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Ordinance No. 38. An Ordlnahw crMtlag » tUur »n<i Contingent Fund, and for oihor purposes. The Board of Trustee* oi Hamilton City do or BaOTMNI^1 l°From and after the passage of thla OrdinTnce. the City Treasurer shall set apart flftv nrr cent, of all money coming Into the (,ity TnJJSr tom Ik-raw, b.11 rent rad flora: and twentyflve per eent. of dl monej coming into ffho Cl tv Treasury from Uses on real and per •onM property, which -hall be known as the Salary and Contingent Fund. Sec 2 The City Treasurer shall make a re. port to the Board of Trustees on the first Mon day in each month, showing the amount of money received into the Citv Treasury for the month previous, the amount set apart to Mid Salary and Contingent Fund, the amount dis bursed, and the amount remaining in the Treas ■fc 3. All warrants for the payment of sal trie* and all warrants tor defraying the contin gent ’ expense* of the city, unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Trustees, shall hereafter be drawn upon the ‘Salary and Contingent Fund;* which warrants shall commence a new series, and be paid in the order of their registra tl<8«c 4. Thia Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after it* passage. Approved July 8.1870. P. EVERTS, President Board of Trustees. M. P. Ouambbru*, City Clerk. jyH-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; Sxcri' *.v 1. The offices of Street Commissioner and Jailer and Janitor are hereby abolished. Skc. 2. Ordinance No. 22, entitled ' An Ordi nance creating the office of Jailer and Janitor, and defining his duties, compenMtion, etc.,' ap proved January 81, 1870, and all Ordinances or parts of Ordinances defining tho duties of au<l prescribing compenMtion for Street Commis sioner, are hereby repealed. Sac. 3. This Ordinance shall tako effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 6, 1870. P. EyERTS, President Board of Trustees. M. P. Chaebbkum, City Clerk. jy8-14t Ordinance No. 40. An Ordinance Regulating the Salaries of Of ficers. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton OJty do or dain as follows: Section 1. The officers of Hamilton City shall receive the following compensation for their servioes—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 Treasurer shall receive a salary of nino hundred dollars per annum. The City Assessor shall re ceive a salary of six hundred dollars per annum. The Chief Euglnecr shall receive a salary of nine nunflred dollars per annum. The City Attoraey shall receive a salary of seventy-five dollars per month, and, in addition to such percentage ai is allowed him on delinquent taxes, shall receive five dollars for aach conviction for violation of Ordinances, provided that the same shall in all cases be collected from the party convicted, and in no cose to be a charge against the city. The City Clerk shall receive a salary of seventy-Cve dollars per month. Regular Policemen shall re ceive a salary of seventy-five dollars per mon h, and also two dollurs fer each arrest and convic tion, provided that the same shall in all cases he collected from te party convicted, and in no case to he a charge against the city. Bec. 2. Each of the above salaries shall be payable in legal ceiu of the United Mates, in equal monthly installments, on the first day of each and every month. Src.3. Ordinance No. 4, entitled ‘An Orli nance regulating the salaries of offices,’ approv ed April 10,1809, and Ordinance No. 10, entitled ' An Ordinance defining tho duties of City Attor ney,' approved April 18, 1889, and Section 7 of Ordinance No. 20, entitled ‘ An Ordinance regu lating a Fire Department of Hamilton City,' ap proved December 13, W69, and Section 4 of Ordi nance No. 35, entitled ‘ An Ordinance creating the office of City Attorney,'approved June 13, 1870, are hereby repealed. Bsc. 4. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 5, 1870. P. EVERTS. President Board ®f Trustees. M. P. CiiAMBBKUN, City deck. jyH-Ut Ordinance No. 41. An Ordinance regulating Licenses and License Tax hi Hamilton City. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City db or dain as follows; Saoriux 1. The Clerk Shall cause to be pre pared, at the expense of the city, printed forms of City Licenses, to be issued as bcnin provided. He shall nuinbor and sign the sam** and 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 wook, duly verified, showing the amount of licenses collected by him the previous week, the names of persons or firms to whom licensee have been issued, the amount paid by eac$. and the occupation or business for which suoh licenses were issued. Sic. t. All licenses herein provided for shall be payable in legal coin of the United States. Sic. 3. Every person or firm engaged in thv 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 dollars per quarter; and those making monthly sales amounting to more than five thousand dollars, twe nty dollars per quarter. Sec. 4. Every person or firm 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, flftoen dollars per quarter; and those whose monthly receipts are more than three thousand dollars, twenty-five dollars per quarter. Sic. 5. Every persou or firm engaged in the business of banking, dealers in exchange, geld and silver, stocks, or bullion, shall pay a license of fifty dollars per quarter. Sic. A. 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. Sao. 7. Each Telegraph Company doing busi ness in the city 4iall pay a license of fifty dol lars per quarter. Sic. 8. Every person, firm or company en gaged in the business of stock or real estate brokerage in buying and selling stocks or real estate, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. Sic. 9. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping a livery stable, or letting horses, wagons, carriages, or other animals or vehicles for hire, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. Shc. 10. Every person or firm engaged in the business of running 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 dollare per quarter. Sue. 11. Every person or firm engaged In the business of auctioneering shall pay a license of thirty dollars per quarter. Beo. 12. Every person or firm engaged in the business of carrying on a daguerroan or photo graphic gallery .shall pay a license of fifteen dol lars per quarter. Sec. 13. 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. Sec. 14. Every person or firm engaged in the business of sssaying any metals or ore, Rliall pay a license of twenty-five dollars per quarter. 8*o. 15. Every person or firm engaged in the business of manufacturing soda, cider, vinegar, sarsaparilla, or syrups of any kind, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. Skc. 16. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping or conducting any tavern, hotel, lodging house, chop house, or restaurant, •hall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. Sec. 17. Every person or firm engaged iu the business of keeping a bar or saloon, for retail ing any wines or liquors of any kind, in less quantities than one quart, shall pay a license of forty-five dollars per quarter. Sec. 18. Every person or firm engaged In the business of keeping a public bath boose, •hall pay a license of ten dollars per quarter. Sec. 19. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping or carrying on a shooting gallery, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. 8*c. 20. Every person or firm engaged in the business of keeping or conducting a public bak **7 for the manufacture of bread, pies or cakes, •hall pay a license of five dollars per quarter. B*c. 21. Every person or firm engaged in Keeping a laundry, where washing and ironing is done, shall pay a license of ten dollars per quarter. % EYeI7 Proprietor or keeper of a bil 55S •*•» P»y tor each table in use a license of ten dollars per quarter. it**P«rpr proprietor of a nine Sr;i5JS5 ^ bowling alley, shall pay a license of twenty dollars per quarter. ^*2: Ever* P°rson or firm engaged in the business of keeping or carrying on any brewery ^,ufactar?Jof l***r, malt or fermented quarto ^ w * llceMc of thlrty dollars per . *®d every Insurance company doingbosineaal n the city, shall j>ay a license of twenty-five dollars par quarter. 8*c. 26. Every person, firm or company en gaged in running slages and carrying passengers for hire, and having an office in the citv shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter 8*c. 27. Every person or firm engaged in the business of pawn broker, shall pay a license of forty dollars per quarter. 8*o. 28. Every person or firm engaged in the bnsiness of keeping a butcher shop or stall, for the retail of fresh meats, shall pay a license of fifteen dollars per quarter. 8*c. 29. Every traveling merchant, hawker, or peddler, who shall vend goods, wares, and mer chandise. shall pay a 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 such business, he shall pay a license of forty dollars per quarter. 8*c. 80. Every person, firm, company, mana ger, or lessee of any theater, engaged in the busl peas of giving theatrical performances or exhi. Orditumreg. bitlone of eerenaders, minstrels' eon—ft 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 bo granted for a less period than one month, five dollars for each performance or exhibition so given. 8*c. 81. Every person, firm, 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. 8*r. 32. Every person 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. 8eo. 38. Every person who shall carry on or conduct any of the businesses, trades, callings, or professions mention**! 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. 8kc. 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 Mfrried on in the same building, shop, stall, or stand, but not otherwise. Br.«\ 35. Ordinance No. 11, entitled* An Ordi nance providing for the assessing and collecting of revenue for Hamilton City,' approved April lfi, 18t■>',»; and Ordinance No. lfi, entitled * 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 •>, 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,’ approval September 13,1H»W, and all Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict with this Ordinance, are hereby repealed. Sec. 38. This Ordinance Bhall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 11, 1870. P. EVERT8, President of the Board. M. P. Chamuehun, City Clerk. Jyl4-14t Ordinance No. 42. An Ordinance Creating the Officos of City Re corder and City Surveyor. The Doard of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follows: Section 1. In addition to the offices already prescribed by law and ordinance, there shall l>e and is hereby created the offices of City Recorder and City Surveyor. Sec. 2. The City Recorder, before entering upon the diacharge of the duties of his office, shall give a bond, with two or more sufficient sun-ties, to be approved by the Board, in the sum of five thousand dollars; and the City Sur veyor shall give a like bond, In the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars. Each of the ti hkIh required by this Motion shall lie in like form and with like conditions as other bonds re quired of officers. Sec. 8. The City Recorder shall hold his Court, every day, at the Recorder’s office, in the City Hall, and shall be allowed a fee of four dol lars for each conviction: provided, that the same shall in all cases be collected from the party convicted, and in no case to be a charge against the city. 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 ooUeetod by him, after deducting the feet al lowed to officers; taking duplicate receipts there for—one of which he shall lile 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 fee# received by him and other officers therein. 8ec. 5. The City Surveyor shall keep a record of all surveys made by him, and report the same to the Board of Trustees on the first Monday of each month; and shall be permitted to charge not to exceed ten dollars per lot for fixing the boundaries for private owners; provided, tluit the same shall in no case be a charge against the city. Sec. fi. All ordinances or parts of ordinances, in conflict with this Ordinance, and all ordi nances heretofore passed providing any com pensation for either of said officers, are hereby repealed. Sec. 7. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 1H, 1870. P. EVERTS. President Board Trustees. M. P. Ciiambebi.in, City Clerk. jy20-14t Ordinance No. 43. An Ordinance Relating to Dogs. The Board of Trustees of HamilHm City do or dain as follows: Section 1. An animal tax, or license, of three dollars, on all male, and five dollars on all female dogs, in Hamilton City, over the age <*f one month, payable in legal coin of the United States, is hereby levied and directed to bo col lected. Sec. 2. The Marshal shall procure a suitable number of tags, which shall be numbered, and stamped with tbe 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 in Section 1 of this Ordinance. Bec. 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. 1*70. Sec. 3. Any person wishing to redeem 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 the Mondial the additional sum of two dollars for impounding the same. Bec. 5. All dogs impounded shall, unless sooner redeemed by the owner or claimant, be killed after the expiration of twenty-four hours, and interred or otherwise disposed of without the city limits. Bec. 6. The Marshal shall make a report to the Board of Trustees on Monday of each week for the week previous, which report shall show the number of tags sold; the names of 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 otherwise, ander this Onlinance, from the party paying the same, and shall keep a register dn his office showing tin above facts. He shall pay to tho Treasurer, on Saturday of each week, all money in bis handH from the sale of tags, after deducting his fees, as hereinafter allowed. Sec. 7. The Marshal, in addition to tbe extra fees received from those redeeming imponnded dogs, shall receive a fee of fifty cents for each tag sold and one dollar and fifty oents for each og killed. Sec. 8. Any person or persons who shall foage or counterfeit any tag or tags for the purpose of defrauding the city, shall be guilty of a misde meanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars, and may be imprisoned in tho City Jail not to exceed one day for each two dollars of snch fine. Bec. 9. Any person or persons who shall tie or otherwise attach any kettle, can, drum, box, or other substance, to the tail, leg, neck or body of any dog, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall 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 ef snch fine. Sec. 18. All money received into the Treasury under the provisions of this Ordinance shall lx kept In a separate fund, and under the control of the Board of Trustees. Sec. 11. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved July 18,1870. P. EVERTS, President of the Board. M. P. Chamberlin, City Clerk. Jy21-14t Ordinance No. 44. An Ordinance to Provide Water for Hamilton City. The Board of Trustees of Hamilton City do or dain as follows: Section 1. 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, and directed to be collected, for the purpose of providing water for said city for the year A. D. 1870. Sec. 2. The Assessor, In making out tho as sessment roll for the year A. D. 1870, shall add a separate column, showing the amount of the tax hereby levied, and the same shall bo collected In accordance with the provisions of Ordinance No. 37, and the same fees allowed to officers as m other cases of collection of city taxes. Sec. 3. All money received into the Treasury under the provisions of this Ordinance shall be set apart to and known as the Water Fund, and be under the control of the Board of Trustees. Bec. 4. This Ordlpance shall take effect aud be in force from the date of its passage. Approved July 18, 1870. P. EVERTS, President of the Board. M. P. Chamberlin, City Clerk. Jy21-14t KT O T X O ZE2 ! Notice is hereby given, to all whom It may concern : That the TannehlU Silver Mining Company, a corporation existing under the laws of New York, and engaged in the business of mining In Eureka Mining District, State of Nevada, Is the owner of, and lawfully entitled to, the possession of that certain tract of land situated in said District, county of Lan der, State aforesaid, adjoining the town of Eu reka, or Napias, on the south, and known and called the ‘McCOY SURVEY.’ The said prop erty was purchased by said corporation In Octo ber, 1863. and valuable improvements placed thereon, and continuously occupied and enjoyed by said corporation until the said McCoy relo cated the same In July, 1869. 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AT A MEETING OF THE UNION REPUB IJCAN Htate Central Committee, held at Virginia City, June 20,1870, it was Resolved, That a State Convention of the Na tional Union Republican Party 1m; held at Elko on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER TWENTY FIRST, 1870, to uominatc candidates for the fol lowing offices, to wit: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Representative in Congress, Justice of the Supreme Court, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer of State, Controller of State, Surveyor-General, Superintendent of Public In struction, Stab* 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 be entitled to one Delegate at large, one for each one hundred (100) votes, and one for each frac tion over fifty (50) cast for the Republican Presi dential Electors at the election of 1868. On motion, Resolved, That we recommend to the several County Central Committees tliat the Primary Election of Delegates to both State and County Conventions be held on the 15th day of September, 1870. and that at said election one delegation 1m* elecb-d to the State 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 citizen of the United States and State of Nevada; he shall at the time of voting at the Primaries be a qualified elector and registered voter of the pre cinct In which he offers to vote; he shall have voted the Union Republican ticket, Stab; and National, at the general election of November, A. D. 1868, or would have done so had it been itoouible to vote; he shall solemnly pledge him self b> vote for the nominees of the Union Re publican party at the general election in Novem ber, A. D. 1870. Resolved, That we recommend to the several County Central Committees, that on the day of the Primary Election for Delegates to the sev eral Conventions, the people be requested to ex press their preferenc e for tho candidates for the several offices, State and County, by a direct vote. Delegates are apportioned to the several coun ties as follows^ Churchill.2 Nye.4 Doughw. 4 Ormsby.6 Esmeralda.4 Storey.24 Humboldt.4 Washoe.10 Lyon.6 Elko.8 Lander.H White Pine.10 Lincoln.9 _ Total.95 N. A. H. BALL. Chairman Nevada Stab; Central Committee Na tional Union Republican Party. )*98-td C. C. Uattkrmak, Secretary ^PlJlirations for Patent. Application jFor Patent. NOTICK NO. 77. Bkoihtkv'h Omc*, | ArsTlN, Nevada. April 28th, 1870.1 Notice is hereby given, that the Mukwonago Mining Company has this day filed in this office a diagram, together with a uotice of Application for Patent from the United States, under Act of Congress approved July 20th. i860, for Eight Hundred feet of the Golden Lode, known as the Mukwonago Muting Company's claim, situated in the White Pine Mining District, White Pine County, Nevada, and more particularly described as follows: Be ginning at a point whence the southeast corner of the survey made for the Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, on the Aurora Lode bears B. 11* degrees W.300 feet, thence running N. 11* degrees E. 300 feet: thence B. 78* de gree* E. HUO feet; theuce B. 11* degree* W. 300 foot, and thence N. 78* degrees W. 800 feet to the place of beginning, and containing Five Acres and flfty-one one-hundredths of an Acre (5 51-100 acres) of Land, embracing said lode, and one hundred feet on each side thereof. Said claim is bounded on the west by the Aurora Con solidated Silver Mining Company. Aurora Lode. GEORGE T. TERRY, maS-OOd* Register. Application for Patent. NOTICE NO. TO. Rkoisthu’s Office, 1 Austin, Nevada, April 28, 1870.1 N'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Mukwonago Mining Company has this duy filed In this office a diagram, together with a notice of Application for Patent from the United states, under Act of Congress approved July 20th, 18*50, for Eight Hundred Feet of the Mount Vernon Lode, known an the Mukwonago Mining Company's claim* situated in the White Pine Mining District, White Pine County, Nevada, aad more particularly described as follows. Be ginning at the southeast comer of the survey made for the Aurora Consolidate Silver Miuiag Company, on the Aurora Lode, the same Ixdng the northeast comer of the survey made for the South Aurora Silver Mining Company, thence running N. 11* degrees F-. 300 feet; thence 8. 78* degrees E. 800 feet; thence 8. 11* degrees W. 300 feet, and thence N. 78* degrees W. 800 feet to the place of beginning, and containing Five Acres and fifty-one oue-lmndredths of an Acre (5 51-100 acres) of Land, embracing said lode, and one hundred f«*et on each side thereof. Said claim is bounded on the weat by the Aurora Consolidated Silver Mining Company, Aurora Lode. GEORGE T. TERRY, ma3-90d* Register. U. S. Patents for Mines! F. TACLIABUE, CIVIL ENGINEER aud SURVEYOR Office at the Mining Recorder’s, Main Street, Treasure City. PARTIES WISHING PATENTS FOR MINES In White Pine County, can procure the name at the shortest notice, and on tin* moat reasona ble terms,by applying as above. Orders left with Col. Sabin, in tin Mining Recorder's office, at Treasure City, or at The Whit. Pine News office in Hamilton, will receive prompt attention. ap2H>tf Delinquent Tax List. [Proceeds of Mine*.] State or Xevada, County or Wirrrr. Pine, I District Attorney's Office. ) \ronCB OF SUITS COMMENCED: To the IN following named defendants and to all own ers of, or claimants to the mines or mining claims hereinafter described, known or un known: You ore hereby notified that suits have been commenced in the Justioo 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 owuers of or claimants to the same, known or unknown, to recover the tax and de linquency assessed to said defendants, against the proceeds of said property for the quarter year commencing the 1st day of October, A. I>. 1869, and ending the 31st day of December, A. I). 1869, 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. I). 1870, judgment will be taken against you and the mine or mining c laim herein do* scribed for the amount of tax and delinquency specified and costs of suit: Keller mine, tax and i>oreentage $3 GO. Mahogany mine, situated in Mahogany can yon; tax and percentage 5 99. Milton mine, tax and percentage 1 19. Minnetta mine, containing GO feet; tax 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 Hat; tax and percentage 31 82. Joe Potts mine, containing 1800 feet, about loo feet west of Itico Tollhouse; tax and percentage 8 78. Zubric mine, containing 600 feet, on Chloride Flat; tax and percentage 22 94. Sagebrush mine, 1,000 fe«-t, Treasure Hill, near Posthole; tax and percentage 33 10. Sangamon mine, containing 1000 feet; tax and percentage 96 99. Caroline mine, containing 1200 feet; tax aud pe rcentage 12 62. Posthole mine, containing 600 feet, located on Chloride Flat; tax and percentage 73 64. Colleen Dawn mine, located on Dromide Flat: tax and percentage 13 '21. Charles k Theresa mine, 1000 on Iceberg Flat; tax and percentage *29 G4. El Dorado mine; tax and percentage 16 04. Domingo Ledge k Co. or mine, containing 800 feet; tax and percentage 162 16. Farewell mine, containing 1600 feet; tax and percentage 2 72. Gelkey mine; tax and percentage 16 12. Hartwell Ledge k Co, containing 1400 feet; about one mile northwest Hamilton and east Bullion Hill; tax and percentage 21 57. Howard mine A Co, coutaiiiing 800 feet; tax and percentage 1 57. The Beutln Cortes mine; tax and percentage 2 80. Block Thprn mine; tax and percentage 1 50. John Steele-; tax and percentage 2 78. Broom Ranger mine; tax and percentage 9 70. (Thihuahua Company; tax aud percentage 14 65. E. J. Drown mine; tux and percentage 2 65, Seymour No. 10 mine, Chloride Flat; tax and percentage 67 46. Sierra Pascoc mine, containing 1000 feet, on Treasure Hill: tax and percentage 1 30. Josephine mine; tux 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 Pino County, Nevada, 1 June 28. a.D. 1870. | F. H. KENNEDY, District Attorney White Pine Cnunty, Nev. EDWARD IRWIN, Sheriff White Pine County, Nev. By Jho. H. SiiKhMiKii, Deputy Sheriff. je29-oaw4w maSO TO THE UNFORTUNATE. New Remedies! New Remedies! DR. GIBBON’S DISPENSARY, ■\T0. 023 KEARNY STREET, COIU i. v NER Commercial, Haii Francisco. Private entrance on Commercial street. Established in 18A4, for the treatment|^Rwi of Bcxual and Heminal Disease, such usaSiwfiff Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Kyphillis, in all Us forms; Heminal Weakness, Impotency, etc., etc. Skin diseases of years standing, and Ulcerated Legs, etc., successfully treated. Seminal Weakness. Heminal emission is the consequence of self abuse. This 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 morbid symptoms, unless combated by scientific medical measures, viz: Hallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves or rattling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused yision, blunted Intellect, loss of confidence, diffi dence in approaching strangers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss of memory, pimples and various eruptions about the face, hectic flushes, furred tongue, betid breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania and frequently in sanity. If relief be not obtained, you should apply immediately, either in person or by letter, and have a curs effected by his new and scientific mode of treating this disease, whic h never falls of effecting a quick and radical cure. Dr. G. will give one hundred dollars to any person who will prove, satisfactorily to him, that h« was cured of this complaint bv either of the Han Francisco quacks. • Cared at Home. Persons at a distance may l>e OITRED AT HOME, by addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, symptoms, length of time the discos** has continued, and have medicine promptly forwurd<>d, free from damage and cu riosity, to any part of the Country, with full and plain directions for use, by enclosing flfi in cur rency, or fin in coiu, in a registered letter through the Postoffice, or through Wells, Fargo k Co. A package of medicine will be forwarded by Express to any part of the Union. Persons writing to the Doctor will please state the name of the paper they seo this advertise ment in. All communications strictly confidential. Address, Dlt. J. F. GIBBON, Jfl4-flw Box M2, Ban Franclsoo, California. OFFICE OF THE •y This establishment Is supplied with a lar^e assortment of newest styles of Typo, Bor den, Ornaments, Cards, Assorted Paper, and all the MODERN MACHINERY Employed In the propor execution of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING! Best of Job Presses. FINEST, LATEST STYLES OF Plain and Ornamental Type, For any kind of work, such a* Posters, Play Bills, Circulars, Checks, Tags, Certificates of Stock, Blank Books, Receipts, Notes, Etc. CARDS, Of all sizes, shades and shapes, in plain black or in any or all the colors of the Rainbow. THE PIONEER PAPER OF WHITE PINE, PUDUSBINa ALL TIIE TELEGRAPH NEWS, and a general news summary in every issue—besides our sik.ic laity— Hvory Sirnday, A MINING REVIEW, furnishing a complete account of the condition of the mines in this Diatrict—condition of the works; late developments; amount of ore for the woes; yield of ore worked; proposed changes; also, condition and prospect of outside claims, and other matter* of interest to owners and tho general public. BOOK BINDING! Persons wishing Blank Books printed will not be under the necessity of sending to San Fran oesoo for this character of work, as we are pre pared to execute such work in a good style, and at reasonable prises. *W,«<iurnt Sales. i;EATUKK8TONE mining compa. 1' N Y.—Location of Works: White Pino Min ing District, White Pine County, Htate of Ne vada. - Notice. — There are delinquent upon the following-described stock, on account of assessment levied on the 14th day of June, A. D. 1870, the several amounts Bet opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol low* : No. of No. of Names. Certificate. Shares. Ain’t. Breed W J (balance).3.3.fflo.. Dorsey KB.28.100.20.. Dorsey K B.30.100.20.. Dorsey E B.32.100.20.. Dougherty B, Trustee..loo .100.20.. Hill A E. Trustee.94.100.20.. Hill A E, Trustee.95.100.20.. Hill A E, Trustee.96.100.20.. Hill A E. Trustee.97.,.100.20.. McDonald M J.35.500.100.. McDonald M J.45.10.2.. Palmer Mrs E W.57.10.2.. And In accordance with law, and an order of the Hoard of Trustees, made on the 14th day of June, A. D. 1870, so many shares of each parcel of said stock bh may bo necessary will M aoftd ut public auction, by John Middleton k Hon, Auctioneers, No. 310 Montgomery street, Han Francisco, California, on THURSDAY, the ELEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1870, st the hour of 12 o’clock m. of said day, to pay Mild delinquent assessments thereon, togsthor with costs of advertising and expenses or sale. DAVID T. BAGLKY, Secretary Office: No. 401 California street, Han Francisco, California. Jy2*-td 1 AT A WAN A MIMNO COMPANY. — j Assessment No. ‘2, loviiit June 2, 1h70. De linquents, unpaid up to 7th July, 1870, noon: »ty f |? &l Stockholders. f § P 9 5°* ** S : fto * Z? : 8 L> M Howner..'.6.90.....’.$3.60 D M Hosmer.7.90.3.00 D M Upsmeft..M.20.3.00 hi M Hosmer.10.90.3.00 D M Hosmer.22.214.171.124 1) M Hosmer,Trusted 50... .1000.150.00 I) M Hosmer,TnisteelSt.10.1.30 1) M Hosnier,Trustee 126.96.36.199 I) M Hosmer,Trusteel53.104.15.00 Richard Savage.20.50... $2.50.5.00 Richard Savage.104 - 300. ... ..45.00 Richard Savage.199.100.15.00 S A Post.188.8.131.52 8 K lltdcombe.... 127.10.1.50 M M Baldwin.114 .10.50.100 M M Baldwiu.149.490. ...24.50. ...49.00 Richard H Savage...184.108.40.206 P Conklin.104.400 60.00 R Caulfield.128.40.6.00 D Walker, M D.120.*20.3.00 A E Everett.134.100.15.00 A E Everett.220.127.116.11 William Krug.137.50 7.50 William Krug.18.104.22.168 Will Krug, Trustee.. 167.100.15.00 Wm Krug, Trustee.. 197.227.34.03 Wiu Krug, Trustee.. 198.400 60.00 John Clement.22.214.171.124 A Martinon, Trusteeing... .4249.637.20 Charles C Bowman . .155.500 75.00 L 1> Simpson.157.05.14.25 E B Wilder.161.... 1000.150.00 R Cohn.170.100.15.00 CH Burton.1H0.326.40.20 Bolts A Wise.175.800.120.00 C F MoBermot.170.1(M).13.00 S He7denf1l.lt.1H1.300 ...15.00....80.00 j ,s;).07J.ioo.it> CTn«'^ll""!t°"'| •»“.100.15.00 a‘TrJ^i^°U' I "*J.10n.15111 ChuiJWeliiuKtou, j jo] ^ 100.18.00 T Aroud Charreard. .105.KKI.15.00 HE Doran .200.2i)0.30.00 QTrusteeF >rHythi .WO.90.00 18,338 $7t JO $2673.20 MaifOKJiKntrM.—July 7. ik7o. Collected from Drlnkhouse, on shares 366, $64.90 •• •* Conklin. “ 213. 31 95 •* •• Southwell, " 65, 9.75 Jyl'l A MARTINON, Secretary. / \PKICK OP Till: NI\Klt\l, CITY " / (t-dd and Silver Mining and Milling Com pany, No. 420 Montgomery street, City and County of San Francisco, State of California — Ds-aiion of Works: Robinson Mining District, County of White Pine, ami State uf Nevada.— Notice. There an- delinquent, upon the follow ing-described stock. on account <*f assessment levied on the 24lh day of May, ImTO. tire several amounts set opposite the names of the respect ive shareholders, as follows: Named. No.uert. no.hu. Am t. limnnau 8.H7.SO.. $50.00 llramiau 8.104.10.. . 10.00 Mnllltou WJL.2 ... 1150.. 1350.00 Moulton WJL.hi.f>o_60 00 Moulton W .1 I.82.30. ...20 in) Moulton W J I.h;i.5 _6.00 Moulton WJL.100.35 _95.00 Hicks John N.17.5.5.00 Hicks John N.1H.5.5.00 Hicks John N.19...5.5.00 Hlckd John N.30.6.5.00 Hlckd John N.21.5.5.00 Hlckd John N.23.5.5.00 Hlckd John N.20.6.. . 5.00 Hickx John N.34.in... .10.00 Hlckd John N.25.10_10.00 Hicks John N.20.lo... .10.00 IlirkH John N. 27.10_10.00 IlirkH John N.2*.10.. . 10.00 Hlckd John N.30.20_30 00 Hicka John N .00.'20. . .30.00 Hlckd John N.7fl_loon. looo.oo Hlckd John N.77. loo. .100.00 lAinb George W.82. 3... 6.00 Lamb George W.33.5.5.00 lAnib George W.84.5.6.00 iAtub George W . ilft.6.5.00 lAinb Giiirge W.30.......5.5.00 Umh George W.87.5.ft.no Lamb George W.:w .5.5.00 lAinb George W.:i9.5.5.00 lAinb George W.40. 5.. 6.00 Lamb George W.41.5.3.00 I .uni b (leorge W.42.5.5.00 Lamb George W.48.5.5.00 fAinb George W.44.5.5.00 iAiub George w.45.io... .lo.oo IAinb George W.40.10_10.00 lAinb George W.47.10_10.00 Lamb George W.4H.10....10.00 lAinb George W.4'.».10. ...10.00 iAtnb George W.50.10.... 10.00 IaiiiI) George W.61.10....10.00 iAIub George W.52.10_10.00 Lamb George W.68.10.... 10.00 Lamb George W.54.10 ...10.00 iAnib George W.60.30....30.00 I Ain b George W.57.30 _30.00 Lamb George W.58.'20 ...30.00 Lamb George W.79_ 3000. .9000.00 Lamb George W.HO... 300 300.00 Wells Wm V.Kft.60_60.00 Wells Wm V’.10ft.25 . 25.00 Knox D E.108... .3640. .8040.00 Knox D E.103.... 1300.. 1300.00 Badlstn A Jr.101.26.. .26.00 Ami in accordance with law, ami an order of the Board "f Tiuataaa, made on tin 34th 'lay of May, 1H70, ho many dharcs of each parcel of Hahl stock as may t»e necedHary will 1h> Hold at nublic auction at the house of Maurice Dorc m Go., No. 327 Montgomery street, Han Frtnclaoo, Htate of California, on the TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF JULY, 1H70, at the hour of 1 o’clock p. in. of said day, to pay Kidd delinquent aHMeHsment thereon, together with eodta of advertising and exiH-uses of tliu Hale. A. BADLAM, Hecretary. Office: At No. 430 Montgomery street, City and County of Han Francisco, Htate of California, jyll-td Summons. |N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE NINTH 1 Judicial District of the State of Nevada, iu and for the County of Lincoln. The State "f fiends to John H. Phillipe, greeting: You ar<- hen bf required t-- appear in an action commenced against you, aa defendant, by I,aura E. Phillips, aa plaintiff, in the District Court of the Ninth Judicial District, In and fur the County of Lincoln, Stato Of Nevada, at Hlko, and anaw« r the complaint therein (which la on file with the Clerk of said Court), within ten daya after service upon you of this Hiimniona (exclusive of the day of service), if served in said County of Lincoln, or twenty days if served out of aaid County, but in the Ninth Ju dicial Diatriet of the State of Nevada, or forty days if served out of said Diatriet, hut withiu the State, or Judgment 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 Huid Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between you and plaintiff, on the grounds of your failure for the term of two yearn 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 towurd plaintiff on your part—as set 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 tills action. Given under my hand ami the seal of the said Court, this Hth day of July, A. D. 1N70. JNO. D. OORIN, [Heal.] Clerk of the District Court, Ninth Judicial District. Nevada. [50-Cent Nevada State Revenue Stamp.] Jyl3-law5w POST-OFFICE BOOKSTORE, HnutlUon, Nevada, RUSSELL BROTHERS, - DEALKBR IN - Books, Stationery, Magazines, Newspapers, Variety Cooda, Cigars and Tobacco. RUHSEIX BROTHERS ABB special agents at White Pine for the California and Nevada Dally any Weekly Newspapers. «^Subscriptions received, and subscribers In Hamilton and Treasure City served with papers immediately after arrival of Express, every day. The PoatofUee Circulating Library I BIT New books sdded from time to time. "Vi Jyfl-tf RDFMBUSINESS CARDS. Assessment Notices. / \FFICR OF TBB flirvien v.. I I Tunnel end Mining Ownw»u7?!5 V*,?,/F work* : White Pin,* Mimim itiutli, ♦ "t county, State of N. vada.-NoUc^H hl-n'h- t*'«1>lnp that at u meeting of the TruiumT ..f Hb^,gl,v‘‘u' pmiy, held .... tl„. doth d.,™ 15.°^“ d c™> an (MMesajuent of A- "m 1#7o, Five (.1) Cents per share Was levied Upon the capital Stuck .... „ puny, payable Immediately, i„ gold cotii, to the Secretary at t>„. m 8t*tes Company, Boom No. TVHay ward? h n..th’ 4P.I California street, Han FrandtaJ? li,!'11"8' Any slock upon whic h said aswsaSfm"!^'*■ remain unpaid on THURSDAY *1 K*>*H fifth (isth) HAY orTjLYir ,rnK!!V shall be deemed delinquent, and I810 advertised for sale at public anJJu *** **» dulX less payment shall Is mad,. befbm “won11’ u!'‘ on THHltHDAY, the FIFTEENTH* OF SEPTEMBER, A. U. 1B70, to ™i'JJP1 “*» quent aMm*aamont, together with .» d,,i,‘ advertising and expenViTof SS! cosU «* Office: Itoccni No'1 California street, ^nTrlZZ' ST**™ VOONIMY BII.VKH IN PANY.-Location „f Works wfi.C<PI‘ Mining District, White Pino Siunty' hL.P Nevada.- Notice to hstoihy give* Uia?2* lug Of the Trust.es tf sul" (■onnie.. 1|*,T'‘ the 20,1, day of July, A. lb iSi^VSSLT mellt of Assess. Twenty I AO) Cents per Bh.r. Was levied upon the capital stock of r„„ pany, pay able Immediately, In Pulw a ?' gold coin, to the Secretary,5» «K <?,“'* Company, Room 21, Hayward's Hull,line l,,2 OalllcirnU strecd, Han Franclaco CaiSL.P* Any stock upon wldc-h said assessment i ll? *' multi nnpahl on the TWKNTY-FontTH HAY OF At'Ol'HT, 1S70, shall he d'eamd," lluquant, and will he duly advertised11}!? ?f" ut nubile auv,ten and, unlJm, p made liefora. will lie sold nn Tl'IiHiitv THIRTEENTH HAY OK HKPTKMUER 'hP? U, pay thedellnqnent assessment. together ,7th costs of Advertising and aipcnam of the sLc ° CIIAH. E. ELLIOT Office: Room 21, Hayward'S Buildup",‘2i foruis Mtrwet, Hsu Kranri*co, Calif,>rni» UUI jy‘24td Notice of annknnmkvt. _ nv MCE of tho Aurora Cmuailldafod Hi I Vir Mining Company. Locallon of work, *i!„[ w»« Mining IHatrht, County of White Pin.. ami Htate of »«vaUa.-»Btli« I. hernhy g,™ ’ at a me ting of the Tru-tiaa of hold on tho 1th day of July, ib7u, ai XX meut (Ko. 51 of “““■ Five Dollnra (*J) Per share waa levied upon the capital atovk of aald Com patiy, payable Immediately. In United But,, gold colli, to the Her rotary, at the oSce of the Company. No. O» California etnet (Boom SI, Ban Franelaeo, California. Any atoek uia>n which aald aeaemmeut ahall remain unpaid on the loth day of Auguat, UTTO, ahall la, deemed delinquent and will be duly advertlaed for aale at nubile auction, and uuhea payment ahall lai made be fore, will be aold on the FIltHT 1>AY UF HFP TKMlth.lt, 1M71). to pay the delinquent *-• ■ UII ment. together with coate of advertieiug and ei penaea of the aale. By order of the Board Trustees. (Higned) M. ATWOOD, HeorHarT Dffloe: At No. 410 California street (ItonmsV Han Francisco, Caliioruia. Jyll-til ' JENNIE A. CONNOIjIDATKD MINING COMPANY White Pins District, Nevada — Notice is hereby given that at s tun-ting of the liosrd of Trustees of ssid Company, held nut « 80th dsy of June, 1H70, su assessment of This (IOi Cents Per Nhsre was levied upon the capital stock of said com. psnv, payable immediately, in United Rtates gold and silver coin, to the Pecretary. Any stock uj>ou which ssid assessment shall remain unpaid ou the 25th dsy of July, 1H7C, Mhsil be dc« mad delinquent, sud will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and, unless payment hIiaJI bo made beforo, will be sold on MONDAY, the 15th day of August. l*7n, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costa of adver tlsing and expenses of sale. Hy order of the B«>ard of Trustees. J. M. HUFFINGTON, Hemtary. Office: M7 New Merchant's Exchange, California street. Han Francisco, Cal. j.v2-td I;VKNIN« NTAIt SO. I NII.VKIl i MINING COMPANY I.oeatten of Work*: White Pine county, Htate of Nevada. Notice is hi reby given that, at a meeting of the Ifctanl of Trusti-es of said Company, held on the 1st day of June, 1M70. an assessment of Five (5) Cents per share was levied upon the caidtai stock of said Com pany, payable Immediately, in Uuitod Htst.s gold coin, Ui the Herretary. nt the office of the Company, Itooui 5, No. 808 Montgomery street, i Kan Francisco, (California. Any stork uim.u which said assessment sliall remain unpaid on HATtKDAY, the SECOND DAY OF JULY, 1W70. shall donated delinquent. Slid will Is* duly advertised for sale at public suction, and unless payment shall In made before will bo sold on Monday, the twenty fifth day of JULY, 1H70, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and ex]»en*-* i of sale. liy order of the Hoard of Trustee*. WM II WATHON. Secretary. Office: Hoorn 5. No. >08 Montgomery street, Hsti Francisco, California. JoMd POSTPONEMENT. Th. day for .teeming stock tin the above asM-ssim nt delinqceut Is hereby postponed until MONDAY, the FIRST DAY OF At'OCHT, 1970, and the sale thereof until WEDNESDAY, the TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF AFOrHT, 1870. By order of the B-t-l of Truste«-s. J>*«d WM. II W ATnoN, Secretary. nOOOMP FLAT NILVKIl MINING I Company.—Location of Works: White Pine, Nevada.--Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Trustee* of said Coin jtany, held on the 1st day of June, 1H7U, an assessment of Three (31 Cents Per Share was levied upon the capital stock of said com pany, payable immediately, in United Hub s gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company. No. 1 Express building, northeast comer Montgomery and California streets, Han Francisco, California. Any stork upon which said assessment sl id! remain unpaid on the ‘JJd day of July, 1*70, shall be deemed delin quent, uud will be duly advertised for sal* nt public auction, and unless payment shall l*» made before, will !*• sold on Monday, the 9th day of August, 1*70, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costa of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the board of Truateaa. T. J. OWENS, Secretary. Office: No. 1 Express building, northeast corner Montgomery and California street*, Han Fran cisco, California. Jc'JOt-l £iwy nml /ml fttkltil. Fourth Btroot LIVERY & SALE STABLE, l'Jfl Fourth st., bet. Mission and Howard, San Francisco, Cal., A. J. FKANCTH.Proprietor. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. BOARD EH H kept 111 the best style. First-class Double Teams, Mingle Teams and .Saddle Horses. Jylft-liu te YOST 4 00. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, fill Ivor* Park, Nov. rfBE PROPRIKTORH BEO LEAVE TO IN X FORM tho traveling puhlic that they aro now prepared to furnish stable room for any amount of stock, on the most reasonable term*. The best of gnsjuisiiien at this establishment. STOCK RANCHED, at reasonable rates, by the day, week or month. Jo3(Mni TREASURE CITY LIVERY STABLE. E. MEYER, rpHE ORIGINAL LIVERY AND HALE BTA 1 BLE proprietor, Treasure Street, Treasure City, is still holding out at the old stand, and has elegant turnouts, horses, buggies, wagons, and si I outfitting* pertaining to A HANDSOME TURNOUT. Hti»ek taken for keeping, by tho week, day or month, at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Outfits for Prospectors and Excursionists fur nished on private terms. Tlxo Boat Stork, at the lowest prices, Is the effort of this estab lishment. Jyfl-tf K. MEYER. JIM MILLER <Jte OC). Lirery, saie, mo s uoanune me, Jy7-tf Cor. Treasure anil Dunn streets. FOR SALE c-hkapi'-A Dwelling-lions* In Treasure City. Inquire at this office. maW-tf