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CARSON CITY, NEVADA: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1877. VOL. 11. NO. 1G. MORNING APPEAL. Published every morning (Mondays excepted), DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT SALE. FtflcCOftSftELL & CO, CARSON CITY BREWERY, I CHANGE OF TIME. ROBINSON & MIGHELS, HEXRT B. JfwnEts. MARSHALL ROBINSON. Publishers and Proprietors. A Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, General and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern of the State Capito' Terms of Subscription: One copy, one year, by mail ?12 00 One copy, six months, by mail 6 50 One copy, three months, by mail 4 00 Payments on subscription, invariably in advance. There will be no deviation from this rule. Tim Appeal will be delivered to the citizens of Carson at Fifty Cents per week, payable weekly to the eorn.r. Rates of Advertising: Rates of advertising- can be ascertained on application at this oltlce. Wagons ! Wagon G CITY STI DEBAKEB WAOOX DEPOSITORY. JARSOX Havir.;' received the agency lor the sale of the celebrated Studebker Wa?oiid, I am now receiving wagons from tha ab.ive manufactory especially adapted to this State, as they were made from models and patterns sent to the inanulac tory by me. I also have a fine lot of EXPRESS AND L.IGI1T SPRING WAGONS On hand. Also, Farm and Hoad Wagons of my own make. The above Witgoiw 1 yiiaruiitee to seil as low as the same stvle of Wagons can be purchased for in Sacramento City, with the adlition of fidiijht from Sacramento to Carson. I have alno on hand and lor sale ALL SIZES OF CAST STEEL AXLES. Some very fine Three and One-half Inch Cast Steel Axles for lo'"'in" purposes. Also, all kinds of Hard Wood Lum ber, Wagon Material, Etc. Also, agent for the celebrated SARVEN PATENT WHEELS. Blacksmithinz of all kinds, Carriage Repairing Etc., Etc., neatly done. Horse shoeing a specialty. Having pur chased the right to the use of the celebrated COODHVOIGH HORSE SHOES, (Sov style), I call the esjieeial attention of horse farriers to the unit. HAVING ESTABLISHED A PAINT SHOP, And employed a first class Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painter. 1 invite especial attention to work, prioes, etc. W. D. TORREYSON, Comer Third and Carson streets, oposite the St. Charles Hotel, and corner of Telegraph and Plaza streets, opposite Keyser & Elrod's hay yard. Carson, May 5, 1877. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 209 Kearny st, San Francisco, ESTABLISHED IN 1854. For the Permanent Core of oil Sjwc'al and Chronic Diseases, as also all Female Complaints and Diseases of tlie Nervous System. THE IMMENSE DESTRUCTION Of HI' man life annually from secret and chronic diseases, caused this old and reliable institution to be established first in Philadelphia, Penn., in 1850, and afterwards in San Francisco, Cal., in 1S54, as a private disjiensary, in ord-j to anora tne amicieu tne oest metucai auu auiiw ..i. for the above and all other affections and complaints. Consultations at the institute or by letter, FREfc. To tlie Afflicted! Dr. L. J. Czapkay would most respectfully inform the public of the Pacific coast that, at the earnest solicitation of his numerous friends, and hundreds of those unfortu nately atllicted with disease, he has reopened his MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE and resumed the practice of his profession. The doctor would remind all those who are in need of medical aid, that since relinquishing his very extensive and successful practice in San 1 rancisco, he has visited the principal cities in Europe, inspecting dili gently the most renowned hospitals, and gathering the ex iwrience of the most learned in the profession, the benefit from which he offers to all in need of his services. Rheu matic affections, chronic catarrh, diseases of the stomach and kidneys, liver complaints, etc., successfully treated. Those who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of voiith. nervous weakness, physical and mental debility, are assured of a permanent cure. Charges moderate. All communications strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express. Address L. J. CZAPKAY, M. D., au25-ly 2C9 Kearny St., San Francisco. DISSOLUTION. Carsos City, Nkv., July 13, 1877. We, the undersigned, have this day dissolved copartner ship by mutual consent. All indebtedness will be paid by B. Bernhard k Son, who will hereafter continue the busi ness at the old stand, and all accounts due the late firm of II. Bemhard &. Co. will be collected by the new firm. H. BERNHARD, JyHm W. COLLINS. Thanking our old patrons and customers for their past favors, we solicit a continuance of their patronage to the new nrni oi a. oemnara s son. II BERNHARD & CO. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. PA1VC4KR CO At- COMPANY. Location of principal place of business, Carson City, Nevada. Location of works. Pancake Mountain, White Pine county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Pancake Coal Company, a corpo ation, held on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1877, an as essment (No. 6) of Fifty Cents per share was levied upon he capital stock of said Pancake Coal Company, payable mmediately in United States gold coin to the Secretary, at he office of the company, with Trenmor Coffin, Carson City, Nevada. Said assessment to be paid on or oefore the 15th day of September, 1877. Any stockholder making default in payment of said assess. ment, as above reouin llrvin the ahrm hnl.l hi him Mill ha delinquent, and said shares will be advertised for l?ae at puouc auction, and unless the required payment is made thereon on or before the 15th day of October, 1877, so many of such shares will be sold at 12 o'clock M. of said last named date, as will be necessary for the payment of the assessment upon all shares held by such shareholder, togother with the costs of advertisement and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. Dated at office of company, Carson City; Nevada, August 15th, 1877. aultf-lawlw T COFFIN, Secretary. PANCAKE CO At. COHPANV Location of principal place of business of company, Carson City, Nevada; location of works, Pancake Mountain, White Pine countv, Nevada. Notice There are delinquent upon the following described stock of said company on account of assessment No. 6, of fifty centt per share, levied on the 14th i day of August, A. D. 1877, the several amounts set site the names OI tne several sn&reiiuiuers in saiu company, as follows : No. of Shares. 49 250 100 100 250 39 40 10 123 10 600 250 100 luO 4 1250 1250 1250 1250 6(10 4a 1600 500 221 1S75 S50 20 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 4sl 100 loO 10 1 1 s 10 120 50 97 49 49 245 Certificate. Bryant, WH 267 Collin, Trenmor 71 Cotfin, Trenmor 72 Coffin, Trenmor 73 Coffin, Trenmor 188 Coffin, T 237 Coffin, Trenmor 278 Crandall, H 270 Dana, Geo H 265 Derby, C 272 Drexler, L P, trustee 31 Drexler, L P, trustee 84 Drexier, L P, trustee S3 Names. No. of No. of Amount. ?24 50 125 00 50 00 50 00 125 00 . 19 50 20 00 5 00 61 60 6 00 250 00 125 00 50 00 News, front Drexler, L P, trustee 41 60 00 2 00 C25 00 625 00 625 00 625 00 250 00 24 50 830 00 250 00 117 00 937 60 175 00 10 00 Dcexler, LP 2t4 Ellis, AC 19 Ellis, AC 20 Ellis, AC 21 Ellis, AC 22 Ellis, AC 40 Ellis, AC 59 Ellis, AC 94 Ellis, AC 129 Ellis, AC 105 Ellis, A C 191 Ellis, AC 194 Ellis, AC 195 Ellis, AO 190 Ellis, A C 197 Ellis, AC 198 Ellis, AC 199 Ellis, AC 200 Ellis, AC 207 Ellis, AC 212 600 500 00 500 600 240 60 60 6 4 6 60 El I Is, A C Ellis, AC 203 Ellis, AC 284 Eraser, James tW Fraser, James 118 Eraser, James 145 Fraser, James 241 Gardner, M C 190 Gardner, M 0 206 Herriek, LA 258 Hill, Geo B 254 Hillhouse, A M 2SS 25 00 48 50 24 50 24 60 122 50 5 Oi) 150 00 570 00 269 50 61 50 61 00 61 00 61 00 Kelton, WA 274 10 King, S D, jr 64 300 King, SD, jr 115 1140 King, SD 230 539 Latham, J H i Co 249 123 Latham, J H & Co 50 122 Latham, J H & Co 251 122 Latham, JIU Co 252 122 Latham, J K S 279 10 Lcntz, D 11 250 49 MeTarnahun, J C 2C0 489 Mitchell, II K 211 500 Mitchell. H K 212 500 Mitchell, II K 213 500 Mitchell, H K 214 500 Mitchell, H K 215 500 Mitchell, II K 210 500 Mitchell, H K 217 1000 Mitchell, II K 218 1000 Mitchell, H K 219 1000 Mitchell, H K 220 1000 Mitchell, II K 221 1000 Mitchell, UK 222 1000 Mitchell, 11 K 223 1000 Mitchell, II K 224 1 000 Mitchell, HK 225 1000 Mitchell, H K 228 1000 Mitchell, HK 227 1000 Mitchell, H K 228 1000 Mitchell. H K 229 1000 5 00 24 50 244 50 250 00 250 00 250 90 250 00 250 00 250 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 500 oa 500 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 600 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 32 50 255 50 255 00 78 00 255 50 127 50 127 50 255 50 25 50 25 50 25 50 Mitchell, HK 2S0 1000 Mitchell, II K 231 1000 Mitchell, H K 234 65 Mitchell, II K 2.16 511 Mitchell, H K 238 610 Mitchell, II K 240 140 Mitchell, II K 242 511 Mitchell, HK 244 255 Mitchell, II K 246 255 Mitchell, H K 248 511 Mitchell, H K 253 51 Mitchell, II K 255 61 Mitchell, H K 257 51 Mitchell, H K 259 511 Mitchell, 11 K 2C1 990 Mitchell, H K 2fiS 1582 Mitchell, HK .-269 1000 Mitchell, HK 270 MOO Mitchell, H K 271 1000 Rice & Peters 243 489 Shoemaker, J S 247 245 255 50 495 00 791 00 600 00 500 00 500 00 244 50 122 50 122 50 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 6 00 5 00 6 00 245 00 Simjison, Sol 245 245 Straus, M 275 10 Tevis, Carter 283 10 Thomas, K H 273 10 Wadsworth, H 280 10 Wheaton, E 281 10 White, John 277 10 Willard, W P 282 1 0 Witherell, C A 239 490 And in accordance with law and an order of the Board of Trustees, made and entered on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1877, so many of such designated shares of stock be longing to and standing in the names of the shareholders aforesaid, as shall and will be necessary to pay the assess ment upon all shares held and owned by such shareholders or standing in their names upon the books of the company, will be sold at public auction, at the office of said company in the office of Trenmor Coffin, in Carson City, Nevada, on Monday, the 15th day of October, A. D. 1877, at 12 o clock noon, of said last named day, to pay said delinquent assessment, together with costs or ad vertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. T. COFFIN, Secretary Pancake Coal Company. Carson City, Nevada, September 15, 1S77. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK SKC ond Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby. Roger Crow, plaintiff, vs. J. L. Clefit? and Florence Cleecr and A. V. Pray, defendants. Action broug-ht in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby, and the complaint filed in said county of Ormsby, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The State of Nevada sends (rrecting to J. L. Cleggr and Florence Clegg anil A. W. Pray, defendants : You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby, and to answer the complaint filed therein (a copy of which accompanies this summons) wjthin ten days (ex clusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons if served within this county; or if served out of this oountv. but m this district, within twenty days. otherwise within forty days or judgment by default will be taken against you. The said action is brought to fore close a certain mortgage executed by defendants J. L. and Florence Clegg to said plaintiff, on lot No. one (1) in block No. six (0), in Rice & Peters' addition to the city of Carson, in Ormsby county, Nevada; which said mortgage was given to secure the payment of a promissory note made by defendants J. L. and" Florence Clegg, on the 20th day of May, A. D. 1875, to plaintiff, for the sum of six hundred dollars and interest thereon at three (3) per cent, per month, all in gold coin of the United States. And plaintiff asks a decree of foreclosure of said mortgage and that the mortgagea premises tie decreed to tie sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of costs, attorney's fees, taxes, insurance and the principal sum and interest on said note, in gold coin of the United States, and if found insufficient, that a judgment oe docketed against the prop erty of defendants J. L. and Florence Clegg for any bal ance found remaining due plaintiff. All ofwhich is more fully set forth in plaintiff's complaint on file in my office. And vou are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said ooinplaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded. uiven under my nanu anu me seal oi ine District i i j I Court of the Second Judicial Distriot of the State ( S- ) of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby, this 24th dav of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy -seven. au25-law6w ALFRED HELM, Clerk. If THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the District of Nevada. In re R. E. Kelly and T. K. Hofer, bankrupts. , Notice is hereby given that R. E, Kelly and T. R. Hofer, of Carson City, Ormsby county, District and State of Ne vada, heretofore duly adjudged bankrupts according to law, have filed in this Court a petition for a discharge from all their debts and other claims provable under Title fll of the Revised Statutes of the United States; and that TUESDAY, THE 25th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1877, at 10 o'clock a. if., in open Court, at Carson City aforesaid, have been appointed as the -time and place for hearing the same, when and where any Derson interested mav annear and show cause why said' petition shotild not he granted. Carson City, September ty iKTf.'Yt I COMMISSION oppo STOCK BROKERS, CORNER CF CARSON AND PRCCTOR STREETS, .CARSON CITY, NEVADA. IVHinliagr Stoclts Bought, Sold and Carried on margins. 00 00 00 00 00 50 00 00 00 60 50 60 00 00 Liberal Advances on Active Accounts. octltf ST. CHARLES HOTEL, CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. O. K. STAMPLEY PROPRIETOR mHIS SPLENDID AND WELL-KNOWN JL brick edifice has, as usual, been Thoroughly Overhauled and Repainted, And compares favorably ith any in the State. Its repu tation is such as to need no further remarks. THE CUL1JSARY DEPARTMENT; Is in excellent hands. Good Rooms, Clean Bed and Pleasant Parlors. Erery convenience for single guests or for families. THHHl T1AH Is supplied with the best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Prompt attention paid to guests and the traveling public Carson City, July 3, 1377 Steam Cabinet Shop. MAISH & TURNER, Corner of Onnsbjr and Second streets ne the Ormsby Douse, Carson City Nevada VE WOIXD CALL THE ATTENTION ' of Carpenters, Wasronmakers. and all other Wood workers to the fact that we can work both Soft id Hard Wood Lumber to any desired shape. Edj;e tools ground ana snurpeneu in tne best manner. Vt e also Surface Lumber, make Tongned and Grooved Flooring, Beaded Ceiling. Parties will do well to give us a oall, as we are prepared 10 ao gooa wore: at reasunaoie rates. Furniture Repairing Wood Turning and Siroll Sawing, Fence Posts and Pickets made plain or turned or fancy. may7tf SHERIFF'S SALE. rY VIRTUK OF A DKCRKE AND ORDER MJ of sale issued out of and under the seal of the Hon orablc Second Judicial District Court, in and for the coun ty ot urmsDy, and State of Nevada, on a judgment record ed therein on the 1st day of September, A. D. 1877, and attested on the 4th day of September, A. D. 1877, in favor oi wens, rargo ana oompany, a corporation, and against jonn ti. layior anu uatnerme lay lor, nis wile, K. M. Hunt and H. T. Dunning, copartners associated under the firm name of Dunning & Hunt, and J. P. Winnie, defendants. in the sum of $716 21 principal, and interest to date of said judgment, and interest on the sum of $592 40 until paid at the rate of one and one-half ner cent, per month. and original costs taxed in the sum of $S9 85, and counsel fee in the sum of 71 62, and Clerk's accruing costs in amount of S5 50, and all costs which may accrue bv reason of sale, etc., all in gold coin of the United States; and to me uirecieu, commanding me to sen certain real property set out and described in said decree and order of sale, or w tiiun aa win oaLiai v mc auuve ueuianus wiui costs; and in pursuance thereto I have levied upon and will expose at public auction, in front of the Court House door in Carson City, Ormsby county, State of Nevada, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 1st, A. D. 1877, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m., to wit: at one o'clock p. m., the said real prop erty described in said decree, as follows: Those certain pieces of lind in Carson City, Ormsby county, State of Nevada, called and known as and being the whole of lots eight (8) and nine (9) in block fifty-eight (58) of Proctor & Green's division of said Carson City, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining. S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carson City, September 10, 1877. The above sale is herebv postponed until SATURDAY. OCTOBER THE 6th, A. D. 1877. S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carson City, October 1, 1877. DISSOLUTION. OTiru IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT THE copartnership heretofore existing between LOUIS MOHR, of Carson City, Ormsby county, and WILLIAM HILL and WILLIAM C. GRIMES, of Churchill countv. all of the State of Nevada, under the firm name of L. Mohr & Co., is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The notes, book accounts, etc., have been placed in the hands of Israel Crawford, for collection, who is authorized to pay all de mands against the said late firm of L. Mohr & Co. All those knowinsr themselves indebted to the late firm of L. Mohr & Co., are hereby notified to call and settle their accounts, at the office of Israel Crawford, opposite Frisbie's Restaurant, without delay, and save costs. LOUIS MOHR, W. C. GRIMES, WM. HILL. Oswon City, August 27th, 1877. au29m King street, Carson City, J AOOB BLZjTI TTVTfil PROPRIETOR. T HE VERY BEST QUALITY LAGER BEER aiaae on tne raaflc Coast or anywhere. Orders promptly The saloon is constantly supplied with the finest brands WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. GIVE ME A CALL Janltf JACOB KLEIN. EXCHANGE CHOPHOUSE OYSTER SALOON, M. CLESCQVICH, PROPRIETOR. nvrmeiu corner or Carson ant Karnn,! aireeis, opposite Urmsby Ho a so (.arson City. Nevada. nnniS WEU -KXOU X A n i.nun.vcniD J lished first-lass Restaurant and Oyster Stand is open from 5 o'clock a. u. until 2 i u th. fi1 t-e facj,Iities m unsurpassed by any establishment aum, iici e ur eiaewnere. Older will receive prompt attention. 42TMr. Clescovich will superintend personally. July 7, 1877. ' 4.ARCE SPRINGS. CLfcAR WATER, and CLEAN PIPES. AM PKEPARKli TO FURNISH GOOD, PURE WATER, Ana plenty of it, at reasonable rates. Families. Restau' iniw aim noieis lurnisneo on the most advantageous terms. Test the Matter for Yourselves. E. D. SWEENEY. Carson, May 7, 1S76. PACIFIC ICE COMPANY, J. M. BENTON, AGENT, AM NOW PREPARED TO Ft'RXISH uaiiy, in quantities to suit any one, at Low Prices, at Micir resiueuces. f. . w ' ' ice inn i iarntan Is taken from th Carson River, formed of Pure, Soff, running water, and not from any stagnant pond or un healthy location. Orders left at mv I.i h.imn,ntlv0ttQll ; " ' Duwri, ill J. M. BENTON, Agent Pacific Ice Company. jel3tf SELLING OFF AT COST! TO CLOSE BUSINESS. c ASH OFFERS FOR STOCK AND FIX- tures invited. IT rod Broolscjs' STOCK OF Stationery, Berlin Wools, Geld and Plated Jewelry, SUver Plated Ware, ONE HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S PIANO, With every description of Fanpv articles are now offered AT COST! AH persons knowing themselves indebted to mt are tv." quested to call and settle immediately and save cost. R. FRED. BROOKS. Carson, July 10 1877. STATE PRISON BOOT AND SHOE I FACTORY. SUPERIOR ARTICXE OF HEAVY BOOTS AND SHOES For sale at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada. I lie attention of the trade is specially invited to the above goods. Orders promptly executed. no29tf C. C. BATTERMAN, Warden. CRAND DISPLAY FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY OPENING DAYS, FRIDAY AND SATUR. day, September 14th and 15th. At the old stand formerly occupied by Mrs. Brooks, now presided over by Mrs. Anna S. Sheibell. The ladies of Carson are respectfully requested to attend our opening of seasonable and elegant fashionable English itu ricuui iuuiiuery gooas, ana FRENCH PATTERN BONNETS & HATS As all our goods are of our own direct importation, la dies will please call and inspect goods before buying else whore. sopl2U JOINT TIME TABLE. 'V1 RGINIA AND TRUCKED OF CENTRAL PACIFIC. EXPRESS FROM EXPRESS FROM J01XT TIME TABLE. SAX FRANCISCO. VIRGINIA CITY. Arrive.. 10 45 A. M. . . . Virginia . . ...Gold Hill.. Leave... COO r. n 10.34 A. M 10.00 A. M 1.15) " 9.00) " 8.0S A. If. 7.SS A. II. 6.00 A. M. 9.15 P. M. 6.10 P. u. .Mound House.. . Depart Arrive. Arrive.. 7.20) " Carson. . . . Depart . 7.S5 f ' Steamboat .. 8.27 P. M. 9.C0 P. M. 11.10 P. u 6.30 A. M 9.10 a. M Reno Truckee . . . . .Sacramento . .... Vallejo .San Francisco. Leave... 4.00 p. m. Arrive. .11.10 A. M San Francisco time on the c. P n It iwn f inu .,r the V. & T. R. R. Dinner on the boat from San Francisco, and Breakfast ilteno, going East. Breakfast on the boat from Vallejo, going West. SLEEPING CAR daily between Carson and Vallejo. H. M. YERINGTOX, General Superintendent V. & T. R. R. A. M. TOVVNE, agltf a General Superintendent C. I. R. R. kept :.i of JOHN 0. FOX'S EMPORIUM OF Literature, Art and Bijouterie HIS SELECTION OF BOOK'S, WniCH is constantly beinr increased bv receints from the 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 Steinwav's Pianos, For which Mr. Fox is the Agent. Also, an extent e selection of Fine Watches. French Clocks, Jewelry and Silver ware, Cold, Silver and Precious Stones, Staple and Fancy Stationery. AGENT FOR Lazartu dc 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 TRICES TO SUIT THE HARD TIMES. CALL AND EXAMINE. "W JOHN O. FOST. Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City, Nevada juniimi GEORGE W. KITZMEYER HAS JUST RECEIVED LARGE styles of STOCK OF THE LATEST Walnut Chamber Suits, Beautiful Parlor Suits, Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tables of all Kinds. Tlie above goods all come direct from Eastern manufac tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most deairal.lu oil finish. I have also on hand a large variety ofl Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office, Dining 'and Kitchen Chairs, Lounges, Spring Beds, Mattresses, and Pillows. dec3tf GEORGE W. KITZMEYER MORTON HOUSE, North Carson street, Between Telegraph and Spear streots, Carson City. H AVISO A LEASE OF building known as the Hiuckcl the imiru procrty, 1 propose to carry on the business of Hotel and Restaurant on the European style Parties desirinir suits or niiuIe mnmi. with r ut,,. board, can have the same bv annlviiur. The House wi be opened on Saturday evening, tlie 2ih. UUU Al AU ilULitS. JAMES HUNT, Proprietoi. Carson City, April 28, 1877. in A Stitch In Time ! Don't Throw Away Your Old Clothes ! T?."! A """i Ann, THE MOST Skillful Clothes nlonnor n tl... c.... i.... r business In his old sUndTon Carson Street, next to. RaiT2Store. 4"Work dons Quickly and Cheap. Oufoa, My 22, 187 I 6.13 P. M 6.45 P. M.