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DAILY RECORD
MINING LAW.
Laws f CangrvM - lnr th Locaw
timm, Huldlaff Working f
MlnlMff llm t pB lb Pnlillc
Domain
Belo will be found an abstract of the Mining
Lavs of the raited States, aa passed br Con
grass and -approved May 10, 1872. Theae ara the
last, and nenoe tha only mining laws of general
starest and force, with tlie singla exception of a
portion of section I, in reference to tba reloca
tion of claims and nines located prior to tba
pasaaga of tba general mining Uw. Tba Act
amending tba section allnded to will also be
found, following the general law modifying sec
tion i, so that a claim located prior to alky 10,
lira, is not subject to relocation until June 10,
1874.
AS ACT to promote the development of the
Mining resources ot tne I utea Mttt-s
tion thereof as the applicant shall appear, from
the decision of the court, to rightly poaieaa. If
tt shall ettfvax. from IM deiuioa of the court.
thtt several parties are eatitlrd to separate and
difitTt nt portions of the claim, each party may
pay fur hut portion of the claim, with the prop
er faea, and file the certificate and description
by the Survey or-oeneraj. w Hereupon tne remsur
shall certify the proceedings and Judgment-roll
to the ftommUtitouer of the Land Office, a in the
preceding caee, and patents shall issue to the
several panic according to their respective
rifibts. rroof of citiztuitip ncdor this act, or
the act of Jnly h 1-, acd July l-Trt te the
case of an individual. may consist in hie own
athdevit ibf reof, and in caoe of an aK-ociation of
persons uuiDcorporaUd of theatbdavit tf their
autbonztd agent, made tn hia un knowledge or
upon information and belief, and in cae of a
corporation organized nndt-r the lsws of the
l uited Statea, or of any 8iate or Territory of tlie
I'm ted States, by the filing of a certifcrd copy of
theircharter or certificate of incorporation: sad
nothing herein contained shall be construed to
prevent the alienation of the title conveyed by a
patent lor a liiimng ciaim i auj yrrmvu
ft Tt fh deacriotion of vein or lods
claims, upon surveyed lands, shall designate the
-at ton of tne claim wnn n-ien-uce w uic hum
i.
I of thft uublic survevs. but ned not conlorm
Be it enacted by the Senate and Houe of Rep- I therewith; but where a patent shall be
of the l Dated States of America in imUt d as aforesaid for claims upon uneur-
veved lauds, the Surveyor ueneral in extending
printing Offirr.
OFFICE OF Til 13
rMntativcs
Oongreaa assembled. That all valuable mineral
deposits in laoua oeiouiuR hj l unu oiam,
both surveyed snd unsurveTed, are hereby de
clared to be free and oin to exploration and
purchase, and the lands in which they
are f mnd to ecu pa t i on and p urcb ae
by citizens of the 1'nited Stat and
those who have declared there intention to be
come such, under regulations prescribed by law.
and according to the local custom or rules of
miners, in the severs! mining districts, so far as
the same are applicable and not m.-onsifct nt
with the laws of the Tutted States.
Bsc. 2. That mining cluinJ upon veins or
ledeaof ouart or olur ro l. in place bearing
gold, silver, cinnabar, lead, un. coppt-r, or other
valuable depoeits tu-rt-tofoiv located, shftll be
governed a to lenpth along the vnnor lode by
the customs, regulations, and laws in force at
thedaeof their location. A mining claim located
after the pateae of this act, whether located by
one or more iersons. may equal, but shall nH
exceed one thousand five hundred feet in length
along the vein or lode : but no location of a min
ing claim sballlw made until the discovery of
the vein or lode within the limits of the claim
located. No claim snail extend more than tlm-e
hundred feet on each aide of the middle of the
vein at the surf are, nor shall aoy claim be lim
ited by any mining regulatioft to less than twen-tv-hve
feet on eat h si Ae of the middle of the v-in
at the surface, except where adverse rights exist
ing at the passage of tnir- act shall render such
limitation neceeiarv. The eud-linea if eib
claim ahall be parallel to each other.
Sec. 3. That the locators of all mining loca
tions heretofore made, or which shi: Lcrtraft'-r
be made, on any mineral vem.l"de, or ledge, sit
uated on the public domain, their heirs and as
signs, where no adverse claim exists at the pas
sage of this set, so lung as they comply with the
laws of the United Mate, and the State, Terri
torial and local regulations not in conflict with
said law of the Inited States governing tiVir
poasesiory title, shall have the exclusive rinht of
possesion and enjoyment of all the surface in
cluded mthm the lines of their locations and of
all vein, lodes, and Wles throughout the entire
depth, the top or apex of which lies insiue of
such surface-lines extended downward v rtic&l
Iv. although such veins, lodes or ledges may so
far depart from a perpendicular in their course
downward as to exiena ouiMe ice vertical nioe
liue of said suriace locations: iTovidt-d. that
their right of pcusession to such outside parts
of such veins or ledges shall 1 confined to such
portions thereof an lie between vertical planes
drawn downward as aforesaid, through the end
lines of their locations, so continued in tiVir
owu direction that such planes will intern- el
such exterior parts of suid veins or ledges: And
provided further, that nothing in this section
shall authorize the locator or posseiwomf a vein
or lode which extends in its downward course
bevond the vertical lines of his claim to enter
upon th surface of a claim owned or posn .-bkcu
bv another.
"Sec. 4. That where a tunnel is rue for the
development of s vein or lode, or for the discov
ery of mines, the owiK-rs of such tunnel shall
have the right of poMW'twin of a11 veins or lodes
within three thousand feet from the face of such
tunnel on the lin thereof, not previously known
to exist, discovered in such tunnel, to the same
extent as if discovered from the surface; and
locations on the line of such tunnel of veins or
lofies not sppearinR on the surface, made by
other parties after the commencement of the.
tunnel, and while the same Is being prosecuted
with reasonable diligeuce, shall be invalid; but
failure to prosecute the work on the tunnel for
six months shall be considered as sn abandon
ment of the right to all undiscovered veins on
the line of said tunnel.
Kr.o. 5. Tint the miners of each mining dis
trict mavmake rules snd re (filiations not in con
flict with the laws of the United States, or with
the laws of the Htste or Territory in which the
district is situated. coveruinK the location, man
ner of recording amount of work necessary to
hold possession of s mining claim, subject to
the following requirements: Location must 1
distinctly marked on the ground so thut its
bouudarlcs can tw readily traced. All records of
mining claims hereafter made (shall contain the
name or names of the locators, date of the loca
tion, and such s description of the claim or
claims located by refcrenrnce to some natural
object or permanent monument ss will identify
the claim. On each claim located alter the pas
sage of this act, and until a patent shall have
been issued therefor, no less than one hundred
dollars worth of labor shall be performed or im
provements made during each year. On all
claims located prior to the passage of this
act, ten dollars' worth of labor shall
1 performed or improvements made
each year for each one hundred feet
In length along the vein until a patent shall
have been issued therefor; but where such claims
are held in common, such expenditure may be
made upon any one claim; and upon a failure to
comply with these conditions, the claim or mine
upon which such failure occurred shall be open
to re-location in the same manner as if no loca
tion of the same had ever been made: lrovided,
That the original locators, their heirs,
assidns. or leasl reDresentatives. have not re
sumed work upon the claim after such failure
aud before such location. Upon the failure of
any one of several co-owners to contribute his
portion of the expenditures required by this act.
the co-owners who hsve performed the labor or
made the improvements may, at the expiratiou
of the year, give such delinquent co owner per
sonal notice in writing or notice by publication
in the newsnaoer published nearest the claim
for at leant once a week for ninety days, and if at
the expiration of ninety days after such notice in
writinu or br vublication such delinquent should
fail or refuse to contribute his proportion to
eomnlv with this act, his interest in the claim
shall become the property of his co-owners who
have made the required expenditures.
Sec. 6. That a patent for any land claimed
and located for valuable deposits may oe ou
tlined in the following manner: Any person,
association, or corporation authorized to locate a
claim under this set. having claimed and located
a piece of laud for snch purposes, who has, or
have, complied with the terms of this act, may
flit in the proper land-office an application for a
uatent. under oath, showing sucu oomniian
together with a plat and field-notes of the claim
or claims in common, mane uy or unaer me ui
rectionof the United States Surveyor General,
showing sccnrstely the boundaries of the claim
or claims, which shsll bs distinctly marked by
monuments on the ground, snd shall post a copy
of such plat, together with a aotice of such
application for a patent, in a conspicu
ous place on the land embraced in such plat pre
vions 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
aforesaid, and shall file a copy of said notice in
such land-office, and shall thereupon be entitled
to a patent for said lsnd, in the manner follow
ing: The register of the land-office, upon the
Cling of such application, plat, field-notes, no
tices and affidavits, shsll publish a notice that
such application Iisb been made, for the period
of sixty dsys, in a newspaper to be by him desig
nsted as published nearest to said claim; aud he
shall also post such notice in his office for the
same period. The claim st the time of filing
this application, or at any time thereafter, with
in the sixty days of publication, shall file with
the registers certificate of the United State
Surveyor General that five hundred dollars
worth of lsbor has been expanded 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 permsnent monuments ss shall Identify the
claim, snd furnish sn accurate description, to be
incorporated in the patent. At the expiration of
the sixly days of publication the claimant shsll
tile his srhdavU, showing that the plat and no
tics have been posted In a conspicuous place on
the claim during said period of publication. If
no adverse claim shall Tiave been filed with the
register snd the receiver of the proper lsnd-office
st the expiration of the sixty days of publication
it shall be assnmed that the applicant is entitled
to a patent, upon the payment to the proper of
ficer of five dollirs 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.
Sec. 7. That where an adverse claim shall be
filed during the period of publication, it shall be
upon oath of the person or persons making the
same, and shall show the nature, boundaries,
and extent of sucb adverse claim, and all pro
oeedinga, eicept the publication of notice and
making and filing of the affidavit thereof, shall
be staved until the controversy shsll hsve been
settled or decided by a court of competent juris
diction, or tba adverse clsim wsived. It shsll
be the duty of the adverse claimant, within
thirty davs after filing his claim, to commence
proceedings In a court of competent jurisdiction
to determine the question of ths right of posses
sion, and prosecute the same with reasonabts
diligence, to final judgment: and a failure so to
do shall be a waiver of his adverse clsim. After
such Judgment shsll hsve been rendered, the
psrtv entitled to ths possession of the clsim. or
any portion thereof, may, without giving fur
ther notice, file a certified copy of the judgment
roll with the register of ths land office, together
with tba certificate of the Hnrreyor-General that
the requisite amount of labor has been expen
ded, or Improvements made thereon, and the
description required in other cases, snd shsll
asr to the receiver five dollars per acre for hie
clsim. together with the pjoper fees, whereupon
the whole proceedings and the Judgment-roll
shall be eertifted by the register to the Commis
sioner of the General Lasd-OfBce, and a patent
hall lssua tharson for tba claim, or suc por.
PIOCHE DULY RECORD.
the survevs. shsll sdmt the same to tbwboun.
danea of such patented claims, according to the
plat or description thereof, tout ao as in no case
to interfere with or change ths location of any
such patented claim.
Sec. 9. That sections one, two, three, four and
six. of an act entitled 'An Act granting the right
of way to ditch and canal owners over the public
lsnds. snd for other purposes," approved July
tweutv-sixth. eighin hundred and sixty-six,
are hereby repealed, but such repeal shall not
affect existing rights. Applications for patents
for minmg claims now pending may be prose
cuted to a final decision In the General Land
Oflice: but in such cases where adverse rights
are n t affected th reby, patents may issue in
pursuance of the provisions of this act; and all
patents for mining claims heretofore issued
under the set of July twenty-sixth, eighteen
hundred snd sixty-six. shallconvey all the rights
and privileges conferred by this act where no
a. 1 verse rights exitt at the time of the past-age of
this act.
Kl. 10. That ths act entitled 'An Act to
amend an act granting the right of way to ditch
and canal owners over the public lands, and fur
other niirtKes. approved July ninth, eighteen
hundred and seventy, shall be aud remain in
full force, except as to the proceedings to obtain
a patent which shall be similar to the proceed
ings prescribed by -ctions six snd seven of this
act for obtaining patents to vein or lode claims;
but where said placer-claims shall be upon sur
veTed lands, snd confirm to lgl anMivisious.
no further survey or plat shall be required, snd
all plseer miumg claims heresfter located shall
conform ss near as practicable with the United
8ttt a system of public land surveys snd the
rectangular subdivisions of such surveys, snd
no such lot-stiou shall include more than twenty
s"res for each individual claimant, but where
placer-claims cannot be conformed to legal sub
division, survey and plat shall be made as on
utiKUrvcyd lauds: Provided, That proceedings
now ivudimi mav be prosecuted to their final
determination under existing laws; but the pro
visions of this act, when not in conmci witn ex.
istinr laws, t-hall aonlv to such cases; And pro
vided also. That where by ths segur Ration of
mineral land in any legal subdivision a quantity
of aiTU'ultura1 land less than forty acres re
mains, said t'rj- tional portion of agricultural
land may be entered oy any party quanueu uy
law. for homestead or pre-emption punwses.
Stc. 11. That where the same person, sssocia
ticn or corporation in possession of a placer
claim, and also a vein or lode included within
the boundaries thereof, application shall be
made for a patent for the placer-claim, with the
statement that it includes such vein or lode, and
in such eae (subject to the provisions of this
act and the act entitled "An set to amend an act
granting t he right of way to ditch and canal
owners over the public lands, snd for other pur
poses; approved July ninth, eighteen hundred
and seventy) s patent shall issue for the placer
claim, including such vein or lods, upon the
payment of live dollars per sere for such vein or
lode claim, 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 whereavein or
lode, such as described in the second section of
this act, is known to exist within the boundaries
of a placer-claim, an application for s patent for
such placer-claim, which does not include sn ap
plication for the vein or lode claim, shall be
construed as a conclusive declaration that the
cla mant of the- placer-claim has no right of pos
session of the vein or lode claim; but where the
existence of a vein or lode in a placer-claim is not
known, a patent for the placet-claim shall convey
all valuable mineral and other deposits within
th ' boundaries thereof.
Kr.c. li That the Hurvevor-General of the
United states may appoint iu each land district
containing miueral lands as many competent
surveyors as ahull apply lor appointment to sur-
vry mtninft claims, i ne expenses oi ine survey
of vein or lode claims, and the survey snri sub-
divisio . of placer claims into smaller quantities
than one hundred and sixty acres, together with
the cost of publication of notices, Khali be paid by
tliMipplicanis, ami they shall be at liberty to ob
tain the same st the most reasonable rates, and
they shall also be at liberty to employ any United
Stales deputy Surveyor to make the survey.
The Commissioner of the General Lund-Office
shall ulso have power to establish the maximum
charges for t-urveys and publication ot notices
under this net; snd, in caso of excessive charges
for publication, he may designate anynewr-puper
published in a land district where mines are
situated, for the publication of mining notices
in such district, and fix the rates to be charged
by such paper; and, to the end tnat the Commis
sioner may be fully informed on the subject,
each applicant shall rile with ths Hegister a
sworn statement of all charges and fees paid by
said applicant for publication and surveys, to
gether with all fees and money paid theResister
and Receiver of the land-ofliee, which statement
shall be transmitted, with the papers in the
case,, to the Commissioner of the General land
Office. The fees of the Register and the He.
ceivrr shall be five dollars each for filing and
acting upon each application for patent or ad
verse claim filed, and they Khali le allowed the
amount fixed by law for reducing testi
mony to writing, when done in Land Office, tuch
fees and allowances to be paid by the respective
parties; aud no other fees shall be charged by
them in such cases. Nothing In this act shall be
construed to enlarge or affect the rights of either
party in regard to any properly in controversy at
the time of the passage of this act, or of the act
entitled "An act granting the right of way to
ditch and canal owners over the public lands,
and for other purposes," approved July 20, 18-16,
nor shall this act affect any right acquired under
said act; and nothing in this act shall be con
strued to repeal, impair, or in any way affect the
provisions of the ad entitled "An act granting
to A. Sutro the right of way snd other privileges
to aid in the construction of a draining and ex
ploring tunnel to the Oomstock Lode, In tht
state ot .evana, approved juiy ajin, inw.
Ssc. W. That all affidavits required to be
made under this set, or ths set to which it is
amendatory, may be verified before any officer
authorized to administer oatns within the lnnd
district where the claims may be situated, and
all testimony and proofs may be taken before
any such officer, snd, when duly certified by the
o flicer taking the same, shall have the same fores
and effect as if taken before the Register and
Receiver of the Land Oflice. In cases of contest
as to the mineral or agricultural character of
lind, the testimony aud proofs may be taken as
herein provided, on personal notice of at least
ten days to the opposing party; or if said party
cannot be found, then by publication of at least
once a week for thirty days in a newspaper, to be
di-siunated by the Register of the Laud Office as
published nearest the location of such land; and
the Register shall require proof that suuii notice
bos been given.
Beg. 14. That where two or more veins Inter,
sect or cross each other, priority of title shall
govern, and such prior local tou shall be entitled
to all ore or miueral contained within the space
of intersection: Provided, however. That ths
subsequent location shsll have the right of way
through said apace of intersection for the pur
poseses of the convenient working of the said
mine: And provided slso, Tbst where two or
more veins unite, the oldest or prior location
shall take the vein below the point of unien, in
cluding all the space of intersection.
Skc. 15. That where non-mineral land not
contiguous to the vein or lode is used or occu
pied by the proprietor of such vein or lode for
mining or milling purposes, such non-adjacent
surface ground may be embraced snd included
in an application for a patent for snch vein or
lode, snd the same may be patented therewith,
subject to the same preliminary requirements
as to survey and notice aa are applicable under
this act to veins or lodes: Provided, That no
location hereafter made of such non-adjacent
land shsll exceed five acres, and payment for
the same must be made at the same rate as fixed
by this act for the superficies of the lode. The
owner of a quarts mill or reduction works, not
owning a mine in connection therewith, may
also receive a patent for bis mill-site, as provi
ded in this section.
Hro. 16. Thst sll acts and parts of arts incon
sistent herewith are hereby repealed: Provided,
That nothing contained in this set shall bs con
strued to impsir, in any way, rights or interests
in minine property acquired under existing Isws.
Approved May 10, 173.
CHAP.CCT.IV.-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 Rep
resentatives of the United States of America in
Congress assembled. That 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 pssssge of said Act,
are hereby so amended that the time for the first
annual expenditure on clsims located prior to
the passage of said Act shsll be extended to the
tenth of June, eighteen h tndred and seventy
faur. Approved March 1, 1873.
STEAM POWER FREES
EMPLOYlil).
Thi, MUbUalimcnt li mppUed with t Itrgm
aMortmtnt of ncwort itrle, of
Type, Borders, Assorted Stationery
Delinquent Taxes. j
STATE OF KETADA. OOTSlt OF US- j
OOUt.
Xatlc mt SmIU Cb""-
To th. followim-iuitml 4tf niUnt, Mid to ,11
cUimtnti to th trsl rotate and injproTenifuta,
whoa umd x-paratt'lr. hMMiiaftcr dwrtbMl,
known or unknown: Ton h rrty notin id
IBM TOim hare bera coiuibiid before J. B.
Van Ha.n. Jiuttr of th Prat, in tb Jutic
Court of ih Townabip ot Piorht.-. County of
Lincoln, and Ru of Ntvaaa. Iiy the Mat of
Nevada, plaintiff, againat each of the defeudanta
hereinafter named and each of tho following
described trmota or parcel, of land, with the im
proTtment. when aeparately aaseased. and all
owners of or claimant to the amine, known or
anknown, to reoover the tai Hid delinquency
anraeed to said defendants anainat Mid property
f.ir tli ,nl . Mnnwinu on the 1 at day of
January. A. D. 18T3. aud endiin the Slat day of
December, A. D. 1873. and that aummone has
been duly issued in each case; and yon are fur
ther notified that unless you appear aud answer
the complaint filed, on or before
The) Oth daw of February, A. U. IbJ ,
at 19 o'clock m. of that ay.
Judgment will be taken anainat you snd ths
real estate and tmproTeuiena nerem wmuw
for the amounts of tai and delinquency specified
and ousts of suit.
Description of Property,
J A Cnrtls. the tmeseesorr claim to ranch In
rsnraaagat vaueT, eonuiniog am k v
land, and lmcroTe'aients. snd altuatfd west of
and adjoining the ranch of P. Wrighti; tax
snd percentage $33.88.
John Coerort, the posarsaory clsim to 1C0 acres
of land at Hiko and improvements; tax and
percentaga 30.80.
El Horado Mill, ten-stamp mill In El Dorado
Canyon, at the Junction of the El Dorado Can
yon with the Colorado river; tai and percent
age 111.40.
J Jennings, ths poseessc ry claim to 1X seres of
lsnd, with improvement,, st Ht Thomss; tai
and percentage 100.10.
W L Kings, the possessory claim to ranch In
Blko Valley and improvements, souah of
Gear's ranch; tai and percentage lSS-irl.
Patterson k Lease 11. the poareeury claim to 820
acres of land and tmproveuieuta at Overton;
tax and percentage GH.ftf.
8aiuuel Young, one ameltlng furnace and tram
way In Freiberg Diatrict, known as the Morn
ing Star Oo.'s Works; tai and percentage 178.
OEO. OOLPTHWA1TE,
District Attorney Lincoln County, NaT.
W. S. TBA VIS.
Sheriff Lincoln County, Wey.
Dated Ploche, December 29, 1873. Ja3-td
.Cigars and Sobarro.
ItETITt TTVO
BUSINESS!!
TO THE
trtinqurnt alrs,
Smote & Friends of Tobacco
IS
Pioche and Lincoln County.
A 8 I AH ABOUT TO RETIRE FBONf Busi
ness I will sell for the neit 60 days my en
tire stock of
Cigars,
Tobaccoes,
Cutlery,
.Notions,
Etc. Etc.
At GREATLY REDUCED BATES !
This is a bona fide sale, and no humbug.
Am.rieaua VlMg Mill aid Mlala
Caapaair Location of principal place of
bnaineaa. Ban Francisco, Csliforah, Location
of works. Ely Diatrict. Lincoln county Nevada
Notice There ao delinquent upon the follow
ing described stock, OB account of assessment
IMo. at levied on the aiiteenth day of December
1873, the several amonnta set opposite the names
of the reepective shsreholders, as follows;
Nt. of No. of
Names. Certificate, btiarea Asst.
Old lame
Caliill k Tax, Trustees 338
l aliill k Fox, Trustees 380
Caliill Fox, Trustees 1083
Csbill A- Fox, Trustee, 1A38
Cshill k Fox, Trustees. ...1864
Cahlll k Fox, Trustees 1575
I shill k Foi, Trustees 1710
Charles H A, Trustee 1143
Courwen O A, Truatee 1148
Crosby F W, Trustee 1303
Crocker J H, Trustee 78
Connelly Wm t 12V3
Diion K fl, Trustee 3eS
Dlngley T F 837
DeLorrae O V, Trustee 11V1
Eyre EE 1644
Ooldman I A Insa
....avd'all tk...
MODERN MACHINERY
Notice of Dissolution.
TTAV1NO SOLD MY EXTIltE INTEREST
It in connection with the ' fcan Francisco
Brewery," in Pioche, to John Cartwright, the
co-nartnerahlD heretofore eliating between the
undersigned and Charles lMir in conchictipg
aid brewery la this day dissolved, and Idessra.
Behr and OartwriRht will hereafter carry on
the same at the old Hand ou Pauaca Flat, col
lect all billa and pay all dues of the late firm.
E. 11 . lUSblKLlaT.H.
Pioche. NaT.. Dec. 6. 1S73. J13-ml
k-VFLorxD IN TUB
EXECUTION
BOOK AND JQB PEIl'IIM
PRITCHARDS
DAILY
FAST FREICHT LINE
IE0M-
FALISADE, via ETJEEKA to
PIOCHE.
I-f.A.ST FHEIOIIT,
Time About 60 Hours.
SLOW FREIGHT TIME FOURTEEN DAYS.
Mark good, care of Pritchud, Palisade.
Diamond Diamond
LOOK AT MY
PRICE LIST OF TOBACCOES:
4 Plugs Cable Coil for 1.00
Cable Twist for 1.0O
lSrightTwisifor 1.00
Bright avy for l.OO
lilac k NaT)- for l.OO
EcuUe Tl.ii k for
3 do.
G do.
lO do.
8 do.
3 do.
8 do.
1 Found
1 do.
1 do.
1 do.
Light Pressed fcr
Found tf Eob White for
Olive for 1.00
Yacht Club for - - l.OO
BEST OF JOB PRESSES!
Plain ni Omaznenta.1 Type,
1' incut a&d Latest Btylvi, for kuy lttiul
ot Work, sutb m
Posters, Play-bUls, Receipts, Illiink
Books, Circulars, Checks,
Notes, Tag's.
Fast, How.
No Forwarding Charges by This
Line!
Office, Corner of Pioche and Field Sis,
T. F. LAWLER,
Agent at Pioche.
W. L. PKITCHAtD, Proprietor.
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Cold Bee-
And all other kinds in pro
portion. A Liberal Discount to the
Trade.
All persons hariug claims againkt me are
requested to band the in in. and sll persons in.
debted to me Are notified to conio forward and
settle, or their accounts will be put into tlie
bands of an officer.
XjXJZWCOJiiJkl.,
Store to Let and Fixtures
for Sale.
II. MICHAEL,
Mala at., epposlte Bleailow Valley.
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Huasej J L 1275
Lazure L T, Trustee 1359
Luzure LT, Trustee 13(10
Mtrgnstern M 12SS
Martin O P. Trustee lMil
Mansur J , Trustee, bal 1643
Prrine Q M, Trustee M
Richardson E A, Trustee, ...114
Hicliardaon E A, Trustee,... 1'J7
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Itlchardson E A, Trustee. . . 39
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Hichardson E A, Trustee... 464
Richardson E A, Trustee... Iti6
ltichardson E A, Trustee. ,, 6if9
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Richardaon E A, Truetee... 914
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Richardson K A, Trustee... 11 33
ltichardson E A, Trubtos...1161
Richardson E A. Tuatee...l'207
Richardson E A, Trustee. . .13911
KichariU-on E A, Trustee,,, 1417
Richardaon E A, Truetee... 1445
Richardson E A, Trustee. ..Hi
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Richardson E A, Trustee. . .1448
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Raymond wm H, Trustee.. 411
Rose L B, Truetee 1419
Horse B B, Truetee H7S
Schmcldcll Hy. Trustee.. ..1433
Slovens T H, Trustee 16lg
Sharp OF W40
Turubull ii Smith, Trust ..1496
Tnylor H W, Trustee 1(120
Utile J Clem, Trustee 237
I'hler J Clem, Trustee 701
UhlcrJClem, Trustee 795
l.OO Webrter Soule, Trust..!! 651
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Cshill E k Co, Trustees. ... 412
OiivalllerJ P, Trustee 293
Cavalller i P, Trustee Til
Coarsen O A, Trustee 13U9
Crandall W O, Trustee 80
Crandall W O, Trustee 887
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Crandelt W O, Trustee 918
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Crandall W O, Trustee 1039
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Crandall W O, Trustee 1075
Crouilall W a. Trustee 1147
Crandall V u, Trustee 1175
C- audall W O, Trustee 1504
Crandall W a. Trustee 1306
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E. HAMILTON,
Wholesale
aadvKefall
cs::r:cATi3 cr utccz, it:
SQERWOOD at BRO.,
IiOST !
OX ELT STREET, A LARGE PEA TIL RING.
The finder will be suitably rewarded by
leaving It at the ofnoa of the Pioeae Daily aee
ord, at Hleara Cigar Store, Mala at. d30-lra
OAHDS
Of aU alzea, sbades
and shapes, in plsiu black or in sny or all the
colors of the rainbow.
MAIM BTRKKT, PIOCHC,
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SUPPLY ALL KINDS
MINING A'D BUILDnra LUMBER,
RAWED TTMBBB,
UIWED TIHBIB lit P.O L I S.
Have oa hand
CALIFORNIA LUMBEB,
REDWOOD and SUGAR PINE,
MOULDINGS, Etc., Etc.
Alio, DOORS and WINDOWS, and have con
stantly on hand a large supply, which will be
sol 1 REASON ABLE BATES. ap22 tf
FRANK WHEELER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
In General Hardware,
XDesealer laa.-
Main Street, Pioche,
rrtlll RETAIL DEPARTMENT OUMPTtlSINO
X a Liquor and Billiard Saloon, with f
tw and
SPLEMMO
TABLES!
Has been fitted up regardless of expense, and
challenges comparison with any Saloon In the
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Holmes k Co A. Trustees . . .2037
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Husfity 4 L, Trustee 2770
Jones Frank, Trustee 1587
Kusel John 405
Keith W H 2f85
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I .azure L T Trustee 2450
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Lazure L T Titistee 2812
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Marina E J de Sla, Trustee.. 694
Marina E J de Sla. Trustee.. 695
M. Donald M J, Trustee 1476
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Noble H H, Trustee 2136
Noble H H, Trustee 2185
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Publishing all the Telegraph News,
Ceneral News Summary,
I aeons
1 MILL ooons amx OOODS
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Iron and Ktool,
Stoves of all Kinds,
H!to Eta Eta Eta.
A Supply of
TINWARE
A MINING REVIEW
Famishing aa account of tht condltloa of ths
ainas la tba asrsral aiatrlcti: eoadllloa ef the
works; lata eyelenmeaM; ataeuat ef ere for
the weak; yield at ere worked j proposed Chang
as; ana tharsaatttrs Intaeest to ewnars and
tht general nubile,
Tinware Tinware'
'tinware Tinware
Tinware Tinware
Tin wart Tinware
On hand; also Tf a Work Execated prompt
ly at reasonable rates.
STONM BTOHK,
Upper Mais ttreet, Pioohe, Kerada.
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GOOD NEWS
PEOPLE OP PIOCHE.
QUILLEN & DONAHOE,
MEADOW VALI.EY ITRUT,
StU the
Cheapest and Best Bread
IN- TOWN,
t L01VES, I P0UHD8 K1CH, I'OR )1.00.
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Tht PaatwkaaUsea at Plocae at .
; Bre'a. nl
MORE EXTENSIVE!
MORE ATTRACTIVE 1
JOHN C. LYNCH,
Wholesale and Ectail Liquor Merchant,
Corner Main and Liicom streets,
PIOCHE,
Alto Proprietor of th LongBtublisbed
lid Wfcil-kuown
FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS,
TASES PLEAfirUE IN INFOltMINO OT.D
latri.i (tud now unei thst be will contiuuc,
ai neretoioN iu kvep
THE FINEST WINES,
XjIQXJOIRS
xsjss-n OIGAI1S
TH THIB MARKET.
Particular attention will bereafter be given
The Wholesale Trade.
All desiring to stock Bars, In tht city or out
side camps, srt invited to call and sslapie goods
and learn prices
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
PALACE
Fisher E, Trustee E'4
Hither K, Trualee 7P4
1 isher E, Trustee J7
Fisher E, Trustee 114
Fisher E, Trustee 10K8
Fisher E, Trustee 12C9
Olazicr I A- Vo, Trusted ... ell
Glazier 1 a Co, Trustees . . . CO
Glazier I a Co, Trustees ,. , r2
Glszier I k Co, Trustees ... 74
Glazier I A-Co, Trustees... M 10 10
Gkiver It Stark. Trustees... 371 1(1 Ifi
Glover A Ktark, Trustees. . . Sell .1 fi
Glover k Stark. Truateea... 4:1(1 2(1 Jo
Gordon C P, Trustee 6:17 to to
Gedge 1 H P, Trustee hrl Ml fid
Hutchinson John. Trustee. .819 67 ( 7
Hutchinson John, Trustee. .614 Ul io
Holmes A A Co, Trustees. .. Wl 1 1
Hughet W A, Trustee B74 f0 '60
Euubes W A, Trustee 675 60 E0
Hughes W A, Trusteo 76 60 60
Hnuhet W A, Trustee 87 7 60 60
Hayward O F, Trustee Kill 60 60
II uiihea B, Trustee l:u 10 111
Mi Hsfflc James, Trustee... 1268 3.1
Noble H H, Tiustee 639 f0 60
Noble H H, Trustee 17 UK) 110
Noble H H, Trustee 9t3 100 100
Noble H H, Trustee 1X 4 ll lufl
Noble II II, Trustee Ul!4 60 50
Powniug a Howard .Trust.. 82 60 60
Peck I P, Trustee 62 lis) 100
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ltichardson E A, Trustee. . . 422 IS 10
Richardson E A, Trnatee... 64 1 1
Richardson E A, Trustee... 648 !0 SU
Kichardson E A. Trustee... 607 20 20
Richardaon E A, Trustee... C08 60 60
Richardson E A, Trustee... 770 6 6
ltichardson E A, Trustee... V49 10 10
ltichardson A, Trustee ... 97(1 loo loo
Hicbsrdson EA, Trustee ... 1007 60 60
Richardson E A, Trustee, ,.1011 1(0 100
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Richardson E A, Trustee... 11 70 60 5n
Richardson E A, Trustee... 1282 6 DO
Richardson E A, Trusteo ... 1286 10 10
Richardson E A, Trustee... 1200 20 20
Reed H R. Trustee, 1288 2i 26
Reed II It, Trustee. 1289 25 26
Schmieden Hy Trustee.... 841 60 60
Schmieden Hy Trustee.... 677 30 30
Sleeper Geo. Trustee 60 60 60
Spinney Geo R, Trust 245 6 6
Spinney GeOsR. Trust 611 8 8
Spinney Geo R, Trust 11K0 1 2
Spinney Geo B, Trust 1279 30 30
Spinney Geo R, Trust 1K39 26 25
Spluney GeoR.Truat 133S 25 2S
Turnbull W Co. Trust... 1083 60 60
I hlerJ Clem, Trustee tt 100 lcO
filler J Clem, Trustee 1(10 1(0 1(10
I'blerJ CUm. Trustee 164 1(0 100
White li H, Trustee 81a 60 60
WinanB J C. Truatce 12t'8 1110 100
Wripiit W H, Trustee 1119 50 20 .
Wade A P 7C8 llio 100
And in accordance with law and an order of
the Hoard of Directors, made on the aixteenth
day of December, 1873, so msny shares of each
parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be
sold at public auction, at the salesroom of John
Middleton k Son, No. 810 Montgomery St., Han
Frsncisco California, on I'hureria v, tba
Nineteenth Day er February, 1874, at
the hour of two o'clock p. m. of aucb day, to
pay the delinquent assessments thereon, to
gether with costs of advertising and expenses
of the sale.
GEO. R. 8PINNEY. Secrelarv.
Office No. 320 California street: Room Ko. 5,
San Francisco Cel. j28.td
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Norwood W E, Trustee 2S97
Norwood W E, Trustee 2399
Norwood W E.Trnstee 2700
Norwood W E. Trustee 2701
Peckhani F. L. Trustee 258
Parker A Fry, Trustees 2115
Parker k Frv, Trustees 5118
Powntngs Howard. Trusteit267S
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Richardson E A, Trusle;.... 773
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Richardson E A, trustee 1728
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RUSSELL SCOTT
HAS OPENED CLUB ROOMS OYER HAL
PIN'S Hardware Store, Main street and
has connected therewith a handsome Bar.
Persons visiting the PALACE can rely on the
best ef accommodations, and when other
amusements are required It will not be necessa
ry to go tlsaw here. o27-tf
Philadelphia Brewery,
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE
SCHCSTRICH tt KLEIN! PROPRIETORS
IS FtmNlSHTltO A BTJPETIIOIt ARTICLE OF
Lager Beer, In quantities to suit, at the low
est rates. Adjoining camps tuppilrdon short
otict. JyJ4-tf
CAPITOL SALOON,
MAIN STREET, HOCJ7.
T. XX. CoV
PROPRIETOR.
I'-IEP THE BEST WTNM, LIQUORS AND
a. CIO Ana tnat are obtainable la the United
" mylatt
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS BERKBT GIVEN THAT THE
eopartnerahlp heretofore existing between
tne mderalgned, In conducting the feed and
livery business, at ths Pioneer stable. In Pioche,
Nevada, baa been this day dissolved by mutual
etnaeut. K. H. Btssikuraer will conduct the
tame business In tht future on bis own account,
pay all bills due by tbt late firm, and collect all
duet owing to tne aama.
JOSEPH COOI,
. E H. UlSallt'MEB.
Plocht, Key., Dec. . 17J. lU-lm
Change of Proprietors.
HAV1NO DISPOSED OF THE STOCK AND
GOOD WILL jif tht Pioneer t tables to
Mr. Lehman. I cordially recommend blui to sll
my lste pstrone.
E. R. BIS81RCMER.
Pioche, Key., Jan. 8, 1874.
II
AVINO BECOME THE PROPRIETOR OF
tnt, in Pioctat?, I propoM to ketp the Mine in
a maiixtfT to rait the timci, aotl to Insure lumu
mud satintf action.
First cIim turaouti of every dpgcrlpticn
Bm'gie nd Buggr t(imennsurpaRiiFd this side
of H.vy Francisco. Flint clus tteddls Homei.
Htoi-k k?pt on most rraioDovble terma, and
aati Rf action guaranteed. Only give me a trial,
Jl!t.l K. p. LEHMAN.
D AIM CI IMG
ACADEMY.
MR. BACH RE8PECTFULLT ANNOUNCES
that be has commenced giving lessons in
Dancing at Brown's Hall.
AU tbe latest and most fashionable dances
taught, and Mr. B. will guar an tea to make each
pupil an accomplished ball room dancer after
one course.
Claasea for Gentlemen (new beginners) from
f to a o'clock Tuesday snd Friday evenings.
Regular claasea from t to 10 tame evenlntm.
Classea for Ladies and Children from I to I
p. m. Tneedaya and Fridays
For further particulars, apply at tbe hall.
d27-tl L. BACH
PUBLIC NOTICE.
4TO PERSON OR PERSONS ARE AUTHOB-
Al 1:
I red to contract debts on my account, nor
111 a pay any oeui so eonaractea.
JnT-tf P. HOLLAND.
Richardaon E A, trustee V619 100
Richardson E A, trustee 2618 1(10
Richardson E A. trustee 265 1(0
Richardson E A. Trustee..
Richardson E A, Trustee. .
Richardson E A. Trustee..
Richsrdson E A. Trustee...
Richardson E A . Trustee. . . .27f4
Richsrdson K A, Trustee.... 2771
Richardson E A, Trustee... 2803
Richardson E A, Trustee.. ,.!Rl9
Russell J B, Trustee 2077
Scbmitt M. Trustee 81)8
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2411
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2437
Schmieden Hy. Trustee.
Schmieden Hy, Trustee,
Schmieden Hv, Trustee.
Schmltt C A, Trustoe...
Scbmitt C A, Trustee...
Sleeper Oeo, Trustee....
Seader Jnltn H. Trustee.
Turnbull A Co TV. Trusteea.24'.H
Tranor ft Knox, Trustees... 1719
Tavlor Wm S, Trustee W.U
Tsvlor Wlu 8, Trustee 2C84
l liler J Clem. Trustee (61
filler J Clem. Trustee.bal.. 6C4
I hie,r i Clrui, Trustee..
Uhlcr 1 Clem, Trustee. .
Vhler J Clem. Trustee.,
l imont J N, Trustee. . . ,
Viiuont J N. Trustee. . . .
Woods k Freeborn, Trust. ..123
Wilson William 2M
Wall J S, Trustee...
Winter P, Trustee.. .
W bite U H, Trustee.
W hite U H, Trustee.
WhlteU H. Trustee.
Wade A P, Trustee. .
Wolf F, Trustee
Wrtlt V Trii.le
Wright W II. Trustee 2'-,S
Youniz A A. Trustee 2uiw
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60
60
6
40
60
40
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10
30
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60
20
6
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60
60
100
20
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60
60
100
3
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60
25
ra
60
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20
1
611
10
10
60
13H
J
135
15
HC
76
31H
75
87
75
75
76
75
71
169
75
15
It
160
7N
16
3710
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7S
75
75
150
15(1
160
75
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li
71
75
75
15
75
160
75
75
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71
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150
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1 75
150
160
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163
150
150
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37 60
75
15
65
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16
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71
160
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110
150
22 60
75
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75
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150
160
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150
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150
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71
150
60
71
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69
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71
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75
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And In acrnrilsnre With law ami " j
the Beard of Trustees, inldeon tt" nm w
Dccirabir. 1873, ao many shares . f,
oel of as ul slock aa may he nM-sry wij,
told at public suctien at the "'""-wt,
Middleton fc Son. No. 'Jl1IuniK'I.,dar,
San Francisco, California, on '"J'.. Vl
the Fourth day of DrBaT'd.V T ie V1
tbe hour of twelve o'clock n. or seiddM'
aaid delinquent assessment m.'
with coats of advertising "d "K'nvry.
IiAVlDT. BAOLEY, Becrcowi.
Offlce: RoomANo LNO. M 0Zi
Ran Francisco. California. ' ,
Oflice Portland 8,'T.
Company. location of P"'"'';:',oc.1on
business. San Francisco "'' ecul.tr.
workt, Ely Mining District. Uncora
NevadaNotice Is hereby given ' ,,), day
ing of tbe Board of Dlrectors.beld on tne
nveceni. iier r" r,bi, lnnneois'
k of tni coporatlon p.y.Me
in United Stat, s gold coin, to '"'Jautonut
the offlc. of the Compsny, No. 43
street. Sen rnm.CmW'nlk rt,n
a.- hmi which this asse1' ...,..tt,
Any stock upon which tb,Vretiriisrf.
remain unpaid on the ,,,,ul.";,l4rtised B
,m"Lf7 "''.'."r .nd nnle P-ff'SV
tale at public suction, -" ,3)Br
made before, will be ' ".Jilnt staeis;
of Mar.lt. 187.toFT i'rUtinl
ment, together with costt of save,
expenses of sale.
By order of th. BtooriAY. e"r
Offlce: No. t3 CallfornU stre. 4.
laco, ti. .
LOST!
-(BFCK NO. 15. DPAWN fgf SlaV
I .... .n . wells. FaraoACo-i . tij
V--'" . ' 1" '111 nrrtona "w-a
' ..,.nt ns
Oufllen fc Donahne.
topped.
haSS
negotiating for tbt " PW"" ,u-al

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