1 THE ELKO INDEPENDENT?'' i
VOLL?': ELK?' Ni:VADA' WKt>NESDAY; AUGUST' 3, 1W0.
THE ELKO INDEPENDENT,
ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
?. c. ..a. u riRinm
-s *i * ??? a i
or ncn pu'inrri'V rtwraT dobb, i* tub but
rmr or th* awt. '
Oaf Only Authorized Agent*;
U P. FKUF.Il. 30 and 31 K?W Merchants' Kicbange.
U oar only authorized eg. ut to 8ui I rw"<iu, i ??!.
IR'IISON A MKNKT, ?1 I "ark How, are our ?g..ntt>
In Ni? Vwrk C'lJ ?
MRS. HAMLETS SOI^ttjOQUr.
A lady of Richmond. Vs., thus diseo?s??, a la
ITamlet, the question of female suffrage :
To ante or not to vote, lljat-ie tbe question:
Whether 'tie nobler to forego the euftrago
And bear the arrow* of outrageous fortune.
Or to take up arm* against our sex's trouble*.
And, by opposing, end them? To lire?towed?
No more; and by a marriage ney we end
The heartache, only to nurse the little ill*
Women are heir to?'tis a consummation
Not for Joseph, if the Court herself doth know ;
And that she doth ia ttiosl Indubitable.
To rote?to act?to act. perchance, a farce ; ay.'
There'a the rub ! by tlua o-t what flirhfa may < ome,
When we have sh illl-d off our crinoline 1
This makes ns pause ; this, ton. Is the reapact
That makes calamity of woman's aullYsge ;
For ?rh<? would bear the kick* an I cuffs of men.
The oppressor "a flsfa. our lord's contumely'
Assault and battery, and tbe law's dels) :
The insolence of bouimers, and the spurn*
That patient women from rough loafers take.
When, to avoid it. she rntiM star at home
And nse her bodkin' Who would rnu?kets bear.
Or groan or sweat under a mechanic's iifn,
?lot for the pleasures of Kinanrlpatlnn?.
The rich tlolconda, from w hose gaping jaw*
The tlesh pots yawn in tan'ellzinp plenty?
Hut there'a tbe afterclaps 1 This puzzles the will, ,
Att'l makes ua rather bear tlm ill- we have
Than fly to the horrid inexpressibles.
Thus rowardlce makes liabiea of us all:
And thus your petted suffrage resolutions
Are sicklied over with the pale cast of fear;
And rnterpriso of glorious ballot-stuffing
Musi fade, alas I because our sulfcring aex
l>ire no! Imbibe the soul-Inspiring ryo
To give us vim and aotio'i.
Letter From Railroad Dutrict
IUilroao I>i*thict. July 77. 1570.
Editors lsDrri..M>?~M: Not Laving seen the (
Ikdrpendknt for some limr now, I Jo riot know
whether you lure received toy late intelligence i
from thia district. Newa 1* a very acarce com
modity with n* here. The furnace at liuliion City
haa played the game ol "freer* tint" ao often that
in spite of the scorching rays of the sun thing*
seam a little chilly. The fact is. Kiilr?aJ district
haa hrati the victim of a cruVl experiment. From
varions annreea I learn that the furnace erected
lis : a l? one that never has worked, and if ila his- I
tory, connected with the efforts to smell the rich
galena urea ?f Railroad is at all prophetic,it never
Will work. Sueh. I believe, t* the cinclu'iori
generally arrived at liv all parttea. anl the ground
i< already broken for a new one?one nf the old
fashioned elori- furnace*, which all krt-.w will
work. Tlier. is no lack of ore from a dozen
rniriea. The It.-n .iotkei ia lurmng out galena rich
in aliver. I'lie Palles. a ledge alloiit six feet wide, j
show* f VJ in silver with l.i per cent, in copper.
The Welifo.it, Last Chance,and ill fact !il<c-l 'i! tlie
galena ledge* here, are sliowi ig large 'pnotit e*
of ore. till! for a furnace I My kingdom for a
Tlie fart I*. Railroad 1* too n* ir town t* ? handy
and ro-ivenieni for shipping purposes. If it were
a hundred ur two miles hi the interior, lln-tr would
hot he "bull teams" enough iri the country to
transport the machinery for reduction purp ?* *.
Miners and mlcmg spi-cnlatiirs ar* like uv-doi,a
Mt| they git run to the Hnwroboolgyg (I lie!i-se
I have spelled that lieotln-n word correetlv): but
speaking ot heathen, we are told that in thc*c
days there are no heathen, fur all "are men and
Col. Have Iluel paid our district a visit the other
day. Moulded fin I lie rump of a small mule, he .
ascended tlie "liiglit* ol Ahr.ih.vm. ' and like the '
ball of a departing slop, tlie ionic's heels were the
last things seen as lie disappeared In the direction
of Pine Valley, lie promised to return. We
want a live man like him, lor Ins energy and ex
perience would soon give a livelier aspect to iho
aflsirs of otir district.
Politically, this district Is D*morratlc, and our j
people are down on Iho Chinese and their white j
advocates in UDMRailired terms.
I hear that you have had wnme of the "Sixteenth \
Amendments" In Elko, enlightening the soil * ol |
loll as to lliclr ilul v to tlie d Itlglllefs .if I've, Mrs. I
Laura Iteporee ISordon and Mrs Stevens wnnld he
doing the eans* nf woman more g.m.l in applying
their talent In the cultivation of household duties
lloah ?n woman's rights. ||er stumping ground
should he hi her home, whore she should have
aettse enough now and then to rai*e (utiles an.l
look after tlie kttelien arrangements. There arc
already too many voters In the rotnttry. There Is
Considerable truth In the following lines :
Tlie rights of woman, who demand?
Their number Is hut few.
The greatest part would rather stand
Exactly as they do,
ilesuty has claims for which it fights
Al ease, with winning ntms ;
That woman who waitt* woman's rights
Wants mostly?woman's charms.
Yon must erne out to our district and lak" t?
look at our mines, and perchance gel located In
a rich claim. Leave the hustle of Elko?"tbc
crowd, the shock, the httm of men." t.'omn out
here and hold converse with nature's charms, ami
?lew her stores unrolled hy the pick and shovel.
llnr.Aiwrurr HmnuTtom -Advices from '
New York, July '2'Jlh. stato that speculators
in breadstuff's art liimtiiH their atli'iillan to
tho great buttle wbieh in to come off on the
Ithinc, niul tho probable effect which the re
sult limy have ti|>on tho market for bread
stuff*. I,i nding operator* take the ground
that should the French prove victorious, nil
Knrojie will bo alarmed : KligllWid and Itnsala ,
will intorfero to save I'mssia from hiimlliii- ,
tion, and thus that a general war may be in- ]
tlUgWfa led. They will ronscqtinhtly buy heav
ily on the find it>tiinittion of a Frepoli tietory. i
They believe further that a serious repulse to
Napoleon would either drive him from hit
throne or oouipel him to heed tho aduiouition
of thegreal powers, In which ease a serious do
clino in brendstofln will be nnticipstod, and
the news of n l'riiHsian victory would bo ulsns
trons to the holders. There are those who
tako a different view of the en so.
"How Tnrr Hi.mp."?This is tht view
?rhioh the Now York 8tar, the workiugineii's
orKsn, takes of Ilontwoll's financial policy:
" Bout wellsitssecurely at Washington, sqnoez- J
ing the heart's blood onl of the worktngmen, j
*nd once a month he exhibits with glee the
barbat's basin into which he received it, ex
claiming triumphant! v, 'Maebow they bleed" "
Ill* V?lae of Or* ?HipmtnU.
Since May lost nearly 700 ton a per month
of silver, cupper anil gold ores hare arrived in
' San Francisco, and thin amount in increasing
' every month. Last year onlv aliput BOO tons
per month were received. >fext j-eaf there :i
every rwwn to believe that tho 'amonut will
rtafch 1,890 to 2,000 tons per mouth. This
? ore, we are ensured, is worth, on an average,
Ray, 92f>0 per ton in the crude state, or apres
. ent total of about $140,000 per month, vfhut
j it will amount to five years hence no one can
| certninlv say, but it is well known we have
yet hartfly cut through tho rind of this rich
Tho most of the ore received here comes
: from Nevada, but now it is definitely decided
that we will get all the ore of Utah as well,
fn May ls.st, 20 tons of ore from tho Cotton
wood mines were shipped to this city, nnd a
like amount to the smelting works of Newark,
I New Jersey. Theso shipments were made as
experiment*. The result from tho Atlantic
shipments was a direct loss ; that from llio
shipment here a handsome gain. In fact, a
| dednctiou from the profit made here has to be
| made to cover the loss on the shipment made
to New Jersey. Sixty to ninety days elapse
before tho returns from ore are received from
I Newark, while returns arc msde front this
city in 10 to 20 days from the departure of the
ores in the car* from T'lnh. The cost of ship
ping a ten ton car load of ore to this city is
$200, while it la $290 to $325 if sent to New
ark. The saving on freight coining this way
is therefore 9 0 to $115 per car load.
Of the 700 tons now received by us month
ly, about 200 tons mu reduced ut Mayor Sel
ler's smelting works here. This is very cred
itable to us, considering that wc are yet but
beginning. The remaining 500 tons are Sam
pled and paid for him by M> s?rs. Holland <fc
Co., and am sliip|s*ti b> S?nUdtS. ilio cost
? ?f shipment thence, per Hailing vessel, is oniy
$10 to $15 per ton. If a sample assay here
shows that the ore contains $100 in silvur to
the ton, the owner receives $50 for it; if in
Kildition it contains $75 in gold, he is puid
938 in 910 per ton ; ami if it likewise con
tains 20 per cent, of copfier, lio receives $50
per ton. The ore contuina a variety of nitt
nls of which the smelting works ou this coast .
can anvil only the silver, the gold and the
lead ; tho e p| or is lust. The l-.iighsh smelt- ,
I is have tl tfreiit a.1 vartlttei' fiver 11* ni It
licit- of uop|Hit. Tht-y rmuve ull this metal.
To citable us to Jo likewise, au expenditure of ,
millions would be ueeestury for the erection |
of vast buildings and machinery, of which, in
pcrfvutiou, then- exists hut one establishment ,
even in Wales. Then, the cost of coal aud i
labor are grentiy against us. In Wules coal '
is worth only about $2 00 per tou ; here it '
costs front ?12 to i>lH. fiubor there is worth
front 70 Cents to $1 50 per day ; here it is :
worth c"2 50 to $4 per day. Of course the
tine will coiue when we will reduce our owu
ores, nnd when the largest suieltiug works in
the world will be here, hut ninny years will j
claps'- before (lint taken place. And in the <
meant line, the business of sending ore he-re ,
for shipment abroad is a most profitable one I
both to the miners, the railroad company, cur
teamsters, sailing tesSels, ittld to llio general |
business of the coast.
'ihe fact tliut wn will in future receive all
the ores from Utah, is most gratifying. Kiroi* ?
July let. 110 Ions have been received from
that Territory, and heavy shipments are now )
nu tin ivav thence to Ibis market. Previous j
I" the building of the I'ncitic ltoilr-ud, none
of nil this ore conlil be shipped. The expense
of K"ltdini! it lo re wu* then prohibitory, nnd
it is only within a few- months that ttie husi- i
nesa has become a profitable mid extensive i
one. What it will amount to when branch I
railroads are built north ami south from tbe [
muin Pacirto line, when the Boiiilieru Pacific
road Is liuilt, and whan the California and
Oregon road is completed, allowing of ship
ui< nts '.out the now unworked mines of the
Si err# Nevada. In Northern California, the
wicen. and most sanguine of us cannot pre
t< nd to guess. Aire.uly, however, it has been :
abundantly demonstrated that President!
Grant's boast ~ that the counlfy *re?t of the
liorVy mountains contained the treasure-box'
of the world?was not a figure of fancy, but
n glittering fact. Our " bacU " country mny |
not be ell grain-prairies, like that around Chi
cago, but its products are no less profitable,
and are much more literally golden. With'
tbe expansive grain, vine and fruit lands of
California, and with the inexhaustible mines
of cur own Htoi?, Nevada, I'tah, Arizona nnd
Idaho, we have the elements of a material
prosperity which the world can hardly sur
pass, and few regions can equal,?Sun Fran?
Tun Methodist Conffhence.?The Birth '
annual session of the Methodist Episcopal J
| Confer* nee dosed ?t Virginia yesterday noou. :
I'lio folio wing are th<> anointments mode:
West Nevada ?District, Cohn Anderson, l'res !
Kliler; Carson City, .1.1). Hammond; Virginia '
fJliy. T. 11. McOrath ; Washoe (lily, A. F.
Hitchcock; Dayton and Gold Hill, A.N.
Fisher ; Genoa, E. ll.Orno; Reno, R. A.
Ilicknr : Sierra Valley, I,. Cane; Indian Val
ley, (}. II. Ilinkle; lloiiey I,akr> Valley, A. IV
R hlte ; Surnrino Valley, W. J. White;
Truekeo, W. II. Cheney. Eo.it Nevada Din
triet, Warren Xims, Presiding Elder ; Austin,
Warren NiniH ; Hamilton, W. U. Gray ; Elko, 1
to lie supplied. The Conference includes tlic j
whole State of Nevada and an much of Cali
fornia as lies east of the Sierra Narada'a mini- j
Illlt.- (lolil Hill Xfirs.
The Winneinncca Register, on the aubjert j
of female mitfrng.r, says: "The issue is]
s(purely made. 'Under which king, lien
r.oninn '/ Speak, or die I' " llad the Register
Intended to make an original remark, it would
have used the word " Jlrn/enian," and then
we might havo given it a petroleum origin, j
We refer the Register to the third aeene of tho J
fifth act of King Henry IV, where I'istol says :.
"Under which King, licnzoiiiau ? Speak,
Midway (W. P. R. R.), July 28.?An un- j
known man committed anient" at Monro's
Landing, last Sunday, try tying two saoka of j
hricka to his neck anil jumping ofl the wharf.
No work is supposed td fro tho cause of tho
rash act. T't'ffrbm.
If you think it is "no work" to jump into ,
a rteer with two sacks of hricka about your ?
neok, jnsl try R once,
_'? ? ?? ?*w ??
Rots anii Girds are not the same. They'
are born different, and show it whilo they are
KIC( KSNOll TO \V. A. JIOKKIS N dl CO.,
On Commercial Street ntar V'Kllt HlictU
la lh? More recently occupied by M. Newfleld,
ELKO, TEA ADA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS
Tinware Made to Order,
And all work done In that line with proinptneaa and
dispatch, and aatlsfactlou guaranteed In all canes.
I bare ou band and atn constantly rt
rajjH reiving a largo and epics lid eupply of
NEW 8TOVB5S I
Also, a largo variety of TIN WARE.
JOHN AINLEY l? tbo errnte for the celebrated
GERRIS1I FOJRCE PUMP!
THE OEBB1SH rORQE PCHP U acknowledgbd to
be the Let pomp tn America ky all mechanics. It I*
Worke well at any depth, le more durable than any
otht r Pump now lu use, and la the best
Best Windmill Pump in the
MY EXTENSIVE STOCK
Of evi ry article in the Htove U:,niw?r? and Tinware
line t anuot be nrpan-.. d in tut* ?t ctitm of the country,
nod thOM) wbtf a#u with me nay bo aiuurtd that at
my caUbliMbmont they can aenire
JjVtf JOHN AINI.EY.
GO TO WM. A. KINDRED'S STORE
On i miimoi elul Street,opposite tlir Upper
Kir It; lit I>t ]?i?t, in Elko,
AND LXAMINE ITT3 T.XIXE AND EXTENSIVE
STOCK OF NEW GOODS!
- . ?
'J^llE iitST ASSOKTUENT OF STOVES AND TIN
WAKE between Omaha and Sacramento.
All pattorna of llarroom. Uox, I'arlor and
AT PRICES BELOW COMPETITION!
*4~AOEM roll Till. WtJJL KNOWS
CERRISH SUBMERCE FORCE PUMP
Warranted to giro aatiafaction.
lg*M? Agent'or the >loiiitof, ituthbone
A Co.'. I fit t.miiiotta Coul riurnor.
'Jie Charter Oak Cooking Store, and S. II. Kanaom A
Oo.'a J *nrlor Stover.
Tinwaro at Wholesale,
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES !
All ordera will receive rilOMIT ATTENTION.
Jolf U'OItlv Guiillllltccil, nl
WM. A. KINDRED'S,
Cotxmir rctal Street, opponite the
m19tf Upper Freight I?epot Elko.
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD
TImo Schedule, July 4, 1870.
Kiptfn I I Pa-a'ger
EASTWAUP. train Emigtit* Sunday
Pally | I ei> sptcd
Ran haielicji leave 5 no * ? '.w r. a 4 "-0 p.m.
Oakland UO " 4.30 "
Han jo?e " 8 35 " 3.25 "
Stncktnn " 12.07 P. M. 8.15 "
Sacramento Arrive 1.50 " 7.40 a.m 10 00 "
Sa.raimnlo i.eavi- 2 10 " 9 00 "
Maryavtlle Arrive 4 no " 1.1(4 r. V
c lit I ? 45 "
Collar I-vave 5 no '* 4 00 " ?.
Iteno " 1.15 a.m. 5 45 a. m. '3
\Vlui1e1ru5ca " 9.10 " [10.15 p. m. 5 a
I tattle Mt/untaln " 12 00 m ; 3 r,n am. :2 g
Carlln " SJOP M. 10.00 " a. 3
Elko " 4 40 " 12. Om. 3 b
Helton " 1 30 a. m 7 45 a m c. ?
(iglrn Arrive 0.00 a. M j #.00 a. M. *
Kapreea leai-enger 'EinTg at
BE8TIVAKD. tralu SO wilt*
Pally rjtreplrd. Pally.
(ijpfitti I-eate flOOr. m floor.m
Helton " I0.ll " I 1.30 am
Elko '? 8.45 a m 7.15 P. M
Carlln " 10 16 " 9 46 ?
llaillo Mountain " 1.25 r. M ! 3.06 a.m.
IVinnemucca " 4.05 " ' 9.00 "
llano " 1.00 a. M 11.30 "
Col fa 1 *? 8.46 " 112.50 P.M.
Cltlfo " " 1 0 30 "
Mary at tile " 10.10 " 2.30 P.M.
Haeramento Arrive 11 25 " 0 30 "
Sacramento Leave 11.45 " 7.00 a m 7.50 "
Stockton " 1.40 P M 8 45 "
HanJoaa Arrive 0 30 " 12 48 p. M
Oakland 0 80 " 13.10 "
San Iranelero ?' fl.00 " 12.40 9 30 A.M.
A. N. TotVNC (.Moral Superintendent.
T. II. OOOPMAN, General I'eaaenger Agent. JyUtf
SCnWAIWD A WARD.
Corner of Third anil Commercial atraeta, Elko.
| T AVISO ENLAflORII OUR STORE. WE ARF. NOW
I I pr"p*rr.| t run t th" demanda of the people. Wa
i<?n now fr.i.f. CHEAPER FOR CASH than any other
etnre Remember, onr* I* the only Store where
FURNITURE AND BEDDINO
I* kept riolualvely. Spring Maltreaeea, Feather Uede,
Pnlii, Italr, More. Tow. and In fact every deacrlptloti ot
BEDDINO MADE TO ORDER I
A* we have hail flfteen year*' experience In Cabinet
Making Buetneea, we are prepared to inakr any part
of Iloneehold Ptiml lire to enter. All work guaran
teed. We alao make a rp"f laltjr of attending to
Plain and Fandy Paper Ranging* 1
I'lttlerlnkliiK Attended to with promptneea.
Ordera frr.w the ronntry aolleltnd. 45tf
JOHN S. MAYHUGH,
TtTSTtcF. OF THE PEACE TOR n.KO TOWN.
t i ahlp. Town ut F.lko. Ofhce Id Epley'a Rntldlng.
oppoalle the Ptaacncfr tiopot.
Offiew honra from a o'clock. a M ViSo'clvV, P M
ICE r ICE ! ICE !
T^oa BALK IK AS* QCANTITT. ASD AT LOW
A KATES, and drliTcrej daily to ruetnucra. br
FRED. WILSON AND COXXU A CO.
Elko. July ?. 1870. Jrl
8P1ELHA* ? CO., ProprltloH.
Manufacturer, and wboleaale dealer* in
Aleo ntail dealer a In
Foreign and Domestic Wines andLiquors,
East Bide Main Street, nko. Nevada.
Humboldt Brewery Saloon 1 i
At this saloon cas always us focsd a |
full aaaortinent of
WISES ASD LiaUOBS, !
Aleo the fioeat article of
Conftantly on hand and far aale by
CCtf Corner of Fifth and Commercial atreet*. Klko.
. ? I
ELKO DRUG STORE! j
I? TEKItY, Proprietor.
n flAVlNO PURCHASED TTTE ENTIRE n
: CWatock of Ooode of Mr Frank Thayer, ou fjlfj
| the corner of Commercial and Fourth >t?., yy
A Ello. I am pleated to tuform Ute citizen, ry j
orthie town and vicinity that at my .lore willalwaye
be found all klnda of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
PAINTS AND IIKL'SIIBS,
ALL KINDS OF FANCY ARTICLES.
AiT ALL VENT-RE L DISEASES COKED In a abort I
' time, and charges made only for medicines.
Office, btck of the Drug Store.
: 3W L. TFRPT. M. D. I
' Taoi. McDoxai.1), 1 I A. L. Siuoj.ni,
Mountain City.) I Silver City, I. T.
Mcdonald <*, oo.
MOUNTAIN* CITi*. Cope Dietrlct,
and S1I.VEU CIIT, Idaho Territory.
Gold Dual, GolJ and Stiver IluiUon |
MELTED AND A3SAYED.
tir Particular attention paid to
Ore Aaaaya of Kvrry UracilptIon.
/ 19 3mU
?LH REDUCED RATES !
I / jOVLflNMENT HAVING
Keduccd the Tax on Liqnori,
| We ire prewired to off^r our
Large and Superior Stock
i VI ratea to rnrrra|iontl with thla (liangr.
O. W. CHESLEY A CO.
I5-ly 61 Krotit atrcet, Sacramento, Cal.
117 Poll Street.
n r. rnRLANDT, Proprietor.
NF.W PEPS, I. POP. ANT) LIQI.'T ROOMS,
-? ;i-. with go* and water throughout; attonttve clerke,
JrVJvi,ot!?f"i and waiter*. Carriage* free from the
boat* to the hotel.
Every delicacy that can be had to the market put
upon lite table
The beat ol WISES AND LIQUORS In the Par.
Pare lower than any nr?t-clax- hoo?e In the city.
It la the retort for Nevada aud ltaUroad people.
rryComc and try It I
San Prancltoo, December 13, 19119 fTtf
KANE'S CONDENSED SOAP!
It Washes Without Rubbing!
riTCIl, TAR, PAIST AND ORKASE t
fir For Rale l?y All llenler*.
DYER & WALLER,
Jel6 3m Agent?. F.'ikO.
i THE STONE HOUSE SALOON !
I fly HAllltY A. IIAllVILI.R. 1'rnprlefor.
XX) AT THE STONE HOUSE, on Fifth *tr*ef.|Xi
KM oppoelte llenley'a Adf.oe Row, will *1-S0f
V.ue waye be found Iktf
laICiUOI1S4, of Ifce flneat quality I
CIOAliy, of the beat brand*!
Tall end try them, and you will be certain to call
..Elko. Jan. 2*lh. 18T0. ' jaWtf
SAN FRANCISCO BAKERY
VTOBTH BIDE OP RAIl.MUAD 8TREET. DE
. > tween Elfth and Slitb, oppnalle Erehtht Depot,
FJko. Nevada. W.M. I.OH8E,
WW. Or BR.
Ht ? Proprietor*.
I. WHITE. M. D?
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON ? LICENTIATE Of
I Canada, Graduate Of the t'lilvrrelty of New YonE
and alao ol the (Ipthalmlc Ooll-ge. offlce on Railroad
atreel, fltat door below the Oeui Saloon, F.lko,
L. Pnwr a*. R. W. wihcox.
f,. POVVICRS At CO..
lMrOBl ERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Jy2Mf No TSfrent Street BAnpAMENTorel
J. II. ?Ltcr)NOE.
DRAPE!* AND TAILOR,
BUlruad Strwt, l.U". mu the CnoifBullIu Hotel.
. a a The citiren* of Flko and rtctnllT aro roptW
(1 fully nollhvd, that at uiy iiUca uf business X ant
IMprepared to jx-reonally attend to atl the branched
?iiL jJ lUlTISG AKU TAILOR-NO. and cuaxanted
touiy patrons an
Eicjtant, Otnttcl and Perfect Pit.
A Ob*llenpe of $li,000 is hereby offered'
To any [>emon that, In the line of
nFTPAlRTNO AND RKNOVATINtl QARMPNT8,
1 caanot be recalled In any ile|>artn>?nt; and my pa
trons are Invited to call anil test my workmanship.
?pWtf 9. 1?. BLEDSOE.
?? ? ; ?: 1 " ?" ? ? 1 ?
NEW CIQAR STORE!
Tnr droEiwioSED taker pleasure nt ra
fonnlnti hit frlemla and the publm that ha haa'
A CIGAR AND FRUIT STORE,
on Commercial street, next door to the a to re of ftadt
A Cohn, where they will alwaya find the flne*t brand*
Of niAo le T-i >lJ~ ' '
Imported Ilavaua Cigars,
and tha rholceat brands of SMOKING AND CHEWING
TOBACCO. Also * latgu aud cxttMl't aasurtiusnt of.
rn.U1TS, CAISXDXES, \
SUxtionerv, Pijx^s, Etc., '
ana everything pertaining to my line of huaineee. " 'I
inyiltf U. UUUK. p
On Railroad atrcet, near Fourta Unci, tike.
ATKINSON A CO., Proprietor*,
m _ Having flttodup inelegant > rty?e^_
style their new llr*t.-iuraul,
XWtwfh and having provided themselves with er
i/.i wrything desirable am*, necessary for tha
conduct of a FIRST-CLASS HOUSE, would Inform
their friends and the public that
AT TIlK ERKMlri KOTIssKllIK.
on Railroad street, can alwaya be obtained every luxu
ry that ta produced on the I'aci&C coaat?wild if*"10,
poultry, flab, aud pastry aud meats of all Muds, ana
ME ALU AT ALL HOfrjtS,
At Reduced Prlere?50 And T!< Cents!
At their Bar they will keep constantly on hand ?
superior assortment of the best brands of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Fresh Hultimore Oysters !
Famished in every style. totf
1870. 1). W.KABL, ' 1870.
' \ ? IflOl
I^ORWXRDING A NT) COMMISSION MERCHANT. v
' and Wholesale Dealer iu
flour and grain.
109 tnd 111 Front etreet Sacramento
a1i clay atreei Ban Kranmaco
| Railroad Depot..., Reno
Railroad Depot WadaworUtj.,
Railroad Depot llattlc Mountain
Railroad Depot... Elko.
Gooda forwarded to all poln'a in lbs State, of Call -
| fornia and Nevada, and lb. 1 irritoriea of Idaho, Utah
I and Montana.
i Sblppcra may rely upon having their Goode for
warded et the loweal ratee. with dupatch, and by the
I moat favorable route from Sacramento and San Fran.
[ a. d. wurr.MT. r. n. smitu.
WHITNUY df. CO., t
I Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
! Dealers in Flour and Grain,
camforma and nevada.
Saw PitANCiaco. 415 Front Street,
Sacnalit.XT". #9 Krbnt Street,
BHitloi.B St-mviia, Railroad Depot,
IlEXO, Railroad Depot,
WiKtiEMCCCA. Railroad Depot,
Batti-i Motrwraiw. R R Depot
Cant.nr, Railroad Devot
Ei.ao, Railroad Depot -
4^-SEND sntPriNO KP.OF.IiT8 with each eonhlgn
incnt of (looda.
O'Od. forwarded to all parla of California, Nevada.
Idaho, Salt Lake and Montana. inU6-3m
E. REINHART A, G6M
FORWARDING AND C0MMI8SI0H
Boots and 8hots i
Wlioloinle mid rtottall.
Elko unci ffinnrmticM, ? - Hevadn
TO THE TEAV8TER8.
?^-Having made arrangement* wlib the F.llo and
Idaho aim Idaho CeDtral Hoad Companion, wo are en
abled to load teama and paaa them over the roada free
REtNHART * CO.
C. B. SHOUROA,
WATCHMAKER AMD JEWELER,
I at "'0 Co mopolltan Hotel Building,
X* JQi El.o, Nevada
Hae <M hand a ruperlor atock of
And .TKWKLRV of every kind.
Particular atteutlon given to
REPAIRING FINE WATOME8."
nSOUA IINO PONK.
All work watrauteJ. aJOtf
r~\ ^r.Ai.rn rM
irWRLKT, Atf.tKR WARE. *0..
dfemljOppoalte the Railroad Depot. Elko.
| i'faa constantly oil baud a superior atoek of Ameri
can and Imported
AJ?f> RALiroRMA MAMTPACTDRrii
?JBWllLRY OF Alia XI1TBI.
j Kf Particular attention given to Itr.PAIRINO
AU work done by competent workmen and ware
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