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THE PiOCHE DAILY RECORD.
MINING LAW. Uwi of rongrM Gvrla.g Uia Loca tion, Holding1 nnd Working of Mining Claims I pom tha PnMlr Domain illow will be found an abstract of the attnlng Lavs of the United btttn, m psaoed by Con gnu and approved M ay 10, 1873. Tone an the last, and nonce the only mining lawa of general ntereat end Voa, with tiie single exoeption of a portion of section 6, In reference to the reloca tion of claims and' mines loc&Ud prior to the passage of the funeral mining '-w. The Act amexnUng the section slluded to will also be found, following the general lew modifying soo Uon & so that s claim located prior to May 10, 1871, is not subject to relocation until June 10, 1874. AS ACT to promote the dewlopnient of the Mining reaources of the Coitfd BtaU' Be It enacted by the Senate and House of IUp reettntativea of the United States of America in CongretfB aevsembled. That all valuable mineral deposits in lands belonging to the United States, htith nurveved and nnsurvered. are hereby de clared to be free and open to exploration and purchase, and the lands In which they are found to occupation and purchase by citizens of the United State and those who hare declared there Intention to be come snch, under regulations prescribed by law, and according to the htcal customs or rules of miners, in the several mining districts, so far as the same are applicible and not inconsistent with the laws of the United Btatea. Skc. 3. That mining claims upon veins or lodes of qnartc or other rock In place bearing gold, silver, cinnabar, lead, tin, copper, or other valuable deposits heretofore located, fcball be governed as to length along the vein or lode by the customs, regulations, and laws In force at theda'eof their location. A mining claim located after the passage of this act, whether located by one or more persons, may equal, but shall not exceed one thousand Ave hundred feet in length along the vein or lode ; but no location of a min ing claim ahall be made until the discovery of the vein or lode within the limits of the claim located. No claim ahall extend more than three hundred feet on each aide of tbe middle of the vein at the sun ace, nor shall any claim be lim ited by any mining regulation to less than twenty-five feet on each side of the middle of the vein at the surface, except where adverse rights exist ing at the pifutage of this act ahall render such limitation Decennary. The end-lines of each claim shall be parallel to each other. Sec. 3. That the locators of all mining loca tions heretofore made, or which shall hereafter be made, on any mineral vein, lode, or ledge, Bit uated on the public domain, their heirs and as eigne, where no adverse claim exists at the pas sage of this act, so long as they comply with the laws of the United Htatea, and the btate, Terri torial and local regulations not in cendiet with said laws of the United State governing their possessory title, shall have the exclusive right of possession and enjoyment of all tbe surface in cluded within the lines of their locations and of all veins, lodes, and ledges throughout the entire depth, tbe top or apex of which lies inside of such surface-lines extended aownwsrd vertical ly, although such veins, lodes or ledges may so far depart from a perpendicular in their course downward as to extend outside the vertical side lines of said surface locations: Provided, that their right of posseHsion to such outside parts of such veins or ledges shall be confined to such portions thereof as lie between vertical planes drawn downward as aforesaid, through the end lines of their locations, so continued in their own direction that such planes will intersect such exterior parts of said veins or ledges; Aud provided further, that nothing in this section shall authorise the locator or possessor of a vein or lode which extends In Its downward course beyond the vertical lines of his claim to enter upon the surface of a claim owned or posse sned by another. Sko.4. That where a tunnel is run for the development of a vein or lode, or for the discov ery of mines, the owners of such tunnel Bhall have the right of pofwession of all veins or lodes within three thousand feet from the face of such tunnel on the line thereof, not previously known to exist, discovered in such tunnel, to the same extent as if discovered from the surface; and locations on the line of such tunnel of veins or lodes not appearing on the surface, made by other parties after the commencement of the tunnel, and while the same is being prosecuted with reasonable diligence, shall be invalid; but failure to prosecute the work on the tunnel for six months shall be considered as an abandon ment of the right to all undiscovered veins on the line of said tunnel. Sko. 6. Th -t the miners of each mining dis trict may make rules and regulations not in con flict with the lawa of the United States, or with the laws of the State or Territory in which the district la situated, governing tbe location, man ner of recording, amount of work necessary to hold possession of a mining claim, subject to the following requirements: Location must be distinctly marked on the ground so that its boundaries can be 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 a description of the claim or claims located by referenence to aotne natural object or permanent monument as will identify the claim. On each claim located after the Das- saga of this act, and until a patent shall have been issued therefor, no less than one h rind red 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 be performed or Improvements made each year for each one hundred feet In length along the vein until a patent shall have been issued therefor; 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 eer been made: Provided, That the original locators, their heirs, assigns, or legal representatives, have not re sumed work upon the claim after such failure and before such location. Upon the failure of any one of several co-owners to contribute bis portion of the expenditures required by this act, the co-owners who have performed the labor or made tha Improvements may, at the expiration of the year, give such delinquent oo owner per sonal notice In writing or notice by publication in the newspaper published nearest the claim, for at least once a week for ninety days, and if at the expiration of ninety days after such notice In writing or by publication such delinquent should fail or refuse to contribute his proportion to comnlv with this act. bis interest in the rl&im shall become the property of his co-owners who have made the required expenditures. Rec. . That a natent for anv land claimed and located for valuable deposita may be ob tained In tha following manner: Any person, association. or corporation authorized to locate a claim under this act, having claimed and located a piece of land for such mirnosee. who has. or have, complied with the trms of this act, may Je In the proper land-office an application for a pauM, unaer oatn, snowing sum compliance, ogether with a plat and neld-notes of the claim r claims in common, mane oy or unaer tne il ection of the United States Eurvevor General. Showing accurately the boundaries of the claim or claims, which shsll be distinctly marked by monument on the ground, and shall post a copy of such plat, together with a notice of such application for a patent, In a conspicu ous place on the land embraced In such plat pre viousto the filing of the application for a pat ent, and shall file an affidavit of at least two persons that such notice has been dnly posted as aforesaid, and shall file a copy of said notice in such land-offlee, and shall thereupon be entitled to a patent for said land, in the manner follow ng: The register of tha land-offlos, upon the filing of such application, plat, field-notes, no tices and affidavits, ahall publish a notice that such application has been made, for the oenod of sixty days, in a newspaper t je by him desig nated as published nearest to said claim; and he shall also post such notlos In his office for the same period. ' claim at the time of filing this application, rat any time thereafter, with in the sixty days or publication, shall Ills with the register a certificate of the United State Purveyor Oeneral that five hundred dollars worth of labor has been expended or Improve ments made upon tbe claim by himself or gran tors; that the plat la correct, with such further description ny sucn reiercnce to natural objects or permanent monuments ss shall identify the o-alin, and furnish an accurate description, to be lncorporatea in ine patent. At tne expiration of ine sixty nays or puoucsooa tne claimant shall 41e his affidavit, showing that the plat and no itas havs been posted in a eonsnlcuous nlace nn the claim during said period of publication. If no aa verse ciaiiu snau oare oeen nied with the rfgiseer and the receiver of tbe proper land-office at the expiration of the sixty days of publication ft shall be assumed that tha applicant Is entitled to a patent, upon the payment to tha proper of ficer of five dollars per acre, and that no adverse claim exists; and thereafter no objeffion from third parties to tha issuance of a patent shsll be beard, except It be shown that the applicant has laiiea 10 oompiy wiio in is act. Seo. 7. That where aa adverse claim shsll be filed during the period of publication, It ahall be upon oath of tha person or parsons making the same, and shall show the nature, boundarlea, and extent of such adverse olaim, and all pro ceedings, except the publication of notice and making and filing of the affidavit thereof, ahall be stayed until the controversy shall have been settled or decided by a court of competent juris diction, or the adverse claim waived. It shall be tbe duty of the adverse claimant, within thirty days after filing hie claim, to commence proceedings in a court of competent lurisdiction to determine the question of the right of posses sion, and prosecute tha same with reasonable diligence, to final judgment; and a failure so to do shall baa waiver of his advene claim. After Svrh Jndgment ensll hne been rendered, the party entitled to toe possession of tbe claim, or any portion thereof, may, without giving far ther notice, file a certified enpv of the lodgment roll wftk the register of the laird office, together wtto fne eeramaf of toe survey nr-oeneral that the requisite amount of la tor has been expen ded, or Improvements made thereon, and the description required tn other eases, sod shall ay to the receiver fire dollars per acre for his claim, together with the proper fees, whereupon be. 'obs proceedings and tha indgment-roll hall ba oerfuVd hy tha register to thTonmmls ifiesw altteOensial Land Omca.anda patent - iot im taaiaa, a Hon thereof as the applicant shall appear, from i the decision of the court, to rightly possess. If It shall appear, from tha decision of tbe court, that several parties are entitled to arparato and diilervnt portions af tha claim, each party may pay for his portion of tbe claim, with th prop er fee, and file tbe certificate and description by the Surveyor-General, whereupon the register shall certify the proceed in? and Judgment-roll to the Omituiamoner of the Itand OfHca, aa in the preceding esse, and patents shall issue to the several partus according to their respective rights. Proof of cltizenvblp under this act, or the act of J uly Uh 1866. and J uly S. 1870, in the case of an in dividual, may consist in his own arhdavK thereof, aod in ease ot au association of pen- uu incorporated of tn affidavit of their au thomcd agent, mad on his own knowledge or opon information and belief, and in case of a curporatlMii organism, under the lawa of the United Statea, or of any Bute or Territory of tha United Mates, by the tiling of a certified copy of their charter or certificate of Incorporation ; and nothing herein contained ahall be oonstraad to prevent the alienation of the title convoyed by a patent for a mining claim to any person what ever. Skc. 8. That the description of vela or lode claims, upon surveyed lands, shall designate the location of the claim with reference to the lines of the public surveys, but need not conform therewith; but where a patent ahall be issued as aforesaid for claims upon nnsnr veyed lands, the surveyor Oeneral in extending tbe surveys, shall adjust the same to the boun daries of such patented claims, according to the pint or description thereof, but so as in no case to interfere with or change the location of any such patented claim. btc. v. ? Dai sections one. rwo, inrea, tout ana six. of an set entitled 'An Act granting the right of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other purpoaea,' approved July twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and alxty-aix, are hereby repealed, but such repeal ahall not affect existing rights. Applications for patents for mining claims now pending may be prose cuted to a final decision In tbe Oeneral Land Office; but in such cases where adverse rights are not affected thereby, patents may Issue in pursuance of the provisions of this act; and all patents for mining claims heretofore issued under the set of July twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six. shall convey all the rights and privileges conferred by this act where no sd verse rights exist at the time of tbe passage of this act. Skc. 10. That the act entitled 'An Art to amend an act granting the right of way to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other purposes,' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred and seventy, shall be and remain In full force, except as to the proceedings to obtain a patent which shall be similar to the proceed ings prescribed by sections six and seven of this set for obtaining patents to vein or lode claims; but where said placer-claims shsll be upon sur veyed lands, and conform to legal subdivisions, no further survey or plat shall be required, snd ail placer mining claims hereafter located shall conform as near as practicable with the United States system of public land surveys and the rectanpuiar subdivisions of such surveys, and no such location shall include more than twenty acres for each individual claimant, but where placer-claims cannot be conformed to legal sub division, survoy and plat shall be made as on unsurvey d lauds: Provided, That proceedings now pending may be prosecuted to their final determination under existing laws; but tbe pre visions of this act, when not in conflict with ex isting laws, ahall apply to such cases: And pro vided also. That where by the aeggregatlon of mineral land in any legal subdivision a quantity of agricultural land leas than forty acres re mains, said fractional portion of agricultural land may be entered by any party qualified by law, for homestead or pre-emption purposes. Sec. 11. That where tbe same person, associa tion or corporation in possession of a placer claim, and also a vein or lode Included within the boun donee thereof, application ahall be made for a patent for the placer-claim, with the statement that it includes such vein or lode, and In such case (subject to the provisions of this act and the act entitled "An act to amend an act irrantiuii the right of wav to ditch and canal owners over the public lands, and for other pur poses;' approved July ninth, eighteen hundred ana seventy a patent snail issue ior tne placer claim, including such vein or lode, upon the payment of five dollars per sere for such vein or lode claim, ana twenty-nve ieet oi sun ace on each aide thereof. The remainder of the placer claim, or any placer claim not embracing any vein or lode claim, shall be paid for at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per acre, together with all costs of proceedings; and where a vein or lode, sucn ss uescriocd in tne second section or this act, is known to exist within the boundaries of a placer -claim, an application for a patent for sucn piicer-ciaiin, wnicn does not include an ap plication for the vein or lode claim, shall be construed as a conclusive declaration that the cla mant of tbe placer-claim baa no right of pos session of the vein or lode claim; but where tbe existence of a vein or lode in a placer-claim is not known, a patent for the placer -claim Bhall convey all valuable mineral and other deposits within th boundaries thereof . P".c. 13 That the Snrvevor-Oeneral of tha United States may appoint in ach land district containing mineral lands as many competent surveyor as slmll apply for appointment to sur vey mining claims. The expenses of the survey of vein or lode claims, and tbe survey and sub. diviaio of placer cliiius into smaller quantities than one hundred and sixty acres, together with ine cosxoi puoncstiou or notices,snaii be paid by tbe applicants, and they shall be at liberty toob tain the. same at the most reasonable rates, and the shall also be at liberty to employ any United States Uepnty Surveyor to make the survey. The Commissioner of the General Land-Office shall also have power to establish the maximum charges for surveys and publication of notices under tots act; aud, in case of excessive charges for publication, he may designate any newspaper published In a lsnd district where mines are situated, for tbe publication of mining notices in sucn district, ana ux tne rates to be charged by such paper-, and, to the end that the Commis sioner may be luuy informed on the subject, each applicant shall file with the Begister a sworn statement of all charges and fees paid by said applicant for publication and surveva. to gether with all fees and money paid the Register and Receiver of the land-office, which atatement shall be transmitted, with the papers in the case, xo ine uommiasioner or tne oeneral land Office. The feea of the Register and the Re ceiver shall be five dollars each for filing and acting npon each application for patent or ad verse claim filed, and they shall be allowed the amount fixed by law for reducing testi mony to writing, when done in Land Office, such fees and allowances to be paid by the respective parties: and no other fees shsll 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 property in controversy at the time of the passage of this act, or of the act entitled "An act granting the right of way to uiH uiuu huiii uwiiero over tne puoiic lands, and for other purposes." approved Jul fift. IBrtfl. nr 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 act entitled "An act granting to A. Hutro the right of way and other privileges to aid in tbe construction of a drainins and i. plorlng tunnel to the Oomatock Lode, in tha State of Nevada," approved July A&th, UA8. Seo. 13. That all affidavits required to be made under thia act, or the act to which it is amendatory, may be verified before any officer authorized to administer oaths within tha land district where the claims may be aituated, and all testimony and proofs may be taken before anv such officer, and. when dulv certified bv tha officer taking the same, shall have the same force ana raect as ir taken nerore the Register and Receiver of tha Land Office. In cases of contest aa to the mineral or agricultural character of land, the testimony and 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 ba designated by the Register of the Laud Office as published nearest the location of such land ; and the Register shall require proof that suob notice nsa oeen given. Sac. 14. That where two or more veina inter. sot or cross each other, orioritv of title ahall govern, and such prior location ahall ba entitled to aii ore or mineral contained within the snaos of intersection: Provided, however. That tha BUDsequeni location auau nave the right of way through said space of intersection for tha pur poseses of tbe convenient workins of the aaid mine: And provided also. That where two or more veins unite, tne oiaest or prior location shsll take the vein below the point of union, in cluding all the space of intersection. Seo. IB. That where non-mineral land not contiguous to tne vein or lode la used or occu pied by tha proprietor of such vein or lode for mining or milling purposes, such non-adjacent surface ground may be embraced and included In an application for a patent for such vein or loae, ana me same may oe patented therewith, subject to tbe same preliminary requirements aa to survey and notice as are applicable uader this act to veins or lodesi Provided, That no location hereafter made of such non-adjacent land shall exceed five ecrea and payment for mw mm suu ue maua at tne same rate as fixed by this act for the superficies of the lode. Tha owner of a quarts mill or reduction works, not owning a mine In connection therewith, may also receive a patent for his miU-atta. as provi ded In this section. Bco. 16. That all acts and parts of acts Incon sistent herewith are hereby repealed: Provided, That nothing contained tn this act shall be con. strued to impair, any way, rights or Interests in mining property soquireu under existing laws. Approved May 10, 187J. PMHTIHG. OFFICE OP THE PIOCHE DAILY RECORD. STEAM POWER PRESSES KMPI.OYR11. DELDTQUEHT SALES. IssaaiMSilmv Mtabajr Caamsaaaiw. Location of principal place of bruincwa. Ban rcMKiRQ UUlIurnia lwwwi v- "wii, oy alining District Lincoln county Nevada. No tice. There are delluquent npon the following described stock, on account of aaaemment No. t, levied on the ttb day of Hay, 1874, the sev eral aanovota set opposite the names of tbe re spective shareholders, aa follows: o. of no. of Names. Certificate. Sharea. Ami. This establishment s supplied with s large assortment of newest styles of Type, Borders, Assorted Stationer) .aim ALL TH... MODERN MACHINERY mFLOYID IX TUT. EXECUTION soos and job mmu BEST OF JOB PRESSES! 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Be It enacted by t and Hone of Ibm. reeentstivM of th TTIted State! of America in Congress assembled, fust the provisions of th nfth section of th Act entitled "An Act to pro mote the development of the mlnln resonreM of the Fnited Stated," passed May tenth, eigh teen hundred and serentT-two, which require expenditure of labor and tmnrovement on claims located prior to tbe passage of laid Act, are hereby an amended that the time for the first annual expenditure on rlatma located nrkw ta the passage of laid Act ahall be extended to tn tenth of Jnne, eighteen b mdrad and seventy, fonr. Approved March 1, 1P78. THE DAILT ALTA CALIFORNIA, TBI OLDEST AST) BUT "EWPAPBlt on the Paeitc Coast. Published At Ban Francisco, California. ubscriptloTisreoelTed by 0. WTEDfflUfOU). Publishing all the Tiluraph News, General News - Summary, A MINING REVIEW Furnishing an account of th aondltloa of th mine la the several district! eooditlor of th worki; let UmUrpmxH; amount of or lor the raki yield of on worked; proposed ohang InterMt to owner and he awnaral paklss. sUkluhon !.. MrMshuD M.. McMaliouM.. Meagher D T....... Meagher D T McUi.d D, Truat. ....... Meal Cbas 8, TrustM..,...., Keal Chaa tl, Trusts Ni al Chan 8, TrustM Ncsl Chss B, TrustM Neal Chas H, TrustM.. . . i . . Nssl Chas 8, Trustee.. Neal Chas 8, Truste. Neal Cha 8, TroatM.. .. . Neal Chas 8, TrustM Nl Chas 8, Trustee. , Neal Chas 8, 1 rustM Neal Chas 8, Trnste....... Neal Chas 8, Trustee Neal t has 5, TrustM, bal.. Neal Cbas 8, Truste...... . Nesl Cbts 8, Trustee Nt si Chss 8, TrustM Neal Chas 8, Trustee. ... Neal Chss 8. TrustM Nesl Chss 8, Trustee KeelCliss 8, T.mste. , Neal Cbss 8, TrustM Neal Cbas 8, Trustee Neal Chas.-, Trusts... .. Neal Chas 8, Trustee Nesl Cbss 8, Trustee. Nesl Cbss 8. 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Neal Chas B. Truste.., Neal Cbas 8. TnutM... Nesl Chas 8. Trustee... Neal Chas 8, TrustM.. 706 708 766 760 770 T74 776 ... 81t ... 816 ... S17 ... 827 ... 828 ... 847 ...1010 ...1033 ....1034 ....1042 ....1163 ....1168 ....1164 ...1232 ....1233 ,...128 ....1236 ....1243 ....12t ....12K1 ,..1291 100 loo 210 60 111 10 10 17 50 11 0 60 t 100 luo 100 loo 100 t 60 60 10 to 26 50 KM) 20 (0 51 60 tn 60 100 100 , 100 60 loo 20 luo 70 100 50 100 to ' , loo 100 100 611 100 100 100 lot 100 25 Km 100 et . 100 50 60 100 60 35 to loo 20 . 75 ' 100 100 100 100 80 60 ioo to too 10 100 100 ioo 100 100 1141 100 ioo 100 IOO 20 80 50 36 to 150 100 6 r, 60 ' to- 60 no 50 60 60 i wo : 300 loo 60 , to 25 60 6X 60 100 100 . 26! 60 , 50 100 100 100 100 100 ioo 100 60 100 DELDfQTJCTT SALES. Richardson E A, Trostc....107 10 Riekantson E A, Tnaste ., ltoo , 100 Richardson A. TnutM. . . .1 101 100 RirbanlsunE A. Trustee... .1104 60 Richardson E A, Trastee..li39 ' au Ricbsrdson A, Trustee.... 1253 US) Rirhaxtlson B A, Tnastea.M.lSOt ' 100 Richardson E A, TrustM. ...1311 loo Richardson E A. Tnutee... 1313 160 &ohartsaoKA. Truster. ...1:13. :lot Kicnsrason K A, TrnstM... .1131 16' Richardson B A. TrnstM. . . . 13U0 150 Reynolds John 1604 100 ' Reynolds John 16o6 loo nsjynold John. .... 16u) lvo Rnmer A 87! 20 Romero A 871 10 Romero A 880 30 Romero A sal 20 Romero A 881 20 Rich David, Trustee. ...... 1M71 35 Rich David, trasteo 1470 100 Sim VflTW. IIWCS S.USI1 1W Rich David, Tnutee 1472 100 Rich DsAld, Trustee 1479 100 Bokmeldell H, TrustM..... All 160 BtMper George, TrustM 647 60 BlMper George, TrustM .....656 100 Bids B F, Trustee, bal, .... Sit 11.100 DELDtQUEFT SALES. da B V, Trustee.. .... 818 ' 10 Bchmitt C A, TrustM 1459 25 15 60 12 50 2 90 250 2 60 4 35 12 60 36 12 60 1 26 35 35 25 25 25 1 26 12 60 12 60 3 60 12 50 25 12(0 Si t 13 60 13 60 13 60 12 50 12(0 25 26 25 12 60 25 t 2t 17 60 25 13(0 25 12 60 25 26 25 12(0 25 26 25 26 26 6 26 26 26 23 76 25 13 60 to 35 12 50 6 25 12 60 26 6 18 75 25 25 26 25 7 (0 12 60 25 12 60 75 2 50 25 26 56 25 25 96 26 25 25 36 6 12 60 12 60 6 25 12 60 37 50 26 1 26 16 26 12 60 ' 12 60 12 60 25 12 66 12 60 12(0 35 60 25 12 60 10 6 36 12 60 1 (3 12 60 26 25 6 tn 12 60 12 60 26 35 26 25 26 15 36 12 60 26 Bchmitt C A. Trustn rkhuiltt C A, TrustM.. Behmlst C A, Trust,. Belcher D T Stark John, Trustee... Btark John, Frustee... Bchmitt M, Trustee ... Sweet M A WewsrtrlH BnowsaU BI... ..... Tyler Oyren. Trustee.. Turnbnll Welter Ax Co.Trus.1254 Turnuull visiter A Co, True. 15.13 Turner A J.,,.. 1:147 Terry L A 147t Towerniel Paul de T 1 63 I bltr J Clem, TrustM 387 chler J Clem, Trustee.... Uhler J Clem, Trustee.... Uhler J Clem, Truste.... Chler J Clem, Truste.. .. l'hler J Clem, Trustee.... t'hler J Clem. TrustM.... Chler J Clem, Trustee.... Tbler J Clem, TrustM ... tTbler J Clem, Trustee.,.. Chler J riem, True-tee,... t'hler J clem. Trustee.... Webster A 8oule, Trustees. . 10116 Webster A Boule, Trustees ,. 1067 Webster A Soule, Trustee. .1148 Webster k Boule, Trustees. .1208 Webeler A ooule, Tnutee. .1J47 White IT H. Trustee 1341 White C H. Truste 1342 Whiter H, Trustee.,.. Wlrderhold 0 Wilde J R. Truste.... Webster J A, Trustee. Westln M W, TrustM. WMtnn M w, TrustM, Weston M W, TnutM ..1456 ...1456 ...lt ... 611 ... CHI ... 606 ... 656 ...1646 ...1261 ...13W ..1660 403 414 426 643 . 806 900 , 001 002 967 .1346 . 61 . 783 .1431 . 945 . 946 960 Wade A P, Trastee 1124 ' 100 25 6(1 12 60 Nesl Chas 8. Trustee 1369 Nesl Chas 8, Trustee 1412 Neal Chas 8. Trustee ...1414 Nnal Chas 8. TrntM....uu1449 Neal Chas S, Trustee 1462 Neal Cbas 8, Trustee 1461 Seal Chss 1. Trustee 143 Neal Cbas 8. Trustee 1460 Neal Chat 8. TrustM 1467 Neal Chas 8, Trustee .1476 Nesl Chas 8, Trnstm 1639 Neal Chss B. TrustM 1660 Keal Chss 8, Trusts.. ......1651 Nesl Chss 8. Trustee 1663 Neal Chas 8, Trustee ...1676 Neal Chas B, Trustee .1576 Neal Chas 8, Trustee 1577 Neal Chas 8, Trastee., 1678 Neal Chas 8, Trustee 1679 Nesl Chas , Tnxete. M80 Neal Chai B, Trastee, bal. . .ltK8 Mow H H, Tnaste.. ....... 87 Nobla H H. Tnute tM Noble B H. Trusts 1171 Noble H H, Tnute ....1172 N'.ble H H, Trnstse 1174 Nobis H B, Trust..., 1176 Noble B B, Trustee... 1176 Noble B B. Trute.........1213 . Noble B B, Truste 1214 Noble B B, Trust. 1219 ' Nobis H R, Tnute 124 Nobis H H, TrustM ..1144 : Noble B H, TnutM........ .1280 Noble H H, Trustee llxl Nobis HH. Trusts .1411 ' Noble II H. Trastee.. ...... .1464 Nobl.HH, Trustee... ......1495 Noble John ....1S45 Nash OA 1116 Parker A Fry, Trustees 1068 Psrker k Fry, TnuteM 1060 Psrkerk Fry. Treats. ....1923 Psrker A Fry. Trasttes 1326 Parker k Fry: TrnstM 1327 Psrker A Fry, Trustees 1.128 Pope Cbss W 1692 Pbslsn P, trustee 1400 Phelsn P, Trustee ...1416 Rose h B, Trustee. ., 1477 Rose L 8. Trastee 1492 Richardson I A, Trnatee. ... 842 Richardson I A. Trustee..,. 857 Richardson B A. Trustee. ... 929 Rtcbardeen E A, Trustee .... VrH ' 60 1WI 100 100 100 50 40 1(10 100 10 3 4 t t 160 60 6 6 100 26 100 V00 13 60 60 60 to 60 to 2S 13 50 25 15 26 26 12 U 10 25 26 360 50 1 1 25 136 87(0 12(0 1 26 1ft 26 6 26 35 25 3 35 13 60 12 60 12 60 12 60 12 60 ! 12 60 816 to . 12 60 to 12 60 60 12 60 60 12 60 60 13 60 to 12(0 100 26 60 13 60 60 12 M 100 36 60 12 60 60 w 11 60 60 12 u 60 13 60 M 1210 100 35 100 35 (0 15 60 (0 12(0 100 35 100 35 100 35 100 25 100 35 100 26 260 62 60 35 6 36 20 5 60 12 60 20 6 30 I 36 135 100 96 SO 1186 Wade A P. Trustee. Wsd A P, Truste..., Wade A P, TrustM.... Wsde A P, Trusts..., Wsde A P, Trustee..., Wsde A P, Tnutee.... Wsde A P, Trustee... Wsde A P, Trustee..., W ade A P, Trustee. . . Wade A P, Trustee... W'sde A P, Trustee..., Wsde A P, Trustee... W ind MLR., ...1153 ...1151 ...1167 ...1119 ...11112 ...1194 ...ll'JS ...IMS ...1199 .. 1100 ...12--0 ...1321 .1387 10 10 . 1 ,. i t i to to 30 100 26 too loo 90 100 25 100 300 60 260 650 100 M I0 100 100 100 100 ioo 60 20 80 10 60 1 60 60 60 , 100 I 31 10 100 100 100 ' 60 100 ioo luo ' 100 ioo 100 60 611 60 60 60 50 100 1160 If 28 12 tO 12 50 6U 25 15 17 60 St 816 61 so It Jt It f t t t 8 8?t 25 25 21 21 . 87 tO 12 M to . 10 1(0 2(0 250 2 60 ' tit lit 6 25 12 60 12 60 t If 2i 126 26 7 60 26 621 15 to 13 60 62 60 162 69 26 12 60 to 25 25 23 25 ' 25 12 60 6 7 60 1 60 12 6(1 12 60 12 60 12(0 25 6 2t 360 15 25 36 12 60 25 15 35 25 25 25 12 50 12 56 12 60 12 60 12 50 12 (0 26 s s lng Company. Location of Principal Plsos of Business. Ban FrapclBoo, California location of Works, El Dorado Osnyon, Colorado Mining District, Lincoln County, Nevada. Notice. To, re are delinquent upon the followtog d s -ribed stock. ta account ot asses, ment (No. 81 levied on the 4th day of June, 1874. tbe several amounts set opposite the sum of the respective siurclioldera, ss follows: No. of Ko. of Certlncate. Shares. Ami. JTsmes. Calvin Amsbary.... Calvin Amsbary..., Olviu Amsbary.... Calvin Amsbary..., Calvin Amsbary..,. Felix Bschnaan.... Charles Bever Charles Bever Myron Blgnsl Blewett A Johnson Robert Carlisle. .. Wlllust Caley..... William Caley Euttene ueiie , O W Chspman hum coruatt James a) Crawford. ....... Jacob Crago ............. Fierce a ragsu Pierce B Fagan. .......... fierce ragan Pierce B Fagan Pierce B Fagan Samuel Pike BamaelFike David Foster..... David Foster..., ,., William France... Kaucy Oregg ., John b Hall 8 X Hsmmand Dr A B Hayward Oeorge Hearst Timothy L Hows Starr ttoyt CharlM Hosmer Robert E Kenns Christopher Lsrsen Nathaniel 8 Lewia Samuel J Lewia 8am uel J Lewis William M Lent E Ltvermnre E Livermore..... C Marvin., Emery Matthew! L C McKecby , Hall McAllister , Hsll McAllister Robert K McOue Johu J Mclibtnny Levi Parsons William 0 Patterson.., William 0 Patterson.. Willism O Patterson.. William Fixity William Filler Joseph E Plato Jonsthsn stlchsrdsun . . T Scott Siewsrt t hsrlM W Thomas. And in accordanM with law. and an order of the Hoard of Directors, made on the 4th day of May, 1P74, so many sharea of. each parcel of snob stock as may be necessary, will be sold st public suction, at the ofline of the company, Room 23, Bayward's Ruildirg, No. 410 California street, ban Francisco, Cali fornia, on Thursday, tho ltd day of July, 187 4, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of such day, to psy delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the saiv. CHAB. 8. KEAL. Secretsrv. Office Boom 23. Havwsrd's Buildins. No. 410 lamorniB street, ssn r ran ci sco, calilornla. Jeie-ta E. THIBAULT TE0S TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE XJ public thst be has purchased the Ranch of John MeCall, IH DRY VALLEY, With the business connected therewith. BTOCK of all kinds PASTURED, and the hurt oi care taseu, at iaih KAl fco. rsrtles visiting Dry Talley can bave OOOD ACCOMMODATIONS, and th best the n.arket snords. Jeltlm NOTICE. AFTEB TONIGHT, ITJXI It, Tlio Glial Room LYNCH'S SALOON Will be closed for repairs until th Fourth of Next Month. By order of th Commander. Jetn-tf II. WARD'S FUBNITUEE and BE DDIS Q BTOEE, Brick Building, Main 8t. Pioche. Oreist Reduction tn Prices l 50 per cent Less than Heretofore. 61'EINO MATTRESSES, I'l'lX, HAIR, MOSS snd FEATHERS. T WILL BELL CHEAPER FOB CA8B THAN X parties can import them, having an im. niense stock that must be sold to make room for new goods. Parties will do well to call and see for themselves, snd be convinced. Carpets. Wall Paper, Toilet Seta,' Picture Frames, Lamp Chsndeliers, Pstnta, Oils, and mass. Mixed ratnt, ready lor us in any qusn my lu suit. CTHOLBTERINO. Furniture Repaired In Good Style. H. WARD, I'NDERTAKER. Metallic Burial Case on band. Specie! atten. huu giveu w Buipmeui oi oouies. mr81-tf. CAUTION. " ALL PERSONS ARE BKREBY CATJTIONED against purchasing clsima against ths Highland Consolidsted Mining Company, the payment of which said olefins purport to be guaranteed by me. The slgnsture of my name to the aald paper was obtained by fort and fraud, and I take thll method of notifying the public that 1 will resist the payment of the same. - . - . 4. A. wlLLlAMe. Pioche, jBly0,1874. : - Jy20-ln Probate Notice. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE A Beventn juaiciai uistrlot county of Lin, In the matter of ths estate of John H. Lynch, deeeseed. Order to show causa why Order of Bal of Real jistaw suouiu not oe made. It appearing to the Judge of aid Court, by the petition this day presented end filed hv M.r. Saret Lynch, the Administratrix of th estate of ohn H. Lynch, deceased, praying for an order m w ui reai eewe, 'cai is necesssry to sell the " 'i"," real esiste SO pay tn COS IS OI SO ministration and debu due from ih ...-t. It Is therefore ordered hv the Jmiom nt M Court, that all nersons interested in the of ssld deceased appear before the ssld District ou.i oi me revenin juaicui District, on Tuesday, the 1.8th day of Ausruat. A.D. 1874, at 10 o'clock In th forenoon ofsald day, at the Court Room of said District Court of the erenia judicial DUtrlet, St tie town Of Pioche, tn aaid county of Lincoln, to show cause why en order should not ba erafiteil an th. uM ah. mlnistratrix to aell so much of the real eatat of said deceased aa shall ba necessary. And that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeke In the Pioche Dally M wwBrir pnniea ana puoilsnea ID Dated July 15, 1874. ' M. FTTT.T.1TII ntatrle JnSm Bisnor A BaBnt, Attorneys for Administratrix, Omcx or tri Oocktt Cuu or tbi 1 CfnTMTV n iMm, m I I. P. B. Miller. County clerk of the oonnty of Lincoln. Sttte of Nerads. and ei-offlcto Clerk of the District Court of the Seventh Judicial Dis trict, in snd for ssld county, do hereby certify ths forwolrg to ba a tm. foil and onrrset oopy of an order duly msd and entered npon th minutes of raid District Court, i - K Witness, my baud snd tbe eeal of said u.s. t'urriri uonrt, this 17th day of July, ' ' P. B MrtXER, Clerk uye- M.mvroan, Deputy Clerk. J J 19-4 w Utah Northern Railroad. rpRAIWg LB AVE CORINKI AT P. M 1 leave Logsa at I Jo a. m., te connect wltk wns iur ugaeB, ana Bait aatke. 64 ... -n 09 120 12! 20 f 1 ..... 64 181 18 .... 80 81 321 224 .....187 10 .....163 101 88 .... 86 131 176 11T 1st Ulf , 70 ..... 203 , 81 , 104 208 101 , 220 4 101 lit 185 196 lit .109 .1(17 .210 .174 81 ..2(0 311 123 44 60 ...147 .. 307 ...lit ... 60 ...100 ...167 ...05 ...103 ...1H .. 318 ...206 ...173 01 IOO (16 00 John J Tomllnson 120 E B Tryon ... E B Tryon..... E BTryon B B Tryon Oeorg O Webster,.., Oeorg O Webster.... Willism R WiUiama., Robert Wilson . ...148 160 161 161 04 130 179 .176 40 1 oO 31 100 f 10 ' f 100 f 100 f no t looo so 100 I 300 10 100 10 100 f 360 11 tO SO 1MJ at lio 60 S6o 18 W ' too so 10 f If .lit loo f too 25 to 1 90 1 60 150 7 60 64 170 ' 100 10 18 00 71 too 64 170 60 2 50 460 13 60 360 3f , 46 31 18 90 60 160 100 f 60 2 60 100 f 500 25 600 16 1 6 100 f KO f 36 180 100 t 300 10 to 350 '64 3 70 60 360 1840 92 60 150 50 2 (0 18 80 200 10 to 2 60 60 2 60 64 170 1000 to ioo t 80 1 to 100 f 1(0 i 100 f 100 t 460 22 tn 75 176 100 f loo too And in sceordsnce with law and an order of the ktuard of Tru-teee, made on the ttb dsy of June. 1874. so msnv shsree ef esch par oel of such stock aa may be necesssry will be sold at public auction t th office of the Com pany, Room No. 2. No. 729 Montgomery street, nan rraucisco, California, on ataturfiuy, tn Utn day of Annuel. 1874. at th hour of 1 o'clock p. m.. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment tnereon, together with costs oi aa, vertlaing and expense of ssls. jusiauu AfrLtUATK. secretary. Office No. 739 Montgomery street. Room No, 7. mr rrsneiseo. iianntmia. suli-ta BPSHEB8 DEOECTORT ALEXANDER O. B..Droggist snd Msin street, opposite Lecouf rlhrry. doors above I. J. Hslnjn A '" A BHAMAM T. W. t-..,i ... - ' at. 1 1EPNAK. Da. PAVL M. !ir" """ 15 San Franclaeo. 1 IJ7 ""''BoBicry St., BERORTEIN DR. H.. Ibyslclai, sru, Ihiildintj. Main street: evimaTBs h"" BREAKET B. R.. Notary Public Main-aSSeT " "'"r- CTvJ, .Mubf.'-" te,, CA8S1DI. JOBS. Capitol Saloon. CASOB It MICHEL, Ufsyetl. " ' Meadow Valley St. ttiruit, QITY MEAT MARKET. Main Bt. QPLTEBWEIX. WE, BnUioxtvul, Bts, CLARK D. C. k PRO., Wholes.!. j ... Dmtera In Groceries. 1? oral Merchandise. Lower Msin street 0t- Ciutin ADUi.ru k BRO.. Whoinu ) Retell Itaelera in Totjeeee Ji. Msin street, oppoel. Meadow VsilejT u, Ci. UCCOMC- Baa DAVW, i. T , Cornwall Row. deal,, h. Ssrsaparilla and Cider. ta ". DEAL DB. D. L., Physician, u.i. - EISENMANH t. k CO., Importers and Dealer, in Hardware. Crockery, GlsL.i.1"! Honse-rarnishlns Goods, v.ii 'JZZT "4 FULF8 MCALPIN, Cosnwrpollten Salons , 1w V'Sr "". and tit, Uuh w!' FAQ A. tOO.. Importer! and Jobber, of Brandies, Wines snif l.in 1,1 street. Ban Francisco. . ... .root GBaNOFR CHOP BOFBE. eld eos.rfa building, Lacmr 81. !etoeca 1 IBBoa DB., Gibbon's Dispensary VT 623 Kearny .trct, fcn Franctat GILMER A SALlBBUBi, Dally Stage Has Office at Well.,7argoTor,., GIB FRIED A, ERISA CBEB, Ssn Francisco Restaurant and B.k,ryTMidow Tw street, opposite Dexter Stables. fTOSMER. J..PnwtnM at w. . H Msin St. ,on cor., I lALriN J. J. k CO.. n.l II Msin street. - -u-are. IAM1LTON E., Wholes I and Retail 1 Liquor Dealer. Main atreet. "'" JP8 f SP-. Tleeml. and Retail Dealcre in Oeneral Merchandise, klaln TTITCBEN A CO., Proprietor! Walker Bona i and CUft House, Sslt Lake. KASTEN F., Meadow Yaltey llrswery. oornet of Main and Meadow Vallty street? I EH MAN, E. P.. Ptoieer Bteblts. Meson. j YslleySt. -eroow I IEBE8 k BOWMAN. Manufacturers and In. .aj Sheriffs Sale. TtV VIRTUE OF AN EXECtmCW ISSUED D out of tbe District Court In and for the County of Lincoln, but of Nevada, and to me directed snd delivered, for a Judgment rendered in said court, on the 1st dar of August. A. u, 1874, in fsvor of F. W. Clute and against tbe Highland Consolidsted Mining Company, for the sum of nineteen hundred and ainety-one 3-100 dollars debt, snd all accruing costs and interest. 1 have levied on tbe following nron- erty, tovrit: The Georgia Ledge, consisting of 1.000 fset. more or less: ins Mis&ias pel Ledffe. consisting of 1.000 ieet, more or less: Ths Cslifornis Ledge, consisting of 1,000 fast, more or less; Th Blsckfoot Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less: ine xn ow jscket Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; Tbe Bostnl Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, mors or less; The Blsck Jscket Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; The Hsraburgb Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; The Mortimer Ledge, consisting of 1.000 feet. more or lees; The Colorado Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet: more or less; The Lincoln Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; The Ms flower Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; The Elmore Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, mora or less; . The Pocahontas Ledge, oonsliting oi 1,000 feet, more or less; The Western View Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less: The French Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; The Queen of the Forest Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet more or less; The Oold-n Oste Ledge, consisting of l.OOo feet, more or less; The Lewlston City Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; 1 he Blsck Bess Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; The Rowarth Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; Th Bengal Tiger Ledge, consisting ot 1,000 feet, more or less: The Phil Sheridan Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, snore or less; The Roving Miner Ledge, consisting of 1,000 feet, more or less; Also, about 30 seres of land surveyed for Mrs, B. E. Stanton, May 10, 1871; Also, about 119 acres of land mrvsyed for J. C. Marshall. Ortober 19, 1809 all in Lincoln county. Nevada. Kotice ia hereby glved that on Wednesday, tbe 3d day of Beuteniber. A. U. 1HJ4, At 13 o'clock M , I will aell all the right, title snd interest of ssld defendsnt In snd to tbe sbove de scribed property, st the Court-house, ia Pioche, Nevsds, st public suction, for cash in band, to ths highest snd best bidder, to satiety ssld sxecutiun snd all costs. W. H, TRAVIS, Sheriff. By J. B. Hoao, Deputy Sheriff. auM-td porters of Usvsna Cigar, corner ol iu mento and Ratterv streets, Ssn Francisco LIVINGSTON ft CO., Fin Brandies, Wines snd Liquors, 910 and 121 Cslllorois stmt, ban Francisco. LYNCH JOHN 0., Wholesale ud Retsll Liquor Desler, cor. Main and Lateral ru. Meadow valley, botel saiii, BallicavUls. MARX r. F., Forwsrdltf and OomntiaioB Merchant, Toan (O. P. B R.) Nevada. MORTON ft HCBWEIGER, Boot! and shoes. Meadow Valley St. fOTT, FIKB ft CO , Importers and Dealers ivl in Hardware, Mill and Mining Goods, ate. Meadow Valley strket, V'ESBITT JAMES, Commission Merchant, L Lower Main Ht. XJEVADA MEAT MARKET, Main, opposite Larour street. VEVADA CENTRAL RAILWAY, oSc Cpper i Meadow Valley St. VJICHOLS DR.F.0-, It- Dentut. Msin street. PIPIFAX. THE BOSICRUOIAK WERE A SECT OF Philosopher who flourished la Uermtny during the KVeuteuith century, and proaeouted profound reftearchei Into Nitural Science and Occult Phikwophy, and sought to dlacorar the ELIXIR 09 UFS. Although tone euptsntltiOB Biaj bare been developed among them and other s41chemiet in eearch tor the Elixir Vltta. vet 41mm la tKMntlft truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Atrolo hj. m. ins were improiBBn wiu uw properties or HERBAL PREPARATIONS, And found dynamic and parch olofle force tl the extract of oertala plant. It dne to the Brvatsarohea of a learned acholar of Europe among the arobiveaof tbe Roricruclajui. It ia made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at such seasons of the Tear when their juices are aironges. ana Yuruee unimialrea, forming a combination onriTaUed In tha mata rta medica. PZPZFAX la sn enemy to all corrnption It sssists snd fortifies Nature. It manner of operation la ta Drive to Uie Kxtawme Part And thronoh the pore! of the skin and all emunctories of tha body, the bad humor which molest It. a-lvini relief even in disease the most refractory and difficult to cure, such ss neuralgia, Dyspepsia, constipation, sjlck Bead, ache. Nervous Wesknaas and Blillonanes. It 1 pleasant to ths taste, mild in Its action, marvel, ous in its effects and unsurpsssed ass tonic. Used ss s beverage In malarious districts it nsn. trainee miasms and prevents fevei aad esiue. Sold by all DnusiaU, Oroeers and Llqnor ueaiere, aespoa euv sront tres, aaa rranclaoo an-Sniis . Dissolution Notice. TH COPARTKERPHrr BEBETOPORB existing between Qnlnlau ft Dean, la the salnon business. Is this dsy dissolved by mntnal consent. The bnslneae will hereafter be oar. nea on oy yninien a u Donnell. Pioche, Nev., July 4,1874. JyT-lm Engene Sehoppmann -.PENS HIS PRIVATE SCHOOL AT THE f oia sxmn oroce. on Msin street, Pioche, on MONDAY NEXT. Jnlv t. st 10 a. m. Terms, Five Dollars Far Month. Hours from 10 a. m. to! p. m. Advanced pupil! will receive instruction from 9 p. m. to 6 p. a. Book keeplne and Oermaa, French and Span. UEOPLE'S MAREET. Meadow Valley atrsst, X. e inea Montgomery proprietors. PANACA SALOON, Lscour street, Newman t Msnlstedt proprietors. i)U2kit A txisusuN, Attorneys at Law, Lscour street POND, REYNOLDS ft CO., Importers and Jobbers of Wine snd Liquors, 111 Cslitw nls street. Ssn Francisco. PIOCHE DAILT RECORD, Newspaper snd Job Printing Omc. Iseour street, west end. Pnblicstloa offios, Main street, opposite Mnadow Valley atreet. VyOrjADE, T. O., Meadow Valley street, Jnti r below Cedar, dealer la SToosries and cm. visions. IJRITCBARD'8 RESULtE FREIGHT UN'B from Psllssd to Pioche. Office llsin treet, below Lscour. F. O. Mlnshall Asvnt. QKUINLAN ft DONAHUE, Ficcke Dstery Meadow Valley St. 0' DER JOHN, Dealear In OrncerM, Pre visions snd General Merc head las, fltone Store, Lacour street. SHEA, BOCQI'ERAE ft MoEEE, Wlsessfid Liquors, comer Front and Jackson auseu), San Fianclsco. SMART MRS. B , Fashionable Dreamalist, Chapman House, Uptier Msin street. OTK1N. CUAH ft CO , Srorsge snd Omnml-Mnn 3 Bouse, Wines and Liquors, Lower Bats eireet. , ,, SCHUSTBICH ft KLEINE, Philadelphia Brewery, stale street SCOTT BCSSELL, Pslsrs Club Room, Main street SHERWOOD ft BRO., Dealers In Lumber, Mala street. SMITH JAB. 8. ft CO.. Stock Brokers. Mais strert. STATS RANI OT NEVADA, ' Msls street. STEPHENS I. B., Fsshloaabls Bootmaer, Msin street. rnHoMKSON ft GATJDIN, Wbolessle Desltrt in 1 Wines. Llqnor snd CtRsrs, Lscour street, r PRAV1S ft CO , Pioche snd Btrelltoo Stags 1 Line: Frank C Minshuil, at Walls, Farjo ft Co's, Aoent. . T ELLS. FAROO ft CO Eichang., Banxiat TV and Expreaa Company. Main atreet. tirEROOATT N., Patenu for Mineral Lands, VT Meadow Valley atreet. WIEDERBOLD C, Pioneer News Depot. Main atnet WARD H., Main street. Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Bedding, eto. WILLIAMS WM. V., Comer Lscour ant Mala atneta, dealer ra clothing. Boot! and Shoea. RAILROADS. Union Paoifio Railroad TIME-TABLE. TTNTTL FURTHER NOTICE, tHADIg WW U leave aad arrive at Ogdaa daily, aa follow LxavK, Dally express, tM s m-i nlie) t -M p. m i freight, 10 JU a. m, Axamt. Dally express, t JO p. xa. allied, p. m.; frehtht, t:10 a. m. Dally connection! made at Ogden with s Dtah Central Railroad from Bait Lake City Ml points in Southern Utah. At Bryan, with stages for the Bveerwater moist. At Cheyenne, with Denver PadHa Railroad, tor Denver, Central City, (tsorgetown sad all points In Colorado snd New Mexico. At Omaha, with Chicago aad Northwestern; Chicago, Rock Island snd Pacific; RaTllngles and Missouri Riven I so ass City, St. Jos snd Council Brans Railroads, snd Missouri river line of steam era, for all points seat aud south. Tickets for sale to ail points east st offlre o( Wells, Fargo ft Co., East Temple street, snd si the office of the Utah Central Railroad. In ts Lake City; also at the Union Pacific Railroad ticket office, in Oa-dcn, st which office bertbs on aleeplng-csrs caa be secured. Arrangements hsve been made whereby pas sengers desiring t visit Denver, on their y Esst, can avail themeelvee of aa eieuralc rate from Cheyenne to Denver, and re tars, si gnstiy reduced rates. . For pertlealsrs and all lnfemoiioo la nauu to nassage, apply at the ticket offices. PssMfsrs should be esreral lo secure raw passsge ticket to all eastern snd souths" points via Omaha, and thna avail themselves a through sleeping-oar. comfortable sceoniBioat tions and quick time. THOS. 1 IIMBALL. . - .. sasneral Ticket Agent. T. E. S10KLES, snlt-tf Chief Englnear and Superintendent Utah Central Rallroftd- ; TIME TABLE. rUUNS LEAVE SALT LAM OTT WDj attdOa.m and 1 p. m. Arrrve si us at Taoa. m. and t4 p. i Trains wUI leave Ogden at!TiitM tflOp. m. ArHvest Bait Laks City st 10 "' sadtdOp.m. .. Mixed Trsalss ' . ., win ran daily, Sundry. "rii Lake City at 1 a. u. and t;t p. as. and as K m aad IJUI a M Utah Southern Hailroad. 1 Depot, ball Lake dry, atl a,m.ane ''(nearest point Vm O-Wuwcoa Osnyon). att:10a.m. and taMB. Arrive at Lehl at t s. usnoy. Leers Leal at a. m. aad It- at 100 a. m. and J JO P g. m. and, Anlva at Salt lala Wat 'tM p.m. Jye-tt . B.SOHOFFMAinr.