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PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD,
Published eyery Saturday by
RECORD PUBLISraNG CO.
OFFICE: WABD'B BUILDING.MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE HALPIN'S STORE.
TERMS I
On jxit, by Mail 01 Express $5
Six Months 3
None forwarded till paid for.
THE P COORD
li delivered In Ploch. and BnUlonvlUe it lis
cents per week, payable to the Carriers.
All persona having business with this office are
requested to address the Recobd Publishing
Compact. We have no authorized Agents.
A WASHINGTON ROMANCE.
A Letter From General Washington
Acknowleilulnif til Cower of Love.
From the New York Herald. J
In a collection of rare and valuable
autograph letters wfiiefa will be gold by
Bangs & Co. tif nftjwioon, we find the
aooompanyfng letter written by General
Washington at the age of twenty-six anil
never before made public. The present
owner purchased it in England for the
earn of 15, where it was probably taken
by members of the Fairfix family of Vir
ginia. The letter was addressed to .-tarab
Fairfax, at Belvoir. The lady was a Mi-a
Gary, to whom Washington at one time
off-red bis band, bat wag refused for bis
friend and comrade, George William
Fairfax. Irviug asserts that it was a sis
ter of lira, Fairfax, Miss Mary Cary, af
terward Mrs. Edward Ambler. We have
the authority of Mrs. Constance G. Har
rison, a desoeudaot of Lord Fairfax, who
says in a paper called "A Little Centen
nial Lady," published in Wonbner's
Monthly of July last, that Sally Cary,
Mrs. Fairfax, was the lady for whom
Washington bad a tenderness. Mrs.
Harrison says:
It is lair to say that papers which have
never been given to the public set this
question beyond a doubt. Mrs. George
William Fairfax, the object of Georue
Washington's early and passionate love,
lived to an advanced ana in Bath. Eng
land, widowed, childless and utterly in
firm. Upon her death, at the age of
eighty-one, letters, still in possession of
the Fairfax family, were found among
her effeots, showing that Washington
bad never forgotten the influence oi his
early disappointment.
It is hardly probable tbat Washington
means to express bis love for Mrs. Cus-
tis, to whom be alludes here, for her bus
band was then living in fact, did not
die until twenty odd y-ears alter the date
of this letter, r or the matter of that,
Mrs. Fairfax's husband did not die until
1787. The following letter is, without
doubt, one of those letters which Mrs
Harrison declares will "set this question
beyond a doubt. it win be very inter
esting, as it sbows Washington in quite
a new light. Even as lover he has all
the etaieliness of the General and Father
of His Country:
Camp at Fobt Cumberland, I
, 12ih September, 1758. j '
Dkab Madam:
Yesterday 1 was honored with your
short but very agreeable favor of the first
inst. how joyfully I catch at the happy
ocoasion of a renewing a correspondence
which I feared was disrelished on your
part, I leave to time that never failing
expositor of all things and to a monitor
equally faithful in my own breast to
testily. In silence I now express my
joy, Silence, which, in some oases I
wish the present speaks more intern
gently than the 8 fleetest eloqnenoe..
If you allow that any honour can be
derived from my opposition to our pres
ent system of management yon destroy
the merit ol it entirely in me Dy attribut
ing my anxiety to the animating proapect
of possessing Mrs. Custig when I need
not name it uuess yourself Should not
my own Honor and country's welfare be
the exuitement? "lis true, I profess
myself a votary of Love I acknowledge
tbat a lady is in ttie case and further I
onnfess tbat this lady is known to you
Yes, madam, as well as sue is to one who
is too sensible of her charms to deny the
Power whose Influence be feels and must
ev r submit to. I feel the force of her
amiable beauties in the reool lection of a
thousand tender passages that I oould
wish to obliterate, till I am bid to revive
them but experience, alasl sadly re
minds me how impossible tbis is, and
eviuoes an opinion wbiob I have long
entertained, tbat there is a Destiny,
which has the sovereign control of our
aotions not to be resisted by the strong
est efforts of Human Nature
Yuu bave drawn me dear madam, or
rather I bave drawn myself, into an
honest oonfession of a simple Fact mis
construe not my meaning doubt it not,
nor expose it Tbe world has no busi
ness to know the objeot of my Love de-
dared in tbis manner to you -when I
want to oonoeal it One thing above all
things in this world I ixb to know, and
.only one person of your acquaintance
can solve me mat or gu-ss my meaniug
but adieu to tbis till happier times, if
I ever shall see them. Tbe hours at
present are melancholy dull, neither tbe
ragged toils of war, Dor tbe gentler con
flict of A B s is in my oboioe, I dare
believe, you are as happy as you say.
wish I was haDDV also. Mirth, eood
humour, ease of mind and what else?
Cannot fall to render you so and eon
urn mate your wishes.
If one agreeable lady could almost
wish herself a tine gentleman for the
sake of another: I auorehend that many
flue gentlemen will wish themselves finer
er Mrs. Bpotwood is posseat. She has
already become a reiguiug toast in this
oamp: and many there are in it. who in
tud (fortune favoring) to make honor
able sears speak the fullness of their
merit and be a messenger of their Love
w uer
cannot easily forgive the unseason
THE PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD.
VOL. XIV.
able haste of my last express, if he de
prived me thereby of a single word you
intended to add, tbe time of the pres
ent messenger is, as tbe last might have
been, entirely at your disposal. I can't
expect to bear irom my friends more
than tbis .onoe before tbe fate of tbe ex
pedition will somehow or other be de
termined. I therefore beg to know when
yon will set oat for Hampton and when
you eiptct to return to Belvoir again
and 1 sbould be glad also to near ol your
needy departure as I shall thereby hope
for your return before I get down; the
disappointment of seeing your family
would give me much oonobrn. f rom
any thing I can yet see 'tis hardly pos
sible to say when we shall finish. I
don't think there is a probability of it
till the middle of November. Your letter
to Capt'n Gist I forwarded by a safe
hand th't moment it came to me. His
answer shall be carefully transmitted.
Col. Mercer, to whom I delivered your
message and oompliments, joins me very
heartily in wishing you and the ladies of
Belvoir tbe perleot enjoyment of every
bappiness thiB world affords. Bo assured
Dr madam, with tbe most unfeigned re
ward, yr most obedient and most oblig'd
H'ble serv't.
G. Washington.
N.B. Many Rocidents happening (to
use a vulgar saying) between tbe cup
and the lip, I choose to make the ex
change of carpets myself, since I find
you will not do me the honour to accept
mine.
CURRKNCY IN AFRICA AND CHINA.
Africa . country naturally destitute.
so far as is known, of silver, has always
been driven to strange expedients for a
currency. In the boudan, where an ele
phant s tusk represents so many able-
bodied slaves where a oertain number
of strips of oloth are equal to a oalabash
oiled with beads or buttons and a bean-
pod brimming with gold-dust does duty
for a bank-note, small change is urgently
required. Tbis want is partially suppued
by those little shells oalled "oowries.
which are found on tbe coast of India,
and are often there used to adorn tbe
horse-trappings of princes. In Angola
and other parts of Central Africa, these
same "cowries, two tbousand five bun
dred of which, in India, are the equiva
lent of one rupee, and are tbe pocket
money of native children of the poorest
caste rise to the value of five thousand
to the pound sterling. Except in Ecypt
and Morocco no money is coined in Af
rica north of the Cape of Good Hope,
It is wonderful that so highly organized
and commercial a oominunity as that of
wealthy China should have contentedly
remained so ill off in a monetary point
of view. The Flowery Land, in this
anomaly, as in others, has probably been
enslaved by tbe tyranny of custom
Those long strings of perforated oopper
ooin, technically called "cash," have
been, of centuries untold, tbe only recog
nized 'money of tbe oentral kingdom
and even now, although the indigenous
tails and tungsteens, are largely supple
mented by Spanish and Mexican dollars
a Chinese merchant prefers to make
payments of silver, not by tael or by
weight, but by measure. China, like
India, no doubt contains a large propor
tion of tbe whole stook of tbe preoious
metals; but its absorbent qualities are so
ereat, that what was anoieutly called tbe
balance of trade is nearly sure to be
against tbe outer barbarians.
THE OIMl'M HABIT.
To th Editor or thk 8on: Sir: Is
tbere soy care for tbs opium or mor
phine habit? I mean is there .Dy our.
without intense sod long-oontinued
suffering. If you will reply in your is-
ue to-morrow morning, you win greatly
oblige A Viutxm.
Msrob 13, 1877.
The desire for opium in any of its
forms, if confirmed by long use of the
drug, oau b oured, but only by a de
termined exercise of will and a resolu
tion to patiently endure more or less
physioal suffering. In sucu a oase the
advice of an intelligent physician is of
great service. But avoid all nostrums.
The feeling in Ireland in favor ol the
Sunday closing of places where liquor is
sold has received a fresh illustration. A
petition from tbe city of Dublin has been
Hi-nt to rarusmeai, h aiiie iu ivugiu, nuu
benring GO 000 signatures. Meetings are
frequently held to protest against the ex
ecution ot large towns irom toe opera'
tion of tbe proposed law. A oareful
house to-house oanvasaof nineteen towns
has shown that in them 100.000 persons
voted for Suudsy closing and only 11.331
Hgniost it. The bill is likely to pass at
tbisBts ion of Parliament.
Norwich Bulletin: "An English paper
remarked some time ago tbat, in the
constant development and progression of
nature, the time would surely come when
the mule would trv to emulate tbe nigbt
inuale. And people were loolisu enougn
not to believe it till they heard the tenor
n one of the oity oburobes tbe other
evening.
At the Deadwood Theater, in the Blaok
Hills, when the audienoe get tired o( the
can-can. tbe boys oall out, "uive as
some sinciuu. or we'll olean out tbe
nlttoe. We want something elevating'.'
The admission to tbis temple of the
muses coats $3 50; reserved seaia, o.
"Well, Hanbo, bow do you like your
new place?" "Berry well, Maasa."
"What did you have (or breakfast this
morning?" "Why, you see, misses biled
three eggs lor herself, and gays ma the
trol."
PIOCHE, NEV.. SATURDAY. APRIL 14, IS77.
Thk Law or Betting. The man who
bets should make up his mind in advance
to abide by tbe decision of the judge or
referee. He oao never be certain of win
ning, therefore he should always be pre
pared to lose. To become a convert so
tbe theory that betting is pernicious and
to attempt to reoover your money nnder
tbe Gaming Aot after tbe wager has
been decided against you is to prove
yourself deficient in intellect and lacking
integrity. In tbe village of Amsterdam,
New York, a jury composed of tbe lead
ing citizens of tbe plaoe expressed a tew
days ago, a decided opinion in regard to
tbe standing of a man who bad bet on
tbe Presidential election, lost, and then
sued the stakeholder for the money de
posited with him. After investigating
tbe tacts tbe lollowing verdiot was banaea
in: ibe jury in tbe aase or f. Daren vs.
C. Moat dcCreport that they find a verdict
for the plaintiff to tbe amount of $15,
and that tbe plaintiff be banished from
the town, and that all persons are hereby
oaatiooed against negotiating with said
P. Dargen, as be is a squealer and un
worthy of association. Signed by the
jury. While tbe law was on tne siae
of Dargen, publio sentiment unmistak
ably was against him. Those who take
all the chances to win and none to lose
must not expect to be treated with dis
tinguished consideration by their fair
minded fellow oitizens. Turf, Field
and Farm.
A wife can always make home attrao
tive to ber husband by hiring a pretty
chambermaid.
PBOFESSIOHAL OABDS.
GEO. T. GORMAN,
NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLP
COUNTY,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR
CALIFORNIA AND UTAH,
liecord Office, Laconr Sta-e1
ICS PIOCHE.rfEV.
NOTICE.
To H. Duffen backer, J. M. Pierce, T. B. Cole
man and John Baker, and to whom It may con
cern, you are hereby notified that yon are in
debted to the undersigned in the following
amounts, viz: H, Dnifenbackea $15, J. M.
Fierce $20, 0. S. Coleman 'i and John Baker
$16. 28. in gold coin, for money expended by us
in working the at. George mine, situated in Ely
Mining Distriot, Lincoln county, State of Ne
vada. Unless you pay ua at our office in Pioche,
Nevada, the above proportional share of said
eipenditiu-e on said mine winthin ninetv days
from date, together with costs, yonr interests
in said mine will be forfeited to us by due pro
ceaBS of law,
Pioche, Nevada, Feb. 37, 1877.
H. 8. LUBBOCK.
mS-OOd B. H. KLAM.
EVERY OTHER DAY
STAGE LINES.
PIOOHB
....TO....
3E3 TJ H. 3E3 X3L A .
FARE ... -tt33.00.
HALF-DAILY FKOM
HAMILTON TO
ROBINSON
CREEK,
AND
SCHELL
AND TBI-WBEILY FB03S
HAMILTON TO CHERRY OREEX
EVEBI OTHBB DAT F&OX
PIOCHE TO SALT LUE CITY.
VIA LEEDS.
PARE TO TERMINUS. 40.
GILMEB & SALISBURY, Proprietors.
fABBTIKa TJ. 8. MAIL AMD WILLS, FA&-
UU UU. B ,i-ttS.BB.
The Thn. Lines n.wljr Stacked with
Vine AMERICAN HOR8E8 aad
CONCORD COACHES.
Btaues leav. Piooh. at 8 o'clock A. M,
mskiuR olos. sonnMtloa with Railroad Stag.
from Hamilton.
Onto, at Wells, Far. C'a.
nai.tf
ALPS MILL.
CUSTOM ORES
EEOKIVBD AND
WORKED ON
SHORT NOTICE
A. J. BLAIR,
al6-tf Superintendent.
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PIPIPAX.
TPHE ROSICBCOIAN WEBB A SECT Of
1 Philosophers who flourished in Germans'
during the seventeenth century, and prosecuted I
profound researches into natural science and I
Oocult VhUosophy, and sought to dlecover tn.
ELIXIR OF LIFE.
AlthouRh some superstition mn have beei
developed among them and other Alchemists lr
search for the Elixir vita), vet there is sciennnt
truth at the bottom of all Alchemy and Astrolo
iry . They were Impressed with the properties (rt
aBHSAU raurAHATiuns,
And found dynamlo and psychologlo force U
the extract or certain punts.
- V. k.'
Is due to tbe researches of a learned scholar o
Europe among the archives of the Bosicruciant.
It is made of
TWENTY DIFFERENT HERBS,
Gathered at such seasons of the year when theli
mices are strongest ana yirtue Tin Iiud aired.
forming a combination unrivalled in the 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 Psvrta
And through tbe pores of tbe skin and all
einunctorles of tbe body, the bad humors which
molest it, giving relief even in diseases tht
most refractory and difficult to cure, such at-
Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Constipation, tiick Head
ache, JNervous Weakness and. Billlonsness. It it
pleasant to the taste, mild in its action, marvel
ous in its effects and unsurpassed as a tonic
Used as a beverage in malarious distvictsit neu
tralises miasma and prevents fevei and airae.
Sold by all Druggists. Grocere and Llqnot
aeaiers. vepot uv rxonc street, nan francisco
sn -am J p
! B MTT,Ja.,
Sacramento.
9. H. Fish
Pioche.
MOTT, FISH & CO.,
Meadow "Valley st.
PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA,
IMPORTERS
And Dealers in
hardware:.
mill and mora SUPPLIES.
Blacksmith's
Iron and
Hardware,
Steel,
9TOVB
A.n.cL
Tinware.
fa4-tr
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of William Lawry, D.caaed.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
undersigned Administrator of th. Estate
of William Lawry, deceased, to th. creditor of,
and all persons having claims against, the said
deoeased, to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after the first pub
lioation of this notice, to the said Administra
tor, at th. law offloe of Bishop it Sabln, at
Pioche, is the County of Lincoln, State of
Nevada
Dated at Plocha, April 4, 187T
WILLI M PEAROK,
Administrator of th. Ktat. of William Lawry,
Deceased
Biaror fc BABrjf, Attorneys for Administrator.
aT-lm
NO. 5
BANKING HOUSES.
THE STATE
SANK OF NEVADA
PIOCHE.
Board of Directors I
OHN P. KEIXEY President
IAS. FINLAYSON Vies President
:HAS. A. WIEDEBHOLD Secretary
J. F. PHTX80N J. W. WRIGHT,
tt. M. BOURNE. HARRY L THORNTON.
Utorn.ya THORNTON, KEIXEY fc GARBBB
f AEPOHITB RECEIVED. EITHER ON OPES
J aooount or to issue certificates therefor pay
ola on demand.
EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON
-fEW YORK and BAN FSANCI8CO,
And other principal cities of the 0. ft.
Also upon
,ONDON, DUBLIN, PAEIS, IJKELIN
And all of the principal cities of Europe,
Currency Bought and Sold
Collections Promptly Made.
Railroad and Mining Stocks BomkIiI
and Sold on "CoiuinisHiuu.
r Monoy Loaned on Stocks."
Comapoadeat. i
LdlllLAn suu.,AniH wofiwu New Vor
Wft U.1UIUJIW.... h.H.l
-ONDON and SAN FRANCISCO
BANK LIMITED and J. H.
LATHAM 00., Btook
Broken ...........
Ban Francisco
lal-tf.
i. W. WBI0HT. Bank Mnanr.
V. E. GRIFFIH
B -A. 3NT 33:3311 .
A1ID iOIHT,
WELLS, FARGO & CO.
PIOCHE, NEV.,
rBANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BCB
INEtiS. Deposits received on OpenAo-
mnt or Certificates issued tnereior.
Exchanse drawn on all the principal cities of
the United States, Canada and Europe.
Will Durchase Silver and Crude Bullion or
make advances on aam. and ship for owner's
aooount.. ,
ooBBMroanaim:
WKLLS, FARGO b CO.,
nan Francisco, Gal
WELLS, FARGO At CO.,
M Broadway, New Tors.
KITES, ALLEN,
61 King William street, London, Eng.,
Agents Wells, Fargo fc Oo.
OFFICE in Wells, Fargo fc
Oo's Building,
mr36-tf
Main street, Pioche, Nevada.
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL SELL
tn the hiaheat and best bidder, or bidders.
all lots, blocks, shares and parcels of land, not
ennveved bv Datent deed and not beins con
tested in uourt, m toe lollowing uescnueu n av. .
of land known as tlia town-site of Plocbe, in
Lincoln county. State of Nevada, to wit: 'roe
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 tne District oi uuiub,
subject to sal. at Pioche, Nevada, containing
four hundred acres, according to the official
plat and survey on file in the Pioche Land Of
fice. Sale to commence on tbe 9th day of Ap
ril, A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M., and continue
from day to day until the same shall be com
pleted. From thiedate up to tbe time of the
sale all persons so desiring can see nispB and
description of all lands to be Bold as aforesaid,
nt my office, at the Land Office on Lacour
street, where the sale will take place.
MORTIMER FULLER,
f 10-td Trustee of the Town-Site of Pioche
REDEMPTION FUND.
TREASURER'S OFFICE,)
Piocbi, March 16th, 1877. )
TO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES OF
Indebtedness of Lincoln County, accrued
prior to the 1st of April, A. D. 187S.
Whereas, there is now the sum of One Thou
sand Dollars in the Bedemntion Fund. I here
by notify the holders or said indebtedness tnat
sealed proposala for the surrender of the same
will be received at my offloe up to th. 81st day
of Marou, A. D. 1877, in accordance with an
Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada,
approved March 4th. A. D. 1875
D.A. FULK.
mrl7-td , Treasurer.
NOTICE.
TO DANIEL HASTINGS, MBS. M. BUCK,
H. N. Toftman, Alex'r McMilllan, Henry
Cumlsky, Mrs. S. 0. Barnes, John 8,
Atchiaau. A. M. Shields. F. W. Lan.
mister, Thomas G reives and unknown
owners, and to wbom it may concern, you are
hereby notified that I bave expended in money
and labor th. sum of three hundred and ten
(laini dollars on the Blaok Prime Vlll
situated in the Ely Mining District, Lincoln
County, State of Nevada. Unless yon pay m.
at mv offloe In Pioche. Nevada, your propor
tional share of asld expenditure on said mine,
for each and every foot yon may legally own in
Mid mine, witbln ninety days from the date
thereof, together with costs, your Interests in
said mine will oe forfeited to me by due proses.
of l.w.
CHARLES STEIN.
Plocha, Nov., January 20, 1877., Ja27-Od
NOTICE.
T HAVE THIS DAY SOLD THE BUT0HFR-
X ing bnainea. heretofore owned and man
aged by me tb. last twelve months to Mr
Amraat Adelman. All rareODB owing bill, fot
meat, bought at tbe Ceople'a and Nevada
Markets prior to thla date will please call and
nay them at my .tore on Meadow vauey savm.
i-iocne, auwoui, an.
ma-lm F. W. CLUTE.
TERMS OP ADVERTISING.
Assessment nonces ....138
Delinquent Sales, per square I
postponement Delinquencies, per equal. ...
Dissolution NoticeB It
Notice to Creditors , 10
Court Summcns, per square S
Special Locals Fifty Cents per line, for first
ana isn uents tor each subsequent insertion.
JOB WORK.
Done at the kunsn offlM in the heat atria
known to the art; and must be paid for on de
livery, unless persons bavins; the work don
nave stanaing aoeonnts with the offloe. So oa.
vlatlon from this rule.
LEGAL.
United States M arflhal's
Sale.
BY V1RTTK OF AN EXECUTION 18BTJID
out of the Circuit Court of the United State.
In the Ninth Circuit, in and for the District of
nevaaa, anu to m. directed ana delivered for a
judgment rendered in said Court on the loth day
of May, A. D. 1878, in favor of Mary Jane Wll
liams, Administratrix of the Estate of gamuel
wiiiiams, deceased, and against tbe Newark
Silver Mining Company, . corporation, for the
the sum of twenty thousand (gold coin) dollar,
damages, together with $337 40-100 tax, ooata.
sua ait accruing costs ana interest, I have
levied on the following property, to wit:
Begnlator Lode No. 1, located July 1, 1878;
Atlantic Lode, located January 91, 1878;
Beuulator Lead No. 3, located February1 M,
1879; Begulator Lead, located January 2S, 1H73;
Atlantio Lead, located January , 1878; Begn
lator Lead No 1. located February 28. 1873.
Kach of the above described Head, and lodes
were located by o. w. Watson and contains
l.MIO feet undivided. Also all the mining
ground described in . deed from the Washing
ton snd Creole Mining Company to said Newark
Rilver Mining Company, dated February 36,
mi, ana recorded in book "L" of mining
reeoras, on paxes 113 and 114, in the County
Recorder's office in Lincoln cocnty and Stat,
of Nevada; also the Santa Clara Lode, located
June 35, 1804. containing 3,000 feet; also the
Charter Osk Lode, containing 1,000 feet; also
Amador Tunnel Mining Claim, located June 11,
1873, by James Morgan and others, containing
8,000 feet. All of the above described lodes,
leads, mining claims and property are situate
and being in what is now known as Ely Mining
District, in Lincoln county, Nevada. Also tbat
nftera-stamp quartz miUsituate in said county,
near Dry Valley, and oommoaly known .s the
Condor Mill, together with tbe mill-site, water
rights and water-ditch thereto attached, and
the boarding-house, blacksmith-shop and
buildings sttached to said mill; also two
acres of land at said mill and described in a
deed given by George A. Tread we 11 and others
to the Amador Tunnel and Mining Company,
and dated February 7, 1873, and recorded in
book "L" of real estste deeds, on psges 366, 366,
267 and 368, in the County Beoorder's office in
said Lincoln county. Also 'he Bbaft and hoisting-works
on what is know sb the Newark Mine,
and also said Newark mine situate on Panaca
Flat, near the Raymond A Ely hoiBtlng-works,
in said mining distiiot snd county.
Notice is hereby given that on
Friday, the 30th day af March.
A. D. 1877, between tbe hours of 9 o'clock .. m.
snd 8 o'clock p. m. on said day, to wit, at
the hour of 13 m., I will sell .11 tb.
riht, title and interest which the said Newark
Silver Mining Company had In and to the abova
described property on the said 10th day of May,
1H76, and has had therein at any tim sines,
at the Court-house door In the town of Plocbe,
in the County of Lincoln, State of Nevsda, at
public auction, for ossh in hand, to the highest
sna Dest Didders, to satisfy said execution ana
and all costs.
AUGUSTUS ASH,
United State. Marshal,
By J. P. Ccbtis, Deputy
Pioche, Nevada, March 8, 1877. mrlO-td
NOTICE OF SUITS COMMENCED.
Ptatb or Nevada. Cotrarr er Lute-out, )
Dxstbict ob PBOBEctnnra Attobnev's Qmci. )
To the following nsmed defendants, sad to
all owners or claimants to the real aetata,
and improvements thereon, or improve
ments whem asessed separately, herein
after described, known or unknown, yon are
hereby notified that auits have been com
menced in the Justice's Court of Pioche Town
ship, Lincoln county, Nevi,da, by the State of
Nevada, plaintiff, against each of the defend
ants hereinsfter named, and each of the follow
ing described tracts or parcels of land, with
the Improvements . thereon and improvements
when separately assessed, snd all owners or
claimants to the ame, known or unknown, to
recover the tax and delinquency assessed to
said defendant against said property for th.
fiscal year commencing December 14, 1874, and
ending December 14, 1878, and that a summons
has been duly issued in each case; and yon are
further notified that unices you appear and an
swer tbe oomplaint filed and show csuse on or
before tbe 17th day of April, A. D. 1877, judg
ment will be taken aaainat vou. and tk. real
estate and improvements hereinafter described
for tue amount of tax ana delinquency specinea
and costs of suit:
TAX AND PBUWnjCKCV.
WALK fc COLLINS Possessory olaini to
three lots fronting on Ham street, in '
Pioche-Nos. 24, 38 and 36 128 41
UNKNOWN OWNER-Possessory claim to
lot fronting on main street, Pioche,
formerly belonging to Morneylot
No. 8 block 30 118 86
UNKNOWN OWNER Possessory claim
to lot fronting on Main street, Pioche
loi 7, block 38 Ill Si
TAYLOR BAY i E8 Possessory clsim to
160 seres of land situated tnree miles
south of Bulllonvllle S40 08
L. FOBS Possessory claim to forty acre.
of land situated eighteen miles N.K.
from Plocbe known as Foss' ranch.. 812 83
JOSE DEL FONZALIDA-Possesso' y claim
to 160 acres of land as a stock ranca,
adjoining Coleman's grass ranch. Lit
tle Spring Valley S3T 78
THOMPSON CAMPBELL,
mrl7-td District or Prosecuting Attorney.
Sheriff's Sale. :
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISBUtD
ont of the District Court, in and for th.
County of Lincoln, Stat, of Nevada, and to ma
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 Gerrws
and against Robert Glover and A. Hart,
wig for the same of nin. bandied and
nlnety-six 68-100 tW6 63-100) dollars, debt,
together with 8180 38-100, tax, rosta, and .11 ac
cruing interests, I bave levied on the following
property, to wit; Th. property heretofore
known as the Highland Furnsce, formerly
owned and controlled by Robert Glover and A.
Hartwlg and othsrs; also tbe boarding-houa.
and other properly, situated at or sear said
furnace, belonging to said Robert Glover and A.
Hartwlgat the time of the rendering of said
judgment.
Notice la hereby given that on ' .
Tanday, tfea lbtkt day April, '
A. D. 1877. 1 will aell all the right, title and in
terest of ssid Robert Glover and A Bartwta In
and to the above described property, at
Court-house door, in tbe town of Piocb., Lin
coln oouity, at 13 o'clock m. of said day, a
publio auction, for caah in hand, 8s the highest
and beat bidder, to satisfy said .locution and
all ooata. W.L.ttrSBa,
Bharlff Lincoln oounty, Nav.
By J. F Coaxm,
mr!7-td Deputy RharUr.
PHIIAEEIPKIA CKVX
Mala 8) treat, .................... . Pi.afca.
Sohustrlott ft Kleins, Pie,
EFTJRNWmNG A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
of LASER BUB, ta qaaatttMataaalt. a
10 wm trass, Adjoining asrnps awyaiiaA

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