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NG A A VOL. 11. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1878. NO. 13G 1878. PROSPECTUS 1878. UrJ.OL' and STOBIE; McCOFIFJELL & CO. MORNING APPEAL. Published every morning (Mondays excepted), HENBY R. MIGHELS, Editor and Proprietor. OF TUB ' DAILY COMMISSION MORNING APPEAL. J3HN RPSSER, PQPHIETOFTsTOCK BaOKES, CAPITOL STORE, CORNER KING AND ORMSBY STREETS , CARSON CITY, J HOICK FAMILY GROCERIES Flour, Feed. Hams, Bacon, Butter, Lard, Sugar, Teas, Coffee, A Daily Newspaper, devoted to Polities, General News, and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Second street, opposite the southern front of the State Capito' Terms of Subscription; One copy, one year, by mail One copy, six months, hv mail Oue copy, three months, by mail & 00 4 00 2 GO Payments on subscription, invariably in ahvasce. Tun Awk.m. will be delivered to the citizens of Carson at 23 Cents )ir wc.-k, payable weekly to tlie carrier. Rates of Advertising: Pates of a-he.-tising can lie ascertained on application at this olticc. wamiui.UJUuriiin.JViWAl.iiM miimi GARS9H CITY BHEW5HY, Kirifj street, Cnrson City, paopaisToa-. rnilK VEhV BKST QCALITY OF LACE H EES" Wade on the Pacific Coast or anywhere, Orders promptly attended to. The saloon is constantly supplied with the finest brands WINKS. L,ICU'K"i IT GIVE ME A CALL janltf AND CIGARS. JACOB KLEIN OLD SAZERAC SALOON. A. LEWIS Proprietor. mill WRM. KNOWN ami porri.AR 1. Saloon has been entirely renovated ana reopeneu t the undersigned. A line Is mldeJ to the establishment. A First Class Stock of WINES, LIQUORS r.d CIGARS A'.wavs on hand, anil I will be happy to see and wMt on my friends. !... Carson, January 1, 1H7S. S HA HE'S SALOON. (Formerly Magee's.) Cartoo street, opposite the Capitol. Carson l.iy AevaiiH DOLF SHAME, Proprietor T HE FINEST WIVifS, Llllteiis a.-u CIGARS. Ihr Hlost Commodious Gaming Hall in Utnuby lonniy. (7-DRINKS ... - 12 Cents Carson, January 1, 1S7. Steam Cabinet Shop. mm & TUHNEB, Corner of Ormshy and Serontl streets near the Ormsby House, Carson City Nevada ivi: won,n cam the attextiox of Carpenters, Wagonmakers, and all other Wood workers to tne fact that wo can work both Soft and Hard Wo.nl Lumber to any d. sired shape. Edge tools ground and sharpened in the best manner. We also Surface Lumber, matte Tonened and Grooved tlooiin-, Iieu lt il Ceiling-. Parties will do well to give us a call, as wc are prepared to do food work at reasonable rates. Purniturx Repairing; Wood Turning- anil Scroll avinfr. Fence Pouts an.l Pickets made plain or turned or fancy. mayTtf Carson Water Works. rnae rksrhvoius op this company I are supplied with water from NEVER FAILING SPRINGS, Which fl iw from the Sierra Nevada. By analysis thi water is shown to be perfectly free from all impurities. The mains of this company having IcJen laid in all the principal streets of the city, the Water It Rendered Available to AH within the City Limit. Families, hotels, bars, tables, etc., supplied on favor able terms. CARSON WATER COMPANY tSTOitlve in Orir.shT House Block, Carson street. ri3T!Ct CF DISSOLUTION CF COPART NERSHIP. "TOTtd5 IM IIRRFRY GIVEN? THAT THE eopa.tncrship heretofore existing between Marshall ltobinson and Henry K. Mihels, in tho publication of the Carho Mokninq Ahi'KaL, is this day dissolved by mutual 'conset.t, MarsluUl Kobinson retirinj; from the firm. HENRY K. MIGHELS, MARSHALL ROBINSON. Carson City, January 1, 1S7S CARD OFJHANKS. WE, THE CXDERM-iNEO. WISH TO tender our thanks to Mr. J. A. BRrMSEY, State Apsnt, and Mr. James H. Marshall, City Agent, of the Home Mutual Fire Insurance Company nf San Francisco, for the highly satisfactory and unprecedented manner in which the representatives of the above named tympany have settled their portion ol the logs which we sustained at the late fire on Frisbie's comer. We take great pleasure in recommending the Home Mutual Insurance Company to the insuring public for honest, square, and high toned uealinir. IV ANCOVICn BROS. Canon, January 26, 1878, tAKSOS CITY, JiEVADA. The Proprietor of the Morning Appeal takes this method of informing the puLlic that with the New Year are bejrun certain changes and reforms which, he flatters him self, will make his paper more attractive, as it certainly will Le made more available to every one. Thus, the Price of Weekly Subscription by Carrier IS REDUCED FHOfy! 50 TO 25 SUITS. THE LOCAL I EPA KTSKX T Will be, more than ever, the special feature of the paper. THE POLITICS OF THE APPEAL Will be, as always, ytrietly lilark Kennblioau. or "Kailical; And the editor anticipates with pleasure the probability that in supporting the next Re publican candidate for the Presidency, Le will support GENERAL UK A XT IX 1SS0. Meantime the Appeal will nail the Old Flag to the mast, and neither surrender to the Adherent of the Lost Cause. Nor give its support to a policy which Ileinoliishe.l the Republican Party of tlie South, And sought to Handciitr It in the North. In short, the Morning Appeal will keep on an even keel and stand by the friends of Republican principles, Republican usage and the Republican leaders of tried courage and ability. But the Appeal will be especially valuable as an ADVERSTISINO MEDIl'M, Because of its greatly enlarged circulation. Also it will be, as heretofore, a carefully conducted FAMILY JOIRS.1I- De voted to the promotion of good taste, and Letters, Education and the Arts. THE YEARLY SI BSf RIPTIOX Has been greatly reduced. Tlie new rates are as follows : 15 Y mail : One Year ?S tix Months. 4 Three Months .' Invariably in advance. "ft'S. And now is the time to subscribe : now is the time to advertise; now is the time to begin sending the Appeal to your friends. HENRY R. MIGHELS, Editor and Proprietor Daily Morsixq Appeal. 4.ARCE SPRINGS. CLfcAR WATER, and CLEAN PIPES. I AM PBEPABEIi TO L'RXlSH GOOD, PURE WAT it, And plenty of it, at reasonable rates. Famiiles, Restau: rants and hotels furnished on the most advantageous JI terms. Test the Matter for Yourselves. 1. SWEENEY. Carson, May 7, 1876. A Stitch Sn Time! Don't Throw Away Your Old Clothes ! THOMAS MILLARD, THE MOST skiilful Clothes Cleaner in this State, has removed hib place of business to Carson Street, opposite St. Charles Hotel. 3TWork done Quickly and Cheap. Carson, May 22 187 EiAisiari's FAMILY KESTAURANT, CORNER OF Carson and Teleifraph streets, Carson City. HAVING FITTED XJr pMfoiimnt, rooms at the above .named place, I am prepared to i accommodate my customers and generally. R jjg, Carson, July 25, 1875 J Choice Liquors, Pure Brandy St. WSr.ca C!d Valley Whisky. 'HARDWARE, CROCKERY, PAINTS AND OILS. A FULL LINE OF HOL'SEK rClC lllXCl GOOIll i' Always on ham! an-1 delivers! tree of etiar.-e. iT CALL AND SEE V3 c-.vltf RriXSTEIV e GIUON. Wagons I Wagons J 0 lAilSOX 4 1TY T:l!".KAKi-:S WAlX litit'osiioui . Having received the scene? for the sale of the celebrated Studchakc-r Wagons. 1 am now receivinir wagons Irotn th above manufactory especially adapted to this State, us t h.-y were made from models and patterns sent to the manulau tory by me. 1 also have a tine lot of EXPRESS AND LIGHT SPRING WAGONS On hand. Also. Farm and Road Wagons of my own make. The above Wagons I (guarantee to seil as low as the same stvle 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 OF CAST STEEL AXI.ES. Some very fine Three and One-half Inch Ca?t Steel Axles for logging purposes. Also, all kinds of Hard Wood Lum ber, Waj;un Material, Etc. Also, agent for the celebrated SARVEN PATENT WHEELS. Blacksmithing of all kinds, Carriage Repairing. Etc., Etc., neutlv done Horseshoeing a specialty. Having pur chased the right to the use of the celebrated GOODBXOl'GH HORSE SHOES. (New style, I call the especial attention of horse furriers to the same. HAVING ESTABLISHED A PAINT SHOP, And employed a first class Carriage, Sijrn and Ornamental Painter, I invite esiieeial attention to work, prices, etc. W. D. ToUHEYSON. Comer Third and Carson streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, and comer of Teletrraph and Plaza streets, pio:-ite Keyser A; Elrod's hay yard. Carson, Mav 5, 1877. J.- IVANCOT ion. DEALER IN Groceries, Ertr Oranges, Lemons, Fresh and Dried Fruit, Pineapples, Cherries, Coeoanuts, Ei.--s, Vegetables, Bananas,' GrajMjS, CAnfeetionery, Nuts, Fresh lh, 2 Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc Etc PLACE OP BUSINESS: South Carson street, opposite tlie Capitol, ( arson Citi' Nev. J. IVANCOVICH Etc Vo. 3. mvC'.f NOTICE. f71HOf AVDAFTKR THIS OITE C. W. ' EKIEND ceases to be my agent, and v ill conduct his business at Iris oh.! stand on his own account. lVrsons owtiiu' Mr. Friend, will pkaso call on lion am! lis the bills will be handed to a Collector after a reasonable leicrth of tim ;. J- HAllEK. Ca'-on, January 7, 1S7S, 3d . fl 0 T0 E. XTB, THE TTVrKRioS-n9 WRRCltNTS T T of Carson City, respectfully not'fy the public that our places of business will be elood vX 8 o'clock i'. After (lie 1st iloy of Junnary nsit. F'gnod: OLCOVICH PRO? , L. MORRIS A, CO., HUX1S BROS., MRS. J. SHEYER & CO., E. C. SMITH, JOSEPH PL ATT. FRANK BOSKOWrrZ, J. CERSTLE & CO. Carson, 27th December, 1877. T N TR liiSTItlC'1 rOI'BT OP THE I Vnited nitmt Si.ates. for the District of Nevada. In th,! mat ter of Oeorge W. Chedie. bandrupt. In Bar-.kruptcy. District of Nevada, ss. Notice is hereby given that George W. Chcdic, of Carson City, Ormstiy county, in said District, duly adjudged a bankrupt according to law, has liied in this Court a jietition for a discharge and certificate thereof from all his debts and other claims provable under Title Gl of the Revised Statutes ot the United States, and that TUESDAY, THE 10th DAY OF JULY, A. D. S77, at It) o'clock a. M. of said day, in open Court in Carson City, Onnsby 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 apjiear and siiow cause, if anv they have, why the praver o tbe petitioner should not be granted. T. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. Carson City, June 20, 1877. PROBATE NOTICE. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH IT Jol John P. Elliott and George D. Fryer have filed in my oilice a petition praying the probate of a document pur porting to be the last will and testament of Thomas W. Leg-get, deceased, and the issuance to them of letters testa mentary on the estate of said deceased; and that the hear ing thereof has been set for the 12th DAY OF FEBRU ARY, 1878, at 10 o'clock A. M., in the Second Judical Dis trict Court, in and for Ormshy county, Nevada, when all parties interested will be heard, if they appear. ALFRED HELM, Clerk of said Court, January 21st, 1S7S. laAi3w Wells & Stewart, Attorneys for Petitioners. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION THE PVRTVERSHIP RETWEKV . A. Mannony and J. Constantin in the Restaurant business has been dissolved, and the undersigned will not be re gponnsible for any debts contracted fev J. Constantin, from and after this date. F. A. HANNOJi Y. Carson, January 1, 1878. ,CARIO.V STREET, CARSON PITY. rp H K X K H Y U E. S T COTS O F ,Et Etc Et. AND ALL KINDS Oi" .ILT!-"J 1EKATS !.trA(.l, TRIPE. HE IE- fSSEKSf'", Etc., Etc.. Etc., ConstanC.Tcn bin.! at each of the above .(laces JOHN UOSSKR, Pr-t.rie'ior. Carson, A-.:s.-.i.-t if.. U CtMMErJCES FOR or STMB OF NhVAhA. '". v:v ok Ormsbv, I District oit 1 i:. ski rn:o. Am-psn's Okficb. I rno i iin foi.lowi ; .M'iri) dekkvii. I ant-. ami to ail owners of. or claimants to. the rail estate or improvements tin win, or improvements when assessed sep-'i-atelv, hereinafter described, known or un known : You are hereby notified that suits have been com menced in tin; District Court oi the Second Judicial Dis trict of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Onnsby. b'-Iileu at the Court lie-on', in the County I'.uild-in-.-s in Carson I'iiy. in sai,l eo:i-ity, by the St-ite of Nevada, plaintiff, arahist each of the defendants hereinafter named and each of the following described tracts or puceis of land, with the improvements thereon, and improvements when separately assessed, anil all owners of. or claimants to, the same, known or unknown, to recover the tax and delimnienev assessed to said iii fendaut against said proper ty, for the fiscal year commencing the 1st day of January, A.l. 177, and endiiigthe :i!st day l December, A. D. Ifc77. and that a Summons has been duly issued in eachei-e: and you are further notified, tiiat unless you appear and answer tlie eonipl .int tiled in said ean-e. on or before the 11th DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. IsT-S. judgment will be taken against you. and the real estate and improvements herein described, for the amount of tax and delinom nev soee'.Se.l and eoi-ts of suit: the lands and improvements herein lie-crihcd being situated in Carson Township, (r:ns bv Countv. State of Neved.. : "C'orbett Brothers- Tne Ariiti.-t.m Ib.n-e IiliK-k, Ixiinir bh.ek number tlitv-six i.iii f I'roetor & Crecn's divi -ion of Carson tiit;.. onnsby county. Ntvada. with the Arhr.;rton House and two dwelling houses situated in reon, and household furniture valued at s,:,i o. a;:-l wagons valued at sJfo. all in gold coin of the United Mates: upon which tile taxes for said year amount to said sum of SMI lj'2-100, which amount, as isailegeii. you have failed and refused to pav. wherefore plaintiff demands judgment against you for jhe sum of -s:'41 fi:-luo. with :i0 ier cent, damages thereon, together with all costs, fees and percen'a.'es accrued since the assessment of sa d taxes. Tax and delinquency, twelve hundred and seventv-one and ls-iou (,l,271 1SI doll.irs. D. G. Corbet t The w hole of block number sixtv-six in Muster's division of Carbon City, Nevada, and the im provetnents thereon: and the following hits and blocks of land in Corbett's addition to said Carson City, to wit : Lots live (;"), six (in. seven (7), eight (s), nine !0, ten (10) in block number (one) 1 ; lots three (:i , four (t). five (5) and -ix (CA in block number two ('); and also lots seven (7), eight (s. nine (li) and ten (in) in block number two (-J); and lots five (;) and six (li) in block numbi r three (.:); and lots one (1). two (-'"!, three (S). four (J ), nine (:)) and ten(10) in block number' tive (oi: and lots two (21, three (H), four (4). live (5) six (!. s veil !. eight (81. nine (')) and ten ( 0) in block number seven i7); and the whole of blocks num ber eight (9), nine (ft), ten (lu) and eleven '(ID: also all that portion of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section eight township fifteen (la) north, range twenty (-Jti) east. Monte lii-ib'.'o base and merid'an: and that certain tract of laud co-itaining eight and -lrt (S.ti) lere-s, kito'.vn as I'orbett's Piifk: also person, d jro;ierty as follows, to wit: household furniture valued at five hundred dollars, jeweirv at one hundred dollars and wagons valued at five hundred doliifs ; all in gold coin ot the United States, upon which the taxes for said year amount to said sum of S:I0 so-iOn, v.tneh amount as is alleged, von have tailed and refused to pay; wherefore, plaintiff "deimiods judgment again.--; you for the sum of iilo Mi-ioo, with :'" per cent dam iges and penalties there on, togetii r with ail costs, fees and jHTccnCges accrued therein since th. asse--sni-.:nt. of said taxes. Tax and de !iti(iuen :v, lour hnuurvi and uiiictecn and os luo (-419 &s) dollars. Mercedes Ranga Lot r.utnbcr nine (n) in block fourteen (14) oi Sears. Thompson & Senrs' division of (.'arson City, Ne.a.la, with dwelling iionse thcrcn; and lot number eight !-), an.l the Cast fo-ry-foi-.r ( If ) feet of lot number nine. '.') in block twenty -seven (27) of Scar. Thompson t Sears' division of said C.ir-on City: and household furni ti'.r ard one piano aliie.l at ifl.Vi, and i"Y7n0 on deposit in the Carson Ci'y havings Bank, upon which the taxes for siid vearaniount'tosaid sum of 42:i 23-Ion, which amontit asisai-egeJ jam have failed and refused to j-ay; where fore plaintiti' demands judgment aiaimt you for the sum of l-2:i 2;i-P'hi, w i'li in per cent., and a. niriher 25 nr Cent, of damages thereon (in a'.I n5 per cent.), together with all eosts, fees and percentages aeenied since the assessment of said taxes. Tn and delinquency, live hundred and Seven-ty-ofis and Sli-lOc (.f:"ol dollars. TRENMOR COFFIN, District or Prosecuting. Attorney, Ormshy county, Nevada. S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff of said county of Ormsby.f J:.nuarv 5, lt'73. SHERIFF'S SALE. 1Y VIRTI'E 'OP A DFCRF.E ANF OR " derof Sale issni out of and under the seal of the Honorable Second .tr-.dieiai District Court in and for the Ormsbv County, State of Nevada, on the lStn day of Dc cn ber D.1S77. and attested on the 20th day of De ecniber.' A.' D. LS77, in favor of Jacob Muiler, plaintiffs, and against II. K. Clou tie r.n.l Agnes Clouette, defend nants, in the sum of l.o!2 Sf. principal, and eo-tsot suit taxed at 4- also interest since the Kith day of Decem ber K. D. 177, oil -tr CO at the rate of two (2) pcrj-eiit. per'month until piud. and in!, rest on . and 42 JO costs at the rate of teii(!o)pt-r .-cut. per annum from s.me date until pud, all in Unit.... States gold e,n. together with Clerk's accruing est ui tne s.irn ot sd costs which mav hereafter accrue, to me direct.l, com-mand-ing me to sell certain real p.-olcrtv described in said Decree and in pursuance thereto, 1 have levied upon and will ex.tse at public auction, to the highest bidder, ... front of the Court House door In said Ormshy county on the 11th DY OF JANUARY, A. D. ls.s. between the hours of 0 a. M. an.l 5 r. ... to wit: at 1 o clock : p M., the real property set out in said Decree. and dcsOnbed as fol lows to wit" All that piece or parcel of land situated in Carson Citv,' Ormsbv County, State of Nevada, and known and designated on "the official map thereof as lota num. bered eight (o) and nine(:) m bio- k numbered thirty -three C) of Sears, Thompson and Sears' Division of said Carson Citv Nevada, together with the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances tiierci-u oe.ougo. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carson Citv, December 24. is. .. T. W. W. Davikh, Plaintiffs Attorney. DISSOLUTION CF P&3TNE3SHIP. rnffK PARTNERSHIP nEHETOFORE 1 existing between the undersigneil, under the firm name of Hobart, Martette A Co., is hereby dissolved, H. C. Raymond retiring. The business will be continued under the firm name of Hobart & Marlette, by W. S. Hobart and S. H. Ma-leite, who alme are authorized to collect all bills, and will pay all indebtedness of the late firm. W. S. HOBART, 8. H. MARLETTE. 11. C. KA.YMOND.5r Virginia, Nevada, January 5, 1S78. lOd CORHTR OF i C A m 3 0 S ASD FRDCTCR STHFtTS, t'AEMIX CITY, SEVACA.- Taught, Sold and Carried ca margins. Liberal Advances rr A7lve ? c-ront. uctitf Rice & Tickner, niiKHKlt P.ilRlNCi: AGEXTfe, caiison city, nevada. ac::n'is fou .iltmi, Firi-rasn'a Fund, Norih Krltisli an I JFerca aiiit. "Scoitsxh i'ommercDii. I oniloti A Liverpool tfe fthib1, Roy.i, Imperial, Xo'fhun and ineen. t omm.rcial Union. Sccial attention given W oody ard risks. au2etf J. D. KEftSEY, Miciler CAMSON CITY SAVINGS 0A?IX. 8AKKER5, CHGKtSS AIVD FiHt JSSUR ArVCt AGENTS. CARSGN CITY, NEVADA. MINING STOCKS BOUGHT AND VOLS as l'N!SSlO'. iL?"Liberal Margies alloweil on Approved S.iks.'i San Fraiicisco Correspondent Latham .S. Carson, September l, 1S77. NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS. 4 LL PFRSON3 HAVING STOCK AC Xjl counts with McCOMNELL & CO. Are hereby notified that the lute-rest on same has l int reduced to ONE PER CENT, per month. sepl m McCONNELL & Oil. J. H. &1AB8HAIL, AGENT FOit OME Kl'TFiL AND UTUfR LKAU- II 1NG INSCilANITK COMPANIES. y Office at John G. Kiis'j Ro-jkstore. ""fl Carson, January 20, 1S7S. W!1S, FAFiOO & C0f ANKCR;. EXCHANGE AND KXPIT.!:5i OFFIGK. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. B From and after this date Wells, Firgo .v. Cmp.-y uUl S'jr AND SU RTlMiMS STOCKS. Liberal MarKl Alloweil on Approved StOCtLli. Carson, Au.gat 25, 1377. GEORGE W. KITZMEYEE HAS rJST REC2IVF.I) A LIRGE STOCK CF TKK LATEtai J. styles of 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 tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most detdniU oil finish. 1 have alBo on baud a large variety utu Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office. Dining Kitchen Chairs, Lounge. Spring Beds, Mattresses, and Pillows. dec3U GEORGE W. KlTZMEYER DR. F. J. VHITE, Office t On KInp street, at rear ot Willis' Drugstore, Residence at th White House. Colli- promptly at tended, night or dav. Carson, October 10, U77.