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Ir tLuu dc-bire tb luve man, be humble; lur the proud heart, a it Iotm noo bat itself, to it u beloved of soot bat by it a. TM vote of uomii ity U God music, and the silence of hu mility is God's rhetoric. Humility en forces wher neither virtue nor sttrogtb ran prevail nor reason. Wi recopnire goodneu wherever we find it. 'Tis the same belplul influence, beantif.ving the meanest as the greatest service by its nianuera, doing most when least conscious, as if it did it not. - i ,;,i. rrom well, oy clover vslley, r)truoe ul uoa auu i siaiai 4iaorne and Cherry crwefc PROPOSALS roe CARRYINC THE MAILS. POHTOPr'H K UKPABTJIKNT, j WjaajleurtiM. Ochber 1. IM. jnOPOftALS WILL BK RECEIVED AT THE p. m. or ret-rnary i. if ( "f"ur" before March i, 1874). for conrermfi the mail of thf I'alteU State in the Stat of Kroui July 1, 171, to June 30, 17N, oa tb route sod bj the srheditlesof d' partun anil arrival herein tpeciiVd; hr-intf mutt-a i tabltshed at third nenwou of 41st txmtrrt-"- and ttr.it Keiion of 42d Congn ss, and other. Hftsnilu.o, lS aatt'S ai4 back, three tuues a wL. Leaver Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 0 a tn m-rivm at HamUloo AfUt day bTipo. levt buniltn Monday, Wdnadjr and Ineajr. tt 6 a feu arrive at Well tlih days by 6 p iu New a-rvice. 451aJ From Toano by Eilvc Zone, Hchell bommp, Fiermoni (n. .), Parrainento r.trit (n. o. and Pattsraoa District (a. a) to Piock. 2C0 nitW-a and back, once a week. Lc-ave Toano Monday it i m: an-ire at Piocae Saturday by 6 pm. Leave Ploche Monday at 6 a m; arrive at Tjuo Bat unlay by 6 p m. 4M3G From Tecouta n, o.) to Bttfl, mil and ba-k, all timee a week, by a achfdule aetifa-fe-tory to tlv potra after at Bar). 47 From T-comB to Annaville, 25 imlt-s and bark, once a -seek. Ijeare Tcome Monday at a a in. srrive at Annaville by 4 p ro. Leave Anna Tille Tue0y at a mi Arrive at Twonia by 4 , p m. FORM OP PROPOSAL. Ct'ARIXTKE, ! . AXDCERTIFICATK. - v . fnvrvaai.. i The imd.ffiifl.l , Whoae Poat- ni,.- auitJrvft. ir. - .fOlUMT of . State of j , nropoeMto convty the maili of the United 1 Stat, k, in -in July 1, 1974 to June, 1878, l on route No. . between and , un- I d-r the aiv-rtiseiiieQt of the Postmaster Gener I al, dated Ortober 1. 1873, "with celerity, cer- IjnOPOflALs WILL BK RECEI Ki at inr. taiutv and awnnty" tlaw of Junes, la.ii). lor Owitract Offt of thla Ih-partm ut nnttt a (ue ftUUUi EUm of dollara. 1 ine ptMpoaai l made wiid iuil inowuflRe vi ' the diUuce of the route, the weight of the mail ' to be rained, aixt all other particulars In refer i euce to the route and servioe; and, also, alter 1 careful euuninattoua of the laws and instruc- tioiiH attachi-d to advertitteinent of mail serv ice; and of Uie provision coutaiued In tht act of CotiirreM of Juw , 172. Jet4t , Bidder. OtTARAXTEE. ' The uHderolgned, rt-Kidlng at , Btate of 1 . undertake tliat. if the foresotuff bid for car- (Examine carefully the f'irnii and instructions rrlntr the mail on route No. be accepted by auuexed.) I the PuMinaoter lieueral, the bidder will, priur : to the lt of June, 1874, euter into the required Au act of Congress of June 8, 167J. require i obligation r contract to pertorui the service that bida of $5,ouu and up want be accompanied pruposed. with good and sufficient auritieav by a certitted 4-heck or draft e.jual to hve xer ( Xhis we do, nudert-taudiiig distinctly the obll cnt of the bid. ; gatiu and liabilities aAMumed by guarantors. Dmttd NEVADA. 45101 From Reno, by Junction Huiine (Cal.)( Long Valley, Milford, aud Jaucaville, tu hiiMui. llle (Cl.), W mll and back, six times a week; leave Reoo dail) . exiipt bunday, at 6 a in; ar rive at Suwnville third day by l't m; leave Hu aanville daily, except Sunday, at 1 y m, arrive at Beuo third days by I Prewnt pay, 7, JUO per annum. 4ilUi From Virt(im City, by Oold Hill and Silver City, b Pay ton, lu mih s anil back, six timeaa week; leave VirKinia City daily, except Sunday, it D i in: arrive at Way ton by 12 ui; leave Dayton daily, except Sunday, at 1 p m: ar rive at Virginia City by 4 p m. 45103 From Carson City, by Oenoa, Welling ton, Walker River. Pine tirove, and bwoet Wa ter, to Aurora, lltf miles and ba-k. three times a wrek; leave Carson City Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at a a m; arrive at Aurora third days by 3 pm; leave AuroraMnnday, Wednesday and Friday at e a in; arrive at Canton City third days by 3 p m. 4410i From Carson City to Ok-nbrook. 12 miles and back, once a week: leave Carson City Monday at 8 a m; arrive at Gleiibrook by 12 iu; leave Olen brook Monday at 1 p m; arrive at Carson City by 6 p m. 4106 From Genoa to Lake Valley (Cl ).20 miles and back, once a w-ek: leave Oenoa Mon dav at 1 p m; arrive at Lake Valley by 7 p iu; h ove Lake Valley Monday at 6 a m; arrive at teu bv 12 m. 4MM From Aurora by Benton (Cnl.), Bishop Creek, FiPh Springs, and Big Pine, to ludepend-t-nce (Cat), YSA nulea and back, three time a w.ek; lea-e Aurora Tuesday, Thursday, a 1 Sat urday at 1 a m; arrive at liidejiendence next davi bv 6 a m; leave Indeiwntieuce Monday, Wednesday, "d Friday at 0 pm; arnvo at Au rora next day by p m. Pnut pay, it,U00 per annum. 4MU7 From Aurora to Columbus, 90 miles and back, twice a week; leave Aurora Monday und Thnradav at 8 a m; arrivft at Columbus thinl days by l'j m, leave Culumhiu Monday and l I hurKday at H a m; arrive at Auniru, unru iuijb bv 12 m. onceawe'k. Bidders will Ute diManc, and i of oflhw, that the rnon who administered the propose schedule of departures and arrivals. 4.-)liy f rom uoiumuua. uy naKiowii 411.0.1, , CERTIFICATE. The aiiderrtigned. Postmaster at , State of , tvrtiheK. under his oath of office, that he is acquainted with the abova guarantors, and knows them to b-men of property, and able to make good thiir guarantee; and that bidder and guarantors are above the age of 21 yean. Bids of ffi.ouo and upward niuitt be accompa nied by a certified check, or dralt, on some sol vent Natioual bank, equal tottvs per centum on the present annual pay on the ronte; or in caae ot new strvice. not lens than five per centum of one year's pay proptwed in bid. (Section 203, Act of Juuert, 1M72.J The Postmaster mutit not sign the certificate until the aum of the bid is inserted atd the old and guarantee signed by all parties, and dated. Oath Required by Kertlon 346 of an Art of t on arena Approved Jane H, to be A Mixed to Each Bid for Carrying the Mall, and toh Taken He fore an Officer UalfH'tl to Ad tiiiuUter Oaths. I , of , bidder for conwylnn th mail on route No. , from , do hwear that I have the ability pecuniarily to ful fill my obligation as such bidder; that the bid is made 'in good taitb.and with the Intention to enter into coutrai t and perform the service in caw aid bid shall be accepted ; and that the sig nature of the guarantors thereto are genuine, and that 1 be live the said guarantors to be pecu marly responsible forand able to pay all dama ges Uie United Btatea shall suffer by reason of mv failing to perform my obligations aa such bidder. Sworu to and mbwnbed before me , for the of this day of , A. V. lul, and in ttntiiuony thereof I hereunto sub scribe my name and orax iny official seal the day and year afuit said. SEAL. No-rz. When the oath is taken before a Justice of the lVace, the certificate of the clerk of a court of record should be added, under his seal flfhriat. DfUuQUfat ialrs. frintiag 0ffirr. Mai WopoMl HUM v0s." Wreew I J l ',,,1,1 nlwi the full..w- Affinal JUmtoru. 'wwawuuhi ru.iui , dnKribKi lock on Kcount of uvawu I a,.be o.oapuied Ur.s rl;el et'k. -r " Vt oppuST. lb. account of aaaeMinent I 1 ptroacU of tbe atmount; aiao bids lor ! w ir"1'M" h-h now eosta 5.000 or more t r annum. Where the ureMut pay is 6,Ub0 or mure. U ia aUted In the adrertiaemeat under the appro ariate route. 1;. The contracts are to be executed and re turned to the Department by or before the 1st day of June. 1S74, otherwise the accepted bidder will be considered as having failed, and the Postmaster General may proceed to contract for the service with otber parties, aceoraing to law. Transfers of contract, or of interest in con tracts, are forbidden, by law, and consequent, ly cannot be allowed. Neither can bids or inter est in bids, be transfiTTed r aligned to other parties. Bidders will therefore take notice that they will be expected to perform the service awarded to them through the whole contract term. 18 Section M of the act of June 8, 1A7J, pro Tides that contract for the transportation of the mail shall be awarded to the luweet bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for faithful per formance, without other rcttrence to the mode of such transportation than may be neceisary to provide for the due celerity, certainty, aud secu rity thereof." I'nder this law bids that pro pose to transport the mails with r-leriU, cer tainty, and security," having been decided to be the only legal bhds, are construed as providing for t) entire mail, however large, and what ever may be the mode of conveyance necessary to irsare it "celerity, certainty, and security," aud have the preference over all others, and no others are considered, except for steamboat rout. l'.. A modification of bid In any of Its essen tial tenua is tantamount to a new bid, and can not be received, so aa to interfere with regular competition. Making a new bid, with guarantee and certificate, is the only way to modify a pre vious bid. 20. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify to the sufficiency f guarantors without knowing that they are p rsons of suihcient responsibility. (See section 247, act oj June 8, 1H72.) They must not siim the certificate until the sum ot the bid is inserted, and the bid and guarantee are signed by the bidder and (two) guarantor; a disregard of this instruction by Post maulers will subject them to immediate removal and to severe penal ties. Postmasters are also liable to dlMniftgal from office for acting as agents of contractor or bid ders, with or without compensation, in any bnst nesa. matter, or thins relating to the mall ser vice. They are the trailed agent of the Depart ment, and cannot consistently act in uoin canacitiea. 21. All bidders, guarantors, and mretie are distinctly notified that on failure to enter into or perform the contract for the service proposed for in the accepted bids, their legal liabilities will be enforced against them. 22. Present contractors, and person known at the Department, must, equally aith others, pas cure guarantors and certificate of their saTtt- ciencv substantially in the forms above pre scribed. The certificate of tufticiency moat be si jnd bya Postniafcter. 23. In all cane where the routes are not fully smitdled with the necessary locks and pouches. it is the duty of the Postmaster at the head of the route to make requisition on the contract Office of thla Department for such locks and pouches before 1st of July next provided th route be let. JNO.A. J, CKE8WELL, o!4 P oat master General (OLD STOCK.) Name. No. of So. of Certificate. Share. Amt !tO0 100 HOn 10 lot s OFiTIOHJ OF TjHIi. to WaUowortb, 140 miles and bark, once a week; leaves Columbus Monday at 6 a m; arrive at Wads worth Wednesday by 6 p m; leave Wadh worth Thursday at 6 a iu; arrive it Cilnmbus Saturday by e p"m. 4 110 From Lida, by Pipea (n. o., in FUh Lake Vallev, to Colutnlmsaud back, once a week. Hidderswill state distance, and propose- sche dule of departures and arrivals. 45111 From Wadnworth. by Bucklands, to Mason Valley, C2 mile and iack, once a week; leave Wadsworth Monday at ti a tu; arrive at Mason Vallay next day by 4 pm; leave Mason ailey Monday it 6 1 m; arrive at Wadsworth nett dav bv 4 p m. 4M 12 From Waduworth to Greenfield and back, once a week bidden will state distance, and propone schedule of depsrtures snd arrivuls. 4 sua From Unionville, by Mill City, to Dun Glen, 38 miles and back, six times a week; leavu Cnionville daily, except Sunday. at7 a m; arrive st Dun Glen by (i p m; leave Dun Glt.a daily, ex. cept Sunday, at 7 a m; ar.e at Unionville by H p m. Present pay, a,Hei per annum. 45114 From Wmneniucca to Paradise Valley, 4;i miles and back, twire a week; leave Winne mucca Tuesdav and Friday at 6 am; arrivH at Paradise Valley by 8 pm; leave paradise Valley Monday and Thursday ut 6 am; arrive at Win neniucca by 8 p m. 43115 From Argents, bv Austin, Junction and Pine Creek, to llelmont. Iho miles and back, ix times a week; leave Arenta daily, except 8un ilay, at 2 p m; Arrive at Belmont in three days; leave BehuoBt daily, except Bunday, at 8 am; arrive at Argenta in three days, New service. 45116 From Argenta, by Battle Mountain (n. o.), to Galena, 17 miles aud back, three times a week : leave Argenta'Mon day .Wednesday and Fri day at 7 am; arrive at Galena by 12 n : leave Galena Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p m: arrive at Argenta by 6 p m. 45117 From Austin, by Washington (n.o), St. Augustine (n.o.), and lone City, to Ell worth, 70 miles and back, once a week; leave Austin Mondty at 6 a tn; arrive at Ellsworth uext day by C p m ; leave Ellsworth Wednesday at ti a m; arrive at Austin next day by fl p m. 451 lit From Austin to Eureka, 80 mile and hack, three times a week; leave Austin Monday, Wednesday and- Friday at 6 a m ; arrive at Eu reka next days bv 6 p m; leave Eureka Monday Wedneaday aud Frldav at C a m; arrive at Austin next daya by 6 p m. New service 4611U From Junction, by Blue Spring n. , o.l, Ophir Canyon (n.o.), Hot Springs (n. o.) San Antonio, Silver Peak and Lida, to Oold Mountaiu, 155 mile and back, once a week: leave Belmont Monday at 6 a in; arrive at Gold Mountain Wednesday by t p m; leave Oold Mountain Thursday at 6 a m; arrive at Belmont Saturday by 8 pm. 45120 From Junction to Twin River, 31 miles and back, three time a week; leave Junction Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a m ; arrive ut Twin River far 6 p m; leave Twin River Tuesday, Thursday and aturday at 7 a m; arrive at Junction by 6 p m. 45121 From Belmont, by Hot Creek, Morey, Duck Water and Treasure City, to Hamilton, 132 mile and back, once a week; leave Belmont Tuesday at 6 a m: arrive at Hamilton Thursday by p m; leave Hamilton Friday at 6 a m; arrive at Belmont Monday by 6 p m. 45122 From Belmont to Montezuma, 45 mile and back, once a week; leave Belmont Monday t6 am; arrive at Montezuma by 8 p m; leave Montezuma Tuesday at 6 a m; arrive at Belmont by 8 p m. 45123 From Hamilton, by Mineral City, Red Butte (n.o.), and Patterson's (n. o.), to Pioche, 176 mile and back, aix times a week. Leave Hamilton daily, except Sunday, at 6 a. m. Ar rive at Ploche third days by six p. m. Leave Ploche daily, except Bunday, at 6 a. in; Arrive at Hamilton third days by 6 p.m. Present pay, 551,250 per annum. 45124 From Hamilton, by Treasure City, to Eberhardt, ft mile and back, six time a week. Leave Hamilton daily, except Bunday, at 8 a. m; Arrive at Eberhardt by 10 a. m. Leave Eber hardt daily, except ttnnday, at 11 a. m; Arrive at Hamilton by 1 p. m. 4126 From Hamilton to Troy, 78 mile and back, once a week. Ieave Hamilton Monday at a. m: arrive at Troy next day by 0 p ro. Leave Troy Wednesday at A a. m; arrive at Hamilton next day by p . m. 45126 From Pioche, by St. Joseph, to St. Thomas, 1 mile and back, onoe a week. Leave Pioche Monday at ti a. m; Arrive at St. Thomas Wednesday by 6 p. m. Leave St. Thomas Thurs day at ft a. m; arriv at Pioche Saturday, by 6 p. m. 43127 From Pioche to Blko, CO miles and hack, onoe ft week. Leave Pioche Tuesday at 6 a. as; arrive at Uiko next day by 4 p. m. Leave Hiko Thursday at ft a. tn; arrive at Pioche next day by 4 p. m. ail'ia From Palisades, by Mineral Bill and Euroka, to Hamilton, 132 mile and back, ix tune week, by schedule not exceeding 48 hour ue wsy, making proper connection with Central Pacific Railroad. Present pay, $17,000 per an num. ' 1 4512 Front XQto, by Tuacarora and White hock, to Mountain City, 12ff mile and back, twice week. Leave Elko Monday and Thura. day. at 6 a m; arrive at Mountain Oily Wednesday and Batnrday by p m- Leave Mountain City Monday and Thnraifay at 6 am; arrive at Elko Wednesday and Saturday by ft p m. Present pay, $8,020 per anauir. 46130 From Elko to Bullion, 30 miles and back, once a week. Leave Elko Monday at 9 a m; arriv at Bullion by Up ni. Leave Bullion Tuesday at 9 a m; arrive at Elko by 6 p m. 6U1 From Elko to Lamoille. 20 mile and naok, once a week. Leave Elko Saturday at 1 p m; arrive at Lamoille by 7 p m. Leave uunonie Saturday at 6 a m; arrive at Elko by 12 m. 4S1S9 From Klkoto Huntington, 64 miles and back, once a week. Leave Elko Friday at 10 a m; arrive at Huntington next day by 6 p ni. Leave Huntington WeftnesxUy at ft a an; arrive at Elko , next day by 3 pm. 46133 From HallecV.by Camp Halleck, to a by Teller 63 miles and back, once a track Leave Halle k Monday at 7 a m; arrive at Rnby Valley next day by 13 In. Leave Rnby Valley oath tea duly qualified Justice of the Peace. IXNTRVCTIOXS TO BIDDKRS AND POSTMASTER t Containing a Ho conditions to be incorporated in the contracts to the extent the Department may deem proper, 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each Inter- m diau- ofltce, when not otherwise specified, for ashortinu (lie mails. 2. On route where the mode of conveyance admits of it, the social auents of the Poetotnce Department, also postomce blanks, mail bags, locks and keys, are to be conveyed without ex tra charL'i-. a. '-way bills or receipts, prepared by post masters or other agents 01 tne jjepartnicnt, will accompany tne mans, specifying tne num ber and destination of the several bugs, to be ex amined by the postmasters, to insure regularity in the delivery of bags aud pouches. 4. No pay will be made for trips not per formed; and for each of such omissions, if the 25 25 25 5 bt 50 60 loo IIS) 60 50 30 10 5 ltl 10 20 bo 50 luu 100 100 100 ' loo UNI loo loo l(l) 100 10 10)1 ft 10 w ft 50 50 10 10 5 A j0 HO 1:7 25 25 25 HO 50 5 li-J 100 50 50 30 50 10 s 10 10 20 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 10U 100 100 100 Piorhe Silver Mining Company.- Location of works, Fly Mining District. Lincoln county, Nevada. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of said Company, held on the 30th dsy of October, 1875, an assessment (No. 6) of One Dollar per share was levied upon the capital stock of said Companr, payable immediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company, tv California street, hsd rran Cisco, California. Any stock upon which aid assessment shall remain unpaid on the Itttn day of Decem ber, 1H73, will be deemed delinquent, and adver tised for sa at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold onTveaday, the tith, day of Jannary, 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment, to gether with cost of advertising and exiiensea of sale. lly order of the Board of Directors, ( HAH. E. ELLIOT, Secretary. Office: Room 28 Hay ward' Bulding, 419 Cali fornia street, Ban Francisco, California. n4-td lngomar Silver MInlnjr Company. Location of principal place of business, Han Francisco, California; location of works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, State of Ne vada. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 6th day of November, 1H73, an assessment (No.ti) of twenty-five cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable im mediately In United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Companv, Itoum 23 Hay ward's Building 419 California street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the lUth day of Oecem- toer, lHi.t, win oe aennquent, ana adver tised for sale at public auction, aud unless pay. nient is made before, will be sold on Thu ra dii v. the Nth dav of January. 1H74. to failure is occasioned by the fault of the con- pay the delinquent assessment, together with tractor or carrier, three times the pay of the trip will be deducb-d. For arrivals so far be hind time as to break connection with depend ing mails, and not sufficiently excused, one fourth of the compensation for the trip is sub ject to forfeiture. For repeated delinquencies of the kind hen-in specified, enlarged penalties, proportioned to the nature thereof, aud the im portance of the mail, may be made. 5. For leaving behind or throwing off the mails, or any portion of them, for the admission of passengers, or for being concerned in setting up or running an express conveying intelligence in advance of the mail, a quarter a pay will be deducted. (i. Fines will be imposed, nnless the delin quency Ih- promptly and satisfactorily exi lained by certificates of postmasters or the affidavit of other credible persons, for failing to arrive in contract time; for neglecting to take the mail from, or deliver it into, apostofhee; for suffer ing it to be wet, injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost; aud for refusing, after demand, to convey the mail as frequently a the contractor runs, or is concerned in running, a coach, cur, or steamboat on a route. , 7. The Postmaster General msy annul a con tract for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract; for violating the postofflcc laws, or disobeying the instructions of the Department; tor musing to aiacnarge a carrier wneu required by the Department to do so; for running an ex press as aforesaid; or for transporting persons or packages conveying mailable matter out of the mail. 8. The Postmaster General may discontinue or extend a contract, change the schedule and termini of a route, and alter, Increase, decrease, or extend the service, in accordance with law, ho allowing a pro rata increase of compensation for any additional service thereby required, or lor increasea speea, 11 tue employment ot auu tloual stock or carriers is rendered necessary; and in case of decrease, curtailment, or discon tinuance of service, as a full indemnity to said contractor, one month's extra pay on the amount of service dispensed with, and a pro rat com pensation for the service retained. Provided, however, that, m case of increased expedition, the contractor may, upon timely notice, relin quish the contract . Payment will be made by collections from, or draft on, postmasters or otherwise, after the expiration of each quarter say In November, February, May and August, provided that re quired evidence of service has been received. 10. The distances given are believed to be sub stantially correct; but no increased pay will be allowed should they be greater than advertised, if the points to be supplied are correctly stated. Bidders must inform themselves on this poipt, and also in reference to the weight of the mail, the conditions of hill, roads, streams 4tc, and all toll-bridges, turnpikes, plank-roads, ferries, or obstructions of any kind by which expense may be Incurred. No claim for additional pay, based on such ground, can be considered, nor for alleged mistake or misapprehension as to the degree of service; nor for bridges destroyed, ferries discontinued, or other obstructions caus ing or increasing distance or expense occurring during the contract term. Office established after this advertisement is issued, and also dur ing the contract term, are to be visited without extra pay, if the distance be not Increased. 11. Bidders are cautioned to mail their propo sals tn time to reach the Department by the day and hour named (3 p. m., February 2, 1874), aa bids received after that time will not be consid ered In competition with bids, of reasonable amount, received in time. Neither can bids be considered which are without the guarantee re quired by law, and a certificate of the sufficiency of such guarantee, and the oath of th bidder, according to section 246, act of June 8, 1872. 12. Bidders should first propose for service strictly according to the advertisement, and then, If they desire, separately for different ser vice; and if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the advertised service, the other propositions may be considered. 13. There should be but one ronte bid for tn a proposal. Consolidated or combination bids ("proposing one sum for two or more routes") cannot be considered. 14. The route, the service, the yearly psy, the name and residence of the bidder (that is, his usual post-office address), and the name of each memlierof s firm, whtr a oonqiany offers, sliou Id be distinctly stated. 15. Bidders are requested to tine, as far as prac ticabls, the printed propnssli furnished by the Department, to write out in full the aom of their bids, and to retain copies of them. Altered bids should not be submitted; nor should bids once submitted be withdrawn. No withdrawal of a bidder or guarantor will be al. lowed unless the withdrawal ts received twenty four hoars previous to th time fixed for open ing the proposals, . JCaoa bid must be guaranteed by two responsi ble persons. The bid and guarantee should be signed plainly with th full name of each per- sua. , ,- The Pnstmamet twrntal reserve ihe right to reject any bid which may bs deemed extrava gant, and also to disregard the bids of failing con- costs of advertising snd expenses of sale. CHA8. 8. NEAL, Secretary, Office: Room 23 Uaywards Building, 419 California street, Han Francisco, caiiromta, nll-td Bowery Consolidated Mill and Ml 11 ing Company. Location of principal place of business, San Francisco, California; location of work, Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada .Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors, held on the 5th day of Novemlier, 1873, an assessment (No. 4 of 1 fty cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to th Secretary, at the office of the Company, room 28 Hay ward's Building, wo. 4it California street, Man rran Cisco. California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the ltith day of December, 1K73, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is maae oeiore, wui be sold on rritiay, tne lth day of Jannary, 1874, to pay the de linquent assessment, together with costs of advertising aud expenses of sale. CHAS. E. ELLIOT, Secretary. Office; Room 28 Huy ward's Building, No. 419 California street, San Francisco. California, nll-td 2 a 25 26 10 10 10 10 50 W 100 100 20 20 10 10 20 20 j 5 an :w IS 15 20 20 26 33 35 30 30 30 30 5 6 100 100 36 35 20 50 5 ft 10 10 20 30 5 ft 500 SOU 5 500 25 25 50 50 tio 65 13 13 20 20 5 6 25 25 21 21 50 50 67 67 50 60 5 5 5n 60 20 20 M 60 fri 50 60 60 50 50 50 60 50 uO loo 100 10 10 34 34 6 5 50 50 10 10 8 10 10 10 10 no 100 100 100 20 20 100 luo 100 ' 100 100 100 50 50 11 11 50 50 100 10 BotsfordJ E Cahill Fox, Trustees il5 Cahill 4t Fox, -Trustee I Cahill A Fox. Trustees... .16iy Charles H A. Trustee W- 10 Crosby W F, Trustee 4 50 croaoy w v . Trustee 1 . Connelly Wm J 122 Dixon R 8. Trustee Kyre E fc. Trustee Goldman J A, Trustee 1-3J 10 Higuina w l. Trustee it. Hughes R, Trustee. bl . . . 6 J Kellev G W, Trustee 13S 1W MewingerCha,lel Ml Martin G P. Trustee 15tw Han-iur J, Trustee 12 MausurJ, Trustee I11 Noble H H, Trustee Noble H II , Trustee 1'0 Richardson E A, Trustee lot) Richardson E A, Trustee 114 Richardson E A. Trustee.... 147 Ktcnardson K A, Trustee. . . - h i Richardson K A. Trustee 3i3 Richardson E A, Trustee.. ..414 Richardson E A , Trustee Richardson K A, Trustee . . . -'O0 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .60.t Richardson E A, Trustee . . . -745 Richardson E A, Trus ....naa Richardson E A, Trustee . . . 123.' Richardson E A, Trustee. . .12vC Richardson E A, Trustee . . .13i7 Richardson E A, Trustee. ..11" Richardson E A, Trustee.. .1418 Richardson E A. Trustee... 141 Richardson E A, Trustee . . . U42 Kiehaxditou E A Trustee. ..143 Richardson K A, Trustee... 144 Richardson E A, Trustee . . . ! Richardson E A, Trustee. . .146 Richardson E A, Trustee . . . 17 Richardson E A, TmMee. . .144 Richardson E A, Trustee. . .144'.' Richardson E A, Trustee., .1450 R- rke B B, Trustee, bal . . . . 1277 Schmieden Henry, Trust.. . .702 Schmieden Henry, Trustee. 109 Schmieden Benry. Trust. . 1483 Schmitt M, Trustt l&M Sharp OK U0 t'hler J Clem, Trustee 217 Chler J Clem, Trustee 7ol t hler J Clem, Trustee 7i5 tThler J Clem. Trustee ltK'2 Woods Freeborn, Trustees.;! Woods ft Freeborn, Trusts. . 1663 Webster ft ttoule, Trutees. . .551 Wilson Anna L, bal "la J.JIW STM'K. Anderson F O. Trustee 5oa Anderson FO, Trustee M4 Anderson F O, Trustee Si '5 Boyd ft Davis, Trustee Baker Saml, Trustee W) Baker Saml, Trustee ".u Burgess 0 A HHd CavalllerJP, Trustee 112 Cavallier J P, Trustee UW Crandall W G, Trustee 862 Crandall W G, Trustee 86fi Crandall W G, Trustee. . .8&fi Crandall W G, Trustee W7 Cowan F A 7jh Dixon R 8, Trustee 37 DowellJohn A "31 Edwards K, Trustee 4K1 Fisher E, Trustee '. . 7 J4 Fisher E, TruBtec "'-5 Fisher E, Trustee 737 Farmer The 071 Glazier I ft Co, Trustees 70 Hutchinson John, Trustee ., -it'S Hutchinson John, Truhtce. .61 Laxure L T, Trustee 421 LazureLT, Trustee 6KJ Lazure L T, Trustee 57 LazureLT, Trustee ClfJ LazureLT, Trustee 674 Lazure L T, Trustee 75 Lazure L T, Trustee C'7ti Larurt- L T, Trustee 677 Lazure L T, Trustee .678 Peck LP, Trustee 520 Richardson E A, Trustee yi Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .12 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .21 Sleeper Geo, TruBtee 362 Schmitt G A, Trustee 4u Spinney feo R, Trustee 611 Schmieden Henry, Trutee.257 Schmieden Henry, Trustee. 340 Chler J Clem, Trustee 116 filler J Clem, Trustee 163 Vbler J Clem, Trustee 402 Van ttanten K, Tmatee,... ...51 Van aanu-a B Tnutee..f.M..S2 Vau Hauten E, Trustee 53 Van Han ten E, Trustee 64 Woods & Free born, Trustees. 558 Woods K Freeborn, Trustees.602 Wade A P. TriiittM: . :.768 Aud iu accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Directors, mads on the 30th day of September, lti73, so many shares of each par cel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction, at the salesroom of John MiddlPton Son, Ho. 810 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California, on Thurs day, the ttTthday of November, 1873, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expetiae of the GEO. R. BPINNKY, Secretary. Office: No. 320 California street, Room No. 5, San Francisco, California. nll-td PIOCHE DAILY RECORD. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CSITEU BTaTES. , Ulywc. 8. Uruit Fnidut Burr Wilsoa .....Vice-President nmuT i etsom. HtaOllea risk Seeretarj ot Bute Wss. I. Bicaawlsna . -fccretair of tlx Traanur Vim. W.Belkaaa,o lows lacntirr of War Oca. M. BobesoB, of S. Seerstarjof the H.vj Ouliuntw rMlsao.of Ohio, Bee'y of the Iatertot Geo. H. Willisms, of Oregoa, Attorwy Oeseial J A. J. CrMwtll.of Md., Postmaster Otnerat C0SRISS3fIN noU KIT1DA. (trustor Wm. II. Btevsrt Term expire. 1S7S eVustor John P. Junes Term expires 187 HepnaeatatiTC Charles W. Kendall NEVADA. STATE OFFICtKS. t. E. Bradlev Governor Frank Duivcr .Lieutenant Governor J. D. Minor SrcreLryof But. W. W. Hobart Controller Jrrrv Schooling Treasurer Luther A. stucaner Atlornor General John Day Hurveror General a. riiner..auperinH'nuent ruouc imiruciiou C. A. V. Putnam State Printer B. K. Whitehlll Mate Mineralogist C. Thornton. s.... .Governor's Private Herretarjr BtrPBIMf OOCRT. B 0. hitman Chief JuaUcs Thomas B. Uavlejr AMoriate 0. H. Belknap Associate Alfred Helm Clerk of the Supreme Ceirt LfiJCOLK COINTY OFFICERS. M . Fuller ...B. 8. Clapp Till. eaUbliahment is supplied with s Urge afwortluent of newest styles ef Type, Borders, Assorted Stationer) ...AKI ALL TUB , MODERN MACHINERY KvruVRn tn tun EXECUTION $umw Sirrrtoru. , AI D k BE8BT. Atternerm LnZ. ' Bmlding. up ateiw. w- s,te w A SHIM g BBC, Pioneer 8t,i u , opposite Lseour. M'n "., BBAHAJI T. UT., PMinw,. BEEXE. HORACE D.. Airn'! Sour, Public Omc.wlb7pd BEBOBTKIR DR. H., Physldan v Bulluin.. Htm re; ovvrlaie Bak"'' JISHOP A LEE, Phrslcians, w- JISHOP t SAB IN, Attorney, at u,'"' B noons SEWLVG MACHINE COMPavv"' 1BEAKa H. B.. KoUy Public r" ,nd Mta, tSS: B.. Oaliery. B.a BCTLEB T. R., Asaayer, i , Orpoaite Pioche Hoiln , COMMAS TYLiR, Capital Saloon. Main tr, CAHILL k VOX. Stock Broken, ot Montgomery street, kan r CLABK D. C. k BRO., Wholesal, Uli " -Uealers in Groceri. .R?U eral M.-rchauliae. Lome VI... r a District Jndga State Senator Slate Senator AHeeuiblymen AiMetublynian Aaaeniblvnian Shenlf County clerk UUtrict Attorney County Treasurer County Recorder County Auditor County Assessor County Surveyor Coroner Public Administrator, John B. Wilaon P. A. Craigu. P. L. Slioatf. Thomas W dlace W. 8,' 'ravis P.J. Alilltr .George Goldtliwaite , John Boeder . . . . W. H . Henderson W. H. Henderson O. P. Sbeiwood E. Schoppmann .lr. v. lh leal ,.I)r. D. L. Deal Superintendent Public Schools. . . .Louis Sultan County Commiaaioners. D. A. VulkR, C. K. Carden, T. J. Jones. P08T0FFI0ES IN LINCOLN COUNTlt. Hlko Charles O. Heath, Postmaster Panaca James W. Landlord, Posttuaaler Pioche T. W. Abraham, Poetmaater PIOCHE TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Justice of the Peace J. B. Van ttngeg Constable Smith Gray MINING COMPANIES, Following are the principal Mining Companies on the San Francisco Stock Bosrds, together with the number of feet in esch mine snd sbarea to esch foot: NEVADA MINING COMPANIES. boos and jos mum Ft. in glial uink. Mine.lnft Adams Hill.. Alamo Alpha Con... 900 90 Alt... t,im 20 Am. Flat AH,. l.'tah. .1,900 90 Arkansas 300 100 Bacon Mill... 65 370 Baltimore C Belcher l.OtO 1U0 Belmont Beat k Belch. 224 100 Bower 20 250 Bnckeye Bulllun 2,900 Id Caledonia.... 6,000 i Central 150 72 Central No. 2. 100 100 Cbollar-Pta! . 2,800 10 Columbia. ..10,(100 6 Contldence... 130 192 C. G. H. Qrtr, 34 S 600 Con.Virgmia.l.liio 20 BEST OF JOB PRESSES! Caroline Mining Company. Loca tton of works. Fly Mining listtict, Lin coln County, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board ef Directors, held on the 11th day of November, 1873, an assessment (No. 3) of thirty cents per share wsb levied upon the capital stock of the corpo ration, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the company, No. 418 California street, San Francis co, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the ttttd day of Decem ber. 1873, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the Thursday, the 15th day of January. 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Directors. CHAS. E. ELLIOT. Secretary. Office: Room 28, Hay ward's Building, 419 Cali fornia street, San Francisco, Cal. nlB-td ASSICNEES' SALE BANKRUPTCY XJOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER ll snd by vtrtne of sn order of the District Court of the United Ststes for the District of California in Bankruptcy, made snd entered In the matter of Mendha Silver Mining Company, A Bankrupt, on the 28th day of October, A. D. 1873, the undersigned, Assignees of said Bank, rupt, will sell st Public Auction, for csah in V. 8. gold coin, st the Mill snd Works of said Company, st Highland. In the Highland Mining Distriot (nesr the town of Pioche), Lincoln County, State of Nevsda, on Saturday, the 22d day of Kovem ' - ber, A. D. 1873, At 11 o'clock nf that day. sll that certain per sons! property of the estste of ssid Bankrupt, fully described in a detailed schedule thereof, posted at the Mill of ssid Mend lis Silver Mining Company, Bankrupt, and on Ale aud ready for Inspection at the following places, to wit: At the office ot the Assignees, Ho. 411 14 California street, In the City and County of Ban Francisco, Bute ot Californis; at the late offtoe of ssid Bankrupt, N. E. corner of California and Ran some streets, in ssid City snd County of Han Francisco; at the Mill of ssid Bankrupt, In ssid Highland Dlatrict, State of Nevada; snd st the office of Wells, Fargo k Co., In the town of Ploche, State of Nevada, where printed sched ules of ssid property msy upon sppllcatlon be obtained. Terms of sale Caah In 17. fl, gold coin, on de livery at place of ssle, within three dsn there after. Dated San Francisco, November 1, 1H73. HEBHY C. HYDE snd W. A. SCOTT. JB., Awigneea of Mendha Silver Mining Company, Baukrupt. nlj-llt THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORNIA,' THI OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER oa the Pacioo Coast. published st San Francisco. Californis. Subscription. received by "' ' . 0. WIEDERHOLD. Kprinif Mountaln.Tannel Company Location of works, Ely Mining District, Lincoln County, Nevada; prlncipsl plsce of ImmneKH, Kan Frsnclsco, Csllfornis Notice. There are delinquent upon the following de scribed stock, on sccount of asseaament lev. led on the nth dsy of October. 1H7S, the scv eral amounts set opposite the nsmes of the rcKpectivv Bhareholdera, as follows : No. of Names. Certificate. J M Bumiigton Trustee 1M J M UuftiiiKtou Jr, Trustee . .101 r M rarwcii , F M Freund, Trustee 1H0 E Flaher. Trustee 3H7 E FUber, Trustee E Fisher, Trustee 3NS John Otto 364 JTPoraemy, Trustee..... ,27s J T Ponicrov, Trustee !7S JTPoineroy, Trutee.....2l J T Pomeroy, Trustee 9S6 Geo Phillips, Trustee 257 John Both 106 J Clem Thler, Trustee w J Clem I bier, Trustee 361 J Clem Thler, Trustes 302 C F Webster, Tiustee ..130 C F Webster, Trustee. ... .ItsS C F Webster. Trustee 337 Mluer 8 Martin, Trustee ... .007 And in scoordance with law and aa order of the Board of Directors, made oa the 8th dsy ot October, 1873, so msny shares of esch par cel of SHid stock ss msy be necessary will be sold st public suction st the office of the Oompa. uy, 37 New Merchants' Exchange, Csllfornis street, Sen Frsnclsco, Cslifornls, on Monday, the 1st day of Uecenaber, 1873, st the hour of one o'clock p. m. of ssid dsy, to psy said delinquent assessment thereon, together with cotts of advertising snd expenses of sale. J. M. BUFFDiGTOX. Secretary. Office; 37 New Merchants' Exchange, Cali fornis atreet, Ssn Francisco, Csliioruia. - alt-td No. of BharcR. Aint. 10 2 '0 t mi in 25 i 200 40 200 40 1C 3 20 2.1 IS lull 20 511 10 60 10 loo K.-m - 611 10 20 4 ' 17 till 100 1 Ml 200 40 tu .10 SO 10 luo 20 16 3 DR. DRENAN. DR. PAUL M. 6RENAN, rpHE CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN AND MED. 1 ICAL LECTURER, has taken up his head, quarters In ban Frsnclsco, 127 Montgomery street, opposite the Occidental Hotel entrance. Large Rooms and the best accommodations for both sexes. Hundreds of Pstients hsvs been cured by Dr. Brenan after other physicians hsve failed. His recipes are used by the leading specisliate of New York and Philadelphia. Hend for his List of printed Questions snd his printed Circulars. You who want a true physicisn's services correspondence will oe answered by re'urn mail on receipt of stamp. Dr. Brenan will send s prescription known ss TUB KBW RUGEKMINATOR for the cure of sll dls ease of the ganlto urinary organs. Including dis ess. of the Kidneys, Bladder, Sexual Organs snd Glands, which never fails to core when need ae cording to directions. This prescription Is In. vauiauie, ss tt taorouguy restores tne Natural Powers of the body when lost by disease, nervous debility or self-abuse. Price of pre. scription 110.00. forwarded to any address. The Doctor will carefully compound the prescrip tion snd aend the medicine by express for S16.00. f 10.00 to be paid in advance and $6.00 on receipt of the medicine, which ia warranted In every esse. Address Dr. Psul M. Brenan, 127 Mont goniery street, or his private Postofflce Box 201. Send for private circular containing many things worm mowing. se-u H. R. Breakey, MINING RECORDER, NOT ART PUBLIC AM) ' ' OOIM VJU VJtvlVOZlIl COMMIMtOMKst - OF DKUMi FOR CALIFORNIA AND UTAH I COI.L li O T J O.N H MAI) K Ofl.ce, Main Street, ' aulQ-tf ' Opposite Meadow Valley st. Fliia ad Onudil Type, Floist snd Lstest Styles, for sny kind of Work, such ss Posters, Play-bills, Receipts, Blasik Rooks, Circulars, Clieclae, Notes, Tags. cis:ir:cAii3 cr mocr, itc. OARDS Of sll sises, ahsdes ndhi. i, in plain black or In any or sll the colors of the rainbow. Ft. in Shs atiKl. Mine.lnft IJulis 2.000 15 JunlatsCoa..t.0ii0 10 Justice 3.000 7 K. K.Cou.... Kentuck U5 316 Knickerbockr 1.200 Lady Brysn.. McMahon.... 1,000 39 McMeans.... 3.600 10 Miut l.r.lKI 31 h Mocking Bird 1.2C0 25 Monitor Ik-he Murphy 2,000 30 flevsas 3,0110 13t N. York Con. ,ooo lo Occidental... 800 12), Ophir 1.400 12 Overman .... 1,200 10 S Phenlx Ph. Sheridan. 1,200 Pictou 2,000 Hock Ialsnd.. 8avage 800 Cook k (lever 1,6011 l5,8eg. Belcher.. 1W) (ivwp romi. ouu ineg. uiedoniS' Dauey 2,000 12 , Senator Danlauelles.. 1.20U 2o 'sierra Nevada 70 367 75 C0C Ecliui El Dorados.. Empire Mill. Eureka Con.. Exchequer... 400 Flowery 3,000 Franklin Globe GouldACurry 1,200 Hale A Norc . 4O0 Home Ticket. Imperial 184 604 Indus - Iuaurauce.,.. 2.000 16 Jackson Jacob Little. COHN ADOLPH k BRO,, Wholesale Retsil Dcslers in ToUcco and .f4 lain street. --s, COHN JACOB. Dealer la Dry Goods aM Clothing. Main street, opp. vLSn C1RONAN JAMES, Dealer In Oroceries li?' j ware. Clothing, eto.. Main street. ' COSCHINA k GH8TIN. Dealers la Fwim snd Domestic Fruits. Ma.n street. ODortiHERTY A B., Attorne,.,i.i Meadow Valley street. " CHARTER OAK STOVES.-SeJd by J J pin k Co., Msln street. J " HlV QAMPBELL JAMES. Orient Ssloon. Ijce., Mccormick, CLANCY 4; street.'- Sslooa, Mali DEAL DR. 1. L Physician, Main itrvet. DONAHOE k QTJILLIX, L'skerv, Desieri m Liquors, Provisions aud Groceries. EDWAKPS T. D.. Attorney snd Connirlor at Law, Carson City. EIBENMANX J. k CO.. Importers snd Detlert in Hardware. Crockery, Glassware and FARGO E. A. CO., Importers and Jobbers of Brandies. Wines snd Liquors, me Front street, Ssn Frsnclsco. Alps Amador Tun. Am. Flag Bowery Cuapman M.. Charter Oa 1,000 Clilelofthn.. - Chief E. Ext. Condor - Exrelmor . . . . Harper Hermes 1,000 Silver Hill Sll ver West C. S. Overnisn. . Htandard Mill Star Con. ...18.000 2S Starlight li.Sou 3:, sterling Succor 7,000 4tijStro 40lTTenrh 20 2I Tyler 2.200 16 rnlon Con ... Sl'8 M Utah Wondvllle,... 1,400 20 Yellow Jacket 1,200 2t ye:lowat""e., FLV DISTBirT. 800 37), 80 Lll.:uiUall..l.u lu IotlUe 2.1011 12 H Marlon Mead. Valley. 2t,ltt1 2 It Newark Hl.0 40 Pacific Tun . . Page A 1'aua . 2.400 ICS Peavine 1,000 30 Pioche 1,000 PlCK he W. Ex Pioch Phemx Portland 20 FEL8ENTHAL TH., Wholessle snd E.UI1 Desler in Groceries, provisions, etc., Mali street. GRAND GIFT CONCERT. Neveks Btilf, H B. Breakey, Agent tor Lincoln county, ' GIBBON DR., Gibbon's Dlapensary, 023 Kearny street. Ban Frsnclsco. GILMER k SALISBURY, Pally Stage Line. Offlcu at Wells, Fargo k Co's. GIBFBIED k BRISACBER. Ssn Francises Restaurant snd Pskery, Mesdow Valley street, opposite Dexter Stables. HALPIN J. J. t CO., Dealer in Hardware Main street. HAMILTON E., Wholessle and Retail Liquor Dealer, Main street. HANLI K. J., Armory Hall, . Meadow Valley street. HARRISON BROS., Dealers In Furniture, Bedding. Carpets, etc., Msln street. HILL SAMUEL, Agent Florence Sewing Ma chines, 10 New Montgomery atreet, Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco. HARENBERG DR . C, Physician snd Surgeon, Meadow Valley street. - JACOBS k 6TJLTAN, Wholesale and Retsil Dealers in Genersl Merchandise, Main st. TTITCHEN k CO., Proprietors Wslkor Hons, IV and Clift House, Salt Lake. KA1N k OXEARY, Proprietors Wllmsns Ho tel, Msln street. KASTEN F., Mesdow Vslley Brewery, comer of Main and Meadow Valley streets. LIEBES k BOWMAN, Manufacturers snd Im porters of llsvana Cigsrs, corner of Sacra uieuto and Batterv streets. Ssn Frsnclsco. LIVINGSTON CO., Pine Brandies, W ines snd Liquors, 220 and 232 Californis street, San Francisco. LEWIS H . Dealer in Clothing snd Furnish ing Goods, Msin street. LYNCH JOHN C, Wholessle snd Retail Liquor Dealer, cor. Main and Lacour sts. MICHAKL H.. Cigar Store, Main street, oi.po. site Mesdow Vslley street. MAHONEY k OTOOI.E, Dealers In Clothing, Boots snd Shoes, etc.. Main street, MALLETT J. H. k CO., Meat Market, Main, opposite Lscour street. MARX P. P., Forwardirg and Oommlssloa Merchant, Tosno (C. P. B. B.) Nevada. MEYEI18 k L1CHTENBTEIN, Auction snd Commission Merchsuts, Lacour street. I1I.EY A LAAGE, Confectioners, li Next door to J.J. Ualpln A Co., Main street. MOTT, FIS-'H k CO , Importers and Dealers tn Hardware, Mill and Mining Goods, etc., Misduw Valley strket. Huhn k Hunt 3. (HO 8', Raymond k 6.000 ingomar i.ooo 40 hllver reak.. Ivanhoe 'Spring Mount - Kentucky.... 1. KI0 30jS. Mlu. luu . Kinatou 1.000 30 Wrd Beecher. 1,000 30W. ft Creole.. 200 Uhlgh . Geu. Le..,, Mammoth.. Noonday... 160 WHITE pnil. .1,000 20IO. Hidden Tr. 8oO 2C', .1.800 20 Silver Wave.. .1,000 20rd Beecher. CALIFORNIA MINING COMPANIES. Alpine 1,2(0 lO'lndependeUt. 1,800 ueuevue H.ooo 2 Keystone Qt2.- 14 Calaveras 3.2011 61. Cederberg..... Con. Amador. Cottonwood C Dunderberg . El Dorado l.Q Eureka. , . Qillta l.ttHO 12; Mt. Jefferson. 1.600 16", Oskvllle tjtz.. Rye Patch.... St. Lawrence. St. Patrick. ..1.810 11 Tecnmseh.. .. 3.00O 10 Yule Gravel . . 400 26 Empire 0. Chariot.... 750 13 'i Ids Ellmore.. 1.300 77 Ushogauy... 720 Hi UTAH. Deseret Con.. 2,400 12 HI Wellington. IDAHO. Minnesota... .1.070 lied Jacket... South Chariot 600 War Eagle... 1.000 AN INDEPENDENT PAPER, faithful to the Institution, lite Country i the Telegraph News, LOW HESERVOIR General News Summary, A MINING REVIEW TnrnUhlng an scooum of th condition of th. mines In the sev.r.1 dlrtricts: condition of the works; late developments; amount of ore for theeki yield of or. worked; proposed chug as; anil ether Batterer' interest lo owner, and the general pauir Ire Suited io all Climates, AND 1 M0C3 FOE BEINQ BSST TO USE! CmPESTT0BU7!! EASIEST TO SELL 1 1 J'amoui fur dolcg more aad BETTEfl C00KINQ. jJT hatK i it vVKSUZ, AXOUOBOIV1.NO tiaEwywlwft, MT Especially AdapUt to rim ras or Villi mim BOLI3 BT HCEtSlOB MAXPFACTrRIKQ COMpITV ST. LOUIH, mo. J. J. HALPIN au2g.tr fc CO., Ploche, New. S600 REWARD. . A?fW.ARD?F PIVE HUNDRED DOL victloiS8 U ,or th rrMt '" on ' I,TP"'' r Persons plscing ob- J. W. NE8BITT, Superintendent. no!5-2w Dentist, Msln street. ICHOLS DR.F. C, PITZKR A COKSON, Atturueys st Law, Lacour street OND, REYNOLDS k CO., Importers snd Jobbers of Wines snd Liquors, 212 Cslifur nis street, San Francisco. PltTTCHARD W. I.. (T. F. Lswler, Agent at Piorhe) Fsrt Freight Line from Pslissde te Pioche, Main street, below Lacour. ROI DER JOHN, Dealear In Groceries, Pro. visions and General Merchandise, Slime bture, Lacour street. SCHrSTRlCH A KI.FJNE, Philadelphia Brewery, Main street. SCOTT ItUSRKI.I,, Palace Club Booms, Main atmt. SIIFltWOOD BRO., Dealer In Lumber. Main atreet. SnROl'FE. SWEENEY a CO., Commission and W lu'lesale Dealers in Provisions, 406 Front slruet, San Francisco. OMITH JAS. S. k CO, Stock Brokers, k? Msin strest. STAPLES J. R. kCO., Furniture, Upholstery, etc., Ploche street. STATE BANK OF NEVADA, Msin strest. rilHOJIPSON A GAUD1N, W holeaale Dealer, la X Wines, Liquur snd Cigsrs, Lscour street. rpRAVIS k CO , Pioche and Hamilton Stags X Line; Frank C Minshull, at Wells, Fsnjo k Go's, Aoent. T7 ARD H Undertaker, and desler In For f nlture. Bedding, etc.. west aide Mali street, Pioche, Nevsda. VtTELLS. FARGO CO., Exchange, Bankieg y t and Express Company, Main street, WESCOATT N., Patents for Mineral LmiU, Mesdow Valley street, WHEELER FRANK k CO., Importers sod Dealers In Ueneral Hsrdware, Msln it. WIEDERHOLD C, Pioneer News Depot. Msln street YT1LLIAMB J. G., Msgnolla Ssloon. V BulllonvilH. Arrivals and Departures of Mail to and from Pioche. Kastera and Western Mall. Arrives about 4 p, m. departs a s.ni. 'fia null closes at 7 :46 a. u. Bait Lake and Utah Mall. Arrives about t p,m.; departs s. m .snil closes at 9 p. m. Hike MaU-Wafcly. Arrives Tuesdays, at 11 a. as.: depart" Ts days, st S p. m. All aisll matter lor Hike not mailed before Tuesday, should be given to soma one Inside, and not dropped In the letter box. Mali closes st 4:30 p. m. BnUlonvllle and Paaiaea. Arrive, daily, at 11 a. m.; departs 4 p. wJ closes live minutes before departure. Mail mil ter for these plsces should be handed Inside sanies. Uiko. . aV Postofflce open dslly (except tandays sas legsl holidays), frum 8 a. m. until 7 p. m-i days, from S to 10 a. ni.. and to t p. m. Letters registered from 0 a. m. to 1 P-" dally sxorpt aa shove. , . T. W. ABRAHAM, rostnisster. notice or Dissolution of Coprtnenhip- XTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MK IN copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the Bras name of tJJT k Young, Is hereby dissolved by mutual cea se!, bearing date from September 8. i''- : A. Young withdrawing from the blntJ, W. t lute will continue the same. Either panj will sign In liquidatioB. ttpTg, J; I; Torso. ' Ploohe, Nevada, October , lWil. Notiee. A IX PERSONS KNOWING fWS;2 A to be Indebted to the estste of tasn. Jvha B. Lynch are requested to and Uqitidate such Indebtedness wilhout as t JOHN L. DONAHrE, a Attorney for f fi1. . M dowValler street, PeJ ,.AnaatS,U ... .df , -.,;." -- !