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VOU IV. _HAMILTON. N KVA DA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1870. NO. 67. WHITE PINE DAILY NEWS. v\ HUSHED EVERY MOHXIXO EXCEPT MOMMY—BY FORBES & CO. W. 4. Fobbeb. W. H. PrrcuroBD. Ter him of Hubaerlpllou. One copy, one year, per mill....JJ One copy, *ix month*, per mail. 1,1 JJJJ One copy, three month*, per mail. r» 00 **- Ynne forwarded until paid for.- fcfi 0, llvcred at RU cent* per week. by the car. rlrr-to whom payment mn*t !** made. JOB PRINTING! The New* Job Office i* now snpplled with an excellent stock of type, border*, nreaw-a paper. >'ard* and other material* and facilities for tab printing. Additli.n.l ui.tdrt.1. Md arrivlnir. »ud wd «dk th. rtt.ntion of our (} ifiul* and the public to the fact that all (••l, printing can bo handsomely and expedi ti.mslv done at thi* office. BY TELEGRAPH! Spacui to Tlu Whit* Pisa SaQ? I’m. The War in Europe! PARTICULARS FROM WOERTH! The Carde Mobile Massing for the Front! FOREIGN NEWS. Mtw loRK, August I I. fCable to Herald ] A l^ondoti correspondent of The New York Herald, who was present at the battle of Woerth, telegraphs the follow ing from Carlsrnhe: Tho French official accounts of the battle of Woerth are wholly untrue. Mc Mahou was completely routed. The French abandoned everything, and fled; leaving behind tbeir killed, wounded and prisoners, numbering 20,000, out of 50, ooo engaged. The French held strong positions, but tho Prussians tired with terrible precision—the French very badly. Iloth sides fought desjMrately. Fiually, lhe French gave way in a panic. The accounts representing Strasbourg still in communication with Nancy are untrue. Strasbourg bus been completely besieged since Monday, and the gates are shut. Heavy artillery is now on the way to the Prussians. A stout leaistunce is expected. The Crown Prince is vigorously pursu ing McMahon, and another engagement is expected. It is believed the object of the Prus sians is to get between Metz and Peris. [Cable to Tribune. | Our special dispatch from Paris, 10th. evening, savh the new Cabinet means strong measures against Paris, as well as Prussia. Another reverse, and the Em peror is gone. Coufideuee is utterly destroyed. Humors of battles arc thing around Paris, but no official news received. The French are being massed rapidly, and reinforced; and within u lew days Paris will be almost denuded of young men. Tho popular devotion is for tip* Coun try, and no longer for the dynasty. F.vi rything looks to-day as if auOrleanist or a Republic would succeed the Em peror. Paris, August 11. Figaro says a physician just returned from the front reports that even the Prussians acknowledge the superiority of tho French guns. Nearly all the French soldiers are wounded in the legs and feet, while in the battle of Woerth the loss of the Prussians in killed and mortally wounded was immense—owing to the hmger range of the Chasaepot. These facts make a strong impression on the soldiers. The same gentleman says French wonnded were taken by Prus sians into their ambulances, and treated with the utmost care and kindness; and that the ambulance service of the enemy is perfectly organized. Carriers reports Mcnnoti Garibaldi at Milan, inciting popular demonstrations against France, to prevent the Flench sympathizers of the Italian Government taking a practical form. The new Ministers took the oath of office last night at the Tuilerics. Prince d’Auvergne only was absent, and will not lie hero until next week. Meantime the duties of Minister of Foreign Affairs will be performed by Paliuko. The Ministers of War and Interior have taken prompt measures to insure the effectiveness of the Administration in their respective departments. i iw Minister oi r»ar is collecting arms and ammunition of all kinds, and send ing them to the field. Is also preparing to arm and equip the National Guard. Gen. Trocher will command the army formed of men the law just voted calls into service. To this force will be spe cially confided the dcfeuse of the capi tal. Bodies of the Garde Mobile from the provinces have commenced to pour into the eitv, on their wav to the front. People crowd the sidewalks and win dows. and cheer them enthusiastically. The Liherto says the Princes have ad dressed a letter to the Minister of War, asking service in the French army. The Minister of Foreign Affairs has re ceived #10,000 from French residents of S.m Francisco for families of killed and wounded. Pains (Midnight), August 11. The Prefect of the Upper Rhine, in a dispatch to the Minister of the Interior, dated Colmar, 10:15 this foretioon, says there has been no movement on the banks of the Rhine this morning. (lanlers says Palaki has prepared a decree which lie will submit to the Em peror, ordering all Germans r< siding in Paris to quit French soil within twelve hours after receiving notice to that effect; and all English correspondents returned front the front. They report they arc in great danger of being hanged by tin in habitants, who believe all foreigners Prussian spies, and threaten them with death. fHisrrllanrous. THE BIG SMOKY MILL Nah wpoppki) von a raw i>ayh, to make pome repairs, lutviuu lieen rtiimiiiK steadily for fourteen months. Will start up u«atu on FRIDAY, the 13th. CUSTOM ORE 'VIII be received at any time between now am! that time. REN. M. DI SH, Awut. Hamilton, Xev., August s, 1870. auO-lw DENTISTRY. Hrvon.ldoer above III. Ntnnw No loon. Main Nlrret, Hamilton. 1 itixy i-rkimred t<> Perform nil o|Mrnti<>iis in (he *IjLI XXF Dental Art. Having b«*en in _ , ,, continued practice sines 1840, 1 r<vl well ueiired >1 I will be «ble to Mtlify ell who mey require my eervlcee. tynn P r nktioia. ffirormrt, |)robiston», Etc. Ai.mkht Maw. Han Francisco Cal. I Albert Mai' k Co.Virginia City, Nev. [ Albert Mai: k Co. ... .Anatiu, Nev. Albkbt Mai: A Co.Treasure City, Nov. ALBERT M AU & CO. f MAIN STREET, HAMILTON, -AND MAIN STREET, TREASURE CITY, Wholesale and Botall Di aler* in Groceries, Provisions, AND LIQUORS, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Produce, Pota tatoee, Ground Peed, Butter, Cheese. Grain. Rope, Powder and Fuse, Crockery, Etc., Which they w ill sell Ijow For Cash! Goods delivered free of charge. Call and ratiafy yourselves. %3T Storage and Gomnii**i«'ii. Goods re ceived on storage and commission, and for warded with diauatch. au3-tf f. r. hallock. j r.v. meters. HALLOCK & MEYERS, Went aide of Main street, TreftHiire City, Nev., Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in Groceries, Provisions, WINES & LIQUORS, POWDER, FI SK, IIIRDWARE, TISWARK, Mnl and HkrtRirmi, CROCKERY AND OT.ARKWARK, Candles, Nuts, Stationery, Etc. As good a* the beat, and an CHF.AP a* the CHEAPEST. Highest price (laid for Country Produce, such aw Potatoes, Egg a, Butter. Etc. Give Uh a rall.^E JylS-tf E. E. ROOT. R. BAILEY. ROOT * BAILEY, SrCCFJWORA TO P. J. WHITE k on., Wholesale Dealer* in Croceries and Provisions, nmrDMf 412 Front street. Han Francisco. i n !■■■■ ..■■■■■—■■■ m - m ftlisrrllanrous. U. S. Patents for Mines! F. TACLIABUE, CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR Office nt the Mining Recorder'*, Main Street. Treasure City. pABTIKH WlSIUXti PATKNT8 FOR MINKS I in White Pine County, cun procure tin-same nt tie- »lmrt« *t notice, and on the mont reaM>na ble t< rnia.by hj plying a* above. Ordi r*l«ft with Col. Sabin, in the Mining Recorder'* office, at Treaauie City. nr al The White Pine New* office in Hamilton, will red ive prompt attention. ap2K.tf NOTICE. t VFFICE WHITE PINE HMELTIXO COM I J PAN V, Swan*, a. Ne\ . July 20, 1H70. -This Company will nut !*■ responsible for any debt* contracted by any person iu the name of the Company until further notice. jy'.M-lw* 4. J. SCOTCHLKR, Secretary . J amf* Rrillt. W. WoonnrnwY. REILLY & W000BERRY, AUCTION, COMMISSION, AND FORWA It III Mi MERCHANTS. MIN’ I NO -AND REAL ESTATE BnoitKns. 1JO. MAIN BTRF.KT. HAMILTON. Li tie rill CiimIi idvniim made on CONSIGN MENTS! itetfiiliir Sale I)m)«, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. C. M. STEVENS, Auctioneer. Office of D. A. NBYCKDORFF. hii:» if 8. B.uut.ay. J. McIntosh. McIntosh & Barclay, QKNETiAL FREIGHTERS. WholPMle I>ealers In FLOUR and CRAIN. Storage amt Commission Merchants. Maying cne^ialer facilities for the trank)M>rtatioii of freight, we are pre pared to contract SHIPMENTS OF ORE ANO BASE BULLION FROM WHITE FIXE THROUGH TO NEWARK, N.J., Or any other point East. Or to NAN FRA NT IN CO. California. Will also contract for the delivery of General Merchandise, etc., to any place North or South of the Railroad from Elko. Merchant* and healers supplied with Flour. Barley. Bran, etc., nt California prices— transportation udded. Goods received on storage. Cash advaneed on consignment*. Merchandise sold on commission. NEVADA WAREHOUSE, HAMILTON, NEV. JySl-tf g^W. MANNING,g^ AMEUI O AKT WATCH ESTABLISHMENT, Main Street, Hamilton, Nev. A LI, JKWF.LRY APPOiTAININO TO A first-class Jewelry House always on hand. WATCHES CLEANED AT TntH ERTABLIH1IMKKT Ton THREE DOLLARS! WARRANTKD ONE YEAR. AU Pin. Wllthn (old .1 till. aatab lldim.nl warranted two y*ar. W. 3VXA^3Nr2VTI3SrC3P, Nett door to Telegraph Office, J.v04-tf Main street. Hamilton. Xer. * ihofrssional (Tarts. WM. W. BISHOP, Attorney and Counselor at Law, TBKASIHE CITY, NEVADA. WII.I. ATTEND TO PBOFESSIONAX. Bl'SI ness in all State and United States Courts aelfl-tf II MAYENUAUM. Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, —,,i>— DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Virginia street, nearly opposite Cntl^hc Church, AUSTIN - - - NIC V ADA. Practice* in Supreme Court and id! other Ooorts of this State. se*2A-tf ^ JOHN J. MUSBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, KHEltMANTOWN, NEVADA. % *#* Practices in all the Courts. mft-tf H. I> FERGUSON, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. OFFICE: Main street, Hamilton, smith of W., F. k Co.’s. Praetli*es in hM the C«nirts of the State. 7-tf F. H. k J. M. KENNEDY, Attorneys at Law. OFFICE : At the Court House, Hamilton, Nev. A. M. HILLHOI'aR. 4. ■. PITZFR. PITZER k HILLHOTT8E, Attorneys at Ijaw. Will practice in all the (Courts of the State. Office In Withtugton's Building, Hamilton. JeUn THOMAS P. HAWLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC HAMILTON, NEVADA. Office—Withingtnn'B Building (upstairs), in‘29 1. V. FOSTF.R. V. TILFORD. TILFORD k FOSTER, Attorneys at Law. Office—Over Frusier k Co.'s store. Main street. Hamilton. inaT-tf C. J. LANSING. W. H. I*AVFNI'OMT, Treasure City k Hamilton. Eureka LANSING k DAVENPORT, A-ttornoy* «.t Hinw, Tieasnre City, Hamilton and Eureka, J<'13] NEVADA. [tr W. P, r. WHITIN'.. J<>,. N YPHTAI.Y, PAT’L NKPMANN. WHITING, NAl’IITAI.Y .V NEI'MANN, Attorney* a ml Counselor* at Lan . Paul Neumann, Notary Public. NO. 411 CALIFORNIA STREET, M*i>-tf Han Francisco. California. 3. (>, DABfiOW, Attorney at Law. (OPPOSITE. OORnOS S f'O.I ■I A M I I, T O X, X 1C V A I* A. ni,33-tf rilK.n. ELLIOTT, N o t a r y r u 1y 1 1 c A St » ltl'.AI. ESTA'i'E AtiENT, Eureka, Lander Co., Nev. Agent for the McCoy Survey of the town of Eureka, which embrace* the finest location* for private resiliences; also, splendid location* for furnaces, with a large supply of water. Jy24-tf I, . L F. WIS, City A a m e ■ ■ o r. Office: City Hall, Dunn street. Office Hour*: From 9 a. in. to 4 p. in. Jy‘22-tf WM. 4. BLAKE, Constable of Township No. 2. AI.K, DeHHIKI.DN, Deputy. *r COLLECTIONH attended to promptly. Ml .iy2fi-tf W. W. BISHOP. Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, TR EARL RE CITY. NEVADA. Office - Shinier’.* Ruilding, opposite Croamati'a Courtroom. jySO-tf WILLIAM l'AKDY, Scarchor of Records. *%_ Complete* uimtract* of Comity Record* kept. nr Agent William*' Halt Work* an'Mf N WESCOATT, C. K. Deputy City Nurveyor of Hamilton and Deputy County Nurveydr. ( HAS. H. SEYMOl’R. C E. Cif>' Surveyor of Hamilton ami Dep uty County Surveyor. OFFICE: At Ominty Surveyor's Office, Court- j house, Hamilton, Nev. Orders for City and County Surveys promptly attended to. Also, special attention given t«* surveying, mapping and reporting on mines; making pre liminary surveys for IT. S. Patents in White I»lne and adjacent Districts, etc., etc. Jy30-tf o. s. ari.Ki.KT. c. c. r. i.. mason, e. r.. BULKLEY & MASON, srnvEYORs, cmi. and. mining engin eers, AND DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEY ORS OF WHITE PINK COUNTY. ]PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO SUR VEYING, Mapping, and reporting on Mines. Plan. Architectural ami Mechanical Drawing also executed. Terms reasonable. Office : Corner of Treasure and Silver streets, Hamilton. Nevada. *36-tf OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLIES! To all wboin it mayconcern, Greeting! f|iHE UNDERSIGNED. A SEARCHER OF 1 RECORDS, and EXAMINER OF TITLES, of 30 years active practice, l»cga to announce that, having now compiled a complete Index of AbstracWteferences to all the Mining ami Real Property in White Pine County contained In the original Lander County and White Pine Re cords, he is now prepared to give any informa tion of title pertaining thereto a^prices In con formity to tile times, and to make abstracts, second to none In correctness, at LESS THAN THE RATES CHARGED HY ANY RING OR COMBINATION. All part let desirous of ex amlniug their own titles can have set-urate ref erence* thereof at a scale of prices guaranteed hereby at SO per cent, less than ehaigcd by any and Ml other* in the business. Call and see. DANIEL ST. O. KTEKVFNS, Searcher of Records. Office of County Treasurer, Courthouse, Hamil ton, Nevada. Hamilton. Nev., July 31, 1870. jy'23-tf NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHN A. PAX TON, Esq , Agent of the Hank of California, holds my power of attorney and is authorized to collect all debts due me in White Pine County. Persons owing the house of CHARLES KOHN, Treasure City, are notified to make im median settlenient, or legal proceeding* will be com menced to obtain all claim*. CHAS. KOHN. Treasure C‘*“ ” • ' If MaSlUnn. Nev.. July Ifi. 1870 .IyliMd Professional Carts. W. H. TAYLOR, M. D. East aide Duma at., bet. Main A Mill, HAMILTON, NEV. Jyl.'Uf DR. R. BELL. Physician and Burgeon. OFFICE: On Dunn street, near Main, Hamil ton. Nev. * Jyfl-tf DB. P. L. PEAL. OFFICE: Dunn street* between Main and Treasure, Hamilton. Nev. JeO-tf DB. K. A M< MEANS, Physician and Burgeon. OFFICE: On Dunn street, between Main and Mill streets. Hamilton. mafi-tf DR EMORY L. WILLARD, Physician and Surgeon, Has located in silver si’HIN'us. will v bit patients In Treasure City «n<I llmnilton, and will attend p* omptly to all professional IsiM DMfl entrusted t« his care. Jsl*tf ALDRICH & WREN, Attorneys and Counselors st Law, HAMILTON, NEVADA. mH-tf CITY SURVEYORS OFFICE. 18 AT BULKLEY &. M A SON’S, COR. TREASURE AND SILVER STS., HAMILTON. E. RCHOPPMANN, ap2?-tf City Rnglneer. flSrat iftarfertg. PIONEER MARKET OF HAMILTON. CHA9. KARBSTEIN, Proprietor. Main RtiPFt, OppoMlte Red Wheeler’* 1;i\KNT OVALITY OF BEEF, PORK ami SU TTON, constantly hand. Also, Sausage, Head Cheese, Bologna, etc., At Reasonable Prices! lietidiri d Tallow, fur milling uw. Fresh I.cftf Lar«l. U***t ipmlitv Picklod Pork, put up by myself, auti-tf i'll AH. KAKDHTL1N. OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY! PEOPLE’S MARKET! K. 31. t. Ill I’FI Tit.Proprietor. *-1 THF. CHOICEST ^ yBeef, Voal, Pork.^^! Mutton, etc., C* ’instantly on hand, and for Bale, at Wholesale or Retail. AT AH LOW A PRICE us at any of the Combination Markets. All «lescriptiona of Sausage, Head Che?**, etc., constantly on hand. Meat* delivered in any part of the County, without • xtra charge. Rendered Tallow, fur Mill and Mining pnr poses. Patronise the PEOIMEH MARKET, and yon will keep the price of beef at reasonable figures. jy22-tf PEOPLE’S MARKET! 31a In Ntrert, ^ "’Pjpioomi.fft JOHN' O’NEIL.Proprietor. r|M!K CHOICEST BEEF, VEAL. FORK AND 1 MFTTON, constantly on hand, for the fur nishing ef hotel*, restaurants, and private fami lii h: also ut wholt Hale, by carcass nr quarter, t<> retail dealer*, or mill nr mining rotupanii *. Sausages, Head-Cheese, (horned Beef, nnd *o forth, kept on band for customers, MEATS DELIVERED at any point, without extra charge, to purchaser* of considerable quantities. RENDERED TALLOW fur sale. for the uac of tuillmeu and mining companies. Prices at living figure*, and all articles in my line guaranteed of best quality. A COMPLETE VARIETY will at all seasons In* found at thi* market, and a share of public piitronage is looked for. J>2*-tt HI OH O'NEIL. BUTCHERS, ATTENTION! ON AND AFTER ^ 'A^thc 1st ilay of August, £t]*Wp 1870, w’o will furnish the ■■ ^ Meat Markets with Beef, Pork, Veal, and Mutton, At as low a figure as any firm in the State. A 1’l*i ihi patronage is respectfully solicited. Terms, cash. Jy«Mf LOOMIS k DAYTON. fflisrcllanrous. Hamilton Lumber Yard ! Corner Main and Silver Streets. WM IIENDRIE, .PROPRIETOR. IN CONSTANT RECEIPT OF LARGE As sortments of yiNB LUMBER From California and White Pine. Shingles, lath. Shakes, Moulding*. Doors, Windows, Window 1 Umds, Mining Timlsr*. Logging, Battery Blocks, etc. LUMBER SOLD ON COMMISSION. Bf1L.AU order* strictly attended to. *»i»iMf WM. HEXDltlK. A. J. HOUCHTALING& CO. Dunn street, between Mill mid .Muin, HAMILTON, NEVADA, Carpenter, Joiner, Jobber, -AND OOKTTRACTOR. All work executed with NEATNESS and DISPATCH, and HATINFACTION GIVEN Iu all brnnche* of the hm-lncan. A. 4. Hoitaliko. W. H. C.uivm. jylH.tf LOST! A SET OF TEETH, IN GOLD SETTING. J\. A suitable reward will be paid for their re turn to the publication office of The White Pine Daily New*. St. ifieholan Saloon, Main atreet, Hamilton. tunlto-tr NOTICE Is HERF.HY GIVEN THAT THE ASSESS MENT Roll for Hamilton City for tlie fiscal year A. I). 1870 1* completed and will be open for public inflection at my office from till* date until August lfitb, 1870. The Board of Equalization will be iu tHwlou on MONDAY. August 18th, 1870, from o'clock p. m. till 8 o’clock p. in., and each day thereafter until the work of equalization la completed. All conipUiutH iu reference to a**ci«Muenta must be filed in writing with the Clerk of the Board on or before SATURDAY. Auguat 2tXh. M. P. CHAMBERLIN. City Clerk. Hamilton. Nev., A u punt 9. 1870. nuP> M Saloons, Etc, FRANK WHEELER, ‘RED,’ WHOLESALE DKALEB IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Main street, Hamilton, Ner. ROLE AGENT FOR THE Celebrated Cutter Whisky. SOLE AGENT FOB THE SAN BLAS CICARS. f.-F* Goods delivered to all imrtH of the country. au7-tf STONE SALOON, ESTE8 A CARL.Proprietors, Hamilton, White Pine, N>t, Tite choicest ant> best rei.ected stock of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars, Constantly on hand. au7-tf HEADQUARTERS SALOON, VANDERBILT A LEVAN, Proprietors, KHF.KMANTOWN, NEVADA. THE FINEST BRANDS OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars Constantly on hand, and the Beat Billiard Ta bleu in the Country. Call and sample Van's Liquors and judge for yourselves. antMf ST. NICH0LA8 SALOON, ST. JULIEN BUILDING, MAIN STREET.HAMILTON. Choicest brandy, finest whisky, Champagne, and Cane Liquors. All the favorite brand* of CIGARS; and every thing pertaining to a Fir«t-ola«s Saloon. ®F“Call and see ALEC. ENTERPRISER CELLAR. ri'HE UNDERSIGNED WOCT-D BEG LEAVE 1 to announce to his friends, and the public at large, that he has opened the above place, where The Best of Lager Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, are kept. LUNCHES—such ns Caviar, Westphalia Ham, Holland Herrings, Swiss Cheese, and other deli caciea too nmnrruus to mention, are served at all hours. (Jive mo a call. CHARLES STURM. Immediately under Mocit’a Restaurant, jy23-lm Main street. It. iTazaiiil Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS, Ac., Mm In street. Treasure City, Xev. Jyaa-tf GRAND HOTEL BAR AND BILLIARD ROOMS, (Entrance on New Montgomery street,) San Francisco, Cal., PETER HOI-KINS, PAUI. MORONEY, Proprietors. je28-.'hu A. BR.OWBT, Dealer In FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, Main Street, Treasure City. auLJ-tf THE BLUE WING, K«s( aids of 31min street, houIIi of Hamilton, DEAN JL LECONEY.Proprietor*. A SNUG RESORT. WHERE THE CHOICEST Liquors, Cigars, etc., ran be had. F2TBSZI IiAGBH! Always on tap—by the glass or quart. COSY ROOMS for Cnitonirrs. Jy*Mf BUR EAU SALOON, MAIN STREET. TnEASUrt-H CITY. PAT. H. LANKAN. | _ JAMES CLANCY, | Pr"l’ri-'"r». Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors. AI.L THE FAVORITE BRANDS Jyi-tf JOHN J. MONAHAN, Old St. Nicholas Saloon, [DOLMAN'S BUILDING] Main St-, Treasure City, Keeps the best wines, liquors, and Clgin, FOREICN and DOMESTIC, OBTAINABLE IN SAN FRANCISCO. jyl5-tf ‘OASIS!’ • Oft in Kandy desert*. per chance yon find A fertile spot fur refreshing rest: So. please, Traveler. at the ' Oasis' call. Be kind. * If Beer, Wines, Cigar*, and (’old Lunch you give tent. Stand in! * Oasis ’ tries to Knit at best.* SALOON! Of Switzerland's anti Limborg’s finest cheese; Brunswick sausase ami French sardelles: Russia's caviar and Westphalia Ham, shall please. No sham; bnt tin* imported originals! Holland herring*, in salt, smoked or pickle. Pigs feet, also, pickled, ami tongue* of aheep. Even sardines and lobsters your palate may tickle, If them with line liquors you wash or j steep. OASIS SALOON, 1). J. KRAUSE, Jyll-lm* Next door above Stout* Saloon. j NOTICE! VLI. PERSONS OWING THE UNDER SIGNED arc requested to CALL AND SETTLE IMMEDIATELY! A* 1 have deposed of mjr interest In the City Market and expect to leave Hamilton in a few days. aulO-lw 4OF. BOOS. NOTICE. rt' HE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO 1 fill order* for yellow pine lnmber and shin gle* from a large supply now on hand at mill. JNO. G. MOTT ia authorised to act aa Agent during my temporary absence, and bolda my power of attorney. avtftdm W. D. OIIANF. Dru ffiooliiB, Etc. H. LfWia A CO., *■ UEWia, Ptoche .Ely. Austin, Ner. h. i.Ewi* a co., Hamilton. PEE PACIFIC-RAILROAD, DtR^pT FHOV NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. H. LEWIS & CO. jl Hamilton, Nov. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, Have just received the largest and BEST SELECTED STOCK —OF— SUMMER GOODS —OS THV PACIFIC_COAST. Hi, ING PERFECTED THEIR ARRANGE MENTS with Estateru Houses, arc now Importing their Goods from NHW YORK, DIRECT, and ufft-r to sell them CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. Casslmer Suita, Dress Suits, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Blankets, Trunks, Valises, And a stock of Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods. Also, a well selected stock of LADIES’ FANCY DBY GOODS, Wlch will be sold at Cost Price. Give ns a call, auft-tf The Spring Campaip has Opened! J. COHN & BROTHER Have Rallied their Forces and are now IPO- TZZ33 FIELD, READY FOR ACTION. Stern Winter frowns have pasted 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; Dut the kindly garb that nature wears. Resplendent though it be. Is not half so dazzling to the eye as thi; NEW SPRING STYLES •Yuat received nl the MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM — o 1 — J. COHN BRO., Mein 8treet, third door below Dnnn, HAMILTON. NEV. OUR SPRING STOCK — or — , CLOTHING is or THE NEWEST AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES, MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, AND UNEQUAL ED FOR EXTENT AND VARIETY ANYWHERE ON THE COAST. oun FRIOES ASTONISHINGLY LOW! We Itave determined to rnn A LIVELY OPPOSITION TO ALL CLOTHING STORES, And have made TREMENDOUS RF.DUCTIONS In our price*. WE CHALLENGE COMPETITION, And bid Dell** nee to the World. We offer rare inducement* to all in want of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, T nderweur, Hoot* and Shoe*, Huts, Trunks, Valise*, etc. And proclaim, in accents wild, that immense bargain* are to be had at the CLOTHING EMPORIUM J. COHN Oi BROTHER, Who are the only clothing dealer* not to be controlled. Don’t forget the place: Main street, third door below Dunn. J. COHN BROTHER, jy22-tf Hamilton. ■ -g" 111 ■■ L " JOSIAH HOSMER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wholesale and Retail dealer in Flour, Grain, Provisions, BUTTER, ECCS, AC., AC. PIIH IIE CITY, Ely District, Nov. Fire-Proof Warehoosc Attached. Good* Stored — OB — SOLD ON COMMISSION. Best of Refereuce Given. JclS-ld San Francisco BOOT AND SHOE STORE. MOTS I BOBU I! BOOTS til Shoes! Shoos!! Nhoos!!! Rear lu mind that J. CALISHER & CO., Corner of Main and Hamilton sts.. Are the only exclusive dealer* in Boot* and Hhne*. Oiv* them a call. auT-tf .«r», an3>tf Bankers, ^Masers, Itr. THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. CAPITAL,.. *6,000,000. W1XXTB rum JOHN A. PAXTON.AO®NT. II.VILTO* AOSYCY.W. P. WlI.L.ED, C.KIK, . 1'HiS AGENCY OP THE BANK OP CALIFORNIA rmlraDepMlU, rf on l.m.nd ,ft)Mr on OpaaAMMkl or on Certificate* of Deposit* payable (nt the option of the holder) either at the above Office or in 8an Frauelaee. PURCHASE ANO 8RAHT DRAFTS DR NKW YORK, BOSTON, VIRGINIA, BAN FRANCISCO, SACRAMENTO, GOLD HILL, AUSTIN, BELMONT, LONDON. DUBLIN. And all principal place* in California. Undertake Collection*, and pnrchaae Bul lion at th* mmt tameable rate*, or advanrn thereon if ccnatirtwd to the parent Bank in fba Francisco. Also, make advance* on bee* bn 111 cm. Legal Tenders Bought and Sold White Pine. Nev., Feb. 7. 1870, an8-tf SPECIAL NOTICE. ON AND AFTER JULY IB. 1870, THE Agency of the Bank of California, and the Banking Department of Welle, Fargo k Oo., will open at 9 a. m. and done at 3 p. m. JOHN A. PAXTON, Agent Bank of California. HOMER S. KINO. anl-tf Agent Welle, Fargo It Co. P. M. EDER & CO., BANKBRS, Blko, NeirAdA. I EXCHANGE FOR BALE OX ATLANTIC j and European cities. •r Drafts on San Francisco, Sacramento. Austin. Hamilton and Treanure City. tar Purcha*e Bullion, make Collection*, and discount commercial pajier. Buy and *ell Currency. aul-tf P. M. EDER & CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION. O FFIGE8: 413 Montgomery afreet.Han Franciaco Railroad Depot...Elko At Reilly k Woodberry’*.Hamilton I FORWARDING CHARGES. UNTIL FUR 1 THER notice, ONE DOLLAR PER TUN. Office of Beaehey, Wine* k Co.** Feat Freight. at Elko. F<»r epeclal contract*, nee ID. A. MEYENDOHFF, Agent, Hamilton. Contract* made for freight. Bullion received and tdiipped. at the lowe*t rates, either to Bi»n Franciaco or New York. au4-tf T. M. LUTHER, ASS ATHn, Shermantown, Nov. au5-tf VAN WYCK <1 CO., lalo of Virginia City and Hold Hill, AssATana, Main street, Hamilton, Jyl2tf fSncceaaora to Tbeal k Co.) LIEBENAU & JANIN, Assayers and Metallurgists, Shor xn auto Tar XX . Jyaa-tf Agency for the 8ale of QUICK8ILVER PROM THE NEW ALMADEN MINES, —IS AT THE— Agency of Bank of Calllfornla, •uti Hamilton. -ti TREASURE HILL S.M.&M.CO. I^ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE, AND until further notice, ORE WILL BE MILLED BIG SMOKY MILL A T $10 PZSn. TITWy And payment made, prompt, at onr usual rate of percentage. BEN. M. BUSH. Agent. WM. lfcCASRlLL, Bup't. Hamilton, Nev., June W, 1870. jy23-tf fflisrrllanfous. TO THE PUBLIC! THE OLD PIONEER PHOTOGRAPHER In the Field Again. Having started a photographic Gallery which, for elegance aud comfort, Im not excelled, I respectfully solicit from my old fiatrous and the public at large a share of their avor. Pictures of all branches known to th« art taken in the latent style. Satisfaction war rnutcil. l’rices reasonable. Do n't miss the place: Gallery opposite Red Frank Whaeler’*, up stairs. Will toach the art to Lady or Gentle, man. jy27-tf HERMAN KRAT’SE, Photographer POST-OFFICE BOOKSTORE, Hamilton, Nevada, RUSSELL BROTHERS. -r>EAL£*H IX - Books, Stationery, Magazines. Newspapers, Variety Qoode, Cigars and Tobaoeo. Rl’SSKLL BROTH Kits ABB Special ageiitHat Whit.- Pine MSMIMmgfL, for the i'alifornia and Xevada Daily any Weekly Newspapers. 'w/mtKtam WHiibecriptioua received, ami subscribers in Hamilton and Treasure City nerved with paper* Immediately after arrival of Express, every aay. The PoatofHce Circalailag Library I IF*New books added from time to time.NBi au6-tf Notice to Creditors. 1.WATE OF JAMES A. SMITH, DECEASED. J —Notice Is hereby given, by the under signed, Administrstor of the Estate of Jkmes A. Hmith. deceased, to the creditors of and all per sons having claims agaiust the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary voucher*, within ten mouths after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administration, St the office of F. W. Cole, Hunter street, Hamilton, White Pine county. HENRY A. YOUNG, Administrstor of the Estate of James A. Smith, deceased. Dated Hamlltou, August 3, 1870. au3-4w NOTXOH 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OK Count, ComwImIumm o( White Mate count, xtll noli .1 public auction. »t the Court butane of wilt county, on SATl’ItBAT, Augiteff*. MIO, >1 13 o’clock iu.. the Mlowinf-deacribetl M»m» to wit: Lois 3 end 3. in block RX In the tpw» at Swsneea. on which l« situated the old Count) I Hcepltel, together with Mild Hospital Btliidlne Br order of the Bowd. Attest: H. M. EDDT. Clerk Hemtltnn Nrv . Juivltl. tWO. Jylft-td J.'H-’lw FORBES k 00.. Mat. nfrem.