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gcSDAY. ..JULY ST. 1873 METEOROLOGICAL. Tbe following is the state of the Barometer, ".taiTuioinn""1"1 course at the wind lor the d,i aud hour ludk'au-d. u kept by O. It. lux. akdek, Drufc";t uul Apothecary, Main street, Hocht: Ilonr. Iiaro. Ther. Date. Sunday- Monday . TU'-twlsj" Wetlnesilay Tliursday . Friday... Saturday i tl.ll 24.31 ti deg. . J 11 X. 24.11) 80 drg. J p. m. as i m; drg. 1 a. U. 24.00 Kl drg. . J IS M. M.OU 84 di g. j br.M. im.uu u arg. n a. a. . ! I'i H. ) 6 P.M. ! A. M, 12 X 6 r. m. ) a a. m. . J U u. ) tir. X. It A. X. 12 M. fir. m. I 6 A.M. . III. lorn. 24.10 82 di g. 24. 10 H4 deg. 24. Ill H4 deg. 24. 15 Ht di g. 24.15 fH deg. 24.15 88 deg. 24 JO Hi deg. 24.211 8i di g. 24.20 87 deg. 24. 2U 85 deg. 24.20 8H deg. 24.15 81! deg, 21.15 84 deg. 24.15 H.I di g. 24 10 00 deg. Wind. 8. S. E. 8. 8. . H. S. S. ti. S. s. s. B. 8. K. W. H. Jt. W. . E. 8. 8. r'HANClMCO NTOCH KKPOKT. .HAitu.) Sam Fauiciaco, July 2C. ,V.K) Ophir 19 1954810 20 lOSstf) JuslI0 2Ub.l0 lU-i IKS 1'4 10, 1U'4 :W Qould ft Curry Sj 8 3) Bert a: Beleher 8 ' 3 MO savage 44 4 I 4:11. Ill 42Hi0 42IO 42V1U 4a 43 J, 42 H 421 42 4210 Hi .0 Cuollar Potoni 37 H 37 38 H 445 Hale & NoreroM 23 23 23s3 23 7211 Crown Point 83)4 S4 85), SB 80 20 Yellow Jacket 47 JMI Imperial 4 H 4 1 4', !'(', ili Kmpire Mill 4 S 4 Mi 4b30 Jtn Kentuck 7 7', 7 7! 7'j 1 30 Alpha 20 Beleher 7: 76 76 H 7CtffiO 77 ;cH 7SVh30 77lu3u7S) 1,0 ContlJi nee (,li.'ti :5Con. Virginia 81 80 vV) Hi hits Nevada 0 13 Exchequer 8?4 111'. Heg. llek'l.er 38 M 125 Overman 28 27 H 27 27)4 263i2sb30 'iWl ' jv;. Jtitie 54 IS.' (JK'i 1-jii Bviebeye 115 Julia 1)4 IS5 Caledonia 111 1310 :i2f Knickerbocker 3h I'i 2 '.'jlO Arizona k I'tah 2 ltMililobe H : Empire Idaho l, JO KeilJacket , 3 I2." llaltiniore Con 834 8b30 8 s; 8Vh3 SV, Hi.-, Silver Hill 15 ID'i UUEclilMM. 44 4:4 100 Pictou 3."k: 1045 Senator 1 1M American Flat 5)6 4-JSTvler t . 70 Mint-11! 125 Jacob I.lttle- 30 Orig. Hidden Treasure 4 )4 4 )4 WIS F.ureka Con 10 10)4 10', 10i 10,b30 10. BID Belmnnt . 2S 140 live Patch 6 30 Independent 1 !4 :K1 Cederberg 4 34 270 Oolden Chariot CO 19 2U Ma Ellniure t .".5 Mahogany 41 MM South Chariot 2 !M0 2, li'TO Minnesota 143, 14?, 15 PIOCHE BTOCKB. 1240 Meadow Valley 18! 18)4 1 His) 19b30 270 liayniond A Ely 60 5U 58)iC0 20:. Piuehe 7 6 ) 6)4 6 :io.l Waahington k Creole 2 Vi 2 5.'IAip It IS 1U 445 Page k Panaca 1 4OAuiericau Flag )4 SSb30 51i 550 Ilowery 1 95e mo Hubn Hunt 1T4 lTb3 1'4 lOoPioibe WtKt El 1 100 Ingeniar 100 Silver Peak 1SU5 100 Chief of the Hill '2 150 Chief East El It 50 Kentucky 3 ill Hermes 5)f 400 AniBiler Tunnel 2 K 2' Jl Newsrk-5', m , th SM0 HI' L LION SHIPMKXTN, Per Wt-lli, Fargo Co.'s Expreaa: July 21 28.475 74 'y'-l 8,731 43 July 20 7i015 a,; T.Hal .141,253 03 LOCAL IO?3ZlKlS. iy On and after this date all Star () Notice will be payable weekly, LOCAL MINING KKVIKH. Km- Hie Week Gmliiii; July isril. The two weeks thut linvo elupseil aiuce our lust Keview ut tlu luiiiinn iu.itttera o( Ely nucl adjacent district though ntit marked by excitement, uiive been (ur fn.in barren of results. ' The uew mid luinjuiticent htistiug works of the Kuyuiouil .& Ely Couipany 1 lire fuHt ftnproacliiiig Cduipli'tinn, und ' their oooipletiou nieiitu the rrauiuptiiiu of work on the grent mine of the c.iinp, ! ou a soule of unpreeedenteil iimnitiiiii) the Biime tuny be guid of the Silver Peuk uiiue. Work bus beeu resumed ou iiiuiiv niineH that have luid idle for months -aud despite the determinate downward ten dency of the sto;k market, thut feeliuy of confidence iu our owu resourees, which the lUcoiiu has ever striven to inculcate that senaeof independence of the stock jobbers of Sun Fraucjsoo, only to be ob tained tiy the inhabitant of a camp that hB been fully and thorouKhly tested by results, is ours.. The men who feared not to venture muscle and money on the? ' mines of Ely District, when the former were undeveloped and the latter tin- j known, nro not likely to flinch now, when the result of their intelligent enter prise baa tendered those mines famous throughout the civilized world, and from nuurtgarded hamlet made l'ioolie the econd city in the Silver State. The day of doubting is past the era of bullion production is but just begun. Who talks of despondency in onr midst? Let him go out among our silver-ribbed "ills, and see, in fifty places, men with out a dollar, with nothing but health ni hope to aid them, starting deliberate ly to work, (in little oompnnies of six aud id eight, half working for wages to sup port the other half,) to sink shafts in the "olid rock, where nothing but powder and drill can force its way, without a hope of a return till a depth of two and three hundred feet is attained. Wherein hat other camp is, such a spectacle to witnessed? Echo answers, Where? Only yesterday a practical proof of the ' "onndness of their reasons tor the "faith Joat is in them" was afforded by the "trike" in the Havana mine, noticed Wore particularly under the proper head. Highland sends us au excellent account ' mining affairs within her borders and m Bristol we have to roport continued otiTity, and a development of reraark We richness in the Huitan mine. HAVANA. Under the polite guidance of Messrs. Jr'B and Baker, two of the owners in me mine, we yesterday oaid the 'Hit, to see if the reports of the rich 1 ,wer hMei on u solid founda tion of pay ore, Xae rein showed itself ArL narrowmo oro on the surface. tkiP?p.;dic'1 Bh.iXt has been sunk to ne deptn of 140 tu t. at which noint the r"?.cilt- It wa. about live feet Hn.il i. no moothist and best de nri a 7 we haTe en in camp, .""-flipping to th. annth l .n nnsle of i.i.n"j ?Tm tni point i grsi'"I1y whieb ' H1 " wa" necessary to leave it, 4ow. T don' ud an incline carried r OU tha inn. -11 nri wmi. If luxm HIV aaas Havana ing wall was left, the vein was about nine fret wide. The incline hat now attained a depth of 110 feet from the bottom of the perpendicular shaft, aud about six feet from the bottom, the rich strike to which we alluded, was made. The rich streak is now fully the width of the shaft, and dipping towards the hanging wall. What is its extent is therefore yet un known, but about thirty feet above a cross-cut was run fifteen feet,' without striking the hanging wall, from which fact it ik reasonable to infer thut it will prove to be a very large body of ore. Assays of the mass runted from S120 to $600 per ton. POETLAND. Drifting aud stoping on the ledge iu excellent ore. The character of the ore appears to be somewhat different from heretofore, and the change is decidedly fur the better. The ledge maintains its size throughout. There are about 150 tons of ore on the dump, 60 of which is tirst-class, high-rade ore. It is the in ternum to re-eommeuce sinking the main shuft to-morrow, aud sink another 100 feet. It is now 200 feet deep a double shaft, each compartment 4x4 in the clear. If anything is to be predicated on present d-velopmeuls, the Portland will soon be, what we have always believed it was, one of the great mines of Ely District. A furnace is in process of erection for the reduction of ihe heavy galena ores which were found near the surface, and which are very rich iu silver. It will be in ojv erntiou about the 1st proximo. 8ILVKB CHIEF. The Silver Chief is one of the oldest locations fti Ely District.and as far as de veloped, shows a large amount of higb urade ore. Two shafts have been sunk one on the ledge 40 feet, and ft main working shaft, which is down 105 feet, and a drift ruu from the bottom to cut the ledge 28 feet. From the develop ments iu t(ie npper shaft the probability of striking a large body of rich ore when the drift is pushed to the ledge is more than fuvorable. It is iutended to resume work very shortly. That such a mine as this is allowed to remain idle is one of the mysteries of ininiug which only su perintendents aud directors can explain. SPKISO MOUNTAIN TCNNKL. Still siuking on No. 3 ledge with con stantly improved prospects of soon reachiug good ore at this point. The ledge is now about 3 feet wide, of splen did quality of quartz and becoming more compact and formal as depth is attained. The ground having been quite hard, progress has beeu less rapid tor the past two weeks at priseot much better headwav is being made. Working two shifts. UAZKPPA. The machinery of the new hoisting apparatus works to a charm, and the main shaft is being rapidly Bunk. It is still in ledge mutter, but the occurrence of bunches aud stringers of ore is becom ing more frequent, and altogether the prospect of soon striking the ledge may be said to bu extremely good. COSDOB. The stock of this once favorite mine re-appeared last week for a brief moment 011 the San Fruueiseo Stock Board the scene of its former triumphs. The price was modest twenty cents, if our memo ry serves us correctly, per share and very few shares ut that. Nevertheless we have reason to believe that the Con dor is a really (.ood mine, aud only needs the judicious expenditure of capital to make it all that was ouce claimed for it. We hear it rumored that it is intended to resume work iu this mine ere long. 80CTH SIDK. Work is being steadily prosecuted in the shaft with a full force of men. No particular change iu the character of the rock, which is tine working ground. EMPEROll, This mine, which some months ngo attracted considerable attention in min ing circles, has beeu lying idle for some time. We learn that "it is iu contempla tion to start up work agaiu shortly. JKIISKY STATE. Situated between the Montana and Emperor mines. This is a very old locu tion, and may yet become an important mine. Shaft in the lcdse '20 feet, and a small drift run ou Ihe lede, which is about two feet widu. ' MONARCH. The Monarch is u large, strong vein, running parallel with the Condor mine, and shows a good ileal of free milling ore, assaying from HI) to 1W to the ton of ore. Two small prospecting shafts have been sunk on the ledge. TIUEK. This ledge runs parallel with the Silver Chief, and is about 100 feet from the cel ebrated Alps luiliu. A sliHft has been sunk on the ledge about HO feet. The ledge stands perpendicular, with well denned and smooth walls, and contains some good ore. The vein is very large iu some pmces over ten feet wide. llAYMllNn EXTENSION. This mine shows strong cropping on the Biirfaee for a distance of fully 200 feet, assays from which have gone as high as $150 to the tou. An incline hus been sunk ou the vein 40 feet, showing five feet of quartz with a Htreak of rich ore in the hanging wall. This mine is supposed to bo the northerly extension ot the Alps mine. I'lOCHE l'HKMX. Work is again being steadily and sys tematically prosecuted ou the Pioche rheuix mine, under the supervision of the new Superintendent, Mr. Nelson, with excellent prospects. Drifts are be ing ruu from the new shaft at the depth in good condition for the extraction of ore as rapidly as possible. PIOCHE. Working the same force as heretofore, and taking out ore as usual. During the past week upwards of 135 tons of ore have been shipped to the Amador Mill. Have nearly $5,000 in bullion on hand, and expect to ship $10,000 this month. No particular change to note iuthe slopes and drifts. The new shaft is down 140 feet. It is a double shaff, earh com partment ilt by 4 feet inside the timbers. POI1TSMOCTH. Opened by a perpendicnlar shaft twenty-rive feet in depth, sunk on the vein. The vein has averaged about four feet in width, and iu the bottom of the shaft shows bunches of ore, assaying in the neighborhood of $300 to the ton. Work, which has been suspended for three weeks, will be resumed in a few days. VCLTCKE. Work is being steadily pushed forward on this promising mine, and every foot the quautity of ore increases. What they take out is of high grade, and there is every prospect of its soon taking rank among" our lirst-class mines. CHAPMAN MILL AND MININO CO. As the drift from the shaft on the 120 foot level penetrates the mountain, the indications of the close promixity of the ledge grow stronger. Working night and day. MONTANA. The character of the rock in the lower drifts has changed materially in the last tew duvs being much softer, and heavily stained with mineral. Evidently the ledge is not far oft'. BATMOND AND KLT. The hoistiug works are being rapidly put in place, and we learn from Captain Day that he expects to resume work ou the mine about August 1st . scmnkb. Borne days ago, after a thorough in spection of this mine, we published an attic! concerning it, portion of which we re-produce: "A shaft has been sunk on the ledge, about 150 leet, showiug throughout the entire distance a well defined lode, varying in size from six to eighteen inches. All the strutasof the country rock lie flat, or nearly so, while the vein, standing uearly vertical, cuts them squarely in two, proving beyond a doubt that it is a true fissure vein. In the bottom of the shaft the men have encounterd a very singular formation. On both sides are large cavities, and iu one corner the bottom of the shaft abso lutely dropped out, showiug a regular cavern, peiunps a foot wide aud not less tun ten deep. The whole place appears to be badly broken up, but what ore there is is much richer than heretofore, and there can scarcely be donbt that ou reaching a firmer formation below, the vein will be found solid und of pay ing quality."- Since then the shaft hus been thoroughly timbered, aud what siuking has beeu done, shows the veiu slightly increasing in size. Working three men on a shift. CAEOLISi-.. The main shaft, old works, thoroughly timbered, is 20J feet deep. Work was recommenced hut Monday by C'aptuiu Hardy, and the shaft hus been sunk ten feet during the week. It is iu contem plation to erect hoisting works ou this mine very shortly. This shuft was started 75 feet to the south of the croppiugs of the vein, which, it is expected, it will cut at the depth of 350 feet. CHIEF OF THE HILL. The shaft from the Burke tunnel is now down 270 feet. There is but little change to note iu the appearance of the stopes and drifts, the vein even-where maintaining its size and quality. Taking out some ore every day. There ore nbont 70 tons of oro on the dump. As soon as the road to the mine, which was destroyed by the railroad grading, is re paired, they will commence shipping to the mill. CHIEF EAST EXTENSION. Drifting east from the main shaft on the 225-foot level. The ledge has im proved very ninch during the past week, and now looks exceedingly well. Taking out ore all the time, the average ussav value of which is $1511 per ton. NEWA1IK. We are stili without reliable intelli gence regarding this mine. To the many stockholders who have applied to us to know why such intelligence is not made public iu our Miuing Review, wo have only to say we cannot obtain it. ALPS. The lower drift is being steadily driven ahead, aud ft cannot be much long r be fore the ledge is struck, when a bi thing may be confidently looked for. Taking out a large amount of high-grade ore from the upper works. BOWKItY. A uew contract has just been let to sink the main shaft 100 feet deeper. Work ou the contract was commenced yesterday. Wheu this 100 feet is com pleted the shaft will be 401) feet of 500 feet, and the mine is being placed deep. Taking out some good ore all the time. SILVER PEAK. The new hoisting works on this mine are completed, un.l if it had not beeu for a difficulty in obtaining water, sliani would have been started up yesterday noon. They will be in full operation to morrow morning. EXCELSIOU. 1 Drifting, at the depth of 20 feet, from the new shaft to make the coutiectiou with the old workings, und also drifting from them with the same object. They are now nearly through, us the workmen can hear each other very plainly. MEADOW VALLEY. No change of consequence to note. Taking out about the same quautity of ore, and will ship the same ainunut of bullion as the past month. UlltOIXil. DEXTSII. Work has beeu suspended for Ihe time being, to permit the erection of a whim. The ledge never looked belter. ALADDIN. Still sinkiug the shaft, which U how 14'J feet deep. Tin ore struck 011 the foot wall is fully as wide ns at the date of our lust report, and niafiulams its average richness. till the bole is enlarged, but by holding j a candle in the mouth of the opening it j can be seen to exist for many feet fur- ' ther. The walls are a solid mass of ore ! 01 a higher grade than has heretofore been found in the mine, aud a good deal of it is decomposed. Still sinking the main incline in the ledge, which shows better thau ever. ' CAVE. r.iiuiijiig the main tunnel ahead and drifting to open the mine wore thor oughly, preparatory to taking out ore on a lare scale. Are now extracting about 20 tons per day. gottls, lUstaurants t, ' ANDES. ! Au incline fifty feet deep has been siiuk I on the vein, winch is well defined, with J smooth walls and a clay easing, showing i oro in bunches. PKAVINE. ! Work iu the old works is still sns : peuded, owing to bad ventilation. The 1 new working shaft is being rapidly sunk. MEUIDIAN. ! The ore in the bottom of the shaft maintains its character. Sinking stead ily. SPUING MOfN 1 . Work is being rapidly prosecuted in the shaft. It is being sunk by contract three shifts. LOCIsE. The seam of ore iu the drift shows no material variation iu size or richness. PIOCHE WEST EXTENSION". Sinking the main shaft, which is now about 000 feet deep. Expect to reach the led'e shortly. BROOKLYN. St!ll sinking the winze from the 75 foot level on the lediie and taking out some good ore. LA PAZ. Work is still suspended in this mine. WASHINGTON AND CI'.EOLE. There is no material change to note in this mine. Its production is about what it has been for some weeks past. Hli-lilitnd District. LONE STAR. To Mr. Jos. M. Muguire, of Sau Fran cisco, one of the owners of the Lone Star mine, who has just returned from making a persoual examination of the premises, we are indebted for the following facts in regard to it: The Lone Star is situated about two miles from the M ndha Mill, iu the midst of n large tract of timber lands owned by the company. It is a strong, well-defined veiu, has been opened to the depth of 48 feet by a shaft, at which point it shows a flue body of high grade ore fully justifying. in the opinion of our informant, theextensivedevelopiueuts that the company propose immediately undertaking. Assays of the oro range from $150 to $000 per ton. Mr. Muguire informs ns that a largo additional force of men will be put to work within twenty days. Mr. Magnire with Mr. Perisch, the Superintendent of the Lone Star, un der the guidance of onr genial ex towns man, Ike Phillips, (the man who "knows how to keep a hotel" at Highland,) visited the , MENDHA MILL, And pronounce it one of the most perfect establishments ofjits kind they have ever seen. A tramway, with a steel cable, capable of transporting from the mine to the mill, 30 tons of ore per day, will soon be completed. The cost of transporta tion will not exceed $1.50 per ton. They expect to average $1,200 Worth of bullion daily. Bristol District. . , SCLTAH. The cave of which we spoke as having been discovered in this mine last week, E roves to be of cousiderable extent. It as been entered for a distance of 20 feet, where it close up to so small an aperture that a man cannot get through The Nuisance Business. The first nuisance case brought before Justice Stouteuburgh was that of a Chinaman for keeping a hog pen; "John" pleaded guilty, was fined one dollar and coats and allowed five days time to remove his hog pen. The second case was that of nn American citizen of African descent; his case Was disposed of just us the China man's was. The third case was that of a while mun; but having a jury to try the case, a disagreement occurred aud the jury was discharged. Then Jus tice Stouteuburgh granted the Chinaman end the negro five days' further time to to comply with the order, hoping in the meantime that some white man may be dealt with ns the Chinaman and negro have been. He says if nothing is done to enforce the law against white men, he will grant the descendant of Confucius and the son of Ethiopia thirty days fur ther time. This wo regard as a very proper course, showing a disposition on the part of the Justice to apply the law fairly without regurd to race, color or previous condition of servitude. , The Proposed Keservbtion. By a private letter from Daniel Bouelli, who resides at St. Thomas, to Macon Miller, of this place, we leurn that a ieions trunce is uliont being gotten up against the establishment of the proposed Indian reservation on the Muddy. The people of Pioche will be afforded an opportuni ty of joining with the settlers ou the Muddy in a protest against the reserva tion scheme. The sentiment of the peo ple on the Muddy is uuauimonsly against it, und we very much hopn their wishes may ne respected. Transfer of Keal Estate. Our irre prissihle friend Johnny Lynch, says times are so hard that he fils compelled to invest a portion of his losses in reul estate; und to that end has purchased from H. Matthey, his residence ou Mc Canunn street. The property comprises the dwelling and three full lots, sur rounded by u substantial fence, and is one of the most eharmiug spots for a residence in Pioche. We have not learned positively the price paid, bnt understand it was in the neighborhood of 2,000. Gave Ponds. Yesterday Kosu Stein, under indictment for assault upon an other fair and frail creature with intent to commit murder was admitted to bail iu the sum of $2,000. Phil Mulloy, indicted for assault with intent to commit great bodily harm, was bailed ut $3,000. Ferguson, indiettd for assault with intent to do great bodily harm, also gave bonds to appear at tho time of trial. Arrived Yesterday. F. F. Murx's ox train Win. Humes driver arrived yesterday morning iu 1G days from Tuauo, loaded with eight tons of malt for the Philadelphia Brewery. Tho train consisted of seven yoke, of cattle and two wagous. This is the quickest time ever made between Toano and Pincne by ox tenuis. A Xkcfssiry Precaution. Near the j eulranoe of tho County Jail is a large I sign upon w hich is painted "No talking j allowed with the prisoners." This is I u necessary precautionary measure, I as by allowing prisoners too much I latitude in the mutter of communicating j with friends on the outside, there is dun i gel- that mischief nmy be concocted. It is s id to think that with ail the ad vantages of free schools, there are peo- pie who can't read: it is a pleasure to j reflect, however, that with stacks und piles of literary matter at Charley Wied- I ei iiolil's there are any number iu Pioche who will rush to obtain a supply of Sun- : day reading this morning. We we were informed last night just before the paper went to press, that a very important strike of rich ore bad beeu made in one of the levels of the Portland mine. We have a specimen in our oflice which looks splendid. Trial Jit,ors. .is the 48 trial jurors have not all been summoned, we defer giving a list of their names for the pres ent. The venire is made returnable on Tuesday, Au"nst 5. Is Mr. Nelson's ouice, on the summit of tho divid.-. certainly us cool ft pluce as can be found in town, tho thermometer ut 3 o'clock yesterday afterdoon, stood at '.'5 deg. in the shade. Services at ihe Episcopal Chcrch. Morning service at eleven o'clock. Sun day school ut 2 p. m.. and evening ser vice ut eight. Ileiiry L. Badger, Hector I Ti: he Arraigned. To-morrow niorn j ing the various persons indicted by the I (truud Jury will be arraigned before the ! District Court. John Kelley arrives on to-day's stage ! from Hamilton. ' The Grand Jury stands adjourned until Wednesday morning. BOARDING HOUSE. IMMEDIATELY ABOVE (XIKKEBTOX-S ICE HOfSE, PA.NACA FLAT. IWiSS N. CASHMAN, Proprietress. THE PltOPKIETIlEgs OP THIS HOI.SK fcavliig recently adde to and materially iuipruved the building for tho accuu.modatiou of lloardera. ffM-ftiill Mnn.. . i . pan liberal patruruuw. ud sullriu an increase v. . wf iwjami to acconiliuxtale all who desire Goo4 Board at Law Hair. Tht Able wHll Nt supplied with the beistto be bad in I be Uaikrt. Pl-lm X. CASHMAN. GROVE HOUSE, Loner Main Sirt,'p1oaiK4fBoon b Dolman's Hay Yartl. Jl UhOV Ji COX PKOPRIETORS. fl'lIE GROVE HOfSE HAS BEEN FITTED I P I at sreat tn-nu .! win K.. t . airable annimer rnort. native trees beuig planted amund the bouae and funning a gTave. Una br.nil.ni Myi oiie and CIGARS at the Bar. WATKH FOUNTAIN fur .t-k, ur by the gal lon, at lowest rales. uys-tf jnnsoN k cox. SWISS CONFECTIONERY. MILEY & LAAGE lJ. A. Mlley, late of Han Franeiaco, opposite tbe Plaza.) HAVE OPENED A 0PKrTIOARV, BAKEKV and t tlKKKK NAI.OO.V On Main street, next to Halpin'a. Cream Cakes, Cream Candloa, Fruit Cakea and all klnda of Pastry; alio Calf a Foot Jelly. Fan cy Boxes for Chriatiuaa preaenta. dl7-tf POND, REYNOLDS & CO., IMPORTERS A JOBllKltH OF WINES Sc. LIQUORS, V4 California Ht., Nun FrsnrUeo. Sole Aenta for Paelfle Coast for O. O. Blake k Co.'a UuurUin County Keutueky Whiskies. apl7.tf IWsrrUanous. AUCTION SALES. E. A. FRIEND, Aurtion anil Commission Merchant, DKALKB IN XUW AND SKCOXD-HANU jp xt n. x 1? un . Kalesrooms, Main Street, Nexi Iioorto Frank Wljeeler'i Hardware Store. lttuVLAa Hals Dav. Every SA'iTRDAY, at 11 o'eleek s. ni. Bf Sales of Furniture at residences. Out deor Sales of Merchandise of every deactiptlou promptly attended to. Cash suvauces ou eon aisniuents. Real Katate Agent, Rouses to Ken 11 and Rents Collected. k. A. FRIEND, Upper Main Street, jyll-td UKA. DAVIS, Auctioneer. Ph. FELSENTHAL. Stcne Store, .MAIN STREET. OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY STREET. i'lOCUE ...NEVADA Wholesale and Retail, ....DEALKR IN.... Groceries, Previsions, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE CLOTHING, HATS. BOOTS, ETC., ETC Cheapor Cash. AGENCY OF DCPONT'S Metallic Keg Blasting Powder, CANDLES, FUSE, OILS AND MINING GOODS. FORWARDING I UUAI CCAl r nr ai rra IN.... Flour, Grain, & General Mercnaudise, j fl WMI Yw V-" ) ni VAIMf Will Receive and Forward Freight to PIOOHE lining. in Km m li.li 110 ill 1.1 lui Ml HIM UUER&CO., IMrtHUSRS AND DEALERS In General Hardware, V. I''' I" uru. aoora MUX GOODS UTL1. GOODS hiix "" lUTi 11 rnnAa MUi o00" mux Mooua ITAlll JTUUilo kill aooua MILL UOOlia MILL HOODS M1LL OOOT) Mining Oooda 4 Mining (looda Milting Goods Mining loodriMIlI(1 n.nnH9Mi," oo Mining OoodsJulIllftU UUUUOMinlng Ooods Mining Uoods Mining Goods (Mining Good! Iron ,nc3L Steel, Stoves of all Kinds, EtO E!tO XCtO BtO. A Supply of Tinware TinwureT I II IU I D Tlnwiri Tinwar Tinware Tinware 1 1 11 ITH ll LTuiware Tinwar, On hand: also Tin Work Encased prompt ly at reasonable rates. STONE STORE, Upper Main street, Fioohe, Herad. ALL PARIS OF EASTERN NEVADA . .. .AND. .. . Idaho Territory, 7ITn DISPATCH AND AT LOW1.NT ? T (ioiiifi Itiiti'W. Mart lioodn Cure F. K. 31a rx, Ton no, Xevmlti." H. A. BRUXXER. Ajent at Tioche. American Klnjr M1U mnil Mlnliiir Company. Location of principal place ol bnsi-ln-BH, him Francisco, Cal.j locution of work' Ely District, Lincoln count), Nevada. No tine. There are delinquent upon the follow ing described atock. on accuunt of at-HM nir-ut (No. 2) levied on tho 3d day of Juii. lH7:i, the fwveral amount h twt opposite the name, of the reispevtivfl ritaivho)dt-rH, as foUtiAv : No. of No. or Nairn-H. Certificau-. Shan. Amt. OLD tfTOI'K. Ayren Joliu Trusts Jf.HS) rm $7 ft AyreaJohu ii, TniKtce ITui hi ,:, Bate i?o 4 Ann mo 1.1 botNfordJK 5w lou ism Baker Haniuel, Tnmtef tm .o 7fl biftelow i 1; 'Hit; liHi i.-ji Bruwu H, Trustee lfiis Jio 7v Bowman A W, Trustee Il.m 4( m Cahill k Fox, TniHteen a: Jo lft CahiU t Fox, Trusteeti 4-7 .' 7 30 Cahill k Fox, Tru-tteeti IWft 10 l., Cahill k Fox, TriiHtees lfit3 ton 1M Cahill k Fox, Truntee..,.,liVrrt ion l.-o Cahill & Fox, Tnwteea 1571 :m 7 Cahill Fox, TruHteea 1M'7 5 7 &0 Charles H A, TruHttt) kw ft, Couraen Q A. Trustee 1W .'H 7.1 Cantin k Even t, Trusteea. AWi 10 1;, Can tin k Everett, Trustee. 112? Mi r Cavallier J P.Tnwtmi.- HH4 In lft CuvallierJ P, Trustee 1707 int 75 Cavallier J P, Trustee 172 is :7 50 Child E F, TniHtee I44 70 :to Child E F, Trustee lfvott fto 7ft Child E F, Trustee 1B70 Id ift Croahy F W, Truatee IM4 itO 75 Ooahy F W, Truatee ,1040 'ill : Crosby K W, Trustee .HUH Ut l, Crosby F W, Truatee PAIS ft 7 SO sCrnaby F W, Truatee 1228 5 7 50 Caduo P 270 20 30 Crocker J H. Trustee 788 io 30 Dixon R 8, Trustee H88 50 7 Dixon H 8, Truatee 12W 20 30 PeStaMariuaE J, Trustee. 1'U lot) lho De Lornte O V, Trustee. ...llfiS 10 in Eyre E K, Trustee UH7 20 : Kyre E K, Trustee W3 R0 7.i Eyre E F TtuhUh IU 2f HO Eyre K E, Truatee 1219 50 75 Olaxter ft Heligsberg, Trua..'JP4 Ml 75 Glazier ft Seligsberg, Trua.lIK n :to HessingAC 610 loo H-O Hughei K, Truatee 1379 10 Iff Keuney C A, Trustee H.14 90 :to Kenney C A, Trustee 147 50 75 KtUey O W, Trustee 100 ISO Liaaak L 8. Trustee 41 fffl 75 Lazure L T, Trustee 10W 20 HO Laxure L T, Trustee 1090 10 Iff Ltuure L T, Truatee 1423 lo 15 Lepont F 1210 20 SO Uestlnger Cbai Ml loo l.to Meyer Lewis, Trustee 1337 fiO 7ft Myers Wm 1428 00 1!U Maoaur J, Trustee .lf.42 2ff 97 50 Manaur J, Truatee 1643 26 37 SO Myers Wm. Trustee 167ft 10 )d Uysrs Wm. Trusts 177 in rn CavalliiT J P. TniHtee.., Cavallhr J P.Tn.Ktco.. Cavalliir J P, Trustee. . Cavallur J F, Trustee, . Cavallier J 1 TniHtee.. Cavallier J P, Trustee... , Cavallier J P. Trtiatfe. 1 CuvallierJ P, Trustee ' Cavallier J P, Tructee i CavulJkrJ P, Trustee ComsenU A. Trustee ! t 'ourseii Ot A, Trustee . i'ahilltV Fox. Trustees.... Cope lien W. Trustee j lie Lorme O V, Trustee. . . i Davidson (ieo. Trustee. . . . j Farmer TIiom Glazier I k Co, Trusters,, j Glazier 1 A Co, Trustee. . Oardt Hhire W C, Trustee fvardenhire W C, Trust.- HuttHtiuHon John, Trustee Hutcbiuson John, Trustee Hutt liuison John. Trot-tee lliltehlllKoli John, Tiustei Huyhes W A, Trustee Hedin Peter... T Hvltkirk Peter Kent 11 F, Trustee Menu J Muore J M, Trilhtee , Moore .1 M, Trustee Nobh- HH. Trustee Parker I'ry,Trutees.... Hichantri.mK A.ist-1-. Itichardmiu E A, Trustee. ItieTianlw.u K A, Trustee, ltichanlson K A, Trustee. Itlehanlwiu E A, Truste-. llichardson K A. Trust' h. ltiehardson K A, Trusiel. Hii hartUon E A, Trustv. liu'hnnlstiu KA, Trustee, ltichanlson E A, Trustee, ltichardson K A, Tnmtee. Hk hardHou E A, Trust-. liichardson E A, Trustet-. H huiitt M, Trustee Krhinitt C A. Trustee Spinney (to It, Trustee. . Truuorft Knox, Trustee., Tranorft Knox, TrusteeB. Hhler J Clem, Trustee.,. I'hler J Clem, Trustee. ... 1'hler JClem, Trustee.. VhlerJClem, Trustee.., Xrpl, (f ir. Noble H H, Truatee... 222 M 75 Noble H H, TrimtM IMi i 7 CO Noble U U.TruaU-e u;i a 7 $j Parker WC, Truatee all ft 75 Parker W C. TrtutU lau 15 22 50 hichardaou E a, Trustee W jo jo Hlchardaon E A, Trustee. ;..loa loo M hichmrdaon E A, Trustee. ...p-d p 1ZQ BicbardataiEA, Truatee. ...US AO 73 RJcbjatlauuE A, Trustee..., 14; M 73 Kicbmrdeon A, Truatee ibu loo 10 Kichmnlaon E A, Truat....luC hq ko nicuarason . a, irustee....iti 100 jao klchsU-dsKiii E A. TrtiMtMi- . -1 ! Hicuartlsuu fc) A, Trustee. ...lo fa n IiichardaoD E A, Trustee ....:!) ltu iso Kichardson h A, Truatee i m 7 r, KkuartbJo& E A, Tniilee . . . .2H4 fit) 75 Kichaxdsun K A, Trustee . . . .TM 10 1A Ktcuardaou E A, Truatee . . . .uOt lo lb Rii hurdson E A, Trutee.....'i4'i bit 75 Hichardstm E A, Trustee. .. .irj loo 1, lticbardaon E A, Trustee,... 410 60 75 iiicuartfaen K A, Trustee. ...4J.'i 20 W KiebardtMiD E A, Trustee, . , .4H5 Iu IA Kk-bardaon E A, Trustee 4 -1 M 75 Ktcbartlson E A, Trustee Aftf 1 liitbaruat-n E A, Trustee. . . .57 a7 50 Kk-hsriisonEA, Trustee.... 5tii yy 46 iviebardaou E A, Trustee. ...fiia 1!0 M l.icbardaonEA, TrusU-e... .570 luo 1'h Kiebardson A, Trustee. . . .571 loo 1-0 Kichardsou E A, Trustee . . . .671 &o 75 Hicbanlson A, Trustee... ..'wl 'jit 30 Kn-hardfion E A, Trustee. ...W it btt 75 Hicbardauli E A, Trustee 61U loO lf Richanlsuu E A, Trustee. ., .(toff w -. Hichardaon E A, Trustee twy in 15 Kit-hudaon E A, Trustee. ...ti"S 25 a" 30 Uicharriituu E A, J'rustee.... 7il7 10 15 bicbardaon E A, Trustee... ."lit .V 75 Kiebardson E A, Trustee 71 3ia hu barl.n E A, Trustee. . . .T.4 15 50 KiL'hardson K A, Trustee. . . ,7;7 loo lM Hiruardson E A, Trustee..,. "Ml fi 7 50 Kk-harriMJU E A, Trustee. .. .mS 10 15 ltk bardaou E , Trustee . . t74 5 7 50 Kk-hardaon E A, Trustee.. lo 15 hichardaou E A, Trustee. . , . V.',:t yi yj lticbmrdaon E A, Trustee..., 007 luo 5o KichardHin E A, Trustee. . .loJ4 20 M Kicbardscm E A, Trust, bal.lu72 y i:i 50 ltk bardaou E A, Trustee. . . loaa 10 15 ltk hardsou E A, TruhUe...lllJ 60 75 ItichatksonE A, Trustee... Hu;! 5 7 50 Hiehartisou E A, Trustee . . . 1 i47 1!5 " 50 Kiebardson E A. Trustee. . .1 le'O fn 75 liicbardson E A, Trustee... llti ft 7 jo HicUttrdson E A. Trustee... ln.V., lo 15 hkiimrdsou E A, TruMee. . .12C4 So 45 Hichardaon E A, Trustee. ...1(17 7.'. Hichardaon E A, Trustee. ,li lo 15 Kiebardson E A, Trustee... l.to 50 73 Kichardhon E A, Trustee. ..1:12 40 m Kiebardson E A, Trustee... 13"i5 5i 75 Kiebardson E A, Trustee . . . l;tr: 25 y" 50 Kiebardson K A, Trustee. . .lii-VT 10 15 Kiebardson E A, Trustee. . .lo'.i:t loo 1 5o Kiebardson E A, Trustee. . A'.Wl 2il :io Kicharilson E A, Trustee. . ,141:l loo 150 Hicbanlson E A, Trustee. ..UV loo 150 Hichardaou E A, Trustee. . .1417 50 75 Hichardaou E A, Tntstee. . .14JH 75 Hiehardsun E A, Trustee... li''J 10 15 Hichardaou E A, Trustee. . .U-JO lit 15 Kiebardson E A, Trustee. ..I4;i5 5oo 750 Kicharilson E A, Trustee. ,.14;t8 11.10 375 Kicharilson E A, Trustee. .mi 1( 0 5o Hiehardson E A, Trustee. ,.144'i loo 15o Hichardaon E A, Trustee.. .1443 100 150 Hichardaon E A, Trustee. . .1444 li 0 150 Hicbanlson E A, Trustee. ..1445 1 00 1 50 Hichardaou E A, Trustee.. .1440 loO ljo lUcbardson E A, Trustee... 1447 100 l'o Hichanbtou E A, Trustee ... 1448 loo 150 Kiehardsou E A, Trus 11411 loo 150 Hiehartlsou E A, Trustee. ..1450 luo l.;0 HicbardsonEA, Trustee. ..1U17 lo 15 ! Kiebardson E A, Trustee.. .105.1 10 15 I Kiebardson E A, Trustee... 1WW '20 30 Hichardaou E A, Truatee... IdKl lo 15 Hichardaon E A, Trustee... loi); ;;5 w fio Hicbai-daon E A, Trustee. . .17iHl 5 7 50 Hayiuond Wm H, Trustee..,. 4'.l 100 150 Kayiuuud Wm H, Trustee .515 Goo 7"rfl Kayiuond Wm li, Trustee.. .61b 500 7."o Korke B 11, Trustee 177 5 1 20 Kostublatt 8, Tiustce la7'j in J5 Heed H 11, Trustee Hid 25 a7 50 Schmieden Hy, Trustee ..47 .r4) 75 Hchiuiedell Hy, Tnuiee 4'JVi Jt:o J5o Hchiniedell Hy, Trustee 7ici 25 ;;7 50 Kchmiedell Hy, Trustee. .. .1170 5 7 60 tsciiuileueil Hy, rriisteu. ...1433 in 15 i Schuiiedeil Hy, Trustee. . , .1500 25 37 50 1 Schniiedfll Hy. Trustee.... lia.15 '.Ut 45 Htler Geo, Trustee 202 10 15 Sleeper (leu, Trustee.,.. . . ..you 1;, 37 50 Hleeptrtieo, Trustee 43 &i 75 Sleeper Ceo, Trustee '.Hill Sleeper ieo, Trustee ........ St i ti Sleepi-r Ceo, Trustee 1!M3 HherwutHl B V k Co, Tntt..4il Hlterwoi-d U F ft Co, Trust . MtAi Sherwood B F ft Co. Trust. 14 r. Sherwood B F ft Co. Truat.l4H2 Snowball It V, Truste 1154 Schmitt M, Trustee bill Stark John, Trustee 10o7 Stark John, Trustee 137H Stevens '1' U, Trustee 1733 Sharp i F 1240 Tiblx-y E S, Trustee 275 Tiboey E S, Trustee 270 Tibbey E b, Trustee :.7:i 20 m Tumbull & Smith, Trust. ..1722 lo 15 TnvlorHW tu.4 40 co I'hler J Clew, Trustee 701 10 15 I'hler J Clew, Trustee 727 10 15 I'hler J Clem, Tntstee 7.15 au , ;io I'hler J Clem, Trustee h77 lo 15 Vhler J Clem, Trustee, 1W3 40 00 Vlltelit C, TrHstee., . !" 7h.i 37 50 Woods & Kreeborti, Trustees. ur 8 Jo 15 Woods ft Freeborn, Trusteea.315 10 15 otula to FreeUirn, Trustes.7e0 50 75 YwumIs a; Im Utii, Trust. .Ii.s.'i 15 22 50 V ebt r & Soule, Trustees. Wi57 10 15 Webster rioulc, Tnikteea. Il(t2 5 7 50 Webster ft Soule, Trustees. 1200 30 WiImHi Alius L 513 ii 01 fiO Wlieekr Kichard 750 4 ti NKW STOCK. Applef;:ite J H, Trustee 2 01 01 30 Appii jute 1! H, Trustee .. 1 Applet-ate. I li. Trustee .. , : Applets te J H, Truatee ... t B.yd ft Davis. Trustees... Hurley E, Trustee 1 Cahill E ft Co, Trustee. . j Cahill E ft Co, Trustees.. . j Cahill Eft Co, Trustees.. : Cahill E ft Co, Trustees. . Cahill E ft Co, Trusted.. I Cahill E ft Co, Trustees.. Notice to Lien Holders. IN THE DISTHlCT COTIt'f OF TUX Heleuth JudMiil District, iu aixd !r LineuUi counts, Mate or evaia. U. P bherwuud and W. ll. Aberwoud, piaiutirTa, Sfjaibat George V . CoHee, Ueteudant: Nottc is hereby ni vcb that Q. P. Shentocd. andW. M. Skerwuod, plajntiita abuve usumU, have cni uitrULtd an ii-tt u iu tbe above cijti tkd Court against tee deft-uuatit abovo tiUitd to enorce a Jb t for ike sum ui aeveu buuured and twenty ai,d 7u-iuu uollars, oia ccm, aiid lUlerest Iberevu iroiu tl.ti l5lk iia of 2uvtui Wr, A. I). iH't'j, at the rate n u it per cent, per annuiu egauirt that I'lUuii VtAAa.u builcix.g and t.'je lot un winch the aaiue tuiiu. eiluaieu ou that rertaUi atrtt-t tutiijilK eabtinj alid maUtiy, and lxin Lortb of uoue v Im i man's conai and Iced stable, and being the preiuiM.-a now occupied by said ii. W . Cubee a a rea:d nee, iuthe Wn uf Piotb, couuty ol Lin coln. State of Nevada. Said lien is claimed utuer and by virtue of an Act ot tbe X-eyislnt-ure of Urn Stat of Jkfvaua, approved ieh 4Ui, A. 1. 1671; and all ierMoLi holding .F claiu.iiii' lith agaiuat aaid pteiuista ut:dt.r the pruvtalvU i-f aaiU Act. utk ; Mreoy l.utimd to 1 und apptar beium eid Cuurt, at tbe Court-he in tu town of Pic lie, iu said cunty,ou stida, th Imt day uf Aujfuat, A. li. Ib7d, at io o clock a. lu. of aaid nuy mluju Ix inK a dtty of a i Lvral term of skiu Court 1.1.(1 to exbibt then and tht.ru the piiof t then a&id liena as provided lu aujd Act. And sll liens not then m exhibited and proved Will be oeeuied waned la lavorof tiiose litlaa soexlubiied and proved, as In said Act provided . O. P. hlitlfUL,D au V.. H. SHLKWOOU. PttM-be, Nevada. July 1. l67. tiy Luuof x Sabim, plauitiOa' attorneys. -jy-iawiiw 150 15 15 15 Sheariifs Sale. STATE OF NEVADA, tOVXTV OV I-IMOl.N. BV V1HTIE OF ekVEUAL EXECUTIONS issued out of Juotice T. A. biouitnburgh a Court, uf Pioche 'J'owurhip, In aud lor the county of Lincoln, State 01 Nevada, and to iu directed and delivered, for juutauent rendered iu said Court on the 6th da of July, A. i. lb'iJ, iu lavorof the State- of isevaoa. plaiutltl, Uiu aKaitist the loilowuin nsiucu deteuuanu and all owners or claimant 10 the real estute aud im provements thereon, ct lmprovtmenta wheu aaseawlfc-parately,hereiuaiter descnUd, known or unknown, and each ut Uih folluwiug de acriut d tracts ur jmreela of land, with Uiu im provements thereon, and all owners of or elaim antH to the same.kuowu or unknown, for tne aevertil amounia hereinafter apecibed, and uli accruing vosta thereon, to recover the tax aud delmiu ncy now against the property asneMed 10 the deft-ndunta hcreinatter uiuutu, lor the fiscal year commencing Juuuary 1st, A. It. lh",2, and emuuK lJutuiUr .jUt, a. It. 1H72. Notice la hereby given that outhe 5tl Uhj of August, A. D. I"?!, At la o'clock, noon, of that tsy, in front of ibe Court.hotise Ioor, Pioche, Lincoln county, e vada, I will sell the property herti natter de scribed, nt public auction, lor gold coin, cash lu baud, to tbe highest and bent Louder, to autiaiy said execution and all costs. DKSCKIPTION OF MtOPLIilV. JOU.NNA NEKNAN. House and Lot on La rour street, Pioche, adjoining the premises of U. ri. Suwyer ou tbe north. Amount 154 2b. 11. J. : CHOFIELD. Tent ou Cedar strict. Lots on Laeour street at old smelt ing furnace. Ameunt iaa w. VOViVLE k VOl NO. Stone House in Can you City, and fuur quarter-sections uf Lund. Amount 90U vi, (i. K. A. PKHCn AL. Personal propertj,! tc, at the ilud'-ty-rivr. Amount 1- ttU. P. LL. liaiicli at EC. Joseph's, two Horse , Po!e4Hir claim to 100 acres of land. Amount faia us. ilUUAUO CAN i ON .MILL. Teu-statrip ym.rtz. Mill at 1 1 Loruuo Canyon. Amonut 5d'i 05. DattdPltxue, JuIySih, A. V. 1M7J. W. S. TilAVlri, Sheriff Lincoln County, Nev. lty ti. IT. Hkbeoiio, Jjeputy Sheriff. jjti-td .....ii lit U5 -XI i 0 IliO 150 I ,. . .1!) 1110 150 1 ,...11 lOO 150 ...4M It 7 50 j ...202 j0 !.'- I ...404 loo 1,(I 1 ...4115 100 150 j ...4H 100 150 ! ...4eH liRI 15,1 j ...400 luo 150 ...41? I'i 15 ...loo. 2". iiV 50 ...It "2 2 . 50 ...111 7 f n ...1..1 7 50 I ...l!4 5 7 5U J ...Us 5 7 541 ...Pj:i l 150' ...as 10 15 . ..aim Hi 15 ,..2115 5 7 50 .."Ml 1 I 50 , . .o02 1 1 50 . ...iOH 1 150 ....52 10 15 . ,,:nnt an ;;o ...kii m r, , ..:ks fio 75 ,.:tr.it 25 ;i-50 , . .204 (.5 07 50 ,..a;i5 i;t jofio ,...05 100 150 ,...07 100 150 ....70 50 75 ...:;;Ui 20 :to ...271 Hi 24 ...228 5o 75 ...;i7o 40 00 '..205 100 150 '..Sf.ti liiO 150 j '..'.07 luo 150 J..20H UT KM) 50 ....US 50 75 ...174 25 37 50 . . .251 60 75 ...275 25 37 50 ,...:il '227 npj50 ).H 50 75 ...21 fit! 75 ...;,7a 5o 75 . .25.1 20 ;tn . . . .to ,...!I5 ii 5 ....U.'. 10 15 ...un loo 150 ...211 5 15 ...212 5 15 ...2111 5 15 ...214 5 15 ...215 5 15 ...210 5 15 ...aaa 5 15 ...2:i3 35 .V.I50 ...240 lOO 150 ...am 7 io5o . ..a7t. 5 ;t7 50 1..42.1 50 75 ...2'W 15 !50 ...o50 .V' 75 ...IliH 5 7 5H ...Wi lo 15 ...270 25 U7 50 ...41 17 25 50 ..1H7 loO 15U ..ai 107 250 AO . , H'tt 20 30 ..256 10 15 ,..15 10 15 ,.14'i 100 150 ,,.15'J 100 150 ,..15:1 100 50 ..154 100 150 ..150 too :t ...157 100 150 ..150 100 150 .1(10 100 150 ...ll"l 100 150 ..303 35 7fi0 ...51 lim 150 ,...fiJ 100 IMi ...Ga 100 150 ....54 50 75 ,...65 33 40 50 ,..l?a 150 025 A in Uf tor Tunnel nnU Alining Cuui- pmiy. Location of principal place ol ousiuess, iviu l-'ramisco, i:al.; location of works, 1,1 v inning Listi.i t, Lincoln county, Nt v. N,tu e. There, are deltutpieut upon the l'olUiWiiig dt BeriU d stock, on account of assessment No. 1, levied ou the 4th day of June, lb7U, the several amounts set opposite tho names uf the respect ive sburchohh is, as foltovs: Names. No. CtiTtittcute. No. Hhs. Amt . Bush Hyiuau P, Trustee fi 5u f.M Hush Kymau P, Trustee 0 U 5o bush 11) man P, 'trustee lo H O lw Hush ilyu.au P, Trustee u leo loo Hush Hyman f , Trustee I'i ItiiJs n 0 Hush llymau P, 'trustee IV U0 Mm liuoh lty man P, Trustee 24 loo 'luo bush Hyman P, Trustee !5 U0 luO Hush llymun P, Trustee 1;? li;o lou Hush Hyman P, Truatee :y 100 luo Hush Hi uiau P, Trustee 41 Phi i o tiush llymun P, Trustee . . HO li.u Hish li.vmau P, Trustee t.l leo H;u bush Hyman P, Trustee. f,2 j- y lou Hush llman P. Trustee t;o K() lu Hush llymun P, Trust e ii7 li.o Hush hyman P, Trustee jy Ho 100 Hush llymau J', Tnn-tee 70 lou loo Husii Hjuian P, TruMee ... n2 !tu Uu Hush Hman P, Trustee 11:4 Ut li . Lush Ujmuu I, Trusiee llo Un lui liui-l. lijnom P. Truste. Jl; rti U) Hush Hmim P, Tiiiotee 1U lu 5o Hiioh i,yiu;iii P,Tnir4c Ill 2". H:odi Ii;,mi.ii P, Trustee 124 lou lou till sr. ll li)lUll P. TrUstlC itii' U. ;u Hup-n lijuiii!i P, TrustM 140 20 . 2. bush lijiiiiiii 1', 'liOAtei- Hi lli i.i liuh lijnmu P, Tuiiiln 1-12 2v m liusi! Hmun P. Trustee li.t , e . , ' Hu-li lljmi.u 1', Truftte Ill . Until lljinaii P, Tim-tie 117 iu j , Hunii ilyuwii !', 'lH-tee l-'2 i T --i l.i-a Huso linuiii p, Tnn.tie I--- ,11, Hash llj 11.no Trust e is.t l.' t j; .Cone tieo , Tnisii i f.-.i ;'e . ; ttnlJit.r 4 P, Trust t- is. ,e tiordou t' P, Truste. M in Mornsu J li1:- ;c iv Hiehardson 1'. A, Truste- .'. ; y liicliards-tii L A. '! ruhtee .'.u ; ..t KteljaikirHii i. A. Ti'i'sle .1- : Hi- hardwui 1. a, '1 losiie i',;. :. HchmU'tU'U li. TniUie Iiv m h' We deli Juim H 2:'. .'5 a.. SKf iWi.. lltlsh H P, Tl'lHtee 1, 0 U,y titiblt 11 P, Twistee .... ; ." H o f tiuah H P, Trustee. ll ;ro K-o Hush H P, Tructee li I; o tin Bush H P. Trustee .:, 0 0 it o Hush ii P, Trustee !. li n u n Husii H P, Trustee JO . 0 ;,y Hush 11 P, Trust, c ..i; Hush llymau P, Trustee in ;i itit Hush llymau P. Trustee 211 .,5 Hush llj man V. Trustee Ik. KH l(,,i Hush 11) luun P, Trustee ;(7 b 0 Jt -i Hush llymau P, Trustee ;ib loo no Hush Hyman P, Truatee yy leu n t( Bush Huiau P, Trustee 4o P() lu- tiusb Hymmi P, Trustee...... . 4." 25 2;- tiuh H)tuau P, Trustee u4 l.-u It v Bush Hj mall P, Trustee 5, .'i, l- Hush Hymmi P, Trustee iv ,"-0 50 Cavallier J P, Trustee 51 ? : Cornell It 11 m .'.7 o7 Noble H H, Trutitee r.t 25 2a Si.'arsWmJI . 7 ;(ihj Sears WmH. 8 i.oti Sears Wm H 0 500 ftoo Sears Wm H lu 5111 ,-,i;o Hplivalo C H C.i. pj Tj Treadwell A, Trustee 21 bo li Treaifwell A, Trustee '.2 1Mi H Treadwell A, Trustee v.t Ido loo Treadwi 1 A, Trustee 24 H;u ). Treadwell V, Trustee 25 Ho j,.. Treadwell A, Trustee 20 p 0 yu Trtauwi 11 A, TriS'tee .27 Ho juo Treadwell A, Trustee 2ti ! 11 ;m Treadwell A. Trustee 10 lui ;w 'In atiweji a, Trustee.. ,.ti ir vo 'Ireadwell A, Trustee Ill '.0 21, Treadwell A, Trustee Ji.? 20 20 Trt auwell A, Truatee ii,t 25 j5 And iu accordance with law and tu rd. v 1" the Hoard of Directors, mitde on tht 4!li dry o" June, JSTli, so mitny sliiirea of e-uh pi cel uueh sto-k nw may b neet t.ury will ic (sold at public nucth'n.at the othce tf Uu' Ciui pimy, K'Hium 20 and 7, Merchants' txehm , i'alitoniia street, Han Frt:neiHeo. tilifornla. .u Wetlnt'adny, the HOtlt rtay uf Jwlv, lhfliS, at tho hour or 12 o'ehik uur.f au 11 da, tn pay delinquent assessments tluTtou, t) nether with eotds of alvertis(nt' nndexim:s a of the sale. LOUIS KAPLAN, Mvretsry. OtOco: Koois2(l und 27 Men-hiinth Lvehanf:, California street. San t'raneiaen, t'a'. jy iV-ti Van Hanten K, Trustee.... Van Santen E. Trustee.... Van Santeu E, Trustee.... Wand Thomas N... And In accordance with law ahd an order of tho Board of Directors, made un the Sd day of June, 1973, so many shams of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public autiou at the salesroom of John Middle, ton k Sou. No. 310 Mont comet v street. San Frn. Cisco, Cel., on Monday, the 4tla day of n(Hii 10 i.j, me uuur ui i cioca p. m. Of pueuuny, w my uir ueuuquenc BSBeRSment, tO gether with coats of advertising and expensoa of sale. GEO. R. SPTNNEY, Secretary. Office: No. 820 CalifornU street, Eoom Mo. 0, ata Fnuwleco, California. . J. R. STAPLES c CO., Piorhr Ktrvvl, brlnwlhe Pnalollli r, DEALERS K FlRMllRK. ..,.AP..,. ( Manufacturers of Upholstery OP ALL KIKIIS, PtdTVEK FRAMES and GLAfiS of ill atacn, which they offer lor aali- at naiiouable pric. f.. Slirtiitj Matreaaea, Hair Malretiaea. Lniina.. anil Window Cornlii; Also, PAi'EK UA.mJit. UNDERTAKING. A apleseHd rrrj"-' Hparae alwayB In atlfnilnnce. Wiila, Joblilnir and KcwirlnaT executfil nf e ly Slid promptly. niymf To PiocheJShippers. WE ARE NOW SHirPINO JBEIOHT from Lobl Itfrmlnns- -Mfc Southern Railroad) at : , - Twt asid Thre-qiBrt.r Csnts ptr Pound, 011 Tim., to Pioche, And Will irive diipatch tn sll goods to our cars. OOkDOX IIIKSAY, Forrardtni, Atni Ukl, Ctsk..