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FEBKIABY IK. 111. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Trouble at Dry Valley, At Dry V.Ury, in tbU county, snj ,bout lea miles froin Tiocbe, quite a set tlement is formed o( the eniplciyts of the Meadow Valley Mill ttai Mining Corn MDf. Aiming others there duniicileil and in the employ of the company nre Charles Cory aim t. 91. Delunaute. Cory is a married an an, he and bia wife residing in the valley. S.ime time ago a scandalous and delamatory letter wa sent to Mrs. Cory, and (be fact coming to the knowledge of her husband, be tet parties to work to ferret oat the author of the scamiolous letter, aud according to Cory'a testimony, he found evidence sufficient to satisfy Aim that Delahante hi the guilty party. It should be atat ed in this connection that there was no other testimony introduced to connect Delahante with the disgraceful affair With the evidence satisfactory to him- itlf, Cory presented the defamatory let ter to Delahante and demanded that be give a written acknowledgement of his pull, which, according to Delihanta's testimony, be gave through fear of his life. Delnbante procured a warrant, npon which Cory wns arrested, and tu case was heard by Justice Van Hagen yester iiny. Delnbante testified that Cory showed biiu the letter, and, pistol iu baud, demanded that lie Acknowledge the authorship, and that be (Delahante) denied ever bnviug written or instigated the scandalous letter. Cory denied having a pistol, but admitted that he compelled Drlahnnte to sign it, believing that he (Delahante) was too great a coward to refuse bis demand. Cory also told Del- ahaute that according to the custom of the countty be bad forfeited his life by his conduct. We have only giveu au outline of the testimony, but we believe enough bus beeu said to give the reader a fair idea of what occurred. Uwing to the conflict in the testimony, the Court w is in doubt what course to pursue, but finally dischnrgi d the accused. Before dismissing the case Jusiice Van llngeu referred iu commendatory terms to the moral cournge of Mr. Delnbante in bring ing the matter before the Court. The Court was fully right in that respect, and we will say now and for all time to come, that be who brings his grievance before an impartial tribunal is a better citizen aud displays more moral courage than one who takes the law into bis own hands. The case has been judicially disposed of, and ss much as we respect the in tegrity and wisdom of Justice Van Hagen, we are constrained to say that e luiua ue commuted on error, from all we can gather abont the parties, Mr Cory is a worthy man, and the defama tion of his wife by an anonymous letter was an act of uumitignted infamy an act which should consign the perpetrator to eternal detestation ; but wbeu be saw at to accuse Mr. Delahante (who has all the appearance of a gentleman, and is regarded as snch by those who have been acquainted with hint for years), and to extort from him a confession of guilt (whether with or without deadly wea pons) was a very great moral and legal wiong. Mr. Cory, in view of the great wrong be has suffered, would be held blameless by all good citizens if be took the life of the vile wretch who, afraid to strike opeuly, seeks to injure a lady in the most cowardly manner. But before making an accusation of so damaging a nature as that which be made against Delahante he should have been not only certain in bis own mind, but able to make good bis charge before any tribunal or at the bar of publio opinion. We claim that Cory was wholly wrong in extorting a confession from Delahante without giv ing him an opportunity to explain away anything and everything that pointed to his guilt. A conlession whicb is not given voluntarily and without fear or lavor is bo conlession iu law, nor snoulil it be regarded as of any effect iu morals. To sum np: Cory has been deeply wronged, but in seeking redress he bas acted hastily, although conscientiously, and by his hasty action bas drawn an entirely innocent party into a very em barrassing situation. So far as we are in formed there ia nothing but Cory's be lief tending to implicate Delnbante in this disgraceful affair, and as be stands well in the community, it is a flagrant outrage npon him to harbor a suspicion oi tils guilt. -s. T Callahai li Boru.. "iCH Light I X ASBITALI ND DEPABTtJBEa DIPAHTCBBs. n teavis s ce.'s bamxtos una: Thomas Valour; 8 Uickn KKClul. Htir CiSTOH." This is the classic name given to a locality near the out skirts of the town, the inhabitants of which are said to be not above suspicion. Late one evening Lot long since a Mor mon vendor of heu fruit earae along with a wagon loaded with produce for the Piocbe market, and all at once he was accosted by one of the denizens of the canyon, who first priced the eggs, and then asked how many there were in a certain box. Being told the price, and that the box contained 20 dozen, be quietly remarked, ' I'll take these," and suiting bia action to his words, walked off with the box of eggs. It being dark the Mormon was unable to follow in pur suit, and next day, when an officer under took to find the plunder, be was baffled at every turn, and gave up the chase in despsir. Hordes. Tbul. This morning the trial of Owen Ferguson begins in the District Court. In July last Ferguson, who was then an inmate of the County Hospital, stabbed and killed Robert Ash., Fergnson was indicted for murder, tried' by a jury and convicted, and was sent enced to be bung on the 31st of October. The case was taken np to tbe Suprame Court, aud a new trial wns ordered. He will be tried on tbe indictment found against him in July last. Bbud Eight loaves of, good baker's bread, made from California flour, for $1, st the Eagle Bakery, Main street. uo-li H Freudenthat. Wabbis & Co. have opened a meat market at Highland, with a full supply of beef, pork and mutton. Board fur nished at the mines. flO'tf. A mew circulating library, imported oi- gars, tobacco, stationery and confection ery at J. Levin Sc Co.'s, opposite Hamil ton's saloon. Main street. jRailroafls. HEVADA CEHTBAL BAILWAY 0s Thi Land Ornci. Some months ago, as our readers have already been advised orders were issued at Washington for the removal of the Land Office from Bel mont to Pioche, and afterwards the Reg ister and Receiver advertised for pro posals for removing the bonks, papers, etc., to this place, but that ia as far as those officers have gone iu the matter of complying witb the orders sent to tnem The non-compliance with this order, taken in connection with other mntteil of grievance forwarded to Washington Iroin this place, has resulted in tbe n moral of both tbe Register and R ceiver. A Washington dispatch of tb Oth announces that the President ba sent to the Senate the nominations of J C. Foster for Register and J. W. Wright for Receiver of tbe Land Office at Piocbe. There oan be no question that these nominations will be confirmed by the Senate at once. As soon as either the Register or Receiver eets bis com mission be will proceed to Belmontt tske possession of the Land Office and re move tbe archives to Pioche. Both Ih new appointees are well known citizens of Pioche, and their appointment wi give general satisfaction Here. MiscaBhied LtTrzB. On the 10th of January last, an old gentleman named Francis B. Evans, living ia Pioche, mailed at our Postofflce a letter to his wife, who lives at Plaoerville, Cal. In this letter Mr. Evans placed a check for $50 drawn in bis own favor and en dorsed; also a $5-piece and five $2-60-pieces. On tbe bnok of tbe letter was plainly written "if not called for within ten days, return to Francis B. Evans, Piocbe, Nevada." Mr. Evans wrote to hie wife on the 38th of January, and mentioned the forwardins of the money in a letter mailed here on the 10th of January. Then the fact became known that the letter aantaininff the money had either been mislaid or feloniously abstracted from the mails. All efforts to trace it np have been nnavailing. It is a Deiter way to have all valuable letters registered, and then no mistake can oc cur. Old Map. We saw yesterday at G. R Alexander'i drng store, the old map of Reese River District, the identical one taken to Europe by Col. D. E. Buel in 1867. The map extends north and south from the 35th to the 44th parallel, and east and west from tbe 114th to the 118th degree of longitude. It is quite a euriosiiv. and wns rnmnileil for the Aus tin Committee on Paris Exposition, in February, 1867. There have been many cnanges in political divisions and min ing districts since it was compiled, yet the old map is still an object of interest to early settlers in Eastern Nevada. Attintiom Joboes. The trial jurors summoned for the December Term felicitate themselves upon the fact that their term of service is at a close only this week and next retuaitiue. Thev will be required to answer to their names in the District Cotrt at 10 o'clock this moraine, and from those who appear a jury will be obtained. All should make it a point to be ou hand, that no delay may occur in consequence of absent jurors. From Hiko. W. M. Wilson and wife arrived in town last evening from Hiko. From Mr. Wilson we learn tbut old man Chaffee, who was so badly burned a few weeks ago, is fast recovering from his injuries, aud his "doctors" give the unanimous opinion that he is entirely out of dunger. Mr. Wilson says that they have bad stormy weather in Uiko, and that the roads between Pioche aud Hiko are in a very bad condition. He was 1C hours coming from Uiko to Bullionville. Danciko Assehblt. The first of a series of parties to be giveu by Mr. Bach to bis pupils and their friends comes off Ibis evening at Brown's Hall. We ac knowledge the receipt of a complimentary ticket. The pupils of Mr. Bach bsve gained such proficiency in tbe graceful art of dancing that we are sure they will pass a pleasant evening. The mnaio will be under the leadership of Professor Mitchell. Dizaobkkablk. Tbe weather contin ues disagreeable. Yesterday morning snow fell tbick and fast for some time, but owing to tbe mild weather it melted as fast it fell. There was a continuous dripping of water from tbe eaves for hours, and the streets were filled with muddy water. The thoroughfares sre becoming very bad, and we bave little hope of any improvement soon. Dpll Tims. Jobny Clark is still at the club rooms of J. C. Lyncb, dealing the same limit. We expect in a few days require tbe use of some experts, and trust iney win come lorwara in time, it, WitceauoLD & Goodham are agents for the Alta Californian, Bulletin, Sacra mento Union, Virginia Chronicle and other papers, besides Eastern pictorials and periodicals. Goodman is also car rier for tbe liauy iiicobd, ana oraers for the paper will be promptly attended to if leltat Y ledernom s. AucTioit Salz. On Wednesday next, at 1 o'clock p. m., E. A. Friend will offer for sals his entire stock of new snd second-band furniture, and those in want of such articles may be sure of obtaining good bargains, bee advertisement. Nathan May Kb, representing the house of Kullinan & Armer, dealers in cigars aud tobacco. San Francisco, came in yes terday on tbe Salt Lake stage, lie will remain several days. i. N. Cbaioui was the only passenger telegraphed to leave Palisade for Pioche yesterday. Miners and laborers are wanted at the New Almaden quicksilver mines, Santa Clara county, Lai. ore aavenisemeut. Indus Aoknt Ikoauj arrived yester day by the Salt Lake stage from the East. A xt lndv or centlcmsn toucht to waltz in five privuta lessons by L Bach, lw To-day. is Ash Wednesday, and Lent begins. . AHSEHMllKNTS). Following is a list of sales of delin quent stocks now advertised iu our paper axadobtubnkl. Assessment N0.l Levied Feb. i Amount per share $1 Delinquent in ofllce Mar. 12 Day ol sale Mar. 31 Secretary. Louis Kaplan Office.. Booms 3S and 'I, Mervhanti' LichaliJiP. Callfornla street, Han Francisco Cal. ALTS. Aesessmsnt No. 6 Levied Feb. 1 Amount per share 25 cts delinquent in office Har lil Dsyuf aale Aprils Secretary C.F. Balcom Office.. 4211 Montgomery street, Ban Francisco, California. RIOHLAKD OOSSOUOATKO. Assessment No. 1 Levied Feb. 3 Amount per share 25 cts liellnnueut in ufflce Mar. 10 Day of aale April 11 Secretary 11 H. Brown Office.. ttoom No. t, 493 Montgomery St., Ban Francisco Cal. WASnMOTO AND CBXOLB. Assessment No. 10 Levied Feb. 9 Amount per share $1 lleliuqueut iu office Mar. 14 Day of aale April fl secretary Frank V. Cleary Office. .Room No. IS, Merchants' Exchange, Cal llornla St., Han rranciaco cal. BILTr-B FKAK. Assessment No. 4 Levied Jan. 18 Amount per share 75 cts Delinquent in office Mar. 7 Day of sale Mar. 28 Secretary Geo. T. O rimes Office. .Hoom 3, No. 340 Montgomery St., south east cor. fins, Han ranciaco cal. coxdos. Aseeaament No. 3 Levied Jan. 37 Amount per share 35 eta Dellnouent in office Mar. 1 Dayol sale . Mar. in becretary Ueo. T. Urimes Office. .Boom 3, Mo. 340 Montgomery St., south. east cor. Fine. San Francisco Cal. ,N AND AFTER MONDAY, DECEMBER 1ST, lsiS. trains will run as follows unul for. ther notice: Leave Bullionville, T a m.; 1:10 p. m. Arrive at Amador Mill 7 :46 a. m.-, 1 25 p. m. " Head ot Canon S a. m.; 140 p. u Dry Valley Station :.! a. Oi.; J p.m. " Fioche 9 :16 a. m.i a p. in. BITDI11XO : Leave Pioche at 10 a. m.; 4 p. m. Arriveat Dry Valley Ktation 10:45 s. m.4:45 p.m. " Head of Canon 11 a. tn.;S p. m. " Amador Mill 11:15 a.m.; 6:15 p.m. Bullionville 11:45 a. m.; tAS p.m. A Fasaenger Car will accompany each train. Tbe trains run by the meridian time. JOEFH W. HEBBITT, Superintendent. H. C. CHAPIX, n30-tf Passenger k Freight Ag't. ganfciug gottSfS. 0 O. P. X. IFL. !f AND AFTER MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Hit. lH7a. Train, will leave OUDEM daily! a follows; 50 P. M. Paaatrager Train fur SacraiufDtc and Ban Francisco. tS5 P. ML. FralKbt Train for Bacramento and Han yraucittco. T. H.GOODMAN. General Paaaenger and Ticket Afnt. A. N. Towna. Gcnerml Buporiatsanfc. nil-U ARattssiuent . Levied Amount Delinquent In office.. , nay oi aaie betretary. .. CAUOUNE. No. i ..Jan. 17, 1H74 ,..$1 per share, ...Feb. 37 1874 .March 30 1874 .Cliss. E. Elliot Offic0..Room 28 Hayward's building. 419 Call' f ornia street, San Francisco, California.. PIOCHX. Assessment no. 6 Levied Jan. Itf, 1876 Amount II pershars Delinquent In office Mar. 6, 174 Day of salt Mar. 26, lt74 becratary Cnas. fc. Elliott Utiles. .Koom 28, Haywaad's Building, 419 Cali fornia fet., Ban Fraucixto cal. f AUK . VaVMACaaVa Assessment Levied Amount. .. No, ....Jan. 19, 1874 .60 cts. per alure ... Feb. 34, 1874 ...Mar. 16. 1874 Secretary Louis Kaplan Ufnre. .Kooms 20 aud 27, Merchant, jiaciiange, California St. ban Francislo Cal. Delinquent in offic Day of sals.. POBTLAKD. Assessment Levied Amount per share lteiiuqueni in omce Day of sals secretary . , Offlcs . . .No. 438, Ban Frsnclsco, Cal CHABTU OAK. AssesRment No Levied Amount Delinquent tu office Day oi sale, Secretary.. No.S January 10 25c-.ata ....February 16 March H ,.11. J. Gaay THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA, Union Pacific Railroad TIME TABLE. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, TRAINS VIU leave and arrive at Ogden daily, as followt Lkavk. Daily express, 8:30 a. sn.; mixed 6:30 p. m i freight, 10:30 ft. m. Asbivz. Daily express, SJOpm.; mixed, m.; freight, 6:10 a.m. Dailv connections made at Ogden with t tub Central Kailruad from Salt Lake City nil points in Southern Utah. At ury an, witn stages ior tne sweeiwsier mines. At Cheyenne, with Denver Pacific Itailroad. for Denver, Central City, Georgetown and all points in Colorado and New Mexico. At Oiuaha, with Chicago end Northwestern; Chicago, Kock Island and Pacific; burliugton and MiHsouri River; Kansas City, St. Joe aud Council Bluffs Railroads, aud Missouri river line of steamers, for all uoints east and south. Tickets for sale to alt points earn at umce oi Wells, Fargo k Co., East Temple street, and st the office of the Utah Central Kaiiroad. in Kelt Late City; also at the Union Pacific Railroad ticket office, in Ogden, at which office berths ou sleeping-cars can be s cured . Arrangements have been made whereby pas sengers desiring to visit Denver, on their way cast, can avail tnemaeives oi an excuraiuu raie from Cheyenne to Denver, aud return, at greatly reduced rates. For particulars and ell information in regira to pssuge, apply at the ticket offices. Passenger should be careful to secure their pasmtge tickets to all eastern and southern points via Omaha, and thus avail themselves of a through sleepingcar, comfortable acconunoda t.ons sua qutcx time. General Ticket Agent. T. E. SICKLES, au23-tf Chief Engineer and Superintendent. Uomrtt of Ulrertnrsi JOHN P. KKLLEY Pre! dent CHAS. A. WIEDLRUOLD Vice President CHAS. A. WIEDEKHOLD Secretary JOHN GARBER, J. W. WRIGHT, H. 8. LUBBOCK,. A. BROWN, HARRT I. THORNTON. Attorneys t TUORNTUN, KELLEY k GABBER DEPOSITS BECE1VID. EITHER ON OPEN account or to issue cetti tics tee therefor pay. able on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN IPON NEW YORK and BAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the IT, S, Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PAKIS, BE KLIN J And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold Collections Promptly Made, Railroad and Mining Stock Buulit and Sold on CommitfioiL 7 Money Loaned on Stocks. t Correspondents i LA ID LAW k CO., Agents of the Bank 1 . w VllrV of California J w ,0 BANK OP CALIFORNIA, and 1 J. H. LATHAM at CO., Stock' San Francisco Brokers ) Delinquent Taxes. COlTtTY OF US- arflirarf. Jal-tf. J. W. WRIGHT, Bask Mauaai r. Utah Central Railroad. TIME TABLE. TRAINS LEAVE 8 ALT LAKE CITY DAILY 1 al 6 30 a, 10 and li:45 p. m. Arrive at Os den at TOW a, m. and 646 p. m. Trains will leave Olden dally at 8 40 a. m. and :30p. m. Arrive st Halt Lake City st 10:40 a. m. sua ;w p. m. Mixed Trains will ran daily. Sundays excreted, leaving. Salt Lake City at 8 a. m. and tia p. m., and Usden at 6 a. m. and 6 40 a. m. au'.tl WELLS, FARGO & CO., EXC'UANCK, BANKING AMD Express Company. BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC Transfers oil Chii-SKoand New York, paya ble in the uriuciual cities of the United btstea ana uauaus; also nun on lxmuon. Currem-v bouizht and sold. Collections and Com missions of all kinds exe cuted, sud General Express slid Banking Busi ness attended to promptly in all parts of the United States, Europe and Canada. Bullion bought and ADVANCES HADE ON B Hit's. EN Tb Of BULLION; fcXcnaOtfa bought, DtiiKisitB received. AHsessments paid and Dividends collected on uining Biotas, EXPRESS LINKtt To C-ilifnrnia, Nevada, Oregon. Nebraska, Col orado, Montana, Wyoming, wantiiuRton and Idaho Territories, British Columbia, New York, Atlantic States and Europe, Mexican Ports, Yokohama. Ilongkong, Shanghai. Ofllce In Jacobs 4 Saltan Block, Main fttraet, Pioche. JeW-tf J. M. BEIBERT, Agent, OTATE OF NEVADA, tO OOLM. NatlM of Malt Ctmnfacvi. To the foUowlna-nanied dtfendantrtnd to all claimants to tha real ewiate and improvementa. wiifn ajuM-asea stpariutiy, nereiuaitfer aeacriuea, known or unknown: You are hereby bojUA d that suits have be?n couiueDCd before J. B. Van Hagen, Justice of the Feacs, in the Juttice's Court of the Tuwnship ot Pioche, County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, by the state of Nevada, plaintiff, against ca h of the defendants hereinafter named and cab of the following deeenbed tracts or parcels of land, with the im Drovmenta. when separately assessed, and all owners of or claimants to the same, known or unknown, to recover tbe tax and delinquency assessed to said defendants attainst said property fur tbe fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of January. A. D. 1K73. sud ending the Hist day of December, A. D. 1073, and that a summons hss been duly Issued in each oase; and you sre fur ther notiued thst uulew you appr and answer tbe complaint filed, on or before Tha 6th say of Fo bra a it. A. l. 1N71, at 14 O'clock m of that efav. Judgment will be taken against yon and the real estate and Improvements herein described for tbe amounts of tax and delinquency specified and ooata of suit. .Description of Property. J A Curtis, the possessory rlsira to ranch in Pahrsnagat Valley, containing $M arrea of lsnd. and improvements, and situated west of and adjoining the ranch of P. Wrights; tax and percentage $.fii.ftH. John Cocroft, tite posaesaory claim to 160 acres of land at litko ana improvements; tax ana nercentsire 90.W. El i'orsdo Mill, ten-stamp mill In El Dorado uanyon, at tne junction oi ins n.i iwraao can yon with the Colorado river; tax and percent sue 114.40. Jennings, the possessory claim to 110 arrea cf land, witn improvements, at ot i nomas; tax sud percentatfti 100.10. W L Kings, the possessory claim to ranch in Hi no valley ana improvement, sousn oi Gear's ranch; tax and percentage 163. ti. Psttersou k Lsssell, tbe possessory clsim to 320 seres oi una ana improvements at uvenon tax aid percentage GH.H6. Samuel Young, one smelting furnace and tram way in rreibtrg District, known as me wont. ing Star Co.'s works; tax and percentage 176, GEO. OOLDTHWAITE. District Attorney Lincoln County, Nev. W. 8. TBAVIS, Sheriff Lincoln County, Nev Dated Piocbe, December 'iV, 187 X jatt-td I. B. Mott, Jau, Sacramento. O. B. FtsD, PlOChe. I .! cor O. Hon, Kuffeka. MOTT, FU3H & CO., Meadow "Valley at. PIOCHE .... NEVADA, IMPOIlTEriS And Dealers in HARDWARE, MILL AM) MlflSQ GOODS. CITY MEAT MARKET. Jan, SO cts Fib. IB Mar. .... Geo. W. R.King Office.... 434 California stmt, baa rranclsc California. KXMTUCKV. ABHFMment No. liMt January Amount per share .aflcta Delinquent in office Jfebruary 14 Day of aale .", Secretary pro tetn R. Goldsmith Of: 613 California street. Ban Francisco, Cal. CBItr XaST KXTEHSIOS. Assessment ; Leyied uecemopr au Amount 10 cents persnsre Delinquent In office 1 Dayol sal, . " Secretary e6'r OfuCO.. ..414 Immoral, aim-., omu imi , , HCHM 4 HUST. Assessment Levied Dec a, isu Amount Kl cents per ana Delinquent in office Jsn. M, 174 Day of sal lm,1 Secretary T. L. Kimball Ora..Room 9 No. 1 California street. San Frsnclsco, Cal. aaoaiCA rue. Assessment ;; ,! Uvled Del!-18 Amount per share M Delinquent In office JV""1 i Day o? Sal. iJW71 a.... i Geo. B. Spinney Office ...... . .320 California atreet, Ban Francisco HKWana, AMeaametit 0' 6 Levied Amount per share... Delinquent In office Day of aals Secrettry. Omc... Utah Southern Railroad. rliRAINa LEAVK THR UTAH CEJfTOAL 1 Depot, Salt Lake City, at 7 a. m. and 1 HO o'clock d. m. sauay nearest point to liiuc vuikuwuw canyon), at s:iu a. m. ana o:.hi p. m. Arrive at Leui at V a. m. and 4-10 p. m. Leava Lehl at 8:80 a. m. aud 5 p. m.i Sandy, at 10:A0a. m. and 6:10 n. m. Arilvs at Salt Lake Clly at ll:3o a. m. and p. m. a2u-3tf Utah Northern Railroad. rilllAlNB LEAVE COHINNE AT 1:90 P.M.; J. leave Logan at 8:J0 a. m.. to connect with trains for oeilea ana Malt Le. (IIRISTM1S PRESEMS! JTJ8T RECEIVED, A lot of Blurk anil Colored Silks, Dress Goods, Lace Handkerchiefs Kid Cloves, ' and Fancy Goods, Suitable for Christmas Presents. Dnpont's Elastimi Powder, Giant Pbiiitr M tiiu CaMles am Fuse, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, Tlij. ware. And. Sheriff Sae. BY VTTlTuE OF AN OHDER OF BALK IHISI D out of the District Court In sud fur tbs cuunty of Lincoln. State of Nevada, snd to ma directed sna aeiivtw-a, ior a juamcni rtnaerea In said Court ou the third day of r ebniary, A. v. IhU, in favor of C. H. Light, snd 'atrattist the Florsl Mill and Hiniuff Company, trsuk V heeler, Geo. W. Arnold, J. J. Bslpiu A Co.. Joa. Eitwumann, F. UendorilT snd A. Huodnrsss, for the sum of $17,(ftHJ, dsmsKei. together with l.S'aVT tax costs, counsel fee snd iutf rtst, and all accruing costs, X have levied on the following property, to wn: All tnat certain real esisie snusie m r.iy iu iuir Uiatrlct. Lincoln county Nevsds. sbout one quarter of a mile north of the town of Pioche, ueiow tne cemetery, aim auown a m t iuri Mill," or the mill of the ssld defendsnts, the Floral Mill and Mining Compsny. the ssme being a20-stamp quarts mill, together with the engines, boilers, belting aud machinery therein. and all tbe tools uaea in connection inerewun, and the mill site on which the ssme Is locsted, the buildings and Improvements on ssid mill site, and sll privileges aud rights connected with said mill property or inciueui mereio. Notice if hereby given that on Saturday, the Hth Day of tab. ruary. a. a is., At 12 o'clock m.. I will pell all the right, title and interest of said defendant in and to the above described propeny, at tne Court-house door, in Pioche, at Public Auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said execution aud sll costs, W . o. iHflno,nurini, f7td CLOSING 01TBISLESS!! WE WILL SELL OtB lMMLXBI 8TOC of Iron, Steel, Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Mill and Mining Goods AT LESS THAN COST! We will mannfactnre all kinds of Rheet-lron. Tin and Copper Ware at I lie AC'l I AL COST of material and labor. , This Is a lesltlmete Cloetrig OntKalr, as hsve fully determined to retire from tills busi ness. du-il i. 1. BALF1N a CO. lUAiNK WHEELER & 10., IMi'OBlEBB AKD DEALEKS In General Hardware, Dec. 1 $1.60 Jan. 4 Feb. a '"''. Davia T.Bagley .401 California street, Ban Francisco AN FRANCISCO STOCK KBPOBT. Baa Fautcuoo, Februsrjr 17, Shasxs VIOBNINU BALES. 490 Ophlr-SOH 3K 610 Oould ft Curry 21 il t Best k Belcher a 90 Savage 100 107 107 X 2J0 CUollar Potoal-6 68 M K 3! tSalO 470 Hale a Noreross 69 60 60blo 60 6a X 1676 Alpha 16 16 1, 16 X 14S90 14 H 14 14 300 Kentnck 99 H M 99 Hb6 M S 130 Crown Polnt-87 H 88 88d6 810 Yellow Jacket-69 69), 68 68 H 70b3O 9090 lmperlal-7 7b30 7HO30 6 6X ISO Empire MI11-6H 440 Belcher-86 86 X 85 85 K 8iOOoundence-e9l X 806 Buckeye J 1760 Julia ttt Hib30 100 Con Vlrginls 66 66 X 160 Lady Washington- 4 175 tlorida I SJAndea IX IS .... 1075 Uv.rman-e7bM 65 64 X 64 lDODaney 8X -. 530 Eicheqner 26 60 beg Belcher ei so no 3U0 California 96 X 98 X' lift N V Oon 9X 400 WoodvUle-9X 1 100 Nevada IX 60 Mint 950 150 Trier oo 85 Union Con 15 X 1 80 American Flat 6 X 270 Baltimore Con 6X 6X 760Olobe IX IX I 50 Bullion 7 440 Bock Ielaud-2X IS M Caledonla-97 96 27X MXbSS 900 Arlsona CUh IX 145 Silver Bill 10 10X 90 Eclipae-6X 80 Trench 4 AFTEBXOOK BALIS. 450 Meadow Valley-UX It 130 Kaymond A Kly-89 SIX 9 0 Jac-83o . 70 Waahinglon Creole-lX l'i lXs30 171 Huhn Hunt IX 385 Page J Panaee IX IX an im,ri.in rimm all S ISO El Dorado South 6X X 6X 170 Ida Kllmore IX IX 60 Ingomar 30c 150 Hayee 75cMXcb 75 Ooluen Chariot 30 90 X 900 Alps 500 100 Quintet 250 1145 Belmont 6 X 5X 90 Newark IX KK! Eureka OV-10X . 85 Monitor (Belmont)- 700 St Patrick X . , 165 Bye Patch-X e X 900 Sonth ( harlot-17 17 Xb90 440 Overman-5 7 X 70 Savage-108 108 X lot 70 8egBekher-0 99X425 0 Ophlr-S9X 99X 66 Caledonia B 40 Belcher SX 5V .. 0 Oould k Curry 91 X M Con Virginia 68 X , ' S5 Crown Point 88 X 6d0 Imperial -6 X 6X 915 Alpha-14 1X M 990 Kentnck-aaX 39M 39 92X First door above Halpln's Hardware Store, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA Ma). PECK Co., Proprietors rilHlS NEW MARKET HAS JCST BEEN J. opened, and ia fitted up In ftrstlass style, wiin everyining convenient sou uecer.iy. FRESH, SALT AND DRIED MEATS Of all kinds, and always the very best the country aaords; each ss Beef, Park, Muttun and Veal. Sausage of all Kinds. The Proprietors will do their best to plesse snd satisfy sll customers. Rendered Tallow for Mills and Min ing; Purpoeee. AU orders delivered free of charge, snd fan, lly custom solicited. GIVE 1S A CALXtl n3-tf Notice of Dissolution. HAVING SOLD MY ENTIRE INTEREST In connection with the ' Ban Frsnclsco Brewery," In Pioche, to John Cartwright, the Rn-nartnerabin heretofore existing between the undersigned snd Charles Behr in conducting said brewery la tills day dissolved, and Messrs. Behr snd Cartwrigbt will hereafter carry on the aame at tbe old stsna on rsuaca r ibi, coi lect all bills aud pay all dnea of the late firm. E. H.BIESIKLMF.K. Pioche, Nev., Dec. 5, 1873. 113-ml NEVADA LL PURCHASED SINCE THE PANIC in New York, snd will be sold at greatly duced Prices, at JAS. TINIxAYSON'S, dl9.1m 'sln 8treet. MARKET. AT THE OLD STAND, MINING COMPANIES. wniinina are the nrlncinal Mining Companies on tha Ban Francisco Stock Boarda, together with the number oi lees m " aw m shares to esrli foot: NEVADA MININO COMPANIES. Ft. In She Main St., Opposite Lacour la the Place to Buy The Best and Cheapest MEAT PRITCHARD'S DAILY FAST FREICHT LINE FROM PALISADE, via ETJEEKA PIOCHE. latixxttoone uxu. goods mill eoone vnu. ooouaMill GOOQS auu. eooLS w,t , eouus hill eoona hill eoone Uining Goods Mining Ooods Mining Goods Mining UoodtUrulVrl fjnnT01'lnlng Ooods Miulug taooajuiiiiitu guwuuaMUKwup Mining Ooode Mining Gooda Mining Goods Iron Anxa. Steelf Stoves of all Kinds, Eito Eto EtO Kto. A Supply of Tinware TtnwereT IUUI IDC l IIIIIHIIL Tinware Tinware Tinware Tlnwar. to PABT Pit EIGHT, Time About 60 Hours. SLOW FREIGHT TIME FOURTEEN DAYS. Mark gooda car. of Pritchard, Palisade. Tinware Tinware On hand; also Tin Work Executed prompt, ly at reasonable rates. STONE STORK, Upper Main street, Pioche, Nevada. snio-tf trg meat trl Pm " IN PIOCBB. " Arrivals and Departures of Mails to and from r locne. Eastern and Woetera Mall. Arrim abont 4 D.m.: departs S s.m. This null closes at 7 M a. m. Halt Iake and Vtmtt Mall. Arrives about T n,m.; dearts S s.m., and closes st 9 p. m. Hike Mall Weekly. ..... i... .tit a.m.: densrta Ta dsvs. st I P. m. All msll mstler ior niso i. n't mslled "before Tuesday, should b. rtJ to oms on. Inside, snd not dropped in the letter, boi. Mail closes all JO p m. Ballloaa villa sad Pasiaea. Arrivea dallv. at 11 s. m.i departs 4 p. m.i closes nv. minutes before departure Ma 1 mat. ter for these places should be handed Insid. the Postofnce open dally Incept Sunday end legal holldsys) , from S s. m. until V p. m.i Bun days, from 9 to 10 a. m., and 6 to 7 p. m. tetters registered from a. m. to p. ss. duly except u b0 ABBAHill Pctmaater. NOTICE. THIS COMPANY DOES NOT ASSUME THE indebtedness of Its employee, and fromand iter thia date will not accept or wyorders given by tnem. H. 0. CHAPIH. Secretary. HTMK. Mine.lnft1 Adams HiU.. Alamo Alpha Con... 300 ! A1U 3,600 at) Am. Flat Aria. k Utah.. 1.9O0 l Arkansas 300 1011 Bacon Mill... OS 370 HaltimOTO G.. Belcher 1.040 100 MAlntmtt Bi'Kt k Btkh. VA 100 Bowers 20 J60 nnrkeve Rllllton 3.600 10 PalMl.tnla.... B.OU0 c,1mI 160 l'i Central No. J. 100 200 Chollar.Ptsl . 2.HO 10 Columbus... 10,0110 Confidence, f. 130 C. G. H.Urta. Mia Con. Virginia. 1, l'O Cook Geyer 1,600 Crown Point. 600 Daney a. Dardanelles.. 1,KW EcliDse '0 ElDorsdoS.. -I Empire Mill. 6W Eiu-eka Con . . " - Exchequer... too 20 Flowery 3,000 4 Franklin Globe OouldkCurry 1,200 40 HaletNorc. 400 40 Home Ticket. - Imperial 1 4 Indus ,. Insurance... . 2,000 1! JOS. W. NKSlilTT. Superintendent. d4-tf. 193 600 20 15 166 12 367 Ft. in Shs anus. Mine. In ft Julia 9.000 15 Juniata Con.. 6,000 in Justice 8,000 1 K.K.Cou.... Krntuck 93 316 Knickerbockr 1,200 20 Lady Bryan.. McMahon.... 1,000 30 MiMeans.... 3,000 10 Mint 1,600 SI Mocking Bird 1,200 26 Monitor Belm Murphy 2,000 30 Nevada 3,000 13H N. York Con. S.000 10 Occidental... 800 12H lUpbir 1,400 19 uvermen .... a,juu iu?t Phenix.. Ph. Sheridan. 1.200 90 Plctou 2.000 15 ltork Ialand.. Savage Sno 20 Seir. Belcner.. lou au Sg. Caledonia - fl Senator J Sierra Nevada silvirHill... Silver WeatO. S. Overman . . standard Mill star Con.. ..18,000 JS starlight e.soo at Beef, Mutton. Veal, Pork, SAUSAGES AND SAUSAGE MEAT. Don't forget the place. 03U M. ABADE a CO. ijXJMXsinrt : - SHERWOOD tfc BRO., MAIN STREET, PIOt UK, Fast, Blow. No Forwardingf Charges by This Line! Onice, Corner of Pioche and Field Kts. J. J. HOFFMAN, Agent at Pioche. T. L. riUTCHABD, Proprietor. ais-u AN SUPPLY ....or., ALL KINDS CJT. JOHN LODGE, BU. m, r, Au a m HtitfKl fHimmuiilcBtKmii fourth Balurday evening in etch month. Callrd communication firnt, aecond and third Batuiayeveningaa-THocioca. SJ . r . aU n.AVtv.'s- vv sea Samuel McAdak , Secretary. sterling.... Succor Sutro Trench .... Tyler inion uon. Itah Wondvllle. Yellow Jacket 1,200 Y lowst .. 1,600 3 20 960 ..2,200 15 ,.. 803 SOU .1,400 30 I 90 MINING AND BUILDING Ll'MllEO. SAWED TIMBER, HEWED TIMBER AND POLES. CALIFORNIA LCMDEB, REDWOOD and SUGAR PINK, MOULDINGS and SHINGLES, DOORS snd WINDOWS, Etc. rvsTnNH R. A.. CHAPTER NO. . i Called convocationa first and third Thnrs. clay evenings in escu month st 7 o ciocs. Htated convocations second snd lourth Thursday evenings In esch month. Sojourning nretnren sna cuiiipaiitvua i aw STSUamg COmiSliy invuru w II. Ekacbk, Secretary. e28-tf Jaekson. Jacob Little. . spv y TtlmTT rttCT. , goo 3"HLll:len Hsll. .1,000 Dr. PaulMsBrenan. TkCBLIO LXCTCRE8 ON All. CHRONIC 5enD.rM.nhond. ItJ Urn and on " 1M rn7ni"HJ made him maawr u. XZriS! eonstitnuons-cu beriiid.to the l . .undd Mtmon, . men- telly ana pnysiteuj. i hl.m- . .... .kl. familiar with all the . . . . i ,w HmIWa tmsaiwaion a. "- ' ' . , , i . Correspondence promptly snswered snd a list of printed questions wnt to any part of ths United States on application. Private circular will be sent containing many things worth snowing. Everything with the Doctor strictly conn, dential. Office 1ST Maataroaaerr street. Baa Praactace, Cal. Honrs: From t to 19 s. te s, sad from to T Is p. a. PoatofBoe Box.9l. JsS-tf Alps.. Amsdor Tun. Am. Flag Bowery rhanmiB M.. Charter Os- 1,000 30 Chief of the Chief a. Eat. Condor Excelsior.... HSnTe.:.:::: a.h. Htinis.iaHf i ln.,m.r 1.000 40 Ivsnboe Kentucky... .1.000 Louisa... Msrlon iMead.Vell.y 24,033 Newark 800 Einston.. Lehlgk. .1.000 . l.ooo WI .1.000 ,.1.800 .1,000 1,400 12 H 40 20 Pacific Tun Page a Pane .2,400 16 S reavine i.iaaj w Piocbe 1,000 Ploeh. W. Ex Ploch Ptaenlx Port'and Raymond a E 5.000 Silver Peak.. Spring Mount S. Mm. len . Wrd Beecner. W. k Creole.. 900 ISO Also. STOVE-WOOD, any length and also, at REASONABLE BATES. J. H. RICK. Agent. febll-tf HARRISON BROS., 90IO. Hidden Tr. SOS 90S 90 Silverwav... Stl 'rd Beecner. Gen. Las.. Msmmotb. Noondsy.. CALIFORNIA MININO COMPANIES, ..l,9i 101 ..8,0(0 IH ..3,200 614 14 Independent. 1,800 Keystone ws. Mt. Jefferaon.1,600 16 S Oskvllle qtx RyePstch.... 1st. Lawrence. Ht. Patrick... l.sta 11 Tecumseh.. . . 3,000 10 Yule Gravel., 400 26 AT TIE RECORD OFFICE toss eaa awl lb lasetef Joe Work Scae to ord Alplt Bellevu... Calaveras. Cederberg..., f'nn Amsdor. Cottonwood C ' Dunderberg VI llnvtA 1.1 .,,-ka. 1.SH0 12 Glllia IDAHO. . awme. IMinneeotai. ..1,070 oiliariot ... 150 13H Red Jacket... i. EUmoriC 1.SOO 17 South Chartot ro so TJTAH. ' TswaratOoa..teM UHlWelUngtoa... ....BTjuxns m.... Furniture and Bedding Carpets, Wall Paper, Mnaaar, Doors SSS SMSB. exc, MAIN STREET, PIOCtlE. HPRINO AND PVI.C MATRKS8KS Sla.nk.ets, Shoal-, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SETS, FINE TOILET BETS, Carpet and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF UPHOLSTER a Ooods, Drapery, tic Paper Hanging done. at4-u Jos, Work of la cmptly executed st the office r. juualB xiaaa,x mJw. Masonic Directory. ALL ON LACOtR STREET, PIPIFAX, ri'HE ROSICRUCIANe WERE A SECT OF X Philosopnere who nourished in Germany during the seventeenth century, snd prosecuted profound resesrebes into Nstursl Sclencs snd Occult Philosophy, snd sought to discover tha ELIXIR OP LIFE. Although some superstition msy have been developed among them and other Alchemists In search for tbe tlixlr Vitas, yet there is scientlAs truth at the bottom of all Alchemy snd Astrolo gy. They were Impressed with tbe properties of HERBAL PREPARATIONS, And found dynamic and psychologic force In tbe extract of certain plsnta. Is due to tbs researches of a learned scholar of Europe among ths archives of the Boslcraciana. It is made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered st such sessons of tbe yesr when their Juices sr. strongest snd virtues unimpsired, forming s comoinsiion uunveuru ui mw ria medica. PIPIFAX la an enfmy to all corruption it aaaiata and fort i flea Nature. Ita manner of operation la to Drive to the Extreme Petri a it.ji tii mnu h tha tart?a of the akin and all rniunctoricB of the body, the bad humor which nioleat it, glviutt relif-l even id aiaeafra low niont refractory and difficult to cure, aneh aa NfuralHi. Ujfcppp1'. Constipation, Bit-k Head- ache. lNt-rvuua Wtikntna aua iiuuoDEDeiw. i. pleaaaut to the tafte, mild in ita at tlon, marrcl. oua in ita enecia aua uuiuristisu iirivuu-. Used aa a bevf rage in nialarioua ditstricta it ncu traliif a miasma and pre vent a fevei and ague. Bold by all DruKKiftta, G roc era and Liquor dealei a. Deiot aUV Front utrtet, ban Francisco. 1 t-OUlU Office Port lend Silver Mlnln Company. Location ol principal place ui buaineaa.San Franciaco. California; location of worka, Ely Mining Uiatnct. Lincoln ooiuity, lWaavaria n.nllMla DFNOT KlVifU LillllV m eaJtrcf Ins of the Board of Directora.held on tha loth day ol January, ltm.anaaeeaament (No.S) of twenty- nve cents per anare w ieiu uju tw viim ttnrk of the cortmntion. payable immediately In United State gold eoin, 10 ui Becre.ary, a. the ofllce of tbe Company, No. 4VU8 California atreet. Ban Franciaco, California. Any etock upon which thia aaaeaament ahall sse.wr.svin nr. rati, a on tha 16th day of February, l74. Will oe aeiinquem, uu Buvfrviivu iw sale at public auction, and unless payment ii made before, will oe aom on am amy .r Msawvh. if)74. to ubt tha delinauent aaaeaa. ment, together with coats of advertising and tipenseaof aaie. juyoraerox me uu-rt-vor-. 7 B. J. GRAY. Secretary. Office: No. 438 California atreet. Ban Fran' iaco, Cal. .ai5-to LOST. aTXS meadow valley or main street, lie Mink Bos. The finder will be rewarded by leaving the same st the IIiooid office. j a io-oi i Notice. ALL PERSONS KNOWING THKM8ELVKS to be indebted to the estate of the late John H. Lynch are requested to come forward ana uamaaie iracn inafowonPM nuuu. m T tmlliTJIIV Attorney ior Bieceirw. August t, 18 Wustnea Veil let W artrMa. PlOChS. For Sale. a EOCLETTK WHFEL, la good order, and ppSt?1" "" r i. WORMEIX. " jeao-tf To the Unfortunate. KKW REMEDIES I KEW EEMEDIE8! R. gibbonTIispensary, mjO. SJJ KBARNT STREET, COB- . HER Oommerclsl, Ban s ranciaco. Private entrance an Commercial steco.. i'.i.hliihl in ISM. for tb. trestmenll Hirnl and Seminal Dlaeses, suchl (innnfrtiM. Uleet. Htncture. nypniiia in forms. Seminal Weakness, Impotence, etc., etc. Bain disease, oi yeara aianum, auu uhmihu Lege, etc., successfully treated. Dlv. ulWAHJn nas ne pmiw. wi miuuuuvu. that hs hss returned from visiting the principal Hospltala of Europe, snd hsa resumed practice. The uoctor nsa aperou uciuic, .mw n ".".. In seeking out new remedies, snd hsa returned with increased facilities tor alleviating human suffering. asilll n.i n Seminal emission Is conseqnence of seL abuse. This solusl, vice, or depravea eexuaw Indulgence, is practiced by the youth of both acxee to an almost unlimited extent, producing witb unerring certainty tne louowing train oi morbid symptoms, unless com batted by scien tific medical measures, vis: Hallow countenance. dark spots under tne eyes, pun in tne ueea, ring ing in tb. ears, not, like tb. rustling of lesvee or rattling of chatiots, uneeatness about tbe lolna, weakarss of the limbs, contused vision, blunted Intellect, lose of confidence, diffidence in approaching strangers, a aisiixs 10 . acquaintance., a oiapuamvii w ' ' ' lose of memory, pimples and various eruptions abont tbe lace, necuo nusnea, iu foetid breath, coughs, oonsnmptlon.nlght sweats, monomania and frequently Insanity. M lei cf be not obtained Jon ahould apply Imniediately, either in person or by letter, and have .cure effected bVhls new snd eelentinc mode of trest. tngdlsesse. which never falls of effecting s quick end radical cur.. . Careal at Bexae. Venons st a distance may bs CTOED AT HOME, by addressing s letter to Dr. Gibbon, etatlng ceae, symptoms, length of time the dis , see hss oon tinned, end have medicine promptly forwarded, free from damage and curioalty, to any part of th. country, with full snd plain di rectlona for use. Persona writing te the Doctor will please atet the name of tbe paper they see this advertise ment in. By enclosing HO In coin In s regiatered letter through the PostoAce, orthroogb Welle. Fargo at Co., a package of medicine will b. forwards an uv awrt of tha Union. all commsnicatlone atrlctly eonfldenUal. Address, DE. . T. OIBBOM, dll-ly Box 1MT, San rrandsoo, Oal.