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THE EVENING . NEWS
1? i?uolUh?Mt every Evening. t Sunday* *>xeepteti,)
? BT ?
LYNCH & MUNDALL.
rWIIJP LTMH. J. H. M IN PALL.
Office ? South Miiia Street. GoM HiH, in the
b>iilrfiti? lately occupied hv \V??IU, Fargo Co. *
Kxpr**?*.
TERMS:
One War. by Mail or Expre** $16 00 i
Six Month* . . 10 00 1
Thr*r Months 6 00 I
THE DAILY NEWS
? deliviTrtl i?s Uold Hill. Virginia aud Silver Citv, ?
?t Kirrv Cent* per Week.
AGENTS:
I.. I*. FISHER .. .San Fraaeiaco j
MR. LARABEE. Now* Agi-ut San Fram*i*co j
CHAS. ILGOODKRll Ht$lNE&* ACT. ;
ASSESSMENT SALES.
l)nnlnnrllo<?. ami -H. U. Company. |
Notice i? hereby given. that in aminlaucv with I
the laws of N?\ tuia Territory and the by-laws uf i
the company, there will he m>1<1 at public auction, :
in firont rf the Post-?rtice. iu Gold Hill. an Till US
DAY. April 2l?t. 1>*>4 at 2 o'clock P. N.. a? many
?hure? of the capital *:?>ek. stsuiilini; in the name*
of the following p.rviiy as will pay ull assess
ments due thereon. Together with co?'tit of adver- .
titfinj? .mil -ale .
X ants. Cert. $h$.
J?h? Mueller 9.1-15 22$
I I. Flick I25.2-I5.206 22j
Walter Kiuney '>1.^
Phillip Nitchart 'iflU.CtU 15
Henry N Kincaid 56.57 a)
The* A Atkinson 51.72J-W 55
Pa: Oavlin |(^? 5
K M \Vil*ow *>15
A K I1 Stauwood . IS [i
1j Letterer 26.* 10
Isaac Brewer 53.54.55 ?."i
A H GrfcwoUt 24* 16
A II G riswold 231 15
A Gettiker iM 10
J"hn Alston .... 1 0S> ??
John Ahl. . . S8 10
Wmi'ook 115 12*
J<-hn Pfeitfer 142.256 20
H S N'ichoU . 273.274.2T5 276.27 7 25 . ? . .
P K t^nirk 1*6 10 30 ..
J a* Pre>ho 12S 10 'V ..
F.J Piuker Ik! 5 15..
Carton Shew man 160.245 10 30 .
F.van David 155 15 45 . . ,
Richard Ireland 156 5 15 . .
F T Mavnard 1*3 I 12 . .
II II Fla^'ir IT 3 10 30 ..
K U Gray \ Go Is ? 10 30 . .
W m Ordway .... I66.lt>?. 176,2 Ml ??' 96 ..
E A Warren I T'J 5 15 ..
Geo Warner iT5.'J4T 5 15..
li B Sydnor ITT 10 15 . .
N l> StaiTcnl ls?4 5 15 . .
Geo A Stoddard IV} 5 15..
Peter Lauhertihimcr lt*2 5 15..
C HOrdwav 201 5 15.. |
J B White. 2' 3 5 15..
0 P Wo?N|#on VI 6 2$ 7 50
Ja? McOinnw 223 ?T ..
W Filkin* 235 10 30..
S McKinly ?13 5 15 ..
I. K Smith . . 550 15
1! M i A&y Cl ? 5
W O Parsons 257 5
'.VRAM 25*2: l> CO
WO Finch. .v5 1. 252.253.254.255 5*
Wa La>* 2*3 6
Pituev Ta v lor 270 2*
1? E Bern * 2S0 10
Si- Rowe 2?3 il
H v order of the Board ?>f Trustees.
w2I *d C. B. GOODRICH. Sec'y.
^t*HT iirirn ?nnu ?im .-????* ?
Ui? Company. ? Notice i* hereby jriven, that iu ;ic*
cordance with the law* of Nevada Territory aad
the by-laws r?f the Sinter !!? len and Stiver
A/iniug Company. there will be sold at public r
attCTion. in front of th?? Ve*ev Honoe. Gold Hill,
ou THl'RrDAY. April 2l*t, at C o'clock r.
M.. ?omauv shares' of the capital stock, standins .
in the nam en of the following parties, n< will liqui
date 'he following: amounts due for assessment*,
together with accruing costs :
yamrs. Cert. $hs.
J Wallace HisRin* IK) 35
Robert Bartlctt $9,121 73
John Kneeland *2S 10
Horatio Hurd 29 10
Prall & Brown 31 10
Jeremiah Miller 122 50
Lewis Weiric* 9*2 100
Andrew Fugate. . . 1*2,13,113 )
114,115,116,117 ? 100 25 .
118,119,120)
J M Dudley 14 95 23 7
V Frank YaUe..95,96,97,9S 7) 8 7
HR Hawkins 101 50 12 51
T C Mojrer... 53,59,60, 61, 62 ? -q j- ^
63 \ '
A C Hollinshead... 64.65,66 ) *n , -
67.6S.69 S b0 10 '
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
H. M. BAKNES, Sec'v.
GoI.l Hill. March CI. Y-4. roliSl id
Enntrru Crown point ??o!d ?nd Stil
ler Miimit? Company ? Notice ?* hereby given,
that in accordance with the laws of Nevada IV r- ;
ritrry and the by-laws of the Eastern Crowa I
Point Gold and Silver Mining: Company, there ;
will be sold at ptthlic auction, on MOMDA J*. '
March Slut, 1864. between the hour* of one and
three o'clock p. m.. in front of the company's j
office. Virginia Water Works. D street. Virginia. |
Storey county. N. T.. so many shares of the caiii* ;
taj stock of said company, standing iu the names
of the following person*, a* will pay the amount
of assessments now due. together "with costs of j
?:>;? OM.I ru?v*.r*:?tinc- th*? tame are DreviwS- '
ly paid :
AW.?. Cert. Shs. An'- ;
N A Chandler 14 7 $ 7 .. j
N A Chandler .13 II XI - - I
John Skae 2H HW 100..
John Ska<:- 45 25 25 .. i
John Skae .46 25 26 .. i
John Skae 47 10 10 .. j
John Skae 4e 10 10..
J??hn Skae 49 10 10.. ;
John Skae 00 10 10 .. j
John Skae 31 10 10 .. j
MA Way man.. 32 100 100.. j
M A Wavman 33 100 1W>..
E Moore* 2t? ? 30..
M McCluskv 25 25 25 .. i
H Kirk 24 15 15..
Nelly Oneal 30 12 12..
Mary Oneal .'II 13 ..
Edward Fuller. 34 15 15 ..
N E Mead 35 10 10..
Jos Chailen IC 25 25 . . |
JosChull*n 3i? 25 25..!
Jos Chailen 39 20 20 .. j
Jos Chailen 40 15 15.. '
Jos ChalUn 42 30 30 .. J
Jos Challeu 43 29 29..
Jos Chailen 41 29 29..
WBHickok 52 40 40 .. |
J C Caldwell 22 4 4..
N Brobaat 25 25 ..
N Brobant 17 25 25 . . ;
X Brobant 18 25 25 ..
N Brobant 19 25 25 .. ?
X Brobant 20 25 25 .. |
By order of the Board ?-f Trustees.
J. C. CALDWELL, Sec y. |
Virginia, Feb. 19. 't>4.
i .:i o * titot i a r
Tne anove saie is po?tpout-u uuui o.i ? vn<'.i < , .
March 26th, at 2 P. M., at tne place above named. -
mh22td J. C. CALDWELL. Sec y, i
At. C'harlea C?. and **. .Vf . ( ompaur.- ?
Notice is hereby given. that in accordance with
the laws of Nevada Territory and th* by lawn of j
the above company, there w?ll be sold at public |
auction, in tmnt of the company's office. (Hart's !
Sample Kooni. Old Pout Office), on SATURDAY, !
the 22d dav of ApriL lH>4. between the hour* of
3 and 4 o'clock P. M., so many shares of she capi- j
tal stock of *aid company, a* will pay ail a?j??*ss- j
mentis thereon, together with costa of advertising '
aud sale, and siaadiug in the names of the follow- j
ing parti*-!*, to- wis :
yames. Cert. Sks.
Adam. George 71.91 10
Bettinger. G P 33 10
Bolliug**r. John 14.* 9
Bill, John 92 o *> ?.
Brown. Henry 153.164 13 15 ..
Brunner, F . 134 10 10 ..
Benki??er. Phil 150 20 22 . .
Bonrdou, Alex 204 5 5 ..
Baffley, John yog 10 10..
Curshinan. Geo lifO 10 10 ..
Dickes. Albert 40.172.175,180 40 97 50
Deininger, ?ohn. 163. 194 20 20 .. 1
Eifert, Henry ?*4 10 10 ..
Evret. C R 200 10 10 ..
Fetter. Vol .236 5 5 . .
Fritsch, John 151.152 10 10 ..
Fabian. F 178 10 10 ..
Geyrr. Phil 49.23* 22* 22 50
Grimm, Henry 211.213 10 10 ..
Hein. Reineke . .25,27.38,189.217 45 45 ..
Jlanb. Geo 75 10 10 ..
Haupt, Casper 48 I2fr 12 50
Huting, Mrs 123 3 6 ..
Hyman, SH 144 20 20 ..
Hanson. Emil 201 5 5 ..
Jost, Math 162.169 45 45 ..
Kluiver, Henry ....117,148 10 10..
Katscher, H 143 5 5 ..
Klein. F C Buob 220 5 5..
Kaafmann. F 235 5 5 ..
Lauterbach, Ed - 52 5 5..
Leou ?fc Berwin 181 5 5 ..
Lemperie, C W 202 10 10 ..
Luttig, F 234 10 10 . .
Meickel, John 8 12$ 12 50
McGeinlv, Dennis 205 5 5 ..
Mennick. Adolph 122 15 22 50
Miller, r ]? 2 2
olofiou. X 133 5 5 ..
R?uAPhU ? 10 10
Keb*r. ? ? ? ?
? 8::|
Roilenbeck, F 218 5 5 .
Reiche. Chas SB 5 5 ..
Stehle. Roman 105 10 15 .. |
Stage. H 125 5 5
Stanke, Jos 137.138 25 fc> .
Schmidt, Geo 142 5
Scholar. J G - 228 7 7
Trnttuiaa, Steph ?..........36 10 10 --
Chi. Kr?l 70 73 12J 12 50
By ord?rof the Board of Truster*.
L. A. HAUCK. S?"t.
Gold Hill, Much 22, '64. J?b22 td
VOL. 1. GOLD HILL, N. T? THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 24, 1864. NO. 140.
ASSESSMENT SALES.
Fratnkrl .Tflining Company? Ahndi*
ment Salt*. ? Notice in hwbv given. that in accor
dance with th?> Ihwi of Nevada Territory and the
by-laws of the company, there will be sold at
public auction, iu front of the office of the com
pauv, L. B. Frankel A: Co.'s store. Gold Hill. X.
T..on MONDAY, the llth day of April. A. ?>.
1^6-1. between th?? hour* of on? and four o'clock
V. M? ko many nhares of the capital mock of the
Frankel Mining Company, standing in the names
of the following person*, as will be necessary to
pay assessment due thereon, together with
th?* costs ?f advertising and *ale, unless the name
b?.* previously paid, to wit:
.Varurs. Cert Ass't. $hs. Ami.
Leistner. C A 3.6t?.o<? 3 ?&4 25 S50 00
Leistner. C A 1.2.67.11* > . uo j.0
129. 130. 131. 132 >
Telfrrt. Piter S3 4 10 10 ..
Edward*. William ..52.12-1 4 53 55 ..
Ford. Jan 133.134. 135 ( , . ,4<)
13C.137.138> * 1W ?*
Stewart John A 34 4 5 5 ..
McQunid. James 65.152 4 20 00 . .
Dnv. Daniel 78 4 10 10 ..
C'ofvfll, W W Kl 4 2D 20..
lilumlein. Mever 141.145 4 25 25 ..
Coryell. AlcxR M 4 20 20..
Sand?*r. Richard i'o 4 5 5 ..
IMatt. OH 101.118 4 2* 22..
Sh?f**r. Edward 106 4 10 10 ..
McNickull. Pat 110 4 10 10 ..
Hinckley. L 116 4 10 10..
Gaines. Mrs .Vary Ann. .117 4 10 10 ..
Carpenter. O H 120,121.136 \ 4 4ja
139.140.141 i
Arthur, Mrs ?usan 125 4 5 5 ..
Davis, J J 146 4 5 5..
Reynolds, R A 147 4 5 5 . .
Bv order of the Trustees
MYER llU'MLKIX. Sec. F. M Co.
Gold Hill. N. T.. March tith. *ti4. mhlO m#
Thf mockholdrm of the Palo Alto
Gold ami Silver Mining Company are hereby noti
fied. that by an order of tho Trustee* an assess
ment of one dollar per share has been levied on
th* capital *tock of said company, payable im
mediately. in U. S. gold coin, to the undersigned,
at his office iu Gold Hill. Stockholders* who shall
fail to pay us ivquin-d. will have sold no much of
their *tock at auction, on THURSDAY, the 17th
of March, li*t>4, in frout of the Post Office, Gold
Hill, between the hours of 1*2 M. and 2 P. M.. as
will be sufficient to pay their delinquencies and
cost* of sale.
J. S. VATKIXS,
Secretary P A G & S M C.
Gold Hill. Feb. 13, '64. fel3 lin
The above tale ii Postponed to SATURDAY,
the 19th lust. J. S. W ATKINS.
Sec* v. PAO&SM Co.
Gold Hill, March 17, 64. mhl7 td
The above sale is postponed until SATURDAY, i
March 26th, at the same hour and place.
J s. WATK1XS. Sec'v. '
Gold Hill. March 2!. 64. mh2l*td
Champion Company. --Notice is hereby
given, that in accordance with the aw?of Neva
da Territory and the by-laws of the Chempion
Company. that there will be sold at public auc
tion. on TIIi'RSDJY. April 7th, at 1 P. M., mo
many shares of this capital utock of the ubovc
company, standing in the namct> of the following j
parties, "as will be necessary to liquidate the
amounts due ther?on, together with accruing {
coftt* :
Same. Ctrl. Shs. .-im't. j
PDHedlev 31,32,34 30 $23 00 j
U > NichoU 63.64. H5.67 50 23 ..
H C Brown 123 *1 23
JPtbn tz 4.5.6.7 50 23 .. j
W K Hale :& 23 12 50 i
CC Warner 75,76.77.74 30 23..!
M Hir^chman 12,13,14.15.16.17 \ 1ftn ...
18.19,20,21 ) vu ..
O C McDonald 50 24 24 50
J R Robert sou 23.24,25,26.27 50 25 '
Thomas Woods 51.32 25 12 50
T B Orris . . ? 2.22,72 30 13 . . J
J George 49.49,50 50 25 .. |
JFAfinto 46.47,91,92,93,84 65 32 50
Bv order of the Board of Trustee*.
GEO. G. BURNETT, Sec'v. j
Gold Hill. A/arch 7th, 1864. mh7 'td
Black Warrior Compautf.?.Yotir*
Is hereby given, that in Accordance with the laws I
of Nevada Territory and the by-laws of the com
pany, there will be'sold at public auction, in front
of the Secretary's office, on MONDAY, April 4th,
1864. at one o'clock P. M., no many shares of the
capital stock standing: in the names of the follow
ing persons as will suffice to pay the assessments
due thereon, together with costs of advertising
and sale :
.Vanes. Cert. Shs. Ami.
J G L>u bclbeiss 1,2.3.4.5.6.7 73 856 25
M Yoi?t 12.13 20 10 ..
M M Bojh? 20 10 5..
A Dicker 28. JO 15 7 50 j
John Fritz. 31.32.33 25 12 30 1
C R Emeu 3o" 5 2 50 j
T Woodward 52.57.58.59 35 20 .. *
John Eyger 20 20 ..
Bv order of the Board of Tr\?*tceB.
GEO. G. BURNETT. ?cc*y.
Gold Hill. March 3d. '64. mh3 Im
I'nion Gold and Milrcr IVfinius Com
pany. ? Notice is hereby given, that in accordance :
with the laws of Nevada Territory and the by- 1
laws of the company, then; will be sold at pub
lic auction, on THURSDAY, the 24th day of j
March, 1864. at 2 o'clock P. M .in front of the Post
Office. Gold Hill, so mauy shiftes the capital stock
of the company, standing in the names of the fol
lowing named persons, us will pay the amount
due for assessments, together with the cost of sale
aud advertising :
Xames. A n't. Sfis. Amt.
Wm Hunt 2 25 $ 6 25
W Helin 2 178 44 50
A \V Howard 14:3 130 39 50
W Hall 2 22 5 50
J II Place 2 10 2 50
W Brad?*n ...2 20 5 ..
Sol Kistler 2 20 5 ..
A J Keith 2 50 12 50
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
W. S. MOFFATT,
Secretary Union G & S M Co.
Gold HUl. Feb. 24. '64. fe24 1m
i\npolrou Consolidated .Hilling Co.
Notice is hereby (riven, that in accordance with
the laws of Nevada Territory and the by-laws oi
rhecompaiiv. there will be sold at public Auction, j
iu fr?<nt of the company's otfice in Gold Hill, on '
the eleventh day of April next, at 2 o'clock P. M., f
so many shares of the capital stock of the above i
company, standing hi the names of the following r
persons, as w'il pay th? assessments levied prior
to February 13th, "l?64, together with the costs ol
advertising and sale :
.Vame*. SA?. Afs'tt.
H Valle 25 1,2,3,4
DK Wells 152J 4
VT Halsev 130 4
Joseph Laflower 23 4
H Valle 25 4
A C Hunter 25 4
S Doak 20 4
M Tierney 224 4
A K Grimm ...SO 4
J O'Brien 125 4
P Blouin 105 4
CH Burton.. ....... 674 4
K C Chappcll 120 4
A P Crittenden 50 4
W C I)avol. .(bal). ...57 4
J W Epley 25 4
S Hyatt 20 4
E J Ryan... 10 4
S Coulter 10 4
J B Mjpturn SO 4
T G Taylor 25 4
S Wasserman 20 4
II Huzuet 10 4
H Mufler 20 4
J Campbell.. (bal). ?? 133 4
A Lukm. ? ???????? ??? 10 4
Bv order of the Trustees.
nihil m L. Q. A. COURSOLLES, Sec'y.
Kremlin Gold aid Silver mining
Company. ? Notice is hereby given that in accor
dance with the law# of Nevada Territory and
the by-law* of the above named company, there
will be gold at public auction, on FRIDAY, the
25th day of March. 1?64, at 2 o'clock P. M., at tho
office of the company, in the town of Como, so
many shares of the capital stock of the company,
standing in the uaines of the following named
persons, as will pay the amounts due for assess
ments, together with tho cost of sale and adver
tising:
Itamu. Cert. SU An
RB Stevenuon.. 17.18.19.31,32,33)
34,37,36,62,63,64 > 130 $39
65)
John Flood 12,15 55
J D ?ear? 49,54,50,51,52,53 147
G W Swain go
EBFord 25
Mrs M Coleman 70 5
Fr.mk Lemar 5,6,7.8 30
C T Lake 42,43.44.45 25
E Armitage 55 5
John Carl 56,57,56,59 55
J C Daniels 71 10
>1 Wagner 75 5
Cha* Brown 72 5
L A Word 73 10
O Joues 74 10
A Doten 82,78 26
T W Childs 46 3
Geo Knowlton 47 10
Chits Hadsell 66,67.69.76 95
A Tt rrilagar 77 5
J C Murphy 39.40,41 25
John Larkev 100
Wm McLaughlin 100
By order of the Board of Trustees.
HENRY VAN DORJEN, Sec'y.
Como, Feb. 23, '64. fe25 td
ASSESSMENT SALES.
Camion.? The public nw hereby
cautioned not to purchase or negotiate for the
following certificates of stock in the Leon Gold
aud silver Miuinp Company, as a part of the same
were sold at public uuctiou, to the highext bidder,
at the office of the company, in Gold Hill, on the
2d day of March, A. 1>. 1 <???!, aud will not be trans
ferred by the Secretary :
Soma Cert. Shs. Bal.
WwCDavol 43 10
S P R>tewert. 82.83,M,8o,8ti.87.f&.89 fciri
Will Campbell 100 10
WmPnrdv lli? 10 0
Win Kde * 177 5 3
John Fred Schutchers 171 f?
? Vaughn 179 i!
1> S Luut Ul 5
J Kellev 135 'J
J W Movie 111.112 C 2U
X Sheldon ? 17t? 2
L Simon* 21 ri 10
J ax Durham .219 5
J F Grow hi au 222 11 J
II V S McCullou^h 123 5
11 Campbell 81 10
11 MeKav 146 10
J Falkmau JUS 5
J Van Handy 5
By order of the Bourd of Trustees
mh.'J Iin WM. L IlALI'i. Sac'y.
JYorth Poie Company. ? Urlinqitrnt
sale on THl'lt-PAY, the 3l*t day of March,
ld04, in front of the office of the company. In
Gold Hill, at 2 o'clock I*. M.f as much of the fol
lowing-described slocks will be sold at public
auction a* will pay the amount due on asseitf*
mi nt No. 8, and costs o I sale and advertising, iu
accordance with the by-laws of the compauy :
Sames. Ctrtf Skrs. Amt.
\Vm Plough 3 10 $ 2 50
Frank (iuimet 'It? 70 17 .r?()
A II Davis "Hi 5 1 25
John Bousxien 5H 12* 3 12
Rinka Heini 76,77 25 6 25
Philip Heusncr 7$ 5 1 25
Fred fid 1*4 5 1 85
L>1irawder 118. 113 10 2 5 0
Johu Kind 114 10 2 50
Mikel Mnith. 117 20 5 ..
A \V Uicker J 20 25 6 25 j
K ScharflT 186. 127 85 6 25 j
Heurv LSnrtnon 129,18$ 25 6 25 I
Charles * atchell 148,144 15 3 75
John Martin 143 5 1 25 j
J 11 Jncubsoii 181. 128 55 6 85 I
J M 0 old. .. 16, 24. IS. 17.87.
19.81,88.83.83.88. 110 :i5 ..
By order of the Boaril of Trustees.
mh til 1>. K. KORX. -'eeretnry. j
^lother Louipkiiin Hilling ConipV
Notice in hereby given thai on THURSDAY, :
April 31st. '64, at 8 o'clock P. >!., there will be ?
sold at public auction, iu trout of the company's i
office. Main street, Gold Hill. #o many tdiares of j
the cap:tal slock of the company, standing iu the I
names of the following parties, as will be necea- [
sary 10 pay the assessments now due thercou, to- j
gcther with costs of sale and advertising :
Sames. Shs. Amt. I
AN. Smith 800 8880..
F King 800 820..
J Wheeler .800 220 ..
C Green ban m 200 220 .. J
C Gibsou 800 880 ..
Cha* Lauguudd 200 820 .. j
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
JOHN WHITE, 8ec'y.
Gold Hill. 3/arch 21, '64. mh2I td
ASSESSMENTS LEVIED. _
Hurkt & lIcLollau Consolidated
Mining Company. ? Notice I* hereby givcii thuT at
a meeting of the Trustees of the Burke mid Me- i
Lellan Consolidated Mining Company, held j
Wednesday. February 24th, 1M?4, an assessment j
of one dollar p?-r share was duly levied on each 1
aud every share of the capital stock of mud com- ;
pauv, payable immediately. In I" 8 gold coin, to j
the secretary, at his office in Gold Hill. X. T. j
J. F. L1NTH1CUM. Sec'y.
February 23. '64. ? tV25 lm
mineral Point (<olil and Nilver Jliii- j
ing Company. ? The shareholders in the above j
company are hereby uotitied that an assessment |
of iit'ty cents per share was thitf day levied on each
aud every share of the capital stock ot said com
pany.
Bv order of the Hoard of Trustees.
C. KKIFFKR. Sec'y.
Gold Hill, Feb. ?? 1. '64 feg5 I in
Dr. Perry G. ?V M. .11. Co ? At o
meeting of the Board of Trustees of the above
named company, held to-day, an assessment (No.
4) of fifty cents per share wns levied on the capi
tal stock of the company, payable immediately,
in t" 8 gold coin, to the Secretary, at his office, ;
C. Leichter <L Co.'k Pioneer Liquor Store (oppo
site the Union Quartz Mill) Gold 1U11, X. T.
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
GEO. PKURY. Sec'y.
Gold Hill. Feb. 54. '64. fe35 lm
Effingham S. HI. Company.? Notice is
hereby giveu. that at a meeting of the Trustees
ot the Effingham Silver Mining Company, heln
March 1st. A. D. let>4, an assessment of one dol
lar per share was levied on each and every share
of the capital stock of the company, due and
payable immediately in gold coin, to "the Secreta
ry, at his office iu Gold liill. By order of the
Board of Trustee*. \V M. W. BISHOP. Sec.
March 3d, 1j?64. mh3 lm
L'njjlioh Ci. A: M. M. Company.? Al
a meeting of the Trustees of the English Gold
and Mlver Mining Company, held in Conio, Feb.
27th, 1864. an assessment of twenty-five cents per
share whh levied upon each and every share of the
capital stock of said company, payable immedi
ately to the Secretary at his oflie in Corno, in U.
S. coin. Br order of the Board of Trustees.
J. S. CKOSSMAK, Sec y.
March 1st, 1864. mh2 lm
Oregon Company.? An
ment. thin day levied, of one dollar per share, is
payable immediately to the Secretary. By order
of the Board of Trustees.
GEO. G. BURNETT, Secretary.
Gold Hill, March 5th. 1864. mh7 lm
Champion Company. --An assessment
this day levied of fifty cents per share, is payable
immediately to tho Vfccretary. Bv order of tbo
Board of Trustees
GEO. G. BURNETT, Sce'y.
Gold Hill, March 14th, 1864 mh!5m
Creareni Cr'. ?V $. .?/, Company?
assessment of one dollar per foot wun thin day J
levied on each and every foot of the capital stock,
of the Company, payable immediately to the Sec- j
retarv, at hi* office, with II. II. Flagg" & Co.
THOS. F. CUOFT, Acting Sec'y. j
Gold Hill, March 12th, '64. mhl2 m
Keystone Company No. 2. --At a meet
ing of the Trustees of the above company, held
this day, an assessment of one dollar per foot was
levied on each and every f'?ot of the cupital block
of the Company, payable to the Secretary, at his
office with H. H. Flagg 6c Co.
THOS. F. CROFT, Sec y.
Gold Hill. March 15, '64. mhl5 m
Rock Point No. 2 frold and silver min
ing company, Palmyra District. ? Notice is hereby
given, that at a meeting of the Trustees of the
above company, held March 7th, '64, an assess
ment of one dollar per share was duly levied on
each and every share of the capital stock of the
company ; also, at a meeting, held .March 14th, '64,
an assessment of two dollars per share was duly
levied, payable immediately to the Secretary, at
his office in Gold Hill.
rahlo m W. 0. CON WELL, Sec'y.
Crown Poiut Ravine (Sold and Sil
ver Mining Company, No. 19 Government Houw.
San Francisco, March 9th, 1864. ? Notice is hereby
given to the Stockholders of the Crown Point Ra
vine Gold and Silver Jl/iuing Company, Gold Hill
District, that an a?*e*sment of ten (10) cents was
this day duly levied upon cach and every share of
the capital ktock of said Company, and' payable
immediately, in Uuitcd Mates gold coin, to the
Secretary at his office, or to R. H. Newton, Esq..
office No. 9, over Po?t Office, Virginia City, N. T.
Bv order of Board of Trustees.
"mchlSin J. M. BUFF1NGTON. Sec'y.
O flier of the Caledonia Tunnel and
Mining Company, No. 10 Government House, San
Francisco, March 19th, '64. ? Notice is hereby
given to the stockholders of the Caledonia Tun
nel and Mining Company, Gold Hill District, Ne
vada Territory, that there was this day duly levied
an assessment of three dollars per share upon
each and every share of the capital stock of said
company, and payable immediately, in United
States gold coin, to R. II. Newton, Esq., room No.
9, over Post Office, Virginia, N. T? or the Secre
tary, at San Francisco.
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
mhgl m J M. BUFF1NGTON. Sec y.
Yuba G. & H. 11. Company, Pal
myra District ? Notice.? Assessment of fifty cents
per share was this day levied and made payable
to t^e .-ecretnry, at his office, in Gold HUl. By
order of the Board of Trustees.
PL ATT KETCH AM, Secretary.
Gold Hill, Feb. 29, *64. mhl lin*
Black Warrior Company.? An an.
sessment, this day levied, of tifty ceuts per share,
is payable immediately to the ."ecretary. By or
der of the Board of Trustees.
GEO. G. BURNETT, .cec'y.
Gold Hill. March 3d, 1P64. jnh7 lin
Offlre of the Cnleph G. Ac 01. Hiuing
Company, Mnrch 8, 1864. ? Notice is hereby given,
that at a meeting of the Stockholders of the
Caleph Gold and Silver Mining Company, held
January 23, 1664, au assessment of teu cents per
share, and at a meeting of the Trustees, held
February 15, 1864, an asscsiment of one dollar
per share was levied on the capital stock of the
Company, payable immediately to the Secretary.
mch8 lm H. C. BROOKE, Sec'y.
assessments levied.
Rellr Jonr* li. and N. .tl. Coni|m:iy 1
At tt ineetinx llio Trustees of the Jonet
Gold ami Silver Mining Company, lu*UI in Como,
Feb. 25th. l??>4, an assessment of twenty-five
cenn per share was levied upou each and every
share of the capital stock of said company, paya
ble immediately to the Secretary, at his office, in j
Como. Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
J. S. CttOSSMAX, >ec'y.
March lst,Jc64. nihil lm j
Polhnuu* ()on?paii)-, ? AitH('**<inirat !
So, 11. of twenty-tive ceuts per share has been!
this day levied, and is now ilue and payable to the j
Secretary, at his office. By order of Trustees.
L. HEUON, .Secretary, i
Gobi Hill. March ?3th. 1?64. mil 9 lm I
^>1. C-harK?'M nial Nilvrr .lliiiiaje
Company. ? At a meeting of the Board ?>f Trim- j
tees of the above company held at their office in I
Virginia, this lirst day of March a. l>. 1864, on
motion it was resolved to remove the office of said
company to Gold Hill, and L. A. Hauckwax duly |
elected Secretary, :ind all assessments are to be !
paid to him at his otfice. Hart's Sample Room j
(Old Post Otfice), Gold Hill, in United Mates gold j
coin. Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
L. A. I1AUCK.
Secretary St. Charles G. A: >. M. Co.
Gold Hill. Mareh 2d, ltMM. nih'J lm j
Golden Wrilgc invrr niniiig i om
puny, Gold llill District, X. T., Office No. 605
Clay street, San Francisco, February 24th. 1864. ?
Notice is hereby given, that by n resolution
adopted by the lioard of Trusted* of the Golden
Wedge Silver Mining Company, at a meeting
held this day, an assessment of one dollar per
?hare was duly levied ou the capital stock of the
company, payable immediately, in United States
gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the
com pan v. By order of the Board of Trustee*
feC7 lin N. SH1VK1UCK. Sec'y.
\:i|iol(on i'oiiMolidnfrd V|iiiin<; Co,
Notice. ? At a meeting of the Board <?f Trustees
of the nlw>ve named company, held at their office
in Gold Hill, on the 2Gth day of February hint, an
assessment of fifty cents per shnre was levied,
payable immediately to the Treasurer at his of
iiee. Bv order of th? Board of Trustees.
mhl I *m L. E. A C< ?ri^OUiKS, Sce'y.
Biiiiroln In, <?!. .t|, Compim y ? No
tice. ? An assessment of fifty cents per share 011
each and every share of the capital stock of the
company was thin day levied by the Board of
Trustees, and mado payable to the Secretary, at
his office immediately. By order ? f the Board of
Trusses. M. K. CA YIN, Secretary.
Gorn llill, March 4:h 1H54. inh9 lin
Fcdcrai C?. Ar N, ?1, Couipnny-lVo
tice. ? An assessment of one dollar per share wax
thin dav levied. Bv order of the Board of Trus
tees. ' PL ATT KETCH AM. Rec'y.
Gold Hill. Feb, *9, '<>4. mhl lin*
C'ru-MUH Oold and Nilvcr .fliimiy
Company. ? Notice is heceby given that at a meet
ing of the Tru?te<?s of the above company, held
ou the 16th day of A/arch, 1864. an nsHesiimeot of
ten doilurs per share on the capiiul stock of the
company was levied, payable immediately, to tbe
r ccreturv, at his office, at Korn's store, in Gold
llill.
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
J. l'FOUTZ, Sec'y.
Gold Hill. M arch 1?. '64. mhl? m
Office Boyce & Reynolds Gold and Sil
ver Mining Company, Gold Hill District. N. 'J'. ?
i*uu Francisco, .March 2d, 1664. ? At a meeting of
the Trustees of the above named company, held
this day, an assessment of one do'lar per share was
du v levied ou the eni.re capital *-tocU of the com
pany, payable immediately to the ?"ecretary, at
his office, San Frauiisco, or to D. H.'gan, Superin
tendent, at the mine.
juhl.ri in* X. HEYNOI.PS. Sec'y. I
Continental (void and Nilvcr Tlan- :
lag Company. ? Notice is hereby given, tiiat at a j
meeting of the Board of Trustees of tin.* above j
Company, held this day, an assessment of Fifty I
Cents was duly levied on the capital stock, pay a- j
bleto the Secret nrv immediatHv.
GEO. W. TURXEY, Sec'y.
Gold Hill, March 17, lw>4. marl? 1m J
Clinton A: Ilubb* CS. A: 8. -1!. Co.?
At a meeting of the Truster* of the above named
eompauy. held March I4th, 18G4, an assessment of
Five Dollara per share on each, and every share
of the Capital Stock of the Company, was levied,
payable immediately in United State* coin to the
Secretary at hi* office in Gold Hill. By order of
tho Board of Trustee#.
J. 1\ WINNIE. Secretary.
March Ifith. 16<?4. mlti lm
.lloiiut Wanhiugtoii H. !TI, Com :
pany. ? Notice is liervby given, that at a meeting j
of tiic Trustees of the above named company,
held this day, an assessment of one dollar on each
and every *hnrc of the capital stock of the com
pany, wan levied and is payable immediately to
the secretary, at his office in Gold Hill.
W. H. BEEGAN, Secretary,
Gold Hill, March IS. G4. inhl'J in
Oflicc of the Cnarlr* Canty ?Wuittg
Company, 3-'13 Montgomery street, .San Francisco,
March 16th, 1864. ? Notice is? hereby given, that at
a meeting of the Trustees of the Charles Caney
mining company, held this day, an assessment of
three dollars per share was levied on each and
every share of the capital stock of the company,
payable immediately, in gold coin, to the Secreta
ry. Bv order of the Trustees.
nih !?"> in GOMEK EVANS. Sec'v.
?Jf*e*$usent .Vo/irf. ? .Yotirc u hereby
given, that at a meeting of the Trustees of the
Green Gold and Mlver Mining Company, held
Febmarv S9th, lfcffi-l, a fourth assessment was duly
levied of tiftv cents per share, on each and ?very
share of the capital stock of the company.
Also, that at a meeting of the Trustees of the
Lucy Ella Gold nnd .-liver Mining Company, held
march ild. 18tvl. a third assessment was duly levied
of fifty cents per ?liare, on each and every share
of the capital stock of the company. The above
assessments are payable immediately, in U.
gold coin, to the Secretary 120 Montgomery street.
>an Francisco.
Parties holding stock in either of the above
claims can pay their assessments to J. W. Well
ing. Superintendent, at the Occidental Hotel. By
order of the Trustees.
mhlOjin J NO. J. MILLS. Secy.
gNouth Orrrinan .Villain# Company ?
An assessment of one dollar per share was this
day levied on each and every foot of the capital
stoek of the above company, payable to the Sec
retary at his office, with II. H. Flagg & Co. By
order of the Board.
TIIO-. F. CKOFT.Sec'y.
March IPth, 1864. mhl9 in
Tyler Company, mm nininri.
Storey comity, X. T. ? Owners in iho above
named claim are hereby notified that at a meet
ing of said company, held in Gold Hill this 1st
day of March, lfc*64, and in accordance with the
laws of Nevada Territory, an assessment of twen
ty-five cent* per foot wn< levied on each foot of
said claim, payable immediately, iu gold coin, to
the undersigned in Virginia City.
J. B. BURTON, >'oc. pro tem.
March 1st. 18fi4. mh2 lm*
Oncoto ConNolidalrd O. & N, 31. Co.
At a meeting held this day by the Board of Trus
tee* of the above company, an assessment of Two
($2) Dollar* per share wan levied, payable imme
diately to the Secretary, at his office, on the Michi
gan Company's claim. Gold Hill.
GEO. 8WENSON, Secretary,
Gold IIIll, Feb. 24. 1864. follm*
I, eon Gold and Milrrr .Yliiiin^ Coin
pany. ? At i meetiug of the Hoard of Trustees of
the above Company, held February 25th, 1864, an
assessment of $2 per share was levied on each and
every share of the Leon G. & >. M. Co., payable
immediately to the ."ecretary, at his office in Gold
Hill. WM. E. HALE, Secretary.
Gold Hill. Feb. 25. 1804. fo25 lm
Day N. !?I. Co.? IVolire in hereby yiv
en that at a meeting of the Trnsteeu of the Day
Silver Mining Company, an assessment of fifty
cents per share was levied on each share of the
capital stock of the company, payable immedi
ately to the sterctary.
DUNOI-i WOOD, Secretary.
Gold Hill. Feb. lgb. 1804. frtofl lm
Occidental ?>oin nun ijhtw .?*. ?.o.,
Palmyra District. ? Notice. ? An assessment of
Fifty* Cents per share wan levied on the 4th day
of January, also au assessment of Fifty Cents per
iihare was levied on the 27th of February a. p.
1864, and made payable in U. - . coin immediately
to the .-ecretary, at bin office in Corno.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
WM. G. LEE, Secretary.
February 27th, 1804. mhl 1m |
El ProgreMO Gold and Wilvrr iVfin
ing Company. ? Shareholders in thin company are
hereby uotlficd that an assessment (No. 4) of
twenty-five cents per share has thin day been
levied, ami payable to the Secretary on or before
the 2.5th of March, at the office of the compauy,
No. 152 'on th C street, Virginia.
By order of the Boird of Truster*.
JAS. T. McMAIlON. Sec'y.
February 25. '64. fe25 lm*
Governor IV yc Gold and Silver Jlin
ing Company, Devil's Gate District, N. T. ? No
tice is hereby given to Stockholders, that at a
meeting of the Trustee*, held February 23d: 1864,
an assessment of one dollar on each and every
nhare of the capital ?tock wan duly levied, paya
ble immediately, in U. S. coin, to the Secretary.
GEO. M. BLAKE, Secretary.
San Francisco. Feb. 2.5. 1864. fi-29 lm
1 fide ft. A'S. .?/. Company. ?
Notice in given to the stockholders in the above
narnrd company, that an assessment of fifty cents
per nhare win levied, pavable immediately to the
J*ecretary, at his office, fey ordrr of the Board of
Trustees. A. LL'KIN, tecretnrv.
Gold Hill, march 18, '61 mhl8 m
ASSESSMENTS LEVIEr
E'ofoninc <*. A: M. II. 4'ompniiy- >'o
tice.? At a meeting of the Board of Trustee* of
the above named company, held this 29th day of
February, an assessment of one dollar per
share was duly levied, payable immediately to the
Secretary, at his office in (Jold Hill, two doors be^
low the ( Jold 11111 Hotel. By order of the Board
of Tr nut hex. A. IAJKJX, Secret ar v.
Cold Hill. X. T., Fell. 09, 1804. fe29 lin
??errlpjin find .S, .11. C?o. ? Xoticc in
hereby pi veil, that at a meeting of the Honrd of
Trustees of the above company, held February
24th, 1864, an assessment of fifty cents per share
was levied upon the capital stock of the company,
payable immediately, to the Secretary, at his
office. Bine Wing Saluou. Main street, Gold Hill.
nili.'? lin V. FltANK VALLK. Secy.
.\orfh Whitman (*old mid .Silver
Mining Company ? Notice. ? An assessment of
twenty- five cents" per share was this day levied,
payable immediately to the Treasurer.- By order
of the Board of Trustees.
SAM. J. EDDY, President.
Whitman Camp, I. S. J>.. Feb. 17. mhfilm*
Eiiilc C'ompn?iy.? ANMCNMiiient Xo. 1,
of fifty cents pei hhare has been this day levied,
and is n?w due and payable to the Secretary, at
his office.
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
C. Mc VICAR. Sec'jr
Gold Hill. Feb. 86/64. feg71m
Golden Mwan <?old mid (Hilrcr .Hin
ing Company. ? Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of the above
company, held thin day. an assessment of one
dollnr per share was levied on the capital stock of
the com pail v, payable to the Secretary immediate
Iv. " GEO. W. TURN BY, Sec y.
* Gold Hill, March 3d, '64. inM 1m
Ninlcr Helm <;old and Mihcr .flin
ing Company. ? Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of the above
named Company, held at the office of the Secre
tary March ilith, 1964. assessment {No. 2) of twen
ty-rive cents was duly levied on each and every
share of the capital stock of said company, paya
ble to the Secretary . at his office, in Vesey'g
Hotel. ' H. M. BARNES, Sec'v.
(iold Hill, March 21, 'M. mhgl in
IVavigation .T| i h i ii ? Company? A*
6essmcnt Notice. ? At a meeting of the Hoard of
Trustees of the Navigation Mining Company,
held thin 19th day of March, *t>4, an assessment of
one dollar per share was duly levied upon each
and e.ery share of the capital stock of the com
pany, payable immediately, to the Secretary, in
r .-gold or silver coiu, at his office, iu American
City, N. T.
liy order of the Hoard of Trustees.
J. H. JE-SEN, See'y.
American Citv, March 19, '64. mh2l m*
^iiuriMC (ilold nud Silver .llining
Company ? Notice.? A:, assessment of one dollar
per share was this day levied, and made payable
to the -eeretary , at his office, in Gold llill.
Hy order of the Hoard of Trustee*.
PL ATT KETCH AM, ficc'y.
Gold Hill. March 21. '64. mh21 m*
Dardaacllc (?o!d and .Silver lliuiiif
Coiupatiy. ? An assessment of live dollars per
share upon every ?hare of the capital stock of the
DnrduueHc Company was this day levied, paya
ble immediately.
Bv order of the Hoard of Trustees.
C. B. GOODRICH, Sec'v.
G??ld Hill. 3Iarch 16. 61. mh21 in
Wi^roiihiii C'oiiMolidatrd .Hiniiig Co.
An assessment levied March 8th, 1864, of twenty
live ceuts per share, is payable immediately, to
the Secretary. Notice is also given that the stock
is ready for issuance al the office of the Company.
Bv older of the Board of Trustees.
GEO. G. BURNETT, Sec'v.
Goal Hill. March 21. *64. mh2l m
Tc-utoiiin X S. 1>I. Co., GoStl KSill,
Nevada Teirit( ry. ? At a meeting of the Board of
Ti'UkUt* of flu* Teiitonia Gold and Silver Mining
Compnuv, Gold Hill, N. T.? held March loth, ltl>4.
an uHwwiiieiit (No. 0) vf lift v cents per share wm
levied on euch and every share of the
capital stock of the said Tutonioa Gold
and Silver Mining Company, payable iiu
mediately, in United State* gold coin, to the
Secretary, ut the company's office, No. 4 Barren's
building northwest corner of .Merchant and Mont
gomery streets, .van Francisco, Cal. By order of
the Hoard i>? Trustees.
?nh>l m MONTGOMERY MAZE, Sec y.
JarUnoii and N. .IV. Co. ? \olicc i?
hereby given, that at a meeting of the Trustees
of the Jackson Gold and Mirer Mining Company,
held March 1st. A. I> 1604, an assessment of two
dollars and lifty cent* per share wan levied on
each and every share of the capital stock of the
company, due immediately, ami payable in gold
coin, to the Secretary, at his office, in Gold 11:11.
Bv order ol the Board of Trustee*.
\VM. W. BISHOP, Sec'y.
March 3d, 1864 mh3 Inji
Jewell A Nhrpard ti. X !*. .11. Coui
ptutv. ? Assessment No. 3, of one dollar per share
was thi? day levied, payable immediately to the
Secretary. J'y order of the Board of Trustees.
D. K. 1CORN, Secretary.
Gold Hill, Mareh 1, '64. mhl lin
Iir)>lont> (*. iV S, 31, Co.? \olirc i*
hereby given that an assessment of Two Dollars
per share on the capital stock of the above Com*
panv was dulv lcvid, payable to the Secretary
iiumediately. * ( i EO. W. TU UN BY, -Sec'y. *
Gold 1 1 ill. Feb. 25, *(M. I'eSli lm
I It* nay Cl?ty li. X S. .iff. Co.? Palmy
ra District. ? Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Trustee*, la id February 23d, 18G4,
an assessment (N*<?. 4) of twenty-live (25) cents
per share was levied on each and every share of
I he capital stock, of the above company, paya
ble immediately in U. S. Coin, to the .-ecretary, at
his office in Como. TIIO\ BROOKS ^ec'y.
Como, Feb. 2511 li. 18?>4. mh2 Im
in. mid S. ill. Company.? >olicc
is* hereby given, tl.ut ui a meeting of the Hoard ot
Trustees, held this day, an assessment of one dol
lar per ah aro was levied 011 the capital stock of
the company, payable to the Secretary imme
diately. * GEO. W. TUKXKV, ."Vc'y.
Gold Hill. March H lHi-1. mil 2 lm
Ktomaii Maylc .11 in in 4' Company,
American Flat. ? Notice is hereby given that an
assessment of twenty-live cents per shore was
this day levied on the capital stock of the com
pany, payable to thu Secret nry immediately
Hy order of the Hoard of Trustees.
JOHX WHITE. Sec* v.
Gold Hill, Feb. 26, '64. ft 2*? l'm
Nor'wester G. & S. M. Co. ? At a
meeting of Trustees of the above Company held
this day, an assessment (No. 2) of fifty eeuts per
share on ench aud every share of the capital stock
of the Company, was levied, payable immediately
in U. S. coin, to the Secretary, at his office at the
Atucricau Citv Hotel. '
\Y. B. SCOTT, ?ec*y.
American City. .Varch 10th, 1 S<>4. m!4 m
Palo Alto <ji. & 9. lliuiiiy Company.
The stockholders of this company are hereby no
tified that an assessment of one dollar per share
on the capital stock of said Company was this
day levied by the Board of Trustees, payable im
mediately, i? gold or silver coin, to the secretary,
at his office, Gold Hill, N. T.
J. S. W ATKINS. Sec. I' A (i Jc SM Co.
(?old Hill. March ?|h. '64. mhlTm
I, n boring (2. X H. Alining Company;
Notice is hereby given, that an assessment was
this day levied by the Board of Trustnss of fifty
cents per share ?on ench and every share of the
capital' stock of the above named company, made
payable to the Secretary, at his office, opposite
Odd Fellows' Hall.
\V. \\\ VAN VLEIT, Secretary.
Bv A. J. Gould, Dep.
Gold Hill, March 7th. 1864. mh6 lm
Mary Ann Gold and Silver Mining:
Company. ? Notice is hereby given, that ?t aj
meeting of the Trustees of the Marv Ann Gold )
and Silver Mining Company, held March 3d, 1804, j
au assessment of Ten Dollars per share, on each
aud every share of the capita! stock of this Com
pany wan levied, payable immediately In gold
eoiu ?o the Secretnrv. at bin office in Gold Hill.
m4 lm W. O. CONWELL, Secretary.
Knight G. & JI. Co.?>'oticc in
hereby given that at a meeting of the Trustee* of
the Knight Gold and rilver Mining Company, au
assessment of fifty cent* per share was levied on
each share of the capital stock of the company
payable immediately to the Secretary.
DUNOIS W 00 D, *8 ecre t ar v.
Gold Hill, Feb. I tfth. ie64. feb27 Un
Challenge .Hininyfompnny, Ameri
can Flat.? Notice In hereby giveu that an asse*s
inent of tweuty-tive cents per share was thin day
levied on the capital stock of the company, paya
ble to the Secretary immediately.
By order of the hoard of Trustees.
JOHN WHITE, Sec'v.
Gold IH11. Feli.gfi. '64. fe?2fi td
At n meeting of Ihc ftioek holder* of
the Union Gold ami .* ilver fining Company, held
nt Ainholt's Hotel, in Palmyra, Febrnaiy 24th,
1664, two-thirds of the stock present couenrrmg,
the place of business was changed from Palmyra i
toComo, both places being in the county of Lyon,
N. T. liy order of the Trustees.
C. A. WITHERELL, Secretary.
Como, March ?th, '64. mhlS'm
Schuylkill Mining Conip^.-Xollce
is hereby given that at u meetingof the Trustees
of the company, held February 'i3d, 18t>4, an as
j cessment of two dollars was levied on each and
every share of the capital stock of said company,
pavable immediately, in U S gold coin, at the
j ofltce of the Secretary, No. 17 C street, opposite
Washoe Mock Exchange.
I fe-25 1m JOSEPH LORYEA, Sec'y.
THE EVENING NEWS.
Weekly Mining Stock Circular.
[BY ASSOCIATED BROKERS OF Till: SAX FRAN
CISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE HOARD.]
San Francisco, Saturday, March 19.
We regret to perceive by publications in
our daily newspapers, as well as by private
letters from the East, that the mining inter
ests of this country seem likely to be much
retarded and injured by the overwrought
representations of parties who have sought
Eastern markets for the disposal of claims
that are here deemed ?f no merit whatever.
We cannot but feel deep surprise at the ready
credulity of persons residing in those locali
ties where every species of trickery and de
ception is constantly resorted to, and who
must of necessity be quite familiar with the
r.rts of unscrupulous adventurers. We would
say to our friends at the Kast, touch nothing
that is offered to you, 110 matter what the
representations of interested parties may be,
without first obtaining full and confidential
advice from responsible parties on this side.
A claim called the " Gem Gold and Silver
Mine," purporting to be a portion of the
" celebrated Comstock lode" and containing
200 feet, has been recently offered in the
New York market, and one-half of it sold,
as we arc advised, for the sum of $150,000 in
"greenbacks." We deem it our duty to
state that the ground embraced in this mine,
which purports to be a segregation of the
Sacramento and Meredith Company, on
Cedar Hill, in the Virginia Mining District,
Nevada Territory, has no value in this mar
ket. The extremely speculative condition of
Eastern markets at the present time offers
inducements which the owners of " wild cat"
mines will be very likely to embrace, and the
public therefore will do well to be on their
guard.
? ??? -? ? ?? f>i j ?
II ansaeuons in cne .^narc mantel ouruig
the week have been restricti d fur the mast
part to speculative stocks, some of which de
clined and others advanced. Most leading
stocks are well maintained, and arc appa
rently unaffected by the fluctuations of the
general market. The recorded sales amount
in the aggregate to $836,943 50.
Gould and Curry has been sold at St, 720.
buyer 30, and $'4,620 and ?1,623 regular way.
The new additions to-this company's mill are
approaching completion, and it is thought
that within sixty days the receipts of bullion
will be largely augmented.
Ophir is in favor and some twenty feet were
sold at $1,030 to $1,640 and $1,07-5 buyer's
option. In what is to be the seventh gallery
of this mine, at a depth of some 70 feet below
their deepest works, a fine deposit of ore was
found recently. The allairs of the company
are said to be in a promising condition. A
number of substantial improvements arc now
under way.
Savage was offered at ?2,400 early in the
week, hut the past few days has been dealt in
at $2,0 10 and $2,52 5. Judge North decided
to deny the application of the North Potosi
for a dissolution of the injunction granted to
the Savage Company. It is said that this case
will coiue up on its merits before a jury about
the 26th inst.
l'otosi is in better request and $990 was bid
at the close, seller 30. This company have
about 800 tons of good ore on hand, most of
which is at the surface, and preparations are
beiug made to hoist 150 tons daily. The
mine is said to be looking well.
Yellow Jacket advanced from $1,02-5 to
$1,100 buyer 30, closing at $1,050 bid $1,100
asked ? 12 feet changing hands.
Crown Point is held at $1,000, $800 bting
freely bid.
Ue'st and Belcher is in some favor at $725
bid, $850 asked.
Sides is in less request without buyers at
$600. The drposit of ore found lately is
thought to indicate the close proximity of a
larger btidy of pay metal.
Segregated Crown Point is in demand at
$800, buyer's option.
Uncle Sam is inactive at about $800.
Splendid ore has been found this week at a
distance of 409 feet from the main shaft.
Throughout this entire length the ledge has
now being thoroughly traced.
Chollar has been moderately dealt in, de
clining from $322 to $295. 74 feet were sold.
It is stated that another assessment will be
required to liquidate the indebtedness of the
company.
Nevada (J. G.) was active at variable rates,
opening at $2274, advancing to $240 buyer J
30, declining to $205 seller's option, then ral
lying to $215, and closing at about $200?
185 feet changing hands.
Baltic rose from $130 to $150, and closed
at $140 bid. Developments made the past
few days arc said to be of a very promising
character.
?I)aney has met with a material decline,
having steadilv fallen from $160(8167 to
$100. Some 'ilo feet were sold within this
range. Advices from the mine state that
water has become troublesome lately, and
that some time will be required to drain the
main shaft by means of a drift connecting
with the pumping apparatus in the new
works. At the close $120 was bid, buyer
30 days.
North American has been depressed the
past dav or two, declining from $108 to $85,
recovering to $4i0, and closing at about $'100
? 1 ,002 shares changiug hands. It is stated
that an assessment of $20 per foot is to he
levied on Monday next for the payment of
accruing indebtedness. It is also said that
the suit of this company vs. the Uncle Sam
Has been postponed until the November terra
of Court. *
I'ridc of the West is inactive, but well
muintaincd at about SSli. The vein in the
lower drift is said to be looking better, the j
pay seam being 44 feet wide, containing good j
ore. The lead in the middle drift is also im- I
proving and now presents a more solid and I
permanent appearance.
North l'otosi declined from SI 02 to $35, j
advanced to $47, fell to $42, and closed at
about 842 ? 709 shares changing hands. ]
Judge North's decision enjoins this company
from working the Savage cl?im north of drift I
" I," and permits them to extend their I
tunnel to the south line of the Gould & Curry I
works.
Lady Bryan has been very largely dealt in j
and has been subjected to characteristic
fluctuations, declining from $53 to $40, ad- j
varcingto$49 50, buyer 30 days; and selling
to-day at from $49 to $80, and closing at !
$54, buyer 30 days. It was rumored early iu
the week that the lower drifts had failed to
reach the lead, but it is now stated that the
vein has been found, and contains at this
depth good ore. A number of despatches re
ceived this afternoon state with positivenrss
that a large body of fine ore was struck this I
moming at a depth of some 30 feet below the
old works. 1,52-5 shares of stock were sold
to-day, and for the week 5,005 have changed 1
hands.
Melones, owing to favorable advices from ]
the mine, suddenly advanced on Monday to
$70(n $75, but has since declined to $50, at
whicS latter rate 20 feet were sold to-day.
Burning Moscow has ruled with some de
gree of steadiness at about $100 cash, and !
$17 50 (n $110, buyer 30 days.
Real del Monte has been much less active
than usual, and less than 300 shares were j
sold, declining from $55 to [email protected]$42.
Caledonia "Tunnel has declined from $35
to $28. This company have cut the Baltic
ledge at the depth of some 350 feet from the
surface, but operations are suspended for the
moment owing to the presence of a large
body of water.
Buckeye rote from ?18 to S?20, buyer 33
days, but is now lower Wide VV est sold at
$19(<?$22 50. Uncle Sam, (Flowery Dis
trict) declined from 88 to $5. Echo sold in
small for $30. Josephine, (Cosa) has re
vived a little and sold at #1. Antelope sold
at $22.5 ; Bullion at $74{^$75 ; and Balti
more American at $40(?$il.
Blue Ledge advancecTfr.im $1-5 to $18, de
clined t" $16, rose again to $20, and then
fell to $18 50.
South American was dealt in at [email protected]
Seneea at $17 and $20; Sierra Nevada at
$75; Imperial at $157 ;atid Michigan, (Gold
Hill) at $20, an assessment of $10 delin
quent.
An hour lost in the morning will put back
all the business of the day ; one hour gain
ed by rising early will make one month in
the year. ^
A celebrated philosopher used to say,
"The favors of fortune are like deep rocks;
only eagles and creeping things mount the
summit."
The Rampant Wigfall Prefers Sub*
mission to Repudiation ? The Loan
of Liberty Before Dishonor.
In the rebel Senate, on January 18th, while
the impressment law was under considera
tion, Mr. Wigfall remarked that the Secreta
ry of the Treasury did not possess the al
chemist's power of making money. Every
dollar he issues is not only endorsed, but
practically drawn by every property holder in
the country, for upon them will alternately
fall the responsibility of the redemption of
the notes which have been issued. As soon
as it became obvious that a large army had
to be fed, the speculators commenced laying
up provisions, and prices rapidly advanced.
The farmers co-operated with the specula
tors by taking the Richmond prices as the
prices at which they would sell. In propor
tion as prices again advanced, this has been
continued until the Government, the agent of
the people, finds itself almost confronted
with the necessity of repudiation on the one
hand, or of bankruptcy to the whole produc
ing interests on the other.
What should we do ? Give the best com
pensation we can, and not let our debt ^o on
increasing. The people, by their incontinent
madness, are piling up this debt, which they
have to pay, until ultimately it will topple
and crush them under it weight.
Mr. Wigfall said ho would have to recom
mit the bill to the committee, with instruc
tions to rip >rt a substitute providing for the
payment of all property impressed, when the
owner is satisfied with the appraisement;
otherwise a certiticate of the character of
property to be given him, which certiticate is
to be sent to the proper auditing ollice in
Richmond, ?nd the claim allowed in its order
and in accordance with the evidence adduced.
If the uuestion of valuation is left to neigh
borhood appraisers, they would accumulate a
debt that would break down of its own weight.
If repudiation is to be the result, he was pre
pared to lay down his arms and surrender at
once, for the loss of liberty would be more
tolerable than the loss of honor. If the
country is ruined by the incontinent madness
of the people, every man of them will be
ruined; if it is dishonored, they will all shaie
the dishonor. Let the leaders of the people
and the press explain these matters to the
people, instead of telling them that they will
gain their independence but lose their liber
ties. Let Congress pass such a bill as he
had indicated, and let the members when
they return home, tell their constituents the
object of the bill, and they will receive the
plaudit, "Well done thou good and faithful
servant."
Mr. Wigfall then submitted the bill he had
indicated.
Mr. Hill, in a few remarks, favored the
passage of the pending bill to relieve exist
ing difficulties The proposition of Mr.
Wigfall could be introduced and considered
afterward.
The question of Mr. vVigfall's motion was
decided in the negative.
The Vcteuan of the Bench.? Very
lately the public wore expecting every day to
hear that the United States Supreme Court
had adjourned in respect to the memory of
Chief Justice Taney, whose severe illness
was nnnounced, and who?e early demise
seemed inevitable. Instead of such news,
! word comes qver the wires to the effect that
the venerable Chief Justice, who has looked
! any time for a score of years past as if he
might not survive the next night, was, on
last St. Patrick's day, celebrating his eighty
seventh birth-day, the Court adjourniu" and
the Bar uniting with the Court to call and
pay their respects. Judge Taney was born
in Maryland within a year after the Declara
tion of American Independence, was educat
ed at Dickerson College, practised law, rcpce
>ented his native county in Assembly, and
the Frederic District in the State Senate,
then in 1822 removed to Baltimore. In 1831,
Gen. Jackson appointed him Attorney Gene
ral of the United States, and when Duane
refused to remove the Govcrmneut deposits
from the United States Bank, the General
removed Duane and appointed Taney Secre
tary of the Treasury in his stead, but the
Senate refused to cntirm hiui. In 1835,
Gen. Jackson appointed him to the Supreme
bench, but again the Senate refused to con
firm. Next year, however, the Senate being
differently composed, agreed with Gen. Jack
sail to place him on the bench as the succes
sor of Justice Marshall, and since 1837, now
j 27 years, he has held that otfice. His name
has been closely associated uun national
politics? J udge though he was. The Dred
icult decision, pronouncing the Missouri
compromise unconstitutional, and his opin
ion that negroes had been regarded for more
than a century previous to the adoption of
the Declaration of Independence as " beings
of an inferior order, and altogether unfit to
associate with the white race, either in social
or political relations, and so far inferior that
they had no rights which the white man was
bound to respect," detined him unmistakably
as belonging to a race of public men who
are less appreciated now than formerly.?.
Judge Taney has received more abuse and
more honors, has suii'ercd more sickness
and enjoyed more years, than the majority.
He has a life lease of his position, and it is
quite probable that, if some insurance Com
pany would insure his life at the same rate
as if he were but 40 years old, they would
make no bad bargain. ? S. Bulletin.
A Grand Plack i on a Banner Hospi
tal, near Chattanooga. ? The Cincinnati
Commercial' s Chattanooga correspondent,
while vindicating a Union General, Irotn un
due aspersions, conveys an interesting piece
of news at the same time. He says : Look
out Mountain is owned by Mrs. Whiteside,
of Chattanooga, a spi?.cful little rebel, and is
covered with handsome groves, neat houses,
and clear, sparkling springs of pure water.
A part of General Johnson's command holds
it, and everything on the mountain is care
fully guarded ; not a tree is permitted to be
cut down, not a board or brick removed or
displaced. This has furnished a pretext for
a few envious persons to assail the General,
and prejudice him at Washington, where lie
cannot defend himself. The General has
distinguished himself on every field where
his divUiou has beeu engaged, and has as
as gallantly won the right to a Major-Gen
eral's commission as any division commander
in this army. Therefore I deem it a dutv to
disabuse the puplic mind bv stating the facts
relative to hi* conservative policy. The
mountain is w? high that 4n the warmest sea
son of the year a healthy and invigorating
breeze is always felt. It is well supplied
with every convenience in the shape of water,
i buildings, walls, forests and shades, to pro
mote the health of the troops, and immedi
ately after its capture the sagacious Thomas
saw its importance to his army as a con
! valescent camp and field hospital. He ac
cordingly made his wishes known to Gen.
Palmer, who in turn communicated to Gen.
1 Johnson, with instructions to guard it. This
i is the whole story. Gen. Johnson is merely
obeying the commands of his superior otH
I ccrs ; and where is the friend of the soldier
who does not heartily second the proposition
of Gen. Thomas to make it a temporary
resting-place for the war-worn veteran who
requires pure air and exercise to recuperate
j his overtasked body ? Gen. Johnson is the
last man to be charged with conservative ten
i dcncies, or a desire to perpetuate slavery at
the expense of the Union s salvation. All
the official reports of his superior officers,
under whom he has so long and faithfully
served, give a flat contradiction to the suspi
cions cast upon him.
Quicksilver is Sax Llis Obispo. ? A
gentleman writing from .San Luis Obispo,
March loth, gives an account of a mine in
that county known as the Josephine quick
silver mine. It is located in the Saliiias min
ing district, and was discovered in October,
18:i3, by Felix Figueroa. Before the compa
ny owning the mine was incorporated, it had
attracted the attention of the owners of the
New Alinaden mine, who sent competent
parties to prospect it. The report made by
these parties may be judged of by the fact
that John Young, of thu New Alinaden mine,
immediately employed individuals in San
Luis Obispo to buy up interests in the mine
to such an extent that he is at present the
holder of 2, *>76 sh ires; and he is still pur
chasing. The rock alreidy taken from the
mine is very rich, and workmen formerly em
ployed on the New Almadeu_ are now en
gaged in developing it. It is situated at the
summit of the coa.t rang', within a stone's
i throw of the divide, where ttie ocean may be
seen on the one >i-Je and the Tulare
plains on the other. It is on the most
practicable route from Visa'ia to the sea,
and a road can be made at small expense to
san Simon Bay, about fifteen miles distant,
where there is an excellent harbor. The
mine is being rapidly developed, and all in
the vicinity who have the means are invest
ing in it. Those who are acquainted with
the New Almaden pronounce the general ore
in the Josephine superior to that.
Ax eastern editor has made an interesting
discovery. He has found that if the neck of
a bottle filled with water be thrust into the
bung-hole of a barrel full of whisky, the wa
ter will be transformed iu'o whisky.

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