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TOST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Wasbitotow. March 9. ISfiS. i 1JR0P03AI.S WILL BE RECEIVED AT 1HE Contract Office of this Department until 3 P. . oi junf iu oext, (tone decided ir the lath). for c-mveyiDir the mails of the tinted states KaiKW, Colorado, Utah. Idaho. Montana, and Nevada, from October 1, lSt8, to Jane 30, 170, on the routes and by the schedule of departures and arrivals nerein specined. KANSAS 14IG7 Fr"nt Covoteend of the Union Pacific Rail- mi, k. u. ) to Denver, uiorauoj, zoo miles ana puck, daily. Lve Coyote da'Iy at 6 a. for on arrival of rmirom the E.wt). Arrive at Denver in seventy-two hours : Leave Denver daily at 6 a. M.; Arrive at Cayote in seventy-two hours. The rout and service will be curtailed at pro rata reduction of nay. as the railroad is ex tended westward. COLORADO. tf35 From Cheyenne, (Dakota), by La Porte, to Denver. (Colorado), liu miles ana nacK, auy. supplying such offices as are on the route, at the discretion of the Department. Leave Cheyenne daily at 6 a. X., (or on arrival of cars from toe iast); Arrive at Denver in twenty-four hours; Leave Denver daily at 6 A. X.; Anive at Cheyenne in twenty four hours. UTAH CVJ5 From Cheyenne, f Dakota), or that point of the l moo racinc Kulroad to which the mails are bein conveyed when this service goes intn operatic by Laramie City, Fort Senders, Elk Orove, Fort Bridger, (Utah), Echo City, Coal ville. Enterprise. Morgan, Hovtville, Salt Lake City, Tmele, Stockton, Eaiifield, Ecan Ctnon, (Nevada). Knhy alley, Austin, Clan Alpine, Sunt Clair Station, mid Miilwater, to Vireinia Citv. 1.0& miles and back. d;tily. Leave Cheyenne daily, except Sunday, at S A. M. , (or on arrival of train trom the East) ; Arrival at Virginia Citv in nine days; Leave Virginia City daily, except Sunday, at 8 a. M ; arrive in t heyenne in nine days. H inter Schedule, twelve days. The route and service will he-curtailed at pro rat redaction of piy, as each fifty miles of the Union Pacihc Kwd is completed westward, and the mill service ordered thereon. The Department reserves the right to curtail the service at its western terminus wnen tne cen tral Pacific Rtd shall have progressed eat a suf ficient distance to warrant it in starting the west ern muls from a point on the railroad, rather than from Virginia City. The Department also reserves the right to change the bom of deitarture at either end f the route, that due connections may be made East and West. 19-333 From Fort Briber t South Pass City, (n. o..) Dakota, 100 miles and tack, once a week. Leave Fort Bridger Monday at 6 a.m.: Arrive at South l'ass City next day by 0 p. i Leave South Pass City Wednesday at 6 A. x.; Arrive at fort Bridgernext day bv 6 P. X. Proposals for thxee-taues-a- week-service in vited. 16637 From Salt Lake City, by Stoker, Centre-! ille, Frmington, Kaysville, South Weber. Wiilard. Bri-lum Citv, Bear River Junction. (a. o ), Boise City, (Idaho), Montgomery, Shep herdsville. 3Iartimville, Midilleton, Wieser Ranch. Ex press Ranch. ( Ore . m ). A ubnr n , Bker City. Vnion, tnmtnersville, Mitchell's Station. Walla-Vi.lla, (Washington Territory), Wallnla, and Uraitilla, to The Dalles, 875 miles and back, six times a week. Leave Salt Lake City daily, except Sunday, at 9 a. x ; Arrive at TheDlles in nine divs: Leave The Dalles daily, except Sunday, at $ a x ; Arrive in Salt Lake City in nine days. Winter schedule, twelve days. Proposals invited f r six-times-a-week-serrice from Salt Like City to Bois City, (Idaho), and three times a week the residue. Atso for three-times-a-week service over the entire route. IDAHO. 71 From Beir River Junction, (n. .), by Port-me. M.ilaie Citv. Frt Hall, Eagle Rock, Snahe River Ferry, and Junction Ranch, (n. o ). to Virginia City, 3U- milts ana bacK, tiirt times a week. Leave Bear River Junction Monday, Wednesday and Krid iy at S a. x ; Arrive it Virginia Citv third dav bv 6 P. x. Leave Yimiuia City Monday, Wednesday, and 'ridT at S 4. x.: Arrive at Bear River Junction third day by 6 p. x. Proposals foe six-times-a-week service invited. 15715 From Boise Citv. by Willow Creek, (Oregn'i (n. o.) Camp Logan, (n. o.), Strawberry Val ley, (n. o.), Union, and Marysville, (n. o.). to Canvon Citv. 159 miles and back, once a week. Leave Boise City Monday at I A.M.; Arrive at Canyon City Wednesday by 7 Leave Canvon City Thursday at 7 a. x.: Arrive at Boise Citv Sunday bv 7 P. X. Proposals for three-timts-a- week service invited. MOXTASA. IAiVT. From ViririniaCitv. bv Nevada City, Slieri- d tn. Sturiris. and Montana, to Bannack City , 73 milM s.nd ba?k. t hree times a week. Leave Virginia City Monday, Wednesday, and j Fntlay at s A. Sf ; Arrive at Bannack City next dnvsby 12 w .; Leave Bmnack City Monday, Weduesday, and Fndyat8 a. w ; Arrive at Virginia City next daj3 by 12 v. NEVADA. fJi Fr- m Gnoa, by Taho and Slippery Ford, to I Placervillc, miles and baclc, ouco a weeK. Leave Genv M nday at 8 a. m ; Arrive at I'lticerville next day by 12 Leave Piacerville Wodn-sly at 8 a. m.; Arrive at Genoa next day by 12 u. NOTES. Fach route must be bid for separately, with eptrate guaranty and certillcate, and nmst pn- vHde for the convfvance of the mail with ceMn- tv. certaintv, andecurity,,' ming the termi ofi the law, and proposal mut be guaranteed by two responsible person, certified to as such by a itodt- master or ju lire oi a conn oi record. Ho pay wid be made for tripi not performed, and for e-:h'of such omissions n t satisfactorily ex plained three times the pny of the trip may be 1 deducted, for arrivals so tar oenini timeas io break connection with depending mails, and not ufflcientlv excused, one-f urth of the comnenj-a- tin for the trip i subject to forfeiture. Fines will be imposed, unless the d liii'iuenrv le satis factorily explained, fur neglecting to take the miil from or it: to a post office ; for suffering it to biniuro.1 dt-str,ved robbe I. or lost: or for re fusing, after demand, tocouvey the mail as fre-, quentl v as the contractor runs, or is concerned in runninz. vehicles on the route. The Postmaster; nanerwl mav annul the contract for disobey ins the post office laws, or the instructions of the Depart- ! inent. lie may aner zne scueuuie ui u-pnuic arvl arriv-tls, and al order an increase of service y allowing therefor a pro rata increase on con tract pay Hri may also curt Ail or discontinue the service in whole or in part, at a proportionate de- creaaa of pay, allowing as a full indemnity to the J contract r. one month s extra compensatien on the: auioant of sarT;ca dispensed with, and a pro rata rompnns .tiua for the service rctaineJ and. con tioneJ. For form of proposal, e.. te , see adTertise ment in pamphlet form of routes in Kansas. Nebraska, Coloradi, Ac, dated November 30. 107, or any similar advertisement issuoi by the lpartm-.nt. Hide should be addressed to the Second Assistant Postmaster General," snpcrscr'bed "Pro posals. State of ," and sent by usail. ALKX. W. RANDALL, ap21-td Poktmastsr Otneral. I ASSBSSOR's advkrtisbmkkt FRST DTTISIOy OF THB COLLECTION District of the State of Nevada, comprising the County of Ormsby. Notice is nerefy given that the valuations, assessments or ennmerations of subjects liaple to duty under the internal Revenue Laws of the United States, made and taken bv Samuel D. King, Jr., Assistant Assessor of said Division and returned to me in the annual list tor 1S68, will remain open for the examination of all persons concerned, lor the spice oi i rt DAYS from date hereof, at my omce, third Minn ing north of the Penrod House, in Carson City, between the hours of 9 o clock A. M.and4K 31 and after the expiration of the said ten days, to wit : on the 6th day of May. A. D. 1868, at my Liibce in Carson City, Nevada, 1 will receive and I determine all appeals relative to erroneons or ex I made or taken by said Assistaut Assessor. All ap peals to the Assessor as aforesaid, must be made I in writing and specify the particular cause, mat ter or thine redirecting which a decision is reqnes- I ted ; and shall moreover state the ground or i principle ol error complained of. Dated Carson City, April 30, 18o8. ASSESSOR'S ADVERTISEMENT. IT. S Internal Revenue. T-TFTH DIVISION OF TIT IS COLLECTION 1 District of the State of Nevada, comprising the County of Douglas. Notice is hereby given that the valuations, assessments or enumerations of subjects liable to dutv under the Internal Rev enue Laws of the United States, made and taken bv Richard N. Allen Assistant Assessor for aid Division, and returned to me In the annual list for Mav. 1SCS, will remain open for the examination of ail persons concerned, for the space of TEX DAYS from the date hereof, at the office of the Assistant Assessor of said Division, in the town of Genoa, between the hours off v o clock A. 31. and 4 P. M each day, and after the expiration of said tndays. to wit : on the wn day oi May, a. v. 1S8. at my office in Carson City. Nevada, I will receive and determine all appeals rel ative to erroneous or excessive valuations, assess ments or enumerations made and taken by said Assistant Assessor. A!l anneals to the Assessor, as aforesaid, must be made in writing, and specify the particular cause, matter or thing, respecting which a decision Is requested ; and shll moreover I state the ground or principle of error complained of. WAHKEN WASSJN, V. S. Assessor. Genoa, April 20, 1S68. FOUND ! 0y ,E CREY nORSK, SPAMSn brand on le't blpt abont fourteen band? huh. Said harm came to SWIFTS STATION on the niaht of Saturday. May 9, 1808. The owner can recover his property by paying the charges for feed, and tlie cost oi tuia advertiwnietii. FRED. D. TTJRXEK, Agent for Lake Bipler Toll-Road Company mvld lm THOMAS WELLS, Attorney and Connselor at Law, A ND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR CAL- J I FORM A. Office in Sweeny's Building. He will practice in all the Conrts of this Mate, and in theCircnit and District Courts of the United States. Most careful attention will be given to all matters entrusted to hiscaro. Houses and Lots rented, bonghtandsold, on reasonable terms. TJtles strictly investigated. conveyancing done, and collections made. 3XTOTIOTU TO WOOD CHOPPERS! 100 EXPERIENCED WOOD CHOPPERS can ud employment by applying at HAINES' RANCH. Three miles sonth of Genoa, in Songlas county. State of evada. IIATXES, VAX GORDER t LEET. M.iv 10th. IhHi. 2m COPYING- an n OTHER WRITING. 'ITIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO ISKWM JL Lawyers and busiuess men in general that lie Can Be Fnnnd at the County Bulltltug rrepared to attend to Copying or any Writins "Which may be intrnsted to him, and begs share of nhateTer may be doing in that line. RICllAKD R. rAliKIJiSOJi. Prcember 24, IRb7. CHARLES MARTIN, NOTARY PUBLIC, Office with the Secretary of State, County Building, ARSON CITY, NEVADA. Jannarv 22J, 186. ja22-tf ADOLPHUS WAITZ, NOTARY PUBLIC FOR ORMSBY COUNTY. Lefral Instmmenta Drawn i Rr- corcls Written up; Booaserping and Conrlnff of every description done with neatness and dispatch. OFFICE. CORNER OP KINft k CURRY STS CAKSOV CITY, NEVADA. F"brnnry V.: NEW SPRING GOODS! KOPPEL & PLATT, Carson City, Xevada, TTAYB .irST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF XX SPRING GOODS, consisting of NEW SUITS, .1 XXA-Tfip, CAT'S. CRAVATS, BOOTS A!VD SHOES WHICH TIIEY OFFER FOR BALE CHEAP. Canmn. March 2R, 1S6S. KNAPP & HUSLBUTT, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER3 IN a B - tVBAATt, Tr T 17 A TTIT'TJ PLk JJJo uiiiuaiuuti, HATE ON HANI A 0F.EAT ASSORTMENT of FINE and MINING BOOTS. Custom made, which they now offer at greatly reduced prices. Custom Made Boots tor Leather and Shoe Findings and Santa Cms Sole Leather very cheap fur cash. Give as a call. 40- Brick Store, apposite ths Plaza. Carson, May 20, 1868. jnT20-tf O X IP X o INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital, $1,000,000. AIiIj PAYABLE N United States Gold Coin 850,000 DEPOSITED IN NEVA DAI JONATHAN' HUNT, President. A. 3. RALSTON, Secretary. II. F. RICE, Agent. At the Office of Wells, Fargo Co: mhSSI CARSOJf CITV. tf DK. HUFEL AND! CELEBRATED SWISS STOMACH BITTEES III "T7" The best Purifier of the Blood I X XV X A Pleasant Tonic! XT !A very Agreeable Drink! Unsurpassed for acting surely but I gently on the secretions of the kid rpjY oeys, bowels stomach and Uverl TITI I For sale at all wholesale and retail - A I liquor, drug and grocery stores. Nobody should be without it! J. u. tBiscH, rropnetor. TAYLOR 4 BKNDEL, Sol Agents, jel-ly 413 Clay St., San Francisco Application for 1'aleot. NOTICE 90. 197.1 REGISTER'S OFFICE. CAESoxCur, Netada. Jlay 25th. l'oS. 6R. .TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOHN T. Williams. Ham Birnwell. Jtweph Carn t-row, James I. Ittm, J . V. Barnwell, lienj Wickiiff. Urn. W. Craiee. I. B. Winter". Mat Cdesser has this day filed in this offies a diagram. tcpether with a Notice ef Application for Vateut Irum the LnlteI fftates, under Act ot loDgrrtss ap- provett July rb. im(. tor l wo innusnnd tett o: Lost Cause Lode, and known a the Ixt Caue Claim, in the Washita Mining district, Douglas County, Nevada: Commencing at a post No. 1, the S. W. corner, running them e N 19J30' W 550 feet to station Xo 2; thence S 70 30' W 100 feet to station No. 3; tht nre .V 19 3tf W 100 feet to station No. 4: thence N 70 30' E 100 feet to sta tion No. o; thence X 19 30" W 14jo feet to station Xo. 6 ; thence N 70 30' E 140 feet to station No thence S 1 30' E 20t0 feet to station No. 8; thence S 7u 30' West 140 feet to place nf begin ning, containing s x and 15-100 acres. Bearings ironi trae meriuian, aag. Tar. lt" cy K. WAKKEN T. L0CKIIART, my3rt90 Kegister. $1,000 REWARD. STATE OF NEVADA, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. TY TnE AUTHORITY IN ME VESTED BY Xj the Constitution and Laws of the State of Nevada, I hereby offer a F.EWARD OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS For the arrest and delivery of THOMAS RILEY to either the Sheriff of Lyon County, or to the Sheriti' of Ormsby County, Nevada. Said Riley is charged with the muriler of Timothy 0. Smith, then Sheriff of Ormsby County, alleged to have been committed on the night ot Thursday, De cember 1:2, 1S07. at paid Kiley's House, in Lyon County, while said Smith was attempting to arrest him for shooting one Miles 0'Grady, the same night, at Empire City, Ortnsl'j County. DESCRIPTION : Thomas Riley is an Irishman : abont five feet six inches high; hair gray, formerly brown; eyes bine, or erray; ordinary weight abont one nun dred and thirty-five pounds: and insieechand action is sharp and quirk. When he committed the murder he was wearing a moustache and im perial. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my BjS! hand, and caused to he affixed the Great illFVj geHi f d,e gtate of Nevada. Done at Carson City, this the ISth day of December. A. D. 18C7. H. O. BLASDKL. Governor of Nevada- Atteet: C. N. Notewre, Secretary of State. BOOK-KEEPING -BY THE UNDERSIGNED, (AN ACCOUNTANT OF twentv-five Tears experience.) is now pre pared to teach Book-keeping fcy Double Entry, practically and thoroughly. Students will not be limited as to time, but will continue their studies until perfectly competent to take charge ef a set of Books. Persons can enter at any time, as each student is taught separately. Terms moderate. 8weeny's Bonding, (up stain.) ; Carson, Nor 9, Mo". DELINQUENT TAX LIST. St ATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF ORMSBY. District Attorney's Office. Notice of snits commenced. To tbe following-named defendants, and to all owners or claimants to the real estate ana Improvements tnere-.n, or improvement when assemed ssparateTy. hereinafter depcribed. known or unknown : Yon are hereby notified that suits have been commenced in the Jnrtice's Court, Car son Townh;n, by tbe State of Nevada, plaintiff. Against each of the defendants hereinafter named, , and earh of the following described tracts or par- j eels of land, with the improvements thereon, and J improvements when separately assessed situated in Ormsby county, and all owners of claimants to the same, known or ununown, to recover tne tax and delinquency, aeesed to said defendants. against said property, for the fiscal year com mencing on tho first day of January, m.j , and ending on the 31st dav of December, 1S7, and that a summons has been duly iwned in each case; and yon are further notified that unless you appear and answer the complaint filed in said cause on or before the Xltlx defy of .Apx-il, A. D. at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.f judgment will be taken against you and the real estate and improvements herein descridei. tor toe nmount of tax and delinquency specified, and costs of suit: Aspen, John Y. rx-ssepsorv claim to 80 acres of land, s ot n vj ot section 14, t to a a i j; of Mt Diablo Meridian and improvements; tax and delinquency 10 23. Behr, Charles, possesory claim to the west lp2 feet of lot 24 of Russell A Civw's gnrvev ot Km pire City and improvements; also personal proper ty assessed at w ; tax ana aeiinqnenry o, oi. Hradiey, & n 'ioi lots z ana i in oio, k oi T and Ts divMun, Carson City ; tax and uclin ouencv 14 74. Cromwell, Oliver, possessory claim to lot 6 in block 21 of Empire City and improvement: and personal property vaiueii and assessed at i.ow w. tax and nelinnuencv 56 61 . Cle-aveianti , X , personal properly asscssea at 400 00: tax and Helimpiency 13 ft. Cavell. Mrs Elizabeth, personal property asses sed at loO 00; tax and dehnrmenc 5 fJ. Cadwalader. Henrv, TMsseaicrycIaim to2S4 acre of land, and improvements, about 3 mi.es west of Carson City, in King's Canon, bounded on the north by land claimed by 3 M ha ton, smith by land of Joseph Reefer, and on the weft by Wm, Wrence and A D Tread way, said land commonly known as the ' Johnson and Baldwin's ranch," tax and deliiionencv 10 50. Eberhart. John i, possessorv claim to lot 10 in block 22 of Empire City and nouse t hereon; also personal rropeity assessed at tax ana deun- auencv $15 35. Earl and Lawton. ponwssory claim to 10 acres of land and improvement-;, on the laKe uigier road. about eight miles from Carson City, known a Swift's Station; tax and delinquency J..1 1A Gates, A L, hone and lot m Kmpire ( itv, and furniture assessed at 0); tax and delinquency $3 41. Grinnell, Joshua. poe:srry claim to fji acres f land ant orth side of Clear Creek and improve ments; also personal property assessed at 25 00; tax and delinouencv t t'J. Jamison. Thos S. possesr.ry claim tnSTT'X section 2. ana N -of NW V4'. and NW -ot NE of section S.1. all inT 15 X K 19 Eof lt Diablo meridian, and improvements; tax and delinquen cy 6 Lamtert, TTm IT, posesory claim to abut Ko acres of timber land situate about 3 miles west of Carson City; tax and delinquency 2. Miller, Slatthias, p.neasory .Maim to SW of section 25 T 15 N K 19 E and improvements, and personal property assessed at 150 00; tax aud de linquencv 10 23. Meffoid Beck stead, lf-0 acres of lnnd. NWj4' of section 4T15N R 19 E of Mt Diablo meridian, and personal property assessed at 275 bO; tax and de linquency 13 20. Olin, A S, posseiesorT claim to V) acres of land. S E'4of NW4an.l?Wi;uf NE 4'of section 7 in T15 N R 21 Eof Mt DiaMo meridian and improve- ; meuts; tax and delinquency yi. Pruyn. Marcellus. fHwsessiry claim to2."2acresof land nearsafe Home Tunnel in Pine Mit iiange.ana persnal property assessed at 375 00; tax and delin quency 21 30. Starkey, James, dwellinghouse in Emi ireCity, and personal proptrty assessed at 100 00; tax and delinquency 5 11. Sharon, William, mney at interest seenrea oy mortgage executed by Geo A onrse, assessed at 600 00: taxes and delinuuem-v 22 11. Walter, Albert, po5-e8ry claim to 1X) acresof land being SE t ot w J4 ana f ' .,oi r.;4ana NE iof NE l of section 24 T 15 IN R 20 E of Mt Diablo meridian, and personal property assessed at 2u0 CO; tax and delinquency in 23. Walton, Rufus. possessory claim to that portion of the E 1 . f X w 4 and W -j of N E 4 of section 3iu T 15 ' 11 V. E of Mt Diablo meridian, lying north of Clear Creek, about SO acres; tax aud delinquency 10 23. V ronch. W ilh;im, popseowy ciaim to quaeres oi land, beiug the N - of SW h of section 23 T 15 N K 19 E of Mt Diablo meridian ; tiix and delin quency S 53. O Graiy, Jiicnaet, persomi properry assesseu ai 1,250 0'; tax and delinqnencv 42 i-2. John Doe, lot 7, block 21. ST S's division Car son Citv; tax and delinquency 74 cts. Lot 10 block 21. same division, tax and delin quency 74 cts. South i-o of lot 6 block 21, same division, tax and delinquency C7 cts. lrot d ttlocK zz, same aivision, iax ana ueiin- quency ,4 cts. Lot z mock same uitisioh, itus hdu ueim- qneucy 02 ct. Lot 3 l-locK aK, same aivision, iax ana ueun quency 02 ct. Lrot ft mock, 44, same utviston. iax anu ueiiu- puency 92 cts. ivt 5 IiIock 4'j, same division, iax ana ueun- mencv 4 cts. Lot o block 4, same ui vtainn, iax ana delin quency 4 ct;. Lot 7 block 40, same division, iax ana delin quency 74 cts. Lot 8 block 46, same division, tax and delin quency 74 cts. 4 Lot 9 l-locK 40, same aivision, iax ami ueim- quency 74 eta. Lot 10 Muck 40. stime aivision, iax ana ueiin- quency 74 cis. Lot 1 block. 4., same uivision, iax ana ueun- quency i4 cts. Lt 4 block 47, eanie division, tax and delin quency 74 cts. Lot 2 block 4bt same aivision, iax anu ueiin- quency 74 cts. Lot ii mock 40, same miisiuu, io. vuu ucuu- nnenrv 1 4 cts. Lot 7 bloc k 51, same aivision, iax ana ueim- qnency 74 cts. Lot 8 block 51, quency 74 cts. Lot 9 block 51, quency 74 cts. same division, tax and delin same division, tax and delin same division, tax and delin- LtOt 1U OlOCK il qnency i4 cts. Lot 1 block 52, same division, tax and delin quency 74 crs. Lot 4 block 62, same division, tax and delin quency 74 cts. Lot o Hock b, same ai vision, tax ana aeuu- quency .4 cts. North half of block C5, same division, tax and delinquency! 4. Lot 2 block Co, same aivision, ux ana delin quency 37 cts. Lot 3 block 66, same division, tax and delin quency 37 cts. Lot 6 Mock 66, same aivision, iax ana delin quency 37 cts. South half of block 11 of Pierscn k Goodrich's division of Carson City, tax and delinquency 92 cts Lot 4 block 12, same division, tax and delin quency 92 cts. Lot 8 block 29, Muster's division of Carson City, tax and delinquency 92 cU. Lot 2 block 52, game division, tax and delin quency 74 cts. Lot 3 block 62. same division, tax and delin quency 74 eta. hot mock 9. Bute division, tax ua aeun- queuey 92 cU. The west half of lofg 7 and 10 in Mock 17, of Proctor k Green's division tt Carsrn City, and im provements, tax and delinquency 73 70. Lots 7 and 10 block CO, same division, tax and delinquency 3 68. Lots 8 aud 9 bbek 60, same division, tax and delinquency 7 37. Lids 2 and 3 block CO, same division, tax and delinquency 3 f?.- Lots 2, 3, 6, 7 and 10 block 64, same division, tax and delinquency 0 20. Korth-west quarter of Mock 20, Phillip's divi sion of Carson City, tnx and delinquency 1 83. North 50', . feet of the north-east ouarter of block 20, same division, tax and deiii.qnency 92ct. Lots 9 and 10 in block 9: of lurry 6 division of Carson CUT. tax and delinquency 1 74. Lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 5. 6. 7, 8. 9, 10. 11 and 12 in block one (1) of Van Winkle A Procter's divison fcf Can-on City, tax aud deliLqutncy cn each lot 37 cts. I on 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Mock 3 of said divi sion, tax and delinquency on each lot 37 cts. Lots 1 to 12 inclusive, tbe while i.f block 6, ?anie division, tax and delinquetcv on each lot, 37 cts. Lots 1 to 12 inclusive, the whi le of Mock 16, ame division, tax and delinquency on each lot, 37 cts. Lots 1 to 12 inclusive, the whole of Mock 20, same division, tax and deliimuemy on each lot. 37 cm SAM. C. DFN'SOX, District Attorney, Ormsby county. A. W. NiOhTiNfiii.L, Mieriff. mb3 IN BANKRUPTCY. nderiirmd has been appointed as Assignee Bankruptcy of the estate and effects of THOMAS J. BEDFORD of Ormsby c nnty, Stato of Nevada, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon bif own petition by tbe Disti i, t Court of the L'nited States for tbe District ot Nevada. SEYMOt'R P1XLKY, Assign?. Dted May 1Mb, lti8. niyl9-lm I3ST BAN KKTJPTC Y- "VOTTCE 13 11EREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1 nnde signed has been apt ointed as Assignee in Bankruptcy of the estate and 'Sects of J-RANK ' K H K 1 X f Ornifby eonnty, ttate of Nevada, who has been adjudge"! a Bankru t up- n his own petition by tbe District Court of tbe l uited State for the District of Nevada. GEO. S. SAWYER, Assignee Dated May TSth, iw. myl'.-lm LIVE It5r S TAB X.E . rym . Cnange or Fropiietor. J. M. BENTON, IlaTinir pnrcliased the Stone SfaUe formerly occupied bv llenry M . heraiaxlt .n Cariss Street, opposite AV. F. sb Co'a Express OIHcef Will keep constantly on han l a g x4 supply e HORSES, BUG G IKS. CARRIAGES, And the like, anJ will be in constant attendaacs I3.TO 51PPLTTHE Pl BLIC-et TEKMS REASONABLE. CARS0W, seio NEVADA- SAM. C. ntNSOX, 'Attorneyat-L.aw, District Attorney ofOrmtk, Conkty. Office in ConntT BniMinpr, Carbon JitT, XeTS- da. Special attention aivt-n to case s ander tLs United States Bankrit law. ap24-tf K. D. TtIDD, Accountant and Copyist, SWKET'S PVIITING (TP PTMP.St. CARSON cri, MEVADA. BOOKS WIUTTIX UI'. rOfTKD AND BAIr-anct-d. Bills and acconntK maile out and col-1,-cled. Intricate accoonts esamint-dand adjnit9il. All kinds of copying dne n-atly aud promptly. nolJ-tf l'MM ON Nevada Revenue stamp 5V J TnE DISTRICT COVltT OF TIIK SECOND Judicial District of tbe State f Nevada, in f..r the C ontv of Ormsbv. W ILLIAM B. LAWLOU, plaintiff, vs. HANNAH C. II. LAW LOU defendant. Action broncht in the District Cvurt of the Sec ond Judicial District of the State of Nevada, In aud for the (-aid County , and the complaint filed inlaid County, in the "office of tbe Clerk of said District Court on the 2d day of March. A. D. 1S68. The State of Nevada sends greeting tu Ilanuah C. II. Lair lor, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against yon by tbe ab-ve ramed plaintiff in tbe District Court of the Sec n 1 Judicial Dis trict of the State of Nevada, in and for tbe County of Onusby.and to answer thecomplaint tiled there in (a copy of which accompanies this summons) within ten dars (exclusive t f tbe dav of service) after the service on you of this summons if ervei within this countv; or if served nt of thia county, but in thi district, within twenty days. OlllerWlSr WllIMIi lUItjr Uit'B vi ju'ij.uirm a-j faultwill be taken against yon, acordiug to tL prayer of said conipl-int. xne saiu acnon is urougni io t i-iiuu uuiw bvorre nnon the srrounds of wilful! desertion for more than two years, and to obtain The cunttxly of Emmet J. Law.i.r, s.n ot tbe plain tin anu aeiena ant, because of tbe unfitness of tbe defendant to have tbe care, custody, control and education off the said Emnit J. Law b-r. And you are hereby notified that if yon fifl to appear and answer the said complaint as above re.jiiired, tbe said plaintitT will take, judgment and decree apaint yon for divorce and f r the custody of said child, Emmet J. Lawlor, Given under my hand, and the seal of the District Court of the Second 'judicial District of the State of "e vada. iu and for the County of Ormsby. this 5th day of Mrch, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ixtv-eipht. mli7-fiw M. J. ASIIM0KJ5, Clerk. In the Pistrict Court, Second Judicial District, Ornish v County, Nevada. William B. Lawlor, plaiutiff, vs. Hannah C. II. Lawlr, defendant. Order for publication of Summons. It appearing to the satisfaction of tbe Court tfcat tbe defendant Hannah C. II. Law lor U nt a resi dent of the State of Nevada, and cannot be per sonally puniraoned in this cause, it is ordered by the Court that notice of tbe pendency of this cause be given by publication of the summons once each week for two month in the CRon Appeal, a newspaper printed and published in said orm-ty County. March 2d. !$. H. 11. itlUill, IMSU'Cl UUfce. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting under the name and firm of Spencer & tchinson is this day, April th, IKS, disfwVvwd by utual consent. A. W. ATCHINSON, J. J. SPENCER. Dayton, Nev., Mav 9th, ISc'S. my 12 lm NO TICK OF DISSOLUTION OP FAllTAEUslllf . TIIK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE IXIST ing between the undersigned in the name of H. Dion to., oomg business in varsonLivy, is thui dav dissolved br mutual consent. Joseph Cardinal will continue the but in ess, and all debts dne to and from said firm are to be paid to and by said Joseph Cardinal. H. DION. Carte City, May 1, 1668. 80d