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WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS.
frlday, ^u]y 33' *ayo £otal ^ntrUlflfrnrr. STOCK HOIiDEBH DIRKrTOHl. iggKIWMKVTfl I.F.VIKD AND t’NPA'D ON WHITE TINE SfOCKS. yarn? of Mire. | Lcried.|Per 8kr\lMinqt\ Sale. Sven'S Bur, N.. I |Aj.r.. J *"«' “ IvHtawaua.' J«n. 2 Aug. * Feathcratone— |Juu. 14 Aui*. fl Togonlp Flat.... Juu. 15 Aug. H Munm'ith.IM.yjB July JJ Jennie A. Oonsol. Jim. 20 Aug Aurora Conaoll’dlJuly 7 .10 Sept. 1 meetings. Eclipse Consolidated, July 23. 1370, at 12 m., at •210 Battery atreet, Han Francisco. Anothmb Way.—Wo have hail two item* about the coming race, anil it seems both were incorrect. The truth is, we are not particularly poHted as regards horse flesh, and accepted ns correct the statements of persons who appeared to be familiar with the terms of the approaching race. Parties interested in the matter at Bher mantown, hare addressed us a note stat iug wherein we erred. Accordingly we hasten to correct. The match is made between Miller's ‘ Wild Hill ’ and the •Glencoe Colt,’ better known as the 1 Ellison Horse;' so says the note to which reference is made. • Wild Bill * is backed by parties residing in Kherman town, and the Travis Bros, go their money on Olencoe. V forfeit of $200 a-side has been deposited in The News office, and the match is made for $1,000 $500 u-side. The race is to come off three w«*eks from next Saturday. Briefly, the foregoing is, we believe, about‘the way turf matters uow stand in White Pine. We will cheerfully make additional corrections, however, if any ore needed. Out on Rail.—We promised Consta ble Martin yesterday that we would say something in his l>ehalf relative to the late robbery in which he has been impli cated. His version of the affair is to the effect that he was called in to suppress the disorderly conduct of the men who afterwards caused his arrest. He further says that he knew nothing of tho miss ing money (l>140) until the day follow ing the occurrence. It was then, for tho fust time, that he heard that the men whom he officially squelched had alleged that they were robbed. He further says, that he will be able to establish his inno cence beyond pcradveutiire, when tho matter comes on for trial. His bail was fixed at 5*1,000, which he promptly fur- ( uished. We are ve ry lunch averse to doing any one an injury, and hence we have presented Constable Martin's side of the case hoping that, if guiltless, he will have no trouble in establishing it by competent testimony. Woman’s Riiihtk. At the election hold in Treasure City, on Wednesday last, some three or four ladies voted for Miu- j ing Recorder, just, as they expressed it, i •for the novelty ot the thing.' There j was but one candidate in the field, and the Judges of the election therefore 1 thought that no harm could result from receiving the votes of the fair creatures. After all, we very much doubt whether there is anythiug in our mining laws prohibiting female suffrage, if the right should l>o insisted on. Rattle Mountain and other localities bearing sanguinary and suggestive names, may now hido their diminished heads: for to White Pino is duo the credit of first according equal political rights without regard ' to sex, color, or previous condition.’ FifiK Run k.—We w ere yesterday shown A sample of tiro brick manufactured by Mr. Andorson, eight miles north of town, on the Egan road. The brick are made from a combination of clays found in the locality named, and from all ap pearances possess the requisite heat-re sisting properties. The Wieland fur nace is now lined with the new material, and thus fur it has been found to work admirably. It is la lived by some of our smelters (bat in tho new article a cheap and durable lining for furUaees has at last been discovered. Samples of the brick can Ik* seen at Judge Raton's store, i South Main street. Annual Election,—The annual elec tion for District Mining Recorder was held iu Treasure City on Wednesday last. L. P. Tenney.the former Recorder, had no opposition, aud consequently hut little interest was manitested in the re sult. Accordingly, but few votes were polled. Mr. Tenney is an obliging gen tleman; is mi efficient officer; and wo are glad of his re-election. We bclievo no effort was made at the molding to amend the District laws. Our miners, we presume, are still waiting for John son’s decision in the case of the Happy Jack vs. the John Dare. Cheap Clothing. -Two sharpers, passing by the name of Jamison A Rat tiean, have lately Wn selling cheap clothing in this city. They profossed to lw representing a large Eastern manu facturing establishment, and sold suits cheap enough to make a man's head swim. They left yesterday, l»y Wood ruff A Kimor's Eureka coach, and when matters wore summed up it was found that they had bilked alxmt half of the town in unpaid bills. A. T. Byrne, the well-known ovstennaii, followed them for n bill of fclfo. Accident prom Falling.—A little daughter of Mr. Duran, residing iu Steptoe Valley, fell from a wagon a few -lays ago, sustaining some painful bruises. Fortunately no bones were broken, and the child will speedily rc» cover. Dull.—We feel like apologizing to our readers for the scarcity of local matter iu this issue. To Ik* candid, but little transpired, besides, we are mentally and physically sick generally demoralized. We hope to be in better trim for our next issue. 1 R Aim no ‘ Poultry.— We hear that a lot of poultry was stolen from a ranch down the canyon a few nights since. The victim of the petty theft 1ms faint suspicion that Celestial apjietites were appeased at his expense. Twk Only Fresh Shill Oysters in Hamilton, are to be found at Byrne’s old stand, in Ferry’* Saloon, Main st. Also, Pigs Feet, Sheeps Tongues, and everything rise that ’a good to cat. Fvcsh oysters bj* every Express. ‘ Gahdkn Hash.’ -peas, beans, rad ishes and all kinds of * garden hiihh ' are delivered fresh in our markets, from the valleys, in amt adjacent to White Pine. Mklomh. - Wo noti<u« that California water melons have appeared In our markets. Very small ones sell for $l.r>6 a-piccc. Gnats.—For overy grasshopper that has left, two gnats have made their ap pearance in White Pine. Not much choice between them. bin* Meeting.—A special meeting of Liberty Howe, at City Hall, tp-night, at • ;« o clock. A SpuiKT,—Hyman Engine Company was out yesterday afternoon for a squirt. The apparatus worked oatisfaotorily. Pihtmct Coubt.—No business what ever was transacted in this Court yes terday. Arrival* and Departure*. ARRIVAL*. IIY WOODBVrr A F.NNOH’i LINK. MM Frederick Frank Lake Ed Lake John Bickford C Payne J II Wood J K Maddox Oeo Thatcher V. Wonm r Hi nry I* McConuahugh BY REACHEY, WINES* CO.‘* LINE. Jan Robinson Mrs II Powers k 3 children ! DEPARTURES. BY WOODEVVV A KNNOn'a LIN*, flov Blasdd L Chandler C C Coodwin J J Dunne R Adiiuan t ' H Flak J E Leslie J M Crawford Belle Wilder Mike Murray H Cray J h Whitton H Sullivan l> Harrington F L Miller T Murphy A T Byrne C M Pryor Tom Duncan BY BKAOHEY, WINKB * OO/B LINK. J J Ryan Mias Courtland Mias Sinclair J J Kcotchkr Peter Rice M V Woodworth L B Clark Thoa Keogh S T Dawes E H M Bailey, wf k child For Ely.—Hatch & Kiplinger't 6-horse coach leaves their office, at Barney & Co.’s store, for Pioche, Ely District, on Saturday morning, at 8 o’clock. This j line makes good time. For freight or • passage apply at their office. Treasure Forwarded.—Wells, Fargo & Co., yesterday, forwarded 4 bars of bullion, valued at $5,863.39, and weigh ing 316 pounds, to Bank of California, San Francisco. Also, 1 bar to J. T. Mil- , liken, San Francisco, weighing 48 pounds and valued at $897.15. Sunst’Ripnoif Party.—There is to be a select party, at City Hall, this evening uico time nntici|Mited. We Acknowledge the receipt of compliinentnries. Horse Raci.—Jack Perry and Frenchy Dahl man. last evening, ran a eon pie of Cay use homes one mile for *10. ; Frenchy lost. Look Oft for Yoi k Dim is.—The Dog (trdinancc is now in full force. For par ticulars, see our advertising columns. Oo to Q. II. Alexander's for your drugs. fe7-tf pi$rrllanrou$. DR. 8. A. McMEANS’ SYSTEM OF PRACTICE IN RHEUMATIC CA8E8, BASED UPON PATHOLOGICAL INVRHT1GATIONH. tl^For (wle by O. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist, Main street, Hamilton. je'Ai-tf WANTED! rAA TUNS OF BULLION OR ORE. FOR Immediate shipment. Apply to McINTOHH * BARCLAY. jy-tf WANTED. 2 AAA CORDS OF WOOD WANTED AT the Dayton and Manhattan Mills - to be pine and mahogany. Apply to jyH-* JOHN GRAY. j WANTED! 1 FIFTEEN OR TWENTY EXPERIENCED 1 hands, to SHUAR 8IIEEP. Apply to J. R. WITHIXGTON Je30.tr Or R. P. DAYTON. k. k. root. b. bailrt. ROOT * BAILEY, SUCCESSORS TO P. J. WHITE k OO., Wholesale I Hair re in Crocories and Provisions, marlU-tf 412 Front street. San Franctsoo. NOTICE. rrilE RKPUDUCANS OF TREA8URE CITY 1 will meet at Judge Meagher's office on SATURDAY EVENING. July 23. 1870. at 7 o’clock, for the purpose of formiug a Union club jyii NOT I c ieT~ OFFICE WHITE PINK HMKLTING COM PANY. Swansea. Ney , July *>. I8T0.-Thla Company will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any person in the name of the Company until further notice. Jy21-lw* JOHN J. SCATCHLEB. Secretary. A. J. HOUCHTALINC A CO. Dana street, between Mill and Main, HAMILTON, NEVADA, Carpenter, Joiner, Jobber, ; OONTRAOTOR. All work Mtvutcd with NEATNESS am! , DISPATCH, and HATH!FACTION GIVEN In all branches of the business. A. J. HorTAt.nt«. W H. Canrrjt. ma24-tf I. LANDSBERGER & CO., Manufacturer* of SPARKLING WINE! Dealer* lu Choice Native Wines and Brandies! 423 to 420 Jackson street, Hmm Franrlwo, Cal. Jylft-tf CHARCOAL WANTED! C10AI. BURNERS ARK REQUESTED TO make bills for 6,000 busht-ls of flrst-clasa Nut-Pine Charcoal, to be delivered a* aoon as Etssible at the new (Smelting Works of J. A. ATTESON. Hamilton. Contract will secure payment on delivery. For particulars, apply to LLOYD RAWLINGS, Dr. Hpalding's Hotel. Hamilton, Nev., July JO, 1H70. JyNMf PROCEEDINGS Of the Union Republican htate Cen tral Committee. At a meeting of the union repub lican State Central Committee, held at Virginia City. June 28, 1R70, it was Resolved, That a Htate Convention «.f the Na tional Union Republican Party lie held at Elko on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER TWENTY FIRST, INTO, to nominate candidates for the fol h»wing office*, to wit Oovernor, Lieutenant Governor, Representative In Congress, Justice of the Supreme Court, Secretary t)f Htate, Attorney General, Treasurer of Htatf*, Controller of Htate, Surveyor-General. Superintendent of Public In structlon, Stab* Mineralogist, and Clerk of the Supreme Court, and the transaction of such other business ih shall pmjsTly come before said Ikmventiop. On motion, Kcsolvtd. Ttiat each county ba entitled to one Delegate at large, one for each one hundred (100) votes, and one for each frac tion over fifty (BO) cast for the Republican Presi dential Eleetorf at Mm • In t In q| MB On motion, Kesolvt*d, That we recommend to 1 the several County Central Committees that the Primary Election c»f Delegates to lwth State and 1 i 'nunty Conventions lie held on the IBth day of j September, 1S70, and that at said election one delegation be elected to the State Convention i and one delegation to the County Convention. On motion, Resolv'd, That a vote? at the Fnion Republican Primaries aboil possess the following qualifications: He shall be a citizen of tho Fluted States and Htate of Nevada; he dial! ut thi' time (if votliqr ®4 tfjr FrtroiWl*® be ® qualified elector and regUp n «l vow of the pre cinct In which pc offers to vote: hn shall have voted the Union Republican ticket, Btato and National, at the general election of November, A. D. 18T»H, or would have done so had it been jKjBgJble (P Vote; he shall solemnly pledgo him self to vptp fur the nominees ot the Uniop Re publican party al thp general plept|QR ip noyotu Lnr, A. D- lB7il. Resolved, That we recommend to the several County Central Committees, that on the day of the Primary fS)eoftoii ftB Delegates hi the sev eral Conventions, the people be requested to ex press their preference for the candidate* for the several offices. State and County, by a direct vote." Delegates are Apportioned to the several coun ties as follows? Churchill.Vya..4 Douglas. 4 Ormaby.6 Esmeralda.4 Storey.J4 Humboldt.4 Waatioe.10 Lyon.6 Elko...ft LjHWi£;. 11 White pine 10 Total’.‘.V.y.'.y *’.! ...Vft If. A. H BALL. Cnairman Nevada Btat* central Committee Na tional Union Republican Party. JaJft-td C. C. Battfumam. Secretary WiscrUnneous. NOTI O XI. ALL PERSONS AUK HEKK1JY NOTIFIED that I have appointed GEo. BUCHNER my Agent. II® will collect all debt a due me. Jy20-tf FRED. VOSS. FAST FREIGHT. riWHE FAST FREIGHT LINE OF W. L. X PRITCHARD ia Jo full blaet, and running on 6 6- H OURfi T I M E FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON! AND IS PREPARED TO TAKE ANY AMOUNT OF FREIGHT FROM Elko to White Pine! MARK GOODS CARE PRITCHARD FAST FREIGHT, All gooda thua marked will come FREE OF FORWARDING CHARGES AT ELKO WILL SHIP buiiZjIon, ohh, Or nay’ other kind of Freight, From HAMILTON to ELKO, oR CONTRACT TO DELIVER ORE, BULLION, ETC., In San Francisco or New Tori OFFICE: In Cross’ Fire-proof Warehouse, Hamilton street, Hamilton, Nev. P. A. BOWMEN, 0*0. COWLES, Agent, Elko. Agent, Hamilton. IV. L. PRITCHARD, J«-4tf Proprietor. VIA TOANO! F.F.MARX, General Forwarding — AND — COMMISSION MERCHANT. VST 1IX MAKE AIlVANCKS ON FREIGHT, Tf .lid hllip .11 K< 'Hi, ti to till* CIV for an) .ml all Minin* r.mpH in Hoitlhct* m N*-vnd., .ml io .11 pointi. In M.lio. Bhortct .ml b..1 routs, .ml FHKF road, to ECAN CANYON. DEEP CREEK, KERN, PATTERSON, SILVER PARK, ROBINSON, BELMONT. SHOSHONE, PIERMONT, ELY, COOPER, and SACRAMENTO DISTRICTS, An«l all points adjacent to Spring and Rteptoe Valleys. Commissions and Freights The very Lowest. DIRECT CARE OF DIAMOND »u.,t M’ TOA "°*.r.MABI. IMPROVED AMERICAN FAN. rpHE rNDEIWIGNEP OFFERS FOR HALE 1. an Improved Fan for Smelting Furnace* or for forcing air into mine*, etc., which far sur passes anything now in iim> for Quantity of lilnst, and In equal In force to the celebrated Ntetafchlt Fan. It U durable, and easily aet up by any ordinary man: and as the motion i* only from 700 to MOO revolutions |>er minute, for au ordi nary blast, It takes i o more power than those imported. ITtce, |12T». With patent oiler. 1131 to *1«3. Apply to CHAS. LAM PM AN. Russel! k Co.'s Lumber Yard. Hamilton, Nev. Jr»tf _ THE 8IANT POWDER CO., After having enlarged its works, has resumed the manufacture of its BLA8TINC POWDER. HANDMANN, NEILKON k CO., General Agents, 910 Front street. San Francisco, Cal. MOTT. FINN 4k CO., Local Agents, jyl'Mui Hamilton, .Nevada. Mendville Tliroloxflml Wrhool. —Uni tarian; educates MTuish-rs: f 1G0 a-y< ar to poor students; begins August ?0. Apply to A. A. I.irtrmore, MeadviUc, Pa. Cl RIOl'0, MOW STRANGE!—The Mar ried l.adirt Private Companion contain* the desired information Kent free for stamp. Ad dreaw UBS. H. METZGER, Hanovtr, Pa. \lrK WILL PAY AGENTS a km 1 ary of ▼ Y 183 per week, or allow a large commis sion, to self our new Inventions. Address 4, W. FRINK k CO., Marshall, Mich WANTED, AGKNTM.--9*0 Watch free; given gratis to every live man who will act as our Agent. Business light and honorable; pays 980 per day. Address It. Monme Kennedy \ Co., PltUhnrg, Pa. BOOK AGKNTM WANTED.-' Ladie* of the White llonte.' No opposition. Hteel en gravings. Rapid sales. For circulars, address U. S. PiBMsHrto Co., N. Y.. Cincinnati aud Chicago. OAT POMril Wanted IBSDB3lagbUlilUt 9. UAJjIjOIIjII Kekn*i>y,41H Chest nut at., Phil*. 1>8YCH0MANCY, FASCINATION, OR 80UL CUARMIKG.-400 pages; cloth. Thin won derful Isx'k has full instructions to cuahle the reader to fascinate either sex, or any animal, at w ill. Neamartsm, Spiritual ism, and bundr-ds of other curious experiment*, it can lx- ob tained by sending address, with 10 ccuts post age, toT. W. I VANS A CO.. No II So Eighth street, Philadelphia. ST 3 K SPANGLED 11ANNKB. — A large 40-coluuin pajier. Ledger sire, illustrated. Devoted to Sketches, Poetry, Wit, Iliunor,*h. ine fun, Nonsense (of a sensible kind), and to the exposure of Swindling, Humbugs, Ac. Only 73 cents a-ye«r, and a superb engraving ' Evangc line/ 1J4 x'J feet, grot it; DO,S00 circulation. Mo ney refunded to all trho atk it. It is wide-awake, fearless, truthful. Try it now, T5 cent* « year, kj tciumna 1'KHli. A.hires- • ran. NEB,' Hillsdale, f/H. PATENTS! Inventors who wish to lake out Letters Patcut arc advised to counsel with MI NN k CO.. edit ora of The Scientific Amcriean, who have prose cuted claims before the Patent Office for over Twenty Years. Their American and European Patent Agency is the most extensive in the world. (Utai'gcM ies« man any other reliable agt-uev. A pamphlet ^ontfiuiug »uh ina*ruc tion* to inventors is sent gratis. Mt'NK ft uo., n p«rk How, Now York YES, IT IS TRUE! That the Itett Motrert—the Ih ti Dropper*—the Bett Self-Hakei* to be found in the world are the Original and Reliable Double-Motion .Etna Machines, made by the -ETNA MAtfUF*0 TURING 0().,of Pglepi, Uhlo. Betid ft>rpamph. let contaiuigg particulars. mHl'MAN MACHINE.-New Book. Free for Stamp; TARRANT A CO., N. Y. PROMPT. HONORABLE. RELIABLE. A CENTS WANTED in every city, town and j\ village for the largest and most suet essful POU^HlIUl'M ui Ylia OWiue-Oni.I ONE Indorsed by flie leading Pa pets and Express Go’s of the United Bbitcs. pur goods give universal satisfaction; our premium* to Agents can kot uk KXCKI.LKD, and our cheek* are free, paving iwro houses- -Boston aud Chicago our facilities pre pmm4Ual*d, a$d PUT business expwds iu amount all other concerns iu this trade com billed. «^8ENI) FOR CIRCULAR8 aud FREE CLUB, to 0. C. THOMPSON At CO., 188 Federal Street, Boston, or IAS Mint* Mtreef, Chlciiira. I-“ iterdtrarr, #tr. pio Bran n BOILER WORKS! II A MILTON —WHITE PINE. All kinds of boilers, wrought iroh Tanks, Water Pipe, Doors and Shutter*, Gasometers, Blast Furnaces, Tower Iron ladles. All kinds of Shsetiron Work and Machine Black smithing, etc. Repairing promptly attended to, at the lowest possible terms. J. V. HALL, Practical Boiler Maker, Proprietor. Je25-tf J. M. Labbmam, Jos. Goddabd. PIONEER FOUNDRY 4 MACHINE SHOP, Broad and Fifth His., Hamilton. Cl ODDARD ft OO.—STEAM ENGINES X furnished to order: best Quartz Mill Ma chinery constrnrte<l 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. Blacksmlthlng, Pipe Cutting, Bolter Repairing. Etc., Etc. Orders respectfully noliclted. and filled with disnatch. Je25-tf b. b. xorr.JB. J. a. worr, o. a. ran, 8an Francisco. Hamilton. Treasure City. MOTT, FISH & CO. TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON, IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IN BARD W Ann. Mill and Mining Goods, IRON AND STEEL. GAS PIPE, Nteam and Gas Fittings, House Pn rn tail In g Goads, Sloven, Tlss und rosier Ware. CI'TTING AND PITTING QAM PIPK, DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. SOLE AGENTS FOB Jessop’s Celebrated Steel9 Luke Napeiiar iRaglel Pm#, TOY. BICKFORD * CO.'S FUSE, Or 1 Ant Powder. — AND - DUPONT’S POWDER. jj-a.tr .MOTT, FlttH * CO. P. A. WAGNER, Main Streat, Hamilton, Nevada, - IMfOBTEr. AND DIALER IX — HARDWARE, Mill and Mining Goods, GAS PIPE, Steam Cas Pipe Fitting, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. STOVE S, Tin and Copper Ware. i - I Cutting and Fitting Gas Pipe, DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. fOTAll work in onr line done with dispatch. Jy7-tr Ore Bags ! Ore Bags! Mine owners and si'peiiintendexts in want of ORE BAGS will find every siae j and quality, at lower price* than they can Im port them from San Eranciaco or the East. Also ! TENTS. HTHAINERH. HOHE. and every de acriptlon of SAIL-MAKING, at THOMAS FLITCROrrS. I’pper end of Main street, opposite the jyll-tf Jiew Courthouse. Hamilton. : - --- NOTIOB! FREE FORWARDING! ON AND AFTER THIH DATE. AND I NTI1. further not in , I will Forward Freight From ELKO TO WHITE PINE FREE OF CNAR8E! D. W. RaRL FJko, Nt v., June IrT. 1*70. Jej7-tf F0RWARDIN8 FREE! ^TSTIL FT’RTHER NOTICE. We will Fvrward Freight From Elko to White Pine District FREE OF CHARCE! I Pam.* Khli<plnn to oat nrr fan roly upon | having their Freight Forward with Dispatch Amt At the Lowest Going Rates. ; je27-tf WR1T-MKY k CO. ! -J.tMF.fl HEn.LT. W. WOODMHUIT. REILLY A. WOODBERRY, AUCTION, COMMISSION, AVI* FORWARD!\G MERCHANTS. MININ G -ASP - REAL ESTATE BROEIIRS, 120, MAIN 8T11EET, HAMILTON, Mlitidl f'Udli Advances made on CONSIGNMENTS! H'lalar Naif Uayi WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. C. M. 8TEVEN8, Auctioneer. piHre of D. A.MK yE^PQR^f. FOR SALE. CHKAH FOR CAHH, A HOrSfc Attn LOT. House with Thpe Hoopili. welllBf I furnished, with waier nuJ every r»nwn. R-’y , lent* for * wiufurtabU residence. Hituad*'* , i inoditleljf lu front of the Court hun»> Fur\»e» Honiara, apply at tl.U ofRc*. nia9M?* iiwjt and *tt& dtaKlrs. LIVERY * 8ALE STABLE, 130 Fourth at., bet. Mission and Howard, San Francisco, Cal., A. J. FRANCIS.Proprietor. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. BOARDERS kept in the beat style. Pimt-clasa Double Teams, Single Teams and Hsddle Horses. JylA-lra TREASURE CITY LIVERY STABLE! — ™ E. MEYER, IiHE ORIGINAL LIVERY AND HALF. STA BLE proprietor. Treasure Street, Treasure Oity, la atill holding out at the old stand, and boa elegant turnouts, horses, buggies, wagons, and all outfitting# pertaining to A HANDSOME TtTRNOrT. Stock taken for keeping, by the week, day or month, at the LOWER* POSSIBLE PRICES. Outfit# for Prospectors snd Excursionists fur nished on private terms. Tiro Sea* Stool*. at the lowest prices, is the effort of this estalv. liahment. Jyfi-tf E. MEYER. 4/W Y0ST_& CO. ^$g» LIVERY, FEED A SALE STARE, Silver Park, Nov. THE PROPRIETORS BEG LEAVE TO IN FORM the traveling public that they are now prepared to furnish stable room for any amount of stock, ou the most reasonable terms. The beat of groomsmen at this establishment. STOCK RANCHED, at reasonable rates, by the day, week or month. 2Hi$rdtanrou&. Delinquent Tax List. [Proceed! of Mine*.] State or Nevada, Cocxmr or White Prax. l District Attorney’s Office. 1 Notice of suits commenced: to the following named defendants and to all own ers of, or claimants to the mines or mining claims hereinafter described, known or «n known . You are hereby notified that suits hare 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 recower the tax and de linquency aascMed to aaid defendants, against the proceeds of aaid property for the quarter year commencing the 1st day of October, A. V. I860, and ending the 31st day of December, A. 1>. lH»;yr and that a summons has 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 mining claim herein de scribed for the amount of tax Mid delinquency specified and costa of suit: Keller mine, tax and percentage $4 CO. Mahogany mine, situated in Mahogany can yon; tax and percentage 6 99. Milton mine, tax and percentage 1 19. Minnetta mine, containing 60 feet; tax and per centage 3 36. Minnesota mine, containing 1300 feet; tax and percentage 3 60. Oakland mine, containing 1400 feet; tax and percentage 14 48. Pan Handle mine, on Bromide Flat; tax and percentage 31 82. Joe Potta mine, containing 1800 feet, about 100 feet west of Rice Tollhouse; tax ami i»rcentage 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 1000 feet; tax and percentage 36 99. Caroline mine, containing 1300 feet; tax and percentage 12 62. Posthole mine, containing GOO feet, located on Chloride Flat; tax and percentage 73 54. Colleen Bawn mine, located on Bromide Flat: tax and percentage 13 21. Charles & Theresa mine, 1000 feet, on Iceberg Flat;tax and percentage 29 64. El Dorado mine; tax and percentage 16 64. Domingo ledge k Co. nr mine, containing 800 feet; tax and percentage 162 16. Farewell mine, containing 1600 feet; tax and percentage 2 72. Gel key mine; tax and percentage 16 12. Hartwell Ledge k Co. containing 1400 feet; about on* mile northwest Hamilton and ewet Bullion Hill; tax and percentage 21 67. Howard mine k Co, containing 800 feet; tax and percentage 1 57. The Dentin Cortes mine; tax anil percentage 2 HO, Blank Thom mine; Us and percentage 1 60. John Keele -—; tax and percentage 2 78. Broom Banger mine; tax and percentage 9 70. ( hihuah ia Company; tax and percentage 14 55. E. J. B’-riw-n mine; tax and percentage 2 65. Bcyicour No. 10 mine, Chloride Flat; tax and percentage 67 46. Sierra Pascoe mine, containing 1000 feet, on Treasure Hill; tax and percentage 1 30. Josephine xxine; tax and percentage 6 86. Silver Star mine; tax and percentage 24 31. T. H. Wills mine; tax and percentage 2 07. You Be Dam mine; tax and percentage 3 56. Hamilton, White Pine County, Nevada, \ June 28. a.d. 1870. t F. H. KENNEDY, District Attorney White pine (,'mmty, Nev. kIDWARD IRWIN, Sheriff White Pine County. New. By Jxo. H. shekmieb. Deputy Sheriff. Jc29-oaw4w AUBURN MILL8, nBNO, nztvada.. THE NEVADA LAND & MININS COMPANY, (UMI T ED,) WILL PURCHASE SILVER ORES, IN ANT QUANTITY, AT THE FOLLOWING NET rates. On Ores Assaying per tnn $40, 2ft per tent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnn $50, 30 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying j»pf tun WO. STJj per cert, of Asajy VgiTjfl. On Ores Assaying per tnn |70, 40 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnn *80, 43 per cent, of Assay Value. Ou Ores Assaying |*r tun *00, 48 percent, of Assay Value. Ou Oreo Assaying |*r tnn $100, 50 per cent, of Assay Value. Ou Ores Assaying per tun *125, 5ft per cent, of Assay V^lqe. O4 Dies Assaying per tuu $130, 00 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *175, 03 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $200, oft per cent. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying pev tuu $830. Oft per c«nt. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnn $275, 70 per cent, of Assay Value, On 0r®« Assaying per tnn $300, 72 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $350, 74 per cent, of Assay Value, Ou Ores Assaying per tun $400, 77 percent. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tup UlW 78 per cent, of Assay Value. Ou Q;v« assaying per tuu $o00, 70 per «*ent. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *700, 81 per cent, of Asaay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun f«00, 82 i»er cent, of Assay Value. Ou Ores Assaying per t„u *000, 83 iter cent, of Assay On Ores Assaying per tun $1,000, 84 per cent, of Asm) Value. No charge for milling, sampling, or assays. Gold, upwards of $20 and not exceeding f kOU Cr tuu, contained In silver ores, wilt be paid r at above rates. Assays guaranteed to correspond with the U. 8. Mini, 4 | Ore Racks returned to shippers free of rail road changes. Ores sampled by Battery or Crusher, at u#*4io* of shipper. «L J. DVNhE, Msaafar. Reno, Nev., i\\1, 4870. jy7-tf JAB. SPSPANl t. JOHN BPKUXCK. O. C. CBAPMAH, 1. & J. SPRUAN**, I *™0I..O*R TO J, f HORAN H CO. IrajKffte% and Wholesale Dealers In 1 And Zalquon 413 Krent at reel, i iyll tf HAN FRANCISCO. ansurantr. EMPIRE MUTUAL Life Insurance Co., O F NEW YORK. 0. HILTON SCRIBNER, Present. SIDNEY f. CROFUT. • - Secretary. | W1TCCEH8 — t h r. - ! CRITERION OF EXCELLENCE! -o— ORDINARY LIFE policies ABSOLUTELY NON -FORFEITABLE r r o M Payment of Pint Annnal Preminm! -o— SPECIAL INSURANCE NON - FORFEITABLE! After Two Annnal Preminms! ——— One-Third of the Annual Premium Loaned to the party insured, if d*«ired, AND NO NOTE REQUIRED! THE BUSINESS — OF THK COMPANY # IS ON THE MUTUAL PLAN! No evidence could prove more conclusively how ful ly the public appreciate the ■ new and liberal features of this Company, and the well earned reputation of its leading Officers and Direc tors, than the IMMENSE SUCCESS <» F T H k E M P I R F: ! Unprecedented and Unparalleled BY ANY COMPANY IN EUROPE OR AMERICA! - AGENTS, Applications for Agencies in places where the Empire is not already represented will be received only from parties who can give un doubted references at to qualifications and integri ty, and should be address ®d to the underpinned, *• Fi VuW RHEIN & CO., 53a Montgomery street. Ran Francisco, Cai., (Opposite O.U Fellows Hall, gronml floor,) Managers for the Pacific Coast. jy*Mf I rawbr’is Stage AiI2<I Line! IEACHEY, WIRE!* WWMKTRM. CHANCE^OF TIME! ON AND AFTER THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1W7«. onr «<MM will leave Hamilton every day at 1 o'clock n. m., connccUn* with the Central PacIBc Railroad at Elko-carrying fu. BcnjpTK, Exprcaa and United Slalea Maila. Arrive In Hamilton at 11 o'clock m. THROUGH TO ELKO IS if HOURS! FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON IS l» HOURS' ' Thia company now haa the read Mocked with ; Splendid Slx-Horae Taanu. and the lot teat Improved Caaeard Coache.. CHEAP PARK AND 4™ * TIME I LEM. WINKS, Superintendent. HOMER 8. KIMO, Areal I H*JU“>°°' W,Y - JatT **' im ),%U WOODRUFF A ERROR! 1 »TAOH IjINBI! i^NEW ROUTE! diEl (TOACHES LEAVE HAMILTON DAILY, AT j 19 o'clock m.. running throng* ’ kilvfrado, KrULKA, MINERAL HILL, and ! R A If .ROAD DISTRICT, I <'outiet-ting with the Oar* for the Went next morning, I Fine NEW CONCORD COACHES and SIX [ HORSE 8TOCK. Passenger* for the East and Went will IfW thi« the shortest and pleaaanteet route. OFFICE: Main atreet, Hamilton, opposite Wella, Fargo 4 Co.’a. WE WILL ALSO RUN A FAST FREIGHT LINE FROM PALINADK, OVER THE SARIE ROUTE. Mirk Goode cam • H It K.. Pal.-iad.,' Parties shipping goods by our line will ph $*» give notice at our offices, at San Francisco an«l Sacramento, where they will receive prompt at tention ami be forwarded with diapatcli. Offices—444 Clay street. Han Francisco; 441 J street, Sacramento; 88 South C street, Virginia City; and Maiu street, Hamilton, White Pine. jy2-tf WOODRUFF k EXNOB. Proprietor!.. HAMILTON AND PIOCHE . STAOEl LINBI CARBTXRO The U. S. Mail & W. F. & Co.'s Express. 1 EAVES HAMILTON ON MONDAY AND J THURSDAY, at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrives at Pioche on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o'clock a. «. Leave* Ploche on MONDAY aud THURS DAY, at 8 o’clock a. m. Arrives at Hamilton TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o'clock a. m. This is the only established line to Pioehi via Robinson and Patterson. Smoothest an1 quickest route. Also, a branch line from Patterson to Silva Park, making close connection with our n gulf stages. Our road is double stocked with fi-hoH changes. Satisfaction guaranteed to passrugers, or a* > my refunded. TRAVIS, WILSON k CO.. Proprietor | Our FAST FREIGHT LINE wUl be esta linked in eight days. Merchants in Pioche, 8! ver Park, aud intermediate points, will find it! their advantage to mark goods ‘ Care TRA VI, WILSON k CO., Fast Freight.' jy4-tf HAMILTON AND TREASURE Cff 8TACE LINK, The Oroen Wnjom WILL HEREAFTER LEAVE TRBAMJl ! CITY AMI HAMILTON Ryeay Uoaa I making fight round trip, daily, retrying Wei i Fargo A Co.'a Kipreaa and iW United Mat Mail. Connecting with j BEACHY, WINER, A «0.'R STAGES. Paaaengera and Freight called for at W Clnta. Office at St. Nlcholaa Saloon, Maim, ayea with the mail for Treaaure City eya morning, at 7H o'clock, ijl-tf JAMES HAGAB, Prop* tor. TREASURE CITY PA88ENCER LINE Elegant ami oumfort. able elaigka in Winter. snd easy \.agons in Summer. Regular trip* and Perfectly safe at all titnea. IT A ^kare of public patronage la MUcitro. Jefc-tf ALFRED GRANT, Proprietor. HATCH A KlPtlNQER. Through In 84 Hours! 8PEED INCREA8ED — A X D — Faro Reduced! T?INE STOCK AND GOOD COACHES LEAVI JT H*™1''01' twice • week, TUESDAY Hid w4Tt RDAY mornings, at 8 o'clock. Thtaagk In T>» rnty-f.ar Hoars. Pssaengem for Ely will aDd thin mark tke shortest, rheaiient and pleasantest Nate. OHoe—At BARNEY k JONES' Brick Store Main street. Hamilton. JaRi-tf XT. •. MAIIj. SOUTHERN MAIL & EXPRESS LINE. iiaa SALT LAKE CITY PIOCNE CITY, ELY DISTRICT. ON JULY 1. 1870, UNDER aoVERNMENT contract for carrying the UNITED STATES MUJ* mukrsi;;i)ril will commence to run CONCORD COACHES from SALT LAKE CITY to PIOCHE CITY, via PROVO CITY, FILL. MORE, HEAVER, and other intermediate points; having a contract to carry the United Slates Mail and Wells. Fargo A Co.'s Kipnaa. Stages Wilt have Salt Lake City sad Pioche City weekly, making the trip In tkrea and a. kail days. FiRF THROUOH, BiMe-CURRENCY. HUSH WHITE, Proprietor. 1. J. HALP1N k CO., Agents at Pinch# City. WELLS, FABOO k CO., ly'Atf Agents at Sait Lake City. CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY THE FAST AND SPLENDID STKANIRg CHRYSOPOUS AND CAPITAL. Will leave on alternate daya for San Fran-ieco Mi Ike arrival of the care, at l)s oV*bck n m ’ from the foot of K strict. F Steamer CHBYWOPOUS, Flatter. Heater, will kaveon MONDAYS KDNKSDAYB and FBI. CAPITAL, Pool, Master, will leare an aV^AYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, I Fore between San Francisco and Sacrament# ! will be as follows: CABIN.91. •• DF.CK. 1.0* i To UA*YavnaJt—Cabin ..:-l..l* For Mary at Ub aad Uw lAlanawllalP LamUa«a Tbe Company* steamer* will fear* for Marya vttle and intermediate landings daily at midday (Hattmlavn and Hundaya excepted); Sunday*. at iTi.n. ParlfdlfoE ! The steamer RED BLFFF wilt *A*e for Red Bluff and intermediate landtag* every HATITL 1 DAY. at 7 o’clock a. to. Freight aecured on day previous to departure. For freight or pamage apply «»n board, or to h. nVDINC.TON. Agent. | jr***uf Oil boars! brig fllohe,