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I. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1877. NO. 87. VOL. 10. HOMING APPEAL. Published every morning (Mondays excepted), -ET ROBINSON & MIGHELS, ; MARSHALL BOB1NSOX. 11ENRV B. MIOHSLS- Publishers and Proprietors. i Dailv Vewsmtwr, devoted to Politics, Ueneral News, " " and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern front of the State Capito" Terms of Subscription: One copy, one year, by mail 00 I me copy, sii months, by mail One copy, three months, by mail C 50 4 00 Payments on subscription, invariably is auvaSCB. There will be no deviation from tins rule. Tim Appkai will be delivered to the citizens of Carson at Fifty Cents r week, payable weekly to the earner. Rates of Advertising: Kates of advertising can be ascertained on application at this office. - Wagons ! Wagons ! ,,RSO CITY STl'DEBAKEB WAUON J ' m-PixITiiHY Havi- received the agency for the sale of the celebrated itud.;baker Wagons, I am now receiving wagons from the aoove manufacfory especially adapted to tins SUtesthey were made from models and patterns sent to the manuiai. tory by me. 1 also have a fine lot oi FXPRESS AMD LIGHT SPRING WAGONS On hand Also, Farm and Road Wagons of my own make. T e above Waroiis I guarantee to sell as low as the same Jt of Va" can be purchased for in Sacramento City with the addition of freight from Sacramento to Carson. I have also on hand and lor sale ALL. SIZES OV CAST STEEL AXLES. Some verv fine Three and One-half Inch Cast Steel Axles for losing purges. Also, all kinds of Hard W ood Luni ber, Wgoii '.Material, Etc. Also, agent for the celebrated SARVEN PATENT WHEELS. Blacksmithing of all kinds, Carriage Repairing E te Etc neatly done. Horse shoeing a specialty. Hav.ng pur chased the right to the use of the celebrated GOOD'SXOLGn HORSE SHOES, (New style). I call the especial attention of horse farriers to the same. HAVING ESTABLISHED A PAINT SHOP, And employed a 6rst class Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painter, I invite especial attention to 'x, - Corner Third and Carson streets, opposite tho St. Charles Hotel, and corner of Telegraph and Plaza streets, oppose Kcvser & F.lrod s hay yard. Carson, May S, 1877. TO WATER CONSUMERS. mHF, CARSON WATER COMPANY J. hereby notify their customers that they Must Not I'se Water for Irrigation, Or for any other than house purposes, Without First Applying at the Company's Office. And making sjiecial arrangement. CARSON WATER COMPANY. Carson, March 20, 1S77. CENTRAL MARKET, CARSON jTJ STREET, East side. bet. Telegraph and Spear streets LOUIS MOHR & CO., PF0P3. fft ARK NOW PREPARED TO VVR- r nUh the best quality of m Meats, Head Cheese, Sausage, Tripe, And everything' in our line. Our wagon will call at the residence oi lanmies ami uenvei nimw.ci i. nn.l till ..r,l.r uill li TiniTiintlv we Keep a rawut " , r r, attendetl to uy toe .-..- - kinds of Sausages kept constantly on hand and made i to order. (je'i CARSON CITY BREWERY, King street, Carson City, JACOB IS. LB XIST PROPRIETOR. IHR VKhY REST ttVALITY OF LACE R BEER Made ou the Pacific Coast or anywhere. Orders promptly attended to. The saloon is constantly supplied with the finest brands of WINES, HQ,! ORS AND CIGARS. tW GIVE ME A CALL, jaiiltf JACOB KLEIN'. FAMILY RESTAURANT, CORNER OF Carson and Tejegraph streets, Carson City, RAVING FITTED VP named place, I am prepared to accommodate my customers and generally. D. KAISER. ORMSBY HOUSE, CORNER OF mscN AKD SECCN0 streets Carson City, Nersds PROPRIETOR. rilHI WELL-KNOWN HOTFL HAS BEEN I enlarged and reconstructed until in capacity and appearance it is unquestionably the BEST PUBLIC HOUSE IN BEVASA. Surpassing anything of the kind in this State; and the Spacious Dining- Ball, Magnificent Parlors and splendW Suits of Rooms, Combine to make it supply a t. Ion throughout tne siaie. i-o f i will be spared in the CULINARY DEPARTMENT, And nothing that the markets of the Pacific Coast afford will be omitted from the table. To forresnond with the general elegance of the House The Bar will be kept second to nothing in 3an Francisco; and the Bll lard Room will always be first class In Its appointments. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY Have an office in the House; and ail possio.e .a,.. will be afforded to Guests, Families and the Travelltitf Public. A SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED CEO. D. FRYER. janlm Proprietor. FOURTH OF JULY! RS. PINNICER. FASHIONABLE MIIiIilNEri, JAS A VERY LARGE STOCK OF LADIES AND CHILDREN'S TRiMMES HATS, Which she will sell at remarkably Low Prices. ..u ...;v,oa tr. Mosn out her business after the 4th of Julv this will afford an excellent opportunity to purchase anything in the Millinery line cheap for casn. Call and examine the goous. North Carson street. East Side, One block Soah of the Arllnff'on House. CARSON CITY. NEVADA. jel91m BERLINl AND ZEPHYR WOOL DEPOT. R. FRED. BROOKS, DEALER IN JOOKS, STATIONERY, Picture Frames. Sheet Music and Musical Instruments, Babies' Buggies, Toys, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols and Ammunition, AGENCY FOR Hallet Davis & Co.'s Pianos, Becker Bros. Grand Pianos, George Woods & Co.'s Parlor Organs, Wheeler it Wilson's Sewing Machines, and Howe's Sewing Machines. . We deliver to anv part of town the Daily Territorial Enterprise. Gold Hill" News, Virginia City Evening Chron icle, and all the California ana tastern newspapers, new rinlc 911(1 AfATCLZinPS. I., r in H tl 'I Zenhvr Wools. Embroidery Patterns, Canvas, Leaf Wax, Sewing Machine Needles, and every thing pertaining to Lames urnamentai iNeeuie worn. R. FRED. BROOKS. Rinekel's F're-proof Block, next door to Carson Theater Carson City, Nevada. RATH BONE'S EXCHANGE, (LateiRathbone & Winston's Exchange.) T H R BEST STOCKED AND BAR Most Commodious" earning Hall In Carson City. Uone but the choicest Wines, Liquors and Havana1 FRED RATH BONE, Proprietor. Carson, May 5, 1877. iHcCONNELL & CO., S TOO -AND- OSMEY BROKERS. Northeast corner of CARSON AND PROCTOR STREETS, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. MINING STOCKS Bought, Sold and Carried on Margins. novltf CAPITOL STORE, CORNER KINO AND ORMSBY STREETS, CARSON CITY, 1 HO ICE FAMILY t U U I r. i i e. Flour, Feed, Hams, Bacon, Butter, Lard, Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Choice Liquors, Pure Brandy Su Wines, Old Valley Whisky, Cigars cfc? Totaaoco HARDWARE, CROCKERY. PAINTS AND OILS. A FULL LINE OF HOUSEKKKl'ING GOODS Always on hand and delivered free of charge. jgT CALL AND SEE US.-l mvltf RKINHTEIN GIBSON. L. MORRIS & CO. ARE CL03INC OUT rw TH EIR ENTIRE! FA1A. AND WINTER STOCK OK DRY aOODS GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. an9tf MORTON HOUSE, North Carson street, Between Telegraph and Siear streets, Carson City. HAVING A LEASE OF THE BRICK building known as the Rinckel property, I propose to carry on the business of Hotel and Restaurant on the European style Parties desiring suits or single rooms, with or withou board, can have the same by applying. The House wi be opened on Saturdav evening, the 2Sth. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. JAMES HUNT, Proprietor Carson City, April 28, 1S77. m GREAT EXCITEMENT! R E A T CROWDS OF PEOPLE CON. X stantly rushing to the large Clothing Store of KOPPEL & PLATT, Corner of Carson and Third Streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, CARSON CITY NEVADA. To view and purchase of their magnificent stock of Spring and Summer Goods, CONSISTING or Men's, Youths" and Boys' Clothing. Of all the latest stvles, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Shirts "Collars, Etc.. Etc. octltf CARSON CITY Wood and Coal Yard, Telegraph street, next the Virginia and Trochee Railroad, CARSON CITY, NEVADA, A, CUTTS & C3.- PROPRIETORS DEALERS IN WOOD, COAL, LATH, LIME, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER. A. CUTTS, Sole Manager. Carson, April 14, 1877. CARSON CITY SAYINGS BANK, Corner of Carson and. Proctor street. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. TRUSTEES I GEORGE TUFLY, F. D. STADTMULLER, GEORGE T. DAVIS, L. A. HERRICK, RICHARD KIRMAN i JACOB KLEIN, GEORGE B. HILL, JOHN O. FOX, A. W. PRAY. FINANCE COMMITTEE: RlCHAJU) KlBMAlf, F. D. StADTHtXLWt, CSORQ TLTLT. THIS BANK WILL RECEIVE SAVINGS Deposits in sums as low as One Dollar, and issue Pass Books for the same. Will issue Time and Call Certificates of Deposit, and receive Commercial Deposits on open account, subject to check or draft on demand. Will pay interest on Time Certificates and Savings De posits. Buy and sell exchange on New York, Canada and San Francisco. Currency and Bullion bought and sold. Make collections, loan money, and discount commer cial paper. AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES: French Corporation, and Commercial Cnlon of London. GEORGE TCFLY, President. Richard Kirmax, Vice President. Gkoroi B. Hill, Cashier. novlS STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD. The Carson City Savings Bank, from and after April 9th, will buy and sell mining stocks. Libera margins will be allowed on approved stocks. San Francisco correspondent, I. Glazier & Co. April 7, 1877. Georgr B. Hill Cashier. RICE & PETERS, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS CARSON CITY, NEVADA. AGENTS FOR Liverpool and London and Globe t Imperial and Queen t North British and Mercantile; Firemen's Fund and Gtna. d. D. KERSEY, Solicitor. Carson City, February 1, 1877. PACIFIC ICE COMPANY, J. M. BENTON, AGENT, AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH 3F XT 33 I O Daily, in quantities to suit any one, at Low Prices, at tneir residences. The Ice that I furnish im taken from ths Carson River, formed of Pure, Soft, running water, and not from any stagnant pond or un healthy location. Orders left at my Livery Stable, on Carson street, will be promptly attended to. J. OI. DL.T1U.1, jel3tf Agent Pacific Ice Company T, IVANOOVIOEC, DEALER IN Groceries, Eggs, Oranges, Lemons, Fresh mill urieu rrsii, Pineapples, Cherries. Cocoanuts, Figs, Vegetables, RananasJ Grapes, Confectionery, Nuts, Fresh Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc Etc Etc PLACE OF BUSINESS: No. 3, South Carson street, opposite tha Capitol, (Larson -ciiy. rv. mv6tf J. IVANCOVICH GEORGE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES. CONFECTIONS, ETC mHR UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND JL and is dally receiving tne Choicest Fruits, Freshest Vegetable. Best of Confections. Choice Havana Cigars, P ultry. Ranch Eggs, Etc. N B. Orders promptly filled and delivered as per rectioas. GEORGE PERASICH. Carson street next to Theater Saloon. ESTATE OF WIRT HOPKINS. DECEASED. -aTOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE undersigned, administratrix of the above named es tate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the neces sary vouchers, within ten months from the first publica- - . . i . 11' ur-DBnn ,. 1 1 anth.ir- tlOn OI miS IlOtlUC, W ..alien ..aravu, my log."; ized attorney, at his omce, v asson s iuock. parson tny. REBECCA A. HOPKINS, Administratrix. Carson City, June 20th, 1877. lawtw J. W. FOX, M. D., IHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE: Waitz's Building, corner of.KiiuTi.d Curry streets. Carson City, Nevada. Office Hours : Ftoui112 m. toS P. n Janl4 CHANGE OF TIME. JOINT TIME TABLE. yiflOINIA AND TRUCKS Am CENTRAL PACIFIC. bxprbss rso SAX FftANCUCO. ixriBss rtoN TIBGIKU CITT. joint ma tasli. ArriT8..10.45 A. ...Virginia ... ...Gold Hill... .Mound House., Lear... 0 00 P. a. 10.S4 a. 10.00 A. 0.11 0.46 Arrive.. 7,20 Depart . 7.35 8.27 9.00 11.10 0.30 9.10 P.H. p. a. Depart. 1.15) .Carson. Arrive. 8.00 f 8.08 a. 7.35 a. 6.00 a. 9.15 r. e.io p. 4.00 P. ..Steamboat ... Reno ....Truckee .... ..Sacramento ., Vallejo .Ban Francisco., P. k. r. m. r. tt a. A. M A. U Leave. Arrive.. 11.10 San Francisco time on the C. P. K R.J Carson time o the V. 4 T. R. R. . . . . Dinner on the boat from San Francisco, and Bresuast at Reno, going East. Breakfast on tne Doat from v aneio, going it em. SLEEPING CAR daily between Carson and Vallejo. H. M. YERINGTON, General Superintendent V. ft T. R. R. A. M. TOWNT5, agltf General Superintendent C. P. R. R. GEORGE W. KITZMEYER HAS JUST RECEIVED LA ROB STOCK OF TH LATEST L styles el Walnut Chamber 8ult, Beautiful Parlor Suits, Elegant Sideboard. Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tables of all Kinds. Hlnu4 tmm Eastern manufas- .IWiO ft r'r.r at. i.uu ' - - .. . . , , tones, made of solid walnut, and hsve the most desirable ... i i . , .. ; . .J ou niusn. 1 nave aiso on nana a largo aiini. o Camp Chain. Parler, Offlce, Dialaff and Kitchen Chain, Loana-es, Spring Beds. Mattresses, and Pillows. decStf GEORGE W. KlTZMETKR JOHN G. FOX'S IMPORITM OF Literature, Art and Bijouterie HIS SELECTION OF BOOHS, WMiia is constantly being inereased by receipts from ths East, embraces Standard Works, Poetry, Illus trated Gift Books and Chil dren's Books, Music In Sheets and Books. And all sorts of Musical Instruments, including Steinway's Pianos, For which Mr. Fox Is the Agent. Also, at) xteojWs selection of Fine! Watches, French Clocks, Jewelry and Silver Ware, Cold, Silver and Precious Stones, Staple and Fancy Stationery. AGENT FOR Lazarus Oi MarrU'e celebrated perfected Spectacle and Ky Glasses. Tots, Guns, Pistols, Fishliur Tackle, Ammunition, and a very choice lot of Shell Goods too numerous to specify, all AT PRICES TO SUIT THE HARD TIKES. KT CALL AND EXAMINE. " jnnN o. FOX. Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City, Nevada. jam urn 3D WATE1R. lAROE SPRINGS, CLEAR WATER, and CLEAN PIPES. I AM PRKPARKll TO FURNISH GOOD, PURE WATER, And plenty of it, at reasonable rates. Families, Restau rant and hotels furnished on the most advauUffeoua terms. Teat tha Matter for Yea reel-re. E. D. SWEENEY. Carson, May 7, 1S70. A Stitch in Time! Don't Throw Away Your Old Clothes ! THO MAR MILLARD, THR MOST skillful Clothes Cleaner in this State, ha resumed business in his old stand, ou CaraoB Street, next t ;BU'l Star. jWWork Jon Quickly and Cheap. Canon, May 22, 13771 Carson, July 55, 1875.