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WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS.
Tuesday, July 18. *870. £ocal agatrUtflnirr. NTOCKIIOliDKHM DIHWTORV. t.«HOiVKUN LEVII.il ASD fKPA D OX WHITE TIME STOCKS. Same of Mine, i Levied.]per SkrI /Viiwyl j Sale. K\rn'K Hear, No 11 Apr.. .41 .05 Ang. 1 Aug. 24 I atiwim.Uun. '21 .1ft July 14 Aug. 6 .2(1 July 20 Aug. 11 .03 July 23 Aug. H .2o July 1 July 22 .10 July 26; Aug. 15 j .00 Aug. lOjRept. 1 MEETING**. K« lipwe Consolidated, July 23. IH7o. at 12 rn., at 210 Battery street, Han Francisco. As Ai'FKctiso Lkctcrk.—Before pass ing sentence, yesterday, ou M. Loon, who had pleaded guilty to larceny. Judge Beatty delivered a high moral lecture on the merciful consequences and economi cal effects of such plena. They were calculated to have a tendency to soften the obdurate heart of justice, nnd to save the county from expense. They enlarged the perforations in the strains of mercy, and in this instance mollified the Court into u sentence of only two years' imprisonment. The learned Judge paused and gave a bemguant look at Flynn, the alleged burglar, who forthwith melted, and uttered a long, enduring plea of guilty. Flynn was fairly caught in this transparent trap, to the great dis gust of his surrounding friends. His case was evidently on© of persecution, and he should have met it like a man. llis innocence could hate been cusily es tablished. for the only evidence against him was a kit of (insentient burglar's tool* found in liis possession, and tho fact that ho w as arrested coming from another man's room, where he had un consciously wandered, while in a state of somnambulism, and taken $164 from a sleeper's pocket. Whilst in this inno cent condition of abnormal dormancy, Flynn was evidently an irresponsible agent suffering under a suspension of reasoning powers— and hence not guilty under some one of the 042 different phases of legality insanity. Flynn is a mistake. He won’t do A Magnificent Dncovkey.—We have the pleasure of announcing n very im portant ledge discovery at an unexpected point on the eastern brow of White Fine Mountain. About s week since, A. It. Biggs, Superintendent of the Jennie A. I’onsolidatcd Company, set men to work to clear away a site for smelting works, to operate in connection with tin* mines of the company. The men cut down a deep facing in tho mountain, about 30 feet from the shaft of the Jentile A., and then dug the ground away laterally for a foundation. ()n Thursday last, as they were leveling off tho hard foundation, they struck into n splendid ledge. In three days—that is up to last Saturday uight—they stripped the ledge a distance of 60 feet in extent, and took out over 50 tuns of first-class smelting ore! It is estimated that there are 100 tuns of similar ore in sight. The led^e is mainly composed of gray carbonate intendiotted with argentiferous galena, carrying a large amount of silver ami of astonishing avoirdupois. The furnace will not go up on that site. Thk Bak. Application was made yes terday to the District. Court, by F.. B. Stonehill. for admission to practice. Kxainincrs wore appointed, and the ap plicant will be put through his paces. In view of the paucity of suits pending, and the general hard times besetting the legal profession, a young man of Mr. Stonehillas versatility must hare a large degree of temerity to hang out his shin gle. Business is so dull now among legal practitioners that vre could name several. even in Hamilton, who are forced to leave some of their bills un paid. When an honorable profession is in this impecunious condition, it should not be adopted as a pursuit by a young man possessed of large financial acu men. Thk Ua< * Scstoay Everybody who could raise a piece was off to the races on Sunday afternoon, at the Three-Mile House, between Travis’ b. g. * Ewer mario' mid Bishop's c. h. ‘Jimmy.’ Distance, 400 yards. The Travis gelding ^ot well off on the start, and his compe titor failed to gather himself to his work until about half the distance was accom plished, when ‘Ewerinario whs some *20 feet in the lead. But ‘Jimmy’ then came down to his work in fine stylo, and reached the score only a foot or two lx> tiind his nimble-footed adversary, losing the race. Mr. Bishop was not n princi pal in this eonteat, his horse having been entered by an outside party. ' Bottled Up ’ at Last.—M.'Loon, the man w ho pleaded guilty to the purloin ing of a quantity of a lot of amalgam from the Big SAioky mill, and who was yesterday sentenced by Judge Beatty to two years imprisonment, is the man Marks who figured in the breaking into of the Catholic Orphau Asylum, at Vir ginia City, some two years since. He . scaped conviction on that occasion, and was well under the eye of the polico Authorities during his sojourn in West ern Nevada. Loon has at last been withdrawn from his ambient flight, and will hereafter soar only within the cir cumscribed limits of a prison wall. A Complete Krr.—Flynu, who plead ed guilty to the charges against him yes terday, was the possessor of a complete set of burglar’s instruments. Ho had an assortment of skeleton and safe keys, such as would have went Hikes into •xtaeies. Jimmies, safe-borers, dark lanterns, steel bits, nippers and every tool an honest hmglar could desire, were comprised in this verv superior outfit. Fikk Alamm.—About 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, the fire bell made things lively in town for a while, by ringing an alarm. It was caused by a dense quantity of smoke and blaze rising from a foul stove pipe in the rear of the Oakland Lodg- ! ing-honse. We will state that the pro prietor was at tho base ball ground play ing nt the time, ho that ho may not be 1 annoyed by idle question* from over-in quisitive person*. 1(a<'£m.—About 150 i crsouH, among whom were tunny liulie*, attended tho ! race*, which took place about three miles : below Sherniantowu, on Sunday after- j noon. Several scrub rimes were rnn by very indifferent stock, but ou some ol ■ which the lotting was quite lively. Tho main race was at 5 p. in., between the k°rs«* of Converse, and Watson's bay mare—tho former winning easily. Instance, 44«» yards. Bullion Mniivhnt -WnIU, Fargo Ar ( u. shipped since our last the fullowiug: •I Win. weighing 320 pound., from Ely, rslnjst at *3,300.37, to tho Hank of Cali lornin, Han Francisco; slso, li liars, 175 pound* value, *8,803.40 same destina- 1 ion; also, froIU th1Mth Aurora mine 2 B1' pounds, value *3,394.35, to.T, ! Jt « Beligtnsu At Co., New Vork. Auii'mn No. 2.- Holly, King A Co, 1 commenced operations on thia mine yes terday, Ujr putting nve men to work. Ore has been already milled from this mine which went up to a satisfactory Bguro, but development was interrupted by litigation, j District Court. Hon. W. II. Beatty, presiding. Monday, July 18, 1870. State vs. James Campbell; obtaining , money under false pretenses. Continued i until to-morr*>vv. and Kittr« 11 included in the defense. In the application of K. B. Hton< hill to practice law—J. C. Foster and Thog. P. Hawley appointed examiners. State vs. Loon. Sentenced to two years in State Prison. State vs. Nat. Furst. Motion to dis miss appeal denied, and defendant sen tenced to pay a fine of $100 and costs, aud that he be imprisoned until fine bo paid for a term not exceeding 04 days. State vs. Flynn. Kittrel) added as at torney for defendant, who thereupon Ideaded guilty to l>oth charges grand arceuy and having burglarious tools iu ** *~n. Sentence to be passed New Hmki.tiso Wouks,—Gov< rimr J. L. Mattcson yesterday put a large force of men to work breaking ground, near the old graveyard, for the purpose of erecting new smelting works. Ho has purchased a large tract of laud from Mr. Walton, together with a Hue spring, which will supply the works with a con stant Htrenm of water. He will erect three furnaces, and purposes connecting w ith the establishment a system ot separ ating vessels. The machinery for the works was to have arrived at Elko yes terday, and in a few days we may look for all the iron woik and the engine re quired for the successful operation of the enterprise. We welcome this new evi- j dencc of confidence in our metalic re- j sources, and hope that it may prove pro- j fit able to its proprietor, as it will cer- j tfdnly prove advantageous to the miners. Governor Mattcson is a substantial rep resentative of Eastern capital, and the | expedition w ith which he has placed in I practical shape bis determination to I carry out the tuiththat is in him. ftSattM h us thnt the enterprise will not fall through if energy and means can make it a suc cess. Committee Miehno.— Tbt coumiit- j teen, appointed by the meeting Saturday i night to further the object of pstabliah ing separating works here, held a very ; interesting meeting last night, and ap pointed sub-committees to take tho pre liminary steps to place the whole matter 1 in practical shapo. The latter will j report the result of their investigations ' and labors to a full committee meeting 1 on Friday night, when both general committees will prepare their report to 1 lay before the adjourned meeting of citi zens to be held on Saturday night. We i may not, just now. divulge the fact* with which we arc conversant, in rela tion to this important movement, but wo violate no secrecy in saying that the project is meeting with the most satis factory encouragement, and that White i Pine will soon present a very difft rent aspect in her legitimate interest* from i what she does now. Goon Tiding*.—Splendid ore has been j brought here within the last hours from mines situated about a milo north ' of Mount Ophir. A sample from the | badger Stab* is now in the hands of the . a Mayer, nud when we hear how much it 1 shows, w«* shall let the public know. A series of throe mines there are pro- j nounced v* ry promising. kHisrrUatifous. PROCEEDINGS Of the t nlon R«*|»ubllritn tttate Cen tral Committee. AT a MEETING OF THE ENION REPEB LICAN State Central Committee, held at Virginia City, June SI, 1870, It wax Rfmilvi d, That a State c<*nv«ntion of the Na tional Enion Republican Party tie held at F.lko on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER TWENTY FUM!'. 1070, to nominate caadidati a for tba fol lowing office*, to wit Governor, Lieutcnant Governor, Reprv (tentative in Con Ere**, Justice of the Supreme Court, Secretary of Stale, Attorney General. Treasurer of State, Controller of stair. Surveyor-General. Superintendent of Pkblio In *tmction, Stale Miueralogint, and Clerk of the Supreme Court, and the transaction of racb other buatnexx a* shall prujxrly come lx I re said Convention. Ou motion. Betkdvrd, That each county be entitled to one D*-1<-Rate at large, one for each <>n« hundred (1001 votes, and one for each frac tion over fifty (Mil cast for the Republican lT*‘*i d< ntial Elector* at the election of ISliH. On motion, Resolved, Ilia! we recommend to the several County Central CYmmiith-e* that tho Primary Election ot L»* legat.•* to b*>th State and County Convention* be held on the 15th day of September, 1k7o, and that at nald election one ; <!• legation lx* elected to Uie State Convention and one delegation to the County Convention. On motion. R«*olv«d, Thai a voter at the Enion Republican iTiniartea hhall poaaca* the following qualification*: lie *hall 1** a citizen of th'* Enited State* and State of Nevada, he Hhall at the time of voting at the Pnmarie■* be a qualified elector and reRixtered voter of the prr cinct in which be offer* to vote, he *hall have voted the Enion Republican ticket, State and National, at the t'eneral election of November. A. D 1 H*i8, or would have done »*> had it been ]x>*nibh’ to vote; be aha!! sole-uinly pledge him self to vote for the nominee* of the Enion Re futblican party at the general election in Nov* in ier. A l). l87o. KcHnlved. That we recommend to the wveral County Central Committee!, that on the day of the iTimary Election for Be legato# to the aev ••ral Conventions, the |>eople be requested to e*. prean their preference for the candidate* for the —TMil offic. a, *fxt< and t untv, h difact vote. Delegate! are apportioned to the aeveral coun tie a ax follow*: Churchill.2 Nye.4 DourUx. 4|Onuaby.ft Esmeralda. 4) Storey.44 Humboldt .. . 4 Wa*boc..10 Lyon. .ft'Elko.8 lender. 11 White Pine.10 Lincoln.2 — Total.95 N A. II. BALL, Chairman Nevada State Central Committee Na tional Enion Republican Party. Jo'28-td C. 0. Battkrmas, Secretary CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. Time Schedule, July I I, 1070. l'aeK gt-r EASTWARD. Train ; Sunday Mixed* Dill} 8X4 • l' 1 San Franciaco.. .L've 8 KM am Itairsi 7.iK»i-m Oakland. •• 8:80 ** » •• . Null Jour. •• 8:116 •• 3.26 «• . Htockton. “ 12:07 rv 8:16 " !. Sacramento.Ar'v 1:60 “ 10KM) " i 7:40 am Sacramento.I.'ve| 2:10 •• ..._1 9:00 “ Marysville.Ar’v 4.00“ .j 1:16 pm Cblco. *• 0:46 “ . 5:20 “ Colfax rL've 5.00 •• i' v j' 4 .-00 “ Reno. " 1.15 am I 5.16 am Wlunenmcca.... “ 9:10“ | *2 1016pm Hattie Mountain. “ 12:00 m I -3 q j 3 60am Carlin. •* 3:10 pm >.2 '10:00“ Elko. “ 4:40 " 1 "a- ; 12:30 PM Kelton. “ 1:80 AM' Q ■£ 7:46 am Ogden.Ar'v! 000 “ , 7 (to " J KijmHaJ'uHs'g. ri WESTWARD. | Train, i Sunday ' Mixed1* Dali y. exrep'd. Ogden.I.'ve flOO PM.*. 600PM Helton. “ 10:42 “|. 1 30 AM Elko. '• 8:45 am. 7:15p»i ' Carlin. “ 10:15 “ . 9:45 “ Hattie Mountain, “ 1:25 pm. 3Kt5 AM Winnemucoa- •• 4:06 •• . 900 *• 1 Reno. " 1:00 am.111:30“ Colfax. 8:45“ (’In.-,.. •• 6 Mi I" Maryaville. “ 9:10 •• . 2:30 PM Sacramento.Ar'v 1125 “ . 6:30 “ i Sacramento.I.'ve 11:45 “ 7K8»am 7:3t) •• ' Htockton. 1:40 PM 8 :45 “ . 1 Han Joae.Ar'V| 6:30 “ 12:45 PM . Oakland. “ i 5 30 “ 12:10 “ |. Hau Franciaco... “ | 6:00 “ 12:44) '• (0:80 4* j A. N. TOWNE, General Hu peri ntendent. T. H. GOODMAN, Geu. Paaa. A#’t. Jyl-tf THE QIANT POWDER CO., A mm HAVING ENLARGED ITS WORKS, ha* tvHuioed the manufacture of ita BLASTING POWDER. BAXDMANN, X El WON L CO., General Agent*, till Proof atr* *■!, San Kraiuiaco, Cal. JfOTT, FINN A CO.. Local Airenta, JfBHiu Hamilton. Nevada. Arrival* nr«l ARRIVALS. BY WOOOftVE/ * fcKItuu'a List. Jan Donahue Oro Nelson J Walxb J Buckley C Carpenter E Woodruff Mr* E Trimble HAhhirn MrAtnttharv Pt W OaMlri} .1 A Tippln M Un kw. 'l Chan Cul li ri J Miller J Land J W Stotts lb rtha Kalin L Fisher John Johnston Airs Johnson I^mi* Frank IC Bhvell C Burge John (’Lina BY BRACKET, WINK* * CO.'8 LINE. Mrs Rieka Mrs Pdy Jno McIntosh C w Lightxur It Williams I> W Bradd'sk 8 M Mott M McCarty t haw Tiller W P Beach* v A Champion Air Potter A: lady L Brrslauer J F Walk? Ueo Ibrnxtcin DEPARTCREH. by arH-rmuFK a innob’h line. T B ilruffej T J Joiioh P Cniminghiim II E (treeno .1 Phlnano u Hugh Law !< r Fred Htewarl W H Hpeuc-er A MeLane Papt Blasdt-I Geo Ijiyvk W 1 Bevan Geo Thatcher J Marker J Kalliuas WH McCornick J C Hannon W F Balding BY BEA< UKT, WINES l CO.'a LINE. Jas Buckle 3’ W H Boery Alfred Bonin G B (’alder E Stahle by t ha via. wii.80N k co. a !• looms use. Buna Bcott L M Mott Miss Davis H I Thonit-.n J F Walkr ( has Htilcr A C Muir Alci Mandich W E JohuMon. The Only Fresh Shell Oysters in Hamilton, are to he found at Byrne’s old stand, in Perry's Sah»on, Main at. Also, Pigs Feet, Sheeps Tongues, and everything else that '« good to eat. Fresh oysters by every Express. Science Nospli'h*ki».—Judge Beatty, yusterduy, performed a ft at iu natural science which no common ornithologist could have accomplished. In four ca balistic words bo metnmorfdiosed a boon into a .Jail Bird. Special Maktino. —Liberty Hose Com pany will meet this evening, at 8 o'clock, at the City Hall. Co to C. R. Alexander’s for your drug*. ffc7-tf WiorrUancous. DR. S. A. McMEANS' SYSTEM or PRACTICE IN RHEUMATIC CASES, BASED UPON PATHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION*. BSt»F<*r •*»!*■ by O. H. ALEXANDER, Dnigglht, Main Htreet. Hamilton * je23-tf RAILROAD TO HAMILTON! NEVADA HOTEL.! I^OIi THE BEST AMI CHEAPEST BOARD in Hamilton, K" to tIt** N* vadl Hotel. Board, f7 per week. je'£hlm FAST FREIGHT. riMIE PAST FREIGHT LINE OF W. L. 1 PlUTCIfAI(D i* in full blast, and running on 6 6- I I < > IT K ^ T 1 M K r h o m ELKO TO HAMILTON! AND 1H PREPARED TO TAKE ANY AMOUNT OF FREIGHT FROM Elko to White Pine! MARK GOODS CARE PRITCHARD FAST FREIGHT. All good* 1 bus marked w ill como FP.EE OF FORWARDING CHARGES AT ELKO. WILL SHIP BULiLilOlNT, ORE, Or Nuy other kind of 1'n-lglil, From HAMILTON to ELKO, HR CONTRACT TO DELIVER ORE, BULLION, ETC., Id Sail Francisco or New York. OFFICE: In Cross' Fire-proof Warehouse, Hamilton *treel, Hamilton, Ncv. P. A. BOM MEN, GEO COWLES, Agent. Elko. Agent. Hamilton. W. L. PRITCHARD, Je*4ll Proprietor. VIA TOANO! F. F. MARX, General Forwarding -AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. 'll’ILL MAKE ADVANCES ON FREIGHT, V ? and ship all good* consigned to hia care f*»r any and all Mining Cam pH iu Southeastern Nevada, and to all point* in Idaho. Shortest and l>e*t route* and FREE road a to ECAN CANYON. DEEP CREEK. KERN. PATTERSON, SILVER PARK. ROBINSON. BELMONT, SHOSHONE, PIERMONT, ELY, COOPER, and SACRAMENTO DISTRICTS, And all point, n.ljorint t 1 Spring slid St.-plim Valleys. Commissions and Freights The very Lowest. DIRECT CARE OF DIAMOND M, TOANO. Jylt-tf F F. MARX. POST-OFFICE BOOKSTORE, Hamilton, Nevada, RUSSELL BROTHERS, -— m’Airne iv Books, Stationery, Magazines, Newspapers, Variety Goods, Cigais and Tobacco. IlMiSCU. BROTUFtll IV Hpccinl mo uth at Wh for the California nml Dally any Weekly Xewipai AySubacriptiona received, ami nulwcribers in Hamilton and Treatum- City nerved with paper* immediately after arrival of Ezprea*. every day. The I*oHt«»fllee Circulating Library 1 4#*New book.* added from time to time.^Di Jyfl-tf DENTISTRY. Neeoittl door above ilia Nlone shIuhii, Main Street, Hamilton. I am FULLY PREPARED TO inrform ail operations iu the Dental Art. Having been in continued practice since imo. 1 feel well assured at I will l»c able to satisfy all who may require my services. JeW-tf F. C. NICHOLS. Dissolution Notice. H'BK FIRM or SCRIBNER. TAYLOR k CO., | Real Estate Brokers, is this day dissolved. w. IV TAYLOR. July 0, 1»70. j> l.'-lm House and Sign Painting! WM. WILSON, House, Sip, ami Ornamental Painter Main street, opposite Red Wheeler**. N. B. Taper Hanid»K. Glazing, etc., executed with neatness and diapati'h. tnarRMf Himhme, (ftr. PIONBH XX BO I LER WORKS ! II A >11LTOX — WHITE PINE. ATX KINDS OF BOILERS, WROUGHT IRON Tanks, Water Pipe, Doors and Shutters, Gasometers, Rlast Furnaces, Tewt-r Iron ladles. All kinds of Sheet iron Work and Machine black smithing. etc. Repairing promptly attended to, at the lowest possible terms, X V. HALL, Practical Boiler Maker, Proprietor. je‘23-tf J. M. Ukxhax, Jon. GonnABD. PIONEER Ffll'YDRY A MACHINE SHOP, Ilroail ait<l Fifth SI*., Hamilton. S10DD\ltl> .V CO.-STEAM ENGINES " T furnished to ortler; beet Quart/ Mill Ma chinery constructed and repaired. Shoes. Dies, j and other Hard Iron furnished at San Francisco prices with freight added. Having a new plant of tools, are prepared to do Gem ral Repairing. Rlaeksmithiug, Pipe Cutting, Boiler K« pairing. Etc., Etc. Orders respectfully solicited, and filled with disoatcli. j»23-tf e. b. Btorr,an. 3. a. mott, o. a. fish, San Francisco. Hamilton. Treasure City. , MOTT, FISH & CO. TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ii a n r> w are, Mill and Mining Ccods, IRON AND STEEL, CAS PIPE. Ntenm anil Gun Fitting’s, House FnrnUliing Good-, Stoves. Tin and Cojrorr Wam. CUTTING AND FITTING GAM P1PF, DOVE ON SHORT NOTICE. SOLE AGENTS FOB Jessop’s Celebrated Steel, Like Superior (Kaglr) Fuse, TOY, BICKFORD & CO.'S FUSE, G-1 nut T* o w dor, -AXD — DUPONT’S POWDER. Jy3*tf MOTT, FISH .v» C O. P. A. WAGNER, Main Street, Hamilton, Nevada, mroRTEfl AND r»K.»I.ER tv — HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Goods, CAS PIPE, Steam Cas Pipe Fitting, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, JS rT7 OVE S, Tin and Copper Ware. Cutting and Fitting Ga« Pipe, nOVK ON' SHORT NOTTCF. 97“ Ml work in onr line done with ilUpati h. Jy7.tf Ore Bags! Ore Bags! M»NE OWNERS AND hupfrintendentb iu want of ORE BAOS will find every site and quality, at lower prices than they can im port them front Ran Francisco or tin* East. Also T ENTH. 8TRAINEHH. HOKE, and even dl~ \ r« Tint ion of SAlL-MAKINO. at THOMAS ELITCROFT B. rpper end of Main street, opposite the Jyll-tf New Courthouse. Hamilton. NOTICE! FREE FORWARDING! ON ANI> AFTER THIS I)\TF. IM> U NTIE further notice, I will Forward Freight From ELKO TO WHITE PINE FREE OF CHARGE! n. w rare. Elk,', NVv.. Jmii 77, laTO. j< 2T-1f FORWARDING FREE! || S T I I. FURTHER NOTICE,1 We will Forward Freight From Elko to White Pino District FREE OF CHARGE! Parties shipping to our can can rely upon having their FreifM Forwarded with Dispatch And At the Lowest Going Bates, Jc27.tr WHITNEY k CO. .Tamfb Reilly. W. Wootbwwit. REILLY A WOODBERRY, AUCTION. COMMISSION, ASP FORM II DIM MKIICHANTS. 1VE 13Sr X RT Gr \ X P REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 120. MAIN STREET. HAMILTON lillicrRl Cn*li Advance* made on CONSIGNMENTS! Iteifular Sale IP)*, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, C. M. STEVENS. Auctioneer. Olllct* of I>. A. NKYEADORFF. JtU-tf FOR SALE. (1RKA1* 1 OR CASH. A HOI Sh ANly... j LOT. House with Tins* Knout*, well h jtj »V ienco fur a comfortable rvaidc-ncc. bituaP d iiii im-diaUly in front of the Courtlo oh*. Lor par ticular*. apply at thia ofRco. ma?Mf* £ivcri| ami fttA StaMfS. TREASURE CITY LIVERY STABLE. E. MEYER, riMIK ORIGINAL LIVERY AND SALE 8TA X BLK proprietor, Treasure Street, Treasure City, i* still holding otit at the old stand, and has elegant turnouts, horses, buggies, wagon*, and all out fittings pertaining to A HANDSOME TURNOUT. Stock taken for keeping, by tbo week, day or month, ut the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Outfits for Prospectors and Excursionist* fur nished on private terms. 1*1x0 Boat Stock, at the lowest ibices, is the effort of tills estab 11 aliment. Jjrfi-tf E. MEYER. tH YOSTjfc CO. Jg. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Silver Paris.* 3M©v. rpHE PROPRIETOR8 BEG LEAVE TO IN 1 FORM the traveling public that they are now prepared to furnish stable room for any amount of stock, on the most reasonable term*. The best of groomsmen at thia establishment. STOCK RANCHED, at reasonable rate*, by the day, week or month. JeStMiu pisrfUatuous. piowBinn DRUG STORE! ?}w. C. ARMIES, Ag’t.^ Main street, - - - - Treamrr (Tty. Sr Ufa, I- c r f u ra e ■ , Fatent 3VE odlolno m. •^Prescriptions put up, day and night. ma2g Delinquent Tax List. [Froceedi of Mines.] State or Nevada, Corirnr or White Pike, \ District Attorney'! Office. } N'OTICE OF SETTS 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 the Justice Court. Town ship Vo. 1, in Hamilton, M. Atwood, Justice, by the State of Nevada, plaintiff, against each of the defendant! hereinafter named, and each of the fallowing described mines or mining claims and all owners of or claimants to the same, known or unknowm, to recover the tax and de linquency assossed to said defendants, against the proceeds of said property for the quarter year commencing the 1st day of October, A. D. 1*00, and ending the 31st day of December, A. D. I860, and that a summons has been duly issued in each ease. And you are further notified, that unless you appear and answer the complaint filed In said cause on or before the 30th day of July, A. D. 1870, Judgment will bo takai against you and the mine or mining claim herein de‘ scribed for the amount of tax and delinquency specified and costs of suit: Keller mine, tax and percentage |3 60. Mahogany mine, situated in Mahogany can yon: tax and percentage 5 99. Milton mine, tax and percentage l 19. Minnetta mine, containing GO feet; tax and per centage 3 30. Minnesota mine, containing 1200 feci; tax and peref ntage 3 50. Oakland mine, containing 1400 feet; lax and percentage 14 48. Pan Handle mine, on Bromide Flat; tax and percentage 31 82. Joe Potts mine, containing 1800 feet, about 100 feet west of Rice Tollhouse; tax and percentage 8 78. Zubric mine, containing GOO feet, on Chloride Flat: tax and percentage 2294. Sagebrush mine, 1,000 feet. Treasure Hill, near Posthole; tax and percentage 33 10. Sangamon mine, containing 1000 feet; tax and percentage 20 99. Caroline mine, containing 1200 feet; tux and percentage 12 62. Posthole mine, containing 600 feet, located on Chloride Flat, tax and percentage 73 54. Colleen Bawn mine, located on Bromide Flat: tax and percentage 13 21. Charles k Theresa mine, 1000 feet, on Iceberg Flat; tax and percentage 29 64. El Dorado mine; tax aud percentage 16 64. Domingo Ledge k Co. or urine, containing *00 feet: tax and percentage 162 16. Farewell mine, containing 1600 feet; tax aud percentage 2 72. Oelkey mine; tax and percentage 16 12. Hartwell Ledge A Co, containing 1400 fuet; about one mile northwest Hamilton and east Bullion Hill; tax and i>omutage 21 57. Howard mine A Co, contaluing 800 feet; tax and percentage 1 57. The Beiitin Cortes mine; tax aud percentage 2 80. Black Thorn mine; tax and pen t ntage 1 50. John Steele-; tax and percentage 2 7ft. Broom Ranger mine: tax and percentage 9 70. Chihuahua Company; tax and percentage 14 55. E. J. Brown mine: tax ami percentage 2 G5. Seymour No. 10 mine, Chloride Flat; tax and !*• frontage 67 46. sierra Pascoe mine, containing 1060 feet, on Treasure Hill; tax aud percentage 1 30. Josephine mine; tax aud percentage G 86. Silver Star mine; tax and percentage 24 31. T. U. Wills mine; tax aud percentage 2 07. You B« Dam mine; tax aud percentage 3 56. Hamilton, White Pine County, Nevada, 1 June 28 a.d. 1870. I F. H. KENNEDY, District Attorney >Yhito Pine Cnuuty, Ntv. EDWARD IRWIN. Sheriff White Tine County. Ntv. By Jno. H. bHFRMiF.n, Deputy Sheriff. jc29-oaw4w AUBURN MILLS, nENO. NEVADA. THE NEVADA LAND &, MINING COMPANY, (LIMITED,) WILL PURCHASE SILVER ORES, IN ANY QUANTITY, AT THE FOLLOWING NET rates: On Ores Assaying per tun *40, 36 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnn #60, 30 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnn 560, 37.^ per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnu f70, 40 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #80, 43 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #90, 48 per cent. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying i**r tnn #100, 30 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #125, 58 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #130, Go percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per Inn *175, 83 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnu #200, 85 percent. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #250. CS per cent, of Assay Value. On Ona Assaying j^r tun $275, 70 percent, of Assay Value. On OroB Assaying per tnn #000, 72 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $350, 71 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assayiug per tun *400, 77 |*er cent. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *500, 78 per rent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *C00. 79 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #700, *1 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *8<io, 82 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying p^r inn #900, 83 perceut. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #1,000, 84 p<-r cent, of Assay Vain-'. No charge for milling, sampling, or assays. Gold, upwards of #20 and not exceeding #100 per tnn, contained in silver ores, will Repaid for at above rates. Assays guaranty d to correspond With the V. H. Mint. Ore bavks returned to shipper" free of rail* road charges. f'res sampled by Bath ry or Crusher, at option of shipper. J. J. Dt’.WK, Manager. Reno, Nev., June 1,1870. JyT-tf WANTED! TAA TOW OF BULLION OR ORE, FOR immediate shipment. Apply to M« 1NT08H A BARCLAY. Jy9.tf FOR BUSINESS CARDS. Jlrji t&ootlsi, <^tr. me Spring Campaign Ms Opened! J. COHN & BROTHER Hare Rallied tbcir Force* and are now IN TKS FIBXil), RKtDY FOR ACTION. HU-rti Wilder frown* Lave psH*tul away, And beauteous Spring returns one* more, With radiant smiles and color* gay. Proclaiming Winter's fashions o'er. The skies are bathed in deeper blue, The soaring clouds are purer white, While seem* re-created new A paradise for man's delight ; But the kindly garb that nature wear*. Resplendent though It be. Is not half so dazzling to the eye as Tit NEW SPRING STYLES Just received at the MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM — or — J. COHN So BRO., Main Street, third door below Dodd, HAMILTON, XEV. OUR SPRING 8TOCK -or — CLOTHING is or THE NEWEST AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES. MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, AND UNEQUAL ED FOR EXTENT AND VARIETY ANYWHERE ON THE COAST. oun PRXCBS m ASTONISHINGLY LOW! We tinve determined to run A LIVELY OPPOSITION TO ALL CLOTHING NTOHKN, And have mode TREMENDOFR REPFCTIONB in onr price*. WE CHALLENGE COMPETITION, And hid Defiance to the World. We offer ran inducement* to all in want of Clothing, Furnishing Good*, Inderwrar, Roots aud Nlioea, Hut*, Trunka, Valiae*, etc. And proclaim, iu accent* wild, that immenae bargain* are to be had at the CLOTHING KMPORI1 M J. COHN & BROTHER, Who are the only clothing dealer* not to l*e controlled. Don't forget the place; Main Street, third door below Dunn. J. COHN BROTHKR, je22-tf Hamilton. h. irwis a co., n. lewis, Pioche .Ely. Austin, Nev. | H. lewi* a co.. Hamilton. PER PACIFICRAILROAD, direct from NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. H. LEWIS & CO. □ MAIN HTREET, Hamilton. Nov. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, Have jest received tiie largest and BEST SELECTED STOCK -OF SUMMER GOODS -ON 1 HE— PACIFIC_COAST. Having perfected their arrange MENTB with Eastern Houses, are now Importing their Goods from NJ3W VOHK, DIRECT, aud offer to sell them CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. Oasslmer Suita, Dreas Suita, Boota, Shoea, Hats, Capa, Blankets, Trunka, Valises, Ant . stock of O- ntlfUi.-ii , Furnishing Goods. Also, a well *> lected stock of LADIES' FANCY DBY GOODS, Wich will be acid at Coat Price. Give ua a call, jya-tj SWisrrUancous. WANTED! 1 FIFTEEN Oil TWENTY EXPERIENCED hands, to SBZ3AH flBBBF. Apply to J. It. WITHINOTON jt>30-if Or R. P. DAYTON. WANTED. 2 AAA CORDS OF WOOD WANTED AT i •UUU the Dayton and Manhattan Mills— to be pine and mahogany. Apply to jy8> JOHN GRAY. * SPECIAL NOTICE. ON AND AFTER JULY 15. 1X70, THE Agency of the Dank of California, ami the Ranking Department of Wells, Fargo A Co., will ! open at 9 a. ni. and ••lose at 3 p. ni. JOHN A. PAXTON. j Agent Dank of California. HOMER R. KING. jyl-tl' Agent Wells, Fargo A Co. IMPROVED AMERICAN FAN. riMIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE 1 an Improved Fan for Smelting Furnaces or for forcing air into mines, etc., which far sur passes anything now in use lor Quantity of Mast, and is equal in force to the celebrated Stetefehit Fan. It la durable, and easily set up Uy any ordinary man: and an the motion U only from 700 to MOO resolution* per minute, for an ordi nary blast, it take* to more power than those imported. True, *125. With patent oiler, f 131 tofiaa. Apply to ( HAS. LAS! P MAN, Russell A Co. a Lumber Yard, llamiltou, Nov. _ jyii-tf ja«. iryixvt. John sraraNcK. c. c. chapman. J. & J. 8PRUANCE, SUCCESSORS TO J. C. HORAN A CO., Importer* and Wholesale Deader* Ui Wiuoa And Zjlquors 415 Front #tr«et, jyll-tf SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA CLARET.—A LARGE STOCK ) for tale in quantities to suit. Jrg.‘>w FORRFR A CO . Main atrsot. IrarrUr'J <Buldf. Stage fesLine! 8EACHEY, Willi* * OQ-i MOHMTOR*. CHANCE OF TIME! ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1870, onr stage* will leave Hamilton every day at 2 o'clock p. in., connecting with the Central Pacific Railroad at Elko-Mrrying P... sencer*. Express and United Staten Mallr. Arrive In Hamilton at 12 o'clock m. THROUGH TO El-KO IN IT HOURS! FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON IN It* HOURS! This company now has the road stocked with Nplendld Mix-Horse Tenma, and the Latest Improved Coneord Coaches. CHKAP PARK AMD HCICK TIME I LEX. WINES, Superintendent. HOMER 8. KINO, Agent. Hamilton, Kev„ July 13, 1870. J)2-t! WOODRUFF & ENNOR’8 STAGE LINE! r? NEW ROUTE! .413 COACHES LEAVE HAMILTON DAILY. AI 19 o'clock m., running through SILVERADO, EUREKA, MINERAL HIl L, and RAILROAD DISTRICT, To PA.XJIBsA.£>IDt Connecting with the Cars for the West m\t morning. Fine NEW CONCORD COACHES and BIX. HORSE STOCK. Passengers for the East and West trill And this the shortest and pleasantest route. OFFICE; Main *tr*M»t, Hamilton, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co.'a. WL WILL ALSO RUN A FA8T FREIGHT LINE FROM PALISADE, OVER THE SAME ROUTE. 93T Mark Goods care • W. k E.f Palisade.' Parties t-hlpping goods by our line will plerae give notice at our offices, at San Francisco and Sacramento, where they will receive prompt at tention and be forwarded with dispatch. Offices— 994 Clay street, Kan Francisco; 90 J street, Sacramento; K3 South C street, Virginia City; and Main street, Hamilton, White Pine. Jy2«tf WOODRUFF k F.NNOR. Proprietor*. HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAGE LINE! CARRYING The U. S. Mail & W. F. & Co.’s Express. I EAVES HAMILTON ON MONDAY AND A THURSDAY, at 10 o’clock a. m. Arrives at Pioche on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 10 o’clock a. m. Leaves Pioche on MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 10 o’elock a. in. Arrives at Hamilton TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 10 o’clock a. m. ThU is the only establish! d line to Pioche. via Robinson and Pattersou. Smoothest and quickest route. Also, a branch line from Patterson to Silver Park, making ylose connection with our regular stages. Our road is double stocked with 6-horto changes. Satisfaction guaranteed t<* passengers, or mo no v refunded. TRAVIS, WILSON k CO., Proprietor*. Our FAST FREIGHT LINE will he estab lished in eight days. Merchants in Pioche, Sil ver Park, and intermediate points, will find it to their advantage to mark goods ‘ Care TRAVIS. WILSON S CO., Fast Freight.’ Jy4-tf HAMILTON AND TREASURE CITY ST ACE LINE. Tlio Groon Wa-souw WILL HEREAFTER LEAVE TREASURE TV CITY AND HAMILTON Every Hour - making eight round trips daily, carrying Wells, Fargo A Co.’s Express and the United States Mail. Connecting with BEACHY, WINES, k CO.'S STAGES. Passengers and Freight called for at bctl* points. Office at St. Nicholas Saloon. Main-st. Leaves with the mail for Treasure City every morning, at 7M o'clock. Jy2-tf JAMES HAGAR, Proprietor. TREA8URE CITY P A 8 S E N CER LINE. Elegant and comfort. ABLE sleigh* in Wlnter.W and easy wagons in Summer. Regular tni^ rain or shine, and perfectly safo at all times, f gF* \ share of public patronago is solicited. je25-tf ALFRED GRANT, Proprietor. HATCH k KIPLINGER. j Through in 24 Hours! SPEED INCREASED — AND — Fare Reduced.! Fine stock and good coaches leave Hamilton twit* m wetk. TUESDAY and SATURDAY morninga, at 8 o’clock. Through la Twculy.fuur Roark PaaMtn,-!. for Ely will tad thla much ihr auortent, cheapen and pleoMntrat rent*. Office—At BARNEY * JONES’ Brick Stcrc. Main street, Hamilton. jetb-tf TJ. S. MAIL. SOUTHERN MAIL & EXPRESS LINE. SALT LAKE CITY PIOCHE CITY, ELY DISTRICT. ON JULY 1, 1«70, UNDER GOVERNMENT contract for carrying the UNITED STATES MAIL, the undersigned will commence to run CONCORD COACHES from SALT LAKE CITY to PIOCHE CITY, M» PROVO CITY, FILL. MOKE, I!EA\ ER. ami othvr inti rnu-dlate point.; having a contract to carry tbo United States Mail and Wclla, Fargo * Oo.'a Eiprcaa. Stagca will leave Halt lake City and Plocht City weekly, making the trip in three and a half daya. FARE THROUGH, tOO—CURRENCY. HI GH WHITE. Praprlilar. .1. J. HALTIN' A CO., Agent, at Ptoche City. WELLS, FARGO A C0„ J.V2-11 Agents at Halt Lake City. CAL IFORnTa STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY TnE FAST ASD KrLEN’DIll ,v«ag-jR: HTKAMERH CHRYSOPOLM AND CAPITAL, Will leave op Alternate daya for San Francisco, on the arrival of the cars, at 1H o'clock p. m , from the foot of K atreet. Steamer CHRYHOPOI.IS. Foster. Master, will have on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI DAYS. Steamer CAPITAL. Pool. Mantrr, will haw on TUESDAYS* THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Faro between Kan Franci*** and KacmuoaU* will be bh follow#: CABIN. 11.5* DECK. 1.00 To Mahy«%u.u£—Cabin. 1.:>ii F#r Maryaiilh aa<i Uki Inhrmrdlate Laadlaga The Company’! ateamert will leave Itor Mary#, ▼ilte and intermediate landing* daily at midday i Saturday a and Sundays excepted}; Sunday*, it 7 a. m. For Red Staff. The steamer REP BLUFF wiU leave for JUd Bluff and intermediate lauding* every SATUR DAY, at 7 o’clock a. ui. Freight secured on day prr-vh.u« U departure. For freight or apply on board, or to A RFD1NQTON. Agent,