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TVESDAY. .APRIL .' . n.lna Oflirff of tbe Pioesr Dailt Buildtu. Lseour street, near Main, e Ul Herorrork IU be -T. Oobjus. TBK PIOCBB DA1LT RECORD IS Ike rheape-s Inlaaa Paper ,ul Advertising; Median th Pacific Coast, Weekix- Suberlptioa, 50 Oat. Advertlelns; at cerrespond- Low Rate. Tike RECORD Cir- ralatr all ovor the Pacifle Coast, ml also la the greater portlo of Ibe chief Atlaatle Cities and Ka.it era State ffeaeraUr. NO USTEBX DISPATCHES. The washout on the Union Pacifie.hat prostrated the telegraph line, which has deprived as of oar Eastern report. WORSE, AND KOBE OF IT. The robbers of pnblio moneys are re ceiving a check in mora ways than one, In the first place, the tone of the public feeling on such matters is recovering somewhat from the demoralization that became so prevalent after the close ot the war. ' The political atmosphere is be ing purified and stealing officials are again being regarded in their true form- as as many rascals who ahonld be sent to the State Prison. With this healthier condition of the pnblic mind eomes the prospect of euocess in severely and properly punishing the delinquents who have helped themselves to the publio treasure. What are you going to do about it? was the iusolent Inquiry that the Tammany ring thieves of New York addressed to all who charged them with frauds. The reply came at last, and much to the surprise of Tweed and bis accomplices the former found himsell wearing motley in a common jail and the latter ran off to avoid the same disagree able discipline. All these fellows reck oned without their host. They thought, Tweed especially so, that the immense amount of their stolen wealth would have enabled them to defeat any attempt at punishment. They were mistaken. Their ill gotten booty did not save them, though no doubt lavishly used for that purpose. Tweed, their chief, had to succumb, and is now, though possessing millions, expiating his offence with other malefactors. And now comes the un kindest cut of all. The very riches, the huge piles of wealth, to gain which Tweed perilled and lost his good name and became a common thief, that very hoard of crime-stained lnore is likely to be torn from his grasp and he be left a begger, a bankrupt in fortune as well as in reputation. Undor a law recently passed by the New York Legislature, ad ditional power has been given to the proper authorities to protect the public against swindling officials, proceedings are being had that will probably end in wresting from Tweed bis ill gotten spoils. In order to accomplish this desirable end Ingersoll, the celebrated cnair-mak-ing tool of Tweed, has been pardoned on . the condition that he will testify as to what he knows concerning the frauds. This bodes no good for Tweed and it is very probable that he will soon be com pelled to give up all his property, as some small restitution for the losses he inflioted upon the people. Tweed thus disposed of and made a terrible warning to evil doers, it is to be hoped that tardy justice will yet pounoe upon the other Boss, Shepherd of Washington. The CsfrrsjraiAL .There is now every reason to believe that the success of the Centennial is an assured affair. All the States are commencing to show a lively interest in the matter, and it is to be hoped will continue to do so. It is not an occasion that not only concerns Philadelphia or Pennsylvania, it is a national jnbilee and should be celebrated in manner befitting the honor, dignity and power of the Great Republic . When Oeneral Crook reached Salt Lake he was cordially received by all. He deserves the commendation of all good citizens. He is an able and gallant soldier, a good citizen and an honest man, and is one of the most faithful public servants that the country pos sesses. . .. SCLKV. Captain Baphael Bemmra, who gsined so much notority as the commander of the rebel cruiser Alabama, has got a fit of the sulks, which makes him give the citizens of the Bints of Alabama some very bad advice poor in quality and discreditable in the motive whioh prompted its utterance. It appears that the State of Pennsylvania has sent a formal iuvitation to all her sister States to participate in the Centennial rejoic ings. . This invitation was conceived and sent in the kindest and most libeial spirit, and shonld have met with a cor responding reception, and we are not aware of any instance that it has not, excepting in the case which we are abont to allude. As Captain Semmes is only one man, and judging from his letter, a soured and disappointed one, we do not know .that much attention should be paid to his querelous oomplainiogs. Still they will afford the State of Alabama an opportunity to show that their citizens understand their duty, will perform H, and are much wiser than Captain Semmes has any ides of. He has lately written a letter to the Mobile Register advising the people of Alabama not to accept the invitation of their Pennsylvania brethren and also to make their refusal a vehicle of conveying some very ungenerous and ill-timed remarks. This spirit is all wrong and every true friend of the South would bo grieved to see it indulged in generally by her people. We are well aware that tbey do not; that tbey earnestly desire to bury all past differences in oblivion and to re establish their ancieut friendship with their sister commonwealth. We know that these are their feelings, and their expression will do more, to remove all asperities and reunite the broken ties of good feeling than anything else. This being the cose, it is provoking when some sore-headed grumbler who loves notoriety for its own sake, should gratify his weakness by acting as a marplot and mischief maker and by gratuitously prof fering advice that would discredit i sulky school girl. If Captain Semmes wants to benefit the South, the best thing he can do is to get into a good humor, keep out of print and remember that advice gratis is never welcome and seldom deserves any more hospitable reception than it usually receives. Gold Placers i Aeizcka . The En terprise has of late contained numerous dispatches from Arizona announcing new discoveries of both rich ledgt and rich placer diggings. From Major La Page, now in Virginia City, w yesterday learned some important items regarding some portions of that country. The Major declares that there are tens of thousands of square miles of rich placer mines in tnat portion of New Mexico and Arizona between the W bite and Bierra mountains. The Major visit d the country years ai;o and saw the ground, saw Ibe sola in lares quantities among the Indiana. This statement is confirmed by Mr. Gsdmire, who is also here, who says that in 1870 he, with a party of friends, the whole number being twenty-nine, went from Montana to a creek that empties into Black River north of the White Mountains in Ari zona, where tweuty of their number were killed in a tight with the Tontos and other Apaches. The remnant pro ceeded further south, and, after whip sawing lumber for sluices, worked five days and cleaned ur Sou in cold oust, wnen tne savages made tnem ananaon the country. Major La Page informs us that be bat during the lastten years tried repeatedly to raise a company to return to that country, bnt has never been able, because of tne Indians, lie says nis sr. rangements are now made to leave here about tbe 1st of June. He lotenaa to ex plore fully tbe country between the Gila and Colorado rivers, embracing tbe Sierra Madre, Mogolian, Little Color ado and Black Bird mountains. He says by the 1st of June it will be good grszing for animals all the way, and that there is a surface bonanza there sure, for no saw it with his own eyes long ago. We know notbins at all abont the Major's arrange ments; whether his full complement of men is secured or not; but If tbere are any restless spirits in oor midst who dream of the Black Hills as a new Dor ado, we advise them to see and consult with Major La Pace, for it is possible he will convinoe them tbat, there is more gold to be found in a less rigorons cli mate. Virg. Enterprise, 1J. It may be noted, as a striking sign of the crocress made in trance toward con solidating Bepublican institutions, that the mint has at last been ordered to use the design made by Dupre, 18T3, for the coins of tbe first Republic. Pieces are now daily struck off, besting on the ob verse the Wioged Genius of France en- craving on a tablet the new Constitution, with the Gallic cock in front and the Republican fasces behind. Aionnd the design are the words "Republique Fran- caise. Un tbe reverse is the old wreatn, with the words . "Liberte, egalite, f rater nite." Virg. Enterprise. A lady in tbe East wishes to know how to keep her husband at borne of even ings. Some newspaper genius advises her to open a first-class beer garden in the back yard, with pretty waiter girls and other usual fixings. If that does not keep bim at home says literary Solomon, the cose is hopeless. Considerable oommotion was caused in the English House of Comuons by the presentation of a petition asking for the dismissal of the judge who presided in ths Tiohborne trial, and for the impeach ment of tbe Speaker. The petition was rejected. . A large force of surveyors left Ottowa, Canada, for the purpose of locating the ' ' Jin of the Canadian Faciflo Railway The Canada folks are a little slow, it is true, bnt tbey will keep pegging away until tbey accomplish it. The Cuban insurgents seem to be as far from being subdued as ever.-- Their 'principal amusement now Is btiroiog sugar plantations. Tbe social and polit ical condition of the ever faithful isle is getting no better rapidly. A daily line of stages is to be estab lished to ran from Sidney, Nebraska, to Harney's Peak, in the Block Hills. That Black Hills excitement will yet drive - tbos green Eastern folks oraiy. The Connecticut campaign was fought on (be issues of tbe third term and ap proval of tbe administration policy in the f South, and would seem lo indicate the publio disapproval of both. Cheyenne Leader published a mip of tbe Black Hills. It is said tbat it was compiled from autbentio sources, which assertion is most devoutly to be doubted. The Secretary of the Treasury wants a revenue cutter stationed in ths waters of Alaska. . Centennial. Jnst one hundred years ago yesterday the British troops com menced their march to Concord to crush a handful of "rebels." During the past century the few score "rebels" that were to be exterminated have grown into a nation of forty millions of people, free, happy and prosperous, and possessing an extent of territory greater than those simple Concord farmers ever dreamed of. One hundred years ago a British force of eight hnndred men was thought suffi cient to destroy the budding tree of lib erty, snd marched to Concord for that purpose. Yesterday the Chief Magis trate of the Great Republic traversed tbe same route traveled by the Royal troops, to rpjniee with hi fellow oitizens over the memories of tbe day and tbe glorious record that has since given imperishable renown to the American people. Another enormous ironclad has jatt bejn launched at the Chatham (England) dockyard, and with one'.exception (H. B. M. ironclad Fury) is said to be the most powerful war vessel afloat. Her guns weigh 28 tons each, her armor plating ia twelve inches thiok. Altogether it is thought she will prove to be a most powerful vessel. The New York Herald says that during the last Presidential campaign that Grant was thoroughly denounced. Well, the poor man did catch it pretty severely, it is a fact, and is another proof tbat abuse is not only no argument, but generally fails in tbe purpose to advance which it is used. The telegraph brings us the intelli gence that a large fire bos occurred in the Chinese quarter of Austin. Sinoe its settlement in. 16C3, with one or two ex ceptions, Austin baa been singularly free from loss of property by fire. Heavy fogs have visited the coast counties of Southern California,, and it is thought that ths threatened failure of crops caused by the drought has been averted. . . It is said that the Calculation of the observations made of tbe transit of enus will require several -' years to complete. ' "' The members of the theatrical pro lession in new iorit intend to give per formances fortbe benefit of tbe family of tbe late Dan Bryant. Flung on the agony, or nsing absurdly grandiloquent words for very common matters, is called in the East "spreadin" on the Brooklyn misery." The last place that claims to have Charley Bobs is a small village in Nova clootie, on ths shores of tbe Bay of randy. Tbe Bbode Island election was a fight between Captain Whisky and bis oppo- nents, and the old rascal won as be always does. Tbe Hudson is only just open for navigation. Truly thoae Eastern winters are terrible affairs. A revivalist named Taylor, an Ameri can, is about to open a aeries of religions meetings in tbe old Coburg Theater. Edward Sabine, an Englishman," has been, by the French Academy, eleoted n corresponding member. . At Carson City, last eventne-. as the yard engine of tbe Virginia and Truest nanroaa company was engsged in switching some cart loaded with wood. the wood began to fall off one of tbe cars, a stake having tome out. - Tbe en gineer wss signalled to stop, which he did so suddenly that the brakeman, John McMannut, was thrown from tbs car. His leg wss broke in two places snd be was so badly injured otherwise tbat it it reared tbat he will not recover. f Virsr. Enterprise, 10. We understand that s rich develop ment has been mode on the (bird level in ths K K mine. As to its extent and tbe quality of tbe ore we have not been ad vised officially. Eureka Sentinel, 13. NEW TO-DAY. THERE WAS SOME ICE la Town, Left here by J no. Coaaerten, which, la Two Years old. TBI8 XS NOT 11 BE ICE THAT THE CRYSTAL ICE COM PACT has for sale. ALL THE ICE! PITT t'P IN LINCOLN COVXTT LAST WINTE R, .p20-lm Wil TOT UP BY B. B. MABTINO. The Annual MmIIbif of th Steel holders of the Pioche BUver Mining Company, for the election of Director, and tuch other b.nem u miy propwly come before the meet ing, will be held oo mumjax, nay aa, jv.a, ai 3 o'clock p. in., at the office of tbe com piny, Boom 98, Hayward's. Boil ding, 419 California street, Ban Franciaco, California. Transfer booka eloaed on Friday, April 90th, ai 3 o'clock p. iOm and remain eloaed until aftr the meet ing. By order of the Board of Director. ap20-tf CHAS. E. ELLIOT, Secretary. HINT SALOON, NEW TO-DAY J VST REFITTED AND BCT THE BEST Wines, OPENED. NONE Liquors and Cigars, -FOB BALE OAIJj AND sp20-tf SAMPLE. WaShinsrtoa cfe Creole Mlnlat; Com- psny. Location of work.,Pioche,Lincoln county, Bute of Nevada. Notice. Tbere an delinquent upon ine ioiiowing aescnDea siocx. oo account of assessment (No. HI levied on the 18th day of February, 1876, tbe several amounts wt ep. upaiie tne names oz uie respective snarehoiaers, aa iouowb: No. of No. of Karnes. Certificate. Shares. Ami. Ayers, uopeajo,Trutees.35v7 , ac - 25 Ayers, Cope k Co.Tnuteea.3598 26 25 Adler C, Trustee 3712 15 16 Ambrose M, Trustee... .... 8828 400 . 400 Brady Jno, Trustee 3707 15 16 Baldridge M, Trustee 3770 25 25 Baldrldge M, Trustee 3771 25 25 Charles HA, Trustee ..3425 200 200 Chattel H A, Trustee 3427 200 200 Charles H A, Trustee .3429 50 60 Charles H A, Trustee 3430 100 100 CharlwH A,Trmsee.,....,88l9 100 luo Colman Bros, Tnstees , 1108 30 no Cleary P, Trustee 1314 400 400 Cleary P, Trustee 3672 50 60 Cleary P. Trantee 3733 100 loo Cleary P, Trustee 3798 70 70 Cehlll s Co B, Trustees. ...33V9 . 60 to CahlllaCoE, Trustees. ...8IK0 60 50 Counen O A, Trustee 3525 350 860 Cleary ID, Trustee 1481 100 loo Cleary F D, Trustee 8480 10 10 Cleary FD, Trustee 8592 50 50 Oleary F D, Trustee 8778 110 110 Cleary F D. Trustee 8777 so BO Cleary F D, Trustee 3780 600 600 Oleary F D, Trustee 8781 60 50 Cleary FD, Trustee 3834 100 . loo Cleary F D, Trustee 3835 loo 100 Oleary FD, Trustee 8888 100 100 Cleary F D, Trustee 8837 100 100 Cleary F D, Trustee 8888 100 . 100 Oleary F D, Tn-.il tee 3845 200 200 Cook 0 C, Trustee 8891 ' 60 ' 60 Cook 0 C. Trustee 8709 60 50 Crocker J H, Trustee 8197 26 25 Crocker J H, Trustee .8198 : 25 25 Oroeker t H, Traetee,,,,,. .3710 .. t 6 Crocker J H, Trustee.... ...8755 100 100 Crocker t H, Trustee 8756 100 - 100 Crandsll W o, Trustee 8390 loo ' IflO Crandall W O, Trustee 1699 10 10 Crandsll W O, Trustee 1705 30 80 Crandall W O, Trustee 1881 10 10 Crandall W O, Trustee 2080 100 100 Crandall W O, Trustee 2083 60 60 Orandsll W Q, Trustee 2090 . 100 100 Crandall WO, Trustee,.... 8889 10 10 Crandall W O, Trustee 3535 loo 100 Crandall W O, Trustee 3541 60 . 60 Crandall W G, Trustee 3546 60 50 Crandall W , Trustee 3548 60 60 Crandall W O. Trustee umi mi inn Crandall W O, Trustee 3674 64 60 Crandall W 0, Trustee.... 3879 100 lid Crandall W G. Trustee.. ..SAfti as an Crandall O B, Trustee 3381 loo 100 Crandall O B, Trustee Msi 108 100 ; '-"no b, Trustee 3384 100 loo Or.r!!l!l OB, Trustee .8386 100 100 OrendaH O B, Trustee 3439 60 60 Crandall O 8, Trustee 3587 6 6 Crandall O B, Trustee 8644 60 60 521"!!! O B. Trustee. . . , jyi ljjo loo Crandall G B, Trustee 3847 100 100 Crandall O B, Trustee 3649 60 60 Crandall G B, Trustee 8851 70 70 Crandall O B, Trustee 85 loo loo Crandall OB, Trustee 8858 100 loo Oraadell G B, Trustee SS67 50 60 Crandall OB, Trustee 3060 100 loo Crandall GB. trustee SMI loo 100 Caaill John, Trustee 8778 200 200 Cahlll Joan, Trustee 38a 'tut luo Cahlll Patrick, Trustee ....3772 100 luo Dewey E E, Trustee 8769 ' 10 10 DreilerLPsOs.Trastess.17T2 10 in Dreiler LPACo, Trustee. 2062 90 20 Dargen More, Trustee 8047 100 100 Daman aforo, Trusts 843 50 so PMKsoMorti, Trustee,. .,..47S 10 60 Dargan Mora, Trustee.. PareanMoro, Trustee... De Lan Frank, Trustee. De drear H, Trustee.... r.iisteui E, Truptre.. Epstein E, Trustee. .3478 .34KI ....Sfi'.H) ....3758 ....823.1 ....SIM Edwards AD. Trustee. . .3S'- Forde T, Trustee.... 171 rtener E, Trustee Fisher E, Trustee 1833 Flf her K. Trustee 18:15 Fisher B, Trustee " Fisher E, Trustee WW Fisher E, Trustee 1979 Fisber K, Trustee 2078 Fisher E. Trustee 4 Fisher F., Trustee 5142 Fisher E, Trustee Fisher E. Trustee 1 Fisher E, Brustee ''"'"' Fisher E, Trustee 328 Fisher E, Trustee 3432 Fisher E, Trustee... Fisher B, Trustee 54S1 Fisher E, Trustee 34ra Fisher E. Trustee 4oi Fisher K. Trustee 846 Fisher E, Trustee 34H Fisher E, Trustee 3493 Fisher R. Trustee 3tS Fisher E, Trustee 3.-M) Fisber E. Trustee 8308 Fisber E, Trustee 3504 Fisher E. Trustee S608 Fisher E. Trustee 35 6 Ft-her E. Trustee 8527 Fisher E. Trustee 8631 Fisher B, Trustee 3632 Fisher E, Trustee 36KV Fisher E, Trustee SH.'SJ Fisber B, Trustee " Fisher E, Trustee 1 Fisber E, Trustee S8HT Fisher E, Trustee S7N) Fisher E, Trustee 37SI Fox C V, Trustee SS52 FoxO W, Trustee MM FairchlldS R, TniiUe 3729 Flagge C, Trustee 373 Greenueum L, Trustee 3989 Greenbaum L, Trustee 5391 Gordon CP. trustee ...2054 Gordi n C P. trustee, Bale W T, trustee.... Dale W E, trustee... Bale W E, trustee.... Bunt G II, trustee.... Hunt G H, trustee.... Bunt G H. trustee.,,. Hutchiueon John, irus.. .3741 ,S3e6 .3469 .3561 .3129 .3181 ...31H .390 Hutchinson John, irus 3W5 Hutchinson John. Irus 32i,'6' Hutchinson John, Inu &I74 Hutchinson John, trus 8375 Hutchinson John, trus 3378 Hers berg J. trustee 1919 Hall t Charles, trustees.... 34f9 Hswkins JasJ E. trustee... 3576 Hawkins Jsa J E. trustee... 3577 Hawkins Jaa J E, trustee ...378 Holmes A k Co, trustees... 3289 Bersel Joseph, trustee 3591 HlaitiDS k Concklrng, U-US..3640 Henry C A, trustee 3730 Harvey C 0. trustee 3828 Harvey C C truster SKI Harvey C C, trustee 3SS0 Harrey C C. trustee SK31 Harvey C C, trustee 3832 Hill k Kilgour, trustees. ...SMO Hill It Kilgour. trustees.... 3811 Bill a Kilgour. trustees.... 350 Hill A Kilgonr, trustees.... 3851 Kenny C A. trustee 3360 Kenny C A, trustee 34S9 Kenny C A. trustee 3591 Knapp V A 3750 Knapp W A 3751 Knapp W A 3752 Knapp W A 3753 Knapn W A 8759 Levy 8 W S37SI4 Lovejoy Wm 3817 Love Joy Wm 3818 Lovejoy Wm 8819 Lovejoy Wm SSiO Lovejoy Wm 1 Lovejoy Wm 5822 Lovejoy Wm 8828 Lovejoy Wm SS24 Lovejoy W m 8825 Lincoln J ar;4 McDonald M J 7 20 Mlttcbell J S 621 Mohrhardt P f 3646 Mobrharet P F 3704 Newman Chas 3405 Newman Chas 3406 Newman Chas 3407 Noble H H. Trustee 1640 Noble H H, Trustee . .1841 Noble H H, Trustee 141 Noble H H, Trustee S044 Noble H H, Trustee SK-S Noble H H, Trustee SOH Koble H H. Trustee 3104 Noble H H, Trustee 3118 Noble H H, Trustee 81.V7 Noble H H. Trustee 3153 Noble k Co H H. Trustees. .3274 Noble k Co H H, Trustees.. 3275 Noble JtCoHH, Trustees. .328, Noble k Oo H H. Trustees. .3V90 Noble k Co B H. Trustees. .8164 Noble k Oo H B, Trustees. .8165 Noble k Co H H, Trustees. .3168 Noble k Co H H, Trustees. .3324 Noble k Co H H, Trustees. .3.173 Noble Jr Co H H, Trustees . .3449 Noble It Co H B, Trustees . .3471 Noble k Co H H, Trustees. .3479 Nobles Co H H, Trustees.. 8510 Noble k Co H H. Trustees.. 3612 Noble k Co B H. Trustees. .3620 Noble k Oo H H, Trustees . .8621 Noble H H A Co, Trustees. 3628 Noble H H Co, Trustees. MM Noble H H k Co, Trustee.. 3626 Noble H H k Co, Trustees,. 3664 Noble B H k Co, trustee ... 3666 Noble H H k Co, trustees. .3667 Noble H H k Co, trustees. .8773 O NeU C, trustee 8623 Poulterer Verdeual, tma.1208 Patterson J, trustee 8766 Pa'terson J. trustee 3767 Qulnn Jss, trustee ,...3566 Qutun Jas, trustee 3693 Quinn Jas, trustee.. 3843 Qulnn Jas, trustee 3814 ButherfordAHstrustee... 3309 Rutherford A H, trustee. . . .3551 Rlrhsrdson EA, trustee. ...1350 Richasdson E A, trustee .... 1737 Richardson E A, trustee. .. .1764 Richardson E A, trustee... .1985 Richardson E A, trustee.... 9096 Richardstn E A, trustee... .3160 Richardson EA, trustee. ...8217 Richardson E A, trustee . . . .8226 Richardson E A, trustee. ...3329 Rlcnardaon E A, trustee.... 3367 Richardson A, trustee 3451 Richardson E A, trustee. ...3586 Richardson E A, trustee . . . .8701 Richardson E A, trustee. .. .3738 Richardson E A, trustee. . . .8789 Rlchsrdson E A, trusts, v. .8740 Richardson E A, trustee. ...8847 Richardson E A. trustee. . . .8848 Rich D, trustee ......8615 Rich D, trustee 3846 Robinson a w, trustee 3768 Rullivsn Chas, trustee 3865 Sullivan Ohas. trustee 8370 Sleeper Geo, trustee 1667 Smiley Thos J L, trustee. .8556 Smiley Thos J L, trustee.. 3T.69 Smiley Thos J L, trustee.. 8660 8mlley Thos J L, trustee. .3745 Bmlley Thos i L, trustee. .3764 Smiley Tbos J L, trustee.. 3785 Smiley Thos J L, trustee.. 37b0 Smiley Thos J L, trustee. .8787 Smiley Thos J L, trustee. .8788 Schmltt 0 A, trustee.,.. .3209 Hchmltt C A, trustee.... .. .8210 Bchnieidell, Hochstadter a Co, trustees 2M2 Schmieden, Hochstadter k Co, Trustees ..8067 Schmieden. Uoshstadter a Co, Trustees. . 3058 25 , 25 Schmieden, Hochstadter It Co, Trustees 3060 20 . jo) Schmieden , Hochstadter a Co, Trustee 8062 100 100 Schmieden, Haobstadter a Co, Trustees . 8167 60 60 Scbmiedai, Hochstadter , Co, Trustees -....07. 25 25 Schmieden, Hochstadter a - Co, Trustees 9473 40 40 Schmeidell, Hochstadter It '.. Oo, Trustees .....8642 . 75 76 Soven G 8, trustee 8705 60 60 Simon L, trustee 3799 300 M0 Simon L, trustee .3827 400 400 Vlmont J N, trustee 1993 60 66 Wood Henry P, trustee 8656 25 26 Wood Henry P, trustee 3556 25 26 Wood Henry P, trustee S65T 60 60 Wood Henry P, trustee S6R7 25 25 Wilson Wm, trustee 3779 250 250 Wutrich John, trustee. -...3793 69 . 60 Wutrlch John, trustee 8794 to - 60 Zinas LA, trustee 80i 2i 25 And In secordsnce with Isw Bad au order of tbe Bosrd of Directors, msde on the 18th day of February, 1876, so many share of each parcel of such stock as nsy be necessary, will he sold st public suction, at the auction house of Messrs. B. D. W. Dsvis k Co., 219 Ssnsome street, San Francisco. California, .on Moadav. the Twelfth day of April. 1876, at the hour of 8:89 o'clock p. m. of said day. to pay said de llnatient assessment thereon, together with costs of Sverllsin'farjd expenses of the ssle. rttAria u. unbent, rjecreiary. f orals street, Kan Francisco California. Postpoaement. The shove sale Is hereby Dostsoned until Hondav. Anrll IfMh. 1820. at the ssme hour snd place. eitAJSfi v, olsah , secretary. Offine to WeerMerehanta ExehsnaM. rlslt. fornls street, Ssn Frsncisco, Callfbmls. apia-to. Postponement, The above sale Is hereby postponed until Tuesday, AprU HTUi, 18T5, st ths same hour and place. roan . ui4nx, Becreisrv.' Office 19. New Merchants' Cxchsnsn. (lilt. 'oral street, San Francisco, California, r ap'su-ta s ion 111 26 HO 100 . 00 100 60 1IU 60 tun 1IHI 190 10 : Iiki 100 - 511 60 60 80 110 w 200 10O HO 100 25 25 50 M 26 60 50 60 60 90 10 25 50 25 60 60 60 lis 10 10 6V0 64 50 ll 95 20 50 26 WO no 100 50 V 6U 50 50 30 no no 50 111) 50 10 25 60 20 150 60 60 60 M 50 20 10 20 20 40 no 20 50 60 20 10 60 6U 160 100 no iio 2i-0 200 2MI 200 ISO 50 6 20 75 26 no 100 100 100 60 60 lno 100 no 25 100 26 100 100 100 100 25 50 CO 100 100 100 50 20 20 100 100 100 50 60 60 60 60 60 60 100 100 26 60 40 60 60 60 60 120 20 60 60 10 60 25 59 200 25 100 50 60 60 7S 25 - 24 50 50 60 25 60 200 50 IS 10 100 60 60 60 .60 50 60 25 26 26 25 100 ' 10 6 ll III '25 IIKI no 2111 no to no 11 na 100 no Ml 100 100 611 IIO MI 200 no no 100 25 95 60 CO 25 60 60 60 60 20 10 25 60 96 60 60 50 100 10 10 600 60 60 100 25 '20 60 23 100 100 100 60 90 50 50 50 30 100 100 60 100 60 10 26 50 20 150 60 60 60 60 M 20 10 20 30 40 100 20 60 50 SO 10 60 60 100 100 100 100 211) 200 200 900 in) so 6 20 76 25 100 100 no 100 60 60 100 ICO 100 24 MX) 25 no 100 100 100 25 60 60 no 100 100 60 20 20 100 100 100 60 60 50 60 60 60 60 no 100 26 60 40 60 60 50 60 120 20 60 50 10 50 26 60 200 22 100 60 60 60 75 25 ' 25 60 50 60 26 60 200 60 16 10 100 60 60 50 i 50 50 60 25 26 26 25 GEOOEMES, FBOVIBIOSS. PH. FELSENTHAL MAIN STREET LARGK STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF 'It- I is JUST ARRIVED t DTTFFIELD FULL ASSORTMENT GROCERIES. WHOLESALE RETAIL. A CAR LOAD COAL OIL, JUST RECEIVED, ! And for Sale Low DUPONT'S ' IRON REG i: BLASTING POWDER. 8AK JOSS HOTEL. SAN JOSE HOTEL, MAIN STREET, MOCHE, NEVADA. HAS MOST COMFORTABLE ROOMS, - ....AND W.... FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS. TTIll1 liATHQ UK riPI.IKi WITH HOT AMI 1 0. u 11 111. 1A1J1& WAIKIt, AND KVKItVllll.Nu l)tj.IC 1 0 M A KK Guests Comfortable and at Rome. WM. STANSFIELl) - - PROPRIETOR. aDK.ir FREIGHTER. llt OU WH1TK. II. MoCOUKlNDALK. HUGH WHITE Jc CO. Or'r'K K-Orrr Wells. Farsa tc Co., Halt Lake t It)-. III1AX4 B and aVarrhoaea at Kan. taquln and Trrmlsoi of ('. M. It. It. FORWARDING ....AND.... COMMISSION MERCHANTS. MERCHANDISE, MACHINERY, KTC, FOR- anted to all points in Tintlr and Mouth trn ftsh. Also to Ploclio and othir Point lu Smithrast. em N.rada. PIOCHE FREIGHTS A SPECIALTY. BUYERS, HAMPLERS AND Ml IP. PERU OK ORB AND BI'I.LION. I Lock Box 6.12, 1 (SALT LAKH CITT.) Bole Agents in Ctah for Kansas MinufsctnrlnK Co's Ol. rated Wsgons, Buggies, Carrisiies, An. Warranted. mrl7.1)-r IT. ' FORWARD. NC ....mm.... WHOLESALE DEALER Flour, GraiD,& General Merchandise, TOANO (C.P.B.B.) NEVADA W1U BsociTs snd Forward rrelght to piooue ..,.un... All Fads of Eastern Nevada ,,UD,, Idaho Territory, TITH DISPATCH AND AT LOWEST Going Bate. Hark Goods 't are P. P, Han. Too. no, Nevada. PH. FELSENTHAL, Agent at Pioche. mrl5.tr EUREKA AND PALISADE NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. GREAT REDUCTION -ik-RATES OF FREIGHT ! HROR'IKNT AND tUUCKICsJT ROL'TR TO PIOCHK, VIA Kl'RKKA AND PALIHADR R. R, AND PAST PRKIGRT TKAHN. MISCELLANEOUS. 0 N AND AFTER THE 15TII INST.. astcb 01 rreigni i. oru rausaae to riocna, FXHBT WILL BR 8 CKNTM PICR POUND, All Consignments of floods Forwsrdeil with Promptness and Dispatch. Na Forwarding wr vuiaiuusivn vnarirASa Mark Oop.1 Car. "K. A P. It. R." slS-tf P. B. FISK, Agont. I, D. Iforr, in., Sacramento, O. B. Fish, riocn, CLOfHUTC, HATS. tfeo. -OF ALL Varieties, . , , Styles and Binds AT THE LOWKfiT IIATEP. Call and See my Stock MOTT, FI8H & CO., Meadow Valley at. PIOCHE - NEVADA, IMPORTERS And Dealers in - HARDWARE, MILL AJTD MUriNO SUPPLIES, Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel, -A.ri.cI Tin. -are. . s4t , . NOTICE. U. 8. INTERNAL REVENUE Special Taxes, MAY t, 1NTS, TO APRIL HO, 1X111. 'ftHE REVISED STATUTES OP TUB UNITED I State., 8ii Ion. MSI, .TOO, WHS, and S'iau, require enrerjr person ruitairl In any business, avoratkin, or employment whloli randan lilm liable to a SPECIAL TAX, to prornra aarl plar ron.plenoa.ly In his aatabllah lent or place or business STAMP de. notiiiK tbe payment of said SPECIAL TAX fur ths Special-Tax Year b. sinning May 1, 1.76. be. fore comnienrinK or continuing business sfter April au, 1S75. TIis tares embraced within tlie provisions nf the law abov. iiiioted are the following, rls: Rectifiers 1300.00 Dealers, retail liquor 35.00 Dealers, wholesale liquor 100.011 Dealers In malt liquors, wholesale 60.011 Dealers in ni.lt liquors, retail 30.00 Dealers In leaf tobacco 35.CO Retail dealers In leaf tobacco 500.00 And on saleaofovei $1,000, uftr cent. for every dollar In eicess of f 1,000. Dealers in manufactured tobacco S.Ofl alauufacturera of .till. 50.00 And for each still nisnufactured 30.00 And for esch worm manufactured 30.00 Mauufacturcra of tobacco 10.011 Manufacturer, of cigars lo!oo Peddlers of tobacco, first class (more than two horses or other animals).... C0.C0 Peddlers of tobacco, second class (two horse, or other animals) 25.00 Peddlers of tobacco, third class (one horse or other animal) 15.00 Peddlers of tobscco, fourth clsss (on foot or public conveyance) lo.OO Brewer, of les. than 6U barrel. 50.00 Brewers of 600 barrels or more 100. 00 Any person so liable, who sb.ll fall to comply with ths foregoing requirement, will be sub. Jected to severe pensltles. Persons or arms lisble to pay any of the Special Tsies nsnied shove must apply to 1. . HALLOCK, Deputy Collector of Internal Rev. emra at Pioche Nevada, and pay for and pro. mre the Special-Tax Stamp or Stamps tbey need, prior to Msy 1, 1B75, snd WITHOUT FOR TH Ell NOTICE. J. W DOVOI.Ar.fi, Com. of Internal Kertsae. Office of Internal Revenue, Washington, D. C, February 1. 1876. JACOBS 1 k SULTAN, Pioche & Bulllonville, wholesale; , RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Granger Chop-House, .. aid FMtolile BaUdlng, - Laeoa NEWTON RICHARD fS, ' Proprietor THIS ' POMT1AB nuunsfi ' n7 fT""1,. the PuoU sid wlU be kept - uufi.uuuea. Meals at all Roar of the Day or Night. . Meals cooked to order Oysters In every style. PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street, ....Pioche, Schustrich St KleineProp'rs, TB FCRrJIRHWa A SCWailOR ARTIOXF. I or T.Aftun iivift, ... , , . the lowest rales. Adjoining camps supplied on short notice. Wm.II Particular Attention pspTjqMr5PL-v ORDERS. noltf W.R. WILSOIff. SOI.B AGENT FOB DAILY ENTERPRISE, EUREKA SENTINEL and gALT LAKE TRIBUNE. ....MAUCll IS..., ' XX?x-toc4 Axxcl X3o moatlo Olstixsi, mOBACICO, STATIONERY, RKAD1NO MAT X - ter snd Mew lork lapsrs.i 1 ,, (. Orders for Books snd Music sttehdrd t' villi care. In Vnlks & MeAlpln'a gataon. ap8,ff J, ; EISPMAl i CO., MAIN. PiomH...,. ...STIIKtT, .IA...KVADA, IMPORTERS HABJDWA H. 33 STOVES, cnoCKERT, OLANK WARE, and HOUSB WRN- IfsBINO GOODS. inof'SSeeMronWare. Plnmbnrs, 'r.''- . ... -- lunsHW'sw WE ARJt NOW PRSPAKf lJ TO uira tnr ai Fins. Blowers. Furnace Pipe, Lift Pumps, Ac, of sny required siso and weight. , , ' ' Also Aaent for the Celebrated Buck' Pstent Oook Stoves. sp-tf