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THE WHITE PINE NEWS.
Ordinance No. 37.
An oriiMinT prertdiw for *J"“*J** *n‘l
CoUectinfl ofBewnnt* for Hamillon Oily.
The Board of Tmrtee. of Hamilton Oily do or
«tgin u ful!*WI:
*v 1 Tbe Board of Trustee* of Hamilton
file ahall hr iMoInllon, prior to Ihc fmirth
*iwm the amount of taxes that shall be levied
for elly purpnaea. daalgnalimi the nunilx-r of
eenta xri**5d be KrW on «eh m*' huxrfrod
•lollan of taxable property, real or personal,
which rorolirtwo ahall be entered uP°n tha re
cur,! of Ibfir procaedlnea. and a copy thereof,
InTrcerttOwlby the Clerb. forthwith dellvertHl
.miycertiaeo^ Uultlxl Tro««iiror. All
taxes levied andrt the prortalona of thla Ordi
nato-c ahall he paid In legal coin of the I’nlted
State# and are hatvbv made a Hen againat tho
uropwty aaaeaard. which Hen ahall attach upon
Ih^SJiSutlhireof by the A*tmir, and ahall
not be removed ontU all the taxea have been
paid or the property haa v.-ated In a purehaaer
‘“JS^ sT^Alf property to Hamilton City, not
..*.£p.Vu,fro£ utatem. ah.lMeanhj.et to
lor city pnrtioaiai. and shall bo taxed aa
I _ ,^,mlnal property. The term 4 real
ZiLFZ&Z?**'* thi. Ordinance, .hall
include th* ownership of. or ohlm to. or posses
sion of.o. right of pto. *ny l»nd within
the citv limit-; and the term • personal property,
whenever used In thto Ordinance, shall include
all movable property, of iMfoem kind or na
ture. not in. luded to the term ‘real estate as
^Bar* a!* ^ Between tbe fourth Monday in Juno
ami tbe ftrst Monday iu August. 1 WO and each
year thereafter, the City Assessor ahall ascertain
and make out a list of all property in the city,
real and personal, subject to taxation, and also
the names of all persons, corporations, associa
tions, companies or Anns, owning, claiming or
bavin* the possession or control of the name,
ami determine the full cash value of all such
property and list ami assess the same to the per
son firm company, corporation, or association,
owning claiming or having the possession,
charge or ooutrol thereof. For the purpose of
making such assessment, the Assessor shall do
maod from each person and firm, and from the
President, OwhJer. Treasurer or managing agent
of each umpiuMImi association or company
within the city, or doing business or owning
property therein, a sUt« ment under oath or af
firmation of all the real estate or i*er»onal prnp
,-rty within the city, owned, claimed by. or in
the mmmmkm or under the control of such per
mm. ton. corporation, association or company.
tt any pmoa, officer or agent shall neglect or
refuse, on demand of the Assessor or bis Deputy,
Co give, under oath or affirmation, the statement
required by this section, the Assessor or his Dep
uty shall make a minute of such refusal or nog.
jcx"t under his name, and an estimate of the tax
aide property which such person, officer or agent
neglected or refused to so render; and the value
ao fixed shall n«*t be minced by the Board of
Equalization. If the name of any absent owner j
of property U known to the Assessor, the prop
ertv shall U assessed In bis, her or their names:
if unknown to the Assessor, the same shall be
few>e*s«d to unknown owners. The form of the
As-catiincat Roll, and the manner of making
the assessment hereby ordained, shall be sub
stantially the same a- that prescribed by law for
County Aa*ea«or*. For the purpose of carrying
out the provisions of this section the Assessor
aud his Deputy shall have power and authority
to administer all oaths aud affirmations author
ised by law.
Sir. 4. On or before the first Monday In An
gust. 1*70, aud each year thereafter, the City As
sessor shall complete his tax list or assessment
roll, and attach his certificate thereto, which
certificate shall be by him subscribed and sworn
to. and substantially in the following form, to
wit. *1 do solemnly swear that I have made
diligent Inquirv into the names of all taxable in
babitautaof Hamilton City; that I have diligently
investigated aud ascertained the description,
value, an<l ownership, of all taxable property in
'aid city; that 1 have iu all cases sought au«l put
■town the true owner, true description and true
value oi all property assessed to the best of my
ability; and that the annexed is a true and cor
rect assessment roll, made in accordance with
the laws of the State aud the ordinances of the
said city.' And shall deliver said assessment
roll, maps, books and the original list of prop
erty to the City Clerk, who shall immediately
give notice of the same, specifying the time of
meeting of the Board of Equalization by publi
cation in some newspaper published in said city,
or in such other manner as the Board of Trustees
may direct; anil shall keep the roll open for pub
lic inspection.
Kfc. ft. The B<*ni of Trustees shall consti
tute the Board of Equalization, and a majority
of the Board, with the President of the Board,
shall Is* a quorum for the Board of Equalization;
and tho decision, a majority of such quorum
shall Is* final. The City Clerk shall be the Clerk
of the Board of Equalization. 'Hie Board shall
meet on the first Momlay after the completion of
the assessment roll, and shall continue in ses
sion from time to time, until the business of
equalization brought before them is disposed of;
provided, that no complaint on account of the
assessment of any property shall bo considered
unless it shall Is* fill'd in writing witli the Clerk
of the Board within one week after the session
oi the Board commences. The Board of Equal
ization shall have the power to determine all
complaiuts in regard to the assessed value of
any property, anil may change aud correct any
valuation, either by adding thereto or deducting
therefrom, if they deem tbe sum fixed by the
assessment roll too small or too great; whether
such sum be fixed by th'* owner or the Assessor,
except that in cases where the person complain
ing of the tHson..mcnt has refused to give the
Assessor his list under oath or affirmation, as re
quired by this ordinance, un reduction shall he
made by the Hoard of Equalization in the assess
ment made by the Assessor. If the Board of
Equalization shall find it necessary to add to the
assessed value of any property on the assess
ment roll, they shall direct their clerk to give
notice to the |lemons interested.by notice depos
ited in the postoffice, directed to such person,
naming th* day when they will act in that ease,
and giving reasonable time to appear. During
the sessions of the Board of Equalization the
Assessor shall be present, and also his deputy, if
necessary, as a witness iu any cast ; and they
nliall have a right to make any statement, or
produce any testimony pertinent to any matters
coming before the Board. The Board shall
make use of all the Information they can gain
from the County Recorder, or otherwise, in
equalizing the assessment roll, and may order
tho Assessor to enter upon the said nil any
mortgage or Hen, or ether property that has not
iss-n assessed; anil the assessment and equaliza
tion so made,shall have the same force anil effect
as if made by the Assessor before the delivery of
the assessment roll by him to the City Clerk.
*». ah soon ax the equalization is com
pleted,the Clerk shall prepare a duplicate assesa
mcnt roll, which shall contain tin* axxexHiiient aa
originally made and aa equalized by the Hoard,
sind to whicli shall he added a column showing
the amount of taxes due from each party
assessed, which duplicate assessment roll he
shall certify to be correct, aud deliver the aamc
to the City Marshal, charging him with the
whole amount of taxes shown to be due thereon.
When the duplicate assessment roll has been de
livered to the City Marshal, he shall cause a
notice thereof to he published in some newspa
per published in the city, if there l>o one, for
one week, requiring taxpayers to come forward
and pay their taxes within four weeks from the
publication of said notice. The Marshal shall
immediately upon the receipt of the said dupli
cate assessment roll, commence the collection of
taxes, and for that purpose he shall remain in
his office from 9 o'clock am. to 4 o'clock p.m. of
each day, for fonr weeks after the assessment
roll has been so delivered.
8*to. 7. It ahall be the duty of the Marshal to
pay over to the City Treasurer, on each Saturday
after ho commences the collection of taxes, the
whole amount collected during the week pre
»• ceding, less his commissions for collecting, and
to take duplicate receipts therefor—one of which
ho shall die with the Clerk, and the other retain
as his voneher. The Clerk shall credit the Mar
shal on the assessment roll with all sums so
paid. The Marshal shall also report to the
Hoard of Truatees every week, the amount paid
over to the Treasurer at Ids last settlement, and
the amount of his commission thereon: provid
ed, that it shall be the duty of the Marshal to
collect the taxes upon personal or movable prop
erty immediately upon the assessment thereof
by the Assessor, and to pay over and report the
same as hereinbefore provided.
»UJ IIU in jiaiu Ml UM* .Tiir
Khal, he shall mark the word • paid,’ and the date
of the payment opposite the uame of the i»er- I
huh or the description of the property liable for
such taxes, and shall give a receipt therefor,
specifying the amount of the assessment, the
amount of the tax, and the description of the
property assessed; but the Marshal shall not re
ceive any taxes on any real estate for any portion
less than the least subdivision entered upon the
assessment roll; provided, always, au owner of
undivided real estate may pay the proportion of
taxes due on his interest therein.
8v,e. 9. If anv person, firm, company or as
sociation, who shall be assessed under the pro
visions of this Ordinance, shall fail to pay the
taxes so assessed, on or Indore the end of the
fourth week after the publication of the notice
required by Hection 11 of this Ordinance, it shall
lie the duty of the Marshal, within five days
thereafter, to furnish the City Attorney a list
showing the name of every snch delinquent, the
amount due from each, together with a descrip
tion of the property assessed and a statement
verified by himself or deputy that snch partie s
are delinquent. This list shall be known as the
Delinquent List; and. before it is band.nl to the
City Attorney, it shall lie presented to the City
Clerk, and the Clerk shall credit the Marshal
with the amount of the taxes delinquent ac
cording to such list, and shall make a final set
tlement with the Marshal of all taxes charged
against him on acconut of the assessment roll.
H*<\ 10. Immediately after the delivery of
such list to the City Attorney he shall cause a
notice of the same to be published in a city
newspaper for one week, and during that week
he shall reoeive and receipt for any taxes due;
and after the expiration of such publication, it
shall be the duty of the City Attorney to institute
salt in the name of the Inhabitants of Hamilton
fity against all persons so delinquent, and
against the real estate and improvements as
sessed so delinqnont. and agaiust all owners and
claimants of the same, known or unknown. The
. ..in plaint in any action for the collection of city
tr.xes shall conform as nearly as may be proper
to that prescribed by the general statutes of the
Htaie in actions for the collection of Htatc and
County taxes; and upon filing the complaint in
the proper Court, a summons shall be issued
ami served as in other civil rase*, by delivering
a copy thereof to each defendant named in the
'• complaint, or by publication iu some newspaper
!®*n provided by law in other civil cases, ami shall
drugs.,ir,. tju, defendant and all owners of and
ids to any real estate snd improvements
(Ordinanrrs.
described in the summons, known or unknown,
to appear and answer the complaint filed in
Court; and as to said real Him and improve
ments, a copy of the summons shall lie served
upon the person or persons in possession of the
same; and further, as to such real estate by post
ing a like copy in some conspicuous place
thereon, and at the door of the City Hall, in said
Hamilton City: and all the proceedings under
this section shall be, as far as the same is appli
cable, in accordance with the general laws of the
State in other civil actions.
Sec. 11. Said delinquent list, ora ropy there
of, certified by the Marshal, or his deputy, show
ing unpaid taxes against any i*erson or property,
shall be prima far it evidence in any court to
Srove the assessment, the property assessed, the
dinqueney, the amount of taxes due and un
paid.and that all the forma of the law in relation
to the assessment and levy of such taxes have
been complied with.
Rec. 12. In ease judgment is rendered forde
fendeut, it shall be general, without costa, and
may be entered in favor of some one or morn of
them, and against others, as in other civil cases.
In ease judgment is for the plaintiff, it may be
entered against such defendents as are found
liable for the tax, and for such amount or por
tion thereof as lie or they shall Is* adjudged lia
ble; provided, that no prnonal judgment shall
be rendered unless the person against whom it
is rendered shall have been nerved w ith the sum
mons, ns provided in this ordinance, or shall
have appeared in the action. Judgment may be
entered against the real estate and improvements
severally assessed and levied thereon: and when
it shall appear upon the assessment roll that the
real estate and improvements belong to the
same person or ]iersons, then judgment may be
rendered against said real estate and improve
ments jointly, for the whole tax thereon, or such
part theriHif as may be adjudged. Such judg
ments when rendered in the District or Justice's
Court, shall be docketed, and become liens upon
all the property against which judgment is ren
dered, from the date of such assessment. Tlie
City Attorney may file transcripts of judgments
rendered in Justices' Courts, under this ordi
nance, with the Ckmntv Clerk, and have them
docketed.
Hist. 13. An Act to regulate proceedings in
civil cases in the Courts of Justice of this State,
and to repeal all other Acts in relation thereto,
approved March 8, 1W>9, so far as the same is
consistent with the provisions of this Ordinance,
are hereby made applicable to all proceedings
! under this Ordinance. The deed of the Marshal
for proi>erty sold for taxes shall have the effect
prcscrilied by law, and property so sold shall not
be subject to redemption. The Marshal, in sell
ing property for delinquent taxes, shall sell only
the smallest portion that any person will take
and pay the judgment and all costa. All money
col lei ted under the provisions of this ordinance,
except costs and charges allowed to the Court
and officers, shall without delay lie paid to the
City Treasurer, and each collection and the date
thereof shall Is* entered opposite the proper
name or property in the delinquent list, which
shall be open to public inspection.
Her. 14. The City Attorney shall pay over to
the City Treasurer, every Saturday, all money
received by him for delinquent taxes, taking du
plicate receipts therefor, one of which he shall
file with the Clerk, and the other keep for his
voucher; and on or before the first Monday of
June of each year shall make a Anal settlement
with the City Treasurer of all money received by
him; and shall at that time deliver to the City
Clerk the delinquent tax list, together with a
statement under oath of all the suits brought
ami judgments obtained on said delinquent
list, and the reasons why no suits have l>een
brought or turn collected in cases of other de
linquents. The delinquent list shall be passed
over by the Clerk to the Incoming City Attorney
as soon as be shall have qualified, who shall
continue proceedings thereon, and when the next
Board of Equalization meets any taxes still de
linquent thereon shall lie revised by said Board,
and stricken out or returned by them to the City
Attorney for further proceedings.
Sec. 15. The City Attorney shall appear and
prow cute all actions for the recovery of delin
quent taxes under this Ordinance; and, for his
services therein, shall receive at the rate of
twe nty per cent, on all sums collected as delin
quent; provided that the same shall in all cases
lie taxed as coats against the parties owing auch
delinquent tsxes, and entered in the judgment
therefor and collected thereon, and in no case to
be a charge against the city.
Sec. lfi. All Ordinances, or parts of Ordi
nances, in conflict with this Ordinance, are
hereby repealed.
Sec. 17. This Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved June 25, 1870.
P. EVERTfl, President of the Board.
M. P. Chawberlih, City Clerk. je29-14t
Ordinance No. 38.
An Ordinance creating a Salary and Contingent
Fund, and for other purposes.
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
S»:rn<»N 1. From and after the passage of this
Ordinance, the City Treasurer shall set apart
fifty per cent, of all money coming into the City
Treasury (Tom licenses, hall rent and fines: and
twenty-five per c.-nt. of all money coming into
the City Treasury from taxes on real and per
sonal property, which shall lx* known as the
Salary and Contingent Fund.
Hist. 2. The City Treasurer shall make a re
port to the Beard of Trustees on the first Mon
day in each mouth, showing the amouut of
money received into the City Treasury for the
month previous, the amount set apart to said
Salary and Contingent Fund, the amount dis
bursed, and the amount remaining in the Treas
ury.
Hue. 3. All warrants for the payment of sal
aries, and all warrants for defraying the contin
gent expenses of the city, unless otherwise
ordered by the Board of Trustees, shall hereafter
lx* drawn upon the • Salary and Contingent
Fund;' which warrants shall commence a new
wrist, and 1* paid m the order - t their registra
tion.
Hf.c. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and
lx* in force from and after its passage.
Approved July 5, 1H7().
P. EVERTS, President Board of Trustees.
M. P. C.iambbruv, City Clerk. JyM-l4t
Ordinance No. 39.
Ail Ordinance abolishing the offices of Street
Commissioner and Jailer and Janitor.
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
SttTitm 1. The offices of Street Commissioner
and Jailer and Janitor are hereby abolished.
8bc. 2. ordinance No. 29, entitled 'An Ordi
nance creating the office of Jailer ami Janitor,
and defining his duties, coni|x*nsatiou, etc.,’ ap
proved January 31, 1870, and all Ordinances or
parts of Ordinances defining the duties of and
prescribing compensation for Street Commis
sioner. are hereby regaled.
Sue. 3. This Ordinance shall take effect and
be In force from and after its passage.
Approved July 5,1870.
P. EVERTS, President Board of Trustees.
M. P. Chambcblix, City Clerk. jyH-Mt
Ordinance No. 40.
An Ordinance Regulating the Salaries of Of
ficers.
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
Section 1. The officers of Hamilton City
shall receive the following compensation for
their services—to wit: The City Marshal shall
receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per an
num, and flve per cent, on all taxes collected by
him on real and personal property; and also one
dollar for collecting each license. The City
Treasurer shall receive a salary of nine hundred
dollars per annum. The City Assessor shall re
ceive a salary of six hundred dollars per annum.
The Chief Engineer shall receive a salary of nine
nundred dollars per annum. The City Attorney
shall receive a salary of seventy-live dollars per j
month, and, in addition to such percentage as is '
allowed him on delinquent taxes, shall receive
flve dollars for each conviction for violation of
Ordinances, provided that the same shall in all
cases be collected from the party convicted, and
in no case to be a charge against the city. The
City Clerk shall receive a salary of seventy-Ave
dollars per month. Regular Policemen shall re
ceive a salary of seventy-flve dollars per mouth,
and also two dollars for each arrest and convic
tion, provided that the same shall in all cases be
collected from te party convicted, and in no
case to be a charge against the city.
sec. 2. rju'li or tfte above salaries shall be
[•ayahle in legal coin of the I'nited States, in
?<iual monthly installments, on the first day of
aach and every month.
Ssc.3. Ordinance No. 4, entitled ‘An Ordi
nance regulating the salaries of officers,' approv
al April 10, I860, and Ordinance No. 10, entitled
' An Ordinance defining the duties of City Attor
ney,'approved April IS, 1869, and Section 7 of
Ordinance No. 26, entitled ‘ An Ordinance regu
lating a Fire Department of Hamilton City,’ ap
proved December 13, 1869, and Section 4 of Ordi
nance No. 36, entitled ‘ An Ordinance creating
the office of City Attorney,’ approved June If,
1870, are hereby repealed.
Hue. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and
be tn force from and after its passage.
Approved July 5, 1870.
P. EVERTS, President Hoard of Trustees.
M. P. Cii \*b*run, City Clerk. jy8-14t
Ordinance No. 41.
An Ordinance regulating Licensed and License
Tax in Hamilton City.
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
BectioxI. The Clerk shall cause to be pre
pared, at the expense of the city, printed
forms of City Licenses, to be issued as herein
provided. He shall number and sign the same
and deliver them to the Marshal, from time to
time, charging him therefor. The Marshal
shall make a written report to the Board of Trus
tees ou Monday of each week, duly verified,
showing the amount of license* collected by him
the previous week, the names of persous or firms
to whom licenses have been issued, the amount
paid by each, and the occupation or business for
which sucli licenses were issued.
Bsc. ‘4. All licenses herein provided for shall
be payable in legal coin of the I'nited Htates.
Sue. 3. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of trading or merchandising, or dealing
iu any kind of goods, wares, or merchandise
whatsoever, shall pay a license as follows: Those
making monthly sales to the amount of one
thousand dollars nr under, eight dollars per
quarter; those making monthly sales amounting
to more than one thousand and under five thou
sand dollars, twelve dollars per quarter; and
those making monthly sales amounting to more
than five thousand dollars, twenty dollars per
quarter.
Bko. 4. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of storage and commission merchants
shall pay a license as follows; Those whose
PVdinatursi.
monthly receipts amount to one thousand dol
lars or under, ten dollars j»er Quarter; those
whose monthly receipts are more than one thou
sand and under three thousand dollars, fifteen
dollar* per quarter; and those whose monthly
receipts are more than three thousand dollars,
twenty-five dollars per quarter.
Buc. 5. Every perron or firm engaged in the
business of banking, dealer* in exchange, gold
and silver, stocks, or bullion, shall pay a license
of fifty dollars per quarter.
Sue. 6. Every perron, firm or company en
gaged lu the business of expressing or transmit
ting letter* or package* for hire, having an office
in this city, shall pay a license of fifty dollar*
per quarter.
Bsc. 7. Each Telegraph Company doing busi
ness in the city shall pay a license of fifty dol
lar* per quarter.
Sac. h. Every person, firm or company en
g.iged In the misln<‘*s of etock or real estate
brokerage in buying and selling stock* or real
estate, shall pay a license of fifteen dollar* per
quarter.
8*c. 9. Every person or firm engaged lu the
business of keeping a livery stable, or letting
horses, wagons, carriage*, or other animals or
vehicles for hire, shall pay a license of fifteen
dollars per quarter.
Bsc. 10. Every person or firm engaged In the
business of runuing for hire any dray, job wagon,
cart or other public vehicle, shall pay for each
dray, job wagon, rart or vehicle so run, a license
of teu dollars per quarter.
Hkc. 11. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of auctioneering shall pay a license of
thirty dollars per quarter.
Bec. 12. Every person or firm engaged in t'te
business of earn ing on a daguerrean or photo
graphic gallery .shall pay * license of fifteen dol
lars per quarter.
Bec. 13. Every person or firm eugaged In the
business of keeping a l>arbcr shop, shall pay
1 for each chair in use in said shop a license of
five dollars per quarter.
Bec. 14. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of assaying any metals or ore, shall
pay a license of twenty-five dollars j»er quarter.
BBC. 15. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of manufacturing soda, cider, vinegar,
sarsaparilla, or syrups of any kind, shall pay a
license of fifteen dollar* per quarter.
Bec. 16. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping or conducting any tavern,
hotel, lodging house, chop house, or restaurant,
shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter.
Bec. 17. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping a bar or saloou, for retail
ing any wines or liquors of any kind, in less
quantities tiian one quart, shall pay a license of
forty-flvs dollars per quarter.
Bec. 18. Every person or firm engaged in
the business of keeping a public hath house,
shall pay a license of ten dollars per quarter.
Sac. 19. Every perron or firm engaged in the
business of keeping or carrying on a shooting
gallery, shall pay a license of fifteen dollar* per
quarter.
bec. an. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping or conducting u public bak- j
ery for the manufacture of bread, pies or cakes, j
shall pays license of five dollars ]>er quarter.
too. 21. Every ponea or firm engag' d in
keeping a laundry, where washing and ironing
is done, shall pay a license of teu dollars per
quarter.
Sec. 22. Every proprietor or keeper of a bil
liard table, shall pay for each table in use a
license of ten dollars per quarter.
Sec. 23. Every keeper or proprietor of a nine
pin. ten pin or bowling alley, shall pay a license
of twenty dollars per quarter.
Site. 24. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping or carrying on any brewery
for the manufacture of beer, malt or fermented
liquor, shall pay a license of thirty dollars per
quarter.
Bec. 25. Each aud every insurance comi>any j
doing business in the city, shall pay a license of ;
twenty-five dollars per quarter.
Sec. 26. Every person, firm or compsny en
gaged in runniug stages and carrying passengers
for hire, and having an office in the city, shall !
pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter.
Bec. 27. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of pawn broker, shall pay a license of
forty dollars per quarter.
Bec. 28. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping a butcher shop or stall, for
the retail of fresh meats, shall pay s license of
fifteen dollars per quarter.
Bec. 29. Every traveling merchant, hawker, or
peddler, who shall vend goods, wares, and mer
chandise, shall pay a license of twenty-five dollars
per quarter: provided that in case such traveling
merchant, hawker, or peddler, shall use a wagon,
cart, or other vehicle in such business, he shall
pay a license of forty dollars pe r quarter.
Bec. 30. Every person, firm, company, mana
ger, or lessee of any theater, engaged in the busi
ness of giving theatrical performances or exhi
bitions of serenaders. minstrels' concert or oi>era
singers, sparring, melodeon or other public per
formance or exhibition, for pay, shall pay a li
cense of one hundred dollars per month; pro
vided, that in case such license be granted for a
less period than one month, five dollars for each
performance or exhibition so given.
Sec. 31. Every person, firm, or company, giv
ing in the city any exhibition of a caravan, me
nagerie, or collection of animals, or any circus,
show, rope, or wire dancing, or slight of hand
performance, for pay, shall pay a license of I
twenty-flve dollars for each exhibition so given.
He*'. 32. Every person or firm who shell open
or keep a dance-house, commonly known as a |
hurdy-gurdy house, shall pay a license of one j
hundred dollars per month; provided that in |
case such license is granted fora less period than i
one month, five dollars per day for each day the I
same shall be kept open.
Bec. 33. Every person who shall carry on or [
conduct any of the businesses, trades, callings, or <
professions mentioned herein, aud shall neglect j
to take out a license therefor, as herein provided,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and ui>on con
viction thereof, shall be flued in a sum not less
than the license which such person is required
to take out, and not exceeding five hundred dol
lars, which fine may be enforced by imprison
ment in the city jail not exceeding one day for
each two dollars of such flue.
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dinance shall be paid in advance, aud are hereby
made transferable in cases where the business
licensed is conducted or carried on in the same
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Bec. 35. Ordinance No. 11, entitled* An Ordi
nance providing for the assessing and collecting
of revenue for Hamilton City,’ approved April
lft, 1869; and Ordinance Np. 16, entitled * An Or
dinance amendatory of and supplemental to an
Ordinance entitled * An ordinance providing for
the assessing and collecting of revenue for Ham
ilton City,’ approved May ft, 1869; and Ordinance
No. 25, entitled • An Ordinance amendatory of
and supplemental to an Ordinance entitled ' An
Ordinance providing for the assessing and col
lectiug of revenue for Hamilton City,' approved
September 13,1869, and all Ordinances and parts
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Hec. 36. tEu Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after Its passage.
Approved July 11,1870.
P. EVERTS,
President of the Board.
M. P. Chamberlin, City Clerk. jyl4-14t
.. .HLff.1.11 ■■■■■ 1 '1 J, 1
•VO WM. A. HOLING Kit. NOLO 3ION
j. HEYDENFELDT, and R. H. LOYD: You
!•:« hereby notified that the Great Basin
Mining Company, a corporation duly organized
and existing under and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Pennsylvania, for the purpose of
working and developing the Glacier Mining
Claim, situated In the White Pine Mining Dis
trict, White Pine County, State of Nevada: that
said corporation owns a majority of the number
of feet in said mining claim, and is composed of
more than three persons, and that it has expend
ed in the actual development and working of
said mining elaim the sum of f6,461; that the
following are your respective interests in said
mine and the proportion of said snm due from
each: Wm. A. Bolinger, 200 feet, 9897.62; Solo
mon Heydenfeldt, 200 feet, 1807.62: R. H. Loyd,
100 feet, 144X1.81; that it is the intention of said
corporation to institute suit against you to re
cover said sums.
May 23d, 1870.
GREAT BASIN MINING CO.,
Je22-3w* By J. A. McPhkrran, Hupt.
2XT O T X O B !
Notice ib hereby given, to all
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Hilver Mining Company, a corporation existing
under the laws o/ New York, and engaged in the
business of mining in Eureka Mining District,
fltate of Nevada, is the owner of, and lawfully
entitled to, the possession of that certain tract
of land situated in said District, county of len
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reka, or Napias, on the south, and known and
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TANNKHILL H. M. COMPANY.
By Lawsuvo h Davotost, Att'ys for T.B.M.Co.
Eureka, Nevada, July ft, 1870. jyft-lm
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I he several amounts set opposite the name* of
the respective shareholders, as follows:
Names. No. Certificate. No.Bh's. Aa’t.
Baxter W H, balance.301.25)$ . .f5.1il
Baxter W H. balance.202.20.4 00
Beldleinsu E G, Trustee.708... .100... .20.00
Barton W H. Trustee.1327.20.4.00
Bushell John T.1MB. • ..WO.. 20.00
Child At Jones, Trustees.:M1. .. .100.. .20.00
Child A Jones,Trustees. hal..:*4J.22.4.40
Child A Jones,Trustees.350. ..100.. .30.00
Child A Jane*. Trust! < s.357... .100-‘AMI0
Child A Jones,Trustees. 368 .. in... 2.00
Child A Jones, Trustees.421b .. .100... . 20.00
Child A Jones, Trustees.432.10-. 2.00
Child A Jones, Trustees.803.10.2.00
Clark Smyth.376.. ,.1(W....30.00
Clark Smyth.37*... 1«0... .30.00
Clark Smyth.370... .100. . .30.00
Child WO.431.10. . .3.00
Child W C, balance.436 .4$.lo
Coureen G A, Trustee.1334.30.6.00
Child WC. Trust.-•.6*7.20.4 so
Child W Trustee.1233. .. 4«» 8.00
[lahlll A Co E, Trustee* .12*6.40.8.00
Cahill A Co E. Trustee*.12*8....100... .30.00
Cavallier J B K, Trustee.... 1335.40 ... 8.00
['availh r J 11 K. Trustee... .1342.15.3.08
Doty J J. 1078.30 _6.00
Khrenbergh l»r H T. balance. 124. *4.02
Earnam E.388.... 100 - 20.00
Earnam E.389... .100... .30.00
Earnam K.390... .100... .20.00
Eamam K.391-100....20.00
Earnam E.802.10.3.00
Pinmiii E. 383.5.1.00
Earnam K.1025.50... .10.00
Earnam E.1026.60-10.00
Goodall E. 879.25.5.00
Henderson 1* M, Trustee.... 1**37.. 6u.... 10.00
Hall N H. Trustee.1**56.80.... 10.00
Hutchinson John. Trustee. .1261.5.l.oo
Hill A E, Trustee, balance.. .216-34 v. .6.90
Hill A E, Trustee.245.20.4.00
HU1 A E, Trust**. • .257.10.2.00
Hill A K. Trusts*.734.B0....I0.no
Hill A E,Trusts*, balance. . 841... .39...hi*
Hill A E, Trustib. 849.... 10*1.... 20.00
Hill A E, Trusts*.887.1**.2.00
Hill A E. Trustee.8g*.10... .2.00
Hill A E. Trust***.889.2i».... 4.**0
Hill A E, Trustee .1**34.n*4... .10.00
Hill A K, TruatSe.1**45.5.1.00
Hill A E. Trustee.W5U.... 1**0.... 2IMIO
Hill A E. Trustee.1**82.50-10.*)**
Hill A E. Trustee.112H.20.4 *>**
Jennings A A.1237-1**0-20.00
Kenney Geo L. Trust***.130.1<».2.0**
King Wm P, Trustee.I *8.10.2.****
King Wm P. Trustee.140.... .50... .10.00
King Win F. Trust**.295 .. .10.. 2.00
King Win P. Trustee.297.10.3.00
King Win F. Trustee.Jol.5.l.oo
King Wm F. Trustee.6*Hl.45.9.00
King Wm F, Trust.-*, 1*1 .1100.2.4i»
King Wm F. Trustee.11 M. . ion. cams*
King Win F. Trustee.1159.... l«o... CAMS*
King Win F. Trustee.1183... .100,.. . A* 00 !
King Wm F, Trustee.1 *32.. .250... .50 *8)
Kennedy James W, bslance.1134 . 63... 12.60
I.lndlev C.186.20.... 4 00
Lindley C. .187.10.... 2.00
Lloyd A, balance.I"*'*8.29.5.8*1
Lnwculstrg H, Trustee.1307. ■ . . .17
Montgomery 7..142... .1**0... 20.on
McDonald M J.149... .100... cAMKi
McDonaldAWhttnry.Trust**s775 — 20 . 4.00
McDonaldA Whitney .Trustees?93.50-10. oo
MeDoualdA Whitney .Trustee■s93n.20.. 4.00
McDonaldAWhitney.TnistoesO-in... .I'm... A* <>"
McDonald*Whitney.'Trustee! .'ft*.... 50... HI 00
Morgan Isaac..1**13. .. .5*).... 10.00
Morgan E.1**18.AO.... 10.00
Martin M H. Trustee.13**6.Ill.2.00
North Charles M.12*h.so.... 10.no
Noble ff II .1220.5... 1 00
Owens Thurston K. balance..911.0's.. 1.30 :
Phillips W 11.Trustee.lull).3*b... 4 **•*
Ferry John L. Trustee.H>03.50.... 10 *"> ,
Reilly Thomas.1077. . 50.... WOO
Smith F 0, Trustee. 3. .. .10.2.00 j
Smith F <}, Trustee.4.10.2.00
Smith F G, Trustee. . 7.10.2.00
Smith F <4,Trustee.8.. 10... 22*0,
Smith F 0. Trustee.9.. .10.... 2 no
Smith FG.Trustee.10.... lo.3.oo
Smith F0.Trustee.57.... 100. . CA).o*»
Smith F G, Trustee. •• . inn... 2**.0n
Smith F«. Trustee 121 .10.. 2.no
shci w«mn1 A Freeborn.Trus’8.54*) —100—9tM)o ,
Sherwood A Freeborn.Tnie’s.541. . .1****... .'Ai.***»
Sherwood A Freeborn/Tru**’*. ’47 . M)-10.00
Sljerwood A Freeborn,Trtts’s 548. 50... 10 00
sherw'Mxl A Freeborn.Tnis's 6*si... loo. .20 on
Sherwisnl A Freeborn.Tru*'s.60l.. lnt... . 3*1.00
Sherwood A Freebnrn.Tma's 602... .1*m). .. .2** oo
Hherwoud A Freeboru.Trus’s.722.50-10.00
Sherwood A Fre* boni,Trus's.72J. 50. . .lo.no
Munledell Henry, Trustee. *x* ho 16.00
Reblefer Peter.1144.... 50..,.10.U*>
Bleeper Geo. Trustee.1218 .. Vi lo.no
Sleeper Geo, Trustee .1321.60— .10.00
Tibbey K H. Trustee.1318... .1**0... .20.00
White Jos T.125... .35. .. 7.00
winter J W.487. 20_ 4.00
Webber Geo K.949 64... . 10.80
Webber Goo E.950.to.9.2**
Wingard T B. Trustee.1173....415... *0.00
Wilson Henry.1187... .80.... 16.00
Ami in accordance with law, and au order of
the Boar-1 of Tmsleea. made on the 26th day of
May. A. I>. 1870, so many shares of each parrel
of said stock as may lx- necessary will Im- sold at
the ofllc* of the Company, H>sim No. 30, Hay
ward’s Building. No. 419 California street, San
Framdseo, California, on FRIDAY, the TWEN
TY SECOND <22d» DAY OK JI I Y. \. D. 187**.
at the hour of 1 o’clock p. in. f said day,
to pay said delinquent asn. *-m< nt thereon. t«*
gethcr with costs of advertising and eipenac*of
the sab
JOSEPH L. KING, Secretary.
Office: Room N->. Si, Hayward s Building. No.
419 California street, San Franeiscn, California.
Jy6-td
/ \FPICF. OF TilK MIVFIML CITY
" J Gold and Silver Minin' and Milliiu.' C<»ni*
puny. N<*. 4'-SI Montgomery street, ( tty au l
County of San Francisco. State of Cnllf'-rnia.—
Location of Works: ltohin«<<n Mining District.
County of White Pipe, and State of Nevada
Notice.—There are delinquent, upon the follow
ing described stock. on account of uH*e**ntent
levied on the 24th day of May, 1*70, the several
amounts set opposite the names of the respect
ive shareholders, as follows.
Nnines. No.Cert. Nn.Hh. Ain’t
llrannan H.*7.50.. $3iM*o
Itrautian H.104.10... . 10.00
Moulton W J I.‘I... 1250. .1250.00
Moulton W J f. Ml.,Vl.... 3n (Ml
Moulton W J i.*-2.20_20.no
Moulton WJL.*3.3 .. 5.«m*
Moulton WJL.loo.25... . 23 no
Hicks John N.17. 5.S ho
Hicks Johu N.1*.5.O.oo
Hicks John N.1«.3.6.IK)
Hicks John N. -J).5-5.co
Hicks John N.21.3.5.00
Hicks John N.22.3.BJM)
Hicks John N.23.5.5.00
Hicks John N.’24.10.. ..10.00
Hicks John N.25.10....10.00
Hicks John N.M.10.... 10.00
Hicks John N.27.10....10.no
Hicks John N.28.10....10.00
Hicks John N.20.20....20 (si
Hicks Johu N.8».20... .20.00
Hicka John N.70... .1(100. .1000 (mi
Hicks John N.77.100. .100.00
Ioimb George W.32.3.5.00
Lamb Owrg*. W.*3.5.5.00
Ijamh George W.31.3.5.00
Lamb George 3'’ . . 3.00
IjMiih George W.id.5.5.00
I All lb George 'V.37.5.3.00
Lamb George 33’.i*.5.3.(Ml
Land) George 3V .39.5.5.00
Ijuidi George 3V.40. 3.5.0(1
Laud) George 3V.41. *■...., 5 (Ml
Lutidi George 33*.42.3.5.*M»
Lamb George 33".43.3.5.00
Lamb George W.44.5.... 3.IMI
Land) George W.43.10....10.00
Lamb George W.4(1.10.... 10.00
Lamb George W.47.10....1O.OO
Land) George 3V.4*.10-10.00
I .and) George 33’.40.It).... 10.00
iAiidi George W..30.10. .. . 10.00
l-stnb George W.51.10....10.00
iAiidt George W. ...52.10-10.(SI
Lamb George 3V.53.HI... .10.00
Lauib George 33’.34.10 ...10.(Ml
Land) George W.50.20... .20.00
Ijimb George 3V.....37.20....203*1
Lamb George 3V.58.‘20 ...20.00
I jamb George W.72... .SQOO.. *100.0(1
Lamb George 33’.*>... 200 200.00
Wells Wm V.HB.50....50.00
3Velle 33’m V.105. 25 . 23.00
Knox 1) F..103_3040. .8640.CS)
Knox 1) F..102-12(H). .1200.00
Hudlam A Jr.101.25.. .’23.<M>
And in accordance with law. and an order of
the Board of Trustee*, made on the 2411' day of
May. 1*70. so many shares of each parcel of said
stock ss may Is* necessary will !*• sold at public
auction at the house or Maurice I)ore to ('<».,
No. 327 Montgomery street, Sun Francisco, State
of Californis, 011 the TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY
OF Jl’LY, 1*70, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. in.
of said day, to pay slid delinquent assessment
thereon, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of the sale.
A. HADLAM. Secretary.
Office: At No. 420 Montgomery street, City and
County of Han Francisco, State of California.
Jyii-td
/ \FFIC’R OF BCUPMR ( ON’MOM
I f DATED MINING COMPANY. 910 Battery
atnvt, ftan FranoiMco, June 90,1870.—'The an
nual meeting of the stockholder* of thin Com
pany will Im» held on HATURMAY, July VKI, 1H70,
at 19 o'clock m., for the election of Trustee* for
the cnsulnu year, and the trauHactlon of any
other hna I tie an that may l*e preaented.
je/7-td HOLON PATTKF.. 8ecre*ry.
.TIM MIT.LKR <!fc CO.
Livery. Sale, Feed & Boarfling Stable,
JyT.tf Cor. Tr#a*tir* and Dunn atra^ta.
Jiflinqurnt
I ATAWANA MINING nun,
1 j AKMMnu-nf No. ■!. '
. ..G, nnp.1,1 up 7„, lnl»l>.
ft* J I, '«
Stockholder*. *2* 5 o » -&•
: i: * |E ?S
: rs • 4
D M IIwMiiu-r.fi ; *
I) M Huamrr.7. “'"on.*J«
I> M Hoaiuer.9 on. (Hi
D M IIoHim-r.10. .. "-in.3.90
1* M Dimmer.13...... in .3.(10
L> M lloMiucr.TniHti el.Hi. hmh,..
1) M Hoamer,!'!untie 1.11. ", ..
D M Hi»Hm<*r,Truntn l,Vi., j(,..
I) M Himmer.TniKti eir,.i. .....
Richard Savage.20... j„'' IV • ■ • ••!»JO
Hi' len d Savage.1«4 ... g<M> J.00
Diehard Ravage.199 .. " inn..
8 A Pont.an_’ m..
H K Holcombe_ 137. in..
M M Baldwin.114 . . . " 1.1 ■ -1-80
M M Balilwlu.149_.40o’“ ai‘«h.1UM
Diehurd II Ravage, lift. -34.80....49.00
P (’onkiln.104 .. 4(H)..
D Caul field.pjH.."' 4,,..
D Walker, MI).1*2*.*.ij,.C.'n
A E Even tt.l;i4 . ... ...
A E Everett.inn .. <m..
William Krug.1»7..... an.2**1
William Krug.Dim....
Wm Krug, Truatee.. 107.... inn.*.'7 W
Wu» Krug. Truatee..197.337.
Wiu Krug, Truatee. .19h. .. 490.
John Clement.141......yn.
A Miirtinon, TruateelMH.. .'434*.■••***[
Charlea C Bowman.. 155. .. ftim’ .°2l*33
I, D Hlmpnon.157... Vs.S*1
Oil Uurt.m.1HO. . ...:t-JH ‘".oils
Uotts ft Wisv.175.... vff-*
OFMcDermot.17d_ inn .
H Heyileiifelilt.181.
Cliss W.lltiigtuu, 1 .H*®0
Truetw.j •>«.077.100JB
Ch«« Wellington, I
Truatee.. } 134.100.
CUaa Wellington, |
Truatee.( *3".100—.Ud,,
Chaa Wellington, t
Truatae.j 191.. loo .jsoq
T Aroud Charreard. .195.loo...
It K Doran ...-jun -inn .
Trusts.*.| '^5.1410.SOASt
w.™* "imnMWM;
MKMORAStit'M.—July 7 1S70
Colhs trsl from DrlnkliuiuK. „n »h,„, m iu*,
" Conklin, -*
; HoulhsrtJl ■■ JJ'
J'1-1 A mabtinos, “mmn
Assessment llotirrs.
\°tT,,FKf ?.v *"*EN*MK\T. - OF.
At H' Kttf lb* Aurora ConsnlMstrd Silver
Mining It.BtMny. o( wort VmJ
I'tiu- Mining Uislrlct,County of Whit,,pin,. U1 1
Btstr „f N, v»ls. Noth.-ls hlrTl , ’tv.
nt s Mo oting „f ths Trust..-, „f 'slni
l„ 1,1 „n .In- 711, ,1s, „t An!,. ” , „
nient (No. 3) of . mu wo« ha.
Five Dollar* p,.r *h*rw
waa levied upon the capital Btoekof nili
l>any, i*ayabh> immediately, in United m.. '
K'>ld cola, t<* the Secretary, nt the offioa of the
Company, No 419 California *ti»et (Room 5,
Him FraiiciBro, California, Any atook upon whh li
Haiti amwaament nhall remain un|«hl on the loth
day of August, 1K7U, »hall be ditiue«l ileliuqurui
and w ill tw duly ailvertiaed for mU- at pnblte
auction, anil mill **, payment Bhall lie maile he.
fore. Will bo Hold on the FIRST DAY' OF HEP
TEMPER, 1H7U, to pay the ileliuipient wh-mi.
nient. together with eoata of a>l\i-rtialng and ex
im-iii**-* of th«* wile. By order of the Board .,r
'rniHbMU.
(Rigned! M. ATWOOD. Secretary.
Ofhee: At No. 419 California ntjvet iD-x-m.'.i.
Han Fra mi wo, Cali loni la. Jyll td
| KNME \. rOVSOUD lTKI) MINING
• P COMPANY White 1'tne Dtatrirt. Nevaila
Notice in hereby given that at a meeting of th>
Board of Truatee* of nahl < Vunpaoy, held on th*
i<Hh day of Juue, 1*70, an aaM-HHiiietit of
Tea (10) Cuita Per Share
wan h vied upon the capital ntiwk of naid com
panv, payable immediately, in I'nlliil Htate*
gold and stiver coin, to the Secretary. Any
Htia*k u|*>n whirdi (-hid acai-hemeiit nhall remain
unpaid on the 35th day of July, 1H7(, Hhall )
dt-i m> <1 delinuuent, and will be duly advertlMHi
for *ale at public auction, and. unliMi payment
•dial! Ik* math- iN-fora, will In- aold on MONDAY,
tin- 15th day of Auguot, 1970. to pay the -bdiu
tjueut a.wfM-hhnient, together with coata of advet
tiulng and expenaea of eale By onler of th
Boanl of Truateea
J. M B1FFINOTON. Sicretarj
OtRee :i7 New Merchant'M Kxchaiige,(California
atroi t. Ran Francisco, Cal Jyllil
1 .IK % Til K RNTON K MINING COM
I PA NY Location of Work*: White IMne
Mining District, White Pine Monty, State nf N*.
of tin Hoard of | ro-tei n ot Maid Company, lx l-l
on tho Htli day of Jane, 1*70, an aaaeaament of
Twenty '40 Ceuta |>er share
Waa levied uixin the capital slock of said Com
pany. payahl- tmmedlately, in United State*
gold coin, to the Kecr> tory, at the office of the
Comjatny. No. 401 California Greet, Han Fran
riaco, California. Any ebx k upon which aai<l
aaaeaament ahall remain unpaid on W<<1neada>.
the 20th day of July. A. D. 1*70. ahall he deemed
delinquent, and will U* duly advertised for mh
at puldtc auction: and. unless payment ahall U
math* 1* fore, will be sold on Thursday, the 11th
day of Auguat, A. D. 1*70. to pay the dellnquetn
aMM aann-nt, tog* tin r w ith riet» of advertising
and et]K*HMoa of the *ale.
Ily order of the Hoard i»f Tru*U e*
DAVID T. BAGLEY, Seer, tar)
Office No. 4<M California atrw*t, San Franc |aeo,
California. )elH-t«l
1/ V KM NG ST \ It NO. I NILVKM
14 MINING COMPANY.— Ix*r«Uon of Work*
Whlto Pine county, Stale of Nevada. Notl.-e 1*
hen by given that, at a meeting of the Board oi
Tniit«e« nt aaid (Company, held on the l*t day
of June, 1*70, all aa* **ui' lit of
Flaw (A) (!«■!• J»er share
was lev it'd upon the csplfal atock of aaid Com
pany. payable immediately. In 1’nlted State*
gold coin. t«, the Secretary, at the office of the
Company, Room 5. No. Mri Montgomery atreet.
San I random, California. Any atock upon
which aaid assessment ahall remain unpaid on
SATHilMY. the SECOND DAY OF JULY. l«7n.
ahall lx* deemed delinquent, and will la* duly
advi rtiseil for asle at public auction, and unless
psvment shall lx- made before will be aold on
MONDAY, tin TWENTY-FIFTH DAY Ok
JULY. 1*70, to pay the delinquent aaaeaament.
toijetli- r with coata of ad vertlatug and e*peue» •*
of aale Ily order of the Board of Truateea.
WM. II. WATSON. Secretary.
Office RfK.ni 8, No. wrj Montgomery atreet. Hau
Eratiriacn, California. J«4Md
POSTPONEMENT. The .lay for dMOdluf
atock on the above assessment dvllnquentja
hereby ixtafponed nntlt MONDAY, the FIRST
Day OF AUGUST. 1*70. and the Mle thereof
until WEDNESDAY, the TW ENTY-kOl KTII
DAY OF AUGUST, l*7u.
By order of the Hoard of Tmsb-ea.
JyHbl WM. If. WATSON. Secretary
T ATAW ANA MIXING COMPANY
I i Near Hamilton City, White Pine, State of
Nevada. Notice la hereby given, that at a nnsd
tug of the Hoard of Truateea of aaid Company,
held on the ‘id day of June, 1H70, an assessment
of
IA Ceuta per share
waa lcvl»*d upon the eapilal stock of aahl Com
pany, payable Immediately, In Unib-d Stab**
gold and silver coin, to the Secretary, at C.14
Merchant atreet, Room V», Hau Francium. Cali
frinilu. Any stork upon which aaid aaaeaament
shall r» main unpaid on the 14th day of July.
1*70. Khali Ih. do. mod delinquent, and will Ik*
duly advertised for aale at public auction, and,
unleaa (Miyinent shall lx. made bebare, will lx
sold on Haturday, tho nth day of Auguat, l*7o,to
pay the delinquent assessment, together with
costa of advertising and expenses of aale.
By onl«r of the Board nf Truateea.
A. MA11TINON. Secretary.
Office: rd4 Mi-reliant street, Room 98, Han Fran
cIhco, Cal. Jell-td
Summons.
1 N THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE NINTH
I Judicial DUtrict of the State of Nevada, in
mid for the County of Lincoln.
The Htate of Nevada to John H. Phillip*,
greeting: You arc hereby required to appear in
an action commenced ngaiu*t you, a* defendant,
by Laura E. Phillip*, n» plaintiff, in the District
Court of Hu- Ninth Judicial DUtrirt, in and for
the County of Lincoln, Htate of Nevada, at Hiko,
and answt r the complaint therein (which i« on
tile with tho Clerk of said Court), within ten
day* after service upon you of this summon*
(exclusive of the day of service), If served
in said County <>f Lincoln, or twenty days It
served out of said County, hut in the Ninth Ju
dicial Diatrict of the Htate of Nevada, or fort)
days if served out of said District, hut within
the State, or judgment by default will be t*kr»j
against yon, according to the prayer of the sain
complaint.
The said action 1* brought to obtain a decree
of said Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing lietween you ami plaintiff, on the
grounds of your failure for the term of two year*
j to provide her with tho ouinuum necessaries of
I life— such failure not aridug from poverty on
j your part which ordinary industry could not
1 avoid; and also on the ground of extreme cruelty
tow ard plaintiff on your part -as set forth tu the
1 complaint now on file In thta office. And if you
■ fail to answer the said complaint, the aahl
' plaintiff will take Judgment for the relief prayed
I for In the complaint and for costa of this action.
Given under my hand and the seal of the said
1 Conrt, this Rth day of July. A. D. 1870.
4NO. D. GORIN,
(Bkaf..] Clerk of the District Court.
Ninth Judicial District, Nevada.
I MM'cut Nevada Htate Revenue Stamp. |
, Jyia-lttwfiw
i. o.o. r.
Hamilton lodor, it. d„ i. q. o. »*..
meets evtry SATURDAY EVENING at Ms
I sonic Hall, Treasure street. All Brothers in
1 good standing are Invited to attend.
J MARCH ANT, N. J.
R Hamum. R, H ap‘17-«

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