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MINING LAW, Item, HfOdlaff mud M'mrmimg of MImIbk laima I pom tnm Public Betov will tw found a kbatnct wf tht Miaini Lm al tb raited SUtoa, M pawed by Cdo greai tnd pprowl May 10, Thme art th )Mt, an4 kanca tha only micinf lawa of gdwfml pteraat and foroa, with tba aiola exception of a portion of section I, In fefetvuce to tha reloca tion of alaiaua and nuinea located prir to the paaaaga of tba raral mining lav. Tha Act auanding tha aection alluded to will alao be foul, following tha general law modifying Bee tles S, ao tkat a claim lucated prior to M&y 10, 1873. ia not subject to relocation until June 10, 1874. AM ACT to promote the development of the alining nsaourcea of tha United Stat' Be it uactd by the ttenate and Huum of Rep resentatives of the United States uf Auieru a in Congreaa aaaembled. That all valuable nun ml depuaiU in lands belonging to the I nitd SUt, both surveyed and uiwurvt ywl, are hereby i' clared to be five and ojn to exploration and purchase, and the lauds in wiucn tmy Wki.il are found to oct-Qpaiion ani porciisM bv citizens of the I nited tttatv and those who have declared tbt-r intention to o. coma auch. under reffulatioos prtstnbtd by w, and aoronilug to the local carton, or rulea i t tuinera, iu the severl mining distnrta. ao tar as ait same are applicible attd not uuoniiititeiit with the laws of the United HUtes. Hac. 2. That minina claims up-m vtius or lotlt-a of narti or other n k in pi. Waring gild. ailver, cinnabar, lead, tin. copper, or vth-r valuable deposits heretofore located, aliall ba governed aa to length along the rein or !de by tha ciutonis. retaliation, and laws iu force at theda'eof their location. A mining claim located alter the paaaae of this a t, whether located by one or more persons, may equ.v,, but bhall nt exceed one thoaund nve hundred feet in b neth along the vt-in or lode ; but no location of a min ing claim ahall be made until the discovery of tha vein or lode within the litutta nf the claim located. Vo claim shall extend more than thn-e hundred feet on each aide of the mi4dlf of the vein at the surface, nor ahall any claim be lim ited by any mining regulation to lew than twenty-five feet oueah Side of tha middle of the vein at the aurfare. except where advert rights exist ing at the pasnage of thin act ahall render kiirh limitation necessary. The eutMiues cf each claim ahall be parallel to each other. Hkc. . That the locators of all mining loca tlons taeretofure made, or which ahall hereafter le made, on any mineral T'in, lode , or ledge, bit uated on the public domain, their heirs and att signa, where no adverse claim exists at the pas sage of this art, so long as tin y comply with the laws of the United Htateg, and the Mate, Terri torial and local regulations not in conflict with aaid laws of the United sute governing their poasessory title, ahall havethePAclusiveriht of possesion ami enjoyment of all the surface in cluded mthiu the lines of their locations and of all veins, lodes, and ledges tbrouphout the entire depth, the top or sjh-x of which lies imsiUe of such Kurface-liDea extended downward vertical ly, although such veins, bnlesor ledges may bo far depart from a perpendicular In their course downward aa to extend outside the vertical aid linesof aaid surface locations; Provided, that their right of possession to such outside parts of such veins or ledges, shall be confined to such portions thereof as lie between vertical plains drawn downward aa aforesaid, through the end lines of their locations, ao continued in their own direction that such planes will intersect such exterior parte of said veius or ledges: And provided further, that nothing In tbipaection ahall authorize the locator or posaeagorof a vein or lode which extends in iu downward course beyond tha vertical line of hiB claim to enter upon the aurface of a claim owned or possessed by anothvr. Sec. 4. That where a tunnel is run for the development of a vein or lode, or for the discov ery of ndMa, the owners of such tunnel ahall have the right of possession of all veins or lodes within three thousand feet from the face oi' iuch tunnel on the line thereof, not previously known to exist, discovered In such tunnel, to the same extent as if discovered from the surface; and locations on the lino of such tunnel of veiuH or lodes not appearing on the surface . made by other parties after the commencement of the tunnel, and while the same is being prosecuted with reasonable diligence, shall be invalid; but failure to prowcute the work on the tunnel for six month shall be considered as an abandon ment of the riht to all undiscovered veins on tha line of said tunnel. Heo. 5. That the miners of each mining dis trict may make rules and regulations not iu con flict with the laws of the United Htates, or with tha laws of the Btate or Territory in which the district ia situated, governing the location, man ner of recording, amount of work necessary to hold poaaesaiou of a mining claim, subject to the following requirements: Location must 1e distinctly marked on the ground so that its boundaries can be readily traced. All records uf mining claims hereafter made shall contain the name or names of the locators, date of the loca tion, and such a description of the claim or claims located by refereiieiice to some natural object or permanent monument aa will identify i the claim. On each claim located after the pas- i sage of this aot, and until a patent shall have I bean issued therefor, no less than one hundred i dollars worth of labor ahall he performed or im- : provements made during each year, im all claims located prior to the passage of this act, ten dollars' worth of labor shall le performed or improvements made each year for each one hundred feot in length along the vein until a patent ahall have been issued therefor; but where such claims are held in common, such expenditure maybe made upon any one claim; and upon a failure to comply with these conditions, the claim or miua upon which such failure occurred shall W open to relocation in the same maimer as if no loca tion of the sams hail ever been made: Provided, That the original locators, their heirnt assigns, or legal representatives, have not re sumed work uion the claim after such failure and before such locution. Upon the failure of any one of several ow-ownem to contribute his portion of the expenditure required by this act, the co-owners who have performed the labor or made the improvements may, at the expiration of tha yer, give such delinquent co-owner per sonal notice in writing or notice by publication in the newspaper puhllnhed nearest the claim, for at least once a week for ninety days, and if at tha expiration of ninety dayn after such notice in writing or by publication such delinquent should fail or refuse to contribute his proportion to comply with this act, his interest in the claim thall become the property of his co-owners who have made the required expenditures. Neo. 6. That a patent for any land claimed and located for valuable deposit may be ob tained in the following manner: Any person, association, or corporation authorized to locate a claim under this act, having claimed and located a piece of land for snch purpows, who has, or hava, complied with the terms of this act, may flia in the proper land-office an application for a patent, under oath, showing such compliance, together with a plat and field-notea of the claim or claims in common, made by or under the di rection of the United Htatei Surveyor General, showing accurately the boundaries of the claim or claims, wmcu snau be uixtmctjy marked icy liioauments on tha ground, and shall post a copy of such plat, together with a notice of such application for a paU-nt, 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 ahall hie an am davit of at leant two persons that snch notice has been duly posted aa aforesaid, and shall file a copy of aaid notice in such land-ofttca, 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, ahall publish a notice that nch application has been made, for the period of sixty days, in a newspaper to bo. by him desig nated as published nearest to said claim; and he ahall alao post such notice in his oihce for the same period. The claim at the time of filing this application, or at any time thereafter, with in the sixty daya of publication, ahall hie with the register a certificate of the United Btatei Surveyor General that five hundred dollars worth of labor has been expended or improve ments made upon the claiui by himself or gran tors: that the plat is correct, with such further description by such reference to natural objects or permanent monuments as shall identify the claim, and furnish an accurate description, to l Incorporated iu the patnt. At the expiration of tbesixtvdavs or tmoncamnn tne claimant shall file his affidavit, showing that the plat and no tice have been posted in aeonspicnousplaceon the claim during said period of publication. If no adverse claim shall have been filed with the register and the receiver of the proper land-office at tne expiration or the sivty nays or publication It shall tie asHHmed that the applicant is entitled to a patent, upon the payment to the proper of ficer of five dollars pur acre, and that no adverse claim exists: ana thereafter no omectmn from third parties to the issuance of a patent shall be heard, except it be shown that the applicant has iaiiea to comply vim tnis w i. 8ro. T. That where an adverse claim ahall be filed during the period of publication, it shall be upon oath of the peraon or persons making the eaine, ana snau enow tne nature, nonnnaries, and extent of snch adverse claim, and all pro oaedtnga, except the publication of notice and making and filing of the affidavit thereof, shall be staved nntil the controversy ahall have been mettled or decided by a court of competent Juris diction, or the advene claim w-iveri. It shall be the dntv of the adverse claimant, within thirty daya after filing his claim, to commence proceedings in ft conn oi competent inrmuiciion to determine the question of the right of posses ion, and prosecute the same with reasonable diligence, to final Judgment; and a failure so to do ahall be a waiver of his adverse claim. After each Judgment shall have been rendered, the party entitled to the possession of the claim, or any portion thereof, may, without giving fur ther notice, flie a oertified copy of the judgment roll with the register of the land office, together with the certincat of the Surveyor-General that the requisite amount of. labor has been expen ded, or improvements made thereon, and the description required In other cases, and ahall pay to the receiver five dollars per acre for his claim, toajether with the proper fees, whereupon the whole proceedings and the Judgment-roll ahall ba evrtlflad by the register to tbe Oommav srfpiur of the General Land-Office, and a -patent , hall issue thereon for the claim, or suea par. ; ti'-n thereof as the applicant ahall appear, frrrn the deoikion of tbe court, to rt tatty pwe. If it shall aripeer. from tbe derisv of the court, that several parties are entit led to separate and diur-it ponton of tbe chum, esv a party may lv f.r bis ponton of the claim, with the prop er (, and file the certimSoaae and deeeni'Uoa by the Snrey ur-R-uerel . whereupon the reguttt-r ahall certify the proceedtna-s and judgment-roll to the Ot'mnujNiioBerof tbe Land OflW.aa in the preceding case, and patente ahaU laatte to the aeveral artiea nccordiiut to their respective nghia. Froof of citizenship under thie act, or the act of July 2th 1MK, and July , lriTO. m the rae of an individual, may consist in his own aft lav it thereof, and In r of an association of persona nmncorpora'ed of the affidavit of their authorized agent, made on his own knowledge or upon information and belief, and in cae of a corporation organised under tbe laws of the United States, or of any State or Territory of the United States, 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 stent for a mining claim to any persou what ever. . . Se . That the description ef win or lode clatma. upon surveyed lands, shall designate the location of the claim with reference to the lines of the public surveys, but need not conform therewith; but where patent ahaU be issued as aforesaid for claims upon unsur- veyed lands, the Surveyor General in extending the survevs, shall adjust the same to the boun daries of such patented claims, according to the plat or description thereof, but so as in no cawe to interfere with or change the location of any such patented claim. 8ec. . That sectiona one. two, three, four and six. of an act entitled 'An Act granting the richt of wav to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other purposes, approved July tweutv-aixth, eighteen hnxdred and sixty-six, are hereby repealed, but such reeal shall not effect existing nifhu. Applications for patents for mining claims now pending may be prose cuted to a final decision in the Ot-ueral LaJid Ofhce: but in stirh caw-a where adverse rights are not affected thereby, pattnts may ueue in pursuance of the provisions of this act; end all patente for mining clatma heretofore leaned under the set of July twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six. shall couvey all the rights and privileges conferred by this act where no adverse rights exist a the time of the pawage of tins act. kc. 10. That the act entitled 'An Act. to amend an act granting the right of way to ditch and canal owner over the public lands, and for other p.irpof-e,' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred and seventy, shall be and remain iu full force, except as to the proceedings to obtain a patent which shall be similar to the proceed ings prcS'-nbed by sections six and seven of this act tor obtaining" patents to vein or lode claims; but where K&id plaoer-tiaims shall be upon sur veyed laud, and conform to legal subdivision, no" further survey or plat shall be required, and all placer mining claims hereafter located shall conform ai near as practicable with the United Stab a system uf 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 shall be made as on uncurveytd 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 inYonllict with ex isting laws, shall apply to such cases: And pro vided also. That where by the segregation of mineral land in any legal subdivision a quantity of agricultural land lens than forty acres re mains, said fractional portion of agricultural land may be entered by any party qualified by law, for homesteader pre-emption purposes. Hkc. 11. That where the same person, associa tion or corporation iu possession of a placer ckim, and also a vein or lode included within the boundaries thereof, application shall bo made for a patent for the placer-claim, with tho statement that it include such vein or lode, and in such case (subject to the provisions of this act and the act entitled "An act to amend an act granting the right of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lauds, and for other pur poses; ' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred and tH'veutyl a patent shall isxue for the placer claim, lneludiug such vein or lode, upon the navment of ft ire dollars per acre for such vein or lode claim, and twenty-five feet of surface on each aide thereof. The remainder of the placer- 1 claim, or any placer claim not embracing any vein or lode claim, shall be paid fur at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per acre, together with all cobtsof proceedings; and whereavefn or lode, such ai described iu the second section of thi act, ie known to exist withiu the boundaries of a placer-ulaim, an application for a patent for such placer-claim, which does not include au ap plication for the vein or lode claim, shall be construed as a conclusive declaration that the da inaiit of tht placer-claim has no right of poit BctiHion of the vein or bde claim; but where the existence of a vein or lode in a placer-claim is not known, a patent for the placer-claim shall convey all valuable mineral nnd other deposits within thj boundaries thereof. Sec l'l That the Surveyor-General of the United SlaUs may appoint in each land district containing mineral lauds as many competent surveyors as shall apply for appointment to sur vey mimug claims. The expeusea of the survey of vein or lode claim, and the survey and ami division of placer claims into smaller quantities than one hundred and sixty arret, together with the cost of publication of uoticeR, shall be paid by the applicants, ana tney itnaii dc at liberty toon tain the same at the most reasonable rate a, and they Rhnll also be at liberty toemploy any United States Deputy Surveyor to make the survey. The Commissioner of the (leneral Land-Office shall also have power to establish the maximum charge for surveys and publication of notices under this act; and. in case of excessive char sea for publication, he may designate any newspaper published iu a land district where mines are in such district, and fix theratea to be charged ' by such paper: and, to the end that the Commis sioner may be fully informed on the subject, each applicant shall lile with the Kegister a sworn statement of all charges and feet paid by aaid applicant for publication and surveys, to gether with all fees and money paid the Keeister and Receiver of the land-office, which statement shall lie trannmitted. with the papers in the case, to the Commissioner of the General Land Offlre. The fees of the Register and the Ite cplver shall be five dollars each for filing and acting upon each application for patent er ad verse claim filed, and they shall be allowed the amount fixed by law for . reducing testi- , mony to writing, when done in Land Office, such i fees and allowances to be paid by the respective parties; ami no other fees shall le charged by them in fuch cases. Nothing in this act shall be couHtrued to enlarge or affect the rights of either party in regard to any property in coutrovrray at : the time of the passage of thia act, or of the act ! entitled "An act granting the right ef way to ! ditch ami canal owners over the punnc lands, and for other pnrposiw," approved July 2i, Ulifi, nor shall thia act aifeet any rightarquired under said act; and nothing in this act shall be cm t nu-d to repeal, iniHir, or in any way aifeet the provisions of the act entitled "An act granting to A. Kutro the right of way and other privilege to aid in the construction of a draiuing and ex ploring tunnel to the Comstock lAde, in the State of Nevada," approved July 25th, lHtftf. Sec 13. That all affidavits required to be made under this act, or tlisact to which it is amendatory, may be verified before any officer authorized to administer oaths within the land district where the claimR may be situated, and all testimony and proofs may be taken before any such officer, and, when duly certified bv the officer taking the aenie, shall have the same force and effect an if taken before the lUgistcr and Receiver of the Land Office. In cases of content as to the mineral or agricultural character of land, the testimony and proofs may be taken as herein provided, on personal notice of at leant ten days to the opposing party: or if said party cannot be found, then by publication of at leant once a week for thirty days in a newspaper, to be designated by the Register of the Ijmd Office as published nearest the location of such land; and the Register shall require proof that such notice has been given. Skc. l. That where two or more veina inter, sect or cross each other, priority of title shall govern, and such prior locatiou shall be entitled to 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 posesea of the convenient working of tbe 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 union, in eluding all the space of intersection. Sec. 15. That where non-mineral land not contiguous to the vein or lode is used or eccu pied by the proprietor of Buch 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 such vein or lode, and the same may be patented therewith, subject to the same preliminary requirements aa to Burvey and notice as are applicable under 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 Bame rate as fixed by this act for the superficies of the lode. The owner of a quartz mill or reduction works, not owning a mine in connection therewith, may also receive a patent fur his mill -site, aa provi ded in this section. Sec. 16. That all acts and parts of acts In con. alatent herewith are 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, If 72. printing Offirr. if gal. orrios op the PIOCHE DULY RECORD. STEAM POWER PREES KMl'roYKl). This establishment ia supplied with a large assortment of newest styles of Type, Borders, Assorted Stationery , Delinquent Taxes. STATE OF SEVAPA. UH'STY OK LIN COLN. Xotlco sr bi1U Cewtuaesierd. ) To tbe Volluwine-named defendants and to ail claimants to the real estate and ionproveiui, tt assessed eeparatelv. bereuiaiu uwcnuou, known er unknown: Vou are hereby notified tba suits nave bm-m coaunaanoed before 4. 0. Van Hagen. Justice of the r?ae. m uie uuce Court of the Township of Pioche, County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, by the ntate of Nevada, plaintiff, against ee a of the defendants hereinafter named and each ef the following described tracts or parcels of land, with the im provements. when separately assessed, and all owners of or etaimants to the same, known or nknown, to recover the tax ana oeiutquewcy asseased to said defendants against said property for the fiscal year comntencing on the 1st day of January, A. V. 1878, and ending the alst day of December, A. D. 1&T3, and that a summons baa been dwly issued in each case; and you are fur ther notified that nnless you appear and answer the complaint filed, on or before The) 6th alar of February. A. D. 19. at 19 eeloek m. of that slay. Judgment will be taken against yon and (he real aetata and improvements her in described for the amounts of tax and delinquency speoified and coats of suit. Deacrlpllou of Piwperly. 4 A Curtis, the possessory claim to ranch in Pahranaffat Vallr-T. contain iDC WO acre! of bind, and improvements, and situated weat of and adjeimnff the ranch of P. Wrights; tax and percentage 9-J3.. John Corroft, tbe posseory claim Uf ICO acres of land at Hiko and improvements; tax and Deroentase 30.80. El Dorado Mill, ten-stamp mill 1n El Dorado Canyon, at the junction of tbe ma uorauo in yon with the Colorado river; tax and peroeat aire 114.40. t Jennings, the possessory claim to HW acre of tana, wttn improvemeuis, a m munu; m and percentage loo.iu. W L Kincs. the nossesHorv claim to ranch In Hiko Valley aud improvements, aousa of Gear's ranch: tax and percentage 152.03. Patterson 4; Lassell, the possessory claim to 330 acres of land and improvements at Overton; tax and narcentaire 6tf.Kf. Samuel Young, one smelting furnace and tram way in Freiberg District, known as me morn ing Star Co.'a Works; tax and percentage 176. GEO. GOIDTHWAITE, District Attorney Lincoln County, Nev. W. S. TRAYIB. Sheriff Lincoln County, Kev Dated Pioehe, December 2'J, 1ST 3. ja3-td (Tiiars and Hobarro. BTJSI1TESSI! ..ANDAXJ. THE., MODERN MACHINERY EUPLOYKD IN THE EXECUTION BGQK AND JOS MINTING TO THE Smokers & Friends of Tobacco 'is , Pioche and Lincoln County. IRt AH ABOl'T TO RETIRK FROM BrST rx bw I will Mil lor th. naxt 60 dajs eqt tta tin nock of Cigars, Tobaccoos, Cutlery, XTotions, Etc. Etc. At GEEATLY REDUCED BATES! ThU U a buna fl2o salt, aud no humbug. Notice of lissolntion of Copartner- amp. TOTICE IB HKP.EBY GIVEN THAT THE Xl copartnership biminHia heretofore carried on ill Piochit. Ncv.,1. by A. af . Poll", and H. Carman, under the firm name and atyle of POL LET8 k CARMAN, aa Blackemitbl, la thia dar dissolved by mtitml consent, ft. H. Carman will pay all debts due by the lata firm, and he la alone authorized to collect bills due to tha firm. S. H. Carman will continue tbe business at the old stand, when he will be ready to transact business for old customers and all others who may apply. A. M. POTXKYS, ft. H. CABMAN. Pioobe, Nevada, Dec. 39, 1873. d30-30d PRITCHARD'S DAILY FAST FREICHT LINE FROM PALISADE, via EUREKA to PIOCHE. Time About 60 Hours. LOW FREIGHT-TIME FOURTEEN DAYS Mark gooda care uf PriUhard, Palisade, BEST OF JOB PRESSES! Plain and Ornamental Type, Finest and Latest Styles, for aiiy kind of Work, such aa Posters, Play-bills. Receipts, Blank Huoka, I'lrcNilara, Cheeks, Nottta, TSaffa. gfliaquntt alrj. A inert ram ria( Mill aa Mlalag Csaiamay iorslloa of principal plan of business. Baa Fmncuoo. Oalifnnii lar.ii.m 1 of works, Ely District, Lincoln county Nevada I Ketice . There are dellaejaent open tar tolkiw- log ocscnoea etoc. on account of aeeessoient (No. i lerled on tbe ststeenth day ef neeember 1K73, the several aaaonnte set opposite toe nature of tb respective shareholders, aa follows: -- Mo. of No. of - Name., , Certificate. Bkarea. Alut. Old Isane Cahill Fox, Trust 28ft Caliill a- Fox, Trustees. .....3W) Cahill k Fox, Tnm tees 1065 Cahill ft Fox, Trustees.. UM Calull k Fox, Trustees lose f'ahlll & rox. Trustees. Cahill Fox, Trustees. Charles H A, Trustee. ..1575 ..mo ..1143 ..1148 ..12U1 .. 7h8 , . .1278 .. ss .. Ktf ...1165 ..1641 . . .isa . . .1275 ,1 LOOK AT MY PRICE LIST OF TOBACCOES: 4 Plugs Cable Coil for $1.00 3 do. Cable Twist for 1.0O 0 do. Bright Twist for l.OO 10 do. Bright Navy for l.OO 8 do. Blurk Nayy for l.OO 3 do. Double Thick fur - - l.OO 8 do. Light rreid for - l.OO I Pound cf Bob While for - - l.OO 1 do. Olirc ft l.OO 1 do. Yacht Club ht - l.OO 1 do. Ouhl Bc- - - 75c. And all other kinds in pro portion. Liberal Discount to the Trade. , No Forwarding Charges by This Line ! Qffire, Corner of Pioclie and Field tils. T. P. LAWLER, Agent at Piucliv. Vt. L. PRITCHARD. ProprUtar. dls-tf czsnricATxs or lto:i(itc. SHERWOOD BRO. MAIN STREET. PIOClfK, CHAP.CCXTV. An Act to amend an Art entitled 'An Art to promote the Dvkpmcnt of tht alimug Kfsourcea c I nited Mates.' Be it enactrtj by t and House of Rep- reaentativos of the tliited Stat of America in Onngrpss assembled, I'hat the provisions of tha fifth section of the Act entitled "An Act to pro. uiot the development of the mining l-Asonrees of the United Stated," passed Mar tenth, eigh teen hnndred and seventy-two, which requires expenditures of labor sud improvements on claims located prior to the passage of said Art, are hereby so amended that the time for the first annua! expenditure on claims located prior to the passage of aaid Act shall he extended to the tenth of June, eighteen hundred and eventy four. ApproTed March 1, 1873. IjOST 1 Otf ELY STREET, A LARGE PEARL RING. The finder will be anitablT rewarded by lesTlng it at the office ef the Hoehe Daily Rec ord, at Michael's Cle;ar Store, Main st. d30-hu CARDS Uf all aiaus, shades and shapes, in plain black or In any or all the colors of the rainbow. 8 U ? F L Y ....or.. ALL KINDS AH INDEPENDENT PAPER, to the Inatltntluus of the Country i all the Telegraph News, Ceneral News Summary, A MINING REVIEW EVUIIY t3TJJJXAg. Furnishing sa account of the oendlUon of the la in the sereril distrieta: soaditlea ef the worksi late developments; anwani of ore for the week; field af ore worked; proposed cnanf ssiand ether matters' Interest to owners tad the (enseal pablla . .. MINING AND BUILD IN6 LCM11BK, SAWED TlsUSIt, HEWED TIMBER AND POLES. Have on hand CALIFORNIA LCMBEB, REDWOOD and SUGAR PINE, MOULDINGS, Etc., Etc Alio, DOORS and WINDOWS, and hare con stantly on hsnd a large supply, which will be sol (REASONABLE RATES. apM tf FRM WHEELER & CI)., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS In Ceneral Hardware, MILL MOODS MILL COOIM MILL OOODS MILL OOODS Mill Goods MILK. HOODS MILL ttOOIl. BULL HOODe MXUtCOOXM -1 Ifinlur Ooods Mining Goods Mining (looda Mining OoodsU Tllfirn HnnnQMlwlg Oooa' Mining OoodtHlfllfltf uUUlJDMinlng Qoodi Mining Ooods Mining Ueoda Mining Ooods Iron axxcI. Steel, Stoves of all Kinds, Eto EtO Eto-.....IEto. A Suoply of Tlnwera TinwareT I II Uf 1 D E"Ti"W" Tinware Tinware Tinware I 111 II A lit Tin wars Tinware Oa hand; also Tta Work Kxecateil prompt. ireeunaDie raess. TONS STOKE, Upper Main street, Pioohe, Nerada. avio-tf GOOD NEWS PEOPLE OF PIOCHE. QUILLEN DONAHOE, MEADOW TALI.IT STRUT, Sell the Cheapest and Best Bread IN TOWN, 8 LOiVES, POUNDS EACH, I'M iLOO. aeJai - . Ties PaasMleaatBM af PUeae at . Aslilaa 4i Brw's. . . nl AH persons having claims against me are requested to hand tnem In, and all persons in debted to me are notified to eonie forward and settle, or their sccounts will lie put into the hands of aa ofnoer. Store to Let and fixtures for Sale. IX MICHAEL, Sfala at., ppostt) Meadow Valley. js3-tl Counsel) O A, Trust.... Crusby F.W, Trust. .... Crocker I H, Trustee...., Connelly Wm 1..,, , Piioa H B, Triwtoe. .-. . . , Dingle T F . , Lor me O V, Trustee.., Eyre K K , OuMmsn I A, , Unssey J L Lazurs L T. Trust. Laznre 1.T, Trugttee..t.,..l;H) aioTKeDrficni n 12M Martin G P. Trustee 1549 Msiisur J, Trustee, bsl.... .J643 Pt-rine G U, Trustos f40 Rioksnlson E A, Trust... .114 Kicbardstm E TrustM . . . . vjt Biohardson E A.Tniatt....l0'2 Riohsnlaon E A, Truste . , , 9tft) RTfhardson E A, TrustM. . . 8ft BieharHsoo If A, Trusts. . 41 Richsrdson E A. Trust... 4f4 Richardson E A. Trust . . . fc UUcbardso EA, Trusts. .. 6ut iticuarason K A, Trust... T2S ftic'taardsoB E A, Trust . . . 745 laicbardsoD E A, Trust... 8u7 Richardson E A, Trust. . . K31 HicuarUson E A. Trustee . . . 9U0 Richardson E A. Trust, , . V14 Richardson E A, Trustee... 920 Richardson E A, Trustee. .. V99 Riohardson E A, Trustee.-. .101 ft Hachartlson R A, Truste...1139 Richardson K A, Tnitt.,.ll01 Richardson E A, TiusUe,..l'iuT , Richardson E A, Trustee. . );icliardson E A, Trustee. . .1417 Richardson E A, Trust. . .1445 Richardaoo E A, Trustee. ..144 Rkhardson K A, Trustee.. .1447 Richardson E A. Trustee... 1448 Kichsrtlson E A, Truste...144tf Richardson E A, Trust. ..1450 Richardson E A, Trustee. . .15.6 Rifhardson E A, Trustee... lArW Richardson K A , Trusts . . . 16tH ltsyniond YVm H, Trustee.. 48 Rse L 8, Trustee 14W fcorke B B, Trustee ,.. .127fl Bchmeidfll Hy. Trustee. .. .1433 HteTOOs T H, Trustee 1M Shsrp U F 1240 Turnbull !k Smith, Trust ..ly5 Taylor H W, Trustee H0 Chler i Clem, Trust 337 t tilt J Clem, Trust 7H1 Filler J Clem, Trustee 7S Woods k A'n-eborn, TruU. .16m Weleter k bonle. rrust,... &51 Wilsoon Anna L, bsl 61 y New Issu Prown R, Trustee 1524 Blake W, TtriBtee Hho Bfaijamin A F, Trustee ... . 617 Benjamin A F, Trustee .... J1H Bsker Bamoel, Trustee.... CtH) Cahill E k Co, Trustees.... 412 Ciivallier J P. Trustee 2ir2 Cavsllier J P, Trustee 2i5 Coursen O A, Trustee 1309 Crandall W , Trustee 8J CratidaU W G, Tniste (wT Crandall W G, Trustee,. . 9U Crsndalt W G, Trustee 918 Crandall W G, Trustee. ... 9H Crandall W G, Tnistee 950 Crandall W G, Trustee 1039 Craudall W ti, Trustee 1048 Crandall W G, Trustee 1049 Crundalt W O, Trustee 10BJ Crsndall W G, Trustee 105; Crandall W G, Trustee UMil Crandall W O, TrUHt., . . .1062 Crandall W G, Trustee 10A4 Crandall W G, Trustee 1071 Crtndall W G, Trustee 1075 Crandall W O, Trustee 1147 Crandall W G, TniBtee 1175 Crandall V G, Trustee 1U04 Crandall W G. Trustee ijoS Cro ker J II. Trustee 1248 Cm sell A , no Duncan W L, Trustee. ..... 378 lfjwell John A 7,'Jl Fisher E, Truate. . 0fi4 Fisher K, Trust' 7K4 Fisher E, Trustt 9H7 E. HAMILTON, and Retail msviiiriaPAicms, Main Street, Pioclie. riBK RETAIL DEPARTMENT COMPRISING J. Liquor and Billiard Haloon, with four lSw and SPLENDID TABLES! Hss been fitted up regardless of expense, and challenges soinpariseu with any Baleen in the mate. . aoC It MORE EXTENSIVE 1 MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH; Wholesale and Eetail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Laconr streeti, PIOOHZ3, Also Preprfetor of the LiiMttablished and well-known FASHION, SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, 'pAKKH PLEABFRB IN INF0RM1K0 OLD JL patrons and nw ones that he wll coniinu', as heretofore tu keep THE f FINEST, WINES, -A-KHD CIGARS W THTB MARKET. Particular atteatlua will lietrafter be given The Wholesale Trade. All dssirtst to stock Bsrs. In the eile ee not. tide camps, are invited to call and ssuiple gutxis m iu.ru pncea . . . . j Befor Purchasing Elsewhere. . mil ri im: RUSSELL SCOTT HAS OPENED CLUB K00M8 OVER UAL. FIB'S Hardware fltore, Msln street snd has cennscted therewith s handsome Bar. Persons rislting tha PALACE can rel on the nest ei aeoommodatlons, and when other uimemeaia are reqnlreu it will not be necessa ry to go elsewhere. 27.t ,st rates. etice. Philadelphia Brewery, MAIN BTBEET, PIOCUE. UBUHTBIOH KLEIMS., PROPRIETORS 18 rrRNIBHINO A BTTPERIOlt ARTICLE 09 Lager Beer, In quantities to suit, at the lew. aajouung campt supplied on short CAPITOL SALOON, MALa STRUT, PIOCHE. J". XX. OAB8IDY, f PROPRIETOR. K TH Re8T "wTHES, IIQUORS AMD GtOARS taat . obUlnabl. 2, th. Unit4 " Bljldtt Armory Hall Saloon, ( F.naerlr known aa BUOKEYE, yynx u BEBSArrEB ooiroconD hy K. et. MANI.EY, ProprUtar. The choicest brands of WINES. T.IOCOM and 0IOARS will alwars b. Jonndllt tta air ,; k.. , ,., , ., .1 ; , .... , , : Fisher E, Tnistee 10M Fisher E, Trustee , .H8 Fisher E, Trustee IM Glazier I Co, Trustees ... 439 Glazier I k Co. Trustees ... GO Glazier I A Oo. Trustees ... 6'J Glazier I A Co, Trusteea ... ? Glazier I A Co, Trustees ... (! Glover k htark, Trustees. . . 571 Glover A htirk, Trusteea.,. ae'J Olover A Stark, Trustee. ,. 4:i0 Gordon C P, Trutlee (!:(7 Glge i H P, Trustee tut Hutchinson John, Trustee.. 'iCH Hutchinson John. Trustee.. 614 Holmes A k Co, Trustees. . , IW1 Hughes W A, Trustee. ..... 874 Huuhes W A. Trustee 876 Hughes w A, Trustee 878 10 It) IU . IU 10 10 t 58 Kw luu W 'Ml 10 10 to I to a t so no 60 1 50 60 60 7 1 i 10 10 10 10 10 10 .6 6 10 10 10 10 91 20 96 ' 9ft 'Mi SO 10 10 60 Ml 100 100 100 Hal 10 10 - 60 60 loo urn 60 60 100 101 60 60 l 'JO 10 10 Ml 60 HO 100 , 60 60 ao 30 M 60 'JO 10 6 6 40 40 'JO 'JO 100 100 60 60 100 HO 100 lit) luo im 1110 1IU 101 100 1( 100 10 10 . 20 'JO : ao 3o loo luo 10 10 16 15 10 HI 30 50 1110 lit) 0 311 5 J 20 30 20 10 'in 3u 16 1ft 'o ':o 21 31 10 10 10 10 76 75 76 76 Hat loo 10 lo in 10 lo 10 10 10 5HI too 60tl too tft 36 10 10 100 110 111) 1(10 26 33 6 6 10 10 10 10 10 10 60 60 60 At) 611 60 UU UK) 10 10 60 60 100 luo loo las no loo 6 6 S3 3J 15 16 65 C6 60 -60 10 10 30 30 1110 1110 loo leo loo loo loo loo luo loo 100 1110 50 (0 10 10 in in 6 6 30 30 '50 ro '60 61) l 67 C7 60 60 1 1 60 60 60 60 I 60 60 60 60 JrttaWM ialrs. . nrwart RllTr . . 50 10 3 ft - to . 100 wo lUO 60 60 loy ( 16 1 90 , 20 60 6 10 lot) 60 100 101) 60 66 10 20 35 , 9 to ao 60 . 6 ; 8 3 3b 25 33 60 IM no HO 60 1(H) !0 luo ''i-t.LincS fc. . . " -! T 1. nrTW, v.rf. -. . .-.U' . . aaeeasaient ts0. i, levied on ,K?"" ol iJece-uber. 1.7J, the J7eriT t ,' " naniee o( hold ra, aa follows : Kanee. . "0' e.ef Allkire a H Tnisii.; rts. 6 IM 4 4 to M W70 ls-a ...!) ... .. K ... l ...2V44 ...a i 3610 lio ...27(4 ;a ...IU i H14 10) ...26. ...2078 t 11H 26 IU) 100 .".I 2145 Ml .2103 10 J1 IU) . .2SV4 loo iJii no ..2636 IU) .346 61) ..3i.-. J,,, ...3578 fcj 2021 no lit) Hughea W A. Trustee 877 Hayward G F, Trustee (fill Hughes R. Trustee 1355 M. Haffle Jamee, Trustee. . . 12M Noble H H. Ttnatee 839 Noble H H, Trustee 1157 Noble H H, Trustee........ 9(3 Noble H H, Trustee 9e4 Noble H H, Trustee 1504 Powning A Howard.Trust.. VK3 Peck L P. Trustee 6J6 Richardson E A. Trustee. , . 232 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . 423 Richardson E A, Trustee... 646 Richardaon E A, Trustee, . . 648 Richsrdson E A, Trustee. .. 60T Richardson K A, Trustee.,. 608 Richardson E A, Trustee... 770 Richardson E A, Trustee... 243 Richardson E A, Trustee... 076 Richardson E A, Trustee. ,.1007 Richardson E A, Trustee . , .1011 Richardson E A, Trustee... 1118 Richardson K A, Trustee... 11 70 Richardson E A. Trustee. . .12.2 Richardson E A, TrusUe . . .1386 Richardson E A, Trustse...ldllO Keed H R. Trustee ,..12S8 Heed II R, Trustee. 13611 Schmieden Hy Trustee.... 341 Rchmiedell Hy Trustee. .. . 677 Sleeper Geo, Trustee., 350 Spinney Geo R, Trust, ..... 345 Kpuiney Geo R, Trust 611 Spinney Geo R, Trust 1190 Spinney Geo It, Trust 1278 Spinney Geo R, Trust 1332 Spinney Geo R, Trust KMJ Turnbull W A Co, Trust. ..10S3 Filler J Clem, Trustee 146 l.'hler J Clem, Trustee leo Chler J Clem. Trustee. .. . 164 White II H, Trustee 816 Wmans J C. Trustee 12tJ WriKht W H, Trustee 1112 Wade A P 7( 8 Aud in accordance with law and an order of the Hoard of Directors, tnade on the sixteenth day of December, la73, ao many shares of each parcel of auch etock aa may be neoeseary will be sold at public auction, at the salesroom of John Middleton A Son, No. 310 Montgomery St., Sen Francisco California, oil Thuraela', Ihs) Xintentli lay r Frbrusry, 1874, at the hour of two o'clocjt p. m. of snch day, to pay the delinquent ssseasments thereon, to gether with costa of advertising and expenses of the Bsle, GEO. It. RPrKVFY, Secrelarv. Office No. S20 California street; Rouni Ho. 6, San Francisco 4Jsl. . j38-td JO 111 :t U) no 1(10 luo 60 60 luo 6 10 1 38 . 10 60 6 '" 10 luo 60 100 1U 60 SO 10 'JO 26 26 60 30 61) 6 8 3 30 36 25 60 100 100 100 . 60 100 30 loo 60 70 60 20 60 50 SJ 3 IU) 21CM 5iifl 221 1(1 2245 31) 2310 30 23211 2:iS6 2333 247T ..24K 3i:i7 . .2Sl6 . .'.'.'.H3 ..2000 ..346 3W) ..KM M . .2S4 ..278 .. 5. J 20 60 lm 60 ll to loo 60 Baelev I) T Tmu,u' ptattley I) T Trustee Brown WHbal Bergman. I "" Brown U Trustee.....".'.' Brown R Tnistee ' Brown R Truftee.... Baldrldge M Trustee.. "' BraJey A 11 Trustee.... t'avallier J P Trustte, Charles H A Trustee... ' Cop. O W Trustos ' Cope G W Trustee Cahill ft Co E. Trustee. ' Cahill A Co E. Trusteee.."".lij, l.,,,,, lu jl, irusiees.... it.iT Cahill A Co E, Trustees... .. Cahill A Co K, Trusteea.. 'rjjl Coiuihlin John D, Trust oe i4 Crandall W G, Trustee.., v2 I'rMdillVa Crandall W O, Trustee OraiKlsil W a. Trustee. Crandall W G, TrusUe... Crandall W G, Trustee.. uranoal! w tt. Trustee, Crandall W G, Trustee...! Crandall W G, Trustee. Crandall W G, Tnistee... Crandall W G, Trustee,.. Crandall W O. Trustee... Cramlall W G. Trustee Ha crandall v. u, Trustee -jfi? .-ranaau w u, trustee 3C.57 Crandall W G, Truslee ofg S, Crandall W O, Trustee 2758 loo Crandall W G, Trustee..,, ..2is t., fK....iuii tt- n . . w..ui, .. u, iiumivK Crosby F w, Trust 2tP3 liizon R 8, Trustee 2478 Diion B 8, Trustee 2726 Duncan n L, Trustee 'jh.m t'enuy c Stevenson 'lnsleeT'.'S Denny A Stevenson Ttustees2H-j9 Fisher E, Trainee 'jpjy Fi.her E, Truste..,...,,,,..21j4 fisher K, Truslee 21-jy 6, Fisher E, Trustee 2130 300 r isner r., i rustee..., Fisher K, Trustee. ... Fisher K, Trustee. . . Fisher E, Trustee., rishir k. Trustee.. FIslier E, Trustie... Fisher E, Trustee. . , Fisher E. Trustee. . . Fisher E, Trustee... t isher E, trustee Fisher E, Trustee F'islier E, Trustee Fisher E, trustee Fislur E, Trustee Fisher E. Trustee r isher r.. Trustee 2M 6f Fisher E. trustee 27K8 li) uiambonl N 6.f3 25 Gordon C P, Trustee 26(13 60 Olszier A t:o 1, Trustees. .. .2J72 3110 Glsrler A Co I, Trustees 2I5 50 Hublisah Jos 8i'9 10 Holmes A Co A, Trustees . . .2371) 30 Hrlmes A Oo A, Trustees . . .24o 20 no)mes A Co A, Trustees . . .2.73 20 II clmee A Co A, Trustees . . .2(1:17 10 Hounea A Co A. Tnistee. . , .262 6) Hi.Kins W L, 'Iruste. 245S U) Husaey 3 L, Tnistee 2770 25 Jones Frauk, Trustee 16S7 M Kusel John 4e5 25 Keith W H 3f5 60 lzure I, T Trustee '...2016 5u I,azur. L T Trustee 260 60 ljuture L T Trustee 2460 611 Lscure L T Trustee 'J6t8 20 lzure L T Trustee 2812 50 Latham A Co J. II, Trustees 1140 Ml Ixrreland I. F, Tiustee 23ft9 60 Marina E J de Sta, Trustee.. li'Jt 10 Marina E J de bla. Trustee.. 605 10 McDonald M J, Trustee.., I47C luo MlnearAP 1C05 5 MrHeine A Co James, Trust.24f 5 10 Noble H H, Trustee 473 23 Noble H II, Trustee 1742 01 Noble H H, Trustee 2136 60 Noble H H . Trustee 2185 6(1 Noble H H, Trustee..., Noble U II, Trustee.... NobleH H, Trustee.... Noble H II, Trustee. . . . Noble H H.Trnstee.... Noble 11 H.Trnstee.... Noble H H, Trustee.... Noble H H, Trustee. ... Noble H H, Trustee.... Noble H II. trustee 2576 Noble H H, Trustee 2C88 Noble U H, Trustee 'J.'.hs Noble H H, Trustee 2fl Noble H H, Trustee ..2703 Noble H H, Trustee 2754 Noble H H, Trustee 3756 Noble H H.Trnstee 2756 Noble H H, Trustee 2I6 Norwood W E, Trustee 1542 Norwood w E, Trustee... Norwood W E. Trustee. ., Norwood W E, Trustee.. Norwood W E. Trustee.. Norwood W E, Trustee.. Norwood W E.Truste... Norwood W E, Trustee 2700 Norwood W E, TniBtee 2701 Perkhstn F, L. Trustee 2S8 Parker A Fry, Truat4je 2116 Psrkerfc Frv.Tmstees 2118 PowulnnA Howsrd, Trusts s2ft73 Richardson E A, Truatn..... 526 Richsrdson E A. Tnistee.... 773 Richardson t A, Trustee.... TS7 Richardson E A, Trustee. Richardson E A. Tnistee... .1' 72 Richardson E A, Trustee... .173 Richardson E A, Tnistee. . . . 11174 Richardson E A, Trustee. ...1(75 Hichardsou E A, Trustee. . . .1707 Richardson E A, trash 1711 Richardson E A, trustee 17-8 Richardson K A, trustee 1751 Richardson B A, trustee.... 1753 Richsrdson E A, trustee.... 1MV7 Richsrdson K A, tnistee. ...IK18 Richsrdson E A, trustee.... 2019 Richsrdson t A, trustee.... 3091 60 ltichsnlson E A, trustee. . . .24W0 20 Richsrdson K A, trustee. . . .2311 t Richsrdson E A, trustee , . . .23-0 100 Richsrdson E A. trasle. 2518 HO Richsrdson E A, trustee 2618 luo 25H5 1UU IU l;n, ISO lis X) 37 lo ISO 104 . lM 150 IS 153 760 Hi 6) 30 19 78 U11 15U 75 IS II Ut IU) 150 159 ISO loo luO 100 50 25 50 50 ,.32:i2 . 2414 ,.2458 ..'UNI ..54i:2 ..2403 ..2607 . .2502 2a4 50 50 10 60 KJ0 60 60 60 iro 60 66 ..3133 50 ..22H6 1.0 . .2au7 60 ..2308 60 ...2327 100 ...2302 llfl 50 50 100 100 no 10 26 50 10 61) 10 10 10 10 60 UO i 101) 100 15 50 200 Richardson E A, tnistee,. tisrrlanous. Change of Proprietors. H AVING DISPOSED OF THE STOCK AND GOOD WILL of the Pioneer Itsblea to Mr. Lehman, X cordially recommend him to all my late patrons. . H. BISSIKUMER.' ' Pioche, NeT., Jan. 8, 1874. HAVING BECOME THE OTOPRIKTOR OF th. " Pioneer Stables," on Meadow Valley street, in Pioche, I propose to keep the ami in s manner to auit the times, and to Insure success and satisfaction. First class turnouts of .very description BuRRies snd Buggy tesms imsurpsssed this side of Kan Francisco. First claas Saddle Horses. Stock kept on most reasonable terms, and satisfaction guaranteed. Only give me a trial. J'a-ml JS, p. LEHMAN. DANCING ACADEMY, BACH RESPKCTFirLT.T ANNOmtmrB that he has commeisfteft e4vlne leMti. in All the lstest Slid most fashionable dances tsujjht, and Mr. B. will gusrante. to make each pupil an accomplished ball-room dancsr after one conrM. - Classes for Gentlemen (new beglnnefi) from I to 8 o'clock Tuesday nnd Friday evenings. Regular classes from g M 10 arm. evenings. Clssses for ladies and Children from S to I p. m. Tueedaya and Fridays F'or further particulars, apply at the hall. l37-tf - -. It. BACH.' PUBLIC NOTICE. VTO PER BON 0 PERSONS ARE AUTHOR. Iced to contract debts on my account, nor iu 1 pay any arm so eoBtracteo- Jal-tf j . , .( P.HOLLAND.' Richardson E A. Trustee. ...2504 23 Richardson E A, Tnistee. . . .3(147 100 Richardaon E A, Tnistee. . . .MHO Rirhardsoa E A. Trustee.. . .2702 Richardson K A , Trustee .... 2714 Richardson E A, Trustee.. ..2771 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . 23 Richardson E A, Tnistee. . . .2u2 Russell J B, Trustee 3077 Schmilt M, lmstee 808 Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2411 Schmieden Hv.Tnrstee 24JT Schmieden Hy, Tnistee 3500 Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2e21 Schmieden lly. Trustee 2YJ3 Schuiitt C.A, TnisUe 1740 HrhmittC A, Trustee ,.1813 Hleeoer Geo. Triistee . . . . 1025 Kesder John H.Trnstee 2632 K0 Turnbull ft Co W, Tnistee. 2401 30 Trsnor A Knox, Trustees... 17H0 !6 Tavlor Wm 8, Trustee 2r3 60 Taylor Wm S, Trustee 2084 ' thler J Clem, Trustee 001 l1" filler J Clem, Tmstee.bal.. fi'4 8 I hler J Clem, Irnstes) 1218 f filler J Clem, Trustee 1313 M Vhlee J Clem. TriMt.w 25H0 10 l:iiuont J N. Trustee. 1 3-D 60 Viinont J N, Tnistee Wood. A Freeborn , Trust Wilson William Wall J 8, Trustee Winter P, Trustee Whit. II H, Trustee V, Int. II H.Trnstee Whiter H, Tnistee Wsde A P, Tnistee Wolf Y, Tnistee.... Wolf F. Trustee., .. Wright W H, Trustee is; ISO 7S 75 IS ISO 75 1(5 IS n IS 75 r.a ise is 16 so IS 45 : 75 1SII 75 15u ISO 75 am 3U0 45 75 M 17 50 7t soo 7S IS 45 135 IS . as 75 37 50 "S 37 7. 75 75 II 10 75 150 75 15 15 150 "50 16 3710 li 75 7S 71 iso Us 150 75 UM II ;s 7! 7! II 75 151 75 71 75 la) "5 a 71 150 IS 75 iso 1511 IS IS ISO 159 ISO 15 37 SO 15 IS 45 IS IS 15 II 75 UO 7a) ISO 150 TlX 75 300 ! 30 150 151) ISO 110 150 Sl 150 75 ' 75 150 10 75 0 K 15 45 II 75 30 750 S7S0 ' 71 75 150 37 50 15 IS W 4J0 JTS 37 SO 78 75 37 ! 15 75 75 30 IM 78 IS IS M 15 19)4 5 order ' ,3fi'J3 .2718 .MM . 204 ... .15-'5 .... 68' 1784 .....2721 2728 22S5 1M2 ,..2lil 293 v . . .rM...u 20U2 And In ireoiiuuri with law aad sn ort" the Board of Trastees, msde on ' ". Jj. Dccembor, 1873, so many shares '"".t, ecl of said stock ss may be neeesstrr wi sold st public suctien at the ' Mleawon i ' Middleton k 803, No.310Montponicry r San Francisco, California, on 'it the Fourth rt.y of KehTV"'?'! to W the hour of twelve o'clock at. said delinquent assessment tmte y With cost, of advertising U Offlc: RoomNo.l,No,4UlCaWnu1,7 (Un Franciaco, ' "omr. Portland ' ",',""5 Company. location of P7Df1,0S,icji of business. San Francisco, 1cJ,1'0IX'ourcoiui'r. works. Sly Mining District. ""J" , mett Nevsda .-Notice is hereby T1" i,,th M ing i th. Board of Directors.hel Ion tl of January, 1874, an easement (N''iM ilu five oenta per share wss levied upM inly stock of the corporation, SpTtrT In Vnlted 6Utes goid coin. J MtoaM the office of th. Company, No.43 atreet, San 1'ncisco C.liloriiis. , ,,)! Any atock upon which rebrusrj. remain unpaid on the .'ertiseJ 1874, will 0. delinquent, and juve,,, sal. at public auction, and unless r . imr ni.de before, will be "JJJit of Harsh, 1874, lo psy V ffJStiiing " metit, together with costs of wl" ipeaseaof sale. Sr.TU.Tt.. th.Dirctc.oul. Ofllce: No. 4S8 California sire. lM4 tsco. Cal. : " LOST I riHECK NO. 13. DRAWN MBJSlJ,i C for 1X0, on Well., f tiSillen A Donshue. All J?" t bert negotisting for the Mmcaepajme., stopped, .; ' '