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MINING LAW. UwiT CirrM Gmwrmimg tmm Loc. ..&, Holding mm Werkls f MlnlMtf 1-tims I pats ths Ps.bUe DosBaJ-t Below Till be fotmd an sbstrsct of the Mining Lwi of th United BUtcs, as pawed by Con grsi and approved May lu, 1872. Tiu-u arv the laat, and senoe Um wily miauig law of fviu-rii nttrssi and foros, with tits singl tscptioB of a portion of lection 9, in reference to tits rv loca tion of tlsisas and mines located prior to the pataage of the g'wral mining law. The Act amending the section alluded to will also be found, following the general law modifying sec tion ft, ao that a claim located prior to My 1 UTS, la sot mbjert to relegation until Jmw If, 174. AN ACT to promote the devt-lopmtut of the Mining reaourra of the Cnited St.tn' be it suscleti by the Hetist and Uouw of It-p-reaentativee of tlie Vnited 8tatett of AiiM-rit a in I'ongreaa aMrmbled, That all vslusM inint ril deposit in lands belonnitjg to the United Sutrt.. both surveyed and unaurv. yd, srf hereby de clared to hi fr and omn to exploration and purchase, ft ud tb lauds in whivb tiiey re tound to oc-uisttin sii'l j.urdis'-e by citizens of the Tailed SUUr and tii.ta who hire declared the-rv inti-iitimi to b- come each, undrre)fulatiun prescrited ly law, and according to the local customs or ruls vt niiutrs, in tlie serei-sl mtnint; districts, tu far the same are aiplichle and nut in-tnsititt-nt with the laws of the 1'nlted States. Ktc. 2. That mining claims upn veins or lodes of quarts or other ruck in plsce t-ariug gold, silver, t-uinabar, lead, tin, cyjiptT, or oth- r valuable de)otnla hi-relofore located, sUall be governed as to lenijth along the vein or lode by the customs, regulations, and laws in force at tbeda eof their location. A mimngclsini lntiil after the passage of thin act, whether located l.y one or more persons, may equal, but rhall ti"t exceed one thousand live hundred feet in length along the vein or lode ; but no location of a min ing claim shall le made until the Ilvoery of the vein or lode within the limits of thccluiin located. No claim shall extend m-n ttian three hundred feet un each side of the middle of the vein at the surface, nor shall any claim be lim ited by any mining regulation to lees than twenty-five feet on each ante of the middle of the vein at the surface, except where adverse rights exist ing at the passage of tins act shall render such limitation necessary. The end-liiiea cf each claim shall be parallel to each other. Hec. 8. That the locators of all minim; loca tions heretofore made, or which hall hereai't.-r lt inade, on any mineral vein, lode, or ledge, sit uated on the public domain, their heirs and as signs, where no adverse claim ciiiits at th .nut sage of this set, so long as they comply with the laws of the I" ni ted Htates, and the State, Ti no torial end local regulations Uot in couilict with said lawa of the United States governing their je tton thereof ss the applicant aba 11 appear, frotn the decision uf the court, to rightly powers. If it shall appear, frosa the decision of the court, that several parties are entitled to separate and dirt. r-nt puctioas of the claiau. each party may pay foe his portion of the claim, with the prop er fwee, and ftle the cvrtiAcat and description by the f wrrry. Henral , wberupo the regisU-r shall certify the proceedings ajid JadgsuAfat-rnH to the Commissioner of the Land Oflicv.at in the preceding case, and patents shall taane to the several muties accordin to their respective rights. Proof of citizenship under this set. or ! tit- act or July 'lain ,,, and July , .7( in trie raw of en iu'livtdual. may consist in his own sthdsvit thereof, and in cane of an association cf perwmn umm-orpori.4-d of the athilavit of their autbonzed agent, nude on hie own knowledyr or nion informs tun and ttelk-f , and in caae f a oirvration organized under the lawa of the V mted Htates, or of any Biate or Territory of the I nited 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 patent fore uumug claim to any person w list ever. Sec. 8. That the description of rein or lode clmnis. njx'n surveyed lauds, shall designate the location of the ciaitn with reference to the line of the public surveys, but need not conform therewith : but where a patent shall issued as sforesaid for claims upon unsnr veyed lands, the Surveyor General in extending the survey , shall adjust the aame to the houn-d-ines of such patented claims, according to the plat or description thereof, but so a in no cae to interfere with or change the location of any such patented claim. Stc. 9. That sections one, two, three, four and six. of an act entitled 'An Act granting the rif ht of way to dit' h and canal owners overthe public lands, and for other purposes.' approved July tUMity-wvth. eighteen huxulred and anty-six. are her-by repealed, but such repeal shall not aftWt existing rights. Applications for patents for miuing claims now iettdmg may be prose cuted to a tiiial decision in the General Land Office: but in en"h cases where adverse rights are not affected thereby, patents may issue In pursuance of the provisions of this act; and all patents for mining claims heretofore istued under the act of July twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, shall convey all the rights and privileges conferred by this act where no adverse rights exist st the time of the pasbaye of this set. tit . U. That the act entitled "An Act to aiu''nd an aet grantiLg the right of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for othtr lMirnoses.' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred and seventy, shall be and remain in i full force, except as to tne proceedings to obtain a patent which shall be similar to the proceed ing prescribed by wet ions six and seven of this a t for obtaining patents to vein or lode rlaims; but where said placer-claims shall be npon sur veyed lands, and conform to legal subdivisions, no' further survey or plat shall be required, and all placer mining claims hereafter located shall conform sr. near as practicable with the lTnited butts system of public land surveys and the n-c tttiifiilar subdivisions of such surveys, and no such location shall include more than twenty acre for each individual claimant, but where placer-claims cannot te conformed to legal sub- rinttn( Offirt. Xrgal. tfiaarsand Jobarro. Delinquent Taxes. xcvaua. ivixTV or l.IX- OFFICE OP THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD. STEAM POWER PREES KMPIiOYKD. This establishment Is supplied with a large assortment of nawettt styles of OTATE Of ; O OOLX. Kstsra m Malts C awssjesterd. To the following -named defendants snd to ail rlaimaais to ths rl etst and improvsiaents. sbta sisi anil sepsrasely. nersinsftor dssenbed, known or unknown: You are hereby niD-d that suits have fee commenced before J. B. Van Bagen, Justus of the Peace, in the Justice s Covrt of the Township Plot ho. I'mly uf Lincoln, and niate of Nevada, by the etata .4 Nevada, plaint ill. against each of the defendants hereinafter named and ecb of the following described tracts or pervls of land, with the im proTstnents, when separately assessed, and all owners of or claimants to the same, known or unknown, to recover the tax and delinquency asseased to said defendautasgeinst said property for the fiscal rear commencing on the 1st day of January, a. D. lsTS, and ending the lt day of lecaber, A. D. and that a summons has been duly issued in each case: and you are fur ther notincd that unless you appear and answer the eons plain nlsd, on or before Tie) 6tsa slaw T February, A. D. 17 t, mt 14 a'elock an. of tfeat star, Judgment will he takn against yon and the rwal estate and improvements herein dearrilwd for the amounts oi tax and delinquency spet ied and costs of suit. Oeacriptlon of Prasrvy. 1 A Cnrtis, the potery rlsim to ranch tn ranranagat alley, coniainios: acres of f land, and tmprovenienta. and situated west of t and adjoining the ranch of, P. Wright: tax i and percentage .. John Cocroft, the possessory claim tn 160 acres I of land at Hiko and iuiprowmepts; tax and ! uerceutaoe flu .no. El Dorado Mill, ten-stamp mill lu El Dorado Canyon, at the Junction of the Gl Dorado Can. oo with the Colorado river: tax and perotut age 114.40. J Jennings, the possessory claim to IffO acres cf land, with improvements, at St Thomas; tax and percentage luo.lu. W L Kings, the possessory claim to ranch In Hiko Valley and improvements, soush of Gear's ranch: tax and percentage Patterson k Lsssell, the possessory claim to 320 acrvs of land and tmprovemeuta at Overton; tax and percentage oX.Mti. Samuel Younar. one smelting furnace and tram way in Freiberg District, known as the liorn. uig btar Co, a works; tax and percentage io. GEO. G0LDTHWA1TR, District Attorney Lincoln County, Xt, f W. H. TKAVIH, ; Sheriff Lincoln County, Xev, uatoa rioehe, December ihts. ja;t-td FROM fltUuqmut ialrs, TO T II K Smokers & Friends of Tobacco Pioche and Lincoln County. AS I IX ABOIT TO RETIRE FUOM Bl gl ue 1 will Kll fur tta ant U in mr ro ut Hock of Cigars, Tobaccoes, Cutlery, XTotions, . Etc. Etc. At GREATLY BEDUCED SATES! This Is a bona fide sale, and no humbug. p.HweSfcory title, shall have the exclusive rilit of jwjssession sod enjoyment of all the surface in cluded within the lines of their locations slid of all veins, lodes, and ledgrs throughout the entire depth, the top or apex of which lies inside of such surface-lines extended aownward vertical ly, although such veins, lodes or ledges may so far depart from a perpendicular in their course downward ss to extend outside the vertical side lines of aaid surface locations: Provided, that their right of possession to such outside parts uf such veins or ledges shall be confined to such portions thereof as lie U'tween vertical planes drawn downward as aforesaid, through the end lines nf their locations, so continued in their owu direction that such planes will intersect such exttrior parts of said veins or ledges: And provided further, that nothing in this sort ion 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 npon the surface of a claim owned or posset-st-d by another. Hec. 4. That where a tunnel i 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 possesion of all veins or lodt s within three thousand feet from the face of such tunnel on the line thereof, not previously known to eiist, discovered in such tunnel, to the sam extent as if discovered from the surface; and locations on the line of such tunnel of veins or lodes not appearing on the surface, matin by other parties after the commencement uf the tunnel, and while the same is being prosecub d with reasonable diligence, shall be invalid; but tail ure to prosecute the Work on the tunnel for six months shall be considered as an abandon ment of the right to all undiscovered vuios on : the line of said tunnel. Hbo. 5. That the miners of each mining dis- ! trict msymake ruins and regulations not in con tliL't with the laws of the United Ktates, or with the laws of the ntate or Territory in which the district is situated, governing the location, man ner of recording, amount of work necessary to hold possession of a mining claim, subject to the following requirements: Location must 1 distinctly marked on the gronnd so thst its boundaries can be readily traced. All records of mining claims hereafter made shall contain the name or names of the locators, dute of the loca tion, and such a description of the claim or claims located by refercnence to some natural object or permanent monument as will identify the claim. On each claim local rd after the pas sage of this act. and until a patent shall have beenis8uedthprefor.no less than one hundred dollars worth of labor diall 1 performed or im provements made during eurh jar. On all claims located prior to tin passage of this act, ten dollars' worth of labor shall be performed or improvements made each year for each one hundred feet in length along the vein until a patent shall have been issued therefor; butwhercsuchiiaiins are held in common, such expenditure maybe made upon any one claim; and upon a failure to comply with those conditions, the claim or mine upon which such failure occurred shall 1m open to re-location m the same manner as if no loca tion of the same had evprbeen made: provided, That the original locators, their heirs, assigns, or legal representatives, have not re sumed work upon the claim after such fit i hire and before auch location. I'pon the failure of any one of several co-owners to contribute his portion of the expenditures required by this act. the co-owners who have performed thelaburor msue the improvements may, at tne expiration of the year, give such delinquent co owner per sonal notice in writing or notice by publication in tne newspaper published nearest the claim for at least once a woek for ninety days, and if at the expiration of ninety da? s after auch notice in writing or by publication such delinquent should tail or refuse to contribute his proportion to comply with this sot, his interest in the claim .hall become the property of his co-owners who have made the required expenditure, Kko. 6. That a patent for any laud claimed and located for valuable deposits may lo oti- tainea in tne touowing manner: auv person, association, or corporation authorized to locate a claim under tms set. naviue claimed ami located a pieco of land for such purposes, who has, or have, complied with the terms of thin act, may hie in the proper land-office an application for a patent, uuder oath, showing sucn compliance, together with a plat and field-notes of the claim or claims in common, made by or under the di rection of the United States Surveyor General, showing accurately the boundaries of the claim or claims, which shall be distinctly marked by monuments on the ground, and shall post a copy of such plat, together with a notice of 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 file an affidavit of at least two persons that such notice has been duly posted as sforesaid, and shall file a copy of said notice in such land-office, and shall thereupon be entitled to a patent for aaid 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 ieriod of sixty days, in a newspaper to be by him desig nated as published nearest to said clnim; and he shall also post such notice In his oflloe for the same per.od. The claim at the time of filing this application, or at any time thereafter, with in the aixty days of publication, shall file with the register a certificate of the United States Hurveyor General that five hundred dollars worth of labor has been expended or improve ments made upon the claim by himself or gran tors; that the plat is correct, with such further description by such reference to natural objects or permanent monuments as shall identify the claim, and furnish an accurate description, to be incorporated in the patent. At the expiration of the aixty days of publication the claimant shall Ills his affidavit, showing that the plat and no tice have been posted in s conspicuous place on 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 st the expiration of the sixty days of publication it ahall be assumed that the applicant Is entitled to a patent, upon the payment to the proper of ficer of five dollars per acre, and that no adverse claim exists; and thereafter no objection from third parties to the Issuance of a patent shall be heard, except it be shown that the applicant has failed to comply with this act. Beo. 7. That where an adverse cTatm shall be filed daring the period of publication, it shall be upon oath of the person or persona making the asms, snd shall show the nature, boundaries, snd extent of such adverse claim, and all pro ceedings, except the publication of notice and making snd filing of the affidavit thereof, shall be stayed until the controversy shall have been settled or decided by a court of competent juris diction, or the adverss claim waived. It shall Us the duty of the adverse claimant, within thirty days after filing bis claim, to commence proceedings in a court of competent lurisdiction to determine the question of the right of posses sion, snd prosecute the same with reasonable diligence, to flci Jadgment; and s failure so to do shall be a waiver of his adverse claim. After each ludgment shall have been rendered, the party entitled to the possession of the claim, or any portion thereof, insy, without giving fur ther notice, file s certified copy of the Judgment roll with the register of ths land office, together with the certlflcau of the Surveyor-General that the requisite amount of labor has been expen ded, or Improvements made thereon, and the description required in other esses, snd shall pay to the receiver five dollars per acre for his slsisa, together with the proper fees, whereupon the whole proceedings and the Judgment-roll shall be esrtlfied by the register to the Oommiav stonsr of tba General Lsnd-Omce, and s patent hall Issue- tbvrson for the claim, or sucVpor. Type, Borders, Assorted Stationery ision, survey and plat shall be made as on unsurveyfd lands: Provided, That proceedings now pt-uding nisy be prosecuted to their final determination under existing laws; but the pro. visions of this art, when not in conflict with ex istin laws, Miall apply to such cases; And pro vided also, That where by the segregation of mineral land In any leal subdivisions quantity of ani ulturut hind less than forty acres re mains, stud fractional portion of agricultural land may be entered by any party qualified by law, for homestead or pre-emption purposes. Hv.c, 11. That where the same person, associa tion or con tor at ion in possession of a placer claim, and also a vein or lode included within the boundaries thereof, application Bhall be made for a patent for the placer-claim, with the statement that it includes 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 grunting the riht of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other pur poses;' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred and Bcveuty) n patent shall issue for the placer clsim, including such vein or kU, upon the payment of five dollars per acre fur such vein or lode i'lalm, and twenty-five feet of surface on each side 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 tli lb act, is known to exist within the boundaries of a pliicer-claim, an application for a patent for such placer-clauu, which does not include an ap plication for the vein or lode claim, shall be construed as a conclusive declaration that the ela mant of the placer-claim has no right of pos session oi tne vein or loae claim; nut wncre tne existence of a vein or lode In a placer-claim is not known, a patent lor the placr-claim shall convey all valuable mineral and other deposits within th boundaries tliereol. 8t:c. li That the Surveyor-General of the X tiited States may appoint in each land district containing mineral lands as many competent surveyors as shull apply for appointment to sur vey mining claims. The ei wuses of the survey of veiu or luile claims, snd the survey and sub division of placer claims into smaller quantities than one hundred and sixty acres, together with the coRt of publication of notices, shall be paid by the applicants, and they shall be st liberty to ob tain the same st the most reasonable rates, and thcyslwill alhu be at liberty toemploy any United States Deputy Surveyor to make the survey. The Comiiitss loner of the General Laud-OtHce shull also have power to establish the 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 mines are situated, fr the publication of mining notices in such district, snd fix the rates to be charged by such paper; and, to the end that the Commis sioner may be fully informed on the subject, each applicant shall file with the llegistera sworn stntement of all charges and fees paid by said applicant for publication and surveys, to gether with all fees and money paid the Kesister and Ileceiverof the land-office, which statement shall be transmitted, with the papers in the cose, to th Commissioner of the General Land Office. The fees of the Register and the lie. reiver 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 fees and allowances to be paid by the ruspertivs parties: and no other fees shall be charged by them in such caws. Nothing inthis set shall be construed to enlarge or affect the rights of either party in regard to any property in controversy at the time ol the passage of this act, or of the act entitled "An act grHnting ths right ef way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other purposes," approved July Hfi, 180fl, nor shall this set affect any right acquired under said act; and nothing in this act shall be con strued to repeal, impair, or in any wsy affect the provisions of tlie act entitled "An act granting to A. Hutro the right of way snd other privileges to aid in the construction of a draining and ex ploring tunnel to the Comslock Ixjde, in the State of Nevada," approved July 25ih, 1866. bfce. i:i. That all affidavits required to-be made under this act, or the act to which it is amendatory, may be verified before any olficer authorized to administer oaths within the land district where the claims may be situated, and all testimony and proofs may be taken before any such officer, and, when duly certified by thu officer taking the same, shall have the same force and elloct as if taken before the Register and Receiver of the Land Office. In caseH of contest as to the mineral or agricultural character of land, the testimony and proofs may be taken as herein provided, on personal notice of at least teu dsys 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 Land Office ss published nearest the location of such land ; and the Register shall require proof that suob notice has been given. Bkc. 14. That where two or more veins inter sect or cross each ether, 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 ths subsequent locatiou shall have the right of way through said space of intersection for the pur poses of the convenient working of the 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 cluding all the space of intersection. Sec. 15, That where non-mineral land not contiguous to the vein or lode is used or occu pied by the proprietor of such vein or lode for mining or milling purposes, sucn nou-adjacent Burface ground may be embraced snd included in an application for s patent for such vein or lode, and the same may be patented therewith, subject to the same preliminary requirements as to survey 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 same rate ss fixed by this set for the superficies of the lode. The owner of a quartz mill or reduction works, not owning s mine in connection therewith, may slso receive a patent for his mill-sits, as provi ded in this section. Bkc. 16. That all sets and parts of sets I neon slstent 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, lb72. CHAP.crxiV.-An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act to promote the Development of the Mining Resources o United States.' Be it enacted by t and House of Ken- resentstives of the fnited States of America in Congress assembled, 4'hst the provisions of the fifth section of the Act entitled "An Act to pro mote the development of the mining resources of the United Stated' passed May tenth, eigh teen hundred and seventy-two, which requires expenditures of labor and Improvements on claims located prior to the passage of said Act, are hereby so amended that the time for the first annual expenditure on claims located prior to ths passage of said Act shall )m extended to the tenth of June, eighteen b tndrcd snd seventy four. Approved March 1, 1U73. KD All THE.. MODERN MACHINERY CMFLOVKO IN THE EXECUTION soos and jos mum BEST OF JOB PRESSES! Notice of Dissolution of Copartnership. -VJOTICE IS HRREBY GIVEN THAT THE i. copartnership buBiiwm hp.retofore carried on In Pioche, Nevada, by A. M. PMlrvi and S. H. Carman, under the firm name and atrle of POI I.EV8 CARMAN, a. Blark.mith,, la thu da? diaftolved by mutual cunacnt. H. H. Carman will pay all debta due by the late Arm, and he ia alone authorized to collect billa due to the firm. 8. H. Carman will continue the business at the old stand, where he will be ready to transact business for old cuirtomers and all others who may apply. A.M. POI.l.EYS, X. 11. CARMAN. Pioche, XcTada. Dec. 2V. 1KT3. dUOJOd PRITCHARD'S DAILY FAST FREICHT LINE FROM - PALISADE, via EUREKA to PIOCHE. FAST FBBIOIIT, Time About 60 Hours. LOW FRKIUHT TIME FOl'KTKEN DAY. Mark goods care of Pritchard, Palisade. Diamond $ LOOK AT MY PRICE LIST OF TOBACCOES: 4 Plugs Cable Coil fur fcl.OO 3 do. Cable Tvit for 1.00 6 do. . Uriglit Tw i t for l.OO lO do. might 'aTy lot l.OO 8 do. Ulac k Navy for l.OO 3 do. Vmille Thick for - - l.OO 8 do. Light l'revtd fur l.OO 1 Pound t f Bob While for - - l.OO I do. Olive for l.OO 1 do. Yacht Club (or - l.OO 1 do. Gold Bee ,75c. And all other kinds in pro portion. Liberal Discount lo the Trade. Plai3 III QriU&Sfitll TjpSi X Forwarding Charges by This I T ina I All persons having clulius Bgaiurt m are requeeted to hand thein in, and all persons in debted to me axe notified to come forward and settle, or their accounts will be put into the haudl of an lihcer. Store to Let and Fixtures for Sale. II. MICHAEL, Mtttu st. opposite Meadow Valley. jsJ-tf Finest and Latest Stylus, fur any kiud of Work, such as Posters, Flay-bOls, Raceliits, Blank Books, ClrAalars, checks, Notes, Tags. OUlro, Corner os Pioche and Field sits. E. HAMILTON, T. F. LAWLER, Agent at Pioche. . L. I'HITCHABD, Proprietor. dlt-tf I-iTJlVm I'i H.. :it:ir:uiis or ltoce, stc. SHERWOOD 6c BRO., CARDS Of all sites, shades and shapes, lu plain hlack or in any or all the colors of the rainbow. MAIN STRKET, PIOCHE, SUPPLY ....or.. ALL KINDS IjOST ! oh elt street, k large pearl rivo. Th Under will be suitably rewarded br leering It at the office of the Pioche Daily Reo. ord, at MhtkaeTs Cigar Store, Main st. dso-lm AN INDEPENDENT PAPER, Fait hfu 1 to tlie lust 1 1 u tlo it s of the Country i Publishing all ths Telegraph News, Ceneral News Summary, A MINING REVIEW e v jssrt.Tr u iv dat, rurni.hlng an aoconnt of the condition of the mines In the atTeral di.trlets: aoadlUsa ef the works; lata dar.lopmenta; atoeunt of ore for the week; yield of on worked; proposed chang S; and other mattora e Interest to owners and the general pnbll WTNINQ AND BUILDING LUUBUK. SAWED TIMBER. HEWED TIMBER AMD P OLK 8. Hare on hand CALIFORNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and BCQAH PIKE, . . MOULDINGS, Etc., Etc. Also, DOORS and WINDOWS, and hare con stantly on hand a Urge supply, which will be sol IHEAaONABLE RATES. apM U I'll UK WELEK k CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS In General Hardware, MUX MOODS Mill Goods aim. ooods UU BOOBS MILL OOODS bullooom musoon aim. ooooa MILL OOODa Huxooone Mining Ooods H ining Good Mining Goods Mining aoodslfrtlTVn PnnnQ1"B( Goods Mining 000081101011 trUUlUKinlng Gauds Mining Goods Mining Goods Mining Goods Iron etxxd Steel, Stoves of all Kinds, Eto XBtO Bito Eto. A Smply of Tinware Tinware T Uf ID Tlnwar. Tinware Tinware Tinware 111 II A II tTlnwere Tinware On hand; alio Tim Vsik Kxeented prompt ly at reasonable rate. , TONS STORK, Upper Main itnet, Pioche, Kerada. plO-tf ' GOOD NEWS PEOPLE OF PIOCHE. QUILLEN OONAHOE, MEADOW T ALLEY STREET. gen ths '' . Cheapest and Best Bread' IN TOWN, ' t LOAVES, I POUNDS EACH, VOR $1.00. wt-lM Thai PaateeeasaatsMei of Fewest mt H. sirw'e. .. . ni Wholesale and Retail Senior iia Main Street, Pioche. riWE BETA1L DRPARTMKNT COMPRISING X s Liquor sud Billiard Saloon, with tour issw and SPLENDID TABLES! Htsbeeu fitted uu n'tmrdlsss of ciurDBii. snd cLslleagsi compurisuii with any fisloon in ths bvsis. svtt-tf MORE EXTENSIVE ! MORE ATTRACTIVE! JOHN C. LYNCH, Wholesale and Entail Liquor Merchant, Corner Main and Lacour streets, pioc n m , ALo Proprietor of the Lobg-sstabllshi'd snd well-known FASHION SALOON & CLDB ROOMS, mAKE8 PLEASURE m INFORMING OIJ) M. patrons and new ones that he will coutinuc., as heretofore to keep THE FINEST WINES, LIQUORS IN THIS MARKET. Particular attention will hen-efter be given The Wholesale Trade All desiring to stock Bars, in the city or out. side campa, are inrited to oall and sample ouvcla and learn prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. IK. , RUSSELL SCOTT HA,IE5EI? CLUB R00M8 0VER HA'' PISW Hardware Store, Main street and eenaected therewith handsome Bar. ' Persona Tiaitlnt the PALACE can rely on the nest ef accommodations, and when other smutanieata are required it will not be neresim. rr to (o elsewhere. un-tf Philadelphia Brewery, . aUI STREET, PIOCHE, SCHUBTRICH k KLEIN! PROPRIETORS IS I rtmSISHTMO A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OP Layer Beer, In quantities to suit, st the low. si rates. Adjoining samps suppljedon short JJ-tf CAPITOL SALOON, - MAIN STREET, PI00TTF,. i ! - , PROPRIETOR. K"15 "ST WnjKB, t.IQfORg AXD 0I8AR8 that are obtainable l, th. United ' ' -- STlt! Armory Hall Saloon, Tmrly katwa as BITOK1BYB,,., yiLL BE HEREAFTER CONDUCTED BT - K. J. HANLEY, Proprietor. 'holeeet brands of WINES. I.IOIinna d 0IOARS Will 1w. b, JJ j?8 "Wilsooa Anns L, fas. 613 31 Kew Issue Uruwu K, Trustee 1324 10 ltiaku W, Trust 11&0 10 Beiijsniin A P, Trustee .... flT 75 UfiijBUiin A F, Trust .... fil8 7ft bsker Bsmuel, Trustee .... CVO 1(4) lishill E Co, Trustees. ... 412 10 (4ivillior.jp, Trust 2Hi 10 OsvslHer J P, Trustee 293 10 Coarsen O A, Trustee 13t lo I'rsndaU W Q, Trustee 8sti fiuo Crsndsll W G. Trustee.,,., bul 00 CrsBilsll W O, Trustee P09 45 OrsiidsU W ti. Trustee V1H lo Crsndsll W O, Trustee. ... WG Vi) Crsndsll W O, Trustee 9fi0 HO C'rsiitlsll W ii, Tru8tee 103U 2t Crsixlall W O, Trustee 1048 5 Crsudall V O, Trustee 1049 10 Crsndsll W O, Trustee lu6i lo C rand all w O, Trustee 1053 lo Crsudall W (i, Trustee 1001 60 Cramlall W O, Trustee 1002 60 Cramlsll W O, Trustee KM 60 Crnndsll W O. Trustee 1071 loo Cramlall W O, Trustee 1075 10 Crsndsll W O, Trustee 1147 AO Craudsll W O, Trustee 1175 lWf Crsndsll W O, Trustee 1304 loo randall W O. Trustee IWiJ H o Crocker J H, Trustee ..... V24H fl Csssell A 140 33 Ihtneuu W L. Trustee 378 15 Dowell John A 7;u nr. i islicr L, Trustee 84 Iti 10 lit '.O llHI AsMsrlMsi yimg Mill sisl Mtmlmg IjortUiOm of pntwipsl plme uf twwiy.sa, fesa Isacisco, 4iilarsiis-Locsttus. of wurks. Ely Dit net. Lincoln muntT Keveds Sot Ther sv. a-1 jsjws mpom the PAHtm ib sVscnbe4 sSock.oa acMmatof sirsrsssnint (No. 4) kfTied os) tbe uites&Ui dsjr of iSMvuttet1 1ST3, tbe several sinoants set opposite tbe nsjurs " the respecttrs sbsrvbolders. ss follows: Mo. of ti: of Xante. OrttAcste. bbsrea, Aaut. ' Cili'll ft ros. Truatewa B in C-sIJI m For, Trustees 8Mt 10 CLill It Fox, Trustees 1065 u Cttliill k Fox. Trustees 153) 30 011. 1 Jt Fox, Trustees.. ...154 10O Cailisll ti Fox, Trust 1575 Hi Cstiill k Fox. Tnistees 171 lo 10 CUsrles 11 A, Trustee 1143 5 5 CurMo O A, Trustee 1144 CO 50 Crosby t W. Tnsstse l'JOJ S ft Crocker 1 H, Trustee 7(j w j CcunellT Wm J ITU tSO 60 DUon B ft. Trustee a6H CO 60 PiDKy T F rn 1 7 leLomie a V, Trustee 1SA lo 10 fcr El M ..1644 10 ltf OoldmsD 1 A., Kvii 10 HnsseyJL 1275 ft ft Lsxurc LT, Trust 1359 lo 10 Lax lire i, T, Trust 10 to MulKiUStern M .12iH ai 'JO Martin P, Trustee 1US 25 25 J Mansur J, Trustee, bsl.....ltV43 20 'iM iriinru u, ii umm rU lu l ttichsrJson E A. Trustee.... 114 60 Mi Hie hard got. E A, Trust. ...1'27 100 100 Klchardson E A, Trustee. . . .12 luo lt RirhsrdsiHQ E A, Trustee... SW 10 10 Kicl.sr.lwm E A, Trustee... Wft 60 50 lUchsrdsoD K A, Trustee... 451 lixi lu; IticlianlsonE A, Trustee... 4iU fin .'it Ricbardson E A, Trustee... HtJ ICO 104 Rlchardsot. E A. Trustee . . . 609 50 BO Rii-hardson E A, Trust . . . 7-214 'io ) Ricliardson E A, Trustee... 745 10 10 RichardsoB E A, Trustee... 807 CO 50 Rubsrdson E A, Trustes... (Ml m 1(0 Richsrdson E A, Trustee... 900 60 50 HuUsrdson E A, Trustee... 914 0 20 Rli-hardson E A. Trustee... 9.0 50 50 RichsrdrHin E A, Trustee... W9 20 20 Richardson E At Trustee . . . 1010 ft 6 lUihsrdtMm K A, Trustee.. .1133 ft 5 Ru-hardson E A. Trustee.. .Util 40 - 40 lin-hardson E A. T ustee. . .lJOT an Kj. hauls -n E A, Trustee. ,.13U3 100 Itlchardsim E A. Trust. ..1417 60 Richardson E A, Trustee. ..144$ 1(0 ltit hsrdaon E A. Truht. ..1440 lto Rl.-hardson E A, Trustee. ..1447 ltO Ricbardson E A, Trustee... 1448 RiO liklisrdfltm E A, Trustee.. 1449 HO Richardsou E A, Trustee. . ,1450 1(4) Richardson E A, Trustee. . .1526 10 Rh-hsrdsun E A. Trustee . , . lbttt ao Richardson E A, Trustee... 1O0 ao Raymond Wm U, Trust.. 4k H-o Rose L H, Trustee 14H9 10 Rurke li 11, Trustee 1278 ii h.-huifidell Hv. Trustee.... 1433 hi Htcvene T H, Trustee 118 20 bhsrp O F l'24ii Ho Turn bull k Smith, TruM ..l4i5 20 Tsylnr U W, Trustee licio 3 t'hlcr J Clem, Trustee 53T M I titer Clem, Trustee 701 30 I hlerJClem, Trustee 7y5 W Woods k Freeborn. Trut..l65 15 Wetieter Boule. iTUSt.... 651 .5'littqufnt ftalts. 100 to llll no no Ml urn nu lu an M lim 20 luo ai 111 i w :i J 1 10 111 75 76 luo 10 10 10 II) f(H) M) 2.1 10 11.0 1UI ii 5 10 lu 1U M tU) 6U lit) 10 Ml luu 11 u 1011 6 a:) l.'i 65 N) lu SO ICO 110 100 UK) luo luu to 10 111 U7 Ml 1 60 oil ill Ml 60 lu :t M 111) lou loo M no luu 6 111 1 iJ 50 oil 5 1U lllO M 100 1L0 (') ; 10 a !M Of) M li H 1 ;) 'JS V8 so 100 no 100 60 100 ;o luo .1 r n m r m . i u. . Loc.t...n of worl.. El Th'u'. "y.. th. Iollow.nrf di'ScnlkMl Jeewii (No. 4, ik?"" DtMiuber, ie;a. u,. " fe posite th. nn oPfS' "is m hoU, M fuua, " "l'erti Names Allaire 8 H Trute. BeKk-r b T TnuiM Baley D T Tnialed'.' rVrjrman.t Brown It Trustee. Brown R Trut.... No. of -u i Jw. lfo lu, .. 13 4 H ...SM j,, ...Kit t. Baldrulue U Tr,..' CavallierJ P TrurtM.. " i '? fill FiKher E, Trustee 74 10 TihliiT E, TruBtee 0.i7 bt) Fisher E, Trustee Iuy4 l(,t) Eiaher E, Trustee Iikih lie) Fifher E, Trustee lilfl 114) Glazier 1 k Co, Trusteua ... fii) li;o Glazier I A Co, Trustees ... CO 100 GlizliTl k Co, Trustees ... 61 100 Ulszier I k Co, Trustees ... 7i la Glazier I A Co, Trustees.., Htj ' 10 Glover A Stark, Trustees... 271 10 Glover A rjtark. Trustees... 3K9 3 Glover k Stark, Trustees... 4UU 20 Gordon 0 P, Trustee C:)7 Ml Gedge 1 Uf, Trustee bin 6U llutchtneon John, Trustee. .268 67 Hutchiubon John, Trustee... 014 fru Holmes A k Co, TruBteee. . . 9yl 1 liUKhes W A, Trustee 174 Co Hughes W A, TruBtee b75 5.1 Hughes W A, Trustee H76 SO Hushes W A, Trustee 877 60 H a.v ward U F, Trustee., ... t)l stl . Hutfhes Ht Trustee..4...,....136& 10 Mollallle Jalnea, Truatec.ll'rft 35 Noble H 11, TtnMee USD fll Noble H H, Trustee ii7 loo Noble H H , TruKtee yi:3 loo Noble H H, Trustee Ot'4 luo Noble H H, Trustee....... 12U4 60 Powning k Howard,Truat.. DH2 so Peck L P. Trustee 620 Ion Kichardsoa E A, Trustee. . . M2 6 Hichsrdson E A, Trustee. .. 422 lu Blchardson B A, Trustee . . . 64o 1 Hiobardaon E A, Trustee... 648 So Bichardson E A, Trustee . . . C07 20 Kiehardaon E A, Trustee... 08 60 Blchardson E A, Trustee... 770 H Bichsrdaon E A, Trustee... 1)49 lo Hichardsou K A, Trustee... S7 lljn Richardson EA, Trustee, ,.1007 60 Bichardson E A, Trustee. , .1011 lru Kiehardaon E A, TruBtee. ..1118 lis) Bichardson E A, Truatee.. .1170 61) Richanison E A, Trustee. . .1282 6 Bichardson I A. Trustee. ..12H6 10 Blchsnlson E A, Trustee... 1:100 20 Reed H R, Trustee 1288 26 Beed 11 It, Trustee ,12b0 25 Schmieden Hy Trustee.... 841 to Schmieden Hy Trustee.... 677 id) Sleeper Geo, Trustee....... 860 60 Spinney Geo R, Trust 245 6 Spinney Geo R. Trust 611 H Spiuney Geo R, Trust lino s Spinney Geo R, Trust 1279 30 Spinney Geo R, Trust 1332 26 Spinney Geo B.TriiHt 18:13 55 Tuniuull W k Co, Trust. ,.1083 60 I uler J Clem, TruBtee 146 luo I'hler J Clem,- Trunk. .-. . . lco 100 I'hler J Clem, Trustee..... 16 lfO White r H, Trustee 810 60 Winans J C. Tru.tce 12!8 100 WHKht W U, Trustee 1119 SO TNaue A P . 7ii8 inn And in accordance with law and an order of tlie iioard of Directors, made on the Blztecnth (lay of December, 187S, ao many shares of each parcel of such stock ss msy be necessary will be '!d at public auction, at the salesroom of John Middleton fc Bon, No. 810 Montgomery St., Sin Francisco California, on Thur.riar, th Nineteenth Day of February, 1874, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of such diiy, to pay the delinquent aBseaBments thereon, to gether with costs of advertising and expenwa of the Bale. GEO. R. SPINNEY, Secretary. Office No. 320 California street; Room Ho. t, San Vr.nci.co Cel. J28-td lisrflattous. Change of Proprietor.. HAV1NO DISPOSED OP THE STOCK AND GOOD WILL of the Pioneer f tables to Mr. Lehman. I cordially recommend him to all my late natrons. ' ' K. H. BI8HIK0MEB. Pioche, NeT., Jan. , 1874. HAVING BECOIM THU PROPRIETOR OP the Pioneer BtabJee," on Meadow Valley street, in Pioche, I proaose to keep the same in a manner to snit.the times, and to Insure aucceaa ami satiaf action. . First class tomonta f every description Buggies snd Buggy teams unsurpassed this side of San Frauciaco. First elaaa Saddle Homes. Stock kept on moat reasonable terms, and astlsfsction guaranteed. Only give me trisL jl3-tlil . p. LKHMAN. DANCING ACADEMY. MB. BACH BESPECTPULLT ANNOUNCES that he has commenoed giving lessons In Dancing at Brown's Hall. All the latest and moat fashionable dances taught, and Mr. li. will guarantee to make each pupil an accomplished ball-room dancer after one course, i Classes for Gentlemen (new brgranara) from I to g o'clock Tuesday and Friday evenings. Regular chaw frooa a to 10 aero, mings. Classea for Ladies and Children from lo ( p. m. Tuesdsys and Fridaya For further particulars, apply at the hall . -das-ai . .. . .U BACH, PUBLIC NOTICE. T0 PERSON OR PERSONS ARB AUTHOR- Icq 2I..58 no i7i n, 2145 5o ana id Ilk. aJl loo HO HO 2626 ( .54 611 ....2.V.9 21.) ....2678 ....2622 ....ao.; ....2i;m ....ISiST ... 2T.58 ....2768 .. . .2W 9 ....2K19 ....24.1 2178 ... 2V2C . .2K) Hll 6A0 3u 2i) GO lid 50 vuMir. nA into. lee .ipe w w trustee ..r Cepe U W Trustee fJS Chill k Co E, Trustees... "ni." Chill k Co E, Trustee..." 5 J cauui Trustee... 11,17 Cahill k Co E, Trosleea.. 'J.. J Oahill k Co E. Tru.lee... ml TZ. 1 ii ivT 1 1 ,ru""-.lMt " - - , uuMt.. Crand.ll W G, Trustee Crsndsll H' O, Trust Cramlsll W G, Truatee cranium n li, TniKtee Crandall W G. Trusts. ' CTandall W O. TruHtee '.4 ' 1 ... 1 maw..., , ,2ml vw 1 " ... 1 rusiee. , Cramlall W G, Trustee. Craodall W G, TruBU.. tranoall w u. Trust.. Craudall W G, Truatee.. Crandall W G, Trustee. Cramlall W G, Trustee. Crandall W O, Trustee. Crandall W G, Trustee, Crandall W G, Trustee. Crandall W G, Trustee, Crandall W G. Trustee. Croaby F W, Trustee . . . Dixon ft H, TruBtee.... Dilou It H. Trustee.... Duucan W L. Trustee. . lnuy A Stevenson Trn.tee.97os Denny k Stevenson Trustees??)) risiier iTustee. FUbcrE. Trustee Fisher E, Trusiee Fisher E, Trustee rlKher E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee , Finher K, Truslte Fi.her E, Tru.tee Fli-herE. Trustee FiBher E,Trust r hUier K. Trusts Fisher E, Trustee Finher E. Trustee Fisher F-, trustee risber E. Trustee r ielier r., trustee ,...26K1 &i Fisher E, trustee 20l 209 t i.ber r.. Trustee 246 u-0 Fisher E, Trustee 2t63 Flhher E. Trustee Si'.M 60 FLher K. trustee 27wt lwj Giamboni N 5.3 5 Gonlun C P, Trustee 2S'.'8 Co Glazier A Co I, Trustees... .2272 300 Oljzter A Co I, Trustees. . . .2IM w Hubiiaah Joe Holuiea fc Co A, Trustees . Hrlmes fc Co A, Trustees . Holmes fc Co A, Trustees . Iloluiea fc Co A. Trustees . Holmes fc Co A. Trustees . . .2t:sj rJii!gins vi L, Trustee 'MM Hussiy J L, Trustee 2770 Jones Frank, Trustee 16e7 Kusel John 4I'5 Keith W H 2i 85 ljuure L T Trustee 2uli; Iiszure L T Trustee 2M0 Lasore L T Trustee, lfure L T Trustee, Lazure L T Trustee I-atham fc Co J. H, Trustees 140 Lovelaud L F, Tiustee Xiil Marina E J de Sta, Trustee.. 094 Marina E J de 81a. Trustee.. 695 McDonald M J, Trustee 1476 Minear AP lOt-5 McHaine A Co Jauiea, Trust.24r5 jsonie H H.TrUBtee,. NobleH II, Trustee.. Noble H H. Trustee.. Noble H H, Trustee... Noble H H, Trustee... NobleH H, Trustee... NobleH H, Trustee... Noble H H. Trustee... Noble H U. Trustee 2412 Noble H H, Trustee 24(13 Noble H H, Trustee.. 2607 Noble H H, Trustee 2609 .2122 ....21': ....2159 2130 ....2ii a ....221H 10 ....vm a ....2.119 . . . .2J20 ....26 ....1113 ....247T ....!4Kt hfl ....ran hi V:lii 114) ,. 31,9 , .2370 ,.24HO .2519 .2IVI7 , .2460 .1.18 . . .2812 .479 1743 21:i 2185 2232 2414 ,.24:8 hi 24U0 1(0 60 25 60 6il M J) Hi 60 loo 50 M 60 100 60 .2524 . .2.-.T5 ..2ffW ..2689 ..2l'.Ul . .2703 ..2754 ..2755 ..1756 . .2810 ..1642 ..21.13 50 ..2280 llu .2307 60 Noble H H, Trustee.... Noble H H, trustee NobleH H, Trustee Noble H H, Truatee Noble H U, Trustee Noble H H, Trustee Noble H II, Trustee Noble H H, Trustee Noble H H, Trustee Nobis H H. Trustee Norwood Vi E.Trustee,... Norwood W E.Trustee.... Norwood W E.Trustee.... Norwood W E.Trustee rwooil w E.Trustee 2:1118 :aj Norwood W E. Trustee 2397 110 Norwood W E, Trustee 2:t99 luo Norwood W E.Trustee 2700 6U Norwood W E, Trustee 2701 60 Ptckh.ru E L, Trustee 2.'.8 100 Parker fc Fry, Trustees 2116 luo Parker fc Frv, TniBtees 2118 HO Powuingfc Howard, Truste.B2573 10 Rlchanlsi'U E A, TruBtee,... 626 Klrburdson E A, Trustee 773 Bichardson 1? A, Trustee.... Til7 Kichsnlmin E A, Trustee, . . .138 lllchsrrison E A, Trust sc.... 1C72 Richsrdscu E A, Trustee.... 1073 Richardson F. A. Trustee M74 Rlciisrdsnn E A, Trustee. . . ,H;7B Bichardson E A, Trustee.... 1707 Richardson E A, trustee 1711 Bichardson E A, trustee 1728 Richardson E A, trustee 1751 Rlchsrtlsou E A, trustee 1763 Bichardson E A, trustee. . . . 107 Richardson E A, trustee 1839 Richardson E A, trustee. . . .2019 Bichardson . A, trustee.... Soil RichsrdsouEA, trustee.,,. 2iW Richardsou E A, truttue. ,..'i211 Bichardson E A, trustee .. RlchardBon E A, trustee... Bichsrdaon E A, trustee. . . Richanison E A, trustee... Bichardson E A. Trustee.., Richardson F. A. Trustee. . . .3.147 Richanison E A, Trustee. . ..! Kichsrdsoa E A. Trustee. . . ,27u2 BichardBon E A, Trustee,... 27P4 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .2771 Richardson E A, Trustee. Bichsnlson E A, Trustee, Busaell J B, Trusiee Scbniitt M. Trustee Schmieden Hy, Trustee.. It, ( c Uu 50 l! ISO lot r 160 li 3u 15 71 u t5 71 U 130 15il IV, lil Im 7i !) 7S 15i I'm is 7S li) "S 7S ll It in . ' 15.1 lit 300 H li 4i f. 3U 75 lbi li 75 ISil It . aw Mil 45 75 2io 37 50 ;s Cm 7i IS li l is.-. IS TO 75 J. SO 7S Ii , 75 l'.l 7S 15 IS 1S 7S IS JIM IS ii is 151) ltd ISO 15 97 SO 75 75 , .!3.G ..2615 . .2518 ..2615 , .26.14 . 2803 ..3e . .2677 .. 8f.8 ,.2411 I zed to contract debta on my account, nor in a psj any ueoi ao cooiraeiea. J"7- ',,..: r.noLixxv. 10 30 Schmieden Bv, Trustee 2427 10 Schmieden Hy, TruBtee 25'JO 60 Schmieden lly.Tnuitee 2821 50 Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2-23 6 Schmitt C A, Tnistoe 1740 26 Schmitt C A, Trustee 1813 Sleeper Geo, Trustee 1K26 69 Seader John H, Trustee 2622 R Turnbnll fc Co W, Trustees. wn 20 Tranor Kuoi, Trustees... 1789 26 Taylor Wm 8, TruBtee V3 60 Taylor VI 1- B, Trusiee 21184 . 50 1 hlcr J Clem, TruBtee fill W VWn 1 Clim, Trustee.bal. . W4 5 I'hler J Clem, Trustee 12 1" I'hler J Clem, Trustee 1313 25 Vhler J Clem, Trustee..... .2686 60 Ulniont J N, Trustee 229 5" Vimont 1 N, TniBtee 2718 25 Woods fc Freeborn. Trust.. .1288 60 . . 204 .1525 NI .. 585 ill ...1784 1 ,..3727 ..2728 19 - ..22S1 1" ..1012 60 ..jr.is 20 . 90H3 60 'taa isM Wilmin William Wall J R, Trustee Winter P. Trustee White II H, Trustee... White II H, Trustee.... White I' II, Trustee..., Wade A P. Trustee Wolf F, TmslK..... . . i. Wolf F, Trustee Wright W H, Trustee. . young A A, Tmstee the 75 UU 75 75 lis 14 75 75 150 15 75 ISO 150 IS 15 ISO 150 ISO 15 37 50 75 15 6S IS 15 15 15 ISO 750 m 150 2269 15 MO 71. l ;st 150 I'll 150 HO 37 50 150 ti :s !5 00 IB 60 en li 45 IS 75 80 7 31 60 75 75 150 DISH 7S JS 161) 4 50 37 50 37 SO 75 78 57 75 75 15 , 80 150 18 15 18 78 30 78 2058 OtOM ! And in accordance with law Bad an d is Uosrdof Trustees, maile on the lHW' ") December, 1873, an many snan "m M eel of sM stock as may be necessary wm sold at public auction at the salesronior s Middleton fc Bon, No. 810 IMontpery aw San Francisco, callfnruia, on "r! at the Fourth dny of Febraary, , the hour of twelve o'clocs r. of ssid ,i,r said delinquent assessment """iSZt,, wllh oosu of advertising and "lJry. DAVID T. BAGLEY, Secretsj Omce; Room No. 1, No. 401 Csllfom Is Ban Pranoisro. ' , - Mlnlnlf iiiieA Fnrtiana r....-- Comoanv. Loc.tion of princlpsl d business. San Francisco, Psliroraia. - , worka. Ely Mining District, Uwo f. Nevsds.-Noticels hereby g iveo ' ,, d.f Ingof the Bosrdof Dlrectors.heMon of January, 1874, en assessment No.li lt five cents per shsre wnB levied "P3 'di.l.lj stock of the corporstlon, psysbh ",,1 In Dnltod Suites gold coin, to ihJJ gJlUorm" the office of the Company, No.4J street, Ban frsncisco, cij forni. Any stock upon hl,h 't1,;. FebrsfT' remain unpaid on the 16th day of r ,a 1874. will Ix delinquent, and awJnril sale at publlo auction, and uiils p J M msile before, wiU be soll f. of March. 1874, to pay a''tig n"1 ment, together with oosts of Sd'"1 ' expenses of sale. ; .'0 r order of theDirMor..oBAT Offlce: No. 438 Cslifornl "'' j.js-td isco, W. . . ' -LOST! . nBECK NO. 1J.DBAW1. .(XBli I for tISO. on Wells, Farto A Co-. frrbii giilU.BfcDon.hu.. All P'"", ,..b-" negotisUng for Ih. feme, ss psy jlt mi amupatl.