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EAL. MOKTffN CARSON CITY, NEVADA: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1877. NO. 99. VOL. 10. MORNING APPEAL. Published every morning (Mondays excepted), BY ROBINSON & MIGHELS, MA?HA1L ROOTySOS. BIXET K. JUGHELS. Publishers and Proprietors. A IHilv Kewsoapcr, devoted to Politics, General News, and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern front of the State Oaplto" Terms of Subscription: One copy, one year, by mail - w One copy, six "months, by mail One copy, three months, by mail 6 00 4 00 Payments on subscription, istariablt w advancb. There will be no deviation from this rule. Tbk Appf.al will be delivered to the citizens J at Fifty Ceuts pr we., payable weekly to the earner. Rates oT Advertising: Rates of advertising can be ascertained on application at this otBce. Wagons ! Wagons ! 1ABSOX CITT STIDEBAKEB WAOOS ) ' DEPOSITORY. Having received the agency for the sale of the celebrated Studebaker Wagons, 1 am now receiving wagons from tn; ave manufacTry Specially adapted to this State, as they were made fr..m models and patterns sent to the manufac tory by me. I also have a flee lot of FXPBKSS AND LIGHT J.PRINO WAGONS On hand. Also, Farm and Road Wagons of my own mak The above Wagons I guarantee to sell as low as U same style of Wagons can be purchased for in Sacramento City ith the addition of f rtight from Sacramento to Carson, 1 have also on hand and for sale ALL SIZES OF CAST STEEL AXLES. Some very fine Three and Onchalf Inch Cast Steel Axlos fTlLSg purposes. Also, all kinds of Hard Wood Lum Sri 'ou Material, Etc. Also, agent for the celebrated SARVEN PATENT WHEELS. BUoksmltbrae of all kinds, Carriage RenairiDir, Etc., Eto., twatlv done. Horse shoeing a specialty Having pur chased the right to the use of the celebrated GOOfVEXOVGH HORSE SHOES, O'cw style), I call the especial attention of horse farriers to the same. HAVING ESTABLISHED A PAINT SHOP, And emploved a first class Carriage, Sign and Ornamental fainter, I iiivite especial attention to yYSON Corner Third and Carson streets, opposite the St . Charles Hotel, and corner of Telegraph and Mat street, opposite Kevser a Elrod's hay yard. Carson, May 5, 1S77. TO WATER CONSUMERS. rilHE O ARSON WATER COMPANY X hereby notify their customers that they Most Not Vm Water for Irrigation, Or for any other than house purposes, Without Firt Applying at the Company' Office, And making special arrangement. CARSON WATER COMPANY. Carson, March 20, 1877. PACIFIC ICS COMPANY, J. M. BENTON, AGENT, j AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH X XT 3EL 33 I O 33 Daily, in quantities to suit any one, at Low Prices, at their residences. The Ice that I furrish Is taken from ths Carson Hirer, formed of Pare, Soft, running water, and not from any stagnant pond or un healthy location. Orders left at mv Livery Stable, on Carson street, will be promptly attended to. jf jel3tf . Agent Pacific Ice Company. 33 "V7"-lT33H.. S.ARCE SPRINCS. CLfcAR WATER, and CLEAN PIPES. I AM PREPARE1 TO Fl'RMSH GOOD. PURE WATER, And plenty of it, at reasonable rates. Families, Restau ranis and hotels furnished on the most advantageous terms. Teat the Matter for Yourselves. E. D. SWEENEY. Carson, May 7, 1976. DR. L. J. HERRICK, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, OFFICE: In Matt. Rinckel's new block, Carson street, CARSON CITY J. W. WATERS, IYI. D. Office I On King street, at Vearot Willis Drugstore, . c45soir:cnT, ketadaj r. OR MS BY HOUSE, CORNER OF CARSON AND SECOND STREETS Carson City, Nevada PROPRIETOR. THI WELL-KNOWN HOTEL HAS BEEN enlarged and reconstructed until in capacny and appearance it is unquestionably the BEST PUBLIC HOUSE IN NEVADA, Surpassing anythin? of the kind in this State; and the Spurious Dining- nail. Magnificent Parlors and plendl Salts of Room, Combine to make it supply a want Ion? Wt here and throughout the State. No pains or expense will be spared la the CULINARY DEPARTMENT, And nothing that the market of the Pacific Coast afford will be omitved from the table. t. ,r,r..l with tlta funeral elcarance of the House The Bar will be kept seconu to nouuug m '-"--- and the Bii lard Room will always be first class In Its appointments. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY Have an office in the House; and all possible facilities will be afforded to Guests. Families and the Traveling Public. A SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED CEO. D. FRYER. J&iilm Proprietor. WHOLESALE FKU1TS & CONFECTIONERY THE NEW FAMILY MARKET IECFVE DAILf L.ROK QUANTITIES of all kinds of FRUITS & CONFECTIONERY, Which will be sold as low as the lowest and shipped to any oart of the country. REMEMBER THE PLACE ADAMS HOUSE BLOCK, Two Doors above Gibson & Dealy's Saloon. je3)tf J, 1VANOOVIOH, DEALER IN Groceries, Eggs, Oranges, lemons, Fresh aud lriet Fiull, Pineapples, Cherries, Cocoauuts, Figs, Vegetables, Bananas, Grapes, Confectionery, ' Nuts, Fresh Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc Etc. .Etc PLACE OF BUSINESS: No. 8, outh Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City. Nf. mv6tf J. IVANCOVICH. CEORCE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, ETC mHK UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND X and is dally receiving the Choicest Fruits, Freshest Vegetables. Best of Confections. Choice Havana Cigars Poultry, Ranch Eggs, Etc. X B Orders promptly filled and delivered as per rections. ulurul r rrvvs-va. Carson street nexi m i neaxr &aiocn. HATH BONE'S EXCHANGE. (LatelRathboce 4 Winston's Exchange.)! T HE BUST 8TO;CREB B;R Moat Commodious Gaming Ball In Carson City. None but th choicest Wines, Liquors and Havana ' FRED RATHBOVE, Proprietor Carson, Mar 5, 1877.r Steam Cabinet Shop. MAISH & TURNER, Corner of Ormsby and Second streets, near the Ormsby House, Carson City Nevada W1 E -WOCW CAIX THE ATTENTION nwna Watrrnimnkera. and all other Wood- workers to the fact that we can work both Soft and Hard ... . i .i -l eViur Fpe tools trround now Liuiuoer w uj uc-, ' -i " and sharpened in the best manner. We also Surface Lumber, make Tongued and Grooved Flooring, Beaded Ceiling. Parties -win do well to give us a call, as we are prepared to do good work at reasonable rato. Purnitur Repairing Wood Turning and M roll Mawlng, Fence Posts and Pickets made plain or turned or fancy. mayTtf SEEDS, NEW SEEDS, WARRANTED FRESH AND GENUINE. O. P. WILLIS, DRUGGIST, COHN'ER CARSCN AND KING STREETS, HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT -OF- GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS. ALSO A SUPERIOR LOT OV TIMOTHY. RED TOP, BLUE CRASS. WHITE and RED CLOVER. TOP ONIONS, ETC ETC., ETC. IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT AND AT LOW PRISES. CRDESS FROM THE COUNTRY Promptly 37M.il d. O. P. WILLIS. Carson, March 4, 1S77. STATE PRISON COOT AND SHOE FACTORY. A SIPEiUOR ARTICLE OF HEAVY BOOTS AND SHOES For sale at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada. The attention of the traJe is specially invited to the above goods. Orders promptly executed. no29tf C. C. BATTERMAN, Warden. DR. F. J. WHITE, Office t Over Willis Drugstore, Cp-stalrs. 42T Calls promptly attended, night or "day. Carson, March 12, 1877. NOTICE. FRISBIE'S KESTAURANT. HAVING PURCHASED , the above named RESTAURANT AND 0YSTE? SALOON, I hereby give notice to the public generally I will have the Very Best the Market Affords, In fact, everything to be found in a first class restaurant 1 will superintend in person, and see that aH my customers receive proper attention. J2T OPES" DAT AND NIGHT. J.B. MILLARD, ProprWtor. Carson, April 5, 1877. ?5V CARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK, Corner of Carson anil Proctor streets, CARSON CITY, NEYADA. TRUSTEES 1 GEORGE TUFLY, RICHARD KIRMAN' F. D. STADTMCLLER, JACOB KLEIN, GEORGE T. DAVIS, GEORGE B. HILL, L. A. HERRICK, JOHN G. FOX, A. W. PRAT. FLVAJTCE COMMITTEE : Richard Km ax, F. D. Stadtmitllir, Gborok Txrn.7. THIS BAMt WII.I. RECEIVE SAVIXGS DeposiU 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. AOENT3 FOR THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES: 'French Corporation, and Com;mcrcial I'uion of London. GEORGE TUFLY, President. Riciusd KtiutAN, Vice President. Geo roe B. Hill, Cashier. novlS STOCKS BO t OUT AXD SOLD. The Carson City Savings Bank, from and after April 9th, will buy and sell mining stocks. Liberal margins will be allowed on approved stocks. San Francisco correspondent, I. Glazier & Co. April 7, 1S77. George B. Hill Cashier. EXCHANGE CHOPHOUSE AND SALOON, M. CLESC0V1CH, PROPRIETOR. Northenst corner of Carson and Second streets, opposite O-msby Uonse, i st.ua t ity. Nevada. lished first-class Restaurant and Oyster Stand is kept open from 5 o'clock a. m. until 2 a. u. The cooking and ail the facilities are unsurpa&fed by any establishment of the kind, here or elsewhere. U.d r. will receive prompt attention. 3" Mr. Clescovieh will superintend personally. July 7, 1377. MORTON HOUSE, North Carson street, Eetween Telegraph and Spear streets, Carson City. HAVING A LEASE OF THE BRICK building known as the Kinckel property, I propose to carry on the business of Hotel and Restaurant on tbe European style Parties desiring suits or single rooms, with or withou board, can have the same by applying. The House wi be opened on Saturday evening, the 2Sth. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. JAMES HUNT, Proprietoi. Carson City, April 28, 1877. m FAMILY RESTAURANT, CORNER OF Carson and Telegraph streets, Carson City. HAVING FITTED IP Restaurant rooms at the above named place, I am prepared to accommodate my customers and generally. D. KAISER. Carson, July 25, 1875. L. MORRIS & CO. ARE CLOSING OUT T HEIR ENTIRE FALL. AND WINTER STOCK OF AT- GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. jan9tf RICE & PETERS, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS CARSON CITY, NEVADA. AGENTS FOR Liverpool and London and Globe Imperial and Queen; North British and Mercantile I Firemen's Fund and .-Etna. J. D. KERSEY, Solicitor. Carson City, February 1, 1377. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. THE ANXTJ4.L MEETING OP THE TOCK. holders of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad Company will be held at the office of the Company, in Virginia City, Nevada, on Tuesday, tbe 8th day of May, 1577, at It O'CJOCK M. ap20td W II THORNTON, Secretary; CHANGE OF TIME. JOINT TIME TAIJLE. IRGINIA AND TRUCKKH AXD CENTRAL PACIFIC EXPRESS FROM SAX FRAXCISCO. EXPRESS PBOX VIROrSIA CITT. JOINT TIME TABLE. Arrive. .10.45 a. 10.34 a. .... Virginia..., ...Gold Hill..., .Mound House., Leave.. . 6.00 P. t. 6.13 P. a. 6.45 P. M. 7.80) " 7.S5 r " 8.57 P. sr. 9.00 p. u. 11.10X. u 6.30 A. M 9.10 A. M 10.00 A. . 1.15) . 9.00) Depart Arrive. Arrive. , .Carson. Depart , S.08 A. 7.35 A, 5.00 A. 9.15 P. 6.10 P. Leave... 4.00 P. .. .Steamboat ... Reno Truckee . . Sacramento . .... Vallejo .San Francisco. Arrive.. 11. 10 a. if San Francisco time on the C. P. R. R.; Carson time on the V. & T. R. R. Dinner on the boat from San Francisco, and Breakfast 1 Reno, going East. Breakfast on the boat from Vallejo, going West. SLEEPING CAR daily between Carson and Vallejo. H. M. YERINOTON, General Superintendent V. & T. R. R. A. M. TOWNE, agltf General Superintendent C. P. R. R. JOHN G. FOX'S EMPORIUM OF Literature, Art and Bijouterie. HIS SELECTION OF BOOKS, WHICH is constantly being increased by receipts from the East, embraces Standard Works, Poetry, Illus trated Cift Books and Chil dren's Books, Music In Sheets and Books, And ail sorts of Musical Instruments, including Steinway's Pianos, For which Mr. Fox is the Agent. Also, an extensive selection of Fine Watches, French Clocks, Jewelry and SHver Ware, Cold, Silver and Precious Stones, Staple and Fancy Stationery. AGENT FOR Lazarus & Morris's celebrated perfected Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Toys, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, and a very choice lot of Shelf Goods too numerous to specify, all AT PRICE3 TO SUIT THE HARD TIME9. sTCALLi VrsU KXAMINK.-W JOHN FOX, Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City, Nevada, jaiiiym GEORGE W. KITZMEYER HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OP TOE LATEST Btyles of Walnut Chamber Suits, Beautiful Parlor Suits, Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tables of all Kinds. The above goods all come direct from Eastern manufae. tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most desirablo oil finish. I have also on hand a large variety of. Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office, Dining- and Kitchen Chairs, Lonng-ea. Spring Beds, Mattresses, and Pillows. decStf GEORGE W. KITZMEYER CENTRAL MARKET, CARSON jfJJ STREET, East side, bet. Telegraph and Spear streets LOUIS MOHR & CO.. PROPS. AY E ARE NOW PREPARED TO HR- nish the best quality of Meats, Head Cheese, Sausage, Trljw, And everything In our line. Our wagon will call at the residence of families and deliver whatever may be ordered. We keep a Family Market, and all orders will be promptly attended to by the proprietors. Pork, Bologna and all kinds of Sausages kept constantly on hand and made to order. fjelj LOUIS MOHR & CO. A Stitch in Time ! Don't Throw Away Your Old Clothes! THOMAS MILLARD, THE MO-T skillful Clothes Cleaner in this State, has resumed business in his old stand, on Carson Street, next, to tail's Store. JTVork dons Quickly and Cheap. . Canoo, May $2, 137H .