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THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
V.tMETIKM. It is proposed to substitute for term “old maid” the more expres sive one of “ old Virgin-ian. The one thing needful for the perfect enjoyment of love is con fidence. Same with hash and sausages. There’s trouble bruin’ for John Barr, of Indiana. Miss Ella Bear is about to sue him for breach of promise; damages, £25,000. Young Lady (at the post office): “If I don’t get a letter by this mail, I want to know what he was doing Sunday, that’s all.” An old lady, hearing somebody say the mails were irregular, said: “ It was just so in my young days —no trusting any of ’em..” Be assured that when once a woman begins to be ashamed of what she ought not to be ashamed of, she will not be ashamed of what she ought. A family in Pike county in this State, have ten children, who are called by the following queer nick names : Buck, Squirrel, Yank, Diddle, Daddle, Tint, Pitipau, Boss and Funny Button, while the children call their parents Boardy Pink and Skid. A Long Island taxpayer made the following speech in a discus sion upon tne manner in which me educational affairs were coducted : “ Mr. Chairman, I arise to stand up, and am not backward to come forward to support the grand ques tion of education; for, Mr. Chair man, without education, I would be as ignorant as you aro yourself, Mr. Chairman.” A bore is a man who spends so much time talking about himself that you can talk about yourself. A lawyer-once asked a hotel keep er the following question: “If a man gives you a hundred pounds to keep tor him, and dies, what do you do; Do you pray for him!” “No, sir,’’replied the landlord, “I pray for another just like him.” The exclamation of an old lady on hearing of the execution of a man who had once lived in the neighbor hood, was, “Well, I knowed he’d come to the gallows at last, for the knot in his handkerchief was always slipping round his left ear.” “Your handwriting is very bad indeed,” said a gentleman to a friend more addicted to boating than to study; “you really ought to lean, o write better.” “Ay, ay,” replied the young man, “it is all very well for you to tell me that, but if I write better, people would find out how 1 spell.” Justice in Cincinnati, is tints painted by the artist of Saturday yight: Judge Merchant tilted his arm-chair back, and rested his hoofs on the pencil rack; Worse than a gin-mill the court-room smelt, and oh, how wretched his honor felt—tor it grievod his nature to be severe, and he socked on the fines with many a tear. A ten-year-old, boasting to a schoolmate of his father’s establish ment, put it as follows: “My father can do almost anything. lie’s a notary public, a 'pothecary, and can I nil teeth, and he’s a horse doctor, and he can mend wagons and things and can play tho fiddle, and lie's jackass at all trades.” Mrs. Bloomer, if tlio good soul ia I stili alive, must be profoundly dis- . gusted, in these days, not so much at tho disregard of her teachings on the part of women, as by the ten dency of men’s overcoats to assumes the semblance of those garments which have kept one-half of the race in a condition of degradation and subjection. A nice paper that Newport Express will be! The editor says, “Weshall publish notiiing, however, that any one can take offence at.” A gontleman was once- riding in Scotland by a bleaching ground, where a poor woman was at work watering her webs of linen cloth He asked her where she went to church, what she heard on the pre ceding <lay, and how much she re membered. She could ifht even toll the text of the last sermon. “ And what good can the preaching do you,” said lie, “if you forget it all?” “Ah, sir,” replied tho poor woman, “it you will look at this web on the grass, you will see as fast as over 1 put tho water on it the sun dries it all up, and yet, sir, I see it gets whi ter and whiter!" DELINQUENT SALE. ntVTOX MLB A*ll SIIA 111 Minim; Compmuy,—Locution of irln.i pul place nf busmens, San Fram lam. Call fomia. Location of works, Devil's Gate District, Lyon county, Nevada. "Notice.—There are delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assess ment (No. 1) levied on tin* 10th day of December. 1874. the several amounts set oppo site the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: First Issue. No. of No. of Names. Cert. Shares. Amt. Old Shs. Caspar Haupt.71... .5... .312*.. .$312 50 V A Sawyer. 2-5* . .343 *,»... 343 75 F A Sawyer.101.. .34 * .2156*.. .2156 2*> F Kline:.16... .5... .312*. ...312 .50 C Hal>b.15.... 5-312 *... 312 50 Second Issue. Dean WE. Trustee. 78. .100... .333*. ...333 35 Third Issue. Cahill E A Co, Trustees. .584.20-$20 00 Cahill K & Co, Trustees. .925.50.... 50 .. Cahill E & Co, Trustees.1452.10- 10 .. Cahill E fc Co, Trustees..1531.10-10 .. Charles H A. Trustee.34.10- 10 .. Charles H A, Trustee.35.5- 5 .. Charles H A. Trustee.263.20.... 20 .. Charles H A, Trustee.418... .100... .loo .. Charles H A, Trustee.... .419... .100... .100 .. Charles H A, Trustee.421.50- 50 .. Charles H A. Trustee.422.50.... 50 .. Charles H A, Trustee.423.60- 50 .. Charles H A, Trustee.424.15- 15 .. Crocker J H. Trustee.786. ...20- 20 .. Crocker J H. Trustee.917.30.... 30 .. Crandall W G, Trustee.. .480.20.... 20 .. Dean W E. Trustee.143... .2(H)... .200 .. Dean W E, Trustee.‘145-100-100 .. Dean WE. Trustee.359.35.... 35 .. Dixon T H. Trustee.1845.10- 10 .. I Dixon T H, Trustee.1846.5 5 .. Dixon R S. Trustee.446-10O... .100 .. Dixon R 8, Trustee.821.4 4 .. Dixon R S. Trustee.1522.50.... 50 .. Duncan W L. Trustee.. .1337.1- 1 •• Dun. an W L, Trustee. . .1747.30- 30 .. Dun-'an W L. Trust* e.. .1877.25.... 25 .. Drexler L P & Co. Trus tees.663....100....100 .. Drexler L P & Co, Trus tees.C<2.50..,, 50 . • Drexler L P Co, Trus tees .1901.10.... 10 .. Dargan Moro, Trustee... 17%.20- 20 .. Dargan Moro. Trustee... 1945-100-100 .. Driscoll D k Co. Trust's. 1687.1«-10 .. Fisher E, Trustee.1332.50.... 50 .. Fisher E, Trustee.1579.20 - 20 .. Fisher E. Trustee.1775.10- 10 .. Fisher E. Trustee.2038.50.. „ 50 .. - Fisher E, Trustee.2039.50.. . 50 .. Fox C W, Trustee. 626.10.... 10 .. Fox C W. Trustee.1036.10.... 10 .. Fox C W. Trustee.1553_100... .100 .. Fox C W, Trustee. l ~4.50.... 50 .. Fry EM. Trustee.2022.50.... 50 .. Glazier I & Co, Trustees. .189.20 20 .. Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. .224.5- 5 .. Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. .531....100....100 .. Glazier 1 Ac Trustees. 7s*).50-50 Glazier I & Co, Trustees. .807.50.... 50 .. Glazier I & Co, Trustees. .881.20- 20 .. Glazier I k Co, Trustees..893.10.... 10 Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. .911.5- 5 .. Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. .918.20- 20 .. Glazier I & Co. Trustees. 1100... .1(H)... .100 .. Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. 1103... .loo... .100 .. Glazier 1 Ac Co, Trustees. 1110.50.... 50 .. Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. 1140.50.... 50 .. Glazier I k Co, Trustees. 1101.20.... 20 .. Glazier T Ac Co, Trustees. 1220.5- 5 .. Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. 1229 .. ..5- 5 .. Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees.1042.10- 10 .. [ Glazier I Ac Co, Trustees. 1003.5- 5 .. ■ Glazier T Ac Co. Trustees. 1009.5- 5 .. Glazier I k Co, Trustees.1711.10- 10 .. Glazier I k Co, Trustees. 1751.5.... 5 .. Glazier I & Co, Trustees. 1701.30- 30 .. Glazier I k Co, Trustees. 1973... .100-100 .. Gordon C r. Trustee.504.50.... 50 .. Gordon C P, 'Trustee.500.50 50 .. Gordon C P, Trustee_1594.5- 5 .. Gordon C P, Trustee... .1595.1- 1 Gever Phillip_unissued.3*- 0 50 Hunt G II, Trustee.029.34.... 34 .. Holmes A Ac Co, Trust’s..1915.5- 5 .. Kent It F. Trustee. 1372.50.... 50 .. Kent It F. Trustee.1500.10- 10 .. King Jos L, Trustee.2002.5- 5 .. King Jos L, Trustee.2011... .100... .100 .. Lazure L T. Trustee.919.25- 25 .. Latham J II Ac Co, Trus tees.10 2_100_100 .. Latham J H Ac Co., Trus tees.HI.25. .. 25 .. MeKcnty J. Trustee."94.1- 1 . Mohrhardt P F, Trustee.1507.10- 10 .. Noble H H. Trustee.1....100. ..100 .. Noble H H. 'Trustee.293.50.... 50 .. Noble H H, Truste..545... .UK)-100 .. Noble H H, Trustee.002-100-100 .. Noble H H. Trustee.1008.10.... 10 .. Noble H H, Trustee.1002.lo.... 10 .. Noble HH. Trustee.1329.50.... 50 .. Noble H H, Trustee.1304.20.... 20 .. Noble H H. Trustee.1377.... 100-100 .. Noble II H Ac Co, Trus tees .1447....100_100 .. AOlIll' 11 11 i\ HUS tees. ..1405.10 10 .. Noble II II t Co, Trus tees.1592.50.... 50 . Noble H II it Co, Trus tees.1593.20.... 20 . Noble II II it Co, Trus tees. 1612.50.... 50 . Noble II II it Co, Trus tees.1757_100....100 . Noble H H it Co, Trus tees.17(58_100 100 . Noble H H & Co, Trus tees.1940.10.... 10 . Noble H H it Co, Trus tees.2012.50.... 50 . Norwood W E, Trustee. .1338.10- 10 . Norwood W E, Trustee..1830.50.... 50 . Norwood W E, Trustee..1831.50-50 . N-.rwood W E, Trustee.. 1853-100-ltM) . Parker & Fry, Trustees... 125.lu-10 . Richardson F. A, Trustee.4(51.20.... 20 . Richardson E A, Trustee .•587.... 100... .KM) . Richardson E A. Trustee .749.10..,. 10 . Richardson E A, Trustee. 1358... .KM)... .100 . Richardson E A, Trustee. 1308.10.,.. 10 . Richardson E A, Trustee.1374.10.... 10 . Richardson E A, Trustee.1388.50- 50 . Richardson E A, Trustee.1821.20- 20 . Richardson E A. Trustee.1825... .100... .KM) . Richardson E A, Trusteo.1954... .200... .200 . Richardson E A, Trustee.2027.50- 50 . Shelden H F, Trustee... .115... .100-100 . Shelden H F, Trustee.412... .100. ...100 . Shelden H F, Trustee... .413... .100... .100 . 8h( ld< 11 H r. ri ist( ■ . .. 704.50.... 50 . Shelden H F, Trustee.799... .Km). .. .1<M) . Silva Jos M.1497.... 50.... 50 . > Ten Geo s, 'Trustee... .2000.30.,.. 30 . Sciimied . hstadter & O'.. Trust. -.1247-1UU-1UU .. Schn. ied< 11, Hoc Ustadter He l Jo.. Trustees.1250.10.... 10 .. 8c’ii.dodell, Hochstadter Am o., Trustees.1300.10-10 .. S« limiedell, Hochstadter & Co., Trustees.1568.10.... 10 .. schmiedell, Hochstadter k Co,, Trustees.1609.40.... 40 Schmiedell, Hochstadter A Co., trustees.1878.20- 2C .. Schmiedell, Hochstadter A Co., Trustees.1924-.. .100... .100 Schmiedell, Hochstadter it Co., Trustees.1925... .100... .100 .. Turnbull W it Co., Trus tees.1420.20.... 20 .. Turnbull \\iit Co., Trus tees.1577.50- 50 .. Tener R E, Trustee.87.50.... 50 .. Tener R E, Trustee.401.50.... 50 .. Tener R E, Trustee.1978.50- 50 .. VimontJN, Trustee.748.5- 5 .. Wade A P. Trustee.3.50.... 50 Wade A P, Trustee.278... .100... .100 Wade A P,Trustee.377... .100... .100 .. Wade A P, Trustee.378....100....1(H) .. Wade A P, Trustee.379... .100... .1(H) Wade A P, Trustee.• 1057.... 100.... 100 Woods k Freeborn, Trus tees.507....200....200 .. Woods & Freeborn, Trus tees.785.20.... 20 .. Woods it Freeborn, Trus tees.1043....100....100 .. Warren J B, Trustee... .1701.20.... 20 .. And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Directors, made on the tenth (10th) day of December, 1874, so many shares of each parcel of si«ch stock as may be neces sary will be sold at public auction, at the office of the Company, room No. 19, Hay ward’s building. No. 419 California street, San Francisco, California, on TUESDAY, the 2d day of February, 1875, at the hour of One o’clock P. M. of such day, to pay the de linquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale W. E. DEAN, Secretary. Office—Room No. 19, Hayward’s building, No. 419 California street, San Francisco, Cal. - THE LYON COUNTY “TIMES!” HewsP4peiJ 4 joB PRINTING OFFICE! SI 1.1'Ell CITY..NEVADA. The Times rs Published I TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SUNDAY OF EACH WEEK, And contains all tha Local News of Storey and Lyon Counties, together with the Associated Press Dispatches FROM THE EAST AND WEST, And a carefully Selected Summary of news from all parts of the STATE OF NEVADA, Compiled from our Exchangee. SUBSCRIBE FOR IT! You can have it delivered in VIRGINIA CITY, GOLD HILL, SILVER CITY, DAYTON or SFTRO, By Carrier.at 25 Cents per Week. By Mail.$5 for Six Months. — T^ie Timis offer* superior facilities to ADVERTISERS of VIRGINIA, GOLD HILL, SILVER CITY and DAYTON. The low price of subscription places it in the hand* of Families, Miners and Business Men alike. PRICES VERY LOW. Job Printing! Orders for Plain or Fancy Printing, such as | Posters, Circulars, Billheads, Letterheads, Cards, Stock Certificates, Promptly attended to, at Virginia Prices, and in a manner not to be excelled in the State. Address. “TIMES” OFFICE, Silver City, Nev. ARRIVE D ! by REQl'EST OF MANY FRIENDS, DR. FOWLER, OF CHICAGO, HAS RETURNED TO VIRGINIA CITY. and is at No. 87 SOI TH C S TREK l, where he will be pleased to see all who need his services. The Doctor has bad many years’ experience in the treatment of CHRONIC DISEASES, and feels confident that be can give satisfaction to those who will give him a trial. The I>oct r is a graduate of one of the oldest ami most reliable Medical Colleges of the East, and for the last three years has held a Professorship and lectured to a large medi cal class in one of the most enterprising Med ical Colleges of the city of Chicago, and has held the responsible position "t MEDICAL DIRECTOR and MEDICAL EXAMINER of the largest Life Insurance Company of that city. , LADIES—Those of you suffering from dis eases peculiar to your sex, call and get the Doctor’s opinion. Having had an extended practice in the line of your diseases among the rich and poor, his position in liis profession has given him ac cess to all the modern improvements of the day. There is no branch of the profession that has made the advancement as that per taining to the treatment of your diseases. IIo uses new medicines, and his inode of treat ment is entirely new in this section of the country, and he guarantees satisfaction. CATARRH he never fails to cure, and it is the first step to Consumption or Bronchitis. Those suffering from any affection of the Heart. Throat or Lungs will do well to consult him. RHEUMATISM is so difficult to handle, yet the Doctor can show many testimonials of per fect cures, even in this city. Call and see the Doctor. He charges you nothing for his opinion, and if ho prescribes you will find liis charges light. OFFICE HOURS—FROM 9 A. M. TO 12 M., AND FROM 3 TO 6:30 P. M. H. R. FOWLER, M. D., No. 8>7 South C street. Application for Patent. NOTICE No. 247. U. S. SURVEY NO. 96. 1*. S. Land Office, Caiujon City, Nevada, January 6th, 1875. rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT Louis Goldbtone, David L. Hastings, Claus Becker, J. M. Kirby, Cornelius Osborn, ami W. L. Woods have, by Louis Goldstone, whose Post office address is Silver City. Lyon County. Nevada, this day. made application for a United States Patent title for one thousand (1,000) linear feet of the Grant Lode, bearing gold and silver, with surface ground four hundred (4()(i) feet if width, embracing the top or apex « f said h do where apparent; the same being situate ii Devil’s Gate and Chinatown Mining District Lyon County, State of Nevada, and officially platted, surveyed, and designated by the lT. S Surveyor General of Nevada as l'. s. Survey or Lot No. 90, in Township 10 North, Rang) 21 East, M. D. M., and described upon th surface by the Plat and Fit Id Notes on file ii this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Post No. 1, located in thl Town Site of Silver City, about 25u feet m rt of the Cemetery.whence the Kossuth ILdstiit Works bear S. a deg. 40 min. E.; The Alhan bra Hoisting Works bear S. 1 deg. •'»() min. W the School-House bears N. si) deg. 40 min. W and tin* quarter section corner on the w* > line of Section 9, T. 10, N. R. 21 E.. M. I>. M bears N. 4M deg. 40 min. West, distant 90 feet; and running thence from said Post N 1 N. 09 deg., E. 200 feet to Post No. 2: thenc N. 21 deg. W. 1.000 feet to p, st No. 0; them S. 09 deg. W. 400 feet to Post No. 4; themd S. 21 deg. E. 1000 feet to Post No. 5, am thence N. 09 deg. E. 200 feet to the place o beginning, containing 9 lS-loo acres; course ami bearings from True Meridian, mag. var lOV deg. E. The said 1,000 f< rt of the ly^ herein applied for extending northerly fr*.’ i ue MMim owuinuu.\ um- mini i. i hereinbefore described. The Twin Claim, or Lot No. 44, adjoins upon the westerly side <* the Lot No. '.Mi herein sought to be patented. The said Grant Lode or Claim herein ap plied for was originally Recorded March 8th. 1878, in Book •• I," at Folio 858, Records ot said District, kept at Silver City, Nevada. ADOLPHUS WAITZ, Register. Hoyt, Seabs & McKf.e, Attorneys, San Francisco. ja7-65d ASSESSMENT NOTICE. SAN FRANCISCO GOLD AND SILVER Mining C impany. — L< icatii »n oi .Pi cipal Place of Business, Virginia City, Storey County. Nevada. —Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Trustees, held on the ‘Jtith day of December. 1874. an Assessment i No. 4> of One Dollar (*1) per Share was levied upon ! the Capital Stock of the Corporation, payable immediately in United States Gold Coin, to the Secretary, at the Office of the Company. No. till South C Street, Virginia City, Nevada. Any stoek upon which this Assessment shall remain unpaid on the g'.itli day of January, 1875, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale, at public auction; and unless payment j be luade before, will be sold on MONDAY, ! the 1st day of March, 1875, to pay the delin quent assessment thereon, twg» tlier with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. GEO. C. CURRIE, Secretary. ; Office—No. 20 South C Street, Virginia, Nev. -- SILVER CITY LUMBER YARD WEBB & EYiULLARD, PROPRIETORS. Dealers in all kinds of LUMBER, SIIINOLES, DOORS, WINDOWS) BLINDS) MOLD I NOS) ETC., ETC., ETC’. WOOD TURNING, SCROLL SAWING, and all kinds of Carpenter’s Finish. Main Street, - - Silver City. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, ALTA PLANING MILLS, D STREET.VIRGINIA GOLD HILL LUMBER YARD MAIN STREET, - - GOLD HILL, | JUST ABOVE THE RAILROAD CROSSING. B. H. CARRICK & CO. PROPRIETORS. Pi.m:am» kkbwood ceilixo Oregon Pine Flooring, Rustle Pine and Redwood, California Sugar Pine, Plain and Fancy Pickets, Plain and Fancy Pine and Redwood Shingles, Siding, Lath. Moldings, Doors, Blinds, Windows, Transoms. Etc. 4 B. H. CABBICK & OO. P. B A R N E S’ LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, ! MAIN STREET, DAYTON — Horses Boarded aud Groomed b' Careful Attendants. SVThe best Single and Double Turnouts to ' be found in the State constantly on hand. DOCTOR THOMAS, CONSULTING PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. (From Filmland), Has arrived in Virginia City, and located at the Corner of UNION A SOUTH C STREET, (Up-Stairs) nearly opposite the Inter national Hotel. OFFICE HOURS, FOR PRIVATE CONSULTATION, from 0 A. M. to 5 P. M. and G to 8 P. M. DR. THOMAS RADI ATED AT THE ROYAL COLLEGE of Surgeons, England; the Royal Col lege of Physicians, London; and Liebeg’s University of Gressau, Germany, in thejrears 1859 and 18G4, receiving his Diploma as Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. England; Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians. London; and Doctor of Medicine of the University of Gressau. These diplo mas may be seen in the Doctor's office. DOCTOR THOMAS’ treatment of Special DISEASES of the GENERATIVE ORGANS has been without parallel. It is based purely upon pathological principles, is perfectly safe, speedy and permanent in its effects, never for a single hour preventing the patient from following his daily occupation, but on the contrary imparting tone to the nervous and muscular systems with astounding rapidity. To the Young, Middle Aged and Elderly Men, Who suffer from Seminal Weakness. Nervous Debility, Debilitating Dreams, Lowness of Spirits. Lassitude, Desire to Avoid Society. Giddiness, Dimness of Sight, Syphilitic, Con tagions or Skin Diseases, Affections of the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, and Urethra: See Dr. Thomas at Once! I iTo wni Ot/innmhlv investigate vonr disease, .*■ pleasure in nsKTfig n snare nry>Tfr>Mf» )nn :iage, assuring one and ali that THE TABLE II be found to eontain the choicest delicacies markets of the State afford, and no pains II he spared to make the stav of guests com- i 'table. * ; I,. THE ROOMS « i f k large and veil ventilated, and will l>e found be kept cleanly throughout. \ 31 JOHN BENNETTS. !arnum Restaurant! v Main Street. Silver City. CBN FROM 5 A. M. TILL 12 MIDNIGHT, ( ■ HIE Proprietor takes pleasure in calling P ■ the attention of the citizens of Silvef j fly to tin fact that the above Restaurant will a > opened on MONDAY. November ‘.'th. It e' $11 be lirst-elass thr. ugliout. None but 1 -. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. VIRGINIA CITY COAL COMPANY.— V Locution of Pri..v ipal Place of Business, Virginia City. Nevada. Location of Works. 1.1 Dorado Canyon. Lyon County. Nevada.— Notice is 1;erel>y iven, that at a Meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Company, held on the Ninth (i>th) day of January, A. D. 1ST'), a.; Assessment (No. .*>) of Ten (10) Cents per share was It vied on the capital stock, of said Company, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company. Room No. 7. Medin Building. No. 10 North C Street, Virginia City. Nevada. And any stock upon which this Assessment shall remain unpaid on MONDAY, the Eighth (8th) day of February, A. D. 187m shall he deemed delinquent, ami will be duly advertised ft r sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the Tenth (loth) day of March, A. 1>. 187"). t<> pay de linquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. F. C. LORD. Secretary. Office—Room/No. 7, Medin Building. No. IC North C Street. Virginia City, Nevada. Notice 02 Assessment. Daney gold and silver mining Company. — Location of Principal Place of Business, San Francisco, California. Location of Works, Lyon County, State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 12tli day of January, 1875, an Assessment (No. 12) of Seventy.hve (75) Cents per Share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corporation, payable immediately, in United States gold unci silver coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, No. 320 California street. Room No. 5. San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the l(»th day of February, 1875, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on TUESDAY, the Ninth day of March, 1875, to pay the delin quent assessment, together with costs of ad vertising and expenses of sale. GEO. R. SPINNEY, Secretary. Office—No. 320 California Street, Room No. 5, San Francisco, California._ Estate of G. C. LANGTRY. DECEASED. T^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE .1^1 Undersigned, Executrix and Executor oi the above-named Estate, to the Creditors of. and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the neces sary vouchers, within ten months from the tirst publication of this notice, to the under signed, at the Office of the Lyon Mill and Mining Company, Main Street, in Dayton, Lyon County, Nevada. Dated at Dayton, January *21st, 1875. ADDIE S. LANGTRY. Executrix. JOHN LANGTRY, Executor. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE TAXES on the proceeds of Mines and Mining Claims for the Quarter ending December 31st, 1874, ure now due and payable, anil that the laws with regard to their collection will be strictly enforced. O. E. NASH, County Assessor, Lyon County, Nevada. Dayton, Nev., Jan. ‘24. 1875. TRUSTEES MEETING. SOUTH DAYTON GOLD AND SILVER Mining Company. — There will be a Meeting of the Trustees of the South Dayton Gold and Silver Mining Company held at Philip Geyer’s Saloon, Silver City, Lyon County, Nevada, on MONDAY, February 1st, 1875, at 4 o’clock P. M., for the purpose of transacting important business that may come before the meeting. PAUL GROSS, President. Silver City, Nev., January 13, 1875, DELINQUENT TAX LIST. State of Nevada, County of Lyon, District Attorney’s Office. T^TOTICE OF SLITS COMMENCED.— .1.W To the following named defendants, and to all owners of or claimants to the Real Estate and Improvements thereon, or im provements when assessed separately, here inafter described, known or unknown, you are hereby notified that suits have been com menced in the Justice's Court, Silver City Precinct, in Lyon County, Nevada, by the State of Nevada. Plaintiff, against each of the Defendants hereinafter named, and of each of the following described tracts or parcels of land, with the improvements thereon, and improvements when separately assessed; and all owners of or claimants to the same, Known or unknown, to recover the tax delinquency assessed to said defendants, against said property, for the fiscal year, commencing January 1st. A. I). 1874, and end ing December 31st, A. D. 1874, and that a Summons lias been duly issued in each case. And you are further notified, that unless you appear and answer the complaint filed in said cause, on or before the 18th day ot Feb ruary. A. D. 1875. at 10 o’clock A. M. of that day, judgment will be taken against you and the reul estate and improvements herein described, for the amount of tax and delin quency specified, and costs of suit. Henry Griffin, and the leal estate and improvement**, in Lyon County, de scribed as follows, to-wit : Small dwelling house and lot on west side of American Ravine, south of N. Griffin’s. Silver City. Amount. $3 70 West* rn I'nion Telegraph Company, and the improvements on real estate, in Lyon County, described as follows, to wit: ll^j miles of liuc and poles, running easterly from C. P. R. R. 10 miles; line and poles from Half-Way House, Carson road, by way of Dayton to Devil’s Gate, Silver City; also about 40 miles of line and poles run ning from Storey County boundary Easterly to Westerly line of Churchill County, with instruments in two tffflces. Amount. 50 50 Phelps Consolidated Mining Company, and the real estate, in Lyon County, described as follows, to wit: Land Claim on Gold Canyon, Lot 120, 30 20-100 acres: a Is**, Lot 127, 23 35-100 acres, as per Ross Browne's Survey and map of Silver City. Amount.... 37 OO Florida Gold and Silver Mining Com pany. and the improvements, in Lyon Comity, described as follows, to wit: Engine and improvements on Florida mine, east of American Flat road, and north of Lime Kila. Amount.. 37 OO GEO. W. KEITH, TMstriwt Attorney. R. A. COOKE, She’jiff of Lyon Co. j By GEO. W. SHAW, Dep. Sheriff, Lyon Co. Dayton, January 13, A. D. 1875. DELINQUENT TAX LIST. State of Nevada, County of Lyon, District Attobney’s Office. OTICE OF SUITS COMMENCED.— Xw To the following named defendants, and to all owners of, or claimants to Real Estate, and improvements thereon, or im provements when assessed separately, here inafter described, known or unknown: You are hereby notified that suits have been commenced in the Justice’s Court. Day ton Precinct, Lyon County, Nevada. By the State of Nevada. Plaintiff, agaiust each of the Defendants hereinafter named, and each of the following described tracts or pan els of land, with the improvements thereon . and improvements when separately assessed ; and all owners of, or claimants to the same known or unknown, to recover the tax and delinquency assessed to said defendants, against said property, for the fiscal year, commencing January 1st. A. D. 1874, and ending December 31st, A. I). 1874; and that a summons lias been duly issued hi each case. And you art- further notified, that unless you appear and nnswt r the complaint filed in said cause, on or before the 15 ah day of Feb ruary. A. I). 1875. at 10 o’clock A. M. of that day, judgment will be taken against you, and the real estate and improvements specified,, and costs of suit. Daniel McLaren, and the real estate and improvements in Lyon county, de scribed as follows, t -wit: Lot with corals, blacksmith shop, ami saloon, building and improvements, Dry town, Wadsworth. Amount.$32 00 J. W. Killin. and the real estate and improvements m Lyon County, de scribed as follows, to wit: Saloon and lot in town of Sutro-Lot G, Block 572. Amount. G 40 James Kempsey. ami the real estate and improvements in Lyon County, New, described as follows, to wit : Small dwelling house ami lot, in Town of Sutro; Lot 5, Block 572. Amount... G 40' Michael Collins, and the real estate and improvements in Lyon County, de scribed as follows, to wit : Small cabin and lot, east side of Second street. Dayton. Amount. 1 GO John Holloway, ami the real estate and improvements in Lyon County, described ns follows, to wit: Small house about 4 miles east of Wads worth, known as the Four-mile House, Sand Springs Road. Amount. 6 40 William Cook, and the real estate and improvements in Lyon County, de scribed as follows, to wit: 160 acres Possessory claim; 20 acres cleared ; Mason's Valley, Section 9, Range 25 East. Amount. G 40 P. Ganey A Co., and the real estate and improvements, in Lyon County, described as follows, to-wit: Cabin and lot on east side of Carson street, adjoining Crockett, south, Town of Dayton. Amount. 1 60 John Sullivan, and the real estate and improvements described as follows, to-wit: First Cabin on right hand side of road leading from Tunnel’ to Shaft No. 1, in Lyon County, Nevada. Amount.... 1 60 GEO. W. KEITH, District Attorney, li. A. COOK, Sheriff. By GEO. W. SHAW, Deputy Sheriff. Dayton, Lyon County, Nevada, ) January 13, A. 1>. 1875. ) SUMMONS. STATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF LYON, SS.—In the District Court of the Third Judicial District —The State of Nev ada sends to J. V. DAVIS, Greeting: You are hereby gammoned to appear in an action commenced against you, as defendant, by M~ MEYElt and (\ H. STEGMAN. as plaintiffs* in the District Court of the Third Judicial District, in and for the County of Lyon, State of Nevada, at Dayton, in snid county, and answer the Complaint therein, which is on file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten days al ter the service on you of this sum mons (exclusive of the day of service), if served in said County, or twenty days if served out of said County but within said District, and in all other cases forty days; or judgment by default will be taken against yon, according to the prayer of the said complaint. Tlje said action is brought to obtain judg ment against you for $999 75-100, and interest on $799 79-100 from September 24th, 1874, at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, and in terest on $200 from May 19, 1873, at the rato of two per cent, per month; all to be paid in United States Gold Coin—for Goods, Wares and Merchandise sold said Defendant, by Plaintiff, amounting to $085 29; and Black smithing done for snid defendant by Daniel Swart, amounting to $114 50; and for amount of Note given by you, the said defendant, to Daniel Swart for $200, dated May 19th, 1873, at two per cent, a month interest: which last account and note have been sold and trans ferred to plaintiffs; all of which will more fully appear by complaint filed herein. And you are further notified that if yoir fail to appear and answer the said complaint* the said plaintiffs will apply to the Court for j the relief prayed for in their complaint, and take judgment for the said sum and interest, , besides costs. I In Testimony whereof, I, J. A. Bonham* 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, this 9th day of January, A. D. 1875. S J. A. BONHAM, Clerk of the District Court of the Third Judicial District. Nevada. Jf Powell, Jit., Attorney for Flaintiffe.