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PiODHE
WEEKLY RECORD,
Published oyery Siturlay liy
RECORD PUBLISHING CO.
,l(r fioS: WARD'S PT'ILDlSa.MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE HALPIN'S STORE.
One ?nM. by Mail or Express fli
Sjx Mouths 3
Ynne forwarded till naM for. I
THK H-SCORD
Is dHlivnrod In Ploche ad Bnllionvtlle it 29
cents per week, payable to the Carriers.
All parsons havlnii business with this office are
requested to a-ldresB the Kecoed Publishing
Company. We have no authorized Agents.
Til K LADIES OP THE WHITE
HOUSK
thFpioche weekly record;
VOL. XIV.
PIOCHE. NEV., SATURDAY. MARCH 31, 1S77.
NO. 3
The prtSTit is an ere. of kiudly HiGti
incut and, ns oue token of it, we are hup
py to ubseive iu more than one. journal
pleasaut notices of th" lute lady of the
White House. Mrs. Grant seems to r
tire from a position of great r s.juua.bilny
with tne b- p.t wishes of nil who sue li r.
Umtonbtedly she la not iorry to go. As
h good housewife she has not probably
found the executive mansion u very con
venient place of abode. All reports con
cur iu representing that renowned edition
to Ih iu a condition somewhat dilapi
dated, uud actually verging upon the
shabby. In laot, for eight years Mrs.
Ur.iiit has had no house of ber own, und
has really been ut the head of a Img of
lloe maintained for the use and benefit
of the American people. The modest
little Htructnre wbicb she left ut Gal-iiu
was doubtless far pleossnter and in u
Brent teal better repair. We are inclined
to believe that Mrs. Hayes will also think
with some regret of her snug, elegant
aud commodious Ohio home, aa the
auction advertisements say, "'with all the
modern improvements." fi'a know at
least, from her correspondence, tiiatsacb
waa tun homesick feel i uk of Mrs. John
A'lar.B; who was always longing for
the old-fashioned residence, half villa
aud half farm-house, which she had left
in MaauchusettH.
Hutu the ex-President and the Presi
dent are married men. Several of our
Chief Magistrates have not been so for
tuuuie, Mr. Buchanan, for instance, a
bietielor of the oldest kind, would have
fo.tnd his domestic arrangements sorely
trying, but for the lact, grao-j and ele
gance of bis niece. Jeffersou, when he
beoame President, was still mourning
his beautiful wife, too eany lost; indeed
be never ceased to mourn for her. The
charming manners and person il elegance
of Mrs. aduoison are mutters ol history
When Mrs. Jackson, in the quiet of the
Hermitage, heard of ber husband's elec
tion to the presidency, she said simply:
"Well, for the General's sake I am glad;
for my part, I never wished it." She
was dead soon after; she went to a nar
rower place tbau the White House, and
it is stud the Urneral was never the same
man afterward; one of his frieud tiaid
that be grew twenty years older on the
uight of her dratb. Mrs. lyler oauie by
the aecidt-nt of death to the While House,
and she died there, leaviug its domestic
arrangements somewhat at hap-hazard
for the rest of the official term of her
husband
JOHN T. HATHONO'I) MJSIt.
John T. Raymond is very strong as t
matcher. He is not averse to a little
Same of poker or nn occasional touch of
lansquenet, but his p.'Oial adoration is
matching for money. If he can oatoh a
friend while traveling from place to
place, be will match him day and nigbt.
He will go off the stage and match until
be goes on next night. He will match
between the acts. He has now of late
Invented a sjstera of matching with
Willie Deutscb (Florence's maoauer) by
telegraph, and be occupies many of his
spare momeo'3 in this delioate occupa
tion. Wh-n he first struck the "Gilded
Age" be was $15,000 behind, all the re
sult of matching, He paid all this up
with his first profits, then bought bis
wile (.Marie Gordon) a carriage and pair,
anri after that he went to matching again.
If -be meets a friend on the street, be
asks him to take a drink, and then want
him to inatuh. He will go out with a
couple of hundred dollars in bis pocket
in the morning, and return in the after
noon for more. It is a mania with him.
and is said to eat up a goodly portion of
his profile. iist full, when in San
Francisco, Eivmond met Maurice Gran
on the street, and they went together
into the bar-room of the Palace Hotel
Riyoiond proposed matching. Th-y
matched two ten-dollar pieces. Grau
won. They doubled it. Gran won.
From tens and twenties they went up to
hundreds, a streak of luck accompanying
Grau nil throughout. From hundreds
they soon got to thousands. In less than
half nu hour Etyrnond lost $32,000. It
as on honor, of course, as neither bad
that amount of money. Riymond was
excited nnd nervous, and proposed
matching the whole 32,000 on one cast.
Grau cousnted, put down head. Ray
mond matched him and won. This gave
him a Usson for a lime, but be was goon
at it iigain, inveterate as ever. A few
days ago Raymond met Grau opposite
the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Raymond
palled out $50, Gruu bad $20, and in five
minutes tbe latter had lost it. By chance
be fonnd a five-dollar bill in bis pocket,
and matched that; be won, and in ten
minutes after that he bad Raymond's
$50 am) bis own $25 safely stored back
in bis pock' t. That day Gran sent $10
to St. John s Guild. Willie Deutsob Is
about $1,200 ahead at present in bil
matching with Raymond. fNew York
Dramatic News.
GEO. T. GORMAN,
NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLN
COUNTY.
UUMMIHMIONER OF DEEDS FOR
CALIFORNIA AND UTAH,
tecoril Utile,....-. Laf.or Mtrl
lo ' PinriHI.ttfEV.
Bid Medicine. In tbe land of the
Winnebagos the Big Indian of that war
like tribe Bits by the council fire or in
the adjacent streets and eats his heart.
Dismay, chagrin, despair, anger and ap
prehension appear on the faces of the
braves; tor the big Indian has, In lb
bitterness of his spirit, made a terrible
threat. He has threatened to tarn bis
faoe, to tbe wall and lie still and make
believe that be is dead, and thus to ex
cite tbe repentance and remorse of an an
grateful people that will not let him have
PROFESSIONAL 0ABDS.
NOTICE.
To H. Duftenbacker. J. If. Fierce, T. 8. Cole
man and John Baker, and to whom It may con
cern, you are hereby notified that yoa are in
debted to the undersigned in the following
amounts, viz: tl. Dulfenbaokea $16. J, M.
Pierce $20, I1. 8. Coleman $2 and John Baker
Sl8.an. in gold ooln, for money expended by us
in working the at. George mine, eitoatea in my
Mining District, Lincoln county, State of Ne
vada. Unless yon pay us at our office In Pioohe,
ft avail, th above orooortiooal share ol said
expenditu:- on said mine wlnthln ninety days
from uate, togetner witn costs, your iqmimw
in aald mine will be forfeited to as by due pro-
ss of law.
Ploche, Nevada, Feb. 37, 1877.
H. . LUBBOCK.
m3-90d R. H. BLAM.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BANKING HOUSES.
TERMS OP ADVERTISING.
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Postponement Delinquencies, per aqnara. . . . 6
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Board' f Dtrtm
JOHN P. XEIXEY President
i J AS. FINLAYBON Vice President
OHAS. A. W1KDEBHOLD secretary
0. F. PHILBON J. W. WRIGHT,
B. M. BOURNE HARRY I. THORNTON.
Attorneys t THORNTON, EELLEY ft GABBER
DEPOSITS BEOEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN
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able on demand.
EXCTIANGH DRAWN I PON
NEW TOEK and 8AN FRANCISCO,
And ether principal cities of the tl. ti.
Also upon
LONDON, DUBLIN, PAEIS, 1'BiiLIN
i all of the principal cities of Enrop.
Currency Bought and Sold.
Collections Promptly Made.
Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought
and Sold on Commission.
r Money Loaned on Stocks.
Correspondents t
LAIDLAWk CO., Agents of the Bank) yurt
of California 1
LONDON and SAN FB AN CISCO
BANK LIMITED and a.
LATHAM CO., Stock
Brokers.
Ban Francisco
jal-tf.
J. W. WBI3HT. Bank Manager.
his own why. ' When vou return home.
Urs. Fierce arrived at Wash- said Pnsh-ma-ta-ha to bis companions,
ington undtr tbe shadow ol a great be
reitveuieiit, ber ouly child, a Que lad of
13 years, having been killed by a railroad
accident tbe preceding Jauunry. Mrs
Filluior-, it will bj remembered, died
just after ber husband weut out of offlc
'the vnin,' men will come out to meet
yoa. Tbey will ask you, 'Where is
Fnsb-uiii-tit-ba ion will sav to tnem,
FuHb-ma-ta-ba is no more.. Tbey will
hear this like tbe sound of tbe falling of
awighty ouk, in the stillness of the for-
Bcanes leave Ploeue at B o'clock A. M.
making close connection with Railroad Stage
from Hamilton.
Onto at Walla, Fare dt C.'.
nll-tf
sud pi lineal disappointment and do- est." And that Is just the way that in
IU.M. ..-.-I' -I... A. .A ..... I..... nffii.i..! A ...cN l.l- ITT I I -III i. .. k. 1
tueslic Uriel cloiulfd uis laH official d ivs
We have not mentioned the stately ludy
ol the trus aristocrano Virgiuian blood,
who was tbe w.fe of VVaebiugtoa, and
who will ulways be remembered with
bun. She was never tbe lady of the
White House. Of tbe wives of other
rtenidents there is little known aud
nutuiug of public interest to be said.
We think it creditable to tbe character
ol AiUTican womeu, aud un evidence of
tueir tact and ability graceful ly to adapt
tbeiu'elves to circumstanoes, that uo
rrrsiilent's wile has shown any Liariicn
lar iucxpucity for the positiou Ibroagh
wsut ol good breeding sud riigU!Dd man
Hers. Usually all the ladies of the
Frsideut's huuse have been respectfully
(retted by the press aud the public, and
there has been little soandalous tittle.
tattle about any of them. Two or three
of tbeni have been remurknble for
deeply reliiiious character. -We are sure
that the best wishes of tbe nation attend
the oo uiin n of the new mistress ol tbe
While House, and that in her hands its
trsdilional dignity and deoorum of life
win ue preserved. .New lork Tribune,
tbe Winnebago village they have beard
the threat of the Big Indian; for tbe
sense of startled horror, tbe wonder of
what may come next, tbe conception that
a mere earthquake or meteoric sriower
would be in tbe nature of an anti-olimax
all this overwhelms their thoughts.
and they have not energy enoaph left to
put their beads in tbe ashes or to sew on
to their waistcoats tbe buttons barsted
off in tbe first psroxysm of despair and
rage. Borne insist that the Big Indian
should not take on in this way merely
beoause of tbe bad rondnot of Mun-Wbo-
Vlak-s-His-Owo-Cabinet; but tbe Big
Iudian is resolute and will positively die
and lh Little Indian will inherit all bis
propi-rty, iocludicg tbe Winnebago vil
lage and the Beat in the United States
Senate. fNew York Herald.
J. C. LYNCH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LIQUOR DEALER,
Cor. Mala and Laconr streets,
fiooho, xras'v.
also
A GENT FOB THE CONSOLIDATED TO-
JX. bacoo Company of California.
CIGARS AND TOBACC,
Wholesale and BetaU.
aiTSl-tr
MABnuoK Etiqosttk. It is contrary
to custom to invite uuests to the mar
riaue ol a widow. If a widower marries
a young girt, tbe etiquette ts the Bame
as that of a tirst marriage. A widow
must marry in the mormug early, with
out show, and has only ber witnesses
and those ol ber ntenned. tier dress
must be plain, of quiet oolor; black
Un leaving
Tbe President baa received a couQ
tlential letter from n lunatio residing in however, is not admissible
New Orleans, who desires to come for- cburob, tbe brido invites to breakfast tbe
ward and thrust btmsell into tbe breach witnesses who have formed the party,
of Louisiana affairs and solve for tbe but no other guests are invited to this re-
Vresidout and the country tbe vexed and past. Ou the fifteenth day after tb
troublesome Louisiana question. The marriage, cards are sent bearing the new
proposition in oold blood is this: Ue
offers to send Mr. Packard, as be says.
to neii Dy the most direct route, wbicb,
being freely translated, reveals an offer
to assassttiute Mr. Packard. He says in
his letter: "Of course I will be arrested.
I "hall plead guilty, shall be convicted,
ana as a mutter of course sentenced.
When this is done all that I ask of vou.
Mr. President, is that you will simply
pardon me. I, as a bigh-minded patriot.
will perform my part as a simple duty of
ridding the conutry of a iniaoreant, and
at the saru time ridding yon of any re-
sponsibility in deoiding which is tbe
lawful GoveMor of Louisiana."
addresses of the married pair. A widow
never makes wedding calls after remarry
ing. Those wbo receive tbe oards do
the visitiog. There is a . month al
lowed for the return of oards and the
visits. Wheu a single lady marries, af
ter having passed tbe usual age for mar
rinse, the oeremonv should be slmpl
and unobtrusive. Demorest's Monthly
A Western newspaper bas tha follow
ing notice: "All notices of marriage
where no bride oake is Bent, will be set
uo in small type and poked in an out
landish corner of the paper. Where i
hnndsome piece of oake is sent, the no
tice will be put conspicuously in large
letters; when gloves or other bride favors
are added, a piece of illustrative poetry
will be given In addition. When, now
Walking on FLowEns.-rThs latest at
weddings Is to have the main aiBletbiok-
y strewn with flowers. At th inurriuon
of Mr. Millikin to Miss Outbout. in New ever, the editor attends at the ceremony
Xork last week, tbe bride walked over a in person, and kisses tbe bride, it will
mat stretohod from the door to tbe altar have a speolal notiee very large type
"""Bi tasnionea 01 evergreens and filled and most appropriate poetry that ean
u uy lines, roses and violets. begged, borrowed or stolen."
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Write the address on letters to the New York
Herald ia a bold and legible band, and give the
name of each subscriber, of PostofBca, county
and State so plainly that no errors in mailing
papers wiu be liable to occur. auiu
PIPIFAX
THE R08ICBUCIAN WERE A SECT OF I
Philosophers who flourished In Germany I
during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted I
profound researches into natural science ana I
ucouit rnuosopny, ana eougni to discover tne
ELIXIR OF LIFE.
Althoaffh some superstition may have been
developed among them and other Alchemists in
search for the Elixir Vita, yet there is scientific
truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Astrolo
gy. They were Impressed with the properties of I
BKHBAli rlll.r AHATIUilo,
And found dynamic and psychologio force in
tbe extract of certain plants.
W.E.GRIFFIH,
"B A TT I3t: 33 H .
AH9 lOHi;
WELLS, FARGO & CO.,
PIOCHE, NEV.,
rpBANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUS-
J. INHBB. Deposits receivea on upeo ac
count or Certificates issued therefor.
Exchanae drawn on all the principal cities of
the United States, Canada and Europe.
Will nnrchasa Silver and Crude Bullion or
make advances on some and ship for owner's
account.
oOBaxwpoiiD-urrsi
WELLS, FARGO it CO.,
Ban Francucu, Oat
WELLS, FARGO dc CO.,
es Broadway, New York.
EIVE8, dk ALLEN,
SI King William street, London, Eng.,
Agents Wells, Fargo k Co.
OFFICE in Wells. Fargo Co's Building,
Main street, Piocha. Nevada. mr26-tf
out of the Circuit Court of the United States
In the Ninth Circuit, in awl for the District of
Nevada, and to me directed and delivered for a
Judgment rendered in said Court on the 10th day
of May, A. D. 1876, in favor of Mary Jane Wil
liams, Administratrix of the Estate of Samuel
Williams, deceased, and against the Newark
Silver Mining Company, a corporation, for the
the aum of twenty thouaand (gold coin) dollars
damages, together with M7 aO-ICO tax, coat,
and all accruing costs and interest, I have
levied on the following property, to wit :
Regulator Lodo No. 2, located July 1, 1873;
Atlantic Lode, located January 21, 1873:
Regulator Lead No. 9, located February! 26,
1873; Regulator Lead, located January 20, 1873;
Atlantic Lead, located January , 1873; Regu
lator Lead No. 2, looted February 28, 1S7S.
Bach of the above described leads and lode
were located by C. W. Watson end contains
1.800 feet undivided. Also all the mining
ground described in a deed from tne waamng
ton and Creole Mining Company to said Newark
Silver Mining Company, dated February 26,
1874, and recorded in book "L" of mining
records, on pages 113 and 114, in the County
Recorder's office in Lincoln county snd State
of Nevada; also the Banta Clara Lode, located
June 25, 1HU4, containing 2,000 feet; also the :
Charter Oak Lode, containing 1,000 feet; also
Amador Tunnel Mining Claim, located June 11,
1872, by Jamea Morgan and others, containing
3,000 feet. All of the above described lodes,
leads, mining claims aud property are situate
and being in what is now known as Ely Mining
District, in Lincoln county, Nevada. Also that
Afteen-stamp quartz millsitnate in said county, -near
Dry Valley, and commonly known as the
Condor Mill, together with tho mill-site, water
rights and water-ditch thereto attached, and
the boarding-house, blacksmith-shop and
biiildlnua attached to aald mill: also two .
acres of land at said mill and described in a
deed given by George A. Treadwell and others
to the Amador Tunnel and Mining Company,
and dated February 7, 1873, and recorded In
hook "L" of real estate deeds, on pages 2s5, 260,
267 and 268. iu the County Recorder's office in
said Lincoln county. Also the shsft snd hoisting-work
on what is know as the Newark Mine,
and also Baid Newark mine situate on Panaca
Flat, near the Raymond A Ely hoisting-works,
in said mining diauict and county.
Notice is hereby given that on
Friday, the 80th day f March,
A. D. 1877, between the hours of 9 O'clock s. m.
and 6 o'clock p. m. on said day, to wit, at
the hour of 12 m., I will sell all the
right, title and Interest which the said Newark
Sliver Mining Company had in and to the above
described property on the said loth day of May,
187(1. and has bad therein at any time since.
at the Court-house door in the town of Ploche,
in the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, at
public anction, for cash in hand, to the highest
and best bidders, to satisfy said execution snd
and all costs.
AUGUSTUS ASH, '
United States Marshal,
By J. P. Crana, Deputy
Ploche, Nevada, Kerch 8, 1877. mrlO-td
NOTICE OF SUITS COMK1ENC ED.
CHAS. STEIN fc CO.,
MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, HEY ADA,
STORAOB
COMMISSION HOUSE,
Wholesale and Eetail Dealers
nt
FI5E WINES.
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
COUNTRY ORDERS
"romptly aitenM to.
ALPS MILL.
CUSTOM ORES
RECEIVED AND
WORKED ON
SHORT NOTICE.
m A. J. BLAIR,
dls-tf Suparintaodant.
tun uauii xuiia wAuuiuiuuiii
THE OLDEST AND MOT NEW8FAPEB
on th Pacific Ooaat. Publiahad at Sas
Fraactsoo, California.
Shaaaorintlasas naalved v
O. WIEDBSEOLD.
Is due to the researches of a learned scholar ol
Europe among the archives of the Bosicruclans.
It is made oi
TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS,
Gathered st such seasons of the year when their
luicea are strongest and virtues unimpaired.
forming a combination unrivalled in the mate
ria mealca.
PIPIFAX
Is an enemy to all corruption it assists and
fortifies Nature. Its manner of operation is to
Drive to th Extreme Part
And through the pores of the skin and all
emunctorles of the body, the bad humors which
molest it, giving relief even in diseases tne
most refractory and difficult to cure, such as
Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Head
ache. Nervous Weakness and Bllllousness. It is
pleasant to tne taste, mud in its action, marvel.
oua in Its effects and unsurpassed aa a tonic
Used as s beverage in malarious districts it nen.
trallaes miasma and prevents fever and ague.
Sold by an Druggists, urocersana uqnor
I dealers, vapot sua jrroni street, nan jrrsncisoo
ui-amr
NOTICE OF St'ITS COMMENCED.
Stats or Nsvada. )
District ob Posoctin Attorhei'i Orncx. I
To the following named defendants, and to
th owners of or claimant to the mine or min
ing claims, and Improvements thereon, known
or unknown, you are nereoy notinea tnat suits
nave been commenced in tne sustioe s urart
of Ploche Township, Lincoln county, Nevada.
by the State of Nevada, plaintiff, against each
of the defendants hereluai ter named, and each
of the following described mines or mining
claims, with improvements thereon, and all
owners of and claimants to the same, known or
unknown, to recover tbe tax snd delinquency
assessed to said defendants on proceeds of
mines for tne quarter commencing October 1,
1STS. and ending Decern oer at, leio, ana tnat i
summons has been dulv issued In each case, and
you are further notified that unless you appear
and answer tne complaint niea in saia cause on
or before the 26th dav of Anril. A. D. 1877. judg
ment win ne taken against you, ana tne posses
sory claim to the mine or mining claim, and
improvements thereon, for the amount of tax
and delinquency speciued ana costs:
IAX AND DEITKQUKKCT.
UNKNOWN OWNER The noasesaory
claim to the mine or mining claim sit
uate: lying and being In the Ely
Mining District, Lincoln county. State
of Nevada, known as the "Yolo mine,"
being 2,220 feet of mining ground sit
uate on the northerly slope of Spring
Mountain and about 200 yards souther
ly from No. 3 olalm of Meadow Valley,
located March 17, 186s, and recorded
March 20. 186(1. in the mining record
of aald Mining District 13 56
TJNENOWN OWNER The possessory
claim to mine or mining olalm situ
ate: lying and being in the Ely Min
ing District, Lincoln county, Stat of
Nevada, known as the "Newark
mine," being 800 feet of mining
ground, aitnat about 800 feat easterly
from the Raymond & Ely works on
the Lightner shaft, located Septem
ber 4, 1871, and recorded September
10, 1871, In th mining records of Bald
district M 00
THOMPSON CAMPBELL,
xorM-td - District or Prosecuting Attorney.
NOTICE
TS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT I WILL SELL
tntha hhrheat aud boBt bidder, or bidders.
all lots, blocks, shares and parcels of land, not
conveyed by patent deed ana noi oeing con
tested in Court, ia tbe following described tract
of land known as the town-site of Ploche, in
Lincoln county, State of Nevada, to wit: ine
north-east quarter and the south-east quarter,
and the east half of the south-west quarter of
section twenty-two, in township one, north of
range sixty-seven east, in the District of Lands,
subject to sale at Pioche, Nevada, containing
four nundrea acres, accenting to tun umciai
plat and survey on file in the Ploche Land Of
fice, gale to commence on the Kth day of Ap
ril, A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock a. h., and continue
from day to day until tbe aame shall ue 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 office, at the Land Office on Lacour
street, where the sale will take place.
f lOtd Trustee of the Town-Site of Pioche
REDEMPTION FUND.
TREASURER'S OFFICE,
Pioohb, Marsh 16th, 1877.
rTHE HOLDEBS OF CERTIFICATES OF
Indebtedness of Lincoln County, accrued
prior to the 1st of April, A. D. 1876.
Whereas, there la now the Bum of One Thou
sand Dollars in the Redemption Fund. I here
by notify the holders or said inaeoteaness tnat
sealed proposals for the surrender of the same
will be received at my office np to the 31st day
of March, A. D. 1877, In accordance with an
Act of the Legislature of the state of Nevada,
approved March 4th, A. D. 1876.
v, a. ruut.-,
xarl7-td. Treasurer.
State or Nevada, Cotnrrr or LracoLM, 1
DitrnicT on PaosEGtnTsa Attobsbx's Omen, f
To the following named defendants, and to
all owners or claimants to tbe real estate,
and Improvements thereon, or Improve
ments whero asessed separately, herein- .
alter described, known or unknown, you ore
hereby notified that suits have been com
menced in th Justice's Court of Ploche Town
ship, Lincoln county, Nevsda, by the Stat of
Nevada, plaintiff, against each of the defend
ants hereinafter named, and each of the follow
ing described tracts or parcels of land, with
the improvements thereon and improvements
when separately assessed, and all owners or
olaimants to the sme, known or unknown, to
recover the tax snd delinquency assessed to
said defendant against said property for the
fiscal year commencing Deoember 14. 1874, and
ending December 14, 1876, and that a summons
has been duly lsauea m earn case; ana yoa x
further notified that unless yon appear and an
swer th complaint filed and Bhow cause on or
before tbe 17th day of April, A. D. 1877, Judg
ment will be taken agalnat you, and the real
estate snd improvements bereinatter described
for the amount of tax and delinquency specified
and costs of salt: ,
T1X AITD BELUQCKICT.
WALE k COLLINS Possessory claim to -three
lots fronting on Main street, In
Ploche Nos. 24, 26 and 26 $55 41
UNKNOWN OWNER Possessory claim to
lot fronting on Main street. Ploche,
formerly belonging to Morney-lot
No. 3 block 20 SIS SO
UNKNOWN OWNER Possessory claim
to lot fronting on Main street, Ploche
-lot 7, block 29 ill M '
TAYLOR BAYLE8 Posseasory claim to .
160 acres of land situated three miles
south of Bullionvllle $40 04
L. FOBS Possessory claim to forty acres
. of land situated eighteen miles N.E.
from Pioche known a Foes' ranch.. $13 61
JOSE DEL FONZALTDA-Posseasory claim
to 160 acres of land as a stock ranch,
adjoining Coleman's grass ranch, Lit
tle Spring Valley $37 73
THOMPSON CAMPBELL,
tnrlT-td District or Prosecuting Attorney.
NOTICE.
TO DANIEL HASTINGS, MRS. M. BUCK,
H. N. Toftman, Alex'r McMUIIan, Henry
Uumlaky, Mrs. . u. Dames, hous o.
Atchison, A. M. Shields, F. W. Lan
miater, Thomas Greivt and unknown
owners, and to whom it may concern, you are
hereby notified that I have expended in money
and labor the sum of three hundred and ten
($310) dollars on the Black Price mtn.
situated in the Ely Mining District, Lincoln
County, Stat of Nevada. Unless you pay mo
at my office in Ploche, Nevada, your propor
tional share of said expenditure on said mine,
for each and every foot you may legally own in
said mine, within ninety days from the date
thereof, together with costs, your interests In
said mine will be forfeited to me by due process
of law.
CHARLES BTEIN.
Ploche, Nov., January 20, 1877. ja27-0d
NOTICE.
I HAVE THIS DAY BOLD THE BUTOHFB
ing business heretofore owned and men.
aged by me the last twelve months to Mr
August Adelman. All persons owing bills foi
meats bought at the People'a and Navad
Markets prior to this date will pleas, call and
pay them at my store on Meadow Valley a trees.
Ploche, March 1. 1877.
m3-lu F.W. CLCTE.
SherilTg Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IBSUlD
out of tha District Court, in and for th
County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, and to m
directed and delivered, for a judgment rend
ered in said Court on the 8th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1876, in favor of Joseph Oerreaa
and against Robert 0 lover and A. Hart,
wig for the some of nine bundled and
ninety-six 63-100 t99(l 63-100) dollars, debt,
together with $190 26-100, tax, coats, and all ac
cruing interests, I have levied ou the following
property, to wit: The property hereto for
known as the Highland Furnace, formerly
owned and controlled by Bobert Glover and A.
rtartwic and others: also the boardlaa-hons
and other property, situated at or near said
furnace, belonging to said Robert Glovar and A.
Hartwig at the time of the rendering of sold
judgment.
Notice is hereby given that on
Ttamday, tha 10th day af April, .
A. D. 1877, 1 will sell all th right, title snd In
terest of said Robert Glover and A. Hartwig la
and to the above described property, at tb
Court-house door. In the town of Ploche, Lin
coln county, at 12 o'clock m. of aald day, at
publto auction, for cash in hand, to the nigneae
and beat bidder, to satisfy sold MeenMoa Bad
all cost. W.L. McKM,
Sheriff Lincoln ooanty. Nav.
By J. P. CuBTia,
mrl7-td Deputy Sosrlff.
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