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PiaCHE WEEKLY RECORD,
Published ayery Saturday by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE: WARD'S BUILDING.MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE HALPIN'3 STORK. TERMS I One year, by Mall or Expreiw JS Sx Months 3 None forwarded till paid for. THE FCCORD It & livered in Pioche and Bnlllonville at 25 cants per week, payable to the Carriers. All parsons having business with this office are requested to address the Recobd Publishixo Company. We have no authorized Agents. DA.V1CI, DREW IV THK AflVIV. STItKllT Daniel Drew expects to 1)e released from the Imnltruptey proceedings Hg,inat him next wmr, an! .""-rU hi intention to ftpF'wr in the sheet saain. 'The boys think I'm pisved out." h siH few oiunts ago to Mr. Knight at the H off ID nil House, "but I'll give 'em ainny turn aud twist yet." H his ben living for some time Ht the Hoffman Hons", where be 13 "i8 lively ns a onckt." Hi8 old r--iieiice at the southwest corner of Sevent' tath Rtreet end Union Squars is beiou altered to muke room for stores ami (lata. About $100,000 is to be sp.nt in the alterations. From bis bonne and the one adjoining; two stor a are to be formed, with four lluora of French flats above them. In tbB reur, the farmer stables on Seventeenth street are being r i' moved entirely, and stores unl flats lacing Seventeenth atre-t are to b) erecttd in their places. Kobert Goelet, on the opposite side of Sevento?nth street, at the northwest corner nf the ertqnrH, is ebont the only one of Ihe old family ri'Sideuts on the square who re fuses to Rive away to the march of im proVBineut. His brother, JJeter, clings with the same tenacity to tbu corner of Ninetef-nth street and Broadway. "Uncle Drew" went to Putnam county after l is illness, but be could not rest there in quiet. He win HCjustocned to buy cattle in that district when young, and he says that while sick there he was troubltd with visitors, "some of 'em nighoulera hundred years old," who dunned lure) for cattle they said be had bought on credit when be was a cattle drover. "An' I nev r kept no books how was I to know I owed 'em for thm crittnrs?" He refused to pay, but was so much bothered by the o'd creditors that h came back to N-w York in self, defense. "Besides," he said, it's so dull oaten then-; yer never can tell till the next day bow stocks in I'one." So be oame to the Hoffman H iUse, where be enjoys the advantage of a Gold and Stock Telegraph instrument, and knows who is ruiu-d in Wull street the moment the evi-nt occurs. A Lhsjon in HoBTicuirunK . A fi iveuings sino we took our first lesson in horticulture from the Sheriff, and as wbnt we learned may be of interest to our renders, we give a brief synopsis of me lacts: Wesson t tig trees are in bloom once a month earlier this season than ever b "fore kuou, probably owing to tb" xtruie warm weather. Lesson 2 -Ijiiie peaches bloom b-fnr those of an earlier growth. Lesson 3 If von have a Hg tn e that fads to bear fruit, cut a brunch from ano.b-r fig tree when in bloom, and whip the branches of the nou bearing fruit tree. This remedy never lads to cur the most perverse non-bearing tree. Our instructor tried this recipe on a large nine-year-old tree that hail never borne fruit, aud a large OMp is now harvested every year Les son 4 It you have a tree lhat is inclined to drop iin birk, aud is not thrifty, take a null in proportion lo the siz of the tree, and drive it into the bo.t.v, ami it will iiuuiedittt.iy recuperate An iron touio is as good for a California tree xs for the human system. Visalia Delta, Feb. 2'ltl), Thk Elkctiuc Pkn Ti.e electric pen invented by Thomas A bit Hun, of New Jersey, cousins of a metallic tube, in lb centre of which a Que ue-dle is recipro cated by means of a small eleotro-mag-netio engine placed on the top of the pen. The pen being held in an upright position and moved over pip-r, the rap idly suco-eding thrusts of the u edle cause the surface of the paper to become penetrated with the oharaoters which the hand has traced, After the writing is finished nothing but a faint line ap pears on the surface ol the paper, but on holding it up to the light the writiug ia dearly visible. This sheet, which is called tho stencil, is then placed over a "sheet of plain paper in a frame, and an iuked roller pressed over it; the ink penetrating the holes iu the stencil traosmita the written matter to the clean heel. Ia lam way Ave hundred fac- itnile nnnte. nf the nriulnul wrllin,, ...n b taken, eacn oopy being very oleor and uisiinot. It it said that diamouda have lately declined ia market value. The decline a atlnbuted to the large numbers re eently fouri(i jn nrBzi 6D(j jn tD0 8oulh Afrioan diamond fields. A Paris jewel ler BUVS that the trnde In diMmnnria in. after all. verv limita,! n.ina In iha vaiv 'ew who wear them; and that they keep Passing In rotation from baud to hand. "I fifty persons who buy diamonds, "uy purchase to sell ana n. i t hnv to Rive away, and four only aotually keep "a weac the gems. Tbey pass, he as 'tts, from the hail of the fine lady to --uec ot me penes oi toe demi-monde, " vice versa. Tho OUlv wav In ilialliimilah a ttin.h room from toadstool is by eating the ii. J10" " w mushroom " JUB U1. n is a toadstool. VOL. XIII. THK RIi HKHT I.IVIX9 TOltKBlt. NEW Peter Goelet, the eoo-ntrio old bachelor o( N;w York, ia now probably the wealth iest livina representative of th oid fa milies nf Gotham. His property is es timated at from twenly to thirty millions the moat of it having been made by his Grandfather in the hardware tiade. A French emigrant commenced the hard ware trad before the revolution, and by hard work made money. Every dollar made was in farming, lands a mile or more from the store down town, and for three generations this has been the rule. What was farming land then is covered with six story buildings now. and what the first Groelet bought for 920 an acre is worth to day hundreds of thousands. Tber- ars two of Ih-m left, Peter, the bachelor, being the best known. He oo I'npi.a several lota on the corner of Nineteenth street and Broadway for a residence, the property being worth probably $200,000; aud he keeps it that he may have room for a oow, a dozen guiuea hens, a stork or two, and a fins lot of chickens. "Unole Peter," ns be is c.illed, has a passion for this kind of farming, and he keeps this splendid property idle that he may indulge his whim. He doesn't put a dollar into pictures or book?; h hasn't a single piece of Bculplnre; he never travels or sees anything; never takes part in any public enterprise; but the money that other men put into such things he squan ders on his cow and chickens. Count ing interest, it costs him twenty thous and dollars per year to keep that cow, which makes tb milk come at a dollar a drop It ia a queer siuht a oow feeding quietly in the busiest part of New York. But this is Goelet's whim, and perhaps it is as sensible as many other men's whims. He ia over seventy, and has not a child to leave his vast estate to. His nephews and nieces are all very rich, but as they have not "Uncle Peter's" quiet tastes, they will not object to add bis millions to their own. Thk Luckiest Woman. The young lady who is to marry M. Joshua Mont gomery Sears, the immensely rich young Bostonian, is naturally an object of in terest. She appeared in New York so ciety the other night, at a very enjoyable reception given by ilr. James Colgate, at her spacious residence oo Madison Square South, and as the affair was in her honor, attracted particular attention. Miss Choate, who is the daughter of a lawyer of Cambridge, Massachusetts, is an eminently nice-looking girl, of partridge-like plumpness, a fresh, rosy com plexion, and an npression compounded of grwe dignity and gentleness. She has a aouiewhat (Quakerish air, and sug gests, with all h i quiet prettiuesd, some meek-eyed Bister Huth, whose colors should b dove-like and subdued; a girl, it may be judged, who will make an ex cellent wife, and bear the blushing hon ors that wait npon the ctra sposa of a millionaire with propriety and due hu mility. Not that Miss Choate is not thoroughly v-rsed iu the duties of her slat, in life; only her bearing is so un pretentious that it strikes one most forc ibly by contrast with the somewhat flamboyant, chatelaine-sewing girl one meets ordinarily in society. Perhaps it i all owmg to ber b ing a Boston girl; if so, let us gather young Bostonians while we may, nor beed New Yorkers' sighing. New York Letter. A Black Man Ghadcallt Turning Whitb. Last atutday afternoon we siw quite a curiosity on the streets id be snape ot a human being who, ntteen years ago, was a wll-iV' loped negro, black as the ace of spades, but wuo Is f ist becoming a white man. as far as the color of I be skin goes. The person we spenk of wiih iu K-okuk about three are ago, and at that time began to show evidence of chanjiug oolor, his arms and part of his body being white in spots. Since that time the transfor ma'ion bus b-en gradually going on, and bis appearanoe now ia more white than blaok. His obeeks, ohm. ears. hands, and pirt of bia body are now hue. The black alun peels off In scales, and in another three years he will, with the exception of bis wool, which is as kinky as an Afrioan s, be all white. He was talking of locating here, his present residence being Warsaw. K-okuk (Iowa) Constitution. Thk Bigokht Pkar Tbbk. We have beard of none that equal in size the huge p.-ar tree on the premises ol Mrs. Jnna Fitts, four and a half miles from Cal houn, od the Owensboro road. The tree was planted by Mrs, Fitts in 1811 sixtv-six vears ago who still lives to partake of its fruit, though in very deli cate health. TUe tree Das reaonea tne huge dimensions of eight feet in cir cumference, and in the sixty years in which it has been bearing there nave probably been from seven hundred to emht hundred bosueis oi iruit yeany oathered from its branches, many of which were sold by William Fitts, of this ooiiutv. when but a small boy. to the people of the then flourishing town of Uumsey, this place Deing a wuuerness, -McLean (Ky.) Progress. Ukavt Drain on Ijiaoination. Eeoi tation in Linguistics. Professor, din coursing on the peculiarities of nomen olnture. remarks to the bashful C "Now. Mr. 0 . imagine yourself the father of a child!" Total collapse of C .-Yale Record. Four mora years of infamous Kadioal persistence in executing the laws and proclaiming liberty tnrougnoui tne lanu. It is bard on the bulldoser and Nasby PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD. PIOCHE, NEV., SATURDAY. MARCH 10, 1S77. PBOIESSIONAL 0AEDS. GEO. T. GORMAN. NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLI" COUNTY, 'JOM.1IIMNIONRR OF DERDS FOR OALIKUKMA A.VD UTAH, teeord Office Laeotar Star! lev PIOOHK.rfKV. NOTICE. To H. DufTonbaeker, J. M. Pierce, T. g. Cole man and John tlaker, and to whom it may con cern, yon are heroby notified that you are in debted to the undersigned in the following amounts, viz: rl. Duffdnbackea $15, J. M. Pierce I'M, i', S. Coleman ti and John Raker tin 39 in irold coin, for money expuniied by us in working the at. George mtuo, situated in Ely itlntug District, Lincoln oounty, State of Ne vada. Unless yon pay us at our office in Pioche, Nevada, the above proportional share of said expendltu.-e on said mine winthin ninetv dava from date, together with coBts, your Interests in said mine will be forfeited to us by due pro cesSB of law. Pioche, Nsvarta, Feb. 37, 1877. H. 8. LUBBOCK. m3-90il It. H. ELAM. EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINES. PIOOTTTH EJUREXiA, pare ... -jsan.oo. HALF-DATXY FBOM UAnUJUTON TO tiCHELt. ROBINSON CREEK, AND AND TKI-WEEKLT FBOM SAMTLTOS TO 0EEEET CREEK EVEEI OTHER DAY FROM PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CITY. VIA LEEDS. FARE TO TERMINUS. 0. GILMEE & 8AL1SBUEY, Proprietors. -IARItYIXa U. S. HAIL AUD WELLS, TAJU The Three Line newly Stacked with Fine AMERICAN HORSES anil new CONCORD COACHES. stages leave Ploohe at o'clock A. M. miking close oonnaotlon wltk Ballroad Stage ; rum uamiuon. Offlce at W.lla, FarfCo.'s. nai-rt J. C. LYNCH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR DEALER, Cor. Main and Laconr streets, FZOOECB. IM'JfcaV. OKNT FOB THE CONSOLIDATED TO L bacco Company of California. CIGARS AND TOBACC, Wholesale and detail, mvSl-tf CHAS. STEIN & CO., MAIN BTBKET. PIOCHE, HIT AD A, COMMISSION HOUSE, Wholesale and Betail Dealers a FINE WINES. LIQUORS & CIGARS. COUNTRY ORDERS "romptly attended to, 04-tf ALPS MILL. CUSTOM ORES RECEIVED AND WORKED ON SHORT NOTICE, A. J. BLAIR, dl-tf Superintendent. THE DAILY ETA CALIPORSIA, mEi OLDEST AND bust newspap: KB on the Paolca Coast. Published ITranolsoo, OaUforala. Babattrtpttone raeelTed DT ti. WLESERHOLD. BANKING HOUSES. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA 3P I OOII 33 . Board of Director i JOHN P. KELLEY President JA8. FINLAT80N Vice President CHA8. A. WIEDEltHOLD BeoroUry 0. F. PHILSON J. W. WUIGHT, K. M. BOURNE HABBY I. THOBNTON. Attorneys l THORNTON, KELLET An OARBEB DEPOSITS RECEITED, EITHER ON OPEN account or to iume certificates tnorafor pay able on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN tJPON NEW, YORK and BAN FRANCISCO, And other principal cities of the 0, B. Also npon LONDON, DUBLIN, PARIS, BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Made. Railroad and Attning Stocks Bought sad Sold an Commission, r Money Loaned on Stocks." Correspondents I LAID LAW fc CO., Agents of the Bank) . of California...." New York LONDON and SAN FRANCISCO BANE LIMITED and J. H. LATHAM 4 CO., Htook Brokers San Kranolsco lal-tf. i. W. WRIOHT. Bank Manager. W. E. GRIFFIN, 33 AUICEJFl.. AUD ADIIIt; . WELLS, FARCO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING: BUS INESS. Deposits received on Open AO count or CbrtlHcates issued therefor. Exchanne drawn on all the vrlncical cities of tne united nta.es, Canada and Europe. Will purchase Silver and Crude Bullion or make advances on same and ship for owner's account. coaaBsroiTDurn; WELLS, FARGO & CO., San Franciaoo, Gal. WELLS, FARGO dE CO., 65 Broadway, New York. ErVES, b ALLEN, 41 King William street, London, Eng., Agents Wells, Fargo a Co. OFFICE In Wells. Farm k Go's Buildinn. main street, nocna, Aeviaa. mms-u NOTICE a HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL SELL . to the biiiheBt aud best bidder, or bidders. ml lota, blocks, share and parcelB of land, not conveyed by patent deed and not being con tented tn Court, in the following described tract of land known as the townaite of Pioche, in Lincoln oounty, State of Nevada, to wit: The north-east quarter and the south-east quarter, and the east half of the soitth-weBt quarter of section twen . i-t7?, in township one, north of range sixty-ata u ert, in tne District or ianas, subject to b Uf e Piocjie. Nevada, containing four huudred ictop. according to the official plat and survey on file in the Pioche T and Of- ace. sale to commence on the 9th day of Ap ril, A, D. 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m and continue rrom aay to day untu tne same shall be com pleted. From this date up to the time of the sale all persons so desiring can see maps and description of all lands to be sold as aforesaid. at my otnee, at the Land Omce on Lacour street, where the sale win tafie place. MUKTIMISH FULLER, f 10-td Trustee of the Town-Bite of Ploohe PROCEEDS of tbe MINES Quarter Beginning Oct. 1, 1876, and Ending Deo. 81, 1876, XTOTIOB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE XI Taxes on the Proceeds of the Mines for the Quarter ending Decomber 81, 1878, are new due and payable at the office of the Assessor, at tne uourt-nouse. The law in regard to their oollsctlon will be Strictly enforced. liv-'iw B. r. UAiTun, assessor. Dissolution Notice. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE co-Dartnerehin heretofore ezistluu between the undersigned has this day been dissolved by mutual oonsent, Dick Riepe assuming all in debtedness of the late firm. All indebtedness due the said firm prior to February t, 1877, must be nald to Alex. B. Thompson. Riepe will carry on the business in his own name hereafter. All Parties are notitiod to settle lmmedletely. Pioche, Nevada, February 1, 1877. DICK RIEPE, fS-lm JOHN T1TLK11. PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street, Pioche, Schustricn & Kleine, Prop'rs, T8 FURNISHING A BCPEBIOB ARTICLE X of LAGKB BEER, In quantities to suit, the lowest rates. Adiolnlne- oamsa BODPlled short notice. eMt NO. SO MIS0ELLAUE0US. PROSPECTUS or ih ew York Weekly Herald. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PROF RIETOR, BROADWAY AND ANN STREET. POSTAGE FREE, NNUAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ti. OLUB BATBS. Three Copies, per annum B rive uopies, " ., 8 Ten Conies. ia Twenty Copies General News Summary. An extra copy will be sent to every club of ten ruiun. Additions to clubs received at clnb ratea. Those rate make the Wxkext Hiuuld th. cheapest publication in the country. Terms cash in advance. Money sent by maU will be at the risk of the sender. A generous portion of the Weekly Herald will be appropriated to Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Pomology, and the management ofdomeetio animals. Particular attention will be paid aim to the Reports of the Markets. The aim will be to make the Weekly Herald uperior to any other agricultural and family newspaper In the country. every numner oi tne weekly Herald will con tain a select story, and the latest and most im portant news by telegraph from all parts of the world up to the hour ol publication. During the session of OongreHs the Weekly Herald will contain a summary of the proceed ings, and the latest news by telegraph from Washington, Political, Religious, Fashionable, Artistic, Literary and Sporting Intelligence; Obituary Notioes, Varieties, Amusement, Edi torial Articles on the prominent topics of the day, a review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Mar kets, Financial and Commercial Intelligence, and accouutsof all the important and interesting events of the week. The price of subscription, whenever practica ble, should be transmitted by Postuffloe orders. It is the safest mode of transmitting money by mail. At small Postomces In the country, where Postoffice orders cannot be obtained, money may be remitted In registered letters. Advertisements, to a limited number, will be Inserted in the Weekly Herald. THE DAILY HERALD. POSTAGE FREE. naunl Subscription Price ! Al ways In Advance. Write the address on letters to the Na York Herald la a bold and legible hand, and give the name ot each subscriber, of Postoillce, county aud State so plainly that no errors in mailing papers will be liable to ooour. aulu PIPIF4X, rilHE BOSICRUCIAM WEBB A SECT OF 1 Philosophers who flourished In German during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted profound researches into Natural Science and uccuit Philosophy, and sought to discover the ELIXIR OF LIFE. Although some superstition msv have been developed among them and other AlchemlBts in search for the Elixir Vtte, yet there is scientific truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Astrolo gy. liiey were impressed with the properties of HERBAL PREPARATIONS. And found dynamic and pBychologlo force In me extract ox certain pianu. s- m ac jet- imz Is due to the researches of s learned scholar ol Europe among the archives of the Bosicruclana, It is made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at such seasons of the year when thelx fuices are strongest and virtues untmnaired. forming a combination unrivalled iu tbe mate. ria medica. PIPIFAX Is an enemy tn all corruption it assists and fortifies Natnre. Its manner of operation Is to Drive to the Extreme Psurts And throngb the pores of the skin and all emunctorles of the body, the bad humors which molest it, giving relief even in dlsesses the most refractory and difficult to cure, such as Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Head. ache. Nervous Weakness and Billiousness. It is pleaBaut to the taBte, mild In its sotion, marvel ous In its effects aud unsurpassed as a tonlo. Used as a beverage In malarious districts it nen tralises miasms and prevents fever and ague. eoiu Dy an uruggisis, urooers ana Liquor dealers, vepei uv r ront street, Ban jrranolsco su-amis J. N. CUKTIS, (Successor to Boons A Dolman) FREE CORRAL, Lower Main St., Pioche, ( Wholesale and Retail 1 Dealer la HAT, GRAIN and UTAH FLOUR. Sols Agent la Pioche for M Brotlier Wagons and McCor- miclc Mowina Macliiiies WAGON EXTRAS), din. This Corral la free for the tun of Teamsters Produce Vendors, ao. tnyKl.tf P. II. WW'S SIM, Corner Main end Meadow Valley sta. BEST WINKS, LIQUORS, urto mHlS IS DESERVEDLY A PLACE OF GIN. X B&Ab reran ny a.'l who Indulge la social uisss. oiva mm s oeu. IsMt ,. TERMS OP ADVERTISING. Assessment auuixn Mil Delinquent Sales, per square Postponement Delinquencies, per square.... 4 Dissolution Notice JO Notice to Creditors in Court Sumntcns, per square 8 Special Locals Fifty Cents per line, for first, and Ten Cents for each subsequent insertion. JOB WORK. Done st the Rsoobd office in the best style known to the art; and must be paid for on de. livery, unless persons having the work dons have standing accounts with the office. No dr. vlatlon from this rale. LEGAL. SherifTs Sale. CITOEB ORDKB Of BALK. BT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF 8ALB Issued out of the Seventh JnritH.l ni.trint Court, in and for the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered for JudKment or decree randnrnri in M rVinrf nn the 6th day of February, A. D. 1877, In favor of ciumi ppnug. water company et sis. ana against Hoche Stiver Mining Company et sis., for the sum of seven huudred and sixty-two ($762) dollars, TJ. S. gold coin, with interest thereon, in like gold coin, st the rate of ten per cent, per annum, from the 19th day of Septem ber, 1876, together with coita and dl.bnr.it. ments in this action. Also for a judgment or decree rendered in said Court on the 6th day of Februsry, A. D. 18TT, In favor of Joseph Klsenmann and Frank Am. dorff, plaintiffs and interveners herein, end against Pioche Silver Mining Company et als., iur in. Hum oi one nunarea and fourteen (Vila) dollars, U. 8. gold coin, with tntarest thereon in like gold coin, from the 3d dav of Ortober. D. 1876. with the costs and dl.bnnuimiint. In this sction, taxed at the Bum of one hundred and seventy 60-100 (8170.80) dollars. o aatiBiy ine foregoing ludgmenta or decrees have levied on the followina nrnnnvtv .. mit- The description and particular boundaries of the propel ty authorised to be sold under sod by virtue of this decree, and charged with the pay- uivMv v. ..iu unit, bu iar .. ine same can oe as certained from tbe complaint tiled herein and from the proofs offered on the hearing of thie action, are as follows, vis: That certain mine or mining slsim, knows as and called the Pioche mine, situsted on Spring Mountain, in Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, State of Nevada, the same being a por tion ot lhat certain ledge formerly known as the General Washington ledge and now known as the Pioche ledge or mine, being one thou sand linear feet on said ledge, and bounded on me west oy bo. () jugnt of the Meadow Valley Mining Company's ledge, and extending from the easterly end of said No, (8) Eight of said Meadow Valley Company's ledge, easterly along said Pioche ledge one thousand feet, to gether with tbe hoisting-works now on said Pioche mine, the same being situate st the main Bhsft on said mine, a little east of the Divide and wnth of the main road leading from Pioche to Bullionville, and all machinery In place therein and all Improvements thereon or anywise appertaining or belonging thereto, and all rights and privileges connected therewith. aouoe ia nereoy given that on Satnrilay, the) 3d djr BfHmreb. . D. 1877. 1 will sell all the rtoht nil. .! in. terest of said Pioche Silver Mining Company, in the above described property, st the Court house in Pioche, Lincoln county, Nevada, at 12 o'clock m., at public auction, for cash In hand, to the higheBt and best bidder, to satlaly said decrees and all costs. W.L. McKEE, du Sheriff Lincoln county. Nev. By J. P. CrjETU, Deputy Sheriff. By BiEHur & Binra, Plaintiffs Attorneys. flO-td SherifTa Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of tbe 7th Judicial District Court, in and lor the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered, for a judgment rendered in said Court, on the eighth day of December, A.D. 1876, infavorof Joseph Grrrans ana against nooert uiover and A. uartwlg, for the sum of nine hundred and ninety-six 63.100 (gold coin) dollars, debt, together" vrlth flM.76, tax costs and accruing costs to dste, amounting to 1U6.21, tax costs, and all accruing coata and interest, I have levied on the following prop erty, to-wit: That certain mine, ledge or lode, situste In In Hlchland Mining District, and contaiuing 1.600 feet, more or less, and known on tho records as the "Buena Ventura:" also thst cer tain mine, lode or ledge, containing 1,600 feet, more or lees, and known on the Highland, Min- -ing Records s. the "Louise;" also that certain mine, lode or ledge, containing 1.600 feet, more or lees, and known on the Highland Mining nei-oniN a. ine "iiuna; also mat certain mine, lode, or ledge, containing 1,600 feet, moreot less, and known on the Highland Mining K records ss the "Union Star;" also that certain mine, ledge or lode, containing 1,600 feet, more or less, and known on tbe Highland Mining Records ss the "St. Lawrence;" also that cer tain mine, ledge, or lode containing 1,600 fret, more or leas, snd known on the Highland Min ing Records as the "Annie Mine snd Co.; also that certain mine, lode or ledge, containing 1,6(10 feet, more or less, snd known on the High land Mining Records ss the, "Mayflower;" also that certain mine, lode or ledge, containing l,60u feet, more oi less, snd known on the High- ianu Mining uecoraa as tne "uxceislor;" also lhat certain mine, lode or ledge, containing 1,600 feet, more or less, snd known on the High land Mining Records ss the "Rosalind;" also that certain mine, lode or ledge, containing 1,600 feet, more or lees, snd known ss the Mendha Mine:" all the above described nron- erty being located in tbe Highland Mining District. Lincoln county, Nevada. aotlce is Hereby given that on Monday, the 6th dajr ot February, A. D. 1S77, st the hour ot 12 o'clock m. of thst day, I will sell all the right, title and Interest that B. Glover and A. Hartwig had n and to the above described property on the 27th day of November, 1876, or has had any time since, at the Court-house door, in Pioche, Lincoln oounty, Nevsda, st publio suction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy raid sxe cutlon snd costs. Sheriff Lincoln Oounty, Nev. By J. P. Oinrns. f-trt Deputy Sheriff. NOTICE. 0 DANIEL HASTINGS, MBS. M. BIT CI, H. N. Toftmsn. Alex'r MnMlllian. Henrv Cumlsky, Mrs. 8. O. Barnes, John 8. AtchlBon, A. M. Shields, F. W. Lan- mister, 'monies (i reive, snd unknown owners, and to whom It may concern, you ere hereby notified that I nave expended la money ana iauor tne sum oi three nunarea snd ten vaioi aouars on tne Hlatcsr. Prinea Sllaia. situated in tbe Ely Mining Dletriot, Lincoln County, State of Nevada. Unless you pay me at my otUoe In Pioche, Nevada, your propor tional share of said expenditure on said mine. iot eacn ana every loot you may legally own IB ssld mine, within ninety dsys from the dste thereof, together with coats, your interests In ssid mine will be forfeited to me by due pro esse of law. CHARLES STEIN. Ploohe, Nev., January M, 1677. JsM-SOd NOTICE. I HAVE TUTS DAY BOLD THE BCTCHIB ing business heretofore owned sad ats axed by me the last twelve months to Ml August Adeunsn. All persons owing bills fot meats bought st the People's sad Nevsda Msrkets prior to thla date will please sail sad pay them at my store on Meadow Valley alms, Ploohe, March L 11177. a3-ls F. W. OLUTB.