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Ji CARSON CITY, NEVADA: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8. 1877. VOL. 11. NO. 72. MORNING APPEAL. Published every morning (Mondays seepked), WARM SPRINGS McCOSINELL& CO, UNION and STONE CHANGE OF TIME. HOT AND COI-n SWIMMING BATHS near the Nevada State Prison, Warm Springs Road JOINT TIME TABLE. BUTTS & CEORCE, - Proprietors. COMMISSION ROBINSON & MIGHELS I1EXRT R. MIOHEL9. Publishers and Proprietors. A Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, General News, and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern front of the State Capito' This splendid Bathing Institution and well known place of resort has Deen thoroughly overnauieu, uewiy iunueu MARSHALL R0B!X80X. and is, in point of cleanliness ana comiort, surpasseu Dy none on the coast. 1 tit. jbaims are undergoing a thor ough repair, and will receive great addition to their size. THE BAR is supplied with the best of liquors procurable. MEALS bv First Class Cooks served to order at all hours. The Surinus Carriage runs constantly. Orders left at the hotels will be promptly attended to. STOCK BROKERS, JOHN ROSSER, - PROPRIETOR CARSOM .STRtET, CARSON CITY. V RGINIA AND TRUCKER AXS CENTRAL PACIFIC CORNER OF EXPRESS FEOM SAN FRANCISCO. BATHS 50 wnti Carnage Free. novtf King Street Market. Terms of Subscription: One copy, one year, by mail $1 00 ftna mnr oi- InrtTithQ hv mu.il 6 50 rj i ' J One copy, three months, by mall 00 Payments on subscription, invariably ix acvaxcb. There will be no deviation from this rule. Thr Appeal will be delivered to the citizens of Carson at Fifty Cents per week, payable weckJy to toe earner. ADAM UHL, - - Proprietor. CARSON ANO PROCTOR STREETS, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. THR UXDERS1GNKI has taken the proprietorshipNjf the old KINO ST. MAKKET. and will keep a constant supply of the best FRESH AND CURED MEATS, To be had in Nevada. Mining Stoolta Bought, Sold and Carried on margins. fjp HE VERY BEST CUTS OF Beof, Mutton, Ijamb, Depart Arrive. Arrive.. 10 45 a. h 10.34 a. M. 10.00 A. u. 1.15) " 9.00 t " 8.08 A. U 7.35 A. U. 5.00 A. H. 9.15 P. u. 6.10 P. H. Leave... 4.00 p. m. JOINT Tim TABLE. . . . . Virginia ... ....Gold Hill... ..Mound House, Carson. . . . ...Steamboat .. Keno Truck ee . . . ..Sacramento . Vallejo. . . . .San Francisco. EXPRESS FROM VIRGINIA CITT. Leave . . . Arrive. . Depart . 6.00 r. u 6.13 P. U 6.46 P. M. 7.20) " 7.35 f " 8.27 P. M. 9.00 P. . 11.10 P. 6.30 A. Ji 9.10 A. M Arrive. til. 10 A. m Etc. .Etc. .Etc AND ALL KINDS OF SALTED MEATS, Rates of Advertising: Rates of advertising oan be ascertained on application at this office. iTSTA share of patronage is solicited. Carson, November 2, 1877. ADAM UHL. Wagons ! Wagons ! MABSOS CITY STt'DEIJAKEB WAGOX HIAISER'S FAMILY RESTAURANT, CORNER OF Carson and Telegraph streets, Carson City. B Liberal Advances on Active Accounts. octltf WELLS, FARGO & CO., ANKERS, EXCHANGE AND EXPRESS OFFICE, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. SAUSAGE, TRIPE, 1HEAD CHEESE. Etc., Etc., Etc., Comtantlron hand st each of the above cOaces. JOHN ROSSER, Propeietor. Carson, August 29, 1877. tf 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 Breakiast iReno, going East. Breakfast on the boat from Vallejo, going West. SLEEPING CAR daily between Carson and Vallejo. H. M. YERINCTON, General Superintendent V. & T. R. R. A. M. TOWNE, agltf General Superintendent C. P. R. R. PRO BONO PUBLICO. Having received the agencv for the 9ale of the celebrated Studebaker Wagons, I am now receiving wagons from thi above manufactory especially adapted to this State, as they were made from models and patterns sent to the manufac tory by me. 1 also have a hue lot oi EXPRESS AND LIGHT SPRING WAGONS On hand. Also. Farm and Road Wasons of my own make. The above Wagons I guarantee to sell as low as the same style of Wagons can be purchased for in Sacramento Uty, with the addition of freight from Sacramento to Carson. I have also ou hand and fur sale ALL SIZES OF CAST STEEL AXLES. Some verv fine Three and One-half Inch Cast Steel Axles fr.r i..,r(ri..- nnnnas Also, all kinds of tiara oou num ber, wigou Material, Etc. Also, agent for the celebrated SARVEN PATENT WHEELS. Blaeksmithing of all kinds. Carriage Repairing, Etc., Etc., neatlv done. Horse shoeing a specialty. Having pur chased the right to the ue of the celebrated GOODBXOUGH HORSE SHOES, (New style), I call the especial attention of horse farriers to the same. HIVING FITTED UP Restaurant rooms at the abora .named place, I am prepared to .accommodate my customers and . Igeuerally. D. KAISER. Carson, July 25, 1875 GEORGE WEDEKIND, From and after this date Wells, Fargo & Company will BUY AND SELL MINING STOCKS. MJVKUFACTURER AN) TJ.SER OF Liberal Slarcriua Allowed on Approved Stoclt. Carson, August 25, 1S77. NOTICEJTO CUSTOMERS. Regulator for several years at Steinway i Sons, New York Also, for many years at M. Oray's Music Store, San Francisco. 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. Corner Third and Carson streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, and comer of Telegraph and Plaza streets, opposite Keyser J: El rod 3 hay yard. Carson, May 5, 1&77. 3" Leave Orders at R. FRED. BROOKS' nov2!w Bookstore."Si DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE. Ll PFRSOXS HAVING STOCK AC- w counts with McCONNELL & CO. Are hereb r notified that the interest on same has been reduced to ONE PER CENT, per month. sopl m McCONNELL & CO. S5.O0O REWARD! CEORCE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, ETC TW HE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND ju anu is aaiiy receiving tha lliolcest fruits. Freshest Vecetablnn. Ht of Confections, Cboice Havana Cljrara, Poultry, Ranch Eggs, Etc. N. B. Orders promptly filled and delivered as nrr rections. GEORGE PERASICH. Carson street next to Theater Saloon. A Stitch In Time! DR, L. J. CZAPKAY'3 PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 209 Kearny st, San Francisco, ESTABLISHED IN IS34. For the Permanent Cure of oil Snec'al and Claronic Diseases, as lo nil Female Complaints ami DUnaties of the Nervous System. rpHK IMMENSE DESTRUCTION OP HU- JL man life annually from secret and chronic diseases, caused this old and reliable institution to be established first in Philadelphia, Penn., in 1S50, and afterwards in San Francisco, Cal., in 18.54, as a private dispensary, in ord-r to afford the afflicted the best medical and surgical treatment for the above and all other affections and complaints. Consultations at the institute or by letter, FREE. To the Afflicted I Dr. L. J Czapkav would most respectfully inform the public of the Pacific coast that, at the earnest solicitation of his numerous menus, ana hundreds oi tnose uniortu nately afflicted with disease, he has reojened his MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE and resumed the practice of his profession. The doctor would remind all tflo.se who Are in need of medical aid, that since relinquishing his very extensive and successful practice in San Francisco, he has visited the principiil 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 wnicn ne oners to an m neea oi nis services. Kneu matic affections, chronic catarrh, diseases of the stomach and kidnevs, liver complaints, etc., successfully treated. Th03e who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, physical ana mental debiutv, are assured of a permanent cure. Charges moderate. All communications strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express. Address L.. J. oz.Ai-tt.AY, M. u., au25-lv 209 Kearny st., San Francisco. TOTirir ic nRRrnv civex tht the 1A Delinquent Tax List of Ornisbv Count?, Nevada, for the year A. D. 1377, has this day been delivered to Tren mor Coffin, District or Prosecuting Attorney of said coun ty, duly certified by me, and unless the deiinaucnt taxes therein siecified are paid to the Treasurer, as ex officio Tax Receiver, within twenty days from the first publica tion of this Notice, to wit: Within twenty days from the 29th day of November, A. D. 1S77, action will be com menced by said District or Prosecuting Attorney for the collection of said taxes and costs. FKED. D. TURNER, County Auditor. Auditor's Office. Carson City, Nevada, November 29th, 1877. I 20t NOTICE. H AVISO RENTED THE rnilF. ABOVE REWARD WILL BE JL paid for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who set fire to the woodyard of the Carson and Tahoe Lumber and Fluming Company, on the evening o November 2, 1877. YERINGTON, BLISS & CO. Carson, November 10, 1S77. Don't Throw Away Your Old Clothes ! ' I . JHILLARD, THE MOST JL SKiuiui iiotnes Cleaner m this State, has removed uis piace oi Business to Carson Street, opposite St. Charles Hotel, 3rWork done Quickly and Cheap. Carson, May 22, 187 mHE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE JL assortment of DRY COODS, CLOAKS. SHAWLS, CARPETS. In the State and at great sacrifice. DRESS COODS OF ALL KINDS, SUITINGS, all Trxtores and Shades, TRI.HMINJS to Hatch, Misses and Children's Cloaks, AJSPECIALTY. CARPETS. RVCS, MATS, FIURS, SEALSKIN, SABLE, MINK. r Call early and secure the best bargains that have ever been offered. L. MORRIS & CO. Carson, November 3, 1377. GEORGE W. KITZMEYER HAS JUST RECEIVED Steam Cabinet Shop. Four-foot Wood ! LARGE styles of STOCK OF THE LATES1 MAISH & TURNER, Corner of Ormtby and Second streets ne the Ormsby House, Carson City Nevada PIONEER SOAP FACTORY, I will manufacture the best quality of Chemical Olive Soap, Sal Soda and DISSOLUTION. Cabsos City, Nkv., July 13, 1877. We, the undersigned, have this day dissolved copartner- snip by mutual consent. All indebtedness will be paid by B. Uernhard & 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. H. EERNHARD, jyllm W. COLLINS. Thanking our old patrons and customers for tholr Dast favors, we solicit a continuance of their patronage to the . . D t) 1 ; a. t; 3 new firm of B. Bemharu & Son. H BERNHARD 4 CO. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. PtMClKR C.n1. COJMTPANV. Lecntion of principal place of business, Carson City, Nevada, taxation of works, Pancake Mountain, White Pine county, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meetiug of the Board of Trustees of the Pancake Coal Company, a corpo tition, held on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1877, an aa Ksament (No. ) of Fifty Cents per share was levied upon he cai vital stock of said Pancake Coal Company, payable mmediateb- in United States gold coin to the Secretary, at he office of the comnanv. with Trenmor Coffin. Carson City, Nevada. Said assessment to be paid on or before the 13th day of September, 1877. Any stockholder making default in payment of said assess ment, as above required, upon the shares held by him, will b delinquent, and said shares will be advertised for i! at public auction, and unless the required payment is made thereon on or before the 15th dav of October, 1S77, $o many of sueh shares will be sold at 12 o'clock u. of said last named date, as will be necessary fqr the payment qf the assessment upon all shares held by such shareholder, together with the costs of advertisement and expenses of aie. py oruer oi me Board of Trustees. Dated at office oompany, Carson City, Nevada. August 16th, 1S77. ?j46-Hww x COFFIN, Seuretarv. Washing Powders, And will supply the public'on most reasonable terms J. W. DUFF i Carson, September 3, 1S77. rN THR DISTRICT COURT OP THE SRC ond Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby. Roger Crow, plaintiff, vs. J. L. Clegg and Florence Clegg and A. V. Pray, defendants. Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsbv, and the complaint filed in said county of Ormsby, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The State of Nevada sends greeting to J. L. Clegg and Florence Clegg and A. v . Pray, defendants : ou are hereoy required to apiiear in an action brought against you by the above . . , .:e ;.. . i. t-vI ..; .1 c 1 ...,:, liameu piamuii ill ine I'lirict vouib ui me aecoiiu JUUll'iai District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of Omsby, and to answer tne complaint nied therein (a copy of which accompanies this summons) within ten days (ex clusive of the day of service) after the service on you of tills summons 11 scrveu wiwim uus coumv, or 11 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 brouiht 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 (G). 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. por month, all in gold com oi the United States, And plaintiff asks a decree of foreclosure of said mortgage and that 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 ooin of the United States, and if found insufficient, that a judgment be docketed against the prop erty of defendants J L. and Florence Clegg for any bal ance found remaining due plaintiff. All of which 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 answeY1 the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded. tjaveil utiuel illy uauu auu vile aciu Ul bile ulHinct f T a lCo'jrt of tlie Second Judicial District of the State ( fof Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby, this 24th dav of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight Iiundre4 and seventy seven. au25-law8w AriiLij hlm, Clerk. 15' i: WOULD CALL THE ATTEXTIOX " of Carpenters, AVagonmakers, and all other Wood workers to the tact that we can work both Soft and Hard Wood Lumber to anv desired shape. Edge tools "round and sharpened in the best manner. We also Surface Lumber, make Tongued and Grooved Hooilnjj, Beaded Ceiling. Mj KnsOXs DESIRING TO JLAV IN A slock oi wood tor the coming winter at GREAT BARGAINS, Cannot possibly do better than to apply to the undersigned NUT PINE, LIMB WOOD & SPLIT WOOD All in Four-foot Lengths. S3" Prices to suit the hard times. IVANCOVICH BROS., Fruit stand, Carson street, next to Fox's Bookstore. October 1, 1877. tf PUR 322 "WTJZTjn. 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 manufac tones, made of solid walnut, and have the most desirable oil finish, I have also on hand a larire variety o I Parties will do well to give us a call, as we are prepared to do good work at reasonable rates. Furniture Repairing1. Wood Turning and Scroll Sawing, Fence Posts and Pickets marie plain or turned or fancy. may7tf A.ARCE SPRINGS, CLEAR WATER, and CLEAN PIPES. I Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office, Dining Kitchen Chairs, Lounges, Spring . Beds, Mattresses, and Pillows. and dec3tf GEORGE W. KITZMEYER: PACIFIC ICE COMPANY. TAM prepared to furnish good, w w w w s.s s n .s sj PURE WATER, J. M. BENTON9, AGENT, And plenty of it, at reasonable rates. Families, Restau rants and hotels furnished on the most advantageousjQ terms. 1 AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH TJ JR. 33 IOE Teat the Matter for Carson, May 7, 187(1. Yourselves. D. SWEENEY. Daily, in quantities to suit any one, at Low Prices, at their residences The Ice that I furnish Is taken from ths Carnon River, formed of Pure, Soft, running vvnter, and not from any atagnant pond or un healthy location. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. riVIK REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF the Stockholders of the Carson Citv Savimrs fi.inlt will be held at the office of the Bank, on the FIFTH (5th) r . . T ill. ,TA,.r,( ill-,. . .. . . . ... . i mi tjiuctt, ioi i, ai i o ciock p. M. or that day. octltd GEO. B. HILL Cashier. FELIX H. MERZBACH, PROFESSOR O SP M.TJ.S Ijc AND AGENT FOR THE STEINWAY, CHICKERING, AND HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS. Office at J. O. FOX'S, Carson City. JanJGtf E. A. BREWSTER, M. 0., RESIDENT DENTIST, remaved his rooms to the HAS N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE L United States for the District of Nevada. In re R. E. Kelly and T. R. Hofer, bankrupt. 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 fil of the Revised Statutes of the United States; and that TUESDAY, THE 25th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1877, at 10 o'clock A. v., in open Court, at Carson City aforesaid, have 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. Canon City, September 14, 1877. -w, j Orders left at my Livery Stable, on Carson street, will be promptly attended to. J. M. BENTON, Jel3tf Agent Pacific Ice Company. CARSON , CITY BREWERY, King street, Carson City, JACOB XS.Xj33 IN"1 PROPRIETOR. T OF HE VERY BEST QUALITY BEER Orders promptly NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL persons holding mechanics' liens aeainst the Dronertv of Wm. H. and D. O. Corbett, described as follows, to wit: Lots Nos. 1, 4. 5 and 8 of block 56. of Proctor & Green's division of Carson City, Ormsby Comity, Nevada, that the undersigned have commenced an action in the Justice's Court of Carson Township, Ormsby County, Nevada, be- lore u. a, mineren, justice oi tne Peace, to foreclose a mechanic's lien held against said property, and all persons noming nens on saia premises under and Dy 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 ail otner Acts in relation thereto," approved March 2, 1S75, are hereby notified to be and anoear before said Court on the 7th dav of Auinist. 1S77 t in nVWb . u said day and to exhibit then and there the nroof of uieij O T A wtm E? FTI I O HI said liens. P. A. WAGNER & CO.. W I Cm r t I O U It ny T. Corrra, their Attornev. Carson, Nev., July 16, 177' jyl7-law3w Savings Bank Building, Carson City, Nev. All operations known to the dental profession performed n the most approved style. Filling and Treating Exposed Nerves mad sv specialty. Teeth built up with gold to their natural shape and si, and guaranteed to stand the test of time. September 18, 1877. lm LAGER BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY. J. w. Made on the Pacific Coast or anywhere. attended to. . The saloon is constantly supplied with the finest brands YV1XES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 4 GIVE ME A CALL, janltf Fox, M. n. DRS. J. 8. U. FOX & SMART, M. D SMART, JHYSICIANB AND SURGEONS, A TsxTT-V SHOES JACOB KLEIN OFFICE: Waltz's Building, corner nf Kinir aril Cnm- I . v: i - DR. L. J. HOMEOPATHIC HERRICK, PHYS IC IAN, DR. F. J. WHITE, OFFICE: In Matt. Riockel's new bljck, Carson street CARSON CITYJ Office i On King street, at Drugstore, tS" Residence at tbe Whfto Houm. I tended, night or day. varson, veWMc vi, 1S77. SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF HEAVY BOOTS State's Prison, Carson, Nevada. Tor spJc at the rear ot Willis' The attention of tha trail I. n..j.n. !... ,. Call promptly at; above goods. Orders promptly executed. O C. BATTIRJUN, Ward'