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Ordinance No. 38. An OrtlMnw rruAliog * Fund, and for otter imrpouM. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or and .ftvrtte™.., Ihl. Ordinance, tte Cily Trraa"rw .hall »-t a[mrt fifty per cent, of all money coming Into tte City Tnlaanry from lloeoaea, kail null and fitea: and twenty five per cent, of all money coming Into the City Tnaaury from taiea on real and per. aonal property, which ahall he hnown aa tlia Salary and Contingent Fund. Site. 3 The City Treasurer shall make a re port to the Board of Trustees on the first Mon day in each month, abowing the amount of money received into the Oltv Treasury for the month previous, the amonni set apart to said Salary and Contingent Fund, the amount dis bursed, aad the amount remaining in the Treos "Hmc. 3. All warranta for the payment of sal aries, and all warranta for defraying the contin gent expenses of the city, unless otherwise ordered by the hoard of Trustees, shall hereafter be drawn upon the * Salary and Contingent Fund;’ which warrant* shall eommeure a new series, and be paid in the order of their registra tion. See. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after its passage. Approved July 8, 1870. P. EVERTS. President Board of Trustees. M. P. CiMMRRtux, City Clerk. jy8-14t Ordinance No. 39. An Ordlnsnee abolishing the offices of Stroet Commissioner and Jailer and Janitor. Tlie Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follows: BnmoN l. Thp offices of Street Commissioner and Jailer and Janitor are hereby abolished. Skc. 3. Ordinance No. 39, entitled ‘An Ordi nance creating the office of Jailer and Janitor, and defining his duties, compensation, etc.,’ ap proved January 31, 1870, and all Ordinances or parts of Ordinances defining the duties of and prescribing compensstlon for Street Commis sioner, are hereby repealed. Bsc. 3. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 5,1870. P. EVERTS, President Hoard of Trustees. M. P. Chamiuuv, City Clerk. Jy8-14t Ordinance No. 40. Au Ordinance Regulating the Salaries of Of ficers. 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 services—to wit: The City Marshal shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per an num, and five per cent, on all taxes collected by him on real and personal property; and also one dollar for collecting each license. The City Tr**asurer shall receive a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum. The City Assessor shall re ceive a salary of aix hundred dollars pet annum. The Chief Engineer shall receive a salary of nine nundred dollars per annum. The City Attorney shall receive a salary of seventy-five dollars per month, and, in addition to such percentage as is allowed him 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, amt 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 month, and also two dollars for each arrest and convic tion. provided that the same shall in all cases be collected from to party convicted, and in no case to be a charge against the city. Sec. 2. Each of the above salaries shall be payablo in legal coin of the United States, in equal mouthly installments, on the first day of each and every month. Skc.3. Ordinance No. 4, entitled 'An Ordi nance regulating the salaries of officers,’ approv ed April 10,1809, aud Ordinance No. 10, entitled * An Ordinance defining the duties of City Attor ney,'approved April 15, 1 HOW, and Section 7 of Ordinance No. 26, entitled • An Ordinance regu lating a Fire Department of Hamilton City,' ap proved December 13, 1869, aud Section 4 of Ordi nance No. 36, entitled ' An Ordinance creating the office of City Attorney,'approved June 13, 1870, are hereby repealed. 8kc. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 6, 1870. I*. EVERTS, President Board of Trustees. M. P. Cmamdikijv, City Clerk. Jy8-14t Ordinance No. 41. An Ordinance regulating Licenses and License Tax in Hamilton City. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follows: Section 1. The Clerk shall cause to be pre pared, at the expense of the city, printed forms of City Licenses, to be issued as herein provided. He shall number and sign the same nnd deliver them to the Marshal, from time to time, charging him therefor. The Marshal shall make a written report to the Board of Trus tees on Monday of each week, duly verified, showing the amount of licenses collected by him the previous week, the names of persons or firms to whom licenses have been issued, the amount paid by each, aud the occupation or business for which such licenses were issued. 8kc. 2. All licenses herein provided for shall be payable in legal coin of the United States. Skc.3. Every person or firm engaged In the business of trading or merchandising, or dealing in any kind of goods, wares, or merchandise whatsoever, shall pay a license as follows; Those making monthly sales to the amount of one thousand dollars or under, eight dollars per quarter; those making monthly sales amounting to more than one thousand and under five thou sand dollars, twelve AollarB per quarter; and those making monthly sales amounting to more than five thousand dollars, twenty dollars per quarter. oito, *. every person or nrm engaged in the business of storage and commission merchants shall pay a license as follows: Those whose monthly receipts amount to one thousand dol lars or under, ten dollars per quarter; those whose monthly receipts are more than one thou sand and under three thousand dollars, fifteen dollars per quarter; and those whose monthly receipts are more than three thousand dollars, twenty-five dollars per quarter. Bsc. 8. Every person or firm engaged in the business of banking, dealers in exchange, gold and allver, stocks, or bullion, shall pay a license of fifty dollars per quarter. Sac. 6. Every person, firm or company en gaged in the business of expressing or transmit ting letters or packages for hire, having an office in this city, shall pay a license of fifty dollars per quarter. Bao. 7. Each Telegraph Company doing busi ness in the city shall pay a license of titty dol lars per quarter. Sbo. 8. Every person, firm or company en gaged in the business of stock or real estate brokerage in buying and selling stocks or real eatato, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. Sbo. 9. Every person or firm engaged In the business or keeping a livery stable, or letting horses, wagons, carriages, or other animals or vehicles for hire, shall pay a liconst* of fifteen dollars per quarter. Bbc. 10. r.very person or firm engaged in the business of rnnning for hire any dray, job wagon, cart or other public vehicle, shall pay for each dray. Job wagon, cart or vehicle so run, a license of ten dollars per quarter. Bsc. 11. Every person or firm engaged in the business of auctioneering shall pay a license of thirty dollars per quarter. Bbc. 12. Every perron or firm engaged in the business of carrying on a daguerrean or photo graphic gallery .shall pay a license of fifteen dol lare per quarter. Bbc. 18. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping a barber shop, shall pay for each chair In use in said shop a license of five dollars per quarter. 8kc. 14. Every person or firm engaged in the business of assaying any metals or ore, shall pay a licenae of twemy-flve dollars per quarter. Bbc. 15. Every person or firm engaged in the business of manufacturing soda, cider, vinegar, sarsaparilla, or syrups of any kind, shall pav a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. Bbc. 10. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping or conducting any taveru, hotel, lodging house, chop house, or restaurant, shall pay a license of fifteen dollar* per quarter. Bbc. 17. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping a bar or saloon, for retail ing any wines or liquor* of any kind, in less quantities than one quart, shall pay a license of forty-five dollars per quarter. Bbc. 18. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping a public bath house, shall pay a license of ten dollars per quarter. Bbc. 19. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping or carrying on a shooting gallery, shall pay a license of ftrteen dollars per quarter. Bbc. 20. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping or conducting a public bak ery for the manufacture of bread, pies or oskes W • license of five dollars per quarter. Bbc. 21. Every person or firm engaged in SiT*** whpr® WBHh,n* »nd ironing la done, shall pay a license of ten dollars per quarter. r nJSfJS. *™7 proprietor or keeper of » bll. ™ ,or «*ble In uae • license of ten dollars per quarter. proprietor of a nine pin. ten pin or bowling alley, ahall pay a licenae of twenty dollars per quarter. 7 Snc. 34. Every peraoo or ftrui engaged In the buelueae of keeping or carrying on any brewery for the manufacture of beer, malt or fermented P‘” * 1|WI,“ uf lhir,)' ttollara per . end every Insurance comunuy doto, borinaaa |n the city, .hall pay a llernae of twenty-five dollars per quarter. Bbc. 26. Every persou, 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 Afteen dollars per quarter. Bbc. 27. Every person or Arm engaged in the business of pawn broker, shall pay a licenae of forty dollars per quarter. Bbc. 28. Every person or Arm engaged in the business of keeping s butcher shop or stall, for the retail of fresh meats, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. Bbc. 29. Every traveling morchaut, hawker, or peddler, who shall vend goods, wares, and mer chandise, shall pay s license of twenty-five dollars per quarter; provided that in case such traveling merchant, hawker, or peddler, shall use a wagon, cart, or other vehicle In snch business, he shall pay a license of forty dollars per quarter. Bbc. 80. Every person, firm, company, mana ger, or lessee of any theater, engaged In the bush ness of giving theatrical performances or ethl WrdinanrfS. I bit ions of aerunaders, minstrels' concert or opera singers, sparring, melodcon 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 lees period than one month, five dollars for each performance or exhibition so given. Hxc. Si. Every person, Arm. or company, giv ing in the city any exhibition of a caravan, me nagerie, or collection 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 so given. Sec. .TJ. Every pentou 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 month: provided that in case'such license is granted fora less period than one month, five dollars per day for each day the same shall be kept open. Sec. 33. Every person who shall carry on or conduct any of the businesses, trades, callings, or professions mentioned herein, and shall negleet to take out a license therefor, as herein provided, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con victiou thereof, shall be fined iu a sum not less than the license which such person is required to take out. and not exceeding five hundred dol lars, which tine may be enforced by imprison men! in the city jail not exceeding one day tor each two dollars of such fine. Sec. 34. All licenses provided for In this Or dinance shall be paid in advanco, and are hereby made transferable in cases where the business licensed is conducted or carried on in the same building, shop, stall, or stand, but not otherwise. Sec. 35. Ordinance No. 11, entitled* An Ordi nance providing for the assessing and collecting of revenue for Hamiltou City,* approved April 16, 1809; and Ordinance No. 16, entitled * An Or dinance amendatory of and supplemental to an Ordinance entitled • Au <trdinacce providing for the assessing and collecting of revenue for Ham ilton City,’ approved May 6,1869; and Ordinance No. 35, entitled 1 An Ordinance amendatory of ami supplemental to an Ordinance entitled * An Ordinance providing for the assessing and col lecting of revenue for Hamilton City,’ approved September 13, 1K69, and all Ordinances and parts of Ordinances iu conflict with this Ordinance, are hereby repealed. Sec. 36. This Ordinance shall take effect ami be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 11,187U. P. EVERTS, President of the Board. M. P. Chambebun, City Clerk. jyl4-14t Ordinance No. 42. Ail Ordinance Creating the Offices of City Re corder and City Surveyor. The Rnard of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follow*: Suction 1. In addition to the offices already prescribed by law and ordinance, there shall lie and is hereby created the offices of City Recorder and City Surveyor. Sec. 2. The City Recorder, before entering upon the discharge of the duties of his office, shall give a bond, with two or more sufficient sureties, to bo approved by the Board, in the sum of five thousand dollars; and the City Sur veyor shall give a like bond, in the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars. Each of the bond* required by this section shall bn in like form and with like conditions as other bonds re quired of officers. Sec. 3. The City Recorder shall hold his Court, every day, at the Recorder's office, in the City Hall, and shall be allowed a fee of four dol lars for each conviction; provided, that the same shall in all cases be collected from the party convicted, and in no case to lx* a charge against the city. Sec. 4. The City Recorder shall keep a record of all his proceedings, and pay over to the City Treasurer, on Saturday of each week, all money collected by him, after deducting the fees al lowed to officers; taking duplicate receipts there for—one of which he shall file with the City Clerk; the other keep for his voucher. The Re corder shall, also, report to the Board on Mon day of each week, under oath; which report shall show all cases brought before him; all fines im posed, and the amount of fees received by him and other officers therein. Sec. 5. The City Surveyor shall keep a record of all surveys made by him, and report the same to the Board of Trustees on the first Monday of each month; and shall be permitted to charge not to exceed ten dollar* per lot for fixing the boundaries for private owners; provided, that the same shall in no case be a charge against the city. Sec; ft. All ordinances or parts of ordinances, in ooofllot with this Ordinance, and nil ordi nonces heretofore passed providing any com pensation for either of said officers, are hereby repealed. Beg. 7. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 18. 1870. P. EVERTS, President Board Trustees. M. P. Chamberlin, City Clerk. jy20-14t Ordinance No. 43. Au Ordinance Relating to Dogs. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follows: 8ection 1. An animal tax, or license, of three dollars, on all male, and five dollars on all female dogs, iu Hamilton City, over the age of one month, payable In legal coin of the United States, is hereby levied ami directed to be col lected. Sec. 2. The Marshal shall procure a suitable number of tags, which shall Im> numbered, and stamped with the word Hamilton; and any per son keeping any dog within the city limits shall procure of the Marshal a tag, to be attached to such dog, and shall pay therefor the tax or license prescribed InSection 1 of this Ordinance. Sec. 3. The Marshal shall apprehend and im pound all dogs found running at large without a tag within the city limits after the 1st day of August, A. D. 1870. hec. a. Auy person winning to mieem a dog | which has been impounded may do so upon payment of the tax or license required by Sec tion 1 of this Ordinance for a tag and paying to tho Marshal the additional sum of two dollars for impounding the same. H6. A11 dogs impounded nhall, unless sooner redeemed by the owner or claimant, be killed after the expiration of twenty-four hours, aud interred or otherwise disposed of without tho city limits. Sec. 6. The Marshal shall make a report to the Board of Trustees ou Monday of each week for the week previous, which report shall show the number of tags sold; the names of persons to whom sold, respectively; the date when each commences and expires; the number of dogs im pounded; the number killed; the amount of mo ney received for tags, or otherwiae, under this Ordinance, from the party paying the same, and shall keep a register in his office showing the above facts. He shall pay to the Treasurer, ou Saturday of each week, all money in his hands from the sale of tags, after deducting his fees, ss hereinafter allowed. Sec. 7. The Marshal, in addition to the extra fees received from those redeeming impounded dogs, shall receive a fee of fifty cents for each tag sold and one dollar aud fifty ceuts for each og killed. Hec. 8. Any person or persons who shall forge or counterfeit any tag or tags for the purpose of defrauding tho city, shall be guilty of a misde meanor, and upon conviction thereof shall fined in any sum not leas than ten nor more than flftv dollars, and may be imprisoned in the < ity Jail not to exceed one day for each two dollars of such flue. Hec. 9. Any person or persons who shall tie or otherwise attach any kettle, cau, drum, box, or other substance, to the tail, leg, neck or body of any dog. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, aud upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not less than fifty dollars, and may be imprisoned in the City Jail not to exceed one day for each two dollars of such fine. Hec. 18. All money received into the Treasury under the provisions of this Ordinance shall be kept in a separate fund, and under the control of the Board of Trustees. Hec. 11. This Ordinance shall take effect aud be In force from and after its passage. Approved July 18, 1870. P. EVERTS, President of the Board. M. P. Chamberlin, City Clerk. jjr21-lit Ordinance No. 44. An Ordinance to Provide Water for Hamilton City. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follows: Section l. A special ad valorem tax of twen ty-five cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property, real and personal, in Hamil ton City, Is hereby levied, aud directed to lie collected, for the purpose of providing water for said city for the year A. D. 1870. Sec. 2. The Assessor, in making out the as sessment roll for the year A. D. 1870, shall add a separate column, showiug the amount of the tax hereby levied, and the same shall 1m* collected in accordance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 87, and the same fees allowed to officer* as In other casus of collection of city taxes. Sec. 3. All money received into the Treasury under the provisions of this Ordinance ahull be set apart to and knowu as the Water Fund, and be under the control of the Beard of Trusti**. Hec. 4. 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AT A MEETING OF THE UNION REPUB LICAN Btate Central Committee, held at Virginia City, Juue 21,1H70, it was Resolved, That a HUte Convention of the Na tional Union Republican Party be held at Elko on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER TWENTY FIRST, 1870, to uomluate candidates for the fol lowing offices, to wit: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Representative in Congress, Justice of the Supreme Court, Secretary of Stab-, Attorney General, Treasurer of Stab*, Controller of State, Surveyor-General. Superintendent of Public In struction, Htate Mineralogist, and Clerk of the Supreme Court, and the transaction of such other business as shall properly come before said Convention. On motion, Resolved, That each county he entitled to one Delegate at large, ono for each one hundred (100) vob-s, and one for each frac tion over fifty (50) east for the Republican Presi dential Electors at the election of 1808. On motion, Resolved, That we recommend to the several County Central Committees that the Primary Election of Dolegab-s to both Htate ami County Conventions In- held on the isth day of September, 1870, and that at said election one delegation be elected to the Htuto Convention and one delegation to the County Convention. On motion. Resolved, That a voter at the Union Republican Primaries shall possess the following qualifications: He shall be a citiaen of the United Stab s and Htate of Nevada: he shall at the time of voting at the Primaries be a qualified elector and registered voter of the pre cinct iu which he offers to vote; he shall have voted tho Union Republican ticket, State and National, at the general election of November, A. D. 1888. or would have done so had it been possible to vote; he shall solemnly pledge him self b> vote for the nominees of tluj Union Re publican party at the general election in Novem ber. A. D. 1870. lb-solved, That we recommend to the several County Central Committee*, that on the »lay of the Primary Election for Delegate* to the m-v eral Conventions, the people be requested to ex press their preference for the candidates for tin several offices, State and County, by a direct vob'. | Delegates are apportioned to the several coun ties as follows: uuunuuu.Z Douglas. 4 Eatncralda.4 Humboldt.4 Lyon.ti Lauder.11 Lincoln.i wye.4 Ottneby.« Storey.24 Washoe.lo Elko.M White Pine.10 N. A. H. BALL, Chairman Nevada State Central Committee Na tional Union Republican Party. J*®*t«l (1. C. Battubmam, Secretary Applications (or patent. Application for Patent. NOTICK NO. 11. RROtSTEu's Or KICK, I Arms. HevRda, April 38th, 1*70.1 ’VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE il Mukwonago Mining Company has this day filed in this offlre a diagram, together with a notice of Application for Patent from the United States, under Act of Congress Approved July 26tb. 18rtfl, for Eight Hundred feet of tlie Golden Lode, known as the Mukwonago Mining Company's claim, situated in the White Pine Mining District, White Pino County. Nevada, and more particularly described ns follows: lie ginuiag at a point whence ib« southeast corner of the survey made for the Aurora Consolidated Silver Miuing Company, on the Aurora Lode bears 8. 11 depm* W.SOft feet, thence running N. 11 H degree* E. 300 feet: thence 8. 78H de grees E. 800 feet; thence 8. 11 .Si degrees W. 300 feet, and thence N. 78degrees W. 800 feet to the place of beginning, and containing Five Acres and fifty-one nm -hundredth* of an Acre (5 51-100 acres) of Land, embracing said lode, and one hundred feet on 6ACh side thereof. Said claim is bounded on the west by the Aurora Con solidated Silver Mining Company. Aurora Lode. GEORGE T. TERRY, maA-OOd* Register. Application for Patent. NOTICE N<>. Reumtkb’s Ofkicr, I Austin, Nevada. April 2H. 1870.1 N’OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Mukwonago Mining Company has this day flBil in this office a diagram, together with a notice of Application for Patent from the United Staten, under Act of Congress approved July 26th. 1H66, for Eight Hundred Feet of the Mount Vernon Lode, kuowu as the Mukwonago Mining Company'* claim, situated in the White Pine Mining District, White Pine County. Nevada, and more particularly described as follow*: Be ginning at the southeast corner of the survey made for the Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, on the Aurora Lode, the same lieiug the northeast comer of the survey made for the South Aurora Silver Mining Company, thenee running N. 11>§ degives K. 300 feet; thence 8. 784$ degrees K. 800 feet; thence 8. IP* degrees W. 300 feet, and thence N. 7s^ degrees W. 800 feet to the plaee of beginning, and containing Five Acres and fifty-one one-hundredths of an Acre <5 51-100 acres) of Land, embracing said lode, and ouehuudri*d feet on each side thereof. Said claim is bounded on the west by the Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, Aurora Lode. GKOUGE T. TERRY, ma3-90d* Register. U. S. Patents for Mines! F. TAGLIABUE, CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Office at the Mining Recorder's, Main Street, Treasure City. 1)ARTIE8 WISHING PATENTS FOR MINES in Whit* Pine County, can procure the same at the shorti st notice, and on the most reasona ble terms,by applying as above. Orders left with Col. Habin. in tie Mining Recorder's office, at Treasure City, or at The White Pine News office in Hamilton, will receive prompt intention. ap'28-tf Delinquent Tax List. (Proceeds of Mines.) State or Nevada, CorirrY or White Pune, \ District Attorney's Office. j VTOTICE OF SUITS COMMENCED: To the following named defendants and to all own ers of, or claimants to the mines or mining claims hereinafter descrilied, known or un known: You are 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 ea*-h 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 tux and de linquency assess'd to said defendants, against the procm-ds of said projierty for the quarter year commencing the 1st day of October, A. I>. 1869, and ending the 31st day of Decern l»«r, A. D. 1869, and that a summons has been duly issued in each ease. Anil you are further notified, that unless yon appear and answer the complaint filed In said cans'' on or before the 30tli day of July, A. D. 1870, judgment will lie taken against you and the mine or mining claim herein d**‘ scribed for the amount of tax and delinquency specified and costs of suit: Roller mine, tax and iM'rcentage $3 60. Mahogany mine, situated in Mahogany can yon; tax and percentage 5 99. Milton mine, tax and percentage 1 19. Minn< tta mine, containing60 feet; lax and per centage 3 36. Minnesota mine, containing 1200 feet; tax and percentage 3 60. Oakland mine, containing 1400 feet; tax and percentage 14 48. Pan Handle mine, on Bromide Flat; tax nnd percentage 31 82. Joe Potts mine, containing I860 feet, alwnit 100 feet west of Hire Tollhouse; tax and percentage 8 78. Zubrlc mini, containing 600 feet, on Chloride Flat: tax and percentage 22 94. Sagebrush mine, l.ooo feet,Treasure Hill, m ar Postbole: tax and percentage 33 10. Sangamon mine, containing 1000 fi-ct; tax and percentage 26 99. Caroline mine, containing 1200 feet; tax and percentage 12 62. Posthole mine, containing 600 fret, located on Chloride Flat; tax and iiercentage 73 54. Colleen Bawn mine, locat'd on Bromide Flat: tax and iwrcentage 13 21. Charles k Theresa mine, looo fret, on I«*eberg Flat; tax and percentage 29 64. El Dorado mine: tax and percentage 16 64. Domingo Ledge k Co. or mine, containing MOO fret; tax and percentage 162 16. Farewell mine, containing 1800 feet; tax and percentage 2 72. Gelkey mine; tax and percentage 16 12. Hartwell Ledge A: Co, containing 1400 feet: about one mile northwest Hamilton and east Bullion Hill; tax and percentage 21 57. Howard mine A: Co, containing 800 feet; tax and j»ercentage 1 57. The Dentin Cortes mine; tax nnd percentage | a ho. DIack Thom mine; tax and percentage 1 50. John Steele-; tux and percentage 2 78. Broom Ranger mine; tax and percentage 9 70. Chihuahua Company; tax and percentage 14 55. E. J. Brown mine: tax and percentage 2 65. Seymour No. 10 mine, Chloride Flat; tax and percentage 67 46. Sierra Pascoe mine, containing 1000 feet, on Treasure Hill; tax umi jiercentage 1 30. Josephine mine; tax and percentage 6 86. Silver Htar mine; tax and percentage 24 31. T. II. Wills mine: tax and percentage 2 i*7. You Be Dam mine: tax and percentage 3 56. Hamilton, White IMne County, Nevada, I June 28, a.n. 1870. I F. H. KENNEDY, District Attorney White Pine Cnunty, Nev. EDWARD IRWIN, Sheriff White Pine County, Nev. By Jno. H. SHKitMUca, Deputy Sheriff. Je29-oaw4w TO THE UNFORTUNATE, j New Remedies'. Now Remedies! DR. GIBBONS DISPENSARY, NO. IXCl KF.AltNY HTTIFFT, COIt. S-s, ! NER Commercial. Kan Francisco. j Private entrance on Commercial street. Established in 1864, for the treatmentH^£M of Sexual anil Keniiual Disease, aurh ns iQflBt Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphillis, in all it* forms; Seminal Weakness. Impotenry, etc., etc. Skin diseases of years standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc.. successfully treated. Seminal Weakness. Beiuinal emission Ih the consequence of w*lf abuae. Thin solitary vice, or depraved sexual indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty the following train of i morbid symptoms, unless combated by irlentiflc medical measures, viz: Hallow countenance, I dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of loaves or rattling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffi dence in approaching strangers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun aociety, loss of memory, pimples and various eruptions about the face, hectic flushes, furred tongue, fietid breath, coughs, consumption, nitfht sweats, monomania and frequently In sanity. If relief lx* not obtained, you should apply immediately, either In person or by letter and have's cure effected by his new and scientific mode of treating this disease, which never fails of effecting a quick and radical cure. Dr. g. will give one hundred dollars to any person who will prove, satisfactorily to him, that lie was cured of this complaint by either of the Han Francisco quacks. Cared at Home. Persous at a distance may be CURED AT HOMK, by addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, symptoms, length of time the disease has continued, and have medicine promptly forwarded, fr.** from damage and cu no.ity, to any part of the Country, with hill and plain directions for use, by enclosing 915 in cur rency. or 910 in coin, in a registered letter through the Postofflc©, through Wells, Fargo A Co. 8 A package of medlelne will be forwarded by Express to any part of the Union. Persona w riting to the Din-tor will please state the name of the paper they see this advertise, ment in. All <onnuunicatioua strictly confidential. * ,. Address. DR. J. F. GIBBON, . jyl4-ew Hox *j.V2, Hun Francisco, California. I’riitUiifl. OFFICE OF THE (lolljilc 4.1 inf iftrtos. & This establish men t is supplied with a large assortment of newest styles of Type, Bor ders, Ornaments, Cards, Assorted Paper, and all the MODERN MACHINERY Employed in the proper execution of BOOK AND JOB PR IN T I IV G! Best of Job Presses. FINEST, LATEST STYLES OF Plain and Ornamental Type, For any kind of work, snch a« Posters, Play Bills, Circulars, Checks, Tags, Certificates of Stock, Blank Books, Receipts, Notes, Etc. O A.HDB, Of all hIjm'B, HhadoH andtthapex, in plain black or In any or all the colors of the Rainbow. THE PIONEER PAPER OP WIIITR PINK, PUBLISHING ALL TIIK TELEGRAPH NEWS, ami a general new* summary in every Issue—besides our apeclalty— Bvory Sunday, A MINING REVIEW, furnishing a complete account of the condition of the mines in this District—condition of the works; late developments; amount of ore for the week; yield of ore worked; proposed changes; also, condition and prospect of outside claims, and other matters of interest to owners and the general public. BOOK BINDING! Persons wishing Blank Books printed will not be under the necessity of sending to Ban Fran cesco for this character of work, aa we are pre pared to execute such work in a good style, end at reasonable prices. IlfUnqiunt ,$aU«. 1.1 BATH ERBTONE MINING COMP A 1 NY.—Location of Works: White Pine Min ing District, White Pino County, State of Ne vada. — Notice. — There are delinquent upon the following-described stock, on account of assessment levied on the 14th day of -Tune, A. D. 1870, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows: No. of No. of Names. Certificate. Hliares. Ain't. Dreed W J i balance).3.3.$00.. Dorsey E 1).38.loo.-20.. Dorsey EB.30.1(K).'20.. Dorsey EB.32.UK).20.. Dougherty Ii. Trustee..UK).UK).20.. Hill A E, Trustee.94.100 20.. Hill A E, Trustee.or*.UK).20.. HU! A E. Trustee.'.85.UK).30.. Hill A E. Trustee.97.UK).30.. McDonald M J.35.500.100.. McDonald M J.45.10.3.. Palmer Mrs E W.57.10.2.. And iu accordance With law. and an order of the Board of Trustees, made on the 14Ui day of June, A. D. 1870, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will is> sold at public auction, by John Middleton k Sou, Auctioneers, No. 310 Montgomery street, Han Francisco, California, on THURSDAY, the ELEVENTH DAY OP AUGUST, A. D. 1870. at lb*- hour of 12 o'clock m. of said day, to pay said deliinjient assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. DAVID T. BAG LEY. Secretary Office: No. 401 California street, Han Francisco, California. Jy2f-td 1ATAWANA MINING COMPANY.— j Assessment No. 2, levied June ‘2, 1870. De linquents, unpaid up to 7th July, 1870, noon: If* I |S ef Stockholders. f 3 * | g a. <* = D M Hosiuer..'id.....18.00 1> M Hosmer.7.20.3 .00 D M Hosmer.9.‘20.3.00 D M Hosmer.10.20.3.00 D M Hosmer.184.108.40.206 D M Hosmer,Trustee 150... .10UQ.150.00 D M Hosiuer,TrusteelSl.10.1.50 D M Hosmer .Trusteel5*220.127.116.11 D 51 Hosmer,Trustee 153.104.15.G0 Richard Havage.‘20.50... »2.50.5.00 Uichnrd Havage.104.300 45.00 lti, hard Havage.199.UK).15.00 H A Post.318.104.22.168 H E Holcombe..., 1‘27.10..1.50 M M Baldwin.114.10.50.l.«) M M Baldwin.149.490. ...34.50....40.00 Richard H Havage... 22.214.171.124 P Conklin.104.400.00.00 It Caulfield.128 40 .8.00 I) Walker, M D.129.20.3.00 A E Everett.134.UK).15.00 A K Everett.160.50 7.50 William Krug.137.50 7.50 William Krug.126.96.36.199 »m ivrug, trustee., im.iuu.i».w Win Krug, Trustee,.188.8.131.52)5 Win Krug. Trustee,. 19H.4<m>.GO.00 John Clement.184.108.40.206 A Martin on, TrustcelHM... .4248.587.20 Charles C Bowman. .155.500.75.00 I, D Simpson.220.127.116.11 E 11 Wilder.151.... 1000.150.00 R Oohu.179.100.15.00 C II Burton.180.328.49.20 Butts & Wise.175.MOO.130.00 C V Me Bonnot.170.100.15.00 H Heydenfcldt.1*1.800. ...15,00....30.00 °lTni'ti'.llilll<t"1' j .n~'i.100.80 “KJ'tT*'-!•>«.100.15 00 Crfmni'T“:! im» o^wrfiuiKio". | 191.lno.15.U0 T Aroud Cliarrvard. .195..... 100.16.00 It E Doran.200.300.30.00 a7JL,T?h: I «.-.-■“» 18,338 f77.50 $2573.20 Mkhoiunm u.—July 7, 1k70. Collected from Drinkhouse, ou shares $54.90 M " Conklin, *' 213, 3195 “ “ Southwell, •• 05, 9.75 jy!3 A . MARTI NON. Secretary. / \FFICK OP THE MINERAL CITY " "Gold and Silver Mining snd Milling Com pany, No. 430 Montgomery street. City and County of Han Francisco, State of California.— Location of Works: Robinson Mining District, County of White Pine, and Htate of Nevada.— Notice.—There are delinquent, njs.n the follow lng-d<-Hcrihed stock, on account of assessment levied on the 24th day of May, 1*70, the several amount*, set opposite the names of the respect ive shareholders, as follows: Names. No. Cert. No.Hh. Ain’t. Brannan S.*7.64).. $5n (M) llrannan H.104.10... .10.00 Moulton WJL. 3 1350.. 12541.00 Moulton WJL.81.54)_Vi INI Moulton W J I,.KJ. JO... 20.00 Moulton WJL. *3.5 ... .5.00 Moulton W J I,.ion.jn_25 oo Hicks John N.17.5.5 00 Hicks John N.|M.5.5.IMJ lllcks John N.19.6.5.00 Hicks John N.20.5.5.00 Hicks John N.21 . 8. 5.00 Hicks John N.33.5.5 00 Hicks John N ..23. 5 . 5 ini Hicks John N.24.10... .10.00 Hicks John N.25.10_10.00 Hicks John N.20. 10.. ..10.00 Hicks John N.27.lit_10.00 Hicks John N. .38.10_10.(Ni Hicks John N.2!).20_39 00 Hicks John N .311. .. .30_20.00 Hicks John N..70_1000..HNNMNI Hicks John N.77.1(8). .100.00 Iamb George W.32.5._5.00 Iamb George W.83. 5... 5.00 I<atnh George W.34.5..., 5.04) I<amb George W . 36. 5.5.00 Lamb George W.;8l.5.5.00 Latub George W.37.5.5.00 Lamb George W.38 .... 5 ...5.0(1 Lamb George W.39.6.5.(N» Lamb George W.40.5._5 (Ml Ijunb George W.41.ft.5.INI Lamb George W.42. .ft.5.00 l,amb George W.43.ft.5.00 Lamb George W.44.ft.5.00 Lamb George W.45.10.... 10.00 Ijimb George W.40.10-10.00 l<amb George W.47.10....10.00 Iamb George W.48.10... .10.00 Lamb George W.49.10-10.00 Iamb George W.50.lo-10.00 Lamb George W.51.10.... 10.00 Iamb George W.52.10.... HUM) Lamb George W.53.10.... 10.041 Iamb George W.54.10 ...10.00 Lamb George W.ftfl.30. ...20.00 i I-amb George W.57.20 20.00 Lamb George W.58.20 ..20.011 Lamb George W.79_ 2000 JUon.oo Ulub George W.80... 301) 200.00 Wells Wm V.85.50. ...50 00 Wells Wm V.105 . 25 . 25.00 Knox I» I . 108... 8640 864000 Knot D E.102. ...1900, .1300.00 Badlam A Jr.101.35.. .26.00 And in accordance with law, and an order of the Rourd of Trustees, made on the 34th day of May, 1870, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may Is- necessary will lx* sold at public j auction at the house <>f Maurice Dora A: Oo., No. 337 Montgomery street. Sau Francisco, State of California, on the TWENTY EIGHTH DAY OF JULY, 1870, at the hour of 1 o’clock p. m. of said day. to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. A. BADLAM, Secretary, office: At No. 420 Montgomery street, City and County of Han Francisco, State of California, jyii-ui Summon*. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE NINTH Judicial District of tin* Htate of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln. The Htate of Nevada to John H Phi Hips, greeting: You are hereby required to appear In an aetiou commenced against you, as defendant, by Laura E. Phillips, as plaintiff, In the District Court «*f the Ninth Judicial District, in aud for the County of Lincoln. Htate of Nevada, at Hike, and answ< r the complaint therein (which la on file with the Clark of said Court), within ten days after service upon you of thla summons (exclusive of the day of service). If served In said County of Lincoln, or tweuty days if served out of said County, but in the Ninth Ju dicial District of the Htate of Nevada, or forty days if aerved out of said District, but within the State, or Judgiueut by default will Ik* taken against you, according to the prayer of the said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of said Court dissolving the bonds 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 on your part which ordinary industry could not avoid: and also on the ground of extreme cruelty toward plaintiff on your part-ss net forth in the complaint now on file in this office. And If you fail to answer the said complaint, the said plaintiff will take Judgment for the relief prayed for in the complaint and for costs of this action. Given under my hand and the seal of the said Court, this Hth dav of July, A. 0. 1h7(). JNO. D. GORIN. (Hral.) Clerk of the District Court, Ninth Judicial District, Nevada. (50-Cent Nevada Htate Revenue Htamp.) JylH-law5w POST-OFFICE BOOKSTORE, Hamilton, Nevada, RUSSELL BROTHERS, - DKALKBS m - Book®, Stationery, Magazines, Newspapers, Variety Qooda, Cigars and Tobacco. Rubsell brotherh are — special agents at White Pine for the California and Nevada Daily any Weekly Newspaper*. Ho -Hubtw riptlon* received, and subscribers in Hamilton and Treasure City aerved with papers Immediately after arrival of Kxpreaa, every day. The Pom to flic* Circulating Library I Sir New books added from time to ttme.',Ea JyO-tf FOR BUSINESS CARDS. ^SfSsimoiTijotirfs! ( vault that nt a meeting of the Tnmi,~^oT‘2!aoWn. pany. belli on tL. 30tb Vf* f™' au ntHCKHiucnt of ,,J, A- ''m Five (5) Cent* ,„are " •* levied «|Kin the capital Bl(„.k . Patty- wnble Immediately, lu u„i,S‘d»V0.m' Hold coin, to the SenetatT.it th„ Ij!!"1 **•*■« Company, Itoom No. 2s/Havward7n„?ntho «» California atreet, Han Fr.ml", Any at,HU upon whirl, aaid -‘^■- C‘Mfcral«, remain unpaid on THURSDAY thT Twrvel FIFTH (25thl DAY OF AUGUST.* uTJ,' Khali lx* deetuM delinquent, and will hi ¥'?• advertlaed for Halo .1 public tton.h dul» h sa payment ahall be made before JJsJW*1 on THURSDAY, the FIFTEENTH nairn'iSS OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1870, to qiu*nt aiww>HMnient. too. th. r with »h. e . ln’ advertiitlng and expctnwa of nalr. ' co*tB °* JOfiKPH L. KIND sl . OHlre: Room No. 23, Hayward*. Billina JTa California atreet. ramFranclaco, Cal. JyjiVd VO««i)iY silver niNi\7r77Tw l> PA NY Loeallon of Work.: White n?1' Minins Dlatrirt, W hite Pine County 2.,!“! Nevada. — Holler la hen by K|„,„ “ha, .ut.cL in« of th.- Truatin m of aaid Ooujiwuy the 20th day of July, A. II. in 7,12 luent of ' **• Twenty ( JO) Cent, per Share Waa levied upon the capital atoek of aahl r™. I«uy. payable Immediately, In United Slim?.' ! sold coin, to the Secretary, at tlm otte* , ! I IV,II,I,any. in a,in 21, Hayward'. Buildliu «2 California atreet, Han Franrlarn, “S' | Any atoek upon which aaid aaaeaament ahall , main unpaid on the TWENTY-FOURTH on ml ; DAY OF AUGUST, 1H7II, ,h.l| he dinned lUiquent, and will la, duly advertlaed f,o^ at Puhhe auction, and, unleaa payment ahiu m made la-fore, will la- .old on TUESDAY Ik THIRTEENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER lie" to pay the delinquent aaaraanieut. loneJJL I eoataof mlvYrtlainu and eija-naea id the mil1'" CHAS. K. ELLIOT ofllee: Itiaim 21. Hayward a Ilulldlng a 1 sTfvO’ lornia atreet, Han Franelaco, 1 aliform. Jy24.td * Notick ok awkkkwmk^t\~ZZ~7,V KICE of the Aurora CumKilldalnd Hllvw annliig Company IxwatUm of wort a: whllr line Minina Ulalrkt, County of Whin. Pin. . Hiatt, uf Sevada.—Nutloa l. hrtj S’S at a miattillK of 111. TrmOeea of Ml.t Coo mb, l.rl.1 on lb, 7th day of July, imi. iTSEJ' nit-nt (No. 3) of Klv* Dollar, *3) p,r Hha„ »a« l.'vir.l .iiH.ii tho capital atock of »ald Con. pan,, payalil, Hun,,dial,ly. In United HUlra gohi coin, to th, Hcrri tary. at the offleo of tlio C.uupany No. «1» Ckdlfornl. alert iH.om S|( Han Fran. In.... I alifornla Any mock upon which nal.l ann. HKiiicnt nl.all remain „nj*ld on the loth day of Annum 1H7ci, .lull he denned dellnqa. nl and will b.. duly advertln.nl for nale .1 pul.llc auction, ami unless paymeut shall be made be fori . will be wdd on the FIKHT DAY OF HF1* TEMHKlt, 1S70, to pay the delinquent sum h* incut, together with costa of advertising and t.. jxmae- of the aalc. By order of the Board of Trustees. (Signed) M. ATWOOD. ^ Urv Office. At No. 419 California street (Room 5) Han Francisco, California. Jyll-td ' IKNNIK A. CONSOLIDATED MIM\U COMPANY—Whit*-Pine District, Nevada — Notice is hen by given that at a meeting of the Boanl of Trustees of aaid Company, held ont « 30th itay of June. 1*70, an assessment of Ten (10 Canla Per Share was levied upon the capital stock of said coin panv, payaiile immediately, in Tnlted Htatea gold ami silver coin, to the Pecretary Any stock tijjon which said asmssment shall remain uni>aid on the'jftth day of July, 1H7C, shall be deemed delinquent, ami will Is* duly advertised for sale at public auction, and. nnless payment shall lx* made Ix fure, will lx> sold on MONDAY, the lftth day of August, 1*70, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costa of adver tising and < xixfiiws of sale. By order of the Hoard of Trustees J M 111 FFINOTON. Hertv tary. Office: 'XI New Merehant's Exchange, California atn-et. Han Francisco, C*l. jy'J-td If V K .MING MTAK NO. I MILYEK a MINING COMPANY.—I nation «.f Works: White Pine County, Htate of Nevada Notice is hereby given tliut, at a meeting uf the Board of TrnstMs nf said Company, lu ld on the 1st day of June, 1*7(1, an assessment of Five (A) Cents |x-r shore was levied npou the capital stock of xaid Coin pray, payalde immediately, in Tutted Stabs gold coin, to the Hecr* tary, nt the office of the Company, Boom ft. No. :*rj Montgomery street, San Francis, o, California. Any at«x-k upon which said assessim nt shall remain unpaid on HATTRDAY, the 8B OND DAY OF J1LY. l*7u, shall lx* deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and uniesx payment shall be made before will be sold on MONDAY, the TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF JTLY, 1H70, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and ex pen* * of sale. By order of the Board of Trust,* * WM. II WATHON. Secretary. Office: Room 5, No. 30*2 Molitgoliiery street, Mau Francisco, California. JeM-td POSTPONEMENT. The day for deeming stock on the atx»ve assessment delinquent ia hereby postponed until MONDAY, the FIRST IMY OF ATOTHT. 1 h7((, and the sale thereof until WEDNESDAY, the TWENTY-FOITITH DAY OF ATOI ST. 1*70 By order of the H<>ard of Trustee*. Jyn-td WM. II. WATHON, Secretary. I ROGONIP PLAT NILVKK MINING I <3ompauy—Location «f Works: White pine, Nevada. —Notice ia hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Pruatcss of said Com pany. held on the 1st day of June, 1*7(1, an ass* Msment of Three (it) C ent* Per Nliare was levied upon the capital stock of aaid com pany, puyable Immediately. In 1'uited States g'dd coin, to the Secretary, at the office of Hut company, No. 1 Express Building, northeast corm r Montgomery and California streets. Kan Francisco, California. Any shak upon which Haiti assessment shall remain unpaid on the 2-td tlay of July. 1*70. shall he deemed delin quent, ami will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unlraa payment shall be made before, will be sold on Monday, the Kth dny c»f August, 1*70, to |»ay the delinquent asst ssment. togctlwr with costs «»f advertising and exfx'iises of sale. By order of the Board of Trustee*. T. J. OWENS. Secretary. Office Vo. 1 Express Building, northeast corner Montgomery au<l California streets, Han Fran risoo, California. JeJotd ^Eircry and feed Stabirs. Potirtli Stx-oet LIVERY & SALE STABLE, l'Mi Fourth at., bet. Mission and Howard, 8an Francisco, Cal., A. J. FflANf'IH.Proprietor. / VPEN DAY AND NIGHT. BOARDERS X / kept in the best style First-class Double Teum*. Mingle Teams and Saddle Horses. jylrt-lm fe T0ST & CO. & LIVERY, FEED A SALE STABLE, Silver r/xrli., Nov. WHE PROPRIETORS BEO LEAVE TO IN A FORM the traveling public that they are now prepared to furniah triable room for any amount of atock, ou the moat reasonable terma. The beat of griaimamen at thia establishment. STOCK RANCHED, at reammable ratca. by the day. week or month. JciHMnt TREASURE CITY UVERY STABLE. E. MEYER, WHS ORIGINAL IJVERY AND HALE HTA 1 RLE proprietor, Treaeure Street, Treasure City, la atlll holding out at the ohl stand, and has elegant turnouts, horses, bugglea, wagona, ami all outfltttnga pertaining to A HANDHOME TURNOUT. Htoek taken for keeping, by tho week, day or month, at tho LOWEST POBHIRI.K PU1CKH. Outfits for Prospectors and Excuraioniata for matted on private terma. Tho Boat Stools., at the lowest prices, la the effort of thia eatab llahinent. Jyfl-tf E. MKYKH. .TIM MILLER <Sfc CIO. Livery, Sale, Feed & Boardin£ Stable, Jy7-tf Our. Tntaanre and Duun itrodM. FOR SALE cSkaim-A Dwelling-lion** in Treaaum City, luquiru at thin oIHpp . tua23-U