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WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS.
Friday. July 1*70. Soral JjntfUiflrnrr. HTOTKHOliOliRN niHWTOKV. <*n I'npn l> on WHIT* fink rrcxiiB. .Vitme of Mint, j teoiod.\ Prr Shr\Salt. kvmi’ii Sur.Nol Apr...4 oa Aug. l|Au*.24 ESliuT... Jo" •> .!» July 14 Aim. « liatheraton. ... • Juu. 14 .5W July *» Aug 11 potfouip rut... Juu. is •«* July *JJ au« JJ Mammoth. lUy 46 ,‘J» July l|July 42 J25?AOudooI. Jnn.40 .10 July 25 Aug. IB Aurora Oonooli’d July 7| « 00 Aug. 10|lUpt. 1 MEETINGS. KiiilMK* Oooooltdotcd, July 23, 1070, at 14 »n., at ilO Battery ntreet, Son FrancUco. (ryctallftlntf Arg*«tlfero«s Lem*. We yesterday gave a description of the 1’attinson process of separating lead from argentiferous bullion. That pro ems has long been in use in works at Sewcaatle-upon-Tyna, England, aud is perhaps the simplest and most inexpen Hive one in use. There is, however, a French method of cry stalizatiou, in vogue in works in France, which is con sidered by some an improvement on the other. Instead of using a system of iron pots, and removing the crystals by hand, or with the aid of crahaa, a pro eeRS has been introduced by which man ual labor ia nearly altogether dispensed with. It consists of two kettles-the metal and the crystali/.ing. The melting pot, on the side next the crystalUer, lias a discharge pipe, and the erystalising vessel consists of an ordinary cast irm put provided with a vertical stirrer. This pot has, at opposite sides of the bottom, two discharge pipes fitted with slide valves, and each is heated by a small separate fire to prevent obstruction by the cooling metal. Beneath each of these pipes is placed a vessel for the re ception of the liquid alloy, which drains through on opening the valves. The stirring apparatus consists of two verti cal shafts, working in the center of the pot—one solid, the other a tube and en closing the former. The two shafts re volve in contrary directions. To the lower end of each is connected au iron stirrer, provided with knives which al most touch the sides of the pot, and pre vent incrustation of lead. The object of this stirrer is to promote throughout the mass of molten metal the uniform temperature necessary for its crystaliz-a tion, and at the same time to so com press the crystals formed as to force them to readily separate from the liquid alloy. The pots are heated by a suitable fire place. and altove those into which the liquid alloy is run is a crane by which the enriched lead is lifted out by means of iron eyes cast into the metal mid brought back to the melting pot for the purpose of being further enriched. To use this apparatus successfully, such a quantity of original lead must be melted as corresponds to the capacity of the ervs tali/iug pot, and as soon as it is fused it is run iuto it, and the operation of stir ring commences The formation of crystnls is effected by lowering the tem perature in the usual way, and as soon as a sufficient amount has been formed, the lateral valves are opened and the en riched alloy is run into the receiving )K>ts. Lead, of tho same richness in sil ver as the crystals remaining in the orys talizer. is now melted in the melting pot in sufficient quantity to make up, with them, another charge; and this is tapped in upon the crystals, the mixture again erystalized and a certain quantity of liquid alloy obtained am before. These operations are repeated until a concentrated rich alloy, ready for cnpellation, is produced on the one baud, and, on the other, desilverized crystals, which, after being run into molds, Are ready for market. We art not aware whether this process ia found more economical than tne ordinary one in which the cryatals are removed by means of perforated ladles and crauea. It in volves, however, an engine to work the agitators and secure an equable tempera ture for the purpose of cryalaliring the lead. There ia also, we understand, a German process, which differs somewhat in detail from the English and French; but they all involve the same material principle, and that is the crystalization of the lead, and its gradual withdrawal from the liquid alloy, until the latter baa l*een so far purified as to be reudy for cupellatiou. We have said that the max imum amount of silver contniued in a tnu of the enriched alloy is $000. Wheu this degree of richness is reached the lead refuses to crystalize further. Now, the advantage of having this rich alloy separated from the lead, is that we have lirought our metal to a shape that we can turn it into money by a process which is established, and admits of no question. The point of cnpellation would la* at tained within ourselves, and we would save the cost of transportation, tu« in terest charged against us, the profits realized by purchasers abroad, and the delay iu receiving returns, which now seems to amount to a delay calculated to destroy every enterprise connected with the development and prosperity of our base metal mining interest. We look for the bringing out of nome important facts in connection with the ml vantages to ac crue from separating works established here, at the meeting to-morrow ni^ht. at City Hall. We shal 1 recur to this itn 1 ><>rtant subject. A <*001> ThIKO ON l’feiMlJCV. Ml. 1>. W. l’erley, m gentleman learned iu the law, and presumed to have every State statute and city ordinance at the end of his tongue, fell into a legal * corner ' yes terday at Sheruiautown. He war mount ed on a spirited charger, and riding through the Main street, when a sudden ruin storm came down. In order to se cure temporary shelter from the weather, lie rode liis horse on the wide walk, and nought refuge from the fall of water un der an hospitable awning. The consta bles of Shermautowu were evidently on the </ui vive for something to turn up, and such an opportunity to make a piece out of a Hamilton capitalist was not to W overlooked. They pounced on the j attorney like a fly-nipper on a June-hug. j and in lesa time than it takes bar-room poiaou to operate, had the offending j worshipper at the shrine of Astra* before ' Squire Hwasey for violation of ordinance j No. 27,80(1, prohibiting equestrians from j making a public road of the city side- j vvalkH. Wa have not learned whether Mr. Parley was mulcted in a fine of ex emplary magnitude, but from the fact that no appeal has yet been taken, aud also from the ciroumstauce that he bad IKicket-inoney enough left to do the amiable to the crowd immediately after wards, we conclude that Judge Hwasey exercised a Hound judicial discretion, and thus saved Hhennautown from a tedious and costly appeal case, which might have gone into the books alongside of Jsmdyoe vs. Jarndyce. IjOt T iris picks.—A couple of weeks whiee, a party of man iu Eureka con ‘•hided that Major Met Joy hail more than I hi* share of towu lots, so they jumped about ten of them, and refused to reoog m*e the Major’s title as being as good as their possession. A suit was instituted in the Justice’s Court to oust the iuter loper*; and a couple of days ninoe the Deputy Sheriff placed the Major in pos session again, without resistance. He has now got bts town property so thor oughly staked off that jumpers can not even set np the plea of undefined lmund anes. Heavy Mintxo Tranmaitiox, bi t not Consummated. -We have the tacts of n mining transaction, which has been un der way for midi * time, and which came to a very ridiculous termination yester day. A party here, who has tlu* sidling of a good mine, upon which over a thou sand dollars in work has been done, a fine ledge laid Imre, and between two and three thousand dollars' worth of ore displayed on the dump, has for some time l»een in correspondence with Illi nois capitalists desirous of making hu investment. Some time since, one of their number was dispatched here to ex amine the mine and close up negotia tions. On his arrival, he procured an expert to make a report on the property. The report was favorable, and was sent to Illinois. The agent assured the miner that the money would he ready in lmnk when he received instructions from his co-operators in answer to the report. Iu the meantime the miner wore all his old boots out, taking the capitalist around the country ami showing him our maguificent future. All the loose change he could raise was dealt out with a lib eral baud in treating his purchasing guest with handsome but unostenta tious hospitality. Scarcely a day passed in which the mine waa not visited and carefully inspected and re-inspected. At last, on Tuesday, the parties East were reported to have come to a satisfactory conclusion: and on Wednesday the money for the purchase was announced to have lieeu deposited ill the hank. Yesterday morning, bright and early, the concluding visit was' made to the mine. On arriving at the dump, the capitalist again made a olose examina tion of the property; and then, for the first time, the question of price came tip. The miner had fixed tijion $15,000 in his own mind; but what was his disgust and astonishment when the capitalist, after telling him that he was fully satisfied the mine was a good one, and agreed in every respect with the representations, turned abruptly to him and made the magnificent offer of $200 for the prop erty! Thia frozeu proposition fell upon the* miner like a stroke of bifurcated lightning, and an filled him with indig nation that be could- not apeak. Here, he had apent a thousand dollars in lalsir; and nad piled up a damp of mag nificent rock; had <lanced attendance for several weeks on the ‘capitalist;' had, as bis friends piqnnutlv say, worn his last pair of hoots out clear up to the legs; had l»ecome glossy iu attire, and bank rupt in small change; had raised the highest expectations in the breasts of his impecunious acquaintances: had written to real estate Agents in San Francisco to reserve a laige amount of first-class prop erty for him to iuvest in—hod done all this, and for what? To receive the stu pendous offer of $200 for a mine which he considered he was sacrificing at $15,000! The capitalist interpreted his look of sur prise and indignation as one of doubt us to his financial capacity to consummate the purchase, and assured him that all they hud to do was to go to the bank where hia check would be honored for that amount! The miner swenrs he saw bis capitalist Afterwards invest the fabu lous amount of two bits for a regal meal, consisting of tw'o plates of soup, and leaving not a trace of bread on the table to mark the spot where he had been so desperately extravagant. Hkavy Rains.-Parties who arrived here from the Diamond Range, say that the rain yesterday morning was the heaviest ever known in that region. The gulches and streams draining the range swollen above their Imuks, and rushed in torrents down the mountain gorges. The flat At the debouchure of Pinto Creek was all overflowed, and in some places the water was knee deep. Wood ruff A Ennor’s stage gut the benefit of the storm; but came through in good season, notwithstanding the rain uud other drawbacks. The settlers from Pinto to Pancake say that no Hindi fall of rain has lieen witnessed there in their memory. Os Timk. Yesterday Reachey, Wines A Co.’s coach arrived exactly at 12 m., the time advertised under the new ar rangement. Those who received letters had two hours in which to answer them. The present hours of arrival and de parture will prove a great Accommoda tion to business men, as they make the difference of one day in favor of epis tolary com tn u mention. Horse Talk. - Those irrepressible youth*, Travis, Wilson A- Co., hsve a HAuey notify in to-dav's News, about the Htipjmsed speed of that rare hit of horse flesh, ‘ Chamber of Commerce.' The boys have money, and they give it a chance, always, on every conceivable proposition. Central ('oumittxk Mkktiml —The ltepubliran County Central Committee will hold an adjourned meeting, at the St. Nicholas Club-room, to-morrow, at 1 o’clock p. in. Matters of party import ance will couie up, and a full attendance is therefore desired. Hatch A Kiplinokr have now tilted for an active business iu staging. They have a double line of stock on their road to Silver 1’iirk and Ely, and make regular trips and fast time leaving llnmilton every Tuesday and Saturday. Letters addressed ns follows, are held at the poatofltoe in this city for postage: Mrs. Anna A. Cnrll, Edwin Burnham, Fret/ Sterk. irttisrrUancous. DR. S. A. McMEANS* SYSTEM OF PRACTICE IN RHEUMATIC CASES, BASED t l*ON PATHOLOGICAL IXYKNTIGATIOXN. • a. For sale by (L K. ALEXANDER. Druggist. Main afreet. Hamilton. jr'iS-tf RAILROAD TO HAMILTON! IMEViklDA. HOTHLi! I^OR THE BEST AND CHEAPEST BOARD in Hamilton. go to tin- Nevada Hotel. Hoard. 17 per weak. jettLlm A. J. HOUCHTALINC & CO. Onnn mIreel, Mufm Mill mol Main, HAMILTON, NEVADA. Carpenter, Joiner, Jobber, —— 4*0 OOTATTBiLOTOn. at All work executed with NEATNESS nn<t DISPATCH, and N A TIN FACTION GIVKX In all branehea of the bu-inea*. A. J. Hoi tamso. W. H. CUavr.n. iuaM4f NOTICE. Orncx OoCRTT SravKYOR. I Hamilton. Feb. W. 1H70. I NWKSTCOATT. e. L. M ASON and COL. , C. S. BULKI.EY an- the only Deputy County Surveyor* of White Pine county. The appointments of all others have been this day revoked. All account* due the office will be paid to the above deputies. n. M. WILHON, Jell-tf Oo. Hurvevor White Piae Co.. Rev. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT JOHN A. PAX. TON, Esq., Agent of the Bank of California, hold* my power of attorney and ia authariaed to collect *11 debt* due mb In White Dine County. Persons owing the house of CUAR1>KS KOHN, Treasure City, are notified to make Immediate settlement, or legal proceodingH will be com mem-Ml to obtain all claims. CHA*. KOHN. Treaanre Pity. March Id. 1M7». aprls if Arrivals find l)fpi*rUire» ARRIVAL* iiv woodruff a knwor’s unit. •I M Bohuiinaii A Dalton * W Jind* Win II Kimor C Jobel M K(*rt*«*n P 1’ Cunning- M Brewer Mm William* ham S C .mn T Trnrer M MrCaim K Tepi P A M.Milbr ' J 4 Wilson Wm Peter* L M tang ! it i) Perkiiih D It Barry Homer Holland j it J Junes s I Wilson H I* M. N. vIn j W J Be van E W Rlaade] BY BKACHKY, WINKS A CO.'s LINK W U Boot C HUttnberg J A Mattln-aun C-apt Rawlings Mr Cobant BY HATCH ti KIPLINUF.R's KLY LINK. ' S b Ferguson Miss R Sharp Ed Ren sou j Jas Bradshaw John Kfant<*n DEPARTURES. by woodruff a ennob* link. 4 I) Uigelow M N Davidson K (Reason Wm Burnett H Smith Wm Olitey N Milage Ornefo Marauo Mrs l»a\ in Mrs Johnson Miss N Thompson BY HKA< HKY. WINES A CO.'S LINK. Mrs Cleaveland Mrs J Wagner J J Halpin II D HarriM.it Catiiarine ('lark C Newts.Id Annls Powell H <1 Edward BY TRAVIS. WILSON k Y’O.'s PIOCHE LINE. Ham Light Jerry Lehigh Clias Williams Dan Rogers John McCann Wm Douglass Alfred Brown A boy fliAHT Powder has stood the tent of three yeurs trial. It is the most power ful explosive known, and at the same time entirely safe for common use. It is not in any way daugerouu, handled with half the care of ordinary powder, and gives ten times the crushing force for the money. Mott, Fish Ar Co. are the agents in White Pine. The Only Fresh Shell Oysters in Hamilton, are to lie found at Byrne's old stand, in Perry's Saloon, Main st. Also, Pigs Feet, Sheeps Tongues, and everything else that's good to eat. Fresh oysters by every Express. Bullion Foie warded.—Wells, Fargo A Co. forwarded yesterday the following tino bullion: To Sau Francisco, 5 bars, *4,130.2H; to Seligniau A' Co., New York, 2 liars, *3,431.22. Co to C. R. Alexander’s for your drugs. foT-tf WisrrUanrous. AUBURN MILLS, HE3NTO, 3VTEVADA. THE NEVADA LAND II MINING COMPANY, (MM 1 'I ED,) WILL PURCHASE SILVER ORES, IN ANY QUANTITY. AT THE FOLLOWING 1 NET rates On On # Assaying per tun $40, 25 per cent. *f Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $50, .'tO per rent. of Assay Value. • on Ores Assaying per tun $60, :i7 per rent, of Assay Value. ; «»n Orea Assaying js-r tun $70, 40 per c"iit. of Assay Value. ; On Orea Assaying per tun $ho, 43 per cent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying i*-r tun MO, 43 per cent, of Assay Value. On On-* Assaying j* r tun $100, 50 per cent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying i*-r tun $125. 56 per cent, of Assay Value. • >n Ores Assaying per tun $150, 00 per cent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tnn 1175, 63 percent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying i*-r tun $200, 65 percent, of Assay Value. On tin s Assaying per tun #256, CM per rent, of Assay Value. <ln Orea Assaying per tnn #275. 70 per rent, of Assay Value (In Orea Assaying per tun $303, 72 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnn $350, 74 per cent of Assay Value. tin tin s Assaying per tim $46u. 77 percent, of Asaay Value. On Ores Assaying jk r tnn $600, 7H per rent, of Assay Value. On Orea Aaaayiug per tun #«no, 70 percent, of Assay Value. On Ore* Assaying jn-r tnn $700, 81 per rent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying i»er tun $800, H2 per cent, of Aaaay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #000. 83 per cent, of Assay Valt*. On Ores Assaying per tun $1,000. H* per cent, of Assay Value. No charge for mill tug. sampling, or sasay*. Gold, upwards of $2o and not exceeding $100 I>er tun, contained In silver ores, will lie paid for at above rate*. Assays gun inn toed to correspond with tlie J’. s. Mint. Ore Harks returned t«» shipjierw free of rail road charge* Ores sampled l»y Battery or Crusher, at option of shipper. J. J. IH XXK. Mnlinger. Reno, Nev., June 1, 1870. jy7-tf FAST FREIGHT. '■'HE FAST FREIGHT LIKE OF W. L. I PRITCHARD in in full blunt, mil miming on 0 6- 11 O V u S T I M K FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON! AND IS PREPARED TO TAKF. ANY AMOUNT OF FREIGHT FROM Elko to White Pine! M \ It K GOODS CARE PRITCHARD FAST FREIGHT. All goodn tint* marked will codip FRF.F OF ' POHWADDISO 1 11 UtllF.H AT Kl.KO AMT.I, SHIP nuijijTorj, onE, Or nny other kiml of Freight, From HAMILTON to ELKO, OH CONTRACT To DELIVER ORE, BULLION, ETC., Ill San Francisco or New York. OFFICE: In Cross’ Fire-proof Warehouso, Hamilton ntreot, Hamilton, Nev. I*. A. HOMMEN, GEO. COWLES, Agent, Elko. Agent, Hamilton. \V. I* PHITCHtKD, je-411 Proprietor. JOSIAH HOSMER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wludenuie and Retail dealer in Flour, Qraiu, Provisions, BUTTER, ECCS, AC., AC. PlOrn CITY, Kl> Dlafrlrl. N*v. Fire-Proof Warehouse Attached. Goods Btorod — os — SOLD ON COMMISSION. Bent of Refereucfl Oivtm. j.ir.l.l Rartltmr, <#tc.' PIONBBH BOILER WORKS! >1 A M I LTD \ — WH1TIC PINK. All kinds or boilers. wnornirr iron Tauka. Water Pipe, Door* and Shutters, Gasometers, Blaat Furnaces, Tewer Iron I-adle*. I All kintl* of Hheetiron Work awl Mis liine Black | smithing. etc. Repairing promptly attended to. at the lowest possible terniK. J. V. IiALL, iTHeiical Boiler Maker. Proprietor. jeW-tf J. M. l.AKRMAN. Job. tlonnani). PIONEER FOUNDRY A MACHINE SHOP, Vlroud nml Fifth Hta., Ilninlltnn. (TODDAKD A CO.—STEAM ENGINES T furnished to order: ln*st Quartz Mill Ma chinere constructed and repaired, slim *, Dies, and other Hard Iron fnrnUdwd at San Francisco prices with freight added. Having a new plant of tools, an- prepared to do General Repairing, Hlarksinithing, Pipe Ontting. Boiler Repairing. Etc.. Etc. Orders respectfully solicited, and filled with disnatcli. Jc85-tf K. B. MOTT. JR. J. O. MOTT, O. H. TITO, Ban Francisco Hamilton. Treasure City. MOTT, FISH & CO. TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ii Ann w a n e , Mill and Mining Coods. IRON AND STEEL. CAS PIPE, Steam ami Umi Fitting*. House Furitiahlng (tooili, Ntnvev, Tin and Copper Wore. CUTTING AND FITTING GAM PIPK, DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. HOLE AGENTS FOR Jessop’s Celebrated Steel, Luke Superior Knglei Ku*< , TOY. BICKFORD &l CO.'S FUSE, Or i ant I* o w vior, — AND - DUPONT’S POWDER. Jjur MOTT. FIHII A. CO. P. A. WAGNER, Main Street, Hamilton, Nevada, IMPORTKI* AX1> DKII.KR IS HAHDWAREJ, Mill and Mining Coods, CAS PIPE, Stoam Cas Pipe Fitting, HOUSE FURNISHING ROODS. STOVES S. Tin and Copper Ware. Cutting and Fitting Gas Pipe, DON'K OX SHORT NOTICE. •F*A11 work in onr line done with diupsteh. ivT-tf Ore Bags! Ore Bags! Mine owners and superintendents Iii want of ORE HAGS will find every sise and quality, at lower prices than they can im port them from San Francisco or the East. Also TENTS. STRAINERS. HOSE, and every de scription of SAILMAKING, at THOMAS FLITCROFT'S. Upper end of Main street, opposite the Jyll-tf New Courthouse. Hamilton. NOTICE! FREE FORWARDING! ON AND AFTER THIS RATE. AM' EM U. further notion. I will Forward Freight From ELKO TO WHITE PINE FREE OF CHARGE! n AV. EAR!.. E.lk", Nev.. lull.' 27, 1*7(1, jl27-tf FORWARDING FREE! TJ N T I I. EEKTHE.R NOTICE, We will Forward Freight From Elko to White Pine District FREE OF CHARCE! hrlii'K shipping to our cam . an r»ly ujh.n having thi lr Freight Forwarded with Dispatch And At the Lowest G-oinsc Rates. jeST-tf WfftTNF.Y A (it. JAM ICR HKII.Lt \V. Wooifl'KT’.KY. REILLY & WOODBERRY, AUCTION, COMMISSION, AVI* 3vt i isr 13sr o \ x II REAL ESTATE nnoHEris. 15(1, MAIN STBKET, HAMII.TON, Mhernl f'nhIi \<lvitnre* niiHle on CONSIGNMENTS! Retfillnr Sale Pit)*, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. 0. 11. STEVENS, Am tioneer. Office of P. A. JHKYKNPORFF. j**8-tf FOR SALE. CA HEAP FOR CASH. A HOUSE ANl>.|«iu j LOT. House with Three Room*. wellTfST furnished, with water urn! every conven-JESL ience for a comfortable residence. Hituated im mediately in front of the C\mrtlMu*«e. For |>ar. ' tlenlara. apply at thla offet. ma'JMi* Xiwy and .fffd stable?. TREASURE CITY LIVERY STABLE. E. MEYER, rilHK ORIGINAL LI VERY AND HALE HTA I ISLE proprietor. Treasure Street. Treasure City, is still holding out at the old stand, and has elegant turnout**, horses, buggies, wagons, ami all outfitting* |M-rtaiiiiitg to A HANDHOMK Tf'RNOl'T. Htock taken for kee ping, by the week, day or month, at the LOWKrtT FORCIBLE I’KK'KH. Outfits for PrnuporturH and EKrursiOBist* fiir nislu'd on private terms. Tlio Boat Stools., at the lowest prices, is the effort of this estab 1 lishinent. jyfj-tf E. MEYER. Ife Y0ST & CO. £2 LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Silver Park.f 3Mev. r|,HE PROPRIETOR** BEG LEAVE TO W I FORM the traveling public that they ar*“ now prepared to furnish stable room for any amount of atock, on the most reasonable terms. The la st of groomsmen nt this establishment. HTOCK RANCHED, at reasonable rates, by the day, week or mouth. jeOO-lm WisrrUancoiis. FIONEEn DRUG STORE! Sw c- armes, Ag’t.'S M:i In street, - - - - Trenail re City. Drus«ii P o r f 11 xxi. o m , Patent Modicinoa. •^■prescriptions put up, day and night. ma2<p Delinquent Tax List. [Proceedsof Mims.] State, or Nevada, Cochtt oe White Pinf.. 1 District Attorney's Office. » NOTRE OF HITTS COMMENCED: To the following named defendants and to all own ers of, or claimants to the mines or mining claims hereinafter described, known or un known: You are hereby notified that suits have been commenced in tlie Justice Court. Town ship No. 1, in Hamilton, M. Atwood. Justice, by th State of Nevada, plaintiff, against each of the defendant* hereinafter named, ami each of the following described mine* or mining claim* and al! owners of or claimants to the same, known or unknown, to recover the tax nnd de linquency assessed to said defendants, against the proceeds of said property for the quarter year commencing the 1st day of October, A. D. 1809. and «tiding the .'list day of December. A. D. 1869, and that a summons has Is-en duly issued in each ease. And you are further notified, that bbIsm yea appear lad answer the comokiat filed in said cause on or before the :sotb day of July, A. D. 1870, judgment will bo taken against you and the mine or mining claim herein do' scribed for the amount of tax and delinquency specified and costs of suit: Keller mine, tax and petcentage £3 ivo. Mahogany mine, situated in Mahogany can yon; tax and pi reentage fi 99. Milton mine, tax and percentage 1 19. Minmttn mine, containing 00 bit. tax and per centage :jso. Minnesota mine, containing 1200 feet: tax and percentage 3 50. Oakland mine, containing lino feet; tax and percentage 14 18. Pan Hand!* mine, on Bromide Flat: tax and p« reentage 31 82. Joe Potts mine, containing 1800 feet, about 100 feet west of Rice Tollhouse; tax nnd percentage 8 78. Zubric mine, containing 600 feet, on Chloride i Flat: tax and percentage 22 91. Sagebrush mine, 1,000 feet, Treasure Hill, m ar Posthole; tax nnd percentage 38 10. Sangamon mine, containing 1(810 feet: tax and percentage 26 99. , Caroline mine, containing 1200 feet; tax and percentage 12 62. Posthole mine, containing 600 feet, located on ' Chloride Hat; tax ami percentage 73 54. Colleen Bawn mine, located on Bromide Flat: tax and jiercentage U 21. Charles A Theresa mine, loon feet, on Iceberg ; Hat;tax and percentage 29 04. FI Dorado mine: tax ami percentage 16 64. Domingo Ledge A Co. or mine, containing 800 i feet; tax an«l percentage 162 16. Farewell mine, containing 1600 feet; tax and , percentage 2 72. flclk* y mine; tax and percentage It; 12. Hartwell Ledge A Co, containing 1400 feet; nbont one mile northwest Hamilton and east Bullion Hill; tax and percentage 21 57. Howard mine A Co, containing 800 feet; tax and percentage 1 57. The Bentin Corte* mine; tax and i»ercentage 2 80. Black Thorn mine; tax and percentage 1 50. John Steele-; tax and percentage 2 78. Broom Ranger mine: tax and percentage 9 70. chihunbnn Company; tax and parentage 14 65. E. J. Brown mine; tax and percentage 2 65, Seymour No. 10 mine, Chloride Hat; tax and pern ntage 67 46. Sierra Pascoe mine, containing ltlOO feet, on Treasure Hill: tax ami percentage 1 30. Josephine mine; tax and percentage 6 sc,. Silver Ktar mine; tux and percentage *24 31. T. H. Wills mine; tax and percentage 2 07. You Be Dam mine; tax and percentage 3 50. Hamilton, White Pine County, Nevada, | June 28 a.d. 1870. i F. H KENNEDY, District Attorney White Pine Cmmty, Nev. | EDWARD IRWIN. HIieriff Wliite Pine County. Nev. By Jy«*. H Hhkrmier. Deputy Sheriff Je29-oaw4w POST-OFFICE BOOKSTORE, | Huinllton, Nevada, RUSSELL BROTHERS, - DK.UJ-Us IN - Books, Stationery, Magazines, Newspapers, Variety Goods. Cigars and Tobacco. KrSHELL BROTHERS ARE Vf/n. special agents at White Pine for the California and X'evadu^^ Daily any Weekly Newspapers. 'Ummmr «*r Subscription a received, and atlbarrilN-ra in Hamiltou and Treasure city wncd with papers immediately after arrival of 1'xpresa, every day. ' Tike PontoHIcc CTreulatfkkjf l.lhrnry ! #«|*N« w liooks ridded from time to lime.'Vs jyfi-lf h. Barclay. J. McIxtobr. MoINTOSH & BARCLAY, GENERAL FREIGHTERS, Wholesale Dealers in FLOUR AND CRAIN. Storage amt Commission Merchants, j Having rxisealed facilities for the transportation of freight, wo ar-- pre pared to contract SHIPMENTS GF GRE AND BASE BULUON FROM WHITE PINE, Through to Newark, X. I . or any otic r point East, or to Man Francisco, Cal Y, ill also coiktra* t fur the delivery of Geueral XL rchnmliae, < !•■.. to any plan- North or South of the Railroad from Elko. Merchants and dealers supplied with Flour. Ilarley, Oats, 1 trail, etc.. at California price*— transportation added. Goods received on storage, t’aah advanced on eonaigutneiits. Mt*r» iiamlise aohl on corn mission. NEVADA WAREHOUSE. jc17-tf Hamilton, Nev. 1 TREASURE HILL S.M.&M.CO. I^BOH \N1> AFTKII Tins ivm. VNll 1 until further notice, ORE WILL BE MILLED BIG SMOKY MILL A T $10 PBn. TUN, And payment made, prompt, at our usual rate of perrvntaoe $EN. M. BT8H, Agent. WM. McCAWKII.I., Sup t, Hamiltou, Nev., June 22, 1870. Je22-tf i JA*. aPBUANCS. JOHN MpRUANCK. C. G. CHAPMAN. J. & J. SPRUANCE, 8UCOE8RORH TO J. C. HORAN k CO., | Important and Wholesale Dealers in Wluaa and Xjiquora 41.1 Fro til a* reef, i> 11-ff SAN FR\NPT8CO j Saloons. (?tr. ENTERPRISE CELLAR. tHHK LlllDERWdSKl' WOKIH HK'i LfctVH | h* wiiKtnnr.* to hi* fri* wl*. ami 11m public at Inn,*-. 1lm( lio In*-* opened the place, where The Best of Lager Beer, %VInert, iiii|nor« Hinl <'lifttr*», urc kept. LrXf’HER- -*wh #h Caviar, W*Btphnlia Ham. Holland IlerrlnKH, H\vlw» Cheese. and other deli cacies too niunrroii* to mention, ur* nerved at Hive me a call. CHARLES sTT ltd. Immediately nnd« r M«vb a ReHtnurant, je33-lrn Main ntreet. A. UllOWIO, Denlei in FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, Main Street, Treasure City. jjl34f BUREAU SALOON, MAIN HTltEKT, TnEASTTMI CITY. PAT. H. I.ANN AN, I JAMES CLANCY, I 11 ' Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors. I,, ALL THE FAVORITE BRANDS Jtm IM-tl_ ST. NICHOLAS SALOON, ST. JULIES BUILDING, MAIN STREET.HAMILTON. CHOICEST BRANDY. FINEST WHISKY, Champagne, and Case Liquor*. All the favorite brand* of CIGARS; and every thing pertaining to a l*lr«t-olAOis Saloon. fc^Call and nee ALEC. FRANK WHEELER, * RED? WHOLESALE DEALER IN Wine9, Liquors and Cigars, Main street, Hamilton. Nov. SOLE AGENT FOR THE Celebrnted Cutter Whtxky. BOLE AGENT FOR THE SAN BLAS CICARS. g/“(3ood* delivered to all part* of the country. j.v7-tf STONE SALOON, E. T. ESTES PROPRIETOR, Hamilton. White Pine, Nev. THIE CHOICEST AND BEST SELECTED ! at nek of Wines, Liquors, ami Cigars, Constantly on hand. j> 7-tf j H. LAZAHD, Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, &c., Main street. Treasure (ity, Xrv. je^L'.tf HEADQUARTERS SALOON, VANDERBILT & LEVAN, Proprietors, SHKRMANTOWX, NEVA DA. THE FINEST BRANDS OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars Constantly on hand, and the Brat Billiard Ta bles in the Country. Call ami sample Van’* Liquor* and judge for yomuelve*. jyd-tf CHLORIDE SALOON, MAGGIE McOORMICK, Proprietress. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Zjlquorai and Ciga rs CONSTANTLY ON HAND. W^Music ever}- Evening. Main *t., Hamilton. JyA.tr GRAND HOTEL BAR AND BILLIARD ROOMS, (Entrance on New Montgomery street,) San Francisco, Cal., PETER HOPKINS, PAH. MORONEY, j Proprietor*. Je2#-3m I B E L D I N Q’S ! Corner of Mu In mid Dunn Street*. ( HAMI1.TOX. XRV. nOORH UNLOCKED DURING BUSINESS hour*, and OLD MAC always behind the counter. THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS, And MIXED DRINKS. The market afford* or skill can pn pare. CHOICE CIGARS in the comer, and a neat Private Room in the roar. jeS4-tf ‘ O ASI S !' * Oft iu sandy desert*. i* r chance you find A fertile Kjmt lor refreahina r**l; s*i. ]den»i-. Traveler, at the *Oa*i*' call. Be kind. If Beer, Wine*, Cigar*, ami Cold I.iiuch I yon give test. Stand Ini * Oa*i* ' trie* to suit at best.* SALOON! Of Switzerland * anti Liniberg‘* fluent I ehccRe; BruuHwlek *au«ne and Frcuch sardelle*; Russia* eaviar anti Westphalia Ham, shall plearte. No sham; but the imported original*' Holland lo rring*. in salt, smoked or pickle, j Pig* feet, also, pickled, and tongues t>f ' sheep. Even sardine* ami lobster* your palate may tickle. If them with fin*- liquor* you wash or steep. OASIS SALOON. 1>. J. KRAUSE, jyll-liu' Next door above Stone Saloon. TO THE PUBLIC! In the Field Again. Having started a photographic '•'."lin t which, for elegance and comfort, i* not excelled, 1 respectfully aolieit from my old patrons and the public at large a share of their favor. Pictures of all branches known to the an taken in the latest style. Satisfaction war ranted. Prices reasonable. Do n't niiaa the place: Gallery opposite Red Frank Wheeler's, up stair*. Will toach tin* art to bady or Gentle man. jcJT.if HERM AN KRAI HE, Photographer. Caution. 'IMIIS IH TO GIVE NOTICE TO INNOCENT 1 parti** that we hold a claim < n what 1* j known as tin- Jlotlgin mine, Scent < an yon, Tender county, ami int* ml to hold the sane . r. A. HARRIS. I. M. VNDERSON. Hamilton. July y. 1H70. Jyll-lm j K. K. HOOT. R. BAIUtY. | ROOT & BAILEY, SC('( EKHORS TO P. J. WHITE A CO.,; Wholesale Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, Uiulln-if Il'J Fr**nt street, San Fraticiaco, j L.OST! ASET of TEETH, IN GOLD SETTING. j A suitable reward will be paid fm tlu-ir n>. turn to thi publication office of The White Din*- | Daily News. St. Nicholas Saloon. Main street, i Hamilton. madO-tf N EVADA^ MILL. M’GOHI k DUNN RRORRIIT0RS. OFFICE; At till. Mill, NVvail* Canyon spHI WANTED! ••'fin TFNH OF BPLUON OR ORE. FOR immediate shipment. Applr to M« INTOHH .V BA ROT. AY. JjrfMf <£ravelfr’ti fluirtf. RAILHOAD Stage Line! BEACHEY, WIRE* Jt CO., PROPRIETORB. CHANCE OF TIME! / VN AM) AFTER THURSDAY. JULY 14. * I 187<*. our stages will leave Hamilton every day at 2 o'clock t». m.. connecting with tin Central Pacific Railroad »t Elko—carrying Pa* senger*. Express and United States Mail*. Arrive in Hamilton at 12 o clock m. THROUGH TO ELKO IS 17 HOURS’ FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON IN lO HOURS* This company now lias the road stocked with Splendid Nlx-Horae Tennis, and the Latest Improved Concord Conches, CHEAP PARE AND t*UICK TIME! LEN. WINES. Superintendent HOMER S. KINO. Agent. Hamilton, Ncv.. July 1». 1*?0. Jy2 tf WOODRUFF & ENNOR’S J -tfj STAGE LINE! 5^ NEW ROUTEJ^I Coaches leave Hamilton dait.v, at 14 o'clock in., running through SILVER AIK), EUREKA, MINERAL Hll.L, and RAILROAD DISTRICT, To palisade, Connecting with the Cars for the We«t next morning. Fine NEW CONCORD COACHES an.l SIX IIORSE STOCK. Passengers for the East mid Went will find thin the abort) at and pleasantest route. OFFICE: Main street. Hamilton, oppoait* Well*. Fargo k Co.'a. WE WILL ALSO RUN A FAST FREIGHT LINE FROM PA LINA D E, OVER THE 8AME ROUTE. AF* Murk Goods care ' W. k E., PaliMade.’ Parti* h shipping good* by onr line will pleasa give notice at our offices, at San Francisco and Sacramento, where they will receive prompt at tention and be forwarded with dispatch. Offices—444 < lay afreet, San Francisco; 4ft J street, Sacramento; S3 South C street, Virginia City; and Main street, Hamilton, White Piu«. jy-.'.ff WOODRUFF k ENNOR. Proprietor*. HAMILTON AND PIOCHE A.p-gcra STAGE LINE! CARRYING The II. s. Mail &V.F.& Co.'s Express. I EAVES HAMILTON ON MONDAY AND j THURSDAY, at 10 o’clock a. m. Arrives it Pioche on TUESDAY' and FRIDAY’, at 10 o'clock a. m. Leaves Pioche on MONDAY’ ami THURS DAY. at 10 o'clock a. m. Arrives at Hamilton TUESDAY” and FRIDAY, at 10 o’clock a. in. This is the only established line to Pioche, via Robinson and Patterson. Smoothest and rpiickest route. Also, a bram'li line from Patti rson to Silvar Park, making close connection with our regular stapes. Onr road is double stock* d with fi-horae changes. Satisfaction guanuit*vd to (uissengers, or mo ney refunded. TRACIS. WILSON A; CO . Proprietors. our FAST FREIGHT LINE will Is estab lished in eight days. Merchants in Pioche. sil ver Park, and intermediate points, will find it to their advantage to mark goods • Care THAVIS, WILSON tv CO., Fast Freight.’ jy«-ti HAMILTON AND TREASURE CITY STAGE LINE. Tlio Groon Wagons \IfILL HEREAFTER LEAVE THE AMU HU Yf CITY AND HAMILTON Every Hour oiaking eight round trips daily, carrying Wells. Fargo A Co.’s Express and the United States Mail. < onnecting with BEACHY, WINES, * CO.’S STAGES. Passengers and Freight called for at Is.th points. Office at St. Nicholaa Saloon. Main-st Leaves with the mail for Treasure City every morning, at 7 o’clock. jytMf JAMES HAGAR, Proprietor. TREASURE CITY PASSENGER LINE. 17LEGANT AND COMFORT- m n '-JTfa J ABLE sleighs in Winter. uul easy wagons in Hummer. Regnlartripa, rain or shine, and perfectly safe at all times. I A share of public patronage is solicited je'ifl-tl ALFRED GRANT, Proprietor. ELY STAGE LINE! Great Through Route from Hamilton, V I A PATTERSON AND^ SILVER PARK. 1 NINE STOCK AND GOOD COACHES LEAVE Hamilton twice a week. TUESDAY an.l SATURDAY mornings, at R o'clock. Through in Tweaty^oHr ilurn*. Pass. ng. is for Ely will hud this mm h the •hortest, cheapest and pleasantest rout*-. Office—At BARNEY A. JONES Brirk Won-. Main street, Hamilton. je'Jn-tr XT. S. MAIL. SOUTHERN MAIL & EXPRESS LINE. SALT LAKE CITY PIOCHE CITY, ELY DISTRICT. 4 |\ JULY I. l*7o. UNDER GUYERNMKNT ' 9 • "•'tract lor carry ing the UNITED STATES M ML. the undersigned will commence to rnn I 'UNCORD COACHES from SALT LAKE CITY !<• ITlH'IIE CITY, vi* 1'IIOVO CITY. PILL >HE, BEAV KR. ami other intermediate point*. taring a contract to carry the I nited Slate Mail and Weil*. Fargo A Co.’a Expr. a*. stag* * will leave Salt Lake City ami Pits he L dy Weekly, making the trip in three and * ludf days. K.MIE THROUGH, Riltl- cl HKKNCY. HUGH WHITE, Proprietor. .1 J. II YL1TN A CO.. Agent* at Horlio City WELLS. FARGO k CO.. Jy--D Agent* at Halt Lake City. CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANT ™K FA8T KSU HELEN I HI) l\ NTKAXKRK CHRYSOPOL1S AND CAPITAL. Will leave on altemute day* for Han Francis.*.., on the arrival of the car*, at 1 \ nVtork p. in., fruin the foot of K street, steamer CHKYHOPOUH. Pnater. Master, will leave on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS »nd Fill DAYS. Steamer CAPITAL. Pool, Master, will have on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS Fare between Han Fratn luoo and Sacramento will be a* follow* . CABIN .fl.r.t* DECK. 1.00 To Makynviu.f.—Cabin. I..YO For NarykvilD Mint Ik* latmaMliale Laailiiiira The Company's steamers will leave for Marv*. vllle and intermediate landing* daily at m'dd»y (Saturdays ami Hmidays excepted): Humlay*, at 7 a. ut. For Bed HIm nr. The steamer RED BLUFF will leave fiw Red Bluff and Intermediate landings every SATUR DAY, at 7 o'clock a. m. Freight secured on day prevtou* to departure For freight "r passage apply on board, or tu.-foo* \ ItFDINGTC>N. Agent jefA-tf on hoard hriR^n atreet.