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WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS. PI'RI.IMtiri) KVr.BY MORNIKO KX< tVT MOUDAV-M FORBES & CO. W. I. bMM. W. II. Frr* Hronn. Term* of Hulocrlptlon. One copy, our year, per mail.ltd W) Oiirteopy, oil month*. per mail. 10 W Our ropy, three mouth*, per until. <1 B4r N«hm fiinranled until paid for. Dell vend at SO cent* jar week, by the ear rU-r—to whom payment must lx* inad« JOB P It 1 H T ISO! The New* Job Oftrr In now eupplied with an efrellent stuck of type, lamli re. press#-*. paper. , unis, and other materia?* ami facilities for good job printing. Additional material* an arriving, ami we ask the attention of imr irb-mi* ami the public to the fact that all job printing ran lx- batidaomrlv ami < via dt tioimlr done at tbl* office. BY TELEGRAPH ! 3p*dji*» At Whit, nu rifly THE WAR IN YUSOPE! Paris Alive with Troops < IVII. IVTttllOlHNK BKTWKKN FRANCK AMI PHI SHI t AT AN KNI» I The Emperor Scouts all Thoughts of Peace! MOVINC UPON THE RHINE ! The following continuation of yester day's dispatcher him just lieen received. Yesteidav* n< wr ix confirmed, nndelnbo rnlcd: 1’ai:im, July 15—noon. Tho Bourn* in flat—rentes. tf5f. 00o. There is great agitation In re. Many demonstration* in furor ot war mad** l»v tin people. During the night, crowds of student* and others paraded the streets and Umle vur Is, shouting: * Vive la gnerre !' ‘ Down with Prussia'' He. Persons who pro tested were hissed and insulted. Tin* police did not mterfere. Tie crowd stopped at the Prussian P.i id sissy, and shouted insultingly. It is asserted that the Prussian Am liiishudoi leaves Paris to-day. Austiia continues to profess neutrality, unless a thitd Power intern lies. It is reported on the bent authority that an angry interview occurred to-day be tween the Dinpernr and Prime Minister OiUvicr, growing out of the latter’* kuown disposition for pence. The Ktnperor vio lently denounced Ollivier * effort* in this direction. Movement* of troops towards the IJIon*- frontier arc incessant. Kastern France U ab*oJ»iudy olive with soldier*. The troops which haic hitherto garri soned Paris have gout-, and raw recruits arc slowly replacing them. Ambulances and caissons throng the city On their route to tin- Hast. The excitement is very great. The disposition is for war. by all classes. Kentca advanced to (hi. LiWrite report* that great Isslies of troops started last night for the frontier, and the Fniperor will ■-non take the fold in person. Activity in the Navy. Preparations at different naval sta tions are on a similarly large scab . It is generally believed here that w.n w ill W dccl.m d. The Xorth (lermnn (la/ette has a dis patch from Etna to-day, giving particu lars of the withdrawal of Hcnedetti. It seems he accosted the King of Prussia while the latter was drinking the water*, demanding peremotorily his intention in the pending imbroglio, lie was there fore immediately dismissed. The same papei says there is mnch activity at Prussian ports, which are be ing put in a state of defense. Vonrteeu iron-clads and frigates are ready to at art from Brest and Cherbonrg. An extra edition of The Constitntionncl is just issued, nt noon, announcing that Prance accepts the war which Prnnsbt offers. w LATER. The declaration of war has lieen an nounced in the Corps Legialatif. FROM LONDON. July 15. The news is more warlike again to-day. The feeling on ’Change is one of dis trust, and prices of securities are gen erally nt the lowest point yet reached. At Paris, nt hull pnst I last night, the Bonrse was excited, and rentes fell to C»7f. At Frankfort, V. H. 5-‘2ft bonds closed yesterday at ns. against ftfl, the usual price. At London, on 'Change, this forenoon, stocks and foreign securities opened tint nnd nominal, at a heavy decline. LONDON—LATER ! Stocks and all securities are tint and nominnl. Breadstuff excited and ad vancing. it is reported that the PrusMiau Gov- , ernment itself demanded ot Franco the recall of Benedetti, and that the Euro pean Powers yesterday united in a pro test agniimt the implacability of Prussia, j |'Ut without effect. The excitement was intense all day. Business nt a stand, ftnd commercial ((notations nominal. eoplc collected in gronps in the streets, discussing tho news. A Madrid correspondent predicts that Cordoba *** 55eorvilla or l ather (lunz/.i arrived in Puris, en 10,1,0 to "Mend the Evangelical Council. a. . Livrrpooi., July 15. > uips Silver (’loud and Badingu have nrrlrcil Tron, s„„ Fmiiciwo. », ... Hkm .in, July 15. 1 lie King returns here to-rlav. Great excitement lu-re. Later from Paris.* Paris, July 15. After a council nt the Tuileries, the Ministers accompanied the Emperor to St. Ciond, where the council lasted far into the night. Werther was about stalling for Kins yesterday, when a Prussian member ar rived with counter orders. Marshal liandon has gone to Algeria, to command that province in place of Mack. Gaulois says Minister of Austria, at Berlin, is in Paris, and held an interview with the Emperor. It is repotted tlint the Emperor re eeived a dispatch from Queen Victoria, this afternoon, making a last appeal for peace; and a similar one was sent to the King of Prussia. A prod mintion, signed by Napoleon, is prepared for distribution throughout the German Btntcs as soon as the French troops cross the frontier. It assures the people that France is at war against Prussia—not against German—aud with no idea of conquest. An enormous nuro !>er of copies printed. THE CAUSE OF THE WAR. Paris, July 15. The war is declared on the following causes; First—Insult offered Benedotti, and its approval by the Prussian Government. Second—Refusal of the King to compel the withdrawal of Leopold's name as a candidate for the Spanish throne. Third - The fact Unit the King persisted in giving the Prince liberty to accept the crown. The declaration concludes that the extra-constitutional changes in Prussia awaken the hlnmlieriug echos of 1814. ' Let us cross the Rhine, and avenge the insults of Prussia! The victors of Jena survive!’ FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, July 15. The Speaker laid before the House a dispatch just received from Paris by the Associated Press, announcing the decla ration in Paris Constitntionnel that in consequence of the insult offered to the Frcm n Minister at Berlin France accepts the war which Prussia offers. [Sensa tion and indications of satisfaction, j The House Conference Committee on Indian Appropriation hill recommended concurrence in Senate amendment, with condition that it does not affirm or deny any powers of the Senate over Indian treaties. Agreed to. The President has recommended to Congress to postpone adjournment of Congress, in view of European compli cations. Frelinghnysen is confirmed -40 to 3. Washburn*, of Me., confirmed Register Laud < Office nt Lewiston. The executive session of the previous evening continued till 3 o’clock this afternoon. >i nnio ng.nn mei at ;» o cincic, aim a went into executive session. The House passed Senate bill amenda tory of the bill granting land to Oregon for ft tuilitnry rood from Albany to the eastern boundary of the State, allowing a change of route. The House refused to concur in Senate amendment to bill appropriating $"»,000, 000 for certuin expenses, nnd committee j of conference appointed. The President signed the tax. tariff, and funding bids last night. The Indian lhircuu has the following telegram from Colonel Chambers: 4 Port PettemiAn. Inly 11. RedClund and sixty lodges of Sionx came bpre yesterday, and left to-day, with the determination of in ducing all Indians in the Country to make peace. He goes from here direct to the Cheyennes and Arnpahoes.' The Committee of Conference on the Indian Appropriation bill lias agreed to a report. The nruonnt is abont the same as propos* d by the Senate-$(!, 000,000. They have avoided the point in dispute Iwtween the Houses namely, Indian treaties of *f»7 and ’tiH. made by Sherman and the Peace Commissioners, by neither affirming nor denying their validity: a proviso being agreed uj>on that nothing contained in the bill shall be takeu nor held to affirm the validity of the treaties. in tlie House, the President’s message was referred to the Committee of Ways and Mentis, together with resolutions relative to free ships offered by various Memlw-rs. After a recess. Blair, from that committee, reported it inexpedient to extend the session. ftcheuck. from the minority, reported a bill authorizing for a limited time, registration of foreign-huilt iron vessels. A resolution had meantime bean voted down, authorizing the President, in view of the Kuropean war, to prevent any attempt to seize Cuba during the recess, by recognizing the revolutionary party as a de facto Government. Reports from the Ways nnd Means Committee discussed at length. Finally a motion to table them was negatived — 72 to Wi. Without further action, House ad journed sine die. EFFECT OF THE EUROPEAN NEWS. The Kuropean news produces much excitement in ami about the Capitol. The President, Cabinet nnd Congress men share in the interest. The President to-day nominated Ar thur McArthur, of Milwaukee, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. NEW YORK NEWS. The Markets. Nkw York, July 15. Cotton (lull—tending downward. Flour active—15(<r 25c. higher. Wheat 2(if flc. higher. Corn firmer and higher. Beef and pork dull—unchanged. The Gold Room. Intense excitement in the gold room. Telegrams that Prussian ports will he bombarded immediately: that there! is great excitement throughout Germany: that Prussia is massiug troops: have fol lowed in quick succession. Gold ut this hour, 115\,(c 3 h. Money easy, I and 5. Exchange dull nominal Government securities unsettled, and oft’. Pacific Kailwav mortgages declined heavily, on 1 the European nows: I’niou’s, H2* *(« % ; Central’s, m7(a *4 . Police Huperiutemh nt Jourdan is about to resign, because inade(]iintely supported by subordinates. The funeral of Francis Wood, the Or angeman, was attended by an immense crowd. Six hundred police preserved perfect order. James Hand, convicted of robbery of Levi Harris, is saved a sentence of many years to State Prison, by capture of the really guilty party known as * ltcd .!<•< ’ —whom he greatly resembles. The European news occasioned a com motion among the Fenians, who are said to l»e making preparations to assist in Ireland. Gold, Ballhtom, X. Y., July 15. The jury in the ease of Wilbfck re turned s verdict of not guilty. THROUGH THE WHEAT. nr aeiiEM t riaicv. when my In art aud I were young. We wandered, restless. by mi and strand, , And lingered a little space among The grassy valleys of Hwitzerlaud; Whan watchful summits forever frown. Through blue air slanting, clear ami keen. Wearing proudly their icy crown, While happy hamlets smile between; Where rapid torrents rejoicing run, Is-aping the cliff* in streugth and pride, Like Huow-white ribi**ns, in wind and suu. Fluttering down the nionntain-side; Where smoke*like cloudings ot tender him Dapple the slopes in sunny spot*. And *w««tly change ou u m arer vk« . To drift* of fairest forget-me-not s. Often at eve, when the sun was low. And the mountain shadows grew dark and vast, I watched the cottagers, wending slow H< one to rest when their toil wa* past. Two walked lovingly, aide by aide. speaking softly, a* lovers H|s*uk He with an air of manly pride, she with a blmdi on her sun-browned ehei k. Hand in baud, through the evening ml They went—through the shadows damp and sweet — rhoo*ing a narrow path that led On and ou Uiruugh the grow ing wbetit Sunset touched bin. with rosy light. Hun set bright* lied lu-r loosened hair — !*• air and plain, they were fair to sight. For youth and low are forever fair. And often as *uuset charm* the air— Fur the tine- and scene an- vanished now — I think of that loving, simple pair. And wouden-il whether they kept their vow - Whether under s*»uu- nn»*sy roof, Thetr Wedded spirit* serenely bl< nt. They weave the even warp and w ool Of their quiet lives iu calm content; Or whether they parti-d in scorn and wrath. A* myriad lovers have done before. And choosing each u separate path. Wen- thence divided fon-vermon . Or whether still, a*across tie land The iiewo shadows grow damp and sweet. Perennial lovers, with hand in hand. They walk, knee-deep, in the growing wheat. AN ARABIAN KNIGHT A TALE OF LOVE AND LARCENY. BY M’X YOMT* A. Hesitation ha« ceased to lie n virtue. The thrilling incident I nin about to ventilate was to have occurred next Christmas, and within the boutidaricH of this Oriental bailiwi k I can hold it no louder, and tbomforo scatter it to the four winds. If this determination will bring lue poAco of mind nnd sleejiful nights, my labor and temerity will l»c amply rewarded. Let the curtain bell be lung then, lien Hasson Error-fud is a Pacha of many tails nnd of Snltanic descent. As a prothonotary lie ban no equul in the inaguiticent Court of Mnstapba Abou Hen Heatti. Hut it is in liis nice dis crimination and just appreciation uf female lw-anty that lie excel.* In his ccttstinimatc knowledge or lovi ly woman lie rank* with the renowned Mohanitd Pump Ali, bis royal grandfather, who sported, in his seraglio, n harem of seven or eight hundred of the fairest dowers that ever budded in the steppe* of Cau casia or bloomed in the soft and pie tnrsqne uplands of Georgia. A critical friend of mine, who had clandestinely gained entrance to thfs spn cions tomb f living beauties, in the exuberance of liis ndmiration of the voluptuous encamp ment, wondered at the wilderm sg of loveliness cuuglit in the old sensualist's magnificent trap, and in a tone of sym pathy designated them as • chiseled nyiuphs of Pliydian jw rfeetion.' The reader will therefore not marvel much when 1 say that in nil mutters per taining to the lair sex. Hen Hassan's judgment is law. and that hence women are all stnllea and naivete when he is around. Hut, to our tale: On ne.xt Christmas, lien, with all his finesse in matters of love, committed an error from which he can never rally. He had been paying his attentions to an arch brunette, whose olive tint and piercing jet eyes, l»etrayed lor Italian extraction. lie felt for this classic beauty perhaps the first real sentiments of love that ever impressed themselves on his marble heart. As the Christian holiday approached, our Mussulman hero turned his hack upon Mecca and wurtued toward Jerusalem. His knrnti lmd already become maty, and lie began to seek consolation in the majestic tra ditions of the Apostles, Sht willed it hr succumbed. It had been heralded throughout the bailiwick of Mustapha Alton Ben Jh utti that the Christian Subbatli would l*e celebrated with wine and dance ami roundelay at Hhennanopohs. and Hen Hassan liesought his fair inamorata to accompany him to that great festival. She yeaaed. Hut it so happened that the gay pro thonotsry was the guest of a first-class hoarding-house, whereat resided a w hole bevy of blooming maidens. In the in tensity of a new passion, he fell in love with one of these charming beauties, and a party was made up to spend the festi val at Hhernmnopolis. A deligence was chartered, and the time hud almost ar rived for departure when Ben Hassan bethought him of his previous engage ment. He had time to frame a plausi ble story and call on his first love. He had business of urgent importance, which called him id once out of town. Could slic forego the engagement this time? She could; hut she suspected. As he departed from the door of her wigwam ho heard her soft musical voice trilling a madrigal that fell on his tym panum like molten lead: • Ik'11 HnhhaH im flOKIO, 1 irar— Ill'll HtlMMUl *8 inrOllKtRUt t<> Ul< ' ff fa)mi* lie 1) pay for It tlcsr Lir, Ik-n llihsm, »>U never to me! * •(lit tin, there! Whoa! yon Josh!’ ami Hen H assail rode away, Heated be side bis beautiful blonde. The fascination ami the elite of the Country for miles round were enjoying themselves in the magnificent pleasure grounds (tf Khermnnopolis. leed sher vots and fruits from the golden vales of far-off Cathay were dispatched by the assembled multitudes. Scon the lutes and cymbals of Mustaplm's royal band signalized that the grand pavilion had been cleared for tin' dance. Thither our hero and his duleinca repaired and ns- 1 sumed their position in the set. Talc, trembling and inert. Hen Hassan worried through the quadrille, for his vis-a-vis was the haudsome brunette whom he hnd so foully deceived! Her form hovered around him during the whole of that long, long night of execra ble pleasure. He alone saw the vengeful flashings of that retributive eye- -he alone felt that he had trifled w ith the a flections of a woman w ho could not Ik* thrown aside for nuother with impunity. He alone saw that the pent-up wrath of forty thousand Xoutippce raged iu that forsaken and volcanic breast. Did she seek him out and pull his * bar?’ No! Did she dance the cancan, and aim at him the insulting 'pas d'indignution?' No! did she * cuss ' him in tones of un leashed thunder before her complacent rival? No! It was her intensity of sup pression that mused Ben Hassan to feel sonic unknown uiul impending evil. lie know sin* meditated a deep—an awful — a Florentine revenge. At length Bhti*bus tinted the mountain top with crimson glint*, and the weird melody of the drowsy baud blended its cracke 1 echoes with the jnbilaut voices of the dispersing revelers. Bon Hassan and his partner h iu vied through the dense crowd to his chartered vehicle. But what must have been his astonishment when lie found liis sent in the possession of the woman whom he had so basely l>e trayed! It was with a very different feeling from that which animated Captain Maclieath. be ascended the box of the driver and warbled • Huw happy I M In*, with t'nllii r elmrwr uway: Some meu would have bundled the , bold iutruder into the road; but across Ben s C'hesbrffeldiau mind, no such coarse and uugentleumuly thought flash | ed. There was room for Xn. 2. but not for him. He mounted the hurricane deck, the whin cracked, and the anxious steeds headed for home. . • Ben sat beside the dn/et in a dreamy uii-t of meditation. A Mono tinu he i.-v elfd iu the delicious lanmMbrance of the moments »i»ent in the society of hia new love; but anon would come reproaches for his nngallant betrayal of No. hand an unpleasant feeling that she would get even with him. Htmhus of conscience mingled with his new enchantment, and a dread of something after the ball—a misty qlamonr of a beautiful fairy in white-, intorblcnded with an avenging angel, in itafamUhe*, took possession of him. Ben, indeed, realized that the pangs of despised love might culminate in terrible consequences. As he was trying to whistle up liis courage, his ear was suddenly Assniled with a loud, shrill, piercing shriek—a long, sharp, agonizing scream, at which the very cavuses took fright. * Stop, driver, stop!' came from within. * There is a dying woman here!’ shout ed another. 1 Help, Ben Hassau, help!’ thundered a third. Ben jumped from the lx»x, and in a second took in the whole situation. No. 1 bail fainted. She had succumbed to | the studied deceit of the man who had so flagrantly lietrayed her. She was over come with suppressed iudiguutioii, and had fallen into a spasm of unconscious hysteria. Xo time was to be lost. She | must have air. Bulling out his knife, quick ns thought, lie plunged it into her robe, and laid her breast open to health ful ventilation. Water, water! tjuick!' he cried. There was nothing of liquid kind, but a flask of whisky, in the party. Ben ! poured it on her breast, sloshed it over her face, dashed it iu her eves, and tub bed the poor lady until signs of returning respiration were visible. She remained iu a state of coma until her residence was reached, when she w as packed to her room by the frightened lien Hassan. A doctor was summoned, 1 and the shamefully wronged lady was restored to consciousness. She looked i at the doctor, and glanced wiidlv around the room. She then put her lily white hand w ithin the bosom of her dress, and suddenly broke forth in a rhapsody of words: AH, Ua; Hue exclaimed, * I see it all. You, air. are a gentleman ami a doctor. You will bear witin aa that I have been robbed. Mv watch, ns you may sec. is gone!' The doctor wav no watch, and very naturally agreed that it was goue. ‘ Doctor, who was in this room when you entered/' • No one but lien Ha»san. replied the perplexed medico. ‘ Aha! Then 'tin he!' * He—who—what'/’stammered ihc man of medicine. Why. that wretch in human form that thing too vile to name that, that — lb n Hassan Error-t'nd! •('aim yourself, dear madam,' he said in a tremulous tone, thinking he had a first-class lunatic to deal with. 4 Wind has lien Hassan done'/ Done!' she echoed; ‘done! she* screeched. 4 He slighted and deceived me, the insinuating wretch; and now he has added another infamy to his ignoble liebavionr by—stealing my watch!’ The situation was liecomir.g serious, and the doctor took advantage of the en trance of a female friend to make him self senreo. sKVKN DAYS l.ATKlt. 1 have just returned from the building wherein malefactors arc nuietly immured, and have had a mournful interview with Hen Hassan. Notwithstanding he is j aware of the full extent of his crime, he hears himself with an effrontery which is astonishing. 1 wished to assure my self that he was not the guilty wretch he was charged to Ik*, and asked him the time of day. Il«- drew o buiy'a with from his vest and I beheld the proof of his damning guilt! 1 left him to his fate: but sheil a tear to the memory of his bet ter days, and never expect to see him again, this side of ('arson. MKYKX YK V1.S l.ATKll. Seven years have elapsed since the eventful Christinas of which we write. Our vigilant detectives have just fer reted out the real culprit who appro priated the missing watch. It was not the innocent Ben Hannan! [‘ ’Ha!' by the supes.] It was in fact nobody. It turns out now that the lady—who is a wife and mother—during her parox ysms iu the stage, on the day of the sup posed robbery, had secreted the watch in out? of her stockings, and accidentally i found it yesterday. The hands on the dial marked the hour of N, so that no I doubt can he had of its identity. The discovery lias le-instated lien Hassan Error-fud in the confidence of ; the people of the Bailiwick, and I am as sured that Mnstapha Abou Beattie will ; recall him to his old position of pro thonotary. Beil looks older now than he did on that eventful morning. Besides his glossy black ringlets are clipped short in the style which obtains at the Hot Springs. His face shows but few lines of its former manly beauty, although his chock is as extensive ns ever. He will doubtless marry the other girl, as ho is reputed to have saved a heap of money during his seven years of retire ment from fashionable society. There w ill he a fitness of things in this union, for the girl also is older now than she , was. She has been chased much by importunate lovers, but she never let her chaste thoughts stray from Ben Ilassan, ! even wheu surrounded by lords ami knights who vainly sought her hand on bended knee. This thing stops light here, only we , run not help thinking that woman's ro venu* is deep and inexorable. A DOG 8 REVENGE. TKIlllIllC COMBAT W ITH A OKOBlilA MASTIFF —A FIOBT FOB LIFK OK MATH. (From the Xrwiiiaii iliiHirKim Hi an 1«1 ] K. Douglass, of this city, was recently the owner of a mastiff, which he had raised, and which was about two years and a half old, and. no doubt, the lnreest dog in the county. On Monday evening Mr. Douglass was attempting to drive some chickens into his garden, but the dog occupied the gate and would not let : them pass him. Mr. Douglass ordered him away, but the mastiff would not obey until his owner had thrown several rocks at him, when he took refuge under the kitchen. In a moment more Mr. Doug lass saw his dog with lean steps and glaring eyes advancing slowly toward hiui for tight. Our friend, seeing that ho could not stop the dog hy words or gestures, at once prepared to defend himself, as flight was impossible. As soon as the dog was near him he arose on his bind feet and attempted to seize Mr. Douglass hy the throat. Then en sued a combat between the man and dog of nl>out ten minutes duration, and which for fierceness scarcely has a parallel in such encounters. Mr. Douglass firs* threw out Ins left arm, which the dog bit considerably near the wrist, and with his right hand caught the infuriated brute by the throat, and as soon ns his loft hand was released from the grip of the dog ho seized his under jaw with it. Knowing from every circumstance that the combat would be a lengthy one, as soon as the first excitement had subsided, Mr. Doug lass ordered his family to elose every door of his dwelling nut oue, toward which lie gradually but slowly drew the dog. Before leaching the steps in front of the open door, the dog had for a short time partially disengaged himself and bit Mr. D. severely on the left thigh. By this time our friend became calm and collected, aud promptly seized the dog by the under jaw and throat, and then began to draw the brute toward the open door. Finally he had reached the door steps, which were about five feet high, and began tD walk np them backward, and when at the top lie, by summoning all his strength, and by oue violent effort, threw the dog to the ground on his back Before the animal could ro | cover his feet and ascend the steps, Mr. D. had entered the house and closed the open door. The mastiff showed every disposition to renew the barite, and made frantic attempts to enter the win dows. At last finding ingress imiiossible, he took his position and watched the door closely for Mr. D„ and manifested i)}' iiis anion luai no wouiu niiacK inin again if lie entered the yard. In the nu autime, the Rev. Mr. Hull, a neigh bor, came to Mr. lh's rescue (the dog showing no disposition to molest any one but Mr. Douglass), and with his gun shot the dog twice and killed him, great ly to the relief and safety of our towns man, who was closely besieged within his own house. We may state, in con clusion, that Mr. Douglass owes his safety to his great strength, being a man of two hundred pounds weight and of proportionate muscular power. Our friend was entirely unarmed; and al though during the combat his servants brought him liis gun, the enconntei was so terrific that he has unable to use tire arms. Rankers, NiSftuim, tftr. THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. CAPITAL, $0,000,000. WHITE PINE. JOHN A. PAXTON...1.A44KNT. IIamii.tox Am \< V.W. P. WlLl.ARiV, CUMTIKR. splits AliENCY OF THE BANK OF I CALIFORNIA receive* Deposits, re payable on demand, either i>n Open Acrount or oil Cert I He me* of Deposit, imiuMe (at the option of the holder ) either .it the mIiOTi* Ofllcr or In Nan Ki aiicUrn. 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O I l 'lf !•: S : 413 Montgomery street.Han Francisco Railroad Depot.Elko At Reilly k Woixlberry'i*.Hamilton 1XORWARPINO CHAROEK. I'NTIL FCR 1 THER notice, ONE DOLLAR PER TEN. 0Alice of TV nchev. Wines k C.i.’s FnM Fr. Cdd. at Elko. For fqiccial contracts, set ID. -A.. MEYENDORFF, Agent, tin tit I! I on. Contracts made for freight, nnllion received and sliipjM'tl, at the lowest rate#, either to Hon Francisco or New York. jj 4-tr Agency for the Sale of QUICKSILVER FROM THK NEW ALMADEN MINES, -IS AT THE— Agency of Bank of Calllfornia, jyl:: XX 111 lit on . -If TO PROSPECTORS OF THIN A XI) 0UT8ID E DIStRlCTB. With iucraasrd machinery, wc are now Sivpared to work from 5 to id tuns of ore per ay. at prices as low as the larger mills. For Sale.—A general assortment of Assayers Tools, Muffles, Crucibles, Chemicals, etc. BRADSHAW k Co., Assayers. Main street. Hamilton, opposite Rod Wheeler's. Jell-jin Uru ftooils,' c^tr. The Spring Campaign has Opened! J. COHN & BROTHER Have Rallied their Forces and are now X 3XT T XX B FIELD, BRADY FOB ACTION. Htc.ii Winter frowns have passed away, And beauteous Spring return* once mure. VTtth radiant smile* and colors gay. Proclaiming Winter s fashions o’er. The skies an- bathed in dr-ept r blue, j The soaring clouds are purer white. While seems re-creat' d new A paradise for man’s delight; Hut the kindly garb that nntur< wears, It' xplrlldi lit though it Is-. Ts not bnlf so dazzling to the eye AS THE NEW SPRING STYLES •lllHl received Mt I lie MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM — OF — J. COHN 80 BRO., Main Ptrcet, third door bolow Dunn, lmrn.TON. xey OUR SPRING STOCK — OF — CLOTH I ISTO IA OF THE NEWEST AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY FOB THIS MARKET. AND UNEQUAL F.D FOB EXTENT AND VARIETY ANYWHERE ON THE COAST. O TJ XX PniCES A U F. ASTONISHINGLY LOW! We have determined In run A LIVELY OPPOSITION TO \LL CLOTHING STORK*, j And luiv. mad. TUEMENDOI S RCD! CTIONS in our price*. WF. CHALLENGE COMPETITION, And hid Defiance In the World. We offer rare indiicenu nt* to all m want of Clot lkl njf, I-'Mini oiling Good*, rudmtrar, llonlit mill Shoe*, Hal*. TjhiiUs Vulines etc. And proclaim, in accent* wild, that immense bargain* are to be had at the CLOTHING KNPOmr M J. COHN & BROTHER, Who are tl»r only clothing deal* ru not to be contr.dl. il. Do n't forget the phuri: Main Street, third door lielow Dunn. •I. COHN IIROTIILH, JpfLif Hamilton. n. i.i.wi* a co., h. I.i:\mf, Pioche .Ely. AnMin. N.y. it. lewis 4 to.. Hamilton. PER PACIFIC RAILROAD, DIRECT FROM NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. H. LEWIS & CO. tmw RTnEirr, Hamilton, Nov. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OEALERS IN CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, H ave jest received the largest . and BEST SELECTED STOCK —(■>!' SUMMER GOODS —ON 'I HE— PACIFIC_COAST. Having perfected their arrange . MKNTH with Eastern llnnse*. are now Importing their floods from NEW YORK, IIIUIXT, anil offer to hdl them CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST, Cessimer Suits, Dress Suits, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Blankets, Trunks, Valises, And a stork of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Also. a WC-ll selected stink of LADIES’ FANCY DRY GOODS, Wit h win be : old at Cost Trice, (live us a call. JJIbtf IMPROVED AMERICAN FAN. HMIE rXDKKSKlNKD OFFERS FOR SALE A an improved Fan for Smelting Furnace** or for forcing air into mines, etc., which far sur pasM« sun thing now in u«e for quantity of blast, and is equal in force to the celebrated Htetofeldt Fan. It 1* durable, ami easily h, t up by any | onliuary man; uml as the motion in only from j 700 to 800 revolutions i*er minute, for an onii- I nary blast, it taken t o more power than those 1 imported. Price, $125. With patent oiler,$131 *o $1*1. Apply to (HAS. LA ME MAN, Rum.. U \ Co,’a Lumber Yard. Hamilton. Nev. jyll-tf JOSIAH HOSMER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wholesale and IkicN dealer in Flour, Grain, Provisious, BUTTER, ECCS, &.C., SlC. PIOCHK CITV, Ely Dlatrlet, Wv. Fire-Proof Warehoose Attached. Goods Stored — Oil — SOLD ON COMMISSION. Best of Reference Given. J. lA.t.t Parferto. PIONEER MARKET OF HAMILTON. CHAS. KARBSTEIM, Proprietor. tlnln <lrrrl, Oppo.Hr R.'l Hhwln'i. I 11ISKST artUTT OK BKliK, POHli ' ami Ml TTON, constantly on bend. Alim, Sausage, Head Cheese, Bologna, etc., At Seasonable Prices! Rendered Tallow, for milling nsc. Fresh Leaf I Aft!. Beat quality Pickled Turk, put up by myself. jyC-tf CITAS. KARUSTLIN. " OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY! PEOPLE’S MARKET! O VKII, MARTIN.Prnprle-iom. §o»n* .. >i». M J.nx cadt'orr ^^Hseef, Veal, Pork, Mutton, etc.. Constantly on hand, and for aali. at Whoh suit or Retail. AT AS I.OW A PRILL a* at any of the Combination Markets. All description^ of ftansage. Heart Cheese, etc., ronataatty on hand. Meats delivered in any part «»f the County, without extra charge. Rendered Tallow, for .Mill and Mining pur poses. Patronise the PEOPLE S MARKET, and you w ill keep the price of beef nf reasonable figures. jylO-tf OPPOSITION IS THE LIFE OF TRADE. BRANCH OF PEOPLE’S MARKET. O’MilL A MARTIN, OFTiiEWnitl People’* Market. Hamilton. lwg*P^f,-yw leave to aunoiuice to the citizens of Wj Tn-nanre City, that they have entab-"*™ nfa linhMl a BRANCH MARKET, on Main rtiv. t. Adjoining Troasr.ro City Drag Store, Where they intend to keep on hand, at all times, Mu* BEST MEATS aflbrded by any market in : White Pine, and at pric* h which will put to idiaiue the old monopoly price# heretofore charged in TrwMiiti City. ( jE C»i\e 1LH a call and you will find BETTER BEEF, and at LOWER PRICES, than over before : offered ou the Hm. O’NEIL a: MARTIN. | jeSl opposition Market, Troasnr. City. CITY MARKET, a Main Wreel, • low Wells. Fargo k On.’s Office. Hamilton. Nevada. 117HERE THE BEST MEATS OF AM, ? T kinds are (o be had j;t all times - ml in superior style to any market in the city. Also—SAUSAGES, of the l#»st quality, made ! iii the 1m st style of the art. The proprietor begs leave to inform the riti reus of Hamilton, and the public generally, that I he has no interest in the much talked-.-! inn. I nopoly—If there ever was such a thing—but is here to sell meats of the best quality to the pub lic at the most reasonable rates. JelR-lm JOE BOOS. Proprii-tur. Applications for Patent. Application for Patent. XOTIC E .YO. ??. ItKon*TF»*M Office, I Ai'stin, Nevada, April 28th, 1870. i T^TOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE a.1 Mukwonago Mining Company has this day filed in this office a diagram, together with n notice of Application for Patent from the United States, nmlcr Act of Congress approve .1 July 2Utli. lHCii;, for Eight Hundred fni of the Golden Lode, known as the Mnkwouago Miniug Company’s claim, situated In the White Pine Miniug District, White Pine County. Nevada, and more particularly il< scribed as follows: Be ginning at a point whence the southeast corner of the survey made for thu Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, on tho Aurora Loth Ix nrs S. 11 1. degrees W.dilO feet, thence running N. IT degrees E. dOO feci: thence S. 78’j d. - greea E. 800 feet: Ihenco S. 11 . degrees W. .‘Mai fi • t, and thence X. 78!... dt grees W. *00 fret to the place of beginning, and containing H\. Acres and fifty-one one-hundredths of an Acre (5 51-lUU seres) of Land, ciubnu mg said lode, and one huudrcd feet on each side thereof. Said claim is bounded on the west by the Aurora Con solidated Silver Mining Company. Aurora Lode. GEORGE T. TERRY. nmd-DOd* Register. Application for Patent. NATICK NO. »ft. RrmeTKit'* ftrni r. \ Austin, Nevada. April 2*. 1s7o t VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'l if AT THE lA Muk won Ago Mining Company lias this il»> filed in this office a diagram, together with n notii*® of Application for Patent from the fulled states, under \ct of Congress approved Julv *«h. 1H6«, for Eight Hundred Feet of the Mount Veruon Lode, known os the Mukwonago Minim: Company’s claim, situated in the White Pin. Mining District. White Pine County. Nevada and lm.re particularly described as follows; lie. ginning at the southeast comer of tlm survey nude for the Aurora Consolidated Silver Minim Company, on the Aurora Lodr, the same beiim the nortke ust corner of the survey made for the South Aurora Silver Minina Compauv, thence running N. 11V- degree* E. .MiO feet: thence s. 78S degrees E. nOU feet: thence S. 11 \ degrees W. 300 feet, and thence X. 7h'* degrees W . 800 feet to the place of beginning, and containim: Five Acres aud fifty-one cne-humlredths of an Acre (."» ''1-100 acres) of Land, embracing said h«d«\ and one hundred feet on each Ride thereof. Said claim is bouudt d on the west hjr the Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, Aurora Lode. GEORGE T. TERRY. tna3-90d* Register. U. S. Patents for Mines! F. TACLIABUE, CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Office at the Mining Recorder’s, Main Street, Treasure City. 1 >ABTIES WISHING PATENTS FOR MIXES I in white Pine Count r, can proenro the same ut the shortest notice, and on the most reasona ble terms,l»y applying as above. Orders left with Col. Sabin, in the Mining Recorder's office, at Treasure City, or at The White Pine Xews office in Hamilton, will receive prompt attention. ap28.lt KOPP & COHEN, Opposite St. Nichofas Saloon. MUX STREET, HAMILTON. H AVIN'!. REMOVED TO THE Allot F. limned place, air now prepared to fumDh tin ir customer* with the BEST SHAVE, HAIR CUTTING, AND SHAMPOONING. T„ !«• hi.,I in tUo Stale, AT IIKDI'CI'.D PHIi'l I’urtim vMting \i. will An,l Hii* i!k- n. at,-t Emporium of tlm kin,l in tin- cilv, ami no i*in " ill l>o -far, ,1 to Kl\, .aliFfai tiuii, JeTi-tf FRANK CASTAGNETTO, (Successor to Castagnilto k Borbon.) I)REPARFJt OF COFFEE BY STEAM corner of Tivnsure and Dunn streets, Hum ilti.n. t'HABTQRs, Java. Rtct. and ell kinds of Coffee*, ground aud prepared for the table at his steam mill. lie guarantees hi^ Coffee to be the very purest ami best efibred for sal« in the State of Nevada. JyT-tf $50 REWARD! Lost, Strayed or Stolen ! 'I'llKKE HAY MACK HOKUM. BE-fiA. 1 longing to Hatch k Eiplinger. >rJL\ One large bay horse, weighs about 1 .Qflti lbs. lias a star in forehead. One large bay horse, w ith stripe in far e, and ha* a Spanish brand on left hip. Oiu- bay horse, smaller than the two described above. Any j**rson returning the above horses to Jim Miller'* stable, corner Dunn aud VWa*iur at* . Huiuiltou, a ill receive the above reward. The lio?ee* were last aoen at the White Pine Water Company's spring, je-jo-tf BATCH k K1PUNGFR.