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A state legislator, F. E. Fisk, reported that he knew other members of Nevada’s Ninth Legislature were “bought, body and soul, and money was paid almost openly” by Sharon’s railroad interests. ”17 Sharon and his Bank Ring, attempting to acquire all the paying mines, in 1867 turned their attention to the Hale & Norcross mine, located between the rich Savage mine and the equally prosperous Chollar-Potasi. Its owners had originally spent $350,000 digging a deep shaft without finding ore. They persisted and, in December 1865, made a rich strike at the sixhundred-foot level.
In the early days everything was trial and error. Below ground Mackay, like all the others, toiled by the dim light of candles, digging through rock. He labored at hand drilling, swinging a hammer or pick, and mucking the loose rock out. And he timbered the tunnel, gauging the strength of the walls to decide the extent of timbering needed. He breathed bad air, suffered in heat that rose one degree for every thirty-three feet in depth, risked floods of hot water and cave-ins. The accident rate in the deep mines led to one out of every thirty miners being disabled and one out of eighty killed.
Hungerford, and Ada moved in. Mary McNair Mathews, a seamstress on the Comstock, told of leaving the employ of Mrs. Mackay’s mother in 1868 shortly after being hired. The Mackays were doing well financially but were not yet wealthy. Rather than the going rate of three dollars a day, Mrs. Hungerford was paying Mathews one dollar and providing room and board. But the seamstress was relegated to taking her meals with her son in the kitchen, being served when the family was through with each course in the dining room.