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PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD,
Published eyery Saturday by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE: WARD'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE HALPIN'3 STORE. TERMS i One year, by Mall or Express JH Blx Months 3 Nan forwarded till paid for. THE P"CCOHD la delivered In Ploche and Bullionvllle at 29 cents per week, payable to the Carriers. All peraons having business with this office are requested to address the Record Publishing Coupany. We have no authorized Agents. WAS FiRRtGtT MIRED UIG01NC1. A writet iu Scribner (or February, who wus au ej'--wiiueHi ol tbe battle in Mo bile Buy, itkn tbe nt-Kotivn uf tbe abov quantum aa follows: Whun ibe fl-et had croaked tbe bar und us irii-Me of Sniid Iaiand, . .and bn,l. a,.;) wished in within about one inile ami a qunrtcr of Fort Morgin.Admuul F.rragut coolly and de liberately ascended tbe starboard main rigging, and baited just beneath the top. Passing bis arm up through tbe "lub ber's bole," be seized tbe loot of tbe pilot, Martin Freeinuu by name, who was standing in tbe maiutop, giviDg or ders to tbe heltnsmaD. The Signal Quartermaster, in obedieuoe to tbe or ders of Captain Drayton, took np a haoi-mook-lasbiuii to secure tbe Admiral to tbe Btirou Is, so that, iu ous he sboald be killed, his body should not fall over board or on the deck, bat by Freeman's advice tbe Admiral wonid not allow it to be pissed around him. Tbe QiMrlermuHter returned with bis lash ing to th deck, and Farragtit, the brave, pissed tbe long line of torpedoes and the Confederate forts and tlJet nanciithed, while still clioging to tbe loot of bs trusty old pilot, Martin Freeman. This is tbe truth which the historian Bbould receive and reoord, if be choose to make note of what was bat an incident in that terrible action. Many survivors of that day will vouch for the above account. As for Martin Freeman, be still lives in the immediate vicinity of the bay where tbe battle was foagbt, being tbe principal keeper of Horn Island Light House iu Mississippi sound. Bbould any one chance to question this writer's assertion in regard to the above natter, he is re speotfullv referred to Mr. Freeman, who wet probably better acquainted at the time with the movements of Admiral Farrsgut than any other iudividval in tbe fleet Captain Percival Drayton, per haps, eioepted and he is known as tbe beroio and loyal son of south Carolina, and Fleet-Captain of tbe West Gulf Squadron, Tbe philosophy of Admiral rarracnt a chosen position 19 eesily eY plained. During tbe noise of the battle be naturally desired to be so stationed that wbeo no human voice could be beard aloft, sboald it be necessary for bim to communicate with tbe pilot, by tigbtlv grasping the foot of that person, thesigual would be noticed; and, as a fact, Mr. Freeman did respond, and, by bending down, leant his ear to the "lab ber's bole" for such orders as tbe Ad miral wished to give bim. THE CARDINALS. The creation of nine new Cardinals will raise the number ol members of the Sacred College to Bixty-six. At present it consislB of six Cardinal Bishops ra trizi, (Dean,) Amit di San Fillippo e Sorao, Die Pietro, Saoooui, Goidi and Bilio forty-three Cardinal Priests and 8 Uardmal Deacons, or fifty-seven in all Sixtus V in 1568, fixed the number of the Cardinals at seventy, bnt there are generally vacancies. In I860 there were 69 Cardinals; in 18G-1, but fifty-nine; in November, 1867, tbe Sacred College counted no more tban fifty-two members. Tbe two senior Cardinal Bishops owe their creations to Gregory XVI, wbo reiKnd from 1831 io 1816 immediately preceding Pins IX. The six seniorU ar dioal Priests were named by tbe same found. Tb"V are the Cardiuals de An glis-Vaumceili-Cnsoni and Von SubwarZ' enbiirg, Carafa ili Trai tteo. A-qmui, and Eiario Siorz. All Ihe other Cardinals, including the Deacons, have received their rd bats at tbe bauds of tbe pres eut roue. Ut tbe three Knglish-sp-ak ing Cardinals, Cardinal I'ullen is eighteenth on tb list of priests, between Arobblsbop bourn chose, of Koueu, and Cardinal Hobeiilohe. Archbishop Mo Closkey, ol New York, dimes thirty-sixib, imm-diately af er Car 'iual Ledocbowski, and thirty-seventh is Archbishop Man ning The oldest Cardinal on tbe list is the Archbishop of F-reuo (d Anuelis) wbo was born on tbe lGi b of April, 1792, iweuty-seven days before tbe Pope him self; only three, others date from tbe eighteenth ceuturv. The voauuest is Cardinal Bonaparte, born on tbe 16th of November, Wis. Ilia eminence is twen tieth in order ol precedence of the Car dinal Priests. When the new Cardinals shall have been created, the Italians in tbe Sacred College will number forty-one gainst twenty five o! all other national iiiea. That was not a bad joke on tbe mdi cai profession whioh was made by clergyman, in the. time of Cromwell, wbo was deprived of bis llvinu tor noo-oon fortuity. This parson, a harmless man enough, went about saying to bis friends "That, if be were deprived, it should oost a hundred men their lives." Sum moned belore a magistrate, be thus iu interpreted his words: "Should I lose my beueQoe, I am resolved to practice physio, sod than I may, i( I get patients, kill a hundred men." Stanlev XfatthAv.' lattiAM - lessor of mathematics. THE PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD. VOL. XIV. A tlTJKRR STORY. An Unknown Animal in the Stomach. From the New York World, Harlem has a sensation in the person of a negro girl named Hattie Brown, wbo is supposed to be suffering from tbe presenoe o' a live animal, of some kind as yet unknown, in her intestines. Dr. Demarest furnishes tbe following par ticulars of tbe case, which be had gleaued from the girl herself and from a careful examination made recently, lie was oalled to attend Hattie, who is described being abort! twenty-five years old, fairly educated, and having a slight fluure and prepossessing f ainres. She resides at No. 433 East One Hundred and Twen tieth street, with b ' mother and aunt, and the family -.J'', dressmakers. . Between fife auu six years ago Uattie attended a picnic, and during tbe day drank some water from a running stream, and now, she says, remembers Doticing that she swallowed some object of appreciable size, though it was for gotten almost immediately afterward, and only recalled when it wan supposed that some living creature bad taken up its abode iu ber body. Not long after this occurrence her health began ta fail. and a disease of a curious nature fastened itself upon ber, which advanced with slow but certain steps lor several years, until she was finally incapacitated for work, sue gradually wasted away, grew weak, and suffered apparently from a lack ol vitality, and finally, remembering the incident related above, ooncluded which is nothing new as a superstition among negroes that she was suffering from the presence ol some living thing in her intestines. Her theory was ooo- hroied before long by ber unwelcome tenant giving unmistakable evidenoes of its presenee by periodically emitting dis tinct sounds and moving itselt trom place to place. The girl having con ceived the idea that tbe parasite bad itfi likes and dislikes, and was aroused to greater activity, causing ber consequent pain, by ber eating or drinking certain thing-!, and consulting ber own oomfort as well as that of tbe parasite, regulated ber diet aooordiugly. The object, what ever it may be, at length grew to such a size as to be plainly discernible in her emaciated state as it shifted its position fiom place to place in her intestines, but if touched or attempted to be grasped, as she bad several times tried to grasp it, it would fly to tbe otber side of tbe body, its course being plainly discernible through the abdominal walls. Tbe suf ferer attempted several times to grasp it in such a way as to be able to strangle it, but was always unsuccessful. Ihe voice of the oreature v iu variously de scribed as resembling the barking of a puppy, and a low, gurgling sound, but when beard by the physician me "Ker chunk," which accompanies the descent of a bull-frog into a puddle. Tbe case has been treated several times as one of simple tenia or tape' worm, that being the natural conclusion reached by pbyaioians whom she has hitherto oonsulted from tbe statement of her difficulty, hut she now says she withheld the truth from them and re. fused to submit to an examination through fear that they would desire to perform an operatiou upon her, Tbe remedies usually prescribed for tape worms were given ber, but were never ao corded a a lair trial, aud ber case went from bad to worse. Liquor in large Quantities was tried in tne enort to ue stroy tbe interloper, and in tbe hope of reviving ber shattered system, it was observed tbat enormous quantities of liquor would have no effeot on the girl, who was entirely unused to mem, out would apparently stupefy the parasite for a time, laudanum aud opium having tbe same effect. But when the effect bad passed away tbe parasite s move' ments were conducted with buco in creased vigor, and its restlessness caused the patient such intense pain, that their use was discontinued. When she takes food the parasite comes up close to tbe nit of ber st omacb. and she claim tbat she can distinoiiy "leei it swauow. Dr. Demurest says be saw with bis own eves and beard with bis own ears tbe movements and voice of the inter loper. A oareful examination failed rtet ct any signs of any other trouble or disease about tbe girl, aud if this troubl re removed be thinks she would be an exceptionally healthy woman, Her ap. petite is not greater ban that 01 an or dinally healthy person, tbe only thing about ber being an extreme irregularity of tbe bowels. He is firmly oooviooed tbat tbe girl has a living animal of torn sort in ber iutestines, and equally sure that it is not a tape-worm. A oase so an nsnal. of oourse. only leaves room ,os "tXDectant" treatment, as it is teobni cally called, at least until something furtber Is developed. us does not, however, entertain very sanguine hopes of beneficial results from medioiue, but thinks tbat it will be necessary to open the abdomen and out tbe intestines in order to remove tbe Intruder. This op eration, which is an exceedingly delioate one, has been frequently performed with satisfactory results in other oitnouities, and, Dr. Demarest thinks, oau undoubt edly be used as a means of settling the question of "What Is it?" aud of saving the girl's life, it Bhe can be induoed to oonsent to it. Faria letter: Ulster overcoats are all the raue now: even ladies wear them. A gentleman asked a janitor tb other day: "Is Monaienr Tbibant at home?" Janl- I tnr answered: "I really oan I lay. 1 I i.;- TTiau r.au K I,,., nnw rmfc who I was in it it more than I know." PIOCHE. NEV., SATURDAY. APRIL 7, 1S77. PBOrESSIONAL OABDS. GEO. T. GORMAN, NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLr COUNTY. uonnimsioNER of deeds for CALIFORNIA AND UTAH, Aeeuril OUlca Larour Eliroei Inn PlOCHR.nJFV. NOTICE. To H. Duffenbicker, J. M. Pierce, T, 8. Cole man and John laker, and to whom It may con cern, you are hereby notified that you are in debted to the undersigned in the1 following amounts, viz: H. Dufftmbaekea $1(1, J. If. Pierce $20, V. ft, Ooleman $2 and John Baker $10 3S. in Kold coin, for money expended by ua in working the tit. George mine, situated In Ely Mining District, Lincoln eounty, State of Ne vada. Unions you pay ua at our office in P lochs, Nevada, the above proportional share of said expenditure on Raid mine winthin ninetv days from date, together with coatB, your interests In said mine will be forfeited to ub by due pro ceftBB of law. P ioc he, Nevada, Feb. 27, 187T. H. S. LUBBOCK. m3-90d R. H. EL A. M. EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINES. PIOOTTH ....TO.... 33 XT H 33 33L J. . FARE ... -i$33.00. HALF-DALLY FROM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON CREEK, 1LSB SCHELL AND TBI-WBEKXY FROM HAMILTON TO OEESSY CREEK EVERY OTHER DAT FROM PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CUT. VIA LEEDS. FARE TO TERMINUS, S40. GILMEB & SALISBURY,. Propriatora. -ptARBYINGl U. 8. MAIL AND WILLS, FAS. The Threw Lines newly Stacked with Fine AMERICAN HORSES and CONCORD COACHES, stages leave Ploehs at I o'clock A. 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Write the address on letters to the New York Herald In a bold and legible hand, and give th name of eacn subscriber, of rostoince, count; and State so plainly that no errors in mailin paper www) uaoie to occur. auiu PIPIFAX. npHE ROSICRUCIAS WERE A SECT OF X Philosophers wbo flourished in Germany I during the seventeenth oentury, and prosecuted I profound researches into Natural science ana occult f hiiosophy, ana sought to discover the ELIXIR OF LIFE. Although some superstition may have been I developed among them and other Alchemists In I search for the Elixir Vitn, yet there is scientific truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Astrolo-1 gy. i ney were impreea witn tne properties of HB.KH.1l. rKKf AKATIUnB. And found dynamic and psychologlo foroe lit tne extracs oi certain plants. Is due to the researches of a learned scholar ol Europe among the archives of the Bosicruclans. It is made of TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS, Gathered at such seasons of the year when their Juices are strongest and virtues unimpaired, forming a combination unrivalled in ths mate ria medica. PIPIFAX Is an enemy to all corruption it assists and fortifies Nature. Its manner of operation Is to Drive to the Extreme Parts And through tbe pores of the skin snd all emunctories of the body, the bad humors which molest it, giving relief even in diseases the most refractory and difficult to cure, such as neuralgia, vyspepsia, constipation. Hick Head ache, Nervous Weaknoss and Blllionsness. It It pleasant to the taste, mild In its action, marvel oua in ltB effects sud unsurpassed as s tonic. Used SB a beverage in malarious diatrictsit neu tralizes miasma and prevents fever and ague. soia oy an vruggists, urocersand Lianot aeaiera. uepa. ew front street, Dan XranClSOO si7-smts NOTICE OF SUITS COMMENCED. State or Nevada. 1 Dutmct OB PBOtECOTiNe Attohnet's orncn. i To the following named defendants, and to the owners of or claimants to the mine or min ing cl-'ms. and Improvement thereon, known or unknown, you are hereby notified that suit have been commenced in the Justice s Court of Ploche Township, Lincoln cuntv. Nevada. by the tttate of Nevada, pltintiff, against each of the defendants hereluafter named, and eaor. of the following described mines or mining claims, witn improvements tnereon. snd all owners of and claimants to the same, known cr unknown, to recover the tax and delinquency assessed to Bald defendants on proceeds of mines for tbe quarter commencing October 1, 1S7U. ana ending uecemDer iu. ibid, ana that a summons has been dulv Issued in each case, and you are further notified that unless yon appear and answer the complaint filed in said cause on or before the 26th day of April, A. D. 1877, judg ment win ds taaen against you. ana tne posses sory claim to the mine or mining claim, and I improvements tnereon, for the amount of tax and delinquency specified and ooats: : . SAX AHD DELINUrBlfOT. UNKNOWN OWNER The possessory claim to the mine or miulng claim ait uate: lying and being n the Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, State of Nevada, known aa the "Yolo mine," being 2,220 feet of mining ground sit uate on the northerly slope of Spring Mountain and about 300 yardBsouther ly from No Solaim of Meadow Valley, located March 17, 1869, and recorded March 20, 1869, in the mining records of ssld Mining District. 113 26 UNKNOWN OWNER The possessory claim to mine or mining claim situ ate: lying and being in the Ely Min ing District, Lincoln county, State of Nevada, known as the "Newark mine," being 800 feet of mining ground, situate ab rat 300 feet easterly from the Raymond & Ely works on the Llghtner abaft, located Septem ber 4, 1871, and recorded September 10, 1871, in the mining records of said district Hot THOMPSON CAMPBELL. mM-td District or Pioseeuting Attorney. no: 4 BANKING HOUSES. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA" FIOOHE. Board of Dtnotarii JOHN P. KEIXEY Prasldont J AS. FINLAY80N Tic President 0HA8. A. WIEDEBHOLD .Bouretarj 0. F. PHILSON I. W. WRIGHT, B. M. BOURNE,. HABBI I. THORNTON, Attorneys i THORNTOH, KELLET QARD2B rvEPOBITS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN U ao count at to lssne oertlncates tuereror pay able on dem&ad. XCHANG drawn upon SEW TOEK and ttAN FRANCISCO And othar principal oltlaa of th D, b Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PAEIS, Eli KLIN AbA til of the principal cities of Europe, Currency Bought and Sold. CUectins Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. w Money Loaned on Stocks." Correspondents i LAID LAW s CO.. Agents of the Bank I N y rt of California J LONDON and BAN FRANCISCO BANK LIMITED and J. H. LATHAM h 00., Htock Ban iTanolsct Broken Jal-tf. 1. W. WBISHT. Bank Maaasvr. W. E. GRIFFIN, AID AOBHi; WELLS, FARCO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., 11RANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BLB- I INEHB. Denusita received on Open As- :ount or Certificates Issued thereior. Kxcnanite drawn on all the principal cities of che United States, Canada and Europe. Will surcease Silver and Crude Bullion or make advances on same and ship for owner's I acoount. WKLLS, FARG0 at CO., Ban Frsnolsoo, Oal WELLS, FABOO fc CO., (5 Broadway, New lork. EIVE8, dc ALLEN, 61 King William street, London , Eng. , Agents Wells, Fargo k Co. OFFICE in Wells. Fargo Go's Building, Main street, Ploche, Nevtda, mrua-tf NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL SELL I to the hiuhest and best bidder, or bidders, all lots, blocks, shares and parcels of land, not nnnvevuri hv n&tenc deed ana not Deing cim- teBted in Court, in the following described tract of land known as the town-site of Ploche, in Lincoln county. State of Nevada, to wit: Tne nnrth-enHt murter and the south-east quarter. ami thA e&Kt half of the south-west auarter of section twenty-two. iu township one, north oi ram alxtv-aeven eaBt. in the District of Lands, subject to sale at Ploche, Nevada, containing four hnndred acres, aocordina to the official plat and Burvey on file in tne riocne i-anu ui- ,i nee. Bale to commence on me vtn aay oi Ap ril, A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M., and continue from day to day until the aame shall be com pleted. From this date up to the time of the sale all persona 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. BlUHTlffLCtt lULbLH, flO-td Trustee of tbe Town-Site of Pioche REDEMPTION FUND. TREASURER'S OFFICE,' Proem, Marsh 16th, 1877. TO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES OF Indebtedness of Lincoln County, accrued aiior to ths 1st of Aoril. A. D. 187S. Whereas, there Is now the sum of One Thou sand Dollars In the Redemption Fund. Ihero fcy notify tbe holders of said indebtedness that eealed proposals for the surrender of the same will he received at mv office UD to the 3lBt day f March, A. D. 1877, In accordance with an Act of the Legislature of tbe State of Nevada. approved Msrcn un, A. l. lois. v. a. r uun, snrl7-td ' Treasurer. NOTICE. rO DANTOL HASTINGS, MRS. M. BUCK, H. N. 'J'oftman. Alex'r MoMIUian, Henry Cnmiakv. Mrs. S. O. Barnes. John S. Atenisen. A. n. snieius. s. . in. mister. Thomas Orelves snd unknown owners, snd to whom it may concern, yon are hreb; notified that I have expended in money aod labor tbo sum of three hundred snd ten IS3101 dollar on ths Blaest Prlnoa nine. situated In the Ely Mining District, Lincoln County, State, of nevsaa. unless you pay me at my office In Ploche, Nevada, your propor tional share of ssld expenditure on said mine, for each and everv root von may legally own in said mine, w tthln ninety days from the date thereof, toget ber with oosts, your interests in said mine will be forfeited to me by due process of lsw. CHARLES BTK1K, Ploche, Nev., January 16, 1877. ja37-Od NOTICE. T HAVE TH'S DAY SOLD THE BUTCHER X ing bust aesB heretofore owned ana man aged by me the last twelve montns io mi Aumlat Adeb nan. All mraona OWintf bills f Ol meats boug it st the People's snd Nevada Markets prio - to this date will piesae esii ana pay them at i ny store on M aadow Valley street. i-ioone, auien i, leu. , m9-lm F. W. CLUTB, TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Assoaeinent mani ....tit delinquent Bales, per square I Postponement Delinquencies, per square.... Dissolution Notioes,..,...,. ...... 10 Notice to Creditors .... 10 Court Summons, p square 0 special Locals ruty cents per line, ror first , auu mum imMou auueeuueu. UUBIUUU. JOB WORK. Done at the Rxooan offina la tha nsas itrl known to the art; and mtut be paid for on dea llTery, tmlesa persons having the work dona nave standing aoconnte with the omo. no ae latlon from this rule. LEGAL. United State Marshal'! Sale. BY VIRTUE OP AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of the Circuit Court of the United States in the Ninth Circuit, in and for the District of Nevada, and to ma directed and delivered for juditment rendered In ssid Court on the loth day of May, A. D. 1876, in favor of Mary Jane Wll ltam, Administratrix of the Estate of Samuel Williams, deceased, and against tbe Newark Silver Mining Company, a corporation, for the the sum of twenty thousand (gold coin) dollars damages, together with $337 0-100 tax, coats, aud all accruing cost and Interest, I have levied on the following property, to wit: Regulator Lode No. 3, located July 1, 17; Atlantic Lode, located January 31, 1878; Regulator Lead No. 1, located February! IB, U73; Begulator Lead, located January 29, 1873; Atlantlo Lead, located January , 1873) Regu lator Lead No , locate! February 38, 1878. Each of the above described (leads and lodes were located by 0. W. Wateon and contains 1,000 feet undivided. Also all the mining: ground described In s deed from the Washing ton and Creole Mining Company to said Newark Silver Mining Company, dated February 36, 1874, and recorded in book "L" of mining records, on pages 113 and 114, in the County Recorder's office in Lincoln county and State of Nevada: also the Santa Clara Lode, located June 28, 18iil. containing 2,000 fuet; also tbe unarter uak Lode, containing 1,0011 reet; also Amador Tunnel Mining Claim, located June 11, im'i. oy James Morgan aod 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 nfteen-Btamp quartz millsitnate in said county, near Dry Valley, and commonly known as the Condor Mill, together with the mill-site, water rights and water-ditch thereto attached, and the I boarding-houMi, blacksmith-shop and . buildings attached to said mill; also two acres of land at said mill and described in s deed given by George A. Treadwell and otLera to the Amador Tunnel and Mining Company, and dated February 7, 1873, and recorded In book "L" of real estate deeds, on pages 266, 266, 367 and 268, in the County Recorder's office in said Lincoln county. Also 'he shaft snd hoisting-works on what is know as the Newark Mine, and also said Newark mine situate on Fanaca Flat, near the Raymond a Ely hoisting-works, In said mining disuict and county. notice is oereoy given tnet on Friday, the 30th day of March. A. D. 1877, between the hours of 9 o'clock s. m. and o o clock p. m. on said day, to wit, as the hour of 13 m I will sell all the right, title and interest which the said Newark Silver Mining Company had in and to the above described property on the said 10th day of May, 1H70, and has had therein at any tlm since, at the Court-house door in the town of Ploche, in tbe County of Llnooln, State of Nevada, at public auction, tor oash in hand, to the highest ana nest oiauers, to sausxy said execution ana ard all costs. AUGUSTUS ASH, United Statu Marshal, By J. P. Ccbtis, Dei nty Ploche, Nevada, March 8, 1877. mrlO-td . NOTICE OF SUITS COMMENCED. Btatb or NiviDA. Cocktt er Lutcolh, I DlBTBlCT OB P10SBCU7IHQ ATrOSHXT'S OFFICE, f To the following named defendants, snd to all owners or claimants to the real estate, and improvements thereon, or improve ments whem asessed separately, herein- . after described, known or unknown, you are hereby notified that suits nsve oeea com menced in the Justice's Court of Ploche Town ship, Lincoln county, Nevads, by the State of Nevada, plamtin, against eacn oi tne ueienu- . ants hereinafter named, and each of the follow ing described tracts or parcels of land, with the improvements thereon snd improvements when separately assessed, and all owners or claimants to the same, known or unknown, to recover tbe tax and delinquency assessed to said defendant against said property lor tne fiscal year commencing December 14. 1874, snd ' ending December 14, 1876, and that a summons haB been duly issued in escn case; anu you am further notified that unless you appear and an swer the complaint filed and show cause on or before the 17th day of April, A. D. 1877, Judg ment will be taken agalnat you, and the real estate and improvements hereinafter described for the amount oi tax anu aeunqueuL-y Bpevuieu and costs of suit: TAT AMD nZLTHUUKlfCT. WALK A COLLINS Possessory claim to three lots fronting on Main street, in Ploche Nob. 24. 26 and 26 $25 41 UNKNOWN OWNER Possessory claim to lot fronting on Main street, nocne, formerly belonging to Morney-lot No. 8 block 20 1S 86 UNKNOWN OWNEB Possessory claim to lot fronting on Main street, nocne -lot 7. .block 29 IU M TAYLOR BAfLES Possessory olslm to 160 acres of land situated three miles eonth of BnllionvlUe 140 04 L. FOBS Possessory claim to forty acres of land situated eighteen miles rt.f. from Ploche known as Fobs' ranch. .Ill 61 JOSE DEL FONZ ALIDA-Possesso'y claim to 160 acres of land as a stock rencn, adjoining Coleman's grass aanch, Lit tle Spring Valley .......... jKp 7S - THOMPSON CAMPBELL, . mrl7-td District or Prosaeutlng Attorney. Sheriff Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IBHU14J out of the District Court, in and for tbe County of Llnooln. State oi Nevada, and to bus directed and delivered, for a Judgment rend ered in said Court on the 8tb day of Decem ber, A. D. 1876, in favor of josepn uerrens and against Robert Ulover and A. Hart- rig for the snme of nlno bundled ana ninety-six 63-100 1980 43-100) dollars, debt, together with 1190 26-100, tax, costs, snd sll ac cruing interests, I have levied on the following property, to wit: The property heretofore known aa the Highland Furnace, formerly owned and controlled by Robert Glover and A. , Uartwle, and othera; also tne Doaraing-nouee sad other property, situated st or near ssld furnace, belonging to said Robert Olovsr snd A. Hartwlg st the time of tne rendering oi saw judgment. jwiice is hereby given tnst on Tnesday, the 10th day of April, A. D. 1877, 1 will sell sll the right, title and in terest of said Robert Glover and A. Hartwlg la and to the above described property, at tne Court-bouse door, in tbe town of Ploche, Lin coln county, at 11 o'crockm. of said day, at public suction, ror cssn in nana, to tne maw and beat bidder, to satisfy said execution and all ousts. W. L. McKEE, Dherm Llfiooin county, nev. 2f J. P Cetis. mrl7-td Deputy Sheriff. PHILADELPHIA BREUEY, - Main si treat, .............. .......l'aessa, Sohustrioh at Klelne, Frop'W, IB FTJRNISHXKu- A gUPaMOB aBTfGXJI of LAGER BEEB, la eaaaAltlesWeait. as the lowest rates. Adjoining SB saga sntf"?