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THE PIOtllE DULY RECORD
TTESDAT... OCTOBER Sit, 187 A. D. JOSEA. .'. . 1..EWTOK A,Q E N C I E S . -,-rn-tMO MVRO AXdKL. :f Montonm ery sit. Boom No. 11, Sole Arfvut ftw Keuuhv. Sttr District, Ttaa-J. V SCHMIDT k CO. 'Umilloe-T. ST.UIB, Russell's Bookstore. EIHJStJ. Sewe Prater ia Goodrich'! aalooe., i our Ai,eQt lu Bullionvillc. mid is eusasrise4- as- rvcMTe subscriptions fur the kauMD and reo-lpt for the same. TirsiniaCrtT-lAS. McDonald. Kunka F. LOEWT it CO. UBER.VX. REPIBLIC AN AND DEMO CRATIC TICKET. For President, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YOBK. B. For Vioe Tresident, GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. For Presidential Electors, B. M. CLAEKE, C. V. LIGHTXEE, r W.N. STONE. -For Congress., ., C. W. KENDALL. For Justice Sup. Conrt.W. II. SEA WELL For State Printer.JOHN C. LEWIS. For State Senators, Lone Term. P. C. HYMA.N, Short Term JOHN 11. WILSON For Assemblymen, PHIL. L. SHOAFF, B. F. MARSHALL THOMAS WALLACE. For Sheriff JOHN KANE For Clerk. . . . ..GEO. T. GOHMAN, ForDist. Att'y.GEO. GOLDTHWAITE For Treasurer. . . .JOHN HOEDEU. For Auditor and Recorder, W. H. HENDEKSON. For Assessor J. A. CURTIS. For Surveyor E. SCUOPrMANN lor Sup't of Publio Schools, - LOUIS SULTAN. For l'ub. Adm'r Dr. D. L. DEAL For County Commissioners, Lone Term. ,.D. A. FULKS Short Term.. .T. J. JONES, Short Term C. R. CA11DEN PIOCHE TOWNSHIP TICKET. For Justice of the Piice.T. A. STOUTENBURGH For Constable 8MIRH GRAY. ' ' TO CANDIDATES. V ' AVLaunouncements fc.r office, and all political printing therewith Qunecled, ere retva.ired to be paid tor ID advaTIte. ' Ttitlsls our Invariable rule1. 'THAT'S ALL!" Is the concluding phrase of some scur rilous trash with which, in its Saturday's issue, the Review bespatters Mr, Kendall and Judge. Berry' Like the chuniberluin in Lallu Rookh said of the minstrel's con clusion, the last is the best, because that is the i nd of it. Tho course of the Re view in the publication of such vu'gar abuse, is of much practical benefit to the gqulleinou it desires to injure, and, we trust it will continue in that strain, A s :avcn ;t r may t ike the opportunity to cast Rome koiniel sweepings on thedivss of a decent and well behaved passer by, bul in doing so he. fails to cause any iin-pr- ssiou in the minds of the spectators but disgust and indignation. The Re view will, i it pleases, continue to pen and publish articles of the character and tone of those ot the San Fraucisco. Varie ties, but we are certain that the respecta ble members of its own party, if it has on-, will see that such an advocate must surely do more to injur their cause than the most deadly home thrusts of their opponents. Abuse, dirty slang, and in sulting epithets,' are' the usual resource of the vilest and profligate of both sexes, but the use of such expletives in the place of argument, 'only shows spite or the ab aence of any reasonable ground of attack. Forgetful of this, the Review, finding that the character and career of the gen tlemen it assails offer no just cause for censure, ia sufficiently unadvised as to let passion overcome its sense, and pro ceeds to fling dirt. As we aaid before, if this line of action suits the Be view, we have not the slightest occasion to find fuult with it. 'Almost a Fun,' and i- serious one at that, wa caused on Sunday morning by the heated stove pipe of the Philadel phia Brewery Saloon igniting the roof of that establishment. Luckily it was seen almoet as apoo as started, and, a few; buckets of water settled the matter. The jilarm brought out the fire boys, both the Hose and Hook and Ladder Companies, and they were on the ground in a few minutes. Much credit is due them for their promptness though their serv ices were not required. This occur rence im pells ns to repeat the caution we have given so often before, vir.: That the stovepipes, chimneys and, fines of the dwellings and other buildings in the town should be most carefully watch ed. Every precaution should be taken to guard against this ever-present dan ger a defective flue or an improperly fixed stovepipe. This is a matter which conoerns all of our citizens, They have all vital interest in preventing fire, and all should take a lively interest in the proper precautions. Piocbe has suffered enough already, and those who witness ed and lost their property by the former fires, shonld lose no opportunity in im pressing npon their fellows the danger of inattention or carelessness, and duty fit "voiding such errors. THE MARE'S NEST. The Review man evidently thinks he has found something, but w are afraid he is like the man that ripped open the bellows to find where the wind came from, he will only have Lis trouble for his r Jward. On Saturday, for want of something better to do, the Review went out gunning and according to its ac count bagged a whole board of County Commissioners and the Democratic piirty to boot. A pretty good hnnl for one shot wasn't it? considering that the gun does not carry very far and is apt to scatter. . However, as we have seen some of the .review's victions walking around in their accustomed good health and it is very probable that on the 5th of November the remainder will be found at the polls voting against the adicals, we fear that the Review has fallen into the besetting vein of its clique, that of attending funerals without the essential features of a corpse to take part in the pageant. - Our brilliant contemporary heads his rourdorous onslaught with a quotation credited to Falstaff & Co. Who compose that firm and where they are to be found we are not aware, but we apprehend the Review is following the example of Shakspeare's adepose scoun drel, and while it asserts that a whole hecatomb has fallen beneath its righte ous wrath, the bodies of the slain will be as hard to find as the "Hucltram men" of its oleagenous hero. However, one thing is very evident, that the Review is suffering from severe illness, und that from a very dangerous com plaint,' that of surfeit. As a utensil of convenience belouging to the Radical party, it has taken without a wry face all the mass of corruption to which that party has a proprietary claim. It stood everything nnd everybody, from Cameron and the penitentiary to Nye with his saw mill. It bosuled not at Bullock, or Scott, or Reed or Clayton, with their many millions of plunder; its capacious maw held them nil without a qualm; but now comes the Commission ers of Linouln County with a Court Hons, etc., aud then the Review ean stand no more, and iuuentiuently runs ovi r with wrath aud a Bick stomach, and is now under the doctor's hands, gasping with an alarming attack of wiudy colic and surftit. . Well, under the skillful treatment of Jocular Jeems nnd the Cen tral Pacific we hope it will " recover. Meanwhile we offer it our sincere wishes for a speedy convalescence. Joking apart, or, us its friend Goodwin soys, to quit "joshing," we will state fur the in formation of our renders that the Review on Saturday last published three mortal columns of what they knew about the County Commissioners. Of course that was not much, and they need not have taken so much space telling it; but they did, nnd charged the Commissioners with all sorts of off nces generally, but particularly that they had built ft Court House nnd it had cost too mm-h.. . Fur ther,' that tho Board had wasted the county's money. Iu order to prove these a huge-array' of figures are brought to substantiate the thargfU. As it sel dom dis to rely too confidingly on as sertions made by Radicals, we thought we would examine a little for ourselves. The Review said that when the present Board took offiai that they had the con trol of nearly $5,tKK), turned over by their Radical predecessors; that there were no old debts to .pay, and thnt the new Board during the first quarter of 1871 ran the county in " debt i $3,079.23, Let us see how this statement squares with facts as exhibited by , the,. County Auditor's books. On referring to them we find that on the 1st of January, 1871, when the present Commissioners, took office, that there were f 2,5(18.10 in the several oqunty funds; that the debt of the comity was $14,552.37, ' which after deducting the cash on hand from the debt loaves $11,983.47 as the actual in debtedness. The Review said there was no debt and nearly 55,000 on hand. Next it said the Commissioners in the first quarttr of 1871 had run the county in debt $8,073.23, while the fact is they had reduced the debt $3,904.21. These, to use the words of Mr. Richard Swiv eler, are " staggerers ", Kos. 1 and 2. Having thus convinced ourselves that there was no reliance to be plaoed on the Review's facts or figures, we desisted from further search, .. Now aboqt the Court House, This has been made the subject of repeated inves tigations by the different grand juries, especially those in session last June and August, These bodies were composed of men of all political leanings. They thoroughly examined the matter and were satisfied that there was no fraud or peculation of any kind, and so reported. Therefore, to again use nu expression of Judge Goodwin's, the Review's state ment is all " bosh," and it has simply been looking for eggs in a mare's nest. Plkasi CoBRKCT.--The' Carson, Nev., Appeal reprints an article which was pub lished in the Pioche Review, in which the Hon. C. Wt Kendall is attacked on the Swamp Land matter, but credits it to the Pioche Becobp, The Appeal will please correct this error, as we have no desire to assume the paternity ef any article that appears in the Review, much less ons which is diametrically opposed to our expressed opinion. The Appeal will do us the favor to mats this correction so soon -as pojsjble, , - SHERIFF KANE. The Review holds up Sheriff Kane and the County Commissioners to obloquy because the first received and tlia itrtu?r allowed a claim for cokU which was per fectly legal. It is no matter what rxprnsa the Shoriff incurred,' or if ' he inenrr-d any. The point was whether the claim was legal under the law. The best legal authorities in 1'iot ha were unanimously of opinion thnt the charge was strictly lawful and could not be con tested. The law yave it aud the Board properly awarded it. We are not de fending or discussing the statute w hich authorized the charge. But there it is, the law of the lund, and the Commission ers did perfectly right in obeying, and so did Sheriff Kane in availing himself of it. Every officer is morally and legally justified In taking all the remuneration the law allows. They generally get blamed and they are foolish if they do not avail themselves of all provisions for recompensing them. If every Radical had confined himself to lawful gains there would be little subject of complaint. We should like to see the Review refuse auy legitimate aud lawful compensation that cnine within its resoh. The niillen ium would then surely be nt hand. STATE ITEMS. There is trouble in White Tine relative to the hold-over Senators. Mills and Cleveland both claim that they are en titled to scats for another Bession. The late conventions set m to have been of tho same opinion, and, us a result, neither ninde nominations. Later, hnw. ever, the County Committees conclud- d to place candidates in the field. The R -publicans acted first by nominating vv. r. Anderson ana i.oi. Allen. At a meeting of the Liberal Committee, held yesterday, John Wagivr and Clint. Psteheu were nominated, the former for the long term and the latter fur the short t Tin. A change was also made in the Assembly tickdt. Goo. vV, Lamb hav ing rere.ved a call to proceed t4) nland on mining business, sent in his resigna tion, which was accepted and H. II. Kirchenuer (Father Hyacimhe)' was appointed to fill the vacancy. The ticket ought to win almost without a struggle. Eureka Sentinel. Gen. R. M. Clarke made nn able and eloquent address nt TJnionville. During his spi ch he said: " St Hiding for the Uni-ih, be advocated the riht of the No tional Government to suppress revolt and reduce the rebellious States to subjec tion. For nil of principle snd justice for which the R publican party then con tended, he stood pledged to its (support and earnest in its cause. Tlie same rea sons of right and justice which then pall ed uim to its standard, now justified his withdrawal from its ranks. Nothing of its anoient principles were b ft to contend fur, none of its veteran leaders remuined to direct its councils and 1-nd its van of progress and reform. Greeley, Sumner, Curtin nnd lrumbml were tlu-n his cap tains. Re could not forsakw them now for Stewart, Nye, Cameron, ConUUng nnd Morton." Yesterday a't moon an old miner by tho name of Thomas Prumm was killed in the V en tuck mine, by Iniiug precipi tated down an open rtiaft from the 4(10 to the 700 foot level. His body was fright fully nianglod by the fall,. At the time of the nccidunt he was working on the 400-fnnt level. His fellow-workmen did not discover that anything had gone wrong with the old man unHl after 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when dili gent search was instituted for the recov ery of the body of the missing man, ami at five o'elocktheremains wefe discovered and brought to the suiface.Vy. n terpvise. " The Truekee Republican of October 22d says: Work on tho unfinished hull will be vigorously prosecuted and the vessel will be ready to launch in about six weeks. It will be finished and in com plete running order before next spring. The boat will be constructed with espe ciul reference to both freight and passen ger tralfiV When completed it will be the largest and best steamer on Lake Tuhoe. It will have state-rooms aud a largo dining saloon and is to be fitted up in first-class style. . 1 r. Peter West gave a free lecture nt the Carson Theatre Sunday evening on the subject of Spiritualism, which is spoken of oh exceedingly interesting and listened to with rapt attention through out by a larae audience. At the close, however, when the Doctor tried to col lect money enough to pay for the use of the thentrn, the entire audience mshed out pell-mell, Couldn't stand having the hat passed around. Gold Hill News, 23, - , ' : : . The amount of precious metals in Culiforniaseemsto.be decreasing stead ily. Many claims are entirely exhaust ed each year, nnd very few new ones opened. The larger profits of the Neva da silver mines render them more attractive to miners, nnd the rising importance of these mines will, perhaps, compensate for the decline in the yield of California, G. H. News. .A large and enthusiastic meeting was held at Carson to hear the Hon. J. P. Jones discourse upon the political issues of the day. The thentra was densely crowded bv a large number of ppopie who came in from the surrounding conn try to hear bim. He delivered a very able and telling speech snd was frequently and warmly applauded. Virg. Enter prise. Although the November elections are close at hand, with the exceptions of some little rustling done by candidates for public positions, no especial degree of interest is manifested iu regard to th approaching ( elections The general feeling among onr people is to the effect that the political contest will bo altogeth er onesided. Virg. Enterprise. The White Pine News says the totid number of voters registered iu Robinson District is 119; and in Ruby Hill, fifi. The vote polled at the ensuing election in this county will not be. less than 1,300. The White Pine News of the 24th says: We learn that a few days ago the house, barn, stable, etc., lielonging to Alex Beatty, known as 'Blue English Hanoh,' on DncKwater, were entirely destroyed by fire, . The Republicans had a large meeting on the 22d at Silver City. J, P, Jones add.ressed the meeting, i Telegraphic Stepatchtf. SPECIAL TO THK riOCH DAILY X1O0&D PACIFIC COAST. - Salt Lake, Oct. 28. It has been snow, iug since Saturday night, though inter vals of sunshine have eleaued the snow off almost as fast as 'it fell. It is now cloudy and cold. The postponement of the race between Lucy and Occident caused great disap pointment here, as considerable money was staked upon the result. The family of Wm. J. Underwood, at Kaysville, were all struck by lightning on Saturday. The particulars are as fol lows: At 4 ;30 a. m., Mrs, Underwood was awakened by a loud noise, and was scarcely able to draw breath, being partly suffocated. To use her own words, the room was full of blue fire. She struggled with the oppression that weighed her down, and rushed to where her eldest daughter, a fine young girl of fourteen years, was lying, wrapped in flames. She tore the clothing from her person; and by great exertion the whole family, consisting of the mother and seven chil dren, extricated themselves from the building, which semed to bo fulling about their heads. They took refuge iu an adjacent shed. The oldest boy, al though severely hurt, started to Charles Lajtou's, nearly a mile distant, and ob tained a t?nm. When he returned, his oldest sister was roiling about on the wet ground, perfi-ctly crafcy. The whole family were jnst put into tho wagon and removed to Mr. Layton's, when down came the shed with a crash. Mis. Un derwood was found to be burned on the whole front of her body, and with an awful gash on the inside of her thigh, six inches iu length and two inches deep in the cenliv. 'the lightning, proceeding from this cavity, which it had scooped out of tlio flesh, passed down the leg to the heel, burning as it went. The girl was insensible, and was terribly bnmed on the back, the skin bring as hard as a board ami dreadfully discolored. The oldest buy's arm was frizzled on the un der side of tho upper part The three little buys were slightly burned iu the legs, aud the two youngest, one a baby iu arms, were merely singed iu the hnir, . A boy, who had fortunately staid at Mr. Laj tou's, was tha only one of the faintly at Kaysville that entirely escaped. It was a fearful affair, and its parallel has not been seen iu this territory, ' EASTERN. Boston, p. m, Oct. 28.Wilh better weather to-day, tho number of horses iu the streets has increased largely, Oxou are being brought in from the country. Man power is also utilized, Horse-car travel was partially resumed this morn ing, . L Oswego, October 28. AU horses in the Towiug CompiuL-s' stables are affected. Rates of towing have advanced ten cents per mile. ' Cincinnati, O., Oct. 28. --A special to the Chronicle reports the sinking of the steamer Umpire, between Evunsvi le. and Cairo, No particulars yet, David S. Meyer, a strnnger, suicided this morning, by cutting his throat with a razor. ' ' Philade lphia, Oct. 28, A 'collision oc curred on the Reading Railroad yester day, between a passenger and a coal train. The engineer of the fqrmer was killed No one else injured, j (, Washington, D. C, Oct. 28. An alarm hag b?en produced here among horse men, by the fact that several horses af fected by the prevailing disease were brought here from New York. No other cases are reported. . Gen. Sherman was quite sick on Satur day, but is now convalescent. Philadelphia, Oct. 28. No well de fined cases of horse disease here; and preoautions are taken. It is hoped the city wjll enjoy immunity from the mal. "dy- Buffalo, Oct. 28, The horse disease hag so far abated that to-day the streets assumed theij usual nppearonce. Air clear aud bracing. The street cars have resumed thoir regular trips, and the streets are full of teams, Fiqus, O., Oct. 28, A locomotive and nine freight cars, on the Cincinnati and St. Louis Railroad, ran off the bridge over the Stillwater river, near Covington. Brakemau killed; engineer and fireman injured. New Orleans, Oet, 28, The steamship General Meade, from New York, this morning, reports that the steamer Vic toria, 'Captain Gates, froiu. New.York to New Orloans, with a cargo of assorted merchandise, broke her shaft aud went Ashore nt Jupiter Inlet, Oct. 21st. Total loss. Crew saved. Ve.Bel aud cargo estimated at f 250,000. New York, Oct. 28. In the Hall trial to-day, Garvey's testimony was continued. He could not find the note from Mayor Hull acknowledging the present of silver ware. The silver pieces had the figure of the fox and grapes on them, nnd as witness recollooted, the Mayor said he looked less at the fox and more at the grapes. In his cross-examination, he couldn't recollect ever telling Mayor Hall that his accounts were correct or unjust. He did not refer to the Mayor in using the words, " Rest to them," as given in his former examination. The witness left the city on the 21st of September, in his own name. He did not thon know he was under indictment. Had heard, of civil suits. He and the Mayor never had discussions ss to his accounts. Neasterson, mason, testified to the ac tual cost of Garvey's plasteriig. The Judge excluded Jiis testimony, saying, enlargement of Garvey's bills was conceded, . Neji York,' Oct 88th. The- National Democrats have nominated John McCool for mayor. Ludwig Julius Augustus Kereibs, ar rested, under the extradition treaty, for forgery of a bank-book in Mecklenburg, is held to await the arrival of the neces sary papers from Germany. The Jesuits propose building a third chnrch here. The horse disease is not abating. The railroad lines have comparatively few cars running. In Brooklyn the disease is extending. The City Railroads have hauled off nearly all their cars, for the purpose of giving needed rest to well horses. On some lines no cars run; other lines run at longer intervals. Minister Washburn came from Tun's to vote for Grant and take part iu the campaign, and will return as Boon as possible. Chicago, Oct. 27. Louis A. Kormen dy, a well known gymnasium proprietor, shut himself in the head, at the Brigijs Huuse, indicting a mortal wound. Most of the saloons are opeu. Mayor Mjdill declares he knows no in. fluence but law, which he shall enforce until repealed. Peoria, October 27,-The Rev. R. II. Pullman has been appointed Secretary of the National Univer-salists Association, aud is on leave of absence ot one year from his ihtirch here, ', Memphis, October 27f M. J. Wicks, President of the Memphis Savinys Bank, announces a snsp? usion of that institu tion. It is reported that the liabilities are if 175,000. Washington, Oct. 27, Judge Richard son, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, will have ready practical information concerning pub. ic debts with the National Banking laws. He says, among other things heretofore stated, that the issue of the reserve of $44,000,000 is left to the Secretary of th Treasury. New York, Octobt r 28, A Berlin dis patch says that Minister Bancroft bus written to Emperor AViliiam, by orders from President Grant, thanking him for the trouble he has taken in the north western boundary arbitration. He as sures him of continued friendship und good will butwoeu the United States und Germany. FOREIGN. Paris, Oct, 27. The evacuation of the Department of Marne aud Upper Marna will not be completed until November. A detachment of French Hospital As sistants, on the way to Camp Challous, were by mistake left in the town of Chal lous, still occupied by the Germans They were immediately arrested, their side arms taken from them, and they were kept in the guard house three days, and v-re then released. Madrid, Oct. 27. Resolutions will be reported in the Cortes impeaching Sa gasta aud his ministry. The bill abolishes capibil punishment for political offenses will come np again. Utip 3kflrcrti!Sffttts. National Restaurant, Miu Street Pinch. HAVINfl FNTTHPT V m. Anil thnritmihlv tit.., & up thin tUc-uant pliic, I " tirafc fflnaa mi. ..la .... ,1,- V....v. niny rest assured that tha Titbit) will bo up. plied with the best thu marke t aiforrtu, mu h as ttauie, Poultry, i'iU, aud iu fact uverj ot-licacy of the seatton. The tlnest bnmna of TABLE WINES, ALR, POKTKK, etc., will at all times be kept on baud for the accuu-mnilation of cnslonirm, and satis faction in tho culinary department is a( all times giuu-antceU, MKAL8, 75 CKNT8. jyai lui r. TllAPKT, 1'roprlctor, . Cosmopolitan Restaurant AND OHQP HOUSE, GIIX k PUYOR PROPRIETORS Meadow Valley street, opposite x ntvia Drumcrg statue, The house will be Kept Open All NigUt. I'lUNK SCHOONAf AKKH, ul4'" Bnperintendeut. WILMANS' HOUSE ! mills ESTABLISHMENT JL is now AulHhed and tar nished, with all appointments comnlete. Tu n..niH.t.- Wollid hn crrfl.tj.fnl fr tha patronage ot nts old friends and the public as snriiig b11 that nothing shall be wanting on' hit part to (rive full satisfaction to weekly, dallv or transient patrons. D. I. WILMANS Pioche. August 1,1, 1S72. aultj-tf "li'ii "TiTr" GRAMBS' HOTEL, Main street, opposiU Ltoour, pioche, Kevada. Mm Granki Pruprlvtrrs A VINO RKPAPF.RKn, TtEI'fR- HiMHKD and l'AINTKl this II popular establishment thrumtfiunt, It is now opened for the acoumoda tion of the puUio. , J'y Double .nd Single Eooms, Superior soooqimodatioita for travelera and day boarders. . , myM-M SAN JOSE HOUSE" Mailt street. ...'.. ..Pioche. '. '. hot: COLH PATHS, 1 ,1 ' N 1! Condor Silver Bt!njn.r Omiiaar Location of Works, Ely Mima Pisfrict.iin, cols Uonnty, flevsdm. Nutii .There an fc linqucBt upon the tallowing described stock on account of aseetwreent (No. 1 levied on th twelfth day ef September, ISO, tha aereral itutmnw we 'rt'"" - v v iq fea. VwUve shareholders as follows! I o.of JJ.of Names. Certificate, bhares. Am-. Allen C R, Trustee asS So M Brown R, Trustee Jfi 100 iiaj Ckvallitr J P, Trustee 90S lot. m . I'-aTallier J P, Trustee M loo xm Cavatlit-r J P. Trustee 611 lot) i,n Oavallier 1 V, Trustee ,M 100 Iiuo, , t'avallier 1 P. Trustee .607 i6 . J Cavallier 1 P, Trustee 6; 14 60 tu Cavallier i P. 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Tradwell Ucu A, Trustee.,, 99 100 100 Treadwell (io A, Trustee.. .116 3 Vl C l""e Treadwoll Geo A, Trustee,., 124. 100 100 Treadwell Geo A, Trustee... 134 '' 1U0 1 R0 ireaawvll liso A, Trustee... 1:M! 1110 V Treadwell Ueo A, TVnstee . , . 137 100 ( HI i Treadwell Geo A. Trustee... 144 ' 100 - li ' Treadwell Geo A, Trustee. V.140 HIQ : l"" Taylor 8 J..., ...SOS it 26 25 Chas 8, Tnistee t48V i 'A 1 f M T Chas s, Trusti),, . . j,44tf J jfeo, X; W 1 60 61) I'Uler J Clem. Trustee 6U3 Wall Jesse 8 " '0 '..' ' ' Wade A P ,,283 fiO M . And In aocordanc with lw an4 in-order ol the Board of Trustees, made on the 12th day of September, 1N72, so many ahareaof each P"1 of said stock a may lie necessary, will Bold at public am-ts.u at the office of the Com pany, RiHuu 21 llaywartl's Building,. C"'' fornia street, San Fraiwlsco, California, on t IfttU lajr inf Norrmber, JlfTp, at hour of one o'clock p. m.t of said day, to V said delinquent assessment thereen, togethj with ousts of advertising and eiponsea of toe sale. H. C. KIBBE. Secretary. Office i Room Ho. 21, Hayward'a Building, California atreetKun fmncisco. California. o29-l4 ... II RUSSELL SCOTT AS OPENED CLCB ROOMS OVER BAIj PIN'S Hardwarn Store. Main street has connecUd therewith a handsome Bar. Persona visiting the PALAt'E can rely on iw best of accomtnodatioua, i and when otner amusementa are required it will not be ry to go elsewhere. ' " 51"" JACOBS ., & SULTAN Pioche A BullonviHf WttnunaLBawD RrasuJJIaLIbI V GENRRAT. ;MF.lir.HANDlSE.' ETC" ' Particular attention paid to COUNTRY .QJQSRS.