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PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD,
Published eyery Saturday by
RECORD PUBLISHING CO.
OCFICE: WARD'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE HALPIN'S STORE.
TERMS I
One year, by Mall or Express 15
Six Montha , 3
None forwarded till paid for.
THE PKCORD
Is delivered In Pioche and Bulllonvllle at 29
cents per week, payable to the Carriers.
All persons having business with this office are
requested to address the IIkcord Publishing
Company. We have no authorized Agents.
A VOL'THFUL, WANDEREH.
HI rung' Vlclsaltmles of n Twelve-Year-Old
Buy, Whoso Mother wan
Itlurderad and HI. father Hisniced.
From the Brooklyn Eigle
As Serjeant Diihlnreerj, of the New
York Mnlberry street polioe, was, lint
liiht, t Crosby ami Broom sin-eft, lis
was approached by a boy twelve years
old, wbn ked aim for Bbelter, as bo
was a siraDgur anl hungry. He was
taken to tho Mulberry Street Polios Sto
tioD, where be told a ritnarkab's story of
yonthml vicissitudes.
He said bis natne is William Donlep,
and that h bad been brought up wilb a
traveling ciroua. His parents bad at one
time been uiinbers ot H. V. Cole's
meongeiie aud circn. Hi mother was
a bora rider and his f iiher was a cburiot
and biaebaok ridflr. The boy rode tbe
velocipede, and was also souk and dance
boy. He said hn bad traveled uroaud
the wor!d with diff.irerjt circru troupes,
and his earliest reoollections w.r ol
circus riders, trnpeze performers and
performing hone". About two years aijo,
ha s iiil. bin parents removed ro Joliet,
III. His father then bum to drink, and
frequently went home ioloxia ited. Then
he ubin-d his wife and butt hi r.
Ooe ui(j bt, in a quarrel, tbe boy's
father ran her out of tu bous i and theii
stabbed and killed her. Then followed
the awful days ol his father's trial, cou
viotion and expiation 'on the callows.
Then the homeless wanderer and orphan
azain went with Cole's oirens. which
travelled throughout Canada. Ho was
abused and beaten, and lit Hamilton be
ran away from them, fearing .that he
would be murdered also. II" begged his
way to Chicago III., aud from there
walked to Buffalo.
Then be adopted the expedient of
playing deaf and dumb, to obtain that
sympathy which otherwise had failed to
Becure him a passage to this city. Con
ductors of freight trains took compassion
on him and be was transferred from
plaoe to place until he finally reached
here, an orphan and penniless. "It was
kind of mean, I know," declared the boy,
npoloetioallv, "to play auch a trick
up jo the conductors, but it was th only-
way I knew ot Keltinu to .New x JK
where I hav hard even b (igir boys
have become nob m-rebnut8
He is an exceedingly bright an l in
tell incut la I, frxnH aud outspoken, and
in spite of the blight which has been cast
over his younn li'e, esciterl the svnpa
thies ami interest of Captains Allaire
and Cooeland, wbi o bis Hioinii ma'le
the s' ition vooal with its sweetness, He
was finally sent to the c ir of tbe So.
cbty for the Prevention of Cruelly to
Ubihlr-u.
COMB IT
BKSVVKK TWO POt.AU
BEAKS.
The Cologne Gazette oonlaius nn no
count of a combat which took plaoi in
the Zonlngioal Gardens of that city be
tween to polar ba'S, wh'oh, that jour
nal remarks, "a Roman Emperor would
assnretl y have paid a million sestertii to
witness. Thtse two bears bad bi n
brought from Spiizbergen five years ago,
and had be-n placed in a large pit with
a tank iu tbe center TJutil wilbin tho
last few duys they had remained upon
rxccllrut terms with each other; but
last we. k a quarrel occurred between
them, tbe result of which was that the
female bear took refuse upon the sum
mit of a large rock in one vomer of the
pit. Tbe male did not attempt to follow
her, and she remaiued there three duys
When, pressed by hunger, she descended
again. As soon as the male bear saw
her he immediately rushed at her and
attacked her with his fore-oaws. The
keepers attempted to separate tbum, aud
oeiuborecl the male bear with heavy iron
bars, but tbe bones in the head of tb"
polar bear are so much harder than
those of the ordinary bear that these
blows look no effect. Tbe male bear
continued to wreak his veugeance upon
his companion, nnd after having almost
torn her body into ribbons, he dragged
her to the bottom of tbe tank and held
her there till he felt assured that all sign
of life was extinct. He then brought her
body hack to the floor of tbe Dit. and
dragged it round the tank for nearly an
nour. After this be withdrew into his
sleeping-den to rest from his labors, and
the keepers at once closed the iron bars
upon him. Having examined the body
of the dead bear, they found that it bad
received more than a hundred wounds;
the neck aud head were crushed almost
to a jelly, and the flesh was bangiDg in
strips from the baok and sides. Daring
me wnoie oombat neither of tbe bears
uttered a cry or sound of any kind.
A Bnatou olurgvman bad a olerioal
crothtir aa a Bueat, and at breakfaut tbe
visitor was asked to invoke a blensina.
H was an opportunity be felt bound to
improve, and the exoeoted brief iimnmi.
tiou bad already gtretohed out into n
imiK uruver. and tbe beufataalc uat.
tirJK oold, when an impatient little one
of llio bouaebold shouted out, "8y
Atneu, Mr.l" It is unnecessary to add
that the wish of the vouuaster was
quiokl, gratified.
THE PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD.
VOL. XIV.
BILLS TfllT HtVli BKCOIIK HIVS
WITHOUT TIK GOVUtt.MOlt'd
NIGN TVItl.
Fr.m the Careen Appeal, 15th.
Following is a list of bills passed by
the late Li gislalure and Whicb, having
remained in the possession of the Gov
ernor tbe nqmsiie time to become laws
by his uon acion, wtra ysterdiy trans
ranted to tb- a- rretary nf state from th
Exeontive offi.-: "An Act to anthnriz.
the County Cummissinuers of Washoe
county to issue bonds for certain pur
poses ;" An Aot to create a current ex
pense fund for White Pine eiiunty;" Au
Act to create a onrrent xpense fund for
Nye oonnty;" "An Aot to oreate in
spectors 9'1 to provide for the inspec
tion of gs meters. (l lns bill niakis
the Chief of Police in the various cities
am) towns of the Slate ex-offliiio inspec
tors and anthoriz s them to charge $2 50
lor eaeh inspection. Kp. Appeal.)
"An Act to create the right of way for an
endless wire rope railroad from a point
ih the City of Virginia, in tbe county nf
Storey, to a point in the town of Gold
Hdl, in tbe same county, and to protect
the same;" "An Act to authorize the
County Commissioners of Storey oounty
to issue bonds for school purposes in tbe
Virginia City and Gold Hill school dis
tricts and to provide for the payment of
tbe same;" "An Act to creale a current
expanse fund for Lincoln county;" "An
Act to admit Charles L. (juHen, minor,
to practice law upon examination and
due proof of qualification as provided by
law;" "An Act to aulhorizj tbe School
District No, 10, in Washoe county, to is
sue bonds for the purpose of providing
additional school buildings for said school
district;" "An Act to authorize the
County Commissioners of Esuierelda
county tu issue oertain bonds and to
provi.1i! for the payment of the same
An Act to authorize the lr us tees of
School District No. 1, in the county of
Elko, State of Nevada, to issue bonds
for the purpose of providing additional
school buildings for said district." Tu
each of these laws is appended tbe fol
lowing official statement and signature:
Ibis bill having remained with the
Governor ten days after the final ad
journment of the Legislature, (Sundays
excepted), aud no objections having been
found by his Excellency, it has has there'
fore become a aw this 1 4th day of March,
1S77. J. D. Minor, Seo'y of State.
LYNCH LAW l.V 31ARlXtD.
A Villain Physician ftairjred and Car
rled into the wonus, anil Terribly
wmppeu.
A letter to the Baltimore Gazette from
Charleston, Kent oounty, gives the story
nf a terrible chastisement inflicted upon
Dr. Joseph Lore, the physician of that
village. Ibe doctor bad betrayed a girl
named Kate Taylor. Oa the night of
the l'Jth of February the doctor was at
boms converging with Mr. and Mrs.
Frvor. when a knock was heard at the
door. Mrs. Pryor responded, and fou:
men entered. Two of the party are b-
lieved to have been William Taylor and
a friend named Josenh Turbet. One of
the men inquired if Dr. Lort was in, and
received an affirmative replv. The entire
party then rushed nto tbe hall and
passed iuto tbe parl r. Lort's face
blanched with terror as cocked revolvers
ere pointed townr I him. He offered
no resistance, and wi.s ban Jcuff -d. After
being handculfei Lort wasgagged, plaaed
in a light wagon a borne rapidly away.
Tbe wagon was driven to an unfrequented
woods a sbort distance outside of tbe
village.
Lort was p irtly stripped of his cloth
ing an 1 inform- d tb it be could take bis
choice of dying bv his own hand or of
recetvtng a severe castigatton. Hs chose
the latter. Young Taylor was assigned
to do tho whippiug, and bad provided
for the purpose a new whalebone whip.
The victim was sromely tind and the
whip applied vigorously until it was com
pletely worn out, and the blood wag
streaming from the doctor's back, which
wits lacerated in a shocking manner.
It is reported Ihnt he was then struck on
the head with the butt-end of tbe whip
and knocked insensible, in which con
ditiou be was left on tbe ground. After
the assailants returned to Sassafras an
alarm was ivn, and a party Btarted in
search of the doctor who removed him
to Mrs Pryor's residonoe, His wounds
were thought at first to be of a very dan
gerous character, but were afterward
found not to be as severe as at first ap
prehended.
Jonau and tuk Whalk. A naturalist
walks holdlv to tbe (rout and announces
that tbe prexervation of Jonab in the
whale's belly was not a miraole. The
throat of tbe whale is lare, nnd is pro.
vided with a bag or intestine so oonaid-
pr.ible In sizt that whales frequently
take into it two of their young ones when
weak, and especially during a tempest.
As this reoeptaola m furnished with two
vents that serve for inspiration. It
olaimed that Jonab could have lived
there comfortably, Bnd wilb a reasonable
amount of furniture, for many years
provided he oould have obtained food
and drink.
A Milwaukee editor writes in tbi
melancholy Htraiu: "We didn't want
our wifj to go to the auction, and so we
bid ber shoes to keep her at home; nav
iug an oocasiou to so ont an hour after
ward, we looked for our boots, bnt
they weren't there, neither was our wife.
It inn t atjy ne."
" Whom do yon like beat, Aunt Jane
or Aunt Mary?" asked a little miss.
"Ob, Aunt Mary, of oourse, 'oauss she
keeps the oookies on the lower shelf."
PIOCHE, NEV.. SATURDAY, MARCH 24,
NOT GUtLTY."
When a grocer's boy yesterday d
livered a basketful of paoktges to a lady
on Columbia street, her quick eye de-
tided the tact that she had received only
eleven oranges in plaoe of a dozen.
lonnrf man, you ate that other or
ange as you came along," she exclaimed,
as she recounted the number.
Never never!" be earnestly replied.
'Well, where is it, then?"
'They probably counted Wrong,
ma am
'Well, I'll go right biok with you and
see. i
'I didn't eit that orange," he began,
after a little rafleation; 'bnt I'll tell yon
how it was Down here about two
blocks I saw an old chap in bis garden,
his hat banging on a plum free as be
sawed at a limb. He was the bald-bead-edest
man I ever saw, ma'am, and I've
travelled all over tbe world."
Well, what has that to do with the
crange?" she asked.
'Lots, ma am heaps. If you was a
boy, and yon saw such a head, and you
knew you could hit it and get away all
right, wouldn't you put an orange agin
it?"
'It was very wicked," she softly
answered.
'Weil, duuno but 'twas, bnt if yon'd
seen that old gent oaten, his legs and
make a jump, and if yon heard him yell
ont as be came down and grabbed for
bis bat, wby, ma am you d lend me an
other orange to pop at some one aa I go
baok "Detroit Free Press.
Tbb Oldkst Chcbch in the United
States. Isle of Wight County, Virginia,
has the honor of having within its
limits tbe oldest church iu the United
States. It is St. Luke's Church, and
stands not very far from the main road
from Smithfield, about twenty miles
from Norfolk. It was erected in 1632. nf
bricks imported from England. In 1762
it received its denominational name,
The Rut. Mr. FuTkuer was one of its
first pastors, and there are records to
show that he was in obarge as late as
1644. All of the material of the church
was imported, even tbe lime and wood
work. The timber is of English oak,
and was framed previous to Buipment.
Where it has not been exposed too
tuuob to the elements it is still perfectly
sound, while tbe mortar is so bard that
steel brought in sndden contact with it
produces sparks. On the eastern side
there is a window twenty feet high, of
stained-glass, representing Scriptural
subjects. The pilliars which strengthen
the walls, are wide at tbe bass and taper
towards the eaves have somewhat
mouldered, and various shrubs and
vines, and even small trees, have rooted
themselves therein. In 1737, or one
huudred and five years after it was bnilt,
it wan given a new roof ol Bbingles, and
in 1927 it reoeived Its third aovering.
An effert is now being made to rie
means to repair the old church, and it is
to be hoped that the laudable enterprise
.ill meet with the fullest success.
A Tkkbibls Sdicidb. At Detroit,
Michigan, qo the 4th inst., George 0.
Wlieelt-r attempted suicide, was snocesH-
ful and is dead. Ha was a bard student,
aud the direction of his investigations
was toward chemical mysteries. Of late
his friends suspected insanity, ns a fw
months ago be claimed to bitve discov
ered the secret of raisiog the (land by a
eheuiical compound, wbioh he aprinkied
over the body after death. He built a
machine with which to kill hrnself, in
order that bis friends might restore bim
by means of bis discovery. This ra.t
chine is a marvel of ingenuity. A stout
wooden framework supports a large
balance wheel, to which are attaoUed
knives, portions of scythes, and an axe
head. Baok of this is a complex ar
rangement of small wheels aud pulleys,
a'l operated by a powerful steel spring.
When sot in motion the machine is oap
able of running itself at a fearful speed
for ten minutes. (J loss by is a tnree-
sided trough, in wbioh be placed himself.
Alter setting tbe devilish arrangement in
motion, his bead, wbioh ha laid under
the wheel, was slashed and cut beyond
recognition.
The Saoaciii of a Undsr. A con
respondent informs us that in tbe vil
iage of Drayton a grain buyer, several
weeks ago, saved a gander from two dogs
who were aoting rudely toward mm, and
ever siuce be has shown the greatest af
lection for his protector; in faot, he
never leaves him while in the market,
and if he enters a store or other placo
of business the gander will remain out
side tbe door until his guardian comes
out, and will always greet bim with kind
ness, which be shows by making a great
uoise, flapping bis wings, wagging his
tail, and following him wherever he
goes. He is tbe observed of all observ
ers, and is oertaiuly A ouriosity. He
oan be seen every day in the village, fol
lowing bis proteotor from door to door.
The perceptive faculties of the gander
are remarked by everybody, and particu
larly by strangers, as be will peroeive
bis proteotor in the morning as he oomes
to business, several blooks away, and
will immediately fly to him with every
demonstration of love. Toronto Globe.
The sum total ot railway lines through
tbe prinoipal oountries of the world bow
reaches a distanoe nearly fourteen times
tbe oircuuiferenoe of tbe globe, or oue
and a half times a journey to the moon.
Of tbis total the United States' lines ex
tend 75,585 miles; Great Britain's, at
home and through ber foreign domain,
66,101; Russia's in Europe and Asia,
34,914; those of Franot, 30,670; and ot
tbe German Empire. W.BSa.
PROFESSIONAL OAEDS.
GEO. T. GORMAN,
'MOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLP
COUNTY,
;on.nissiNER op dehbk poh
CAbirOUNIA AMD UTAH,
lev-ord ()fllwt ...... .....Laeonr Street
PWOHK.tlKV.
NOTICE.
To H. DtilTenbitcker. J, M. Pierce. T. 3. Colo-
nun and John Uaknr, aud to whom it may cou-
ceru, you arn nernby notmed that yon are in-
iiuD'eci to tiw midersignea in toe Toiitiwing
anumntH, viz: n, Uunuubauxea J. fiL.
Pierce $'20, T, S, Coleman $'i and John Bukvr
f16 '25. In gold coin, for money expended by us
in wonting cne tic. ueore mine, tntuattm m .iy
mining District, Lincoln comity, state or Ne
vada. UuleuB you nay ua at our office in Ploche.
Nevada, the above proportional Bhare of said
expenditure on said mine winthin ninety days :
irom date, toaetner with ooats. your interests
In aald mine will be forfeited to na by due pro-
ceaw or uw,
Pioche, Nevada, Feb. 37, 1877.
H. 8. LUBBOCK.
m3-90d R. H. EL AM.
EVERY OTHER DAY
STAGE LINES.
PIOOHH
FARE - - -33.O0.
HALF-DAILY FROM
HAMILTON TO
SCHELL,
ROBINSON
CREEK,
AND
AND TBI-WEEKLY FROM.
HAMILTON TO CHEERY OEEEK
EVERY OTHER DAY FE.0M
PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CITY
VIA LEEDS.
FARE TO TERMINUS, 40.
GILMER & SALISBURY, .Proprietors.
JplABRYIXO U. 8. MAIL AND WELLS, TAB-
V Wit UU.'U KAFUEBH.
The Three Llnea newly Stacked with I
Ptne AMERICAN HORSES and
new CONCORD COACHES.
s.aiiea leave Ploche at 8 o'clock A. M..
nakiug clone connection with Railroad Stag
-roua aamiiGoa.
OfflcaatWtlla, Fargr dt Co. ,
n'il-tl
J. C. LYNCH,
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
LIQUOH DEALER,
Cor. Mala and Laconr streets,
PIOCtTB, ISTJJ Vr.
i GENT I'OR THE CONSOLIDATED TO-
j. bacoo Company oi California.
CIGARS AND TOBACC,
Wholesale and Retail.
mv31.tf
CHAS. STEIN tfc CO.,
VAIX STREET. PIOCHE, RETADA,
STORAQZI
COMMISSION HOUSE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
ra
FINE WINES,
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
COUNTRY ORDERS
"romptlf tttondttd to
o4.tf
ALPS MXLXi.
CUSTOM ORES
RECEIVED AND
WORKED ON
SHORT NOTICE.
A. i. BLAIR,
dl-tf
Superintendent.
THE DAILY ALTA CALIFORHIA,
TH OLDEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER
on tha Paciao Coast. Published a Sao
wranolsoo, California.
HnbacriDtlonaraoalvad bv
C WIEDERHOLD.
8t7.
NO. 2
BANKJNG HOUSES.
THE STATE
BANK OF NEVADA"
PIOOII33.
Board of Dtroqtorai
JOHN P. BELLE?. President
JAS. FINLAY80N Vice President
CHAS. A. WIEDERHOTJ) Bmiratary
0. F. PHILSON, J. W. WRIGHT
tt. ST.. BOUItNE,.. HABBY. I. THORNTON.
Attorneys i THORNTON, KELLEY& GARBER
TlEPOSITS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN
I aaoount or to lean, oartlftoatas tnenf or Dar
aoie on demand. -
EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON
NEW TOEK and BAN FRANCISCO,
And other principal oltlaa of the U, 8.
Also npon
LONDON. DUBLIN, PAEI3, BEliLIN
And all of the principal cities of Europe.
Currency Bought and Sold.
Collections Promptly Made.
Uuilroad and Mining Stocks Bought
and Sold on Commission.
' Monoy Loaned on Stocks.
Corr.apoadanta i
LAID LAW A CO.. Agent, of the Bank 1 .
of California. ..7? J Haw York
LONDON and BAN FRANCISCO
BANK LIMITED and J. H.
LATHAM 00., Stock
Brokers
Ban Vrauclico
Jal.tf.
1. W. WRIGHT. Bank M anager.
W. E. GRIFFIItf,
AUD ABES;
WELLS, FARCO & CO.,
PIOCHE, NEV.,
rpBANSACTa A GENERAL BANKING BUB
X INEHB. Depoaita received on Open Ac
count or Certificates iaaued therefor.
Exchaniie drawn on all the principal cities of
the United States, Canada and Europe.
Will tmrchase Silver and Crude Bullion or
make advances on tame and ship tor owner's
account.
comjuttPoiTDEirra:
WELLS, FARGO CO.,
San FranclacO) Cal.
VVKLLS, FARGO dc CO.,
U Broadway, New York.
EI VES, dt ALLEN,
61 King William street, London, Eng.,
Agent Wells, Fargo k Co.
OFFICE in Wells, Fargo It Co's Building,
main street, riocna. wmiia . uu-xo-ti
NOTICE
T8 HEEEBY GIVEN THAT I WILL SELL
I to tbe blithest and beat bidder, or bidden,
all lotn, blocks, Hharu and parcel of laud, not
conveyed by patent deoa ana not neing con
i tested in Court,' in the following described tract
I of land known at the town-tnte of Pioche, In
Lincoln oounty, Btate of Nevada, to wit: The
nortb-eaMt Quarter and the south-east quarter,
and the east half of the south-west quarter of
wctlon twenty-two, m townttbip one, nortn oi
range sixty-seven east. In the District of Lands,
I subject to sale at Pioche, Nevada, containing
four hundred acres, according to tue omciai
plat and Btirvey on hie m tne f locne LAna ur
noe. Sale to commence on the Oth day of Ap
ril, A, D. 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m., and continue
from day to dnv until tbe same shall be com
j pitted. From tbis 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 office, at tne iana umce on ijacour
b treat, wnere tne Boie win naae piace.
fl04d Trustee of the Town-Site of Pioche
REDEMPTION FUND.
TREASURER'S OFFICE,
Pioche, Marsh 10th, 1877.
i mO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES OF
X Indebtedness of Lincoln County, accrued
prior to tbe 1st oi April, a. v. iwo.
w nereas, mere is now tne sum oc une rnou
sand Dollars in the Redemption Fund. I here
j by notify the holders of said indebtedness that
sealed proposals for the surrender of the same
will be received at my office up to the 31st day
of March, A. D. 1877, in accordance with an
, Act of tbe legislature or tne Bute or Nevada,
I approved March 4th, A. U. l7rt.
If, A, I'lLJi?,
mrl7-td Treasurer.
NOTICE.
fPO DANIEL HASTINGS, MBS. M. BUCK,
1 H. N. Toftman, Alex'r McMilllan, Henry
uumlsky, jars. . u. names, jonn B.
Atchison. A. M. Shields. F. w. Lan-
mister, Thomas O reives and unknown
ownors. and to whom It may concern, you are
hereby notltled that I have expended In money
and labor tha turn of three hundred and ten
ItlllOl dollars on the Black Prince Mine.
situated in the Ely Mining District, Lincoln
County, State ol Nevada, unless you pay me
at my omoe in mocue, nevaaa, your propor
tional Bhare of aald expenditure on aald mine,
for each and every root you may legally own in
said mine, within ninety days from the date
thereof, together with coats, your interests in
said mine will be forfeited to me by due process
ol law. . - ,
CHARLES STEIN,
Pioche, Nev., January 26, 1877. ja27-90d
NOTICE.
I HAVE THIS DAT SOLD THE BUTCHER
ing bualneas heretofore owued and man.
agea Dy me tne lasti twelve months to nr
August Adelman. All persons owing bills toi
meats bought st tho People s ana Nevada
Markets prior to this date will pleaae oall and
pay them at my store nn Meadow Valley street.
pioche, Huron l, mi l.
m3-lm F.W.OLUTE.
TUHtlS or AOTBRTMIXa.
Aaaeaanionc. nuhiuw, .1.. .... . . ..136
Delinquent Sale., per qnara....
Pnatponement DeUnquenolaa, par aquare.... f
Dlanolntlon Notice- 10
Notice to Oredltoni 10
Court flnmmcna, par square... t
npeoiai locaia nirty uenta per line, for Btl.
tun .iutn r BWD .UUWHW1 UWTUDH,
JOB WORK.
Done at tbe REOORn nfllna In the bait atola
known to tbe art; and mnet be paid for on do
liver;, nnleaa persona baring the work dona
have utandlna account! with the office. Mo da.
vtatlon from thla rnle.
LEGAL.
United States Marshal's
Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF N EXECUTION ISSUED
out of thn Circuit Court of the United Btatea
In thn Ninth Circuit, in and for the Oiatrlct ot
Nevada, and to ma directed and delivered for
Judianent rendered in said Court on the 10th day
of May, A. D. 1876, in favor of Mary Jana Wll
llama, Admlniatratrlx of the Estate of Samuel
William., deceased, and again lit the Newark
Silver Mining Company, a corporation, for the
the auru of twenty thousand (old oolnl dollars
damaiiea, together with M7 iO-100 tax, coete,
and all acorning coat, and intercut. I have
levied on the following property, to wit:
Kegulator Lode No. f. located July 1, 1R7S: '
Atlantic Lode, located January Hi, 1873; .
Reirulator Lead No. 4, located February! IS,
1H7II; Regulator Lead, located January as, 1873;
Atlantic Lead, located January , 1873; Regu
lator Lead No. 2, looated February 28, 1873.
Kauh of the above deacribed lead and lodea
were located by 0. W. Wataon and contain
l.oOn feet undivided. Also all the mining
ground deacribed in a deed from the Washing
ton and Creole Mining Company to said Newark
Silver Mining Company, dated February 26.
187, and recorded In book "L" of mining
record a, on pagea 113 and 114, in the County
Recorder', office in Lincoln county and State
of Nevada; alao the Santa Clara Lode, located
June 28, 18(4, containing 2,000 feet; alao tha
unarter Oak Lode, containing 1,000 feet; alao
Amador Tunnel Mining Olaim, looated June 11,
1M72, by Jamea Morgan and others, containing
8,000 feet. All of the above described lodea,
leada, mining claims aud property sra annate
and being in what is now known as Ely Mining
uiMinot, in i-incoin county, nevaaa. aibo tnas
flfteen-Btamp quartz millaltuate In said oounty, ,
near Dry Valley, and commonly known as tha
Condor Mill, together with the mill-atte, water
rlghta and water-ditch thereto attached, and
the boarding-houae, blacksmlth-ahop and
buildings attached to said mill; also two
acrea of land at aald mill and described la
deed given by George A. Treadwell and others
to the Amador Tunnel and Mining Company,
anu aatea reDruary 7, 1H73, and recorded in
book "L" of - real estate deeda.on pagea 26S, 266,
2117 and 2C8, in the County Recorder's office in
aid Lincoln county. Also the shaft and holst-lng-worlcs
on what la know aa tha Newark Mine,
and also aald Newark mine situate on P.naca
Flat, near the Raymond: ft Ely hoisting-worke,
in aald mining diatiict and oounty.
Kouca is nereoy given mat on
Friday, tha 30th day of March.
A, D. 1877, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m.
and 5 o'clock p. m. on said day, to wit, at
the hour of 12 m I will sell all the
rluht, title and interest which the aaid Newark
Silver Mining Company had in and to the above
deHcribed property on the aald 10th day of May,
in mi, ana nas naa therein at any tim since,
at the Court-house door in the town of Pioche,
in the County of Lincoln. Stste of Nevada, at
public auction, for cauh In hand, to the highest
and beat bidders, to satisfy said execution and
and all coBtn.
, , AUGUSTUS ASH, - -
United States Marshal,
Bv J. P. CvBTia. Denntv
Ploche, Nevada, March 8, 1877. mrlO-td
NOTICE OF Mt'lTS COIH3IENCBD.
Statu or Nxvada, Co mm ev Lwcolh, i
DltTEICT OB PEO.ECUT1NQ ATTOBHKV'a Omci.
To the following named defendanta. and to
all owners or claimanta to the real eatate,
and improvements thereon, ur Improve
ments whem aaeased aeparately, herein
after described, known or unknown, you are
hereby notltled that suits have been com
menced in the JUBtice s Court of Pioche Town- :
Bliip, Lincoln county. Nevada, by tha State of
Nevada, plaintiff, againac eacn or the derend- .
ants hereinafter named, and each of the follow
ing described tracts or parcels of land, with
the improvements thereon and Improvements
when aeparately aasesaed, and all owners or
claimanta to the anme, known or unknown, to
recover the tax and delinquency assessed to
Bald aetenaant against sain property lor tne
fiscal year commencing December 14, 1874, and
ending December 14, 1875, and that a summons
has been duly Issued in each case; aud you are
further notified that unlesa you appear and an
swer the complaint med and show cauae on or
before the 17th day of April, A. D. 1877, judg
ment will be taken against you, aud tha real
estate aud Improvements hereinafter described
for the amount or tax and delinquency specinea
and costs of suit:
TAX AHD BKUNQCIHCT.
WALE k COLLINS Possessory claim to
three lots fronting on Main street, In
Pioche Nos. 54, 2S and 26 $28 41
UNKNOWN OWNEB-Possessory claim to
lot fronting on Main street, Ploche,
formerly belonging to Morney lot
No. 3. block 20 (13 86
UNKNOWN OWNER Possessory claim
to lot fronting on Main street, Ploche
-lot 7. b'ock29 1 53
lAlLun jia.iijBi! roseesHory claim to
100 acrea of land situated three miles
south of Bulllonville (40 04
L. FOBS Possessory claim to forty acrea
of land situated eighteen miles N.B.
from Ploche known as Foes' ranch. .(12 63 1
JOSE DEL FONZALIDA-Posseasory claim ,
to 100 acres or land as a atock ranch, .
adjoining Coleman's grass ranch. Lit
tle Spring Valley $37 73
THOMPSON CAMPBELL,
mrl7-td Diatrict or Prosecuting Attorney. .
Sheriff's Sale. T
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the Diatrict Court, in and for tha
County of Linooln, State ol Nevada, and to me '
directed and delivered, for a judgment rend
ered In said Court on tho 8th dsy of Decern-'
ber, A. D. 1816. in favor of Joseph Gerrena
... in u, llnharf fllninia anil 4 H.ri.
wig for the sume of nine hundred and
ninety-six 63-100 (996 63.100) dollars, debt,
together with (190 25-100. tax, roata. and all ac
cruing interests, I have levied on the following
property, to wit: The property heretofore
mown as tne uigniana Furnace, formerly
owned and controlled by Robert Glover and A.
Qartwig and others; also tho boardlng.houm
and other properly, situated at or near said
lurnace, belonging to aaid Kooert uiovar and A.
Hartwlgat thu tiinuof tha rendering of aald
judgment.
noiico is nereoy given mat on
Tueatlay, tha 10th day of April,
A. D. 1877, 1 will aell all tha right, title and In
terest ot ssld Robert Glover and A Hartwig in
and to the above described property, at tho
Court-house door. In tbe town of Pioche, Lin
coln county, at 12 o'olockm.of aald day, at
public auction, for cash in hand, to the higheat
and met Didder, to satisfy said execution au
all coats. W. L. MoKAB.
Sheriff Linooln county, Nav.
By J. P. Cusrns,
mrl7-td Deputy Bbarlff.
PHILADELPHIA BREWERY.
Main Street,.... FtaaSM,
Schustrloh & Klelne. Prop's.
IS FURNISHINQ A SUPERIOR AKT10LX
of LASER BEER, in Quantities to suit, at
tha lowest rates. Adjoining oampe anpsiled ea
soors Bonn.

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