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" MORNING APPEAL.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 1877 rTTHK DISTRICT COl'RT, SKfOND Ju dicial District, in and for Ormsbj- Count-, State of Ne vada. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Charles F. Smith, Clara Smith, Alice Smith, Edgar Smith and Em ma Smith, minors. It apiearing to this Court from the petition this day presented and filed bv W. H. Smith, the guardian of the persons and estates of Charles F. Smith, Clara Smith, Alice Smith and Emma Smith, minors, praying for an order of sale of certain real estate belonging to his wards, that it is necessary, and would be beneficial to said wards that such real estate should he sold ; it is hereby ordered that the next of kin of the said wards, and all persons interested in the said estate, appear before this Court on MONDAY, THE 21 DAY OK JULY, A. D. 1877, at ten o'clock A. m., at the Court-room of this Court, in the County of 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 ordtr be published at least four successive weeks before the said day of hearing in the Morning Appeal, a newspaper print edand published in said county of Ormsby. Dated June 23d 1877. S. H. WRIGHT, ' District Judge. Instate of Nevada, County of Ormsby, SS. I, Alfred Helm, County Clerk, and ex officio Clerk of the Second Ju dicial District Court in and for said County and State, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full and correct copy of he original order of said Court, in the matter above stated, as the same appears on file and of record in my ollice. -.. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my ( , ) hand and the Seal of said Court this twenty-third l L ("dav of June, A. D. 1S77. . " ALFRED HELM, Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OIT THK United States for the District of Nevada. I:, re V. A. Muller and I'. C.Weber, bankrupts. In bank lUptcy. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of said bankrupts, and to all parties interested, that TUESDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JUNE, 1S77, 10 o'clock a. m., and the Court-room 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 30th day of May, 1877, ac cepting the profiosal or composition maue oy sain uann. rupts, was passed as required by law, and whether the same is for the best interest of all concerned ; when and where all parties interested may appear and be heard in that bchait. Witness the Hon. E. W. II illter, Judge of said District Court, and the seal thereof hereto affixed, at Carson city District of Nevada, this 6th day of June, 18i . seal. T. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. T.TOTICK IS HKRKBY GIVEN TO AIL .lj persons holding liens against the property of Jacob P. Winnie, described as follows, to wit: Lots numbered eight and nine in block number fifty-eight of Proctor & tlron' division of Carson Citv. Nevada, that the under signed has commencod an action in the Justice's Court of Carson Township, Ormsby County, Nevada, before c A. Witherell. Justice of the Peace, to foreclose a mechanic's lieu held against said property, and all persons holding liens on said premises under and by virtue of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled "An Act to decure liens to mechanics and others, and- to repeal an other Acts in relation thereto." approved March 2, 1877, are hereby notified to be and appear before said Court, on the 9t.li DAY OF JULY. A. D. 177. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, and to exhibit then and there the proof of their liens. utiMJU s. HL.M, By Harris & Coffin, their attorneys. Carson, Nevada, June 16, 1877. lawSw -m s PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE DISTRICT Court of the United States lor the District of Nevada, made and entered on the 19th day of May, 1877, 1 hereby give notice that I will sell at public auction, in one parcel free from all incumbrances, on In front of the property, the following pieces of land in Carson Citv, Ormsby" County, State of Nevada, to wit: Those certain pieces of land called and known as and being: Whole of Lots Four, Five and Eight, and the northern four and a half (4i) feet of Lot Nine, all in Block Thirty-five (35) of Sears, Thompson and Sear's Division of said Carson City, with the Store, counters, sneivmg anu other fixtures in the buildings thereupon, said property forming part of the estate of A. B. DR1ESBACH, Bank rupt, in Bankruptcy. ISRAEL CRAWFORD, Assignee. Carson City, Nevada, May 19, 1S77. Iaw3w Dissolution of Copartnership. rims: COPARTNERSHIP HERKTOFORE JL existhnr between the undersigned, by name of Moresi & Ambrosetti, is uns day aissoivea Dy mutual couneui.. The firm of Ambrosetti 4: Co.. composed of Frank Ambro setti and Uuiseppi Moresi, succeeds to the business, are entitled to collect all dues and will pay all bills. D. MORESI, f. ambrosetti g. moresi Carson Cily, Nevada, May 11, 1S77. lw UTEVADA SVLPDUR COMPANY.-Loca i tion of principal place of business, Carson City, Ormsby county, Nevada. Location of works, Ormsby county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees, held on the Second day of March, A. D. 1877, an assessment (No. 2) of Four ($4) Dollars per share was levied upon tne capital biock oi me company, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary of the company in uarson Jiiy, ixevaua. a-ny stock mion which this assessment shall remain unpaid ou the 18th day of June, A. D. Is77, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment . . . .1 v i , . i - ,..t. .j , I.. I.. lwTT is maue Deiore, win ue soiu on me 10111 uay oi uij, oi i, to pay the delinquent assessment together w ith costs of advertising and exiienses of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. THOMAS L. SMITH, Secretary. Carson City May 19, 1877. TS OlSTRICT COURT, SECOND JUDICIAL. X District, State of Nevada, County ot ormsDy. in tne matter of the estate of William Patterson, deceased. UiKin readim? and fllinsr the petition of Alexander Leport, in the above entitled matter, praying that a decree be made authorizing and directing the executor of the last will and testament of said deceased to convey to the said Alexander Leport certain real estate, to wit : Lots seven (7) and ten (loj in block forty-eight (48) of Sears, Thompson 6l Sears' division of Carson Citv. Nevada, and that a day of a regu lar term of said Courtbe appointed for the hearing of said jietition, and that due and legal notice of the pendency of said petition and ot the neanng tnereoi ne given accoru ing to law, and it appearing therefrom that a proper cause therefor exists, it is hereby ordered that SATURDAY, JULY 7th, 1877, a day if a regular term, to wit: of the June, A. D. 1877, term of this Court, at the Court-room of this Court in parson City, at 10 a. m. of said day, be apixiinted as the time and place of the hearing of said pe tition ; when ana wnere an persons mieresieu in saiu es tate may apear m 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 successive weeks before said hearing in the Morning Appeal, a newspaper pub Jished in Ormsby county, Nevada. S. H. WRIGHT, District Judge Second Judicial District. Carson fi y, Nev., June 15th, 1877. iel(iw4 T N THK DISTRICT COURT OP THE I United States, for the District of Nevada. In the mat ter of George W. Chedic, bandrupt. In Bankruptcy. Distriat of Nevada, ss. Notice is hereby given that George W. Chedic, of Carson City, Ormsby county, in said District, duly adjudged a bankrupt according to law, has filed in this Court a petition for a discharge and certificate thereof from all his debts and other claims provable under Title 01 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and that TUESDAY, THE 10th DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1877, at 10 o clock A. M. of said day, in open Court m Carson City, Ormsby county, State of Nevada and District aforesaid, have been appointed as the time and place for hearing the same, when and where the creditors who have proved their debts, and any person in interest, may appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. T. J. tun akds, Clerk. Carson City, June 20, 1877. ASSIGNEE'S SALE. "V-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE .1 undersigned, Assignee in Bankruptcy of the estate of A. B. Driesbach and A. B. Driesbach and M. D. Hatch, bankrupts in bankruptcy, that I will sell at public auction un MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1877, at 11 o'clock A. in front of the County Building in Carson City, to the highest .bidder for cash, in gold coin, the following described prop erty, to wit : All the right, title and interest of the said A. B. Driesbach, bankrupt in: bankruptcy, to twenty-four thousand and fifty shares of mining stock in the mine Jinown as the "Fourth of July Gold and Silver Mining Company," located in Eureka Townsluji, in the county of Eureka, State of Nevada, Also, all the right, title and interest of said bankrupt in and to a certain mining quartz claim, known as the "-D-vidson or Mount Hope Mine," locatedin Grizzly Fiat .Min ing District in El Dorado county. State of California. Also, all the right, title and interest to the notes, book accounts and demands belonging to said estate, that re main unsatisfied at the time of sale. ISRAEL CRAWFORD, Assignee, j Carson City, Augmt th, 1877, I JOB PRINTING ! HUE HOISIie APPEAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is one of the largest and molt complete in the State THE ESPEGIAL ATTENTION OF MERCHA MINING COMPANIES OKCRS Is called to the fact that Job Printing of every description is done at this office at reasonable rates. ALL KINDS & BLANK WORK Furnished to order at low rates. Ball and Wedding Cards, BUI Heads, ads. ss Cards, CIRCULARS AND HANDBILLS, Done at bort notiue. GIVE US A CALL. ROBINSON 4i 9IIGHELS, Office, 2 BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE, CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS, CARSON CITY, NEVADA T1T.EOANT PRIVATE CAR- Ti Hare, and Buggies and spirited Teams can always be obtained. Particular attention paid to livery horses - Attendants on hand Day and Night. HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK ON REASONABLE TERMS. J. M. BENTON, Proprietor. Carson, January 20, 1876. REMOVAL ! MRS. L. H. AIXKN nAS REMOVED from her late place of business, on North Carson street, to the next door North of the place of business of the Olcovich Bros., on South Carson street, where she will carry on Fashionable Dressmaking. Garments Cut and Basted In the Most Finished Manner. Patterns cut to order, every month. New Fasliions direct from Paris janlltf NOTIGE OF APPOINTMENT. rnnK UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE OP I his appointment as Assignee of A. B. Driesbach and M. D. Hatch (Driesbach &, Hatch), of Carson City, in the county of Ormsby, and State of Nevada; within the Dis til? U Nevada, who have been adjudged bankrupts, upon their own petition, by the District Court of said District. ISRAEL CRAWFORD, Assignee. Carson City, Nevada, April 23, 1877. Iaw3w NOTICE. rpBE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES I notice that he has purchased 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. Hentschel as my agent, who alone is authorized to collect the indebtedness. JOSEPH HABER. Carson City, May 21, 1877. Tli. nn.laral'miiil 1m.t..1.c iriia n.ttica thaf ha llQQ Ttlir. aliased the stock of Cigars, Tobacco and Notions of Mr. C. W. inend. The business will be continued by air. A. Hentschel as my agent. M. WERTHEIMEK. Carson City, May 21, 1877. iny22m Dissolution of Co-partnership. TIM1K CO.PHRTNKRSHIP HERETOFORE existing under the tirm name of w agner at Klein is this day dissolved by mutual consent, John Wagner retir ing. 1 he 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. JACOB RLh-i.v JOHN WAGNER. Carson City, May S, 1877. lm Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE partnership heretofore existing between the under signed, under the name of Pixley & McConnell, Stock Bro kers, at Carson City, State of Nevada, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, and tne interest ot it. r. nxiey inerein has this dav been sold to McConnell & Co. The business of the old firm will be continued at the old place by the new firm of McConnell & Co., and all debts to and from s'iid firm are to be paid to and by said McConnell & Co. K. r. riiLti, SAAC McCOXNELL. Carson City, Nevada, June 13, 1877. ORDINANCE NO. 4S. 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 support 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 Z. Any person who snail 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 bojh suoh fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the Court. D. A. BENDER, President Pro tem Attest : Alfred Helm. Clerk. Carsou City, June 12, 1877. ORDINANCE NO. 4G. An Ordinance in relation to the office of City Assessor of Carson City, the duties and compensation of said offlcer. The Board of Trustees of Carson City do ordain: Section 1. The City Assessor of Carson Citv shall annu ally assess all taxable property of the inhabitants of said city, situate and being in said city, for city taxation, at tne same time ana in tne same manner ne assesses said property for State and county taxation. He shall not make a separate Assessment Roll of such assessment, but shall place ana extend tne same upon tne Assessment Koll made for state ana county taxation oy mm. Section 2. The City Assessor of said City shall receive an annual salary of one hundred dollars, in United States gold coin, which shall be in full for alj services rendered by nun to saia city as sucn onicer. Section 3. All Ordinances heretofore adopted, so far only as they conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance, are hereby repealed. Approved. jas. A. sr. claik, Carson City, June 11, 1877. President pro tem. Attest: Alfred Helm, Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 47. An Ordinance to abate the Nuisance of Dogs running at large. 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 Citv Marshal a tag for each dog for which he or she shall pay a yearly license as touows: ror eacn mate aog the sum of tw 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 tigs shall be disposed of by said City Maisnal in tne manner hereinafter provided. He 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 na!? out and retained by him for fees, as he-Ji:iif p-. . aed, and the amount paid into the treasury Section 3. It shall be the rv me City Marshal and of every policemar ' .nto custody any dog or dogs running ,.rttnin the city not provided with and wm-:. iAgs as herein provided, and to place such dog or dog in tha city pound, and when so impounded they 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 impounuea aog ne snail receive the sum of one dollar. The fees herein provided for shall be retained and paid out of the money derived from the sale of dog tags by the City Marshal. Section 5. Any person wishing to redeem a dog that has been impounded shall pay to the City Marshal the sum 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 Anv person or persons who shall tie e-uutv of eounterfeitine the tags herein provided for with intent to defraud the City, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof 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 dogs within the limits of Carson City for a period of sixty davs after the first day of June, A. D. 1877, or for the period of sixty days after the first day 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 bv imprisonment for a term not exceedim: twentv-five days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Section 7. Ordinance No. 3, entitled "an Ordinance to abate the nuisance of dogs running at large, adopted March 25, 1875, is hereby repealed. Approved: D. A. BENDER, President, Fro em. Attest: Altbso Bslm, Clerk. unon City, June vt, mi County Tiuuficua's Offiob, r . f " . " T..1 nu lav. r To the Board of County Commissioners ot Ormsby county, JNevada: Gentlemen : I herewith submit my report of the busi ness of the County Treasurer's office for the half year end vrw Inn. if lOT On the 1st of January, 1877, there were in the several county funds the following fiAT.AXnafl. General 13,350 85 Railroad 3.S96 87 Contingent 321 49 Repair 50 S(7 Road 2,155 80 Redemotion 320 3o District Judge's Salary: 218 60 County Treasurer's Salary 3,641 43 State School No. 2 305 04 County School No. 1 1,531 6 County School No. 2 159 bl 425,952 97 RECEIPTS For the half vear have been from Rent of County Building $1,865 00 Court Docket fees 239 00 Fines in Justice's Courts 94 00 Assessment Roll of 1x76 3,406 71 Assessment Roll of 1877 969 03 Ten Der cent, on delinouent taxes of 187C 264 60 State School Fund 2,483 35 County Licenses 4,450 50 State Gambling Licenses 1,128 00 Poll Taxes of 1877 1,440 ou State Insurance Licenses 23 60 State Insurance Tax., 261 CS Miscellaneous sources 25 7o $16,641 98 APPORTIONMENT Of which was made as follows : General 85,511 53 State 4,039 98 Railroad 1,610 44 Road 130 08 Repair 1,790 40 Contingent 854 ol District Judge's Salary 229 44 County Treasurer's Salary 421 90 Special School 50 96 County School 619 39 State School No. 1 2,218 97 State School No. 2 204 38 $16,641 98 .$13,795 00 . 1,444 78 . 4,749 97 207 31 '-tjl 15 64 00 . 1,225 00 375 00 178 25 . 2.213 32 500 00 . 3,829 23 354 25 829,127 20 DISEIRSKMENTH Were made from the following funds : General State Railroad Road Repair Contingent District Judge's Salary County Treasurer's Salary Redemption State School No. 2 County School No. 1 . . County School No. 2 . . Leaving in the several funds the following BALANCES : General State 8,067 09 !S9 64 757 34 578 67 504 00 1,122 00 73 04 421 90 50 96 145 78 5 65 69 42 330 13 345 57 Railroad Road Repair Contingent District Judge s Salary County Treasurer's Salary Special School County School, unapportioiied State School No. 1 State School No. 2 County School No. 1 County School No. 2 $13,407 69 .825,052 97 . 16,641 98 RFCAP1TILATION. Balance January 1, 1877 Receipts for haif year ending 30, 1S77 Less $42,594 95 . 29,127 26 Disbursements for half vear ending June 30, '7' $13,467 69 TRANSFERS Have been made between the following funds: From General to District Judge's Salary $850 00 From General to County School No. 1. . . 1,300 00 22,150 00 From Co. Treasurer's Salary to General. .3,260 43 From Redemption to General 142 10 from Kepair to General 1,130 22 From State to General 605 63 $5,150 31 From Road to County School No. 1 1,000 00 r roin Koad to county School No. 2, 500 00 81.500 00 There was apportioned bv the County Suneriiitendciit nf Schools from County School Fund to Count v School No. 2 8333 40 County School No. 1 40 21 8373 61 Leaving in the County School Fund un apportioiied S145 7S From the accumulation of the Railroad Fund there have been purchased five Virginia and Truckee Railroad bonds, iOS. 49M) m 5,000 00 Less discount and rebate of interest 250 03 Cost S4.749 97 Leaving outstanding 147 bonds of $1,000 each, with inter est paid to June 1, 1S77. Ihe 527 00 from miscellaneous sources, is a refund of costs paid by the county in suits, State vs. Watson and State vs. Marcoux. Of the cash in the county treasury there is Currency $735 37 Coin . 12,732 32 $13,457 69 Of the currency there belongs to Repair Fund And to County Treasurer's Salary Fund . $609 37 12G 00 $735 37 And of the coin there is silver $3,000. The larger por tion of the licenses and poll taxes, in addition to a consid erable portion of the taxes on personal property, having oeen aiu 111 silver. I have made my semi-annual settlement with the State Controller for all monies received on account of the State and hola his receipt 111 full to June 11, 1877. Respectfully submitted, H. J. PETERS, County Treasurer. Ofpice County Ai-ditor, ) Ormsby County. Nevada. Julv 7. 1877. f To the Hon. the Board of County Commissioners Ormsby County, State of Nevada : The County Auditor respectfully submits the following report 01 me nscai anairs 01 tne said eounty for the six months ending June 30, 187. Balance on hand January 1st, 1877 825,952 97 receipts. From January 1, 1877, to June 30, 1877, the payments into tne county treasury nave been as follows: From Assessment roll, 1876 $3,406 71 From 10 per cent, delinquent roll of 1876 2(4 56 From Assesment roll of 1877 960 03 From Court docket fees 2'J9 00 From fines in Justice Court 94 00 From poll taxes, 1877 1,140 00 from miscellaneous 25 70 From county licenses 4,450 60 From State insurance licenses 23 50 From State insurance tax 261 63 From gambling licenses 1,128 00 Eroin rent County Building 1.K05 00 From State School t und 2,483 35 $16,641 98 APPORTIONMENTS. To State Fund $3,039 98 To General Fund . 6,511 53 To Railroad Fund- 1,610 44 To Contingent Fund To Repair Fund To Road Fund 851 51 .. 1,790 40 130 08 229 44 421 90 . . 2,218 97 264 38 60 96 To District Judge's Salary Fund To County Treasurers Salary fund To State School No. 1 Fund To State School No. 2 Fund To Special School Fund . To County School Fund 619 39 $16,641 98 TRANSFERS. During the half yeur the following transfers have been made : From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 8850 00 From Road Fund to County School No. 2 Fund . 500 00 From Treasurers Salary Mind to General Fund. 3,!i6 43 From Redemption Fund to General Fund 142 10 From Repair Fund to General Fund 1,136 22 From General Fund to County School No. 1 Fund. 1,300 00 From State Fund to General' Fund 605 56 From Road Fund to School District No. 1 Fund . . 1,000 00 PAYMENTS. During the half year the following payments were made from the several funds as follows: From State Fund $1,444 78 From General Fund 13,795 00 From Railroad Fund 4,749 97 From Redemption Fund 178 25 From Contingent Fund 54 00 From Road Fund 207 SI From Repair F'und 201 15 From District Judge's Salary Fund 1,225 00 Prom County Treasurer's Salary Fund 375 00 From State School No. 1 Fund 2,123 32 From State School No. 2 Fund 600 00 From County School No 1 Fund 8,829 23 From Ceunty Schoel N. 8 Fmnd 354 25 $t!,U7 2 BALAXCE On hand at close of businesa June 30, 1877. This bolaneo is the aggregate of the balance in the several funds at the close afbusiuves June 30, 1877, as follows : In Contingent Fund 51,152 00 In Repair Fund f)4 on In General Fund 8,107 tti In State Fund Ss9 (11 In Railroad Fund - 7J7 W In Road Fund 578 87 In District Judge's Salary Fund 75 01 In Treasurer's Salary Fund 41 an In special School Fund MSC In County School No. 1 Fund 3MJ 13 In County Schoel No. 2 Fund 346 67 In Countv School Fund 146 78 In State School No. 1 Fund 6 t In State School No. 2 I'und ' 4 i::,4.7 m The amount of twenty five dollars and seventy -firr cciiw reported as received from miscellanwus sources, derived in the case of the State vs. WaUon, Marcoux. The County Treasurer has settled with the Controller J Strte up to the 12th of June, 1877, and has his rectipt and discharge for the sam. Respectfully submitted, FRED. D. TURNER, County Auditor. NOTICE. WE. THE UVDERMGNEI) CITiZFNS OP Reno, Nevada, having used the celebrated C. F. B rummer's Insect and V ermin Destroyer, procured of A. H. BARNES, at Reno, do cheerfully recommend the same as beitig a speedy, safe and reliable remedy for the removal of BED BUGS. We look upon it as a Godsend Ui out county. It has given us entire satisfaction, and wc cheer fully subscribe to the above. Do not want our money back. USE NO OTHER. J. S. Tolles, J. D. Pollard (Hotel), N. C. Hammersmith, L. Winteniiantel, do. C. N. McLemore, R. Laenj, do. O. W. Aver, A. C. Anderson, do. W. H. Tread way. Dr. Dawsou, A. R. Lee per, T. K. Hymeri, Wra. Young, ( Dep. Shells 11. Phillips, I. Chamberlain ( For C Jail. Relio, May 2, 1877. I111 SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE AND ORDER OF SALE issued out of and under the Soul of Uie Hon. Second Judicial District Court ill and for the County ol Oiinsoj, State of Nevada, on a Judgment obtained therein on il,e 31st day of March, A. D. 1S77, and attested on the :.tli dtv of April, A. D. 177, in favor of Juincs Gowan and o-aut John F. Byrne, Susan E. Byrne, S. Reinstein, E. 1 iib son, and William R. Mangrove Executor of the L-,. will and testament of W illiam Patterson deceased, tor tin vim of four hundred and twenty six dollars priiiei al and m terest thereon to date of Judgment in the sum of 01c hundred fifty-nine dollars and sixty cents, and in the sum of sixty -two dollars and sixteen cents lor taxes for the li-J cal year 1876 paid by plaintiff and in the-sum ol one dol lar sixty-five cents the interest accrued to dutc on la- t above-named princiial sum and interest from Ut'te until jiaid at the rate of 2 per cent per mouth on houi of Otc above-named sums; also counsel fees in the $mu if sixty-four dollars and ninety-three cents, and original 1. ml in the sum of forty -four dollars, all in the gold coin o Jm United States: Second In favor of S. Reinstein and E. F. Gibson, ami against John F Byrne and Susan E Byrne for the sum of four hundred and lilteeii dollars and sixty-two cents pi in cipal debt, and the sum of fit'ty-seven dollars kihI sixty cents interest thereon to date, and ihtcrcxt 011 s.tid prin cipal sum from date of Judgment until ud al tlic rate of per cent ier month, and counsel fe-es 111 the sum of seventy dollars and ninety tight cents, and costs ot smt in the sum of eleeii dollar, all in gold coin of the l.nitud States ; Third In favor of Bra, H. Musgrme, as executor of of the last ill and testament of William Patterson, d. J ceased, against John F. Byrne and Susan E. biiie, lor tlo- principal sum of tour hundred and eigmcvii duilnrs :u:d fifty cents, and the sum of lilly-one dollars and sixlv vnls interest thereon accrued to this date, anil interest 011 said principal sum lioiii date of said jiiil-mciit till paid at tie rate of 2 per ci-iit, er month, and uounsol fi-e in tic hi 111 f forty-seven dollars, anu costs fil suit 111 Hie vim i f eleven dollars, together with all costs which inaj accrue I j reason of advertising, commission, vie, and t l.-j k's accn d costs on all of the above in the sum olei'ht dollars aid sixty cents, all in gold coin of the United States; to hie di rected, commanding me to sell according to law certain real projierty set out in said decree and order ol sale, to satisfy the above demands ; and in pursuance thi-ioto, I have levied upon and will exposed at public auction, in front of the Court House d'xr in Carson -it v, Oi nv.bv County, State of Nevada, on MONDAY, THE 1 i'lllfi'l 1:1 II DAY OF APRIL, A. I). 18.7, between the hours of '.) a. in. and 6 p. in., to wit; atone o cluck p. m., all the right, title, interest and claim of the defendants, John F. Byrne and Susan E. Byrne; of, in and to the following desenhed mortgaged real property to wit: The north "half (J)of block No. thirty -one (31) in Sears, Thonipsoiii and nnV division of Carson City, ill Ornish County, Nevada, to gether with all and singular the tenements, herediiaiiieiiis and appurtenailces tnereto belonging or in any wise ap crtaining. r. 1 . h ir 1 , anenii. Carson City, April 7, 1877. The above Sale is hereby postponed until SATURDAY, THE NINETEENTH DAY OF .MAY, A. D. 1877, at samo hour and place, by request of Plaintiffs and Defendants. . 1. hw 11- I , Shentt. Carson City, April 30, 1S77. my I The above sale Is hereby postponed until THURSDAY. the 31st day of MAY, A. D. 1877, at same hour and place and by request of plaintiffs and defendants. . 1. vt ir 1 , Mieriii. Carson City, May 19th 1S77. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTI K OF A Ii: RFE AND Oil der of Sole issued out of and under the seal of the Honorable Second Judicial District Court in and for the County of Ormsby, State of Nevada, 011 a judgment ob tained therein 011 the 13tl day of April, A. D. 177, and attested on the 20th day of April, A. It. 1877, in favor of Nevada Sulphur Company, a corporation, plaintiffs, and against A. H. Pepin and M. Bassette, defendants, for tlie sum of $1,500 principal, and interest thereon at the rate of 1 per cent, per mouth from the 26th day of July, A. 1. 1876, until paid, and accrued costs in the sum of (41 40, and counsel fee in the sum of $82 55, and clerk's accruing costs in the amount of $5 90, and all costs which may m: crue by reason of advertising sale, Sheriff's accruing cost-i, etc., all in gold coin of the United States, and to me di rected, commanding me to sell according to law cci-tem mortgaged property set out in said Decree and Ordr of Sale, and in pursuance thereto, I have levied upon and v. ill expose at public auction, in front of the Court House door in Carson Citv, Ormsby county. State of Nevada, on the 18th DAY OF" MAY, A. D. 1877, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 5 P. M., to wit: at 1 o'clock p. u., all the rich', title, interest or claim of the defendants, Pepin und bas sette, of, in and to the following described property, to wit: All that certain tract of land situated in the county of Ormsby, State of Nevada, claimed and occupied by said A. H. Pepin and M. Bassette as a mill site, commencing at. a stake marked No. 1, at the mouth of the "Bassette Tun nel," and running thence south 170 feet to a stake marked No. 2; thence east 250 feet to stake marked No. 3; thefieu running north 170 feet to stake marked No. 4; thi nee run ning west 250 feet to the place of beginning, with the im provements thereon. The said land is situated in the southeast portion of the northeast quarter (J)ol Stttion No. 3, in Township No. 15 north of range No. 19 east. Ml. Diablo meridian according to the United States surveys. ! T. SW IFT, Sheriff. Carson City, April 26, 1877. T. W. W. Davies, Plaintiff's Attorney. IN JUSTICE'S t'OI'KT, CAHNON TOWN, ship, Ornuiby County, State of Nevada, Luore C. A. Witherell, Justice of Peace. D. H. Lentz and P. A. Wagner, plaintiffs, vs. David A. Smaill and Rachel E. Smaill, his wile, defendants. Notice is hereby given to all persons holding or claiming liens on that certain piece of land, with the building ami dwelling thereon, in Carson City, Ormsby county, Slate of Nevada, called and known as being the west half of lot number nine (9) and the west half of lot number ten (lo) in block number eleven (ll)of Currv's IhvKion of said Carson City, same being and forming one compact piece of land, under the Constitution of tint St i'e of Nevada and under the provisions ef the Act of the Legielatnro of sieid State, entitled "An Act to secure liens to nieehanli uid others; and to repeal all other Acts in relation tlroto, up proved March 2, 1875," to be and apar before said Jus tice's Court on the 10th DAY OF MAY, A. I). 1877, at Id o'clock A. M. of said day, and to exhibit then and there to said Court the proofs of their said liens. D. II. LhNTZ. ) IM-.MltifTH P. A. WAGNER, I ' u"1""', Carson City, Nevada, April 27, 1877. la;tw NOTICR TO STOCK HOLDER. APPLICATION OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THK PAN CAKE COAL COMPANY to Remove t lie ifhoers of said Comjiany. The Stockholders of the I'anciko Oml Company, a Corporation of Nevada, are hereby notititnl tliat a meeting of the Stockholders of s:ud Coiiqmiiy will be held at the Court Room of the District Court oi tli Sec ond Judicial District of the State of Ncviula. in and for th County of Ormsliv, on SATURDAY, THE NINETEENTH DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1877, at TUN O'CLOCK A. M. of add dav. to consider the removal of the otliee raof said company. April 28, 1877 my ltd NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ASSIGNEE. DISTRMT OF XF.VAnA-M.-IX RANK runt ov. The undersigned hereby rivr notice of his ftiinoiiitmcht as Assignee of tlte estate and effects ot Gcorzu C. Thaorter, of Carson, in the county of Ormsby, and State of Nevada, in the said Diauict, who lias been adju.tcT.-d a bankrupt, upon his own petition, hy the IXatrict Court uf aid Dwtrwc U. 1L WLUTHIIX, Awirne at the cttata of Qecrps C. Tknff, a Bankrupt.