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' i DAILY RECORD WEDNESDAY. JANUARY T. 1J. Taa Business Office of th lUuctls 1111.1 Hiodu will hereafter be in th office of U. B. Breakry, at Michael's cigar torc, Mlin tret, oppoaite Meadow Valley. Telegraphic Dispatches SPM1AL TO WHR PKHE DAILY " i KnoRT or PAPER. Owing to tlie onprecedentefllj' bid road, supplies of paper, now on the road and overdne, have failed to arrive. Hence we are compelled for a day or two, after this edition, to issue only a half sheet. Considering all the circumstance", a generous, publie will make due allow ance, as the difficulty in the way of a regular issne is beyond hnman control. IMPORTANT DECISION. On Monday morning Judge Fuller de livered an important decision concerning attachments. The history of the case is that certain creditors in Ssa Francises of II. Myers and II. II. Lichteuateiu, mer chants in Pioclie, assigued their claims to H. Lewis, and Lewis, one day last week pat an attachment upou the prop erty of the defendants. Myers, one of the defendants, resides in San Francisco, the other defendant residing here. The point relied npon by the plaintiff in issu ing the attachment, was that one of the defendants was a non-resident. The Court held that the non-residence of one member of a firm did not authorize the issuance of An attachment ngainst the property of the firm, and the debts hav ing been contracted outside this State, and not payable in this btate, it was hold that the writ of attachueut was in' sufficient to hold the property, and on motion of defendants' counsel the attach inent was vacated and the defendants immediately resumed business. The re sult of Judge Fuller's ruling in this case was looked for with deep interest by the entire mercantile community, and his order to vacate the attachment was re ceived with great satisfaction. Suit for damages has been instituted by Myers and Liechtenstein against Lewis and bondsmen for injury to their business and credit by the levy of the attachment. They claim $2,000 damages, the penal ties of the bond, and against H. Lewis personally for $20,000. A Crmocs Divobck Suit. According to tne English law a man can obtain a divorce from his wife on the ground of her adultery, but a woman cannot pro cure such relief ou this around aluue By proving her husband's intidelitv she can procure what is called a "judicial separation," but to obtain a divorce she must prove cruelty or desertion, as well as adultery, on the husband's part. A case curiously illustrative of these din- tinctious came, not loug since, before the Divorce Court. In ftovember, a wife had instituted a Suit for a judicial separation, on the ground of tne bus band's adultery, and in that suit she ob- ' tained a decree. In the conrse of last year she instituted a suit for the dissolu- tioo of her marriage, on the ground of cruelty committed by the husband previ ous to the institution of the former suit, and of his subsequent adultery. ISotn the adultery and cruelty were proved, but it was argued by the Attor ney General, that the wife, know ing of the cruelty and Lavi.ig failed to incorporate it in the first suit, slit) was not now entitled to full back upon it, and she mi not, in consequence, entitled to a decree of dissolution. The wife's state ment wan, that when she instituted the first suit she did not wish a dissolution of her marriage; that she loved her hus band, and in the hope that he would mend his ways, she was anxious to leave the door open to enable him to return to her. The Judge said that he considered the conduct of the wife of a very merito rious character, and unless there was some general principal of law which stood between her and the relief she sought, he thought she was entitled to it. He could find no such principle in exis tence, and he pronounced a decree nisi, in favor of the wife. A " decree nisi " means a decree of divorce, unless some very sufficient cause to the contrary be shown within nix months, in default of which the " decree nisi " becomes a de cree absolute. Iron xid the sat: Eastern Dispatches. New Yobk, Jan. 5. About one thou sand unemployed workingtnen met to day at Union Square. Speeches were made by several of the most prominent men present. The meeting then ap pointed five men to wait on tha Mayor. The whole outfit then proceeded to the City Hall, but was unable to find the Mayor, and finally adjourned. PrrrsBcao, Jan. 6. At Elizabetuuoro, Saturday night, Patrick Slavins shot and killed Daniel Lynch without tha slight est provocation. The murderer was ar rested, but afterwards was rescued by a mob of miners, to which class he he longed and is still at large. New York, Jan. 5. A Herald'i spe cial from Havana says, the overthrow of the Castellar miuistry was favorably re ceived in Havana. The Casina Espauol is especially jubilant, tho volunteers are evidently in favor of a monarchy. The crowns and sterns of the Spanish Tea sels in the harbor which were painted over when a republic was in vogue, art) now being regilded. The Imperial Span ish coat of arms have been placed on tha palace of Cnptitiu General. Cincinnati, Jan. 5. The Enquirer's special to-night from Mansfield, Ohio, says O. K. Rowland, County Treas urer, left there under circumstances that alarmed his sureties and the citizens, aad to-day Judge Keith appointed L. J. Tracy to. act with the County Commis sioners to examine the County Treasary. They found $110,000. They also found that Rowland had assigned M. Dickey $CO,000, collaterals which Dickey refused to surrender. Chicaoo, Jan. C. The Tribune's Washington special says it Is probable that the matter of the appointment of Chief Justice will be compromised by the substitution of the name of Caleb Cashing for that cf Williams, and the appointment of Williams as Minister to Spain. New Yobs, Jan. C. Suit has been be gun by the Government against Edwin Kowe k Co., to recover two hundred thousand dollars gold, for an alleged vio lation of the revenue laws. St. Louis, Jan. C A Republican spe cial from Topeka, says tha case of the State vs. Pomeroy for tha bribery of Senator York, was called to-day. De fendant not being present, his counsel asked a further continuance, which was refused, and Pomeroy's bail of $20,000 was ordered forfeited, with the under- stung however, that if defendant appears for trial during this month tha order for forfeiture will be rescinded. It is be lieved here that Pomeroy will never be tried, but as the ease now stands it puts him in the position-of a criminal at large without bail, and liable to arrest at any- time. Ksw Oblkans, Jan. 6. A special from Austin, Texas, says the Supreme Court has just decided the late State election unconstitutional, ou the ground that the polls were only kept open one day, in stead of four, as provided in the new Constitution. Cabdiff, Jan. 8. The bark Cechino Justice, arrived from New York, reports tempestuous weather, and having lost several hands overboard. , London, Jan. 6. The Metropolitan Railway carriage works, at Birmingham, were burned last nigbt. The loss is esti mated at 50,000, and 400 persons are thrown out of employment. Havana, Jan. 6. The home Govern ment hiiB granted, without restriction the extraordinary powers demanded by Captain General Jonvellar. Miniko Dividknds fob 1873. We ob tained from the San Francisco Chronicle the following list of dividends paid in 1873: "' ' Belcher Mining Company. .. ...id "62 .000 Ceclerbera Mining Company 24.000 Consolidated Aiuatlor 170.0HO frown Point... 9,100,000 Knreka snn.ono Mi adow Valley 1X0.000 Monitor, Belmont ........ - 75,000 Raymond A Ely SO0.CO0 Idaho, Graaa Valley (1S2.0I.-0 Kpyetone. Amador county . 185,0110 Black Bear, Klamath county,..., 45.0110 Eureka Consolidated 200,000 Oolden Chariot OS. 000 lin-Kluk Consolidated ,., 0J,50 Minnesota. , , C0.OO0 Total 14,21,6O0 These- says the Chronicle, do not in clude man; mines, particularly in Cali fornia, which are . paying regular divi dends to San Francisco owners and which would doubtless increase tho above to say $16,000,000, an interest of 16 per cent, upon a valuation of $100,000,000, which would cover the market Talue of the whole Comstock and fifty millions besides. These are astonishing figures. stock the same. Also, III Miiiins Company to mine iu county ; capital $5,000,000. Judge J. It. Sharpstein assomd bis duties as Judge-of the Twelfth district Court to-day. ' ' The new steamer for the Mail Com pany reached ber dock abont 2 o'clock p. m. to-day. She will take lur place on the line to China and Japan. A German employed by Jautt-s Adams, of Adams, Bliun A Co., committed sui cide at Menlo Park by "shooting himself through the head with a shotgun. The name of the suicide is unknown. It is said be had a brother living iu Portland, Oregou. William Lightnock has brought suit tor $10,000 damages against John Mar shall for the seduction of his wife. Sacbahgkto, Cel., Jan. 3. To morrow afternoou the election of a Presidcut, Viae President, Secretary, Treasurer and 12 Directors of the Sacramento Board of Trade will be held. Every citizen is en titled to vote. The temporary organiza tion has already effected much good, and the election of permanent officers and Directors will, it is confidently antici pated, result in a largely Increased prop erty to this city and county. Application has been made to the Pro bate Court by the guardians of the chil dren of the missing Arthur O Neill for administration of the estate. The real estate is valued at $15,000; personal property, $8,200. John Mernangh was arrested to-day on a charge of mayhem on Sunday last. He had a difficulty with John D. Smith, near the old gas works, during which be bit a large piece off of Smith's lower lip AtrsTis, Kev., Jan. 6. James Trese- der, a native of Cornwall, England, was killed in the 300 foot level of the North Star mine on Lander Hill, this afternoon by a large rock falling npon him. Foreien News. Loudon, Jan. 5. The Times' Madrid special (ays it was Serranos' wish that Castellar be a member of the new iatry, but the latter refused. Paxis, Jan. C It is said that Copt. Surmount has been appointed to com maud the French Trans-Atlantic Compa ny's steamer Villa du Paris. It is said that it is rumored here in Spanish circles that General Dominiquez has been ordered to relieve General Mo nones of the command of the army iu the north; that Admiral Topetehas de clined the Ministry of Marine, and that another military movement is on foot in Madrid for Central Government, . Madbid, Jan. 5. A decree was pro mulgated to-day suspending the constitu tional guarantees, and putting in force throughout Spain the law of 1870 for the maintenanca of public order. The new Minister of the Interior, Gar cia Binz, has ordered the publication of all Carlist and Intransigent newspapers to be stopped. An armed rising of volunteers of lib erty took place in Ssrngossa on Sunday, It was incited by the municipality. After tight hours fighting, the troops tool: 200 insurgents prisoners and captured si cannon and a large quantity of rifles and ammunition. The municipality has been dissolved. " Madrid, 3m. 5. Castellar, iu a letter addressed to the country, says he must protest with all energy against the recent brutal coup d'etat. He concludes: "My conscience will not permit me to asso ciate with demagogues, and conscience and honor refuse to accept the situation created by bayonets." Several members, the majority of whom voted against Castellar, now ap prove of the stand he has taken. Tho capital is quiet, but there are rumors of disturbances at Valladolid. . NEVADA STATE ITKMH. r . - . - . - - IT. .:!,. no from Fil- 1 siule tha niht Iwfore, in order ihat b j ini.jl-t Ea.it-a lult medical atten.lnuo -. 14- a-..- h,..j nn Knll,,v. K.Lmui-l Hard- '. n.-fi, a carpenter and uu old tvmdeiit ol this place, did in the County Hospital ou Saturday uiglit of the same iliseus". lEIko Independent, Jan. 3. " radars HI fotarra. rxBsoNAL. Mr. Mi -Kinney, late ediUir of the Yiminii Kvenine Chronicle, baa resigned bis position on the paper, for the purpose qf engaging iu business in Eastern Nevada. His son, who was eui- ttloyed ea avoumpositor in the aaiua office. , eft Virginia City last evening fur Sacra-Du-uto, Cal. The elder McKiuney's posi tion on the paper is being filled by " . Frank Stewart, a gentleman well and favorably known in this community. lUold Hill News, Jan. 3. Kuxsd on this Tuack. Mouday, ua the train passed through Palisade, the bell ringing according to regulation, a man placed himself ou the track and de liberately awaited his late. After proper notice, all unheeded, the merciless cow catcher of the soulless monopoly humped bun uuder and gathered mm in. .Meas ure fur Measure. ' John Myatt, the accused murderer of James Morgan, waived his preliminary examination and was committed to jail to) await the action of the Grand Jury. On Wednesday Chas. liuglier, the -boy -who stole Jake Gsrrecht's blankets, had his examination on a charge of petty larceny, and was sentenced to thiriy days in the County Jail. Elko Independent, January ixjuTirnasro- f non- ? 1 BUSINESS!! . f'A to ;tiieM'! Smokers & Friends of Tobacco Floche and Lincoln County. .., Hew Ho-Jati- ft? PUBLIC NOTICE. XTO PERSON OB PERSONS ARE AUTHOR- i.1 lzea te contract debts on my account, nor will I pay any debt so contracted. CHECK LOST. nHECK KO. '.647. DRAWS ON KAN FRAN- j claeo bv the Ravmond a Ely Company. In favor of Oeorge Pnrsona, for S1SJ, bearlug date Piocha. Jan. 1. 1KTA. has been loet. and payment stopped. A nberal reward win Da paid Tor iu. return of ibe cheek to the mate Bank of nsvads at Pioche. , t . . ja7-lm , . .'; 0E0R9E PARSONS. rsr raurolliaa HIbIu ComlSBr.-Location cf V arks, Ely Mining District, Lincoln cauiity. Nevada, douce. Tnere is aeunqnani upon id following described etoek, on secount of assess ment (Mo. S) levied on the 11th day of Novem ber, 187. the several anwunta aet opposite tha names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows: f No. of No. of Names. Certiorate, gbare. Ami. Beaver (leo W S UtlTn 83 B- i. iKT Hill m Orandall W O, Trustee 13 CrauiUil W Q, Trustee CrMMi)l W O, Trustee 197 CnntUl! W O. Trustee 26T El hoi Chss E, Trustee 34 Elliot Chas E, Trustee. 2ft Elliot Cbss E, Trustee.., Elliot Chas E, Trustee.. Elliot Chas E, Trustee.., Mtiot Chas K, Trustee.. Elliot Chas E, Trustee. Elliot Chas E, Trustee, Notice to Lien Holders. TX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 8EV. 1 ?utli Judicial Dlittict. In and for Lincoln cjuuty, Nevada. O. P. Sherwood an-J William H. Sherwood, Plaintiffs, fcealnit Thoaias F. Hmley. K. J. Hauler. J. N. Williams, James Shea, A. Boe- qo.raa, and R. MrKee. and Q. W. Carsley, end J. B, Jones, Defendants. Notice U hereby given that O. P. Sherwood and William H. 8hrwuod, plaintiffs shore named, have commenced an action in the above entitled Court, against Thomas F. Hanley and others, to enforce a lien for the sum of seventeen hundred sixty-nine sud seventy-eight one hun dredths dollars, gold coin, snd Interest t hereon from July 9th, 1873, gainrt that certain two storied brick and stone building and the lot on whirh the same standi, situate on the south side of Meadow Valley street, adjoining on the west the premises now occupied by F, W. ('lute; the said lot fronting twenty-five feet on said Ueadow Valley street and extending beck in a southerly direction, at right snglts to said street, one hun dred feet, mom or leii (known as lot nine in Work twenty-five) and being the premises on which stands that certain brick and atone build ing known as and called Armory Hall, Baid lien Is claimed under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, approved March 4th, A. D. 1871, and all persons heldlng or claiming liens against or upon aaid irtmises, under the provisions of said Act, are lereby notified to be and appear before said Court at the Court House in the town uf Pioche on - ' Friday, the 30th day of Jan nary. A. D. M74, at 10 o'clock a. m. of aaid day, the same being a day of a regular term of said Court, and to exhibit then and there the proofs of their saia lteiis, an provided in said Act. And all liens not then so exhibited aud proved will be deemed waived in favor of thosa liens so exhibited snd proved, as in sain Act prorkled. . , rj. v. O. P. BHEMWOOU, v iL.u.nsm a . snnftituuii, Bishop ft SaSiw. Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Pioche, Nr., Iec. 19th, 1873. d20-td ja7-td AB I AM ABOUT TO KET1UE FROM BUS neas I will sell for the next 60 days my en tire stock of . , Cigars, Tobaccoos, Cutlery, Notions, . ' .A - V- Etc. Etc. At GREATLY REDUCED BATES! Ttiis Is a bona nJc sale, and no huaibug. LOOK AT MY PRICE LIST OF TOBACCOES: 4 Plugs Cable Coil far 1.00 3 do. Cable Twist for 1.00 8 do. Bright Tw ist for l.OO lO ' do. Bright Navy for 1.00 S do. Black Navy for LOO 3 do. Double Thick flir - - 1.00 Qlvraa R B Haegin IV Hard; D, TruatM Harflj v. Trustee. .... Uardjr D, TruatM.... Hardy D, Truatea Hardy 1), TruatM Hardy I). Troatea Haiti D, TruatM Hardy D, TruatM artly I. TruatM Hardy D, Truatea Jennings A A, TruatM Jeuuiua'B A A, TruatM Jt-uutiiip A A, TraatM Jnnnluga A A, Truate. Jennings A A, TruatM Accoiidino to the last returns issued by Secretary Kelly, of the National Grange, the working strength of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry is repre sented by 8,574 Granges, with a member ship of 643,125. The former slays states are well represented in this, there being 2,946 Granges within their bounds. Only Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware are without an organization. South Carolina has the largest number Booth. Kansas is strongest, aocording to popu lation, and Iowa In percentage of mem bership. ' : IIoktaha Finances. According to our Montana exchanges the total reyenue for the year ending Dee. 1, 1873, from all sources, waa $60,651.69. To this sum is to be added (9,925.50, the amount on hand Dee. 1, 1872. Disbursements dur ing the year, $66, 171.79; amount on hand, $4,406.30. ' Territorial indebtedness, $104,300 in li per cent, bonds and abont $54,000 in registered warrants total, $158,300. Current expenses of the year, $41,405.90-$12,516 of which was for in terest on bonds. At a mass meeting in Caldwell, Ohio, a few days since, an Anti-Grab League was spontaneously ushered into exist ence, and already call has been made for a National Conyntion of Anti-Grab Leaguers to be held in Chicago on the 7th of May, 187. Pacific Coast. Bah FatMcisco, Jan. 6. In the Police Court to-day the chief mate of the Sun-' rise wai sentenced to 250 days' confine ment iu the county jail, in defanlt of $500 fine, on three charges of assault and battery. Gee. Ralston, second mate of the same vessel, received $100 fine or 50 dsys' imprisonment, and A. Caroll, one of the crew, received $100 fine or 60 days in jail. Ellen McDonald, who waa charged with an attempt to murder, was called for ex amination. She was accused of having struck two men with a marlin-spike on New Year's Day. The case is still pend ing. No tidings have yet been received of the overdue steamer China, from Hong kong and Yokohama. Poutlakd, Ogn., Jan. C. Connection with the Dallia was made yesterday by river steamers. Passenger trafio commenced between Kalama and Taeoma yesterday. . The Bidlaw and Aranoo have completed their cargoes of wheat for Europe and dropped down the river yesterdsy. The wife of a tailor named J. B. Woods attempted anicide on Saturday. Her husband, apparently in good health, died very suddenly the following day. A post mortem examination was held yes terday. Sam Fbancisco, Jan. 6. A dispatch to the Merchants' Exchange to-day an nounces that the ship River Krishna, which sailed from this port for Liverpool September 10, with a cargo of wheat valued at $70,000, has gone ashors on the banks off the Tnsear Light Coast, Ireland, and will prove a total loss. Tha place is the same where the British steamer Tripoli went ashore abont a year since. Ham Fbancisco, Jan. 6. A dispatch if said to have been received that the steamer China left Yokohama on the 10th of December, which makes her only four days overdue. The trial of John Tuers for shooting Jamea Dowling, ii still pending in the Fifteenth District Court. Tuers shot Dowling while the former waa in a fight with a man named Howard. The Bulphnreta Mining Company is organised to Mine in Storey county, Ne vada; capital $800,000. The Granada Silver Mining Company is organised tor the same place; capital Tut Eureka Sentinel gives the details of a horrible murder recently committed in Nye county, which occurred at Duck water on Christmas Day.: H. G. Blaek well, a man well know among the miners of Ruby Hill, was the victim, and Alex ander McKeever was the murderer. Both parties were ranchmen. McKeever went to filackwell'e house and became very abusive, and after being remonstrated with in vain be was ejected from the house. McKeever then procured an ax, broke down the door and murdered Blackwell. After the murder, McKeever visited some of the neighboring ranches and told of what he had done. Among others, he went to the house of Mr. North. Mrs. North is a sister of the murdered man. Mr. North was absent at Austin as a witness in the Sampson case. On hearing what hod befallen her brother, Mrs. North ordered the mur derer to forthwith quit her presence; but ne refused to go. lie Happened to De standing near tbe door and she gave him a violent push and olosed him out, lock ing and bolting the door to prevent him from entering again. This door was also broken down and seizing a shotgun kept in the house, he ehssed Mrs. North and ber children out and compelled them to fly for their lives. Fortunately the demon did not shoot. This ended his day's work. ' He would probably have left the country, but for a little strategy practiced by a couple of gentlemen in the valley to wnom ne reiatea tne events oi the day. They told him that the law was on his aide and that be was in no danger of being molested, but while thus giving him confidence to remain they quietly summoned a deputy sheriff from Belmont to take charge of htm. McKeeveris now in jail, where it ia to be hoped, be will remain until the majesty of the violated law shall have been vindicated. Black well was a very quiet, inoffensive man. He leaves a wife and seven children. A GntattH named Frsderich A. Reh, who waa on his way East on an emigrant train, .was fatally injured on Monday af ternoon last by the eastward bound pas senger train, about two miles this aide of Palisade. Accordion to the evidence ad duced at the Coroner's inquest, held in this place on .Tuesday by V. n. Abbott, it appears that Reh was walking on the track and was struck by tha locomotive and received severe injuries on tbe head and other portions of his person, from which he died on Tneaday morning, some thirteen hours after his arrival in this place. It appears from papers found on his person that he was a resident of San Francisco and bad left a wife there. Elko Independent, Jan. 3. . , Died. Wash. Patterson, who was ar rested in this eity some two years ago on a charge of robbing the stage, but was subsequently declared innocent, died from tbe effects of pneumonia in this place on Quarterly Statement or rns Receipt and Payment of (lie Trcaury of Lincoln County for the Three Monllia Ending 3 tat Dec, 1ST 3. Balance from last Quarter tlM) H UiHtrilmteil iu tue luUowlug r unila: Btate Kund 11 Brlioot Fund 3,578 30 GiiriFund(ovi-r.lr'n)fa5HS Indicant Hi.-k Fund. 913 211 Contingent Fund..... ...1,240 23 Buihhuij Fund.. aft,..,. .la 75 Intercat Faud ,l,iu,i..l,lli M V X. Fire Fund .....1(12 40 , Judgt'e Salary Fund 432 OS v:' Tn-aeuier a Salary Fund 649 7 tll,600 32 l.fH amount overdrawn on ueae ml . - - lull J a JS 48 ;.' ' i ' i fl6,201 74 Itecelpta for the past Quarter .S 91.621 80 Derived from the following sources: Auenanient Roll 1872 $115 9.1 AagasRluent Koll 10 per cant.. ..'..11 63 Aaseiwinent Roll 187SPloche) 40,413 30 Ad.pumnent Itoll 1873(CountT)24,S15 TO Aiaeaaineut Roll 10 per cent 6.V5 31 Mining Tax, 2d quarter 1878. . .4.024 44 " "3d i t". .M,S19 93 CviuntTLlt-eusaa l.l''39 76 (laming Licenava 1,140 00 Docket Tax 00 ' FollTax i... 8,496 30 Justice' Court Fines. 66 00 Toll-roads 3 60 . , S91.621 80 Apportioned as tuuews:' State Fund .$37,724 SI 1 School Fund... ...,) SS . General Fund ; .-. ............ .-.tUM 00 Indigent 8i.-k Fund., ..6,344 1 . Contingent Fund .... 6.844 KO Building Fund.. . .,..,.,.., .,733 89 Intercut Fund 8,746 62 Fire Fund 2,282 14 Jndge'a Balarr Fund 703 24 Trewurtir'a salary Fund .2,1112 43 8 do. Light J'ics.cufot ,-. - l.OO 1 Pound f Bob Wkite At l.OO I do. Olive for - - - - - l.OO 1 do. Yacht Club for l.OO JtnniijiM A A. Truatee 87 euuiuga A A, Trustee PS ainea genu tt it" Keener C W 70 Keener c w. Truate iox Keener C W, Truatea 161 Keener C V, Truatea 103 Keener v vf. Truatee iw Keener C W, Truatea 164 Keener t; w, iruaiee iro Keener C W. Truatea. 167 Keener C W, Truatee. 108 Keener C W, Truatee 1C9 Keener C W, Trustee 170 Keenejr C W, Truatee 171 Keene; C W, Truntee 173 reentr c w, Truatee.. ia Keener C W, Truatee 174 Keener C W, TruatM 176 Keener C W, Truatea. 160 Minear A P 12 Noble HH, Truatee 194 KogersRH 06 Rogers BH 1UO RhoadaLN 108 RhoadtLN 109 RhoadaLN 110 HhoedaLN IU RhoadaLN.. 113 RboadaL N .....113 RhoadaLN 114 BhoadaL N 116 Richardson E A, TruatM. ..183 1 do. Soul See - - 75c. In pr- And all other kinds . i portion. A Liberal Discount to tbe Trade. All pereons having claima against sie are requeatea to nana thein in, ana an pereons in dented to me are notified to coma forward aud eettle, or their accounts will be put into the nanaa oi an omcer. Store to Let and Fixtures for Sale. II. MICHAEL, Alain it., eppoatt Mtadow Valley, JiS tf RBTZHZXTG FROM BUSINESS! PH. FELSENTHAL WOl'LI) RBSPE0TFTJTJ.1 AKNOCNCK TO the cttisent of Lincoln County, that na will POU TXXJbJ NEXT -01,62I 86 During tha past Quarter the following tranafera were made: , From tha General So the Interest Fund, aa ner Statute 1873... .. From the Contingent to the General r und, ny order ox the county uoni-miaaionera From tha General to tha State Fund, to correct apportionment Payments dnring the Quarter, rrom tne following l uuoa: State Fund school Fund. General Fund Indigent Sick Fond.... .8.. Contingent Fund nuuuing fund. Fire Fund.... Judge's Salary Fond 13,884 15 3,600 00 87 64 $7700 01 Treaaurer'a Salary Fund.. 629.H0 71 ....4,148 ST 22,035 6(1 ...... ...6,063 41 3,148 93 S.633 3S ,..4..3t00 ,f auk MM . .900 00 -ITT.OM) 01 RECAPITULATION, Cub Balance 30th Sept., 1873.. ........115,301 74 Receipts during the past Quarter. , . . .. .91,621 86 Total $106,823 60 Payments during the past 4sarMr. ; . .77,060 01 Balance on hand Dee. SI. 178 ..829,703 69 Diatributed in the following Funda: State Fund $3,926 S6 School Fund 8,613 80 General Fund............... J,A1 07 - inuigeni tos rune . . . i . . . . . .w w Contingent Fund nuuding Fund Internet Fund. . Fire Fund Jndge'a Salary Fund , Treaaurer'a Salary Fund.. ..936 91 ....145 31 .16,044 1 6 ..,.1M 64 ..1,962 31 3,(lft $39,78 U StoUtnesit mt UmblllMes. Funded Deb(l......,...v.... n. $179,000 00 Building Bonda 600 00 Liable to be Funded 1,027 86 Floating Debt 26,173 68 . r ' . ' .-:" fu ; . Leaa Cash In the Treasury $206,701 68 ,...36,837 73 f $179,863 K The above amount does not Include the ac crued Interest on tha Funded Debt or Building .""VUi w fl ITtirPtRS. C.axrrttr. JOBK ROKDKB. Co. Treasurer. Pioche, tin coin Oonnty, Nv., Jan wary $, 1871, Je7-iw OFFSK HI IMMENSE STOCK .i:.- ' - OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, MINING AJiD MILLING GOODS, '9 :B0QTS,d HATS, ETC., A NHL II! I BEING DESIROUS OF CLOSINO ; , OUT , ' BUMINENS ) JH : v-. s, ' fiU ! STATIC THIS IS A LEGITIMATE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE Issi WE t MUST HOUSES & LOT 1 IN PIOCHIE, TWO WAREHOUSES, STORE FIXTURES . HORSES AMD WAGONS, S.aVEjZJ. PH.rmSENTHAL, 8TOOTB TrXlB. Mala Street, Opposite Meadow VaU ' lejr Street, Piocha, Not. oll-2ptf ! 37 ..28 ..:o ..33 ..48 ..49 ,.101 ,.1'28 ..128 ,.129 ..131 ,.131 rlltot Cbas E, Truatee... Klliut Cuaa , Truatea. .. Elliot Chaa E, Truatee . . . KUIot ChaaE, Trustee... Elliot Caae B. Truatee. . . Elliot Chae K, Truatea... Elliot ChaaS, Truatee 133 Elliot Chaa E, Truatee 134 Elliot Chaa B Truatee 136 Elliot Cbaa K, Truatee 187 Elliot Chaa K, Truatee 140 Elliot Chaa E, Truatee 148 Elliot Chas E. Truatee 144 Elliot Cbaa E, Trustee 148 Elliot Chas S, Truatee 1N Elliot Chas E, Trustee 1H9 Elliot Chaa E, Secretary.... lis ...H? ....16 ....18 ....41 78 76 , v.. ..76 to , 81 ,....104- , 66 67 68 86 ,....86 Richerdeon E A. Trustee. ..1H3 Hayuioud Henry 200 Schmieden Hy, Truatee.,,. 326 Schmtedell lly, Truatee.... 327 Wall J I Wade A P, Truatee 184 Wade A r.Truatoe 199 Wade A P, Truatee 201 Wade A P, Truatee 204 Wade A P, Trustee 20J Wade A P, Truate 200 Wade A P, Truate 2u7 Wade A P, Truatee 2118 Wade A P, Trualee.... 213 Wade A P, Truate ,.213 Wade A P, Truatee 316 Wade A P. Truate.... .....231 Wade A P, Truate 132 ade A P. Truatee.. 238 W adeAP, Truatee 234 Wade A P. Truatee 236 Wad A P, Truatea 3311 Wade A P, Trustee 237 Wade A P, Trunte.... 260 Wade A P, Truatea 263 Wade A P, Treat 266 Aud In accordance with law and an order of the Board of lJirectora, made on tbe 11th day of November, 1873, so many share of each par eel of auch atock aa may l necea&ary will be sold at public auction, at the ofBi-e of the Com pany, Boom No. 38. No. 619 California street, Ban Franciai-e, California, on Thuraday, the l.ilh, anr or tJaaaarr. 1N7. at tne nour of 3 o'clock p. m. of aaid day, to pay aaid deliu. qucnt aaaeaament tnereon, together with coats of advertiaiug and expense of tbe aale. tuAH. jb. .il,iui, secretary. Office: rtoom 28 Harvard's Building, No. 41 California street, Ban Franclaco. California. d.S-td to 100 wo ' i loo loo 100 6 60 60 60 . so , : 60 L 100 . 100 luo 100 loo 110 100 100 lit) II ' 1110 100 100 100 100 100 60 60 2360 60 MO 60 60 100 100 60 6110 , 100 100 loo 600 H lot) , loo 600 600 HO 300 aOO 20 100 1U0 loo 100 100 100 no 100 100 . 100 100 100 100 100 1O0 100 loo 60 100 810 1000 iooo looo 1000 1000 looo looo 610 60 26 100 no 10 0 26 10 loo 100 100 100 loo loo loo . lwt 100 , 100 100 loo loo loo loo 100 100 60 60 6-0 15 30 3 f 30 80 80 " 15 16 16 13 15 16 80 30 80 -3D 30 80 80 80 80 80 80 30 SO 80 80 8 15 16 S78 15 m 15 16 30 80 i 15 1M 30 30 80 160 80 31) 30 ISO 150 160 90 150 80 30 60 30 .30 30 30 30 30 80 30 30 30 30 ABHIM a. k BBO.. Plonee, Sio- 'u . oppoeite Laeour. Mor-M,l- itrect 4 BBAHAM T. W., PoatmaKter. "Oc.,Uwtritrtti cn. Wbj le Bank. TEB(18TE1N tow. . JD Building. Main .tree.: ot75?. '' 30 30 15 30 90 300 300 300 80 i 300 300 300 160 16 T 60 30 80 SO CO 7 60 9 80 30 30 SO 30 30 30 SO 30 30 30 30 30 30 SO 30 30 16 16 DB. H., JilBHOP A LEE, Physicians. 8ABIN. Alicia , "ttrt' BROOE8 SEWING MACHINE Coi'' , 1329 Broad... v2l! BREAKET H. B., llotarv ' nil-ioner of Deed snoMinta' ' Main atrvet. , t "-"""g Beaordar, COLEMAN k TYLER, Capital Balo.n CAHILL ft FOX, Stock Broken 406 Montgomery atreet, San p, piARK D.'O. k BRO.. Wholea.r.TT I i iimLm i. fi-w, snd Retail ral Merchandiae. lw ManTSre?1 "'' Ciunw auui.ru ft BRO.. WholM.1. -'ci CTthiKin. ofp .k.K pBONAN JAMES, Dealer I. Qrocrie. n'Z' V war. Clothing, etc.. Mala street COSOHINA k OTJIBTIN, Dealn,-, " snd Domestic Fruits, MataatnM7 n O 'DOUGHERTY A. B., AttorM..1 Meadow Valley atreet. ",n-st.Uw, CHARTER OAK STOVES. Sold bv J I n , pin k Co., Main street. " Hal. rtrert McC0KM,CK' '"loon, K,U DEAL DB. D. L., Pbyalcian, ' ' Sals ttreaL DONAHOE ft QniLLIN, Bakery. ruu Liquors, Pnmalolit and Grocerlaa. EDWARDS T. ..AttcroyaitdCllHlat Law, Caraon Oty. EI8ENMANV J. k CO., Importera and Deal In Hardware. Crockery, OlunmZl Uouae-rorniabtng Oooda, Main street. FARGO E. A. k CO., Importera and J0bb. of Prandlea, Wines andHLonoraTn! rZ! atreet, Ban Franciaoo. . " FEL8ENTHAL PH., Wholeaal and Retan Dealer in Orqcerlra, ProTiaiona, ate. MMa GtRAND OIFT CONCERT, Neva,, gut. , r B. Brcakey, Agent tor Lincoln count. GIBBON Dtl., Olbboa's Dispensary, 633 Kearny street, Saa Franclsst GILMER k SALISB0RT, Dally Stage Line ' Officii at Wella, Fargo k 6 GIB FRIED k BR18ACHEB, Saa Francis, Reataurant and Bakary, Meadow Vallei street, opposite Dexter SUbles. HALF IN J. 1. k CO Main atrect. HAMILTON E., Wholes! sad latail Liquor Dealer, Main street. HANLY K. J., Armory Hall, ' " ' Meadow Valley Matt, HARRISON BROS., Dealers In Fnnutsn Bedding. Carpeta, etc,, Msia street. HILL SAMUEL, Agent Florence Seartr., Uu chines, 19 New Montgomery tre, Qnaa Uoiel Building, San Franciaoo. . HARENBERQ DR.C, Physician sad Bargees. Meadow VUey street. , JACOBS k SULTAN, Wholeaal and Betstl Dealera in General Merchandise, Mais at. J'-ITCHF.N k CO., Proprietor Walker Hosm a. snd CUft House, Salt Lake. T'-ASTra F., Meadow Yslley Brewtry, cossat IV of Main and Meadow Valley streets. LIEBF.S k BOWMAN, Manufacturers and Tm. porters of Havana C la-are, eoroar of Sacra. man to and battery streets, ban Franciaoo. LIVINGSTON k CO., Fin Brandies, WIsm and Liquors, 220 and 222 California Itrart, San Francisco. LEWIS H., Dealer In Clothing and Funis. Ing Oooda, Main street. LYNCH JOHN C, Wtwleaat snd Retail Liquor Dealer, cor. Mala and Lscmr It. "1 fICHAKL H., Cigar Store, Main street, oppo. IU site Meadow Valley treet. MAHONEY k OTOOLE, Dealera tat CUtbisg, Boots snd Shoae, t.. Main atreat, , MALLETT J. H. k CO., Meat Market. Main, opposite Leouur sSnat, MARX F. F., ForwardlLg snd Coaunlasios Merchant, Toano (C. P. B. R.) Nevada. MEYERS k IJCHTEN8TEIN, Auctlen and Commlaaioa MerchanU, Laconr street. Mn.EY t LAAOE, Oonfectionm, Next door to J. J. Halpln k Co.,Mita atreet. MOTT, FISH k CO , Importers and TMalen in Hardware, Mill and Mining Oooes, ate. Ueadow Valley strket. JICHOLS DB.F.C, Dealer is Hirdnrt, Retiring from Business! J. C0HN& BE0. -IirOULD RESPECTFILLY ANNOUNCE TO TY the citlaena of Piecb nd Lincoln county that they will for the next ninety days offer their lmmenae atock of Clothing and Dry Goods, Boots aud Shoes, Hats and Caps, fiAt San Fraiciico First Cost.'-tU Belns determined to sell ont. ws will sell. WI1UOUI Give ua s call before purchasing elsewhere. Dea't feriret tlie placet J.COHN fc BRO., Main street, opposite Meadow Vallejr, ? PIOCHE, NEV. lal-tf E. B. MOTT. Ja., ncramJitu. O. H. Fiaa, I Jons O. Mott, Piocha. Eureka. MOTT, FISH & CO., . Meadow VaUlesy st. PIOCHE - - - NEVADA, IMPORTERS And Oealers in ' HARDWARE, MILL AD MINIMA GOODS. Dnponfs Blastiiii Powfier, . : Giant Powder anil Caps. Candles and Fuse, Blaoksmith's ' Hardware, Iron and Steel, -A.nc Tinware. Hatha eV Hwnt Bllvar Mlalnar Cempa. uj.-ian.uw vi urmcipat piac ox DUSUtoaS, San Francisco, Cal. Location ol Works, Kit Mining Diatrlct, Linoo'u county, Nevada. Notic I hereby given that at s meeting of th Board at Directors, bald on the 23d day of De cember, irs. an aeaeaament (Ko. S) ol Fifty Cent par soar was levied apoa the oapltal stock of th corporation, payable Immediately in United 8UUa gold and allver coin, to th Secre tary st th office of the Company, Room i, Mo. 419 California street, Baa Franclaco, Cal. Any stock upon which this 1 ehell remain unpaid on th i Star mt Jmm ry, 1S7, will be delinqueat, and ndveo Used for sal at public auction, and unless pay ment is made before will be sold on thSst day of FebraarT. 1ST4, to pay the delin quent amaemcot, together wits costs el ad- vcrttsuig and xpaae of sale. - - By order of th Director. - T. L. KIMBALL, Berretarv. Offlcei Room J, Ko. SIS Califomia atreet. Sea ui. dM-id Dentist, afalatlmt. I)ITZFH a COBSON, Attorneys st Law, Lsesur linet. 1)OND, REYNOLDS CO., Importer! and Jol.be re of winea and Llanora. 313 Calilor. nla street, Ban Frauciac. 1ItITCHARD W. L. (T. T. Lawlar. Agent it Pioche) Fast Freight Line from Paliiada W Pioche, Main atreet, below Lacotuv R Or DEB JOHN, Deal car in Groceries, It. visions snd General lferchandiat, filost 8tore, Lacour street. SCBUSTBICH k KLETNE, Philadelphia Brewery, Main street. S0OTT BUBBEI.L, - - ' Pslao Club Booms, Mala street. SHERWOOD k BRO., Dealers in Lmabar, Main stmt. SHBOUFE. SWEENEY A CO.. Commiarios ant Wholes! Dealers in Provisioua, sot Frost atrect, Saa Francieco .... Stock Brokers, Main street. WITH J AS. 8. a CO., S' STAPLES J. R. k CO., Furniture, Upholstery, etc., Pioche street. STATU BANK OF NBV ADA, ' , .,. . ,. : Msisiuwt. IinoMPSON a OAlDDf. W boleaale Dealenls . Winca, Liquor snd Cigara, Lacour etreH. rrTRAYIS a CO., Pioche snd Hamilton Star X Line; Frank C kflnahall, at Wells, rtit k Co', Aoent. WELLS, FABOO k 00., Exchaag. Bsasli and Lxpreaa Company. Alain atreat. WE800ATT V., Patents lor Mineral Unit. Meadow Yslley street. WHEELER FRANK k CO., Importers in Dealera In General H antware, Mala it. . W1EDEKHOLD C, Pioneer Ktwa Vepot. Mais Hmt W1LLUMS J, ft., Magnolia Saloon. , ,,,.,. BuUioarUli. "oots and hofS. CONNOLLY & STEPHENS, Mammoth BOOT and SHOE STORE JUST RECEIVED' sortmeat of A LAB8I AV TTAYB Winter Boots & Shoes Of superior quality, which they mtsndsaUlaf at VKKY LOW PRICES. Th stock comprise , - ' Ladies, Mlsaea, Children - and Baby ahoee Of aU descriptions. Also a Unj stock tt Cent's (Boots and Calterti '. ' Of oil kla sad pr)s. . , ' .' aVT Wi MAKE TO ORDER " ' All kinds of Boots nd Sboei ! X Of superior material snd wersmsas"9' SV RUWIAN LIATHM I " 1 Water-proof Winter Boott j V i il MADE TO ORDER. ' IT We saake'ao rn'??f,0' . " , - -i ij, oo,f. ZiuUallatioa a-r LOST. T OST A LADY'S QOU CHAIH, ETC. will secaiee a leaving th earns at th Rao liberal reward THE If ni o meetiraj Jaauary in tailing , All Tlsil Dyere tee-M O. r., are aoip . , iyis"""; of aaid Ixxlg. rn.Tt' t S. 1RT4, at ' essa 'JJJ I esacote rnr M Msse-' h lnuthate a w ol the . O. . aMrets P".IL aw-'