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l'HE SILVER STATE.
VrlJay..OrUtlM-r h. i«<w. DILhQI KAT NOiliU. BI1KHA SILVIA MININ# COMPANY. Location of principal place of* business, San Francisco, California; location of Works, Hum boldt county, N'evada NOriCii.-There are delinquent, upon the following desert wl stuo-c, on account of assess ment Nj, 10, levied on the 21 day of May, 1870, the several auiuuwsot opp note the names of the respective shareluiders, as follows: NO. NO. NAVES CRIir. SHAKES. am’t Allen, AD. . « « *> A*iten A D......» . ID 100 n 00 vorbe’s. Cnai tris.ee.2 *2 9020 577 20 tieisse Geo F.772 100 « 00 Halsey, A. trustee .Is3 1000 00 IX) Hall Chir.es, trustees. .226 500 30 (X) Johnson, Mr*. >1 J .7.7 <000 420 00 Kroner PH .206 1000 00 00 Kranor! 1* H. trustee.219 6020 361 20 Kraner, P H, trustee.22a HXX» fM) 00 • Kinkcad, Mrs Lizzie F-143 Moo 00 00 KurilV, J L 12 .500 30 00 KcUv J L K . 77 500 30 00 Kelly' J L E...72 500 30 00 KW v JhK . 74 10i>0 60 00 Kelly, JLK.179 250 15 00 K^iVcC .777 -500 30 00 Knox’cC .713 500 30 00 KjmxCC.119 500 30 00 Knox.CC .120 500 30 oO Kinkcad, Jtl .224 100 6 OO Martinez, K trustee.MO 500 30 <>0 Martinez, R trustee.1^1 WO 30 00 Martinez, K trustee.152 500 30 00 Martinez. R trustee .153 500 30 00 Martinez, R tr istee.154 500 30 00 Martinez. R trustee.155 500 30 00 Martinez, R trustee .156 500 30 oo Martinet, K trustee.157 500 30 oo Owen, Jas K.208 2.50 MOO , Preston, A B .1«« 508 .» 00 Preston; A B .1«7 509 30 00 Turner, Robert.222 250 M |0 Wheeler, E P .771 1006 60 Whitelv.Thos. Co.trustees195 500 30 oo Whitelv.Thos. Co.trustecsl96 5n0 30 00 Whitelv.Thos. Co.trusteesW 500 SO oo Whitelv.Thos. Co trusteesl98 500 3<> .10 And in accordance with taw, and an or.ler of the Board of Directors, made on the 20th day of Mav, 1879, so many shares of each parcel ot such stock as may be necessary, will be soul at public auction at the office o' the company.>. ♦12 MontM>men‘ street, San Francisco. <wl ornia, on TCKSPAY, the 22d dav of H'l.Y. *•879, at the hour of 2 o clock r. u. of said day, to niv delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertismsr and expenses of the w«n cosls aBRAHAM HALSEY. Secretary. POSTPONEMENT The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until THURSDAY. Amr’ist 21. tS79. at the same hour and place. Bv order o' the Board of Directors ABRVH.AM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of thft above named Comoanv is hereby postponed until MONDAY, October 20th. lS7fl, at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Directors. „ „ ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. postponement. The sale of delinquent s‘ock of the above nam'd Comoanv is hereby postponed until FRIDAY, December 10th. 1 S7!>, at the same hour and place. By order of the Board of Di rectors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. posroYEuevr. The sale of delinquent stock of the above named Company is hereby postponed until TUESDAY, February 17th, 1880, 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 SATURDAY, April 17th. ISSU. at the same hour -,nd place. Bv order of *he Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary POSTPONE HUNT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above na’ii cl Company is hereby postponed until WEDNESDAY, June Id, issu, at the same hour and place. Bv or ler of the Board of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. Tli; sale of delin pi ;nt stock of the above narn * 1 Comoanv is hereby postponed until MONDAY, An rust ldth, ISSU. at the same hour and place. P.r orde" of the Board of Directors. ABRAH AM HALSEY, Secretary. POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent stock of the above name 1 Comoanv is herehv postponed until ERID AY, October 15th, 1SS >. at the sauie hour and place. Bv order of the Boa-d of Directors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. jv2i-td anld-td S1LE OF STOCK. 1 will s -11 Thlrtvll't* or Forty lie ml of T-Ut* * e-ouiistiur of Civs, Calves and Beef fctee.-s also. Tll'RTY HEAD OK HORSES, MAH...' ANt* COLTS. 1 will sell the whole lot or iuv part of them. The Cattle and Horses are ,*enHe. I hv : ilsoso-ne FARM AVAOONS and Im jdet'.icnts, which 1 will sell cheap. ? W W. CROSS. Winnuinucca, August t*, 18.St tf HOME It DAVIS. BLACKSMITH AND WAGON MAKER. Corn-r Railroad and Second Streets. WIVUniKTI..NEVADA. —-- - - - NEVADA STANDARD AND LIGHT WEIGHT WAGONS, HARD WOOD LUMBER, IRON AND COAL Always on hand and for sale at prices to suit the times. Pipe PI .■* mill Couplings, Hate Pipe Fit lag* Etc. ~~ May 10, 1870. 1 A :»C9€LAHATI'©A. l<ie c»Yrrn«r of the Mt»te of Re* vh.Iii. In compliance with sect.on 03 of an Act of the Legislature, entitled “An Act relating to fcJect.ons,'’ approved March 12th ld7»— 1, John H. Ivinkk u, Governor of tlie State of Nevada, do heieby cfler u tewurd of u.nk Klu\l>R u Dollars f >r the arrest and conviction of any | erson guilty of a niisd, nieunor, and a ■ reward of Two lil'NDRKD Dollars for tlie uirest and conviction of any person gunty of felony, in vio ation of any of the provisions of tlie mores,iiil law. Hie above it winds w i.l be paid tili tlie aggregate amount paid out reaches tne j sum of ten thousand dollars. t_|-^v in witness where f, I have ticre \ . i unto set inv liand and caus.il the - sLAL , etl| „[ ;j,e - tale of Nevada to *__. * be alii veil. Done at Carson City, this 1st day of October, A. lb ls>7d. John h. kink bad, Governor of the State of Nevada. By tlie Governor. j isrKK Bauuock. Secretary of State. oltd A PRO VLAIIATI OX. By llic Governor of I lie Stale of Ne vada. In compliance with -ection One (1) of “An Act to Aseei tain am) Exp. ess the will of the People of the Mate of Nevada upon the subject of«\une;e lmmigrati n, ’ approved February 11th, 1S7U 1, Jo.in II. Kinkk'D, Governor of the State of Nevada, do hereby call upon I he electors ol this Nt te to signify at the General Electi n, to beheld NoVeinber'id, ISSO, their will as Hi the continuance or prohibition of e hincse hnmigra lion, i y placing upon their liahots “For « hi n se liniiiig at,on,’ if in favor there’ f, or “Against Chinese Immigration,” if opposed thereto. in witness whereof, I have here t i unto set my hand and caused the ( T Great Seal of the .-date of Nevada to ‘ —,—-* be aritxed. It tie at 1 arson City, this 1st day of October, A. It. ISsO. JOHN ll. KIN HEAD, Governor of the State of Nevada. By the Governor. Jasi’kii Babcock, Secre ary of State. oltd THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a never-faiing Cure for Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality, belli i mil Weakness, Spenna ton hnca. I, O s T II IN HOOD, Im potency. Paralysis, ami ail the terrible effects of self-abuse, Vouthiul Kollie-, an I Excesses in Maturer years — assituiie, .Noctorim Emission, Aversion to Soe.ety, Dimness of \ is ion, Noises in the Head, the vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, ami many other di senses that lead to insanity and death. lilt. AUNTIE will agree to forfeit Five Hundred Hollar* for a ease of this kind the VITAL RESTORATIVE (under his special advice ami treatment) will not cure, or for any thing impure or injurious found in it. DIC. Ill NT IE treats all Private Diseases success fully without mercury. Consultation I r- c. Thorough examination and advice, including analysis of urine, Sf> 00. Price of V ital Re storative, bd 00 a bottle; or four times thi quantity, #d«> o(); sent to any address upon re eeipt of price, <>r C. <>. 1>., secure from observa tion, and in private name ir desired, by 4 a.' uivtiv »i lk DIC. AUNTIE’S KIDNEY REMEDY. NKP1IKET14 TA1. cures all kinds of Kidney and liladder Complaint*. Gonorihoea, Gleet hetieorrhoea. For sale hy ail druggists; bl is a bottle, six bottles for So 00. DSC. AUNTIE’S DANDELION PILL? ire the best and cheapest DYSPEP-I t am ISILIOI S cure in the market. For sale by al Druggists. d27-ly DR. SPINNEY, NO. II KEARNY STREET, Treats All Chronic and Special Di seases. 1 O I X <; !H E X WHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM Till effects of youthful follies or indiscretion, " i! do well to'avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humani ty. DR. ^FINNEY will guarantee to forfeit s.iOO for every ease of Seminal Weakness or pri vate disease of any kind or character which he undertakes and fails to cure. llliMlUXfll.ll Ml'V. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuations of the bladder, often accompanied with a slight smarting or burning sensation and a weakening of the system in a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary depos its a ropy sediment will often lie found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will ap pear, or the color will be of a thin inilkish line, again changing to a dark and torpid appear mice. There are many men who die of this dif ficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the sec ond stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. wil guarantee a perfect cure in ail such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary or gans. Office Hours—10 to 4 and 0 to 8. Sundays, I'lomlOtoll a. m. Consultation free. Thor ough examination and advice, sf.'i. Call or address UK. SPINM1Y A ««>.. No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco. I*. S.—For Private Diseases of short stand ing, a full course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all instructions, will be sent to any address on receipt of 810. jyS-tf F. & A. M. Stated communications ol Winnemucca Lodge, No. 18, F. & A M., will be held at their Hall in Staunton’s new building on Saturday evening, September 18. Saturday evening, October 10. Saturday evening, November 13. Saturday evening, December 11. All Master Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. ALEX WISE, W. M. J E. Sabine, Soeretarv UllIBOLOT LOIMsE, XO. 10 I. or O. F. REGULAR MEETINGS every Thursday Evening at their Hall in Staunton’s new building at 7J P.B. until further notice FERD. R1ED, N. O. J. E. Sabine Secretary. , EQUALISATION NOTICE. September Term Heard of Equalization, in and for Humboldt County. Nevada, Monday, Scpttnll or 2l)th, 1880. 'Hie hohoralile Hoard of Equalization, In and for said County and State, met this day, pursu ant to law. Present, It W. Wood, R. H. Scott, H C. Marker; J. II Job, Clerk; O. M. Miller, Sheriff; L. L. Rickard, Assessor. Proceeding to the business of Equalisation of Taxes, it was ordered that the Clerk give due notice to the several parties interested to be and appear before the Hoard at tOo’el ek * M., on M »’DA Y, nCTOHUft 11 Til, 1SSU, to show cause why the assessed valua ion set forth in their res,>e dive assessments, a • fixed on the Asses-uncnt Roll, should not be increased, as herein set forth, as follows; j. l'. Anuerson, assesseu voiunc-on or raised from 8240 to 810,000 T. J. Bradshaw, assessed valuation of real estate raised from 91,000 to 81,500. Catherine Bauman, assessed valuat on of real estate raised from 81,000 to 81,800. Kefd. ' a iman assessed valuation of real es tate raised from 830 to 8300; also real estate, from 825 to 8125. I. V. Button, assessed valuation of cattle raised from 82,800 to 84.400, Joel Bradshaw, assessed valuation of real es tate fais.d from 81,000 to 81,200. G. I* Miss, assessed valuation of cattle raised fr tn 84,800 to 88,000. W. vv. Cross, assessed valuation of real estate r .ised from 8500 to 81,000. Carpenter & Lowery, assessed valuation of cattle raised fr m 84,0»k) to 84,Six). Evans Brothers .V i’ratt, assessed valuation of hors, s raised from 81,500 to 83,000. David Ciroux, assessed valuation of real es tate raised fri in *4,700 to 85,700. John Guthrie, assessed valuation of personal properly raised from 87,040 to 89.049. C. Gonzales (II. Ferraro, agent asses-ed valu ation of personal property raised from 81,350 to 82,550 C. Hinkey, ass used valuation of real es tate raised f om 82,500 to 83,000. also, assessed valuation of pers nal property raised from $5,614 to 87,614. I’harlea Crocker, assessed valuation of land at Lovelock Station raised from 8300 to $800. September 21st, 1330; M. Hofman, assessed valuation of merchan dise raised fr m 8600 to $1,(HX). F. M. Howell assessed valuation of personal property raised from ¥ 80 to 81,300. John Harrison, assessed valuation of real es tate raised fr in 83<X) to 8700. Insert Hanson, assessed valuation of real estate raised trom 8215 to 8305. J. IV. Hatfield, assessed valuation of real es tate raised from 8750 to §1,3 0. Kerman & Kickey. assessed valuation of per sonal property raised fron *7,401 to 825,000 September 22, 1*30: Morse & Luther, assessed valuation of real csta e raised from §1,750 t > *2,2.21. O. \V. M<’a -ham, assessed valuation of Jier sonal projierty raised from §3,875 to$>,075. Fred. .Muller, assessed valuation of personal projierty raised from §640 to $1,200. Joe Marzen, assessed valu iti n of i*crsonal projierty raised from §8,502 to 811,502 John McLearn, assessed valuation of per sonal projierty raised fr in $3<K) to81.3(X). H. II. MeColly, asse-si d valuation of jiersonal property raised from .$*1,600 to §13,100; also, assessed valuation of real estate raised from $2,160 to 83,260. Wm. Pillman, assessed valuation of personal property raised from 81,800 to $4,400. J. T. Hied, assessed valuation of jiersonal pr perty raised front §270 to §3,270. Ed. ltinkle, assessed valuation of jiersonal property raised from $30 ) to §1,500. P. attiste Heconzona, assessed valuation of real estate raised from §3,300 tn$4,3oO. F. C. Holiins, assessed valuation of real estate raised fn m $:.U« to *. :>o. Lewis Rees, assessed valuatirn of per-onal property raised from $1,065 to $1,465. Kiehie A liarnum, assessed valuation of jar sonal property raised from $11,755 to §14,155. Smith *v Culver, assessed value ot property raised from 81,000 to §.5,000. Wm. Sutherland, assessed valuation of per sonal property raised from $5,175 to *10,000. SEITEMBEIl 25, 1880; M. B. Staunton, assess, d valuation of real es tute raised from *5,000 to $5,000. Robert St Clair, asses-el valuation of real estate raised from *350 to $1,000; also, assesses \ahia ion of ]>erscna] pro|>erty raised from $14; to $500. W. F. Stevens, assessed valuation of real es tate raisesl from $2,850 to $3,350. W. Sampson, assessed valuation of personal property raised from *7,740 to $9,000. J. .V Thacker, assessed valuation of personal property raised from $2,450 to $3,450. J. ll.'lbeis, assessed valuation of personal property raised from $2,289 to $5,.589. Van lie Water (J. A S. M. Co., assessed valu ation of real estate raised from $5,o0o to §7,000. Wm. Weigh!, assessed valuation of real estate raised from $1,680 to $2,080. Winnemueca Gas Co., assessed valuation of property raised from $1,000 to $1,500. John Ward, assessed valuation of persona! property raised from $6,040 to §7,210. h. H. Scott, addition of $19 50 made to taxes. Alexander Bros., assessed valuation of per sonal property raised from $3,000 to $5,000. C. A. Nichols, assessed valuation of teal es tate raised from $4,310 to $5,110. Reinhart A Co., assessed valuation of goods and merchandise raised from $12,000 to $16,INK); also, assessed valuation of ditch, dam, etc., at Oreani, formerly tielonging to 11. 1. A I). Co., raised from $2,000 to $5,000. Nathan Levy, assessed valuation of personal property raised from $8,500 to$12,000. * KIT KM BER 24, 1880; Central Pacific Railroad Co ,a.»essed valuation of main track raised from $867,000 to $1,445,000 also, assessed valua'lon of lands raised fro.i $160,478 50 to £200,329. Seitkmber 27, 1880: (■ & j[. Murker Bios., assessed valuation o’ real estate raised lioln 82 825 to $0,»0j. — , In witness whereof, I have here . 1 unto set iny lmnd and amxe i th> ’( ) fteui oi sai i Co..my, tins 2»tll du} or »■ JOB, derk. ladies, read: DON’T FAIL TO SEND YOUR ORDERS TO c, II. STEVENS & CO., Corner of Eighth an 1 .1 Streets, SACK A N E >TO, Cl LI FOR Ml, — FOIl— ft-R-Y G-O-O-D-S-! Ladies' and Children's Shoes l If you visit Sacramento, don t fail to CALL UPON US! We Guarantee Satisfaction IN’ all cases, and ONE PRICE TO ALL! SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICE LIST. % __ --- ItuttcrlcL’M Monthly Fan .Ion P.» pc Free ! ^3T’\Ve buy all kinds o( goods outside of our stock AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. LX SEND TO II. STEVENS & fO., Corner of Eighth and J Streets, Sacramento. s!0-3m IIIMBIILOT REHlt'TlON M O R k S ! Attention, Miners ! RES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, IN ANY quantity, from a sack to one thousand tons, bought, sampled and paid for the same day. Parties from a distance can save money by sending consignment* in care of C. S. OSLOKN, who will act for them < n reasonable terms, ac cording to amounts « f ores, lie will sample foi parties, and collect dues and forward by return express. Ores Paid for In Lold f«ln ! We will nay '•'> per rent. t»f Nllve Value of Ore, dcdiit lli.g tfi.O per to For inllliiii;. Mark sacks, “II. It. Winnemucca.” E. I'. TORKEY, Manager. Winnemucca, August ti, lkso. tf Order to fellow Cause. ItltheFoMrthJniiiri.il District C< urf, State ol Nevada, in and fur ilninholdt County: in tile matter of the estate of Patrick Tull), deceased: Order to show cause why an order of salt should not lie made. M Oppenhciui. the Administrator of the es tate of Patrick Tully, deceased, having filed hik petition heiein, duly verified, praying for an order of sale of certain real estate of said de cedent, for the purposes therein set lorth, P is therefore ordered hy the said Court that all l persons interested in said estate of said de. ceased appear before said District Court on the Uth du\ of October, l-sso, at 10 o'clock in tin; foie noon of said day, at the Courtroom In inneinuceu, Ili.uinoidt County , Mate of Ne vada, to slmw cause why an order should not lie granted to the said Administrator to sell all the real estate of said deceesud at public sale; ! and that a copy of this order lie published tor I at least four successive weeks in the -1 v Kit math, a newspaper printed uud published m Wiuneumecu, in said countv and State. \VM. S. BONN I FI Kbit, Judge. slOdw Order t« Show Cause* In the Fouitli District Court of the Mate of Nevada in and for the County of Humboldt: In the matter of the estate of A. I, Page, de ceased Orde to show cause w hy order of sale of ical estate should not he made. T. C. Hans 111, the Admi dstrator of the estate of A. I- Page, de-vas d, having filed his pe tition herein, duly verified, pra) iog for an order of sale of all the real estate .',f said dece il nf, for tile purpose* therein set forth: It is therefoie ordered hy the Judge of said Court, that ail |iersons interested in the estate of said deceased appear before Hie said Court on SATURDAY, the Uth day of October, l»st), at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court-room of said Court, at tlic Court-house in *inuciiiueca, Countv of Humboldt, to show cause why an order should not he granted to the said Administrator to se 1 so much of the real estate of the said deceased, at private stile, as shall lie necessary. And that a copy of this order tie published at least four successive weeks in the Silvkr Statu, a newspaper printed and published in said llumboldtCouuty " M. S. lb >N'NUflkD, Judge. Dated September Stli, lsau. #s td S. J. BONNIHKI.il. JK. »• »• CRASS. tiiMtiS tV KONXIFIELD, .ITOiiNLYS A.NH COl'NSKi.OISS AT I.AW. VHI practice in all the State ami Federal Court* of NiiMuiu, 0(11 re in llie Court House, at Crass’ for nijr otHee. »l-tf i». H. .KHi\SO\, J!. 1’ II V SI C IAN a n H 8 U It 0 E 0 N. inice til (il.t Ih'Hji store, llriiltfeStreet, tllice Hour*—From It) a. m. to 12 and from 7 p. at. to i* p. m. Winneimieca, June 13, 1878. L. L. ItIC'liAKIk, nil hi .a s s n s s o u, IIUMHlilillT COUNTY, NEVADA. 0(11 eel Court Utilise, %\ I intent urea SI. IMIIUW, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, And Ardimj IHutrict Attormy of llnrnlnldt County. Oilin' III I lie <'oiirl*Iion»r. Winnetnicea, January 2,1SS0. if I». TAN LE\*ET. ISSAVI K. 4'oinit.v mill I. s. Mineral S U H V K Y 0 K ORES AND MINERALS ASSAYED AND cornet returns guaranteed. Will devote FUIII.IV of each Week to mak ing ASSAYS of ORE for Oold and SilveratoNK HOLLA It a sample. Oflieel At his residence on Lay street, be tween first and second, .Nevada. ( IMS. ( HKXOWKTII, (Nouni.i School superintendent, In* - rimuii e Agent, Commission Agent and Notary I’uhlic Office—Rook store, near Corner of It ridge and Third Streets. IV! niiciim ecu..Ni'i ml*. A •knowiedgenients, At'',davits and De|>o*ltion» taken, anti all Legal Instrument* of Transfer drawn with Care niavlti-tf. GEOKEE F. TIKRITTIX. <• o i n T % i: i: < 4> i: i» i: it, lirMHOMJT col NTY, NEVADA, Will take Aekn.'itvlcdiniien'.s and Affidavit*. Office: Court II< use. V» hint inuera jtift’tW-tl. I . Y. II A.\ SON. M, II. PHYSICIAN and S U R (JEON «i||«' nl 4'. 4. m-Sai,»aure's Unit; More. WIN X I..M COCA.N KVADA. apl0-’78-tl J. II. JOB. 4 4t i m 4 1.1: it k. ItrxNofcDT (i.t'VTY. NEVADA. Acknowledgement* and Affiilat it* taken. Omct: Court House, Winnemuesa, Nevada jal.tf. M. S. BOBN1FIELB, ATTORNEY AND OOl’NSKI.OR AT Uk, 44INMMI 4 4 4. \! 4 411%. Will practice in all she Court* in the State, auir. 13-tf €'. < £1 E X O \V ET II, i! • l S A l:M t'CCA, .V E i • ADA. Fasli Store, nl Bottom G*ri4Tf<S X E \Y S !» E POT! DEALER IN’ Hooks, Stationer), Nims Matter. Liitltt I.Ker.ilttre. lilauL llmibs, l.e^nl lUanLs, of i.ll Linds, Diet tires and Music, S C 11 O O L Si’ l‘ PLIES, ifcjT Toys, NcveltivH and Kuney Notions, "VV 4 111.1114 .441) JIAllllfV, Fu.riiLshi.itj (iocul* ami Toilet Article*. FAMILY GKOCERIES ...... ... — i V ||_ P—R—O—V—I -S I _o -X—8-1 Fresh Canned Goods, Tobacco, Ciirnrs, Pij**,, Nuts, Candies, Green and Dried Fruits, an Guriiru am! I.r.iss Seeds* Orders from tiie countiy promptly flflod. C. ( II KNOW KTU. " inneinucca, January 20, 1 s,-o. tf UM> NOTICE. LamiOh'ici; ti Cukon Crv, Nrv., i Si tonibcr 28lh, ISsO. f N' tlce is herein i n n, that tin following named settlor has tiled his notice of intention to make tin . 1 pu of of his claim, and secure Huai entry thereof; and that said proof will )>e made before the ltet;i->ler and Receiver of tho I'. S. Knud i Hire, in ('arsiii Cit.t, Net., oil wiilunlnv. tin' liCi tiny of November* 1880, at luoc.ock A. u. of said day, \ iz: Peter Anker, Preempt ion DecUrutorv Statement, No. l.lIf.T, for the N. W | rv. 22, Tp. 2li. N. It. 81 K. M D. M , to fir.ive his continuous, resi dence upon and eultiva'ion of sc. d tract, and names tho following as his t«it nesses, vir: Peter N. Marker and John II. Marker, of Washoe county, N • \., P. h. address Washoe, Washoe county. New., and John lteod and D D. Gran ni», of Ifuiuholiit, Nit , P. u. address Lovelock, Humboldt county, Net. s30-td • A. W ITHERELL, K.jftster. SALT. SALT. T II E I>esert Crystal Sail Company now prepared to furnish a choice article o MILLING SALT in quantities to nult, at reasonable rate.s. Extra ipialitv of Salt for all kinds of meats constantly on hand. Address orders to WALTER fit'll M IDT, Manager. ttlWo-i»7 White Plains, Nevada i « «