WCT,
Jonaa W llrown ; G W C, John Up
ham |GWVT, Mias L T Stafford ;
G Sec, Vf A Yate» ; G Trean, C S
Kingsly ; G C, L 11 Muiwn ; G M,
D W Vouch ; G I G, Mrs Fannie
Yate. ; G S, Geo D Blli» ; G A S.
Mr. Maggie F Brown ; G D U, Min
Mary Maxon.
Anothkr mill for Cope Uistriet,
layi an Hiko dispatch of the 8th, is
expected to arrive from Son Rron
cisco soon.
! Quavtuu..—S ince the loootinee
«neot by the Humbetdt Register I Bat
the notorious Qnaatrell bad deeeited
from Camp Scott io Paradise valley,
taking with him two
One home«, several other paper«, in
•»'"»"f < b « UuUetie. bave given
• k( ' U:h '* * b «
b « ° n lbi * COMl - "• a P
P™™ to keep a little ahead of the
j warranta that have followed him
fr °™ Mi8 * ouri and Buch un -
: e *P** le d disguises a. to remain un
, *>'*P«ted tor oeverat month, m a
: i daCf - Since hi« reported escape
| from 0lun P Scott,where he had been
P la I in S ***** B0,dler ' '
conduct baa been observed bj the
*
stage and expressmen between here
* t , K A rA
and Winnemucca on the part ol two
, r . .
, or three strung*? horsemen, who have
I b . . .
I been lingering along the road lor
| . ...
two or three weeks, occasionally up
proachiug the stage slattern» and
1 ° ° ,
" kin * <l u '-* l,oia ol the bo ™' en "
to wbal the exprès. messenger.
travel, how tbs dm no. are paying at
• .
Owyheee, etc. I bus they have act
/ 1 , _
ed all the way along the road, camp
. . , , .
inggomeliuiosin.ightaad.oDielinies
. , ..
euurely away from tho stage route
j .
until they arrived at Uagontowu,
* , .
wbero they put on u bolder lace and
.. ... ,
camped two or three days neai Tom
I *' , . ,. ,
Wal s' bouse, aud finally on Sunday
' , : w .. '
last moved up through town aud bo
,, t .. ..._
youd the toll house ou the Orohino
1
road, where they found two unoceii
' . , r , .
«"»'"■ 10,0 0U \° r M ' he J
P<«' ' beir bor8e ' aud <,c ^' ed 1 U,e
o"»" " a dwclllD * UDtl1 MoDd ^>
when they retraced their .U-p. as
fji- as Doon ville, where they were
1 ■
encamped at last account*. Whether
these mysterious persons are the de
serter. from Camp Scott, other high
waymen laying for the stage, or
simply miners in search of woik
there are no present means ol ascer
taining, but at any rate their actiuns
have aroused suspicions, so much so
that the messenger who lelt Winne
uiucca on Sunday last returned to
Winnemucca with hi. treasuie from
Camp McDermit, to await the arriv
al of the other messenger from here
as an additional guard.
Whoever these people may be
they* should be investigated. II
proved to be innocent of any wrong
inteniion it will do them no barm to
let iho publio know wbo Ibey are,
ibeir actions have certainly been
such as to arouse suspicion, ami if
they are highwaymen they ahuuld
bo bagged.
and Ihre«
j
j
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ADVKRTISKI» I.KTTKH 8
ItMnoiaiog i. Foatuffloe Nov. lTlh 11 «*.
Jenolags, Mr. A U
Jon**, 1 ) J
KiUiitg.wortb, W A
lau?, J
McMultsn, T F
Mellrngrr, T J
McoMogrr. 8
McCuH, U
Mardi. J
Metog. J J
Urartu, T
Nichols, J
Knokwell, 8
Kf,K
Nrwlao, J
I-irkt-an, 1 >
KaRtwy, K T Q
K.dora, A
Kobbioo, <>«
HryuoUs, i
KiohardA, W U
Han Os re. J
Kbort, J M
Havre, fl A
Trask, J B
Wright, K 8 fl
Wfcils-, H
Wolkar, I.
ran Us, WB
Alien, W H— S
Ak.rn, Ur*dT
Bernard, M
li ramm, H P
Bn-wo. Chn.
BaldWm, J W
bernard, J 0
Conran, Tho»
Carter, Sam«*.
Cloak. J
Cook, (i**
Camming», A*
ChrwUMAen, TC
Carlow. J
Clinton, K H
Chut*. I)—*
Duncan. J
Davidnoo, K •
Kdron, C
Vtnj*. 1 •
;
Cray, J W—t
Call, T
Hanson. P
Hunier. J—S
Il U triU
Hughes, J
Hall, « H
ïmhcecheil, m* M
, T
rmom, ol» «» tu*
if
.liver City Wholesale Price*
Carrent— Cola Rete«.
,t by Tnoe. *wimi 4 oa
Hour fl ISO Ra . » 4 76 « • «
Baoon
1 ATd
Butter
34 M
_ M
40
Chew
Hot 1M
12
30
22 tO## A OO
Brow d Su#*r "
Putvftrtxnd Sufftr 44
(irwii Cofloe
(J round CofTtm
37
Stnrn
60
Oft ft
Klee
... IS
Oyster, laobeters, Qama, etc
1& 00## IS Ot
is ot^s u m
Tomato«*, Corn, Pea*, etc.,
fl OAST
Table Knuts, fl caee
Jellies •*
Spiers M
Hominy fl 100 tbs..
Soap fl box.
Candi«! fi box .. S 00 ##
Yoafit Powders fl gram .... 42 00 ##
MhUH Powder fl kr#_
Fuse fl
Steel fl
Iron
Pick Eyes fl 100 tbs... 30 00 ## 3 ft Ot
Handle* fl dox. ..
Hope V 100 #>«...
Tobacco ^ 100 tbs
Cigars fl M.
Coal Oil, fl case...;. 20 00 M
Ijtrd Oil •« .
Whiskies f gaJ.
Brandies " .
Hum and Oio" .
Champagne fl bask el
Port Wine
Claret
Bokers Bitters
Oregon Crape
Sirups
Qui< kiulvrr per tank
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots, eM,
acoording to quality
10
6 00# ft ••
a m
7 00##
3 006#
too a.
100 tbs
20 00 ## 22 ft#
7 oo## t m
.. 40 00## 4ft Of
.. 110 00## 180 Of
.. 60 00« 200 Of
. 4ft 00##
ft 00<# I Of
6 00## 12 Of
7 00##
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The Moat Unique and Spicy Vol
Kxlaieiice.
h me
The INNOCENTS ABROAD,
OR, THK MBW
PILGRIM'8 PROGRESS .
Bring M»me accuunt of the Si ram Ship Qua
ker City's Pleasure Kx< ursiuu to K»trt>pe
and lh*' Holy fAiid With lbscrip
lions of CouoU»M,Nat!nas iacci
dents and Aüv.uujre» urn
they Appeared te the
AUTHOR.
From New York to PatoKline, ltd Bask
Through France, hjMiiu, Italy Morocco,
KuHsia. Turk y , Kxypt, Ac . Ac , •
Distance of Over Twenty Thou#
and Milt'S by land and >ea
By MARKTVVAIV.
O.vs Largs Amu h xcirmsoly Hammoic»
Volum» of
• Over ©50 oebavo Png«.
Prn usely Adorned with 234 ftplrndtd u 4
appropriate Kngravinga, Executed by
of (be Most Noted Artists'» the Ijutd ; KuNf
.'lluclrail ug tho Description!! given of Couw
tries. Nation-!, Incidents, Advmiurr*, Char
acters. Etc., met witli by the Parly wb
(to them) Most Remark*ble Pilfrimag • the
Author in these Pagen has Cfcararteri»ticalif
Recorded.
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Af*nt
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Silver Ciry Vov I, 1660
Minin
TOTIIC WORKING CUUSt— W. «r» cow
prrpared to furuiab ail cl
employment at Lome, the whs)* of I bo linwa
Bum or ah new,
liKhl *hJ pr-iflUiblH CnriMfiiMuf rill »er m»
easily earn from 6 Or to ft# prr cvrinns, uaf
« projwjriiuoal
limo to Uio ü h «éliras Uoya aud girl« rsrs
nearly aa much aa moo Tha* all who a*»
ih in not ns may aond tho-ir addr^aa, and t«A
lb«* buRiorar, we roakr thu uupar-ilM«-*! of
far : To noth un am not well waiiNfl«]. wo
will aen<i ftl to pay for tbe trouble of wntiLg.
FuH particular«, a valuable aarnple, whit fa
will de to commence work os, *u# a ropy sf
The Peopiu'a literary Compthsioii -oue sf
the lar»pwu and b^at family nrwapapeni pub
tiahed, —all sent free by mail. RpMfeF, if yew
WALt
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or for tho apare moioeoi».
by devoting their whols
p* nu ad* ai, pruflULh* «ork, juk*r««s
ALLKX&CU' Aourrrx Main» M*i 3
ir a t ion
a IDgslsr C«»
> 2 v\.of Owyhw» I-odg«* So. 6 , A. V asA
M , b«àc] ai UmbMc ffatl <m Rai
urday, ou w before tbc full mow
of <uch mouth, at 7 o'cioc« r. m i/emt « mt |
«aforgfay «t mxmgfme u*^n*ct%n,
w»r p.nglf I «itgi. Na. n. Mart*
Tho red» t evailngs preoeedjng Ch» full -
mosUily. and weekly tor lutniction
OwykM Lodge, No.
meet* ou Pnday id each week
•4 7 o'otocfc r. a u 4
Halt
-,
h a
ltrgwler neretlnge of U«
UÊMnX Ifidep-odf-nt Order of l.'ood Tea u
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