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SEEDS, NEW SEEDS.
STATE PRISON
MORNING APPEAL.
JOB PRINTING !
COP.NER CARSON AXD THIRD STREETS,
BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE,
WEDNESDAY tY 11. 177
Steam Cabinet Shop.
MAISH & TURNER,
Coiatr of Oriusby and Second street ir
(tie Urmib- Mouse,
Carson City Nevada
'E WOVLD (ALL THE ATTKXTIOS
. , . vi .uL-im anil nil other Wood-
workers to the fact that we can work both Soft ana Hard
Wood Lumber to any desired shape. Ede tools ground
and sharpened in the "best manner. We also
Surface Lumber, make Tongued and
Grooved Floortnjf, Uoaded Cellliif.
Parties will do well to Rive uh a call, as we are prepared
to do good w ork at reasonable rates.
Furniture Repairing Mood Turning and
Mrroll Sawing, Fence Pout and
Pickets made plain or
turned or fancy. msv7tf
IT THK DISTRICT t'Ol'RT, SMOND Ju
dicial District, in and for Onnsby County, Stale of Ne
vada. In the matter of the estate and jruardianship of Charles
F. Smith, Clara Smith, Alice Smith, Edgar Smith and Eni
lua Smith, minors.
It appearing to this Court from the petition this day
presented and filed hv W. H. Smith, the puanlian of the
persons and estates of Charles F. Smith, Clara .Smith, Alice
Smith and Emma Smith, minors, prayine for an order of
sale of certain real estate belcmpinsr to his wards, that it is
necessary, and would lie beneficial to said wards that such
real estate should be sold: it is hereby ordered that the
next of kin of the said wards, and all persons interestei in
the said estate, appear before this Court on MONDAY,
THE Sd DAY OK JULY. A. D. 177, at ten o'clock A. M.,
at the Court-room of this Court, in the County oi Ormsby,
then and there to show cause why an order should not be
granted for the sale of such real estate.
And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be
published at le-ist lour successive weeks before the said
day of hearing in the Morning Appeal, a newspaper print
ed and published in said countv of Ormsby. Dated June
23d, ls77. S- H. WKIC.1IT,
District Judje.
Stats ok Xkvapa, County of Ormshy, SS.- I, Alfred
Helm, Countv Clerk, and ex ollieio Clerk of the Second Ju
dicial District Court in and for said County and State, do
hereby certify that the foreeoing is a full and correct eopy
of ihe original order of said Court, in the matter above
slated, as the same appears on file and of record in my
office.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
I . c ) nana and tne seal oi sum e.oun mis inL-iut-umu
- " ' ' ALFKEI) HELM, Clerk.
IN THK DISTRICT COIRT OK THE
United States for the District of Nevada.
In re V. A. Mullcr and V. C. Weber, bankrupt. In bjnk
ruptcy. Notice is herebv given to the creditors of said bankrupts,
and to all parties interested, that TUESDAY, THE 12th
DAY OK JUNE, 1S77, 10 o'clock a. m., and the Courtroom
of said Court, in Carson City, District aforesaid, have been
appointed as the time and place when said Court will, on
hearing, inquire whether the resolution passed by the cred
itors of said bankrupts on the 3oth day of May, 177, ac
cepting the proposal of composition made by said bank
rupts, was passed as required by law, and whether the
same is for the best interest of ail concerned ; when and
where all parties interested may appear and be heard in
that behalf.
Witness the Hon. E. W. Hilltbr, .Tudire of said District
Court, and the seal thereof hereto affixed, at Carson City,
District of Nevada, this tlh day of June, 1877.
fsKAL. T. J. EDWAKDS, Clerk.
NOTICE TO LIENHOLDERS.
TaTtWIPE m HKKKBV GIVEN TO Al.I,
persons holding liens against the property of Jacob
K Winnie, described as follows, to wit: Lots numbered
tight and nine in block number fifty -eight of Proctor A
Omen' division of Carson Citv. Nevada, that the under
signed has eoiumencl an action in the justice's Court of
Carson Township, Ormsby County, Nevada, before C. A.
Wilherell, Justice of the Peace, to foreclose a mechanic's
lieu held against said property, and all persons nolding
liens on said premises under and by virtue of an Act of the
Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled "'An Act to
Secure liens lo Uieniaiim aim uincia, mio .vr p".
other Acts in relation thereto, approved March 2, IS. 7
are herebv notified to be and appear before said Court, on
the 9th DAY OK JULY, A. D. Is77, at 10 o'clock a. M. of
anid dav. and to exhibit tlien and there the proof of thcir
liens. DUNN1NU & HUNT,
By Harris & Cof fin, their attorneys.
Carson, Nevada, June lt, 1&77. lawisw
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
N PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF THE DISTRICT
I Court of the United States Mr the Uistnet 01 Nevada,
made and entered on the lirth day of May, 1377, 1 hereby
give notice that 1 will sell at public auction, in one parcel,
free Irom all lneumoranees, on
MONDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF JUNE, 1S77
In front of the property, the following pieces of land in
Carson City, Onnsby County, State of Nevada, to wit:
Those certain pieces of land called and known as and
being: Whole of Low Four, Five and Eight, and the
northern four and a half (41) feet of Lot Nine, all in Block
Thirty -live (3o) of Scars, Thompson and Sear's Division of
said Carson City, w ith the Store, counters, shelving and
other fixtures in'the buildings thereupon. Said property
forming part of the estate of A. B. DKIKSHAC11, Bank
rupt, in Bankruptcy. ISRAEL CRAWFORD,
Assignee.
Carson Citv. Nevada. May 19. 1377. lawSw
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rpHK COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
X existing between tne unuersigneu, oy name oi jioreei
& Ambrosetti, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The firm of Ambrosetti & Co., composed of Frank Ambro
setti and Guiseppi Moresi, succeeds to the business, are
entitled to collect all dues and will pav all bills.
D. MOKESI,
F. AMBROSETTI
G. MORESI
Carson Cily, Nevada, May 11, 1877. lw
VfEVADA SULPHUR COMPANY.- Lota.
tion of principal place of business, Carson City,
Onnsby county, Nevada. Location of works, Ormsby
county, Nevada. Notice is herebv given that at a meeting
uf the Board of Trustees, held on the Second day of March,
A. D. 1877, an assessment (No. 2) of Four (4) Dollars per
sbare was levied upon the capital stock of the company,
payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the
Secretary of the company in Carson City, Nevada. Any
stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid ou
the 18th day of June, A. D. 1S77, will be delinquent, and
advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment
is made before, will be sold on the lSth day of July, 1877,
to pay the delinquent assessment together with costs of
advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board
of Trustees. THOMAS L. SMITH, Secretory.
Carson City May 19, 1S77.
IN DISTRICT COURT, SECOND Jl'DIfML
District, State of Nevada, County of Onnsby. In tbe
matter of the estate of William Patterson, deceased.
Upon reading and filing the petition of Alexander Leport,
In the above entitled matter, praying that a decree b made
authorizing and directing the executor of tbe last will Sid
testament of said deceased to convey to the said Alexander
Leport certain real estate, to wit : Lots seven (7) and ten
(10) in block forty-eight (48) of Sears, Thompson A Sears'
division of Carson City, Nevada, and that a day of a regu
lar term of said Court be appointed for the bearing of said
petition, and that due and legal. notice of the peodency of
said petition and of the hearing thereof be given accord
ing to law, and it appearing therefrom that a proper cause
therefor exists, it is hereby ordered that hATCRDAY,
JULY 7th, 1877, a day of a regular term, to. wit: of the
June, A. D. 1877, term of this Court, at the Court-room
of this Court , in Canon City, at 10 a. M. of said dav.be
appointed as the time and place of the hearing of; said pe.
tiuon; when and where all persons interested in aaid es
tate may appear in the manner prescribed by law and con
test said petition, and 'that a copy of this -order be pub
lished at least once a week for four lucceasire weeks before
aid bearing in the Morsins Affixo, a newspaper pub
' lished in Ormsby county, Nevada. ".'
f U. H. WEIGHT,
District Judge Second Judicial District.
Carson City, Ner., June 15lb,aa77.. Jelow
rnu MOBXise appeal
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Is one of the largest and most complete in the State
THS EaPECLU. aTTESTICS -OF
MERCHANT,
MI.V1XU COMPANIES
AND BROKERS
Is called to Uie fact that Job Priutin;,' of every description
is done at this otflce at reasonable rates.
ALL KINDS BLANK WORK
Furnished to order at low- rates.
Ball and
Wedding Cards,
BUI Heads,
Letter Heads.
Business Cards,
CIRCULARS AND HANDBILLS,
Done at short uatice.
GIVE US A CALL.
ROBINSON it MIOHKL9,
Appasl Jab Frl&tlBff Cfflco,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
17LFGANT PRIVATK CAR
i riages and Buggies and spirited
Tennis can always be obtained.
Particular attention paid to livery horses
Attendant on hand Day and Night.
HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK ON
REASONABLE TERMS.
J. M. BENTON, Proprietor.
Carson, January 20, 1376.
MOVAL !
MRS. I II. ALLRN HAS REMOVED
from hr late place of business, on North Carson
street, to the next door North of the place of business
of the Oleovieh bros., on Souih Carson street, where she
will carry on
Fashionable Dressmaking,
Garments Cut and Basted In the Most
finished Manner.
Patterns cut to order. New Fashions direct from Paris
every month Jmuu
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
rsiHE rNDKRMGNKD GIVES NOTICE OF
I his aoDointmtnt as Assitmee of A. B. Driesbach and
M. D. Hatch (Driesbach i Hatch), of Carson City, in the
countv of UrmsDv, ana state oi ievaoa; wiiniu me im
tri? tJf Nevada, who have been adjudged bankrupts, upon
Uietr own petition, by the District uourt oi saia insmci.
ISRAEL CRAWFORD, Assignee.
Carson City, Nevada, April 23, 1877. lawSw
NOTICE.
fliHK UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
I notice that he has DurchaJed the stock of Jewelry,
Watches, etc., also the fixtures and outstanding accounts
of Mr. C. W. Friend. The business will be continued by
Ma. A. Htritschcl as my agent, who alone is authorised to
collect the indebtedness. JOSfcKU iiaulu.
Carson City, May '21, 1S77.
The undersigned herebv trives notice that he has pur
ohased the st.x k of Cigars, Tobacco and Notions of Mr. C.
W. Friend. The business will be continued by Mr. A.
Hentschel as mv agent. M. WERTHEIMER.
Carson City, May 21, 1S77. my22m
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
riinrc co-ps rtnkrship heretofore
JL existing under the firm name of Wajjner li Klein is
this day dissolved by mutual con'sent, John Wagner retir
ing. The business will be conducted in future by Jacob
Klein, who is alone authorized to collect all claims and
accounts of the late firm, and who will pay all outstanding
bills of the firm. jacoij KLr.lx.
JOHN WAGNER.
Carson City, May S, 1S77. lm
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is herebv given that the
partnership heretofore exiiftin between the under
signed, under the name of Pixley A McConnell, stock Bro
kers, at Carson Citv, State of Nevada, is this day dissolved
bv mutual consent," and the interest of It. F. Iixley therein
has this dav been sold to McConnell i Co. The business
of the old firm will be continued at the old place by the
new firm of McConnell Co., and all debu to and from
s2id firm are to be puid to and by said McConnell i Co.
R. F. PIXLEY,
SAAC McCONNELL.
Carson Citv, Nevada, Juue 13, 1377.
ORDINANCE NO. 4V
An Ordinance to Abolish Opium-smoking Dens.
The Board of Trustees of Carson City do ordain:
Section 1. No person or persons shall, within the limits
of Carson City, keep or maintain, or become an inmate of,
or visit or contribute to, the supjiort of any place, house
or room, where persons frequent, or assemble, for the pur
pose of smoking opium, and all such places, houses or
rooms, are hereby declared to be nuisances.
Section 2. Any person who shall violate any of the pro
visions of Section 1 of this ordinance, shall, on conviction
thereof, be punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred
dollars, or imprisonment not more than fifty days, or by
boib such nne and imprisonment, in the discretion of the
Court. D. A. BENDER, president Pro tern
Attest: Alfred Hklm, Cleik.
Carson City, June 12, 1577.
ORDINANCE NO. 46.
An Ordinance in relation to Ihe otfice of City Assessor
of Carson City, the duties and compensation ol said
office r.
The Board of Trustees of Carson City do ordain:
Suction 1. The City Assessor of Carson City shall annu
ally assess all taxable property of the inhabitants of said
city, situate and being in said city, fur city taxation, at
the a-ane time and in the same manner he assesses fcaid
property for suite and county taxation, lie shall riot
make a' separate Assessment Roll of such assessment, but
shall place and extend the same ujjon the Assessment Roll
made fr State and county taxation by him.
Sac-nos 2. The City Assi-ssor of said tity shall receive
an annual sahiry of one hundred dollars, in United States
gold coin, which shall be in full for all services rendered
by him to said city as such officer.
Sicticn 3. All Ordinances heretofore adopted, so far
only as they conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance,
are hereby re waled.
Approved. JAS. A. ST. CLAIU,
Carson City, June 11, 1S77. President pro tern.
Attest: Alkkku Hklm, Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 47.
An Ordinance to abate the Nuisance of Dogs running at
larije.
The Board of Trustees of Carson City do ordain :
Section 1. Any person keeping a dog or dogs within the
limits of Carson City Shall procure from the City Marshal
a tag for each dog lor which, he or she shall pay a yearly
license as follows: For each male dog the sum oi twi
dollars, and for each female dog the sum of three dollars
and shall be entitled to a receipt therefor.
Section 2. It shall be the duty of the City Clerk to pro
cure at the expense of the City and deliver to the City
Marshal such number of suitable tags as may be required,
taking his receipt therefor. Said tags shall he disposed of
bv said City Marshal in the manner hereinafter provided,
lie shall make out and submit to the Board of Trustees at
least once in each quarter year, and at any time when
said Board may require it, a verified statement of his re
ceipts from the sale of dog tags, showing the amount n!
out and retained by him lor lees, as ne-'t ni p-..aea,
and the amount paid into tne T"-osurv
Section 3. It shall be the C ' .- iie City Marshal and
of every poUcenar ' -to custody any dog or dogs
running i - ,.itnin the city not provided with and
w'- .jj, wags a herein provided, and to place such dog or
dogs in tha city pound, and when so impounded tney
shall be kept securely for forty-eight hours, and if not
claimed and redeemed "before the expiration of such time
they shall be killed and buried by the officer impounding
them.
Section 4. For each tag sold by the City Marshal he
shall be entitled to a fee of ten per cent; for killing and
burying each impounded dog he shall receive the stun of
one dollar. The fees herein provided for shall be retained
and paid out of the money derived from the sale of dog
tags bv the City Marshal.
Section 5. Anv person wishing to redeem a dog that has
been impounded snail pay to the City Marshal the sura of
three dollars if a male dog and the sum of five dollars if a
female dog, for a tag, or produce a receipt showing that a
license on said dog has been paid within the year, in
which case the cost of another tag shall be but one dollar.
Section 6 Any person or persons who shall be guilty of
counterfeiting the tags herein provided for with intent to
defraud the City, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction iheroof shall be punished by a fine not ex
ceeding fifty dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding
twenty-five" days, or by both such fine and imprisonment ;
and any person or persons keeping any dog or does within
the limits of Carson City for a period of sixty davs after
the first dav of June, A. D. 1877, or for the period of sixty
days after the first dav of April of any year after the year
A. D. 1877, without procuring a tag for such dog and pay
ing the license therefor as is herein before provided, shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof
shall be punished by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars, or
by imprisonment for a term not exceeding twenty-five
davs, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Section 7. Ordinance No. 3, entitled "an Ordinance to
abate tbe nuisance of dogs running at large, adopted
March 25, 1875, is hereby repealed.
Approved: D. A. BENDER, President, Pro Tem.
Attea: ALnno Helm, Clerk.
Canon City, June 12, 1877
WARRANTED
FRESH AND GENUINE.
O. P. WILLIS,
DRUGGIST,
CORNER CARSON AND KINO STREETS,
HAS Jl'ST RECEIVED A
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSOHTMHNT
OF-
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
ALSO A SUPERIOR LOT OF
TlfWOTHY,
RED TOP,
BLUE CRASS.
WHITE and
RED CLOVER,
TOP ONIONS,
ETC ETC ETC.,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT AND AT LOW PRICES.
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY
Promptly Xlllod.
O. P. WILLIS.
Carson, March 4, 1877-
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL
AND
ttWIMMINC BATHS!
Adjoining .'the Nevada State prison, near
Carson City.
THK rXDKRSIGNED HAVING LKAKD
the above named favorite resort, has thoroughly re
paired aad renevated the Hotel and Baths, and respect
fully solicits a fair share of public patronage.
The Warm Swimming Baths will be kept In
Guud Order and Scrupulously Clean !
Lkk-tpxiit Breakfasts, Luncheons and Dinners served at
All Reasonable Honrs, on Short Notk-o !
Fare from any part of Carson to the p
Springs and' back, including bath. . ) J W l&e
J. G. McCLINTON, Proprietor
April 6, 1877.
N O TJC E .
fris;bie's restaurant.
HAVIVO PIUCUASKD
the above nttmcd
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER SALOON,
I hereby give notice to the public generally I will have the
Very Best the Market Affords.
In fact, everything: to be fonnd in a first class restaurant
I will superintend in person, and see that all my customers
receive proper attention. t3T OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
U. is. U1LLAHU, rropneior.
Carson, April 5, 1877.
PACK MULES FOR SALE.
At It o'clock 91., MAY 10th. liJT.
I will sell by public auction, in front of the County Build-
imrs, Carson City, Nevada,
FIVE (3) PACK MILES, with tlietr parking-
apparatus, and 0'K MAItC.
TERMS : Cash, in gold coin. -
April 29, 1S77. D. MORESI.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
THE ANXCALMKKTING OP TH ftTOCK
holders of the Virginia and Truokee Railroad Oompuiy
will be held at the office of the Company, in Vlrtjlnia City,
Nevada, on
Tuesday, the itli dsty ot Maty, 18TT, t 1
o'clock; 91.
ap20td W M THORNTON, Secretary'
NOTICE.
BIDS FOB THK CONSTRUCTION OP AN
Addition to the State Orphan Home will be received
until MAY 26th, 1877. Plans aad specifications can be
teen by calling- upon the Superintendent at the Howe.
Address S. P. KELLY,
Secretary Board of Directors.
Carson City, Maj 19, 1877.
BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY.
VtslPKttlUK AltTICLK OK llUAVi
BOOTS A XL) SHOES
or sale at tLe
State's Prison, Carson, Nevada.
The attention of the trade is Scially invited to the
above foods. Orders promptly execuced.
noStf
C. C. BATTERA1 AN, Ward..
NOTICE.
WE. THK l DKRUiNKl) TITIZKNS Of
Reno, Nevada, bavins us--d the celebrated B. r.
Brumrner's Insect and V.ru.iu Destroyer, procured ol A.
II. BARNES, at Keno, do c!it.noliy recon-metid tbe sume
us Unrig a spc-dy, sail- and reliable remedy tor the rnoal
of BfcD BIOS. e look upv.u it as a Oodsehd W r
county. It ha given us entire satisfaction, and w d.cr
fullv subscribe to the above. D not wuiit our luvutf
back. L St. .y oimu:.
J. S. Tollee,
V fV Hammersmith.
J. D. Pollard (Hotel;,
1.. V uiwrmaiitcl, do.
i' V Md-luore. P.. LceUrr.
il.'.
0. W. Aver, A. C. Anderioli, dj
W. H. Troadwav. Dr. bawsoti,
A. k. Leepcr, ' K. Hvtnors,
Wm. Vouns, ) Den. Khcff H. Pl.iliips,
1. Chamberlain t t or Co. Juil.
Keno, May 177. lm
SHKRIJ-P'S SALt.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE AND ORDER OF SALS
issued out oi and under the ml of tbe Un. KeovdJ
Judicial District Court In and for the County ol Oriuiby,
State of Nevada, on a JudTUtnt obtidnnl tliereiu on tlie
31st day of March, A. D. Ia77, and atu-sttd on liie iih o
of April, A. D. 1S77, in favor of James Ooan and A.nxiui
John F. Evrr.c, Susun E. Byrne, !. Reinstein, E. 1 . Gib
son, and illiam it. Musarove Executor oi the lasi Ji
and testament of William Patisrson deceased, for Uie iuo
of lour hundred and twenty-six dollars principal and in
terest thereon to date of Judgment in Uie sum ol ine
hundred filtv-nine dollars and sixty cents, and in tbe Sum
of stxty-two'dollars and sixteen cents for taxes f"r the B.-
cal year 137o paid by plaintiff and in the sum ol oue dol
lar sixty-five cents tlie iiit.-rest accrued to dale ou UH
above-named prili.Hpa! iuin and interest from date until
paid at the rate of i per cent per month ou b-jih of lbs
above-named sums; aiso onmse! l-. in the sum U
sixty-four dollars and ninety-ihrve ceiiu, and original c-
in tile sum of forty-four dollars, ull in the tfold coin of the
luitcd States:
Second -In favor of S. fleinst. iii and E. V. Gibson, and
ssraiust John K B me and sutsui E Byrne for the suni of
four hundred and" Hueeii dollars and sixty-two cents prin
cipal debt, and the sum oi liity seveii dollars and siviy
cents interest thereon to date, ami inti-rtst on -aid priu
cipal sum irom dfitc oi Judgment until paid at the rale of
IS, per cent per iim nt h, and counsel fe.- in the Sum of
Seventy dollars and ninety eiirlit c uts, and eoU ot suit in
the sum of eleven dollars -ail in pold coin oi the I mu d
sJiHtes ;
Third In favor of Win. R. Musirrove. a executor ol
of the last will and testament of William Patteiiwu, dej
erased, against John F. Bjnie and Susan E. Brno, lor the
principal sum of ii.ur hundred and eighteen dollaiu snd
fifty cents, and the sum of fifty -one dollars and sixty cxnts
interest th reon accrued tj this date, snd intenst on Said
principal sum fr.nn dat ol said judgment till jiJ at Uie
rate of 2 er o:iit, per uiouih, and counsel fee u. Ihe sum
of forty seven dollars, and osts of suit in the um of
eleven dollars, totelher vvilh all costs whirti may aoerue by
reason of ailvertisins, commission, etc., and Clerk's accrued
c..sts on all ot the above in the sum ofeiht dollars a.d
sixty cents, all in Rold coin of the United MaUst; to uie di-re-cted,
coiumandiiix me to sell acordiiijf U. la urrUin
real jiropcrtv set out in said decree and older of sale, to
satisfy the above demands; and in pursuance tliervio, I
have "lev ied upiu and will ex)OKd at public auction, in
front oi the C.jint U.iuse door ill Cars..n Citv, Urutsby
Countv, State of Nevada, on MONDAY, IDE 'IlilK'f ILTII
llY OF Ai'KIL, A. D. 1S77, between the Incurs ol W a. m.
and ii p. m., to wit: atone o'disk p. In., all the rijilit,
title, iuuresl and ciaim ol the defendant, John F. fcvine
and Susan E. Bvnie; of, in and t the f.illowintf described
luortfatred rvuf property to wit: The north hail (tol
block No. thirty one (.11) in Sears, Thompson, and sears'
division of Cirsn City, in Onnsby County, Nevada, to
vjetht-r with ail and singular the tenements, hereditaiueiiU
and aipurtetinces tiu-reto belonging- or in any wise ap
I"""- s. T. SWIFT, Sheriff
Carson City, April 7, 1S77.
The above Sale is herebv postlioned until SATURDAY,
THE NINETEENTH DAi OF MAY, A. D. K7, at same
hour and place, bv request of Plaintiffs aud lH-fendants.
s. T. SWIFT, Sheriff.
Carson City, April 30, ls.7. u,yl
Tlie above fsle is htVcbt pooipoiied until THL U.SDAY,
the 31st dav of MAY, A. D. K7, at same hour and pl.,
and bv request 01 pUintitts and defendants.
S. T. SW I FT, Sheriff
Carson City, -May l!th lii7.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIRTl'E OF A ItECKEE ASD OK
der of Sale issued out of and under Uie Seal of the
Honorable Second Judicial District Court in and for the
Countv of Ormsbv, State of Nevada, on a judgment ob
tained" therein on the 13th day of April, A. D. U77, d
attested on the -0th day of April, A. It. Is. 7, i( favor ul
Nevada Sulphur Cumuanv, a corporation, plajnlirts, and
L'ainst A. II. Pepin and M. Basselte, defei.JaiiU, for the
sumofil.Soo priueisd, and inunsit thereon at tfie rate
of H per cent, per mouth from the Otli day of July, A. D
1S76 until paid, and aocrueJ costs in the sum of 4 W,
and counsel fee in the sum of tsi 6i, and clerk's aouruin
costs in the amount of ik. 1J, and all costs which may ac
crue by reason of advertising sale. Sheriff's acoruliijf oo-ts,
etc ail in Hold coin oi the L nitvd Siatsj, and tome di
rected, conunandiiii; uie to Sell according to law cerUin
mortSK'ed property set out in said Decree and Order of
Sale aud In pursuai'n-e thereto, 1 have levied up.n and will
expose at public auuion, in front .rf the Court House door
In Carson Citv, Oriusbv county. Stale of Nevada, on the
18th DAY OF" MAY, A. D. 1s77, between the hours of s
M. and 5 P. M., to wit: at I o'clock r. all the riifht,
title Interest or claim of the defendants, Pepin and Bas
sette, of, in and to the following described property, wil:
All that certain tract of land situated in the county of
Ormsbv, Statu of Nevada, claimed and occupied by said A.
H Pepin and M I'.assetle as a mill site, commencing si a
stake marked No. 1, at the mouth of tlie "Itaseette Tun
nel " and runnin? thence south 170 feet to a stake niai-kr.l
No'?' thenre east 2:0 feet to stake marked No. 3; thsn.-e
runniii? north 170 feet V stake marked No. 4, thcuce run
ninif west 2D0 feet to the place of beiflunine, with the lm
provements there-in. The said land is situated iu the
southeast portion of the northeast quarter (j j of Sw iiu
No 3 In Township No. 15 north of rauk'e No. 18 east. Ml.
Diablo meridian according to the United States surrevs.
fc. T. SWUT, Shei .ll.
Carson City, April 5fl, 1S77.
T. W. W. Daviks, Plaintiff's Attorney.
IN JI NTIt'K'S OI'KT, AKMX TOM -ship,
Ormsby County, State of Nevada, be-f re C A.
Witherell, Justfce of Poae'e. .
D H. Lentx and P. A. Waifner, plaintiffs, vs. David A.
Smaill and Rachel E. Smaill, his wife, defendants.
Notice is herebv fj-iven to all persons holding or clalmluir
liens on that of rtain piece of Ixnd, with the buildup anj
dwelling thereon, in Carson Citv, ormsby county ,
Nevada called and known as bcintf the west half of 1.4
number nine (9) and Uie w est half of lot number ten (10)
in block number eleven 11) of Curry's Dlvisiou of said
f arson Citv same brink' and formliiK one onmvsct pi. of
land under the Constitution of the State of Nevada and
under the provisions of the Act of the Utfslature of said
State entitled "An Act to secure liens to mechanics and
others- and to repeal all other Acts in relation thereto, ap
wnved' March 2, is76," to be and apr-ar before said Jus
CVctourt on the lith DAY OP MAY, A. D. 177, at Id
o'clock a M of s'd yi fcn'1 u' exhibit theu and there !
said Court tlie proofs of their said Ijens
Carson City, Nevada, April 27, 1877. law.tw
NOTICK TO HTOCKHOLDBH!.
APPLICATION OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THK PAN
CAKE COAL COMPANY to Remove the Oth.sus of
said Company. Tlie kiiock holders ttt the Pancake Owl
Company, a Corporation of Nevada, are hereby notified
that a meeting of the Stockholders of said Company will be
held at the Court Room of the District Court of the Sec
ond Judicial District of the State of Nevada. In and for the
County of Ormsbv, on SATURDAY, THE NINETEENTH
DAY OF MAY, A. D. Ib77, at 1E.N O'CLOCK a. H. oi said
dav to consider the removal of the officers of said company,
S. H. W ItlOHT, District Judye
Aprit t8, 1877 mv 1 td
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ASSIGNEE.
DISTRICT OF NEVADA-i.Ijr RAMI
ruptcy. The undersigned hereby rives notice of lus
appointment as Assnrnee of the estate and effects of tsoofye
C. Tliaxter, of Carson, In tne county of Onnsby, and State
of Nevada, in the said District, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt, upon his own petition, by the District Court of
said District. 11. K. WH1TCHILL.
Assignee of the estate of George C. The tr, a Bankrupt.
April 1, U77. lswSw

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