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VOU IV. so- 4I WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS. rrBUBHKD r.VKKY MOBNINO EK'BPT SUNDAY—BY FORBES & CO. w. J. fOBBKB. w. II. Pm-HFOBD. Terms of Bubacrlpf Ion. One ropy, one year, per mail.115 00 »ue ropy, six months, per mall. 10 00 One copy, three months, per mall. fl 00 a*- None for ward oil until paid for.'fcS Delivered at 50 cents i»er week, by the car rler—1<* whom payment must be made. JOB PKINTINOI The News Job Office is now supplied with an excellent stock of type, borders, presses, paper, <!inls, ami other material* ami facilities for gix»d Job printing. Additional materials am f riving, and wu ask tho attention of our .riends an*l the public to the fact that all job printing can be handsomely and expedi tiously done at this office. BY TELEGRAPH ! ;p*sui u n, wmu pin, star »m. eastern news. New Yoiik, July 13. The new Federal officer* qualify next week. The force at Brooklyn Navy Yard was lately increased by 1,400, and it is ex pected 1,000 more will be added during this month. The Orangemen celebrated the anni versary of the Battle of Boy lie to-day, by procession. Frank I). Todd, a porter, was robbed in the Central National Bank of $5,000, of which $3,500 was recovered. The steamer Ocean Queen, from As pinwall, has arrived. The Colorado left Panama July 1. The steamer Ecuador was destroyed at sea by explosion of her boiler. Several lives lost. The danger of war between Peru and Bolivia is averted. A Herald special from London, 12th, says the formal withdrawal of Prince Leopold has l**en telegraphed to Mad rid. His action is based solely on the ground that in consequence of the iu huIt which has been offered to the Spanish honor, the Cortes would be guided in their vote by a determination to uphold the independence of the Na tion, and therefore an election would not be a spontaneous expression for the Prince—without which ho would not !><• willing to ascend the throne. Prussia maintains the diguity of inaction, and yields not an inch to the French de mand. Thu British Government has addressed a circular note to its representatives abroad, defining its position in Spanish affairs. The note deprecates discour tesy to Spain, in concealing from a friendly power negotiations w ith a foreign province in connection with the Spanish throne—the threatening of France, whic h is calculated to obstruct explanations and an amicable settlement; and approves of Prussia's position, in the almenceof proof of her complicity iu the intrigue. While the election of Prince I^eopohl would Ik? destitute of political importance. Fug land will do all in her power to induce him to withdraw, in order to preserve the peace of Europe. Boston, July 13. A package of bonds, amounting to $40,000, was stolen from the office of Brewster, Sweet A Co., to-day. Cananpaioua (N. Y.), July 13. The trial of the Fenian, Oen. Starr, commenced to-day. Evidence not very strong, except four Canadian witnesses. Oue witness will l>e arrested on a charge of perjury. A Herald special from Paris says the excitement over the quarrel with Prus sia is treineudou*. < >u the Bourse, the Boulevards, in cafes, and clubs, heat* d discussions are going on, and personal encounters frequent. Ministerial agents are exciting the people against Prussia. They charge that the inangling of Count Beneditti's telegrams, and de tention of trains, yesterday, were Prussian tricks to gain time. Military activities una bated. A deet is under orders for the Baltic. It will be commanded by Admi ral Do la Graviuo. Gen. Douay is ready to march on Luxemburg w ith an army of 00,000 men. The Minister* of War, Marine, and Finance, had a po int t* d interview with the Emperor to-day. The opposition charge that the violent speech es of the Duke I>e Orainmont ami 011i» vier were made by express directions of the Emperor, who is not devoted to the interests of France. They also say the Emperor's motive is personal ambition, and ridicule the idea of a decrepit in valid leading an army with a child of 14 as aid. A Herald special from Berlin says the people are uuited in favor of the stand taken by the Government. Though stocks are declining, the filing is gene ral that peace will he preserved. There is a rumor afloat that Prince Leopold is about to address a letter to the Spanish Government declining the crown. It is said the letter reflects severely on the conduct oi Frauce, and the Prince de clines l>eeauso he is not willing to bo in strumental in involving Spain and Eu rope in war. WESTERN NEWS. Chicauo, July FI. "Washington specials nay there will lie «good deal of work left mitimsked by Congress, notwithstanding tho rapid progress made during tlm lust two days. There are on tho speaker's table in the House, nearly 100 hills, including the Southern Pacific Hail road hill. Tho Now York and Washington air line Hailroad bill, new Apportionment, and others of less importance, including a half dozen land grants to railroad and steamship schemes. There are on the Senate calendar over 50 more bills, in cluding that for the abolition of polvga- j my in Utah. FOREIGN NEWS. Pa bis, July 12. Kvouing journals publish tho following details of Prussian movements, receive <1 from Kras: The King of Prussia had several audi ences with llarou Moltle. The first Prussian corps d’armo re received orders to march to the fortresses on tho Rhino. Tho corps of Cassel Hanover and in Kibe Provinces are to be re-inforced im mediately by 70,(X)0 troops, to be on the line of the Rhine. An extract from a letter written by (teu. Prim, 8th, is also published. He : * I never supposed that France could ho so impressed in this matter, but JH'oiii can not, without shame, draw back.’ (t is reported that the Orleans princes Ter* Active In the Hohen-Zollern enndi ‘ Charleg and the Countess ° *‘Anders urged Hohen-Zollern to ac cept—the Countess acting under tho ad vice of Charles. - P- to.—If in reported tho question at issue between France and Prussia is nmi <*ah|y adjusted. JJourse active, ltciitcs, 70f. 55c. The news that the difficulty with Prns sia will probably be arranged is founded on the announcement that Prince Charles, father of Leopold, through Alazaga, has telegraphed Gen. Prim he should refuse the crown for his sou, even if elected by the Spanish people. Olllvier left the hall of the Corps Leg islate at 3 p. m. Had a conferenco with Grainmont and the Prussian Ambassador, and returned. The expected Government declaration was not made to-day, though all Anibass i adors were invited to attend. Durvorner submitted an interpolation j to the Government: What guarantee will now be demanded to prevent future im plications? An answer will be returned at the proper time. The panic on tlio Bourse to-day was caused by forced sales of speculators. The Paiisian journals have reports of immense movements of troops in Ger many. They represent the roads to the frontiers encumbered with men and horses. Even in Baden the military ac ! tivity is remarkable. Railway transpor tation is so arranged that 35,000 infantry and 5,000 cavalry reach the frontier in one day. Liberte says the report that a special envoy has l*?en sent to Russia is incor rect; but a messenger has gone to Vienna to propose an offensive and defensive al liance between Franco and Austria. The latter’s answer yet unknown. The same paper intimates that the King of Prussia would refuse, as chief of the house of Hohen-Zollem, his support to the candidature of Leopold; but as King of Prussia, he must give bis con sent Flohknck, July 12. In the Chamber of Deputies yesterday, Minister Vego, being questioned on the general situation of Europe on the Span ish question, and the relations of Italy thereto, said the Italiun Government co operated with tlio other Power* in the efforts to maintain peace, but declined to make further explanation. Was still hopeful, however, of a favorable result of the endeavors of the Powers. He con sidered tho discussion as to the occupa tion of Home nndcr present circumstances inopportune. London, .July P2. Tboro is a rumor current that Leopold has withdrawn his acceptance of the nomination to the Spanish throne. If the rumor is true there will be a rapid reaction in the stock market to-morrow. Source of tho rumor, however, undis covered; and it should be received with caution. There is no doubt Prussian troops are concentrating near Bad* n and Mayence. A Paris letter to Pall Mull Gazette nays many news dispatches from Paris to the* I'nited States are delayed or altered, because they contain details of prepara tions for war. It adds regimental bands are busy practicing the Marseillaise, and produces a statement of Ganlois that the Emperor's horses, alter training to accustom them to artillery fire, have been sent to the frontier. Gambetti in tends to speak in the Corps, demanding that Government insist upou the fulfil ment of the treaty of Prague. Arago will op|H>se him in the interest of peace. Fra vk fort. July 1*2. Bonds tinner. FROM CUBA. Havana, July 13. At n meeting of proiniuent slave holders, in the western section of Cnha, the Captain-General presiding, a com mittee whs appointed to report n plan tor the abolition of slavery throughout tho island. Dellodos ordered an election for deputies to the Spanish Cortes - ex pected to come <»ff Ix-fore the end of Au gust. The Cubans, in Carnaguay Dis trict, have returned to their allegiance, and are working the plantations, and have been furnished arms to protect themselves against roving bands of in insurgents. HHtsrrtlaitfous. am | M. EASE. T. E. WAND. JAMES Ht'VTEE. HUNTER, WAND & CO., Importers sml Wholesale Dealers In Wlnos and Liquors, Proprietor* of HUNTER'S CALIFORNIA WHEAT WHISKY. Also, Agents for 4«*s. H. I'm. he's celebrated Pennsylvania Rye Whisky, A07 slid 009 Front street, ne*r Jackson, jelO-tf Hull Francisco, Cal. WANTED! T.MFTKKN OR TWENTY EXPERIENCED _T hands, to SIIEAIT SXZBBF. Apply |o J R. WITHINGTON Jeiki-tf Or R. P. DAYTON. | DE NTISTRY. Second door above the Stone Saloon, Main Street, Hamilton. □ I AM FULLY PREPARED TO perform all operations in Umt ; Dental Art. Having been in continued practice since 1849, I fee! well assured at 1 will be able to satisfy nil who may require my services. JeM-tf F. C. NICHOLS. Dissolution Notice. fl’llE FILM OF HCRIDNEB, TAYI.OR h CO., .1 Real Estate broker*. U this doy dissolved. W. P. TAYLOR July 9, 1870. Jy1J.Uu THE GIANT POWDER CO., AFTKH HAVING KNLAHOKD ITH WOHKH. has resumed the manufacture of it* BLASTING POWDER. BANDMANW, NE1LSON k < 0., (ieneral Agents, 210 Front street, Hun Francisco, Cal. J MOTT. FISH CO., Local AgentN, JyM Ini Hamilton, Nevada. WAN TED. *-) AAA CnRfNS OF WOOD WANTED AT *Je\JU\r the Dayton and Manhattan Mi Ho— i to bo pine and mahogany. Apply to jyH * JOHN GRAY. SPECIAL NOTICE. ON AND AFTER JULY IS, 1870, THE j Agency of the Bank of California, and the Banking Popart men t of Weill, Fargo A Co., will j open at 0 a. m. and clone at 8 p. m. JOHN A. PAXTON. I Agent Bank of California HOMKK 8. KINO. Jyltf Agent Wella, Fargo A Co. j For Mining Recorder. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A8 A CAN- ! DIDATE for re-election to the office of Min- j lng Recorder of Uila Diatrict. L. P. TENNEY. ( Treaanre City. Nev., July 11. 1870. JylS-td j BABBITT METAL.--«fi ta], for aale cheap, at the office of The llallv vewa. ^roffstfional Cards. WM. W. BISHOP, Attorney and Counselor at Law, TBKA8URK CITY, NEVADA. WILL ATTEND TO PROFESSIONAL HI M in sh in all State and United State* Court* wlG-tf H MAYENBAUM, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, —.tun— DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Virginia street, nearly opposite Catholic Church. AUSTIN - - - NEVADA. Practice* In Bap re in* Conrt and all other Courts of thla Stall*. ae'2A-tf JOHN j7 MUS8ER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, 8HEBMANTOWN, NEVADA. Practice* in all the Court*. mR-tf R D. FERGUSON, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. OFFICE : Main Swat. Hamilton, aonth of W., F. * Oo/p. Practices in *M the Court* of the State. 7-tf F H. ft J M. KENNEDY, Attorneys at Law. OFFICE : At the Coint Honae, Hamilton, Ner. ALDRICH A WREN, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, HAMILTON, NEVADA. mh4-tf *. m. mxBom. j. piTzm. PITZElt & HILLH0U8E, Attorney* at Xmaw. Will practice in all the Court* of the State. Office in Wlthington’a Building, Hamilton. Je90 THOMAS P. HAWLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC HAMILTON, NEVADA. Office— With ingt on ‘a Building (upHtalrs). m79 1. r. I'itHTKJt. r. TILFORP. TILFORD A- FOSTER, Attorneys at Law. Office—Over Fensier k Co.'s store, Main street, Hamilton. maT-tf C. J. LAMSIKO, W. H. nAVKNPOKTt Treasure City k Hamilton. Enreka. LAMBING & DAVENPORT, Attorneys At Law, Treasure City, Hamilton and Eureka, )Q3i 3xrir\7-^v.xj^v.. t« W. P. r. WHlTtyo, JOS. K.lPHTALY, PAUL KKUMAKK. WHITING, MAPHTALY & NEUMANN, Attorneys snd Counselors nt Law. Paul Neumann, Notary Public. NO. 411 CALIFORNIA STREET, seD-tf Kan Francisco, California. •T. O. HARROW, Attorney at Law. (OPPOSITE GORDON k CO.) HAMILTON, NEVADA. m.zi-lf WILLIAM PARIA\ Searcher of Xecordi. •K. Complete abstracts of County Records kept. !/■ Agent Williams’ Salt Works. je9-tf W. W. HOBART, Notary PuDlle, COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS For California, snd UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER. Office in Ht. Nicholas Building, opposite Travis' stable. Main street, Hamilton. Jel2tf FRED. ELLIOTT. N o t a r y X* XX bile AMD REAL ESTATE AOKNT, Eureka, Lander Co., Nev. Agent for the McCoy Survey of the town of Eureka, which embraces the finest locations for private residences; also, splendid locations for furnaces, with a largo supply of water. Je24-tf CITY' SURVEYORS OFFICE. IS AT BULKLEY 4l MASON'S, COR. TREASURE AND SILVER STS., HAMILTON. E.SCHOPPMANN. ap'JT-tf City KniflneeP c. s. hulkucy, c. r.. r.. t., mason, r. r. BULKLEY A* MASON, SURVEYORS, nm AND MINING ENGIN EERS. AND DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEY , ORB OF WHtTK PINE COUNTY. | >AKTIClTLAft ATTENTION PAID TO BUR J VEYINO. Mnpplug, and reporting on Mim s Plan, Architectural and Mechanical Drawing | also executed. Terms rensonable. Offick; Corner of Treasure and Silver streets, Hamilton, Nevada. a'Jtl-tf CHILD & JONES, 4 OH Montgomery street, Nan Fran cisco, Cal., MEMBERS OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE. Orders, for the sale or purchase of stock, left witii W. C. CHILI), at Wells. Fargo A Co.'s of fice, Hamilton. aprtfi tf W. H. TAYLOR, M. D. Kilt side Dun it si., bet. Main «fc Mill, IIAMII.TON, NEV. JylS-tf DR. R. BELL, Physician and Snrgcon. OFFICE: On Duun street, near Main, llamil t"ii, Nev. ’ U ML D. L. DftAXfa OFFICE: Duun street, between Main and Treasure. Hamilton, Nev. Jcft-tf DR. S. A. MoMEANS, Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE : On Dunn stm t, between Main and Mill street*. Hamilton. niafi-tf DU. KMUUY L. WILLARD, Physician and Surgeon, Has i/x’atkh in hilvkr rprinor. will visit patient* in Treasure City siei Hamilton, and will attend promptly to all professional bust* ness entrusted to bis cam. jel-lf W. W. UIHHOI’, Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, TllEASl HE CITY, NEVADA. Ofllc©—Khialer's Building, opposite Croatuan’s Courtroom. JedO-tf BILLY DOUGHERTY, Tonaorial Artist, HAOKSON HOUSE MAIN BTKEET, HAMILTON, NEVADA. HAVINO MOVED HIS SHOP TO THE Jackson House, respectfully solicits a con* tinnance of patronage from his old friends and the public generally, at reduced rates. Hit a vi no.2ftc. IIAin CmiNo.«»c. SHAMpoCUNO.IHV. JeH-tf Ratoons, (*tr. R. LA/AHI>, Dealer In WINES, LIQUORS, 4c., Muiii street, Treasure City, N«r. )c22-tf ‘ OASIS!’ ' Oft In sandy deserts, per chance you flint A fertile spot for refreshing rest; So. please. Traveler, at the * Oasis ’ call. Re kind. If Beer, Wines. Cigars, and Gold Lunch you give test. Stand Inf ' Oasis ’ tries to suit at best.' SALOON! Of Switzerland a and Limberg’s finest cheese; Brunswick sansajrr and French sardelles; Russia’s caviar and Westphalia Rain, shall please. No sham; but the imported originals! Holland herrings, in salt, smoked or pickle. Pigs feet, also, pickled, and tongues of sheep. Even sardines and lobsters your palate may tickle, If them with fine liquors you wash or steep. OASTS SALOON, I). 3. KRAUSE, Jyll-lro* Next door above Stone Saloon. GRAND HOTEL BAR AND BILLIARD ROOMS, (Entrance on New Montgomery street,) San Francisco, Cal., PETF.R HOPKINS, PAUL MORONEY. Proprietors. jc2H-:)in B E L D I N G’S ! Corner of Main anil Dunn Streets, HAMILTON, REV. Doors unlocked during business hours, and OLD MAC always behind the counter. THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS, And MIXKD DRINKS, The market afford* or skill can pr» pare. CHOICE CIO ARB In the corner, anti a mat Private Room in the rear. je24-tf ENTERPRISE CELLAR. riHIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BEG LEAVE 1 to announce to hi* friend*, and the public at large, that he ha* opened tie above placp, where The Best of Lager Beer, Wine*, Liquor* uml are kept. LUNCHES—*uch a* Caviar, Westphalia Ham. Holland Herring*, Rwi** Cliecw, and other deli cacies too numerous to mention, are served at all hour*. Give me a call. CHARLES HTl'RsI, Immediately under Much * Restaurant, jt'2-Tlm Maiu street. ! A. BROWN, Dealer lu FINE WINE8 AND LIQUORS, Main Street, Treasure City. Jyl»-tr BUREAU SALOON, MAIN STREET. TREASURE CITY. PAT. H. LANKAN, I JAMES CLANCY, t t,,n*' Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors. ALL THE FAVORITE BRANDS .A* Jyi-tr Mm McClvsuey. Jons J. Monahan. ! M’CLUSKEY & MONAHAN, Old St. Nicholas Saloon, | DOI.MAN'S BI'II.D1XO Main St., Treasure City, Keep the iiest wines, ijqi obs. and Cigars, FOREICN and DOMESTIC, Oil A IN A Bit IN SAN fRANCISCD. jfiMr 8T. NICHOLAS SALOON, ST. JULIES WILDING. MAIN STREET.HAMILTON CIII'IIOEST BRAND Y. FINEST WHISKY. ' > champagne, and Caae Liquor*. All the favorite brand* of CIGARS; and every- | thing pertaining to a Firet-eloea Saloon. k^Call and see ALEC. FRANK WHEELER, ‘RED,’ WHOLESALE PEALER IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Main afreet. Iliiniilfoii, \ev. BOLE AGENT FOR THU. Crli-brnlrri i'ultpi' Wlilsky. SOLE AGENT TOR THE SAN BLAS CICARS. H/"Oood* delivered to all part* of the country. J.vT-tf STONE SALOON, E. T. ESTES .PROPRIETOR, Hamilton, While Pine, Nev. fpHE CHOICEST AND BEST SELECTED 1 Ktork of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars, Constantly on Uaud. jvT-tf JAB. SPBUAHCE. JOHN Wl’BUANCE. V. C. CHAPMAN. j. & J. SPRUANCE, successors to j. c. horam k lo., Importer* and Wholesale Dealer* in Wine*, nnd Iilquoro 413 Front afreet, jyll-tf SAN FRANCISCO. HEADQUARTERS SALOON, VANDERBILT & LEVAN, Proprietors, SlIERMANTOWN, XEVAD \ TIIE FINEST BHANDS OF Winos, Liquors and Cigars Constantly on hand, and the Best Billiard Ta- ' total in the Country. Call and sample Van’* Liquors ami judge for 1 yonrselvca. CHLORIDE SALOON, MAGOirPMcOORMICK, rropriftress. A FINK ASSORTMENT OF Zilquore and Oijar» COVSTANTI.V ON HAND. B^Muidc every Eveulug. Main at., Hamilton. Jyfi-tf WANTED! r AA TlT*8 0F bullion or ore, fob OvJvl Immediate shipment. Apply to McIETOSH k BARCLAY. Jytt-tf Jtanbfrs, gtssaym, fttr. THE BANKJF CALIFORNIA. CAPITAL, *0,000,000. WHITE r*I!VE. JOII!f A. PAXTON .AGENT. Hamilton Aubvot,.W. P. Willard, Ca«mk;i. rpHM AGENCY OF THE BANK OF X CALIFORNIA receives Deposits, re payable <»n demand, either on Open Account or on Certlflonte* of Deposit, payable (at the option of the holder) either at fh#* above Office or in 8sn Francisco. PURCHASE AND BRANT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK, BOSTON, VIRGINIA, PAX FRANCISCO. SACRAMENTO, GOLD HILL. AUSTIN, BELMONT. LONDON, DLHLTN And all prim pal place* in California LudeiUk*- Collection*, and pnrchaet- Bul lion at the moat favorable rat;*, nr advance thereon if oonelirued to the parent Hank In San Francisco. Alao, make advances on ba*e bullion. Legal Tenders Boug'lit and Sold While Pine. Xev., Feb. 7. 1h70. JyA-tf LIEBENAU & JANIN, Assaycrs and Metallurgists, S h o r m auto w n . •lirjj-lf T. M. LUTHER, A S S A Y E It , Shermantown, Nev. Jr-i-tr VAN W YCK «t C O. , J.uti- uf Virginia City and Gold Hill. ASSAYISnS, Main street, Hamilton, Jyl2tf [SucccBaora to Theal Ac Co.] P. M. EDER & CO., 23 A IV It TE R S , 33! lto, KTovacla. 1 EXCHANGE FOR SALK ON ATLANTIC j ami European cities. C7* Draft# on San Fraiu iaon, Sacra nun to, Austin. Hamilton and Treasure Ctty. XT' Pun base Btilllon, make* Collections, ami discount commercial pa]>er. Buy and sell Currency. jel-tf P. M. EDER & CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION. or I If'F.S: 4l:J Montgomery street.flan Francisco | Railroad Depot. .Elko ] At Reilly k Woodberry’s.Hamilton J 1 FORWARDING CHARGES. UNTIL FUR < THEB notice, OUT. DOI.T.AR I'ER TI N Office of Reachev. Wine* A Co.'a Fast Freight, j at FJko. For special contracts, see D A MEYENDORFF, Agent, Ilumllfoii. Contracts made for freight. Bullion received . and shipped, at the lowest mtes, either to San Francisco or New VaK Jy4-tf Agency for the Sale of QUICKSILVER FROM THE NEW ALMADEN MINES, —IS AT THE— Agency of Bank of Calllfornia, lyl-i Xlaiuilfoii. tf TO PROSPECTORS OF THIS AND OTTTSI PE DISTRICT H. With Increased machinery, wc are now prepared to work from 5 to 10 tuns of i re per I day, at prices as low as the larger mills. For Sal<’ —A general assortment t»f Assayers j T«*ols, Muffles, Crucibles, Chemicals, etc. BRADSHAW A Co., Assayern, Main street, Hamilton. oppoKite Red Wheeler’s. jcl8*lm TREASURE HILL S. M.&M. CO. IF ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE. VNI) until further notice, ORE WILL BE MILLED BIG SMOKY MILL A 1 dio 37EH tun. And payment made, prompt, nt our usual rate ' of percentage. BEN. 3d. BUSH. Agent. WM. McGARKILL, Sttp't. Hamilton, Nev., June 22, 1HT0. jci ’-tf TO THE PUBLIC! fn the Field Again. H VYING STARTKD V PHOTOGRAPHIC Gallon- which, for elegance and comfort, is j not excelled, I respectfully solicit from my old patrons and the public at iarge a share of their favor. Pictures of all braudits known to the art taken in the latest style. Satisfaction war ranted. Price* reasonable. Do n’t miss the place: Gallery opposite lied Frank Wheeler's, up stairs. Will touch the art to Lady or Gentle, man. je'27-tf HERMAN KRAUSE, Photographer. CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. Time Schedule, July II, 1870. | Express Paw'gerl EASTWARD. , Train . Sunday i Mixed* [Da ■ 1 y.jexecp d. Ban Tram i.-.eo. .l.ve 8:00 am 4.00PM TOO PM Oakland. " b:.M) “ ' 4:30 *• . Snn Jose. “ 8:85 44 I 8:25 •• . Ktockton. 44 12:07 I K 8:16 “ . Sacramento.Ar’v 1:50 44 10:00 “ 7:40 am Sacramento.L've 2:10 44 . 9.00 44 Marysvill •.Ar’vj I :H0 44 . 1:15 tm Chico. “ I 6:45 44 . 5-20 44 Colfax.71.*ffI j~7 '"4?D0 •• Reno. •• 1:15 AM °o 5:43 am Winnemucca_ “ 0:10 44 »S 10:15pm Battle Mountain, “ 1J;00 m ;3 | 3:50 am Carlin. “ 8:10 m >.S 10:00“ Elko. •• 4:40 44 ” - 12:80 PM Kt ltou. “ 1:30 am Qx I 7:43 am Ogden.Ar’v 6:00 4 • 58k) “ I Expr« ■ - ' j Pnsh’gerl WESTWARD. Train, Sunday) Mixed* |Da i l y.Jcxoep’d.j Ogden.L've 6:00 ran. GjOUpm Kelton. “ 10:42 44 . 1:30 am Elko. •• 8:45 AM . 7:15 l'M Carlin. 44 10:15 44 . 9:43 •* Battle Mountain, •' l:’Jf> pm . 88)0 04 Winnemucca. . “ 4:05 44 . 98)0“ Reno. 44 18k) am . 11 u» “ coif*,. " «4s •• .htcora Chico. «::») 4‘ .1108)6 AM Marysville. “ OdO ‘ . 2:30 pm Sacramento.Ar'v 11.25 *4 . 0:30 “ Sacramento.... .L've 11:45 4 4 7:00 am 7:30 “ Stockton. “ 1:40 pm 8:13 “ . San Jose.Ar'v 6:30 44 12:4.3 pm. Oakland. •• ; 5:30 44 12:10 “ . San Francisco... “ | 6:00 44 12:10" | 9;:m>am A. N. TOWNS, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN. G« u. Ag't. jyl-tf Caution. rpuis is TO GIVE NOTICE TO INNOCENT Jl p»«rti»s that wo hold a claim on what in known a* the Hodgin mine, Secret Canyon, La&ftet county, and intend to hold the same. C. A. HARRIS. I M ANDERSON. Hamilton. July 0. 1870. Jyl l-lm flry Woods, (ftr. The Spring Campaign has Opened! J. COHN & BROTHER Have Rallied their Foroea and are now 11ST TUB FIELD, rkadv for action. f Stem Winter frowns have paaaed away, 1 And beaut.ou# Spring return* onc« more, I With railluut Mullen ami colors gay, Proclaiming Wtnti r’« fashion* o'er. The akica aro bathed in deepd-r blue, The soaring clouds aro purer white, While weiuH re-created new A paradise for man's delight; lint the kindly garb that uaturc wean*. J Resplendent though it be, I- nut lutlf ao dazzling to the eye AB THK NEW SPRING STYLES Jnd received <at the MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM — OK — J. COHN &, BRO., Main Street, third door below Dunn, HAMILTON. NEV. OUR SPRING STOCK OF — CLOTHING IS OF THE NEWEST AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, AND UNEQUAL ID FOB EXTENT AND VARIETY ANYWHERE ON THE COAST. otrn pxiicEs A R R ASTONISHINCLY LOW! U'f have determined tw run A LIVELY OPPOSITION TO ALL CLOTHING NTOIIKN, And have made TREMEJfDOrS RF.PrfTIONS In onr price*. WE CHALLENGE COMPETITION, And l>l<ft Definnre to the World. | We offer rare inducement* to all In want of Clothing, PtirolNhlng Good-*. I'ii demen r, lloot** mid Shoes lint*. Trunks Vnllaea, etc. And proclaim, in accent*' *Hd, that iinmenw bargain* are to u- h*»<l at the CLOTHING KMPORI V M J. COHN & BROTHER, Who are the only clothing dealers not to he controlled. Don't forget the place: Main Street, third door below Dnnti. .1. COHN «fc BROTHER, je.'J-tl Hamilton. H. LKWT* a CO.. H. LERTK, Pioche ,EIy. Austin, Ncy. ii. i.r.wis a co., Hamilton. PER PACIFIC RAILROAD, DIRECT FROM NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. H. LEWIS & CO. □ MAIN STBEPT, 1 Inmilton, Nev. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, HWF JI ST RECEIVED THE LARGEST and BEST SELECTED STOCK —OF— SUMMER GOODS - ON THE— PACIFIC_COAST. Having perfected thkir arranoe- ! ME NTS with Eastern Houses, are now ! Importing thoir Goods from KTE W YORK, OIRIX'T, MKl offer to >*-11 tlu m CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST, Casslmer Suits, Dress Suits, Boots, Shoos, Hats, Caps, Blankets, Trunk3, Valises, Aim a Htiu-k of Gentlemen'. Furnishing Goods. Also, a well selected stock of LADIES’ FANCY DBY GOODS, Wit h will 1m* sold nt (’oat Price. Give us a call. ( S fUfltlfct. h Ift INL'-H. McINTOSH & BARCLAY, | CENERAL FREIGHTERS, Wholesale Dealers lu FLOUR AND CRAIN. Storage anil Commission Merchants, HAVING UNKQl'ALED FACILITIES FOR I the trauKiiort.-itiou of fn ight, we arc pre- j pared to contract SHIPMENTS OF ORE AND BASE BULLION FROM WHITE PINE, Through to Newark, N. J., or any other point l'aet, or to Sun Francisco, Cal. Will nlxo contract for the delivery of Gtiu-ral i Merchandise, cte., to any place North or South of the Railroad from Elko. Merchants and dealers supplied with Flour, Barley, Oats, Ilran, etc., at California prior*— ImiiMportatioh addt tl. Good* received on storage. Cash ndvunccd on consignment*. Merrhamliw sold on commission. NEVADA WAREHOUSE, Jelt-tf Hamilton, Nev. k. r. root. n. nin.KT. ROOT & BAILEY, SrOCESSORS TO P. J. WHITE h CO., Wholesale Dealer* in Groceries and Provisions, marliMf 4l‘J Front street. Fen Francisco. *tteat Markets. PIONEER MARKET OF HAMILTON, CHAS. KARBSTEIN, Proprietor, Nnln atrevt, Onpoait* H«l Wh»»l«r'a. 17IINENT OVALITY OF BEEF, PORK ami MirTTON, content jr on baud. Abo, Sausage, Head Cheese, Bologna, etc., At Reasonable Prices! Rendered Tallow, for milling use. Fresh Leaf Lanl. Best quality Pickled Pork, put up by myaelf. Jy$-tf CHAM. KARB8TEIN. " OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY! PEOPLE’S MARKET! O’NKIL A MARTIN.Proprtelors. JOHN O'NI.IL.Kl>. MARI IS. □ THE CHOICEST loef, Veal, Pork, Mutton, etc., Constantly on hand, and for pale, at Wholesale or Retail, AT AS LOW A PRICE a* at any c.r the Combination Market*. All desertptioits of Satisnge, Head Chpese, etc., constantly on hand. Meats delivered In auy part of the County, without extra charge. Rendered Tallow, for Mill aud Mining pur poses. Patronize the PEOPLE'S MARKET, and you Will keep the price of beef at reasonable figures. jyio-*r OPPOSITION IS THE LIFE OF TRADE. BRANCH OF PEOPLE’S MARKET. O’NEIL M ARTIN, OF THE People’s Murket, Hamilton, beg leavu to announce to the citizens Treasure Ctty. that they have cstati llHhed a BRANCH MARKET, on Main street, AAioinim Treasure City Drug Store, Where tie y int» nd to keep on hand, at all times, the BEST MEATS afforded by any murket in White Pine, and at prices which will put to Hhaine tlie old monopoly prices heretofore charged in Treasure City. ( (>ive us a call and you will find BETTER BEEF, aud at LOWER PRICES, than ever before offered on the Hill. O'NEIL .V MARTIN. Je21 Opposition Market, Treasure (ity. CITY MARKET, Well., Fargo * -»—rio.'aOfflci-, Hamilton, Nevada. rnKRK THF. UERT MEATS OF AM. kinds are to be had fit all times • cut in superior style to any market in the city. Also— SAUSAGES, of the liest quality, made in the best style of the art. The proprietor begs leave to inform the citi zens of Hamilton, and the public generally, that he lias no interest in the much talked-of mo nopoly—if there ever was such a thing—but Is here to sell meats of the best quality to the pnlw lic at the most r« asonable rates. jelH-lm JOE BOOS, Proprietor. Applications for Patent. Application for Patent. NOTICE NO. n. IUcuirWE»*%Ororo, I AiT*Tn*, Nev da, ** fill 9Ml IMD. \ 'VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE IN Mukwnnago Mining Company has thin •lay filed in this office a diagram, together with a notice of Application for Patent from the United States, under Act of Cougress approved July 26th. lflBfi, for Eight Hundred feet of the Golden Iaode, known as the Mukwonagn Mining Company's claim, situated in the white Pine .Wining District, White Pine County. Nevada, and more particularly describe*! as follows: Be ginning at a point whence the southeast comer of the survey made for tho Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, on tho Aurora Lode bears S. 11 '$ degrees W.iMlO feet, thence running N. 11 H degrees E. 800 feet: thence H. 7H}$ de grees E. 8«H) feet; thence 8. 11}$ degrees W. 300 feet, and thence N. 78*$ degrees W. 800 feet to tho place of Imginning, and containing Five Acres and fifty-one one-hundredths of an Acre (."•51-100 acres) of I-and, embracing said lode, and one hundred feet on each side thereof. Said claim N honnded on the west by the Aurora Con solidated Silver Mining Compauy, Aurora Lode. GEORGE T. TERRY, nia3-90d* Register. Application for Paten*. NOTICE NO. 10. Register's Office, i Austin, Nevada, April 28, 1870. \ VOWF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE i.1 Mukwonago Mining Company has this day filed in this office a diagram, together with a notice of Application for Patent from the United Stub s, under Act of Congress approved July 26th. 1860. for Eight Hundred Feet of the Mount Vernon Lode, known as the Mukwonagn Mining Company’s claim, situated in the White Pirn Mining District, White Pine County, Nevada, and more purti. nlarly described as follows: lie ginning at the southeast corner of the survey made for the Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, on tho Aurora I .ode, the same being the northeast corner of the survey made for Un South Aurora Silver Mining Company, theme running N. 11}* degrees K. 800 feet; thence S. 78s.. degrees E. 800 feet; thence S. 11}$ degree* W. 300 feet, and thence N. 78»$ degrees W. nm> feet to the place of beginning, and containing Five Acre** and fifty-one >m hundredth-; of an Acre (5 61-100 acres) of Land, embracing said lode, and one hundred feet on each side thereof. Said claim is bounded on tho west by the Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Companv. Aurora T<«de GEORGE T. TERRY, ma3-90d* Register. U. S. Patents for Mines! F. TACLIABUE, CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Office ut the Mining Recorder's, Main Street, Treasure City. J)ARTIES WISHING PATENTS FOR MINKS in White Pine County, can procure the same at the shortest notice, and on the most reas<'lia ble terms,by applying as above. Orders left with Col. Hnbin, in the Mining Recorder’s office, nt Treasure City, or at The White Pine News office iu Hamilton, will receive prompt attention. ap2rt-tf KOPP & COHEN, Opposite St. Nicholas Saloon, MAIN STREET, HAMILTON, nAYINi. REMOVED TO THE ABOVE named place, are now prepared to furnish their customer* with the BEST SHAVE, HAIR CUTTING, AND SHAMPOONING. To be had in the State. AT REDUCED PRICES. 1‘artien Vi Kiting tin will And thin the neatest Emporium of the kind in the city, and no pain* will be spared to give satisfaction. Je*J4-ti FRANK CASTAGNETTO, (Successor to Gastagnetto A Borhou.) Preparer of coffee by steam. corner of Treasure and Dunn streets, Ham ilton. Chartrjch, Java, Costa Rica, and all kinds of Coffees, ground and prepared for the table at his steam mill. He guarantee*, his Coffee to be the very purest and best offered for sal* in the State of Nevada. Jy7-tf IMPROVED AMERICAN FAN. ri'HK t’NDERSIONED OFFERS FOR SALK _L an improved Fan fur Smelting Furnaces or for forcing air into mines, etc., which far *ur passes anything now in use for quantity of blast, ami is equal m force to the celebrated Stofeft ldt Fan. It is durable, and easily set up by am ordinary man; and os the motion is only from TOO to 800 revolutions jier minute, for au ordi nary blast, it takes ro more power than those imported. Prior, I1M> With patent oiler. 91.11 to #138. Apply to (’HAS. LAMPMAN. Russell k Co.’s Lumls r Yard, Hamiltou, Nev. jyll-tf (1ALIFORNIA CLARET.—A LARGE STOCK j for sale in qiiautitles to suit. FORUM k OO.. Main atreet.