THE LYON COUNTY TIMES
What Prevented a Wedding.—
A happy couple started from Reno
for Sacramento a few days since, in
tending to return as man and wife,
but they didn’t. The minister to
whom they went had to keop a
complete record of facts concerning
the couples he married, and so ask
ed questions, first of the bride-groom
who stated among other things that
he was twenty-five years old; then
of the bride, who, when the question
of age was raised, politely declined
to testify. She soon learned, how
ever, that no marriage could occur
until this evidence was in, so she
lisped modestly, “I ain thirty-one.”
The young man was startled and
backed out at once. His mother-in
law that was to have been, had
assured him that her daughter was
but twenty-six, and he didn’t want
to connect himself with a deceitful
family. The course of true love
always did have narrow and rough
places, so to speak.
While some negro steamboat men
were being paid off, the clerk in
quired of each one as he came up to
sign the pay roll: “Will you write
your name or make an X?” The
first one said he could write his
name, and the pen was handed him.
He looked at the pen, scrutinized
the pay roll, and hesitated so long
that the clerk poked him up. “Let's
see,” mused the darkey, as he look
ed up at the clock; “ its now ten
o’clock, and as I’ve got to meet a fel
low at the City Hall at noon, I guess
I won’t write my name, but I’ll put
down an X.”
The California wool product for
1874 was little short of 40,000,000
pounds, against 31,000,000 in 1873,
and 23,000,000 in 1872. Of this
total 36,000,000 was sent out of the
State, 32,000,000 by rail, an item
of no small magnitude and profit
in the traflic of the Pacific railroad.
The exported crop returned 88,
120,000, which is less per pound
than in the previous year, but still
a good price.
The Abuse of the Mails.—One
Moses Chamberlain, of New York
city, has been tried, found guifiy
and sentenced to pay a fine of §3,000
for sending abusive postal cards
through the mails, trying to extort
money from parties who did not
owe him. The number of instances
where he sent these cards wero four
teen. The law makes full provision
for the protection of the public
against abuses in using the postal
A Prince Edward Island School
Committee advertised for “ a rather
ordinary teacher” to take charge of
a district school. Whether it de
sired to give the pupils only a
rather ordinary education, or to
guard against the presence of a good
looking teacher at the desk, whose
face might draw the attention of pu
pils from their books, is not known.
The rather ordinary teacher, how
ever, has not been secured.
An industrious citizen of Dayton
arose a few mornings ago while the
festive rooster was still snoring, and
with a tin bucket under his arm
went to the barn to milk the family
cow. It was dark and rainy, and in
fumbling about for old Brindle he
got into the wrong pew and began to
pail off the mule of his wagon team.
He can't remember now which side
of the roof he went out at, but his
recollection of alighting on the picket
fence is very vivid.
You have a pleasant home and a
bright fireside, with happy children
sitting around it, haven’t you!” said
the judge. “Yes, sir,” said Mr.
Thompson, who thought ho saw a
way out of the difficulty. “ Well,”
said the judge, “if the happy chil
dren sit around the cheerful fireside
until you return, they will stay
there just forty-three days, as I shall
have to send yon np for that time.”
A Republican member of the
Vicksburg Congressional Inves
tigating Committee, described as a
“ very calm, impartial man,” pro
fesses to be convinced that there
are “imminent probabilities” of
another civil war, in case of the
election of a Republican President
next year. Let us try to hope for
An Albany county girl disobeyed
her father in the choice of a lover,
and he whipped her with a dogwood
stick. The wood was poisonous, and
the stern parent’s hands are swollen
like boxing gloves, all of which
reads like a triumph for Cupid.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE
PHILADELPHIA BOOT Sc SHOE
STORE. NO. 23 SOUTH C STREET
(Opposite the Enterprise office.)
OFFERS HIS IMMENSE AND MOST 8E
l»*ct stock of Roots, Shoes, Gaiters Chil
dren’s Shoes, etc., at reduced prices, as ho
is desirous of closing out his entire stock in
order to make room for a full Winter sup
ply in his line.
NOW IS YOUR TIME FOR CHEAP GOODS.
R7"Call at once and secure b again*, "ViH
Opposite Wells, l'srgo * Co's. Express,
f |1 H E UNDERSIGNED HAVING UN
M. equalled facilities for carrying on his
business, is now better prepared than any
livery stable proprietor in Nevada outside of
Virginia City, to accommodate the public with
Buggy and Carriage Equipments.
FINE SPANS, STYLISH TURN-OUTS
(all new). SUPERIOR SADDLE
II 0 R S E S ,
And everything that a first-class Livery Sta
ble is supposed to be provided with.
PICNICS, BALLS. POLITICAL GATHER
ING, FUNERALS, ETC., ETC.
Supplied with vehicles aud steady teams on
the shortest notice.
Access to my stable can be had at all hours
of the day and night.
* A share of the patronage of the place is so
J. M. BENTON, Proprietor,
SAN FRANCISCO GOLD AND SILVER
Mining Company.—Location of Prin
cipal Place of Business, Virginia City, Storey
County, Nevada. Location of Works, Devil’s
Gate Mining District, Lyon County, Nevada.
There are delinquent upon the following
described Stock, on account of assessment
(No. 4) levied on the 29th day of December.
1874, the several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective Shareholders, as
Names. Shares. Amount
P. E. Lalande. 275.$275 00
Victor Mason. 20. 20 00
For are. of Unknown Owners 4(50 . 4(50 00
And in accordance with law and an order of
the Board of Directors, made on the Twenty
ninth day of December, 1874, so many shares
of each parcel of such stock as may be neces
sary will be sold at public auction, at the
Salesroom of J. C. Currie k Co., No. 2(5 South
C Street, Virginia City, Nevada, on MONDAY,
the 8th day of March. 1875, at the hour of
One o’clock P. M. of such day, to pay the
delinquent assessment thereon, together with
costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
GEO. C. CURRIE, Secretary.
Office—No. 20 South C Street, Virginia, Nev.
DAYTON GOLD AND SILVER
Mining Company.—Location of Prin
cipal Place of Business, Silver City, Lyon
County, Nevada. Location of Works. Devil’s
Gate Mining District, Lyon County, Nevada.—
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Trustees of said Company, held
on the 1st day of February, 1H75, an Assess
ment (No. 2) of One Dollar ($1) per Share
was levied on the Capital Stock of the Com
pany, payable immediately in United States
Gold Coin, to the Secretary, at the Office of
the Company. Silver City, Nevada. And any
stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the Fourth day of March,
A. D. 1875, will be deemed delinquent, and
will be duly advertised for sale at public
auction, and unless payment is made before,
will be sold on THURSDAY, the 18th day of
March, A. I>. 1875, to pay delinquent assess
ment, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale.
T. S. DAVENPORT. Secretary.
Office—Post Office. Silver City, Nevada.
NORTH OF VIRGINIA,
JOS. F. & G- W. HALL, Proprietors.
fWlHTS OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIA
M. hie Laundry Is prepared to turn out any
quanitty of Renovated and CLEAN LINEN,
without being damaged by manipulation or
PACKAGES PUNCTUALLY CALLED FOR
OFFICES—International Hotel and Wal
lace’s Fruit Store, 122 South C street,
c JOS. F. k G. W. HALL.
A First-class Eight-foot
With Cooking Utensils Complete. Also
Dishes and Furniture;
Suitable for a Restaurant or Eating House.
8^ Will be Sold at a Bargain.
Enquire at WILLIAMS & BIXLER HOUSE,
Virginia City, of
J. L. STEVENSON, Proprietor.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COM
lnenced business in Silver City, nre
prepared to execute all orders iu tbeir line.
Clothing Made to Order.
Cleaning and Repairing neatly done.
HOWARD & CO.
One Door South of Superintendent Mc
Duffle’s Dwelling House.
BROWN & MAHANNY,
Cor. C and Taylor Streets, • Virginia.
THE FOOT-LIGHT *
HEWSPAPe* A joB
SILVER CITY..SEVA I) A.
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from all parts of tha
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Compiled from our Exchanges.
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The Times offers superior facilities to
ADVERTISERS of VIRGINIA, GOLD HILL,
SILVER CITY amd DAYTON.
The low price of subscription places it in
the hands of Families, Miners and Business
Men alike. PRICES YERY LOW.
Orders far Plain or Fanct Pbintinu, such as
Promptly attended to, at Virginia Prices, and
in a manner not to be excelled In the State.
Silver City, Nev.
A R R I V E D !
BY REQUEST OF MANY FRIENDS.
Has returned to Virginia city,
and la at No. H7 SOUTH C STREET,
where lie will be pleased to ace all w ho need
Ida aervicea. The Doctor has had many yeara’
experience in the treatment of CHRONIC
DISEASES, and feels confident that he can
give satisfaction to those who will give him a
trial The Doctor ia a graduate of one of the
oldest and most reliable Medical Colleges of
the East, and for the last three years lias 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 lias
held tin- responsible position of MEDICAL
DIRECTOR anil MEDICAL EXAMINER of
the largest Life Insurance Company of that
LADIES—Those of you Buffering from dis
eases peculiar to your sex, call ami get the
Having had an extended practice in the line
of your diseases among the rich and poor, his
position in his profession has given him ac
cess to all the modern improvements of the
day. There is no branch of the profession
that lias made the advancement as that per
taining to the treatment of your diseases. He
uses new medicines, and his mode 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
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 he prescribes
you will find his charges light.
OFFICE HOURS-FROM 0 A. M. TO 12 M.,
AND FROM 3 TO C:30 P. M.
H. R. FOWLER, M. D.,
No. H7 South C street.
Application for Patent.
NOTICE No. 247.
U. S. SURVEY NO. 96.
U. S. Land Office,
Carson City, Nevada,
January 6th, 1875.
'mj'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT
Lons Goldstohe, David L. Hastinoc,
Claus Becker. J. M. Kirby, Cornelius
Osborn, and W. L. Woods have, by Louis
Goldstone. whose Postoffiee 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 ami silver, with
surface ground four hundred (400) feet in
width, embracing the top or apex of said lode,
where apparent: the same being situate in
Devil’s Gate ami Chinatown Mining District,
Lyon County, State of Nevada, and officially
platted, surveyed, and designated by the U. S.
Surveyor General of Nevada as U. S. Survey
or Lot No. 96, in Township 16 North, Range
21 East, M. D. M., and described upon the
surface by the Plat and Field Notes on tile in
this office, as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at Post No. 1, located in the
Town Site of Silver City, about 250 feet north
of the Cemetery.whence the Kossuth Hoisting
Works bear 8. 5 deg. 40 min. E.; The Alham
bra Hoisting Works bear S. 1 deg. 50 min. W.;
the School-House bears N. 89 deg. 40 min. W.,
and the quarter section corner on the west
line of Section 9, T. 16, N. It. 21 E.. M. I). M.,
bears N. 48 deg. 40 min. West, distant 908
feet; and running thence from said Post No.
1 N. 09 deg., E. 200 feet to Post No. 2; thence
N. 21 deg. W. 1.000 feet to Post No. 3; thence
S. 69 deg. W. 400 feet to Post No. 4; thence
S. 21 deg. E. 1000 feet to Post No. 5, and
thence N. 69 deg. E. 200 feet to the place of
beginning, containing 9 18-100 acres; courses
aiui bearings from True Meridian, mag. var.
16 V. deg. E. The said 1.000 feet of the lode
herein applied for extending northerly from
the south boundary line of said Lot No. 96
hereinbefore described. The Twin Claim, or
Lot No. 44, adjoins upon the westerly side of
the Lot No. 96 herein sought to be patented.
The said Grant Lode or Claim herein «p
plied-for was originally Recorded March 8th,
1873. in Book “ I,” at Folio 356, Records of
said District, kept at Silver City. Nevada.
ADOLPHUS WA1TZ, Register.
Hoyt. Rears k McKee.
Attorneys, Ran Francisco. Ja7-65d
SILVER CITY STAGE
Connecting with the
Cold Hill Omnibus Lino.
CHANCE OF TIME.
Leave Silver City:
8::H) A. M.
10:30 A. M.
1:00 P. M.
3:15 P. M.
C:15 P. M.
Leave Gold Hill:
9:30 A. M.
11:30 A. M.
2:15 1>. M.
4:15 I*. M.
7;15 P. M.
! UOBEDEE * BENNETTS.Proprietors.
VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL
! CONNECTING WITH THE CARS AT GOLD
IIILL TO AND FROM CARSON.
mmriLL make Regular Trips between the
▼ ▼ stands at either end of the route, as
frequently as the state of the road will allow,
from 8 o'clock a. m. to U o'clock i*. m.
Will also make one trip from Piper’s Opera
House to Gobi Hill at the close of the per
formance each evening while the theatre is
Fare, 25 Cents. After 8 P. M. 50 Cents.
JACOB WHITE, Proprietor.
VIRGINIA AND DAYTON
| Carrying the U. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo
& Co.’s Express.
J. S. DALLAS, - Proprietor.
i Leaves Virginia 8 A. M. and 3 P. M.
I Leaves Dayton 8 A. M. and 3 P. M.
( Virginia to Gold Hill.25 Cents
FARE, < Virginia to Silver City.75 Cents
( Virginia to Dayton.$1 75
ROBEDEE & BENNETT,
ARE prepared to furnish, at the shortest
CONVEYANCES TO THE THEATRE,
Together with the finest Single and Double
Turnouts, as well as Saddle Horses, to be
found in the county, at liberal rates.
For anything in our line, give us a call.
P. B A R N E S’
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
MAIN STREET, : DAYTON
Horses Boarded and Groomed b*
•yThe best Single and Double Turnouts t&
be found in the State constantly on hand.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Has arrived in Virginia City, and located at
the Corner of
UNION & SOUTH C STREET,
(Up-Stairs) nearly opposite the Inter
FOR PRIVATE CONSULTATION, from 9 A.
M. to 5 P. M. and G to 8 P. M.
Graduated at the royal college
of Surgeons, England; the Royal Col
lege of Physicians, London; and Liebeg’s
University of Gressau, Germany, in the years
1859 and 1864, 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
To the Young, Middle Aged and
Who suffer from Seminal Weakness. Nervous
Debility, Debilitating Dreams, Lowness of
Spirits, Lassitude, Desire to Avoid Society,
Giddiness, Dimness of Sight, Syphilitic, Con
tagious or Skin Diseases, Affections of the
Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, and Urethra:
See Dr. Thomas at Once!
He will thoroughly investigate your disease,
and will guarantee a speedy and lasting cure
in every cant he undertakes.
TO THE LADIES.
DOCTOR THOMAS would merely state
that he pays the utmost attention to Diseases
incidental to Females. In 1864 he received a
Special Diploma from the Royal College of
Surgeons. England, signed by Drs. Robert Lee
and Arthur Fnrre. Physicians to their Royal
Highnesses the Princess of Wales and the
Duchess of Edinburgh, attesting to his pro
ficiency and thorough knowledge of Diseases
of Women. This Diploma can also be seen
in his office.
EXAMINATION AND ADVICE, - $2.50
HIT TESTIMONIALS from the Medical
Profession will shortly be published. jalO
(Rear of Goldstone’g Brick Store),
E. WINTER. Proprietor
Of FURNISHED ROOMS to Let. by the
Month, Week, or Night, on reasonable terms.
Mr. and Mrs. Winter will be glad to have
their many friends give them a call.
P. M. O’CONNOR,
Plastering, Mason Work.
SITTING FURNACES, CALCIMINING, kt.
Marble Mantels placed in position.
Orders left at the Times office, Silver City
or at the Eclipse Saloon and Daniel O'Connel's
store, south C street, Virginia, will be prompt
ly attended to.
Notice of Assessment.
Daney gold and kilveu mining
Company. — Location of Principal
Place of Business, San Francisco, California.
Location of Works, Lyon County, State of
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 12th day
of January, »H75, an Assessment (No. 12) of
Seventy-five (75) Cents per Share was levied
upon the capital stock of the Corporation,
payable immediately, in United States gold
aud 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 16th 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.
r>, San Francisco, California.
Estate of G. C. LANGTRY,
l^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
11 Undersigned, Executrix and Executor
of 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
first 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.
IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE TAXES
on the proceeds of Mines and Mining
Claims for the Quarter ending December 31st,
1874. are now due and payable, and that the
laws with regard to their collection will be
O. E. NASH, County Assessor,
Lyon County, Nevada.
Dayton, Nev., Jan. 24. 1875.
SILVER CITY BREWERY.
MAIN STREET, SILVER CITY.
Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars!
FRESH, COOL LAGER BEER—BREWED
FROM PURE MOUNTAIN WATE
DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
State of Nevada, County of Lyon
District Attorney’s Office. *
NOTICE OF SUITS COMMENCED
To the following named defendant
and to all owners of or claimants to the R*.j
Estate and Improvements thereon, or jB
provements when assessed separately, here
inafter described, known or unknown. yon*
are hereby notified that suits have been'com
menced in the Justice’s Court. Silver citv
Precinct, in Lyon County, Nevada, bv *h
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 improvement*
thereon, and improvements when separately
assessed; and all owners of or claimants t
the same. Known or unknown, to recover th«
tax delinquency assessed to said defendant*
against said property, for the fiscal year
commencing January 1st, A. D. 1874, and emi'
ing December 31st, A. D. 1874, and that *
Summons has been duly issued in each case*
And you are further notified, that unle**
you appear and answer the complaint filed m
said cause, on or before the 18th day of Fek
ruary, A. D. 1875. at 10 o’clock A. M. of that
day, judgment will be taken against yon and
the real e state and improvements ‘ herein
described, for the amount of tax and delin
quency specified, and costs of suit.
Henry Griffin, and the real estate and
improvements, in Lyon County, de
scribed as follows, to-wit : Small
dwelling house and lot oil west side
of American Ravine, south of K,
Griffin's, Silver City. Amount.’ 13 7^
Western Union Telegraph Company,
and the improvements on real estate,
in Lyon County, described as follows,
to wit: 11H miles of line 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
offices. 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 126,
30 20-100 acres; also, Ltd 127, 23 35-100
acres, as per Ross Browne’s Survey
and map of Silver City. Amount_ 37 00
Florida Gold and Silver Mining Com
pany, and the improvements, in Lyon
County, described as follows, to wit:
Engine and improvements ou Florida
mine, east of American Flat road,
and north of Lime Kiln. Amount.. 37 00
GEO. W. KEITH, Distriat Attorney.
R. A. COOKE, Sheriff of Lyon Co.
By GEO. W. SHAW, Dep. Sheriff, Lyon Co.
Dayton, January 13, A. D. 1875.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
State of Nevada, County of Lyon,
District Attorney’s Office.
T^OTICE OF SUITS COMMENCED
Iv 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*
Ion arc hereby notified that suits have
been commenced in the Justice’s Court. Day
ton Precinct, Lyon County, Nevada, liy the
State of Nevada. Plaintiff, against each of
the Defendants hereinafter named, and 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 and
delinquency assessed to said defendants,
against said property, for the fiscal year,
commencing January 1st. A. D. 1874,* and
ending December 31st, A. D. 1874; and that a
summons has 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 lfith 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 r*ul estate and
improvements in Lyon county, de
scribed as follows, to-wit: Lot with
corals, blacksmith shop, and saloon,
building and improvements, Drytown,
Wadsworth. Amount.$32 OC
J. W. Killin, and the real estate and
improvements in Lyon County, de
scribed as follows, to wit: Saloon
and 2»>t. in town of Sutra—Lot 6,
Block 572. Amount. 6 40
James Kempsey, and the real estate and
improvements in Lyon County, Nev.,
described as follows, to wit* Small
dwelling house and lot, in Town of
Sutro; Lot 5, Block 572. Amount... 6 40
Michael Collins, and the real estate and
improvements iii Lyon County, de
scribed as follows, to wit : Small
cabin and lot, east side of Second
street, Dayton. Amount. 1 CO
John Holloway, and the real estate
and improvements in Lyon County,
described as 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, tie
scribed as follows, to wit: 160 acres
Possessory claim; 20 acres cleared;
Mason’s Valley, Section i), Range 25
East. Amount. 6 40
I*. 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, uud the real estate and
improvements described as follow's,
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.
R. A. COOK, Sheriff.
By GEO. W. SHAW, Deputy Sheriff.
Dayton, Lyon County, Nevada, )
Jauuary 13, A. D. 1875. )
SUM M ON S.
ESTATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF
LYON. KS.—In the District Court of the
Third Judicial District.—The State of Nev
ada sends to J. W. DAVIS, Greeting: You
are hereby summoned to appear in an action
commenced against you. as defendant, by M.
MEYER and C. 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 said county, and
answer the Complaint therein, which is on
file with the Clerk of said Court, within ten
days after 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
you, according to the prayer of the said
The 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 rate
of two per cent, per month; all to be paid in
United States Gold Coin—for Goods, Wart®
and Merchandise sold said Defendant, by
Plaintiff, amounting to $685 29; and Black
smithing done for said 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 you
fail to appear and answer the said complaint,
the said plaintiffs will apply to the Court for
the relief prayed for in their complaint, and
take judgment for the said sum and interest,
In Testimony whereof, I, J. a. Bonham.
have hereunto sot my hand and affixed tba
seal of said Court, this 9th day of January.
A. D. 1875. *
_ . J. A. BONHAM,
Clerk of the District Court of the Third
Judicial District, Nevada.
John Powell, Jr., Attorney for Plaintiffs
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