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WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS.
"w. J, FOBBEW. MUrnr. I oiNCOBK. jv.v ruASciscq ESSS/iSSi*. 3S££h«*~. L. P. FISHER, 21 sad Mi Merrh Is Bich gr. F HUDSON k SIXNET, Time* Building. I'tKGIXU-IMMM McDMALO. KI.KO-B. r. Baoos*, New* Depot. AUSTlH-k. H. Boa. Mein »t. P IOC HE CITY—*Ohtflee We -lertiol.1. Thnrsday, Jo*y Frnwr Blood.—l-»t Saturday a Ger man editor, in response to repeated in sults, whipped three Frenchmen in a San Francisco saloon. Swi glass lager! Henry Wnid Bsecher. last Sunday, in cluded the war in his sermon, snd al though sympathizing with Prussia, tie nonnccl it Si a war of despots for n« principle of right or justice. It it ward FOB Pbowbw.—A Prussian in Han Francisco has seen' the French man's $500 for the man who captures the first Prussian flag, and 'raised' him fire hundred more, to he given to tho Teuton who gets awnv with the first French standaid. Hon. Tom Fitch has bought one-third of a splendid property on Capitol Hill, upon whioh he will build his family man sion. The ground has 119 feot frontage, and coven an area of about 90,000 su perficial feet. It fronts the east Capitol grounds, has three houses on it now, and is shaded by the foliageof majestic trees. PlONERBINO FOB HoSOBS.—El-GoV omor Bigler is re-publishing in The Hao ramento Reporter his 1859 anti-Chinese message*, and claims credit for originat ing the present Mooney anti-Coolie war. We hare a distinct recollection about the Governor having attained the magnifi cent dignity in those days of a Chinese Mandarin, and having been tbe urbane recipient of mollifying presents of costly silks from the Chinese merchants of San Francisco. ‘ Mandarin -John ' was his regular stage name then. Foixowi.no a Human* Example.—The nationalities of the continental belliger ents, both at home and abroad, are copy ing from the humane lessons of philan thropy taught by the American Nation during the war of the Rebellion. Asso ciations, organized on the plan of our Hanitary Commission, are being formed both in this Country and in Europe, and their contributions and merciful dispen sations will not only soften the asperities of conflict, bnt assuage and mitigate the sufferings of the wonnded of both con tending armies. Suicide or the French Minister.— By way of Han Francisco, we learn that 1’rerost Farodal, the new French Minis ter to the United States, committed sui cide yesterday at Washington. As no acoount of it has reached us from the National Capital, we are ignorant of the cause of this startling act in one of so exalted a station. We can not surmise any possible connection between the self murder and the hostilities in Europe, unless it may be that his high and mar tial spirit chafed under official banish ment whilst fame and glory vainly atWited him on the tented field. jL --— The Daily News expresses sorrow at the recall of Motley, nnd the appoint ment of Frelinghnysen. It says the Eng lish Government is ready to settle all disputes with America at any time. The above is from a cable dispatch tinted July 16, the day after the declara tion of war. The British press now sees the perplexing situation in which Eng land is placed hy her duplicity in the Alabama claims. She may be dragged into the continental war at any moment, and her own pernicious doctrines to our injury hang over her like a sword im pending by a single thread. It is now onr time to temporize. We have Great Britain in irons on her own principles, and it will be veiy strange if, out of Eu ropean complications and British pre cedent, we do not restore our commer cial marine to its legitimate rank as the first in tonnage and in prosperity. Even handed justice commands the ingredients of England’s poisoned chalice to her own lips. ‘Spalding’s Glue’—no well-regulated family will be without it. • Go to A. Brown's, Main street, Treas ure City, for the beat Wine* and Liquors in the market, at wholesale and retail. * Fob a clean shave, and good work in the tonaorial line, go to Hudson'*, Dunn street, near Main. * All parties (not members) having cap* or belts belonging to Hamilton Hook and Ladder Company will please deliver them over to any officer of the company. * Pawic-Btbuce Beauty.—It is a terrible shock to a charming woman—indeed, to any wo man—to And that her teeth are ' beginning to go.' Never will any human being who uses the fragrant Socodont make that discovery. * Tntkbnal Ervtxui and Stati Btani-s, of all denomination*, for sale at the Postofflce. Greenback a bought and sold. Postofflce drafts issued on all the principal cities and towns in the United Htate*. • H. Michael has just received from California and the Eastern States an immense stock of Cigars. Tobacco. Stationery, Cutlery, Smokers article*, which he offers to the H'vatly reduced rates—one door below Medin a corner. * The Cosmopolitan Restaurant has been refitted and elegantly furnished throughout, and is now one of the handsomest establishments of the kind in the city, aa it has been for a long time the most popular, on account of its low rate# of charge* and well-furnished tables. Call and get an excellent meal for 60 cents. * The Confession op an Invalid.—Pub liahedjor the benefit of Young Men, and others, who safer from nervous debility, etc., supply ing the means of aelf-cnrc. Written by one who has cured himself, and sent free of charge, on receiving a post-paid directed envelop. Address, through postoAce only, Jonathan ¥. Good, Han Francisco, Cal. * Usbd Up.—Emhatb for Young Men— th* up. Who have lost their youthful «*neigy, ambition and bodily vigor, in lbs pursuit ofBociAA Plkabuuk —with words of for the seemingly hope 'i**- f**®. in **»led envelops. Address HffJjjA*®Jjii0CIATK>N1 B°I P’ Epicures, Attention! — Bruno k I Melich, of the Fashion Chop-house, Hherman town, take pleasure in Informing their friends and the public generally that they have now on the wray from the Bay a fine variety of game and other luxuries of the season. They have Ducks, Chickens, Turkeys and Geeae, which must he eaten. Oome, everybody, to the funeral. • What is Headache?—In nine cases out of ten, the source or headache is not in the brain, but in the stomach. Indigestion is the most frequent cause. The digestive organs be ing disordered, they derange the action of the tiver, the bowels, the kldneya, and the nerves, and the whole secretive and excretive machinery being, aa U wore, thrown out of gear, the brain suffers. liestore the natural tone of the stomach and bowel# wHh a few doses of Tarrant’s Effer vescent Seltser Aperient, and headache arising from this cause is at once arrested. This de lightful preparation 1# the beat remedy for chronic and periodical headache at present known, and absolutely invaluable as a stomachic jBd gentle cathartic. Hold by all Druggist*. • WAR IPKBtATIOW. We present our reader* thia morning with • mam of European dispatches. re ferring to tho hostile movements of the two belligerent Powers. There is noth ing very exciting in them; but they go to show that the impending struggle will be a war of Titans. We perhaps know more about the preparations of France than thoee of Prussia. The reticence of the latter ie national; whilat French garrulity compels us to select from a vast amount of h«a.«—g. inch relations as baa* in ternal evidence of fact. It will be remarked that France is fnlly impressed with the vaiue of time; and did not even wait for the formal declara tion of war to mass large bodies of troops upon the strategic points. Prussia haa been no less alive to the occasion, and was reported two days ainoe to have made an offensive movement upon the frontier, near Cologne. Both nations are in splendid lighting condition, and their strength is not far from eqnal. Time ie of the first importance to France, and the success of the opening campaign will in a great measure depend on her prompt celerity of movement. It is inti mated that she will throw at onoe a great corps-d'armee across the Rhine, and oc cupy a position near Frankfort. Thia would imply a flank movement after wards to cut off the Southern Germanic States from the Northern Confederation, and lorce the war upon Prussian terri tory proper. Such a movement, sup ported by columns piercing the frontiers by way of Holland and Belgium, wonld restrain Prussia within her own do minions proper, and possibly encourage the formation of a French party in the wavering States. Belgium can not look with unconcern upon a war, which if it lasts, most drag bar into its complica tions. But she will doubtless be gov erned by prudence, and at the proper time throw her weight into the scale in favor of the nation most likely to conqner in the end. Her interest lies with success. Napoleon is wisely particular aooui conciliating the Southern German States. He will hold them in negotiation until he has reached a position in which he can dictate. With Prussia and the North German Confederation single handed. his armies should not bo greatly overnumbered. His total availa ble force, ready to be mobilized at once, reaches about 850,000 men. Prussia counts, including some of the princi palities bound to her by secret and open treaty, nearly a million. But diplomacy and intrigue, of which Napoleon and his diplomats are the most consummate masters, may render some of these inde pendent contingents unwieldy and un reliable. In compactness and oneness of purpose the French army will surpass in effectiveness that of tho miscellaneous levies of William, outside of his own army proper. German contingents have always been difficult to manage, and ore very troublesome and punctilious at best. If King William can infuse into these troops the broad spirit of national ani mation, he may bid defiance to the petty and obstructive etiquette of their lead ers. But Napoleon will probably play upon this important weakness with his usual cunning and success. On the sea, France is, beyond all odds, superior. Her navy has greatly im proved since our Rebellion, and she has now no less than 331 steamers of war ready for service. But it is on land where the decisive contest of arms will take place, and however we might now speculate upon its results, an accident of war might at any moment change the whole com plexion of the sitnntion before a single important battle had been fought. IMilTIM AND KMRATINt. We have already laid before oar readers, in our San Francisco letter, a description of the extensive redaction works of Selby k Co. in that city. It is neither our desire nor to the interest of Dur District that ores and metals should be sent East for separation when they cau be as well and as advantageously treated at the Bay. But we do not see the benefit of shipping to either point onr base metals, if we can separate them here. That we can do this, there is now no intelligent doubt. But our miners have found that the rates charged at San Francisco are exorbitant, and that es pecially in ores there is wrong-dealing somewhere. From an elaborate article in The Scientific Press, copied from The Bulletin, and partaking very much of the character of an authorized adver tisement, we are disposed to throw the blame of our losses, in the disposal of ores in that city, upon the middle men and brokers. We have given fig ures in regard to one lot, where the shippers failed to realize anywhere near the assay valne, as certified to by the San Francisco Metallurgical Works. If Mr. Selby will permit extortions among the middle men at our expense, wo shall have to try elsewhere. He alone con protect the miner, as far as ore transac tions are concerned; but in relation to metals ready for separation, we never should have shipped them away from here at all. The ratea charged at the Bay for parting were excessive, as we showed in last Sunday’s issue; but still we had the satisfaction of getting at least some returns; whilst for those sent to Newark we have so far received noth ing. If we can treat our base metals here until we turn the lead portion into its merchantable shape and its silver into a fineness that brings it up to a money standard, we Bhall receive all the benefits now wasted on mid dle men, and avoid all the risks and expense of transportation. Instead of doing all the hard work, incurring all the outlay of energy and labor to bring our metallic resources to a shape in which they can easily be turned into coin, and stopping right at the very point where we should continue, we ought to have erected separating works here at the start, and the District would now be sev eral hundred thousand dollars better ofl than it is. We are confident we ran suc ceed in establishing separating worki here that will answer our purpose; and when we shall have accomplished this, instead of begging for capital to help us, we will have made the capital with whirl our hills teem in its crude state nvailabh for every necessity and every enterprise PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES 1 SpMkftl MTW Wki* Has My Dm FROM SAN FRARC MOO. San Francisco, July 30. Young Burlingame, son of onr late Ambassador from China, started East to day, and will go direct to Paris, where his family now- is, and return with them to the United States. No sales of real estate were effected at the auction of Maurice Dore k Co., I to-day. There is evidently a disposition to fit ont s filibustering expedition here against Tahiti, New Caleuonia, by cer tain parties; but no probability that any such attempt will be allowed to be mAde. The Hags on the French consulate and French mercantile houses are at half mast to-day in respect to the memory of Prevoet Parodal, the new French Minis ter, who committed suicide by blowing his brains ont at Washington to-day. The officers of the British frigate Zeal ous, which arrived to-day, had heard nothing of the crisis in Europe, and were much astonished on learning that war had been declared, and the belligerents gone over the frontier. Six full oargoes of wheat have been dispatched to England already this month, and six more ships are chartered and loading, or ready to load. It is supposed that the stranger found in the rear of Canterbury Hall, Kearny street, yesterday morning, with his limbs and brain paralyzed, had been robbed and pushed off a balcony. He is still in the hospital in a critical condi tion, unable to tell how he was injured. • tools. Bales. Morning Board. Original Hidden Treasure—2179 share*. $4: 9*. 4*. b. 30; 4*. Noonday—20 share*, 30c. Silver Wave—20 share*, $2. Meadow Valley—150 share*, $23*. Sierra Nevada—130 shares, $10; 10*. Savage—050 share*. $31%; 32; 83, b. 30. Crown Point— 20 shares, $4*. Hale It Norcrosa— 47 share*, $84; 83, s. 30. Golden Chariot—30 shares, 19%, b. 30; 18*. Amador—22 share*, $215; 313; 212, s. 60. Imperial—25 share*. $37%; 38. Ophir—280 shares, $10*; fl; 11*. b. 30. Gould k Curry-73 shares, $93; 37; 36. Occidental—80 shares, $5; 5, s. 30. Alpha—10 share*, $7. Overman—20 share*, $7 H, Yellow Jacket—1150 shares, $26 25. s. 30; 28.*. Legal Tender*—10,000 at 82*. *. 90. Afternoon Board. Original Hidden Treasure—850 share*, at $4%, b. 3; 4*. *. 90; 4*,b. 30. Savage-1006 shares, $33*. s. 10; 33*; 33*; 34; 94*; 34%; 34. «. 30; 34* ; 95, b. 30; 34, a. 90: 34*. Amador—19 share*, $212*. Chollar—950 ahares, $84; 35. s. 90; 35. Hale k Norcrosa—54 share*, at $83; 84; 85; 86, b. 30. Occidental—80 shares, $5. Yellow Jacket—1648 shares, $26; 26*; 26*. b. 90; 26, b. 30; 25%; 25, *. 30; 25*. b. 5. Ophir—20 shares, $11* FROM VIRGINIA CITY. Virginia Cm, July 10. The whole amount of Insurance upon property destroyed at Dayton, by the late fire, ie $39,000, divided among the following companies: Northern Com pany, $5,000; Manhattan and Phmnix Companies, $11,500; £tna Insurance, $4,205; North British, $8,500; People's Insurance Company, $2,000; Fireman’s Fund, $5,000; Pacific, $3,000. By the giving way of a porch yester day, Ellen Brand fell a distance of 15 feet and was seriously injured. Burglaries are becoming frequent here. A house was entered last night and robbed. Pat Harley and Francis were arrested to-day for highway robbery committed last night, near Empire City. Both were recently released from State Prison, having served out their time for bur g'7eUs , Fargo A Co. shipped to-night 2 I bars of bullion valued at $2,088.70. FROM CARSON. Carson, July 20. Jack Boyle had one of his legs crushed at Elliott’B mill yesterday, by being caught between two logs. CRA88 VALLEY. Grass Yali.et, July 20. The Eureka mine gives $32,000 as the result of 11 days’ run. FROM WATSONVILLE. Watsonville, July 20. Great rejoicings, illuminations, etc., here, this evening, over the decision of the Supreme Court, declaring null and void the Comstock title. FROM _AU BURN. Auburn, Cal., July 20. A stabbing affray occurred near the toll house in this town, about 6 p.m. to day, in which a man named Costello was mortally wounded by John Leach, his partner in mining claims. The murderer is in custody. FNOM LOS ANGELES. Los Anoxlxs, July 20. Extensive preparations are making for the Fall races at the Los Angeles Course. The Holcomb Valley gold mines, San Bernardino, are yielding handsomely. Distillers in this District, in combina tion, will contest the payment of two years' back tax, imposed on them by the U. 8. Revenue anthoritiee. Horse thieves are infesting the lower part of the countnr, and a vigilance com mittee is talked of It is stated by The San Francisco Call that Lelaod Stanford has purchased the celebrated Warm Springs of Alameda county, near the Mission San Jose. There are about 600 acres of land em braced in the purchase, and it is stated tliat the great railroad man of the Pacific will build himself a palatial residence near the Springs, and will hereafter re serve them for his own and guests' nse. The Grand Army Encampment at their late meeting in Vallejo, Cal., adjourned to meet in Sacramento in January next. Steps have been taken to erect a monu ment to the memory of the lamented Major-General E. D. Baker. Silvu Wedding.—I)r. Hiller uul wife of Virginia City celebrated their eilrer wedding last Fndsy evening, having been married twenty-five years. gjftp ts-flag. NOTICE. The republicans of treasure city will meet at Judge Meagher's office on SATURDAY EVENING, July 93, 1870, at 7 o'clock, for the pantose of forming a Union Club. Jy21 NOTICE. OFFICE WHITE PINE SMELTING COM PANY, Swansea, Nev., July 90.187Q.-Thia Company will not be reepouaible for any debts contracted by any person in the name of the Company until further notice. Jy21-lw* JOHN J. BCATCHLIR, Secretary. NOTIO H. All persons are hereby notified that I hare appointed GEO. BUCHNER my Agent. He will collect all debts due me. jj‘J0-tf FRED. VOSS. CNARMAiWANTED! ftOkL BURNERS ARE REQUESTED TO V make bids for 6,000 bushels of first-clses Nut-Pine Charcoal, to be delivered as soon aa Ksible at the new Smelting Works of J. A. TTESON, Hamilton. Contract will secure payment on delivery. For particulars, apply to LLOYD RAWLINGS, Dr. Spalding’s Hotel. Hamilton, Nev., July 90,1870. jy90>tf Uru; Jo-fag. •' rr» --- a, ' —— Ordinance No. 43. An Onlinsuce Relating to Dog*. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or data aa follows: Bscnou 1. An animal tax. or license, of three dollars, on all male, aud live dollars on all female dogs, iu Hamilton City, over the age of one month, payable in legal coin of the United States, is hereby levied and directed to be col lected. Sec. 2. The Marshal shall procure a suitable number of tags, which shall be numbered, and stamped with the word Hamilton; and any ver son keeping any dog within the city limits shall procure of the Marshal a tag, to bo attached to such dog, and "hall pay therefor the tax or license prescribed In Section 1 of this Ordinance. Sec. 3. The Marshal shall apprehend and im pound all dogs found running at large without a tag within the city limits sfter the 1st day of August, A. D. 1870. Sec. 8. Any person wishing to redeem s dog which He# been Impounded may do so upon payment of the tax or license required by flec tion 1 of this Ordinance for a tag and paying to the Marshal the additional sum of two dollars for impounding the same. Sec. 5. All dogs Impounded shall, unless sooner redeemed by the owner, or claimed, be killed after the expiration of twenty-four hours, snd interred or otherwise disposed of without the city limits. Sec. G. The Marshal shall make a report to the Board of Trustees on Monday of each week for the week previous, which report shall show the number of tags sold; the names of persona to whom sold, respectively; the date when each commences snd expires: the number of dogs im pounded; the number killed; the amount of mo ney received for tags, or otherwise, under this Ordinance, from the party paying the same, and shall keep a register In his office showing the above facta. He shall pay to the Treasurer, on Saturday of each week, all money in his hands from the sale of tags, after deducting his fees, as hereinafter allowed. Sec. 7. The Marshal, in addition to the extra fees received from those redeeming impounded dogs, shall receive a fee of fifty cents for each tag sold snd one dollar and fifty cents for each og killed. Sec. 8. Any person or persons who shall forge or counterfeit any tag or tags for the purpose of defraud fug the city, shall be guilty or a misde meanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars, and may be Imprisoned In the City Jail not to exceed one day tor each two dollars of such fine. Sec. 9. Any person or versons who shall tie or otherwise attach any kettle, can. drum, box, or other substance, to the tail, leg, neck or body of any dog, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall bo fined in any sum not less than fifty dollars, and may be imprisoned in the City Jail not to exceed one day for each two dollars of such fine. 8ec, 18. All money received into the Treasury under the provisions of this Ordinance shall be kept In s separate fund, and under the control of the Board of Trustees. Sec. 11. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 18, 1870. P. EVEBTfl, President of the Board. M. P. Cmawebelw, City Clerk. Jy2114t Ordinance No. 44. An Ordinance to Provide Water fur Hamilton City. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain aa follows: Section 1. A special ad valorem tax of twon ty-flve cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property, real and personal, in Hamil ton City, la hereby levied, and directed to be collected, for the purpose of providing water for said city for the year A. D. 1970. Sec. a. The Assessor, in making out the as sessment roll for the year A. D. 1870, shall add a separate column, showing the amount of the tax hereby levied, and the same shall be col lected in accordance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 37, and the same allowed to of ftcers as in other cases of collection of city taxes. Sec. 3. All money received into the Treasury under the provisions of this Ordinance shall be set apart to and known aa the Water Fund, and be under the control of the Beard of Trustees. Ber. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and be In force from the date of its passage. Approved July 18,1870. P. EVERTS, President of the Board. M. P. Chamberlin, City Clerk. Jy2114t Ordinance No. 42. An Ordinance Creating the Offices of City Re corder and City Surveyor. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follows: Section 1. In addition to the offices already prescribed by law and ordinance, there shall be and is hereby created the offices of City Recorder and City Surveyor. Hrc. 2. Tho City Recorder, before entering upon the discharge of the duties of his office, shall give a bond, with two or more sufficient sureties, to be approved by the Board, in the sum of five thousand dollars; and the City Sur veyor shall give a like bond, in the suxa of two thousand five hundred dollars. Each of the bondgrvequlred by this section shall be in like form and like conditions as other bonds required of officers. 8*c. 3. The City Recorder shall hold his Court, every day, at the Recorder's office, in the City Hall, and shall be allowed a fee of four dol lars for each conviction; 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. 8*o. 4. The City Recorder shall keep * record of all his proceedings, and pay over to the City Treasurer, on Saturday of each week, all money collected by him, after deducting the f«*es al lowed to officers; taking duplicate receipts there for—one of which he shall file with the City Clerk; tho other keep for his voucher. The Re corder shall, also, report to the Board on Mon day of each week, under oath; which report shall show all cases brought before him. all fines im posed, and the amount of fees received by him and other officers therein. H*c. 5. The City Surveyor shall keep a record of all surveys made by him,and report the same to the Board of Trustees on the first Monday of each month; and shall be permitted to charge not to exceed ten dollars per lot for fixing the boundaries for private owners; provided, that the same shall in no case be a charge against the city. Sec. 6. All ordinances or parts of ordinances, and all ordinances heretofore passed providing any compensation for either of said offices, ate hereby repealed. Sec. 7. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 18,1870. P. EVERTS, President Board Trustees. M. P. Chamberlin, City Clerk. Jy*M4t $50 REWARD I Lost, Strayed or Stolen I rpHREE BAY STAGE HORSES, BK-d\_ _L longing to Hatch k Kipliuger. One large bay horse, weighs about l.Ofitflbe?; has a star in forehead. One large bar horse, with stripe la face, and has a Spanish brand on left hip. One bay horse, smaller than the two described above. Any person returning the above horses to Jim Miller's stable, corner Dunn and Treasure sts., Hamilton, will receive the above reward. The horses were last seen at the White Pine Water Company's Spring. Je20-tf HATCH k KIPLINQER. Hamilton Lumber Yard! Ooraar Mala and BUnar Straata. WM. HENDBIE,.PROPRIETOR. IN CONSTANT RECEIPT OP LARGE AS. sortments of VXXffXl XiTTMSHn From California and White Pine. Shingles, lath, Shakes, Mouldings, IVhws, Windows, Window Blinds, Mining Timbers, Lagging, Battery Blocks, etc. LUMBER SOLD ON COMMISSION. ■L.AU orders strictly attended to. JyJ-tf WM. HENDRIK. I. LANDSBERQER A CO., Manufacturers of 8PARKLINC WINE! Dealer* In Choice Natire fines and Brandies! 423 to 420 Jackson street, Man Franc taco. Cal. JylMf N OT ICE. Omen Oouimr Suevetob, i Hamilton, Feb. 9, 1870. ) ^ WE8TCOATT, E. L. MASON AND COL. 17 • O. 8. BULKLEY are the only Deputy County Surveyor* of White Pine county. Th# appolntmenta of all other* have been this day revoked. All account* due tbe offlee will be paid to the above deputies. B. M. WILSON, Jell-tf Co. Surveyor White Pine Co.. Nev. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHN A. PAX TON, Esq., Agent of tbe Bank of California, hold* my power of attorney and ia authorised to collect all debt* due me In White Pina County. Persons owing the house of CHARLES KOHN, Treasure City, are notified to maho immediate settlement, or legal proceeding* will be com menced to obtain all claim*. _ CHAR. KOHN. Treasure City, March 14,1870. aprlMf BABBITT METAL for sale cheap, at tb* office of Tbe Daily Nawa. |Uw GRAND 8ALE! -OP UNREDEEMED PLEDGES! O. MANHEIM, PAWNBROKHH, Main •!., opposite Bt. Nliliolns Saloon, Hamilton, Novada, OFFERS FOB SALE, CHEAP, CHRE DEEM ED PLEDGES, overdue from June IS, 1070. A FIXE LOT OF FARO TOOLS, GOLD WATCHES, GOLD RINGS, PINa, and JEWELRV of evrrj do RcHption; DERINGERS, and PISTOLS of all kinds; CLOTHING of i \ftj deirriptlou. Mala Private.Wlthaal Bswria MONEY LOANED! OX COLLATERAL OF ALL KINDS. Greenback* Bought and Sold. Now U Iks llius far Bargains I Uoada far Mala I'kaap, ar aa got OPPOSITION IS THE UFI OF TRADE. BRANCH OF PjOPLE’S MARKET. O'BfKIL dk MARTIN,OFTHEM^ People's Market, Hamilton, leave to announce to the citireui of J1 ,JD Treasure City, that they have estsb-" litthed a BRANCH aMARKET, on Main styret, Aljtiiiu Treasnre City Dm Store, Where they intend to keep ou hand, nt nil times, the BUT MEATH afforded by any market in White Pine, and at price* which will put to shame the old monopoly prices heretofore charred in Treasure City. _ r|r Give us a mil and you will find BETTER BEEF, and at LOWER PRICK8, than ever before offered on the Hill. O’NEIL A MARTIN. jy‘21 Opposition Market, Treasure City. *an&rrs, 3tssanfrs, <?tr. THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA CAPITAL,.. *0,000,000. WHITBI PZIUB. JOHN A. PAXTON.AGENT. Hamilton Aoavcr,.W. P. Willard, Casbiib. This agency or th* bank of CALIFORNIA receive! Dtpoalts, re* payable on demand, either on Open Account or on Ocrtticatca of Deposit, payable fat the option of the holder) either at the atiove ONcc or in Ian Francisco. PURCHASE AND MAST DRAFTS ON NEW YORK, BOUTON, VIRGINIA, SAN FRANCISCO, SACRAMENTO, GOLD HILL, AUSTIN, BELMONT, LONDON, DUBLIN. And all princ'pal placet in California. Undertake Collection*, and purchase Hal. linn at the moat favorable ratee, or advance thereon if consigned to the parent Bank in San ! Francisco. Also, make advances on bans bullion. Legal Tenders Bought end Sold I White Pine. Nev., Feb. 7.1870. )yft-tf SPECIAL NOTICE. ON AND AFTER JULY 15, 1870, THE Agency of the Rank of California, and the Banking Department of WeHe, Fargo k Co., will open at 9 a. ni. and close at 3 p. m. JOHN A. PAXTON, Agent Bank of California. HOMER 8. KINO. jyl-tf Agent Welle, Fargo k Co. LIEBENAU a JANIN, Anayer. and Metallurgyiata, ■ her m auto w an . •prlS-tf T. M. LUTHER, Shermantown, Nav. Jyft-tf VAN W YCK * CO., Ute of Virgin!. City .ml Gold Bill, Main street, Hamilton, jyl2tf [Successors to Theal k Co.] P. M. EDER A CO. v BANKHH.S, SHlEOy N’cvede. I EXCHANGE FOR BALE ON ATLANTIC A and European cities. Drafts on Han Frinciaco, Racramento, Aaatln. Hamilton and Treasure City. FT Purchase Bullion, make Collections, ami discount commercial paper. Buy and sell Currency. Jel-tf P. M. EDER A CO. FORWARDIKG AND COHHSSION. O F FIC F. S: «1S Montgomery street.Ran Francisco Railroad Depot.Elko At ReiUy k Woodberry'a.Hamilton FAWARDING CHARGER, UNTIL FUR. THER notica, ONE DOLLAR PER TUN. Office of Beachey, Wine* k Oo.'i Fast Freight, at Elko. For apecial contracts, aee 3D- JL. MBYBNDORFF, Agent, Hamilton. Contracts made for freight. Bullion received and shipped, at the lowest rates, either to Ban Francisco or New York. JyAtf Agency for the Sale of QUICK81LVER FROM THE NEW ALMADEN MINES, —18 AT THE Agency of Bank of Oalllfornla, Jr11 Bamllton. tf TO PROSPECTORS OF THIS AND OUTSIDE DISTRICTS. With increased machinery, we am now prepared to work from ft to 10 inns of ore per day, at prices aa low as the larger mills. For Sale.—A general assortment of Asaayers Tools, Muffles, Crucibles, Chemicals, etc. BRADSHAW h Co., Assayora, Main street, Hamilton, opposite Red Wheeler’s. jelS-lm TREASURE HILLS.M.AM.CO. FROM AND AFTER THIB DATE. AND until further notice, ORE WILL BE MILLED BIG SMOKY MILL At • XO MR TUKT, And payment made, prompt, at our usual rate of percentage. BEN. X. BUSH, Agent. WX. XcCASKILL. Sup’t. Hamilton, Bbt., Jane S3,1ST0. jeM-tf TO LAWYERS AND NOTARIES. 'P'O* SALK, CHEAP. A OOMPIJCTK AB J- STRACT of the Under end White Fla. Cm* Becord.. WILLIAM EAHDV. HMallton, Nft., Inly 1, mo. lyl-tf ftrorrrirs, provisions, to. Alb but Mad......Ban Francisco Cal. Albert Mad * Co.Virginia City, Nev. Albert Mad k Co.Auatin, Nev. Albert Mao k Co.Treasure City, Nev. ALBERT MAU & CO.y MAIN STREET, HAMILTON, MAIN STREET, TREASURE CITY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, AND LIQUORS, Hardware, Tinware, Olaasware, Produce, I*ota- l tatoes, Ground Feed, Butter, Cheese, Grain, Rope, Powder and Fuse, Crockery, Etc., Which they will sell H»ow For OmIiI Goods delivered free of charge. Call and sstiiify ' yourselves. Storage and Commission. Goods re- . reived on storage and commission, and for- j warded with dispatch. jy.T-tf E. »• BARNEY. T. J. JONES. Hamilton. Austin. R K-OP ENE J> . The htore of k. h. barney & t o. has this day re-opened, under the firm name of BARNEY & JONES, At Uaelr Fire-proof Brick Htore, MAIN STREET. BET. HUNTER AND DUNN. ! HAMILTON* NEVADA* Where they will be pleased to see their old 1 friends and customers. _ We have a LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, which we propose to sell C’HFAP FOR CANH. con sisting of GROCERIEH, PROVISIONS, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Tinware, Mining Tools, Powder, Fuse, Steel, Etc., etc. WTAKE NOTICE.—All p.nona lucl. l.t«l lo ! Um old firm of E. K. HAItNK\ A CO. ire ro quested to call and settle immediately. jylK-ti BARVKY -IONEN. — t. r. HALLOCK. C. r. MI YKFIS. HALLOCK k MEYERS, West Hide of Main street. Treasure City, Nov., Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in Groceries, Provisions, WINES & LIQUORS, POWDER, FI SE. HtKDWtRE, TIYWUIE, Steel and Wheelbarrows, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, Candies, Nuts* Stationery, Etc. %T As good as the beat, and as CHEAP as the CHEAPEST. Highest price paid fur Country Produce, such as Potatoes, Kggs. Rutter. Etc. B#“Oive us a rail."An JylS-tf ’SHillinrni, <?tr. MILLINERY! MRS. M. T. WARD, Mala Htreet, (Opposite Wells, Fargo k Hamilton, Nevada, Keeps constantly on hand the latest styles MILLINERY COOD8. AU kinds of millinery work dour to order at the shortest notice Jy'i-tf MRS. BLASER, Natlasal Bank Ballrflngr. Mala street. Hamilton, WISHES TO INFORM THK LADIES OF Hamilton and vicinity that she hasM|icne<l her new store, with all kinds of I.ADIKH GOODS of the latest style. Hats, Perfumery, Tors and Fancy Articles. Fashionable Dress making, In the best manner. je-frtf TO THE LADIE8I READ, READ! NEW MILLINERY ROODS! AT REDUCED KATEH! JUST RECEIVED VB OH 0A.B7 FRANOIBCO, A T MR8. J. D. HICKOX’S, Opposite ArmitaK'-'s Drug Store, Main Street, Hamilton, Nev. MK8. HICKOX RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS the Ladies of Hamilton to eome and ex amine the largo and fresh variety of fashionable goods she has just opened. The prices am gauged to suit the pressiu * of the tint |< " if MANNING,gj a. M xin x oil n WATCH ESTABLISHMENT, Main Street, Hamilton, Nev. All jewelry appertaining to a first-class Juwelry House always on hand. Fine American, English and Swiss Gold and Hilver Watches; Fine Ladies and Gent's Diamond Ware; Moss Agate, Amethyst and Topaz Jewelry; Fine Bracelets, Finger Ring*. Nets Jewelry Studs, Masonic and Odd Fellows Pins; Full assortment of 'Cliarms,' Pens and Holders, and Fine Gold and Hilver Chains. WATCHES CLEANED AT THIS KHTABLIHHMFVT FOR THREE DOLLAR8! WARRANTED ONE YEAR. All Flaaa Watches sold at tftala eatab llshment warranted two years. W. Next dear ta Telegraph Office, Je24-tf Main street, Hamilton, Net. A. J. HOUCHTALINC A CO. Daaa street, between Mill and Mala, HAMILTON, NEVADA. Carpenter, Joiner, Jobber, OONTRAOTOR. », All work executed with NEATXEHB and ATCH, and SATISFACTION 6IVKN la all branches of th« business. A. J. Houtalino. W. 8. Casyrk. Mil tf FOR SALE CHEAP!-A , Dwelling-Houa# In Ties stirs (%. Inquire at ! this oRce. <na?:Mf Restaurants, $tr. M O O H’s RESTAITHa> rr (FORMERLY 1 BARNUM’8' >, NEXT DOOR TO IT. NICHOLAS SALOON, MAIN ST., ••-HAMILTON, BOARD BY THE WEEK OR MEAL, POULTRY, GAME, AND VHOBTABlilc, Direct from the * BAY, PER EXPRESS. Private Boom,, — ro« — Ladies and Families. Families and Parties Snpplied with Sappers at Shortest Notice. __ Jyuii POLLARD’S HOTEL, Cor. Main and Hamilton sts. ® A FIRHT-M.ASS HOTEL, WITH i i!*!i. l "”l l,<*Un« K"™' Open Day and Nl«ht, With Prlree moderated to .alt %||, IT1'1'_HKN »' WHITTKMORK, Pmpr.rt,,,. LICK HOU8E, J< arnrr Monlffontery nts.l N.ller Silrcet., jjjg Son Francisco, California. JNO. SI. I.AWI.OR * co.. Ptoprletore. J C. A. Klmr NEVADA HOTEL Broad St., East End of Hunter, HAMILTON,j-j - NEVADA. BOARD PER WEEK. M 0» LODOINO PER WEEK.. «/oo‘ Jo4 If II. P MOLLEHON. Proprietor. FASHION RESTAURANT, Mnlu atroet, Ploclio. A HHST-CLAH8 RESTAURANT. Table supplied ullli AU TNI DELICACIES OF THE SEASON. PWtTY and BAIX NI PPKRN Supplied on abort Rottcf, •*" OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.''f* TAKATR * MoBRISUN, jy'Ju-tf Proprietor*. ELY RESTAURANT, "a,a p,0,hrfN/C) BKN. BOURNE, Pn.p t. ygjk/ Everything tho Market Affords. ALL OF THE BEST! ARTISTICALLY PREPARED AND SERYEO. JeS.Tm KORN’S BAKERY -ASP COFFEE SALOON. Moals, 3 O Oon.a. U. stsiiranta au.l Famili* a supplied with Bread, Plea, Cakes, Dough Nut*, and Cerman Rolls, At Reawonable UcU*. Jy 13-tf SOL. PRKMACKKK. Proprietor F I 8 XL 30 ’ S COFFEE SALOON, M Ain Btroet. Adjoining the Ml. Nicholas Me loan. LUNCHES AT A I. I. HO URN. Say and Nl*h». FASHION CHOP-HOUSE, Main St., Shermantown. ALWAYS KEXP THY beat far* to lie found In Hhermantown, and n"W reflet t Inn daily from Han Francisco every luinry the market ran supply. in the Mhapt «.f Dame, Fish, *o. Conn- and se« for youratf, an«l be sallafled. Come and w* the *lam<htor of the Innocent*: Tiirltoye, OliioU-on*. And all ' amiall deer.* Je20-lf MARCHANT’S LUNCH House, MAIN STREET, .Neil door lo Philadelphia Brewery. iyll.tr J. MARCH ANT, Proprietor. COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT! MAIN STREET, HAMILTON, NEVADA, Two door* above (lie Nfone Nit loon. fJIHE ONLY norSE IN THE PITY TO OFT A Square Meal for BO cts. Jy7-tf DINWOODEY k OO., Proprietor*. W. a. MKALE*. J. AVDERMO*. FASHION CHOP-HOUSE, d^^HftJrwo noons south ok|^ the Express building. Main street. Treasure City*, Nfev, Everything the market afford* always f«»«iu«l on the tslilea. JylU-tf BEALES k ANDERSON, Prop'r* OAnD. RH. PARKER WOULD REBPECTFULIA • call the attention of hia friemlH, and the public generally, that ht» has fitted up his hotel at Eureka, iu flint-class style, where he will 1»‘ happy to accommodate hia patron* with fin*' beda, and everything the market afford* at hi** table. R. II. PARKER. ms23-:tm SELLING OFF AT COST! A I.AROK HTCM'K OK Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Collars, Whips, Spurs, Saddlery Hardware, etc. Intending to close out my business, I will, from and after to-day, sell everything in my line at cost price. Also, for sale, the House anti Lot, northeast corner of Main and Hunter street3, Hamilton. Parties in need of Haddlery or Harness will find it to their advantage to examine my atock and price* before buying »I-*-where. maJfi-Jdptf H. DORMEYEK.