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TlEktDAY. DKCBMBKR 9". 11. Tcieuraiiliif Disptrlies Tu Bmim Office oC the hocn Dsitv Kicoaxt will hereafter be In the ofllce of H. R. Hry. st Mtckvl'i eigar tort. Mala sirs, .it-poslte Uoftduw Valley. CALKS C'ltsHlXti. Th euioiutiaenr by the President of Caleb Cashing Minister to Madrid will, we are tare, meet with public appro bation, II r. Cashing is one o the ruost soholarlv men which the present age baa piutluod in either hemisphere. A a lingniit be baa bo superior, being perfect master of the Spanish and other modern laugnanes. His knowledge of the Spar, ish character will Rive him great promi-in-net at the Court of Madrid. Cashing in euiouo, lite oldest men iu the civil aer vice of the Coiled btalm. Hu win Min ister to Chiua during the administration of John T) ler, SO years ago. He l"rc a llriadii r General's couiuiiKsion during the M.xican war. During the adminis tration of Franklin Pierre Mr. Ciisliiug was Attorney General of the United State, and remained in Tierce's Cabinet tu the i n.l of tli t rui. He ranks as one i.f the first buyers iu America, ani ou questions of iiiteruiitionul law be has not a supt-iiur in Kunw or this eviiuitry, H has livexl nearly the three score and ten allotted to man upon earth, and he tin Wen a omhtalit student during bis eutire li'e . It is a soures of conratula timi to all aooi citizens that America is uo longer to be represented iu a foreign f ourt by such a creature as Sickles, whose uuttcdeiits sre so familiar to the public that they i.er .1 not lie further al luibd to here. Auaixst DisC'Bimimtion. Mr. Ken dall h introduced a bill to prevent dis crimination in freight and passenger tar iffs, by railroads or other companies. The first section will afford the reader a fair lib of the purposes of the bill. It declares that hereafter no railroad com pany, or other company, corporation, or person, uugsed in the bnsiuess of carry ing freight or passengers over a contin uous line, extending from a place in one State or Territory to a place in another State or Territory, shall be allowed to itincriniinate in the prims charged for carrying su.h freight or passengers, either in favor of or against any partic ular i.raii, l.-culitv .r plane, but all siu-L charges sbell be uniform, nud the charges for e.trrying such freight or pas sengers over any p&it of such line shall be iu piujiortiou to and st the ssDiS rate per mile as the charges f,,r carrying the s-.iu.e cbifS of freight or passengers over the whole cr over any othir part of said line. Hmr Stxtk Itkms. On Christmas Eve a man named Millar shot at Jim Lowery, proprietor of the Vesey House, Gold Hill, while the latter was trying to collect a tioard bill. The wonld-be as sassiu urreiteil aud bailed for$'2.U00. The Virginia City prisou was filled to orflowiiig with drunks ou Christmas night. The new Masonic. Hall at Keno was dedicated ou the 25th. Senator louts was in Gold Hill on Thursday. There is n well-founded belief that 20 miles of thu l'alisade aud Eureka llail roatl will be ooiupleted by the 1st of Feb. rusry. The jail at Hamilton is withoit a tenaut, but the White Vine News hopes for better times when the Spring fights set in. Th. Washington filar gives an account of a little pleasantry between "Sunset" Cut and Speaker Rliiiue. It seem that on a certain day Cox was more than usually active, sporty and irrepressible iu the House. He was continually lit the front, "catching on the fly, " and ram paging round generally. Finally, when the House came to an agreement to pro ceed with the debate ou the salary bill iu tweuty-ininntes speeches, Cox dispatched a page with the following note: Dear Mr. Speaker Tut lue down for twenty minutes. S. 8. C. To which the Speaker replied: Dear Cox I would be delighted if I could keep volt down half that time. J. G. B. Tuk Senate Coaimittee on Elections, during the recess of Congress, will con sider the report upon the proposed new mode of electing u President and Vice President. The Honso Committee ou Railroads will, daring the recess, be oc cupied iu considering nil the railroad aud caual bills referred to them, They in tend to have ready, ou the reassembling of Congress, general railroad law. They hove s. ready oousidered the ques tion of . the right of the General Govern ment to charter railroads through States under the Constitutional provisions reg ulating inter-State commerce. geroosly. El. vYliUiu. L-t-tnim D. E. Mai tine aud others. I Si Fiascisco. Dee. SO.-Suit L.s Uea ; commenced in the Fourth Drftrut Court j here in lb name of S0 Joaqcin county j against the Central PaciAe Eailroad Com pany, the Western Pacific P.ailrod Com pany, and McLaughlio t al-. in which plaintiff prata that the cuutract b twes-a McLaughlin and he Weauru Psrific Kailroad Company fr the cotiatiactua of the road be oWland fraudulent and voi.l, an t tu t the ttaWer to him of lb lands donated to lb Western rfin Bailroad Company by Congress be declared nnl! sld void, slid tl.at d-l. ni anu be ordered to surrender to Saw Jua quin county S.oOO shares id stork sub scribed by that county; also reqms: the t '-oart to dee Ure who are boa fide sKk. tolders of the company. Foreign New. pawls aw Calsea News. Miubid, Dec 27. The report ia tvit eratej that Spain requires of the United States the Virginia sad indemnity. Havsxi, Dee. 27. It is rumored that Geueral Burriel baa been r moved by orders from Madrid. The apKintment of Cashing as M;n. istar to Spain is favorably received here. The Spaniards are loud in denunciation Veiisrrllanrous. spscisl to tsi eioeas DaiLI Eastern Dispatches. I lee Balaace. Wsshis.vok, Dec. 28. Only three witneases Lava been examined by the Senate Committee on the Judiciary in regarel to the nomination of Williams as Chief Justice, namely: Assistant Attor- nev Gener.d Hill, A. J. Falls. Chief Clerk of the Department of Justice, aud Representative Neamitb, of Oregon, the latter iu reference to adverse telegrams from that State. While some Senators thiuk the nomination may ultimately be confirmed, otheis opine that it will die in the committee. (.rarities luAlelrd mm th Ylrglalas Captives. Xsw Yolk, Dec. 27. The United States steamer Juniata, from Santiago, arrived to-day with 102 persons, formerly of the Virgiuius. A Tribune reporter boirded the Juniata and obtained fall particulars of the treatment received by the prisoners. A fact not generally kuown now coues lo iight that they were robtied of jew.lry, watches and every- ii.: . r w ,id 1.. ti,. ,f ttia Tnr. nado. They -ere taken to jail and tb. tickles, ch.rging him with instig...Ci 2'XI prisoners driven in a room scarcely ) .s.S. Smith & Co. :iocM Brokers, M. SlKtET. i w-j ; Hv.ri KV' WI , lava - Cf . ' PIOCME. NEVAD.V !IT ASD SI... SJWt.'S KAVcrjr cv tV.v.vAA'O.v. ?.ur7cncy. Bought and Sold. vA rKAM'l- ' r.B.lkl RS: JyM-tt S" 50 feet long by 15 feet wide, like cattle. Their food consisted almost eatiredy of rice and water. The air was almost deadly and the prisoners bad no oppor tunity for exercise. One night they were stealthily taken from jail, and marched witb the greatest haste to a point seven the many iuternetine troubles of the peninsula. MEMBERS end SOJlH RXtKS will lUeue takr li.Sice tllst ft-i;i novMi nrcn M.i.tr, - "- - WJ)'l;"snT J.VF.MSO. Slst. al t o'eloel saarp. Soe oasurting ll e:hple aud Insull tag Its offleers. M)W SliD I U ITTT. Hlih PnesL H. tatv.6eer.-Ur-. Pine he. Hiev.. Uxmhei f.. 1KTS. E. A. FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS i JOBBERS Tax Ciuciunati Commercial says bills will be introduced in Congress to author ize the construction of new public build ings, custoin-hoases, postofficee, and United States coort-bonses at Qniney, 111 - Keokuk. Iowa: Jefferson Citv, Mo.; miles below the e.ty,. though some were Lync!jburii) v. . Mollt(om,r,, " " r -,, s c . TaTeuwortb. Kan.; scarcely able to walk shown them ; they were then placed on board the sUaiaer Bazean wbioh imme diately set nail for Havana. They were met ou the wuy by the mail steamer com. ing from the opiiosite direction. On thil steamer was General Burriel, who ordered the Bazeau to return to Santiago. She ran aground, and the passengers were transferred lo the other Tessel. Here they suffereil horrurs heretofore nn known. Tbey were crowded in the bold of the vessel in the darkness. any food was given tbem. Water le luaiuiug iu the buckets after dumb ani mals had drank of it was given thsia to drink. Their arms were pinioned, and ou the slightest provocation they were outiaeonaly beaten. The dtrike eu the Pan-HandU Hoad Rumored Cabinet Changes. Saw YoeiK, Dec. 27. It is reported that the new Attorney-General of this Stale has decided not to recognize the bargains made by his predecessor with Garvey fur turning State's evidence. The detectives watch every movement of Garvey, and will arrest him if be at tempts lo lcav.' the city. There is it Heavy snow storm prevail ing here and west. About sight iucbes of sno fell. Ct-sviLAMO, U., Deo. 27, The Chief Engineer of the Brotherhood Locomotive Engiueers, has issued a circular disap proving of the strike on the Pan-handle road, and advising all strikers to return to duty immediately. HiiiBisBrno, Pa., Dec. 27. After counting the vote and requesting the Governor to issue a proclamation declar ing the constitution iu force after the 1st of January, the convention adjourned tine die. ' , Cmcacjo, Dec. 2". It is confidentially asserted that the President will in Jau narynomiuiite General Schenck as Secre tary of the Treasury, vice l'icbardson, to be Secretary of the Interior, and will transfer Secretary Delano to the mission to England. - ' Pacific Coast. Sin Fiun islo, Dec. 29. An affray oc curred this morning at the Occidental Hotel, Pacific street, in which Chas. Eb betts, a waiter in the house, waa stabbed and severely wounded by a Spaniard nmned Vincent Vortez. Ebbetta was taken to the hospital. James McCarty was arrested by the police officers ou Suuday, and turned over to the United States authorities, for having in bis possession several spiel marks, in violation of the laws of Con gress. It rained hard here all night, and is still raining. An inquest will be held to-night iu the ouse of John Jewett, who was rescued from drowning Saturday night and taken to the hospital where be died. It is be lieved bis death was caused by consump tion, i Officer Fennell found a Chinaman sick Jacksonville, Fa.; St. Joseph, Mo.; To- peks, Ksn.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Atlauts, Gs.; Syracuse, X. Y.; Austin, Texas; Kausas City, Mo.; Xorfolk, Va., aud Brooklyn. S.V. Tax Cleveland Herald, referring to an event witb which our readers are finiliar, says: "The California senatorial diffi culty has ended in the election of Judge Hager, anti-railway, lo fill the vacancy caused bv Casserly's resignation. So acaroeiy I - ... XOOlO Was nui lue cumiug uiau niiet uii. Booth shook the bush and Hager caught the bird. BRANDIES. WINES And IiIQUOHB, l Frwat !., Center Couimerelal etM HAN FRANCISCO. rJS-tf SherilTa Sale. T YIRTTK OF AN EXECUTION ISHCED out of tbe Ih.trlct c'unrt in nd ror tbe county of Lincoln, SUlo of Nevada, aud to mi directed aud delivertsl. for s judgment rendered In aald rVrart rm the 33d div of December, a. u, JS7S, In fim of i. M. Hiebert and Msinst the Kinnloa Muting Cominr- for the sum of Eight Hundrvd and Scventr-ii" 7'J-luO llollus dam ages, together with Sel 2lu0 dollars, Ux costs. sad all sorrtilpf costs, i nave tevieu on uiv 101. lowinc property, to wit: The Ilnttoa Mining (Jotnpany's elalm, con sistuul of K'ght Uundrtd leet isudl, situsted bout 1W feet south of the Newark hoisting works, in Ely Minmf DlHlrlct, Lincoln county, Nevada. Sotlee Is hereby slvcn that on Naturtlay, the Kevenleenth Dajr of Jannarr, A. D. lSIt, it it nVWk m.. I will .ell sll the risht, title and Interest of said defendant la sad to the shove described property, at the e-.mrc-hnoM door, in Piocbe. at fublia Auction, for cash in hand, to thu holiest and best bidder, to misty said execution ana all costs. W . H. TRAVIS, Sheriff. Br B. H. HuxroaD, Deputy. d2K-td gorn. CARMAN la Vieche, Dec j, 187.1. the wife of L. H. Carman, of s daughter. KICB Id Pioohe. Dec 39, 18S, the wife of I. Rich, of a daughter. LETTERS T)EMAININO I" WELI.S, TAItaO t COU J.V omce Ueeemur :J, 1979 McUue 8 f McLsne Stephen Altamirsnd J Berty rraacis Barter tl Harhast John Eaaegos Fumando . Bourn W 8 Butler E I Bush Mrs H . Byrne W O ChloeMias Lizzie Cliner Janiea Capei Wni Oarutheis Wm Caney Maml K Castillo Manuel Deull C Davis Win A Donovan John H . lloherty Frank Kl.y Kit Ferttitson Pete 5 Forsyth Tutu roes Levi 2 Ferguson Woi Fox M Oregory Wm Utniines Louis , Urundy Richard eiraudy Richard Harrington ilenuia Howery Kami Horton H Hunter R A Hardy Jack Herbert Thomas Hanaiugtoa k M Haley Johu ImfshI (i lngalla Mr, Piute Agent Smith M tiouuson Tom obiw a, McQlaugaun Mrs Marzen Joseph Monaghan John Miller John N Montecello Mr N Montague James MiddletonB A Moran Matthew Miller (too Montgomery Mr Merchant T 8 Miller John Neagle David Neswall V Nardin J M Ogdea Stephen Porques Dolores Percell A K Paaeoe Thomaa Poat L L Porsr Joseph Palmer O A J Phillip Kugene Read Jaa A Kobben John Richmond J 1) Rouse John Kay Chas H P Kerrigau Tom ... Ringo John Keemas Thomas Hmith Robert rihallenberg Jacob rieeley i'rank Btouehill E B H.'hooumaker Jil l Huha tk Hast Silver Minliiff Coinpaw nv. Location of nrincitial ulace or tmainess, VMH.SM rV Wition of Works. Elv Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevsils. N.iti, ta herkbv aiven that at a nifteting of the Board of Directors, lu Id on the 22d day of De cember, 187S, an assessment (No. S) of Pifty Cents per share was levied upon the cspital took ot the corporation, payable Immediately in Tnited Btstes gold anil ailver coin, to the aecre- taxy at thfl omce 01 the ciuipany, noom x, Kn siaCillfomia afreet. San FTancisco. 1al. Any stock npou which this assessment shell remain unpsta on tue svib aay tiary, iss, will s delinquent, and sdver Used for sale st nubile auction, and unless pay mint Is made before will be sold ou the 3d lay ef Flrtaar. 1ST, to pay the delin quent sasessment, together with costs of, ad vertising and expeust-s 01 ssie. By order of the Directors T. L. KIMBALL, Secretary, OfBc: Room S, No. till Califoruls street, San Francisco. Cal. d'JB-td Caroline Mining oiiipan)-. Location of W orka. Elv Minim! District. Lincoln county, Nevada. Notice. There Is delinquent upon the following described stock, on account 01 assess. i.uoit 1N0. 31 levied on the 11th day of Novem ber, 1873, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective suarenoiueia, ss 101. lows:, - ' No. of No. of Nanu s. Certltteate. Shares. Ami. Beav-r tieo VV 3 Butler T R s Ueachey Hill L'raudall W U, Trustee M Osndall W o, Trustee 11W Cramlall O, i rustee lev Crsndall W U, Trustee. .. . .257 Elliot i:haa K, Trustee.. ..a Elliot Chas F, Trast. i!6 Elliot Chas E. Trustee...,. 27 Ths White Pine News says: A dispatch received id a late hour on Friday by Sheriff Patterson contains the intelli gence that a mau named McWilliams was shot and instantly killed by Johnny Don novan. It will be remembered that the latter was pardoned ont of the State Prisou some time ago, where be was serving a term of years for manslaughter. The affray occurred at Cherry Creek, but not being in possession of the facts sur rounding the killing, we can only give the news as we heard it. Johnson 8 M Jones Wm E Ksue L Knight Geo U Knnggle Mary Karr Joseph Lsdd J H Lorge Chas Lewis J 1 Schsefer Thomas Toy John Tyson Andrew Tules Latopie Taadron John Trcsllcnd Wm 1'pton M O Walker Kami Williams Edwsrd 8 . M. SEIBEBT, Agent. ZjOSTI on ely street, a large pearl hince. The Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the office of the Pioehe Daily Rec ord, at Michael's Cigar Store, Main st. d:-lm Elliot Chas E, Trustee Elliot Chas K, Trustee.., Hliot Chas E, Trustee.. Elliot Chaa E, Trustee.. Elliot ( baa K, Trustee.. Hliot ( has E, Trustee.. Elliot Chas E, Trustee. . Elliot ( has E. Trustee., Elliot Chas E, Tmstca.. ..IS ..sn ..48 -,.iJ .li'l .12.1 AM ...119 ann - to lnu uo inn lotl list . 5 00 f,u so 1.0 lnu loo 100 too 13 .10 30 NIGHTSCH00L ! T-l KOHOPPMANN WILL OPEN A NIGHT Xj, SCHOOL for Adults st the old printLng omce. Main street, on Monday, Jan. 5, 1874. Lessons given on each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Terms : 5 s month in advance. AM-1 in Notice of Dissolution of Copartner- snip. NOTICE IS HKREBT GIT EN THAT THE copartnership business heretofore carried on in Pioche, Nevada, by A. M. Pollsya and a. II. Carman, under the Urm name and style of POL. LEYS A CARMAN, ss Blacksmiths, Is this day dissolved bv mutual consent. 8. H. Carman with the snioll-poi, who had been taken will pay sll debts due by the late arm, and he is alone autuorizsu w num . w -- H. H. Carman will continue the business st the old stand, where ha will be ready to transact business for old customers and sll others who aisv.pp.,., , ' A.M. POLLF.Yi, S. H. CARMAN. Pioche. Nevada, Dee. 29, 1873. cUo-SOd Wt learn that a proposition is pending before the Ohio Constitutional Conven tion, now In sosnion at Cincinnati, mak ing it a penal offense for any member of ths Legislature, Judge, or other elected or appointed officer, to receive, while in office, any employment, free pass, gift, or other benefit from any railroad com. pany or officer thereof. A socjxTT has been formed in Belgium for collecting all waste paper, and selling it for the profit of the Pope. . The society has appealed to all tho possessors of "bad books, such as the works of Votaire, Bonssean, Diderot, Tolney, and other detestable authors," to hand them over ss waste psper. 'ft' Thi "pleasing intelligence has been re ceived that C. A. Y. Putnam. State Printer, was married st Carson on the 31st to Miss Mary A. Bamsdoll. , F&AKBxrx L. Jonas, President of the Exempt Firemen of San Francisco, died on Christmas Day. " ; by some of bis countrymen into a vacant lot at the Mission sad covered with a piece of canvas and left there to die. He was taken to the pest house. Greenbacks 9091. San Fauicisco, Dec.2'.!. Chas.Kinsey, Nancy, his wife, W. W. Dow, A. Mo- Leau and Michael McLean were brought before the Fourth District Court on a habeas corpus. , They are the persons accused of murdering Harvey Green at Pescadero last November. Fox, at torney for the people, stated that he will be able to prove that Kinsey hired the man to kill Green and furnished the weapons. . J, Vlck, proprietor of the National CLOTHINO, Hotel, in this city, died suddenly thu evening. During the present month there have been 78 esses of scarlatina, mostly in the southern part of the city. ' The Chamber of Commerce will meet to-morrow to reeeive reports on railroad fares and freights on this coast. It has rained hard here nearly all day, and still continues. The mining stock excitement contin ues unabated this evening, and despite oive me a call aud aismitu for yenrselves. ATTENTION ! NEW GOODS KOU , THE ? HOLIDAYS. ' EL. L13W1S, fTTHE PIONEER CLOTHIER O THIS STATE, J. keens the largest and best stocks, consist ing of ' GENTtV WxUMSHINe SOODfe, BOOTS) ek SHOES, .'.5;,, .S ' BATS sV CAPS, ETC. Which as offers to the public st large cheaper than these who advertise te sell oat st cost. No hnmbog and no asulnf oat, but determined to sail cheaper than the cheapest. 33 IjA ro" SCSI T 0 t At Bedaeed Prices, . the storm, California street was thronged with operators, lie ports ot sales showed a general advance of prices. Black Diamond, Cal., Dec 29. A sir rious accident occurred in one of the coal mines a Nortonvillo. Dust arising from ooal damped at the bottom of the 300-foot H. LEWIS, rick kslldlas. Mala street, opposite Lsoour, o2-lak . rtoaae. mmw, Elliot diss K. Trustee 1:11 Elliot Chss E, Trustee is KUiot Chas K. Trustee US Elliot t'liss E, Truatee 1.14 Elliot ( has K. Trustee 1 KUiot Chas E, Trustee.. Elliot Chas E, Trustee.. Elliot ClmaE, Trustee.. Elliot Clint E, Trustee.. Elliot Chas E, Trustee., Elliot Chas E, Trustee.. Elliot Chaa E, Irustee., Elliot Chst E, Secretary, (liven. 11 It , 1 latum j B Hardy V, Trustee Hardy 1), Trustee....... Hardy D, Trustee Hanly 1), Trustee Hardy I', Trustee Hardy 1), Trustee Haidy v. Trustee Hardy IJ, Trustee., Hardy o, Trustee..... ... Hardy 11, Trustee Jenninge A A, Trustee .. Jennuigs A A, Trustee .. Jennings A A, Trustee .. JeumngB A A, Trustee .. Jennings A A, Trustee Jennings A A, Trustee JeuuiUKS A A, Trustee James John It ........ Keeney Us Keeney C W, Trustee. . Keener c Vi . Trustee.. Keeney C W. Trustee.. ..... 1! Keeney C W, Trustee Keeney C W, Trustee..., Keeney C W, Trustee... Keeney C W, Trustee... Kney C W', Trustee..., Kseaey C W, Trustee..,, Keeuey C W, Trustee... Kseney C W, Trustee... Keeney C W, Trustee... Keeuey C W, Trustee,. , Keesey C W, Trustee... Keeney C W, Trustee... Keeney C W, Trustee... Minesr A P Noble HH, Trustee..,. Rogers RU .. Rogers It H , RhoadsL N. ....... .... RhoadsL N RhosdsLN RhoadsL N RhosdsLN , RhosdsLN RhosdsLN RhosdsLN Richardson E A, Trustee. . .182 Richardson E A. Trustee. . .lea Rsymoad Henry ..MS Schmieden Hy, Trustee.... aM Schmieden Hy, Trustee.... XT7 Wall J Wsde A P, Trustee. 1st wade A P, Trustee ,,.1'JS Wade A P, Trustee .901 Wade A P, Trustee.... 104 Wade A P, Trustee .30i wsde A F, Trusts. ........ . Wsde A P, Trustee Wsde A P, Trustee Wads A P, Trustee 313 Wsde A P, Trustee ....SIS Wsde A P, Trustee... alt Wsde A P, Trustee ...ml Wade A P. Trustee 331 Wade A P, Trustee Wade A P, Trustee.. .......184 Wsde A P. Trustee 334 Wsde A P, Trustee .. 21 Wsde A P, Trustee Wade A P, Trustee V Wsde A P, Trustee ...3U Wade A P, Trustee ' And In accordsaos with Isw and as order of the Board of Directors, made on the 11th dsy ..137 ..140 ..143 ..144 ' ..14S ...1H.1 ..1SV ...US ,:.i2t 6 14 .....IS ' 4'i ...,.4 73 74 75 .....SO . ..81 .....104 ...60 ...57 ...M ...85 ...Ml . . .a' ,...m ...103 ....70 ...153 ,..11 .164 ....lwl : ...,16' ,...iB8 ; ,..M ....170 ....171 ....173 ....173 ....174 ) ....175 ....ISO ....134 ....194 ...5 ....loo ....108 ,....10 110 ,....111 .... 13 113 ' 114 .115 7, Lsts Oaiain IUloowV .' Lsccnr Street, Opposfte John Hosfler'l, Pfoebe. shnte limited from a lamn and exploded, tcst opehed, with a full stock , , . ,, . . " . .i,. .i,..,. 1 tl of choice wines Liquors ana Cigars. burnings man at the top of theshule. v( moasatn a dbah. Nine men were burned :D. Ferguion dan-1 ' 4lMf :-4-.,,ri n .-st no :i loo M 100 M ' lis) :i lliU 30 loo ' so 100 ou , lull 30 no ;mi loo ' 30 llS) M m n 50 15 3JU) ' 7H 6a 16 H) no Ml IS ' w : i5 Km :u 100 30 611 . 15 500 i;o 100 30 100 30 .. 100 bo rssi 130 1(0 30 100 30 100 ' 80 Hon l.w ' SOU ISO 5(0 150 Mil (Ht 400 I'O . 'ill li 1() 80 100 30 , 100 Ml 100 30 loo uo . 100 30 Ho 30 100 30 i 100 - 30 100 30 100 30 100 30 100 30 .-.100 30 " 100 30 ,100 30 -100 30 ' 50 16 100 .. SO 3110 UO 1000 300 1000 300 1000 300 low an i , 1000 300 1000 900 lOUO 300 . , W0 150 50 15 35 7 50 ' 100 so 100 30 100 80 . - 2t - so ' - JJ . 7 50 "10 8 100 90 ' 100 110 100 30 100 30 . 100 30 . 100 30 ' 100 " is) 100 30 , 100 30 100 30 IIS) 30 " too ,' so I 100 so 1(10 30 1(H) 30 ' , ll ' SO 100 SO '! 50 ' 16. 60 15 Delinquent Taxes. TaTI of NEVAPA, COC5TI vr u- COLN. Notice of SsiHs Cesssmesieesl. ' To the fullowlng nauied defendants and to alt ClalrusLta to the real rute and improvements, whea asM-sord sepsrstely, heretnsfter described, 1 nown nr unknown: Vou sre hereby notified that sails have been eeiainenres before J. H. Yaa HagM. Justice of tne reaeOi in uiesusiioe Court of the Township of Pioche, tiunty of I ia.nl. sr-1 atato of Jievada, by too atateof Nevada, plsiatifl. against each or tne aelenusnis hrreinaltor uaiaed and each of the following di scribed trscU or parcels of Isnd, with the lin wh.o Mnarstelv assessed, snd sll owaers ot or elalmanls to the sains, knows or nkns.la recover the tax and deliaooeaey asratil to said defendants against ssid pros-rty tor the fiscsl year commencing on the 1st day of J...r. A l 1K7S. and endhu the Slat day of Deoesiber, A. D. 1873, and that a summons has ltn duly Issued ia each ease; and you are fur ther notified that unless you appear and answer the complsint Died, on or nerore The t day of Ksbrwary, A. 0. 114, I 14 o'clock m. of that say, Judgment will be taken against you snd (he real estate sad Improvements herein described for the amounts of tax and delinquency speeinea and oust of suit. Description of Property, M Barnes, imorovements oa lot No 4 In blocs n PuM-he: tax and nercentsae 46 75. 'orsca TWne. Doseessorv cleiin to lot No 53 in block No as sad iraprovemems, r-iovuri .as and nnerentaiM 4 67. John Doe black, possessory clsiia to lot No 37 La block Jio 24 and improvements, j-iovue, ma anH vwrcetitaoe 1 1 fiH. WUIIsni Barron, possessovy claim to house snd lot in Pauses snd posse soory ctsiin to swo w sectious of laud, loo acres each, st the mouth of Klttemian canyon: taxsnd percentage 4V 73. Tim Coskley, possessory claim to lots bos 1, 3 snd S tn blocs Jto 'n ana iaiieovi-iuni., ssnchu. (.. and nercunuufe S 36. Cardenss, pisessory claim w joi i.u a. w blix-k No 18 snd Improvements, Pioche; tax nil twer-entaA IS 70. Louis Cerlsee, possessory claim to lot No 31 in hlnck Mo 1 and imnrovemeuis, i-ioenv; ms n.l iMtrivntsos 37 40. D l-'urkee. possessory claim to lot No 45 In S ort Ho 35 and tmprovemenis, riocne; im nit nsrcentses XI 04. Excelsior 8 M Co, whim-house and Improve ments at the Kxccuuor mine, z io. ii.. us uu eien?ntaire 28 87. Estate of John M Lynch, deceased, possessory claim to lot No e in Oloca no w ana improve ...nti. Pim-hfi: tax snd Dereentsue 70 13. Lee Hsrk, possessory clsim to lot No 59 in block Ho 'Jfl snd miprovenienia, riorue; las mil per M.I.W 7 Oil. George Kissele, possetsory claim lo lot No 35 is block AO IS anil improvements, riwuv; ma ami mo-cntase 18 70. Kentnckv Oold and H M Co. building and ma- cblnery known ss ine swuucaj nuiuiui Works. Pioche: tax snd nercentsjte 380 fro. Daniel Kershaw, possessory clsim to two lots of Isnd situated , lying ana oeing on orosuway atrsst. adloinlne Brown's store, Bullionville: four lots on Pauses road leading from Bul lion vllle: rjossessorv claim to ranch st Meadow Valley Wash, snd possessory claim to 130 seres of land known ss Kewmsn'a lower ranch snd all lmprovemens; tax snd percentage 15 40. Jcsuinh Flower, nosse sorv clsim to lots N 17 . is. is. 2U. -si. ana t iu uiis i no n; lots Nos 38, 39 snd 90 iu block No 18 snd lm nrovements. Pioche: tax and percentage 44 43. La Pas s M Co, whlrn-houae snd improvements, Pioche: tsx snd perceuisge 18 iO. William P Lytic, possessory claim to 15 seres of lsnd Is Ksgle vsney, situstea Dorvo oi Lan berlstn's, snd improvements; tsx snd percent vs. as m. Frank Might, possessory claim to lot No 10 in block no 2 sna iniprovemeuts, rioruci ui snd oercentsce 18 70. Msxepps B M Co, building sod machinery known as tne naxeppa uoistiag noiss, s-iocuei us and nerctintsse 327 25. A J Msson snd A 0 Wilcox, possessory claim to south 35 feet of lot No 54 in oiocs rto 'id ana Improvements, Pioche; tax snd percentage wis 04. i H Msllett, possessory clsim to let No 38 in block No ol sna improvements, riocne; tsx snd nercentsge 33 88. E L Msson, possessory clsim to lot No 3 in block No 16 sud improvements, rioeue; tax ana per centage 1:37. W 8 Norrls, possessory clsim to 40 seres of lsnd In Esgls Vslley, sdjoiniug Bsnusn's on the north snd Moody on the south, and improve ment!: tsx and percentage 66 88. William Newman, possessory clsim to ltt) seres of laud known ss Newman's ranch, 1 H miles south of Hopkm s rsntu, sua liuproveuieuts; tsx snd percentage ts ss. P O Toole, possessory clsim to the north hslf of lot No 48 tn block No 16 snd Improvements, Pioche; tsx snd percentsge 35 76. Orient S M Co, possessory claim to lot 15 feet front by 100 feet in deptn on tne nortn sme or Meadow Valley street and bounded on the west by Pioche Co'a lot, snd Improvements, l'loebe: tsx snd percentsge v 36. D Y Perlcy, possessory clsim to lot No 1 in blis-k No 31 sna lot ao ou in diocs ro a-i suu Improvements, Pioche; tsx and percentage i.s 5. J W Peck, possessory claim to lot No 43 In bloek No 30 and improvements, ftocne; lax suu per eentsue 25 71. John psttie, possessory claim lo lot No H in blosk No 2o sna improvements, riocuo; tax and uercentane 16 37. L liiclisrdsoa, possessory clshn to one lot esst or tne co-uperauve more ironnng on try Vslley street snd improvements, Pauses; tsx and nercentaiMi 7 00. Frank Hchoouuiaker, possessory clsim to lots Nos snd 4 in uioca no i ana unprovemems, Pioche: tax snd nercentsge 70 13. Hsnbeara 8 M Co. building snd machinery known ss hunbesm Hoisuug works, nocne; tax ana nereeutaue 280 50. John A Steele, possessory claim lo lots Nos 10 snd 11 in mors no as sua improvements, Pioche: tax and neroentage 69 65. William Btsnslield, possessory claim to lots Nos 4i snd 48 in mock no mi sua improvements, P!oche:tx snd oeiventiee 68 83. Frsnk Route, jiosseseory clsim to lot No 36 In block No lit snd Improvements, Pioche; tax and tierceutnoe 30 39. Henry Hiuith, possessory clsim to lot ou Upper Msin street m block No -is: lot No s tn utoek No Ki snd Improvements, Pioche; tax and per centage 11 09. HOLIDAY PRESENTS COB AS NICfXY ORNAMENTED CAKES, r.. n,iv Xb.iM. HuesrTovs snd Candles. No belter to be found la town than those st the Hslsa Confectionery. Main street, opposite Brown's lull. WUrrllaurcus. il n FROM . Mm PH. FELSENTHAL IfOVLD BESPEOTrTLLT ANNOUNCE TO t the eltlssas or unooia county, u he will I FOT. TTTE1 3NTH3CT jmniu " i Mil isffllanfous. 01 FEB HIS IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, MINING ' -AND- MILLING GOODS, BOOTS, HUTS, ETC, ' .' -AT- , ' nun in ! BEING DESIROUS OF CLOSING OVT BVSINKSa I' THIS STATE. THIS IB A LEGITIMATE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE t FORWARDINC ' COMMISSION WHOLESALE DEALER .... Flour, Grain, i General Merctaiifisc TUANO (C P R B , NEVArj Will Hseeive snd Forward Freislit Is ' .:.p'zooaa . UII Parts' of Astern Heiada ....axn.... . Idaho Territory, WITH DISPATCH AND AT LOW Going Rales. Mark Goods C.re V. r. Mara, Ts.s N.Td, JA8. CB0NAN, Agent at Pioche CITY MEAT MARKET. "53 &. First door above Hslpln's ilardwan diet MAIS STREET, ..... P10CHK, UfM, Maj. PECK st Co.. Proprietor rIS KEW MARKET HAS IViX it,, opened, snd is fitted up in fustclii. mk with vervtliin0 convenient ami nu ' . " "fj . FRESH, SALT AND DRIED M Of all kinds, snd always lbs very ben o, eonntry sffonjs; such ss Beef; Pork, Mutton and Veal Sausage of all Kinds. The Proprietors will do their best to pleas and satisfy sll (usbyttiers. Rendered Tallow for Mills and Mia. ing Parposes. All orders delivered tree ot charge, and fsn. ily custom solicited. GIVE tfs A CALL1 WE MUST MALLET'S MARKET. AT TBB OLD STAND, . Main St Opposite Lacour la the Plmrs te Bwjr The Best and Cheapest MEAT IN PIOCHE. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Poik, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Don't forget tho placo. oii M. ABADE It CO. Genrge tf hawyiir, ptHwetvHory claim to lots Kot 1 ana ;iy in duh-k mj 00 nu luiproreiiienu, Piuche: tax nnd Dorv-rttiiw JW 38. 4nmtn Htimrt, puKHtuory claim to SO acnw of laud oppottite thn Bowery will aud improv lucnta, liulliouvil.c; tax aud percentage 37 Hi. E Htont, poBovfewory claim to 100 ai-rea of land at Highland, about It mil n w of pioche, aud iuiMtiTcuiruU: tai and perct-ntane V4 ou. F Tuliabue. twrtkeiuwirT ciaiin tti lot No 131a block So 31 and lot .No 55 lu block Wo 37 aud iniprovemnta, Pioche; tax and iK-rcfiitae 39 n. J Turffoofe, potaeaaurj claim to lot Ko Tin block No 3ti and improTtiiut'Uis, Pioche; tax aud per rentage 30 38, Unknown owners, poaavasory cltiia to uortta 15 feet of lot No M in block No 26 and iiu- SELL OUT. HOUSE & LOT, IX , 1'IOC HT., TWO WAREHOUSES, STORE FIXTURES, HORSES AND WAGONS, POIl SATiE. PH. FEIsSENTHAL, BTONXl BTOnE, Malst Street, OppaalU Meadow Vei ls r fit reel, Pioche, Not. olx-Sytl PRITCHARD'S DAILY Fast Freight and Passenger line, KR0M- PAIISADE, via EUREKA to PIOCHE. I'-A-ST PnBIGHT, Time About 60 Hours. rjLOW FREIOHT TIME FOUR TEEN DATS, O Mark goods rare of Prltcbard, Psllssde, Dismosil Diamond lirovuments, Pioche; tax sud percentage 40 Is. E Vallory. rsUFssGory claim to lot No M in block No SI soil lots Nos 47 snd 48 In Muck No-37 and improvements, Pieche; tsx sud percent sss -jr. 87. Frederick Voss, isissesf orjf clsim to lot Ko 3 In block No Is snd improvements, Pioi-lie; tax snd percentage 177 66. John C Wilson, possessorv clsim to lot No III tu block ISO M sud Imiiroveuieuts, piocne; tax and percentage 267 11. OEO. OOLDTHWAITE. I.lslrict Attoroej Lincoln Oouutv, Nevads. W. R. TRAVIS, - 1 ' Sheriff Lincoln Ounty, Nevsds. Dated Plocke, Nlv., December it, A. I. 1SS. d27-td o' November, 1873, so menr sbsres of each par eel of such stock ss msr ne necessary will be sold st public auction, at ths office of the Com- nsnv. Room Ko. 98. Ho. 41 California street, Ksn Frsnclsoo, Osllfornia, oa Tkats-eia-f, the Hth day af Jssasrv, WT4, at tua Jiour ol S a'olutk n. m. al said ear. SS 9mW Ssid aslla. quant sssessinent thereon, tosether with costs ol sdvertisuia snd expenses oi ne ssis. I'wii i. IXLIOT. Seeretarr. Oflk! keoes SS Bswrsrd s BoHdlni. No. 41 Uslifoniis alrast. Bn TlMStSllS. OsllfOrDta. . - - 4xS-td - j Sl. DAIMGIIUa ACADEMY.' MR. BACH IlEflPECTFrisrY ANNOUNCES that he has ooniDienoM Tig leaaona in Daucine at nrown a uaii. All th latest and most fashionable dacoea tanght, and Mr. B. will guarantee to make each pupil an aocorapl tubed ball-rooni dancer aftr oneconrao. ClaiWM for Oentlen.en (new besliuien) from two o clock Tufwdajr ana riidaj eveninga. nrvmir riaaaea irom e to iu aame arn intra. Claasea for Ladles and Children from 3 to ft p. m. TiieadaTa and Fridays. uiateea on naturaaya lor urn .area only irom i w s p. in. For further particular!, apply at the hall . tuv.tf . l. bach NOTIOB! Kssl, Slow. No Forwarding Charges by This Line ! , OBire, Ceraer ol Pioche aad Field tils. , T. P. LAWLEH, Agent st Ptocbe. W. I.. PKITCBAUD, Proprietor. dlt-tf FRANK UHEELGR & 00., IMPOMER8 AND DKAXEB8 In General Hardware, Moo. sooxie :Mill Goods amxaoODS au sous MUX ROOM MILL eOODS suu. oootie mill boons mill eooue Mining Goods M inlng 0 xsls 11 ining Goods Mlrilug Oood.lIITVfl nnnriOMIniugOoell MlnlnR Oood.BlUlflU UUUU0Mlnloil0i Mining uotms Mining uooos Mining Goods Iron and steel, Stoves of all Kinds, B.o Bto Bto Sto. A Supply of Tinwsre TinwsreTUI I nFTInwirs Tnivm Tlnwsre Tinwsre I I II II A H L'Tlnw Tlnvv. On hand; also Tin Work Exeented ynffi ly st reasonable rates. STONE STORK. Upper Main street, Pioohe, Netsdi. apiu-n ADOLPH COHN t BRO.. . SUOCKSSOBS 10 M. OOHK, t Wholesale & Retail Dealers - te- CICARS and TOBACCO And everything slse sppertsiuiag te as est lishmeut of tlist kind. . , . , . All accounts due M. Cohn sre psyauis j snderslgned. ADOLPH COU a nocbe, iieosmuar is. istx. i WANTED. i . ri'HREE OB TOV 1XPMT9, TO LOOK OUT 1 for Johany Clark's 'sro Osme " now aud Christmas, as there issgrsstassi" money st staka snd everything must go on nisi. By order of th. . ,, a. Billy, the Milk Boy, WISHES AIL BEADS OP FAMILIES AND Hotel and Restaurant keepers sounder, stand that he does not sell pig-swill milk, but "-, ..', ... , .- His Cows are Fed on Bran. ASD THAT , He is in with no Combination! (IE GUARANTEES TO GIVE PUBS MILE. Billy, tiie Stage Boy! OTAOE LEAVES AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M. EVERT t afternoon for ulnonvllle. 3'-tf W. CCLVEBWttX. ( HRISTMAS PRESENTS ! sTTjeiT 4 lot of Black aad Colored mike. Dress Goods, . Lace Baadkerehlefs , Kid OIotss, aad Fancy Goods, Suitable for Christmas Press a ts. . " : ill l- .... A LL PLRCHA8ED SINCE THE PANIC V V In New York, aad will be sold at greatly Reduced Prices, st JAS. nNLAYSONS, FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW - YEAR. - MRS. WHTLAND, OrT LACOUR 8"; kss Just received a large assortawsl" aillinerv Goods, of every drlp .c.i, Js especUIly for the spprosching Uolldsvi. s stock consists of svsry style of BONXET8, -. ' -'" HATS. : -. ' '" , '" FLOWERS, ,' " , t,r ,. ' FBATHERsl. .....i TC.. BTO..- ' of the -Newest Colors snd Tints, at R dl9-lm Main Street. WOOD TEAMS! WOOD TEAMS WAHTED! "1 ; Te Baal Wood. an Ts Haadred Cetrde af Apply to JAMES CRONAN LOOT! DEPOSIT RECEIPT No. 4385. rOR STS.OS, drawn December t, 1173, by J. M. gelhert. Agent Wells, Fargo A Co., aad In favor of John Doaegaue, All puttee are forbid negotiating wv me saaw, as parsveni aas Been sseppoa. dJVlm able Rates.' Prices to salt th. Wssa dlt-la HARRISON BROS ,",, ....paauas '. Bedding ' FurnitiirP and . 1 I III Ml tsss as - - itasrt , mam BTREBT. maftj PRIMA AND PfM JIATR" . PARLOR AND BKD-ROOJS window snrLd-J, AtJooas.PiaiaTr. Aj. f""