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WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS.
ThnrtdRy. July HI, l>y>.
Xoral JJntfUiflrnrf.
STOCK HOLDER* D1RUCTORV.
UVIKD IM> I'KPAIU OK "HUB
rix* KTO<K«
,\nmr of Mine. |L*9l[id.\PerBkrJDHinf] S*lf.
Even * Blur,NollApr.. 4 06 Au*. I All*. 24
Latawana. -Tun. 2 .15 July 14 Au*. «
Featbantoae-Jnu. 14 .2b July 20 Aug. 11
pogonlp Flat.. Jun. 16 .08 Ju y 23 An*. 8
Mamniotb. May 26 .» Ju y 1 July 22
Jennie A.Consol. Jun.20 .10 July 26 All*. 16
Aurora ConsoliM July 7 8.00 Au*. 10 Kepi. 1
M E F. T 1 » <1 8 .
Eclipse ConaolblalMl. July 23, 1870, at 12 in., at
•210 Battery ntr««>t, San Kraaclaco.
Minkhai, Hill axd Raii-boao Dm
TBicm.—Wa yesterday mot Mr. l'owcll,
who is direct troin the above section.
Ho thinks Mineral Hill is the livelieet
little camp he lias seen in the eastern
part of the State, but does not appear to
think so well of Railroad District. At
Mineral Hill there is an abundance of
good oro in sight lo run one or two mills
for a year or more to come. A 10-stamp
mill, connected with which is a Btete
feldt furnace, is now in course of con
struction and will tic ready to ateam up
about the 1st of August. There are
about too men in the District, and the
greater part of them think that they
have the world by the heels. At llullion
City, Railroad District, there are only
about 100 men, uud the furnace erected
there sometime ngo by Mr. Rogers, of
Khcrmantown, has proven an entire
failure. The presence of antimony, in
large quantities, interfere* with the re
daction of the ores by any process com
monly in use. The ore is also low
grade-much of it not carrying above
$17 in silver to the tun.
An IN’CIOSKT IN a Kiusba Col’ST.—A
few days ago, s csss waa lieing tried in
the Justice's Court at Eureka, to enforce
Hie payment of a promissory note.
Jmlge G., who by the way is a heavy
miner, and never apiieara in oourt, ex
cept it is to help a friend through the
meshes of the law, waa conducting the
plaintiff's side of the cose, and Juilge
!>., a regular practitioner, waa managing
the defense. After the evidence hud all
been submitted,and while Judge D., with
zeal, was presenting the defendant's
side of the conse, he took occasion to
complain that the oppoaing counsel had
unduly annoyed him and bis client by
the realons manner in which the case
had lieen prosecuted. ‘ Why, I don't get
a cent for this case,' interrupted Judge
G. ‘ No;' quickly responded Judge D.;
‘ you try cases for nothing and thus
cheat good luwyerB ont of their fees.'
Well,' continued Judge G., 'I don’t
see what you are getting mail a I suit it
dose n't interfere with you.’
Fikut Ctmu roa Fiianck.—Lazanl,
on Treasnro Hill, is a zealous French
man, anil Ilia sympathies in the impend
ing war ate all for hi* native laud. He
keeps a saloon, aud has much to ssy
abont the valor of his countrymen. A
few nights ago Home mischievous fellows
threw the Tnissinn flag to the breeze,
from the tlRgstafl surmounting his Holoon.
This greatly enragoil onr friend hazard,
who hastened to capture the offensive
hunting; and, placing it under his feet,
tore it to shreds iu less time than we
have been writing tbit item meanwhile,
offering to light all the Teutons in White
Pine. We note that a gentleman of San
Francisco offers a reward of $100 for the
first Prussian flag captnreil by u French
man. hazard is certainly entitlisl to the
' soap.'
Painh-i. Aix imtHT.--Yesterday morn
ing, G. W. Crawford, employed aliont
the Katbhurn furnace, accidentally
slipped the right foot into a vat of molt
en bullion, and of course was badly
tmrnt. He wore a shoe. And the liquid
metal therefor* had no difficulty in pen
etrating the flesh, which, in places, was
seared almost to the bone. Dr. Mo
Means was called to see the unfortunate
man, and from him we learn that it will
probably not be necessary to amputate
the limb. During the afternoon the
injured man waa conveyed to the County
Hospital.
Mm* AaotT mi; Shootiso in Cat it
Vai4.lt.—We have received a letter giv
ing additional particulars concemiug
the late sbootiug iu Cave Valley. It
seems that we wore wrong in stating that
on# of the teamsters were killed. Pear
aon was shot in the back of the neck,
though not dangerously wounded. C.
G. Ames was shot In tne aide, end it is
feared his wound will prove fatal. Eli
jah Iugriim i* the name of the man who
did the shooting. IngTatn was followed
and captured by Deputy Sheriff Turner,
of S'ye county.
Akrksis.—Two women of the town,
Maggie Irwin and Helena Brown, to
gether with ( onstable John Martin, were
arreated last evening, at the inntsnce of
Manuel Champion and Thomas Stevens,
charged with appropriating $14(1, the
money of plaintiffs. We did not hear
the evidence, hut infer that it was pretty
conclusive, inasmuch as the parties were
committed to jail in default ol $1,000
bail each.
An F.saos. -We wera in erroi yester
day in saying Hint no race waa made with
the Inys who came over from Shermnn
iown. As we now understand it, Travis'
Chamber of Commerce' will run 1 Wild
Bill’ for $l,U(*t a-sido, in three woeka
from last Sunday. The forfeit money is
all up, aud both horses are in active
training.
Closed L>.—lu consequence of fail
urea elsewhere, tlio clothing establishment
of Dahlman Bros, in this city wan yes
terday closed up by Deputy U. 8. Marshal
Kuerr. It is understood that the failure
is not chargable to the house here, but
owing to losses sustained by the Virginia
City hontio and elsewhere.
Huso JitB¥.—The jury iu the case of
Biglow and King, acquitted the latter,
and failed to agree as to the former.
The point of difference, we understand,
related to the value of the ore appro
priated. We presume the testimony
was conflicting as to whether the offense
constituted grand or pettit larceny.
<*oot> Yield.— lately, the proprietors
*>f the Purmont mine, Piermont District,
brought iu tour and a quarter tuns of
ore, which worked at the Big Smoky mill
$ltt‘2.0N the tun. Tlw ore w as taken just
/»s it came from t\u, )i*dge—with very
little Assorting.
Oh tdje Wat. -The luilliooM of grass
hoppers tW Lavs infested this section
for the last mouth, are winging their way
to the southward. A short distance west
of town the atmosphere yesterday was
literally black with them.
Nirmo Tools.—A few days since a
was robbed of a lot of wiuing
tools, on Treasure Hill. The owner
thinks he kas the rVllB parties ' spotted,'
and etpresses himself willing to keep
nmtn if the property is speedily returned.
Htriiis.-^h is reported that several
line deposits of ore have lately Wen de
velop*! about the head of Kawmill Can
yon, cfttfpnj ulope of White Pine moun
tain. r
Fmiioht Teams,- An unusually large
number of freight teams have thronged
onr streets for the lest few days.
District Court.—There was not much
1 done in this Court yesterday. A case of
| salt and battery, brought up on appftAl
from one of the Justice’s Courts, was
dismissed, and by agreement of counsel
the trial of Iligelow, charged with grand
larceny, was continued from one week
from to-day. All jurymen were excused
until next Monday.
Lfavkh To-Day.—Mr. E. H. M. Bailey,
formerly Superintendent of the Eber
bardt mine, leaves this District by to
day’s stage, accompanied by his family,
for Vallejo, Cal., which is to l>e their
residence in future. The well wishes of
scores of friends—the just meed of true
worth—will go with them.
Lettera to the following address are
held at the Postoflice, in this city, for
non-payment of postage: Miss Elmira
Munnitig, San Jose, Cal.; Siduey Stout,
White Lake, Michigan; the Purchasing
Agency. Philadelphia.
The Only Fresh Shell Oysters in
Hamilton, are to be found at Byrne’s
old stand, in Perry’s Saloon, Main bL
Also, Pigs Feet, Sheeps Tongues, and
everything else that’s good to cat. Fresh
oysters by every Express.
Treasure Forwarded.—Wells, Fargo
A Co., yesterday, forwarded 2 bars of
bullion, valued at $3,397.14, and weigh
ing 180 pounds, from the South Aurora
Company, to J. W. Beligman A Co., New
York.
Returning.—A great many persons
who went to Eureka iu the Hush of the
excitement about that place, are daily re
turning. Most of persons seem to think
that ms!tern there are being greatly over
done.
The Republicans of Treasure City will
find a call in our advertising columns
for a meeting at Judge Meagher's office,
next Saturday evening, for the purpose
of forming a Union Club.
Fair (’bop.—A ranchman from one of j
the Eastern valleys, who was yesterday
interrogated concerning bis crop, replied
‘first rate.’ 'I will probably raise a
million bushels of -grasshoppers.
Tebpmk hork.—Eureka boasts of two
hurdy houses, and both are well patron
ized by the honest miners and coal
burners of that section.
Dusty.—About sun-down last evening
it suddenly became >ery windy, and for
a time the dust was intolerable
A complimentary subscription party is
being got up, to come oft' at the City
Hall, to-inorTow night.
Dwelling House in Treasure City for
Ml* v*ry ch*sp. Inqnlre st this oAc*. *
Wtsrrllanrous.
■-.'-A.-:—--—-—i tv . ■ _j»
House and Sign Painting!
WM. WILSON
Honse, Sip, and Oruamenlal Painter
Main street, opposite Red Wheeler's.
N. R. Paper Hanging, Glazing, etc., executed
with neatness and dispatch. marl'J-tl
jah. upat'AXrr. tom* bpmuarcb. c.c. chapman
J. & J. SPRUANCE,
HrCCF.RSOHS TO J. C. HORAN A CO..
Importer* and Wholesale Dealers in
Wlnoai And Zjiquora
41i Front street,
Jyll-tf RAN FRANCISCO.
KOPP & COHEN,
Opposite St. Nicholes 8eloonf
MAIN STREET, HAMILTON.
Having removed to the above
named place, are now prepared to furnish
their customers with the BEST
SHAVE. HAIR CUTTIN8, AHO SHAMP00HIN8,
To be had in the State, AT REDUCED PRICES.
PartiM visiting ua will And this the neatest
Emporium of the kind in the city, and no pain* 1
will be spared to give sat Martino. JeM-tf
WANTED!
PAA TUNS OF BULLION OR OKt. FOR
• )Uv immediate shipment.
Apply to MrINTOHH k BARCLAY.
Jyvtf
r E. HOOT. H. BAtUT.
ROOT a Sailey,
HtOCEHSORS TO P. J. WHITE A CO.,
R boleaale Dealer* in
Crocerles and Provisions,
marlO-tf 411 Front street. Hsu Francisco.
Dissolution Notice.
r|'HE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
1 IHTINO 1st ween J. W HTOUT and J. 8
ALLEN ha* lx eu this day dissolved by mutual
consent J. M. STOUT,
J. H. AI.LEN.
Hamilton, Nev., July ], KO.
The business will be continued at the old j
ataud, by STOUT k CRONART, who will settle
th* affair* of the )a(<* Arm of Stout k Allen.
J. W. STOUT,
Jyll Jw* C. H. CRONART. j
NEVADA MILL.
M'CONE A DUNN MOnifTONS.
OFFICE At ths Mill, Nevada Canyon apt* !
HERE ’8 A BARGAIN!
ONE EXTRA COMPLETE SET OF ASSAY
KRH TOOLS Smelting andCupel Furnace.
Chemicals, Molds, Tongs. Crucibles, Bullion
Scales. Assay and Cupel Mold*, large Mortar,
etc. Cost $4.V». Will lie sold for $300.
Apply to BRADSHAW k 00..
jyi-lw Main street, Hamilton.
PROCEEDINGS
Of the 1'alon Republican Mate Cen
tral Committee.
AT A MEETING OF THE UNION REPl B
L1CAN State Central Committee, held at
Virginia City, June Xf. 1*70. it was
Unsolved, That a State Convention of the Na
tional Union Republican Tarty 1* held at Elko
on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER TWENTY
FIRST, 1*70, to nominate candidate* for the fol
lowing office*, to wit: Governor, Lieutenant
Governor. Representative in Congress, Justice of
the Supreme Court, Secretary of State, Attorney
GeneraJ, Treasurer of State, Controller of State,
SunPyor-General, Superintendent of Public In
struction, State Mineralogist, and Clerk of tho
Supreme Court, and the transaction of inch
other business as shall properly come before
said Convention.
On motion. Resolved, That each county be
entitl'd to one Delegate at large, one for each
one hundred (100) votes, and one lor each frac
tion over fifty (50) cast for the Republican Presi
dential Electors at the election of 1NH*.
On motion, Resolved, That we recommend to
the several County Central Committee* that the
Primary Election of Delegate* to both State and
County Conventions he held nu the 15th day of
September, MV0. and that at sad c lection ono
delegation l>e elected to the State Convention
and one delegation to the County Convention.
On motion. Resolved, That a voter at the
Union Republican Primaries shall poaaess the
followlug qualifications: He shall lie a citizen ,
of the United States and Stale of Nevada; he
shall at the time of voting at tho Primaries be a
qualified elector and registered voter of the pre
cinct lu which hr offers to vote; he ahall have
voted the I’nion Republican ticket, State and
National, at tbe general election of November,
A. D. 1*58. or would have done «o had it been
possible to vote; he shall solemnly pledge him
self to vote for the nominees of the Union Re
publican party at the general election in Novem
ber, A. D. 1870.
Resolved, That we recommend to the several
County Central Committees, that on the day of
the Primary RtectUm for Delegates to the sev
eral Conventions, the people lx- requested to ex
press their preference for the candidate-u for the
several offices. State and County, by a direct
vote.
Delegates art apportioned to tbe several coun
ties as billows:
(‘Imre hill...8
DougUf .. 4
Kumaralda .,...4
HuwlK.hlt.4
Lyou.4
Tjind* ..11
Lincolu.2
Nyo..«
Ormt&f.«
Storey.W
Wseho*....,,.lo
Elko.«
Whit*- Pin**.10
Total.W
N. A. H. BALL,
Chairman Nevada State Central Committee Na
tional Union Repnblicau Party.
jelMd r, C. Rattuva*. w««*retnry
Irrlvftla and Drpartnm.
ARRIVALS.
by wnomtUTT a KMot'a link.
R T Marka Oeo Roach John Huber
C’haa II BlaMicr t’bua Lratm**n <• KuMuli
N Meltcher* fling Koe
BY BKACnEY, WISES A TO.'* LIME
C Hohiii* i- John Black I* B lim n
DEPARTURES.
BY WOilDBCEE A ENNOR'a LINE.
B R Morgan Them Sheri Dan Daltou
Dan High John Hutxr 4 H \M'lur*
L Frank II Kahn A R HonM
J Schooling R S Wright C Morrill
L Breshlaoer T .1 Manjdu Chaw Pavia
John Crandle John H Ring
BY BKACBKY. WINEH A CO.'i LINE.
Sam Coney C lluuaou P Gleason
by tea via, aiLaoN k co.’a not hi. uxt.
Mm Connor Robt Winan** Robt Durham
Wm Curnow K Kartim H A Woitchol*
Wm Shivedy Mr O’Xeil R RoMiinoii
West Travia
Go to G. R. Alexander's for your
drugs. _ fo7-tf
*«i$rrllanrou&.
DR. 8. A. McMEANS'
SYSTEM or PRACTICE IN
RHEUMATIC CASES,
BASED I'PON
PATHOLOGIC AL IXVKHTIG ATIOXM.
Sk.Por ule bj <i. B. ALEXANDER, Druggist,
Main atreet, Hamilton. JaSCtf
RAILROAD TO HAMILTON!
KT1IV-A.33A IIOTBIj!
1J0R THE BEST AND CHEAPEST BOARD
' in Hamilton, go to the Nevada Hotel. Board,
•7 per week. je23-lm
FAST FREIGHT.
The east freight line or w. l.
PRITCHARD la In full hlaat, and running
on
fifi-HOTJRH TIME
FROM
ELKO TO HAMILTON!
AND IS PBEPAItKD TO TAKE
ANY AMOUNT OF FREIGHT
CHON
Elko to White Pine!
MAItK OOOD8
CARE PRITCHARD FAST FREIGHT.
All good* thn* marked will come FREE OP
FORWARDING CHARGES AT FT.KO
WILL SHIP
BUZjZjZODJ, orb,
Or any other kind of Freight,
From HAMILTON to ELKO,
OR CONTRACT TO
DELIVER ORE, BULLION, ETC.,
Ill San Francisco or New York.
OFFICE:
In Cross’ Fire-proof Warehouse,
Hamilton ntrret, Hamilton, Xev
P. A. DOM MEN, GEO. COWLES,
Agent. Elko. Agent. Hamilton.
W. L. PRITCHARD,
jfc-4tf Proprietor.
VTA TOANO!
F. F. MARX,
General Forwarding
— AND —
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
YXTIXL MAKE ADVANCES ON FREIGHT,
YY and ship all goodn consigned to hi* care
for any and all Mining Camp* in Southeastern
Nevada, and to all ]M>inta In Idaho.
Shortest and hast routes and KKKK roads to
ECAN CANYON.
DEES CREEK,
KERN,
PATTERSON.
SILVER PARK,
ROBINSON.
BELMONT.
SHOSHONE.
PIERMONT.
ELY,
COOPER, and
SACRAMENTO DISTRICTS,
And .11 point* .'Ij.cont t spring ,nd NTt-p!.*
Commissions and Freights
The very I.owent.
DIRECT CARE OF DIAMOND
M, TOANO.
JyU-tf r. F. MARX.
POST-OFFICE BOOKSTORE,
Hamilton, Nevada,
RUSSELL BROTHERS,
-! >:*] yK« I,
Books, Stationery, Magazines,
Newspapers, Variety Cooda.
Cigars and Tobacco.
RrgHKLI. HROTHIM ARK
*IH'«-Ial ag« nt* at White Pine
for the (California and Nevada
i »m i a in Vi • U| n« wapapers.
£#*Hubacription* received, and nubacriber* in
Haniiltou and Treanure City nerved with pa pern
immediately after arrival of Eiprean, every day.
The PoatofHce (1rr«latinf Library I
g^New books added from time to tfme.Tl
Jyc-tf
Dissolution Notice.
fiiHE FIRM OF SCRIBNER. TAYLOR k CO.,
I Real Estate Broker*, ix this day dissolved.
W. I*. TAYLOR.
July 9,1870. JylO-lm
W A N T E D !
I FIFTEEN OR TWENTY EXPERIENCED
1 hauda, to
SXXBiLTl SXXX3X1F.
Apply in L R. WITHINGTON
Je30.tr Or It. 1*. DAYTON.
WAN T E D;
*> AAA CORDS OF WOOD W’ANTED AT
the Dayton and Manhattan Mills—
to be pine and mahogany. Apply to
JjrfL* JOHN GRAY.
IMPROVED AMERICAN FAN.
PPHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
1 an Unproved Fan for Smelting Furnace* or
for forcing air into mines, etc., which far aur*
pannes anything now in use for quantity of blast,
and in equal in force to the celebrated Rtetefeldt
Fan. It In durable, and easily set up by any
ordinary man; and an the motion ia only from
700 to 800 revolution* per minute, for an ordi
nary blast, it taken r-o more ]H>wer thau those
imported. Price, 9133. With patent oiler, 9131
to 1183. Apply to CHAB. LAM PM A if,
llunnell A Co.’* Lumber Yard, Hamilton. Nev.
JyU-tf
THE 81 ANT POWDER CO.,
AFTER HAVING ENLARGED ITH WORKS,
han resinned the manufacture of its
BLASTING POWDER.
RANDMANN, NEILSON k CO.,
General Ag* nts,
2lo Front Mtraet, Han Franciaeo, Cal.
MOTT, riMH * CO.,
Loral Agent*,
JyliMm Hamilton, .Nevada.
Hardware, Ptf.
FIONHBH
BOILER WORKS!
HAMILTON —WHITK PINK.
AIX KINDS OF BOILERS, WROUGHT IRON
Tanks, Water Pip**, Doors and Shatters,
I Gasometers, Blast Furnaces, Tewer Iron Ladles.
All kinds of Sheetiron Work and Machine Black*
I smithing, etc.
Impairing promptly attended to, at the lowest
: possible terms. •*. V. HALL.
ITactical Boiler Maker, Proprietor.
I Je'JMf
j l.U. Fishman, Jos. Goduabd.
PIONEER M NDRY4 MACHINE SHOP,
Broad and KlfUi Nta.. Hamilton.
CIODDARD Si CO.-STEAM ENGINES
T furnished to order: beet Quarts Mill Ma*
chincry constructed and repaired. Shoes, Dies,
and other Hard Iron furnished at San Francisco
prices with freight added. Having a new plant
of tools, are prepared to do General Repairing,
Black unlit him*. Pipe Cutting, BoiW Repairing.
Etc., Etc.
Orders respectfully solicited, and filled with
dlsnatcb. j**2A-tf
E. n. MOTT, JH. t. a. MOTT, 8. H. KISH,
Han Francisco. Hamilton. Treasure City.
MOTT, FISH & CO.
TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON,
IMPOKTKIM AJf!> 1IKM.EBH IN
BARS W ARB),
Mill and Mining Oooda,
IRON AND STEEL, QAS PIPE,
Stsam and Has Vlttlaga,
Honae Kanaialiiag 41 a ads,
Ntove*, Tin sad Copper Ware.
C UTTING AND PITTING GAB PIPK,
DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
BOMS AO ENTS FOR
Jeasop’e Celebrated Steel,
Lake Superior (Kaffla) Kune,
| TOY. BICKFORD Jt CO.'S FUSE,
Gr 1 Ant Z*owdor,
-AND —
DUPONT’S POWDER.
iyO-tf MOTT. FINB * CO.
P. A. WAGNER,
Main Street, Hamilton, Nevada,
— IMPOBTKB AND DBAI.KR IN —
Mill and Mining Coods,
CAS PIPE,
Steam Cas Pipe Fitting,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
8TOV33 S,
Tin and Copper Ware.
Cutting and Fitting Gas Pipe,
DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
fST"All work in nor line done with dispatch.
JyT-tf
Ore Bags! Ore Bags!
Mine owners and superintendents
in want «»f ORE RAGS will find every Klee
| and quality, at lower price* than they can im
! port them from San Francisco or the East. Also
TENTS, STRAINERS. HOSE, and every de.
i scription of H AIL-MAX IXG, at
THOMAS FLITCBOFT'R.
Upper end of Main street, opposite the
Jyll-tf New Courthouse. Hamilton.
N OTI OBI !
FREE FORWARDING!
ON AND AFTtH THIS DAT! AND INTIL
further notice,
I will Forward Freight
From
ELKO TO WHITE PINE
FREE OF CHARGE!
II W VIRI i
Elko, New., June J7,1B70. * Je27-tf j
FORWARDING FREE!
U N TI L FURTHER X O TIC F .
We will Forward Freight
From
Elko to White Pine District {
FREE OF CHARGE!
Parties shipping to onr care can rely upon |
having their
Freight Forwarded with Dispatch
And
At the Lowest Going Rates.
je27-tf WHITNEY k 00.
I -Jofr.a Rin.LT. W. Woodufjmt.
REILLY A WOOOBERRY,
AUCTION, COMMISSION,
ANT*
j FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
MINING
-AN I)
REAlp ESTATE
BROKBTUB,
ISO, MAIN STREET, HAMILTON.
Liberal Caih Advances wade an
CONSIGNMENTS!
U.KMl.r »,l( !»«>.,
; WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
0. M. 8»EVKS», AneUiwecv.
US,. »f D. A. NRYENDOHrr.
J«3-t{
FOR 8ALE.
C1HEAP FOR CAHH. A HOUSE A*l> --
/ LOT. House with Three Rooiua. we 11 Tap
furnished, with water and every mivu iJSL
lenoe for a comfortable residence. Situated im
mediately in front of the Courthouse. For par
Men lent, apply at this ofH.-e ini'>:.tr*
Yforrt) and i'erd Stnblrs.
LIVERY it SALE STABLE,
126 Fourth st., bet. Mission and Howard,
San Francisco, Cal.,
A. J. FftAXCM.Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. BOARDER*
kept in the heat style. First-clxsa Double
Teams, HiugleTeams and Hsddle Horses, jy 16-lru
TREASURE CITY LIYERT STABLE.
E. MEYER,
THE ORIGINAL LIVERY AND HALF. fi’i'A
BLE proprietor,
Treasure Street, Treasure City,
Is still holding out si the old stand, and has
elegant turnouts, horses, buggies, wagons, and
all outfitting* pertaining to A HAXDHOMF
TURNOUT.
Stock taken for keeping, by tbs week, day or
mouth, at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Outfits for ProMi*ectors and Excursionist* fur
nished on private term*.
The Beat Mtooh,
at the lowest prices, i« the p&irt of this eftt«b
liehment.
jy6-tf E. MEYER.
tfW Y0ST & CO. fat?
LIVERY, FEED A SALE STADLE,
Silver Park, Nov.
fVHE PROPRIETOR* BEG LEAVE TO IN.
± FORM the traveling public that they are
now prepared to forniitn stable room for any
amount of stock, on the most reasonable terms.
The beat of groomsmen at this establishment.
STOCK RANCHED, at reasonable rates, by the
day, week or month. 1*30-1 m
PfottUaseow.
Delinquent Tax List.
{Proceeds of Mines.]
Hiaxe Ok Nevada. Covet* of Wmu Pint, i
District Attorney's Office. (
Notice of suits commenced, to th«
following named defendants and to all own.
ers of, or clalmanta to the mines or mining
claims hereinafter described, known or un
known : You arc hereby notified that suits have
been commenced in the Justice Court, Town
ship No. 1, in Hamilton, M. Atwood, Justice, by
the State of Nevada, plaintiff, against each of
the defendants hereinafter named, and each of
the following described mines or mining claims
and all owners of or claimants to the same,
known or unknown, to recover the tax and de
linquency assessed to said defendants, against
the proceeds of said property for the quarter
year commencing the 1st day of October, A. D.
1869, ar d ending the 91st day of December, A. D.
1869, and that a summons lias been duly issued
in each case. 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 be taken against
you and the mine or minlug claim herein de
scribed foi the amount of tax and delinquency
specified and coats of suit:
Keller mine, tax and percentage #y 60.
Mahogany mine, situated in Mahogany can
yon; tax and percentage 5 99.
Milton mine, tax and percentage 1 19.
Minnetta mine, containing60 feet; tax aud per
centage 3 86.
Minnesota mine, containing 1200 feet; tax and
percentage 3 50.
Oakland mine, containing 1400 feet; tax and
percentage 14 40.
Pau 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 600 feet, on Chloride
Flat; tax and percentage 22 94.
Sagebrush mine, 1,000 feet,Treasure Hill, near
Posthole; tax and percentage 33 10.
Sangamon mine, containing 1000feet; tax and
percentage 26 99.
Caroline mine, containing 1200 feet; tax and
percentage 12 62.
Posthole mine, containing 600 feet, located on
Chloride Flat; tax aud percentage 73 54.
Colleen Bawu mine, located on Bromide Flat:
tax and percentage 13 21.
Charles A Theresa mine, 1000 feet, on Iceberg
Hat; tax and percentage 29 64.
El Dorado mine; tax ami percentage 16 64.
Domingo Ledge A Co. or mine, containing 800
foot; tax and percentage 162 16.
Farewell min*-, containing 1600 feet ; tax and
percentage 2 72.
Gelkey mine; tax and percentage 16 12.
Hartwell 1/edgi A Co, containing 1400 feet;
about one mile northwest Hamilton and east
Bullion Hill; tax aud percentage 21 57.
Howard mine A Co, containing 800 feet; tax
and percentage 1 57.
The Bentin Cortes mine; tax aud percentage
2 80.
Black Thorn rniue; tax and percentage 1 50.
John Steele-; tax and percentage 2 78.
Broom Ranger mine; tax and percentage 9 70.
< hihuahus Company; tax and percentage 14 55.
E. J. Brown mine; tax and perceutag* 2 65.
Seymour No. 10 mine, Chloride Flat; tax and
percentage 67 46.
sierra Pascce mine, containing 1000 feet, on
Treasure Hill; tax and percentage 1 30.
Josephine mine; tax and percentage 6 86.
Silver Star mine; tax and percentage 24 31.
T. H. Wills mine; tax and pen'entage 2 07.
You Be Dam min*; tax and percentage 3 56.
Hamilton, White Pine County, Nevada. I
June 28. a.d. 1870. \
F. H. KENNEDY,
District Attorney White Pine Cnunty, Nev.
EDWARD IRWIN,
Sheriff White Pine County, Nev.
By Jko. H. shkemitb. Deputy Sheriff.
je2P-oaw4w
AUBURN MILL8,
nxisro, NBVASA.
THE NEVADA
LAND & MININA COMPANY,
(I.IMITK !>,)
WILL PURCHASE SILVER ORES,
IN ANY QUANTITY. AT THE FOLLOWING
NET rates:
On Ores Assaying per tun HO, 9G jor cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun |50, DO jier cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun WO. 37 H per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying i»er tun $70, 40 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $80, 43 per cent, of
Assay Value.
Ou Ores Assaying per tun $00, 48 per oent. of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $100, 50 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $125, 56 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $130, 60 per cent, of
Asaay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $175, 63 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tuu $200, 65 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $950, 08 jor oent. of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tuu $973, 70 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun f 300, 72 per cent, of
Asaay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $330, 74 percent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tuu $400, 77 percent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $300. 78 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $600, 79 i*er cent, of
Aaaay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun 4700. 81 per cent, of
Assay Value.
On Ores Assaying per tun $800, 82 per cent, of
Aaaay Value.
Qn Orea Assaying per tun $900, 83 per cent, of
Asaay Value.
On Orea Assaying per tun $1,000, 84 per cant, of
Aaaay Value.
No charge for milling, sampling, or assays.
Gold, upwards of $20 and not exceeding $100
per tun, contained in silver ores, will lie paid
for at above rates.
Assays guaranteed to <H>rre*[*>ud with the I’.
B. Mint.
Ore Backs returned to *hipp«*-ft free of rail
road charges.
Ores sampled by Battery or Cruaher, at option
of shipper.
J. J. UINNR, Nasagw.
Reno, Nev., dune 1,16T0. Jy7-tf
DENTISTRY.
Second daer above the Steae Nslasa,
Mala Htreet, Hamftltso.
I AM TVU.T PHKPARK1) TO
perform mil oj*,r*Hun* Iq the
Dent*! Art. Havlm; be«u la
continued practice tiurt 1(U0. 1
feel well aaaured at I will be ahla to aatjefy all
who may require my aerricoe.
>mr v c. Kirflota.
ansuranrf.
UMPIRE
MUTUAL
I
Life Insurance Co.,
o *»
NEW YOHK.
G. HILTON SCRIBNER, Presiieit
SIDNEY I. CROFOf. - • Secretary.
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** 17 C G E N H
-THEr
CRITERION OF EXCEUENCE!
ORDINARY
LIFE POLICIES
ABSOLUTELY
NON-FORFEITABLE
FROM
Payment or First Annnal Premium!
SPECIAL INSURANCE
NON - FORFEITABLE!
After Two Annnal Premiums!
One-Third of the Annual
Premium Loaned to the
party inaured, '• amimi,
A X 1>
NO NOTE REQUIRED!
THE SUSINES8
— or —
THE COMPANY
L*» ON
THE MUTUAL PLAN!
_
No evidence could prove
more conclusively how ful
ly the publio appreciate the
new and liberal features of
this Company, and the well
earned reputation of Its
leading Officer* and Direc
tors, than the
IMMENSE SUCCESS
or T H K
EMPI R E !
Unprecedented and Unparalleled j
BY ANY OOMPANY
IN EUROPE OR AMERICA! j
~"
AGENTS.
Applications for Agencies
in piaoes where the Empire
is not already represented
wISI be reoeived only from
parties who oan give tin*
doubted references as to
qualifications and integri
ty, and should be address
ed to the undersigned.
0. F. VON RHEIN A CO.,
saa Montgomery street,
l|fa.O, Cai,,
(Oppoattr (KW Follows Hall, ground
floor,)
Managers for the Pacific
Coast,
Jrai'fUr s
HAIIjHOAD
Stage *»>nc*
iucmcy, wia«» * a. «*•*’*•
CHANCE OF TIME!
(l« At 'J o'clock p. in., connecting vtth th»
' oSm PwMr
• wager*, EMf**« mhI t alto* State* Mail*.
1 Art™ In Hamilton «U O’cta* *».
THHOVOII TO EUO IS 1* HOI'M*!
FROM F.I.KO TO HAMII-TOS I> 1# HOt'RH?
Thla company now baa I ha road atookad with
Npla.dld Mi-Hatw »«««. anl lha
Intel Improvad Cwwwrd faachaa
rHRAF FABK AAD HVIf* Till* I
LEW. WISES. Snprtnlamlant.
HOMER B. BIWG, A*ant.
| Hamilton. Her., /nip 1». UPO. Jy*-«^
WOODRUFF * DMORI
STAaB IjIBBI
cr NEW ROUTE! -*J
/'10A0HB8 HAVE HAMILTON DAILY. 41
\j 14 o'clock in., running through
SILVERADO,
EUREKA.
MINERAL MILL. and
RAII/ROAD DISTRICT,
Te T* ATlrllt ^ Wu-1,
Connecting with the Chrs f*r tbs Waal neat
morning.
Fine NEW CONCORD COACH** aad IQ
HORSE STOCK.
Passenger* for tbs East and West will flag
this the shortest and pleasantest route.
OFFICE: Main street, Hamilton, opposite
Walls. Fargo A On. a.
WE WILL ALSO RUN A
FA8T FREIGHT LINE
FROM PAL1MAD1,
OVER THE SAMK ROUTS.
mr Mark Goods caw ' W. 4 E., PalUede.'
Parties shipping goods by our line will plasm
glr* notice at our offices, at Saa Francisco sad
Sacramento, where they will receive prompt at
t* ntion and be forwarded with dispatch.
Offices—484 Olay street, San Francisco; AtJ J
street, Sacramento; 88 South C street. Virginia
City; and Main street, Hamilton, Whits Pina.
JyQ-tf WOODRUFF 4 ENNOB. Proprietor*.
HAMILTON AND PIOCHE
sTAara XjXktsi!
CAUVIM
Tbe U. S. lail & W. F. & Co.’s Express.
Leaves Hamilton on Monday and
THURSDAY, at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrives at
Pioche on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o’clock
a. m. Leaves Pioche on MONDAY and THURS
DAY, at 8 o’clock a. m. Arrives at Hamilton
TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o’clock a. m.
This is the only eatabliehed line to Pioche,
via Robinson and Patterson. Smoothest and
quickest route.
Alao, a branch line from Patterson to Silver
Park, making close connection with oar regular
stages.
Our road la double stocked with ft-horat
changes.
Satisfaction guaranteed to passenger*, or mo
ney refunded.
TRAVIS, WTIAON k CO., Proprietor*
Our FAST FREIGHT LINE will be estab
lished in eight days. Merchant* in Ploch*. Sil
ver Park, and intermediate points, will End It to
their advantage to mark goods • Care TRAVIh,
WILSON k OO., Feet Freight. Jf*-tf
HAMILTON AND TREASURE CITY
STACK #ii§Wt UNK.
WILL HERF.AFTER LEAVE^SbaRTM
CITY AND HAMILTON Bvary Hoar -
nuking right round trip* dally, carrying Walla,
Fargo A Co.'* Flprea* *nd lh* I'nlted Brat**
Mall. Connecting with
BF-ACHY. WINES, A CO.'S 8TA01H.
l'Mthfrr* *nd Freight called lor *t both
point*. Office »t Bt. Niched** Baioon, M*to-*t.
Le*rc* with the m*il for Tr«**nr* City rrere
morning, at ? if o'clock.
Jj-J-tf JAMES HAOAB, HopriM .r,
TREASURE CITY
P A S 8 E N C K R LINK.
IjlLEGANT AND COMFORT- i_A£gn
J ABLE alelgha lu Wlnt*r.JSH^aBt
and anay wagon* in Summer F-*ul»r trie,
rain or ahlne, and perfectly *afa at all time*.
(*■ A share of pnbllc patronage la aoliritad
JaK-tf ALFRED ORANT, Propriator.
HATCH A KIPtllMlER.
Through in 84 Hours!
SPEED INCREASED
— AND —
Fibre Reduced I
I'INK STOCK AND OOOD COACHES LF-AVK
twlc* » »«*. TFKHDAT and
BATLRDAY morning*, at 8 o’clock.
Through In TwanpAw Maata
T****ug«r» Far Ely will And thi* tancli Iba
ahortaat, chaapeat and plaaaanteat real*.
Office-A! BARNEY A JONES' Brick Hu,re.
Mam street, Hamilton. Jal84f
SOUTHERN MAIL I EXPRESS LINE.
SALT LAKE CITY
8I0CHE CITY, HY DISTRICT.
ON JULY L 11)70. UNDER GOVERNMENT
contra) ft* carrying the UNITED STATES
.U1''11 ndf r« I go ed will commence to run
CONCORD COACHE8 from HALT LAKE CITY
to WOCHE CITY, vl. PROVO CITY, FILL.
MORE, BEAYEE, mud other Intennadlnln point.;
having a contract to carry the United state.
Mall and Well., Fargo h Oo.’a Exptese.
gtagca will leave Melt Lake (Sty and Piocba
£*& m*ktDK 'he trip in three and n
half day*.
PARE THROUGH. MB— CURRENCY.
■U«H WHITK, Proprietor.
*. 1. HALPIN k OO.,
Agent* at Pioche City.
, _ WELLS, FARGO k CO..
j>a~lr Agents at Salt lake City.
CALIFORNIA
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY
THK FA8T A3n> BPURNBn)
CHRYSOPOLM AND CAPITAL,
Will leava oa altmsate days (or San Frame taco
‘NeanlvM at the care, at 1 Vs i>'rlochp.in_.'
from the toot of K street. r
Hteanmr CHKYHOPOUS, Foster, MaaWr wilt
Jj»» on MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS ahd FR1
Steamer CAPITAL. Pool, Maetm. well leave ea
TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS and StATURDAYH.
Para between Han rranclaeo and Samamaute
will be as follows:
CABIN...wa, SB
DECK.. LM
To NearSVU.1.R—Cabin...77-LSB
Par HaryavUls and the Inform ad late
Uedlaga
The Company's stssnun will lean (or ttaiji
villa and Intermediate tandinga dally kt midday
,Saturdays and Sundays excepted): Buadaya. at
1a.m.
Ear Red BlnM.
The steamer RED BLUFF will leave Iter Wed
Bluff and intermediate lending* every SATUR
DAY, nt 7 o'clock n. m
Freight secured on day prerksti to departme.
Fee height or peseage apply on board, at to
t ItPOlNGTON, AMI.
V»-« on hoard hrig Globa

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