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*he rOwyhee Tidal Wave. :'tii*r*cl*7 Morn'Ct Dee.If», JHftW — M- The latest lost! sew* «ill M foiinit m ta* two cut r'-ct t-j-t Counting Money Very Fast. A Correspondent of the New York tVorld give* »ooount of the process i of counting public monev. which occasion of the change in head of tbat department. The bullion was ,i f ,< nr in.ni, it,» in the form of bricks or Ingots. îl e r gold onus being worth about *1,000 •pifCf, ürxl ib&fiilreroneiliâi). A* each one was - ailed off by the conn . , , . , 1er It was registered by the registry wsre counted; the« came the weigh barrow load of *000,000 was brought from the vault*, and then the weigh ing took place, the operation rcpiir . «I, <ltl . "I*. . "" "•. . uur , ^ . took a hag, untied it, and emptied its contents into the scale ; a second weighed it; a third took another , . ... , bag of the same denomination aud h - ... counted it : if fbe count mad* ?•>, 000 and the weight with the other that had been weighed. was marked against that also ; the -..rib ein . .ill ...» ; returned them to the vaults. The ' total amount to he weighed in this . , , . . representatives of the outgoing and incoming Assistant Treasurers were present watching the operations, 1 * which were earned on rapidiy and I ! took place at the .-bib Treasury, at Wnsiiingtuu, on the 2.'kl inst.,on the lu this manner $4,000,000 clerk. ing of the coin. This was done in the room oi E. 11. Birdsal). A band The department was $75,000,000. tjuiftly. CauRTiNU Go* i s to Newcastle. Sacramento is rolli--kiug in poultry ,, .... , . shipped all the way from Chicago. . Live turkeys sell at from 15 to 10 cents per pound, and dressed at lk to 20 coin, in Chicago dressed tur * hens and roosters $G to *9, ducks $7 60 to $9, geese *12 to $15, and key* bring 10 to 12 cents per pound. qusil $1 2;> pfr dozon in greenback«. There appears to be no good reason why California should send east for : poultry when they bnve every fac'd ity for propagating ail manner of / . . . « domestic fowl at home as cheaply ( and abundantly as in any part ol the Yet it is done, and the same . 1'acific Coast should produce aud keep within her borders the money ■ , Dtt. l.ivi.vosTovE.tlmgreat African j , , « . r ,, n * [ letter to the Secretary of the Royal ; Geographical Society, dated in July : of this year. He thinks he has dis- ; of the Nile ; counter, 2,00* miles in a straight line from its mouth, making it the ; ! If his surmise* prove true, the theo- ^ ries of Captains ftpeke and Grant and 8. W Baker a* to Lake* \ icto ria and Albert being the lountain head, are wide of the mark. The - Ur. expects to complete his explor- ; aliens of South Afiica it. about two . . .. . year. more, when the world may . look for the most valuable book of travels and discovery ever written, _ live of Germany, resident ol Gali fornla since 1849, died in San Frau cisco Dec. 1st, aged 56 years. De ceased wa* a popular minister and for many years pastor of the Ger man Lutheran Church In the latter city. world. thing; it true of butter, t'gK* and a 1 hundred other commodUic» that th® . required to pay for them. traveler, has at Iasi written a long covered the true «our ce in latitude 10 or 12 south of the longest river in the world, estimated at 6,000 miles by its meundoritig*. k kv. Frederick Moothake, a na Th* people of Los Angeles, Cali fornia are again resorting to mob law for the punishment of highway men, instead of trial by the Courts. A Vigilance Committee ha* beeu formed there. Their Whekeabocte. In a latter to the Philadelphia i'ress of the 2'>th j nltiino, Col. I-oroey, alter referring the death of Trier, Bell, FiUpat rick and a number of other* proud nent during the'r-bellion, giro* the following in relation to the where* boat* of certain well known Con I 10 federate leaders : Jefferson Davis is announced as having gone into business in Mem plus, Tciin.; John C. Breckinridge i is practicing law in Loxinzion, Kv.;*joar Jsin.'s M. Mason is on his farm'at i Winchester, Ya.; John Slidell wa*, at Ust neo-mute, living with h!s son in-law, the great hanker, Erlanger, 1 r . vsr i> ariK ; Jutiah P. Be ijamin is j;1 , lait , ir . lf ti c ,. al the London bar ; ; l'i»*rrc SoiJe wan, at l;u*t accounts. ; a hopeless invalid ; B. M. l\ Hunter is.it his fann in Virginia, and ex- 1 a ,. lU , h iu . r agai ^ t recoil i structiun. is only beard of in the railroad movement* in lus vicinity ; I Robert Toombs, of Georgia, is prae- J licin^ law with great success: bw I colleague, Iverson, is a prosperous wool j m ,.fchan» at Macon ; and A. H. Stephens jk sinking gradually a! j his home i.i Crawfordsville in toe sum .? (v#n. 1*»«* i« at the beat of ' le Military Institut- at Lexmg- j ton, Virginia : Beauregard I« I rest dent of a railroad at New Orleans ; | Mushy i* practicing law in the Coun- j ty Courts of t irgma : "Commo ,, «»the don . I .nan •*»..- latiiy at tuv head ot an agricultural school in : Maryland ; lUplu.-l Sen-me« « „t : Mobde : Bankhead Magruder is lec t pmtkÄ « ä ä ïr.:: ; for the pardon winch Gov. Ho! en ] piofTers on the condition that he en- 1 dor**a the Keconatmetion Acts of Congress; A. <*..Browni LIward Barksdale and Wiley 1 . Harris are ! supporting Judge Dent for Governor j of Misai-aippi : J.unes I. Orr . » , State Judge in S.iullil.aiolina; Rob-; , rt \V.J„hnaon an d Albe rt Pike have i opened nn office in Washington, D. j C.; and -x-SenatoM Yulee and Mal- i 1 believe, alternately in j Florida and New ^ ork. At the last lorv aie, accounts. ex-Senalor Wigfull -of j T( , XW( WM Georg« N. | Saunders in London and Beverly Tucker in Gan ids. Henry A. Wise, L' 10 ™*?. lt ' ,cock > J ,'''Vl'!' H. A. IMmiindsnn, and Gnarles Ja*. Faulkner ar-s still living in Virginia, j Col. Forney mentions that, with ! lew exceptions, those men have hail j « 00( j taste to withdraw from , „ojitjc, pnd that the bislories ol | mo „ llir|Jl , 1Me been completed. - - ; Lands is N«vai>a. -We recently met an old friend, the old "wheel h(>w of 1)t . mocracV( > Col. Henley. wbo [ ias b een spemiing Ids Sttuiuter) vacation urai'l the ssgebrusb.grease wood, alk di and high altitudes of Nevada. We were surprised to lis ten to his encomiums of the soil of w |i»t we have been accustomed to ■ consider absolutely worthless land. Often have we wondered what the , good and wise Creator made that good-for-nothing country for. All j of it seemed as worthless as the ap [ plea of Sodom. But the Colonel ; a Tprr d ifferent story, lie says : tbat 3 species ol the wild sage which ; grows there in abundance is, during ; the winter, the finest feed in the world for cattle, being filled with rich seed, that stock thrive wonder f, ||U, that it is the best grazing coun try on the continent, that the stock brought from there to this market is ; the best in market, that sh"epdriven ! there from California will g*m twea ^ t y pounds in weight in one season, and that no soil anywhere produces V^a* fl k^U ' 'o».*"«*rv"' " Ant'l^fut^ t [, Pr> |jtl le valleys scattered - a || through the country produce the ; finest hunch grass in the world. What think you of all this? We be . rin to think that tbr Slate ot Netaaa . ^ . onlel „ in g ,o boast of beside* her Comstock atld Whit« l ine mines, her N ye. Stewart, Fitch and De-, Kong. r,ü. What tho Colonel say* Of the pits titrage and vegetable producing qualities of Nevada are equally ap-! pliable to Idaho. —y 1 - - Tin New Northwest has assumed 'he mantle of the Montana Rost, and i* a* crisp, fresh and vigoronsas its predecessor. We regard it as the liest and cheapest paper published Mountains is two and a halt fest in the mountains. Snow on the summit of the Blue deep. Women to Become Odd Fellows. | * j F. O. McCowu, ol Portland, Ogn, in answer to a speech made by Sir*, E. B. Fellows on behalf of the Daughters of Uebekab, who had just presented the Odd Fellows Lodge with a costly organ, held the following language, which we copy I from the Oregonian t U. And hereafter, as night after night • we gather in this Lodge room and i listen to the sacred music of this, Kv.;*joar gift, we will remember you i wilh blessings and pray God to has ten the time when you will partici pate luliy and completely in all our 1 works and labers ol Benevolence and Charity, boa have already, ; we are proud to say, taken the first ; step, if you continue that coDStan cy of purpose which the prize will 1 warrant, success will crown your i efforts and ere lOBg you may learn with us the beautiful lessons taught I by the mystic symbols scattered so J profusely around the Lodge room, I May (jünI «peed that time, and may Heaven's choicest blessings rest with you is our prayer, j A letter to the Mountaineer, from Camp Ilarnev. dated November 17, j Mv , lh( , cr Tebrated Piute and Snake j ... , , | I«*»« ,1R9 come t0 * clü8e ' j After arguing and trying to per suade them for the past nineteen . .i , . ( j (hey came to the conclusion : * 1 • . . : «.at they would not acknowledge j Mr. M.acban. a, their chief. Thu *chn*,on w as made m the pres ; r- ", " r - 'S?" ] then told them that he would leave 1 them m tin- hands of the military, aat j ibaC they would have to go to t | ie Klurnatli reservation ,as he would ! j no ' come to sie t km again; an , that the m.l.tary would attend o tb ir ca8e - m t } ie u t„ re . On the 18th i j i pteparations to winter the band that j have concluded to go to the reser va jj on 0 n spring river. j off to Gamp Warner to make we are j | Tub Standard Bearer,a large semi j ceived at tins (ifflee. ! are chiefly literary and oi a high monthly paper, published in Boston at $1 50 currency per year, is re Ils contents j order. , . . | A mu. ha* been introduced in the Alabama Legislature to make Grand ; Jurymen swear that they never ba longed to the Kuklux KUn. __— !.— j > fi 1 " I ; j <>„ Monday Evening, Dee. 14th, j j J ,, . ,r F * """''l . . _ , , 1 t L"n° r * ** 1 DEALERS in CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, j ' ' 1 ( | K ' Hr a, j Tob - 1 " 0, i Iro "» . , j uADE CLOTHtNG j 1 At ' * >I ' *-A>ThKN maos u. v^ITr * i*w*ra ] CAE. and O G'H BLAXEKTS, ' ! ""Mrn'fowlhYrra!' 1 Under-Clot hi»», , °'*î'mdie* «nd uotldrea's s ^""' f , J Ho '"' r>r * nd 'sheetings. Sh * r TrcVings ' Bn ", ' T abi. Linen, BRUSSELS S and IPI.Y CARPETING, = ; _ _ , DANCING SCHOOL ! O Alex Franklin TEACHING A I TILL COMMENCE l>.\\C*I\ii SC HOOL in III M/S HAM. ut 7 o'clock. School Night«, Mondays and ThorstJays of ; çae!» week. Trivaie Tuition given during any day ia the j week at the Hall, ft#-All the Mod« : utile Haite i Teacher Mutte furnished by C»ro«s & Sit an- » j j nml Fa»hion laugbl by an experienced ' J. ÏÏUELAT & CO. > 1 Horse-Shoe, and Nalls, Carriage dolts. A general assorment of Bneir Hardware, India Rubber and Hemp Packing, 1 odia BaSbar Bell'ni aU aGeneislJ» «.nment of Merehsndise _ J. HCELAT k 00. n * wui ; » ; r. unscn. g jE. Cor. Washington and | city , IDAHO TERRITORY, j HERMAN & CO. BANKERS, Second Streets, Draw flight Draft* cd Scholle Bra's, San Franclwo and stew York ; Portland, Ogn.. and the principal Eastern Cities, —AND— i Gold Coin,Currency and Wullion. [1MB and bead '«** bi Je.r, ' E U It O P E. Do a general BANKING BUSINESS. Buy and sell I I tfake Advances on MERCHANDISE. —oOo— Receive Storage In flre-proof Waitho 4ttr ite. Delmonico Restaurant. I One door south r the Postofflce, ( c J Washington Strut. ikS ÉL I ROBERT, THOMAS, and Iiunchm at all hour*» of the day and night. thicken» and Game of all klntlv Boiled, Stewed, Fned, Broiled, Fricaaeed and scolloped. Oysters in all styles, Soups Ham and Egg«, And everything eL»e in, and out ol season, When Called for. Cakes, Custards, Fruits, Nuts, etc., etc. PI*«, In short tho Old Algerine is nol second to any man in the profession as an expert in culinary affairs. 76tf ROBERT THOMAS, Prop r. EDWARD BORMAN. East tide lYaMngtvn Street, one door north of the Miners' HoteL SILVER CITY, MANUFACTURER m j 1 j j M aviso PURCHASED THE INTER JH. est at John R. Brigham in tbs above business, I have on hand The Largest and Moat Complete Stork of Stove, and Shelf , (tood* tn iny I.inr, *° and which l propose to dispose of et lle dared rate* for Cash, A»D DSALiK IS ■oots. Shoes, Gain Boots, Shot-Findings, Etc., Etc., Ä.C. ; ■■ Y STOCK OF SAN FRANCISCO MADT iVB Boots—direct from Oie manufacturer, conpletl —USD A very extensive shipment of Leather and ether Fine Stock, I From which I am prepared to make to order ANYTHING in my line. I employ Non« hat the Best Workmen, and Personally SUPERINTEND THE WORK ; j » Goodi of my own mannfbcture at j ways on hand. Repairing Neatly and Promptly at j tended to EDWARD BORMAN. ' ltf STOVES AND TIN-WARE FRESH ARRIVAL. m -—A$D — Prie«*« Reduced ROBERT H. WEEKS' Jordan St., Silver City. All kinds of work done to order ROBERT H. WEEKS. nr FOR SALE. sole cheap. A 4pP'J w T. J. Butler, W.vs office 9 HE RESIDENCE OT DR TIBBITS, Medical Point Avenoe, is for rent or T W. D. BIGELOW ■ Datum is gbocekies, WINKS. Llttl'OltN, FLOOR, ,v GRAIN and » VEGETABLES. *J- Advances made on Storage and Com mission Goods. ltf 1000 MEN W ANTED ! -AT— GRAHAM'S SAMI LE ROOMS. Iluy Ilia S tock —or— FINK LIQUORS AND (IGA It S I ( Who!nale and Retail ) Cheap for CAS H. »y (live him a Ciil and »'Sample.'' irojAùiÿt )»» «(. —one duo* sct iK of Second. JAMES GKAUAU. S if COSMOPOLITAN KESTAU«A\T. A.M* Lisccmb has started a FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT at George Merritt's old stand mi Washington Street, rear Long Golch. ^11E COSMOPOLITAN will not be behind _ any ealing establishment in the Territory 1 1 Providing Good Fare for itf* Glied«. «y Come and try it once and you will come again. Charges Moderate. A. M. LISCOMB. 6tf AWYHkTI T.TVRRY RALE " VV A HDD -Lii V X-XL1, OJIJjU [—*.vd— FEED STABLE West title Jordan Street, near the bridge A. C. SPRINGER, Proprietor. JINGLE AND DOUBLE BUGGIES, TEAMS AND SADDLE HORSES TO LET. Ilorse* bought ami sold,or lourd by the Day, Week, or Month. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR HAY AND GRAIN. I | . T 0 -. Call ami aud my lenr.à «Ul *ult A* C. SPRINGER. ltf v. Mathew*». } c. \r. place. | j. a. »cdexx. MUSIC Ï r * —port— PUBLIC it PRIVATE PARTIES Furnished by MATHEWS, PLACE A RÜDEEN On Reasonable Termi?. Apply at the Scandinavian Saloon. 78tf — RE-OPENING -a- or the — OUVIIEEIdVERY Sale, and FEED STABLE, Jordan Street , bekrw the Idaho Hotel. || AYING REFITTED AND FURNISH ed this commodious establishment, I am again on hand, prepared to (urnlsfe or perform anything required in my liuc. Buggies, Joli- W a go ia, ami Saddle Animal* to Order. : 4« if A. C Springer. ! CITY BOOK STORE. f M. LEBUECHT, Next door to Herman & Co'a Bank , - DZALXR j.n— j Books, stationery, Legal ('up, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars, CLOTHING, Fruit, Confectionary, Toy«, Anxraanllioii, etc. — ALSO— ; A CIRCULATING LIBRARY. 41 tf I LIVERY STABLE IN FLINT, 1 The Ancient Mariner traps a HORSE HOTEL I In the Basement'of Herman 4 Co.'* Stop. l OajtieaCil/. GKO DR£W, Prop.