CARSON CITY, NEVADA: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1877.
MOENING APPEAL, c"TO assessment sale.
Steam Cabinet Shop
UNION and STONE
CHANGE OF TIME.
Published ererj morning (Mondays sscepted).
ROBINSON & MIGHELS,
REXBT E. MWHILS.
Publishers and Proprietors.
A Daily New.paper, devoted to Politics, General
and Local Affairs.
OFFICE 0 Seoond 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 8 50
One copy, three months, by mail 00
Payments on subscription, invariable Vf advasck.
There will be uu deviation from this rule.
Tri Appial will be delivered to the citUens of Carson
at Fifty Cents per week, payable weekly to the earner.
Rates of Advertising:
Rates of advertising can be ascertained on application
at this office.
Wagons ! Wagons !
CITY STl'DEBAKEB WAGON
Having received the agency for the sale of the celebrated
Studebaker Wagons, I am now receiving wagons from the
above manuf actory esecially adapted to this State, as they
were made from models and patterns sent to the manufac
tory by me. I also have a fine lot of
EXPRESS AND LIGHT SPRING WAGONS
On hand. Also, Farm and Road Wagons of my own make.
The above Wagons I guarantee to sell as low as the Bams
style of Wagons can be purchased for in Sacramento City,
with the addition of freight from Sacramento to Carson. I
have also on hand and for sale
ALL SIZES OP CAST STEEL AXLES.
Some very fine Three and One-half Inch Cast Steel Axles
for logging purposes. Also, all kinds of Hard Wood Lum
ber, Wagon Material, Etc. Also, agent for the celebrated
SAHVEN PATENT WHEELS.
Blacksmithing of all kinds. Carriage Repairing, Etc., Etc.,
neatly done. Horse shoeing a specialty. Having pur
chased the right to the use of the celebrated
COODSXOCOII HORSE SHOES,
(N'ew style), I call the especial attention of horse farriers
to the same.
HAVING ESTABLISHED A PAINT SHOP,
And employed a first class Carriage, Sign and Ornamental
Painter. I invite especial attention to work, prices, etc.
W. D. TORREYSON,
Comer Third and Carson streets, opposite the St. Charles
Hotel, and comer 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 IX 1834.
For the Permanent Core of 11 Spec'al and
Chronic Diseases, a also all Female
Complaint and UHeasM oi me
THK IMMENSE OBSTRUCTION OP HC
man life annually from secret and chronic diseases,
caused this old and reliable institution to be established
first in Philadelphia, Peun., in 1850, and afterwards in San
Francisco, Cal., in 1854, as a private disensary, ill order to
atford the afflicted the best medical and surgical treatment
for the above and all other affections and complaints.
Consultations at the institute or Jjy letter, FREE.
To the Afflicteds
Dr. L. J. Czapkav 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 afflicted with disease, he has reojiened his MEDICAL
AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE and resumed the practice
jf 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 Francisco, he
has visited the principal cities in Europe, inspecting dili
gently the most renowned hospitals, and gathering the ex
perience 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
end kidneys, liver complaints, etc., successfully treated.
Those who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions
of youth, 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.,
au20-lv 209 Kearny St., San Francisco.
Carsos Citt, Nbv., July 13, 1877.
We, the undersized, have this day dissolved copartner
ship by mutual consent. All indebtedness will be paid by
B. Bernhard & Son, who will hereafter continue the busi
ness at the old stand, and all accounts due the late firm of
H. Bernhard & Co. will be collected by the new firm.
jyHra W. COI LIN'S.
Thanking our old patrons and customers for their past
favors, we solicit a continuance of their patronage to the
new firm of B. Bernhard & Son.
H BERNHARD & CO.
PtCKB OO At. COMPANV. -Legation
of principal plaoe of business, Carson City, Nevada.
Location of works. Pancake Mountain, White Pine county,
Nevada. Notice is hereby riven that at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the Pancake Coal Company, a eorpo-
at ion, held on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1S77, 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 Colfin, Carson
City, Nevada. Said assessment to. be paid on or before the
15th day of September, 1877.
Any stockholder making default in payment of said assess
ment, as above required, upon the shares held by him,
iH be delinquent, and said shares will be advertised for
sale at publia 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 u. 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
le. By order of the Board of Trustees. Dated at office
eompany, Carson City, Nevada, August 15th, 1877.
yolOUinw J COFFIN, Secretary.
PANCAKE COAL COMPANY - Location of
principal place of business of company, Carson City,
Nevada; location of works, Pancake Mountain, White Pine
county, Nevada. Notice There are delinquent upon the
following described stock of said company on account of
assessment No. 6, of fifty cents per share, levied on the 14th
day of August, A. D. 1877, the several amounts set oppo
site the names of the several shareholders in said company,
as follows :
Names. No. of
Bryant, WH 267
Cortin, Trenmor 71
Coffin, Trenmor 72
Coffin, Trenmor 73
Coffin, Trenmor 188
Coffin, T 237
Coffin, Trenmor 278
Crandall, H 276
Dana, Geo H 265
Derby, C 272
Drexler, L P, trustee 31
Drexler, L P, trustee 34
Drexler, L P, trustee 38
Drexler, L P, trustee 41
Dcexler, LP 264
Ellis, AC 19
Ellis, AC ; .... 20
Ellis, AC 21
Ellis, AC 22
Ellis, AC 46
Ellis, AC 59
Ellis, AC 9
Ellis, AC 129
Ellis, AC 16a
Ellis, A C Wl
Ellis, AC 14
Ellis, AC 195
Ellis, AC 196
Ellis, AC 197
Ellis, AC 198
Ellis, AC 199
Ellis, AC 200
Ellis, AC 207
Ellis, AC 232
Ellis, AC 233
Ellis, AC 203
Ellis, AC 2S4
Fraser, James 60
Fraser, James 118
r raser, James ij
Fraser, James 241
Gardner, M C 190
Gardner, M C 266
Herrick, LA 258
Hill. Geo B 254
Hillhouse, AM 268
Kelton, W A 274
King, S D, jr 64
King, S D, jr 115
King, S D 235
Latham, J H & Co 249
Latham, J H & Co 250
Latham, J H & Co 251
Latham, J H & Co 252
Latham, J K S 279
Lentz, D H 256
McTarnahan, J C 200
Mitchell, H K 211
Mitchell, H K 212
Mitchell, UK 213
.Mitchell, H K 2H
Mitchell, H K 215
Mitchell, II K 216
Mitchell, H K 217
Mitchell, UK 213
Mitchell, H K 219
Mitchell, H K 220
Mitchell, H K 221
Mitchell, H K 222
Mitchell, H K 223
Mitchell, H K 224
Mitchell, H K 225
Mitchell, H K 226
Mitchell, H K 227
Mitchell, H K 228
Mitchell, H K 229
Mitchell, H K 230
Mitchell, H K 231
Mitchell, H K 234
Mitchell, H K 236
Mitchell, H K 23S
Mitchell, H K 240
Mitchell, II K 242
Mitchell, H K 244
Mitchell, H K 246
Mitchell, UK 248
Mitchell, H K 253
Mitchell, H K 255
Mitchell, II K 257
Mitchell, H K 259
Mitchell, H K 261
Mitchell, H K 262
Mitchell, H K 269
Mitchell, H K 270
Mitchell, H K 271
RiceA Peters 243
.Shoemaker, J S 247
Simpson, Sol 245
Straus, M 275
Tevis, Carter 283
Thomas, R H 273
Wadsworth, H 280
Wheaton, E 2S1
White, John 277
WUIard, W P 282
Witherell, C A 239
And in accordance with law and an order of the Board
Trustees, made and entered on the 14th dav of August
I D. li77, so manv of such desi'Tiated shares of stock be
longing to and standing in the names of the shareholders
aforesaid, as shall and will be necessary to psv the assess
ment upon all shares held and owned by sueh shareholders
or standing In their names upon the aons or tne company
will be sold at puDlio auction, at tne omce 01 said coinpan
in the office of Trenmor Cotfin, in Carson City, "e ada, on
Monday, the I5th day of October,
A. D. 1877. at 12 o'clock noon, of said last named day, to
pay said delinquent assessment, tojether with costs of ad
vertisini and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of
Trustees;. T. CWMN,
Secretary Pancake Coal Company.
Carson City, Nevada, September 15, 1877.
I ond Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for
the county of Ormsby. Roger Crow, plaintiff, vs. J. L
Cleus and Florence Cle?r and A. W. Prav, defendants
Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial
District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of
Onnsbv. and the complaint filed in said county of Ormsby,
in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The State
of Nevada sends ereetine to J. L. Clegar and Florence ClegiT
and A. W. Pray, defendants: You are nereby required to
appear ill an action broueht against you by the above
named plaintiff in the District uourt 01 tne second Judicial
District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of
Ormsby, and to answer the complaint hied therein (a copy
of which accompanies this summons) within ten days (ex
elusive of the day of service) after the service on you of
this summons if served within this county; or if served
out of this county, but in 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 defundauts J. L.
and Florence Clegs to said plaintiff, on lot No. one (I) in
block No. six (6), 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 tlie 20th
day of May, A. D. 1875, to plaintiff, for the sum of six
hundred dollars and interest thereon at three (3) per cent.
p;r month, all in gold coin of the United States. And
plaintiff asks a decree of foreclosure of said mortgage and
tliat the mortgaged premises be decreed to be 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 be docketed against the pro
erty of defendants J L. and Florence Clegg for any bal
ance found remaining due plaintiff. AH of which is more
fully set forth in plaintiffs complaint on file in my office.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and
answe. the sai4 complaint, as above required, the said
jjlaintilf will apply to the Court fo the relief demanded,
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) Court of the Second Judicial District of the State
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in JNevaua, 111 aiiu IUI mc wuiii. i'i vi lunu , tills
l .-1 . . 1. .1 n A iimlaf in till, Wia r tit ntlP 1 ..f.l
thousand eight hundred and seventy -seven.
au25-law6w ALFRED HELM, Clerk.
J"N THK DISTRICT COURT OP THE
- United States for the Dlstrlrt of Nevada.
In re R. E, Kelly and T. R. 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
61 of the Revised Statutes of the United States; and that
TUESDAY, THE 25th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1877, at
10 o'clock A. M., in open Court, at Carson City aforesaid,
hae been appointed as the time and place for hearing the
same, when and where any person interested may appear,
and show cause why said petition should not be granted.
T. J. EDWARDS, Clerk.
Carson City, September 14, 1877. -w
MAISH & TURNER,
Corner of Ormsbjr and Second street ne
the Ormsby House,
1VE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
w of Carpenters. VV agonmakers. and all other
workers to the fact that we can work both Soft and
Wood Lumber to any desired shape. Edge tools
ana sharpened in the best manner, we also
Surface Lumber, make Tone nod and
Grooved frleorimir. Beaded Ceiling.
Parties will do well to give us a call, as we are prepared
to do good work at reasonable rates.
Furniture Repairing Wood Turning and
Scroll Rawing, Fence Posts and
Pickets made plain or
turned or fancy. may7tf
E. A. BREWSTER, M. D.,
RKIDENT D E N T I S
reniaved his rooms to the
Savin(yc Rfxnlf Fit il - In
Carson City, Nev.
All operations known to the dental profession performed
n me most approved style.
Filling and Treating Exposed Nerves made
Teeth built up with gold to their natural shape and
aim guarunteeu to stanu me test oz lune.
September 18, 13T7. lm
PACIFIC ICE COMPANY,
J. M. BENTON, AGENT,
AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
3P XT XT. m ICE
in quantities to suit any one, at Low Prices, at
The Ice that I furnish is taken from tha
Carson River, formed ef Purr, Soft,
running water, and not from
any stagnant pond nr un
Orders left at mv Liverv Stable, on Carson atrot. will
be promptly attended to.
J. M. BENTON1,
jelStf Agent Pacific Ice Company.
CARSON ST., OPPOSITE THE CAPITOL.
(Late Winston's Exchange.)
RESORT HAS JUST
As Usual the Bar will be supplied with
tne Best ot Everything.
S3" CLUB ROOMS in rear of saloon.
E. J. POWERS, Proprietor.
Carson, October 13, 1S77.
Y VIRTUE OP A HECItEE AND ORDER
of sale issued out of and under the seal of the Hon
orable Second Judicial District Court, in and for the coun
ty of Ormsby, and State of Nevada, on a iud'Tnent record
ed therein on the 1st day of September, A. D. 1877. and
attested on tne 4tn aay oi September, A. D. 1877, in favor
of Wei Is, Fargo and Company, a corporation, and against
John H. Taylor and Catherine Taylor, his wife, E. M. Hunt
and H. T, Dunning, copartners associated under the firm
name of Dunning Hunt, and J. P. Winnie, defendants,
in the sum of 710 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 per cent, per month,
and original costs taxed in the sum of 39 So, and counsel
fee in the sum of S71 62, and Clerk's accruing costs in
amount of $5 50, and all costs which may accrue by reason
of sale, ete., all in gold coin of the United States; and to
me directed, commanding me to sell certain real property
set out and described in said decree and order of sale, or
so much as will satisfy the above demands with costs; and
in pursuance thereto J have levied upon and will expose at
puulie auction, in front of the Court House door in Carson
City, Ormsby county, State of Nevada, on MONDAY,
OCTOBEP. 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 rjron-
erty described in said decree, as follows : Those certain
pieces of land in Carson City, Ormsby county. State of
Nevada, called and known as and beiiitf the whole of lota
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.
n. t . &vt it r, Sheriff.
Carson City, September 10, 1877.
The above sale is hereby postponed
OCTOBER THE 6th, A. D. 1877.
Carson City, October 1, 1S77.
The above sale is hereby noatnoned until WEDNESDAY
OrTllREH lflth 1S7T ot u-.n.u h, .l
S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff.
Carson City, October fith, 1877.
The above sale is hereby DOitmnaJ until MONDAY
OCTOBER 15th, 1877, at same hour and place.
S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff.
Carson City, October 10th, 1877.
The above sale Is hereby Dostnnned until MOVDAV
THE 22d OCTOBER, A. D. 1877, at same hour and place.
S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff
Carson City, October loth, 1S77.
The above sale is hereby nostnoned until MONDAY
OCTOBER 29th, 1S77, at the same hour and Dlace. bv re-
quest of plaintiffs and defendants.
S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff.
Carson City, October 22, 1877.
The above sale is hereby nostnnn.-i! until WOVDAV
NOVE.MBEh fith, ls77. at the same hour and Dlace. bv re.
quest of plaintiffs and defendants.
S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff.
Carson City, Ootober 30th, 1S77.
The above sale is hereby postponed until MONDAY,
THE 12th, DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. 0. 1S77, at the same
nour anu piace, nv request as above.
S. T. SWJFT, SheruT'
Carson City, November nth, 1877.
HORSES. HARNESS & WAGON
I7 Q SALE I THE Undersigned Offer s
his large, spring delivery wagon; belt, double har
ness, and span of horses for sale, cheap for cash, at the
Fruit Store of U. BERNHARD.
Carson, October 24 1877. w
ivr j hkets;
JOHN RPSSER, - PROPRIETOR
CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY.
fj H BiVEJH Y;BEST CUTS
AND ALL KINDS OF
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
CoBstantiyon hand at each of the above dlaees.
- . JOHN ROSSER, Propeietor.
Carson, August 29, 1377. tf
A Stitch In Time !
Don't Throw Away Your Old
rr,nJ?A,?u "I.ARD. THE MOST
skinful Clothes CWnw in thla fit.t. v, a
hi. r,W. .1 " " """
r WUIUI6H tV
Carson Street, opposite St. Charles Hotel
3"Work done Quickly and Cheap.
Carson, May 22, 187
Four-foot Wood !
PRRSON4 DESIRING TO LAY
stock of Wood for the coming winter at
Cannot possibly do better than to apply to the undersigned
NUT PINE, LIMB WOOD & SPLIT WOOL
All In Fonr-too'. Lengths.
t3" Prices to suit the hard times.
Fruit stand, Carson street, next to Fox's Bookstore.
October 1, 1877. tf
PUR 33 "7VA.T3s3I..
CLfcAR WATER. ?nd
I AM PREPARKH TO FURNISH GOOD,
And Blenty of It, at reasonable rates. Families, Restau'
tun tuiu uuieis lumisneu on tne most advantageous
Test the Matter for Yourselves.
Carson, May 7, 1876.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
rilllK ASSESSMENT TAX LIST OP
1 of Ormsbv County for thn vonr 1S77 Inrmo
delivered to me by the County Auditor, notice is hereby
given that the State, County and City Taxes are now due
and payable, and that the laws in regard to their collcc-
wvii win oe strictly eniorcea.
All Taxes not Paid on or before the
third Monday In November, will become
delinquent, and 10 per cent, it 111 be add
Ex officio Tax Receiver.
Carson City, Nev., 15th October, 1S77.
r aHK tt&UUI'Ait ANNUAL MEKTIXO OF
the Stockholders of the Carson City Savings Bank
will be held at the office of the Bank, on the FIFTH (5th
iaj. jl v cjiui.iv, is j, at i o ciock r. M. OI that day
octltd GEO. B. HILL Cashier.
NOTICE TO LIENH0LDER3.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
persons holding mechanics' liens against the propert
of Wm. H. and D. G. Corbett, described as follows, to wit:
Lots Nos. 1. 4. 5 and 8 of block 56. of Procter Oron'.,
division of Carson City, Ormsby Comity, Nevada, that the
undersigned have commenced an actum in the Justice's
Court of Carson Township, Ormsby County, Nevada, be
fore C. A. Witherell, Justice of the Peace, to foreclose a
mechanic's lien 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 secure liens to mechanics and others, and to
repeal an otner Acts in relation tnereto, approved March
2, 1875, are hereby notified to be and appear before said
uoure on tne tn day or August, 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
saiu aay ana to exniDit men and there the proof ol theu
said liens. P. A. WAGNER Si CO.,
. , By T. Cofhn, their Attorney.
Carson, Nev., July 1, 18J7 jyl7-law3w
DR. L. J.
P HYS I C IAN,
OFFICE: In Matt. Rinckel's new .black, Carson street
JOINT TIME TABLE.
ymaiNIA AND T R V C K E E
EXPRESS FROM EXPRESS FRO
JOINT TOU TABLK.
MAS FRAKCISCO. TIBdlMA CITV.
Arrive.. 10 45 A.
... Steamboat . . . .
. . Sacramento . .
..San Francisco.. .
Leave... C.nO r. v
G.13 P. M
0.45 t. it.
8.27 I. V.
9.00 P. M.
11.10 P. M
i.XM A. V
10.00 A. M
. 1.15) "
. 9.00) "
8.08 A. M
7.S5 A. II
5.00 A. .v
9.15 P. M
(i.IO f. M
, 4.00 r. M.
Arrive .11.10 . m
San Francisco Um: on the C. I'. K. R .: Carson lime on
the V. 4t T. R. R.
Dinner on the boat f-v.m ban Francisco, ami ISrc&kfaet
f Reno, going East.
Breakfast on the boat from Yallejo, going WYst.
SLEEPING CAR -Uiiy U-tuwn Cuioon ami Vallojo.
If. M. YERINGTOV.
General Superintendent V. A T.
A. M. TOWNK,
agltf General .Superintendent .'. 1'.
J JOHN G. FOX'S
'Literature, Art and Bijouterie
HIS SELECTION OF HOOKS, WHICH
is constantly beincr increased bv rn-iinl from tlm
Standard Works, Poetry, Illus
trated Gift Cooks and Chil
dren's Books, Music in
Sheets and Books,
And all sorts of Musical Instruments, including
For which Mr. Fox Is the Agent.
Also, an extent o
Jewelry and Sliver Ware,
Cold, Silver and
Staple and Fancy Stationery.
Laxarns & Morris's celebrated perfects I
Spectacles and Eye Glas.es.
Toys, Guns, Pistols, Fiahing Tackle, Ammunition, and a
very choice lot of Shelf Uoods too numerous to specify, al
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE HARD TIMES.
CALL AND KXAMINto.
jnnv n. rnr
Carson Btreet, opposite the Capitol, Carson City, Nevai'.j
GEORGE W. KITZMEYER
HAS JUST RECEIVED
STOCK OF TUB LATES1
Walnut Chamber Suits.
Beautiful Parlor Suits,
Writing Desks and
Tables of all Kinds.
The above goods all come direct from Eastern manufac
tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most desirable
oil fiuUh. I have also on hand a large variety of
Camp Chairs, Parlor, Ofllce, Pining ai.,1
Kitchen Chairs, Loanjfes, Spring
GEORGE JW. KITZMEYER.
FELIX H. MERZBACH,
PROFESSOR OJb JM.IJfSIC
AND AGENT FOR THE
STEINWAY. CHICKERINC, AND HAILET
& DAVIS PIANOS.
Office at J. G. FOX'S, Carson City. 5
BOOT AND SHOE .FACTORY.
ARTICLK OP IIKAVY
BOOTS AND SHOES
For sale at the
State's Prison, Carson, Nevada.
The attention of the trade is socially invited to the
above goods. Orders promptly executed.
C C, EATTEEMAN, Ward'
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