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PiOCKE WEEKLY RECORD,
Published eyery Saturday by RECORD PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE: WARD'S BUILDING, MAIS STREET, OPPOSITE HALPIN'3 STORE. TERMS I nm ir. bT Mall or Express .15 Six noutua Nan forwarded till paid for. THE FtCORD II delivered In Ploche and Bulllonvllle at 25 centa par week, payable to tha Carriers. All persons having business with this office are requested to address the Record Publishing Conns. We have no authorized Agents. Hi YEN, T8I PACIFICATOR. Iastde Evidence of tha Peaceful Revo lutftoa. Aatoandlnir Unanimity f Sentiment. From tba Philadelphia Sunday Times 1 The following letters and telegrams, addressed to President Hayes gioca bis inauguration, were obtained by a mem ber of Tba Times staff through a stretch of Exsoutive courtesy, for which dis tinguished thanks ara hereby tendered. Many of these communications were evidently not intended to be published; thy therefore possess all tba mora sig nificance as indications of tha real Ben timants of their authors and of the people generally: Boston, March 11. President Hayes: My vocation is eritioisui. Since yoar inauguration my occupation's gone. Yon force ma to practice the Lost Art of honest praise. Proceed. Go on. Wendell Phillips. Nkw Yobk, March 11. To the Presi dent: Iu view of the somewhat reputable obsraoter of your incipient policy, please consider that yon have my approbation and consent. Should any change oocnr in the sentiments of this office yon shall be inlormed in time to govern yourself accordingly. I need not atate that my reaent suggestion, that some one of your 185 electors should cast bis vote fur an other person, was striotly playful. This Is sutlluiently shown by the fact ttnl the tuggeation was not followed. Finally, you do not need to be informed that edi tors of weekly papers not "inside poli tics" invariably make good foreign am bassadors. It is well for an inexperienced administration to utilize hninan om niscience wherever found. Qodkih, 105 Collect. Editor The Nation. Salkm. Oregon, Maroh 9. 11. B. Hayes, President: I heartily endorse your administration. Don't allow the Henate fellows to lead you by the nose; it hurts. I need not assure you that my Eleotoaal College was organized specially to defeat Tilden and kill off the Demo cratic party. I only regret it did not at the sasas lime Kilpatriuk. Am open to proposals to be further useful. Would like to be placed in oommand of the laud and nasal foroes ol the Northwest. E. A. Pboboscis Cbomin. Columbus, March 12. President Hayes: Yur policy and Cabinet ap proved. Ohio unanimous. Entire pop. nlation willing to drop everything and aid personally in the Held in any ca paoity. Cincinnati, Colooibas snd Fre tnont virtually deserted. All eastern bound trains crowded. Seven extras left to-d.y via the aBitiniore and Ohio Rail road. Nine cars filled with Buckeye editors, headed by Balstead, who expects the mission to New Jersey. Best of the Stale will follow next week. Your Ex cellency osn not better pacttoate the ooootry than by exteuding reasonable recognition to Ohio. 8h is modest and has heretofore been ignored. Remember Couily's consulship, For Heaven's sake end Private Dalzell to the Ouano Islands. Butter send us a few troops to watch the stnff wbila tbe people are absent. Tom Yodmo, Governor CoNrcDiuT X Roads, Kkntdcky, March the 10. Ii. B Hayes (wioh is Restored Brotherhood H'tyes) Dear ir: J.n Comers is ablaze with troory loil enihoO' siasm over yoor -ntire administration espabally yoor idees onto sivil servis re form. Tbe Qraut postmasier at the Cor ners is grossly inoouiDeteut. bein attifln litterary nigger wbul don't patternize borne manofaotoors (which is Buseom's llliasit distillery) nor read Wattereon's speeohee. In tbe Intrist of pare guvment and aivil servis reform he bad ought to be bounced. Have they send me my commission ez P, M. (wioh is Pout master) and one of Dannel Webster's spell ii books, and I'll sutjook tbe oul lored niisoreeant to suoli a examinashun Id awrtbogrofy aa'll make him glad to resign and scoot for tbe Ohio river. Yoors, trooly, . Pitsolicm V, Nasbt, P P. M. ' ' (Wioh is probable Postmaster ) P. 8. Ef yoor ooachman buz a par ol half-worn pants about 60-three inches at the waistband, you may send 'em along with the oomishun and the spelin book, postage prapade. I'm president uv a oharilable dorous society. P. V. N P. P. M. Habbisbcbo), Masoh 13. President Hayes: 'Tbe pressure brought to bear on jou in favor of my retention in tbe Cabi net, of which I only learned to-day, was entirely without my knowledge or pro oursment. I am justly indignant at the uosriy taken wun my name, in sen te is mv natural element, and thither tbe entire people of tbe Keystone State now summon me. in that bonored body, like my illustrious parent and predeces sor, i shall obteny be addloted to a re form of our oivil sarvloe. the nnrinoa. lion of oui government in all ill depart- eots and tbe promotion of political cleanness, integrity and simplicity. "Down, with maohine politloa!" shall be 7 clarion ery. I shall cordially sup- THE PIOCHE WEEKLY RECORD. VOL. XIV. port your policy at large so long as you support mine in my native State. But any attempt on your part to enforce tbe proclamation of emancipation or the twelfth amendment in Pennsylvania I shall resist, on tbe ground that, while my election to tbe Senate may prove my supporters to be in a state of involuntary servitude, it is neither oourteous nor strictly and legally correct to olass them as slaves. J. Don C . I ooncnr in the above Simon. New Oblkans, March 11. President Hayes: I heartily approve tbe make-up of yonr Cabinet and yonr foreshadowed course toward the South. Please re move Niobols at once. Packard, Governor. . i- Nw Oble. , March 10. R. B. Hayes, President; Your Cabinet and proposed policy have my oordial ap proval, foreshadowing, as I believe they do, tbe prompt suppression of that mis creant, Packard. Nicholls, Governor. Stecbenvills. Ohio, Maroh 12. To the President: I have walked over be fore breakfast from my farm to the near est telegraph office (32 miles) to send you my congratulations. Sorry I ever tried to defeat you for Governor. Your luok is impregnable. Never mind my late greeuback doctrine. That's history. Providenoe and the balanoe of trade sat down on the rug baby. I haven't been able to Snd a Demoorat in Eastern Ohio since March 5. Your success as a pa oiflcator is simply thundering. You re mind me of my boyhood g playmate, Ptolemy tbe First. I am willing to be pacitioated. How about that seat va cated by old Davis? Don't you want some young blood in the Supreme Court something that can rise up? Or I would go to the Hebrides. inurman can go to Halifax. Bill Allen. No. 16 Gbamkbct Fauk, March 12. Mr. Hayes: Hope my crown fits you. If I must be President by proxy only, I oon fess I could not reasonably ask a better substitute. You have started out bravely in the path of reform I bad intended to pursue, a care uttie by whom the oonn try is led to a higher and better ground, so that higher ground be reached. And yet, as Emerson says: Tney reckon 111 wno count ma out, I pasB and turn, and come again. S. J. T, P. S. I do not endorse Pelton's ap plication for a consulship. The boy needs to go to school. Nobth bx Sou-west, Continent of Edbope, Maroh 9. Hayes, President, Washington, Glad you have accepted tbe policy previously marked out for you by toe Herald. Stios, and my paper will pull you through. I have cabled orders to the boys to turn the animals loose on your opponents, if you have any. Don't be offended if the Herald demands your ooronation as King Rutherford the First. Stanley is stale, "Coesarism is played, tbe duel we oan't talk about and the Herald needs a fresh flyer. If May should be pleasant I shall return this spring and will open tbe royal ball. James Gordon a., jb. A BOY WITH TWO STOMACHS. A boy with two stomachs has reoently been produced at Dundee, in Scotland, and bis inventor has tbe effrontery to describe bim aa an improved style of boy. Tbe improved boy of Dundee is not only the most uncalled for boy now living, but be is a peculiarly atrocious example of the very worst type of ob jectionable inventions. There is noth ing more evident even to the most super ficial observer than that tbe ordinary boy has a disproportionate quantity of stomach. It has been calculated by Sunday-school Superintendents with muoh experienoe in point of picnics, tha Biuall hoy between tbe ages of ten uud thitteen can devour, at a single picoio, tbirty-two pints of ioe cream, eleven oubit feet . of cake, seventeen and a half pounds of candy, and a practically unlimited quan tity of peaouta. in the domestic ciroie tbe immense quantity of food which tbe small boy can consume is a source of oonstant anxiety to affeotionate parents. How muoh jam can be put into one Coy has never yet been ascertained. Sir Isaao Newton tried to test the matter by experimenting upon a borrowed boy; but he tells us that, after oonsuming thirty- seven Dots of lams the size of whiob be, atranuelv. torgot to mention me ooy calmly remarked that be was "ready to heain to nreDare for to eat that there jam," and was abruptly driven out of the hOUSe oy oir Isaac a exuBpernrou auu misantropbfc bouse-keeper. mere ig no doubt that, next to his pooket, the average boy's stomach is by far tbe most oapacious of his organs, and the oriminal folly of doubling bis etoinaohio capacity must be eviaeni to too uiuot uuvuso mind. Manv an honest and industrious man has been ruined by tbe ill-judged present ol a pair of twins a gift de scribed in tbe old Greek legend ag tbe box ol Pandora. One boy with two tnmanhs will be fully as dangerous as a pair of gingle-stomached twins, and we oau imautue what will be tbe effeot of two duplex-stomaohed boys upon any father of moderate means. New York Times. The subjoined, from the Hawkeye, ap. ntina na well to California street as to Iowa: "A Springtime poetess bursts into impassioned song about what sbe oalla the broken oroous buds.' Well, bold nn Tmncene. Don't vou mean 'the croakiu' broker ouss?' " PIOCHE, NEV.. SATURDAY. APRIL 21. 1S77. A MAMMOTH SILVER NC8GET. Mr. Daniel Mitohell, of this city, who with George B. Ford, owns one-balf of tbe Todos Samtos, or All Saints' silver mine, exhibited yesterday to a few friends, among whom was Professor Eggleston, of the Columbia School of Mines, a beautiful speoimeu of native silver, which he bag reoently received, for the purpose of forwarding to the Great Paris Exhibition of 1878. Tbe Todos Samtos mine is looated in tbe mineral district of Batopiloa, State of Chihuahua, Mexico, on the summit of ths Sierra Madras mountains, and about fifteen bnndred feet above the level of tbe Batopilos river that skirts its base. Th mine wag opened in November, 1875. On tbe first day of April, 1876, its yield- was (6,000, and tbe pieoe ex hibited is part of that day's bonanza. The nugget weighs 71 pounds, and wag broken from a pieoe weighing 300, taken from one pocket. Its value ig about eleven hundred dollars, and it assays 90 per oent. Its shape is couical, tbe sur face being ragged and wavy, as if it bad been snbjected some day to intense beat. When the huge lump was brought to the surface it surprised even the oldest in habitant, who pronounced it the largest piece of Badoque silver even taken out in that distriot, which has long been known to produoe ths finest specimens of white silver to be found. It was Mr. Mitobell's intention when he left Mexioo in Msy last to place his nugget on exhi bition at the Philadelphia Exposition, but owing to political troubles in Chi huahua be was prevented from getting it here in time, as it had to be transported from tbe mine to San Antonio by the usual mule trains. N. Y. Graphic Tbe Los Angeles (Cala.) Herald says that the orange orop will bs Bmall dur ing this year. PE0FESSI0NAL 0ABDS. GEO. T. GORMAN, NOTARY PUBLIC for LINCOLP COUNTY. COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOB CALIFORNIA AND UTAH. ttaeord Offlca, ..... let PIOGHl.jrfEV, rVHAT I HAVE THIS DAT SOLD ALL MY J. right, title and interest in the Hardware store on Mam street to Franx WBeeler. O. W. ARNOLD, HAVING PURCHASED THE INTER. EST OF O. W. ARNOLD SHALL CONTINUE THS HARDWARE BUSINESS A f THE OLD STAND. AND WILL BE J receiving new goods constantly, and pro potte to hire tbe largest end beet selected ttock or HARDWARE, Which I will SELL LOWER Than any house in Eastern Nevada. aU-tf FRANK WHEELER. EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINES. 3X7 33 TC J3k.t .QSM.OO. FARE . HALT-DAILY FROM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON CHEEK, AND 8CHELL AND TBI-WBEKLT FROM HAMILTOS TO 0HESST CREEI EVERY OTHER DAY FROM PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CITY. VIA LEEDS. FARE TO TERMINUS, ltd. GILKES & SALISBURY, Proptort. CARRYING D. 8. MAIL AND V ALLS, FAR GO ft OO.H EXPRESS. The Threo Llaae aowty 'itoeketf with FtM AMERICAN r.OKMES amd mw CONCORD Cf ACRES, Biagea leave Ploohe at o'olook A. RU, making oloaa eonneetlrA with Railroad Stage tross Hamilton. OSBee at We' A. Vmrare Ce. 'a. all-tf HOTELS b RESTAURANTS, BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. DICK RIEPE PROPRIETOR. OPENS OS MAIN .... STREET, Adjoining Rues Scott's Saloon, on Sdij llsrni&g, June, HI, THE TABLE WILL BE SUPPLIED WITH tha BEST the Plocha and Ban Francisco Markets afford. ALL DELICACIES IN SEASON, OPEN DAT AND NIGHT For the accommodation of gnaats. Call and try us. JeS-tf RIBPE. LAFAYETTE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, Next Door above San Jose House. HAVE LEASED THE ABOVE X. named houee and have had It thoroughly renovated. The, beda will be kept neat and clean. The table will bo first-class, the cooking being auparlntended by the proprietress herself, and tne prices will Da to suit the times. BOARD BT THE WEEK 89 00 SINGLE MEALS 50 BEDS 50 A Shire of Patronage Solicited. MRS. A. D. MILLER, alt-tf Proprietress. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE "IITILL BE OPENED APRIL 1st, 1877, AS A TT FIRST-CLASS HOTEL In all respects. The Table will be be euppUed with the best the market affbrda and no efforts will be spared to make everything comfortable for permanent ana transient Doarders. rne nouse is thor oughly renovated and well furnished through out. Prloea to Suit the Times. MRS. JA3. PEARSON, Proprietress. mrSl-tf SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT MEADOW T ALLEY STREET. Opposite Dexter Stable. Gtbfrtad ak Brlsswhor, Propria tars. Fresh Oysters in every style. Onen day and night for the aooonunodationof na public lua-tr WIEDERHOLD & MWi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STATIONERY1, SCHOOL BOOKS, INKS, PENS PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS Imported vA Domestic CIGARS, TOBACCOS, FIVES, CUTLERY, ETC. AGENTS FOB Ploohe Dally Record, ND ALL CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA Dallies demand, oy carrier so any part own MAI! street, oprusiTB ranuuj . OW VALLEY PIOCHE, NEV. fl-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street, Plewhe, Schustrich & Kleine, Frop'rs, II FURNISHING A SUPERIOR ARTIOLT of LAORB BEER, la quantities to suit, a a lowaat rates. Adjoining oampa supplied ea laso-tl NO. 6' BANKING HOUSES. THE STATE BANK OF NEVADA PIOOHB. Board ef D tree to rat JOHN t. KELLET President J AS. FINLAYSON Vice President 0HA8. A. WIEDERHOLD Secretary 0. F. PHILSON J. W. WRIGHT, I R. If. BOURNE HARRY I. THORNTON. Attorneys i THORNTON, XELLEY k GABBER TEPOBrrS RECEIVED, EITHER ON OPEN U aooonnt or to issue oertinoetes therefor D able on demand. EXCHANGE DRAWN UPON NEW YORK and SAN FEANCI8CO, And other principal cities of the D, B. Also upon LONDON, DUBLIN, PAEIS. BERLIN And all of the principal cities of Europe. Currency Bought and Sold. Cllecti)DS Promptly Made. Railroad and Mining Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. sv Money Loaned on Stock. " Correapondenta t LAID LAW A CO., Agents of the Bank! H(W I)rk LONDON and SAN FRANOTSOO 1 BANK LIMITED and J. H. I LATHAM si 00., Stock San Krauolaco Brokers I - Jal-tf . J. W. WRIGHT. Bank Manager. W.E. GRIFFIN, BANKS XI.. . AMD A3It; WELLS, FARCO & CO., PIOCHE, NEV., TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUS INESS. Deposits received on Open Ac count or uertincateB issued tnereior. Exchange drawn on all the principal cities of the United States, uanada and Jturope. Will Tjurohaea Silver and Ornde Bullion or make advances on same and ship for owner's account. ooanisrosiMnrrsi WELLS, FARGO ii CO., Ban Francisco, Gal. WELLS, FARGO b CO., 65 Broadway, New York. EIVES, & ALLEN, 01 King William street, London, Eng., Agents Wells, Fargo It Co. OFFICE in Wells, Fargo k Co's Building, Main street, Ploohe, Nevada. mns-ti NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL SELL I to the highest and bcBt bidder, or bidders. all lots, blocks, shares and parcela of land, not conveyed by patent deed and not being con tested in Court, In the following described tract of land known as tha town-site of Ploche, in Lincoln oouuty, State of Nevada, to wit: The north-eaBt unarter and the south-east ouarter. 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 aale at Ploche, Nevada, containing four hundred acres, according to tne oinciai slat and survey on file In the Ploche Land Of fice. Sale to commence on the Sth 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 this date up to the time of the sale all persona so desiring can see maps and descrintlon of all lands to be sold as aforesaid, at my office, at the Land umce on Lacour treat, where the sale will take Dlaoe. f 10-td Trustee of the Town-Site of Ploche I T7 V.TIT'.TVTPTTOW TTTNTJ. TREASURER'S OFFICE.) Pioohx, Marsh 16th, 1877. mO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES OF I J. Indebtedness of Lincoln County, accrued onor to tne ist oi anni. a. u. ima, Whereas, there is now the sum of One Thou sand Dollars in the Redemption Fund. I here by notify the holders or said indebtedness tnat sealed proposals for tbe surrender of the same will be received at my office up to the Slut day of March, A. D. 1877, tn accordance with an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, approved March ath, A. D. 1076. aarl7-td Treasurer. NOTICE. mO DANIEL HASTINGS. MRS. M. BUCK. I JL H. N. Toftman, Alex'r MoMlUlan, Henry Uumlsly, Mrs. H. u. JMmee, jonn o, Atcbiasn. A. M. Shields. F. W. Lan mister, Thomas Gretvea and unknown owners, and to whom It may oonoern, you an hereby notified that I have expended In money and labor the sum of three hundred and ten 113101 dollars on the Black Prince Mine, situated in the Ely Mining Distriot, Linooln County. State of Nevada. Unless you pay me i at my office in Ploohe, 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 daya from the date thereof, together with ooatB. yonr interests in o.ld mina will ha forfeited to me bv due nroeesa ii - - of law. Ploche, Nov., January 38, 1877. Ja37-904 NOTICE. T HAVE THIS DAT SOLD THE BUTCHER- JL lng business heretofore owned and man. aged by me tbe last twelve months to Ms Anmmt Adelman. All neraons owing bills for meats bought at the People's and Nevada Markets prior to thla date will please call and pay them at my store on Meadow Valley street. Atocna, amn i, ion. mMia F.W. OLUTI. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Assessment nonces Sill Delinquent Bales, per square roetpouement delinquencies, per square. ... S Dissolution Notices 10 Notice to Creditors io Court Summons, jier square..... g Special Locals Fifty Cents per line, for first ana Ten Gents for each aubsequant lnaartlon. JOB WORK. Done at the Rbookb ofltaa in tha haat atvle known to the art; and mast be paid for on da. livery, nnlass persons having the work done uave atanamg soconnts with tne omoa. Do da vlatlon from this rale. LEGAL. United States Marshal's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED ont of the Circuit Court of the United States in the Ninth Circuit, in and for the District of Nevada, and to me directed and delivered for a ludmnent rendered in said Court on the 10th day of May, A. D. 1870, In favor of Mary Jane Wil liams, Administratrix ol the Estate of Bamual Williams, deceaaed, and against the Newark Silver Mining Company, a corporation, for the the sum of twenty thousand (gold coin) dollars damages, together with t?87 40-100 tax, ooaei, ' auu an accruing costs and interest, I nave levied on the following property, to wit: Regulator Lode No. a, located Julyl, 1S78 Atlantio Lode, located January 31, 1878; Regulator Lead No. 1, located February) 2S, lM7d; Regulator Lead, located January It, 1873; Atlantio Lead, located January , 187S; Regu lator Lead No. 2, looated February 38, 187S. Each of the above described leads and lodes were located by C. W. Watson and contains 1,500 feet undivided. Also all tbe mining ' ground described in a deed from the Washing ton and Creole Mining Company to said Newark Silver Mining Company, dated February 36, xttt, ana reooraed in book "L, of mining reeords, on panes 113 and 11, in the County Recorder's office in Lincoln oonntv and Stata of Nevada; also the Santa Clara Lode, looated June 25, 1864, containing 3,000 feet; also the unarter uu 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 and property ara situate and being in what la now known aa Ely Mining uiBinct, in uncoin county, nevada. Also that flfteen-stamp quartz millsitnate in said county, near Dry Valley, and oommonly known aa the Condor Mill, together with tha mlll-alte. water righta and water-ditch thereto attached, and uie ooaraing-nouse, DiacKamitn-anop and bnildings attached to said 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, 1878, and recorded In bonk "L" of real estate deeds, on pages 366, 308, 207 and 268. in the Connty Recorder'a office in aaia Lincoln connty. Also the shaft and holat-lng-works on what Is know as the Newark Mine, and also aaid Newark mine situate on Panaoa Flat, near the Raymond Ely hoisting-works, in said mining dlsrjiot and oonnty. notice is nereoy given tnat on Friday, the 30th day ef March, A. D, 1877, between the hours of S o'olook s. m. and S o'clock p. m, on aaid day, to wit, at 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 tbe above described property on, the said 10th day of May, 1876, and has had therein at any time since, at the Court-house door in tha town of Ploche, In the County of Linooln, State of Nevada, at public auction, for oash in hand, to the highest and best bidders, to satisfy said execution and and all costs. AUGUSTUS ASH, United States Marshal, Bv J. P. Cnmxa. Deontv Ploche, Nevada, March 8, 1877. aario-td NOTICE. U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE SPECIAL TAXES, May 1st 1877, to April 30th, 1878. THE REVISED STATUTES OF THE UNITED States, Sections 3233, 8237, 3288 and 3239, require every person engaged in any business, avocation or employment wmcn renaera mm liable to a special tax, to procure and place oon splcuously in bis establishment or place of business a Stamp denoting the payment of said Special Tax for the Special Tax Year beginning May 1, 1877, nerore commencing or continuing business after April SO, 1877. A return, as prescribed on Form 11, la also re quired by law of every person liable to Special Tax, as above. The taxes embraced within the provisions of the law as above quoted are the following, via; Rectifier $300 00 Dealers, retail liquor. , 3100 Dealers, wholesale liquor 100 04 Dealers in malt uquor, wholesale au so Dealers in malt liquors, retail 30 00 Dealers In leaf tobacco 36 00 Retail dealers in leaf tobacco BOO 00 And on sale of over $1,000, fifty cents for every dollar in excess of $1,000, Dealers in manufactured tobacco S 00 Manufacturers of stills 60 00 And for each still manufactured 30 00 And for each worm manufactured 30 00 Manufacturers of tobaooo 10 00 Manufacturers of cigara 10 00 Peddlers of tobacco, flrst-olass (more than two horses or other animals) DO SO Peddlers of tobaooo, second-class (two horses or other animals) 38 00 Peddlers of tobacco, third-class (one horse or other animal) 16 00 Peddlers of tobacco, fourth-class (on - foot or public conveyance) 10 00 Brewers of less than 600 barrels 60 00 Brewers of 600 barrels or more 100 W Any person so liable, who shall fail to com ply with the foregoing requirements will be subject to severe peanalties. Persons or firms Liable to pay any of the Special Taxes named above may apply to J. F. H ALLOC BV Deputy Collector of Intarautl Revenue at Ploche, Nevada, and pay for and procure the Special-Tax Stamp or Stamps aa they need, prior to May 1, 1871, ana wituous runner notice. Sneclal-Tax Stamp will be transmitted by mail only on receipt from the parson or firm ordering the same of specific directions so ss to do, together with the necessary postage stamps or the amount required to pay the postage. Tne postage on tne stamp is tnree centa ana two stamps six oents. If It is desired that they bs transmitted by registered mail, ten oents addi tional should aocompany the application. uttsisn a. UAuaa, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Office of Internal Revenue. Waahlnnton. D. 0.. January 33, 1877. a7-4t NOTICE. To H. Duffonbacker. J. M, Pierce. T. S. Cole man and John Baker, and to whom It may oon- oern, you are hereby notified that yon are In- debted to the undersigned in the following luei I. 1 amounts, vis: n. Duaenbaokea Sis, 4. at. Pierce $30. T. 8. Coleman $3 snd John : $16.26, In gold coin, for money expended by na in wornng tne at. ueorge mine, situaaaa in sty Mining DiBtriot, Linooln county, State of Ne vada, unieaa you pay us as our omce in nocoa, Nevada, the above proportional share of said expenditure on said mine wlnthln ainetv days from date, together with ooste, your lnteraala In said mine will be forfeited to us by doe pre eesss of law. Ploohe, Nevada, Feb. IT, 1877. ! H.S.LUBBOCK. mS-MM B.H.XLAJBL .