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j .TPBD -..SOVEMBEK 39, 1879
.OCAL INTELLIGENCE. MAKSA.-Mnna 4 ft Bscretioa fmm nuny trees and U nl laxativ. It was also known an a substance fatnUlied , a food for the Israelites in their forty years wandering, bat the kind sold in drnc stores is the first kind mentioned bore. Wednesday Dr. Alexander r ceived a lot of this article and bad it apread out on the counter, putting it op and packing it away, when in cauio one ot bis neifihbors, who on seeing the arti cle picked tip a Vieca n(1 commenced eating it Liking the taste, he asked the doctor what it was, meanwhile keeping on eating it. The dootor smiled one of those benevolent smiles of bis and re plied that it was maoua, with whloh the Jew were fed during their wanderings in olden times, as mentioned in the bible. The neighbor kept on eating, and the doctor smiling, never saying another word outil the aeigubor had eaten about a bandfal ol tbe manna, when the dootor blandly told bim of its effects. Daring tbe oold hours of Wednesday night the neighbor realised to its full extent what kind of stuff that swsetish seoretion was. Dat Official Letiub. Tbe following i j the official letter of A. S. Gould, Super intendent of the Day mine, dated No vember 28ih: "We are driving steadily down the iuoline winze, and are now at a depth ot about twenty feet. We have probably ten or twelve feet more to ro before reaching the cave ore. Average assays of this ore made yesterday by Mr. C H. Honkins. from samples taken by Mr. John Cahill. wbo has been familiar with th Day ere from the brginning, went $197 91. We eontinne to eztrAOt ore from the slopes of the north drift, nnd are mskine dully shipments to tbe furnace. Tbe southwest drift, which we are running by contract, is in good ledge t matter, wild some good ore. In this working uineteen feet were mad in tbe last week. We find in the lime of tbe iuoline some very ricb kidneys and small bnnobes, assaying from $391.13 up to $991 22. F.verythiog at the mine in good working order. Op Intkbkst to All. Messrs. Hag. gerty & Barton, announce in this morn ing's Bccobd that they have jnst re ceived a large assortment of fresh gro ceries and canned vegetaoies ana trait. They have also laid in a large supply of bay, grain and Hour, ana ait persona a siring anything in this line will do well to give them a oail. Utah produce is a specialty with this Grm and they always keep a largo supply for the wanti of the poblio and a delivery wagon for the ao comoiodation of the purchasers. They have a largi amount of pine and eedur wood, and all persons desiring wood-will be supplied on short notion by leaving orders at their store, lower Main street A free oorral, for the accommodation of freighters and ranchers oomiug to Pioche, is counected with this establishment Maiflowkb Mine. Frank Wheeler, Superintendent. In the drift on the 244 foot level struck into tbe top of a large cave, the opening being about two feet above the bottom of the drift, Have ex plored tbe cave for thirty feet in i southwesterly direotion, at that point the opening eontraoting to fifteen inches in hight, stopping any further advance. By plaoing a lighted candle, as far as one could racb, no end to the cave oonld be perceived. It is considered by all wbo bava examined this new development to be a handsome showing. The mine is opened to inspection to any one. upficial IjKtteb. The annexed it the official letter of H. Mill, Superin tendent of the Raymond & Ely mine, dated November 28th: The general out' look of tbe mine for tbe past week has been about the same. We are opening out on the "black ledge" and have plenty of black ore on hand. At the mill everything is progressing nicely in get' ting ready for the roaster, which should have been here yesterday. After it gets on the ground at tbe mill, we expect to have it running to its (nil oapacity, about inristcoas. Holiday Goods. A large quantity of holiday goods are en route here from the terminus of the railroad for our mer chants. Myers & Bro. will have an extra assortment of fancy goods, shawls, laces, etc. iMsenmann 4s (Jo. will reoeive large amount of cutlery, glass and lis ware. Goodman & Go. a fine collection of toys, holiday books, niok-naoUs and pa riodioals. The various grooery stores will have everything in their line suita ble for minco pies, puddings, etc. Wb spent most of Thanksgiving Dty in praying for and returning thanks to that pions old gentleman of tbe Panaca saloon, woo on tnat nay armed ns witb a large amount of material witb which to celebrate, and during the night we dreamt tbat we saw three-legged raoe horses flying around, "no time here,' pay as jou go, etc Fbesh Oybtebb. Diok BJepe of Bank Exchange Bestaurant, has received supply ot fresh oysters, which he sells at $1 75 per.ean. Tbe Pioneer Bestaurant at Bristol has also received a large supply of theft bivalves, which are likewise sold for 1 6 per can. no'lvll Lost Check W. B. Wilson gives no. tioe tbat he has lost a chtok, dr wa by J, B. Duff sod in favor of M. Bartel, for tbe sum of $20. As payment has been stopped on said check all persona are warned not to negotiate the same. Bead the notioe. Notice to Liknholders. Peter Hat son gives notice tbat bo has commenced ao action to enforce a lien against tbe Condor quarts mill, situated in Condor Canyon. The lien is for $982.39. A uow occurred in a store at tbe lower end of Main street the other evening in which a large, dark complected man bit a small man a severe blow in the mouth with the back of bis band. The little man immediately rushed out of the store, pro ceeded to bis abode, armed fci ielf with double-barreled shotgun and returned to tbe store, but tbe large man having buaineas elaowbere had disappeared. He bad waited but a moment wben the door was opened and in walked two dark com pleoted gentlemen. Up went the' little man'e gun to his shoulder, but tbe light being dim, and not being able to distin yoisn tbe men, he drew bead on them both witb each of bis gun-barrel and was to pull the triggers, when a man present jerked up the gun, or there would have been two innocent men killed and Lin coln county minus two colored citizens. Ibe negroes, so unexpectedly seeing a gun pointed at tbeiu by an enraged man. Decaine so fngntened that tbey could not rpeaK auu tell tne man not to shoot. Persons present Bay the little man ought to have hud two back-banders inrtead of OIIH. School Fond. Tbe sum of $2,472.94 having fallen to tbe school fund in tbe late payment of taxes far the present year, the County School Superintendent apportioned it to tbe different djatnot school funds as follows: Pioche District $1,080 12 Bulllonvills loo i Panaca 8) 03 CloverValley 175 la Virgin 137 69 Eagle Valley ma 68 Hone Valley HI 48 Fanrau&Kst 1117 71 Spring Valley 130 19 Bunkeirille.. . 167 66 Total $2,472 84 Pkrsonal. Quite a number ot th residents of Pioche and Bristol, who have been temporarily absent east and west, returned here Tuesday night. Mr. Prai rie returned from Canada, bringing back witn nun a wife, a very bigbly educated na Handsome young lady. We wish the newly married couple ever-laBtins happiness. Miss Mary Piereon, daughter of Mrs. James Pierson, returned from reboot, which she bad been attending near Chioago. J. N. Curtis and Jobo Cahill both returned from San Francisco And last, but not least, our young friend U. U Dougherty, wbo has been on a legal trip to Carson and a pleasure trip to San cranoisco. He returns covered with legal lore, and as a matter ot course was welcomed home by all the ladieg of our camp with opened arms. They all appear healthy and look as if their trips bad done tnein good. Masonic Election. The annual elec tion for offloers of St. John Lodge No. 18, F. & A. M., to serve for tbe ensuing Ma senio tern, took plaoe at their hall on Saturday evening last, and B H. Elam was eleoted YT. M ; D. Cobn, S. W.; W. P. Gooamao. J. W.: D. O. Clark, Tress. urer; Geo. T. Gorman, Secretary. The installation of the above offioers, and those wbo are appointed by the W. M will take plaoe at the regular meeting St John's night, December 27th, at which time a number of lady friends of tbe members of tbe Order will be invited to witness the ceremony Pkkpino Tom. A number ef ladies of Pioche, who at the present time have their legal protectors absent, or wbo are without legal protectors, have been an noyed considerably ot late by an indi vidua! prowling around their bouses at all hours of the evening, eapeoially if the ladies happen to ba entertaining com pany. What the individual's objeot is be alone knows, but it has become such serious isanoe tbat Beveral gentlemen have taken the matter in band and a dose of salt will be the result one of these fine evenings. Cocmty Bokip. After the reoeipt of taxes and the various apportionments made of the money paid into tbe treas ury, it was found tbat aooui ?a,uuu was in tbe general county tuna witn wnion 10 redeem oauntv sorin. inn paid up an the outstanding scrip (or the year loib and a portion of the scrip issued in Jan nary, 1877. Ekdimptios Fund, The bids for the $1,000 in the redemption fund wera opened last Saturday by the Board of Commissioners and the money awarded aa follows: A. S. Thompson $019, Ueo T. Gorman $380.82; total, $999.82, they giving the amount of scrip for redemp tion at a lower prioe than any other bid ders. Delinquent Tax List. County Audi tor Henderson gives notioe to-day that the delinquent tax liBt for 1879 has been Dlaoed in tne bands of tne uistnoi ai tornev of Linoola oountv, and nnless said taxes are said within twenty day from this date suit will do commenced for collection of said taxes and costs. Geeat Unknown Mine. -Work on this mine is progressing nicely and tbe ledgi continues to look as promising as ever Tbe mine has reached a depth of about 350 feet and tbe men are again takiDg out ore. The men engaged in working this mine are making good wages Bedbmption Fund. The County Treasnrer advertises tbat there is now $2,000 in tbe redemption fund and tbat sealed proposals to surrender certificates of indebtedness win oe received oy mm np to December 13tb, Stolen Cattle. Parties living at Parowan, who recently bad some cattle stolen from their rang,, say tbat they trailed tbe animals into Lincoln oounty, but failed to disoover them Bullion Tax. The bullion tax for the anarter ending September 30tb, 1879, now navable immediately. See Assessors advertisement and read tbe law Pete Williams informed ns tbat he would shortly depart for Canada, and tbat be has matrimonial intentions. A Collectiok. A collection was taken up the other day at the Raymond & Ely mine for tbe benefit of Mrs. Williams, the widow of Thomas Williams, tha man no was recently killed bv fulhns down tbe winze. Two hundred and fifty dol lars wete collected. Mra. Williams lives Cornwall, England. A Mild Winter. A ranchtr in this sectiou says the indications denote that we will have a mild winter. He save a dry summer and soarcity of grass is near- aiways followed bv a mild winter. There is no mietnke abont the grass being short in this vicinity during the Dast summer. Thanks, We neglected to return thanks in our last week's isane tojllr. and Mrs. Thus. F. Short for a liberal do nation of wiue and cake, on the oeoas ion of there wedding, therefore we thank them now aud sincerely hope that tbey may revcr ue snort 01 tnis world goods. The Ball. A number of our citizens oined together and cave a ball at Brown's Hall Thanksgiving evening. whioh was one ot the best parties given oero tor a long time, Tbe hall was crowded and dancing was indnlged in until a late hoar Friday morning. No turkeya being in town on Thanks giving Day most ef our citizens were obliged to fall buck on the People's Market ana lay in a supply of beef, vaal or mutton. Adelman was equal to the oooaaion and supplied the demand with tne very finest kinds of meat. Thanksgiving. Panaoa Saloon, No. 1000 Main street, roturns thanks for past favors and solicits a ooutinuance of tbe same. Everything of the best in the Liqaor and Cigar line, only one price! one Dili: "f ay ma yon go. No Tcbkeib. Our provision mar obauts were disappointed in the receipt of turkeys this Thanksgiving, so tbat none graced any Piootie tabu s on the day of tbauks, except the tabid of the San jo House. Fine Ldnch. Friend Newman of the Panaca Saloon, No, 1000 Main street, spread a hoe Innch at that saloon on luaukBgiviug Day. All the dolioaoiesin the way of cold meats were spread on the Innch table. Wood. H iggarty & Barton have large amount of pine and eedar wood, All persons desiring wood will do well to oonault the above named gentlemen be fore purobasing elsewhere. Chbistt Bullion. Tbe Christy Mill t Mining Company shipped from Silver Keel on the 17th and 21st of November two bars ot bullion, valued at $1,311.65 Ownta to the evili which Thanksgiving Day always brings along with it, our cor respondent at Bristol was unable to furn ish us with any items from that eamp. We publish this morning tbe assess ment notice of the Hillside Company, whioh becomes delinquent iu office on December 24th. Pioche Bullion. $0,408.21 in bul lion was shipped during the past week by Wells, Fargo tc Co. Tbe schools were olosed Thursday, it being Thanksgiving Day. Three was quita a littlo enow-storm here Wednesday. There must be some grounds for superstitions regarding Hallow-Eve, after all. A girl living in Nevada City, has for three successive years past, on each Hollow-Eve, filled her mouth with salt as tbe tradition instructs, and returned to a dark room by herself. On every ocoasion.she heard or at least imagined she did a voioe from some unknown source call out a man's name. Among all her male acquaiutafloes, she had none bearing the cognomen, and there fore put out from her heart all thought that her oomiog husband's identity was being pointed by tbe "spirits." Tbe other day she went with a man and bis wife to oall on a friend of the latter a young Bingle man, wbo owns a farm not far from this city whom she had never met. As they were introduced imagine her bewilderment at hearing him called by the name she had beard for three Hollow-Evea. Tbey beoame well ac quainted in a few hours. He called on her twice last week, and the second time tbey parted as betrothed. Their mar riage will take plaoe in this oity within a few days, the happy day being just two weeks from ths time they were engaged. Nevada Transcript. Nels, Hammond had a pattern for a horse snow shoe which he expeots to find useful on bis stage lines this Winter. A heavy iron shoe with huge corks of larger dimensions than any ever worn outside of the Houghyabym nation, is fastened to a pine board 12 inches square. The board is covered with iron and pieroed for tbe corks on the horse's foot. The shoe is fastened on by an iron clamp tiubtened by a sorew. The devioe is the invention of flu. (Jlemens, of Laporte, Plumas county, Cal. He was never successful, however, in getting it patented It is growing in value to mountain districts and is very much used. Reno Gazette. 8. F. Chronicle: William H. Vander bilt baB sold $20,000,000 of New York Central Bail'oad stock to a syndioate oomposel ot Bnssel Sage, J. Gould and otbers. It is intimated mat v under bill's object is to employ tbe prooeeds in tbe construction of the long-talked-of through Hue between New York and San Franoisco. The tranefer is beyond doubt the largest stock transaction en record. Young men may be made of brass, but the Cincinnati Cmnmeroinl says yuuag ladies are made of Belle metal. Tbe Queen jamborees. ol Madagascar goss on A BULL'S FI9HT WITH DEVIL. FISH. Tukio (Japan) Times.) Tbe story given below was couuicni. i cated by a correspondent: " Tba author of 'Sohnyakidan,' who lived some sixty years ego, was ocoe travtling in aluttu, one ot tbe northern provinces. Walking one day near the sea beach he heard tbe bellowing of a bull, and went in tbe direction of the noise. He was then witness of an extraordinary combat be tween some entile fish and a bull. An enormous peolpe, with bright purple ejes and tentaoles six feet long, bad at tacked tbe quadruped. Throwing its arms around the body the monster tried to make for the water with his captive. Meanwhile other ootopi, in large num bers and of great size, swarmed oa to the shore, which seemed to be alive witb tbeir big, round beada. Seme of them assisting their comrades, soon like bim attacked the bull, dragging it down to tbe sea. ' Tbeir quarry, however, made a brave resistance, aud succeeded iu goring its first foe in the head and belly, shaking itself free from its embrace. Be fore it eonld esoape, however, it was firmly held by a still larger monster, while others took solioitous ear of the wounded one. Tbe nnfertunate beast's bellowing attracted a orowd of fishermen to tbe spot. One of these stronger aud braver than his fellows, his limbs swathed in straw bandages, and a sharp knife in his band, boldly rushed to tbo resoue of of the bull and out through the tentaoles which enolosed it. Other ponlpes at tacked the fisher, to whose aid his fellows hastened, and a fierce figbt ensued be tween men and monsters, in which the former were victorious, many of tbe squids being killed, while the rest escaped into tbe water. Two of tha ten tacles wound round tbe bull were so heavy tbat one man alone could not oarry them. One was twelve and the other six feet long, the larger ef the two was subeequenlly boiled in seotione at different times ia a big kettle. Some yeara previous to this battle, cattle bad disappeared in a mysterious way from the same shore. The fight between tbe cepbalepoda and the bull enlightened the proprietors as to the cause of their loss." There bus been a great deal of talk in aristocratio circles at Paris about the elepement of M'lle D'Imeoourt with tbe sou of Mnsurus Pusba, Turkish Em dassudor iu London. The young lady in question, wbo is only sixteen, went out to cburah in tbe morning and did not return. Things have gone se far that pressure have been brought to bear on M. Waddington to urge him to ask for ths removal of Musnrus Pasba, and also for tbe extradition of the abdaotor, for punishment aooording to French law. Tbe air is certainly full of elopements and scandals. A daughter of General Sickles has run away, aud there has been rouob gosnip about a coming separation between the Due and Duchease de Chanlnes, that lady having, it is reported compromised beraelf by acsepting the attentions of no less a personage than Uon Carlos. S.F. Call: Tbe telegrams published by tbe Call yesterday from nearly every part of the State show that we have had sufficient rains for farmers to commence operations. What a oontrast the news from tbe different oouaties of California presents wben compared with that from tbe Atlantio Uoast. Here farmers are commencing to plough, and everywhere tbe fields are becoming green with vege. tation, while in the East considerable snow has fallen. We are jnst commeno inr to have weather similar to New Eng. land Spring time, but East the Winter.is setting iu. Surely we do not yet ap preciate tbe great advantages which California offers. Tbe Los Angeles Express makes a note Of the fact tbat the son of General btone man is about to go to San Francisco to enter upon an apprenticeship of four years at ths machinist's trade. The Ex press says: "If more of the sons worthy men on the Pacifio Coast would follow in the footsteps of young Stone man, turning their backs upon the ooun ttr and offioe, or what is worse, luxurious and vicious idleness, there would be some hope for them." We witnessed a most remarkable eight while on our way from Fredericksburg Thursday morning. About two mile from Kerryville several hundred large hawks were congregated on the moan' tains, half a mile to the right of the road and slowly rising in flocks of about fifty oiroled lazily across the valley to tbe bills on the other side, where they seemed to alight. There must have been four or five hundred. Kerr (Tex, Frontiersman, Silver Beef Miner: Over $14,000 worth of bullion was turned out at tbe Stormont mill in tbe last six days. This is at tbe rate of $70,000 a month. It is said tbat General Eli Warren of Perry, G has been engaged on one side or the other in every murder oase that bas been tried in tbat oeunty during the last b0 years. FRIDAY'S) QUOTATIONS. Bt W. U. Tiliokapb Co. 400 Ophir S0! 26H SOS Mexican SiH 24 it 24'4 SOU Gould Curry 8)4 H lis Beet k Belcher 16; 190 California -4 '4 4.70 630 Savage 10 it 10 4S0 Con Virginia h'4 SH 6-6 Cuollar 754 7H 8 ug rotosi -4)4 4 00 114U Hale & Norcroae 14 J4 HHa 20 drown Poiut 2.ro 215 Yellow Jacket 13U 111 lillt 40 Kentuclr.-3!4 U! 81) Alpha 10 400 Belcher -2.8S 2.06 10 Confidence i) H C20 Kierra Nerada-39.H 39 M 39 115 Utah 165 10 160 bullion 6 H 6 145 Exchequer 3 90 4 146 Overman 7 65t S'.iO Juatice-2.15 2.30 2.36 1215 DuionC3 62H 62H 62 125 Alta 3! 40 Raymond A Ely 1 1SC0 Day 1 1.10 60 Hlllaida 1 HOTELS k BESTATJRA5TB. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE WILL BE OPEXED APRIL lit, 1I7T, 19 A I f FIRST-CLASS HOTEL all Mepectt. Tha Table will be be manllad with ik. but the market affords and no efforts will be pared to make everything comfortable for paranaaeat and transient boarders. The hease is thor oughly renovated and well iaralahed throagh ont and la tha oaly konee ia Pioche supplied rtATzra. Prices Suit Ute Tinea. MRS JAB. PEARSON, Propria treat. mrSl-tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT ahs 23 dtk. 3EL MIUDOW VALLEY BTBXET: 39 Oppoitte Dexter Stable. Glbfrled 4c Brlsaeher, Proprietor Fresh Oysters In every style. Open day and alrht tor tha aaaammadatloBa na nn duo. nJl-tr J. N. CURTIS, SUCCESSOR TO W. F. MILLS & CO., Uoo-lor ill IMML MERCHfflSt MINING SUPPLIES, Groceries, Clothing, Etc., At Reasonable Prices, MAIN STREET, BRISTOL, Lincoln ceamty, Nevada. jy6-tf John. Quinn's OORT,' MAIN ST., BRISTOL NEVADA. THE FINEST Wines, Brandies, Whiskies. and Gin. A flue snpnlv of ths best Imported Clean I aver iota over a oar. Give o2C-tf Oa.11. JOHN QTJINN. S. D. Smith. 1. N. Gubtis. CURTIS & SMITH, FREE CORRAL, ower Main Steet, Plocbe, anil Lower Main St., Royal City, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in HAY, GRAIN and UTAH FLOUR. Bole Agents in Pioche for Fish Brother Wagons aud McCoill ml Mowing: Machines Wagon Timber 6i Wagon Extras, die A. COHN & BRO. Wholesale and Eetail Dealers -ra- IMP0BTED AND DOMESTIC Cigars and Totaaoo oa MEEES0HAUM and OTHER PIPES' Perinmery, Combs nnd Brashes", Etc., Etc Main street, opposite Meadow Valley mls-tf J. C. LYNCH, LIQUOR DEALER, Oor. Main and Laooor streets, FIOOECE, JJXJ V. ALSO AGENT FOR THE CONSOLIDATED TO. baoco Company of California. CIGARS AND TOBACC, Wholesale and Detail. mjSl-tf JOB WORK dan witn KaatBUMS MI80ILLAHT0Ug. G. H. FISH, (aoocaaaor to Mors, Flak Ce.ji Meadow Valley St., PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA. -DIALER Iff HARDWARE, MILL AUD MTiriJG 8UPPLII8, . Iron and Steel. Doora and Windows, STOVE! JS.i -A.:nci Tinware. I Eoase-FarnisiiiDfi: Asricultural Implements, ete. ALL OF WHICH WILL II IOLD AT Prices to oomspoad with taa praaaat f raatlv radaoad eoit la Xaatara markata, froam wheaca I am bow Moeirinf addWeaa Se bv Stock, purchased at tha Lewast Gaaa Fiieaa. AGENT FOR THE California Powder Works Keeps on band tad sells at Lowaat Rata Herculea Powder Na. 1, XX. Use Htronfeat fcxpleatv Kaewa, Blasting Powder, la Iroa Kegs, Safety Fuse, Hercalos Caps, Kte., atta. A Liberal Discount to Sealerei, jel-tf O. H. FISH. GUS. ADELMAN, ' fr. i a WHOLBALI AND "TAIL C-vf 3UTOHHR. DEPOTS FOR MEATS. PEOPLE'S MARKET, MEADOW VALLEY T.. PIOCHM. MAIN STBEBT, ROYAL CITY, MAIN STREET, BRISTOL MI NIMH DISTRICT. AT XAOH OF TBI ABOTX PLAOII WILL always ba foaad ths bast aaaortaaeatef BEEF. PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL. Particular attaatioa said is Faaallv Ti.ii I All orders for Meats, sto., attended to proaaatlr and with dlspatcb. jaa-tr HJg ADILMAV. State University, PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, . Elko, Nevada. THZ FIRST TERM CF THE SIXTH Y1A1 of the Unlveraitjr will eontmenoe oa Monday, September 1, 1819. The coutm of studies is sack, as will a resale pupils for a First Grade Teacher's Certificate, TOGETHER WITH BOOKKEEPING, LATIN and HUSIC. The school-rooms are supDlied vitk afeas. Charts, Globes, and Inetraments for demonstrat ing the principles of fclloaopby and Chemistry. No Charge for Tuition. - Instructions on the Piano Forte extra. Board, and Room in the Dormitory, I $30 PER MONTH, PAYABLE POSITIVELY IK ADVAXCE. For further particulars address W. C. DOVEY, FBDfOIFAL. Angnst 10, 1879. Dissolution Notice. THE CO-PABTNEBBHIP HEBETOFOBI Ex isting between Jas. F. Byan and Henry Harris, under the firm name of James F. Bran Oo ia this day dissolved by mutual consent. James F. Byan is authorised to settle all of the liabilities of the firm. Pioche, Nevada, November 14. 187. J. F. BTAH. nolC-Md H. HABBIB, NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FBOhT and after this date I have ceased to have any interest in the Alps Leaching Works, Ho. 1 Lnachlng Works, and No. 3 Leaching Works, nor vf ill I be responsible for any debts eontrmcted for or on account of any of the above named Leaching Works. . Pioche, November 11, 189. nol6.Mil 1. F. BTAX.