Ml N INC LAW.
La wt Comgtrm enilnffh Loca
tion, II old I ii k aad WorhlHtf of
MlnlHff CUInta I'poa thm Public
Bel will be found an abstract of the Mining
Law of th raited State, aa paaiK-d by Cub
great and appnm-d May 10, 1872. These ar the
last, and hence the only mining lawa of general
nttraat and f urce, with tiie single exception of a
portion of auction I, In rt-ferenc to the reloca
tion of claims and mlna located prior to the
pavaaga of tha general mining !aw. The Act
amenUing the aacUon alio Jed to will also be
found, following tha general law modifying sec
tion t, so tluvt a claim located prior to May 10,
1872, is not subject to relocation until June 10,
AN ACT to promota the developmeiit of the
Mining resources of the United Stxtes'
Be tt enacted by the ttenate and Mouse of Rep
resentatives of the I'niM-d fetates of America in
Congress aueemblvd. That all valuable niiw-ral
deposits in lands belonging to the I nited States,
both surveyed snd imsurveyt-d. are hereby de.
clared to be free and open to exploration and
purchase, and the lands in which tuey
are found to occupation and purchase
by citizens of the United States and
those who have declared there intention to Ix
coms such, undurreKulations prescribed by law.
and according to the local cuxtomsor rui of
miners, in the several mining districts, so far as
the same arc apnlic'ble and nut iD'-ontuteut
with the laws ol thn fulled States.
tsKc. 2. That mining claims up m veins or
lodes of quartz or otber nx k in place bearing
gold, silver, cuiuabtr, lead, tin, copjwr, or other
valuable deposits brretofore located, sball be
governed as to lencth alios the vem or lode by
tbe ciutouis, retjniations, i d laws in force at
t be da e of theirlcntjon. A uiin. ctaim located
after the pasnae of this act, wUttlnr located by
one or more persona, may equal, but sball not
exceed oue thousand five hundred .Yet In length
along the rein or lode; but no location of a min
ing claim shall be made until the discovery of
the vfun or lode witliin the limits of the claim
located. Ko claim shall extend more than time
hundred feet on es:h side of the muMl" if tlx
vein at the surface, nor shall any claim be lim
ited by any mining regulation to less than twenty-five
feet on each si.teof the middle of the vein
at the surface, except where adverse rights exist
ing at the passage of thi- act shall render such
iiuiitation necessary. The end-liues tf e.h
claim shall be parallel to each other.
Hec. 3. That the locators of all mining lora
tions heretofore made, or which shall hereafNr
be made, on any uuueral v lu.bwle, or Wlge, sit
uated on the public domain, their heirs and as
signs, where no adverse claim exiotfl at the pus.
atfe of this act.su long as they comply with Hie
laws of the United States, and the State, Terri
torial and local n .'gulations not in coullict with
said laws of the L uiU d Stated gnveniin their
pout-ar-ory title, "hall have the exi-lnsive riylit .f
pottsensiou and enjoyment of all the surface in
cluded within the lines of thir l(Xat.iiit and of
all Veins, lodes, and letleRthnnih ut thu entire
depth, the top or apex of which lies mide of
sueh surface-lines eiteuded downward vertical
ly, although such vein, lodes or ledges may so
for depart from a perpendicular in tli'-ir course
downward as to extend outvie, the vertical side
lines of said hurfaee location.: Provided, that
their right of possession to puh outside jiarts
of such veins or ledges bhall be confined to such
portions thereof as lio between vertical planes
drawn downward as afor-'said, through the end
lines of their location, bo continued in tluir
own direction that such planes will intersect
such exterior parts f said veins or ltdtres: And
provided further, that nothing in tint section
shall authorize the locat" or possessor uf a vein
or lode which extends in its downward course
beyond the vertical lines of his claim to enter
upon the surface of a cUim owned or pssissed
Max. 4. That where a tunnel is rut for the
development of a fcin or lode, or for the discov
ery of ml -tea, the owner of such tunnel shall
have the right of possession of all veins or loJea
within three thousand feet from the face of such
tunnel on the line thereof, not previously known
to exist, discovered in MKh tunnel, to the same
extent as if discovered fr-m the surface; and
locations on the line of such tunnel of veins or
links not appearing on the surface, made by
other parties after the commencement uf the
tunnel, and while the same is being prosecuted
with reasonable diligence, shall be invalid; but
failure to prosecute the work on the tunnel for
six moat ha shall be considered a an abandon
ment of the right to all undiscovered veins on
the line of anld tunnel.
Sec. 5. Tint the miners of each mining dis
trict may make mien and regulations not m con
flict with the laws of th United States, or with
the laws of the State or Territory in which the
district is situated, governing the location, man
ner of recording amount of wt'fk ueeessary to
hold possession of a mining claim, subject to
the following requirements: Location must be
distinctly marked on the ground so Hint its
boundaries can be readily traed. All records -f
mining cIbiils hereafter made shall contain the
imme or names of the locators, date of the locu
tion, and such a description of the claim or
claims located by ref'-renence to some natural
object or permanent monument as will identify
the claim. On each claim located alter the pas
sage of this act, and until a patent shall have
b"en issued therefor, no less than one hundred
dollars worth of labor shall be performed or im
provement made during each year, (in all
claims locate! prior, to the passage of this
act, ten dollars' worth of la r tor shall
be performed or improvements made
each yar fur evh one hundred feet
in length along the vein until a patent shall
have been Issued therefor; but where uch claims
are held in common, such expenditure maybe
made upon any one "1-im: and upon a failure to
comply with thf conditions, the claim or mine
upon which such failure occurred shall te open
to re-location in the same manner as if no loca
tion of the sum hid ever been made; Provided,
That the original locators, their hirt,
assigns, or legal representatives, have not re
iumed work upon the claim alter Biu h failure
and before such location. Upon the failure of
any oue of several co-owners to contribute his
portion of the expenditures required by this act,
the co-owners who have performed the labor or
made the improvements may, at the expiration
of the year, give such delinquent co owner per
sonal notice ia writing or notice by publication
In the newspaer published nearest the claim,
for at leaat once a week for ninety days, and if at
the expiration of ninrty days after such notice in
writing or by pubh-at ion such del i nquent sin iti Id
fail or refuse to contribute his proportion to
comply with this act, his interest in the claim
Khali become the property of his co-owners who
have made the required expenditures.
Sec. 6. That a patent for any land claimed
and located for valuable deposits may be ob
tained In the following manner: Any person,
association, or corporation authorized to locate a
claim under thin act, havingcUimed and located
a piece of land for snch purposes, who has, or
nave, complied with the terms of this act, may
tile In the proper land-office an application for a
patent, under onth, showing such compliance,
together with a plat and field-notes of the claim
or claims in common, made by or under the di
rection of the United States Surveyor General,
showing accurately the boundaries of the claim
or claims, which shall be distinctly marked by
monuments on the eround. and shall post a copy
of such plat, toy ft her with a notice of such
application for a patent, r a conspicu
ous place on the land embraced in such plat pre
vious to the filing of the application for a pat
ent, and shall file an atfldavit of at least two
persons that such notice has been duly posted as
aforesaid, and shall file a copy of said notice in
such land-office, and shall thereupon be entitled
to a patent for said land, in the manner follow
ing: The register of the land-office, upon the
filing of such application, plat, fit ld-notes, no
tices and affidavits, shall publish a notice that
snch application has been made, for the period
of sixty days, in a newspaper to Imj by him desig
nated as published nearest to said claim ; and he
shall also post such notice in his office for the
same period. The claim at the time of filing
this application, or at any time thereafter, with
in the aixty days of publication, shall file with
the register a certificate of the United States
Surveyor General that five hundred dollars
worth of labor has been expended or improve,
meats made upon the claim by himself or gran
tors; that the plat is correct, with such further
description by such reference to natural objects
or permanent monuments as Bhall Identify the
claim, and furnish an accurate description, to be
incorporated In the patent. At the expiration of
the siity days of publication the claimant shall
Die his a fli davit, snowing tnat the plat and no
tice have been ported tu a conspicuous place on
the claim during said period of publication. If
no adverse claim shall have been filed with the
register and the receiverof the proper land-ofnc
at tfie expiration or the sixty days or publication
It shall be assumed that the applicant ia entitled
to a patent, upon the payment to the proper of-
neer oi nve aouars per scr, ana mat no adverse
claim exists: and thereafter no objection from
third parties to the issuance of a natent shall be
heard, except it bo shown that the applicant hat
railed to compiv wm. mis sci.
Bsc. 7. That where an artvem- claim shall be
filed daring the period of publication, it shall be
upon oath of the person or persona making the
name, and ahall show the nature, boundaries,
and extent of such adverse claim, and all pro
ceedings, except the publication of notice and
making and filing of the affidavit thereof, ahall
be stayed until the controvert y shall have been
settled or decided by a court of competent juris
diction, or the adverse claim waived. It shall
be the dnty of the adverse claimant, within
thirty days after filing his claim, to commence
proceedings In a court of competent inrisdlction
to determine the question of the right of posses
sion, and prosecute the same with reasonable
diligence, to final judgment; and a failure so to
An ahall be a waiver of his adverse claim. After
suc.h judgment ahall have been rendered, the
party entitled to the possession of the claim, or
any portion thereof, may, without giving fur
thcr notice, file a certified copy of the Judgment
mil with the register of the land office, together
with the certificate of the Surveyor-General that
the requisite amount of labor has been expen
ded, or improvements made thereon, and the
description required in otber cases, and ahall
pay to the receiver five dollars per acre for his
claim, together with the proper fees, whereupon
the whole proceedings and the Judgment-roll
shall be certified by the register to the Commie.
sfoQflr of the General Land-Office, and a patent
shall issue ttorera for the claim, er neh por
tton thereof as the applicant shall appear, from
the decision of the court, to rightly pucsvac. If
it shall appear, from the decision of the court,
that several part.es arc entitled to separate and
ditt rent portioi oi the claim, each party may
pay fur his portion of the claim, with the prop
er fees, and file the certificate and description
by the Surveyor-General, whereupon tbe register
snail certify the proceeding and judgment-roll
to the Oommissioner of the Land Office, as in the
preceding case, and patents shall Issue to the
several parties according to their respective
rights. Proof of citizenship under this act, or
the act of July itttu 166, and July 9, IhTO, in the
case of an individual, way consist in his own
affidavit thereof, and in case of an association of
persons uuincorporad of the affidavit of their
authorized agent, made on his own knowledge or
upon information and belief , and ia -case of a
corporation organized under the laws of the
United States, or of any State or Territory of the
United State, by the filing of a certified copy of
their charter or certificate of Incorporation; and
nothing herein contained shall be construed to
prevent the alienation of the title conveyed by a
patent for a turning claim to any person what
ever. Hec. 8. That the description of vein or lode
claims, upon surveyed lauds, shall designate the
location of the claim with reference to the lines
of the public survevs, but need not conform
therewith; but where a patent shi.ll he
issued as aforesaid for claims upon unsur
veyed lands, the surveyor General in extending
tbe surveys, shall adjust the same to the boun
daries of such patented claims, according to tbe
plat or description thereof, but so as in no case
to interfere with or change the location of any
such patented claim.
Sec. tf. That sections one. two, three, four and
six. of an act entitled 'An Act granting the right
of way to ditch and canal owners overtbe public
lsnds, and for other pnrposes,' approved July
twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six,
are hereby repealed, but such repeal shall not
aftVi t existing rights. Applications for patents
for mining claims now pending may be prose
cuted to a final decision in the General Land
Office; but in such case where adverse rights
are not affected thereby, patents may issue In
pursuance of the provisions of this act; and all
patents for mining claima heretofore isaued
under the act of July twenty.sixtb, eighteen
hundred and sixty-six, shall convey all the rights
and privileges conferred by this act where no
adverse rights exit at tbe time of the passage of
Sec. 10. That the art entitled An Act to
amend an act granting tbe right of way to ditch
and canal owners over the public lands, and for
othtr purports,' approved July ninth, e in h teen
hundred and Seveuty, shall be and remain in
full force, except as to the proceedings to obtain
a patent which shall be similar to the proceed
ings prescribed by sections six and seven of this
act fur obtaining patents to vein or lode claims;
but where suid placer-claims shall be upon sur
veyed laudi. and conform to legl subdivision a,
no' further survey or plat shall be required, and
all placer mining claims hereafter located shall
conform as near as practicable with the United
States system of politic land surveys and the
recttaupular subdivisions of such surveys, and
no such location shall include more than twenty
acres for each individual claimant, but where
placer-claims cannot be conformed to legal sub
division, survey and plat shall be made as on
uusurvey d lands: Provided, That proceedings
now pending may be prosecuted to their final
determination under existing laws; but the pro
visions of this act, when not in conflict with ex
isting laws, chall apply to such cases: And pro
vided also. That where by the segregation of
mineral land in any legal subdivision a quantity
of ancultura1 laud lose than forty acres re
mains, said fractional portion of agricultural
land mav be entered by any party qualified by
law. for homestead or pre-emption purposes.
Sf.c. 11. That where the same person, associa
tion or corporation in possession of a placer,
claim, and also a vein or lode included within
the boundaries thereof, application shall le
made for a patent for the placer-claim, with the
statement tnat it includes such vein or lode, and
in such case 'subject to tbe provisions of this
act and tbe act entitled "An act to amend an act
granting the riht of way to ditch and canal
owners over the public lands, and for other pur
poses;' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred
and seventy) a patent shall issue for the placer
claim, including such vein or lode, upon the
payment of five dollars per acre for such vein or
lode claim, and twenty-five feet of surface on
oach side thereof. The remainder of the placer
claim, or any pUcer claim not embracing any
vein or lode claim, shall be paid for at the rate
of two dollars auu fifty cents per acre, together
with all costs of proceedings; and where a vein or
lode, such as described in the second section of
thih act, is known to exist within the boundaries
of s placer-claim, an application for a patent for
such plausr-clatui, which does not include an ap
plication for the vein or lode claim, shall be
construed as a conclusive declaration that the
da mnnt of the placer-claim has no right of pos
session of th vein or lode claim: but whore the
existence of a vein or lode in a placer-claim is not
known, a patent for the placer-claim shall con vy
all valuable mineral and other deposits within
, in i boundaries thereof.
Ke. 12 That the Surveyor-General of the
I United States may appoint in each land district
I containing mineral lands as many competent
i surveyors as shall apply for appointment to sur
vey mining claim. Tue expenses of the survey
of vein or lode cluiini, and the survey and sub
, div.sio i of placer claims into smaller quantities
; than one hundred and sixty acres . together with
: the cont of publication of noticep.shall be paid by
tlieappluants, and they shall be at liberty toob-
tain the same at the most reasonable rates, and
theytdiall also be at liberty to employ any United :
States Deputy Surveyor to make the survey. '
I The (Amniiinsioncr of the General Laud-U Rice :
j shall also have power to establish the maximum 1
i charges for surveys and publication of notices ;
under this set; and, iu case of excessive charges
j for publication, lie may designate any newspaper
situated, for tbs publication of milling notices
in such district, and fix the rates to be charged
by such paper; and, to the end that the Commis
sioner may be fully informed on the subject,
each applicant shall file with thi- Registers
sworn statement of all charges and fees paid by
said applicant for publication and surveys, Ut
get her with all fees and money paid tle Itesister
and Receiver of the laud-office, which statement
shall be transmitted, with tbe papers in tbe
case, to the Commissioner of the General Land.
Office. The fees uf the Register and the Re
ceiver shall be five dollnrs each for filing and
acting upon each application for patent cr ad
verse claim filed, and they shall be allowed the
amount fixed by law for reducing testi
mony to writing, when done in La ad Office, such
fees and allowances to be paid by the respective
parties; aud bo other fees shall be charged by
them iu such cases. Nothing in this act shall be
construed to enlarge or affect the rights of either
party in regard to any property in controversy at
the time of the passage of this act, or of the act
entitled "An act granting the right f way to
ditch and canal owners over the public lands,
and for other purposes," approved July 26, I860,
nor shall this act affect any right acquired under
said act; and nothing in this act shall be con
strued to repeal, impair, or In any way affect the
provisions of the act entitled 'An act granting
to A. Sutro the riitht of way and otber privileges
to aid in the construction of a draining and ex
ploring tunnel to the Comstock Lode, in the
tttate of Nevada," approved July 2ib, 180t.
Kr.a. 13. 1 hat all affidavits required to be
made under this act, or the act to which it is
amendatory, may be verified before any officer
authorized to ad ruin inter oaths within the land
district where the claims may be situated, aud
all testimony and proofs may be taken before
any such officer, and, when duly certified by the
officer taking the name, shall have the same force
nud effect as if taken before the Register snd
Receiver of the Land Office. In cases of contest
as to the mineral or agricultural character of
land, the testimony and proofs may be taken as
herein provided, on personal notice of at least
ten days to the opposing party; or if said party
cannot be found, then by publication of at least
once a week for thirty days ins newRpsper, te be
designated by the Register of the Laud Office as
published nearest the location of such lsnd; and
the Register shall require proof that such nolle
has beeu given.
Sec. 14. That where two or more veins inter
sect or cross each other, priority of title shall
govern, and such prior location shall be entitled
tu all ore or mineral contained within the space
of intersection: Provided, however, That the
subsequent location shall have the right of way
through said space of intersection for the pur.
poseses of the convenient working of the said
mine: And provided also. That where two or
mpre veins unite, the oldest or prior location
shall take the vein below the point of unien, in
cluding all the space of intersection.
Hec. 15. That where non-mineral land not
contiguous to the vein or lode is used or occu
pied by the proprietor of such vein or lode for
mining or milling purposes, such non-adjacent
surface ground may be embraced and included
In an application for a patent for auch vein or
lode, and the aame may be patented therewith,
subject to the aame preliminary requiremcnta
as to survey and notice as are applicable nnder
this act to veins or lodes: Provided, That no
location hereafter made of such non-adjacent
land shall exceed five acres, and payment for
the same must be made at the same rate as fixed
by this set for the superficies of the lode. The
owner of a quarts mill or reduction works, not
owning n mine in connection therewith, may
also receive a patent fur his mill-site, as provi
ded in thia section.
Ssc. 1G. That all acts and parts of sets incon
sistent herewith arc hereby repealed: Provided,
That nothing contained in this act shall be con
strued to impair, in any way, rights or Interests
In mining property acquired under existing laws.
Approved May 10, lZVi.
CHAP. CCK TV. An Aet to amend an Act entitled
'An Act to promote the Development of the
Mining Resource c United State.'
Be it enacted by t and House of Rep.
resentatives of the T utted States of America in
Congress assembled. That the provisions of tha
fifth section of the Act entitled "An Act to pro.
mote tbe development of the mining resources
of the United Stated," passed May tenth, eigh
teen hundred and seventy-two, which require
expenditures of labor and improvements on
claims located prior to the passags of said Act,
are hereby so amended that the time for the first
annual expenditure on claima located prior to
the passage of said Act shall be extended to the
tenth of June, eighteen hmdred and eovecty
four. Approved March 1, 173.
OFFICE OF THE
PIOCUE DAILY RECORD.
ON KI T STREET, A LROE PEARL KINO.
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KEY AD a, OOCSTT Of
Katlr mt Malta Cammenawd.
To tb following-naaifd dfendanta aad to all
cl.imanta to Iba nal nut and iniproeunnu,
when i-T-iTTi arparelelr. bereinaltor deoerlbed,
known or unknown: y.n ara hereby aotifbd
that auita havo been eoatlmencd befor. J. B.
Van Hagon, Juatlraof tha Peara, in the Jutlos'a
Court of tha Township of Hoche, Oounty of
Lincoln, and Htate of Xeda. by the HUM of
NsTada, plaintiff, against earn of the defrndanta
hereinafter named and each of the following
described tracts or ps reels of land, with the im
proTementa, when separately sasrased. and all
ownera of or claimants to the same, known or
unknown, to recover the ta and delinquency
aserascd to said defendants aireinat said properly
for the nacal year commencing on the let day of
January. A. D. 1B73. and ending tha slat day of
December, A. D. 1H73, and that a summons has
been duly issued In each case: and you are fur
ther notified that nnlena you appear and answer
tha complaint filed, on or t lure
Tha Gth daw at February, A. D. 1814.
at I s'rletk m. of tnat etay,
Judgment will be taken asainst yon and the
real aetata and ttuproremetite herwn described
fur the amounts of tax suJ'deUuqueucy aprcilled
and coete of suit.
Dearrlptloa of Property.
J A Curtis, the noaaeaeorr claim to ranch In
Pahrenagat Valley, containing 310 acres of
land, and improvement., and situated wast ef
ana adjeining tbs rancn oi r. nnguia;
and oercentaJe 133.88.
John Cocroft, the possessory claim to ICO acres
of land at Hiko and improvements; tax and
El iv.rado Mill, ten-stamp mill In El Dorado
Canyon, at the junction of tbe El Dorado Can
yon Wlta tbe Colorado river; tax ana peroenv.
am 114 .0.
J Jennings, the possessory clsim to 100 Si' res cf
lana, with Improvements, at ni i nomaa; tax
snd percentage 100. 10.
W I. Kinas. the uossettory claim to ranch In
Hiko Vslley and iruprtvenieuts eoush of
Gear's rsncb: tax and oercentaue 1&2.V1.
Pstteraon c Laaeen. the potacssury elnlm to 330
acrea of land aud itnprovementa at Overton;
tax ad percentage 08. m.
Samoel Vouug, one Mmvltiii, furnace and tram
way in Freibers District, known as tbe Morn,
ing Star Co.'a Works; tax and percentage 176.
District Attorney Lincoln County, Ney.
W. 8. TKAVI8.
Sheriff Lincoln County, Key.
Dated Ploehe, December i'J, 1873. Jsl-td
Notice of lissolution of Copartnership.
VOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i.1 copsrtnershlp business heretofore carried
on In Piocha. Krvads, by A. M Polli-ya and 8. H.
Carman, under the firm name and style of POL.
LETS a CARMAN, as Elsckamitbs. is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. N. H. Carman
will pay all debta due by the late firm, and he ia
alone autuonsea to collect uilis uue to tne nrm.
8. H. Carman will continue the business at the
old atand, when; he will be ready to tranaact
business for old customers and sll others who
A. M. POI.LEV8,
K H. CAKMAN.
Piocha, Nevada. Dec. 29. 1873. daO-SOd
BEST OF JOB PRESSES!
FAST FREICHT LINE
PALISADE, via EUREKA to
FABT IXl EIGHT,
Time About 60 Hours.
CLOW FREIGHT TIME FOtRTBKN DAYS.
O Mark goods care of Pritchard, Paliaads,
Cigars and STobarro.
Smokers & Friends of Tobacco
Pioche and Linooln County.
B I AH ABOl'T TO RETIRE FROM BL8I-
. area 1 will aall for the next at) days my ea-
un BtOCB OI
At GREATLY REDUCES RATES !
Tfalt U txwa fide M.e, amd no humbug.
StccipU ud Parnuoti of the Treuiy of
Lincoln County for lb
Threw Moatba Eaellafr 8 1st IXee., 18TS.
Balance from laat Quarter 111,201 Tt
Distributed ia tbe following Funds:
Mate t und h,'m 11
School Fund S,S7
Oenl Fund OTerdn'n; 104.48
Indigent nick Fund 1( 90
Contingent Fund. 1,340 ZS
building Fund. 44 76
Interest Fund 1,413 48
Fire Fund 101 40
Judge'e Salary Fund 431 09
Treasurer's balary Fuud U 19
Les amount OTerdrawn a Gen. -al
Receipts for the past Quarter 91
Derived from the following toureee:
Aaeeasment Roll 1873 11U J5
Aaaeasment Moll 10 per cent 11 63
Assessment Roll 1878 Pioche)40.413 10
Aaeeasment Roll 1873(County)S4.315 70
Assessment Roll 10 per cent 6M 31
Mining Tax, 3d quarter 1871. , .4.024 44
Docket Tax ,
Justice's Court Fine. ...
Apportioned aa follows:
ludiecnt Hick Fund..
Contingent Fund ....
Judge's Salary Fund.
6.34 4 61
Treasurer's Balary Fund 2,312 42
LOOK AT MY
PRICE LIST OF TOBACCOES:
A Plugs Cable Coil for $1.00
3 do. Cable Twist for 1.00
6 do. BrightTwistfor 1.00
10 do. Bright Na t for I.OO
8 do. Black Nary for 1.0O
3 do. DouLIc Thick for I.OO
8 do. Light Prroeil fer - - I.OO
1 round tf Bob W hile for I.OO
1 do. Olive? for I.OO
1 do. Yacht Club f.ir I.OO
1 do. Gold lire 75c.
And all otber kinds in proportion.
in and hmiii Tjpe,
Finest snd Latest Styles, for any kind
of ttork. audi aa
Posters, riny-bllla, ftecefpte. Blank
Uooka, Clrculare, Checke,
No Forwarding Charges by This
Line ! .
I Otllce, Corner of Piocha aad Field Sta.
T. F. LAWLER,
Agtnt st Plooha.
W. L. PRITCHAED. Proprietor.
TaTTTira l-iH ,
cxxiincATM or tiocx, ne.
Or aU aiaea, shades
and shspts, in plain black or in any er all the
colore of the rainbow.
AN INDEPENDENT PAPER,
Faltbfnl to tlaa InaMtatloaa ; of
tha CeHtry i
SHERWOOD 6c BRO.
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE,
AND BC1LDII8Q LCafBEK.
TIHBIR AND f O L B -
nave on hand
REDWOOD and SCGUn FINE,
MOtTLDINOS, Etc., Etc.
Also, DOORS and WINDOWS, and have con
stantly on hand a large supply, which will be
SOI lll&ABUilAxtLal JtAlaiH. ap33 tf
FRANK WIIULEK & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
In General Hardware,
all the Telegraph Hews,
Ceneral News Summary,
A MIN mo REVIEW
rurntahlag an account of tha condition at the
mines la the BeTeral districts: eeadltloa ef the
works; lata developmental aasount at on for
tha week; yield of ara worked; propoaed chang
Siena ether aaattene Interest to ownere and
the general aablle .
nftx ooone arnxaoooe
mux eooi AIJLA1A JTUUU.i9 tuu. ooooe
liming Goods Mining Goods
Mining Oood.U Til laid nnnrH!ulnln8 Oooda
Mining OoodallnlflU UUUDOMIutug Oooda
aiming uooaa mining uooaa
Iron and stool.
Stoves of all Kinds,
Eta BtO BSto B2to.
A Supply of
L Tin ware Tin were
On hand; slao Tint Wark Bveewterl prompt-
' (Mwaaiu. ratea.
upper slain street, Fioohs, KeTtda.
PEOPLE OP PIOCHE.
QUILLEN & DONAHOE,
MEADOW Y ALLEY STREET,
;st and Best Bread
L01VKS, POUNDS EACH, FOR $1.00.
A Liberal Discount to the
TI PuititefttNt m PUeabs) i
All periont hsTlDs claim, astlntt mt are
requested to band the in In, and all person in
debtad to me are notified to coins forward and
settle, or their accounts will be nut Into the
UeMioa oi so uuiosr.
Store to Let and Fixtures
Mala at., eppoalte Moadow Valley.
nnK, Lips aud cms,
Main Strert, l'lothe.
rpBE RETAIL DEPARTMENT COMPRISING
X a Liquor and Billiard Baleen, with four
aew ana ... ,
Has born fitted up regardless of axprnae, and
challenges coniperieou with any Saloon in the
MORE EXTENSIVE !
JOHN C. LYNCH.
Wholesale and Betail Liquor Merchant,
Corner Mais and Lacour streets,
AIM Proprietor of the Lonf-brtnb,l.Ld
FASHION SALOON & CLUB BOOMS,
WAKES PLEASURE IX INK1RMINO OLD
-a. pairens sua new ones that he will continue,
aa haretafora to keep
THE FINEST WINES.
IN THIS MARKET.
Particular attention will hereafter he given
The Wholesale Trade.
All dealrlng to stock Ban, In tha cltr or ont
eule cam pa, are Inrlusd to call and sample aooda
And learn prices
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
mi club mil
HAS OPENKD CLUB ROOMS OYER HAL.
PIN'S Hardware Htore. Main street sod
nas cei-awted t bets with hi ml some Bar.
Pet vioi visiting tbe PALACE ean rely on the
beet ef accommodations, and whea otber
amuMmenu ara required it will not be necessa.
ry to go elsewhere. ot7-tf
During tbe past Quarter the following
inuifm were made:
From tbe General to the Interest
Fund, as ner Statute 1873 1
From tlie Contingent to the General
ruoa, dj oraor oi tne county uom-niiSKlnners
From tbe Oenersl to the Bute Fund,
to correct apportionment
Payments durtng tbe Quarter
rmm ine loiiowing f undi.
Htste Fund ,
Indigent Sick Fund
Judge's Ssvlsry Fund ,
Treasurer's Salary Fund ..
Newark Iflnr ati."
poatt. the name. oT'1 m
holders. aa follow.: MPtie
ear IwO. ftf W. .
Allklr. 8 H Truee... ''- An,,.
llexrlee Tk f If A. '
Bley DT TruaUfc. .V1 ISO
Brown B Truatee.
urown k iTUatee. ......
Brown R Tm.tee ,'
BaldridKe M Trustee..."
Braley A M Truatee
Cavallier J P Truatte...,
Charlee H A Trustee..
Cope O W Trustee. ...
Cope O W Truatee....;'
Cahill k Co E, Trustees
Cehlll k Co K. Trusteea.
lAoia a km c, 'lYuateea
Cahill k Co E. TrnatM.'
Cahill k Co E, Trustees.. " j;7
Coughlin John I, Trustee.. ltliit
rau'iau w u, irnatee H)S im
CrsndsllWG, Trustee Sti 'S
Crand.il W O, Trustee .ilA J?
uranoau w o, Truatee .aim j
Crandall WO, Trustee tm In.,
Craudsll W O, Trustee 5321 M
Crsndsll W O, Truatee
Crsndsll W o, Tmstee ssi?
Crandall WO, Truatee 26M !S
Crandall WO. Trustee.. .2m Z
Crandall W O, Trustee J559 an
Crandall WO. Truetee......is7i an
Crandall WO, Trustee mi lln
Crandall WO. Truatee mA
Crandall W O, Truatee S
Crandall W O, Trustee aesT m
Crandall W O.Trnetee 2m
Crandall W O, Trustee S7J8 m
Crandall W O, Trustee 2no to
Crsndsll W O. Trustee al jo
vneuj r w, irustee. ...... .liana
Dixon R 8, Trustee 278
Dixon R S. Tmstee 272
Duncan W L. Truatee 28W
Denny A Btevenaun Trustee S7'.is
Denny k Stevenson Trustees2829
Fisher E, Trustee 2122
Fisher E, Trustee .2124
Fisher E, Trustee 2129 Suu
Fisher E, Trustee 2130 200
FiKher E, Trustee 21f8 200
Fisher E.Trustee 2218 10
MAIH STREET, PIOCHE,
8CBT78TRICH A XLEINE PROPRIETORS
IS rCRNTSHINO A SCPERIOR ARTICLE OF
18" Beer, la quantltlea to suit, at the low.
est rates. Adjoining camps supplied on short
a", a. OA.mmxo'v,
KEEP THI BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIOAM that ara .Wotain theCrtted
Armory Hall Saloon,
Parmarle- kaowa aa
"yyIIJ- BJ HEREATTER COKDrCTED BT
K. B AJVLEr, ProprUaor.
andhClQ'liTlir,'"1' "LI"1"8- "QCOBJS
ana tlOARS will always be found at tha Bar
, .22.0.14 OK
. .9.6113 83
.. 900 00
fash Balance 30th Sept., 1873 (15,201 74
neceipts during the past quarter 91,621 86
Total 8106.823 fl
Paymente during tha paat Quarter 77,009 01
Balance on hand Dee 31, 1873 829,763 68
Distributed in the following Funds:
Stale Fund 83.926 88
School Fund 6.612 86
Oenersl Fund 1,610 07
Indigent Sick Fund 207 39
Contingent Fund 9.16 91
Building Fund 146 31
Interent Fund 16,044 16
Fire Fund 134 64
Judge's Balary Fund SB6 29
Treasurer's Sslary Fund 1.903 21
Ntatemeat af Llabllltlea.
Lieble to be Funded , .
Leas Cash in the Treasury.
The above amount does not iuclude the ac
erued interest on the Funded Debt or Building
W. H HENDERSON, Co. Auditor.
JOHN KUKbEK. Id. Treasurer.
Pioche, Lincoln County, Key., January 5, 1874.
Dr. Paul MsBrenan
1IBU0 LECTURES ON ALL CHRONIC
1 Disease, and his Private Lecturra to Oeutle.
Uien on Manhood, Its Lops and Restoration,'
and on " The Phvsiolouv of Man." and the va.
rions diseaaea of tha Benito-urinary organa, have
made him master of thia most important sub
ject of the profession.
Thousands of broken-down constitutions can
be rsised to the full stsndard among men, men
tally and physically, by timely calling upon
He Is also thoroughly familiar with all tha
uiaeaaeaana weaxnesaes to which woman, with
her delicate aud fine oresnlxatinn. Is anlilect.
and tha beat and shortest method of treating the
Consultation at tha office free.
Correspondence promptly answered, and a list
of printed questions sent to any part of tha
United States on application.
Private circular will bo aent containing many
things worth knowing.
Everything with the Doctor strictly coufl-
Office IDT Montgomery atreet, San
Hours front t to 12 m.; 2 to 5. and from to 7 H
p- m. ruatomce Box, 2V1. ja8-tf
Notice of Dissolution,
HAVINO SOLD MT ENTIRE INTEREST
in connection with tha " Kan Franeiaco
Bn wery," In Pioche, to John Cartwright, the
co-partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned and Charles Itchr iu conducting
said brewery Is this day dissolved . and Measrs.
Bear and Bisslkumer will hereafter carry on
tha aame at the old stand on Pauaca Flat, col-
lect an I) 14 is ana pay all dues or the late firm.
I. H. BISHIKUMF.R.
Piorhe, Kev., Dec. 8, 1873. jlS-ml
Notice of Dissolution.
fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 co psrtuership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, in conducting the feed and
livery uusinees.at tha Pioneer Stable, In Pioche,
Nevada, has been this day dissolved by mutual
otusent. r. H. Bisaikumer will conduct the
aame business in the future on his own account,
pay all lulla due by the late firm, and oullect sll
u or owing w ia. same.
t E- H. BlaslKl :MEB.
Piocha, Nav Dec. 8, 1873. JlS-lm
Chang of Proprietors.
HAVINO DISPOSED OP THE BTOCE ANI
GOOD WILL of the Pioneer t tables to
Mr. Lehman, I cordially recommend him to sll
, . B. H. BIMIKUMER.
Ptoche, Nev., Jan. 8, 1874.
TT A VINO BECOME THE PROPRIETOR OF
-1 1 " Pioneer stables," on Meadow Valley
--, ,u . nr. , piTipoee in seep tne aame In
a manner to suit the times, and to Insure success
Firet claaa turnouts of every description
Buggies snd Buggy tesma nnsnrpsasrd this side
of Han Franciaco. First clan Saddle Hornet.
Stock kept on most reasonable terms, and
satisfaction guaranteed. Only give me a trial.
a. r. t-r.UHA.1.
that he has commenced giving lessons ia
Dancing at Brown's Hall.
All the latest and moat faahlonabla decree
tau-ht, and Mr. B. will guarantee to make each
pupil an accompliehed ball-room dancer after
Classes for Gentlemen (new beginners) from
r to 8 o clock Tuesday and Friday evenings.
Regular claaaet from 8 to 10 aame ikhiI...
Claasaa for Ladies and Children front 3 to
- - ami enaaye.
For further particulars, apply at the hall.
as,-tf L. BACH.
fTVHAT SPLENDID COTTAQB AND LOT,
A- oefng tha lata residence of Hon. Mike
-L-..u.a,j, vugemer witn tna furniture therein,
aitnatad on TJnner M.i i ,
Klna office. For further particulars, apply
NO PERSON OR PERSONS ARE AUTHOR
laea to acatraet debta oa b acaonnt. nor
eon timet debta aa ta aceount, nor
ill I pay nay debt so contracted
r isuer r., 1 ruatea 22:16 yo
Fisher E, Trustee 2319 80
Fisher E. Truatee 2820 20
r isuer k. Trustee 23e8 60
Fisher E, Truatee 23H3 loo
Fisher E, Trustee 2477 60
FlMher E, Trustee 2483 loo
Fisher E, trustee 2537 so
Fisher E, Trustee 2.165 loo
Flatter E, Trustee 25H3 68
Fisher K, trustee 2000 200
Fisher E, Trustee 2Mfl 200
Fisher E, Trustee 2C53 80
r laher k Truatee 2f54
FlHher E. trustee 2788
Giambonl N 653
Gordon C P. Trustee .25ti3
O lazier A Co I, Truateea....2279
Glazier A Co I, Trusteea. .. .2CS5
Hubbssh Jos 309
Holmes A Co A, Trusteea . . .2370
Helniea A Co A, Trusteea ...2480
Holmea A Co A, Trusteea . , .2579
Holmes A Co A, Trusteea .. .2637
Holmea A Co A, Trusteea . ..2682
Higgins W L, Trustee 2456
Hussty J L, Truatee 2770
Junea Frank, Trustee 1587
Eusel John 4C5
Keith W H 2685
Larure L T Trustee 2016
Lasure L T Trustee 21100
Lazure L T Trustee 2450
Lezure L T Trustee 25C8
Lazure L T Tmstee 2812
Latham A Co J. H, Trustees 1840
Lovrland L F, Tiustee 2359
Manns E J de St a, Truatee.. 604
Marina E J de Sta, Trustee.. 605
McDonald u 4, Trustee 1476
Minear A P Iff 5
McHame A Co Jamea, Truet.24i 5
. 2414 100
Noble H H, Trustee 479
Noble H H. Trustee 1742
Noble H H, Trustee 2136
Noble H H, Trustee 2185
Noble H H, Trustee 22.12
Noble H II, Trustee..
Noble H H, Trustee..
Noble H H. Trustee 2460 110
Noble H H, Trustee 24C2 50
Noble H H, Trustee 2463 26
Noble H H, Trustee 2507 60
Noble H H, Trustee 25)19 60
Noble H H, Trustee JS24 50
Noble H H, trustee 2.175 60
Noble H H, Trustee 2088 lo
Noble H H. Trustee 2589 60
Noble H H, Trustee 2691 111)
Noble H H, Truatee 2703 60
Noble H H, Truatee 2754 50
Noble H H, Trustee , .2755 60
Nobis H H, Trustee 2756 100
Noble H H, Truatee 9816 60
Norwood W E, Truatee 154 2 60
Norwood W E.Trustee 2133 60
Norwood W E, Trustee 2286 100
Norwood W E.Trustee 23o7 60
Norwood W E.Trustee 23118 60
Norwood W E, Trustee 21197 100
Norwood W E.Trustee 2399 100
Norwood W E.Trustee 2700 60
Norwood W E, Trustee 2701 60
rvckbem F. L, Trustee 258 100
Parker A Fry, Trustees 2118 lie
Parker A Fry, Trustees 2118 1H0
PowningA Howard, Truatett2573 10
Richardson E A, Trustee.... 620 2i
Richardson E A, Truatee. ... 773 60
Richardson K A, Trustee. ... 797 10
Itlclianlson E A, Trustee 13KJ 5.)
Klrhsn!son E A, Trustee.... 11172 10
ltlchsrdson E A, Trustee... .1673 10
Itlchsrilson E A, Trustee. ...1674 10
Richsnlson E A, Trustee. . . . 1676 10
ltlchsrdson E A, Trustee. . . .1707 60
ltlchsrdson E A, tmstee 1711 100
Richardson fi A, trustee 1728 5
Richardson E A, trustee 1751 100
Richsnlson E A, trustee. .. .1793 . 100
Richardson E A, trustee.,.. 1807 15
Richsrdson E A, truKtee. ...18:19 60
ltlchardsoaEA, trustee.... 2019 200
Richardson K A, trustee. ...20.11 50
Richardson E A, trustee. ...2000 20
RlrhardsonEA, trustee. ...S24I 6
Richardson E A, trustee . . . .23-6 VV
Richsrdson E A, trustee 2616 HO
Richsrdson E A, trustee 2611 100
Richardson E A, trustee 2586 110
Richardaon E A. Truatee. ...2504 25
Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .3047 100
Richardaon E A, Truatee. . . .21196 60
Richardson I A. Truatee. . . .27112 60
Richardson E A, Trustee. ...274 6
Richardson K A, Trustee. . . .2771 40
Richardaon E A, Trustee. . . 2803 10
Bichsrdsnn E A. Trustee. ...2ho9 40
Russell J B, Trustee 2077 40
Bchmltt M, Trustee 608 10
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2111 30
Bchmiedcl) Hy, Trustee 2427 10
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2600 to
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2821 20
Schmieden Hy. Trustee 223 I
Schmitt C A, Trustee 1740 25
Bchmltt O A, Trustee 1813 60
Sleeper Geo, Trustee 10-15 60
Header John H, Trustee 2522 100
Turubull A Co W, Trustees. 2491 20
Tranor A Knox, Trustees. ..1789 96
Tsvlor Wm 8, Trustee 2(S 60
Taj lor Wm S, Trustee 3684 60
UhlerJ Clem, Truatee Ml 100
I bier J Clem, Truatee.bal.. W4
I liter J Clem, Trustee 1211
I'hler J Clem, Trustee 1813 96
Vhler J Clem. Trustee 2.W0 fo
Ulmont J N. Trustee 2629 50
Vtmont J N, Trustee 2718
Woods A Freeborn, Trust.. .1283
Wilson William 204
Wsll 1 8. Trustee 1675 0
Winter P. Trustee 686 !0
White U H, Trustee 1784 1
White U H, Trustee 2727 50
White r H. Truatee 2728 10
Wsde A P, Trustee., 28 '
Wolf F, Trustee 11
Wolf F, Trustee '13
Wright W H, Trustee 205J 60
xoung A A, Truatee urns . ' f
And In accordance wlta law sen .--- .
tha Board of Trusteea, made on ana 1 fast oaj
December, 1873, eo many aaarea ef esca i
eel of aiild stock aa may he necessary
sold at public aoctlen at the salesroom 1" '
Mlddleton A Sot, No. 810 IMontjtr.ery'
San Francisco, California, on "J!
tha Fourth day af February, tTtaf
the hour of twelve o'clock a. of said dayj" ' PJ
said delinquent assessment tbawca. JM""
with costs of advertising snd "JTJIZL,,
DA ID T BAGLEY, Secrrtsry.
Office: Room No. 1. No. 401 Callforni. J
flan Franelaoo. California, ' 1 -
Office Portland BIIW
arnica rwuaw . ----- w- m
Company. Location 0 Pnrl,P,1 of
bua.neaa.8an Fraxicleco. tuliornla: locstiia
worka, Ely Mining District, Uncoln eouw
NcvadaNotictl. hereby given thstrt
ing of the Bosrd of Dlrectors.be li I Mr "
of January. 1874, an asaeaament (NoJI ltM
6ve cents per share waa levied "J JLgtiVtly
stock of the corporation naj'W' "
in Unlteo 8Uteagold coin, to ibt fV$v
the office of the Company, Ne. 4J
atreet. Baa rnclaro, Californto sjaall
Any etoea upon wni -- T, F,ijniarT.
remain unpaid M the lth day .125 for
1874, Will be delinquent. "Zeat 1'
ale at public auction, and unless P" B.,y
made neiora, wtu o. "" v-.nt astf
of March, 1874, to PT th
B,.n. bwethar with coata of advertun
ment. together with coata
axpenaes of aale. -'
By order of tb. "gf;ohhi, SecreUr)
Offlcat No. 438 California atreet, SM
CBFCK NO. EfB?hl n
for 860, on Wells. Fargo k Co.. lc,ui
Qulllea As Donahue. All Ydm"--negotlstlnf
for tha tame. M psrBW'JJii
topped. , ,.i
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