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Ordinance No. 37.
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which ronolntton «h*U he entered upon the re.
eord of their proMWling*. *nd * copy thereof.
eertltk'd i, tb« Or*. f-rtbwlth dnUvered
to the AttMMor. M*r»h»i and Treaanrcr. AD
tare* levied imiler the prorUion* of thU Ordi
nance ohali be paid in legal coin of the I'niled
Htatttt and are hereby made a lieu against the
property assessed, which lieu shall attach upon
the wwessuient thereof by the Assessor, and shall
not be removed until all the taxes have been
paid or the property has vested In a purchaser
under sals for taxes.
gcc. 2. AH property in Hamilton City, not
exempt by law from taxation, shall be subject to
taxation for city purpose*, and shill be tsxed ss
i**] estate or personal property. The term • real
estaU,' whenever used In this Ordinance, shall
include the ownership of, or ahum u>, or posses
Mon of.or right afp^seision to. any land within
the city limits; and the term * personal property,’
whenever used in this Ordinance, shall Include
all movable property, of wfcfUoever kind or na
ture, not inmded in the term • real estate ’ as
herein deified.
Hec.1 Between the fourth Monday iu June
and fhe first Monday in August. Hffb. end each
year thereafter, the City Assessor shall ascertain
and make out a Hat of all property iu the city,
real and personal, tabject to taaaMuu, and aleo
the sanies of sH persons, eorixwatlonH, associa
tione, companies or firms, owning, claiming or
having the possession or control of tho same,
and determine the full cash value of all such
property and list and assess the same to the per
son, firm, company, corporation, or association,
owning claiming or having the possession,
charge or control thereof. For tho purpose of
making such assessment, the Assessor shall de
mand from each person aud firm, and from the
President, Cashier, Treasurer or managing agent
of eaah corporation, association or company
within the city, or doing business or owning
property therein, a statement under oath or af
firmation of all the real estate or personal prop
erty within the city, owned, claimed by, or in
the possession or under the control of such per
son, firm, corporation, association or company.
If any person, officer or agent shall neglect or
refuse, on demand of the Assessor or his Deputy,
to give, under oath or affirmation, the statement
required by this section, the Assessor or his Dep
uty shall make a minute of such refusal or neg
lect under his name, aud an estimate of the tax
able property which such person, officer or agent
neglected or refused to so render; and the value
ho fixed shall not be reduced by the Board of
Equalisation, if the name of any absent owner
Of property known to the Acnpeaar, the prop
erty shall be assessed In his, her or their names;
if unknown to tho Assessor, the asm? shall be
assessed to unknown owners. The form of the
Assessment Roll, and the manner of making
the assessment hereby ordained, shall be sub
stantially the same as that prescribed by law for
County Assessors. For the purpose of carrying
out the provisions of this section the Assessor
and his Deputy shall have power and authority
to administer all oaths and affirmations author
ized by law.
8*t*. 4. On or before the first Mouthy in An
gust. 1870, and each year thereafter, the City As
sessor shall complete bis tax list or assessment
roll, aad attach his certificate thereto, which
certificate shall 1* by him subscribed and sworn
to, and substantially in tho following form, to
wit: • I do solomnly swear that 1 have made
diligent Inquiry Into the names of all taxable in
habitants of Hamilton City: that I have diligently
investigated and ascertained the description,
value, and ownership, of all taxable property in
said city; that I have in all oases sought and put
down the true owner, true description and true
value of all property assessed to the beat of my
ability; and that the annexed is a true and cor
rect assessment roll, made in accordance with
the laws of the State and the ordinances of the
said city.' And shall deliver said assessment
roll, maps, books and the original list of prop
erty to th* City Clerk, who shall immediately
give notice of the same, specifying the time of
meeting of the Board of Equalization by publi
cation in some newspaper published in said city,
or in such other manner as the Board of Trustees
may direct; and shall keep the roll open for pub
lic Inspection.
Hec. 6. The Board of Trustees shall consti
tute the Board of Equalization, and a majority
of the Board, with the President of the Board,
shall be a quorum for the Board of Equalization;
and the decision, a majority of such quorum
shall be final. The City Clerk shall to the Clerk
of the Board of Equalization. The Board shall
meet on the first Monday after the completion of
the assessment roll, and shall continue in ses
sion from time to time, until the business of
equalization brought before them is disposed of;
provided, that no complaint on account of the
assessment of any property shall to considered
unless it shall be filed in writing with the Clerk
of the Board within one week after the session
of the Board commences. The Board of Equal
ization shall luve the power to determine all
complaints in regard to the assessed value of
any property, and may change aud correct any
valuation, either by adding thereto or deducting
therefrom, if they deem the sum fixed by the
assessment roll too small or too great; whether
such sum to fixed by the owner or the Assessor,
except that in cases when' tho person complain
ing of tho assessment has refused to give the
.Assessor his list under oath or affirmat ion, as re
quired by this ordinance, no reduction shall be
made by the Board of Equalization in theassess
ment made by the Assessor. If the Board of
Kqualization shall find it necessary to add to the
assessed value of any property on the assess
ment roll, they shall direct their clerk to give
notice to the persons interested,by notice depos
ited in the poirt office, directed to such person,
naming the day when they will act in that case,
and giving reasonable time to appear. During
the sessions of the Bnird of Equalization the
Assessor shall be present, and also his deputy, if
necessary, as a witness in any ease; and they
shall have a right to inakn any statement, or
produce anv testimony pertinent to any matters
comlpg before the Board. The Board shall
make use of all the information they cun gain
from the County Recorder, or otherwise, in
equalizing the asMessmcnt roll, and may order
the Assessor to enter upon tho said roll any
mortgage or lien, or other property that has not
lieen assessed; aud the assessment aud equaliza
tion so made,shall Imre tho sauw* force aud effect
as If made by the Assessor before the delivery of
the assessment loll by him to the City Clerk.
8ec. 6. As soon as the equalization is com
pleted,^ Clerk shall prepare a duplicate assesa
ment roll, which Khali contain the assessment as
originally made and as equalized by the Board,
and to which shall to added a column showing
the amount of taxes due from each party
assessed, which duplicate assessment roll he
shall certify to to correct, and deliver the same
to the Olty Marshal, charging him with the
whole amount of taxes shown to be due thereon.
When the duplicate assessment roll has been de
livered to the Oily Marshal, he shall cause a
notice thereof to to published in some newspa
per published hi the city, if there be one, for
one week, requiring taxpayers to come forward
and pay their taxes within four weeks from the
publication of said notice. The Marshsl Khali
immediately upon the receipt of the said dupli
cate assessment roll, commence the collection of
taxes, and for that purpose he shall remain in
his office from 8 o'clock a.m. to 4 o'clock p.m. of
each day, for four weeks after the assessment
roll has been so delivered.
Sec. 7. It *11*11 bu the duty of the Marshal to
pay over to the City Treasurer, on each Haturdsy
after he commence* the collection of taxes, ths
whole amount collected during tho week pro
ceeding, less hi* oommisai- ms for collecting, and
to take duplicate receipts therefor -one of which
he shall Ale with the Clerk, aud tho other retain
oh his touch*. The Clerk Khali credit the Mar
shal on the meiment roll with all sums so
paid. The Marshal shall also n*i>ort to the
Board af Trusts* every week, the amount paid
over to the Treamtrcr at ills last settlement, and
the aiuouut of hi* commission thereon; provid
ed, that it shall be the duty of the Marshal to
collect the tixen upon personal or movable prop
erty immediately upon the aascKsmeut thereof
by the Assessor, and to pay over and report the
same as hereiubefore provided.
Bw. 8. Whenever any tax is paid to the Mar
shal, he shall mark the word ‘ paid,' and the date
of the payment opposite the name of the per- !
son or tho description of tbe property liable for
such taxea, aud shall give a receipt therefor,
specifying the amount of tin* assessment, the
amount of the tax, aud the description of tbe
property assessed; but the Murshal shill not re
ceive any taxes on any real estate for any portion
lesa than the leant snbdivlsion entered upon the
assessment roll: provided, always, an owucrof
undivided real estate may pay the proportion of
taxea due on hi* Interest therein.
Sec. 9. If any person, firm, company or as
sociation, who NuaU be asucsiM-d under the pro
vision* of this Ordlnsnce, shaU fail to pay the
taxea so assessed, ou or before the end or the
fourth wssk aft* the publioatlon of the notice
required by Section 6 of this Ordiuanoe, it shall
be ths duty of the Marahal. within Ave days
thereafter, to fnrniah the City Attorney a list
showring the name of every such delinquent, the
amount due from each, together with a descrip
tioa of the property turn-seed and a statement
verified by himself or deputy that such parties
are delinquent. This list shall be known as the
ileUuuuent List, and. Iwfont it Is handed to the
City Attorney, it shall he prevented to the City
AM. aud the Clerk shall credit the Marstud
with the amount «,f the taxea delinquent ac
cording to anch list, and shall make a final set
tietnem with tbe Marshal of aU taxea charged
against him on account of the aseoasuient roll
Hex'. 10. Immediately after tho delivery of
auch bat to the City Attorney he shall cause a
notice of the sanac to ba published in a citv
newspaper fur one week, and during that week
he shall receive and receipt for any taxes due;
and after the expiration of such publioatlon, it
shall he tbe duty of the Citv Attorney to institute
suit in tho name of the Inhabitants oi Hamilton
City against all persoun so delinquent, and
against the real estate ami lmpmvemeuts as
sessed so delinquent, and against all owners ami
c laimants of the same, known or unknown. Tha
►om plain! la Any action for the collection of city
taxes shall conform as nearly urn may be proper
to that prescribed by the genera! statutes of the
Btate in sgtions for the collection of Htate and
County tags* «ad upon filing the complaint in
the proper (Jourt, s smnuion# shall be issued
and served as in other «vU cases, by delivering
a copy thereof to sash defendant named in the
poaapiaiat. or by publication i* *****
as provided by l»w in other civil cases, and shall
require the defendant and all owners of and
flaimaots te say real estxto and Improvement*
described In ike fcuaMM. too*n or rrtnnwn,
to appear and answer the complaint aled in
Court; and aa to Mid real estate and Improve
ments, a copy of the summon* shall be served
upon the peraon or persons in possession of the
same; and further, as U> su<Ji real estate by post
ing a like eopy in some eoatpicnous place
thereon, and at the door of the City Hall, in said
Hamilton City; and sll the proceedings nnder
this section shall be, as far as the same is appli
cable, in accordance with the general laws of the
State in other civil actions. *
Bet. 11. Saidtlrtiuqnfol list, oraeopg there
of, certified by the Mamba!, or hi* deputy, show
ing unpaid taxes against any person at property,
shall be prima far it evidence in any court to
prove the assessment, the property assessed, the
delinquency, the amount of taxes due and un
paid.and that all the forms of the law ia relation
to the assessment and levy of such taxes have
been complied with.
Brc. 12. In case judgment is reudered for de
fendent, it shall be general, without costs, and
may be entered in ftrvor of some ape or more of
thetn. afld against others, as in other civil caseB.
In case Judgment Is for the plaintiff, it may be
entered against such defendents as are found
liable for the tax, and for such amount or por
tion thereof a* he or they shall be adjudged lia
ble: provided, that no personal judgment shall
be rendered unless the person against whom it
is rendered shall have been served with the sum
mons, as provided in this ordinance, or shall
have appeared in the action. Judgment may be
entered against the real estateand improvements
severally assessed and levied thereon; and when
it shall appear upon the assessment roll that the
real estate and improvements belong to the
same person or persons, then judgment may be
rendered against.said real estate and improve
ments Jointly, for the whole- tax thereon, or such
part thereof as may be adjudged. Bnch Judg
ments* when rendered in the District or Justice’s
Court, shall be docketed, and become liens upon
all the property against which judgment is ren
dered, from the date of such assessment. The
City Attorney may file transcripts of Judgments
reudered in Justices’ Courts, under this ordi
nance, with the* County Clerk, and have them
Set. 13. An Act to regulate* proceeding* in
civil cases in the Courts of Justice of this State,
and to repeal all other Act* In relation thereto,
approved March N, 18fi9. so far as the same is
consistent with the provisions of this Ordinance,
are hereby made applicable to all proceedings
under this Ordinance. The deed of the Marshal
for property sold for taxes shall have the effect
prescribed by law, and property so sold shall not
be subject to redemption. The Marshal, in sell
ing property for delinquent taxes, shall sell only
smallest portion that any person will take
and pay the judgment and all costs. All money
collected nnder the provisions of this ordinance,
except costs and charges allowed to the Court
and officers, shall without delay be paid to the
City Treasurer, and each collection and the date
thereof shall be entered opposite the proper
name or property in the delinquent list, which
shall lie open to public inspection.
B»r. 14. xme tsy Attorney sliau pay over to
the City Treasurer, every Haturday, all money
received by him for delinquent taxes, taking du
plicate receipts therefor, one of which he shall
file with the Clerk, and the other keep for hia
voucher; and on *» before the Arid Monday of
June of each year ehall make a final settlement
with the City Treasurer of all money received by
him; and shall at that time deliver to the City
Clerk the delinquent tax list, together with a
statement under oath of all the suits brought
and Judgments obtained on said delinquent
list, and the reasons why no suits have been
brought or taxes collected in raw's of other de
linquents. The delinquent list shall be passed
over by the Clerk to tho incoming Uty Attorney
as soon as he shall haw qualified, who shall
continue proceedings thereon, and when the next
Board of Equalization meets any taxes still de
linquent then-on shall be revised by said Board,
and stricken out or returned by them to the City
Attorney for further proceedings.
BBC. 15. The City Attorney shall appear and
prt»w cute all actions for the recovery of delin
quent taxes under this Ordinance; and, for his
services therein, shall receive at the rate of
twenty per cent, on all sums collected as delin
quent; provided that the same shall in all cases
be taxi-d as costs against the parties owing such
delinquent taxes, and entered in the judgment
therefor and collected thereon, and in no case to
be a charge against the city.
Sec. lrt. All Ordinances, or parts of Ordi
nances, in conflict with this Ordinance, are
hereby repealed.
8kc. 17. lliis Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passu
Approved June 15,1870.
P. EVERTS, President of the Board.
M. P. CHAMHEBi.ro, City Clerk. jn2»-l It
Ordinance No. 38.
An Ordinance creating a Halary and Contingent
Fund, and for other purposes.
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
Section 1. From and after the passage of this
Ordinance, the City Treasurer shall Bet apart
fifty per cent, of all money coming into tho City
Treasury from licenses, hall rent and fines; and
twenty-five per cent, of all money coming into
the- City Treasury from taxes on real and per
sonal property, which shall be known as the
Halary and Contingent Fund.
Sec. 2. The City Treasurer shall make a re
port to the Board of Trustees on tho first Mon
day in each month, showing the amount of
money received into the City Treasury for the
month previous, the amount set apart to said
Halary and Contingent Fund, tho amount dis
bursed, and tho amount remaining in the Tress
"I ec. 0. All warrants for the payment of sal
aries, and all warrants for defraying the contin
gent expenses of the city, unless otherwise
ordered by tho Board of Trustees, shall hereafter
lx- drawn upon the * Halary and Contingent
Fund;’ which warrants shall commence a new
series, and lx* paid in the order of their registra
Sec. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved July 5. 1870.
P. EVERT8, President Board of Trustees.
M. P. Ohambkhun, City Clerk. jyrt-14t
Ordinance No. 39.
An Ordinance abolishing the offices of Street
Commissioner and Jailer and Janitor.
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
| Section 1. The offices of Street Commissioner
and Jailer and Janitor nr* hereby abolished.
8kc. 2. Ordinance No. 20, entitled ‘An Ordi
nance creating the office of Jailer and Janitor,
and deflniug his duties, compensation, etc.,’ ap
proved January 31, 1870, and all Ordinances or
parts of Ordinances defining the duties of and
prescribing compensation for Street Commis
sioner, are hereby repealed.
8*c. 3. This Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved July 6, 1870.
P. EVERTS, President Board of Trustees.
M. P. Chamber us, City Clerk. Jy8-14t
Ordinance No. 40.
An Ordinance Regulating the Salaries of Of
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
Section 1. The officers of Hamilton City
shall receive the following compensation for
their service*—to wit: The rfty Marshal ahall
receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per an
num, and five per cent, on all taxes collected by
him on real and iwraonal property; and also one
dollar for collecting each license. The City
Treasurer shall receive a salary of nine hundred
dollars per annum. The City Assessor shall re
ceive a salary of six hundred dollars per annum.
The Chief Engineer shall receive a salary of nine
nnndred dollars per annum. The City Attorney
shall receive o salary of scventy.flve dollars per
month, and, in addition to such percentage as is
allowed hint on delinquent taxes, shall receive
five dollars for each conviction for violation of
Ordinances, provided that the same shall in all
cases be collected from the party convicted, and
in no case to be a charge against the city. 'The
City Clerk shall receive a salary of seventy-five
dollars per month. Regular Policemen shall re
ceive a salary’ of seventy-five dollars per montn,
and also two dollars for each arrest and convic
tion, provided that the same shall in all rases be
collected from to party convicted, and in no
case to lie s charge against the city.
Sec. ‘J. Each of the above salaries shall be
payable In legal coin of the United States, in
equal monthly installment*, on the first day of
each and every month.
8ap.8. Ordinance No. 4, entitled ‘An Ordi
nance regulating the salaries of officers,’ approv
ed April 10, and Ordinance No. 10. entitled
•An Ordinance defining the duties of City Attor
ney,'approved April 15, 1869, and Section 7 of
Ordinance No. 20, entitled ‘ An Ordinance regu
lating a Fire Department of Hamilton City,’ ap
proved Itocember 13, i860, and Section 4 of Ordi
nance No. 30, entitled ‘ An Ordinance creating
the office of City Attorney,’ approved June 18,
1870, are hereby repealed.
Sec. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and
be in fores from and after its passage.
Approved July 0, 1870.
P. EVERTS, President Board of Truste«s.
M. P. Cn mmux, City Clerk. Jy8-I4t
Ordinance No. 41.
An Ord<nance regulating Licenses and License
Tax in Hamilton City.
The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or
dain as follows:
Badfiosl. The Clerk shall cause to be pre
pared, at the expense of the city, printed
Toruns nf City Licensee, to be issued as herein
provided. He ahall number and sign the name
and deliver them to the Marshal, fr»iu time to
time, charging him therefor. The Marshal
shalt make a written report to the Board of Trus
tees on M<«kkay of each week, duly verified,
showing the amount of licenses collected by him
the previous week, the mum* erf persona or firms
to whom licenses have bom issned, the amount
paid by each, and the occupation or business for
which such licenses wen- issued
Sec. 2. All licenses herein provided for shall
be payable in legal coin of lb* United states.
bis . 8. Every per-an or firm engaged in the
business of trading or merchandising, or dealing
in auy kind of poods, wans, or merchandise
whatsoever, ahall pay a license as ftfllows: Those
making monthly sales to the amouut of one
thousand dollars or under, eight dollars per
quarter; those making monthly sales amounting
to mon- than one thousand and under five thou
sand dollars, twelve dollars per quarter; and
those making monthly sales amounting to more
than five thousand dollars, twenty dollars per
■kt. 4. Every parson or tan engaged In the
business of storage and commission merchants
•hall pay • llowtss a follows: Those whose
monthly fecetjrt* amount to mi* thousand dol
lam or under, ten dollar* per quarter, those
who** monthly receipt* arc more fnan <w* thou
Hand and under three thousand dollars, fifteen
dollars per quarter; and those whoso monthly
receipt* an mote than tkrr* thonaand dollars,
twenty-five dollars per quertcr.
Iter. «. Every person or firm engaged in tb«
business of banking, dealers in exchange, gold
and silver, stocks, or bullion, shall pay a license
of fifty dollars per quarter.
8w. 6. Every person, firm or company en
gaged In the business of expressing or transmit
ting letters or parkag) s for niro, having an office
In tliis city, shall pay a license of fifty dollars
per quarter
Sac. 7. Each Telegraph Company doing busi
ness in the city shall pay a license of fltty dol
lars per quarter.
Sac. 8. B*»ry ]n r*on, firm or eompuiiy en
gaged in the business of stock or real estate
brokerage in buying and selling stinks or real
estate, shall pay a license of fifteen dollar* per
Sac. 9. Every person or firm engaged iu the
business of keeping a livery stable, or lotting
horses, wagons, carriages, or other animals or
vehicles for hire, shall pay a license of fifteen
dollars per quarter.
8ao. 10. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of running for hire any dray, job wagon,
cart or other public vehicle, ahull pay for each
dray, job wagon, cart or vehicle so mu. a license
of ten dollara per quarter.
Bkc. 11. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of auctioneering shall pay a license of
thirty dollars per quarter.
Bec. 13. Every person or firm engaged In the
business of carrying on a daguerrean or photo
graphic gallery,shall pay a license of fifteen dol
| lari* per quarter.
Bko. 13. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping a barls-r shop, shall pay
: for each chair In use in said shop a license of
five dollar* per quarter.
Bec. U. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of assaying any metals or ore, shall
pay a license of twenty-five dollars per quarter.
Bet. 18. Every i»ens»n or firm engaged iu the
business of manufacturing soda, cider, vinegar,
sarsaparilla, or syrups of auy kind, shall pay a
license of fifteen dollars per quarter.
Bec. 16. Every person or firm engaged In the
business of keeping or conducting any tavern,
hotel, lodging house, chop house, or restaurant,
shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter.
Bec. 17. Every person or firm engaged in tho
business of keeping a bar or saloon, for retail
ing any wines or liquors of any kind, in less
?iuautitlea than one quart, shall pay a license of
orty-flv* dollars per quarter.
Bec. 18. Every person or Ann engaged in
the business of keeping a public bath house,
shall pay a license of ten dollars i»er quarter.
Bko. 19. Every person or firm engaged in the
busteeuB of keeping or carrying on a shooting
gallery, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per
nr.c. an. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping or conducting a public bak
ery for the manufacture of bread, pies or cakes,
shall pays license of five dollars per quarter.
Rec. 21. Every person or Arm engaged in
keeping a laundry, where washing and ironing
is done, shall pay a license of ten dollars per
Rec. 22. Even* proprietor or kipper of a bil
liard table, shall pay for each table in use a
license of ten dollars per quarter.
Hec. 23. Every keeper or proprietor of a nine
pin, teu pin or bowling alley, shall pay a license
of twenty dollars per quarter.
Rkc. 24. Every person or Arm engaged in the
business of keeping or carrying on any brewery
for the manufacture of beer, malt or fermented
liquor, shall pay a license of thirty dollars per
Bsc. 25. Each ami every insurance company
doing business In the city, shall pay a license of
twenty-five dollars per quarter.
Rec. 26. Every person, Arm or company en
gaged in running' stages and carrying passengers
for hire, and having an office in the city, shall
pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter.
Hec. 27. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of pawn broker, shall pay a license of
forty dollars t>er qnarter.
Hec. 28. Every person or firm engaged in the
business of keeping a butcher shop or stall, for
the retail of fresh meats, shull pay a license of
fifteen dollars per quarter.
Hec. 29. Every traveling merchant, hawker, or
peddler, who shall vend goods, wares, and m< r
cliandise, shall pay a license of twenty-five dollars
per qnarter; provided that in case such traveling
merchant, hawker, or peddler, shall use a wagon,
cart, or other vehicle in such business, he Hhall
pay a license of forty dollars per quarter.
Hec. 30. Every person, firm, company, mana
ger, or lessee of any theater, engaged in the busi
ness of giving theatrical performances or exhi
bitions of serenaders, minstrels' concert or opera
singers, sparring, melodeon or other public per
formance or exhibition, for pay, shall pay a li
cense of one hundred dollars per month; pro
vided, that in case such license be granted for a
less period than one month, five dollars for each
performance or exhibition so given.
Hec. 31. Every person, firm, or company, giv
ing in the city any exhibition of a caravan, me
nagerie, or coll«*otion of animals, or any circus,
show, rope, or wire dancing, or slight of hand
performance, for pay, shall pay a license of
twenty-five dollars for each exhibition ao given.
Hec. 32. Every jjerson or firm who shall open
or keep a dance-house, commonly known as a
hurdy-gurdy house, shall pay a license of one
hundred dollars per mouth; provided that in
case such license is granted fora less period than
one month, five dollars per day for each day the
same hhall be kept open.
Hec. 33. Every person who shall carry on or
conduct any of the businesses, trades, callings, or
professions mentioned herein, and shall neglect
to take out a license therefor, as herein provided,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con
viction thereof, shall be fined in a sum not less
than the license which such person is required
to take out, and not exceeding five hundred dol
lars, which fine may be enforced by imprison
ment in the city jail not exceeding one day for
each two dollars of such fine.
Hec. 34. All licenses provided for in this Or
dinance shall be paid in advance, and are hereby
made transferable in cases where the business
Hot Qaed i~ conducted "r carried on In the »»ii.r
building, shop, stall, or stand, but not othe rwise.
Hec. 86. Ordinance No. 11, entitled* An Ordi
nance providing for the assessing and collecting
of revenue for Hamilton City,' approved April
16, lflBB; and Ordinance No. 16, entiUed ' An Or
dinance amendatory of and supplemental to an
Ordinance entitled * An Ordinance providing for
the assessing and collecting of revenue for Ham
ilton City,' approved May 6, 1809; and Ordinance
No. 25, entitled * An Ordinance amendatory of
and supplemental to an Ordinance entitled * An
Ordinance providing for the assessing and col
lecting of revenue for Hamilton City,' approved
September 13,1809, and all Ordinances and parts
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aro hereby repealed.
Hec. 38. This Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved July 11, 1870.
President of the Board.
M. P. Chamuxalc*, City Clerk. jy!4-14t
ire hereby notified that the Great Butrin
Mining Company, a corporation duly organized
ind moating under and tar virtue of the laws of
the State of Pennsylvania, for the purpose of
working and developing tlio Glacier Mining
Claim, situated in the White line Mining Dis
trict, White Pine County, State of Nevada; that
said corporation owus a majority of the numlter
of feet In said mining claim, ana is composed of
more than three persons, and that it has expend
ed In the actual development and working of
said mining claim the sum of $6,461; that the
following are your respective interests in said
mine and the proportion of said sum due from
each: Wm. A. Bolingcr, 200 feet, $807.69; Solo
mon Heydenfcldt, 200 feet. $807.02; R. II. Loyd,
100 feet, $403.81: that it is the intention of said
corporation to institute suit against you to re
cover said sums.
May 2Ud, 1870,
jc22-3w* By J. A. M« Phkbhan, Hupt.
N O T X O 33 !
IN whom it may concern: That theTanuchlll
Silver Mining Company, a corporation elisting
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PAXY.—Locati''ll of M-rks: White Pin©
Mining Distric t. White Pine county. Htate of Ne
vada. Notice.—Then arc delinquent upon the
following deserib***! stock, on account of rrhcsh
inent levl'il on the 26th day "i May. A. 1*. 1870,
t Ik several amounts set opposite the nauien of
the respective shareholders, as follows:
Names. No. Certificate. No.Sh's. As't.
Baxter W H, Italauee.201.23*4 .W10
Baxter W H, balance.
Beidlemau E G, Trustee.708-100 - 20.00
Barton W H, Truatee.1327.20.4.00
Btishell John 1.HW. ..1«0... .20.00
Child A Jones, Trustees.;*41-lo0-2O.t)0
Child A Jones, Trustees, bal..843.22.4.40
Child A Jones, Trustees.330-100-20.00
Child A Jones. Trustees.337-100-21.00
Child k Jones, Trustees.888 ... .10.2.00
Child A Jonea, Trustees.420—100- 20.00
Child A Jones, Trustees.432.10.2.00
Child Ji Jones, Trustees.803.10.2.(8)
Clark Bmyt h.373 —100-20.(8)
Clark Hmyth.378... loo... .20.00
Clark Smyth.;»70....10O. ..20.(8)
Child WC..434.1U.2.«)
Child W C, balauee.*..43.7-hi 10
Course!! G A, Truster.1334.30.0.(8)
Child WC. Trustee.057.JO.4.00
Child W 0, Trustee.1233.. 40.8.00
Cahill A Co E, Trustees ... .1240.40.H.U0
Cahill A Co E. Trustees.1248... .1(8)... .20.00
Omllter J B F.. Trustee. .1335.40 ... 8.(8)
Cavallicr J B E, Trustee... .1342.15.8.00
Doty J J.107H.30.fi.oo
Ehrenbefgh I>r II T, balance. 124. 02
Fumam F.388... .1(8)... .20.00
Farnain E.389.... 100_20.00
Faruam E .390... .1(8)_20.00
Faruam E.391... 1(8)... .2«».O0
Fomauk E.392.10 . 2.(8)
Farnam E.:*U3.•'».1 -00
Faruam K.1023.30.. .10.00
Fnrnnm E.1026.30. ...10.00
GoiKlall E.879.23.5.00
Henderson l> M,Trustee... .1037.ao.. .10.00
Hall N H. Truatee.1058.90.... 10.00
lfutehiaaou John. Trustee.. 1201.5.1.00
Hill A k. Trust***, balance.. .218— 34)4 • • .8.20
Hill A K, Trustee.
Hill A E, Trust***.257.10.2.(8)
Hill A E. Trustee.734.50.... 10.00
Hill A E. Trustee, balance. . 841.39.7.HO
Hill A E, Trustee.my... .1(8)... .20.00
Hill A E. Trustee.887.10.2.00
Hill A E. Trustee. *
Hill A E. Truatee.889.20.... 4.00
Hill A K. Trustee.1034.50... .10.00
Hill A E. Trustee.1045.5.1.00
Hill A E. Trustee.1050... .1(8).. ..203)0
Hill A E. Trustee.1082.50 . .. .10.(8)
Hill A E. Trustee.1120.20.4.00
Jennings A A.1237... .luo....20.00
Kenney ()***> L, Trustee.
King Wm F, Trustee.138.10. 2.00
King Wm F, Trust***. 140.50... .10.00
King Wm F. Trust***.295 ... .10.2.00
King Wm F. Trust***.297.It).2.00
King Wm F, Trustee.9»1.5.1-00
King Wm F. Trustee.808.43.9.(8)
King Wm F, Trustee, bal 1109.2.40
King Win F. Trustee- .. 1128.... luo... 20.00
King Wm F. TrusU**.1159.. .100.. .20.00
King Wm F. Truatee.ll«l. ...luo... .20.00
King Wm F, Trustee.1382.. .250.. .60.00
Kennedy James W, bslsnee. 1134-83... 12.80
Bindley C...188.20 . 4.(8)
Bindley C.1 *
Lloyd A, balance.1088.'29.5.HO
Lowenberg H, Trustee.1 Mfi.*•.17
Montgomery 7...1*2. . .100.. J0.U0
McDonald M J.149. .100. .90.00
McDonald* WUltuey.Tnuteei.77.'..20.4.iH)
McDonald* Whitney .TruateeaTlW.80... .10.00
M e Donaldk Wlutney .TruateesU.MI.30- 4.00
McDonald*Whitney.TnuteealKM... .100. .20.00
McDonald*Wh itney ,Tru*trel330.... 80.... 10.01)
Morgan Isaac.1010. .. .50.... 1O.O0
Morgan E.1018.50....DI.00
Martin M H. Trustee .HOC.10.. 2.00
North Chari. * M. Ijhh.50.... 10.00
NoblaHH.1990.5.... l.oo
Owen* Thurston K. Ulauce '.*11.. 1 :m>
Phillip* W 11, Trustee.loin. jo. . 4.00
I'errv John I,. Trust** . .100:1.50—10.00
It* illy Thoma*.1077.50.... 10.00
Smith F <■. i n,-*.' . i . 9 •*"
Smith F ti. Trustee.4.10.J.****
Smith F O, Trush-e.
Smith FO.Trustee.8... 10.3.00
Smith F <i, Trustee.9.It).3.00
Smith F (>,Trustee.10... 10.J.oo
Smith F 0. Trustee. 57_100... .90.00
Smith F (i.Truiitee.59. .. .100.. .90.00
Smith F O, Truster .131.... 10.2.00
Sherwood * Freeborn.Tms's.540... lot*—30.00
Sherwood * Free bom,True's.541... .lot)... 3o.no
Sherwood k Freeborn.Trim's. 547 . .. .80... .10.00
Sherwood * Freeborn .Tins'* .548.50-10.00
Sherwood * Freeborn,Trus’s.ft to.... loo,.. .20.no
Sherwood k Fteebom,Tni#’a.«j0l... luo... .30.00
Sherwood * Freeborn,Trus'a.fttf... .100. .. .30.00
shorwoorl * Fn-ebom,Trus s.722. . . . 50... .10.00
Sherwood * Freeborn,Trn*’*.723. • • -50... .10.00
Sehmlerlell Henry, Trustee. 888.80.. .18 00
Schlefer Peter.114*.50....lo.oo
Sleeper Oeo, Trustee.1918.50-10.00
Sleeper Oeo, Trustee .... 1921.... 50-10.00
Ttbbey E s. Trustee.1958. . loo. .90.00
White Joe T....135.:i5... 7.00
Winter JW.487... 20.... 4 00
Webber Ooo K. 949.54. ...10.80
Webber Oeo F..WO.... 40... 9.3»)
Wingard T B, Trustee.1173_415_K3.no
Wilson I!mr>*.1*87.80... .18.00
And in accordance with law. and an order of
the board of Trustee*, made on the 38th day of
May. A. D 1870. so many share* of each parcel
of Maid stock as may 1*' necessary will I* sold at
the office of the Cempauy. K(s>m No. 23, Hay
ward's Building. No. 419 California street. Hsu
Francisco, California, on FKfDAY, the TWFN
TV .SECOND (33d) DAY OF Jl'LY, A. D. 1870,
at the hour of ] o’cloek p. ni. of said «la>.
to nay anid delinquent awsmuent thereon. to.
getlu r with coats of advertising sml eipenae* of
the sale.
JOSEPH L. KINO, Secretary.
Office: Room No. 20. Hayward's Billhling. No.
i 419 California street, San Francisco, Cnlifornia.
" / Gold and Silver Mining ami Milling Com
pany, No. 4Jl Montgomery street. Gly and
County of Han Mranelaeo, Htate of California.
I .oration of Works Robinson Mining District,
County of White Pine, and H»ot** of Nevada.—
Notice.—There arc delinquent, upon the follow
ing*deacrlbed atork. on account of assessment
levied on the 24th day of May, 1870, the aev* ral
amounts art opposite the names of tie* r*aj>ect»
Ive shareholders, as follows:
Names. No.Oert. No.Kh. Ain't.
Brsnnan H. 87.80.. $ 30.00
Hrannan H.104.1».... 10.00
Moulton W.I 1.2 .. 1280. .1250.00
, Moulton WJL.81.50... .30 00
Moulton W J L.82.20....20.00
Moulton WJL.an.5 ....6.00
Moulton W J L.100.23....25.00
Hicks John N.
Hicks John N.18.».6.00
Hicks John N.19.5 A.ini
Hicks John N.20.6_6.00
Hicks John N.21.5 5.00 ,
Hicks John N.22.5 5.00 1
Hicks John N.
lllcks John N.24.10....10.00
Hicks John N.25.10.... 10.00
Iil< ks John N..90.10.... 10410
Hlcka John N.27.10.... 10.00
Kicks John N. .28.10....lo.no
Hicks John N. 29.20.. ..20 00
Hicks John N.30.20....20.00
Hicks John N.70.... 1000.. 1000.00
Hicks John N.77.100. .loo.oo
I.anib George W.
Lamb George W..33.5-5.00
lamh George W.
Iamb George W.
Iamb George W.:w..5.5.00
I .and) GoorgO W.
Laud) George W.
I And) George W.
Lamb George W.4<».5.5.00
I.aud> George W.
I,nnib George W.42. 3.3.00
JAIid) George W..
I Amb George W.44.5 5.oo
lAinb George W.45.10....10.00
l.nud> George 3V.40.10. ...10.00
l.unib George W.47.Hi 10.00
IAinh George W.4H.10.... 10.00
lAmh George W.49.10....10.00
Lamb tloorgo W.50.10.... 10.00
iAlid) George W..51.10.. ..10.00
Uuuh Georgo W.52.10.... 10.00
I And) George W'.53.10.... 10.00
lAlid) Georgo W.54.ltl.... 10.00
Land) G«*orge W'.60.20....20.00
lAmh Georgo W.57.20. ...20.00
Lamb George W.58.20 ...20.00
(And) George W.79... .2000 . 2000.00
I Anil) Georgo W.80.... 900 J4MM8I
Wells Win V.85.50... .50.00
Wells Wm V.103.23 . 28.00
Knox D E.103... .3640. .3540.00
Knox D E..102... .1200. .1200.00
Badlniu A Jr.101.25.. .25.00
And in accordance with law, and an order of
the Hoard of Trustees, made on Uio 24lb ilay of
Muv, 1870, so many shares of each parcel of said
stock as may 1m* necessary will l>e sold st nubile
auction at the house of Maurice Lore k Co.,
No. 327 Montgomery street, Han Francisco, Htate
of California, on the TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY
OK JULY, 1870, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. ni.
of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment
thereon, together with eosts of advertising ami
expenses of the sale.
A. BADLAM, Heeretary.
Ofloe: At No. 420 Montgomery street, City and
County of Han Francisco, Htate of California.
afreet, Han Franntaco, June 20.1870.—The an
nual mnetiuft *»f the etockholdere of thla (Com
pany will be held on SATURDAY, July 23. 1870,
at 12 o'clock m., for the election of TruHtocM for
Die enauinK year, and the trauaactlon of any
other biialneHH that may lx» weMatod.
Je27-td HOLON PATTEE, Sooretai-y.
LiTBir, Sale, Feed & Boarding Stable,
Jjr7.tr Oor. Tmuntra and Dnnn atmata.
Srtinqurnt r$.
i?? ? 5 * '".i
Htockhiildt w. r 2 * 2 4 f. yl
: i't - Sr ? =
I) If Hoamer.n'_
D M Hoamer..7” '* "*».f3.Hi
D M Hoamer.u ' >*»..
D M Hoamer.10. . ..3.00
D M Hoamer.12...... 10 .:,.0u
1) M Hoamer,Truateel50. ,. iooo. ..l.&l
F) M Hoamer.TruateelSl. 10.,80.0n
F> M Hoamer .Truatee 112_ .io.?*®0
I> M Hoamer,Truateel.m. .. 104..
Richard Ravage.20.AO* fta an* ‘ I8-6M
Richard Ravage.W4.... :ioo " '* .8**'
Hi. hard Ravage.199. ..'. 100. .48-00
H A Poat.36_ 10.to.QO
H K Holcombe.... 127.10.I-**
M M Baldwin.114 .....10 .J-8*1
Richard H Ravage.. .11A.m • •«4?*0
I' Conklin....104... 4ou.'J*-80
R Caulfield.!».... 40.*>•«»
D Walker. M D.1».... ‘.
A E Everett. __1:44. . . iIMi.v*‘00
A K Everett.ltKi.50.,8°0
William Krug.l;»7.,V»..
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Ass«*mrnt Hotirrs.
HCL of the Aurora Consolidated Silver
Mining Company Location of work? win?
Pino Mining Writ*,Oomty of
Htatoof Nevada.—Noth* U hereby given thlo
at a meeting of the Trustee. ofikl^’orn^m
hehl on the 7th day of July, j|9
moot (No. ;i) of ' *n ******
Five lloller* Per tUkmr*
was levied upon the capital stock of *id p..,.
pauy, payable iiumediately, in Talted gut*,
u'olu coin, to the Hocretary, at the uAc« of ih.
Company, No, 419 California street (Boon,
Han Franciscti, California. Any stock upon which
said assessment shall remain unpaid on the 10th
•lay of August, 1870. ahall be deemed deUnquem
and will be duly advertised for sale at pablh
auction, and unless payment shall lie male u
fore, will l»e sold on the FIB8T DAY OF IFF
TKMMSR, 1870, to pay the delinquent saws*,
mint, together with coats of advertising and e»
pc uses of the sale. By order eg the boan. of
(Signed) M. ATWOOD. Hertvtsry.
Office: At No. 419 ('alifornia street (Room fti.
Han Francisco, California. jyll-td
COMPANY—White* Pine District, Nevada
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the
Hoard of Truants of said Company, held on Mi*
90th day of June, 1870, an assessment of
Ten (10) Ceuta Per Nhare
was levied upon the capital *t<s*k of aaid com
pany. payable immediately, in I'nited Wales
gold and silver coin, to the Wcretary Any
stock upon which said assessment shall remain
unpaid on the 3ftth day <8 July, IH7(. shall be
deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised
for sale at public auction, and. unless payment
shall Is* made before, will be sold on MONDAY,
tie* nth day of August, 1870. to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with costa of adver
tising and expenses of sale By order of the
Board of Trustee*.
J M BI’FHNOTOM, Secretary
Office 87 New Merchant's Ktchange. California
street, Han Francisco, Oal. Jjr3-td
I1 PA NY.—Location of Works White Pirn
Mining District. White Pine county, State of Ne
vada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting
of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held
on the lith day of June, 1870, an assessment of
Twenty (AO) Cents per iksre
Was levied uj»ou the capital stock of said Com
pany, payable immediately, m I nitM Wales
gold coin, to the Hetretary, at the offiiv of th<
Company, No. 401 California street, Han Fran
risen, ('alifornia. Any stock npou which said
assessment shall remain unyaid ou Wednesday,
the 30th day of July, A. 1>. Ikto, shall be deemed
delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale
at public auction; and, uulew payment shall b
made Is-fore, will be n«dd on Thursday, the 11th
day of August, a D. INTO. t*< pay ibcmIIb^iihI
assessment, t<*gcth**r with «»sts <»f advertising
and < 8pm—g Of till- sale.
By order of the board of Trustees.
DAVID T. BAULKY, Secretary
Office No. 401 ('aliforn.a atmet, Han Francis* ",
California. JelAtd
i MIMNu COMPANY—Location of Work*
Whip* Pine county, Htate of Nevada. Notice is
hereby given that, at a meeting of tbe Board nt
Tnmtsu of said Company, held on the 1st day
of June, 1M70, an assessment of
Five (.%) Cents per share
was levied upon the capital stock of said Com
pany, payable Immediately, in United Mater
gold coin, to the Hecretary, at the office of lh<
Company, Room 5, No. Mimtgomery street,
Hsu Francisco, California. Any stock Upon
which said assessment shall remain unpaid on
shall be deemed delinquent, and will he duly
advertised for sale at public auction, and nnles
^viiient shall tie made before will be aold on
JULY. 1870, to pay th« delinquent assessment,
together with costs of advertising and eupenae*
of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees.
WM. H. WATHON. Hecretary
Office: Room ft, No. W1 Montgomery street, Han
Francisco, California. Jeft-td
POSTPONEMENT. — The day for deemiuK
■lock on the above assessment delinquent i*
hereby post polled until MONDAY, the FHUCl
DAY OF AUGUHT. 1870. and the sala them*
By order of the Hoard of Trustees.
JyH-td WM. H. WATHON. Hecretary
I Company.— Ixs-ation of Works: White
Pine, Nevada.-Notice is hereby given, that at
a meeting of the Board of Trustees of aaid Com
pany, held on the 1st day of June, 1H70, an
assessment of
Three (8) Oafs Per khare
was levied upon the capital stork of said com
pany, payable immediately. In United Mates
gold min, to the Heeretary, at the office of tin
company, No. 1 Express Building, north mo. I
corner Montgomery and California streets, Han
Francisco, California. Any stock upon which
said assessment shall remain unpaid on the
arid day of July, 1870, shall bo deemed delin
quent, and wtll bo duly advertised for sale at
public auction, and aniens payment shall be
made before, will be mild on Monday, the 8th
day of August, 1870, to jmy the delinquent
assessment, together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale. By order of the Board
of Trustees.
T. J. OWENH, Hecretary.
Office: No. 1 Express Hntiding, northeast corner
Montgomery and California streets, Han Fran
cisco, California. j*90-UI
Judicial District of the Htate of Nevada, in
and for the County of Lincoln.
The Htate of Nevada to John II. Phillips,
greeting You are hereby required to appear in
an action commenced agaiuHt you, as defendant,
by taiira E. Phillips, as plaintiff, in the District
Court of the Ninth Judicial District, in and for
the County of Lincoln. Mate of Nevada, at Htko.
and answer the complaint therein (which is (»>
tile with the Clerk of said Court), within ten
tlays after service upon yon of this summons
(exclusive of the day of service), if served
in said County of Lincoln, or twenty days if
served out of said County, but in the Ninth
dh'ial District of the Htate of Nevada, or forty
days if served out of said District, but within
the Htate, or Judgment by default will be taken
against you. according to the prayer of the said
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of said Court dissolving the bonda of matrimony
now existing between you and plaintiff, on the
grounds of your failure for the term of two years
to provide her with the common necessaries of
life—such failure not arising from poverty <»n
your part which ordinary industry could not
avoid; and also on the ground of extreme cruelty
toward plaintiff on your part— as aet forth in the
complaint now on file in this office. Aud If you
fail to answer the said complaint, the said
plaintiff will take Judgment for the relief prayed
for In the complaint and for coats of this action
Given under my hand and the seal of the aaid
Court, this 8th day of July. A. I). 1870.
|8ral.) Clerk of the District Court.
Ninth Judicial District, Nevada.
[50-Cent Nevada Htate Revenue Htamp.J
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Aonlr Hall, Trffc.iin- htrwt. All BrotAart 1
»ood .tandln, »rv invit.il to attend. _
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