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WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS.
Sunday, August^ 7, 1870. local Intelligence. tlTOI KIIOI.UKUN UIHKCTOKY. *4B,,SSUKNTS I.KV1E1I I NCA 1> ON WSUTi nvr. Mix kw. Nama uf Mint. \Lttitd.\Ptr fhr\r<tlinqt\ fair. Kven'K Htsr.Nul Apr...4 .05 Aug. 1 Auk-44 Featherstone.. Juu. 14 .20 July 20 Auk, 11 Pngoulp Flat.... Juu. 15 .08 July 2:i Auk. 8 Ji-uuii' A. Cuu-ol. Juu. 20 .10 July 25 Auk. 16 Aurora Conaoh'd July 71 5.00 Aug. 10 Supt. 1 Nuouday. July20! .20 Auk. 24 ttept.U Hlivar Vault . . July20| .<a AuK.26|«opt.l5 OUR MININO REVIEW For (hr Work eliding August «. Hindi our last, a marked chunge ha« taken place in the development of mines ill ami around Treasure City. The im provement in feeling is very great, and the impetus appears to have an honest and legitimate origin, assisted but very slightly by outside espital, and relying in the main on the rejuvenated energy of the mine owners themselves. If we can build up a successful era of milling on such a basis, the natural association of interest which blends our free ore devel opments with those of the base metal rango, will Boon prodneo a degree of sta hlo prosperity, and alter the character, appearance and business prospects of White Pine, There is no denying that • grass is mighty short ’ here st the pres ent writing. We all know that the causes therefor sre not of s local and in superable nature. We all know, further, that we have a vast and inenhanstlble amount of wealth in onr hills, which, under proper and Intelligent action, would bring plenty and prosperity. We have never ceased in these columns to iterate and reiterate these conditions at facts; snd yet when we consider that the District is yet young, and that it hat only gone, or is going, through the tame vicissitudes of fortune that invariably attend new regions, whether they Ik mining or agricultural, we cannot but cherish the certainty that we shall, sooner or later, emerge ont of the ' woods.' This certainty is doubly as sured by the operations now going on in the free ore range, and the enterprises on foot to resuscitate our base metal mines. One is the handmaid of thn other, and the success of either must necessarily influence for the better every branch of industry and source of wealth. All the leading mines on the Hill are in active propagation, and what ib mate rial to the realisation of the truth of the opinions we have laid down, is the fact that in every instance a progression of work has resulted in a progression of favorable appearance in the mines. Within the past week some astonishing developments have been made in the vi cinity of the Silver Wedge, the Silver Wave and tuat Hones of mines me lodges of which trend in an easterly and west erly direction from the main thorough fare of Treasure City. In the former mine wo arc not slone greeted with indi cations, but with concrete actualities, and a class of ore is being exposed not only rich i#r .w, but carrying with it the indubitable evidences of an extensive sub-stratum of wealth, which only re quires time and energy to turn it to per manent and splendid account. The ever-reliable South Aurora, tbo crown jewel in the diadem that covers the brow of our naturally favored Dis trict, continues to pour her exhaustless wealth into the lap of industry and well directed capital. The shipments of tine bullion from this pre-eminent mine are as regular and as Certain as the move ments of our planet. Without noise, it sends forth from its mountain of hidden treasure about one-half of the entire tine bullion shipment of White Pine. And yet no man of experience no man whoso opinion is of value—will hesitate to affirm that there ate a large number of South Auroras within the radius of a circle of half a mile of the Autnrau pit. Original Hidden Treasure is looking well generally, and from this time will ship first and second class ore to the mills. The Eberhardt is still in abeyance to red-tape or something in the ‘ slow coach ’ line. We are assured, however, that they only await the |>erfectiug of their patent, in order to commence ope rations on a large scale. Other mines, such as the Iceberg, the Glacier, etc., are coming into active notoriety, and show hopefully. We can not say much for the llase llange, generally, that would niter the ' situation * in which wo left it in our last report. The mines are there in abundance, but the developing energy, on a scale which their importance would so eminently justify, is not as extensive as we could wish. We have, in the past two days, seen some very desirable ore from the Argentine, and in saying that such ore, if properly and expeditiously converted into money,is abundant enough to turn White Pine into a healthy hive of profitable industry, is to cover the entire ground. What we call, as a class, the Elko ores arc predominant from the westerly elope of Treasure Hill to White Pine Mountain. It exists in vast bodies nnd underlies, at variable depths, a zone of argentiferous country equal to at least five square miles. With the reduction works here that the merits of our re sources would justify, all this vast ex tent of partially dominant wealth would become active. Ana tnis Mings us 10 tuo subject oi enterprises for the speedy convertibility of onr ores end metals into cash. Gov ernor Matteson is pushing his (rec tions along with commendable activity. He is also using great prudence and business judgment in arriving at the ultimate ob iect of his undertaking, and will, when his works have l>oon oomph ted. have within his own control, and under his own manipulation, every branch of pro ductive aeeessories necessary to the ena bling of him to cause the crude material to furnish the capital for its own con version and ultimate transmutation into the commodity which moves everything. But what can we say about the efforts made by a few of our citizens to rouse the business men of this community into taking an active interest in the movement to establish a company to erect separating works here to meet the full capncity of our mines and furnaces. The latter do not or will uot compre hend the pre-eminent importance of the subject, and, with one or two exceptions, evince about as much energy in pushing it ahead as au oyster would in getting out of the way of a pair of tongs. They have yet time to redeem themselves, and help to inaugurate a system of reduction enterprises which will some dav he the pride of Eastern Nevada. Whether they will put their shoulders to the wheel or not, we have our own opinion; hut we do know that they are letting time and opportunity slip which they will yet regret and of which some of them perhaps are uot de serving. They seem to be willing that others should War all the responsibility, whilst they themselves preserve a * mas terly inactivity.' This may make occa sional successful office seekers, but it will never turn a mining region from a state of inanition into one of active and successful well-being. From the outside Districts we may add Freiberg, from which we may expect to increase our bullion shipments in a abort time. Owners of mines in this district are vigorously at work in developing them. It is rumored that D. E. Duel intends putting up a mill in this district; if such is the case, we shall soon be able I ■ 4 . to iihcerUin the extent and rich urns o! | the le\ '* of Freiberg. We v pact to hear good result a from | Robinson District as soon as the furnaces ; are completed. At Monte Chiisto the Stetefeldt fnr I naco is nearly completed nml will shortly j commence operations. \\c give the result of a quarter's run of two of our leading mines, ns shown by ' the Assessor's books: South Aurora—2,833 tuns worked; av erage value per tan. $47.29; total value. $133,982.67. Original Hidden Treasure—2,472 tuns worked; average value per tun, $18 31; total value, $119,425.27. The amount of bullion shipped by Wells, Fargo ,V Co., for the week, was $51,496.91—$39,138.80 to Sun Francisco, and $12,368.11 to New York. The El Dorado and Black Cloud mines are constantly being worked by their owners, and are lookiug remarkably well. These mines are located on Treasure Hill. Fobt Mattkso*.—Governor Matteson raised his flagstaff yesterday nt his works, where we had the pleasure of meeting several gentlemen under the Stars and Stripes, floating at its top. It being the first flag hoisted over the sagebrush of this side of Momnuioke mountain, re freshments were on hand, and all pres ent were invited to participate in the in auguration of tho great works. Speeches were made by gentlemen of the bar, wishing the Governor success in his un dertaking, in which we are all interested. Iu some future issue we shall describe the works in contemplation fully. Now they look like preparations for a huge fortification, with its immense embank ments and excavations, ditches, walls, etc., in process df construction. Tbeahi'iik: II. A L. Co., No. 1.—At the semi-annual meeting of this Company, held on the evening of the 5th inst., the following officers were elected to serve during the ensuing six months: Presi dent, James Clancy; Foreman, George S. Smith; First Assistant Foreman, If. Mul cnby; Second Assistant Foreman, Alex. Korn; Hecretary, Louis Solomon; Treas urer, E. J. Cowley; Trustees, Jno. L. Hale, Levi Smith and M. Galinger. Has. Til oh. Fitch desires to notify his many friends at Treasure and Sher mantown, that in consequence of the numerous engagements in the several couuties of the State, he will bo com pelled to leave hero to-day, and will bo unable to addreas them on this occasion. He will return in about four weeks, when he will address the citizens of Treasure and Shennantowu on the topics and po litical issues of the day. Religious Notice.—Rt. Rov. O. W. Whitaker, Missionary Bishop of Nevada, is now on a visit to Hamilton, and will hold services of the Episcopal Church this morning, at 11 o’clock, at tho City Hall, and at Treasure City at half past 7 o’clock in the evening, at Broker's Hall. It is hoped that there will he a full attendance on each occasion. Tiik Only Fresh Shell Oysters in Hamilton, are to be found at Byrne's old stand, in Pern’s Saloon. Main st. Also, Pigs Feet, Sheeps Tongues, and everything else that ’» good to eat. Fresh oysters by every Express. Goon Yield.—Two miners who are as sorting the float rock of the Genesee mine, on Chloride Flat, have lmd several tuns of it worked at the mills, which yielded $140 per tun. Fob Ely.—Travis, Wilson A* Co.’s stage will leave here to-morrow morn ing. at 8 o'clock, via White river, for Ely—time, ‘24 hours. RfCTt'HNKD.—Yesterday Capt. Mallett arrived from Kern District, and Morg. Miller from Sacramento District—both gentlemen looking hale and hearty. Tiikasubk Hill. —This place looks rather quiet in the day time, as every body is at work; but at evening presents a lively appearance. Go to C. R. Alexander’s for your drags. ftttsrrllanrous. DR. S. A. McMEANS’ SYSTEM OF PRACTICE IN RHEUMATIC CASES, BASED UPON PATHOLOGICAL INVRMTIUATIONN. •V^or *alo by O. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist, Main Htreet, Hamilton. Jy23-tf H. IlABCLAY. 4. M( iMTfWH. McIntosh & Barclay. GENERAL FREIGHTERS. Wholesale Dealers In FLOUR and CRAIN. Storage and Commission Merchants. Having in equaled facilities for the trailMportatlon of freight, we are pre pared to contract SHIPMENTS OF ONE AND BASE BULLION FROM WHITE PINE THROUGH TO NEWARK, N. J., Or any other point Eawt. Or to NAN FRANCISCO, California. Will alno contract for the delivery of General M* rthandiw, etc., to anyplace North or South of the Railroad from Kike. Merchant* and Dealers aunplied with Flour. Barley, <>atH. Bran, etc., at California prices— transportation added. Good* received on atorage. i'esh advanced on consignment*. Merchandise Mold on coiniDiasinn. NEVADA WAREHOUSE, HAMILTON, NEV. Jy*i-tf Jam km Hkii.lt. W. Woonnrnnt. REILLY &, WOODBERRY, AUCTION, COMMISSION, AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. TMIKTIKT Or -AND REAL ESTATE 130, MAIN STRFET, HAMILTON. Liberal C ash Advanrn mad* on CONSIGNMENTS! Roirnlar Rale Day a, WEDNESDAY And SATURDAY. C. M. STEVENS, Aurllonrer. Offlre of D. A. MKYKNDORFF. auB-tf ! Arrival* and Departures. ARRIVALS. by woonnrrr * *;Nxoa'n uxs. A Jacoby F E Sampson 8 Doake K L Thorpe D U JGiia Stui Cbing Mi km L Schumacher Mm Manheim and 3 «-b by hi: Armor, wink* a co.’a uxk. Mrs Knight C Shall r F F Rreese Mias Knight and '» cblhlr» n DEPAUTlTiES. BY IIKAtHLY. WINBK A CO. B IJXt. Matt Riley John Gemlron S Barclay dy woor»Brrr a kxnob’s uxk. L N Ayer* N O Arrington Wn Brown Dennis Byrne Mr* Gibson W 1) Dougherty Gee HUlg G W McKee H W Thompson UY HATCH A KIMJXOEB'a ELY LXK. Mrs Beale Mr Young It Gray John Price* Mr* Meerau M Shunt* r Mr Fulton Jas Bowen Oliver Willia An Acitdkni occurred to one of Hatch Si Kipli tiger's stages, on the way to Fioche, a few days ago. The stnge, wo understand, turned over, and was badly sniushed. A woman's ankle, we are in formed, was broken, aud one man some what damaged in his underpinning. Bullion.—Wells, Fargo A Co., yester day, shipped 11 bars of bullion, weighing 87*2 pounds—$13,599.99, to the Bank of California, Sun Francisco; and 3 bars, 159 pounds—$2,994.51. from the South .Vuroru, to J. A W. Seligmau, New York. Babe Bullion.—Pritchard's fast freight line carried away 10,000 pounds of base bullion last week; and yesterday 20.0(H) pounds base bullion and 26,000 pounds copper mat were shipped from Sherman town. Sent to the Hohmtal.—Marshal I)u mars yesterday sent a man who had the day previous proposed to tight him a duel, to the County Hospital, where he is getting better. Rlarbtuarr. lEtr. j J, H. 1.AXKMAI*. JO*. ItODDUD. PIONEER FOI NDRVd MACHINE SHOP, Broad and Fifth Mis., Hamilton. (^ODDARI) A CO.—STEAM ENGINES X furnished to order: l**ht Quartz Mill Ma chinery constructed and repaired. Shoe*, Dies, and other Hard Iron furnished at San Fran cl wo price* with freight added. Having a new plant of tools, are prepared to do General Repairing, Hlaekamithing, Pipe Cutting, Boiler Repairing. Etc., Etc. Orders respectfully solicited, and filled with diauatch. Jy25-tf PIONEER BOILER WORKS! HAMILTON—WHITE PINE. ALL KINDS OF BOILERS, WROUGHT IRON Tanks, Water Pipe, Doors and Shutter*, Gasometers. Blast Furnaces, Tower Iron I,adles. All kinds of Hheetiron Work and Machine Black smithing. etc. Repairing promptly attended to, at the lowest possible t< rms. J. V. HALL. Practical Roller Maker, Proprietor. JyM-tf k. h. norr.JB. i. a. mott, o. n. fish, flan Fram iaco. Hamilton. Treasure City. MOTT, FISH & CO. TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ii Ann w a n e , Mill and Mining Cooris, IRON AND STEEL, CAS PIPE, Strain anil Gum Pitting*. House Furnlalilug Gooila, stmm, Tin and Copper Wnrr. CITTINtJ AND FITTING GAS PIPK, HONK ON SHORT NOTICE. SOLE AGENTS FOR JoBsop’s Celebrated Steel, Lake Superior Kagle> Fnse, TOY. BICKFORD JL CO.‘8 FUSE, 0-1 ant Powder, — ANT) — DUPONT’S POWDER. •u3-ir MOTT. FISH « CO. Ore Bags! Ore Bags! Mine owners and superintendents In want of ORE BAGS will find every size and Quality, at lower prices than they can Im port them from flan Francisco or the East. Alai TENTS, STRAINERS. HOSE, and every de scription of HAIL-MAKIXO, at THOM \H FLITCROFT’fl, Upper end of Main street, opposite the Jyll-tf New Courthouse. Hamilton. itlisrrllanroiis. BARNEY & JONES, SOLE AGENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS In Hamilton. POWDER SUPPLIED, IN ANT HI'ANTITV, AT THE LOWEST KATES. Main Street, Hamilton, New. amt-tf JOSIAH HOSMER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wholesale Min! Retail dealt r iu Flour, Grain, Provisions, BUTTER, ECCS, &.C., AC. PIOCIIE CITY, Ely Dial rid, NVr. Fire-Proof Warehouse Attached. GtoocIm Stored |>U — SOLD ON COMMISSION. Best of Reference Given. Jf 161(1 BILLY DOUGHERTY, Tonsorial Artist, JACKSON HOUSE MAIN HTRFET, HAMILTON, NEVADA. Having moved his shop to the Jack hi >n Hnuxe, respectfully solicita a con ti nuance of patronage from kin old frieuda and the public generally, ut reduced rates. Hhavino.26c. Hair 0cmxa. 50c. HHAMroOINO.SOi*. je3-lf CONTRACT TO LET! OX TEAMS WAITED-TO CONTRACT for hauling wood. Inquire of 4. F. KOPP, Halr-Preaaing Haloon. Mr,in atrect, Oppoaite Ht. Nicholas Haloon, Jy26-tf Hamilton, Ncr. NEVADA^ MILL. M'CONI A DUNN PROPRIETORS. OFFICE: At the Mill. Nevada Canyon. apr9 lift Insurant?. B M PIR.B MUTUAL Life Insurance Co., o r !SEW YORK. G, HILTON SCRIBNER, President. SIDNEY W, CROFUT. - - Secretary. -o—— SUCCESS - T H E — CRITERION OF EXCELLENCE! ORDINARY LIFE POLICIES ABSOLUTELY NON-FORFEITABLI: f n o w Payment of First Annual Preminm! SPECIAL INSURANCE NON - FORFEITABLE! After Two Annnal Preminms! One-Third of the Annual Premium Loaned to the party insured, »r de*ir«i. ASH NO NOTE REQUIRED I — THE BUSINESS — or — THE COMPANY IN ON THE MUTUAL PLAN! j No evidence could prove more conclusively how ful ly the public appreciate the new and liberal features of this Company, and the well earned reputation of Its leading Officers and Direc- I tors, than the IMMENSE SUCCESS or TH K EM EIRE!! Unprecedented and Unparalleled BY ANY COMPANY IN EUROPE OR AMERICA I AGENTS. Applications for Agencies in places where the Empire is not already represented will be received only from parties who can give un doubted references as to qualifications and integri ty, and should be address ed to the undersigned. 0. F. VON RHEIN & CO., 332 Montgomery street, San Franc dh o, Cal., I i Opposite Odd Fellow* Hnll, ground floor,) Managers for the Pacific Coast. jj*Mf Drugs anti IHrtjirinrs. C. R. ALEXANDER, Ddruosist and apothecary, ^ JAMXr.TQ3\r,}f NEVADA, Keeps constantly ox hand a fresh auppljr of Drag*, Medicines and Chemi cals ; Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Qlass, Coal Oil, Etc. PERFUMERY, COSMETICS AHO POMADES. n-ATmsrw MSIZEDB! Garden Seeds, of all kind*, just received from the East and California. autt-tf pioNznm DRUG SJT ORE! W. C. ARMES, Aa’t-fl Main street, .... Treasure City. Drue*, X9 er fu m o ■ , Patent Medloines. •^Prescription* put up, day and night, JyJ6 Drg (Eootis, Etc. H. LF.WIS a CO., H. I.VWIB, 1‘loche .Ely. Austin, Nev. a. lewis a co., Hamilton. PER PACIFIC-EtAILROAJD, DIRECT FROM NEW YORK AND CHICAQO. H. LEWI8 & CO. MAIN STREET, [ jl I lamilton, Nev. fB WHOLESALE AHO RETAIL OULERS IH CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, Have just received the largest | and BEST SELECTED STOCK —OF— 8UMMER GOODS —ON THE— PACIFIC_COAST. Hayijvu nurnnw inran akka.vik MENTS with Eastern House*, are now J Importing their Goods from WHW YORK, j DIRECT, and offpr to sell them CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. Citilmor Suits, Dress Suits, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps, Blankets, Trunks, Valises, And a stock of Ocntleraon’a Furnishing Goods. Also, a well selected stock of LADIES’ FANCY DEY GOODS, Wich will be sold at Cost Price. Oive ua a call. Jy^-tf Tbe Spring Campaign lias Opened! J. COHN & BROTHER Hava Rallied their Forces and are now I 3\T THE PIEIj D , READY FOR ACTION. Stem Winter frowns have passed away, And beauteous Spring returns once more, With radiant smiles and colors gay, Proclaiming Winter’s fashions o’er. The skies are bathed in deeper blue, The soaring clouds are purer white, While seems re-created new A paradise for man's delight; But the kindly garb that nature wears, Resplendent though it be, Is not half so daaaliug to the eye AS TUB NEW SPRIN6 STYLES Just received at the MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM -pr~ J. COHN 8c BRO., Main Street, third door below Dunn. HAMILTON. NEV. OUR SPRING STOCK — or — CLOTHING is or THE NEWEST AND MOST DESIRABLE ; STYLES, MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY 1 FOR THIS MARKET. AND UNEQUAL ED FOR EXTENT AND VARIETY ANYWHERE ON THE COAST. oun r»nioiD» ASTONISHINGLY LOW! We have determined to run A LIVELY OPPOSITION TO AU. CLOTHING STORES, And have made TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS In our price*. WE CHALLENGE COMPETITION, And bid Defiance to the World. We offer rare inducements to all in want of nothing:. Furnishing: Gouda, Underwear, Boots and Short, Hats, Trunks, Valises, etr. And proclaim, in accent* wild, that immense bargain* are to be had at the CLOTniNG EMPORIUM J. COHN & BROTHER, Who are the only clothing dealer* no! to be controlled. Do n’t forget the place : Main Afreet, third door below Dunn. J. COHN A BROTHER, jy'W-tf Hamilton. 1 1 'J ■■ U'l’lLL -l1 ... Caution. HPHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TO INNOCENT X parti* * that we hold a claim on what I* known a* the Hodgin mine. Secret Canyon. Lander county, and intend to hold the same. C. A. HARRIS, 1. M ANDERSON. Hamilton, July 9,1870. jyll-lm NOTICE. OFFICE WHITE PINE SMELTING COM PANY, Swansea, Nev., Jul/90, 1*70.—Thl* Company will not be responsible for any debt* contracted by any pernon in the name of the Company until further notice. Jy2Mw» I. J. SCOTCHI.HR. Secretary. (Traferlrr’s (Suitor. TREASURE CITY P A 8 S E N CER LINE. ILEG ANT AND COMFORT ABLE sleigh* in Winter,£££23Ht and easy wagon* in Summer. Regular tripe, rain or shine, and perfectly safe at all time*, ry A share of public patronage is solicited, j, 25-tf ALFRED GRANT, Proprietor. HAMILTON ANUJREASPRE CITY ST ACE LINE. Tlio O-reen Wagon* WILL HEREAFTER LEAVE TREABITRE CITY AND HAMILTON Every Hour making eight round trips daily, carrying Wells, Fargo k Co.’s Express and the United States Mail. Connecting with 11EACHY, W INES, k CO.'S STAGES. Messengers and Freight called for at both point*. Office at St. Nicholas Saloon, Main-*t. Leave* with the mail for Treasure City every morning, at 7 H o'clock. au2-tf JAMES HAGAR, Proprietor. HATCH & KIPLINOER. Through in 24 Hours! SPEED INCREASED — Alt D — Fare Reduced J I^INE STOCK AND GOOD COACHE8 LEAVE 1 Hamilton twice a week, TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings, at ft o'clock. Through In Twenty-four Hours. Passengers for Ely will And this much the shortest, cheapest and pleasantest ronte. Offlre-At BARNEY k JUNES' Brick Store, Main street, Hamilton. je20-tf XT. S. MAIL. SOUTHERN MAIL&EIPRESS LINE. SALT LAKE CITY PIOCHE CITY, ELY DISTRICT. ON JULY 1, 1870, UNDER GOVERNMENT contract for carrying the ITtlTED STATES MAIL, the nndersigned will commence to ran CONCORD COACHES from SALT LAKE CITY to PIOCHE CITY, via PROVO CITY, FILL MORE, BEAVER, and other intermediate points; having a contract to carry the United States Mall and Wells, Fargo & Co.’s Express. Stages will leave Salt Lake City and Pioche City weekly, making the trip in three and a ha!f days. FARE THROUGH, $.10-CURRENCY. HUUH WHITE, Proprietor. J. J. HALPIN k CO Agcuts at Pioche City. WELLS, FARGO k CO., au‘J-tf Agents at Salt Lake City. WOODRUFF & ENNOR’S STAGE LINE! _ I3F* NEW ROUTE! JQ C10ACHE8 LEAVE HAMILTON DAILY, AT ) 19 o'clock m., running through SILVERADO, EUREKA, MINERAL HIIX, and RAILROAD DISTRICT, To PAXjIBADB, Connecting with the Cars for tho West next morning. Fine NEW CONCORD COACHES and SIX HORSE STOCK. Passengers for the East and West will find this the shortest ami pleasantest route. OFFICE: Main stmet, Hamilton, opposite j Wells, Fargo k Co.’s. WE WILL ALSO RUN A FAST FREIGHT LINE FROM PALINADK, OVER THE SAME ROUTE. Mark Goods care * W. k E., Palisade.’ Parties shipping goods l»y our line will plea* give notice at our offices, at San Francisco and | Sacramento, where they will receive prompt at- | teution and be forwarded with dispatch. Offices—494 Clay street, San Francisco; 96 3 street, Sacramento; H3 South C street, Virginia Otty; and Main street, Hamilton, White Pine. au2-tf WOODRUFF k ENNOR. Proprietors. RAZZiROAD Stage JuaEiME Line! BEACHEY, WINES k GO., PROPRIETORS. CHANCE OF TIME! OS AND AFTER THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1870, our sieges will have Hamilton every day at 2 o'clock p. m., connecting with the Central Pacific Railroad at Elko—carrying Pas sengers, Express and United States Mails. Arrive in Hamilton at 12 o'clock ni. THROUGH TO ELKO IN 17 HOURS! FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON IN 19 HOURS! This company now has the stocked with Nplendld Nix-Horse Teams, and the Latest Improved Concord Coaches. CHEAP FARE AND (fcl ICK TIME I LEU. WINES, Superintendent. HOMER 8. KING. Agent. Hamilton, Nev., July 18,1870. au2-tf HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAaU lilKTB! CARRYING The D. S. Mail & V.F. & Oo/s Express. I EAVES HAMILTON ON MONDAY AND j THURSDAY, at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrives at Pioehe on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o’clock a. m. Leaves Pioehe on MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrives at Hamilton TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o’clock a. m. This Is the only established line to Pioehe, via Robinson and Patterson. 8ni*othc*t and quickest route. Also, a branch line from l’atterson to Silver Park, making close connection with onr regular stages. Our road is double stocked with ft-horae changes. Satisfaction guaranteed to passengers, or mo ney n-funded. TRAVIS. WILSON k CO., Proprietors. Our FAST FREIGHT LINE will be estali 1 in lied in eight days. Merchants in Pioehe, Sil ver Park, and intermediate points, will find it to their advantage to mark goods ‘ Care TRAVIS, WILSON \ CO., Fast Freight.’ a«4-tf IHigrrllanroug. NOTICE. Office Oouimr Surveyor, 1 Hamilton, Feb. 9, 1870. ( NWKSTCOATT. E. L. MAHON AND COL. • C. B. Bl'LKLEY am the only Deputy County Surveyors of White Pine county. The appointraentaof all others have been this clay revoked. All accounts dm* the office will be judd to the above deputies. H. M. WILSON, Jell-tf Co. Burvovor White Pino Co.. Nev. THE GIANT POWDER CO., A FTER HAVING ENLARGED ITS WORKS, l\ has resumed the manufacture of Ita BLASTING POWDER. BAND MANN. NEILSON k CO., General Agents, i1«i Front street. Ban Francisco, Cal. MOTT, KISH * CO., Loral Agaata, JyFKlm Hamilton, Nevada. BABBITTYeTAL.-SSL'E lal, for sale cheap, at the offic e of The Dailv New# Crabrlrr’g ffiutor. CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY , It''* :'h THE FAST AND SPLENDID ■■■Mbb ITIAEEBI CHRYSOPOLM ARD CAPITAL, Will leave on alternate day* •“•"ft**1*, on the arrival of the can. et 1* o’doeh p. from the foot of X atreet. . Steamer 0HBY8OPOU8, Foetw, XXaatea, tJUl leave on MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS and FBI. DAYS Steamer CAPITAL, Pool, lUate^wfll leave oa TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Far* between San Franciaco and Sacramento will be aa follow*: CABIN.•***? DECK... L<£ To Mabtitilu—Cabin.. • • • For MarravlUe and the lalemedUl, Landtag*. The Company's ateamen will tonva ft» My/* ville and intermediate landing* daOyat midday (Saturday* and Sundaya excepted); Sunday*, at 7 a. m. For Red Bio*. The steamer BED BLUFF will leave for Bed Bluff and Intermediate landing* every 8ATUB. DAY, at 7 o’clock a. m. Freight eecured on day prevlou, to departure, For freight or paaaage apply ****»• aTreDINOTON, Agent, jyM.tf On board brig Globe. CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. Time Schedule, July I l> IS7Q* nsHsiMajis EASTWARD. Train Sunday Mixed* Dally, exocp’dL San Francisco.. .L’ve 8 JO am 4 JO ra TJOpm Oakland. •* 830 ” 430 •• . San Joee. •• 8:38 " §35 “ . Stockton. •* 12J7 ne 8:14 •• ... Sacramento.Ar*v 1 JO ” 10 JO “ T JO am Sacramento......L’ve 2:10“ • JO •• Maryavllle.Ar’v 4 30 ” . 1:15 FM Chico. ” 6:45 ” . 836 ” Colfax.L’ve 8 JO •• * 4 JO ” Reno. ” 1:18 am ®o 8:48 am Winnemuroa.... *' 9:10” la 10J8FM Battle MonnUin, ” 12:00M £ 8 3 JO AM Carlin... . ** S:10nt p.3 10JO ” Elko. ” 4:40" 53 0 1230 pm Kelton. ” I 130 am 7:45 am Ogden.Ar’v 6 jo “ • _ BqpMi Paaa’ger WESTWARD. Train, Sunday Mined* Daily, axoap’o. Ogden ..........L*ve 6J0PM1.. 830PM Kelton. ” 10:42” . 130 am Elko. « 8:48 AM. 7:11 rM Carlin. ” 10:15 ” . t J8 ” Battle Mountain. ” 138 pm. *36 am Winnemacca_ M 435 “ . tsOO ” Reno. ” 1 JO am.1130 ” Colfax. ” BJB ” .12 JO pm Chico. ” 630 ” I......,7 1030am Maryaville. ” 940 « . 230 rM Sacrameuto.Ar’v 11.28 ” . 630 ” Sacramento.L’ve 11:48 ” 7 JO am 730 ” Stockton.. “ 1:40pm 8:48 ” ........ Hau Jose.Ar’v 6:30 ” 12:48 PM. Oakland. ” 830 ” 12 JO ” . San Franciaco... ” 630 ” 12:40” 930AM A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Paaa. Ag’t. aul-M ffitsrcllaufous. FORWARDINGFREeT J N T I L FURTHER XOTIC1, We will Forward Freight From Elko to White Pine District FREE OF CHARGE! Part leu shipping to our care can rely upon haring their Freight Forwarded with Dispatch And At the Lowest Going Bates. Jy27-tf WHITNEY * CO. NOTIODS FREE FO RWARD|NO! ON AND AFTER TOIS DATE. AND UNTIL further notice, I will Forward Freight From ELKO TO WHITE PINE FREE OF CHAR8E! D. \V. KARL. Elko, Ner., June 27, 1870. Jy27-tf FAST FREIGHT. THE FAST FREIGHT LINE OF W. L. PRITCHARD ia in full blaat, and running on 6 6-HOURS TIME FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON! AND IS PBKPARF.D TO TAKE ANY AMOUNT OF FREIGHT from Elko to White Pine! MARK GOODS CARE PRITCHARD FAST FREIGHT. All good, thiu muled Kill com. FPHA or FORWARDING CHARGES AT HLKO. WILL SHIP BULLION, OR.S, Or nay .th.r Mad M* Pnlfftt From HAMILTON to ELKO, OR CONTRACT TO DELIVER ORE, BULLION, ETC., In San Francisco or New Tori OFFICE: In Cross' Fire-proof Warehouse, Hamilton itwet, Hamilton, Nor, P. A. BOMMEN. GEO. COWLES, Agmt, Elko. Agent, Hamilton. W. L. PRITCHARD, ."-‘G Proprietor. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHN A. PAX* TON. Eaq.. Agent of the Bank of California, holds my power of attorney and la authorized to collect all debts due roe in White Pine County. Persons owing the house of CHARLES KOHN. Treasure City, are notified to make Immediate settlement, or legal proceeding* will be com mpriced to obtain all claims. CHAS. KOHN. Treaaure City, March 16,18T0. sprlfMf COME AND SEE ME! AS 1 HAVE SOLD OUT MY FI FINISHING business to the firm of LOOMIS k DAY* TON, 1 hereby request all that are owing roe to come and settle on or before the 1st day of Aa* gnat, and all having claim# against me to pee* scut them for payment immediately. JyJO-tf J R. W1THINGTON. KOHN A BRO., IMPORTERS OF CL0THIN8, BOOTS A SHOES, Domestics, Hats And Blankets, \m. li At 11 K St., b*L From ud std, KACRAXEXTO, CAL. Jpll-tf