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THE PIOCHE DAILY JRECORD.
184. jUOCuTlEtJLiCEHCEr ABBITAL AND PEPARTPHE. ARRIVALS. BY on." samwraT's ,lLT ,A" IJ!t,: AThoriott D Boeder DEPARTURES, i nuvts ooe- iMaTOM un: Richard Sander Jack Linn , 01L1E AW WJ'M"'' 111 .lOT: C Dunn LOCAL MISIN' REVIEW. For 1 EBdlnK May , 1ST. e again hive to report another week with but little change in the aspect of mining matters in thia camp. All the week our citizens have been on the tip toe of expectation as to results of the cross cut that is now being driven from the 1200-toot level of the Eaymond & E!y towards the vein. Bat the latter, though it certainly cannot be far off, has not yet been cat. The night before last, the Meadow Valley company .track a body of water a Ko- 3 ha,t' 00 about the same level as it was found in the Eaymond & Ely shaft. This develop ment in No. 3 settles the question as to whether the water iff the Raymond & Ely shaft was merely seepage from the . .l.nt It a (li. Mai wato, IavoI SUriACe VI IUi " of ths vicinity. There is no reason to doubt but lhat it is the latter. This be ing the case, neither the Raymond & Ely or Meadow Valley companies will be able to siuk much further without the erection of substantial pumping machin ery. This being the case, it may be that the two companies will Join in the un dertaking, and set up such powerful ma chinery that it will serve to relieve both miues of the water. As we once before remarked, the opinions expressed upon the phase presented by the deep work ings of these two mines are many and various, but the great majority seem to think that on exploring below the water level tbo vein will be more regularly pro ductive than it has hitherto been. We trust tliis miy be the case. The amouotof bullion dispatched dur ing the week just expired by Wells, Far go & Co. was f 57,989.13; and by Pritch ard, $0,741.16. Total, JG4,730.3i. nil'MOHD AND ELY. The situation has altered but little from the date of our last report. The cross cut from the 1200-foot station is now 100 feet in length, and still has not cut the ledge. The appearance of the conntry rock indicates, liowever, that the vein is near at band. We cannot but re echo the wish of all our citizens "that the lead, when reached, will prove valu able both in quantity and quality." At the present junotore this is the more important because the further sinking of the shaft is almost impracticable until powerful machinery is erected to keep the mine free from water. That opera tion will be both expensive and tuke some time; therefore the question of the vein proving remunerative just above the water level becomes a matter of more than ordinary importance. In the early part of thia week we pub lished an extended description of the company's mills, and the work they were p-rfurnjiug. Since tbe first of the month, 'JO stampsof the 30-atauip mill have been crushing ore, and the results are said to be satisfactory. The other mill and a portion of the pans in the large mill are working on tailings, which are proving very profitable. The quantity of ore be ing shipped daily from the mine is from To to 40 tons, the ore being allowed to accumulate during tbe week before last, as the dump at the mill was about full. As that is being cleared off, more is sent down. Tbe ore that is now being taken out conies from the upper stoptB, and seems to be about of trie usual quality. As during the month of April over 90, 000 was taken out of the tailings alone, it is fair to presume as 20 b tamps will work on ore this month, that the receipts for May will be considerably in excess of those of April say a total umount of $120,000 or $130,000. Bo if the com pany should have to put up pumping machinery, a Bingle month's work on tailings alone would probably defray the expense. MEADOW VALLEY, No 3 shaft. The work of sinking this Shalt has come to a sudden stop, lor on the night before last the workmen struck a considerable volume of water, at the same level, or nnhin. .;a- i i . ' I --a IUHC1 LUI1U ,T. i . 109 encrgetio Super- iwendent was at the bottom of the abaft yes terJay to see if it was possible to con- ir,t. j. i ter me utmost nroceM fla,l'0.Un?,,,,ele8s att!0!rt to Tk , .""u" proper applian ces. Ihe shaft i nn ii- . . ui - th. lil'f cr?S8 CUt i" rted for the 1 in 7 t . p cnBponding with Flv ti l,uu 01 lue -Kaynioncl & Sir, i "0B8-cut now seventeen ouir. . fD8 h,- 11 wi" Probably re quire a total length of from 45 to 50 LrJJeach, th,6 When that eaS an? " ,e7el be oped both western W"8t' tho,,Sh P'obably th. th nr t'emnB ' prosecuted with El, .ond 4 level ii7. ."uu- "n me eleventh level tue fare in 1K . IDo ,., , . c"""u "nil is loou- a 150 T0'"9 eneoursging. It is 1",!ee.t' .Th western side is onened evel t h ' l ?'Dze Runk tloa lb tenth So ?. ft" W? ! con- anesnf th. , "ny. xne appeitr niuth thl ':'Ce l ""Ranged. On the oust t e"!tefn drift ia ia 7 nd S5 hafV'nSt,Bb0U'OPPosit8 t0 Sum- ore hvl ? ' "oou 08 effected. The also n ,i '"""log aoout the same; level v 6 side of tb0 620-foot to 20.on. Plnt(1 ab"1 15 Patched tn ,f 16 '"T dai'y ftud di" St shaft ti,U m',"-. In No- 5- or s su8nem H,tW?,rt:, inWigbM been was fonmi an lwo dKTB' " cable" Tna" . L "f ,i!id n'hld surfKCA . . poLnt 1-m ,ee' from the Sb i zto wi,hihe Point Knrlnt 3i hlch 18 opened to the f "I50 fe from this shaft. As 'be shiniuen, ",W rxcellent condition, larlv anrt i . 18 Pr"oding regu i'7: ..rt wut with crushino anri -u. Ploy d ZY '9 mi" i8 ksptfolljem- V y d' and 18 excellent oondition. PtOCHB. ' Mr. nait ii.. . 'Ppears tn hi . ew onpennteudent, " and i. 'JT,"0 ia hi8 P"8'1 ni,.a 8 "'dently doinc hie Wt t Th.nV'i?! ol the comoanv. f 700 fe,t "'J Bns DOW ,t deoth Poim ero; ?"t9"u,rf?--8- tom ,bi8 & 'or the 1 Wb,ch i8 10 rtrect ,T"iig last : tVWm 8,nrted on Friday intfnded fo,'.Lb,npP"drif vvbich is Worts,iin . ?,,eotlon wit0 '' o'-d on ofTe 0f 240 f8et' Lst ,c,w was ni! A ,ery "Pior cbar "dthonV''1" Amador mill, JieM i.. K, al 1un"ty, is expeot . JieM largely. All other matteVs in tbe mine continue about the same. Sev eral men are taking out ore and as sorting dnmp pile on shares, which is a benefit both to them and to the eompanv, for the returns are larger and obtained at less cost than ean be done under any other system. WASHINGTON AND CBEOLE. The work of sinking the Mazeppa abaft is being nrged as rapidly at possi ble. This ia the more necessary, as no more ore will be taken out than is abso lutely necessary to make tbe openings until the connection is made between tbe Mazeppa shaft and the lower level. The shaft is down 780 feet from the surface, and there is about 120 feet to Bink to reach the Eoint desired. The ground is favorable, owevsr, and good progress is being made. The lower level is being extended east to a point directly under the shaft. If this is reached before the shaft is down it is probable that a raiso will be Btarted to meet it. When the connec tion is made the work of extracting the ore by means of stoping, etc., will be vigorously prosecuted. Tbere are about 140 tons of good ore on the dump, and on Monday hauling will be commenced to the Floral Mill. It is expected that the ore will yield well. PORTLAND. The prospects of this mine have been improving for the last few weeks, and now certainly look extremely well. The faces on the third level show good ore, and on the w estern Bide in considerable quantity. The cross cnt from the fourth and lower level is in 155 feet, and must be getting pretty close to the vein. The ore that was sent to the mill the week before last has been worked, but the re turns have not yet been received. In all respects tbe Portland now presents a very satistactory appearance, and is well calculated to put shareholders in good spirits, ine superintendent. A. J. iiiuir. is pushing tbe work with vigor, but yet who. a Keen eye to economy. " HAVANA. As the air in the bottom of the main shaft was not very cood, a drift is being opened to connect with shaft No. 2, wbich is expected to be completed in a few days. Things are looking well in the mine. , Borne tine ore was raised lost week, and there is now about 40 tons of good ore on the dump, and every day the pile is being increased. CHIKT OF THB BILL. In the upper levels of this mine some people are at work taking out ore on shares with fair prospect. In tbe lower part of tbe mine prospecting is proceed ing an before, with nothing of any mo ment to call for remark. ALPS. The 300-foot or lower level is now about 400 feet in length and is being run directly tor tbe ledge, from tbe 11a foot and the 105-foot levels a little ore is being raised. There is little or no change to report in other respects. PAGE AND PANACA. The winze from tbe main drift is about 88 feet in depth. The ledge in this winze shows considerable ore in some places, in others it is thinner. Tbe work of sinking is progressing with all convenient speed. SILVEB PEAK. The appearance of the vein is abont tho same as reported last week. Work is progressing as usual with nothing ma terial to notice or report. CHIEF EAST. The lower drift is being driven ahead. Otherwise the condition of the mine re mains unaltered. Work proceeding as usual ; nothinz out of the ordinary routine to describe. Wkeklt Gossip. Another week has closed, and its termination was signal ized by the suicide of an unhappy man, who seemed determined to rid himself of this mortal coil. If the crusaders had been in town, we fear that the death of this unfortunate man would have furn ished them with an argument to avoid the realm of King Alcohol. Tbe monot ony of the early part of the week was broken by a fire, which, if it had not been for ibe exertions of several of our town folks might have dostroyed the Page & Panaca hoisting works, and perhaps other buildings. But it had no chance, for the boys, headed by Buss Lcott and E. Hamilton, just went for it and fairly tramped it out. If the water supply does not give out on the occasion of a fire, we may hope to see it extinguished if strong and willing arms can do it. We have some splendid mateiial for firemen here in Piocbe, and some old hands at the business too. With these exception, there wns but little oc curred to break the ordinary routine of matters. One of Bums' who was pre eminently the poet of the people moat beautiful productions was bis description of the close of the week in his Coltars Saturday Night. How truthfully and tenderly he sketches the cessation of the daily toil, the dearly prized visit of tbe eldest daughter and tbe bashful awkwardness of her rustic suitor. Then how solemnly be depicted the aged sire, the patriarch of the family reverently opening that book that is tbe foundation of eternal life, and calling bis family to worship the Great Author of all bless ings. What a lesson does this rigidly, truthful description of what takes place in many a humble cottage give to those who perhaps are enjoying greater bless ingB, still are repining and unthankful. As Mrs. Stowe makes Uncle Tom say : "We all has our privileges," but some of those who have the most seem least contented, and those who have but few appear to be tbe most thankful. District Cocet. In the matter of the estate of John Grandon, deceased, the will was admitted to probate, and D. Uonteverde and John Leabey were ap pointed executors without bonds. State vs. Sunbeam Silver Mining Company; defendant was allowed further time to answer up to tbe day fixed for trial. Joseph Emory & Co. vs. O. P. Sherwood & Co. ; defendant allowed to, and includ ing Monday 11th inst., in wbich to an swer. Ordenstein & Co. vs. C. Goe dicke & Co. ; ordered that the property of Charles Behr bs released from attach ment on his filing a good and sufficient bond for $1,200. Freight Receivk d. Yesterday a large number of wagons reached town, both from Salt Lake and Toano. A number of our merchants received considerable consignments of goods, among others we noticed Ph. Filsenthal, Mott, Fish & Co., Quillen & Donahue, Jacobs & Sul tan, Hasten, Sohustrich & Klein and T. C. Poujade. Succeeded. It will be seen by a no tice among the new advertisements that T. C. Emerson has suooeeded tbe firm of Hosmer & Seffer in the produce busi ness. Mr. Emerson will contiune the bnsiness nt the old stand, and will spare no pains to suit his customers. Bass Bali,. The return match be tween the Pioche Club and the Piute Club of Bullionville will be played at Bnllionville on Sunday, the I7th inst. We hope Ibe Pioche Club will have the same good luck that they before experi enced. Mow, FrsH & Co. yesterday received a large amount of goods direct from New York and St. Louis. In the hardware and metal goods line this firm are not to be excelled. FrxEBAL. Yesterday the remains of the. unfortunate Gottlieb SUIhut. who Committed snicida signed to the grave. A number of the ueceasea attended tbe funeral. No INQUEST. From inquiries that the Coroner mode respecting the death of Gottlieb Stalhnt, that officer decided it wo. unnecessary to told an inquest on the body of deceased. TJpskt. By telegranhio dispatch ves- torday we learned that tbe Hamilton stage was npsot- and Mrs. Docber, who was a passenger, was quite severely hurt. Haclino Rock. We notice that H. Light' big teams are busily engaged uauuug rocK 10 me mills. BAN FRANCISCO STUtK REPORT. Has Fhaxcmco, May 9. Sbabki!. SATURDAY'S SALES. 31M Ophlr-10M 1GS416 16b30 IS'4 330 Gould it Curry 18H 18;b3U 11(1 Dent ft Belcher 2:) H 23 H 225 Hale k Korcroee 36 36 H 235 Crown Point S3 82 it Mi 81 i 377 Belcher 76 75 ) 76 H 76 160 Yellow Jacket 05 Gil 6T 360 Imperial 4 !i S 150 Empire Mill 3'.' 280 Kentnck 12 12 H 60 Alpha 10 it M! 10" lOallO 10 10s3U 286 8svr 61 1 61 C'-'H 63 1C0 Cbollar Potosi 68 230 Overman 27 27 H 200 Justice 6t 6S 25 Scg Belcher 60 87 H 20 Succor 1 H 1 S 1 15 Exchequer 28 H 28 410 Julia 2i 2H'2fi 150 Sierra Nevada 15 X 10 215 Caledonia 16)4 16ib5 Wi 140 Andes 1 200 Seg Rock Island 50n 030 Con Virginia 76 76 76)b30 75H 175 Knickerbocker 4 100 Woodville 2 45 Conscience" 7 60 Baltimore On 0' 6X 103 California 30 H 36HM0 36 371)30 80 Silver Hill 7)4 7 7b30 60 American Flat Bti 60 Kelipsc 4H 20 N Y Con 2! 150 Globe 60 Meadow Valley 10(4 10 60 Raymond t Ely 22? 25 Pioclie 5 350 Washington Creole lj m 250 Page k Panaca 70c 600 Silver Peak 1 H 1 1,b30 uu American t lag 3)4 370 Belmont C!. 210 Monitor (Belmont) 3J4 160 El Dorado South 7 200 Watson 6 600 Quintero 46c 47 Xc 2000 Chaiot Mill 5b30 490 115 Golden Chariot 15 H 15 100 Ida Ellmore -2k 2a30 730 Mahogany 5 1000 8outh Chariot 12HU30 12 60 War Kaglo 2 H Pbof. L. Bach's Calico Roskttis Pabty is to be given at Brown's Hall on next Friday evening, May 15th. Ladies are requested to attend in calico cos tnmes. Genuine "Bon Bons" will be distributed among the ladies during the eveuiiig. ' tu A mew circulating library, imported cigars, tobacco, stationery and confec tiouery at J. Levin & Co.'s, opposite xmiuiuon s saioon, aiatn street. A. Bnowit has two business houses and one dwelling bouse for sale, and plenty ui wuissy. mya-aw Fhksh Gauden Seeds, at Alexander's drugstore. mytf SALOONS & LIQUOB HOUSES. " A bird ia the hand is worth two in the bush, Speed Increassd ! fare Ecduced ! One Quality I One Price! I One Bit!! IN ORDER TO KEEP CP WITH THE TIMES, and close out our stock, the Panaca Saloon, Lacour street, will, from and alter thia date, reuuee the rnce ol all dribks to 0 3NT33 BIT 1 Quality and variety in Liquors and Cigars iuiiubbcu none. A wora to uie wise. Remember the place, PANACA" Saloon, next aour to John Koetler, Lacour St. NEWMAN & MAHLSTEDT, Pioche, March 12, 1871. nUJ-lui E. HAMILTON, Wholesale and Retail -Sealer In- m mupasMD cms, Main Street, Pioche. rilHB BETA1L DEPARTMENT COMPRISING J a Liquor and Billiard Saloon, with lour ttew auu SPLENDID TABLES! Has been fitted np regardless of expense, and challenges comparison with any Saloon in the oiuic. auti-tx MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY. Corner of Main and Meadow Valley streets, PIOCI1K .... raVADA. P. KASfEN - . - - Pronrietor. rrHB MEADOW VALLEY BREWERY HAS M. neen ntted up in the most taateful manner auu supplied with Sl'PEB OR BRANDS OF - LIQUORS and CIGARS LAGER BEER from the Splendid Brew. MORE EXTENSIVE MORE ATTRACTIVE JOHN C. LYNCH. Wholesale and Ketail Liquor Merchant! Uorner filain and Lacour streets, Also Proprietor of the Long-ect&bliBhed , and well-known FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS, rjlAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING OLD M- patrons and new ones that lie will continue, aa heretofore to keep . THE FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AP3rX OIGAHS , H? THIS MARKET. Particular attention will hereafter be given Tho Wholesale Trade, All desiring to stock Ban. In the eltv or out side camps, are Invited to call and sample goods ana loam pricea Before Purchasing Elsewhere, CAPITOL SALOON MAIN STREET, PIOOJIE. aT. XX. OA PROPRIETOR. KEEP THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND ClOAKS that are obtainable in the United Statee. myl8tf FALACS CLUS RUSSELL SCOTT HAS OPENED CLUB ROOMS OVER HAL. PIN'S Hardware Store, Main street, and ha connected therewith a handsome Bar. Persona visiting the PALACE can rely on the best ef accommodations, and when other amusements are required it will not be necessa rr to go elsewhere. oCT.tf iEAlLEOALS, Union Pacific Railroad.' TIME TABLE. V UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, TRAINS WTU leave and arrive at Ogden daily, aa follon Leave. Daily express, Sao a. m.j mixed 6:30 p. m i freight, 10 JO a. m. AamrvK. Daily expreea, 510 p. m.; nixed. p. in.; freight, 6:10 a. m. Daily connections made at Ogden with a CUh Central Bailroad from bait Lake city all point in Southern Utah. At Bryan, witn atagea loriuc owveiwarer mines. At ChATMinn. with Denver Paciho bailm for Denver, Central City, Georgetown and ail pointe in Colorado and New Mexico. At Omaha, with Chicago and Horthweaternj Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific; Burlington and Misaonrl River; Kanaaa City, St. Joe and Council Bluffs Railroads, and Missouri river line of ateamera, for all points east and aouth. Tickets for (ale to all points east at office of Wells, largo fc Co., East Temple street, and at the office of the Utah Central Raiiroad, tn Salt lKe city; also at tne umuu x-armc uaiiroad ticket omce, in Ogden, at which orace bertha on sleeping-cars can be secured. Arrangements have been made waereby pa, sengers desiring to visit Denver, on their way jit, can avail tueuiseivv v. , caiutpiuh rate from Cheyenne to Denver, and return, at greatlv reduced rates. For particulars ana all information In regard to niMiQB. aimlv at the ticket onirea. Passengers should be careful to secure their passage tickets to all eastern and southern points via Omaha, and thus avail themselves of a tnroogh sleeping-car, oonuortauie accommoda tions and quick time. General Ticket Agent. T. E. SICKLES, au23-tf Chief Engineer and Superintendent. Utah Southern Railroad. DRAINS LEAVE THB UTAH CENTRAL X Depot, Salt Lake City, at 7 a. m. and aao o'clock p. m. sandy (nearest point to uuie Cottonwood Canyon) , at 8:1(1 a. m. and 9:30 p. m. Arrive at Lent at a. in. ana o p. m. Leave Lehi at 9Ua. m. and C p. m.: fiandv. at 10:50a. m. and 0:10 p. m. Arrive at bait Laae mtyai ii:so a. m. and p. ni. a2u-3tf Utah Central Railroad. TIME TABLE. riHtAINS LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT DAILY X at 5:30 a. m and S:45 p. m. Arrive at Og den at 7:30 a, m. and 6:45 p. m. Trains will leave Ogden daily at 8:40 a. m.and 6:30 p. m. Arrive at Bait Lake City at 10:40 a. m. and B:30 p. m. Mixed Trains Will run daily, Sundays excepted, leaving Salt Lake City at 8 a. m. and 6:30 p. m., and Ogden at 6 a. m. and 6:50 a. m. au23-tf O. Pi H.. XI. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, BEPTEMREB 89, 183a, Trains will leave OGDEN dailys a followB: 5 ISO P. M. Passenger Train for Sacnmcntc and San Francisco. 555 P. III. Freight Train for Sacramento and San Francisco. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. A. K. Towkk. General Superintend n2Mt Utah Northern Railroad. TRArNS LEAVE COMNNE AT 7:30 P. M.; leave Logan at 8:30 a. m., to connect with trains for Ogden and Salt Lake. au'iS-tf MISCELLANEOUS. LIVELY TIMES! JOHNNY CLARK Is still at the Club Booms of r. c. sj-s-asrexx. Dealing tho Same Limit. WE EXPECT, IN A FEW DsA'8, TO RE quire the use of SOME EXPERTS. And trust they will COME FORWARD in time. fc20-td H. R. Brealiey, MINING RECORDER, ROTARY PUBLIC A2TD OOIffVEYANOER l ALSO COMMISSIONER OP DEEDS FOR CALIFORNIA AND ITAH I O O Ij L K C 'HON S MAD E. Office, 31a in Street, sulO-ii Opposite Mcsdov; Valley St. FLORENCE. Special attention is called to (lie grout improvement iiiacto recently In thin excelSent Machine, and to the new mill eiesaut styles of Cases MMcil to our list. FLORENCE. Fov those wlio prefer a Ma chine IWHiin;; I lie work nniiy li ons the operator, we now bnve one of tlint description, quiet, enxy-rnnninK and liavinir nU U other peculinr ex. celleuries ot Uie oilier style. FLORENCE Is sure to please. If there is one within n thousand miles of Kan Irnncieo not working well, I will attcml lo it ithoiit any expenso to ttieomivr. IsAIll LL IIILX, ABt, FLORENCE is the only Alachine that can sew in more tlinn one aiireo tlon hnvini: reversible feed a, Itreiit advnntne In InsteuluK eixls of senms, In qnlCtiiiiri etc. FLORENCE. Examine the Florence, or send lor Cirrnlnr and suuiples or Work before joti iMlrelmw a Sew. Siur Machine. KI V UIE BEST I Machines so 111 on liberal tersus. FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES. SAMUEL. I1IL.L, Asont, Ho. 19 Now SIoultfOOieryMrwt, Brand Motet Building San FmnciietK J. B. STEPHENS. FBI FASHIONABLE San Francisco Boot Maker, Main) Street, Plocha, Next to the Hook and Ladder Company, HAVING Jl'ST BECEIVF.D BIB SPRING and Summer stock, is now resdy to make to order all kinds of Boots and Shoe, of every description, of superior uisterisl and workman ship. MINING BOOTS made to order. GENTS' DRESS BOOTH a speciality. After long practical experience in the busi ness, 1 am enabled to guarantee my customers that I can produce an article that cannot bo beat for Style, Fit, Durability and Cheapness in town. REPAIRING DON'K. apis J. B. STEPHENS. NOTICE. PJ. H. SMITH AUTHORIZES A BROWN to collect all bills due bim In Piocbe, and no other person is authorized to make such col lection. P. J. H. SMITH. -Pioche, March 9, 1874. tu4-tf TTBK REC-OItn OFFICE wast can L get tk. finest of Job Work don. to order HARDWARE.; E. B. Hon, In., I O. H. nasi, Sacramento. Piocbe. MOTT, FISH & CO., Meadow "VeUley st. PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA, IMPORTEH.S And Dealers in HARDWARES, MILL AND MEOTG SUPPLIES. Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, STOVBS, -A.n.d Tlri. ware. JeMt CLOW OIT BISIMSS!! yyEWILL SELL OCR IMMENSE STOC Iron, Steel, Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Mill and! Mining Goods AT LESS THAN COST! We will manufacture all kinda of Sheet-Tmn. Tin and Copper Ware at the ACTUAL COST ol material and labor. This in a lefritlmate Closing Out Sale, ss vre have fully determined to retire from this buai. Hens. d20-tf J. J, HALPEJ It CO, R23W ARD! THE STATE OF NEVADA, By the Governor. A Proclamation ! STATE OP NEVADA. A. 1 k.vr, J 14, 1874. ) Executive Depaiitmknt, Cabbux City. Uarch 'i4 T17HEREA8, ON SUNDAY. THE 17th DAY f f of Koptember, A. D. 1871, an outbreak of prinonera did occur at the Btate Prinon of Ne vada, aituated at Carson City, in the county of Unnsby, ia wbich certain convicts made their et?fapct and evtr since have bet?n, and now are at large, among whom are TIMOTHY McNAMABA. WILLIAM FORREST, THOMAS HEFFRON, CHARLES JONES, DAVID LYNCH, T. G. WATSON, ELIJAH INGRAM, E. B. PAR-ON8, and JOHN I. JACKS; Now, Therefore, by Tirtue of tbe authority in me vt-uted by the Constitution and the Laws of the State of Nevada, 1, L. H. liKADLKY, Governor of Nevada, do hpreby offer the follow ing Bpi'cihVd rrwardn for the recapture and de livery tu the Warden of the State Prison at Carson City, of the following naniea con vict a: The Bum of One TlioiiKuud (81,000 Dollar. in United States gold coin, for the miid THOMAS HEFFRON, and a like and equal sum for the mid CHARLES JONES. The sum of Five Hundred (9500) Dollars in United States gold coin, for each and every one ot the following named convicta, viz: TIMOTHY McNAMARA, WILLIAM FORREST, DAVID LYNCH, T. G. WATSON, ELIJAH INGRAM. E. B. PARSONS, and JOHN I. JACKS. Aud I do hereby revoke all prior proclama tions offering rewards fur the said convicts. A particular description of the misting con victB, taken from the Commitment Books of the Prison, in hereto annexed. In Testimony Whereof, I have bere unto set my hand, and cauwd the JL. s. Great Seal of Stateto be aiUxcd. I J Done at Carson City.This 24th day of March, A. D. 1874. L. R. BRADLEY. IJy the Governor: J. D. Minor, Secretory of State. DESCRIPTION OF PRISONERS. TIM McNAMARA; A native of Ireland; aged o years; height & feet 10 H inches (Khoes) ; blue eyee, lipht brown hair, red beard, scar on left hip, scar on right side of back under shoulder blade, made by knife, mole on back of right elbow. Sent from Storey county, Sept. 6, 1U07, for 8 years, for manslaughter. Wm. FORREST; Aged U5 years; trade, machin ist; dark brown curly hair, blue eyes, large srar on furcflngiT knuckle of left hand. Sent from Stcrey county February 11, 1670, for 5 years, for bunjlarv. THOMAS HEFFRON; A native of Florida; aged 38 years; height 6 feet, hazeleyes (watery), dark brown hRir, long face, blood veins in right leg badly swollen, Bear on left hip, shot in shoulder in attempting to break pribon Dec. 1, 1&70. St-nt from Elko county March P, ItCO. Bentenceu for life, for burglary. (JHAJtUhS JCOibis; Aativeot unto, agrq as years; weight 149 lbs.; light brown hoir, hazel eyes, scar on right band, ship in india ink on left arm, small ears. Sent from White I!ine county March 11, 1870, for 10 years, f.r murder 2nd degree. DA1D LYNCH; Native of New York, age 27 years; height 6 feet 7 icehes, weight loMbs.; blue eyes, brown hair, sandy beard, tour dots in india ink on left hand, star on right hand is iiitiia ink, Goddess of Liberty and American Aug in red and blue ink on right arm, over which is three Stars wreath and heart; two bunds on left arm in red and blue ink. Sent from White Pine county April 22, lb70, for 3 years, for grand larceny. T. G. WATSON; Native of Michigan; age 29 years; height S .ect 10 inches, weight lombs.; blue eyeB, dark brown hair, spare face, scar on back of neck. Sent from Elko county, June 24, 1670, for 25 years, for robbery. ELIJAH INGRAM; Native of New York; age 41 years; light blue eyes, light brown hair, light brown beard, long spare face, mole on right shoulder, scar on inside of right thigh, scur on right side of forehead. Sent from Nye county Sept. iw, 1870 for 20 years, for asaault with in tent to murder. E. B. PARSONS; Native of New Hampshire; age 32 yearB; height 6 feet 10 inches; blue eyes, auburn brown huir, sandy beard, round face, high forthead, small scar on left forefinger. Sent from Washoe county for 20 years, for rob berv, Dec. 25, 1870. JOHN I. JACKS; Native of Pennsylvania: age 32 years; height 6 feet 3? IncheB, weight 1431 bs; dark hair, dark eyes, ons small vaccination mark on right arm between elbow and shoulder, bent from Nye county, Sept. 11,1871, for 7 years, for grand larceny. mr31.2w.4w T. D. EDWARDS, ATTORN RT AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, CAKSON CITY, NEVADA, Will practice in all the Courts of thia State. Being Attorney for the Central Pacific Railroad Company, will obtain title to the land belong ing to the Company, for any parties wishing to purchase. Having paid esnecial attention to the practice before the United States Land Office for nine years, respectfully tenders his services for that branch of business. Will take necessary steps to secure the selection of lands by the State, and obtain patents for the same for parties with or without their being present. Having an associata Attorney at Washington, especial attention will be given to obtaining patents to public lands and mines, as well as suits and business generally before the Depart ments. my20tf A. B. O'DOUCHERTY, .ttoraer At Law. D1TICI OX KEABOW VALLEY STBMT, OVP. KO, T. mr22-tf. 7. a. FXTZK3U s. oobsou Pitzer & Corson, Attorney at Law, riOCHE ClDf NEVADA D Ooaeoa, 0, 8. Oonax Ootrnasioinrr . oc33-tf BAjriOTO H0USE8. THE STATE BANK OP NEVADA, Brd ml Directors! JOHS P. KELLEV Fmldeat CHA8. A. WIEDERHOLD Vice President CHAS. A. WIEDERHOLD Secretary JOHN GABBER J. W. WRIGHT, H. S. LUBBOCK,, A. BHOTVX, HARRY I. THOBSTOJt. Attorneys! THORNTOS, KELLEV t GALL LB 1-VEPOS1T8 BECEIVVD. E1THLR ON OPEN X ' account or to issue certihcates therefor pay. aula on demand. EXCHAXUK DRAWN I PON KEW YOBK and BAN FliAKCISCO, And other principal cities of the V. S. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, liEKLIN And all of Us principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. 1 Collections Fromiitlr Made. Railioad and Jlinicg Steels tx,v.f, and Sold on Commipicn. w Money Loaned on Stocks."" Correspondents! LAILLAW k CO., Agentsof the Bank 1 v, of California j 1,0 BAKK OF CALIFORNIA, and J. H.LATHAM It CO., Stock! San Franclsio Broxers jal-tf. i. W. WRIGHT, Batik Manager. WELLS, FARGO & CO. EXCHANGE, BANKING Express Company. TJIIJ.8 OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPHIC JL TransIiTB on Chicago and New York, paya ble in the principal cities of the I'nitrd btates and Canada; also bills on Londuu. Currency bought and sold. Collections and Commissions of all kind, exe. crated, and General fcxpress Slid Banking liuel. ness attended to promptly In all parts of the United Btates, Europe and Canada. Bullion boupht and ADVANCES MADE ON SHIPMENTS OF BLLlduN; Exchange bought, DepoBitB received. Assessments paid and Dividends collected on Mining Stocks. EXPRESS LINKS To California, Nevada, Oregon, Nebraska, Col orado, Montana, Wyoming, Washington and Idaho Territories, British Columbia, N6 York, Atlantic States and Europe, Mexican Ports, Yokohama, Hongkong, Shanghai. Ode In Jacob, di Saltan'. Blurb, Main Street, Pioche. Je28-tf J. M. EU)EKT, Agent. "BOOTS k SHOES. 1. 1. Monro, E, SC&WK1GER. Eoots, Boots, Boots. MORTON & miUUl Meadow Valley Street. AV1NG PL' II CHASED 1H1S Bt'SlHEBS of Mr. 3. J. Mumby. Meadow Valley Bt.. (uupoBite the Dexter btublts) v ill cciitiiiue for tho next CO days to st'U a tine lot ol Cmttou made Boots, at greatly reduced prices. They also are prepared to manufnetura all kiniiu of superior Cuntom-mad Booti, Nailed, FrgKed, Scrt'wed or Sowed, from the beet brands of trench Stocfc. MIMXG BOOTS their KpeclHlty. We will guarantee our Irewtd French Calf Boota and Gaiters to be equal to any ever made in the State. A good lit wan anted, or 110 sale. PARTICULAR ATTENTION paid to REPAIRING. tOur Prices will conform to the Times. MORTON d( HCHWEIGKK. f.3-tf J. 'EISEiMIH & CO., MAIS 6THEET, PIOCHE NEVADA, IMPORTERS -A-'ISra DEALERS IN H3L3?LX VV u3l JOt. 33 STOVEW, CROCKERY, CLASS. WARB, and HOl'SB FVRN ISI11XG GOODS. Manufacturers p( Coppsr, Tin and Bheet-Iron Ware. Phimb&rs, Steam and Oas Fitters. VI7E AUB NOW PREPARED TO CON - tract for Air Pipe. Blowers. Furnace Pipe, Lift Pumps, ac, ol any required size weigttt. Alto Agents for th. Oelebrated Buck's Patent Cook Stoves. ai)9-tf L.XJlVI3333Xt, XaXJM333Z!Il ! SHERWOOD & BRO., MAIN STREET, PIOCBR, SUPPLY ALL KINDS UINIXa AND BUILDING LUMBER, SAWED TIMBER. HEWXD TIMBER AND POLKS. CALIFORNIA LUMBER, REDWOOD and BBGAR PINE, MOULD ENGS and SHINGLES, POORS and WINDOWS. Etc. Also, STOVE-WOOD, any length and site, at REASONABLE RATES, J. H. RICE. A (rent. febll.tf 33. WARD'S FUEHITUSE and BEDDING STOEE, Erics Bnllding, Main St. Pioche. Gi .at Reduction In Price. I SO per cent Lea. than Heretofore SPRING MATTRESSES, PULU, HilR, MOSS and FEATHERS. I WILL SELL CHEAPER FOR CASH THAN parties can import them, having an im mense stock thst must be sold to make room for new goods . Parlies will do well to call and se. for themselves, and be convinced. Carpets, Wall Paper, Toilet Sets, Picture Frames, Lamo Chandeliers, Psints, Oils, and Glsss. Mixed Faint, ready for use in any quan tity to suit. UPHOLSTERING. Furniture Repaired In Good Style. II. WARD, UNDERTAKER. Metallic Burial Caw s on hand. Special atten tion given to shipment of bodtea. mrSl.tt. DELOTQUIST 8ALP.8. Chief mt th Bill HJalaar Cans. Pr. Location of principal place of iNasi neas. ban Franciaco California. Location of wosrk, hlj liuuug District, Lincoln county. r.evaoa. nonce i nere are delinquent upon th. following described stock, on account ol .aseasinent (No. 4) levied on the stn day of March, 1(174. the several amounts art opposite the names of the reictiv. shareholders, aa foliovs: Ko. of No. of Ksmes. Certificate chare. Am't Allen Jam?., Trustee KU7 to fli brown K, Trustee.... 1733 p 0 2ft Brown K, Trustee ....lie? w 25 Boyd It Davis. Trustees. ..... C48 Ui 'lh Benjsmin H A, Trustee Ml t& 17 an Benjamin H A, Trustee sn 25 12 co Benjsmin H A, Trustee SIS 23 1'2 &o Benjamin U A, Trustee 01. 1& 1 60 Pisgi V 221 2u 10 Cavallier J P, Trustee VJ4 6u 2a Cavsllier f P. Trustee 84j8 10 Cavallier J P, Trustee 642 uu - 16 Cavallier i P, Trustee 605 A 2 60 Cavallier J P, Trustee 836 ft 2 6u Cavallier J P, Trustee 1W.6 26 12 60 Cavsllier J P, Trustee latiu 6 2 Mi Cshill k Fox, Trustees 3911 lu ft Cook A Psge, Trustees 41-0 ft 2 60 Cook k Psge, Trustees Tt ft 2 60 Ccursen G A, Trustee 1816 10 6 Cope Geo W, Trustee e73 Jo ft Cope Geo W, Trustee sol l(-o 60 Cope Geo W, Trustee 1662 CO 26 Cope Geo W, Trustee 1776 16 7 69 Chauterssn M 1 112 26 12 60 Clough Lizzie B, balance 1119 11 6 60 Chantereau E 1332 60 96 Cantercau E 18S3 ) 25 Cook L T, Trustee 1C54 fcO 26 t is 1U a lu J 1(0 u ii 25 11 60 tl to SJ to 6 60 EO 50 CO 211 UO it CO ou 10 UK) UK) 6 sco 00 GO 1(1) 60 60 -0 1 K0 sco s soo loo 60 60 114 10 1 CO CO 10 60 S3 CO 60 60 100 76 SO 10 fO 10 10 60 26 10 CO 60 60 60 25 10 Ho 1110 1L0 20 100 60 60 100 1(0 60 100 100 WO CO 100 20 50 1(0 SO 20 1 60 60 K.0 26 20 100 100 20 100 10 Cook L T, Trustee 185 2J 12 60 Crandall W G, Trustee 1616 Crandall vV G, Trustee. 10ti2 Cranilall WO, Trustee 101 Crsndall W G, Trustee ICoO Crsnosll WS, Trustee lt;a Clandall W G, Trustee 1647 Crandall W o. Trustee 17(7 Crsndsll Vf G, Trustee 1754 Crsndsll Vt G, Trustee 17m Crsndsll W G, Trustee 17UB Crsndall W G, Trustee 11 Duncan V? L, Trustee. ....... C.r9 Duncan W L, Trustee... 1SH9 Drexler 1, P t Co,TtUktees..lB9 Eager Geo B B75 FiBherE, Trustee 1611 Fisher E, Trustee 1516 Fisher E, Trustee 1557 Fisher E, Trustee 1K2 Fisher E, Trustee 16118 Fisher E, Trustee KIM F'isher E, Trustee 1664 Fisher E, Trustee 1666 Fishtr E, Trustee 1704 Fisher E, Trustee 1718 12 60 95 25 25 25 10 60 12 26 25 6 60 60 2 100 100 25 60 26 25 10 60 100 2 1(0 60 26 25 60 25 25 25 10 25 12 S5 25 25 60 67 15 5 15 6 6 25 12 6 !5 26 25 25 12 6 60 60 CO 10 50 25 26 60 60 26 CO 60 60 25 60 10 26 60 10 10 26 25 60 12 10 60 60 10 60 6 10 26 26 Fisher E, Trustee 171 Fisher E, Trustee 1730 Fisher E, Trustee 1747 Fisher E, Trustee. ,1819 Fisher E, Trustee FiBher E, Trustee Fox C W, Trustee Fox C W. Trustee Gordon C P, Trustee. ... Gordon C P, Trustee. . . . Oedfie J H P Hutchinson J. Trustee. . .Hfl) ..180U ..17W ..1761 .. 2f8 .. 6i0 ,..16M ..1490 Hnlmes A k Co, Trustees. .1671 HerzburK J. Trustee. HU1 Uathaw&j ? T, Trustee 166y Haas S MM Hoffman E, Trustee 1745 Hoffman E, Trustee K?nt R l Trustee er-5 KtntRF, TruBtee 1128 King J L, Trustee '32 Kiiig J li, Trustee 810 King J L, Trustee 8ia King J L, Trustee 1671 Kenney C A, Trustee 77 Lazure L T, Trustee 1260 Lazure LT, Trustee lfriO Latham J H k Co, Trustees.. 1463 Latham J H k Co, Trustees. .14D8 Latham 3 H k Co, Trustees.. 1464 Marina J de Eta, Trustee.... 115B Marina J E de feca, Trustee... 759 Magnira ratrick B'J8 Morton E C, Trustee 11K8 Morton E C, Trustee ia;i6 Merrill J C t Co, Trustees... 164'J Merrill J C k Co, Trustees... 1643 Real Chan 8, Trastee 18 Neal Chas S, Trustee 101 Keal Chas 8, Trustee 168 Neal Chas S, Trustee '241 Neal Chas S, Trustee 243 Keal Chas 8, Trustee itVi Keal Chas 8, Trustee 488 Neal Chas 8, Trustee 4U1 NealChaB 8, Trustee 641 Ncnl Chas S, Trustee 674 Nasi (.'has f, Trustee 623 Neal ChssS, Trustee fc'.'O Neal Chas 8, Trustee 632 Nesl Chas 8, Trustee 80 Neal Chas U, Trustee 841 Nesl ChaB S. Trustee 881 Nesl Chas 8, Trustee 10C4 Ncsl ChsB S, Trustee 1081 Nesl Chas , Trustee 1114 Nesl Chss 8. Trustee 1246 Ncsl Chas S, Trustee 1SS0 Neal Chss 8, Trustee 14112 Nesl Chas 8, Trustee 1409 Neal Chas S, Trustee 1&03 Neal Chas 8, Trustee 1688 Neal Chas 8, Trustee Ifil2 Neal Chas 8. TruBtee 1080 Nesl Chss 8, Trustee 1732 60 Nesl Chas S, Trustee 1820 60 Neal Ches 8, Trustee 1844 8 4 Noonan J, Trustee , . .1813 60 26 Noble H H, Trustee .... 410 60 26 Noble H H, Trustee 1117 100 60 Noble H H, Trustee 1419 100 61) Noble H H, Trustee 1743 60 25 Noble. H H , Trustee 1780 100 60 Nolbe H H, Trustee 1827 100 60 Noble H H, Trustee 1828 ICO 60 Noble H H. Trustee 1829 100 60 Plummer B L, Trustee 1882 20 10 Phelps T G 663 10 6 Ro,e L 8, Trustee 1505 10 6 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 328 20 10 Richsrdson E A, Trustee.... 629 10 6 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 688 1U0 60 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 603 60 26 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 604 60 25 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 726 60 25 Richardson E A, Trustee. ... 8C0 20 10 Richardson B A, Trustee.... 9t'5 20 10 Richardson E A, Trustee... .1110 15 7 60 Richardsen E A, Trustee.... 1249 20 10 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 1362 100 60 Richardson E A, Trustee. ...1303 100 60 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .1361 100 60 Richsrdson E A, Trustee. ...1.106 100 60 Richardson E A, Trustee... .1806 100 60 Richardsen E A, Trustee. .. .13(37 100 60 Richsrdson E A, Trustee.. ..1407 1C0 60 Richardson E A, Trustee. ...132 20 10 Richardson E A, Trustee.... 1612 60 25 Richsrdson E A, Trustee... .16'J9 60 23 Richardson E A, Trustee. . . .1674 180 to Richardson E A, Trustee. ...1886 10 6 Ricketts A H, Trustee 865 25 12 Roullier A 1606 200 100 Shields AM 67 100 60 Schniitt M, Trustee ... 829 20 10 Bherwood B F a Co, Trustees. 6:9 6 2 i-herwood B F & Co, Trustees. 674 20 10 Sherwood B F k Co. Trustees, balance 686 6 8 Scbmeidell H, Trustee 102 10 6 Bchnieidcll H, Trustee 851 60 25 Bchmeidcll H, Trustee 871 60 25 Schmeidell H. Trustee 1724 25 12 Bchmitt C A, Trustee 657 26 12 Smiley T J L, Trustee 1163 20 10 Smiley T J L, Trustee 1609 20 1 0 Tranor & Knox, Trustees.. ..1041 60 25 Tranor k Knox, Trustees. ...1211 60 25 Tranor k Knox, Trustees.... 1212 60 25 TnrnbuU, Walter & Co, Trus. 1812 60 26 Vhler J Clem. Trustee 68 25 12 thler J Clem, Trustee 1C9 20 10 thler J Clem, Trustee 260 10 6 filler J Clem, Trustee 897 6 2 Ciller J Clem, Trustee 984 25 12 and Thler J Clim, Trustee 1003 1 0 6 CUer 3 Clem, TruBtee 1018 100 60 Chirr 3 Clem, Trustee 1260 100 60 rtiTsr 3 Clem, Trustee 1320 100 60 White IB, Trustee 668 20 10 Woods k Frcetx rn. Trustees. 701 10 6 Woods k Breenorn, Trustee.. 1224 100 60 Woods a Freeborn, Trustees. 1226 60 25 Wsde A P, Trustee 12U8 60 25 Wsde A P. Trastee 1627 6 2 Wolf F, Trustee 1258 25 12 And in accordsnce with law, and an order the Board of Director., nisde on the 9th day March. 1874. so many shsre. of each parcel surh stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction, at the office of the Company, Room 23 Hay ward's Building, No. 419 California street, San Francisco Calilornia, on Thra dajr, tbe 7th day or May, 1874,, at the nour oi one o'cioca u. m. or sucn aay, to delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertiaing and expenses of the sale. chas. h. nKAL,, Mocretary. OfficeRoom 23 Hayward's Building. No. 419 California street, San Francisco, California. apjs-ia 9 The above sale is hereby postponed until Friday. Msy 22, 1874, at the same hour place. niys-ta i;HAn. a. aAi necrstary. Dividend Notice. rpH that IHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THB STATE BANK OF NEVADA are hereby notified tat at the regular monthly meeting of Board of Directors, held on last evening, REGULAR DIVIDEND was declared for month of March, of Two and One-half Per Cent. On the amount of capital stock, payable at th. Bank In United State, gold coin on Saturdav, the 9th inst. J. W. WRIGHT, Bank Msnsger. Pioche, Nev., May 2, 187. ni;3-td Tor Rent. COKVESIEUT DWELLING BOUSE a family, on McCannon atreeat. to Mason fc Wilcox. m26 To Let. TTTORNISHID ROOMB FOR FAMILIES OK I X gentlemen, at the Bay Window Cottage bouse l on aonau street, apply u 60 60 60 90 60 60 60 50 60 ao 60 60 SO 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 of ot of psr and th. th. th. TOR Aor.lv - tf myB.li. MBS. W. ArPLIOATl.