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PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD,
Published every Satoriay by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. I.FFIOB: WARD'S BUILDING. MAIN STRKKT OPPOSITE HALPtJTS STORK. TERMS t t Mail or ExDresa ' Six Months 8 None forwarded till paid far. 1 TBE JCCORD It delivered In Ploche and Bulllonvllle at 55 eenti per week, payaoie to me usmers. .Ml persons Having business with this office ere requested to address the Reoobd Pcblusimu GOKPAMY. We flare no titi uuruvu aaMi.. THE PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD. VOL. XIX. TEKH8 Or ADVERTISING sesment Hotlees SI Delinquent Seles, per square Postponement of boliaquoacies, per square. . Dissolution Kotiees . 1' Notice to Creditors 1A Court Summons, per squire.... ,....... Special Loesls Fifty Ceata peril. , far krstl en xen usnis I or eaea seoseqeemt ISHratl PIOCHE, NEV., SATURDAY. NOVMEBER 29, 1S79. NO. 11 A MINER AND MILLIONAIRE. A TALE OF TWO CITIES. Memphis, November 10 A deliberate soioide was accomplished this afternoon dy Mrs. Margaret Myrs. Th facts con nected with the Bad aff-i ate as follows: When tbe fever appeared here this Bum mer she fled tbe city, with her four children, being accompanied by Colonel John Donovan, who made a world wide reputation last year by abandoning his wife and children, leaving tbem to dia by tbe scourge wbiob swept ao many of our people to the bourne whence no traveler -has not yet relumed. It was thought that Memphis would be freed tbe presence of Donovan after hie deser tion of bis family, but he returned when it was safe to do ao, and even went eo far as to attempt a justification of bis oonduot.- Publio sentiment was, bow ever, ao strong against him that he found himself almost alone. Mrs. Margaret livers, au estimable woman, had been made a widow by the plague of last year, and it was Renerallv understood she bad from $10,000 to $15,000 left her by ber husband. Donovan bsgan paying bis respects to ber and had progressed io far in bis suit that, as be stated, when the fever appeared io July he left the city with ber and accompanied her to St. Louis, where she with ber family nought refuge. While there, it is stated Douovan inveigled ber into marrying him, which be accomplished under tbe pretence of baviog her sign a paper, which he stated to her was her promise to marry him at some future time. Tbe first intimation Mrs. Myers had of Don ovan's treachery was from a friend ia St. Lonis, who told ber that Donovan had remarked that be had mad a good day's work of it by marrying a widow worth $13,000 in cash. When she fnnnd that she hud thus been betrayed, Mrs. Myers upbraided Donovan who at once took ber to task, and gave her to under state he was husband' and. master. It in not known what beonm of Donovan after bis Marriage, only that bv some mean be, it ia stated, got possession of all his wife's money. She returned to Memphis with ber children about ten days ago, since which period she has been very much depressed in spirits. This afternoon, about two o'olock, she deliberately poured the contents of a can of kerosene oil over her elotbea and then Bet fire te them. In a second she was veleped in flames, nasi before assistance oould reach ber had been burned in such a shocking manner that death came to her relief at ten o'olock to-night. Jnst before dying she called her children to ber bedside and to d them she bad been driven to the desperate act by Donovan, who bftd disgracd ber by a marriage. and had afterwards robbed ber of all her money; that they must go to him if they wanted even a dollar, Binoe he had taken everything from her. She made a con fession f the same aature to Rev, Father Kelly, who was called in to Bee the dyiug woman. John Donovan hai not returned to Memphis, and bis i res ent whereabouts are unknown. The verdiot of tbe Coroner's Jury was, " Death by ber own bands." MISCELLANEOUS. Nevada (Cal.) Transcript.) The atmosphere of good lack that hang around some men is past under standing. Take tbe case of Bub Morrow, the San Franoisco manipulator, who owns St. Julian, the faetest horse in the world, to illustrate by, for instance. The Reporter met a forty-niner, who used to know him in the days when a " biled shirt" worn among the mountain miners indicated that the possessor was either blackleg or a gospel expounder, tbo chances being ninety-nine to one that be was the former, for parsons were then as scarce as copper peumra, almost. He arrived in Nevada City when the camp was a mere iofaut, so to apeak. The first thing he did after getting here was to skirmish around and bunt a shovel, pick and jocker. With these he began ao'titcbing- alcHjgsiVer Creek tor gold. By dint of perseverance and bard work bis knowledge of mining did not ex oeed bis intimacy with Bible passages and aa exercise of cheek, be got enough to alleviate the pangs of hunger to a bearable extent. He stayed around here until 1859, and by that time his clothes were eo tattered and torn that he bad to Agricultural r,nl hia iM K.ft n n .1 - kin- V.;- I bare body from coming in oontaot with tbe obair whenever he sat down, and then decided to emigrate. Geo. Hearst, Joe Clark, A. E. Head, and a number of other boys wbose lines were too hard for oomfort, wanted to go with him, but the whole caboodle of them were dead broke, and figure as they oould, no alternative presented whereby they could soars np enough coin to get out of the camp with. Finally, Arthur Hagadoru oame to tbe rescue. He fitted some of them out with a mule apiece, provisions and coin. tbey made a bee-line for the Comstook. tbe next time hli old towmes heard from Morrow he was on top of a wve of pros perity; that is, he bad get into Savage and some other big mines at Virginia City. For several years he revelled io wealth. After enjoying the rapidly acquired shekels for a few years, they slipped away from him, and he was basted once more, His will and energy didn't peter out when his money did, and making a little raise he sprang boldly into tbe arena of the stock market. Sinoe then ho hasn't drawn a blank in the lottery of life, so far as heard of. ; As a Director of the Bank of California alene, to say nothing of all the other soft things he dropped into through the influence of the deaeased Balston, ho has elorv enough to satisfy any coalman man. As to tbe three individuals aamed above who took sail on the sanies with Morrow, they are all in San Francisco, doing more or less ia stooks. On or two of tbem have oeoomo pretty well fixed in respect to this world a goods J. EISENMANN & CO., MAIM BTBKST, PIOCHE NEVADA IMPORTERS ECH.ID"W J. JE5. IRON, STEEL, MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, HOSE, BELTING, PACKING, NAVAL STORES, GA9-PIPB and FITTNGS, HARDWOOD Sc WAGON MATERIAL, SASH, DOORS dc BLINDS, FAINTS & OILS, Implements, STOVES, CROCKERY GLASS. WARE, mad HOUSE J URN IS II IN Q GOODS. Manufacturers of Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware. Plumbers steam ana uas miters. TTEIDQUABTEBB FOB COAL OIL GIANT LJ ana uupont Blasting Powder ana cu. fornia Fuse. WE KE3P FIR3T-CLA3S GOODS ONLY! We Bay for Cash and Soli for Cash. ONE PRICE TO ALL!! W. E. GRIFFIN. BANKER and STOCKBROKER, in imm WELLS, FAR CO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV. , TIRANSAOTB A GENERAL BANKING BUS INE88. Deposits reoeived on OpsnAe' count or Certificates Issued therefor. Mxehanae drawn on all the principal eltlesof the United states, Canada and Europe. Will nnrchase Silver aad Crude Bullion or make advances on same and ship for owaer's account. mains-. Bailroad and all kinds of Btook bought and aold on Conimlsaion. Loans and Advances made on Stocks: also Dividends Collected and Assessments rain. CALIFORNIA ITEMS. William C. Cole, of Grizzly Flat, El Dorado county, on his fiftieth birthday weighed IA pounds. A movement ia oa foot to work the tin mines of Los Angeles and San Ber nardino oounties. Tbe dcodU of Oroville are discharging Chinese servants and hiring white cooks and chambermaids. The seoond whale of the season, a fifty-barrel one, was landed at Monterey on Monday of last week. Tbirty-eight young lawyers were ad mitted to praotice in the Supreme Ooutt at Sacramento. A brakeman on tbe Southern Faoifio lUilroad fell from a freight train at Gil- roy ana was killed. Durins the month of Ootober the en ormous quantity of 40,000 tons of grain was reoeived at Vallejo oy ran exoiuaive- A meetine was oalled at Kelseyvilla for the 20th instant for tbe purpose of for ming an Agricultural Society for Lake county. A wolf attaoked a little girl near Ukiah last week and was on tbe eve of gobbling her np, when a woodohopper arrived and staved in tbo animal a neat. Terrence Lynch was fatally poisoned at his home, about ten miles from oeiuusrexDxvrs: WELLS, FARGO t CO., Ban Francisco, Oil. WELLS, FARGO dc CO., (5 Broadway, New York. EIVES, it, ALLEN, 61 King William street, London , Eng., Agents Wells, Fargo as Oo. OFFICE In Wells, Fargo k Main street. Ploche. Nevada. Co's Building, anxi-ti D. C. CLARIS STONE STORK LOWER MAIN STREET- PIOCHE, NEVADA, MISCELLANEOUS. JOB PBDtTHTG. JOB WORK. Done at the Baooao oSUa ia La. bast savie known to the art; and must be paid for aa da- livery, anises parsons naviag las wen aaae have etandlng aooouts with the eeaee. Ho - viatioB from this rule. Editobb Morning Call: Believing you wish to give all the valuable information yon can to your suany readers, and feel. lDg a aesire to nave an snow or so simple a remedy for the great, st destroy er of our hapiness "Indigestion and constipation" 1 send you this reoipe. knowing aa I do, that it bas cored many to tbe worst state of dlvrnoeal conatipa tiou. Aad tor obildren, when let thing, it is a perfect regulator. Here is tbe reci tie: Ten Darts Dure eucalvDtns ohm- ooal: eiuht Darts Dure flowers ul su'Dhnr: UuadaluD. Santa Clara counts, by eat- one part pure cryatalized argols; all to be mg food with which strychnine bad been made into a very fine powder, and mixed. bottled at a high temperature. As it is (jolfax. whioh had been so nearly de- barmless, tbe quantity taken can be .i.oved bv fire a Bhort time ago, seeag regulated alter uint it, according to ,0 Da jn n0 way discouraged over its my expeneaoe. I lonnd in meet eases est iog8eil bu Phoenix like, is rising from its asnes. one teaspoon level lull a dose lor an adult, and one-fourth of that for children teethine. taken night and morning. mixed with a little syrup. Beserve this reo'ps, as -. your health may depend ODon it. and H you rtceive tne same amount ol benefit from this remedy tbat I have, ycu may tbauk tbe editor fi r it. Oakland, Cal. Mrs. L. A. uabdnkb. The Los Angeles Jonrnal says it is reported tbat grizzly bears are exceed ingly trouoiesome m osutiaKu and vicinity. Apiamts oomplain of aad havoo made by these honey thieves. Old Fbineas Bice was one of the quaint types of itinerants. He Had a hard batch to cultivate onoe, and when he made his report to tbe oonferenoe lol- WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER. ALSO DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions, Powder, Fuse, and GENERAL MECHANDISE, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. ol8-tf DENTISTRY. TAM NOW IN PIOOHB READY TO attend to business. Mr star will i b. short so those requiring my atten tion wtl hav. no time to lose. mySl-t ' r.ainuuuLS, Venus'. I W Paw, trustee 45 J W Pew, trastee 46 J W Pew, trustee 1117 J W Pew, trustee 108 J W Pew, trustee IU t W Pew, trustee 110 I W Pew, trustee Ill J W Pew, trustee 1W J W Pew, trustee 100 1 W Pew, trustee 301 I W Pew, trustee.... 20'i i w Pew, trustee 20.1 O B Gould, trustee 297 0 B Gould, trustee 33'J 0 B Gould, traste. 3SU OB Gould, trustee ...1(l C B Gould, trustee 295 0 B Gould, trustee 314 C B Oould, trustee 31T C B Gould, trustee 3 IS O B Gould, trustee S1V C B Gould, trustee 331 0 B Gould, trust 323 0 B Gould, trustee 334 C B Gould, trustee 325 C B Gould, trustee 320 0 B Gould, trustee. ....... ..387 . O B Gould, trustee 32S 0 B Gould, trustee 329 C B Gould, trustee 330 0 B Gould, trustee 331 0 B Gould, trustee 333 O B Gould, trustee 333 C B Gould, trustee 334 C B Gould, trustee 33S C B Gould, trustee 336 0 B Gould, trustee 337 0 B Gould, trustee 338 C B Gould, trustee 339 0 B Gould, trustee 340 O B Gould, trustee 941 0 B Gould, trustee 341 0 B Gould, trustee 343 OB Gould, trustee 344 C B Gould, trustee J4o 0 B Gould, trustee 34G C B Gould, trustee 347 C B Gould, trustee 348 OB Gould, trustee 360 0 B Gould, trustee 361 C B Gould, trustee 302 C B G.uld, trustee 363 0 B Gould, trustee 387 C B Gould, trastee 388 0 B Gould, trustee ,389 C B Gould trustee 393 OB Gould, truBtee 394 0 B Gould, trustee 39S 0 B Gould, trustee 396 C B Gould, trusts 397 C B Gould, trustee. 398 C B Gould, trustee 399 0 B Gould, trusMe sou 0 B Gould, trustee 4U1 0 B Gould, trustee 4(12 0 B Gould, trustee 403 0 B Gould, trustee 404 C B Gould, trustee 40S sue 434 436 43C 437 ....448 4(0 460 461 ' 452 453 460 461 4A2 471 472 473 480 481 492 483 484 612 0 B Gould, trustee 613 0 B Gould, trustee 614 0 B Gould, trustee 616 0 B Gould, trustee 616 0 B Gould, trustee 617 OB Gould, trustee 518 0 B Gould, trustee 619 0 B Gould, trastee 620 C B Gould, trustee 621 0 B Gould, trastee 622 0 B Gould, trustee 623 C B Gould, truBtee 624 0 B Gould, trustee 525 0 B Gould, trustee 52fl 0 B Gould, trustee 327 OB Gould, trustee 628 O B Gould, trustee. 629 0 B Gould, trustee 330 0 B Gould, trustee 631 .632 .633 .644 635 561 662 653 654 665 65C O B Gould, trustee, 0 B Gould, trustee C B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee, 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee. . . . . 0 B Gould, trustee O B Gould trustee 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee OB Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trutee C B Gould, trustee C B Gould, trustee.... 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee. . , . , 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee...., 0 B Gould, trustee. B Geuld, trustee , B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee 0 B Gould, trustee. 0 B Gould, truBtee. 0 B Gould, trustee. 0 B Gould, trustee. 0 B Gould, trustee. C B Gould, trustee, G W Arnold, trustee 687 Jesse Huff, while out hunting, shot at a nnil ,n . free Vn t ttiA annirrfll remaiued stationary.' He repeated the lowing, he reported the ohurch "looking firing three times in succession, thinking tbat bis gun bad gone bnok on bin until the last of the three shots fired, when to his turprise down tumbled four squirrels all joined ' together. After tbe three were shot they pulled the other off, he not being able to hold them up. They were joined together by a narrow strip, so that oue oonldn't move without tbe other, and bad been born that way and were lull grown tip. IDe presiaing umuop appeas ed bis pleasure, but asked for an expla nation, beoause no one expeoted success in tbat parish. Dr. Bioe was equal to the oooasion, and added: Well, bishoD. the ohuroh is on its back and nan't look aav other way." There was a roar of laughter all over the conference. ' How sad it is," thought the lonely maiden, "three eirliof set to De mar ried this month, aad I wall, shall bave It is said that a girl that can shed tbrea to fly around or I shall be left, ann sne nr Innr n a. nritinal mnnaant. end raaonea lor IDS ui-iuui ui ), i!. . .. i,k . nm...i., .i.,h r-nA it. nnt. Brother Jim was plaster '" "l1 .... .h- ks.i ., , u. ,v,. .... n, ean taavra nil ovnnni o nnnd. (-.rttrincr I Itnfl nil TABS Willi 1 au ouww " blonde who does nothing but try to the boys how the clown looked in the Delinquent Sale Notice. aca.flnnriir Silver Mlnlnff Comoany, .imtiim nf nrtnclDal ulace of business. San tv.nniann. California: location of works. Bristol Mining District, Lincoln County, Nevada. No tice There is delinquent upon the following de. scribed stock, on account of assessment (No. 2) levied on the ninth day of October, le'8, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective sharenoldera, as louows Certificate. Shares, Amt, J M Day J W Pew, trustee J W Pew, trustee J W Pew, trustee J W Pew, trustee J W Pew, trastee J W Pew, trustee JWPew, trustee J W Pew, trustee...... 0 6 t 60 18 600 60 19 BOO 60 20 600 60 91 690 . 60 27 60S 60 42 100 10 43 100 10 44 100 10 G W Arnold, trustee 689 G W Arnold, trustee 692 G W Arnold, trustee 60S G W Arnold, trustee 601 G W Arnold, trustee 606 G W Arnold, trustee 612 G W Arnold, trustee 615 G W Arnold, trustee 617 G W Arnold, trustee 618 G W Arnold, trustee eiu G W Arnold, trustee 620 G W Arnold trustee 621 J W Pew, trustee 628 I W Pew, trustee 633 J W Pew, trustee 641 J W Pew, trustee 648 I W Pew, trustee 651 E 0 Morton, trustee 653 A J Blair 007 H H Day 658 C Jones, trustee 663 1 W Pew, trustee 668 J W Pew, trustee 669 J W Few, trustee 670 J W Pew, trustee 671 J W Pew, trustee 673 Richard Wheeler, trustee... 685 Richard Wheeler, trustee. ..686 Richard Wheeler, trustee . . .687 Richard Wheeler, trustee. ..688 Richard Wheeler 691 J W Few, trustee 694 E A O linen s oo, trustees, .bus E A O'Brien At Oo. trustees:. 699 E A O'Brien S, Oo. trustees. .700 Richard Wheeler, trustee... 703 Richard Wheeler, trustee. . .704 100 BJlchard Wheeler, trastee . . .705 100 Richard Wheeler, trustee. . .707 100 Richard Wheeler, trastee. . .709 100 Richard Wheeler, trustee... 713 S M J McDonald 714 a OB Gould ...715 6 Richard Wheeler, trustee. . .718 2000 Richard Whseler, trustee. . .723 6000 N P McKoon 725 6 BFLangland 726 5 Richard Wheeler, trustee. . .727 76 And In accordance with law and an ordor of the Board of Directors, made on the ninth day of October, 1879, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at publio auction, at the office of Parker Critten den, Room 25, Merchants' Exchange Building, Ban Francisco, Oalttornia, on Wednesday, the Tenth day of December, 1879, at the hour of one o'clook r. u. of said day, to pay said de linquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. J. W. PEW. HMntin. bfflce Room 15, 310 Pine street, San Fran- eisoo, Calitomia. . . no'O-td 100 loo loo loo 100 100 100 6e 60 60 50 Cat 6 6 10 10 M at 20 20 26 20 20 . 20 20 20 50 20 30 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 20 20 2 30 90 20 30 30 20 20 20 20 20 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 50 60 60 60 50 60 60 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 UK) 100 ,.100 . 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 600 600 600 600 600 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 6000 600 1000 1000 180 5 6 1000 100 100 100 100 100 400 300 300 300 600 1647 600 1000 3000 100 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 6 u 5 6 6 60 60 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 '2 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 a a a 2 a a 2 2 a a a a a a 6 6 6 6 6 6 S 6 S 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 6 111 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 II) 10 10 10 10 60 60 60 60 60 60 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 30 600 60 100 100 18 60 50 100 10 10 10 10 10 40 30 3 30 60 164 70 60 100 300 10 10 10 10 10 60 60 60 100 (00 60 60 760 JOB PRINTING! TTIB PIOCHE j RECORD NEWSPAPER -AMD JOB PRINTING OFFICE, MIS0ELLA5E0US. COME AND SEE A Very Choice Seleetlem af Greeeriee, a.w.i Beta (.aiap ier vaasi, as J. NESBITT & BEO., Corner of Main 4 Lsoour Street, (T we Btory t lra-ptoof BuUdlasI Pioohe, - - - Nevada. WHOLK8ALI AND HXTAJL ' DCALIKS IH . Groceries, Provisions AHD . General Merchandise. Importers ef Wlzieai, Ijlquorai, ClcAra svacl Tobaoooea. GENTS' ETIMISHIIfG 300DE, Bootsj cfb 833Les. GRAIN and FLOUR hand. eon.ta.ntly Also a Fine Assortment of ' CROCKERY, OLA KaW ABE AMI CUTLERY. Goods delivered free of charge te any portion ef the city. Give us a call before porchar (., elsewhere aa we are preparing to sell out at ve . raaavuauie price. MAIN STREET, BROWN & SPMS Fioolie, KToxr The attention of Merchants and Mining Cora. paniae ef Southern Hevada and South. western Utah Is called to the faet that Job Printing of everydlsorlptlon Is , done at the Bicoid Otrioi In elegant style and at the LOWEST PRICES. SAIaOOX, Oorau Mtin aad Meadow TaUty , BBST WINES, XjXQTTOXt-S, Btc. rpHIH IB DB8BRTIDLT A PLA01 OP MB I ERAX resort by all who Indulge la a Soolal Glass. Give them a eall. ft-p CHAS. STEIN & CO., MAIN 8TBJOET, PIO0HK, BUTAH , TORA.OX1 Bnaln.ss Cards, Weddlasr Cards, LetterHeads , Ball-Heads, Ore ReoelpU, Assay Blaaks, Programmes BaadbUla, Peetera, ate. ND ALL KIND OT FAS8Y AND PLAIN . Job Printing done In first-class style and as .aori nouc... GIVE US A CAUL Sntistnetlsn ffnarnmiMd fas all eases. RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY COMMISSION HOTJhK Wholesale and Retail Dealers rs rats WINES. LIQUORS &OIGABS.. COUNTRY ORDERS Promptly attended to Sheriff's Sale. BY V1HTUB OY AN MUEOttTION MSIJM) , out of the Sixth Judicial District Court, in and for the County of Lincoln, State of Ne vada, and te me directed and delivered, for a lodgment rendered in said Court on the 16th day of September, A. D. 1879, in favor of P. wauoaum sua against w. ai. unipiey ror in um of nftv-seven hundred and eigaty-tve . 15,7851 dollars, debt tocethn with one ann- ' dred and seven 36-100 (107 36-10) dollars, tax costs, and all accruing costs aad Interest, I have isvied on the following property, to wn : Biz hundred and seventy-nv (676) head of cattle and two sorrel horses. Notice is hereby given that on , Friday, tbe SGtli day of September, A. D. 1879, at the hour of 13 o'clock m. of tbat day, I will sell all tha right, title and Interest , of said w. ai. Shipley in ana to the above do-, acribad property, at Wallbaum'a reach, In Pak- s ranagat valley, about twenty-fire miles from Biko, at publio auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and beat bidder, to satisfy said siecu- noa ana au costs. . b z W.L. McKIK, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Gaoaoa T. GoMfaa, se20-lt Deputy Sheriff. HiTfowtr Silver Mtnlnar Csnsssr. Location of principal place of business, Ban Francisco, California; location of worka, Bristol Mining District, Lincoln county, Kevaoa. no tice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the . Board or Directors, neui on tne sin aay oi ucto- , ber, 1879, an assessment (No. 2) of Ten Cents per share waa levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately, In United states goia coin, to tne ttecreiery, as ma omce or the Company, 310 Pine street, Room 16, fan Francisco, California. - ' Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the lt h day oi November, ' 1879, will De delinquent, ana aaverusea lor,, sale at publio auction, and unless payment la made before, will be aold on Wednesday, the loth day of December, 187f , to pay th. delin quent assessment, together with costs of adver tising ana expenses or ssie. By order of the Board of Directors, J. W. PEW, Secretary. Offloe Room 16, No. 310 Pine street. Baa Fran cisco, California. oll-td NOTICE. XfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I BATE 1 1 received the Assessment Boll and original liats of property for the year A. D. 1S7B, from the Assessor of Lincoln county, Nevada, and the same is In my omce for public inspection. Tbe Bosrd of Equalisation will meet at their office oaBIenday, September 16th, A. D. 1H7V, lor tne purpose or equalising sua rou, ana will continue in session from day to day aattt . and lnclud' M one ay, the tb day at October, a. D. 1879, e.xd all persons havlag objections to mske to msid aasaaiBosnt saast Dreamt the same to said .Board whsa ia J. M. HANOEA, County Clark and Ei-om.no Gisrk eg IM oi uoaniy uosaauaaloMrs blush. ... i o ? i s-.. . i pantomime.