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MINING LAW. Uwi f Congr Governing1 tbts Loi-a Um, Holding and Working of Mining fUlmi I'poa ttit Pvbllr Domain. BVlow Till b fuand u ab tract of tht Mining Lewi of th t' a ite4 8ut. ft paued by Can (rtM uul tpprond Mij 10. 1872. TheM r tb Uat, and kenoa th only mining Uwi of general Ureat and i roe, with the ainglt exemption of a portion of Mctlon 5, la reference to the reloca tioa of alaima and mine, located prior to the puaaga of tha gr-ntral mining Uw. The Art amending tha aactlon alluded to will alao be found, following tha general law modifying aro Uot. 5, ao that a claim located prior to May 10, 117), la not aatyect to relocation until June 10, 1T4. AN ACT to promote the development of the Mining resources of the I'nitai States' be it enacted by tha bemte and House of Rep resentative of the United State of America in CoDgreaa aaaembled. That all valuable mineral depoalta In lands belonging to the United Stat, both aurreyed and unsurveyeU, are hereby de clared to be free and oin to exploration and purchase, and the land in which they are found to occupation and purchase by citizen of the United Statt-i aud those who have declared there intention to be come uch, under regulation prescribed by law, end according to the Itx-al cut.toni.1 or rule of miners, in the seTfral mining districts, ao far as the same are applicable and not inconsistent With the laws of the United Htatt-s. Bsc. 3. That mining claim upon veins or lode of quarts or oibt-r rwk in plate bearing gold, ailver. cinnabar, lead, tin, copper, or othir valuable deposits heretofore located, ahall be governed as to lencth along the vein or lode by the ctutonis, regulations, and laws in force st thedaeof their location. A mining claim located after the passage of this art, whither located by on or more persons, may equal, but sha.. not exceed one thousand five hundred IVft in lentfili along the vein or lotle; but no location of a min ing claim shall be made until the discovery of the vein or lode within the limit of the claim located. No claim shall extend more than three hundred feet on eacU side of the middle of the vein at the surface, nor shall any claim be lim ited by any mining regulation to leas than twenty-five feet on each Hide of thw middle of the vein at the surface, except where adverw rights exist ing at the passage of this act shall render such limitation necessary. The end-hues if each claim shall be parallel to each other. Bsc. 3. That the locators of all mining loca tions heretofore made, or which shall hereafter be made, on any mineral Tern, lode, or ledge, sit uated on the public domain, their he in and as signs, where no adverse claim exists at the pa. aus of this act. so lonf as th v comply with tlie laws of the United Mates, and the State, Tcrri- I tonal and local rryulutKms not in run flic t with ( said laws of the United Stated governing their possessory title, shall have the exclusive right of possensiott aud enjoyment of all the surface in- ' eluded within the lines of thfir locations and nf all veins, lodus, and ledges throughout the entire depth, the top or ajiex of which lie incide of such surface-lines extended Uownward vertical ly, although such veins, lodes or ledges may so far depart from a perpendicular in their course downward as to extend out Hide the vertical side lines of said suriace locations: Provided, that their right of possession to such outside parts of such veins or ledges shall be confined to such portions thereof sn lie between vertical planes drawn downward as aforesaid, through the end line of their locations, ao continued in their own direction that 6uch planes will intersect such exterior parts of said veins or ledges: And provided further, that nothing in thin section shall authorize the locator or possessor of a vein or lode which extends in its downward course beyond the vertical lines of his claim to enter upon the surface of a cl&ini owned or possessed by another. Sec. 4. That whre a tunnel Is run for the development of a vein or lode, or for the discov ery of mines, the owners of such tunnel shall have the right of poHsessiou of all veins or lodes within three thousand feet from the face of such tunnel on the line thereof, not previously known to exist, discovered in ouch tunnel, to the same extent as if discovered from the surface: and locations on the line of such tunnel of veins or lodes not appearing on the surface, made by other parties after the commencement of the tuunel, and while the same is being prosecuted with reasonable diligence, shall tm invalid: but failure to prosecute the work on the tunnel for six months shall be considered an an abandon ment of the right to all undiscovered veins on the line of said tunnel. SEC. 5. Th tt the miners of each mining dis trict may make rules and regulations not in con- I fiict with the laws of tit United States, or with the laws of the State or Territory in which the i district is situated, governing the location, man- ' ner of recording, amount of work necessary to i hold possession of a mining claim, subject to the following requirements: Location must be j distinctly marked on the ground so that its : boundaries can be readily traced. All records of I mining claims hereafter made Khali contain the name or names of the locators, d-ite of the loca tion, and such a description of the claim or claims located by re fere ne nee to some natural object or permanent monument ntt will identify the claim. On each claim located after the pas sage of this set, and until a paieut shall have been issued therefor, no less than one hundred dollars worth of labor shall he performed or im provements made during each year. On all claims located prior to the passage of this act, ten dollars' Worth of labor shall be performed or improvements made ach year for carta one hundred feet in length along the vein until a patent shall have been issued therefor: but where such claims are held In common, such expenditure may be made upon any one claim; and upon a failure to comply with these conditions, the claim or mins upon which auch failure occurred shall le open to re-location in the same manner aa if no loca tion of the same had ever been made: Provided, That the original locators, their heirs, assigns, or legal representative , have not re sumed work upun the claim after such failure and before such location. Upon the failure of any one of several co-owners to contribute hia portion of the expenditures required by this act. the co-owners who have performed the labor or made tue improvements may, at tne expiration of the year, give auch delinquent co-owner per- sonal notice In writing or notice by publication in tie newspaper punusiiea nearest tne claim, for at least once a week for ninety days, and if at the expiration of ninety days after such notice in writing or by publication such delinquent should fsil or refuse to contribute his proportion to comply with this act, hia interest in the claim shall become the property of his co-owners who nave niaue tne requtren expentutnres. Sue. 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 this act, h:viugclauned and located a piece of laud for snch purposes, who has, or havs. complied Willi tne terms of tins act. may Hie in the proper land-office an application for a patent, under oatn, snowing sum compliance, together with a plat aud field-notes of the claim or claims in common, mauo uy or under tne iii rection of the United Mutes Surveyor General, showing accurately the boundaries of the claim orclaims, which shall be distinctly marked by monuments on the ground, nud shall post a copy or sum ptat, togetnur witu a notice or such application for a patent, in 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 tile an affidavit of at least two persons that such notice has been duly posted as aforesaid, and shall tile 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, field-notes, no tices and affidavits, shall publish a notice that such application has been made, for the period of sixty days, in a newspaper to be by him desig nated aa published nearuttt to snid claim; and he shall alao post such notice in hia office for the same period. The claim at the time of filing this application, or at any time thereafter, with in the sixty days of publication, shall file with the register a certificate of the United States Burvevor (ieneral that five hundred dollars worth of labor has been expended or improve ments niaae upon me ciaim oy nimseii or gran tors; that the plat ii correct, with such further description by such reference to natural object or permanent monuments an shall identify the claim, and furalsh an accurate description, to be Incorporated in the patent. At the expiration of the aixty days of publication the claimant shall file hia affidavit, showing that the plat and no. tics have been posted in a conspicuous place on the claim daring said period of publication. If no adverse claim sun have been Sled with the register and the receiver of the proper land-offioe at the expiration at the sixty days of publication It ahall be aassmed that the applicant is entitled to a patent, upon tne payment to the proper of. fleer of five dollars per acre, and that no adverse Claim exists; ana thereafter no objection from third parties to the issuance of a patent shall be heard, except It be ahown that the applicant has railea to comply wua ims act. 8 kg. 7. That where an adverse claim shall be filed during the period of publication, it shall be npon oath of tha person or persona making the aims, and shall show the nature, boundaries, and extent of such adverse claim, aud all pro. ceedings, except the publication of notice and making and filing of the affidavit thereof, shall be etayed until ths controversy shall have been settled or decided by a oourt of competent juris diction, or the adverse claim waived. It shall be the duty of the adverse claimant, within thirty days after filing his claim, to commence proceedings In a oourt of competent jurisdiction to determine the question of ths right of posem aion, and prosecute the tame with reasonable diligence, to final jnoffment; ana a laiiureso to do ahall be a waiver nf bis adverse claim. After ach judgment shall have been rendered, the party entitled to the possession nf the claim, or any portion thereof, may, without giving fur ther n itice, file a certified copy of the Judgment roll with the register of the land office, together with the certificate of the Srtrveynr-Oeneral that the requisite amount of labor has been expen ded, or improvements made thereon, and the description required in other canes, end shall pay to the receiver five dollars per aere for hia claim, together with the proper fees, whereupon the whole proceedings and the Judgment-roll shall be sertlned by the register to the Com mis sip ner of ths General Land-Ones, and a patent ahall Issue there for the elaisa, or even paw. tion thereof as the applicant shall appear, from the deoiMon of the court, to rightly poaaeas. If It shall appear, from the decision of the court, that Hemral parlies art, entitled to separate and difivrt-nt portioss of the claim, each party may pay for his portion of the claim, with the prop er fea, snd file the certificate and description by the Surveyor-General, whercsapon the register shall certify the proceedings and judgment-roll to the Commissioner of ths Land Office, aa in the preceding case, and patents ahall issue to the several parties according to their respective rights, Proof of citizenship under this act, or the act or July 2ith It, and July , 1870, in the rase of an individual, may consist In bis own affidavit thereof, and in case el aa association of person unincorporated of the affidavit of their authorized agent, meAeon his own knowledge or npon information and belief, and in case ef a corporation organized under the laws of the United Kutea, or of any Stats or Territory ef the United Sutee, by the filing of a certified copy ef their charter or certificate of incorporation; and nothing herein contained shall be construed te prevent the alienation of the title conveyed by a patent for a miming claim to any person what ever. Bsc. That the description of vela or lode claims, upon surveyed lands, ahall designate the location of the claim with reference to the lines of the public survey, but ncwd not conform therewith; but where a patent ahall be issued as aforesaid for claims upon unsur veyed lands, the surveyor General in extending the surveys, ahall adjust the aame to the boun daries of auch patented clsima, according to the plat or description thereof, but so aa in no case to interfere with or change the location of any such patented claim. Sec. 0. That section one, two, three, four and six, of an act entitled 'An Act granting the right of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other purposea,' approved July twenty-snth, eighteen hundred and aixty-aix, are hereby repealed, but auch repeal shall not affect existing rights. Applications for patents for mining claims now pending may be prose cuted to a final decision in tha General Land Office: but in such esses where adverse rights are not affected thereby, patents may issue in pursuance of the provisions of this act; and all pa ten u for mining cl: ma heretofore issued under the act of July twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred atid sixty-six, shall convey all the rights and privileges conferred by this act where no adverse rights exist at the time of the passage of this act. hue. 10. That the set entitled 'An Act to amend an act granting the right of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other purposes,' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred and seventy, 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 for obtaining patents to vein or lode claims; but where said placer-claims shall be upon sur veyed lauds, and conform to legal subdivisions, uo further survey or plat shall be required, snd all placer mining claims hereafter located shall conform as near as practicable with the United Htatts system of public land surveys and the rectangular 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 Bhall be made as on unsiurveyi 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, shall apply to such cases: And pro vided also, That where by the segregation of mineral laud in any legal subdivision a quantity of agricultural laud less than forty acre re mains, said fractional portion ef agricultural land may be entered by any party qualified by law, for homestead or pre-emption purposes. Sic. 11, That where the same person, associa tion or corporation in possession of a placer, claim, and also a vein or lode incladed withla the boundaries thereof, application shall be made for s patent for the placer-claim, with the statement t hat it includes such vein or lode, and in such case (subject te ths provisions of this act and the act entitled "An act to amend an act granting the right of way to ditch and canal ewners over the public lands, and for other pur poses; ' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred and seventy) a patent shall issue for ths placer claim, Including such vein er lode, upoa the payment of five dollars per acre for auch vein or lode claim, and twenty-five feet of surface on each aide thereof. The remainder of the placer claim, or any placer claim not embracing any vein or lode claim, shall be paid for at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per acre, together with all costs of proceedings; and where a vein or lode, such as described in the second section of this act, is known to exist within the boundariea of a placer-claim, an application for a patent for such placer-claim, which does not include an ap plication for ths vein or lode claim, shall be construed as a conclusive declaration that the cla in ant of the placer-claim has no right of pos session of the vein or lode claim; but where the existence of a vein or lode in a placer-claim is not kunwn, s patent for the placer-claim shall convey all valuable mineral and other deposits within th' boundaries t Hereof. Hkc. Vi That the Surveyor-General of the United Mtatss may appoint in each land district containing mineral lauds as many competent surveyors aa shall apply for appointment to sur vey mining claim. The expenses of the survey of vein or lode claims, and the survey and sub divikio i of placer claims into smaller quantities than one hundred and sixty acres, together with the cost of publication of notices.shsll be paid by thespplirsnts, ami they shall be at liberty to ob tain the same at the most reasonable rates, and they shall also be at lilierty to employ any United States Deputy Surveyor to make the survey. The Commissioner of the General Land-Office shall also have power to establish ths maximum charges for surveys and publication of notices under this act: and, in case of excessive charges for publication, he may designate any newspaper published in a land district where mine ars situated, for ths publication of mining notices in auch district, and fix ths rates to be charged by such paper; aud, to the end that the Commis sioner may be fully informed on the subject, each applicant shall file with the Register a sworn hUtemeiit of all charges and fees paid by said applicant for publication and surveys, to gether with all fees aud money psid theKeaister and Receiver of the laud-office, which atatement Bhall be transmitted, with the papers in the case, to ths Commissioner of the General Land Office. The fees of the Register and the Re ceiver shall bs five dollars each for filing and acting upon each application for patent er ad verse claim filed, and they ahall be allowed the amount fixed by law for reducing testi mony to writing, when dons in Land Office, such fees and allowance to be paid by the respective parties; aud no other fees shall be charged by them in such case. Nothing in this act shall bs construed to enlarge or affect the rights of either party in regard to any property in controversy at the time ot the passags of this act, or of the act entitled "An act granting the right ef way to ditch and canal owners over the publi lands, and for other purposes," approved July 36, 186 , nor shall this act affect any rightacquired under said act; and nothing in this act ahall be con strued to repeal, impair, or in any way affect the provision of the act entitled "An act granting to A. Hutro the right of way and other privilege to aid in the construction of a draining and ex ploring tunnel to the Corns tock Lode, in th mate of Nevada," approved July sloth, 1860, Src. i:t. That all affidavits required to be made under this act, or th act to which it Is amendatory, may be verified before any officer authorized to administer oaths within th 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 same, shall have the aame force mid e fleet as if taken before the Register and Receiver of the Land Office. In cases of contest as to the mineral or agricultural character of lntid, 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 in a newspaper, te be designated by the Register of the Laud Office as published nearest the location of such land; and the Register shall require proof that sucti notice has been given. Hkc. 14. That where two or more vein Inter, sect or cross each ether, priority of title ahall govern, and such prior locatiou shall be entitled to all ore or mineral contained within the space of intersection: Provided, however, That th subsequent location shall have the right of way through said space of intersection for ths pur poseses of the convenient working of ths said mine: And provided also, That where two or more veins unite, the oldest or prior location shall take the vein below the point of unlsn, in cluding all the space of intersection. Sec. IS. Thst wher non-mineral land not contiguous to the Tein or lode ia 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 incladed in an application for a patent for such vein or lode, and the same may be patented therewith, subject to tbs same preliminary requirements aa to survey and notice as are applicable under this act to veins or lodes: Provided, That no location hereafter mad of such non-adjacent land ahall exceed flv acres, and payment for the aame must be made at the asms rate a fixed by this act for th superficies of the lode. Tbs owner of a quarts mill or reduction works, not owning a mine In connection therewith, msy also receive a patent for hia mill-ait, as provi ded In this section. 8ro. 16. Thst all act and parts of acts incon sistent herewith are hereby repealed : Provided, Thst nothing contained In thi act ahall bs con strued to impair, in any way, right or interest in mining property acquired under listing laws. Approved May 10, 1873. CHAP.OCXIT.An Aot to amend an Act entitled 'An Act to promote ths Development of ths Mining Resources o United states Be It enacted by t and Houae of Rep resentative of th t 'sited State nf America fn Congress assembled, rhat the provision of tha fifth section of the Act entitled "An Act to pro. mote the development of the mining resource of the t'nited Stated," passed Hay tenth, eigh teen hundred snd seventy-two, which requires expenditures of labor and improvements on clsim located prior to the passage of aaid Act, are hereby an amended that the time for the first annual expenditure on claima located prior to the passage of mid Act shall be extended to tha tenth of June, eighteen h .mired and seventy four. Approved March 1, 1873. grinting 0fl Ire . LOST I .If ELY STREET. A LARGE PEARL RING. The finder will be BUltBbly ..--. by iMYlnittittlMOflM of tba Pioh Duly l ard, M MUhwi w Mm, Mala it. ttHm 0" OFFIOH OF THE PIOCUE DAILY RECORD. STEAM POWER FREES EMPLOYED. Ttn wtUbUttimeut U .upyll.il with larg Mortmvnt ef Hwwt Kyle of Type, Borders, Assorted Stationery .asd au nu, MODERN MACHINERY BWLOTBO U THS EXECUTION BOOS AND JOB PEINIIN5 BE8T OF JOB PRESSES! Plain ni Ornamental Type, FliMit ud Latptt BtylM. for uiy Wud of Work, mh u Poaton, Plmr-bUli, IUmIbU, Blank Book, Circulars, Chocks, Not, Tags, eunricATXi or dtoci, itc. o-a.:r.hs Of all lite., abadaa and abaim. In plain black or In any or all th aoluraof tha rainbow. Delinquent Taxes. STATE Or KEVADi, OorSTT OF LIS OULN. Nolle of Haifa Coanmoaced. To lb fUowin-naniii dVfrndanta and to all laimaala to tba real wutr and iruproviueuta. when a.iiTiril araru!r. amtllrfu described, anowH or unknowu: You ara heKby soCin. d that auita bar Uhi commenced beforoJ.B. Van Hagrn. Juatlro of the Peaoe. In the Jutiot a Oourt of th Townahin of Piocha. County of Lincoln, and Btat of Xerarta. by Iba ritate of Katrada. plaintiff, again aarh of tha drfendanu hereinafter named and aat-n of th following described trarla or parte la of land. Ub the tni proTemanta, wbaa aenarately aaaeaaed. and all ownara of or clsimanta to the aame. knows or unknown, to reouaar lb tax and delinquency aaaeaaed to aaid d'fandantaaeainat aaid properly for tba saral year eonuuenrin- on toa lal day of January, A. D. 1073. and ending tha Slat day of Dacoabar, A. D. lifla, aud that a anmmona has been duly loaned is each raae: and you ara fur ther notified that uriesa yon appear and auawar th complaint filed, on or before Th atk uy of February, A. D. 8t4, at I o'clock na. of that alar. Judgment will be taken agalnat yos and tha real aetata and Improvement, herein described for tha amonnta of tax and delinquency apeclfied snd ooasi of auit. Dassrlptloa of Property. t A Curtla, tha poaaeaaory claim to ranch Is Pabranagat Valley, containing S10 acres of land, and improveuiente, aud aituated west of and adjoining the ran h of P. Wrigbta; tax and percentage $33.8a. John Cocroft, the poaaeaaory alaim to 160 acres of land at Hiko and imprevementa; tax snd percentage so. go. El Dorado Hill, trn-atan.p mill in El Dorado canyon, at the junction or tne J voraoe can yon with the Colorado river; tax and percent age lie to. i Jenninga, the poeaerory claim to 160 acres t4 land, with improTemtuta, at Ht Tboxaaa; tax and percentage 1UU.10. W L Einga, the poeaeMory claim to ranch In Hiko Valley and improvement, aouah of Uear'a ranch; tax and percentage 112. Vi. Patterson c Laaacll, the poHaeaaory alaim to 120 seres of land and improvetnenta at Orertn; tax aid pereentane CUM. Samuel Young, one amelting furnace and tram way in Freiberg Pibtrit-t, known aa the Morn ing Star Co. Works; tax and percentag 176. f.EO. GOLDTHWAITE. Dlatrict Attorney Lincoln County, NaT. W. S. TRAVIS, Sheriff Lincoln County, NaT. Dated Pto.be, December W, 1873. JaJ-td AN INDEPENDENT PAPER, Faithful to hs lasUtutlone af tlx Ceaatry i lishing all the Telegraph News, General News Summary, A MINING REVIEW EVERY STJNT3A.Tr, Fara tailing as scesant ef Ik ssadlUoa of th aUaas la tha errors! sietrieta: coadiUea ef ths works: lata drrelepmeata; ssnssat of or for th wees; yield af art worked; proposed ahaaf aa; sad ether starter f ' Istaseel to owners sal Cigars and Jobarro. riox BUSINESS!! TO THE Smokers & Friends of Tobacco Pioche and Lincoln County. A I AH ABOUT TO RETIRE FROM Bl'U nraa I will aatl for the next (0 daya my en tire stock of Cigars. Tobacooos, Cutlery, Notions, Etc. Etc. At GREATLY SEDUCED RATES! This 1 s sons fid sals, snd Bo humbug. Quarterly Statement o m Rtffipti ind Piymeati ef ths Treanirr of Lincoln County for the Throe Moatha Kualag; Slat Doc, 1ST. Balance fram laat Quarter f lt.301 It Pletribnted in the following fonde: ttate Fund 11 School Fund 9Ai 30 HcTj'Ir-undioTerdra'njIJia it Indigent Hick fund Sit 10 Contingent rand. 1,10 ta building fund... interest rsna Fire Fund .... Judge's salary Fund Treasurer's balsry Tsnd. Notice of I issolntion of Copartner ship. ThTOTlCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE i.1 copartnership busineaa heretofore earned on In Pioche, Nevada, by A. M. Policy, and 8. H. Carman, under tha tinn name and atyle of POl LEYS a CAKMA.N, aa Wa ktniitlia, ia tills day diaaolred by mutual conatnt. ft. H. Carman will pay all debta due by the late firm, snd hs Is alone authorised to collect bills due to the firm. 8. H. Carman will continue the buaineaa at the old stand, wham be will be ready to tranaact buaineaa for old cuatomera and all othere who may apply. A.M. POI.I.EY8, H H. CABMAN. Pioebe, Narad. Dec. 29, ls:. d30-0d PRITCHARDS DAILY FA8T FREICHT LINE FROM PALISADE, via EUREKA to PIOCHE. FABT FUZilOXTF, Time About 60 Hours. JLOW FREIGHT TIME FOURTEEN DAT8. J Mark gooda care of Pritehard, Palisade. Diamond Diamond LOOK AT MY PRICE LIST OF TOBACCOES: 4 Pluct Cable Coil for $1.00 3 do. Cable Twist for 1.00 0 do. Bright T.vUt for 1.00 10 do. Bright Navf for 1.00 8 do. Black Navy for 1.00 3 do. Doubl Thick for - 1.00 8 do. Light Presed for . . 1.00 1 Ttund cf Bob White for - - l.OO 1 do. Olive for l.OO 1 do. Vittit Club for l.OO 1 do. Geld Bee 75c. And all other kind in pro portion. Liberal Discount to the Trade. Faat. Slow. No Forwarding Charge" by This Line! Ofllss, Corner of Pioche an el Field Hta. T. F. LAWLER, Agent at Pioche. W. L. PBJTCHAED, Proprietor. dle-tf All peraona baring claima against ma are reqneeted to band them in, snd sll persons In. debted to me are notified to coma forward snd settle, or their accounts will bo put Into tbs nanua 01 an omcer. Store to Let and Fixtures for Sale. H. MICHAEL, Mala St., oppoaito Meadow Valley. JaJ-tf E. HAMILTON, I Wtaolesals . and Rtall TjTJMBEII, LUMBETl ! SHERWOOD tfc BRO., MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, IDFFLT ....or. ALL KINDS MINING AND BUIXDINO LCstUKB, SAWKD TIMBER, HEWED TIMBER AND P.0LE8. Hsts on band CALIFORNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and SUGAR PINE, MOULDINGS, Etc., Btc. Alao, DOORS snd WINDOWS, and bare con. atantly on hand a large eupply, wblcb will be aol 1 REASONABLE EATL'H. epM tf FRJiK WHEELER & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS In General Hardware, MUX ttOOD. MILL GOODS SHU, OOODB hvu, sooLsMill (xOOClS MUX aoous MILL OOOOS MILL OOOUS KILL SOODe Mining Gooda Mining Goods Mining Goods Mining GoodaWTMTIjn. PHOnO""1111 Gooda Mining GoodallAlflll iTUUilUMining Oosda Mining floods Mining Goods Mining Gooda Iron txrxcX steel, Stoves of all Kinds, EM.O Bto EtO ECtO. A Suvply of - Tin wars TlnwarsT I UUI 1 D CTlnwIr Tlnwsrs Tinware Tlnwsrs Inlf Afl LTinwara Tinware Os band; alao Tfsi Work Exaeatsd prompt 17 at ressonabla rats. SJTONB STORK, Upper Itain street, Fioohe, Fernd. aiirj-tf GOOD NEWS to m PEOPLE OP PIOCHE. QUILLEN & DONAHOE. MEADOW V ALLEY STREET, Sell tbs est and Best Bread IN TOWN. 8 LOAVES, i POINDS EACH, 1'OH $140. st-Ira Cheapes Ths Paatelaataaa at Masks at a. A at lias es mar'. as -DeaTaleBXr In- r!NEMS,WESAlfI)C:.m Main Street, Pioche. rrHE RETAIL DEPARTMENT OOMPKISINO 1 s Liquor snd Billiard aslawn, with fosr SPLENDID TABLES! Hh tan fitted tin MffudltM of axTMn.M. and cbsllLgt oouparisron with any Saiooo la th MORE EXTENSIVE MORE ATTRACTIVE JOHN C. LYNCH. Wholesale and Eetail Liquor Merchant, Uorner Main and Lacour street!, piooke, Alao Proprietor of the LotigfUbJUUed aud well-know d FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, WAKES PLEASURE 131 INFORMING OIJJ m. uairona anu new ones tast be will ounlinue. aa uereioiore to Keep THE FINEST WINES LIQUORS a.nx oioahs IK THIS MAM1T, Particular attention will hereafter he glrea The Wholesale Trade All daalrine- to Btock Rare. In the ellw a t side cam pa, are invited to call and sample gooda snd learn prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. ra-tt falacs m "imi RUSSELL. SCOTT HAS OPINED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAL. PINT. Hardware Store. Main street and naa connected therewith s handaorae Bar. Panose nailing ths PALAUB can rely on the beat of necommodationa, snd when othsr amueamenta ars required It will aot be neceaaa. 17 to go slaawhsrs. 17.tf .44 7t .(,413 4S ...101 4 ...431 OS ...a U Leas amount overdrawn oa General fond , U.(C0 tl M 49 Receipt! for ths peat Quarter Derived from the following spare AeaeeBrneni noil ia,s sus IS Aeaeeament Roll 10 per cent 11 S3 isameni noit iHis(i'iocna)4n,4ls ao aamant Roll lOT3iOountrr.i4.ail 70 Aeeraement Boll 10 per oent SM 91 Mining Tax, Id Quarter 1)71. . .4,624 44 tlt.901 74 .9V1.421 at t: 3d County Licenses . . . . . (laming Licensee Lot-set Tax Poll Tax Jnetiee'a Court Fines. Toll-roads Apportioned aa folio1 Mate rund rVhool Pnnd General Fund Indigent sick Fund Contingent Fund Building rund Interest Fund Fire Fund Judge's Salary Fund. ... 'lreaaurer a salary Fund. .14.009 Sf ....1.6M It ....1,140 00 151 00 ....t,4 20 M 00 9 SO -tal.Ml 94 ..197.724 81 ....e.03 3 ...93.340 00 ... .3.344 1 ... 6,344 60 ....9.733 89 ....t.UI t'2 ....2.282 14 103 24 3,311 42 -991,1121 86 During tha paat Quarter tha following irauaiera were maoe: From the CKneral to ths Inter! Fund, as ner statute 1873 From the Contingent to the General runn, oy order of the County Com. mieatoners From tha General to the State Fund, to correct apportionment PMladelphia Brewery, MAIM STREET, PIOCHE, 8CHU8TRICH a EXXINI PROPRIETORS IS FURHISHINO A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF Lager Bear, In quantities to suit, st ths lew sat ratst. Adjoining esmpt supplied on short Jyl4-tf CAPITOL SALOON, MAIN STRUT, PI0C7IE. K PROPRIETOR. .TJL,.."?T WTJIBS, LIQUORS AMD .,uo uiu st ootstnaoi in the United mylttt Armory Hall Saloon, Frmrly ka.wa a BTJOKEIYB, : tTJXL BE HEREAFTER CONDUCTED Bt K. J. HANLEY. Proprietor. Ths thstoast brands of WINES, IJOUOfta aid CIGARS will slwsys bs founds! Uuiar. tys-tf 12,894 13 Paymenla dnrtng the Quarter from me rouowing Funds: State Fund School Fund General Fund Indigent Sick Fund. , Contingent Fund Building Fund..... rire Fund Judge'e Salary Fund Treasurer's Salary Fund . . . .971,000 01 $29,140 71 ..4.148 97 . .22.033 66 ...6,052 42 ..1.148 92 ..9.633 39 ..2.250 00 750 00 ..900 00 -977,060 01 .913.201 74 . .91,121 86 11116.823 80 . .71,030 01 RECAPITULATION. raah Balance Sots Sept., 1873 Receipts during the ass! Quarter. , . . Tolal Paymenla during ths paat Quarter. . Balance on band Dec 91, 1873 929,763 69 Distributed In the following Funda: State Fund 93,923 86 School Fund 6.512 M General Fund l.ftio 07 Indigent Sick Fund..,. 207 39 Contingent Fund 936 91 Newark Silver Ml.lrTT BMmg9ftt .Ws. . 1--, on ft.nrJ" holders, aa follows, "lcUya au Names. Allkire 8 H Trnetee.. nagley v T Trnetee.., Bagley D T Trustee.. urowu a H bal Bergman .1 " Brown R Trustes.....V." Brown R Truatee Brown R Tru-tee kaldrldge M Truatee...'." Braley A M Truatee CarBllier J P Tiuate....' Charles H A Truatee. Oops G W Truatee ",' Cope O W Truatee Canlll fe Co R, Truatee..' Cshlll A Co E, Truatee... Cahlll a Co E, Trustees . uaniu a Co K, Truatera.. ueuiu a vo a, iruatees... Coughlin John 0, Truatee Cralnlell W G, Trnetee.... vrauflau w u, Truatee, Crandall W G, Truatee Crandall W O, Truatee Crandall W G, Truatee .2t70 ...1K3 ...1R5Q ... m ..2244 " ..2M u ..5610 log ..27H4 7, ..1106 1 l14 log ..2655 jo ..2(71 1 -1183 M ..11B9 15 ..1M7 M ..11 10 36 134 log 2u6e Ho 2071 2143 21C2 Crandall W G, Truatee 1321 viuu.ii . or, iruaiee.,., Crandall W G, Truatee.... Crandall W G, Truatee.... Crandall W G, Truatee.. Crandall W G, Truatee.... Crandall W G, Truatee.... Crandall W G, Truatee... Crandall W G. Trustee.... Crandall W G, Truatee.... Crandall W G, Truatee.... Crandall W G.Truatee.... Crandall W o, Trustee.... Crandall W G.Truatee.... Crandall W G.Truatee.... iToeuy r w, Truatee.. Dixon R 8, Truatee... Dixon R S. Truatee... Duncan W L. Truatee. Denny a Stevenson TmilM Denny Stevonaon Truateea2ti'i9 Building Fund . Intereat Fund. , Fire Fund Judge's Salary Fund Treasurer a Salary Fond. ....146 31 ..13,044 IS 134 64 383 29 ...1.963 21 -929,763 59 Statemeat of Liabilities. Funded Debt) $179,OnO 00 Building Bonds 60S 00 Liable to be Funded .1,027 86 FloalingDebl 26,178 68 9206,701 63 Lata Cash In the Treasury 26.8.17 73 $179, MS 80 The above amount doea not Include the so. eruad Interest on the Funded Debt or Building Bonda. W. H HENDERSON, Co. Auditor. JOHN ROEDER. Co. Treaanrer. Plseha, Lincoln County, Ner., January 3, 1974. J7-lw ttisfflanous. Dr. Paul MaBrenan PTBLI0 LECTURES ON ALL CITRONIC Diaeaaaa. and bla Private Leclurea to Gentle men on " Manhood, lta Loaa and Reatoratlon," and on ' The Phvalology of Man," and tha va rioua dlaeaaes of the geuitourinary organa, have made him maater sf this most Important enb. Ject of the profesalon. Thouaanda of broken-down eonatltnllont ran be raiaed to the full etandsrd among men, men telly and phyaically, by timely cslling upon him. Ha ll also thsroughly familiar with all the dlaeaaea snd weakneases to which woman, with her delicate snd fine oreanixation. la enhi.rt. and the best and aborteat method of treating the Consultation at tha office free. Correspondence promptly answered, snd t lilt of printed queationa Bent to any part of tha United Htatea on application. Private circular will be sent containing many thinga worth knowing. Everything with the Doctor strictly cout- u.utiei. Ones 19JT Montgomery strast. Baa Fraaclaco, Cal. Honrs: From 9 to 12 m.; 2 to $, snd from tolls p. m. Poatofflco Box, 291, JaS-tf Notice of Dissolution. HAVING BOLD MT ENTIRE INTEREST in connection with ths " Ssn Franeiaro Brewery," in Pioebe, to John Cartwright, the 00-partnership heretofore existing between tha undersigned end Charles Behr in conducting aaid brewery la tills day dissolved, and Measra. Behr and Blasikumer will hereafter carry on the aame at the old stand on Panaca Flat, col an ouia sua pay an aues 01 tne late nrm. B. H. BICSIKUMER. Pioche, Nov., Dec. 6, 1873. J13-ml Notice of Dissolution. -fsJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE oo-pannerenip neretotore existing between the undersigned, in conducting the feed and livery business, at the Pioneer Stable, in Pioche, Nevada, haa been this day dissolved by mutusl consent. K. H. Bieeikumer will conduct ths aame buaineaa In the future on his own account pay all billa due by the lata nrm, aud collect all uue. owing so in same. JOSEPH COOK. . E. H. BISSIKX'MER. Pleche, Nev., Dec. $, 1873. JlMm Change of Proprietors. TTAV1NO DISPOSED OF TUB rnwi awn 11 GOOD WILL of ths Pionesr ttablee to l' n, i coraiany recommend him ta all late patrons. x, , H. BISSIKCMEB. Pioebe, Key., Jaa. 8, 1874. TTAVTNO BECOME THE PROPRIETOR OF -a s ma - nonser ntables," on Meadow Valley atreet, In Pioebe. I propose to keen the asm. In s manner to anil tbs timea, and to lnaure success and satisfaction. Flrat claaa turnouts of every description Buggies snd Buggy teama nnaurpaaaed thla aide v. u isuciaco. a ir ciaaa nsrtdls Horses. oioca sept on moat reasonable terms, snd "",,L guaranteed, uniy give me s trial. Jl3ml . p. LEHMAN. taassk DANGI1VG ACADEMY. 4 TVTR;hHAi?H.ItESPKCTrtJU'T ANNOUNCES Uancingt,t Brown'i Hal, " All tries mA . A st v . . . . taught, snd Mr. B. will guarantee to make earh pupil an accomplished bsll-room dancer after one course. r t'T". ,or "lnen (new beginners) from . uuj .no fnosy sventugs. ," clssaes from 9 to 10 asms evenlnga. Llasaee for Ladles snd Children from 9 to 8 . m. Tuesdays and Fridays For further psrtieulsrs, apply st ths hall. ""M L. BACH. For Sale. THAT SPLENDID COTTAGE AND LOT, . U.iB tbt fwldenos of Hon. Mlks MeCluekey, together with the furniture therein, aituated on Upper Main atreet, opposite the old ItsoosB offics. For further particulars, apply sn the premises te c. UiiOHT 118-wl N PUBLIC NOTICE. O PTRBAV fit VrSSnaS .WW lt,mnni. - - - - v... u ... auiflus. km w wo.iw oeoia on my account, nor P. HOLLANB. 232t .2341 .2526 .2346 .2659 2U0 .9579 60 .2621 loo .2645 1U) .2t;s6 to .2651 60 .. 26,' w, ...2758 I(0 ...2tM 60 ...2X19 60 ...24J3 To ...247B 60 .. 2726 on 2830 60 will I par say debt so eon treated. Fisher E. Trustee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E. Trustee Fisher E, Truatee Fihher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee 1 Fisher E, Truatee Fieber E, Trustee Fisher E, trustee Fisher E, Truatee Fisher E, Truatee Fisher K. truatee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E. Trustee Fisher E. truatee Giamboni N Gordon C P. Trustee... Qlazier a Co I, Trusteee. 212 t 2124 100 ....2129 fco ....2130 9U0 ....21118 ....2218 ....2j: ....2319 . . . .2320 ....23X6 ....2393 ....2477 ....24X3 ....2537 ....2565 26K3 ....26U0 246 ....2C63 ....2654 ....2788 lu) .... 663 25 .2598 .2279 60 900 60 10 30 20 90 10 62 60 26 60 26 60 60 60 60 20 60 1110 60 10 10 1476 ICS) 14 GlezieraCo I, Trustees. ...2695 MuDoaah jo 369 Holme a Co A, Trnateea ...2370 Hi luiea a Co A, Trustees . . Mm Holmes a Co A, Trusteee . . .2579 Holmes a C A, Trustees .. .2637 Holmes a Co A, Trustee . . .2682 Higgina W L, Truatee 2456 Husaey J L( Trustee 27 70 Jonea Frank, Trustee 15X7 Kuael John 466 Keith W H 2686 Lsaure L T Trustee 2016 Lasure L T Trustee 2360 Larure L T Truatee 2460 Lasure L T Truatee 2568 Laxur L T Tiuate 2H12 Latham a Co J. H, Trustee 1640 Loveland L F, T.uatee 2359 Marina E J de Sts, Truatee.. 694 Marina E J de 81a, Trustee.. 696 McDonald M J, Trustee... Minear AP MrHame r Co Jamea, Trutt.2465 10 Noble H H, Trustee 479 26 Noble H II, Truatee 1742 01 Noble H H, Trustee 2136 60 Noble H H, Trustee 2186 60 Noble H H, Trustee 25S2 60 Noble H H, Trustee 2414 110 Noble H H, Trustee 2468 loO Noble H H, Truste 24IX) I11O Noble H H, Trustee 2462 60 Noble H H, Trustee 2463 25 Noble H H, Trustee 267 60 Noble H H, Trustee 2609 60 Noble H H, Trustee 2524 60 Noble H H .trustee 257 6 50 Noble H H, Trustee 26X8 lu Noble H H, Trustee 25X9 60 Noble H H, Trustee 26U1 100 Noble H H, Trustee 270J so Noble H H, Trustee 2754 60 Noble H H, Truste 2766 60 Noble H H, Trustee 2766 lis) Noble H II, Trustee 2816 60 Norwood W E, Trustee 1542 60 Norwood W E, Trustee 21S3 60 Norwood W E, Truatee 2286 100 Norwood W E, Truatee 2307 60 Norwood W E, Truatee 23(18 50 Norwood W E, Trustee 9397 100 Norwood W E, Trustee 2399 KO Norwood W E, Trustee 2700 to Norwood W K, Truatee 2701 60 Peckham E L, Truatee 258 100 Parker Fry, Trustee 2116 100 Parker a Fry, Trustees 2118 100 Powning a Howard, Trusteea2373 10 Richardson E A, Trustee.,.. 626 25 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . . 773 60 Rirhardeon A, Truatee,... 797 10 Richardson E A, Tntate... .13X3 60 Rirhardeon B A, Trustee.... 1 072 10 Richardson E A, Truatee. ...1673 10 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 1674 10 Rirhardeon E A, Truste.,. .1675 10 Richardson E A, Truatee... .1707 60 Richardson E A, truatee 171 1 100 Rirhardeon E A, trustee 1728 6 Richardson E A, trustee 1751 100 Richardson E A, trustee ... .1763 100 Richardson E A, trustee. ...1807 15 Richardaon E A, truatee. ...18.19 60 Rirhardeon E A, truatee.. ..2019 200 Richardaon K A, truatee. . . .2051 50 Richardaon E A, trustee. . . .2000 20 Richardson E A, trustee. .. .2241 6 Richardaon E A, truatee . ,23" 100 Rirhardeon E A, trustee 2615 100 ltirhardeon E A, trustee 2518 100 Richardaon E A, truste 26X6 100 Richardaon E A, Truste.,.. 2694 Richardson E A, Trustee. ...3647 Rirhardeon E A, Truatee. . . .2696 Hirhanleon E A. Trustee.... 2702 Rirhardeon E A, Truatee. ...2764 Richardaon E A, Trustee.... 2771 Richardaon E A, Truste. . . 2803 Richardaon E A, Truatee.... 2xo9 Rusaell J B, Trustee 21577 Schmitt M, Trustee 808 Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2411 Schmieden Hv. Trustee. ... .2427 Bchmicdoll Hy, Trsstes 2690 Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2X21 Schmieden Uy. Truatee 2X23 Bcnniltt c A, Trustee lieu Hcbmitt C A, Trustee 1X13 Sleeper Geo, Truatee... 1925 Reader John H, Trustee 2622 Turnbull a Co W, Trustees. 2491 Tranor k Knox, Trustees. ..17X9 Taylor Wm 8, Trustee 2HX3 Tsylor Wm 8, Trustee 284 I'hlerJ Clem, Truste 661 Vkler J Clem, Trustee.bsl.. 604 I hlrrJClem, Inistee 1218 I'hler J Clem, Trustee 1313 Vbler J Clem, Trustee 2686 turnout J N, Truatee ..2629 Vimont J N, Trustee 2718 Wooda c Freeborn, Trust... 12X3 Wilson Wlllism 204 Wall i S. Truatee 1525 Winter P. Truatee 6X5 White U H. Trustee 17X4 White U H, Trustee .2727 White U H, Trustee 27'M Wade A P, Truatee 22X5 W olf F, Truatee lfiH Wolf F, Truatee !U Wright W H. Trustee 298 Young A A. Truste 9602 25 100 60 60 8 48 60 40 40 10 30 10 60 20 6 26 60 60 100 20 25 60 60 100 3 26 25 fO 611 26 60 60 fO 10 50 10 10 60 20 17 au 1S I t 12a 39 It rw lu us ia in 11 s- it 71 Ul UO II II u lit lu 150 150 Uo 15 II Hi 1W 7i Tl 11 in it lis 71 9) II 11 n Id in in uo 1! 41 Ii SO n la) 71 Hi 71 110 11 Ml too 41 II ! m 11 m 11 11 41 1U II to 11 'a 11 81 Ii II 11 11 93 II 16 II II II 1H IN II 91H 11 II 71 II 150 IN 150 11 na 11 11 11 11 11 11 ISO ii n ii 110 it it ii 1M 11 II 15) in 11 ii in 150 in ii tin 11 11 ti ii ii ii 11 11 IN ia in in 21a 390 11 1M in in in in na in ti 11 IN 50 H 60 61 If 41 ' . II II 93 ia nn 75 in so SIB 15 II in in 17 M nn 71 71 31 II II II 30 114 1 II 19 71 90 71 20 tl ua " . " j '.-. ... . Mder v Ana in sceorasnce wun law : , . the Board of Trusteee. made on thl iflrst W December, 1873. so many ahare ef ear" rr oel of said stock aa may be necessary win " Bold at public auction at Ihe salearooni Middleton a Son, No. 310 (Montgomery suw. Ran Francisco, California, on Waajeew sn the Fourth day ot Febraary, .M" the hour of twelve o'clock at. of aaid it said delinquent assessment thereon, tot.', with coats of advertising and naeaotsi DAVID T. BAOLII'.S2it. OHM, RtmNo.l,No.4010allforls'3 Ran Francisco. California, jlLsas "Offle. Partland , ?'"Ji Company. Location of PjM'K11Suoi of buaineaa, San Francisco. Cal"""!, uaty. worka. Ely Mining District. Llncobi ecus,. Nevada. Notioeia hereby gl"? "'.K imidsy lug of the Board of Dlrectora.held on the imn of January. 1874, an aaaeaament pitai Ave cents per ahare was Lrted up ihecsP stock of the corporation, payawe ,t in United States gold coin, ths office of the Company, No. 4S w" atreet. Ban Francisco, Cslifornis. M Any stock upon hlcV,h d of February, remain unpaid on ths 16th day "V-j (or 1874, will be delinquent, and advsrm-J sale st publte suction, snd K.'. a.y made before, will be sold on the of March, 1874, to psy the TTui ment, together with coats of adyru"' expenses of sale. " i, order of th. gM, kVarrtaO. OfBce; No. 438 Cslifornis street. ",,, iaco, Cal. ' LOST! CHECK NO. 1J. DRAW B'CMBlM for $60. oa Wells, Fargo k D.. " ?mui Quillen Donahue. All l""" kaaa neerotlating for th same, as payma aupnad.