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1'HK SILVER STATE.
Kilt at day__...fteptombfr 85. IKS®. IILL1NQ1EVF NOTICE. SHEBA SILVER MHHV» CO*P»NY. Location of principal plane of business, San Francisco, California; location of Works, Hum boldt county, Nevada N0T1CE.—There are rtelicquen*, upon the following described stock, on account of assess ment No, 10, levied on the 20 day of May, 1879, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: NO. NO. CERT. SHARES. AM’T ad. 100 ? 6 00 \ on’ A P .. 7 !00 (! 00 \llnn’ A D . 8 100 6 00 Sin::;::::.» ^ r,oo Allen AD....... 70 7«0 6 00 'Forbes. Chas. trustee.202 9620 677 20 Uoisse, Geo F.772 100 6 00 Halsey, A. trustee.183 1000 60 00 Hall Charles, trustees..225 600 30 00 Johnson, Mrs. M J.177 7000 420 00 Kraner PH .206 1006 60 00 Kraner) P H. trustee.219 6020 361 20 Kraner, P H, trustee.225 1006 60 00 Kinkead, Mrs Lizzie 1. ■» .143 1000 60 00 Kelly, J L K.7« 500 30 00 Kelly, .. 77 500 30 00 Kelly J L E. 7'7 500 30 00 Kelly, .. 77 700<l 60 00 Kelly, J L ..775> *50 15 00 Knox, C C.777 500 30 00 Knox CC..778 500 30 00 Knox CC.77» 500 30 00 Knox CC.1*0 '560 30 oO Kinkead, J ..224 70(7 6 00 Martinez, R trustee.150 500 30 00 Martinez, R trustee.151 500 30 00 Martinez, R trustee.152 506 30 00 Martinez, R trustee.......153 500 30 00 Martinez, R trustee.15-4 500 30 00 Martinez, R trustee.155 500 30 00 Martinez, rt trustee.-156 500 30 00 Martinez, R trustee...... -157 500 30 00 ■Owen, Jas. K....208 250 15 00 Preston, A B.-.166 500 JO 00 Preston, A B.167 500 30 60 Turner, Hubert..222 250 15 00 Wheeler, E D.171 1000 60 60 Whitely.ThOB. Co.trust,eesl95 500 30 00 Whitelv.Thos. Co.trnstee*106 5oO 30 00 Whitely.Thos. Co.trusteesl97 f>00 30 00 Whitelv.Thos. Co.trusteesl98 500 30 00 And'in accordance with law, and an ofder of the Board of Directors, made on the 20th day of May, 1879, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will lie soid at public auction at the office of the company, No. 112 Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cali fornia, on TUESDAY, the 22d day of JULY, 879, at the hour of 2 o clock r. m. of said day, to pay delinquent, assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the tale ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT Tne sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until THURSDAY, August 21, 1879. at the same hour and place Bv order of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until MONDAY, October 20th, 1879, at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until FRIDAY, December 19th. 1879, at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Di rectors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until TUESDAY, February 17th, 1889, at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Di re* tors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPON EM ENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until SATURDAY, April 17th, 1889, at the same hour ■and place. Bv order of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company i* hereby postponed until WEDNESDAY, .Tune 16, 1889. at the same hour and place. Bv order of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until MONDAY, August 16th, 1880, at the same hour and place. Br order of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is herehy postponed until FRIDAY, October 15th, 1880, at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Directors. ABB A rt AM HALSEY, Secretary. Jy44-td-anl6-td SALE OF STOCK. I will sell Thirty-five nr Forty Head of Cattle, consistin'.; of Cows. Calves and Beef Steers: also. THIRTY HEAD OF HORSES, MARES AND COLTS. I will sell the whole lot or any part of them. The Cattle and Horse* Ure gentle. I nave aR ► Home FARM WAGONS and Im plements, which I will sell cheap. W. W. CROSS. Winnemucca, August 48, 1881. tf HOMER DAVIS. .BLACKSMITH AND WAGON MAKER. Corner Railroad and Second Streets. MVINNCMI <’< 1..NEVADA. NEVADA STANDARD AND LIGHT WEIGHT WAGONS, HAJiD WOOD LUMBER, IRON AND COAL Always on hand ami for sale at prices to suit the times. Ftps Fixtures and Couplings, VIate Pipe Fillings Etc. ’ May 1879. LADIES, *EA*? | I DON'T FAIL TO SEND YOUR ORDERS TO c. H. STEVENS & CO., Corner of Eighth and .1 Streets, SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, — KOR— D R Y G O O-D-S -! Ladies’ and Children’s Shoes! Ti you aisit Sacramento, don’t fail to CALL UPON US! We Guarantee Satisfaction IN ALL CASES, AND ttNE PRICE TO ALL! SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICE LIST. Kutterlck’s Monthly Fashion Paper Free! t3T We buj' all kinds of goods outside of our stock AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. tST SEND TO C. H. STEVENS & CO., Corner of Eighth and J Streets, Sacramento. 8lO-Sm ORIENTAL 1IALL SALOON -AND BILLIARD ROOMS, Corner of Bridge and Third Sts., Winnemucca, BEX. ST#Vi:i(, Proprietor. The undersigned begs leave to inform his friends and the public that he is now the pro prietor of the above elegant Saloon and Billiard Hall, anil assures them that they will find it one o the most pleasant resorts in town. The Bar is stocked with the best brands of WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC.. ETC. A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE will always be found in good order. In connection with the Saloon a Large and t'ommodioiiM Ball, The use of which will lie free for all public meetings and home entertainments. BEN STONER. Winnemucca, February 17, 1880 tf CITY BREWERY! WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA. KIED A HIXKEY.PROPRIETORS. We are now established in the BREWING BUSINESS, and keep constantly on hand a ilrst-class article of PARE LAGER BEER! Made from the best quality of ma't and hops Lager Beer Delivered Daily To customers in all parts of the town of Win numucea. ^TOrlers from points along the rail road cr elsewhere will be filled without delay. ^arSend orders to F. RIED, City Brewery. Winnemucca, Nev., May 14, 1880. tf FASHION SAMPLE ROOMS BRIDGE STREET, WIKNKMl'CCA, NEVADA. Frank M. Fellows.Proprietor. Fine Wines and Liquors, IMPORTED CIGARS, —AND— HILWiVKEK KEEK, ALWAYS ON HAND. £2TC ALL AND SAMPLE. FRANK M. FELLOWS. Winnemucea, December 4, 187t>. tf TELEGRAPH SALOON, Bridge Street, Winnemucea, James Thacker, Proprietor, This popular saloon and favorite resort is now conducted by JAMES THACKER, wh> will be happy to meet at his new place of busi ness his many friends and the public generally. He <tun assure them that he will keep on hand the choicest brands of fine Wines, Llouors, Cigars, Etc. The saloon is furnished with an elegant and first-class BILLIARD TABLE, for the accom modation end amusement of patrons. Remember the Old Stand, next to Stevens' Drug Store, myJi-tf MECHANICS’ STOR E , S A C R AMENTO. “Thegood* «rd<sm«l Iron. yon c«m.r safely and promptly at hand. We And yonr goods perfectly satlsfaetory, «nd yimr price* so much lower than what w e hate Lee,, paging, that we shall certainly recommend yonr house to our friends and do iW to, I ore twidlus with you.” The above romurks are quote.] from a letter received from one ot our customers in the interior, and is a fair sample of too compliments'we daily receive from people living m all parts of the d’aoifie Coast. The time has parsed sehen people living hi all parts of the country were forced to pay ENORMOUS PRICES, Aud not.- content themselves with the small and meager assortment of goods usually found its I_N—T—E—R—I—O—R 8—T—O— R—E-8—. It now lies within the reach of every man, woman or child on the Pacific I oast or elsewhere to ■:is_ e-w-d.to lT~*“\“vr;7::77. And thereby obtain an article of WEARING APPAREL as low as it can bt bought ir< any part of the United States, New York, Boston or C hicago not excepted, We hare abundant proof of this, from the fact that thousands who formerly sent orders to Chicago and other Eastern cities, now firsl it wore profitable to ordei their goods from us. . rt + + ++n___ ~ TT TT OUR COUNTRY ORDER DEPART JI E N T Is well and thoroughly organized, every ORDER received being PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, a twenty-flve-eent order receiving the same care and attention as one for a hundred dollars. Send your address, asking for a p-r-1-C-E L-—I-S-T-, And you will receive one, giving a complete list of prices and tire different lines of goods that we carry, consisting of NEW GOODS, FANCY GOODS, MENS’ FURNIS1HNCI GOODS, MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTIIINO, Hats. Caps, Millinery, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises. Etc. As we have hut one and the same price to all, those sending orders do just as well and buy just as low as if they stood in front of our counters. REMEMBER, WE HAVE NO BRANCHES ! -oo OUR HOUSE IS T II j E ME C II A N I C S ’ STORE, NEW SI'MUCKS, 400, 40i. 401, 400. AND 1#S k STREET, SACRAMENTO, CALI FORNIA. Address nil letters to WLINSTOCK & LUBIN, Proprietors. Sacramento, Cal. ___la->t tf C. CHENOWETH, WJ NX EM UCCA,i NEVADA. Cash Store, at Bottom Prices}! NEWS DEPOT! DEALER IN Books, Stationer)', News Matter, Light Literature, Blank Books, Legal Blanks, of all kinds, I’ietures and Muslr, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, AST Toys, Novelties and Fancy Notions, 't£A CTTLEKY AND JKHIIIIIV, Furnishing Goods and Toilet Articles. FAMILY GROCERIES -AND P—R—0—V—I—S—I—0—N—8-! Fresh Canned Goods, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Nuts, Candies, Green and Dried Fruits, an Barden and Brass Meed*. rgfOrders from the country promptly filled C. CHENOWETH. Winnemueca, January If), 1880. tf SILYER STATE SALOON. Y. PICARD, Proprietor. This new and elegantly furnished Saloon is now open to the public, and is stocked with the choicest and best brands of Wines, Liquors, ( lgnrs, Ele. And fresh and Creamy Lager. The Saloon is furnished with an ELI P TIC POOL TABLE. For the amusement of Patrons. IltllDOK HTRKKT, WlNNKMfCCA, NEVADA. Next Moor to Staunton's Building Call and see me. septl2 78tf. Y. PICARD. CAUTION! The public are hereby cautioned not to pur chase or negotiate for County Warrant No. 78-16, drawn in favor of J. H. Job, for 861 00, on the Redemption Fund,-as the same has been lost and the payment of the same has been stopped by notifying the County Treasurer TRUSTEES HUMBOLDT LODGE, No. 16. 1. O. O. F. Winnemueca, Nev , July 10, 1880. tf DENTISTRY. — C. AY. JOHNSTON, MEN tist, has opened an office in Mrs. Clark's house, next door to the City Drug Store, and is now pre pared to do work in all the dif elrent branches of Dentistry. Winnemueca, August 16, 188a ARLINGTON HOTEL. OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT, WINN'EMCCCA.NEVADA. S. IS. HiiuIips, Proprietor. The undersigned takes pleasure in announc ing that he has taken charge of the above* named House for the accommodation of the public, and intends to conduct it in first class style. The Hull#*’ i# fumithed throughout tcith netc Furniture, Carpet# and Spring bed#. The Table will lie supplied with the best tlic market affords V Flr»l*clnss llnr is connected with the House, supplied with the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, tdT Every effort will he made to secure the comfort of guests. S. B. HUGHES. Winnemucea, Nev , July 8, 1880. tf “CAPITAL” SALOON. BRIDOE RTRKKT, WIXSKMLOCA. >. L. OITITRIK. W. J. BBLL. (ilTHKIE A DELL . Proprietors. This popular Saloon will hereafter l>e conduct ?d by the above firm, who will at all times he pleased to see their friends and the public. The oar has been restocked with the best quality of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, and furnished with a First-class BILLIARD TABLE. The proprietors aim to make the CAPITAL Icservedly the most popular resort in town. Attached to the Saloon is a LUNCH AND COFFEE STAND Where all the delicacies of the season can be procured at short notice, cooked to order, In the highest style of the culinary art. GUTHRIE A BELL. Winnemucea, February 11, 1880. tf MOUNTAIN BREWERY. RAILROAD stiikbt, WINNEMUCCA. - - - NEVADA. CHARLES KF.SLER itegs leave to announce t« bis friends and the public generally that since the lire he has built a NEW B R E W E R Y On Railroad Street, which is supplied with :PURE MOUNTAIN WATER,: And is now brewing LAGER BEER OF SUPERIOR QUALITY Equal to any and excelled by none. He is now prepared to supply his old custo mors and the public with Wholesome and in vigorating i<eer brewed from the best malt anu spring water, by the barrel, keg or quart, al prices to suit the times. Give him a *ral sac. t»! e winced Orders from all points will he promptly filled amrtO- 77b CHARLES KESLER Prop S. J. BONNIFIKLP, JR. 8. 8. GRASS. GRASS & BONNIFIELD, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. Will practice in all the State and Federal Courts of Nevada, Office III the Court House, at Oran*' for mer oJSee. sl-tf o. H. JOHNSON. M. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office :it City llrujt Store, Ilririgc Street. Otfice Hours—From 10 a. m. to 12 m. and from 7 r. m. to 9 p. m. Winnenuieca, June 13, 1878. T. C. HANSON, M, I>. PHYSICIAN a n p S U R GEO N tltllee »t C. .4, HeSaussure’s lire* Store. WINN EMUCCA.NEVADA. apl0-'7S-tf_ j7h. job, ( O I \ T 1 CLERK, HUMBOLDT county, nbvada. Acknowledgement* and Affidavits taken. Oppice: Court House, Winnemucca, Nevada jal.tf. j. .11. McMillan, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, And Acting District Attorney oj Humboldt Con ii ty. OIRre in I lie Court-house. Winnemucca, January 2, lsSO. tf M. S. BOW I FIELD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, VVINNEMICCA, NEVADA. Will practice in all the Courts in the State. aug.l3-tf. V H ASCII E N OIVETM, ('Ionlily sellout Superintendent, In* j rurame Agent, Comminaion Agent ami Notary Public ORiee—Rook store, near Corner of Bridge and Third Street*. Winiieiiiurcn,. Nevada. cknowledgemento. Affidavit* and Deposition* taken, and all Legal Instrument* of Transft r drawn with Care. maylh tf. LEO RLE F. Tt RRITTIN, l O I \ T 1 It Eroilltl, HCXBOI.DT COINTT, NEVADA, Will take Acknowledgments and Affidavit*. OIRre: four! House, Wlniiciunrr a jatCS-tf. L. L. RHIiARD, COUNT! ASSESSOR, IIUMDOLDT COt’NTT, NEVADA. OIRre: Court llon«e, VV inneuiurea ja5,ff D. VAN LENNEP. ASSAVI.lt. County and I. S. Mineral S U R V E Y O R. ORES AND MINERALS ASSAYED AND correct returns guaranteed. Will devote l it 11* 11 of each Week to rnak ing ASSAYS of ORE for Gold and Silver at ONE OOI.1.A It a sample. Oltlrc: At his residence on Lay street, b* tween First and Second, VVINNEMICCA.NEVADA. SADDLERY, HARNESS _AND .... HOOT AND SHOE STORE, Bridge Mreet, NVInweniiirra, Nevada, ( S eit Brick Building.) M. B. ST.4t .NTON ha* eonatwntly on hand a large assortment ol all kinds of Saddles, 11 arnes*. £ j. Spanish £ -g and Amer- “O lean liit*, * 0 Round or s ** Flat bridles, — (.'inches, Buck- -o— skins,Sheep- M. B. XTAINTO.N skins, Alum and Lace maxckactcrrs Leat her, Haw Hides, THE FINEST BOON'S, Reins, Kan garoo Reins, at tiik lowest pru rs. Saddle-trees, -o (Quick's Resttas, Hackumores, All styles of -o- — Whiplashes, M. B. STAUNTON, bridles, V\ hipstocks, S —-A—B——B -L—E Buggy Whips, Ruling Whips —ani>— blanket sheets for Horses, HARNESS MAKER, Hoods and ,, .. Buggy Robes, Bnagt Street, Winntrtnueca, Lnp Roties, General As n r. v a t> a . sort me nt of 5 -o-- Gloves, Best j? ss b rami a of £■ £• Boots, ail 5§ Kinds e f g_ * Ladies Calf, w Balmorals, Misses' Calf lialmorals. button Shoes. Misses and (Children's Leather Shoes of all kinds for sale at the lowest cash price. Boots made to order for all prices from *11 to *20 per pair Repairing in the Saddle, Harness and boot Department promptly at tended to. at prices to suit the times, boot* of the best brands sold as cheap as anywhere on the Pacific Slope. No light dress shoes for Lillies kept in stock. M. b. STAUNTON. je‘24.’79-tf Notice to School Trustees. SCHOOL EI KNITI BE FOB SALE. We, the undersigned, School Trustees of big' Meadows’School District, No ;t, in Humboldt 1 ountv, Nevada, offer for sale, cheap, an over plus of School Furniture, which is new and ha* not been in use, consisting of Desks for from thirty to forty scholars. For further parUtu lars, address PETER WEST, E. C. ASHER, J. H. TlliEK, . Trustee*. Lovelock, July 7, 1880. U