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THE ELKO INDEPEXOEXT.
WEDRRKDAV. JI LT ?. I?7I>.
Celebration Day.
The mutty-fourth tmiiTinaiy of our Na
tional Inde|>cudenco ?iui upj>n.>|>riuttly cele
brated by our citizens on Monday last. Owing
to the variou* nod exteusive prejiamtimiH
made to commemorate tbe event l>v our neigh
boring towns on the railroad, no public dem
onstration was inaugurated by our people;
but, nevertheless, through the enterprise of
J. D- Treat, the town was made lively by n
really grand display of fireworks iu tlie even
ing. Salutes were fired at sunrise-, noon and
evening. Many houses in town were deco
rated with tings, and from thre-e new flagstaff's
floated our uationnl c-iuhfe111s, proudly kissing
the breeze and sending a thrill of joy to every
patriotic heart.
inz none.
The picnic of the public school was an at
tractive feature of the day. The hoys and
girls assembled at the schoolhoir.se lI'J o'clock
A. x., Mui marched to the grounds prepared
for the occusinn, at the willows on the l>ank
of the Hutuboidt river, where they scattered
and rambled through the tnugled wil lwo.-d,
enjoying themselves with childish glee until
called together by their principal, T. M.
Stone, to listen to the exercises of the day.
Assembled around a sumptuous table, grout
ing beneath the weight of delicacies pre parol
for the occasion by kind and indulgent pt
rents, the huppy little chil-bvii arrayee,
in their holiday attire, and looking like a
beautiful baud of cherubim*, sang "King the
Bell, Watchman," with a ze.st thut made tie
woods resound \? ith tbe echo of their voices.
D. E. Waldrou, Esq., made some appropriate
and interesting remarks, explaining the cause
of the revolutionary war, the oppressions tint
our forefathers wore subjected to by tLe
mother Country, anil the history of the Mugm
Churtu of American independence, when hi
read the instrument with force and edict
The little ones then arranged themselves
around the tables, and partook of their pienit
feast, in which they indulged to their hearts
content. The day wus passed by them iu i>
series of amusements, until, weary, they wen
called together and marched to town, when
they were dismissed, full of happy thoughts,
to dream the night trway in the memory of tht
pleasures they had enjoyed.
I.UN" WINKS* CKLKDIUTIOX.
In the afternoon, our handsome and irre
pressible townsman, Len. Wines, turned out
a stylish eight-horse bay team, before one of
his new Concord coaches, with the dashing
reinsman, Charley iluyues, to manipulate the
fiery stud, and a band of music to enliven the
occasion. A load of gentlemen, including
Uncle Jim I'icrson as ballast, were taken
aboard the coach, and the company then
started out on a calling tour. The eimclr
brought up in front of tho Is/>crssDKXT office,
where an addition was niude to the party,
wli?n the coach moved down to the Chronicle
office, where our lengthy brother was induced
to join the party. After making several calls,
tfao occupants of the coach gavo way to other
Mends, until nearly all who desired au airing
were accommodated. The ladies were not
forgotten, and wero treated to a drive to the
Hot Springs.
THK BALL.
In the evening, tho Cosmopolitan Hotel
was thrown open to the public, and tho dance
went on until tho early dawn. Pleasure
reigned supreme, with no discordant notes to
mar the bnppiness of tho devotees at the
shrine of Terpsichore.
Throughout the day and night order pre
vailed, and all appeared eminently satisfied
with the celebration of our national indepen
dence.
Tick Naturalization Bill.?A Washington
dispatch of tho 3d instant states that the Sen
ate would hold ia session tho nest day, to try
to dispose of the Natnralizutinn hill. Senator
Casserly is very indignant at the adoption of
Sumner's amendment, striking out ,'ho word
"white," and says if tho bill becomes r. Inw
the persecution of Chinese which will follow
will drive away every ono of them from the
country; that the Chiuoso nro pagans, who
have not tho slightest conception of tho sig
nificance of au oath or the value (>f citizen
ship. (treat opposition is also manifested ill
other quarters, because this amendment
opeus the door to nn influx of people from
tho West Indios, and if it becomes a lnw any
mnn on tho globe, no matter of what nation
ality or degree of civilization, may hccodl^ a
voter if he comes to tlio United States.
IltniiT and Lsrr.?Tho Choyuuno papers
charge Governor McCook, of Colorado, with
a wholesale robbing of tbo Ute Indians. Tho
annuities provided have been gobbled up, and
where Ameiican cows were promised, a lot of
wild Texas cattle have been imposed upon the
tribe. These ltadieal ottice-holders are good
business nu n. They first rob the ludians, and
get up a war, and then rob the Government
on the contracts, etc.
Wr. ,VP told that the Northern I'aeiAc It iil
ro?d Company does not proposo to wait for
any more subsidies before eoinuiencitig work,
which, seeing th.'t it has already secured a
franchise worth .*">0(1,000,000, and can build a
road without #dviiiI'1i'1K a cent, is really j
very kind.
EnvfABi) IIaustow, a promising voting man,
long a resilient of Han Francisco, iii"d suil- ;
denly in Omaha, on tho 3 )tli ultimo, of .Vw?
orrhuge of tho lungs, while en route to his oM
homo in Oswego, Now York.
uo
Jjakk lliofcKH.?A steam propeller, from tho
bay of 6nn Francisco, has been shipped to tho
HletT* Nevada mountains, to be used in tiavi
ga'ing this ujnjjnilln nt slm t of wat. r.
W omnu 111 Noxrndn!
THK OilGANIZATION I
CONVKXTIOf AX KATTLK HOlXTAtKl 1
Stirring Addresses by Mrs. Gordon and Mrs.
Stevens!?Letters from Gov- Safford and Brick
Pomerov!?A State Convention to be Held !?
Sneakers in the Field!?Immense Enthusiasm!
?List of Officers. Heaclcuoas. etc.
Pursuant to call, a convention assembled nt
. Battle Mouutain Station on Monday after
' noon, July -1th, 1870, for the purpose of
mlopting measures to organize the frieiul* of
the enfranchisement of woman in this State.
The convention was called to order nt the
i close of the literary exercises incident to the
| celebration of the nation's natal day, Hon. M.
S. Bonnifitld, State Senator front Humboldt
comity, being chosen Chaiinian, and John I.
Ginn, of the Elko IxI'M indknt, Secretary.
The Chairman then introduced Mrs. Emily !
, A. Pitts Stevens, who, after reading the
, "Woman's Declaration of Independence," j
called for its adoption, which was done with- I
out a dissenting voice. Mrs. Stevens then j
delivered a somewhat lengthy, logical, elo
quent and earnest address in behalf of the
cause, and was frequently interrupted by
rounds of applause.
We have neither time nor space for even a
synopsis of the speeches.
Mrs. Laura do l'orce Gordon wis uext in
troduced, and delivered the most jiowerful ad
dress we have ever heard fall from the lips of
a woman?and for convincing logic, spirit.
animation. piquancy 111 recounting an ivmc
dote or painting a characteristic, and for vigor
of conception, wo have never beard the effort
excelled by tnun. Taken ok a whole the
speech of Mrs. Gordon (given without notes)
was one of those rare, intellectual efforts in
which nil the parts of a discourse were so
completely put together that it might seem to
have Wen created by a single stroke. The
hearty applause elicited by striking hits, beau
tifully rounded periods, and eloquent perora
tions, soon merged into the most intense en
thusiasm; and as the most chaste, elegant and
forcible words in the bnvgmge poured from
her lips like a stream of liquid fire, and her
eyes sparkled with animation, her graceful
form swayed too and fro, and her taper An
gers moved through the nir in unison with
her burning words, the whole audience be
came electrified and listened with bated
breath, as if in fear a geut might fall unheed
ed. Thrice she attempted to close, when the
audience, as if with one voice, thundered,
"Go on! go on!!" until the afternoon had
been well nigh consumed.
At the conclusion of Mrs. Gordon's address
letters were rend from Governor Safford, of
Arizona, and 1 fries l'omeroy of Xewr York?
i Ilia Secretary making a verbal apology for
JU>n. D. IT. llaskell, who had been called
away on business to Sacramento.
A vote of thanks was tendered tho laily
speakers for the able manner in which they
had advocated the ennse of woman suffrage.
Mrs. Stevens then opened a subscription l>ook
for her paper, the Pioneer,, published in San
Francisco, and obtained a large number of
subscribers. The Convention then adjourned
until evening.
evening session.
The evening session wns held in tfls parlor
of the Capital Hotel?Hon. M. 8. Ilonuifield
in the chair.
M rs. Gordon stated the object of the meet
ing to be the formation of a State organiza
tion precedent to the calling of a State con
vention, [On the snbject of the best place to
hold snch convention, Elko stood in highest
favor. 1
The following officers for the State organi
zation were then chosen:
President?Mrs. I.nnrn de Force Gordon.
Corres[)onding Secretary?Hon. M. S. Iton
nifield, 1 tattle Mountain.
Recording Secretary?John I. Ginn, Elko.
Trensnrer?Len. Wines, Elko.
Vice Presidents?Lyon county, Mrs. Judge
Haydon; Storey county, J. T. Goodman;
Elko county, Mrs. Len. Wines; White Pine
county. Miss IT. M. Hilton; Ifuiulsildt county,
J. D. Minor; Orinsby county, Mrs. Judge
Johnson; Douglas county, Mrs. Smith; Nye
county, Hon. II. M. Itarno*; Lander county,
Mrs. Judge Cooper; Washoe county, Mrs.
Hicks; Lincoln county, Senator Hazard;
Esmeralda and Churchill counties not repre
sented.
The Executive Committee was selected as
| follows: Mrs. Laura de Force Gordon, Mrs.
Judge Ilaydon. H<>n. M. S. Konnifield. John
I. Ginn, Len. Wines, T. V. Julian and Joseph
T. Goodman.
Tho following named persons were ap
pointed a committee on constitution: M. S.
Ilonuitield, C. F. Gooding, fl. E. Wiley, Mrs.
Gordon and Mrs. Stevens?to report at the
earliest practicable moment.
A resolution was adopted indorsing the Pi
oneer as the official organ of the party oil the
Pacific coast.
A resolution was also adopted disclaiming
any affinity for or affiliation with any existing
political party.
In the course of her remarks at tho evening
session, Mrs. Gordon stated that she should
for the present remain in the field, and ad
dress the people in various parts of the State.
She made appointments to speak at Galena
last evening and at the It utile Mountain mines
to-night.
Mr*. K. O. linker, of Virginia City, will
also take tho field as n speaker at mi early
day.
On motion tho convention adjourned sine
</fe.
.? - ' ^ ?
Sr.xAToit Monrojt, n? wo learn l?y telegraph,
was lying dangerously ill at his residence in
Washington on ibn .'td instant. Thero was
hut Jiftfr hojm of bis recovery.
bitu'i Poxkkoy at Battue Mocxtaix.?
Mark >1. Poineroy having written to the com
mittee of the Female Suffrage Convention,,
called to meet at Battle Mount/tin on the 4th>
that he would endeavor to be there and give
his "views on woman suffrage?or something
else," everybody along the road was on tiptoe
to see the great commentator. Our special,
' reporter dropped do vu to Battle Mouutain on
Sunday morning, and on his arrival was in
troduced to one of the "unterritied" as "Mr.
Pouiemy," by u railroad man. The thing
took like hot cukes. Here is what our report
er says of the mutter: "The first introduc
tion led to one hundred more in five minutes,
and five barkeepers were kept Ltisy waiting
on the crowd at the Capital Hotel for more
I than an hour. While the fortunate who
could get iuto the house and shake "Brick"
by the hand, wore congratulating him, hun
dreds crowded around the door outside to ols
tain a glimpse of the distinguished author,
"Brick." "I'm heartily glad to see yon?
Lake a drink." "Your's is a great name
among tho boys?take a .drink." "Got a
large subscription list ill Surprise Valley,
haven't you??take a drink." "Tho boys
swear by you out here ? take a drink."
"Had a long ride?take drink." "Rough
trip, didn't you Brick?Like a drink." "Boys
let's all?ltriek take a drink." "Brick allow
me to introduce you to my friend Mr. Simp
kins; he's one of us?take a drink;" and a
thousand other salutations fell thick and fast
as hailstones, until some outsider, who hap
pened to rememls r that the real "Brick" is
one or the strongest ami most persistent and
able advocates of temperance ill the world,
ami seeing our rcjiorter tnuzzle his "whisky
and gum" at every call, whispered his suspi
cions that "that fellow's playing us; his fore
head isn't high enongh nor broad enough for
Brick Pomeroy, and be husn flame-like ca
pacity for absorbing liqttid beverages which
is perfectly frightful?and Brick don't drink;
yon can't plav rae ou that fellow?I've seen
him somewhere la-fore." Whereupon the
bubble bursted, and oor reporter was borne
awav to his room iu a state of syncope.
Battle Mocxt.un.?The town of Battle
Mountain is 17 miles west of the site of Ar
genta, on the railroad, and in tho center of
the Reese Itiver valley, aud its people are
wide-awake, whole-souled, public-spintrd?
just such material ss works wonders from
small beginnings. It wilf go down in history
as the first town in Nevada to give rise to a
female sultrage convention aud organization;
and reasoning from this, its people expect to
have the first branch railroad in the State, and
may, perhaps, have an. eye on the State cap
ital. The mines of Battle Mountain arid Gal
ena districts are lending the town a very live
ly appearance, by heavy ntul continued ship
ments of ore. The people there, us well as
further south, are agitating the subject of a
railroad to Austin iu a more systematic am)
practical manner tb.m ever heretofore?aud
about the time White l'lne- wakes up, it will
l?e shipping ore southwest to the railroad ut
Reveille.
The Reveille wuuts Fish removed from the
State Department because Lis Assistant Sec
retary, John Bancroft Davis "is a known and
convicted rogue," having taken a bribe of
000, while a director of the Brie railroad. Tho
Ueveille is verdant. That is the best recom
mendation Davis could possess for an ap
pointment in these days.
A IIomiciiib is Elt.?The White Pine News
of the fonrth ruvs n homicide took place in
the streets of Ely, lust Wednesday, unit to
jireveut the circulation of erroneous necounts
of the occurrence, n gentleman residing in
l'ioche thoughtfully furnishes for Uie infor
niiition of the public the particulars ss they
are. We lire always grateful for dispassion
ate, circumstantial information of all import
ant occurrences in the surrounding districts;
and it is the common interest of fair-minded
men to have the first publication of such mat
ter correct. The cirumstances of the utfuir
are thus related:
I'iociik Crrr, Juno 30, 1H70.
Knrrori White 1'ink Daii.y News:?On yes
terday afternoon about live o'clock, a fatal
shooting alTray occurred here, which resulted
in the death of Hicharil. It. Tisld withm ten
minutes irony th? time he received the shot.
The affair grew out of a hard feeling which
had existed between the deceased and his as
sailant, William Dodds, for more than two
months past, and tlie parties never met ex
cept recrimination ii|?oti recrimination ensued.
Yesterday afternoon, Dodds meeting the de
ceased in a saloon, tho usual altercation took
place, i nding by Dodds remarking thnt "if he
(Todd) wished anything of him, to come out
in the street and he couhl get it." Some
twenty-five minutes later deceased appeared
on the street, opposite Dodds', and com- I
menced tiring, discharging two shots from n
six-shooter before the latter could draw his
revolver. When, however, Dodds drew, lie
shot five times in rapid succession, three
shots biking effect?otto in the rigid arm, one |
in file left side about the waist, and otic
through tlie left breast. The first shot fired
by deceased struck Henry Phillips in the
thigh, causing an ugly tlcsli wound but not
dangerous.
The above facts are as related by eye wit
nesses, and no doubt is expressed but the
shooting on Dodds' part was justifiable, and
necessitated by thoassuult of deceased.
Veritas.
In San Francisco, July 3rd. .bulge McKin
slry charged tlie jury ill the Nouvnl rase at
length -occupying over an hour. At the
close of his remarks, last night, the jury
went old -twent* minutes past ten o'clock.
Hi-tune d six mfiititra later with a verdict of
"Not guilty;" and Neaviil was discharged.
The n suit lind been generally anticipaied by
the public, who hail wutchi d the progress of
tho trial.
llisK lttri.f.to*. Mr. floorge Onirics, agent
for Priehnrd's fast freight line. sbip|H-d last
week l'2.OIHI pounds of base bullion bars, nil
from the Wetland works. He has also ship
ped alsait lifly tons in tho last two weeks of
ore from tlie Maryland mine at Pinto.? H7ii(r
I'inc iVciOT.
(Iko. Gante, of tho Idaho rnnrh, on the
Cope rood, reports tho loss of forty acres ot
barley by crickets.
Ruby Valley Correspondence.
llt-ur Vaixky, July 3, 1870.
Editouh ISPt-ftstiKWr:?I olwervcd in u late
issue of y>ir p?i>er a correspondence from
th* place written under the nom t/e jJume of
"Shoshone."" Iu some mutters he was cor
rect, and in ethers he was very much out of
| the way. In reference to the inhabitants, or,
j as he termed them, tho old settlers of Ituby,
| he failed to mention all the names, and fur
1 thenuore ho told some things which are con
tradicted. In regard to the joke on Colonel
i J. B Moore about planting houiiny, the Colo
nel ilatly denies the uutheiiticity, and says it
is not so, and savs it was split peas insteud of
hominy. But there is one joke Shoshone did
not tell on him, and that is about the working
of oxen. He once hail a muley ox that the
teamster worked on the wheel. Oue morn
ing he was out where the boys were yoking
up the cattle, and seeing them put muley ou
the wheel us usual, he lieeuiue very angry and
ordered them to take muley off immediately,
saying, "How in the h?lean that ox hold
1 back going down bill when he has not got
any horns?" The Colonel stands the joke
well, but says that he can toll one on his
neighbor, Judge C. .V Griswold that will boat
the one on hit". When Judge Griswold tirst
couitneticid planting potatoes, some years ago,
he employed three men to sow them, one to
plant and two to turn the eyes all up so that
the tops would not grow downward. In re*
ganl to the time mentioned when our old
friend made Billy lingers walk to the sta
tion to see the face of a w hite rami, Shoshone
did not tell it all. When his old friend, iv
stage |>asseiiger uski d liini what had driven
him so far from civilization, he answered:
| "Ingratitude and misfortune drove me like a
wandering pilgrim from the haunts of civiliza
tion. I have pitched my ti nt at the foot of
! the hills. My mother earth has provided a
| living for me. I repose ujsui her bosom by
night, and pro!*- her bowels by Jay for bull
j ion. My bed is leaves. In dbngs and tleas. My
; visiters are scorpions, howling devils, and
| d?n things. My food, the flesh of wild alii
i mals, and my beverage branch water, ltut
| the Indians all love me, I am big i-hief of the
j monutains and king of the valley. I had
, better lie king among hogs than a hog among
kings." The old man has now gone to Goose
Creek mountains to hunt a marble ledge,
i which he found in crossing the plains in lsUH
j He is confident that he will tind it. and make
I his fortune, lie is now 77 years old. but is
as active as a boy, and says he will live 50
years more. He went with no other compan
ions than his hoi>c and gun. Kaiikhucmi.
In-Ruhr Villrjrr June 'Jxth, lt?70, to the wife of Jack
iHiwniiiK. a aon.
MAItltlKII.
In KIko, July, 4th. by Justice Mayhuj?h, Frederick
hruwu to Ml?a Josephine Ur.
JOBS GARUri. n \HU1 L TlhU>T('N.
CARBER 6c THORNTON,
ATTuKNKYS AT LAW,
//.i jtit. ro.v, se ra /?.#,
\ \ ' II.T. ATTEND TO ISI'HIXKHS INTlll'HTKH TO
\ \ thriii lu the Comity of l.lko. jy'Af
lIiiMix Sr. GHonor. IIuik'/<^ Fkvnklin J. Wuirr..
HOPKINS 6L WHIT \
I )?IY>T?:rANK ANI> HI IUib>NH, linvv talii ti a*i office
l on biiitlli *tre? f. lit \! to Gililiti'a atofv, ami will
attaint to ail ? mI1<? hi their |>r? ?f?-?*-! ?n. J)'?*f
Register'# N( t'cc.
I N Pl'ltSf \NCK OK I UK IRoVJSl ?NS of AN VT.
I eiitlth tl An Act to ??le :??r the ret*Mruti?n of
I tin? iiauit a of elector*. ami |a |*n\? i.t fraud at ??lec
J t|r>n*. approved .March tho 6tli. l*7n. l?> the pro*I ?
? lon? i?( ihAct, It i* in ulr the ?lutv of the JiiMinn of
I the IVacr of the >r\rwl eoiiu !??* of thi* t? re/???
i tor the nam*** of ah qtiftlihe.) applicant-, mi.l by rirtuc
' thereof ?>at I Justice* un? ttivle ?Y-o|t)chi tllW it* fiMry
A|Petit of their n -|h ethe t wimlujm.
'Therefore, huiliij* rui iret thin day Cr<wn t!ie Clerk
I Of the ltoar<l. of, I'wuUy k*? ci<i> tie* **OJhial
, l(? ifiatcr I look,'r aiel nivniarj |?|i>rn. I am now
? ready to rctftMter all qualified a| pin-ant* hot ween the
lion re of 10 o'clock, a. m . and f, ?>Y|oek, r w , on nil
legal daya up to thu ilat day of October, 1870, tu lu
alya.
JOHN S. MAYliroif.
Justice of the Peace of KIko Township, ami
Kx-Offirlo |(? ui,t r Agent for KIko Ih-m. t
KIko, July 1st, 1?70. jyO
RLKO. WniUDICCCl.
E. REINHART 6c CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
mXSIlCIXAJVTS.
IValcr* in
Qtroctrk*,
Lii/wirx,
Tobacco
('iijtir.t,
Uiuihrart, Crock fg,
t lo/hoii/,
Furioshiinj Ho>m\.t,
IlooLl ow! S'tt'tV.
Wlioli'Miilt1 find Kciiiil,
Ukn and Wliuntiitlnra.. ? ? Nevada
TO THE TEAVSTERS.
?#}* Having made arrangemcnta with tli*? F.lko and
Idaho au l It'iho Cunlrul i;??ad Com |-an ten, w? art! en
abled to load teuton and pa-o tliciii over tin road* froo
or i<di.
KFIXIIAUT k CO.
I\ <ILTNN,
WboUnlc ?nd lii UII Ifralt-r tn
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
tiOO'iy, SI ID KM, Etc.,
I
GROCERIES, AND HARDWARE,
North aldoof IUilro.nl Htrwt, Klk?">
1 I A* rONHTANTf.Y ON 1IAN0 AND foitHAI.F. IN
I I lota to mill pun-hiuM rn, flothtiitf of all kmda,
I loot 4 ami SIKH**. Ilatx uiol ( aj?, rtc?
F.vr r> tiling In the Grocery line.
An aafortrnoiit of Hardware.
A *|l?iilil auMirtinent of
'J'olmrro mid (hunr**. I?tf
ELKO DRUG STORE !
Ii? TKICICY, I'mprlrtnr.
ym HAVING HIU'IIAHKH TIIK KNTIUK n
C./JfiocV of Good* of Mr. Frank Thayer,
\ff the corner of Commercial and Fourth at*.,
Flko, I am |dca*rd to Inform the ?*it- J
ofthla town and vicinity that at my atore will alway*
he found all klnda of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES I
PATENT lYIEDICIJVES,
PAINTS AM) IIUIHIIKK,
ALU KINDS OF FANCY ARTICLES.
?#- AW. VENKIIR .1. IlfSRASEH CITIIKH In n uliurl
tlrnr. Hint i liari;.'. only for iin.llclmn.
I <l|Tlrp, lurk nf tin* OrilH Slurp.
C'oti.iiltatlniiii froo.
i~ 'rr.it?y, m. v.
Notice,
HAS KINO HOI St: or M. f. EKEEMAX k CO ?
ELKO, NEVADA. 'J
rfCOII AND AtTKK TUI* DATE. ?< will allow
One iiikI Oho-Hiill'U'i) I-*cr Cent.
l*r mouth lutcrr.t on Tim- I malt with as.
M. P. FKEEklAX A CO.
Elko. Jul; 1. liWTO. Jyl-st
Kail road Consolidation.
I >l'B8UAST TO TUB 8TA1UTK. IN RIVU CAR*
1 ini'le suil prwided. notice h hervbv Kivpn that
thcCKNTllAL PACIFIC ICAll.UOAD COMPANY OF
! COIMHtMA and th.% WKMrKKN PACIFIC HAIL
KOAD COMPANY, mn.n the *ritt?*? o tuctit of their
Stf kh'd.l* i?. holding more tliaii thre?--fourtha <>f tho
: cai'itrf Kt*H*k ??f nu ll of nl<| corporation* rpv|Mctiir?Iy,
' itid by tho agreement of the re?|KX'tlvr lh?ard* of D|1
rpi tor?of Mid oor|M?ratiou0a made and euu rtrl into
iti accordance with such ootuent, an<l pumuant to the
| statute in auch case midff ami |?ruvhied. have THIS
1 DAY amalganiaSrd and consolidated their capital
?tock. debt*. |?ro;HTty. aiM't*, ami franchhM ?. umlrr
; the eorp)ratp name an I ulyle of ?'CKNTBAL PACIFIC
KAII.IIOAD COMPANY."
Ily unlet of the Hoard of Dirrctora of the "Central
Pacific Itailroad Company."
K. II. XIII.I.KIi. Ja . Kccrctary.
Sacramento. June 23. 1*70. Je'ilidlu
ADAM IIA AO. ADOLPI2E DAVELUY.
TUOLUMNE SALOON
And Sample Room.
CRYSTAL PEAK BREWERY DEPOT.
i Comiiic r? lit 1 Stmt, lutwrrn Fourth and
Fiftf! Streete? Mlko, \rvada.
WINES,
LIQUORS,
ENGLISH ALE <k PORTER,
CiiAivZP AGUE,
All Ivin.l- ul'SYllUl'lS.
CI 1 ?IOlt.
CKiAltS. Arc. Ac.
COXSTAXTL V (IX HA XI) !
At Wholesale and Retail !
frit H EES FH'TM THE COVXTHY
RECEIVED AXI> I'ltOMITI.Y ATTKXIlKl) TO.
IIA\<? A DAVELl'T, 1'iuprirtors.
Elko. June I'J. 1W?. lif
I
FAMILY GROCERY.
VT II. AltMKll'M 1EW S'lUUK MAY UK
futllld cliuh tt
Tra?, Hiigitr*, Saurr?, Fickle*. Spier*.
Jama, Jr lllra, 0>'?trra, Spiced 0) ?lrr?,
fan Fruit* ttlid Vi yita l?lr?,
which hivt* Im-4 it M'Wtnl wUh ran*, a til arr all of lha
bt-l quality for mm of j-ntah* fatuillca.
My rctlOD of
C'A N di r:s
arr nnitirianiol for f|ttalMv in Nevada; and my atock
of l'tcatm. Almond*. Itru/il Nut*. II ckory NuU, kc.r
ar<- frt -h mini of choice qiullllft.
The ln-?t attention will !>p given In ruatomer*. and.
packagr* will lip deliver* <1 fr?r of char/i in the rity.
luyiltf II. AltklKN.
Kxtt Ui.i: Atgcntu Mining Fom pit ??>*?. !?*??
ration of work*. M niiiitlu Cil), Ktko Futility, Nrta*
<li.
NotfiT i? lo rt I y given. Hut at a meeting of tbo
' Hoard of Tru?l? of aald < oiui-uiiy, l.r!>| on flit- 2] h
day of Juno, \ 1?. 1 *7o, an a**? ??inri.t (No. 1) of
twenty (?<M ? ??i.t* per idiare *a* |rv|it| upon the capital!
Ntoek of Mt'l i ?iii|<ati>, |>4yul*le iiiifiii-dlatrty, lit ( til?
I?mI Miti ? gold e.-in, to tlii* S? i n tare, at lln* tifflrf of
Die roiit|iNtiy, No. irfni Moiithniui r} atrrrt, mui frail*
cl?ro, ? alifori i i.
Any rt*M V ? 11 ?? which *a!il a*?e*"iticnt ?hall trtnaln
mii.mM Mi tlatkirtiMli ;.kith) day of July. A. |l H'O,
U -lull lie deemed ?t> liiif|i?Oit.aii.l will U- iltily ahor**
';tl??d formic at Jiiil? U an. leu. an I utile** pay in-nt
; *li.il! It made t?t-f.?rt. will |h? *..11 on Saturday. tin*
twentieth |rtf?| ?la> ?>( Align*!. A |i. |*7d, |o p*y thn
ilrliii?|Urlit a*?c*n||ieiit. together with coal* of ad tor* ?
tndng ami * x\t tiai m of *ah*.
lly order of thr Hoard of Trustee*.
II /. will Kf.r.lt. RerreUrjr.
Office, room No. ?. third floor, No. 6D6 M ? ititgoiiirrp
street, S.%ti Froticloro, California. JeTMw
FRESH OYSTERS
t^EKVKI) IN I'.VKRY KTYI.K, HAY ASI> NKIIIT;
COLD LUNCHES!
AT IIAItUY SCIIMII)TH l.l'NCII AND OYKTKR
STANI), In the r?hln< t Saloon. Commercial atreet.
JvNtf
what < in:i:u not si-;;
t'omiurrr Inl Mrtrl, KI.KII, 1KYAIIA.
MAVIXfl MMNEO TIIK ABOVK WKI.I. KNOWS
mi l |Mi|mUr IliitiiiK lb?u-r, tin* titi<l<-r'itfiml I*
j |i.i j>arf'l |o furu!i!i mi unbuilt* *1 huiuImt of IkMitlur*
I .?i.?l Trauatcvit <'i??iniiicp with
The Best the Market Cm A Cord !'
attiik most ui:.\soN.\n:.i: iiatksi
Botml FurnislwMl by the McaL
DAY OH \VBKK.
CaU anil aatl-fy yournrlf in tn it* mi|*oii'?ritr.
J H. HMITH, |'r?|?rlrfor.
Elko, June I s 1M"0. jrl.tf
Tim*. M'clmw Ai.r\ r iA, b Kimompi,
Mountain fity. | | KlhrrLTty, I. T.
Mcdonald <k c o.
ASSSIYERS,
MOUNTAIN CITV, Cope Walrtct,
?ml KII.VKU CITY, I I hn Territory.
<?*?11 Itnnt, (Mil mill Nov. r Itiilllon
MELTED AND ASSAYED.
Mm' l'?rtleul?r attention yahl t..
lire Aaiuy. of Kvcry llr.i t 11|| Inn,
I*-3mla
BHtrny IVotico.
TAKI.N HI' ON TIIK 11 Tit OK Jt'NF.
fluW~ 11 "l? (?) li. ?i| of .tray Work r?lllr two
tM'JI wlillo p|?i * kli ?!, three rnl, mul olio black
? * aiol white. The owner In re*|nrntrrl to
prove pro|o rljr, pay rharKe.. ami Uko Ihoin ?w?y
Imm my ranch at Clover Valley.
JA? A. KTKEI.F.
l'oatnftteo mhlrv.a, IhimhoMI Wclla, 0. T. M. B.,
Klko County, Ncva*U. J. I SI f
Notico to Creditor*.
1,'HTATK OK OimiiiK. W IT IINKV. IlKCKANKO.
i j Notion In Ii< n by tfiven by ttic* uinlrraficn* ?1. Ad*
lillfiMmtril of tlir Mill rilitlr, In tflO rrnlltnrN of, atl'1
b?all yt raona h:i\int{ olairn* ai:*;iipt, mM i|ihn*?imm1, to
rtlilblt ttif a.iinf, willi tin* lift i'Manr votirlirr*, within
| f'?nr iii<*iilli? frotn tin* fir-t j?tiblii ntion of ttil* notice,
| to tin* liti'trralgfo d. hI lirr rcpMi'fico, nt Mountain
cry, Elk'. Comity, Ifefadi
OLIVE K. HUSKY, A?linli?!?tratrlf.
Elko. Juno II. IHTO. Jrll-lw
I HIHTEMM, atoI Job Work of ovr ry tliuu-ylptlon, flono
I at i!ii* otfh ?. 9 j* Tiirmn i mIioi tlMliorf lfl

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