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CARSON CITY, NEVADA: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1877. VOL. 11. NO. 80. MORN AP MORNING APPEAL. Published every niominif (Monday excepted), bt EOBINSON k MIGHELS, HCY&T R. klieilELf. ACUI.'LL ROBINSON. Publishers am! Proprietors Daily New.papc, Je3ted to Politic, Ceimral News, a lid Local Affairs. OFF1CE- On Seeid rtrect, opposite tl.e southern front of tiie State Capito" Terms cf Subscription; One copy, one year, by mail One copy, six months, by mail ...?1'2 00 . . . 6 SO Ouc copy, three months, by mail 00 Payments on subscription, ixvariablt is adva.ncb. There will be no deviation f.om this rule. Tmk Aitkal will be delivered to the citizens of Carson at Fifty Cents per week, payable weekly to the currier. Rates of Advertising: Kates of advertising can be aseertuined on a. pliectiou at this eliiee. GEORGE W. XXTZMEYER HAS JUST RECEIVED i L RGB xi. styles of Bl'jrK OP THE LATKSl Wainut Chamber Suits, Eaautiful Parlor Suits, Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tafciss of all Kinds. The above goods all come direct from Eastern manufac tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most desirable : finlsi!. 1 have also on hand a large variety o3 Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office. Dining and Kitchen Chairs, Lounges, Sprlngf Be-Js, Mattresses, and Fillows. ileeSlf GEORGE W. KITZMEYER. Wagon Wagons ! s C "1 A RSOS CITY STI DEKAIiEIS WAl ilLIVSUUiil. Having received the acreney for the sale . if the celebrated St idehukcr Wagons, I am n -.w weiring wagons from the above manufactory esjieeiaily adapted to this State, as they were made from models and patterns sent to the manufac tory by me. I also have a line lot of EXPRESS AND LIGHT SPBIXG W1GOXS On hand Also, Farm and Road Wagons of my own make. The above Watfons I guarantee to sell as low as the same stvle of Wagons can be purchased for in Sacramento C-.ty. with the addition of freight from Sacramento to Carson. 1 have also on hand and lor sale AliL SIZES OF CAST STEEL. AXLES. Some verv fine Three and One-half Inch Cast Steel Axles for Io""h:" purposes. Also, all kinds of Hard ood Lum ber, Wagon -.Material, Etc Also, a-ent for the celebrated SASYE?J PATENT WHSiLS. B'.acksmithhig of all kinds. Carriage Repairin .'. Etc. ilaviu: Etc., : per- neatly uone. ehaL J the ri Morse shoeing a soeeialty. rht to the use of the celebrated GOODfiSot ua UCHSE SHOES, (New style), I call the especial attention of horse farriers to the same. HAY! MS ESTA3LI iHED A PAIKT SH3P, And emiiloved a first class Carriage, Sijru auil ()rna;;ifciital lainter. I iiivite es'ieeial attention to work, prices, etc. W. D. TOKKEYSOX, Comer Third and Carson streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, and corner of Teievraph and i'iaza streets, opposite Keyser & Elrod's hay yaru. Carson, May a, 17 1. DR. L J. GZAPKAY'3 PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 209 Kearny st, San Francisco, ESTABLISHED IN 1834. For the Permanent Cure of all Special and Ctaronic Uiseaseg, as also all Female Complaint and Diseases of the Nervous System. mH IMMBA'SE DBS mi'CTiOJi OK HIT- I man life annually from secret and chronic diseases, caused this old and reliable Institution to be established first in Philadeliihia, Penn., in lbfto, and afterwards m San Francisco, Cal., in 18,, as a private dispensary, m order to afford tie afflicted the best medical and surgical tieatnient for the above and all other affections and complaints. Consultations at tiie institute or by letter, FREE. To the AUUcted: Dr. L. J. Czapktty 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 reopened bis MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE and resumed the practice .if his profession. The doctor would remind all those who are in need of medical aid, that since relinquishinir his verv extensive and successful practfr-e in San Francisco, he has"isited the principal cities in Europe, iusiectiiii 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 and kidneys, liver complaints, etc., successfully treated. Those who"are sufferincr 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., au25-lv 209 Kearny St., San Francisco. A Stitch in Time ! Don't Throw Away Your Old Clothes ! rp HO SI AS MILLARD, THK MOST L skillful Clothes Cleaner in this State, has removed his place of business to Carson Street, opposite St. Charles Hotel. fSTWork done Quickly and Cheap. Careen, May 22, 187 - GREAT BARCA.filS DRY GOODS AND SKOES ! 'HOLIDAY goods AND HOLIDAY PRICES ! MARK A SPECH1.TY OP SHOES! OUR PRICES! SILKS! DELAINES WOOLEN GOODS UCES LACES ! ALSO IACES ! CARPETS, FURNISHING druggists. GOODS, I And in all respect ' ever seen in Carson. tlic finest assortment of Dry God- COMK AND LOOK mrs. .lAt'oii December l' Is77. SHEYER J: Co. SHERIFf'S SALE. 1 Y V1KTI K OF A DECREE AND Oil 8 Jl der iri a!e i.-ue: ier d ale i.-ued out o: an.l uo'ter the. sea of tt,- Hoii'r.ible Second Judicial District Cunt m and for too t'rmsby t'lHiii;;.', Stale f Nevada, on the th day of De cenihcr, A. !. Is77, and attested on the 'joth day of De cember, A. I . 1377, in favor of Jacob Mulier, plaintiffs, and aizainst II. F. t'louette an ! Ajrues t'louette, defcml nants. in the sum of sl,0!ii principal, and costs of suit taxed at "42 also interest since the I.itli day of Decem ber. A. D.-ls77. on s02 00 at the rate of two ('!) jt cent, per month until paid, and interest on : :to and 42 B'j costs at the rate of tenllOipcr cent, per annum from same date until paid, all in I nited States foi,! coin, together with Clerk's accruir.sf costs in the sum of s:t To. and all cists u-i.ieJ, iii:v herc:;fter accrue, to me directed, coni- nisiiilititf mo to sell certain real protierty dcscril.ed in said Decree, and in pursuance thereto, 1 have levied upon mi I "will expose at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of tiie Court House, door in said Onusbv c-intv, on the loth DAY OF JANTARY. A. D. 17S, lietweeti the hours of 0 a. v. and .i i: M.. to wit : at 1 o'clock p. m., the real property set out in said Decree and described as fol lows, to wit: All that piece or parcel of land situated in Cars. and hero. en. n City, Ormsl.y County. State of Xevada. and known designated on the oilicia! map thereof us lots num 1 ei'-iht M and nine (11) in block numbere! thiny-three if Sv.ir-. Thompson and Scars' Division siid Carson City. cva-ta, to-tlier with the tenements, hereditament and aiipnrU'iiaisees theieto heloicjinc;. S. T. HWIYT, Sheriff, Carson Citv. Oecenibcr 24. 1v.T' T. W. V. I'iaviks, I'iaintiii's At:..nv:'". SHERIFF'S SALE. BYVIRTl'S OP A IJKCPEK AMI ORKKR of sale issued out of in 1 under the - si of the Hon orable Second Judicial District Court, in and for the coun ty of Ormshy. State of Nevadn. on a judgment ..britii-.U tiierein on the :!oth day oi ovemter. A. i '. attested on the oth dav of December. A. D. Is7,. in lavor of Oillson ami Harl.er, 'p!aiuii!"s. and acainst Rolh-n iinj son and Jennie Simpson, his wife, defendants, f-.r the principal sum of Five Hundred (s.eoo) Dollars, with inter est thereon to date of judgment, amounting to the sum of Fifty-four and 4S-loo (s;.4 4sX together with si on as attor nev's fees, and costs of this suit taxed at Sal l.'-loo; said sums amoiintm.tr in the au'irrcirate to Seven Hundred and Five and OM-loo dollars in United States trohl coin, and th.at the sai'l principal sum of s;.o0 bea;-s interest froni the date of judi-ineht at the rate of two and one-half (-ii) per cent, i i r month, and Clerk's i.ecruiiii costs in the sum of s4 so-Htn, and all costs which may accrue by reason 01 a.l vertisinu', commissions of sale, etc., all in t"ld coin of the United Slates, and to me directed, eommaiidiuir me to sell certain real property set out in said Decree and Order of Sale, to satisfy the the above demand, to wit : That cer tain piece of land in Carson City, Ormsby Cmmty, State of Nevada, called and known as and heinjr the whole of Lot Number Five (,i) in Dio.-k Number Sixty-three (i;:!i, in Proctor and Green's Division of said Carson City ; and in pursuance thereto, I have levied upon and will expose at niiblic auction to tiie highest and best bidder for cah in United States eold coin, on MONDAY. Til K ::ist DAY DECEMUKi;, A. D. IsTT. in fr .iit of the Court Hou-e door, between the hours of ;.' ... i. ami . r. v.. to w it : at One o'c! c'i v. .v.., ail of the real ; .p..rtv deserihed r. above. s, t. svnrr, Snerrir. Carson City. December 0. Is, ,. T. D. EiovAKiis. Attorney for !'i il.liffs. HOTICi TOT!CE IS nRRKBV CIVRV THAT THE 1 liclinoucnt Tax List of Oniishv County, Nevada, for the year A. I. IsTT, has this day been delivered to Tren mor Coffin, District or ProsceiUhiir Attorney of said conn ti- ilolv cert.iiied bv me. and unless the deiinaucnt taxe therein' sueeitied ;nv iiaidto the Treasurer, as ex officio Tsiv UeeiMver within tweiitv davs from the first publica tion of this Notice, to wit: "Within twenty days from the J'.lth dav of November. A. D. 1T7, action will be com meneed by said District or Prosecuting-Attorney lor the collection of said taxes and costs. FRED. D. TURNER, County Auditor. Auditor's Office, Carson City, Nevada, )v November SHU, 177. ) 2ot f THK OISTHICT COURT Oi? THE SEC ond Judicial District, Ormsby County, Nevada. P. A. Warner & Co., plaintiff, vs. Catharine Lulkin, et a'.s., de fendants. NOTICE TO PERSONS CLAIMING LIENS. All persons claiming liens upon Lot 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and G. in Rloek 48, Sears. Thompson & Sears' Division, or upon the water piie and water privilege connected therewith and leading thereto, under Acts to secure liens to mechanics and others, arc hereby notified that the plaintiffs com menced an action in the above cause and Court, on the 2Tth day of November, 1877, to foreclose a mechanic's lien upor the above described land and the dwelling house sit uate thereon, and to he and apjiear before the said Court, at the next regular term thereof, to wit: on the FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH, A. D. Is73, then and there to ex hibit their said liens and the proofs thereof. ROET. M. CLARKE, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Carson City, December 10th, 18T7. lawSw TVTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IX l pursuance of an Order of the District Court of the Second Judicial District in and for the County of Ormsby, and State of Nevada, made on the 8th day of August, 1877, in the matter of Guardianship of the persons and estate of Charles T. Smith, Clara Smith, Alice Smith, Egar Smith, and Ema Smith, the undersigned, the guardian of the said persons and estate, will sell at private sale to the high est bidder for cash, gold coin of the United States, on the p'th DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. Ib78, subject to confirm ation of the said District Court, at the law office of T. D. Edwards, at No. 7 King street, all the right, title, interest of the said minor heirs in and to that said piece of land situate lving and being in the County of Douglas, and State of Nevada, and described as follows, to wit: WThat is known as the Warm Springs or Smith Ranch ; terms and condition of sale: cash, gold coin of the United States, on dav of sale. ., deci4 W. II. SMITH, Guardian. TIIE DISTRICT COURT OP THE ITi United States for the District of Nevada. In re R. E. Kcllv and T. R. Hot r. bankrupts. Notice is hereby" iriveu that R. E. Kelly and T. R. Hofer, of Carson City, tirmshv county, District and State of Ne vada, heretofore duly" adjudged bankrupts according to law, have filed in this Court a jietition for a discharge from all their debts and other claims provable under Title HI of the Revised Statutes of the United States; and that TUESDAY', THE 25th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M., in ojien Court, at Carson City aforesaid, have been appointed as the time and place for hearing the game, when and where any person interested may apjiear and show cause why said petition should not he granted. T. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. Carson City, September 14, 1S77.-W mcCOUUELL6L CO. COMMISSION STOCK S5IIOKEKS, CORNER OF CARSON AND PROCTOR STREETS, CARSON CITY, SEVADA. 3VIi:rii:ni StOClSLS I IJaught, Sold and Carried on margins Libera! Advances n ocfltf Active Accounts OPJIG and STOIJE JOHN ROSSER, - PaOPH!TOH CAR-iOX STREET. CAKSO.N' CITY, E VERY BEST CUTS OF Boof, Veal, Etc. .Etc. .Etc. AND A. KLNI. 5 OF HALTED .MEATS, SALVAGE. TKIPE, HEAD CHEESF, Etc. hand Etc. Constantlvou each of tiie above dlaees. JOHN . tf ROSSER, Proprietor. Carson, August io, - pho mm publico. URCEsT rtinent of AND .TOST COMPLETE GOODS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS. CARPET In the St id at j,Tt.at sacrifice. CHESS GOODS OF ALL KSFsDS, SUITi.VGS, all Textures and Shades, TRIMMl.VsSS to Match., Misses and Children's Cloaks, A SPECIALTY. CARPETS. KUCiS. MATS, FURS, SEALSKIN, SABLE, MINK. $"Call iarly and been offered. secure the best bargains that have ev L. MORRIS & CO. Carson, November 3, 177. GEORGE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH FRUITS, YEG ETABLES, CONFECTIONS, ETC mnn undersigned has on hand X and is daily receiving the Choicest Frnits, Freshest Vegetables. Best of Confections, Choice Havana Cigars, Poultry, Ranch Ejrgi, Etc. N. B. Orders promptly filled and delivered as per rectious. GEORGE PERASICH. Carson street next to Theater Saloon. ROBERT GARDNER, (Late State Surveyor General,) No. 310 Pine Street, Room No. 18, San Franclsc", California State Lands and State Titles a siieeialty. Timber Lands Located and Titles Perfected U. S. Mineral Patents obtained for Mines in California or Nevada. duel a DR. F. J. WHITE, Office I On King street, nt Drnystore, rear ot Willi' tiHT Residence at the White House. Calls promt!! at tended, night or day. Carson, October 10, lev 7. MASON & CO., IN CORBETT BLOCK, NORTH CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY. nKValiA, "y HOLtMLE AND B E T A I I. DEALERS IN G-B.OCBHIE i Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tir, mware, Canned Fruits, Batter, Lard, Gram, Coal Oil AX;J ALL .'AflTICLKS USUALLY KEPT FIRST ASS STORK Of?4the kind of mere Imsiiuss a-ed vhith thev are S3" Orders taken and Goo.ls deliv J "2L6 TO ANY PART OF TIIE CITY FKEE OF CHARGE MASON &. CO. Carson, Aay 1ST Rico & Tickn 1 E X E K A L IXSVR. ACS A G K -NTS, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. AGENT i Foil .Et nn, Fireman's Fisnil, North British and Mercantile, Scottish Commercial. I.on;3on Liv -rpool Glob, Koyal, Imperial, Northern 2.nd Queen. C'Qinmtrriul Union, special attention ',ivcn Woodyard risi atriolf J. R KERSEY, Solicitor. 3m XVAMTOOVIOir, DEALER IN Groceries, Oranges, Lemons, Dried Fruit, Fresh anil Pineapples, Cherries. Coeoanuts, Figs, Vegetables, flaiiaiias, Grapes, Confectionery, Nuts, Fresh Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc Ktc Etc PLACE OF BUSINESS: No. 3, South Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City, Nev. myCtf J. IVANCOVICH 2P U it 33 "7CL?-fc?JJL-t.. 4.ARCE SPRINGS, CLtAR WATER, and CLEAN PIPES. AM PREPARED TO FURNISH GOOD, X PURE WATER, And plenty of it, at reasonable rates. Families, Restau rants and hotels furnished on the most advantageousJI terms. Test the Hatter for Yonrselves. V. SWEENEY. Carson, May 7, 1876. HOTICE TO CUSTOMERS. LL PFRSONS HAVING STOCK AC j. counts with McCONNELL & CO. Arc hereby notified that the interest on same has been reduced to ONE PER CENT, per month. Bepl m HcCONNELL li CO. CHANGE OF TIME. JOINT TIME TAIH.K, yinoiM and truckkk CHNTRA L PACIFIC. KXTRKsS PKOM rxra.'ss )KOH JOINT TIMK TABLE. ! FRANCISCO. Tir.otSlA CITT. Arrive. M 4f a. M. 10.34 A. M. 30.00 a. . 1.15 1 " 9.00 t " S.OS A. V. Virginia 'Leave... fi.fio r. M ..Cold Ilii! I .i:i r. M 0.45 v. M T.'iu) ' 7.3.". t' " . ..Mound House.. . Depart AiTive. Carson . .Steamboat .... liuno Truckee . .t-acraint-iilo . . . .... Vallejo -Sun Francisco. . . Arrive. . Dijieit . t.L, J. M. y.i 0 i: u. 11.10 r. m ;.:fi a. m !0 a. J .10 A. X .Sn A. M. :..oo a. y. y.in t. m. (i.m r. ii. Leavt . 4.00 1'. v. Arrive. I San Francisco time on the C. P. R. R.; Carson t.me on the V. i T. U. K. Dinner on the boat from sail Francisco, ami Freak fast ilteno, jxoin-r Last. I'.reakfast on the boat from Vallejo, Komir West. SLEEPING CAR daily between Cais..n and Vulicjo. i:. m. yi:iun;to. Gtr.end Su; eriiendent . T. it A. M. ToHNF. altf Ucneml Superinti'ieieiil C. P. II, It. A.'sO HOLIDAY 74 YS. f .1 AXLY t. BOM. RKRL1XWOOI.S, YAIl.VS I'ATl'I.UN.-, ETC. ier and General Ncvvsp.icr Atfe lid u tiotl- Mas IlLM sale and Ketall Dealer ill Sheet .Music, Watches, Jewelry. Spi e llistriliuelits, Toes, 'utlel v, t'er tubs. Ilrilslies, Scears. 'I ol.aei oks. St: Mcer-chaum I'ljies, Etc.. Etc. a :.ew iii.a.ice of ;un. Pistols, and Ainiiiii niiioii. of every dcseri;(t;.,!i. k!y fiiitcrprisc. Virginia Chronicle. Caliioi s. and l-iasieru Periodicals, M-tLa'-iiCs. Etc., Just ret ed. Dai and V .ewsj.ape,s, t pi'iimptiy to ai Europe, . fi;t:d. iihook 1 Next il part of tiie Coast. Eastern States ..r tilU lowest possible 1Mi-.. CAilSOX CITV, N EVA!" . r to tin- ( arson Tl i at r. OARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK. SAKXESS, PHOKCFtS AND FIRE ASCI .SEHTS. I !: ! CAflaCN CITY, .MININ STOCK 4 BOUGHT A XL 01!M!.. OI.T) M trains allov.ci Correspondent . ti miier 1, IsTT. Appro'.cd n Fra Cars .Latham A; Ki'u NOTICE. I X G RENTE I T II i: PlCmn SDAP FASTGP.Y, I will manufacture the best ip'.alitv of ' Chemical CJiva Soap, Sal Sccla ar.c! Washing Powders, And aile'c on most ri .1. V. 1.1 I Carson, Sep:eii:ler :!, 1 77 Four- fost Wood I PERSONS stoc'i oi VV. DESIRING id for the comiae TO LA V w inter at IN A C:EAT BARCASNS, Cannot possibly do belter than to apply to tin. iliiiiersi.oeil NUT PiflE, imZ'-NuQU & SPLST WOOD All in Four-loo. Lengths, fiT Prices to suit the hard times. IVANCOVICH PROS., Fruit stand. Carson street, nct to Fox's Ii lokstoiv. October 1, ls77. tf IT THU DISTRICT COURT, SECOND Ju dicial District, u and for Onnsby County, 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 apiH-aringto this Court from the jietitioti this day presented and filed by W. II. Smith, the guardian of the liersou and estates of Charles F. Smith, Clara Smith. Alice Smith and Emma Smith, minors, .raying for an order of sale of certain real estate bclonidng to his wards, that it is necessarv, and would be beneficial to said w ards that such real estate should be sold; it is hereby ordered that the next of kill of the said wards, and all persons interested in the said estate, apar before this Court on .MONDAY, THE 21 DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1XTT, at ten o'clo -k a. m., at the Court room of this Court, in the County of ( irmb, then am' 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 order he published at least four successive weeks before the said day of hearing in the Mokxino Aitkal, a newspaier print ed' and published in said county of Ornisbv. Dated June 23d, 1S77. S. H. WRIGHT. District JuJge. State of Nevada, County of Ormsby, SS. I, Alfred Helm, County Clerk, and ex'ofhcio Clerk of the Second Ju dicial District Court in und for said County and State, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full and correct copy of ihe original order of said Court, in the matter abme stated, as the same appears on tile and of record in my office. In testimony whereof I have hereunto si t my j r )hand and the Seal of said Court this twenty -third i Lt' (day of June, A. D. 1ST7. ALFRED HELM. "Clerk. VfEVADA SULPHUR COMPANY. Lora- tion of principal place of business, Carson City, Ormsby county, Nevada. Location of works, Onnsby county, Nevada. Notice is nprvliv given mat at a meeting of the Board of Trustees, held on the Second day of March, A. D. 1B77. an assessment (No. 2) of hour (4) Dollars per share was levied uon the eapital stock of the couiian , payable immediately in f luted Males gom com, to t lie Secretary of the company in Carton City, Nevada. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the IStli dav of June, A. I. 18i , will tie ucliiKiuent, ami advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the lbtn day of July, is.i, to pay the delinquent assessment together with costs of advertising and e, jiciises of sale. I'.y order of the Hoard of Trustees. THOMAS L. SMITH, Secretary. Carson City May 19, 1877.