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NEW- DAILY- -APPEAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY-
IlJlNiU Jill
8Jhe gjntj Sailn Appeal.
SEWING MACHINES !
At San Francisco. Prices
fTHK UNDERSIGNED HAVING E
J tablished an Agency for the eate of Nevada
in general and Carson City in Lmcular, for the
ana repair or m& . . .
"Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Machines,
II prepared to deliver them (of the latest pat
terns ana witn tne newest unprovcnents) ,
AT SAX FRANCISCO PRICES !
(Actoal cost of freight only added.)
These are 'the Best Sewing
Machines in the World.
All orders addressed to the Carson Agency
will be promptly attended to.
! .,;! h;-, P. FOX,
Corner Third and Nevada streets, Carson City,
Local Agent for the State of Nevada.
San Francisco Agency : ...
m "... tf.lttLsTODDARIV
Agent for the Pacific Coast,
No. 427 Montgomery street,
San Francisco.
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BANK EXCHANGE SALOON,
Sweeney's Building, corner King and
Ormsby streets,
OArs(on, OAly.
The best and purest brands of
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
And other spirituous liquors.
Ales, Lager Beer, Cigars, Ftc
Retailed at IS Guts per gliss. ' A peculiar
feature of the Bint Exchange is the very snm -rior
brand of HAVANA CIGARS, always kept on
hand. Call and see me.
jal-tf K. R. BROWN, Proprietor.
GEO. D- EUYER
WHOLESALE DEALER IS
Liquors and Cigars
Kos.HjS ad US-Carson Street, Carson City, .
(Next door scKitlwrf A. if Dricsbach's wan hous.
AGENT FOCTHE FOLT.OWIXG ?EL
ebrated brimw ' HIlISKIh' ''' h
constantly t-epsoil hand : S If i c- ,
tfonal." Cir,itol,""S- n-'te." "O.ngivss.
in et. AAA R Ve." LLOYD k CO R'ntuciiJ
' jVmrbon. " JESSE MOOR i-'S Cek br .ti .
Tfh Uky. GOLDEN SHEAF WHISKY. Als
the celebrated "BWE G.tVSS" WHISK1
and ALE and PORTER In cases or bulk: als
keens ' n hand the finest brmls of CIGARS IN
CASE. EO. D- FRYER,
jal.u Liquor Dialer.
Pa lace Saloon,
SCJTLT- c STREET, YIB.GINL CITr.
'Tir jter & Sliepard, Proprietors.
Tk uNsrcsieTO havixg wn
Tuhased' the entire interest of the abov
r imed Saloon, the business thereat will in th
Blare be carried on by them ander the firm
aa-neoi Tinker Shepard.
W. W. TINKER,
j. SHEPARD.
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"Virginia, January 21, 1871.
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OLD 'SAZERA-C" SALOON
CWJ0V5XttET. CARSM CITY, NEVADA..
LEWIS & THORlQTON, Prop'rs.
THIS WELL KNOWN AND POPIXAB
Saloon has been entir. lv renovated and re
opened by the undersigned.
A ftn'B01Iar4 Tablet
Has been added to the establishment, and s
CH'B ROOM fitted up with the view to accom
modate visitors. We have purchased a lirst
class assortment of
W3e,3itiftioi3 mhd: Cigars,
And shall be happy to see and wait on our
frienls GlS LEWIS.
jalS JEROME THORINGTON.
SAZERAC vSALOOt,
Corner of Carson and Proctor streets,
CAKSON CITY NE ADA.
SIMPSON IREUNOt PROPRIETORS,
ltfta floue,"le8tiirait a'adj
Saloon.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE RF
fitted the entire 'lodging house and taloon
n l are now prepared to receive their r troi s
and friends. The bed rooms have nnderg ,.-ner
thorough overhauling, and the Bsr fc st. eke.'
with the best brands of Wines. LiquJTS an'1
C'rLCB RO:S will lie" found nndef '-the sv-
perintendehc -.x.-r
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l IRELAND
CLEANING ANOrREPAIRINC
njT( yoa been to the well known
domes inauir . i .
If not take your clothes ,nBd. re them made
to look like new garnwnts.- Crease and stain
thoroughly removed. I warrant satisfaction or
no pay reqaired. Ladies' SlantiUasand Cloaks
thor.ugniy remind- -
Repairing promptly and neatly done.
THOMA SiZKl I LLARO,
Opposite the Ormsby House... Tf.
Canon City
, Xerada.
ja7.tf , ,r;-
"Xzrnm AMD LOT.
ITH SIX FURNISHED BOOMS
back, ana s.yjuuu- iu uuui, kuuwu a.
Good Deed to Property,
jall-tf ' J F"
. ,nrp vn a. O. Ci. T. .
U"S ervT-E.DAY EVENING at 1
. . PfV H -ii . ih hnildinif of tho. O. F
lZn7nt-rot Musser ahd PUz
i A a.
FINE JAPAN,
ENGLISH, BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER.
MIXED TEAS,
Tj-ADE UP BY OURSELVES IX
packages of five poundt and upwards, and
delivered iu any part of Carson, Silver City,
Empire, Gold Hill and Virginia, CARRIAGE
PREPAID.
Samples Sent If Desired.
orders from nny part of the country promptly
uJ accurately executed.
N. B. Mr. JOSEPH BEER, who has had a
large experience in some of the most extensive
Tea Importing Houses ill London and New Yrk,
will fcve charge of this department.
Only the Most Reasonable Prices
will be demanded.
T. BEER BRO.,
Butchers and General Merchants.
Empire City, Net., Jan. 1. 173. jal-tf
J. E. LADD,
INSURANCE AND
REAL ESTATE BROXER,
AT THE
Sheriff's OIB.ce, County Buildings,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
AGENT FOR THE
LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Also, offers for sale :
HOUSES, LOTS, LUMBER
FOR RENT:
STORES, DWELLINGS,
OFFICES, LODGINGS.
: Also conducts
AN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
PERSONS DESIROUS OF FINDING SIT
UATIONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED.
Nv B. Connected with this institution is a
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT,
BILLS, NOTES, RENTS, fcc, collected on
short notice and with dispatch.
J. E. LADD.
v ARSON CITY AND VIRSINIA CITY
Stasre Line.
LadcTA MHnPrbprtetbrf
OX AND APTBB MARCH 18, ! 187.
the commodious and comfortable ,coachei
.f this line wilt leave" t .
CARSON .I;..... ...at TiSO o'clock
(Every morning.) Returning, leave
VIRGINIA CITY....... -.....-.at p..
Stages stop (going and coming) at
EMPIRE, SILVER CITY AND GBLr MILL .
' At the MOUND HOUSE will connect with
DAV IS & G I L LS ON
ARE 8TIU4 IN THE FIELD
WITH AN IMMENSE STOCK
OP
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
THEIR CONSTANTLY INCREASING
trade keeps them employed in replenishing
their stock and supplying the wants of their
numerous customers with
Xr esb. GoocJs
AT LOW RATES !
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WOODMEN TAKE NOTICE !
1ST RECEIVED
AXD SAFELY
'ep in our new
Iron Magazine,
830 KESS CALIFORNIA PCWDER,
And 50yOOO Feet Fuse.
This Powder was shipped at car-load rates
and will be sold at AGEN I'S PRICES.
DAVIS & GILLSOX.
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DAVIS & GILLSON
H WE JUST RECEIVKK 111 Kill,
FRESH FROM THE KILNS,
Ten Tons California Lime !
Which they offer at less rates than ever before
sold in Carson. Also on hand and for sale,
CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, HAIR,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
AND WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES.
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A WANT SUPPLIED !
'PHE PEOPLE OF CARSON HAVE
X long felt the want of a
HAY SCALE !
This want has been supplied by placing in posi
tiou opposite our store one of Howe's Finest
Hay Scales, eapnble of weighing W.oriO
pound. Trot out your fast stock and bring
along your beef cattle and loaded wagons, and
get them weighed, so that we can get some re
turns for the heavy outlay that we have been to
in supplying this puciic necessity.
DAVIS & GILLSON,
Carson Street, Carson City, Ner.
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i) Summons. In the United Status Land Jf-
jee, ot the District of Uarson uity, nevaua.
The People of the United States to Jonn
Reeves, iohn Sullivan and James Crawford and
Louts Mlrandette, grerirrsr .-. ,
.You are. hereby sluamoued. to appear before
me, at mv office, in Carson City, on the EIGhTH
DAY of MARCH, A. D. 1873, at II) o'clock. A. M.,
to answer thu complaint of;, the; Central Pacitic
Railroad Company, averring your claii to the
West half of Northeast quarter, and West half
of Southeast quarter of Section seven (7), Town
ship sixteen, V) -N. R- nineteen (19) East;
West half of Northwest quarter, and West half
of Southwest quarter of Section live (5) , Town
ship sixteen (lti) N. R. (13) ninoteen East: East
half of Northwest quarter ard East half of
Southwest quarter 01' Section five (;), Township
sixteen (16) N. R. nineteen (19) East and SVf4
of XWij and SW!i of NE1 of Section 17, Town,
ship (1) N. R. '9 East, to be unjust and illegal:
and, then and there, do you slow cause, if any
there be, why the claim f saM Central Pacitic
Railroad Company 6hall not be reco;iized as
just and legal, and be allowed to enter the said
land failing in which judgment will be taken
against you. -
To the United States Marshal or Deputized
Citizen greeting: Make service and return
Given under my hand this third day of Feb
ruary, A. D, 1S73.
y' ' ADOLPHUS WAITZ,
Register, of Carson City District.
febS-3Ud
RAILROAD 'BUS
pltOM AXD AFTER THIS DATE,
the undersigned will run
A REGULAR 0MNI3U3 LINE
to connect Morning and Evening with the
VIRGINIA & TRUCKEE I?.!?
Orders left at the St. Charles Hotel, Ormsby
House, or at my Livery Stable, will be promptly
dtended to.
J PI. BOTOX.
HEW STLR?!NEW GOODS!
Wlrs. WiihelTiina Bsck,
fBTCi:s T.lfS OCCASION TO TV-
i f.Tmtli 1' o;ile of Carsuii City and viciir
:ty that she has .'jieiied
A NEW STORE
In Sweeney's BniTdinsr, on Kin; St.,
Wlu re sh offers for silf a ne sl k - f
W.U!inery, Dry Coods, Shoes,
.-. it hk. A share of tie iiatronag- .'f tin
i' n
1 s'(J t ."ill '
.'i it.
(iV i. idi .- vill -.v.-ll t. aive Ii. r a call.
r.-i 'ify. January 'sT:t. jaJ3-tf
FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT,
Carson street, be t. Spear and Telegraph,
Carson City, Nev.
MEALS COOKED
style of the culinary
IX
THE BEST
liuary art
Furnished at all Honrs.
The Proprietors are determined to merit and
aiaintaiu the reputation of a
First-Class Eating House,
nd to thai end THE FOUNTAIN will always
e supplied with the best of everything in the
'Uarklt' HUNT & PHILLIPS,
jal-tf Proprietors.
J. R. J-HuS.GrJ,
No. 38 J St., between Second it Third
SACRAMENTO, CAL.,
Pealer and Shipper in
CALIFORNIA PRODUCE,
FRESH TA31E VEGETABLES,
Fruits, Nuts, Eggs,
FKESII SALMON,
And all orders filled with dispatch, fhargts
moihrate. ja31-lm
OCCIDKNTAIi
LBVERY STABLE
Carson Street,
CAKSON CITY NEVADA
mniS OLD ESTABLISHED AND
X widely known Stable has been lately reno
vated, the.old stock culled out and replaced with
fine young horses.
Carriagesof all descriptions on hand AT MOD
ERATE CHARGES.
Horses boarded bv the DAY or WEEK on the
LOWEST POSSIBLE TERMS.
X U We attend strictly to onr own business
ltf WINNIE & DAVID.
HI ARTE,! SALOON !
King Street, Carson City.
VICTOR A. M JLLE?, PROPRIETOR.
The finest brands of
Wines,
Liquors,
and
Cigars
Constantly on hand.
Attached to this splendid saloon, will be fotmd
spacious and well furnished
CLUB
Give me a call.
ROOMS.
VICTOR A. MULLER.
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CARSON CITY (JREWEHY,
r V C U T II tS. V. T
V a, a V c " t
CARSOH CITY, NEVADA
Wagner & Klein,
Proprietors.
The very best quality of
LAGER BEER
Made anywhere on the Pacific Coast or else
where. Orders promptly attended to.
The Saloon is constantly supplied with the
finest brands of
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
tilvr, I' n Call.
JOHN WAGNER,
JACOB KLEIN,
lanl tf
WINSTON'S EXCHANGE,
Carson street, between King and Carsou sts.,
CARSON CITY. NEVADA.
The Best Liquors, Wmes ai.cl
. .
Cigars ever brought to t oe
State of Nevada, "
For Safe at the Bar.
Tliis new Saloon, on the site of the old Ca l
tol Saloon, h: s been extensively repaired ai d
'rebled in dimensions, and the
G-amins Hall
is the most extensive in the Slate,
jal-tf . ; T. B. WINSTON, Proprietor.
DR. L. A. HERRICK,
H
OBIEOPATHIC PHTSICIAN.
' ' .V " T t r..m
OFFICE-In the County Buildings. Carson
CARSON CITY, NEVADA,
ORUGSI DRUG9'! 0RUGSr
C F. COLTON,-
DRUGGIST & APOTDECARY
. 'f ti ' " '; .-,!; .-,
VTHOI.ESALK AND RETAIL DEAL.
If er in :: t . 4 i . ') to . ., . -
Drugs, Chemicals, .
Patent Medicines, '
Perfumery,
Fancy and Toilet Articles,
Oils, Brushes, Soaps,
Garden Seeds,
Etc., Etc.
ALSO,
Pure Wines and .Liquors
For Medicinal Use.
1-tf C. F. COLTON.
ADOLPH JACOB?1
PKOPKIETOB OF THE
CTCtJLTZ. STORE,
AT THF
Ormsby House Corner
IN
CARSON CITY, NEVADA,
Keeps the Finest Brands of
II -A. "V .A. ?T A. C I G A. R S .
ALSO
DOME TIC CIC RS,
TOBACCOS.
GENCIXE MEERSCHAUM FITKS.
Fin Cvitlery.
Which he will sell at the? lowest rates possible.
Carson, December ly, 1872.
NO T I C E
To Gas Consumers!
OX AXD AFTER MONDAY J.1XT.
ary 13, 1S73, the Maxim Oas Couipnny will
t-iiargo
Seven Dollars
Per thousand cubic feet of Gas.
By order of the Trustees.
C. HARRIS, Secretary.
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FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CON
FEST10NS, ETC., ETC.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND
and is daily receiving the
Oliolfowt I- mite,
FfcwUost VcBctablcs,
IJc-wt of Coilloc-tioilf,
And like desirable and reasonable goxls, and
keeps the isest assortmkst brought to the Car
sou market.
N. B. Orders promptly filled and delivered as
per directions. E. PERASICH,
1-tf (Carson street, next to Theater Saloon.)
R. B, SHARP,
B N T I S TT.
HAVING TAKEN A SUIT OF ROOMS
over Pox's Bookstore, is prepared to dc
DENTISTRY WORK WITH IN
CREASED FACILITIES.
He has a room fitted up expressly for the con
veuience of ladies.
fc?"Good work and low prices. jal-tf
D-A.NOIN'Gr SOHOOLi
AT T U R NVEREIN HALL,
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Evenings
From 7 to 10 i o'clock P. M.
MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS
For Oentlemen only:
Fob Ladies a-d Geotlemes Ladies Free.
declH J. F. BURNS.
FURNITURE ANO BEDDING!
GEORGE W. KITZMEYER,
FURNITURE DEALER,
fS CARSON STREET. NEAR1
tViA PMitirri Punum f!itv. htm now
his large Wardroom tilled with U kiudn of fiS
And. as he is desirous to SELL QUICK, has
ligured all goods down to SMALL PROFITS.
The people of Carson and surrounding places
ire respectfully invited to call and examine my
stock.
All Mattresses and Beddinjr made at
iny Store are Warranted.
Particular attention paid to REPAIRING.
jel'-tf GEO. W. KITZMEYER.
DANCING SCHOOL !
At Turn Ve rein Hall.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OPEN
a DANCING SCHOOLat Turn Vcroin Hall
Thursday Evening, Janaary 16, 1873,
-ud continue each TUESDAY and THURSDAY
Evenings.
rr Soirees on Saturday Evenings.
CJW T. J. CARROLL.
Carson, Jn. 14, 1873. !al5-tf
I. o.
O. F.
CARSON LCDGE, NO. 4, 1. 0. 0. F.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY
Evening at precisely T o'clock, at its hall,
corner of King and Division streets, Carson City,
Visiting Brethren, in good standing, are cor
dially invited to ttcndijGEjE y
A. V" aitz, Secretary. , . , declg-tf
DR. C. BILLINGS,
T 33 N T 1ST,
WW AS RETURNED AND RE.
a
sumes business at his old office
Jrill itiUlT-tjt I
Beaatitul and Perfectly FlttlnRTeeth.
for S20 and S5 per Set.
- ,.i..tHit stock of Dental Goods in
, I 1 unvn hj' .... r.
,m sure to vu an re-
I n.orb in m V 1
vow , ,
- 1- in tnir liiif.
An: nn ,lav tlTA nfdht.
gj ymca WAa j D
Second Block soath of the Mint,
CARSON CITY. NEVADA.
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SKATING RINK,
T MOORE & PARKER'S HALL,
Under Management of J. E. Ladd,
OPENED AS FOLLOWS
Tuesday and Saturday Evenings, 7 to 7.30 M.
for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Saturday Forenoons, 10 A. M. tall M.,for Boys.
Saturday Afternoons, i P. M. to 4 P.M., for
Ladies leaminB the nreliminarics.
Girls and Ladies learning the preliminaries.
dc21
TO
' ,i,teLraQonrtTAm
,.-.l t.ii..PioteayJfde,
"Hoitcs of Sur' corn'rherl;
To the following named defaadants and to all
o wnen of, oe claimants to. the real tytate, and
'ittiproVenniiis tUteoh'. ' er 'itnpftivemnits
. win nass('8MedrpMly.BMBaitr.'Scribad
known or unknowt : , , i
irot are' herebV ' notified
j. that soiU: have bk-en emnaaenced in the
Justice Court, Carson Township, Ormsby count
tv. State of Nevada, Vfom C,Xl Wither. 11, Jus
tice of the Peace, by the State of Nevada, plain
tiff against each of the defendants hereinafter
named and each of the following described
tracts or parcels of land Willi toe improvements
thereon and improvements wirn separately s
sensed and all owners ef or claimants to the
same known or unknown to rr cover the tax and
delinquency assessetl to said defendants against
said property for the fiscal jteat eoniUM nnny
the first day of January, A. D. WV'i. and endinr
the 31st day of Deeelntx r, A. D. 172 f ml that
a summons has been duly imta d in each rase.
And you are further notified that unless you ap
pear and answer the conipuia filed in said
cause on or before the .
. t
11th day of February A. D. 1373.
to-wit, at 10 o'clock a. at. ef said day
judgement will betaken against yoa aud the ri
al estate and improvements herein d-scrilxd
for the amount of tax and delinquency siK'citiid
and costs ot suit:
The tracts of land and improvements hereinaf
ter described being situate in Carsou Township,
Ormsby county. State of Nevada.
Henrv Bailey, the south east quarter of the
south west quarter of suction thirty-one. Town
ship fiftetn north, r.mge 20 east, containing
acres, taxes aud delinquency f I'l 'J.
W. M. Pnrcell, Lot No. 1 in BkKk No. 4' ill
MusKers division of Carson City with improve,
uients thereon; taxos and dclinqatncy 5 11
J. M. Huekett, the north halt vf Block 11
Piersou and Goodrich's divisioa of Carsou
City with two dwelling houses tttreon; taxca
and delinquency, tta R7X.
Mirths Irwin, Lots No.'s 3 and 6 in Block No.
CI in Sears. Thompson and Sears' division ot
Carson City; taxes and delinquency, f j 5fi.
Sarah Helling, lot No. 8 in blwk No. 44: also
lots No. 1. 2. 3. 4. in block No. 4, Sears Thomp
son and Sears division of Carsua City, tax and
delinquency, 20 97 .
James E. Wood, a tract of land containing 140
acres, bounded on the north by 8. A. Nivrrs
Homestead trai t of land: on th east by land of
U. P. Phillips; on the south bj Lake Bigler Toll
Road and on the west by land of P ii'UT V;ir.
tvn with improvements there on. Also the fal
lowing personal property furniture, wagon and
buggy, two horses, two cows, pigs and 8 tous of
grain ; tax and delinquency, JiCHt 3.
I. Tuly, the southeast quarter of southeast
quarter of section nineteen, township fifteen,
range twenty east, containing 40 atrvs and lime
kiln thereon ; tax aud delinquency, t 7a.
Thomas Eager, a framing mill with twenty
horse power and machinery, situated ou the
north side of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad,
about one-fourth of a mile east of the depot in
Carson city, on laud claimed by John A. Lovo
jov ; tax and delinquency, $244 75.
Grace Sturr, lots No. 7 and 8 in block No. 8,
in Curry's division of Carson city, with dwelling
bouse thereon ; tax and delinquency, 20 4li.
Benj.S. lines, east half of southwist quarter
and southeast quarter and southwest quarter of
northeast quarter and southeast quarter of
northwest quarter of section five in township
fifteen, range twenty east ; tax and delinquency,
$is;).
Jane Black. Lots No. 2 and 3 in Block 47 Snr,
Thompson and Sears division of Carson City ;
tax aud delinquency, S2 6.
Emma Smith, Lot No. 5 in Block No. 34 in
Sears, Thompson and Sears division of Carson
City, with dwelling house thereon : also the
the following personal property, to wit : furni
ture ; tax and delinquency, ti 45.
M. Levi, personal property, to wit : merchan
dise, dry goods, one wagon and two horses ; tax
and delinquency, $138 104.
J. Lefever, Lots No. 1, 2, and 3. and the west
00 feet of Lots 10, 11 and 12, in Block No. 12,
Vanwinkle and Proctor's Division of Carson City;
tax and delinquency ?7 67. ...
Estate of Samuel Witgenstine, deceased, Lots
Nos. 2, 3 and 4 in Block one: also, lots 1. 2 and
5, ill Block No. 2; also, Lot 30 feet fronting on
west side of Fall street commencing 51 feet north,
of King street HO feet deep iu Block No. 5, all in
Musser's division of Carson City; taxes and de
linquency, 25 67 Hi. . , , , ,
J. O. Eldridge, Lots Nos. 6, 7 and 8, in Block
No. 3 in Sears, Thompson and Sears' division
of Carson City; taxes and delinquency. $7 07.
George G. Lyou, Lot No. 6, in Block No. .10
Proclor and Oreeu division of Carson City with
dwelling houses thereon: also, the following
described personal property: Furniture and two
gold watches; taxes and delinquency, J4K (SB.
K. H. Vance, the west 24 feet of Lot No. 7, in
Block No. , in Sxars, Thompson and fears' di
vision of Carson City with building thcreou;
taxes and delinquency, f 20 40.
Thomas Wells, Lot No. 4. in Block No. S3, in
Sears, Thompsop aud Sears' division of Carson
Citv, with dwelling house thereon; taxes and
delinquency, f20 40.
Sutro Tunnel Company, personal property, to
it: Ninety thousand fet of timbers; taxes and
elinquency, 7 52, .
Estate of M. D Junkins. deceased: Lots No. 1
and 5, in Block No. 1 in Musser's divisi n of Car
s n City ; tax and delinquency, $1 11 k .
Ed. Sweeney & Co., 40 acres of timlHT land,
being the northeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section thirty-one. township fifteen
north, range nineteen east, with hol 1. bar- and
sawmill thereon, and known as "Swift's Station,
also the north half of the southwest quarter of
section thirty-three, township fiftetn north,
range twenty east; tax and delinquency, t2:H 9ti.
Alexander Import, the west 44 feet of Lots
and 9 in Block No. 27 in Sears, Thompson and
Sears Division of Carson City, with dwelling
house thereon, also Lot No. one in Block No-.
41, Proctor and Green's Division of Carson Citv,
with saloon, also Lot No. 4 in Block No. 41, in
Proctor and Green's Division of Carson City.wltl
wash bom- tbcrcou, also the following personal
property :' merchandise iu trade, three wagons,
and eleven horses ; tax and delinquency, $301. .
7Hi.
Robert Simpson, house and lot No. 10 In Crow
Town, in Empire Towuship, Ornishy county,
Nevada ; tax and delinquency, ti 84
Mr. Crow, honse and lot in Crow Town. In
Empire Township, Ormsby county, Nevada;
taxandatlinquency, 2 2h!.
WILLIAM I'ATTEHSON, ,
District Attorney,
Ormsbv County, State of Nevada.
January 10th, 1873. ; jali-td
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
0RNEB OF CARSON AND THIRD STREETS,
Carson City, Nevada.
GEORGE TUFLY, PROPRIETOR.
EVERY PAINS WILL RE TAKEN TO
sustain the reputation of this old established
public honse and to render it worthy of a con
tiuuance of the liberal putrou&g which it baa
hitherto enjoyed. ...
The Lodging Department, the TaUlo
,.. aad, the Bat;
Will be sustained in first-class style. jJP1)1
exertious are made to give to thu St. Charles
the character of a thoroughly desirablo and
commodious FAMILY HOTEL. ' 'A '
A fair share of transient and resident patron,
age is solicited. "
, jal-tf 1 QEOROE TCTLY. Proprietor. '
SIERRA SEMINARY
BOARD IXa
AUD ' 1
D A Y ' S C H O O L
... ; ... !. :l : '. -.. 1
The 21st semi-annual session conimcnoat , .
' Monday, Jan-ary .1MI";','1' '
For terms and particulars address t ,
H. K. CIJkPt,iWtpia,i i' .
js6-tf Carson City, Nevada.
Wm. Firrcawih oacretary. Jal4f
stages to and from Dayton. J"""

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