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? 1 T* ?>? / '! 'U ' . , ' '? . \,E.. . . la ?? ; , " ?= ' >? ?; 7 ; , ' II' 1 * ?' ~ ' '!!!;>. VOLUME, II. . ELKO, NEVADA, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1870. NUMBERS? 1 : _ ? J - ? . THEiSUO IKDEl'EJjDENT, PUBLISHED SKkfl-WBBKLT, on wednesday a^d saturday, C3lO UO ? i far ? J - 8-' PKRKINH Ac BTKKK T. Mixing IUvikw.?The transactions of the Han Francisco Stock and Exchange Hoard for the pent three month* foot opeJ follows: gales for January, $3,857,7119; Fehrucry, 139,433; March, $6,Gf>2,936. The large in crease for the mouth of March is owing, in a peat degree, to the active demand for White Pine stocks. The developments iu our mines for the past six weeks hare been nost en couraging. and prospecting is ge'ng on, on al most every acre of our vast mineral at?a, with good results. All the mills except tbo Man hattan and Dnytou (Consolidated Chloride Flat Company) arc ut work, and our bullion shipments ior the past seven days exceed those of the previous week lathe sninof $18, 021 A3?being $30,41-* 7< to rtnn Francisco j and $3,801 48 to Now /ork. Total, $30,717, 26. To this may be ..'Idea 561 bars of base bu|lion, weighing W. yt'v pounds, and a con siderable quantity of base ore. The mo?it im portant developments made .since onr report of the 11th, are: the rapid increase in width of the fissure vein struct: intlie Noonday, and a continued improvement in the quality of the ore; a rieh strike la the west dn.Y of the Montank; same in the southwest drift of the Hemlock; tho opening of a fissure v?4n hi the Trench mine, six feet wide at a depth of 33 feet, with smooth walls, clay lining, and $1, 000 ore; nnd last, but most important, the pass ing from almost solid galena into free chloride ore, at a depth of forty feet, in the shaft of Crown Point No. 8. Oulslda districts report enconrnginglv. Eu- j rcka is supplied with cn|>ital, and work is be ing vigorously prosecuted both in the miues ' and 111 the construction and running of fur- | usee*. Silver l'urk will have 22 ?lamps run- I mug this week; the miues of the original belt I (Quart/ and Mineral Hills) arc opening well, ! while those of lied Hill arc turning out large j quantities of exceedingly rich ore, and nn- j other important discovery has been mads three miles cast of the old mines and the same distance north of Ked IJill. Freilierg dietriet1 is attracting Eastern capital, and develop- j mints in the mines are of an exciting cbaruc- I Ut. Kcru has iuudu importuut developments of late, and is attracting considerable at ten- ' tion. ltohins.in is again active, and prepn- ' rations are tx-ing made for smelting. Sho- ! shone is sending iu considerable quantities of I ore to our mills, and is exj>ecting one or two mills of its own at an early day. ?W'Ai/r J'ire A'eics. . T , Thi frwtan R*it??Thk Cavaim*** 'Vwr IUdli Soaukd.?x New York date of the Itlth J uvk, particulars of n ridiculous scare to the Canadian authorities and people, oTcr the im aginary Fenian invasion arj published. Tt is j hard to realize the t xiaiouvi of so much ex-1 citement over the border. The Canadian pa- i I era publish flaming, monster, display bends, double-leaded s|x*cinl dispatches, oidir* for volunteers to asHotnlile ami troops to move in marching order to tlu- front, etc. One panic stricken correspondent at Ottawa t< legraphs | that 11 leader of the Fenians cross' d the fron tier at St. AUttn* half an hour before. An other earrespondrtit. at Montreal, send* won! that the enemy is assembling in I-.rgo lwidn * at St. Albans, and that the terrible General O'Sfnil has just arrived. Another paper state* that ninety-four Fenians jiaascd through Hamilton, on a special ear, uiagni-ed as Yan kees. From all parts of the Ponttnlrin thh same clamor of gathering volunteers, and cheers for the companies, battalions and rcgirncuts has tening to the excited seino of ooutlict. The Toronto Globe hesitates to lielievo that thorn is just ground for such commotion, and says that tlin Government has taken njsm itself the responsibility of usking a suspension of Aflfad* corpus, alleging that a Fenian raid is ntmnt to take place, ami that it is necessary to arrest parties coming over from the United Slates as spies. It adds: We aro hound to say that evidence of ? corning raid whieh we had in lHiVJ is wanting now; hut it may lie that the Ministers are latter informed than the public, t'pon them rests the res|?onsihil ity of making * commotion if it is louml (hut 110 warrant exists for action. A Jrvrsitc Yixnr.ii Thick.?In tha village of Now Bedford, Conn., the lioys were in the habif bf ptajrfug at 1*11. A cross-grained old chap, who kept u crockery Htore, was some what annoyed ?<y the juvenile sport, nnd whenever a ball came In hi a way would scire ii|ion it, take it into hi* store, and clap it into the atovo without uoroioooy. Ono day, hav ing made a priro of one of the offensive ar ticles in quoatiou, and adoided hia uaual outr?e, he soon found ho had "caught a Tar tar." A horrible explosion took jdaco?the slbvs vim blown "aky high"?the store was shattered with the shook?and about forty dollars worth of crockery was dashed in pieces. It is nnneei sunry to add, that the nrehink, who had so often lxxui interrupted In their s|>orta by "soursops," had charged their ball with gunpowder by wny of a practical hint to tlia old fellow to lot them alone in fn faro. - , ? ? i? - , PiTKxr Wiuhkt.?A process has been dis covered in which sulphuric acid ha? been used in ihe niannfacturo of whisky from corn, by which treatmenl tlio quantity of whisky js in creased from H to Ifl und IH' ftjtrl lOquarta Acr bushel. A apecimen of the article which lias been shown to ns, proved to be a most dele terions and poisonous eotn|>oiind. When put through the usual course of rectification, It corrodes and destroys everything with which it conies in contact, and rn alcohol rnanufufl tufref, In attempting b> distil It, dioeorercd that It rusted the copper still to such an extent thoi.lb" fluid wbioli cnato forth wa< highly impWgnated with copfu ras. If a cop|>er Mill cannot withstand this srticle, how can the hu man stomarh lie expected to 'do M?J'hUuiUl pKOt Commtrcfal Lid, ... ->J . .. , .. . HI K TtsATt HKratiUTKa.- A Radical favorite, * Strong- voiced shrieker for nlmgu* "Clod and humanity," in Rt. I/onis, the Oily Treasurer of that city, HttaisVy by asms, la tbund to bo a defklrlbv to the enormous amount of from 91*>,000 to flbO.OOO. The fact that Rnslaky is in durance and despair, will probably not ****** ?be stolen moneys of the people, nor will It tend very greatly to give them solaee. The itsooey has probably gone "whare the woodbine twlneth."? OmcVi JtmlH. ?crap of History. How the war unsettled families and family relation*, a* w?U as States and people gofitr ally, Ths death of Major General George H. Thomas, at Han Francisco, reminds us of a few facts not generally known, and worth re ining. The diwered was one of the eminent Gen erals nf the Horthem nrmy. He wus born in Koutbamptou. Virginia; was raised a Virgini j an. VI-in the war began he offered his ser j rices to the Governor of Virginia to light I against tie Union: w is given u commission as ( Major Ginernl in the Confederate army. At \ j this time bis wife wes visiting in the North? j her home at Troy, New Vork. He was then an officer in the United Stati n army, holding | his commission at Lieutenant Colonel in one pocket, aid his commission as Major General j in the Coafcdt.nte service in the other, i l'.eturakig from the North with his wife, with tjiu invention of removing her to Virgiu ! ia an he v*hk en route to enter the Southern sen itv, he Stopped over ut Washington, was [ "interviewc and went into the Northern aervice again. His history from that time till his death is i well known, except At the close of the war, knowing his rebel-1 i lious relatives in the Sonth must be in want, he kindly sent to them several boxes of goods ! and useful articles generally, by private, se cret conveyance. This showed his goodness of heart slid sympathy with tyis relatives. IWt they nt once rctum-d them, one and all, anil wrtite to him that they wanted no assis tanoe from one who wai a Virginian, who ac cepted a |>osition as Mtjor General in her service, and who, for "a consideration," j would desert his friends, and break his protn | iae in their hour of need And so ho went his way, and our readers can form their opin ions to suit the above facts. which are jmrts ! and parrels of American history. He was a good General; connected w?h 11 high-toned, patriotic, honorable family.?Artc 1'ork Dem ocrat. , A Tiuo.?Some sensible person bus given publicity to the following wuif, whkh Is cer tainly beautiful: ?Three things to love?courage, gentleness and affectum. Three things to admire?Intellectual power, dignity and gracefulness. Throe things to Lute?cruelty, arrogance and ingratitude. Three to delight in?beauty, frankness and freedom. Three things to wish for?health, friends and a ch"*rfwl spirit. Three things to avoid?idleness, loquacity an.l flippant jesting. Three things to prey for?faith, peaco and purity of he^trt. Three thing* to contend for?honor, count ry and friends. | Three thiugs to_govera?temper, tongue r.uJ conduct Three things to think about?life, death ! and eternity. Woman.?A pretty woman is one of the in stitution* of this country? an angel in dry goods and glory. She makes sunshine, Lino I sky and happiness wherever she goes, llcr | path is on<" of delirious roses, p* rfiinie and beauty, She is a sweet poem, written la curls 1 slid choice calico, anil good principles, M n stand up b- fore her as so many admiration p dots, to melt in creniu and then butt r. 1!? r ! words float around the car liku music, bird* of Paradise, ja'rfninesof Sabbath bells. M'ith | out her, society would lose its truest attraction, | the ohqryh its finest reliance, and young meu j thw best comforters and companions. Iter in 1 din ner ntid generosity restriiu the vicious and strengthen the fuipt-heurtod. Wherever you rtml the virtuort* woman yon And fireside bo quets, clean clothes, order, good living, gentle hearts, music, light and modern institutions generally. She is the flour of humanity, and her aspiration is the breath of heaven. A Mk?n Thick.?The Itostou Herald tells the following good ouol A littlu fellow beg ging for cold victuals at a house in South P.nli, ! excited the interest of the young ladies in the ' family by his piteous story of want and desti tution and. among other questions put by those warm-hearted and sympathetic inquir ers. was oon as to his parents. "My father is sick abed, and has been for many weeks, said the Isiy. "How is your mother?" "1 never bad a mother," blubbered out the boy. "Ah how was that?" ho was a?k?d. "W'hy, my father came a mean trick over one of my aunts," was the reply, accompanied by a fresh burst of tears. JACOB ALEXANDER, General A tsortrornt of i < i! ?' \> i J DRY GOODS, The flnc?t Block of ,r f. IMA . ? >?' I J. ? Mi | LADIES' AND QENTB' GOODS IX TIIK RTATlflJ Onrtrr Tlfth otkI Commercial Htreetr, f.lko, Jfer?di?, str C. ?. MALTHY, ^NtovMAM-KArirBKn AND DEALER IX At.!. KINDS Of .U7T SADDLERY AND HARNE8S! California Aailrilrt, UHIm' AwlAlft, AVdfnn BnitittM, 1 ? fonronl Tram flarnna, itorrlAKP Trtmmlti|ti Ct'HTOM WORK DONK'rO ORDER, With neatnee ?Oil dtfpalch. 0. 0. MAT/TItV, OronjcrrUI el reft. oiipouM* ,* 1m V. W. Mart'* rrrigm lwi>nl. 8AN FRANCISCO BAKER) AND CoffMt Snloon, NORTH RIDE OK RAILROAD STREET. RE twee# Fifth and Sixth, oppoelt* Frrlyht Dapol Who. Newada. WM. tbftW, ? ' WH. OEKR. Stf Frnprletpre. P. QUIN3S, Wholesale ml Retail Dealer to . :i *. ? ? 1 i . DRY SOODS AND CIOTMND, 9 BOOTS, S1IOES, Etc., Vi: I' ? ? 1 . 11 GROCERIES, AND HARDWARE, North aide of Railroad Street. Elk.. T J AS CONeTANTL* OH HAND AND FURS ILK. IN I 1 lt>U to suit purchasers. Clothing of all kinds, | Boot* and Slow, lists and ('spa. etc. Everything tn the Grocery line. An a?4ortuieiit of Hardware. A ipltuiUil assortment of Xobucco land CiKar*. ?*tf AUBURN MILLS, RENO. NEVADA. I PIIE NEVADA LAND AND MINI NO C<iM"ANV? 1 LIMITED?Uy reason of tlui successful operation of the near STETEfKLDT CIII.OMDir.lSG FCRXJLCE, Are Enabled to offer more rilvanfneroui terroa for Reduction of Silver Ores Than nny other mill in the Slate, llctum* made at the following rates, at a charge of Thirty Dollars per Ton : 85 per cent, of the assay value on ores assaying $?0 ! per ton and upward, H4 p.-r cent, of the assay value on ores assaying f COO to |G50 per ton. M per cent, of the assay value on ores assaying f tCO to $fW|er ton. Hi i>er rent, of the assay value on ores assaying |350 to filet per ton. Hi) per rent, of the assay value on ores aasavlng tear than A35o per ton. On lota leas than 10 tons, $3.1 per ton will be charged) Ore sacks returned Jree. J. J. Dl'XNK, Manager. Itiii i, Nov. 'ro, 1M9. 4A-.1m V? I .. . j *. - Til NEW HTOUE AT BATTLE MOUNTAIN. THOMPSON A. COODWIN, I TATE OPENED A SEW 6TOBE AT BATTLE 1 i ."?euiiUio. where the) keep coitfttautly on hand > ?ety Urge slock of general uitcUaudioc, consisting in jArt of Flour, liaron, Curtil Myl*, VtoUting, Oroctri J.ifunrs, I Ar-1 a lsr<?e stock of Mine*-*' goods, conslwlng of j Ponilrr, fuse, I'lcks, Shovrla, Steel Drill* clr,, etc., etc. | 9 tf ' Good IIcws to Lovers of Smoking ! H. AnmERj I i AATSO .it-"-HETTPNED EROM 8A:< pranvirco, II I u brought mluug with Mm IktcMiettUul Attest Mauds of Cigars Ever Offered to the public. Also, svsry variety of SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO! Meerschaum Pipes, Etc. Also on hand, a general assortment of STATIONERY AND CUTLERY! fTy-Thanking the public for past patronage, I would solicit citlacn* of the city ami country to call aud ex amine my stock before pun-hating elsewhere. H. AUMKK, Corner of Commercial and fifth streets, apStf Elko, Nevada. ADAM IIAAO APOI.PHB DAVELUY. TUOLUMNE SALOON And Sample Room. CRYSTAL PEAK BREWERY DEPOT. t'ommrrrlnl Slrftl, lirlwrrn Fourth ittitl i Firth .Street*, Elko, Ntrid*. WINES, LIQUOES, English alb a porter, , OBAMTAONS, All Kind* ofHYHUPH, c.'ioinii, CKIAHN. Arc. Arc, constantly on hand i . At Wholesale and Ketail 1 ? i . ? on nuns mom tiik country RECE1VED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. f HA AO A DAVKI.rV, Proprietor., Elko, June 19, IM9. Df MYER8 Sl OODEN, t MINT SALOON, Corner of Second end K Street., | f?tf SACRAMENTO, Cel. FRENCH ltOTISSERIE! On Railroad ?trrrt. near Fourth street, Elko. ATKIKtOK & CO., PrtyrUUrt, rn ? Having fitted op tn rlcgant ????>, style tlirir new Restaurant. P-Z? MA and having provfclrd themaelvea with er 71 ?rttlM desirable and necessary for the rondnct of a FIRST-CLAM HO CHE. would Inform their friends and the public that AT TUB PHKM'H UOT18SERIK. on Railroad street, can always be obtained every luxu ry that Is produced on the Part lie coast?wild game, poultry, fish, and pastry and meals of all kin da, and also , MEALS ATlALL HOURS, At Rrduesd Prleea?SO and 75 Cents. At their Bar they will keep constantly on hand a superior assortment of the best brands of WINER. LIQl'OIW AXI) CIGARS. Fresh Baltimore Oysters ! Furnished In every style. tutf COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL I ELKO. - - NEVADA. 17,18 h(>irkl will hereafter InTt^d^ toodurtrd by the tiiidemigned, who baa become nolo proprietor uf ? I ? > ifiCLfcli' this large and convenient hotiae, and is iuli> | n pared to set umodate the trsv< ling public. At the Cosmopolitan llotel will be given the Best Meal between .Sacramen to and Omalia For the Prlco cha-ged. The Passenger Trains Stop 30 Minutes each way, Giving plenty of tlmo for rami*. Individual* or fam ilies going to or returning from White Pine, or the new mine* north, can obtain a good room, with ?prim; lied*. WelU, largo A Co., Pacific Union, and Hill Beach ey'n Kta*c linen all hare their offices in thin houno. The poat office and baggage room of the railroad are lc the name. Two Ane billiard tablet*, belonging to the llotel, afford amusement to lovera of thu noble game. Lu? The proprietor will une every endeavor to pieane the public. Call and baaonvinced. Utt J. V. treat. what cheer holse ! * ELKU, NEVADA. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! BOARD PER WEEK $6 00 THREE MEAL TICKETS 00 HINOLE MEAI.S.' S7*ct* TWENTY-ONE MEAL TICKETS ?? 00 And always ready to supply customers with the Uest the Murlu-t (Jnn Airord. Restauraut open from fto'clock A. M. until 10 o'clock P. M., and will be able In a short tlrno to accommo date < Two Hundred Lodgers ! Single llootufl, jkt ?eok $2 00 I^sOia with two LhUs, per we*k $1 so Jatfltf GKO. LSSHURY, Proprietor. SHEPHERD'S HOTEL ?i^D? STAGE STATION I WHITE PINE ROAD, FIFTEEN MILE8 FROM ELKO! G. II. SHEPHERD, Proprietor. !7*a THE PROPRIETOR Or THE AROVE NAMED ?;;jl House takes this method of ir forming tho trav ??1W rling public, that he Is prep* td to accomodate all who may favor hlra with a call, >n the most satis factory manner. THE TABLE WILL IIE sriT'I.IF.D WITH THE VERY BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS 1 > : i . . '1 4 ? ! ,* -.I'M THE BAR WILL HE St'PPI.IF-D WITH THE CHOICEST LIOL'OIW AND CIGARS. ? Ml LODGING HOUSE. MJOHN KllATTIGEli tiegg leave to inform bis friends anil the public In general that he has furnished his T.urge PVitine Lodging House, situated close to tho Railroad Passenger Depot, with Nice, Glean Heels ! In Klngle nnd Double llrdroomet Fitted up in the most comfortable style. These Bed rooms lie will rent by the NIGHT Oil WEEK, to sull his customers. Itf ORLEANS HOTEL, 117 Poil Slrirt, A'AN FHAWC1SCO, IT. K. I'HW.ANDT, Proprietor. Mnew nbtw, i, titoE and light rooms with gas and water llirtinglioiil; att< titlvo clerks porter* and waiter*. Carriage* free from thi boat* to tlie Hotel. Every delicacy tbat can be bad in tho tnarkot pu npoii the table. Tbo beet (If WIN HA AND LIQUORS in the Bar. Fare lower thin atiy flrat-claaa House In the city. II la the resort Pit Nevada and Kaitroad people, rpl'emi and try it I Hou Francisco, Iiecenilier 13, 1809. SJtf Qolden Bagle Hotel. K Street, corner of Seronth, HACIIAMKNTO, Cal. nn nilSTCLASS FAVftT.T AOCOMMO M l il^H dallona can alwaya bo had at thia llouae , Frio Coach and Umnibu* to and fron the flona* at all Mate*. 30 If .D. E. CALLAHAN, Proprietor, Humboldt Brewery Saloon ! AT THIS KAUKiN CAN ALWAYS HE FOUND . bill aaaortment Af WINES AND LIQUORS, Alao tbo flnoat article of LAOER BEER, Conatantly on band and tor aale by ' i? niscnorr, Sr.tf flnrnor til Fifth and Commercial street*, Elk' MASONIC Ml'IKK, TAji tiiF nwiuiah Mr.rrriNo of the r.r.k Maabhtc Association will be held at the Count Recorder'* office, No. A Fifth itroel, on lb Aral and third Barurdaya of each moMb.at 8 P. M. ? if T. A. WATERMAN, Chairman. BILLIARD HALL! ' TUilrctd 8ftre?t; Elko, three doors below the Gem. : it: i [ . Miiiii rpUE PRol'KIKTOK O* THIS ESTABLISHMENT.1 1 having fitted up lbs EMPIRE with all Ike ImmI lmprt>T?mrnt?. would Inform hi* friends end the pub lic. In onlrr thai they nuy j?m their leisure momenta agreeably, that be has furnUbed his saluou with Three Fint-Clasa Billiard Table* 1 Ixieen of the fluctuating game are tnformed that they cub eujoy thwuiselrcB in playing Billiardi at Twenty-five Cents a Game I At the Dar of the Empire Wood will constantly be fbtind fliet-class brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ! which an equal to any that can be pmcarad hi tkia market, ..t.f.- . . -? ??..!!.?< ,.n ,.| U? 37tf L. D. RIETHVANN, Proprietor. 8CBWAMB A WS1B. FURNITURE STORE! Corner of Thlnt and Commercial streeta, Elko. n AVISO ENLARGED OCR STORE, WE .ARE NOW prepared to meet the di-ttiaude of the people. Wa can now SCO. CtlEAl'Elt FOR CASH than any other store. Retneraber, ours Is the only Store where FURNITURE AND BEDDING Is kept exclusively. Spring Suitresses, Feather Beds, l'ulu, Hair, Mews, Tow, and In fact every dencripthm of BEDDINO MADE TO ORDER! As we hare had fifteen years' experience lo Cabinet Making Business, we are prepared to make any part of iioussbold I'iinil tiro to order. All work guaran teed. We also make a specialty of attending to Plain and Taney Paper Hangings! I'nilcrtuUIng Attended to with promptneaa. Orders from the country solicited. 4Mf ntvinuiiB jt ? Commercial Street, Zlko, Nevada, HOLESALE AND ltETAlL DEALERS IN > PRODUCE, FISH, OTOTBHS, Canned Goods, Dressed Poultry EGGS AND BUTTER. .1 * I Also ? general aaaortmrnt of CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS, ; Of all kinds, which we offer to the public at the loweit market price. We are lu dallr receipt of frceh Butter, Eggs, Pool- ? try. etc. M4~ COUNTRY TRADE SOLICITED. i f!2tf DAVIDSON A CO. JAMES C. DOW. ATTOUKEY AT LAW, AND GENERAL LAND r AGENT. Real Eetate bought and sold on rommleaton. Appllcatioua made lor Preemption and Homestead . I Claims before the United States lauul Office. , Business before the State land Office at Carson, and tlie Railroad Office at Sacramento, promi>tly attended i to. Ha* responalb'e agents for the transaction of busi ness tx-fore the Pension und Land Ofllce at IVaalilog too. I). C. Oltico in Henley'a Adobe Bow, on Fifth street, KikO, Nevada. ? J?22lf THE 8T0NE HOUSE 8AL00N 1 ?/! ; U)' HAItllY A. H A lev I LI,K, Proprietor. JOT) AT THE STONE HOVBE, on Flflh street.fES KTm optmalte Henley'# Adobe Row, Will al UUf Ways be found tMf LIQUOR8, of the finest quality I ( CIOAHH, of the beat brandsl U 'UtoI ' n Call and try them, and yon will be certain to cut,. ???ln. Elko, Jan. 28th. 1870. JlJOtf 1(1* COURT HOUSE EXCHANGE! Ah. \V IIITK, Proprietor. ngX THE COURT HOUSE EXCHANGE flALOONttJQ \ ft la located opposite the Conrt Houae In Klko.VJlM icaJau'l at this eaMbllabmeut will constantly tie Mf Oi kept on hand the very beat brands of every kin>S of -t'T't . i. ! 1' ? Choice Liquors and Cigars ! i GOOD CHEER AND GOOD LIQUORS Will always be eitended to the patrotii of the Court House Eachangc, and all frteoda ate cordially lnvltod n to call aud see me. i m?f AL. "WltlTE. i*1 . :?1?: ? ? * '? ?m?r-t-r* > THOMAH UUIUN, . V? WHOLESALE AND DETAIL LIQUOR STOREJ Carner Commercial and Fourth Street*, oppoiita the Passenger Depot, Klko, Nevada, WhoIeiAle and retail dealer la FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, LVO.VN ALB. ? ? A largo anaortraant of PLAYINO CAHDS. t Cigars and Tobacco. t*_ Country orders promptly attended to. 9-38tf [ ua 1870. D. W. EARL, 1870. 170RWARDIN0 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, and Wholraala Dealer lu ? I ? PMirn AND C1RA1I*. </ 1 . /?! I. ln? and 111 Ffortt atreet i SaeramtDrtoI ? 12* Clay elrtet Han I'rwoolecs, ?i Railroad Depot.. ...Rend Railroad Depot..I;.... Wndeworth ?'/ , Railroad Depot ....Argents Railroad f>e|iot .Elkd. n i- , ? I , ,|| Onoda forwarded to all poln'a In th? State* of C*ll - fomla and Nevada, and tha Trrrltnrte'a of Iflahd, tilth and Montana. Shipper* may rely Upon hiving their tlooda for warded at the lowcat rate*, with illtpileh. and by IM moat favorahlo route from Sacramento and San gran- ,, K elaco. " 1 Concord ConclicH For Sale! !l 'I'WO t ON CO It f> tMAf'IIK* AMD Oltlt I Concord Wagon are Offered for ealo cheap by OKOROE KN8UUHY, ralktf At the What Cheer ftouao. Notico. ?? rIMtK COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE KX1RT1NA I I Under the atyle and Arm of Monroe A Olllaop, la tbla day dleielved by mutnal cdaaent. n U. P. MONnoH, I , . o AOHN L. OILLKOM. i ' y Elko, Nrv.. Vareh lith, J fit, mlC-tw * i . . . iU ..ir.i.i I, . ,n QT ' ? ' POSTERS, aad Job-Work of every daacrlptlon, do* .tibia odDe. mr Terma eeah oa delivery.