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THE ELKO INDEPENDENT."
SATURDAY. J \ KIMRV 7. U?l. - ' ?, ? - i-' Projfdfd Marrow linage Hnl 1 roitt|. The present facilities of transportation from the mining localities in onr State are so onerously expensive that the people are be ginnmg to be awakened to the subject. The east fields of mineral wealth which lie hidden in the bosom of onr mountains, require that an effort should be made for some more con venient and less costly means for bringiug our ore* and bullion Into market at a greatly de creased rate tban at present. NVcare tokl that a strong effort will be made very shortly to in troduce for this purpose a new method. Parties are now at work earnestly for the pro jection of a narrow gauge railroad to be built between Elko and Hamilton; and we learn that at the present session of the Legislature a bill will be introduced authorizing the res pective counties that will be benefited by the road, to loan their credit to the enterprise, iu the shape of bonds, that the work may be carried on. Some citizens of this county inoy be iurfiued to think such a coarse wonld be detrimental; that thecounty iu now largely in debted atid that the tax upou our people would be U>o severe. To suck we would say, that to make us a- thriving and growing com munity, it will bo necessary to be enterpris ing. If we would see our towns and cities built up, we must put forth our power. No great work was ever accomplished by waiting to let somebody do that which we should per form ourselves. By the counties of White Pine nmd Elko loaning their credit to the ex tent of some $"2.'i0,00(J', parties in San Fran cisco stand ready to advance the necessary funds to bnild a narrow gauge railroad from Elko to Unmilton. So we are iu favor of aiding the project, and hope our citizens will consider the subject well and conclude that thov will try to advance n work which will build up towns and cities for us, itud infuse a new life iu trade. Some months since a committee was appointed in White Pine covmty to inves tigate the practicability of bnilding a railroad from Hamilton to intersect the Central Pacific; to inquire into the resources of the uiiuvrul lodes; to estimate the quantity of high and low grade ores that could be procured uitd the amount of tonage that would be carried to and from the miuing localities. After a care ful consideration, the committee reported, and produced statistic* that were much mere favorable to the cause than were anticipated. There is no cause for doubt that a railroad from Elko to White Fine would infuse sev life into business matters and be n productive investment to ull our citizens. The narrow gauge railroad is well adapted for our section of the cohutry; its practicability has been tested in Wales and in Canada \ and ws learn that it is in contemplation to introduce this style of rondB in the Pennsylvania eoal dis tricts, and in other portions of the States east, it commends itself to general favor on account of the economy of its contraction as well as in its lower cost of equipment and in the lighter expense of working. Locomotives and oars are made correspondingly light with the construction of the roudway. The gauge of this road will probably be about two and a half feet. A recommendation for the narrow gauge over and above that of economy is, that very much sharper and more frequent curves are permissible without danger to the trains or loss of tractive power by the engine. A railroad on this cheaply constructed system would be productive of incalculable benefit, and the easy facilities of transportation would give a fresh and healthy impetus in the devel opment of the resources of this section of our Stato. England's policy in relation to tho tempo ral power of the I'ope is mecinctly set forth in a letter lately addressed by Mr. Gladstone to E. Dease, M. P., in answer to a memo rial upon the subject from the inhabitants of Stadbally, transmitted to that gentleman. Mr. Gladstone says that while the British Govern ment baa not interfered in nay of the changes that have marked the reign of the present Pope, it still considers, and will continue to consider, ?N ttint relates to the adequate sup port of the dignity of the Pope, and to his per sonal freedom and independence in the dis charge of hto spiritual functions, to be legiti mate matter for its notice, and that during the uncertainties of the last few months, without awaiting the occurrence of any actual necessity, it has taken upon itself to make previsions which would have tended to afford any neces sary protection to the person of the Soterejgn Pontiff. Mr. Gladstone also expresses satis faction that Italy has declared its desire to make adequate provisions for the due support of the Pope's dignity. San Doxirno.?It is stated in well informed circles, says the Wnslifngton Patriot, that the President is so confident of carrying tho Dominican resolution through tho House of Representatives by means of tho party drill and the persuasive influences of patron age upon Radical members who are to retire on the 4th of March that, Steps have already been taken to fit out tho Tennessee, now at tho Rrooklyn Navy yard, to carry Fred. Dong lass and his fellow commissioners on their er rand of jobbery. Hho will probably bo com manded by Captain Temple, who now holds the anomalous office of Assistant Judge Ad vocate General in the Navy Department. The naval force which is already concentrated at 1 the island, and which has boen exclusively employed in sustaining Bacz against his own people, is thus to he increased, and more pub lic ruoney squandered to carry ont a selfish schcmo of specnlntlm. In tho Dine Point mining claims at Nevada, California, a blast of #3,000 pounds uf |?ow ,der was exploded December -i>. j Igwoblc Pcnlitrncr. It Wiia eant-stly hoped by tb> I111M of the ! people that Ml the openiug of Confess the President would introduce for the approval of our 8eu?fc>rs and Representatives a pro vision whereby m general amnesty should be promulgated, and throw off the present disa bilities that hang over a targe portion of the citizens of the Bouth, and restore to them their rights, enabling tbein to become mem bers of the Union ouce more, and thereby jus- ; tify the confidence of the world in our fitness aod ability to enjoy the freed fur of a republi can nation; to lay aside the political scourge that has been too long applied, and heal the | dissensions so preguant of iujnstness to those : of our citizens who have suffered since the j close of the late internecine quarrel. But the | President neglected or ignored -the general 1 wish altogether. He evidently omitted all al | lusious to the subjects in his aunual message, being somewhat irritated by the political com plexion of recent elections iu some of the States of the South. The President, since he gave his message, expresses himself us huviug omitted the subject of amnesty accidtnUUly, j and thut he intended to huve stated his views i freely upon the question. His not doing so is simply an outrage upon the people, the mass of whom ignore the continuance of the pains and penalties hitherto prescribed. It is well known thut eveu ut the close of the war. Grunt expressed himself that the soidiers and statesmen of the South were even then fit for immediate restoration to equal citizeuship, aud nothing was wanting to consummate re conciliation but their return to the vacant | places in Congress. Now, after the remorse less punishments for oflenses which he would have forgiven nt that early day, he has be come so entwined in the meshes of Uadicnl ism that he passes the subject silently by with cool indifference. With the progress of time, a light which should have sooner been ob served in tire political horizon will impress it self so vividly upon the perception of the vaunted Republicanism that has beclouded the vision of the people, that Radicalitai* w ill awake from its dreamy hopes and the free tloui bo long desired will be accorded by that element in onr political nffairs which wilt no longer brook the dictation of a party in whose breasts there linger* no forgivunnes*; and the affront which the people of the South have thus far borne will be removed, Gradually tlie fangs of the grasping foe are becoming relaxed, and every wave that surges across the expause of our country tells us in unmistak able tones that an era is approaching when citizens from all portions of onr laud will frown down enactments which unjustly refuse the olive branch of peace to those who have sufficiently suffered the penalty ol their indis cretion. A Chanok op Opinion.?The Missouri Dem ocrat, intensely Radical, says the Mountain Democrat, Cub, at one time was a great ad mirer of the html of the Government; (sit a change has come over it, much darker than a summer cloud, it now prays for deliverance from the "blundering inibecifity," who, un fortunately for the eountry, now inles over us, and the people mrrst Mifrmft nnf:1 an op portunity is offered to oust him through the peaceful agency of the ballot box, which cer tainly will he done if they have any regard for ? their own iuterests and u proper degree of self respect. Here is whutthu St. I.oai? Dem ocrat says of the Dutch Gap hero; "Johnson'* fnlty nn<1? the 4th of March. lWVO. a welcome day to the American people, bat Oram's hlunilerlns Imbecility, If perststo-l la mat'li longer, will convert the 4th of March, 1873, Into a at occaaion for National thaiikaitlviUK-" Tit* Amnkhtt Votk.?In nearly every State election held lust Full, says the Sacramento Reporter, tho people voted indirectly in favor of amnesty by voting for the party and can didates known to be in favor of tliut principle. In Missouri the subject was voted upon di rectly, and resulted as follows: On restoring the right of suffrage to "Confederates," was ?yes, 127,043; no, 1C,2G8; on restoring the right to hold office to "Confederates"?-yes, 123,118; no, 1^005; on Hlolishing the test oath for jurors?yes, 131,430; no, 10,730. Yet in face of these evidences of that popular will, Grant and liutler are doing all in their power to prevent the success of an amnesty measure. No such important victories as those of Georgia and Missouri have beei> won by the Democracy since 18(!0, says the Omnha Her ald, always excepting those which made New York the saving bulwark of the parly in flie more critical period of the war. They guar antee everv Southern State Democratic in 1872 I aavo, possibly, South Carolina. This ineatiH, ' to our mind, with judicious nominations, the certain election of a Democratic President. Thk neutral Powers propose a new pence basis, an follows: Frsnce to pay 1,200,000,000 francs, to raze two frontier fortresses, to cede Alsace, and acknowledge King William Em peror of Germany. The ncuttals to nsseut to the cession of Luxemburg to Germany, and to acknowledge the Prussian King as Empe ror. The hitch, as before, threatens to be the refusal of France to eetle any territory. How Tiiky Stand.?The State Register pub lishes the following summary of the political complexion of the Legislature convened at Carson: Senate-?10 Democrats, 1*2 Hepubli enns and one Independent; seats of two Re publicans, Drown and Moore, contested, fn the flonso: Democrats, 23; Republicans, 21; Independent, two. Wm. Oari*aih> has declined the Private ftee retaryship tendered him by Governor Dradloy. His private business is of such a character as to reqniro bin whole attention at the Dntte mine, at Battle Mountain. John Booth, a well-known and highly es teemed member of the printing fraternity, nnd long a resident of Virginia City and Gold Hdl, ; has been engaged on the Bilver State, in Unionville. Uortrasr't Mr??agc. The mynsagfi of Governor BltmJel was de| livered to the Legislature onTuesday. It i? ?ays the Curwoii lteglstrr, rather a K-nj:< try document, and is ?egurd?-d as u very a tits State paper, and the adoption ef the recoui- , uieudatious generally contained therein would prove salutary to the interests of the State. The total State debt is abowt is about $<>50, 000, of which about $150,000 is the Hunting debt, consisting of walruntsaud claims ;igniust . the State Prisou, Capitol ltuildiug and Gen etui Funds, oinl $50U.UUU of the bonded debt, , bearing iuterest at 15 per cent, per annum, | which will be due on the 1st of March. l?72. The amount on hand, exclusive of the boud* held by the Irreducible School Fund, is about $100,000. The amount of tbo Treasurer's defalcation is stated to be about $100,000; uud as the State assumed the Territorial indebtedness of $300, 000, and has expended about $150,000 for the Prison, Orphan's Home and Capitol, these with the amount on hand, shows that during the past six years the receipts have exceeded the ordinary public expe nditures. The first duty of the Legislature will be to provide for tLc payment of the $500,000 tmuded debt, due in a little over a year from this time. The Governor thinks this ean be done by the issuance uud sale of bonds for the suine amount, to run for ten years. The Governor thinks the State revenue can be increased marly $30,000 per nnuuui by unending the revenue law so as to include in the definition of "Keul Estate" lands held by grant of the Federal Government, which would cover railroad lands. He thinks the law should be amended so as to tax urea at their uctuul value wheu they first reach the surface?this value to he obtained by deduct ing from the gross yield the actual cost of transportation and reducing; the Assessor to fix the valuo quarterly. Ho rrcoinmeiids the ( severance of tho duties now imposed upon the Lieot. Governor as NVanlcii of the State Pr?a. 1 on. and that all Prison otbcers should be ap pointed by the Hoard of Prison Commission. | ers. He denounces in strong terms the act of , 1NW), providing for interest bearing warrants to Senators and Hepresentatives and employes in payment of their mileage and per diem, and says the Constitution provides for $? per day and no more. A State Hoard of Equalization is recom mended for the equalization of taxea in the various counties, lit one comity improved lnnd is taxed $20 per acre, and in another only $10. The railroad is taxed in Washoe county at $14,000 j?er mile, while in others it is valued at only $6,000. A new kind law is recommended by the Governor, requiring the immediate selection of all lands belonging to the State, classifying prices, and providing for the preservation of timber against trespass from the time of selec tion until sold by the State. The State School Fund has lost $110,000 by the defalcation of the late State Treasurer. Judgment has lieen oliiained against the Ixmds iiii 11, but when and what amount will be real ized is extremely problematical, lie recom mend* that the amount be placed in the fund from other funds, in uceordauee with the Con stitution, and that additional safeguards be thrown around the Treasury, making it felony for any person to louu ruoaey to Ike Treasurer for the (impose of being counted by the Hoard of Exauriuero. Iu the matter of the State's claims against the General Government for expcuiUtnres made by the lnte Territory of Nevada in pro viding extra pay for volunteers, the papers were laid Wtore the i'ommittee on Claims in the Si-mite, since when nothing boa been beard from them. '1 bey *m?nnt to tl'lft.MlT. Nothing has been done vMli the Humboldt county claims. The appeal of the gambling law is advocated and tlio enactment <4 a Sunday law, ulsivoUe to prevent bribery in elections. The prepayment of a poll tax as a prelimi nary requisite for voting is vigorously de nounced. TeleK$ a plile Summitry. The Tours Government estimate the entire number of the French troops to be 7ob,(NAl. Serious disturtinBces uru nppreliended at Madrid upon the arrival of the new King. Several battallions of the National Guard have refused to attend the review. The conference on the Eastern question lias been indefinitely postponed. The l'riisfliaiis threw shells into 1'aris, l.a Villette and liellevUle from Iktiiicy, at a ruuge of 7,0(10 yards, on the i!7tli ult. Hismarck says that Prussia refuses to meet the ^-preventatives of the French Government beennse It commissions officers whe have broken their paroto. Prince Frederick Charles is concentrating nt Orleans. Gen. Prim was wounded by a band of as sassins, who attacked the carriage in whirh he was riding, on the 28th of December, and it is now said that he has died from the effects of his wounds. He is said to buvo died ex pressing spprehotwioUH for the safety of the vonng King, 1 f; i. :_f- ? a i n. in t /? ? ? iiniiinii n iiiicinim mtj itriusn ' fovevninrni that under the law of nations Prussia hud n right to Kink the JtritisU sollier ships in the Seine, ffe, nevertheless, is willing to com pensate the damages, but not to Apologize. The Germane have of nil cnliber 1,.V10 guns mounted for the bombardment of 1'uris, though it is nncertnin when they will begin. Koport say* thut Kussiu in concentrating I large fsxlies of troops in the southwest, us if menacing tire Sultnn. Instruction* have been telegraphed to Cuit ndinn authorities to permit no further Seizures of vessels nu the contested fishing grounds. A commissioner has been appointed to pro ceed to Wsshington to settle all mutters con nected with the difficulty. A report comes from f'hirago that the Pres ident has tendered Horace (ireeley n position on the San Domingo Commission with the ob ject of securing tho influence of the Tribune in favor of nnnexutian. The commission is to investigate the netnal condition of the He. public financially and otherwise, and report thereon. In lire Slopreme C'onrt of New York (full 1 bench) it has bnen decided that Dnited Htates j bonds are not liable to Htntrr or local taxation, Minisler Washlmne thinks the surrender of Paris will not end tho war, but that tho j French will light as long as they have men and ' money. On? acrmint reports tho deaths in Paris at 2,700 firr week, with plenty of bread to last till February. oc. Pr.Rnos*i,.?W? received a visit, this week, 1 from 11. C. Htrret, late of tho Klko Independ ent, rrow of tire Carson Appeal. On the first day of .lanuary, 1M2, Mr. Street gave the first number of this paper to the world. Hinco that : time he has been npoti several papers, and has filled Important places, and he has always nc qtiitled himself with honor; and has every where won the good opinion of all w ith whom ho has been thrown in eohtset. There are few mpn en litis coast of mar? marked ability. Mr. Street's partner, Mr. Perkins, was elected Htute Printer of Nevada, and they twit have purchased the Carson Appeal, and will run it hereafter as a llrst-clasn daily. Wo wish him success in this and all other undertaking*. - j CMtuxt (' ''</, ) Shii, /tec. 2Vh. .Nevada I*< yfLe Fiftfc^cssiuu of tl# Nctfilu Legislature cu%\eued i%.the newjl'apitol Skidding at Cat* son, on TuAday. at 1'2 o'cKJCKM. The Sen**" at* ?u called V order bv Lieut. Governor StiugeflauJ. ?nn organized by'the electioirof Hon. I). L. Hastings, of Lvou county for Prrniiltut pro tern.} Chua. F. llickuell, of White Pine couuty. Secretary pro lem.; M. S. Thompson, of Humboldt couuty, Sergeaut-nt Arma; Frank Sperling, of Storey, Eugrew-siug Clerk; Chaplain, Rev. Mr. Allen, of Ortuaby. The Secretary appointed the following named gentlemen assistants ;F. ltutler. Assistant Sec retary; War. D. Maaon, Minute Clerk; N.J. SuTtera, Journal Clerk; S.rnil. A. Mathews, Copying Clerk. In the Assembly, Hon. Robert E. I,owery, of Storey, was chosen Speaker; Geo. W. Cns aidy, of White Vine, Chief Clerk?1?. Wearer, of Humboldt. Sergeawt-at-Avmw; H. P. Hurn haro. Assistant; T. W. JfeGorern, of Elko, Assistant Clerk;MiunteClerk. J. P. Curtis, of Storey; Engrossing Clerk, W. J. Smith, of White Pine; Journal Clerk, J. C. honey, of Oruisby; Chaplain, Rev. J. E. Hammond, of Ortnuby. In the House, the Dernocmtiw eauena nomi nees were elected throughout, with the excep tion of the candidate for Engrossing Clerk, who was defeated bv Smith, of White Pine, Re publican. In the Senate, temporary officer* were elected, the Republican candidates being generally successful. A lengthy debate occnrred on the subject of administering the oath of otlico to the Gov ernor aud Lieutenant Governor, it being con tended that the statutes made it neceasary that those officials should take the oath of office on the first Monday in January, in the presence of the Semite ami the Assembly, while othuis held that it should not be done until the 'Jth inst. Finally, in joint oouventiou, L. K. liradley ami Frank Denver, *?ni introduced, and the outh of office for Governor uud Lieu tenant Governor was administered to theui by Chief Justice- Lew is. Pbkaciiino.--There *111 b?? irrrifH -morrow in tli# Church, 11 n'dock, anil in the t-vtril&u at? o'clock. .. HOH.1. In C?r*in City, Janiury 'id. t*> the wlfr ??f lit? jirjr R. Mltfh?-lw, ? daughter. DIED, At iMxlc llantatlon, I*nrl*li of Laf. urche, I/mlM ana, on Wednesday. Nciti-mbrr Jtti, WtO. KV-r* Mat ?r Huuu|4?y. wife o? M- R Hlairtlcy. *u< \ :u } wars In <?aAlaiid, Cal? !*?<?*?*Ixtr *?. Cant F. Nourm-, wl/t orC? a. N<'ur?o, loputrly vf Ctrpoa Citj. a^e-d 39 year*. BATTLE OF NEW ORLEAN8! ANNIVERSARY BALL AT TilK KI.KV MOCsK. SA n. L. OABPNEB WOfT.n CJ6k*i>r<tfnlly *>U?it his frletwla and thr i*ubbc lr?atw ml aii Aunivoraarjr Hall, to be glvni lu c?u riven* ?ration af Mir HuttW ??l kvv Orleans, at thr at the Kftn llonee, in Clio, rm .Momlny Ni^rlit. ilau. IK 1H71. Iloen (iar, II Wirfln-r^ M. II. Hrott, and A. UoiiigMherttt r- Jal Magazine and Newspaper Depot i R. F. BROOKS, \\ uoi.t?.MXASi'? airrtn. Borov?ri.r.t:a .\xu \\ Station? ; )i#alef In Mu?t<.al ffifttrnfttvnU, !?*ry : Toyn. a??d faner Oh hIi <?V1?<?nlte tlm l*assrin,'. r l?rfv. t, two doora fro a* the LUn* House. IJJo?. Nevada MUS. AN N A H? Ii HOOKS, MILLINER AND DRESSMAKER. tv TJIK H.OIK III II.DMfl ,l7lf 05 g W 3 S ; ? ? K - U H H . 1 lo S n M 1 < o j y 55 ? y E I M A O ? H c i J ! 0 ? ^ n g 5 fc | ^ r/2 "3 ? ^ 2 5 * K r I 0S| S i a o I * 3 s c? I: [3 ? 3 ? ? * j } Z 1 a ! ! (i, M ? I ; ? O s ! 0 5 | M | 0 3 -a 1 $ M * - B &3 J M | / v< 2 ?c = O f * 5 . ? S s Foreclosure of Mechanic's Lien. NOTICF. IM HKRF.IIY OIVKN, thkl !!?<- iin.Wr?ltfni?1 havo commenced in action In Uw Ninth (Item* tofore V'.U vr fitli) Judlrtnl Plalrlct Court of Nrvuli, a?*ln-t fMinrW A Co., to forreloa* a Mfrhanlf'a Mun on * Ikmiiui and d"*rrlh< d ? ? follows. to w|t: f/da No*. XI nti<1 11 In Itlock :rj. loiiUiwrat inffii'r of Mlitli and Main atrccta, In Mountain City. Klho County, Ne vada. All petanna holding or < lalrulng 11* iui under the Art of fid- HtaV ?<<'nr!n? f.h-n* to tnrrhnfllr* and other*. on aald prefnlaea, are notified to He and appear In Mid Court tlio Ituli day of May, 1871, and to exhibit then and there the proof of aald In ns W. M. IIKNNKTT and HENRY K. lltyrpXEH, i. H. ljrrk*. Atfy for Fl'ffa. )a7 Mechanic's Lien Notice. \ftTI?'F, If HilKKHY filVI.N, TIIAT AV ACTION I to foreclose a Mechanic'* I,Ion haa l?o#li cmii fnrtirrd In the Idatriet Court of tun Klnvciith (Ninth (?tl and aftrf the 1st day of January, 18? I > Judicial hfatrVrt, fclko Cotinlt, Nevada, Hy flfta Kr< hu v<t A. ?I WaHli, on a r? rtaln lionar and lot situate In Monti* j tain City In aald County and Ht;?te, and d< *crlh? 4 aa l ot No. XI In Work No II, of aald town All | eipona j clait-ihic or holding lltna under tin Met hnnh ?'a l.l? u ! I.aw of tMa Htate against aald property are notified to 1 an,.aaT Its aald court ??n th* 'Jl*t day or Fabrtiary. A. I?. i iMl. and exhibit proof Ol the aald llm* Ja7 J. II. Il'l AH, ri'ffa' Atfy. I Ma. Delano, of EKiueralda, on Wednesday Gitrod?ed B rtioljjfcoH iu the Assembly aak Sk Oongrsaa to abrogate the Burliugame T1^ I?I? Tuk teat of Col. Moore in the Stuto Senate contested hy W. F. Dyer, has been referred to the Cetnuittee on Elections. Kkv. J. K. Cook will preach ? firewall ser mon to-morrow (Sunday) evening at 7 o'clock. As Katths r Cook preached Elko's first sermon, let every body turn out nud hear his Inst aer aion boibra leaving fer. California. W. C. Tavlkn, at the American Exchange, furnishes IhnIh with dean linen at the low price of '25 and 91) cents j>cr night r etegle meals at 37*1 cts., ami supper, lodging and breukfast for #1. O. M. Hanioi, fho Constable of Elko towg. ship, has a card in thia morning'* pnper. In connection with his office, he trill act as gen eral collector, etc. Business entrusted to his care will be promptly attended to. G. M. BANKS. OF ELKO, Constable of Elko Township, Nevada. 1)ARTICCUR ATTENTION 1'AID T) COU.EC TfON*. Alt SwtDfa ritowlet t? htm will lores with |>roiu|it attention. JaT W. C. BEACHEY, CKsARS ANI) TO 11A CCD f ! nwmoi'oi.rran huttx. elko, Nevada. i 1ST I FOE SALE. MFOK >?AT.r. TKV. BOaUAKI AND' r.rn>aiKt; Mta ai IIUI.N, known a* thw kUnrrwl 1UU lUsnuratit, now ?l?iu|| a good business. It wit) f sold rhi-s> rseti. For furthrr j artic ular* Ul'lUlre on the |irt mw?. or hy null ? n1.NU1AI. u 111. kfctflauian'T. * Mineral iltll. Nev. January ?. laTI. 1*7-lm j REST FOR THE WEARY I A me rTca 11' Excli uSgc Lofl jr i n ps 1 Two lima east ?f 1*. v'llun'r SWirr; C. W. T.iPrAN. Proprietor, Elko, Nrrada. Spring ftvsls, 2> ct* to .W. t* prr ui^ht. am! at !<-?? rates per week. ? ? ! K'aUitrani Meal Ticket* 9Tl? cIm eark; three ticket* for If. Supper, LodgJug am! Breakfast, |1 00. ja7 $150,000 GOLD COIN ! A Grand Gift Concert \\Mf.L liK OIVKN AT "HAMILTOX HALL.** IX >\ fill ASM VALLRY, Krvarfa (onnly, ('Nllfornla, On FIG11HITAItY Utind. IN7I. Hjr tb? fitV?uji llKMr.voi.Kirr Aw^nia-no*.'* I??r the Hem fit of th'* l"Wta of (iraa* Valley. 0? ntoxt Water ri|H ?. Ui the l uW.lU OryliMi A?y luui, and the Jp&re lKj?rtURUt< 100,000 TXCICUTa WilX IIRUOI.I). XT 1X--Z. ."Ml, EACH. L)orl?s' ttr Couwrt, U? ***** of Sir>o,ooo in gold COIN Wiu Ih' .liPiritirtnl to tfie Ticint m folio*,. I (iiii atOW.l Coin I CiM <4 fwiVI 11*11 flS.ian I flin nf Wit ?'"?! .. fln.iaat I (lilt of ifc.M l'<4n .. ? .. jyiaal I (till n( <1<1I<IC<1I11 1 ?iu nr <?i.i<? < i.iu ii,M I OKI of ii.,|.| Coin fi.iaal 10 <<ift? Coin. Jl.iwi ?<ih . f 1<? <?*? 1 lll:l <11 Hi.W 1 <>tn (MM I 1.Ill of llolil t.>la (in 1 (ill! .if Ui.M I'-hii I'1" 1 mri ?i Mold<???? |npi in mo* < <>in. !&.<?* I (lift of Ootil Cobl ??'?? 1 Ulft "I OoM Coin Uotf 3i) Citrtu <'"in.<if 1)00racb Wi Ulftti'iWn, fli?r?.h ?jn.<?i 4<in illft* (Mil. of fvi <ib. li Mo.iau) limdifta Com, <i( (4H?a< h (Iii.kii &15 Ulflo Coin, of I'll c?<fc |in,.mi 1578 PRIZES, AMOUNTiNG TO $150,000 The OIft? aAl tr iwinlml in a prertaeljr nlfnIUr manner a? At the r?uiftt Rt?m Iw flan fpiadwo hi aI?1 of the Mercantile Ulnar?. The drawing will l?e iio<lcr tlu? inana?? incnt of ('ONAWaY, lTealdeutof the Hoard of '1 rtirt??* of Ibo Town of Ora*M Vail'> . * 1* 1* >KS FY. Melw* It nut. ? \ HOofKR ? hlef Knalneer of Ui?i Fir. Department; ?ihI f'A I >tl< K ENOf.lSH. MAIITLN FoHD and MAN ? IKI? ml.I,l.\S, til Ix-hall of Iho Uri'Uan Aayluiu ot <?raea Valley. TKKAHt'lt Kit 1 Hank of Tims. Findloy I Co., ?H?M VAI.I.KV, CAI.ir<MINU, Wtlh whom *11 fnonnya will tw <|,|??<il(.-.l All ilia bnrnnuiita will b? mu'lc through Mill llauk. Iti kdilttlon l<> llin (1m?v<. out*. do' mm of TICK TIKM HAM) HO I.I, A KM Will bo ?iv*n In llio Town of <lrou Vtllojr. for tho c?p tinalon of tho Wtlrr I'lpm; TWO THul S(Nf> Tn h? nV*-n ?? ih<< Hi hon) rmnl; TWO TIIOI'HANl* HCU.ARH To tin* Or|ili?n A*ylnin, an ilnaM Vullrjr; Mill ONK THOIIdANO IhiI.I.AIIH Tn tho Klro llavaatiwiil. Tkkefaran l.e had by ap(.(? nig at lb" Office of the AMKcUtlnn, K?i hiiiRi' Hole' lltiHillritf, Main atrrrl, (IrMn Valtry. TWENTY I'KR CKNT. COM.MIHHImNP Will he el lowed In partita taking Qfly ticket* Cn*unl*ah>u paid In tlrki'la f"w a opaii antrf. that run otuzkh wii.i. BF PAIin.Y PRAWN, every rlll/en of flraaa Valley la hereby ea|M <'lall) rrfi-rrnl to. All Order* abotlld bo addrraaed lo O. O. KING, GV.NRRAt. lll'SINKSS MANA'iKR. OflW?Kit liango Hotel Building, Main Street, Ofaaa Valley. JOHN WHlliF.lt, Herniary. Una* Valley, Nevada, Jan. A, IA7I. JeMin NUR8E FOR THE SICK. Mlia. ?\ M. t'AMI>IIKI,l, *111 rerelv* order* lo NI'IIHKTIIK HICK, at her rraldnnce near the Hrltool Honer. itJI-lm n. IT. MA8KKI1L, TOWN SITE AOENT. LOTS FOR BALE OR LEA8E. AWT ONF M'YlNIl IHOt'FUTY In Railroad Town* abotihl he rarrfnl awl are UmI the IIAII.noAP TITI.R IIAH IIF.F.N HFrrilV.II. hfflw on Railroad Hlreei, lielween Vlflb and HI?*'? Htrerta. Klko, Toy., or addreea Hand. No*. J. H. O. BENNETT, ASSAYER, HI,HO, VKVAIIA. A HHAYH MAPF. I?V A 1.1, KIS'PH OF UllWJ. , \ I barge* teaa, nahl . OIBt fl tta.l of 'he (otiri lb'iter, dl7U