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CARSON CITY, NEVADA : FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 15, 1878. NO. 59 VOL 13. SEASON & CO., MORNING APPEAL. Published every morning (Mondays excepted), UNION and STONE GEORGE W. KITZMEYER BIOS FOB STATIONERY FOR THE HAS JCBT RECEIVED HENEY R. MIGHELS, Editor and Proprietor. A Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, General News, and Local Affairs. OFFICE On Secopd 9treet, opposite the southern front of the State Capito" Terms of Subscription: One copy, one year, by mail $8 00 One oopy, six months, by mail 00 One copy, three months, by mail 2 00 Payments on subscription, invariably is auvakc. Thk Appeal will be delivered to the citizens of Carson at 25 Cents per week, ayable weekly to the carrier. Rates of Advertising: iates of advertising can be ascertained 3n application at this ottiee CHANGE OF TIME. JOINT TIME TABLE. TIR61NU AND T R V C K E K CRNTRtlj PACIFIC. EXPRESS FROM KXPBF.8S FROM JOINT TIM 8 TABLK. SAH FRANCISCO. VIRGINIA CITT. Arrive.. 10 45 A. M 10.34 A. M. 10.00 A. M Virginia Gold Hill.... ...Mound House.. Carson Steamboat . . . Reno Truckee Sacramento . . Vallejo . ..San Francisco,. Leave . . . Arrive. . Depart . 6.00 P. M 6.13 P. M 6.45 P. M 7.20) " 7.35 I " 8.27 P. M. Depart . Arrive. . 1.15 " 9.00 I 8.08 A. M. 7.35 A. M. 5.00 A. M. 9.1ft P. M. 6.10 P. M. 4.00 P. U. 9.00 p. M. 11.10 P. M 6.30 A. M 9.10 A. M Arrive. .11.10 A. M Leave. San Francisco time on the C. P. R. R.J Carson time on the V. A T. R. R. , . , , Dinner on the boat rom San Francisco, and Breakfast He no, croin(f East. Breakfast on the boat from Vallejo, going West. SLEEPING CAR daily between Carson and Vallejo. H. M. YERINGTON, General Superintendent V. & T. R. R. A. M. TOWXE, a(tltf General Superintendent C. P. R. R. SOUTHERN TRANSPORTATION COMP'NY MLiNCHABD & WHEELER. Proprietors. Watrons leave Carson on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, ' and SATL KDAIS 01 eacn weea, aim oirvC Threuffh Trip to Bodie in Thirty Honrs! Office with D. W EARL & CO., at irtruiia and rrucKee Freight Depot, Carson. JOHN FORBES, Local Agent. NOTICE. H AVING RENTED TUB. PIONEER SOAP FACTORY, will manufacture the best quality of Chemical Olive Soap. Sal Soda and Washing Powders, And will supply the public on most reasonable terms J. W. DUFFS Carson, September 3, 1S77. SAVE TO LEARN HOW TO DO YOUR IT READ AND HEED HAIR WHAT FOLLOWS. SAVE YOlTIt HAJR. The laws of Health and Longevity demand it, the customs of social lifa require it. The matter is of great importance in every way. BEAUTIFY TOOl. ITAIIU It is the sur passing crown of glory, and for the loss of it there is no compensation. i CULTIVATE TOUR HAIR. For by oo other means! can it be saved and beautified, LYON'S KATHAIRON, Discovered thirty-live years ago by Prof. Lyon, of Yale, is the most perfect preparation in the world for preserving and beautifying the hair. Besides being the best hair dressing ever produced, Lyon's Kathairon will positively prevent grayness, and will re store new hair to bald heads, if the roots and follicles aro not destroyed. It actually performs these seeming miracle., of which the following is A FAIR SPECIMEN. I baa been entirely bald for several years, con stitutional, I suppose. I naed a few bottles of Kathairon, and, to my great surprise, I have a thick jrrowth of young hair. COL. JOHN L. DORRANCE, V. S. A. In every important respect the Kathairon is abso lutely incomparable. It is unonuuled 1. To Cure Baldness. I. To Restore Gray Hair. 3. To Ilemove Dandruff. 4. To Dress and Beautify the Hair. BEAR XS MIND. The Kathairon is no sticky pasto of sulphur and sugar-of-lead, to paint and daub the hair and paralyze tho brain. It is a pure and limpid vegetable lotion, intended to re store the linir by natural growth and reinvigoration. It is splendidly perfumed, nnd the most delightful toilet dressing known. No l.-uly's or gentleman's Mlet outfit is complete without Lyon's Kathairon. POI.P EVERYWHERE. JOHN ROSSER. - PROPRIETOR CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY. rp h B VERY BKHT CUTS OF Beef, Veal. Etc. .Etc Etc, AND ALL KINL-S OF SALTED MEATS. SAU4AGE. TRIPE. HEAD CHEESE, Etc., Etc., Etc.. Constantly on hand at each of the above lWt9 JOHN ROSSUR, Proprwtor. Carson, August 29, 1877. tf A WORD TO DEBTORS PERSONS BOSKOWITZ INDEBTED TO FRANK OF TUB- ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE Are hereby notified that they are expected to settle their accounts with him on or belore tne 1st day of September, 1878. tW THIS August 13, 1878. MEANS BUSINESS ! "5 FRUIT AT WHOLESALE! THE NEW FAMILY MARKET PS PREPARED TO SKLL ALL KINDS Grn.H3E!lSr FRUITS BY THE CASE Cheaper than ever Offered be fore in Carson. J3T Also, will ship Goods to any part of the country. J. B. ANGIUS, Proprietor'' Adams House Block. Cirson, June 7 187S. CEORCE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH TROTS, VEGETABLES, COKFECTIOXS, ETC 11 HE UNDERSIGNED and is daily receiving the HAS ON HAND Choicest Fruits, Freshest Vegetables. Best of Confections. Choice Havana Cigars, Poultry, Ranch Eggs, Etc. N. B. Orderg promptly filled and delivered as per rections. GEORGE PERASICH. Carson street next to Theater Saloon STATE PRISON BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY. A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OP HEAVY BOOTS AND SHOES For sale at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada, The attention of le trade is specially invited to the bove oods. Orders promptly executed. C C. BATTEKMAN, Wa'dei- T. & T. It. B. 8 SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAIN TO BOWERS' MANSION STEAMBOAT SPRINCS. Commencing Sunday, June 23, And continuing on following Sundays antil further aotice a Sp-vcial Train will be run between Yinriuia and Steamboat as follows : Will Leave t Virginia 8:15 a. m. Carson 10:00 a. m. Arriving at Bowers 10:30 A. M. Steamboat 10:55 A. M. Returning i Leave Steamboat Leave Bowers Arriving at Carson Virginia 3:50 P. M. 4:10 P. M. 4:45 p. n. 0:33 P. u. RATES OF FARE Virginia and Gold Hill to Carson and return Si .00 Virginia and Gold Hill to Mowers or steamboat anu return ' 1 50 Carson to Bowers or Steamboat and return 1. 00 Children between 5 and 13 years, one-half reduced rates. tT TicKets ood on Special Irani only, e-s H. M. YERINGTON, Genera Superintendent. E. Xilkk. General Ticket Aifent. je20tf Pistol Lost VFIVF.SHOOTKR PISTIL WAS LOST in Dei-kcr'g Saloon last week. Th finder will be suitably rewanled by lear't.g it t the br of . fat place July 24, 1S78. lw STOCK OF THK LA T ESI Walnut Chamber Suits, Beautiful Parlor Suits, Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tables of aU Kinds. The above (roods all come direct from Eastern manufac tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most desimbie oil finish. I have also on hand a iarge variety f Camp Chairs, Parlor, Offlc. IXnlnjr and Kitchen Chairs, LunfN Spring Beds, Mattreasea, ad Pillow. dee3tf GEORGE W. K1TZMETER, L. MORRIS & Co. JCST RECEIVED 100 do i. Ladies' Striped Hose., 13Hc V pair 150 dox. Children- Striped Hoce.l3eX V pair 30 doz. Ladle.7 Parasols 50c a pieve 750 yds Ex. heavy 3-ply Carpet. 50c $ yard ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION. CAIj nLY May 7, W8. J". IVANCOV IOXI. DEALER IN Groceries, Bear, Oranges, Lemons. Fresh and Dried Fruit. Pineapples, Cherries, Cocoanute, Fifs, Vegetables, Bananas, Grapes, Confectionery, . . . tTesn risn, Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobaceo, Citf Etc Et.f Etc. PLACE OF BC8INESS: No. S, Month Carson street, Capitol, Carson City. op posit Nev. the mv6tf J. IVANCOVICH THE MYSTERY SOLVED. Six Shirts for S7.50! AT FRANK BOSKOWITZ'S, THE ONLY ORE FRIGE STORE IR TOWN DEALER IN men's and boys iOTHIN Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks Valines, Blankets, Mattresses, Etc. .Etc . .El COUNTY BUILDING. , CARSON CITY NFVADA B1V14U MRS. E. E. ADAMS SHKH TO NOTIFY HER OLD friends in Carson and the public at Iars That She is again Pioprietreaa of the ADAMS HOUSE. And would most respectfully ask for their patnuae and encouragement. The Dining Room and Kitchen aro under the Personal Huperviaion Of the Proprietress, and will always be supplied with everything to satisfy the taste of the most fastidious. MRS. E. E ADAMS tellm Carson, February 9, 1&78 SHANE'S SALOON. (Formerly Maee's.) Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City Nevada. DOLF SHANE,. Proprietor. rpBK FINEST WIVFS, CIGARS. LIUUORS AN1J The Most Commodious G a mini? Hall ! Oniiiby County. 3-D RINKS .... 2 Cents" Carson, January 1, 1S7S. INFORMATION WANTED. AMI7KL MURRAY CARR, A CAPTAIN in the New Hampshire reiriineiit commanded h ex- Govemor Harriman, deserted bis wife in lji7. Murray assumed the name of L. N. Carter, and went to New Y ork with a woman named Mary Jane Buriiee, takinjr aiso his children, Lizzie Florence, sed 7J years, and his two sons, Fred Elmer and r rank W eston Carr, the boys bcinir young er than their sister. Carr, with the children aud lluriee woman, left New York on the steamer ''Henry Chauncey," having purchased thromrh tickets to Wellington, New Zea land. It is reported that the children have been sent to a Catholic school, and out1 Oeorge E. Iuie wrote from Sjin rranciscoto New Hampshire, in lso7, thatrhe had recog nized Carr, alias Carter, in a theater in that city. Carr: alias Carter, has since been heard of in Texas, it bein "'J that he and I-ane were faro dealers there. In Texas, as also in Colorado, Carr was known as Steele. Out's wife is a nurse in San Francisco, a heart-broken woman scckine; her children, aud desiring to obtain news of her offspring, beifS the press to circulate the above. Any intelliirencc resfardinif Carr, or more particularly his il;isition of the children, if forwarded to II. R. MIOHFLS, editor of the Mokkino Appkal, Carson City, Nevada, will be thi'iikfuliy received and promptly transmitted to the moil t-r. July 27th. 178. tf NOTICE. MEN WISHING WORK AT THE NORTH Carson mine will apply immediately to the tiuperin- LARGE style of teodent at the Arlington House. A. ei. tJOl'LD, Superintendent. of Nevada. BIDS WILL BE RKCKIVI'D BY THK State Board of Examiners of the State of Nevada up to and including November 'J7, leite, for supplying the fol lowing amounts oi Stationery, more or less, for the use of the State Officers and Legislature of said State, for the te vears commencing January 1st, lh!l, and ending lieceui ber 81, ltU: 10 Reams Letter Paper, 10 II to ream. 10 fUanis Letter l'ar, 9m to ream. 10 Keains Nut Paper, 5 tts 'o ream. 10 Keanis Note 1'ajnr, H ITS to ream. 10 Heams Leai Cap, 12 to ream. 15 Heams Leval Cap, 14 It to ream. 6 Keanis Ix'pil Cap, 16 lbs to ream. 5 Heams Kiifrrossintr Paper, 3 tt U ream. 16 : 31. 3 Keams Enrolling Paper, 44 lt,s to ream. .! x 1'4. ReAnis Miinilia Wrapping Paper, 3C x 40. L M Envelop(. xxx white, 5 Letter 1 M Euvilopts, xxx white, Letter. 1 M Envelopes, xxx white. S Official. 1 M Envelopes, xxx wnite. II Otticia!. 1 M Envelope, xxx white, 10 Otticial. 6 Doz. Ink, Carter's, its. 2 Doz. Carmine. Carter's, 4 ozp, j.'lat-'i fc-r'i-.ers. 1 lKz. Boxes Pens. Gillott s, 303. 3 TVz. Ho.e. (iillott s I'eiw. 40. 1 Ioz. Poxes Vvw. Pacific K. K. 1 Doz. Koxes Pen, Esternrook, (4S. Doz. I$4xet Tens. Eium t'Hiii, lei, turtro.ks. 2 ioz. Mucilage, David e. ts. 1 Doz. .Mucihure StiuiilN, Uoivii'k Pat., 5 oz. J t;ross Mucilage Potties, 4 on. Metal Cap arul Pr-h. 1 GriMs Pencils. Palter s, ronnd. No. 2. 1 Gross Pencils, Faber's, roniul. No. 3. 2 Gross Pencils. FalK.r. hexagon, No. 2. 2 firos Pencil?, Falter's. hex.itrtn. No. :. 1 Keam Blotting Board, Parker's Treasury, liO t. 1 fross Blotting Board in pkuv. 1 lHiz. Boxes Rubber Bunds, iisstirtcd sizes. 2 Doz. Spools Kei! Tape. 1 Doz. Flat Kul.ber Rulers. 14 inch. 1 1W. Fiat Rubber Rulers, in inch. 1 Doz. Flat Ru'rilo-r Rulers, IS inch. S Blank Books, full hound. i x 14; pr. .r. 5 Doz. Ink'tanils. No. a. Safe y. 3 In,z. Inkstands, round wmnlen. Paper Fasteners, McGill's Patent Rounti H. iKle: 5 M, No. 2, inch. 5 M, No. 3, J inch. 3 M. No. 4, 1 inch. 1 M, No. rt, 1J inch. 1 Gross Eyelet Medium. J loz. Eyelet Machines. No. fx. tj Doz. Faber's Ink and Pencil Erasers. sr-Ul. 2 Doz. Faber's Ink and Pencil Eraw rs, iHrcc. 1 LKz. Paper Shears, 10 inch. 1 Gross Faber's Penholders, 17(1. 1 Gross Faber's Penholders, 2 Doz. Twine, 1 tip balls, extra strong, double thick. 1 Gross tuill Pens, Enilih cut. Proposals for furnishing above pa(er "hall be for Caren paer, or " its ellla.', The above to be furnished at such times and in such quantities as may be ordered by eaii' Board Proposals to be accompanied by srood and ssfficient bond, with two or more sureties, in a sum not less than twice the amount of the value f the articles to be ip..lied. The Board reserves the riiht to reject any snd all bids. For further particulars see Statutes of Nevada, 1877, patre 115. Bids to be addressd "Scaled Protowals, B(ard Exam iners. Carson City, Nevada." Bv onler of the lloard. oc2!k13j J. D MIXoH, Secretary. IS THE niSTRICT Sewnd Judicial District ((MKT OF TIIE if the State of Nevada, in anil for the (ountv of Onnshv. Lester Haskell, plaintiff, vs. Sarah M. Haskell, defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Nevada' in and for the Countv Ormsbv, and the com plaint filed in said Countv of Ormsbv, in the office of thei Clerk of stiil District Court. The State of Nevada semi krreetinsr to Sarah M. Haskell, defendant. You are herel required to ap;iear in an action tiroiurht against you by th above named plantiff in tne mstnet oourt of tne Necon Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsbv, and to answer the complaint file therein (a copv of which accompanies this summons within ten days (exclusive of the dav of service) after the service on vou of this summons - if served within this county; or if served out of this county, hut in this District within twenty davs, otherwise within forty davs or judir ineiit bv default will be taken airainst you. This action is brought to dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing lw tween vou aud said plaintiff, on the trround of adultery, an'' alleged against vou by saiu plaintiir, all of which is more fullv and specifically set forth in the plaintiff's com plaint, now on tile in my office. And you are hereby tihcu if vou fail to appear ami answer tnesaiil complain above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in this said complaint Given under inv hand, aud the Seal of the Dis ) trict Court of the Second Judicial District of the SKAL I State of Nevada, in and forthe County of Ormsbv this 13th dav of November, in the year of ou Lord, one thousand eirht hundred and seventy -eiht. ALFRED 1IKLJI, Clerk. Tkknmor Corns Attorney for Mai'itiff. no14-3"kl ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE FOR SETTLEMENT OF HIS ACS6U4TS PREPARATORY TO FHAL SETTLEM NT. ini IS TO NOTIFY ALL PARTIKS IN , ten sted that I hae tiled my final accounts as As signee of the estate of John Dlrick, bankrupt, in the District Court of the I lilted States of the District of e- vada, and that on the 22ud DAY OF NOVEMRF.R, A. D. l7s, I shall a"plv to the said Court at the office of the Hon. E Stkotiikk, Register in Bankruptcy of said Court in Odd-4'ellows' Ruildir-ir, in Yinrinia City, Nevada, at 1 ocliH-k p. u., for the settJcnie:it of my said accounts, and for a discharge from all liability as Assurnee of said estate n accordance to the provisions of Title til, Bankruptcy, of the Revised Statutes of the I nited Mates. ISRAEL CRAWFORD, Assisrnee of the estate of John (.'Wrick, bankrupt. Carson Citv, Novenilr Pith, 1?78. 1219 WELLS. FARGO & CO., Y ANKERS. EXCHANGE AND EXPRESS OFFICE. CARSON CITY, NEVADA From aud after this date Weils, Fari;o & Company wil BUY AND SELL MINING STCCKS. Liberal Margin t Allowed on Apin-oved Stock. Carson, August 25, ls7. JAC03 Hair 3 KILLER'S BATH Tit? EMPCRIL'M. WARM BATHS HOURS. Carson St., next Door to the Court Ho. Canon City, Nev. Ladies Hair Work of all kinds in most substantial manner. up in the best and This Toiisorial Establishment is the most complete in the MUte. Ijalll JAl-OI! MI'LLER, Proprietor. J. II. MARSHALL, AfiENT FOR ME Ml'TltL AND OTHER LEAD ING INSflliNE VOMPANIEH. 7 Office at John . Kvi'a Bookstor. "Xa Cron, January 2C, i87S. a t. ' -i -i ALL IN COKEETT BI.4KK,' NORTH CARSON STREET, CARfrOt CITY. AKVAUJI. H U L E H A L C AND K K T A I L rE.AI.F.F.S N GrROCEHIES, i Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Canned Fruits, Butter, Laid, Grain, Coal Cil AXO ALL ARTICLES VfclALLY KEPT is FIJtST CLASS STOliE Of W.e ku.d tf n,erantilc otvlneir. mraved id which tb) . tW Ciders taken ami Gootig delivered "frj TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE OF ClIAbX? MASON &. CO. Carson, May 5 li6 Steam Cabinet Shop MAISH & TURNER. Corner of Ormsbr anil Second sfreefa, near tne Onnaby Honne, Carson City Nevada w E WOl'lK CALL TIIE ATTENTION of Carpenu-rs. Watroumakt rs. and all other Wini workers to the fact that we can work both Soft and HarT Won! Liuuber to any desired shape. tMft tools prom . and tian-ened in the best manner. We also Sarfaro l.nmhfr, make Tnncntit and Grooved Flooring, Beaded t elling. Parties will do well to irive us a call, as we are i rei ir.. to do tfixd work at reasonable rates. Furnltnr Repairing Wood Tnrninir anif Scroll waiving-. Fmrs Post, and Plt ket in ! e plain or turned or f.nry. Iimj7t1 PACIFIC ICE COKPANY, J. M. BENTON, AGENT, AM NOW PREPARED TO PlItNUI XT ion Daily, in qnantitiee to uit :n.y one, , at Ia,k i rues, tiieir rosiili'iici-s The lee that I furnish In taken from tk. Carson River, formed of Pure, Ho ft, running water, and not from any atairnant pond or un healthy location. Orders left at mv Livery Stable, on Carson street, w. be promptly attended to. .1. M. I'.ENTON. 'elSti Areiit Pacific Ice Coiniiiny BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE. CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS, CA IISON CITY, NEVADA. E LEG A NT PRIVATE C li nages and Hu(.'iris anil spirited 'earns crui always ke obtained. FartU'Hlar attention paid to Im ry horses Attendant on hand Day and Night. nORSES BOARDED BY THE PAY OR WKK UN REASONABLE TERMS. J. M. r.EXTON, rropiiiur Carson, January 20, Ittfi THE HERMITAGE. Opposite the Carson Race Track, cr. Warm Eprjrgs Road. NOTICE TO TIIH TMAVELINO PI BLir. Tl.e above cony little is now oncti iron. ti- nafjiral resource of the wr nfers pecoliar adar.t!i to the thirsty and way worn f 'avcltr. Our drink-an the K-st, and for coobiess mot be excelled. 1 he M Hermit, " WATTY, ' will al ,! Ik; on l and to attend t the wants of his old aud mucn ebemrd fi icnd ho n.; favor him with a cull. Drinks I ? H cent Imported i iquors 25 cent Fancy Drinks 23 cnts Cigars a Specialty. ROBERT CAWDNER, (Late State Surveyor OeuraJ,) No. 3in Pine street. Room No. IS a.a Pranelieo, Callforala. Stito rnd and State Title a Fvi:Jir. Timber Lands Located and Titles l'crfetd 17. H. Mlnwral Patents otUuntl lor Uiue. in t'khf, i gr Nerada.