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WHITE PINE DJILT SEWS.
Tuesday, August Id, 1870. local Intflllffmcr. stockholder* dirkctorv. 4„,M«r.'TS MCVIKli ZKI> t'MAl' 0» "HITE riNK htthkh. VflW, of Mine. , Lcrird.\l>rr Skr\l>fl nqt\ Salr. ' . h",ar No 11Apr. .4 .<W All#. 1 Auk- ‘24 Kvt-n K • j ’j,ln «2i> .10 July‘25 Auk 1* July ”> ft.iN' Auk-10 9ppt. 1 'ur"7‘ n , July 2. .jn Aug.'« » im ’rViiiit . .Julyau ,«r. Aug a* Hepi.l* ul.nl A M July 11 -01 Atlg. 11 Auk. 2* Tgif-I-A JW Aug. a Aug. IS Ocn Fins Dkpaiitmfst. There lias been considerable dissatisfaction ex opessed among tbe members of tbe De partment, on the grounds thut the Board „f (ity Trustees refuses to pass tlie bills for repairs on apparatus, which were ac tually needed, in order to keep them in „ good and serviceable condition for (he protecUon of property in our city, j„ i-ase of the breaking out of afire. Neither of the companies in our Depart ment havo members enough at tho pres time who can afford to nay the neces sary amount which would be required to ].,,/n their apparatus in good order. Hie Department only consists of three com names, but we can safely say that it is ns - uicif.iit n one as there is anywhere, f,Tits size. The fires at Gold Hill and Davton are snffloient to show what a De partment as large as the one we hive, would have been aide to do; and espo eiallv in Dayton, where a large amount " ' property ’was destroyed. We think our citizens ouglit to look into this mat t,.r for it is mnoh belter to do it before than after a fire; and more so, for the safety and protection of their property. Heretofore the companies were com Wlled to solicit subscriptions from our citizens to psv for the necessary repairs, md we think it would be better to eon tribute once a year to a fund for the pur pose of defraying the necessary expenses, such as repairs of hose and apparatus. The Board of Delegates has had several plans and discussions at its meetings, in order to arrive at some means tiy which the Department ran bo kept up, without railing upon the citizens for sub scriptions, thereby some tai-psyers pay ing more than others; and in conse quence of this, the Hoard of Delegates selected s committee to petition tbe Board of City Trustees lo levy a tax of one quarter of one per cent, oil alt tho taxable property in Hamilton City, and creating a fund for the Fire Depart ment, from which all tho necessary re pairs shall lie paid; and in this way it will fall on all tax payers in proportion In contribute for tbe support of the Fire Department, once a year, instead of Isung called upon two or three times. We hope the proposition will tie well re reived by our citizens, ss we have been assured by the members of the Depart ment that unless something is done very soon Ibe different companies will lie compelled to disband, and thus h ave the property at the mercy of a fire. The Board of City Trustees ought to take this matter iuto consideration at once, anil take some action on it. Ax UmucmMTKBKp (Jrerr.— Saturday i night, Marshal Du mars found a guest lodged in one room of the City Hall, of whom no deputy or policeman eonld give ; an account, ami referring to the slate, , there found no mention of hit customer. 1 The cell was locked, th<* key in its proper place, and everything else in ts usual condition. The fellow said he had been placed there by some officer, he sup posed. hut being pretty tight at the time, could not remember how his captor looked. He was kept till Sunday morn ing. when, there Wing no charge entered against him, he wa* turned out and per mitted to again air himself in freedom, without contributing to the city treasury the usual fee required of persous who occupy a lodging-room in that insti tution. John I. Oinn, f< riucrly connected with the local department of The Daily News, writes to a friend in this city that ho is soon to assume control of The Silver State, published at Cnionville. Humboldt county, which will, under his manage ment, appear an a Democratic organ. While we can not sympathise with the ‘ lost cause,’ to the resurrection of which from its paleozoic fossilification he is to • waste his sweetness,’ etc., financially we wish him success. Let his Demo cratic fiiends in this section extend him aid ami comfort: for he is to be com miserated. SrnnKx Death at Piochk.—Chas. A. W ake, Esq., Judge of the Ninth Judicial District Court (comprising the county of Lincoln), died at Pioche City, on Fri day, the l'2tb instant, after an illness of a few days. Deceased w as an old resi dent of the Pacific (’oast, a lawyer of fair ability, and had occupied* several j positions of prominence in this State and California. His age was about 45 years, lie formerly resided in Churchill county, and subsequently at Belmont, Nye county, whence he removed to Lin coln Set rou To-Day.—The following cases are set for to-day in tho District Court: ('. Applegarth vs. C. Wright; J. MeEvoy et al. vs. W. B. Spnng et al.; J. L. Bale vs. Cons. S. W. Co.; r. Welsh et nl. vs. Cavcnaugh et al ; W. Hamilton et al. vs. John Steele et nl.; C. Carpenter vs. J. N. Smith et al.; E A. Owen et al. (ad ministrator) vb. P. Christie et al.; J. 1*. Hagan vs. Wm. Kcherr; G. W. Cassidy vm. C. A. V. Putnam et al.; Bussell Bros, vs. Wylnnd et al.; Charles Karhstein vs. J. M. Mateer. Painful Am punt. Having iniHsed, for a longer time thnn usual, the smiling face of Wallace Kiplinger (of the Pioche stage line) from our midst, upon inquiry we learn that he met with n painful acci dent at Pioche City, about a week ago, which has temporarily disabled him. AA hilo lifting a heavy bar of bullion, it h ll and struck his foot, mashing it pretty badly. He is getting along finely, though, and will soon bo alsiut, as lively us ever. Fiukndb of Phcshia. Tho Germans of this city and vicinity are to hold a mass meeting, at the City Hall, Wednesday evening, 17th instant, for the purpose of organizing an Aid Society, the object of which will he to contribute money, etc., b» their friends in Europe whom the for tunes of war have rendered needy. All who sympathize with Prussia lu the “druggie with Vrance are invited to at tend. At Home Aoain. Lewis Cook, County treasurer, arrived from San Francisco yesterday, whither lie had been to ac company the remains ofhis son, Morris. Tho funeral of tho deceased boy took J>lace August 1st, and he now reposes >u flip Jewish Cemetery, at Lone Moun tain. Uiioceuikh, Etc. - Lewis Cook, suc cessor to Cook Bros., as will he seen by reference to our advertising columns, is prepared to supply tho inhabitants of Hamilton, Treasure Citv, and iu fact, the whole country with all kinds of goods. WonKMKN Duchahued.—From 50 to <-» miners were discharged, on Saturday last, from the Original Hidden Treasure m»ne, in compliance with orders from Han Francisco. But about 2.5 miners, we are informed, are now employed in the mine. Fukirkro District.—Bark licuton.— Messrs. Timmerman & Bassett have just brought in from Freiberg District 14(X) pounds of base bullion, for assay and u market. Freiberg is one of the most promising mining districts of East ern Nevada, is situated about 14(1 miles sonlliessterlj- from Hamilton, niton the road from Reveille to Pahranagat, aud embraces a portion of the obi Worthing ton District. We are informed by tbo gentlemen above named that there are at present six or eight different companies in this district engaged in working pay ing mines, while others are prospecting and developing to a limited extent Messrs. Timmerman it Bassett have erected a furnace there—the only reduc tion works of any kind in the district— which is now in successful operation and by the agency of which the bullion brought in was produced—from ores of the Challenge and (jorgonn mines. The assay of bullion we have not learned, but former lots have assayed in silver per tun respectively $NnO, ' $1,11X1 and $2,100. The ores of Freiberg District are almost solely of the sort denomi nated base, generally containing from 20 to 40 per cent, of lead, 5 to 10 per cent, of antimony, aotno copper, and carrying the royal metals in paying quantities, frequently yielding an appreciable amount of gold. Enlarged facilities for reduction are needed, and nothing but the stringency of the money market prevents the immediate erection of more extensive works ill the district. The Shouto mine, owned by Earust, 1ms been sold within the past few days for a large sum to well known Hamilton par ties and it portion of the purchase money pnid down. It is undoubtedly a Hue property, the ledge having been stripped to the width of 30 feet, and an incline stiuk thereupon to the depth of 25 feet, disclosing a continuous body of ore con taining nearly fin per cent, bail and assaying iu silver from $:KXI to $2,1X10 the tun. We may expect brilliant re ports from Freiberg District in the future. TERiitXATKP. The suit entitled Luther vs. Osborne, on trial for several days past ill the District Court, was decided last evening by n verdict for plaintiff. Considerable feeling was manifested iu the result of the suit—involving, as it did, the title to valuable mining ground on Treasure Hill. BULLION fobwardkd.—Hells, Fargo A Co., on Sunday, shipped to Parker Hand, New York, two bars bullion, valued at $2,507.00. Shipped yesterday, 11 bars, weighing 1,328 pounds, value $8,057.90, from the Meadow Valiev Co. to L. L. Robinson, San Francisco. Thk Only Fresh Shell Oysters in Hamilton, aro to be found at Byrne’s old stand, in Perrv's Saloon, Main st. Also. Pigs Feet, Cheeps Tongues, and everything else that s good to eat. Fresh oysters by every Express. For Ely.—Hatch A Kiplinger s stage will leave for Ely this morning, with a six-horse team and changes of good stock all the wav throngh carrying passengers and freight. Bullion from Ely. On Sunday even ing Hatch A Kiplinger’s stage brought in 1.5(H) pounds of bullion from the Meadow Valley Company. A Candidate.—Frank Ammon has an nounced himself a candidate for the State Senate on the Democratic ticket. Ciianok or Time. Beachey, Wines A* Co.’s stage for Elko, via Eureka, will, on and after to-day, leave at 1 o'clock p. ni. Trial Juror*. All jurors summoned for this term of the District Court, arc notified to he iu attendance punctually at 10 o’clock this morning. There is a dispatche in the telegraph office, in this city, for 8. C. Bassett. Bka'HV, Winks A Co.'s Staok will leave after tbi* date at 2 o'doek p.ro. * Co to C. R. Alexander’s for your drug*. fi'7-tf fflisrrllanrous. DR. S. A. McMEANS' SYSTEM OF PRACTICE IN RHEUMATIC CASES, BASED UPON PATIIOLOUIC lb INVEMTIOATIONS. Fur sale by O. R. ALEXANDER, DruggUt. Mam street, Hamilton. jy_»:» if AUBURN MILLS, nEMO. NEVADA. THE NEVADA LAND & MINING COMPANY, (LIMIT K I) ,) WILL PURCHASE SILVER ORES, IN ANY QUANTITY, AT THE FOLLOWING NET rates On Orea Assaying per tnn #40, 9ft percent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assuring per tun #50, 30 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying i«er tun $60, 37 S, percent. of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tun #70, 40 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ore* Assaying i>er tun $80, 43 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun #90, 48 per cent, of Assay Value. on Orea Assaying per tun $100, 50 per cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $125, 50 per cent, of Assay Value. «>n Ores Assaying per tnn $150 fio per cent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tun $175, fsl percent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tun $900, 65 percent, of Assay Value. On On-s Assaying per tun $250, 08 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying j»er tun $275, 70 percent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tnn f:K10, 72 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $360, 74 percent, of Assay Value. On Orea Assaying per tun #400, 77 percent, of \asny Value. On Ores Assaying i*er tun $500, 78 percent, of Assay Value. On On-s Assaying per tun $000, 79 percent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $700, hi percent, of Assay Value. t)n Ores Assaying per tun $800, 82 ja r cent, of Assay Value. On Ores Assaying per tun $900, 83 (ter rent, of Assay Value. On ores Assaying per tun $1,000, 84 percent, of Assay Value. No charge for milling, sampling, or assay*. Gold, upward* of $90 and not exceeding lino per tun. contained in silver ores, will lie p*Ul for at above rate*. Assay* guaranteed to correspond with the V. S. Mint. Ore Hacks returned to sliipi>cra free of rail road chorgea. ores sampled by Battery or Crusher, at option of shipper. •I. J. Dt \NE. Manager. lieno, Nev., June 1,1870. au7-tf PUBLIC NOTICE. \IfK HAVE THIH DAY 801,D ALL OUR ff stock and Interest In store* in Hamilton and Treasure City, White Pine, to LEWIS COOK. ISAAC COOK. JOHN A. COOK. Han Francisco, August 2,1870. aull-tf x. o. o. r. Hamilton lodge. u. i o. o. k„ mr.tR i v. ry SATURDAY EVENING *t M» annir Hall, Trraanrt* atrret. AU Brotlirra in gituil atariiliiiK art) Invited to attend .1 MAWIIANT, N. Cl. R. H.nni.rit, R. ». jjrOT-If 1 ' *" Arrival* and D«|»art nrr*. ARRIVALS nr V H.oKurr a Exxon* line. J Mutlnson p II Joire h J darling A Lerveuthal U Htandard I) II Hall i *J Frank ( has Hill Chaa Hill Williams Peter Bice A Casteel W Jackson H 8 Mamdde Billy Evans i Mrs Mary Work I- O Connan N Weatcot i k 2 children P J Hagen E W Blank 11 ! David Knight s Donke I HavHand Geo Hurst (V ile W ild< r Pat McGee j Tlios White BT IlE.WHEY, WINE* * CO.’* USE. ; H BatvlayA wife W E Hawkins Mr Cook K C Waller Robt Inaet N Wines i J H Garrett Thoa Tregona Mr Rahliuan | 8 Hawkins Gen P Street W J Wilson Mr Ordway C D Gile BY HATCH A KII’LtXOKIt'* ELY LINE. ! Mrs McAlpiue <’haa Ilinmau L Gates ! W G Seeley Mrs F Hilp 0 Hariinan E Olds Mr Arons Mr Adams Win OImiIi G W Mctlnre Mrs F Bessie A I. Kenyon Kit Karaon DEPARTURES. BY WOODRUFF * KNNOR'B LINK. Mrs Meyers k J I, Fulton L A Corbin daughter C W Hurman Mra D II Hall i Fred lleniay F W Jackson a B Turner l C Hane & son W McClary H Ashini llobt Hamilton T Hagar Mrs C Davis j J Bickford Richard Pohl 8 Carey , J Bergen W H Cochran BY DF.AC1IEY, WINKS* CO.’S LINK A Filers H Bliss W Oliver | A N Fish, r W Harris E It Hproul D Miekius Thoa Flitcr<»ft 4 Lockwood 8* TRAVIS, WILSON A CO.'* ELY LINK. j W p Glisson 4ns Daniels M J Kourke | Mr Crunnel Wea Travis J Trolanovicli ; Mr Ryan Dr Williamson Hugh Dorau BY TKAVIS. WILSON * CO.'* ROBINSON LIXE. F. C Waller D If Burnham O B Iamb j Geo Street Erin st Moss District Court—W. H. Beatty, 4. Monday, August 15. The following business was transacted in this court to-day: Luther vs. T. B. Osborne—Cause re : humed. Feusier vs. Lsinmon—Motion for new trial overruled, and plaintiff has 10 days’ stay of proceedings. Recorder** Court—J. O. Leconf.y, J. Monday, August 15, 1870. John Doe, for fighting, fined *1 and costs; fine paid; discharged. Hlartitoarr, lEtc. P. A. WAGNER, Main Street, Hamilton, Nevada, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN — HAnnWARE, Mill and Mining Goods, CAS PI PE, Steam Cas Pipe Fitting, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVE JS, Tin and Copper Ware. Cutting and Fitting Gas Pipe, DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. gJ^All work in our line done with dl*pHtch. au7-tf J. M. Laki.man, Jo*. Goddard. H0\EEH FOI NDHYd MACHINE SHOP, llioitil and Finh St*., Ilimilltoii. /lODIMRD <fc CO.—STEAM ENGINES *1 furnished to order; beat Quart/ Mill Ma chinery count meted and repaired. Shoe*. Die*, amt other Hard Iron furnished at San Franeiaco price* with freight added. Having a new plant iif tools, an- prepared to do General Repairing, Blink smithing, Pipe Cutting, Boiler Impairing. Etc.. Etc. Orders r« sp-ctfully HollclD-d, end filled with d i *i>ot ch. Jy25-tf PIONEER BOILER WORKS! HAMILTON—WHITE PINK. A LL KINDS OF BOII.EHS. WROI’OIIT IRON J\ Tank*, Water Pipe, Doom and*Mhnttrr*. < ms.iui't* r>. Blast Furnace*, Tewer Iron I juth-s. All kind* of Shectiroit Workaud Machine Hlack nu'ithing, etc. Repairing promptly attended to. at the lowcat possible term*. J. V. HALL, Practical Boiler Maker, Proprietor. * Jy25-tf K. n. MOTT.JB. J. O. Mo-rr, O. B. FWH, San Franctaeo. Hamilton. Treasure City. MOTT, FISH & CO. TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON, IMroUTF.ns AND DF.ALE1IS IN HARD W A HE, Mill and Mining Cooda, IRON AND STEEL. CAS PIPE, Steam uml G:** Fining*, lliiiue Piirnlatilnjf Goods Stove*. I'll* mill Cop|H-r Ware. PITTING AND FITTING GAS PIPE, DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. ROLE AGKNTH FOB Jossop’s Celebrated Steel, Ijike Su|M'ilor (Eagle) Fiue, TOY. BICKFORD &. CO.'S FUSE. Qlaat Powdov, - \N'n — DUPONT’S POWDER. tll3.tr MOTT. FISH CO. Ore Bags! Ore Bags! Mine owners and htterintendentf In want of ORE BAOS will find every site and nuality, nt lower prices than they rnn im port llii'iii fn*m Sun Francisco or the East. .\ls<i TENTH, STRAINERS. IIOHE, and every de scription of HAIIi-M AKTNU. nt THOMAS FMTCROFT’S. Fppcr end of Mnili street, opposite the aull.tf New Courthouse. Hamilton. fthsrrllanrous. ASSIGNEE SALE! o r N. DAHLMAN & BROTHER. r|al|IK STORE IS RE-OPENED. AND GOODS | are sold REGARDLESS OF PRICES. All parties indebted to the Arm Will settle within nays, or it black lint will Is- issued and legal proceedings taken. Cull and settle, and buy eligap. anil-If L. FRANKEL, Assignee. TO THE PUBLIC! In the Field Again. H AVI Nil HTAHTK.ll A PHOTOOBAPHIf Gallery which, for elegance and comfort, b not excelled, I respectfully solicit from my old patrons and the public at large a share of theii favor. Pictures of all branches known to the art taken in the latest atyle. Satisfaction war ranted. Price* reasonable. Do n’t mis* Up place: Gallery opposite Red Frank Wheeler’s, up stairs. Will toarh the art to Lady or Gentle man. JjrtT-tf HERMAN KRAT HE, Photographer lift Insurance. EMPIRE MUTUAL Life Insurance Co., O P NEW YORK. G. HILTON SCRIBNER, President. SIDNEY W. CROFUT. - ■ Secretary. -o | • ! H JJ O C E H H -THE CRITERION OF EXCELLENCE! i ORDINARY LIFE POLICIES ABSOLUTELY NONFORFEITABLE r ROM Payment of First Annual Premium! I SPECIAL INSURANCE NON - FORFEITABLE! Alter Two Animal Premiums! One-Third of the Annual Premium Loaned to the party insured, if «i. -sirr-a. ASD NO NOTE REQUIRED! * THE BUSINESS — OK — THE (COMPANY IS ON 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 aud Unparalleled BY ANY COMPANY IN EUROPE OR AMERICA! a <; k x rr s . Applications for Agencies in places where the Empire ■i is not already represented will be received only from parties who can give un doubted references as to qualifications and integri ty, and should bo address ed to the undersigned. 0. F. VON RHEIN & CO., 332 Montgomery street, San Francisco, O.al., (Opposite (Md Fellow* Hull, ground floor,) Managers for the Pacific Coast. jvao-tr Drugs MM flSrtirinrs. C. R. ALEXANDER, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, IIAMIIiTON-, NEVADA, Keeps constantly on hand a fresh supply of Drugs, Medicines and Chemi cals ; Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Window Glass, Coal Oil, Etc. PERFUMERY, COSMETICS AND POMADES. gauden seeds i MF’Garden Seeds, of all kind*. just received from the Ea*t and California. autt-tf PIOINTEEH DRUG STORE! $W. C. ARMIES, Mnln ,lrpfl, .... Tr.,*nrp City, D r ti c a, , JE* o r f u m o m , Fatont Modiclnoa. B^-prtrscriptioitR pul up, day and night, jylfi SHuics anti liquors. BILE, HAYES & CO., Importers and wholesale Dealers in Fine Wines & Liquors, No. AID Front street, JylO-tf Han Francisco, California. I. LANDSBERBER & CO., Manufacturers of SPARKLING WINE! Dealers in Choice Native Wines and Brandies! 423 to 420 Jackson street. Nan Fi*ais«’l«<'o, C'al. jylC-tf M. KAN*. T. N. WAND. JAMES nUNTEH. HUNTER, WAND & CO., Importers and Whole sale Dealers in Wines and Liquors, Proprietors of HUNTER’S CALIFORNIA WHEAT WHISKY. Also, Agents for Jos. 8. Finche's celebrated Pennsylvania Rye Whisky, WIT and Bii9 Front street, near Jackson, Jyl6-tf Han Francisco, Cal. jam. spur a xrr. johx arar axck. r. c. chapman. J. & J. SPRUANCE, 8UCCER80RR TO C. HORAN & CO., Importer* and Wholesale Dealer* in ^/Vinea and Liquor* 415 Front Mim-t, aull-tf SAN FRANCISCO. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS! ('IHEAl'ER THAN ANY IN THF. STATE! > Price put down to unit the time*! At the Tollhouse, Swansea. The stock consist* of WHITE and RED WINE, WHITE SWEET and CHAMPAGNE WINK, ANGELICA of su perior quality, and California UR APR BRANDY mil WHISK A’I By the gallon, quart or bottle. All orders left at the Warehouse of Cl.ARK U FULLER, corner of Silver aud Treasure streets. ' Hamilton, will lx* promptly attended to. Also, samples of each kind to be found there, and an , invitation to nil who may wish to purchase to call anil sample it. • PETER RICE. Swansea, July 18, 1X70. jylO-tf fflisrrllanrous. ESTRAYS TAKEN UP. “ 0 HORSES .1 X P o Mill Win- taken up by the undersigned, in Steptoe Valley. Any parties owning such stock can have the same by proving property, paying charges and the cost of this nilvi rtiaoruent. JOHN RAGSDALE. Steptoe Valley. Hamilton, Nev.. August 12,1870. aul2-30d* FOR 8ALE AT A BARGAIN! V BOARDINGHOUSE AND RESTAURANT, with 28 to ■'«» steady Boarder*. Rent cheap. ; Hi htaurant fixture* complete, with a first-class Range. Will lx* sold cheap, as the owner is j going Fast. Red and bedding included. In- j quire at this office. au2-tf j KOHN & BRO., IMPORTERS OF CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, Domestics, Hats and Blankets, Non. 9 11 K St., bet. Front uml 2d, SACRAMENTO, CAL. aull-tf j KO RN’ S BA K E R Y —AND— COFFEE SALOON. Monla, Q O Contis. Restaurant* and Families supplied with Bread, Pies, Cakes, Dough Nuts, and Cerman Rolls, At Reasonable Rates. aulJ-tf SOL. PRKISACKEH, Proprietor. VIA TOA1MO! F. F. MARX, General Forwarding COMMISSION MERCHANT. TiniJ. MAKE ADVASCES ON FREIGHT, M aud ship all goods consigned to his oarc for any and nil Mining Camps in Southeastern Nevada, ami to all joints in Idaho. Shortest and best routes nud FRRK roads to EGAN CANYON. DEEP CREEK. KERN, PATTERSON, SILVER PARK, ROBINSON, BELMONT, SHOSHONE. PIERMONT, ELY, COOPER, and SACRAMENTO DISTRICTS, And nit point. Kill,i.Flit to Pprfng nnd Mcptof Valley.. Commit sions and Freights The very Lowest. DIRECT CARE OF DIAMOND M, TOANO. JjrM-tf r. F. MARX. FRANK CASTAGNETTO, (Successor to Castaguetto .k Borbon,) J>HKPAREIt OF OOFFEK BY 8TFAXJ, corner of Treasure aud Dunu streets, Ham ilton. Chartres, Java, Costa Rica, nud all kinds of Coffees, ground aud prepared for the table at his steam mill. He guarantiee, his Coffee to be the very purest and best offered for •ale iu the State of Nevada. au7-tf BAB BITT METAL."?u£LT,: tal, for aale cheap, at the office of The Pail* vewa. iTrabrlrr’s (Euibr. treasure city PASSENCER LINE. I ELEGANT AND COMFORT- * J ABLE sleighs iu Wintcr.#*^fqETW>. and euj wagons in Summer. Regular trips, rain or shine, and perfectly safe at all times. r*S* A share of public patronage is solicited. jc2ft*tf ALFRED GRANT, Proprietor. HAMILTON AND TREASURE CITY STACE .'EiSftHft, LINE. Tlxo Grrocn Wagon* WILL HEREAFTER LEAVE TREASURE CITY AND HAMILTON Every Hour making eight round trips daily, carrying Wells, Fargo L Co.’s Express and the United States Mail, i onnccting with BEACHY, WINES, k CO.’S STAOEH. Passengers and Freight called for at both points. Office at 8t. Nicholas Saloon. Main-st. Leaves with the mail for Treasure City every morning, at 7J* o'clock. au‘J-tf JAMES HAG.AB, Proprietor. HATCH & KIPLINGER. isamt Through iji 24 Hours! SPEED INCREASED — AND — Faro nectuoed.! I TUNE STOCK AND GOOD COACHES LEAVE 1 Hamilton tw’ice a week, TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings, st 8 o’clock. Through In Twenty-four Hours. Passengers for Ely will IVnd this much the shortest, cheapest and pleasantest route. Office—At HARNEY k JONES’ Brick Store, Main street, Hamilton. Je20-tf XT. S. MAIL. SOUTHERN MAIL&EXPRESS LINE. SALT LAKE CITY PIOCHE CITY, ELY DISTRICT. AN JULY 1, 1870, UNDER GOVERNMENT X f contract for carry ing the UNITED 8TATE8 MAIL, the undersigned will commence to run CONCORD COACHES from SALT LAKE CITY to PIOCHE CITY, via PROVO CITY, FILL MORE, BEAVF.It, and other intermediate points; having a contract to carry the United States Mail and Wells, Fargo k Co.’m Express. Stages will leave Salt Lake City and Pioche City weekly, making the trip in three and * half days. FARE THROUGH, $80— CURRENCY. HUGH WHIT!*; Proprietor. J. J. HALFIN k CO.. AgentB at Pioche City. WELLS, FARGO L CO.. au’J-tf AgentB ut Salt Lake City. WOODRUFF & ENNOR’8 STAGE 3L.X3XT3EI! n? NEW ROUTE! €1 C10ACHEH LEAVE HAMILTON DAILY, AT ) 14 o'clock m., running through SILVERADO, EUREKA, MINERAL IIILL, and RAILROAD DISTRICT, To riLIjISA-OE, Connecting with the Cars for the West next morning. Fine NEW CONCORD 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 PALISADE, OVER THE SAME ROUTE. t JT Mark Goods cere 1 W. k E.. Palisade.' Parties shinning goods by our line will pleeae give notice at our offices, at Han Francisco and Sacramento, where they will receive prompt at tention and be forwarded with dispatch. Offices—444 Clay street, San Francisco; 40 J street, Sacramento; S3 South C street, Virginia City; and Main street, Hamilton, White Pine. au2-tf WOODRUFF A ENNOR. Proprietors. nAiLnoAD Stage Line! BEACHEY. WINES 4. CO., PROPRIETORS. CHANCE OF TIME! / \N AND AFTER THURSDAY. JULY 14, " / 1870, our stages will leave Hamilton every day at 2 o'clock p. iu., connecting with the Central Pacific Railroad nt 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 10 HOURS! Via Exiroltft. tins < omi»auy now lias tne slocked witn Splendid Nix-Horae Team*, and the Latest Improved Conrord Coaches. CHEAP FA III: AND QUICK TUCK ! LEN. WINES, Superintendent. HOMER 8. KING. Agent. Hamilton, Nev., July 13, 1870. au2-tf HAMILTON AND PIOCHE Man STAGE LINE! cinr.nso The U. S. Mail & W. F. & Co.’s Express. IEAVE8 HAMILTON ON MONDAY AND j THURSDAY, at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrives at Pioche on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o'clock a. m. Leaves Pioche on MONDAY and THURS DAY*. at 8 o’clock a. in. Arrives at Hamilton TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o'clock a. m. Thi* is the only established lino to Pioche. via Robinson and Patterson. Smoothest and quickest route. Also, a branch line from Patterson to Silver Park, making clone connection with our regular stages. Our road is doulile stocked with 6-horse changes. Satisfaction guaranteed to passengers, or mo ney refunded. TRAVIS. WILSON k CO.. Proprietors. Our FAST FREIGHT LINE will be estab lished in eight days. Merchants in Pioche, Sil ver Park, and intermediate points, will find it to their advantage to mark goods * Care TRAVIS, WILSON A CO., Fast Freight.' nni-tf WANTED! 'PRAMS, TO CONTRACT FOR HAULING J. Wood. Inquire of J. F. KOPP, Hair-Dressing Saloon, Main street, Opposite St. Nicholas Saloon, auU-tf Hamilton. Nev. 1ST <3 TICE. VLL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that I have appointed GKO. BUCHNER my Agent. He will collect all debts due me. jy'JO-tf FRED. VOSS. BARNEY & JONES, SOLE AGENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS In Unmllton. POWDER SUPPLIED, IN ANY HVANTITY, AT THF. LOWEST KATES. Main 81root, Ifn mil ton, Nev. au*Mf (Craijelrr’s ffiuitif. 1 ~ - tp.L~~ CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY I /jf’- i- . i>. THE FAST AND SPLENDID : •—fta nteahkrh CHRYSOPOLiS AND CAPITAL, Will leave on alternate dava for San Franclaro, on the arrival of the care, at 1S4 o'clock p. m., from the foot of K street. Steamer CHRYSOPOLIS, Foster, Master, will leave on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI. DATS. Steamer CAPITAL, Pool, Master, will leave on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Fare between Sen Francisco and Sacramento will be as follows: CABIN. 50 DECK. LOO To Marysville—Cabin. 1.50 For Marysville sand the Intermediate bandings. The Company's Hteamera will leave for Marya vtlle and Intermediate landings daily at midday (Saturdays and Sundays excepted); Sundays, at 7 a. m. For Red Bluff. The steamer RED BLUFF will leave for Bed Bluff and Intermediate landing# every SATUR. DAY, at 7 o'clock a. m. Freight secured on day previous to depsrtnrc. For freight or passage apply on board, or to A FtEDINOTON. Agent, jykg-tf On board brig Oloba CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. Time Schedule, July I I, 1870. | Express Paaa'gerl EASTWARD. I Train 8unda» | Mixed* |Da 11 y. exoep'd l San Francisco,..L've 81)0AV 4BOr. 7B0pu Oakland. *• 8:30 " 4:30 •• . San Ji»w». " 8:35 " 3:25 “ . Stockton. •• 12:07 p* 3:15 •* . Sacramento.Ar'v 1:60 " 1000“ 7:40 am Sacramento.I/v* 2:10 ** . 9:00 “ Marysville.Ar’v 4:00“ . 1:15pm Chico. “ 0:45 '* . 5:20 “ ('olfax'.I.’VC 5:00 “ 4^10 “ Reno. " 1:15 am 5:45 am Winnemurca_ “ 9:10 " j a 10:15 pm Hattie Mountain, •• 12:00 m 2 ~ 350am Tarlln. “ 3:10 pm 10:00“ Elko. •' 4:40“ 12:30 pm Kelton. “ 1:30 am G* 7:45 am 0«den..Ar'v 6:00 " * 5:00 “ KxpreBB I Pan a 'gtr I WESTWARD. Train, Sunday | Mixed* _ Dai 1 y.'excep'd.j (MM.I.'vc 6:00 I’M. 5:00 pm Kelton. “ 10:42 “ . 1:30 am Elko. *• 8:45 am . 7:15 pm tarlin. “ 10.15 •• . 9:45 “ Rattle Mountain, ** 1:25 pm . 3:06 am Winnemueca — ** 4.-05 “ . 900 “ Reno. " 100 am .11:30 “ Colfax—. “ 8:45“ 12:50 PM Chico. " 6:30 " __ 110 B0 AM Marysville. “ 9:10“ 2:30 pm Sacramento.Ar'v 11.25 “ . 6:30 “ Sacramento.L’ve 11:45 “ 7:00 am 7:30 “ Stockton. “ 1:40 PM 8:45“ . San Jobc.Ar'v 6:30 “ 12:45 PM. Oakland. “ ! 3:30 “ 12:10 “ . San Francisco.,. * , 6:00 “ 12:40“ 9:30 am A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pans. Ag't. aul-tf IHisrrllanrous. FORWARDING FREE! |y x t i i, f r nt it k n n ot ice, We will Forward Freight • From Elko tc White Pine District FREE OF CHARGE! Partira shipping (o nor ran' ran'Vely upon having their Freight Forwarded with Dispatch Aud At the Lowest Going Rates. jy27-tf WHITNEY k CO. NOTICE! FREE FORWARDING! ON AND AFTEH THIS DATE. AND UNTIE further notice, I will Forward Freight From ELKO TO WHITE PINE FREE OF CHARGE! I>. W. EAR!,. Elko, Nev., June 27, 1870. J.v27-tf FAST FREIGHT. rpHE FAST FREIGHT LINE OF W. L. I PRITCHARD la in Dili bla»t, and running on 0 6-110 TT K f5l T T M K F II O M ELKO TO HAMILTON! AND 18 PREPARED TO TAKE ANY AMOUNT OF FREIGHT FROM Elko to White Pine! MARK HOODS CARE PRITCHARD FAST FREIGHT. All goods thus marked will come FREE OF FORWARDING CHARGES AT ELKO. WILL SHIP BUliliION', on. 33. Or any otkvr kind of Vrrlghl. From HAMILTON to ELKO, OR CONTRACT TO DELIVER ORE, BULLION, ETC., In San Francisco or New York. OFFICE; In Cross' Flro-proof Warehouse. Hamilton street, Hamilton, Nov. P. A. BOMMEN, GEO. COAXES. Agt-ut, Elko. Agent, Hamilton. W. Ik PKITCIUKD, au-4tf Proprletar. N O T I C E . OWfCK CoCNTY SURVEYOR, I Hamilton. Feb. 8, 1870. i \T WEST CO ATT, E. L. MASON AM) COL. 1' • C. 8. BULKLEY are the only Deputy County Surveyors of White Pine county. The appointment*of all others have be«u this day revoked. All accounts due the office will V»^ paid to the al>ovc deputies. R. M. WILSON. aul 1-1 f Co. RttrveYor Whit* Pine Co., N*v. BILLY DOUGHERTY, Tonsorial Artist, JACKSON HOUSE MAIN STREET, HAMILTON, NEVADA. Having moved iiis shop to thi Jackson House, respectfully solicit* a con | tinuance of patronage from his old friends ami the public generally, at reduced rates. Shaving. Haib Cittiso.>v. .5k SOAMPOOIKU.60c. Je.t-tf 11 .JJ :■■ ■' r.*~. —— • ■ . (CALIFORNIA CLARET.—A LARGE STOCK, j for sale le quantities to suit. Jeft-Qw FORBES k CO., Main stl^C