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WHITE PINE DAILY 'NEWS.
Sunday, August 14. ^18 70. local Entrlligrnrr. KTOrKHOLUEKN DIKWTOHV. jjglf—MK\TS LKVIKD AND VKTA l» OK WfllTR MKR STOCKS. firm* of Mine. \Uvird.\Ver Skr\Minqt\ Salt. Evou'gHtar.No.llApr.4 .05 Aug. 1 Aug 24 Jennie A.Omn'Ol.IJiw.M .10 July 25 Aug. 15 Aurora Oouaull'il July 7 5.00 Aug. 10 Sept. 1 noonday. Ju!y2o * Aug. 24 Sept.IS Silver Vault.July* 05 Aug. 25 Sept.la Nevatla I.. AM July 111 01 Aug. 11 Aug. 20 Pogonip Flat. . . Jun.l5j .1)5 Aug. 2 Aug 1" OUR MIWIKO REVIEW For the AAVrk ending Annual 15. There hnve her .i but very few material rlinngos in our lending mines nn Treas ure Mill; but there is a greater desire on the part of owners of mines to go to work and develop them since the recent strikes in the Anrora South, Silver Wave and Silver Wedge. These mines still continue to take ore from the largo Imdies recently struck. Many of the mines on which work has bceu recently commenced, show good results, which some give promise of soon developing into first class mines. There are a great many mines that have largo quantities of low grade ores on their dnmps, and could be turned to account if mills were owned in connection with them. The Consolidated Chloride Flat is working a number of moil on the several locations of the company. Outside Districts are giving cncourng evidence of their abundance of ores. Pinto, Kern, Robinson, Piermont and a number of others, will soon add to our bullion shipments. The base metal mines are being worked to a great extent—the most of them awaiting the completion of Governor Matteson’s smelting and separating works, upon which work is being vigor ously prosecuted, and will in a short time he in running order; when the mine owners of the Base Metal Bunge will be able to ascertain the value of their ores and get their returns here, instead of waiting from (JO to 90 days. The Walsh aud Bath burn furnaces are running steadily on smelting ores—the former on ore from the Trench mine. The shipment of base bullion for the past week foots up 9,000 pounds. The shipment of flue bullion, $32,284.0*2. Aurora South—This mine is still being worked in that rich body recently struck, and shipping 40 to 50 tuns daily to the Stanford mill. Addington.—A nuiulier of men are at work on this mine, which is looking well. Several tuns of ore have been worked, producing $300. We are in formed tfiat parties East nro negotiating for this mine. • Autumn No. 2. Quite a force of men art1 at work on this valuable mine. They are in a streak of rich ore. Aurora Consolidated Several of this company’s claims are being worked, tak ing out some good rock. Bourbon—This mine is locuted on Lower Chloride Elat. Have struck a liody of good ore; 40 tuns on the dump now being assorted. Chloride Flat Company Working a number of their locations and assorting the different dump piles; have a good force of men at work. Emigrant—This mine is being worked, and several tuns have been shipped for milling. El Dorado and Black Cloud — These two mines are being worked with a largo force of men, amL are in some good on*. We may expect To hear of these mines being among the leading ones before a great while. Gorilla— Working a number of men in a drift to the north, and have struck a seam of milling ore. iireni isumii Mining iMmpany—jnis company is vigorously prosecuting the work on the Wabasn, Hemlock and Glacier locations. Hits struck good ore in the Wabash, and has about 50 tuns of ore on the dump. Iceberg South—Is working, and lias some good indications. Mammoth—Two drifts Wing run, one on the 30-foot level, running easterly, showing good ore; the other, from the lHittoin of the incline, running in the same direction, in quart/, and spar; pros pects favorable. Has about 50 tuns of unassorted ore on the dump Original Hidden Treasure—The force on this mine has been reduced until the two shafts, now commenced, are iu good shape, when a larger number of men will b» employed. Are in good ore; shipping about 40 tuns per day to two mills. Posthole—This mine is Wing worked under a lease; but as yet have made no new developments. Red Rover—Mine looking well; still working in a body of rich ore. Silver Wave—Working in the body of me lately struck, which still looks well. Shipped 50 tuns of ore to mill last week. Silver Wedge A number of men are employed on this mine, nnd are in a good body of first-class ore. BASK MKTAL. Butler—This mine has a shaft down about 34 foot, the ledge Wing almost per pendicular, varying from 10 to 20 inches in width, and iu good ore. Assays $120 in silver, and 40 per cent, in lead. Empress Josephine—Located near the Imperial, has a large force at work, and bids fair to become one of the best mines on the range. Elko—Nothing doing on this mine at present. Has a large amount of first class ore on the dump. Erie—The mine being in litigation, no work in going on in consequence. Great Valley—The tunnel shows con siderable good ore. The shaft, now down H’i0 feet, shows good indications. Imperial Point—Work still going on with encouraging prospects. District Court W. If R Ratty, J. Saturday, August 11. The following business was transacted in this Court: Cook vs. Irwin; motion for new trial continued until Saturday next. Trench vs. Ilendrie; referred to J. O’I farrow to tnke an accounting, and de fendant ordered to enter into bonds for costa, he Wing a non resident. Luther va. Osborne et ul.; cause still on tiial. Wilson vs. Fulton; plaintiff allowed to go on ground with witnesses to make survey. Cristie vs. Mineral City; A. K. Ste phens substituted nnd judgment ren dered for plaintiff. All causes vs. Consolidated Silver Ware dismissed. Ci.rn Organization.—The Democrats of Hamilton met last night at the Athe neum. J. R. Kittrell called the meeting to order and stated its object. B. II. Hereford was elected President, and E. B. Ktonehill, W. H. Clayton, J. W. Kel ler Vico Presidents; R. M. Beatty Sec retary, and A. P. Carle Treasurer. A. M. Ilillhouse. Dr. H. A. MeMeans, and Thos. Flitcroft were appointed a Com mittee on By-Law*. The mooting was addressed by Messrs. Kittrell, Htonehill, nnd MeMeans. Personal.—John Van Huron Perry arrived here yesterday, and is looking as hearty as could lie expected, under tlio severe treatment he was compelled to go through in Virginia. Tin* Cniic of P«*(*|ilii|r Tom. 4 A Card ‘ appears in another part of this paper, signed by P. MeCue, denying 1 that he is the notorious ‘ Peeping Tom.’ ho often mentioned in these columns as addicted to the unpleasant custom of looking in at windowH and doors where women are alone—particularly if repos ing or disrobing. On taking the card from McCne, we asked him if he had ever Ireen obliged to leave Silver City or Flint (Idaho) for similar conduct to that In* is accused of here. [He was out on $2,"*00 bonds last evening. J He said he lmd never been obliged to leave either place on snob account; nor any other. We proposed to show him a man who j would say he had been. He went with ! U8, but our witness had retired for the , night. Afterward, some gentlemen ac i companied MeCue to our office, where i he was confronted by Caldwell Wright, I for whom he worked, in the Ida Elmore ! mine. He took Wright aside, and inter | rogated him in an undertone. Wright ; replied, curtly, * Yes. sir, I said so, sav I ho now!’ MeCue called him a liar; and ' the epithet was not cool on the air till I ho received a hit on the temple from which he hied very profusely on the floor. Marshal Duniara promptly arrested both ! parties, preventing further difficulty. MeCue seemed to have an ugly hole in the temple—made, he said, by a six shooter; though we saw none. At the j City Hall Wright was allowed to go on j his own recognizance, and McCne put in ja».' on an additional warrant held at the ‘•me, fur larceny. At the interview in I our office, Wright not only asseverated | what he had before said, but called names | and instances to Mediae's mind. MeCue acknowledged all places of residence, ac quaintance, and occupation, but denied the soft impeachment as to inspection of bed-room windows and the opera-glass aspect of water-closets. The prejudice of the community is strongly hacked by Wright’s evidence as to early history. Republican County Committee.—At ft meeting of this committee, held yo« teiday at the St. Nicholas Saloon, the necessary apportionment of delegntes to the County Convention whs made, and the day of holding the primaries fixed for the flth day of September, and the County Convention to be held on the 10th day of September. A test was adopted to l>e in force at the primaries. Selected a number of Judges, Inspectors and Clerks of election. See advertise ment. Relmious.—Bishop Whitaker, of the Kpiscopnl Church, will hold divine ser vice at the Courthouse in this city at 11 a. in. to-day, and at the Schoolhouse in Bhermantown ut 1% p. m. All per sons are cordially invited to attend Rev. A. N. Fisher will preach at the Courthouse in this city this evening at 8 o’clock Rev. W. (’. Gray will pleach in Treasure City to-day at 11 a. in. and 8 p. ni. Left foh Ely.- l’at Holland left yes terday for l’ioche, on Hatch A Kiplin ger's line, for the purpose of making the necessary arrangements to publish liia paper, which will make its first appear ance about the 1st of September. We wish him success in his enterprise. Deputy 1T.*S. Collector. Homer S. King has been appointed Deputy V. S. Collector for this District. The present incumbent, Mr. Meekins, will leave here to-morrow, to remain at headquarters in Virginia City. Go to C. R. Alexander’s for your drugs. fe7-tf fflisrrllanrous. DR. S. A. McMEANS' SYSTEM OF PRACTICE IN RHEUMATIC CASES, BARED UPON PATHOLOGICAL INVKHTIG ATIOXM. IVF'T sa!.- by G. It ALEXANDER. Druggist. Main street. Hamilton. Jy'-Kt-tf cmouLAn. LEAD AND SILVER BARS. ALSO, LEAD AND SILVER ORES. 'IMIE • HEI.BY LEAD AND BILVEIt SMELT I I NO AND REFINING COMPANY,* having mad. Ur#*- addition* to their Work*, are pre pared to receive, in any quantity. Lead Bullion containing Silver and Gold. Return*, in all caaea, will lie mad<- promptly in twenty days from the receipt of the bullion in Han Francisco. Ret urns for Gab na Orea containing Hilver w ill In- made within thirty day from delivery in Han Franclarn. Them- orea should be concentrated so as to assay fifty per cent, in Lead. They are alan inert nslng their Work* for the reduction of Rich Hilver Ores. This addition Will ue completed about the 15th of Heptemlier. freight and shipping charge s advanced on shipments to these Works, provided the amount doea not exceed the net value of the shipment. THOB. H. HEI.BY k CO. Han Francisco, Cal., July ‘JH, 1870. au3-2w AUBURN MILLS, H3DISJO, NEVADA. THE NEVADA LAND & MINING COMPANY, (mm it tn r»,) WILL PURCHASE SILVER ORES, IN ANY QUANTITY. AT THE FOLLOWING NET rates: On Orea Assaying per tun 140, 25 per cent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tun *50, 30 per cent. of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per Inn MO, 37S percent, of Assay Value. On Ora* Assaying per tun *70. 40 per c«*nt. of Assay Value. On Ore* Assaying per tun fso, 43 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ore* Assaying per tun *00, 48 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *100. 60 per cent, of Assay Value. On On'S Assaying per tun *125, 68 per cent, of Assay Value. On On*s Assaying per tun *150, 00 percent, of Assay Value. On On>* Assaying per tun *175, (VI per cent. <>f Assay Value. On On*a Assaying per tun *200, 65 percent, of Assay Value. Ou On*s Assaying per tun *250, 68 percent, of Assay Value. On On's Assaying per tun *276, 70 percent, of Assay Value On Orea Assaying per tun *300. 72 percent, of Assay Value. Oil Orea Assaying per tun *350. 74 percent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tun *400. 77 per cent, of Assay Value. On On's Assaying per tun *500, 78 per cent, of Assay Value. Ou Ores Assaying per tun 9800, 79 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *700. 81 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tnu *800. 82 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *900, 88 percent. <»f Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun *1,000, 84 per cent, of Assay Value. No charge for milling, sampling, or assays. Gold, upwards of *20 and not exceeding f 100 per tun. contained In silver ore*, will lie paid for at above ratea. Asaava guaranteed to correapoml with the lr. H. Mint. Ore Hacks returned to shipper* fn-e of rail road charges. Orea sampled by Battery or Crusher, at option of ahlpper. J. J. DrNNK, Manager. Reno, Nev.. June 1, 1870. ail7-tf I Arrival* ait«l Departure*. .lfailVAI.8 i*v wooimrrr a ennob's uxk. Tho* Keogh J Bergen (’apt Ulasdcl Mr* Christie M Roger* John O'llrieu H Porter M Lamb (too Ilcan-t John McMahon M Grulwr John Jeffrie Mrs Jour* l 6 children Ah Min MY MAPBKY, WINE* A **0.*« LINE J V It PelTJ R R Hawkins H I* Green DEPARTURES. BY BKACUEY. WINE* A * O.'h LINE l» W Gage E F Hooker Jos Trench Tboa Day P A Hall (. W Craven A P Co* K J Dougherty my woonaurr a nmoa'a line John Morton C Sutherland W <J Chihh-r* • A HlaM-r A Straus B Hcrg'-n L H Lupluun It H Crocker J N Montgomery John Capmn John Finley Two Chinese MY MATCH A WTLINUER’h ELY LINK. Sarah O'Neal Mrs Ayers Mrs FletchsrAch Miss Sharp H Jenniu J B Van Hagen Democratic Pbimabibh.—The Demo cratic Comity Central Committee met yesterday, at Major 0’Reef's saloon ami added two more delegates to their former appointments, and tiled the 3d day of September for holding their primaries. The Committe adjourned to meet at tin same place on the 20th of August. Fob Pits hk.—Travis, Wilson A* Co.’s stage will leave here on Monday morn ing, at H o’clock, for Ely, with passen gers, freight and mail, making fast time, and good stock all the way. Bnldy Green, driver. This Only Flesh Sin 11 Oysters in Hamilton, are to be found ut Byrne’s old stand, in Terry’s Saloon. Main st. Also, Pigs Feet, Sheeps Tongues, and everything else that ’« good to eat. Fresh oysters by every Express. Travis, Wilson ic Co, will dispatch a stage for Robinson, ou Monday morning, taking passengers, freight and mail. Turkey Dinner at Moch’s to-day. i Give him a call. fRisrrllanrous. »"»- FOR SALE! .1™. r|'HE BREWERY IN YAHOO CANYON, NEAR 1 Hhermautown. First-claas concern; splen did cellar; ‘JOO-gallnn copper kettle, pump, pipes, tuba, ranks, bottles, tanks, cooler t<» cool Down in 4 hours, stoves, and water supplied through out by pipes from spring. Also, alx>ut 100 cords dry wood in the tree, felled, got at easily, ami near brewery. Instructions given in the nrt of brewing, mak ing cider, ginger beer or pop, and vinegar (by a new and quick process, without acids), for con sideration. No. 9 Buck's patent cook-stove, cheap. Apply on premises. •n12-lm STUART CRICHTON. I? art to a rr, Etc. P. A. WAGNER, Main Street, Hamilton, Nevada, — IMPORTER AND DEALER IN — HAHDWARB, Milt and Mining Coods, GAS PIPE, Steam Cas Pipe Fitting, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVE S, Tin and Copper Ware. Cutting and Fitting Gas Pipe, DONE OX SHORT NOTICE. W^All work in our line done with dispatch. nu7.tr J. M. l.AJtKMAN, JOS. OomiABD. PIONEER FOINDRVd MACIIIM: SHOP, Broad and Fifth Nfa., Ila milfoil. pODDAKI) A CO.-STEAM ENGINES " J furnished to order: best Quart/ Mill Ma chinery constructed and repaired. Shoes, Dies, aud other Hard Iron furnished at San Francisco prices with freight added. Having a new plant of tools, arc pit pan'<l to do General Repairing, Blackamithiug. Pipe Cutting, Boiler Repairing. Etc.. Etc. Order* respectfully solicited, and filled w ith diMmtch. jyiVtf PIONBEIl BOILER WORKS ! HAMILTON — WIIITK PINK. VI.T. KINDS OF BOILERS, WROt tiHT IRON Tanks, Water Pipe, Doors and Shutters, Gasometers. Blast Furnaces.Tewer ln»ti ladles. All kinds of Hheetiron Work and Machine Black smithing, etc. Repairing promptly attended to. at the lowest possible terms. J. V. HALL, Practical Boiler Maker. Proprietor. Jy2Vtf F. n. MOTT JR. s n MOTT, « H. FISH. Ban Francisco. Hamilton. Treasure City. MOTT, FISH & CO. TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ii a n id w a he. Mill and Mining Goods, IRON AND STEEL, CAS PIPE, Ntenm nn«l Gun Filling*. ilotiMo Furnishing Good*. StovfM, Tin and Copper Wore. CUTTING AND FITTING GAN P1PK, DONE ON SHOUT NOTICE BOLE AGENTS FOR Jossop’s Celebrated Steel, Luke Superior (Engle) Fuse, TOY. BICKFORD & CO.'S FUSE, G- iant X* o w dor, — AND - DUPONT’S POWDER. nuS-tf MOTT, FIS II A. TO. Ore Bags! Ore Bags! Mine owners and superintendents in want of ORE DAGS will find every sise and quality, at lower price* than they can Im port them from Sail Francisco or the East. Also TENTS, STRAINERS. HOSE, and every de I scriptiou of SAIL-MAKING, at THOMAS FMTCROFT'B, Upper end of Main street, opposite the aull-tf New Courthouse. Hamilton. ASSIGNEE SALE! O V N. DAHLMAN & BROTHER. i rnHlB STORE IS RE-OPENED. AND GOODS l are sold REGARDLESS OF PRICES. All parties indebted to the Ann \rill settle within SO days, or a black list will tie Issued and legal proceedings taken. ; Call and settle, and buy cheap. au'-l-tf L. KRANKF.L, Assignee. F O U N D . A DEED MADE TO W. W. WOODRUFF. Can be found at the St. Nicholas Saloon. anHMf _ - life Insurance. EMPIRE! MUTUAL Life Insurance Co., o r NEW YORK. G, HILTON SCRIBNER, President. SIDNEY W. CROFUT. - • Secretary.1 « TT C C E H N -THE — I CRITERION OF EXCELLENCE! ORDINARY LIFE POLICIES ABSOLUTELY NON -FORFEITABLE F R O M Payment of First Annnal Preminm! SPECIAL INSURANCE NON - FORFEITABLE! After Two Annnal Premiums! One-Third of the Annual Premium Loaned to the party insured, if desired, A X 1) NO NOTE REQUIRED ! THE BUSINESS — OF THE COMPANY I is OX THE MUTUAL PLAN! No evidence could prove | more conclusively how ful ly the public appreciate the new and liberal features of this Company, and the well earned reputation of its leading Officers and Direc tors, than the IMMENSE SUCCESS OF T II K EMPIRE! Unprecedented and Unparalleled BY ANY COMPANY IN EUROPE OR AMERICA! /V Cf K NTH. 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., 3 32 Montgomery street, Kax Fiiaxckco, Cai.., 1 (Opposite Odd Fellows Hull, ground floor,) Managers for the Pacific Coast. jvio-tf Drugs anti jftrtirinrs. G. R. ALEXANDER, DRUttGIST AND APOTHECARY, HAMILTON, J NEVADA, Keeps constantly on hand a kbesh supply of Drags, Medicines and Chemi cals; Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window (Class, Coal Oil, Btc. PERFUMERY, COSMETIC* ANO POMADE*. oahdekt bbbds i •T’Gardtn Seeds, of all kinds, Just received I from the East and California. suft-tf PIONBBI1 DRUG SJT ORE! gw. C. ARMES, Ag’t.g Main street, - - - - Treasure City. —■ m | r* orfu m e ■ , Patent Mediolnea. S7~Pr«-acrlptiona put up, day and night. jy3M CHinrs ant) Liquors. BILE, HAYES A CO., Importers and wholesale Dealers In Fine Wines & Liquors, No. 619 Front street, JylO-tf Ban Francisco, California. I. LANDSBERGER A CO., Manufacturers of SPARKLING WINE!! Dealers In Choice Natife Wines anil Brandies! 423 to 420 Jackson street, Nan Francisco, Cal. Jylft-tf ! M. KANE. T. N. WAND. JAMES Hl’NTKB. HUNTER, WAND A CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Wines and Liquors, Proprietors of HUNTER'S CALIFORNIA WHEAT WHISHT. Also, Agents for Jos. 8. Flnche’s celebrated Pennsylvania Rye Whisky, C07 and fM)9 Front street, near Jackson, Jylfl-tf Hon Francisco, Cal. JAS. SPBUANCR. JOHN SPBUANCE. O. C. CHAPMAN. J. A J. SPRUANCE, SUCCESSORS TO J. C. IIORAN A CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Willos and Ijlquora 415 Front street, aull-tf HAR FRANCISCO. PURE WINES^ND LIQUORS! CHEAPF.lt THAN ANY IN THE STATE! Price put down to suit the times' At the Tollhouse, Swansea. The stock consists of WHITE and RED WINE, WHITE SWEET and CHAMPAGNE WINE, ANGELICA of su perior quality, and California GRAPH BRANDY anil WHISKY! By the gallon, quart or bottle. All orders left at the Warehouse of CLARK k FULLER, corner of Silver and Treasure streets, Hamilton, will lie promptly attended to. Also, -aini'l. - of each kind to be found there, and an invitation to all who may wish to purchase to call and sample it. PETER RICE. Swansea, July 1H. 1870. JyliLtf JHisrrllanrous. ESTRAYS TAKEN UP. TWO HORSES AND Ono Mill Were taken up by the undersigned, in Hteptoe Valley. Any parties owning such stock can have the same by proving property, paying charges and the cost of this advertisement. JOHN RAGSDALE, Hteptoe Valley. Hamilton, Nev., August 12,1070. aul 2-30.1* FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN! A BOARDINGHOUSE AND RESTAURANT. , J\ with 25 to 30 steady Boarders Ueut cheap. | Restaurant fixtures complete, with a flrst-rlitss ; Range. Will be sold cheap, as the owner is j going East. Beil and betiding included. In quire at this office. au2-tf j KOHN & BRO., IMPORTERS OF CLOTHING, BOOTS A SHOES, Domestics, Hats and Blankets, Noil !1 A 11 K St., bet. Front and 9d, SACRAMENTO, CAL. aull-tf KORN’S BAKERY —AND— COFFEE SAL OON. Meals, 13 O Cents. Restaurants and Families supplied with Bread, Pies, Cakes, Dough Nuts, 1 and German Rolls, At Reasonable Rates. aulO-tf SOL. PREISACKER, Proprietor. VIA TOAJNTO! F. F. MARX, General Forwarding — AND — COMMISSION MERCHANT. WILL MAKE ADVANCES ON FREIOHT, ft and Khip ull good* rontdgnrd to liiu rare for any and all Mining Camp. In Soutlirautt'm Nevada, and to all point. In Idaho, fthortvat and boat ronton and FREE rtuida to EGAN CANYON. DEEP CREEK. KERN, PATTERSON, SILVER PARK, ROBINSON, BELMONT, SHOSHONE, PIERMONT, ELY, COOPER, and SACRAMENTO DISTRICTS, And all points adjacent to Spring and Steptoe Valleys. Commissions and Freights The very Lowest. DIRECT CARE OF DIAMOND M, TOANO. jyH-tf r. r. Marx. FRANK CASTAGNETTO, (Successor to Castagnetto It Borbon,) 1)KKPAIIER OP COFFEE BY STEAM, corner of Treasure and Dunn streets, Ham ilton. Chahtrks, Java, Corta Rica, and all Mnds of Coffees, ground and prepared for the table at hiH steam mill. He guarantees his Coffee to be the very purest and best offered for sale in the State of Nevada. nu7-tf BABBITT METAL^XT : tal, for sals cheap, at tbs office of The Dstlv Sew* Crabflrr's ffiuibc. TREASURE CITY PASSENCER LINE. Elegant and oomfoht- . ,1'Sl ABLE .lelKba In Winter,£afiSya8t Mid ewy wi^iiih In Humnit. lWnlu trip., rein or shine, and perfectly safe at all tines. (Tar* \ share of public patronage Is solicited. Jew-tf ALFRED GRANT, Proprietor. HAMILTON AND TREASURE CITY STACE A'sfUft. LINE. Tho Orocn Waiona 117ILL HEREAFTER LEAVE TREASURE JJ CITY AND HAMILTON Every Hour— making eight round tripa dally, carrylr- TVi 11a, Fargo k Oo.'h Express and the United Arete* Mail. Connecting with BEACHY, WINES, k CO.'S STAGES. Paaaeugers and Freight called for at both Cinta. Office at St. Nicholas Saloon, Maln-at. avea with the rnidl for Treasure City every morning, at 7 \i o'clock. au2-tf JAMES HAGAB, Proprietor. HATCH & KIPLIN8ER. mt Through In 24 Hours! SPEED INCREASED — A X D — Faro Reduoed! Fine stock and good coaches leave Hamilton twice a week, TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings, at 8 o'clock. Through In Twenty-four Hours. PssaengerH for Ely will find this much the shortest, cheapest and pleasantest. route. Office-At BARNEY A: JONES’ Brick Store, Main street, Hamilton. Je20-tf XT. 8. MAIL. SOUTHERN MAE & EXPRESS LINE. Wfflfli. SALT LAKE CITY PIOCHE CITY,* ELY DISTRICT. ON JULY 1, 1870. UNDER GOVERNMENT contract for carrying the UNITED STATES MAIL, the undersigned will commence to run 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 State* Mail and Wells, Fargo k Co.'s Express. Stage* will leave Salt Lake City and Pioche City weekly, making the trip in three and n half days. FARE THROUGH. #30-CURRENCY. HUGH WHITE, Proprietor. J. J. HALPIX A CO., Agents at Pioche City. WELLS, FARGO k CO., a*2-tf Agents at Salt Lake City. WOODRUFF & ENNOR’S STAGE LIIffEl rr NEW ROUTE! .£1 CIOAl’HES LEAVE HAMILTON DAILY, AT > 1*4 o'clock m., running through SILVERADO, EUREKA, MINERAL HILL, and RAILROAD DISTRICT, To FA IjISADB, Connecting with the Cars for the West next morning. Fine NEW OOXCORD COACHES and SIX HORSE STOCK. Passengers for the East and West will find this the shortest and pleasantest route. OFFICE: Main street, Hamilton, opposite Wells, Fargo k Co.’s. WE WILL ALSO RUN A FAST FREIGHT LINE FROM PALIS AI)K, OVER THE SAME ROUTE. tr7~ Mark Goods care • W. A E., Palisade.' Parties shipping goods by our line will pierce give notice at our offices, at San Francisco and Sacramento, where they will receive prompt at tention and be forwarded with dispatch. Offices—444 Clay street, San Francisco; 36 J ' street, Sacramento; S3 South C street, Virginia i City; and Mnin street, Hamilton, White Pine. au2-tf WOODRUFF k ENNOR. Proprietors. haiiiHoad Stage AafrigR Line! •EACHEY, WINES Jt CO., PROPRIETORS. CHANCE OF TIME ! ON AND AFTER THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1H70, our stages will leave Hamilton every day at 2 o'clock p. m., connecting with the Central Pacific Railroad at Elko—c» rrying Pas sengers, Express and United States Mails. Arrive in Hamilton at 12 o’clock m. THROUGH TO ELKO IN 17 HOURS! FROM F.LKO TO HAMILTON IN 19 HOURS! VIa Enrols a. This company now has the stocked with Nplendld Nix-Horse Teams, and the Latest Improved Concord Coaches. CHEAP FARE AND 41'ICK TIME 1 IJEN. WINES, Superintendent. HOMER S. KING, Agent. Hamilton, Nev., July 13, 1870. au2-tf HAMILTON AND PIOCHE STAGE LINE! CARRYING The D. S. Mail & W. F. & Co.’s Eipress. I EAVES HAMILTON ON MONDAY AND j THURSDAY, at 8 o'clock a. in. 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. Smoothest anil quickest route. Also, a branch line from Patterson to Silver Park, making close connection with our regular stages. Our road is double stocked with G-horae changes. Satisfaction guaranteed to passengers, or mo ney refunded. TRAVIS, WILSON A: CO., Proprietors. Our FAST FREIGHT LINE will be estab lished in eight days. Merchants in Pioehe, Sil ver Park, and intermediate points, will And it to their advantage to mark goods • Care TRAVIS. WILSON k CO.. Fast Freight.' au4-tf WANTED! rpKAMS, TO CONTRACT FOR HAULING ± Wood. Inquire of J. F. KOPP, Hair-Dressing Saloon, Main street, Opposite St. Nicholas Saloon. auO-tf Hamlltuu, Nev. NOTI OE. ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that I have appointed GEO. BUCHNER my Agent. He will collect all debts due me. JyJU-tf FRED. VOSS. BARNEY & JONE8, SOLE AGENT8 OF THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS X sx Hamilton. _______ • POWDER SUPPLIED, IX A XT QIANTITY, AT THE LOWEST HATES. Main Street, mill on, Maw. tuS-tf ffrabtltr’a ffiutor. CALIFORKJA STEAK NAVIGATION COMPANY liE2_.il THE fast and splendid steamers CHRYSOPOLIS AND CAPITAL, Will leave on alternate daya for San Franctaro, on the arrival of the car*, at IS o clock p. m.. from the foot of K »twt. Steamer UHBYBOPOUS.Foster.Haater.will leave on MONDAYS, W EDNESDAYS and FBI DSUamer CAPITAL. Pool, Maater. wUl leave on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATTHDATS Fare between San Franclaco and Sanuaento will be an follows: __ CABIN.•J-JJ DECK. J™ To ... 1*,w For Marysville and the Intermediate Landing*. The Company'* steamers will leave for Marya vllle and Intermediate landings dally rt midday ISatnnlaya and Sundays eiceptod); Sunday*, at 7 ». m. . For Red Blair. The *t earner RED BLUFF wiU taw fcr M Bluff and intermediate landing* every BATI K DAY, at 7 o'clock a. m. . . . Freight secured on day previou* to departure. For freight or r.a~«e jyM-tf On board brig Globe CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. Tim* Schedule, July I I. 1870. Express rsssger EASTWARD. I Train Sunday | Mixed* [Daily, exoep’d-l_ Hen Francisco.. .I/ve 830 am 430m 730pm Oakland. ** 8:80 " 4:30 " . San Jose. " 8:85 " 835 . Stockton. " 1237pm 8:15" ........ Sacramento.Ar’v 130 " 1030 " 7:40 am Sacramento.L’ve 2:10 " . 930 " Marysville.Ar’v 4 30 " . Chico. " 0:45 11 . 8:30 *‘ Colfax .L’vc 530 " v. 430 ** Reno. " 1:15 am 5:45 AM Winnemucca.... " 9:10" 10:15 pm Battle Mountain. " 12:00 m fl £ 330 am Carlin. “ 3:10 pm >,3 1030 " Elko. " 4:40" 12:30 PM Kelton. " 130 am QfjJ 7:45 am Ogden.Ar*v 630 " *_ 530 " Express Pass’ger WESTWARD. Train, Bundav Mixed* Dai 1 y. exrep’d. Ogden.77777.77..L've 630 pm 7 .. 777 530 tm Kelton. " 10:42" . 1:30 am Elko. " 8:45 am... 7:15 pm Carlin. " 10:15 " . 9:45 " Battle Mountain, " 1:25 pm . 336 am Winnemucca_ " 435 " . 930 " Reno. " 130 am .11:30 " p Colfax. " 8:45 " . 12:50 PM Chleo.,7~ 630 " ...7..7 10:30 am Marysville. " 9:10 " . 230 PM Sacramento.Ar’v 11.25 " . 6:80 " Sacramento.L’ve 11:45 " 730 am 730 " Stockton. " 1:40 pm 8:45" . San Jose.Ar'v 6:30 « 12:45 PM. Oakland. " i 5:30 " 12:10 " . San Francisco... " | 630 " 12:40" 9:30am A. N. TOWTfE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, Pen. Pane. Ag’t. aul-tf ifltscrllancows. F0RWARDIN9 FREE! ■JJ NTIL F1RTHER N 0 T I C F., We will Forward Freight From Elko to White Pine District FREE OF CHARCE! Parties shipping to our care can rely Upon having their Freight Forwarded with Dispatch And At the Lowest Going Rates. Jy27-tf WHITNEY k CO. NOTICE ! FREE FORWARDING! ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, AND UNTIL further notice, I will Forward Freight From ELKO TO WHITE PINE FREE OF CHARGE! I). W. EARL. Elko, Nev., Jun* 27, 1870. Jy27-tf FAST FREIGHT. The fart freight line of w. l. PRITCHARD in in full blant, and running on 66-HOUR8 TIM F, FROM ELKO TO HAMILTON! AND 18 PREPARED TO TAKE ANY AMOUNT OF FREIGHT FROM Elko to White Pine! MARK GOODS CARE PRITCHARD FAST FREIGHT. All goods thus marked will come FREE OF FORWARDING CHARGER AT ELKO. WILL SHIP BUXjIjION, ORB, Or muy other kind of Freight, From HAMILTON to ELKO, OR CONTRACT TO DELIVER ORE, BULLION, ETC., In San Francisco or New York. OFFICE: In Cros*’ Fire-proof Warehouse, Hamilton street, Hamilton, Nev. P. A. BOMMEN, GEO. COWLES. Agent, Elko. Agent, Hamilton. IV. L PRITCHARD, au-4tf Proprietor. N O TICE. OrrxcK Couktt Bubvictor, i Hamilton, Feb. 9, 1H70. f NWESTCOATT. E. L. MASON AND COL. • C. S. BULKLEY are the only Deputy County Surveyors of White Pino county. The appointments of all others have been this day revoked. All accounts due the office will be paid to the above deputies. R. M. WILSON, aull-tf Co. Surveyor White Pine Co.. Nev. BILLY DOUGHERTY, Tonsorial Artist, JA.OBJBOIIJ HOUSE MAIN STREET. HAMILTON, NEVADA. Having moved his shop to the Jackson House, respectfully solicits aeon tinuance of patronage from his old friends and the public generally, at reduced rates. Shaving.'Me. Haib Cotiko.80o. Shampooing.80c. Jed-tf tULIFORNIA CLARET.—A LARGE STOCK l for Mia in quantities to rail. JCH.2W FORBES k 00.. Main itmt.