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VOL. 13. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1878. NO. 63 MORNING APPEAL. UNION and STONE GEORGE W. KITZMEYEE BIDS FOR STATIONERY FOR TUB MASON & CO., HAS JUST RECEIVED Stale OffiMii nm I Lefrtalature of the State Published every luorumg (Koudare excepted), BY HENRY R. MIGHELS, Editor and Proprietor. A Daily Newspaper, devoted to Politics, General News, and Local Affairs. OFFICE Ob Second street, opposite the southern front of the State Capito' Terms of Subscription: One eopy, one year, by mail 8 9 One eopy, six mouths, by mail 4 00 One copy, thrse months, by mail 2 00 Payments on subscription, invariably in astascs. Tub AprsAL will be delivered to the citizens of Carson at 29 Cents per week, payable weekly to the carrier. Rates of Advertising: Rates of advertising can be ascertained on application at this office CHANG E OF TIME. JOINT TIMK T AUIjK. LJIRGINIA AND T R U C K E It AND CKNTR1I, PACIFIC. ESPHK&8 FROM EXPRESS FROM JOLVT TISIB TASLK. 9AH FRANCISCO. V1R81NLA CITT. Arrive. .10 45 A. M. 10.34 A. M. 10.00 A. M Depart . 1.15) " Arrive.. 9.00 f " 8.08 A. m. 7.35 A. M. 5.00 A. M. 9.15 P. M. 6.10 P. u. Virginia Gold Hill.... ..Mound House.. Carson . . .Steamboat . . . , Reno , Truckee Sacramento . . Vallejo ..San Francisco. . Leave.. . 6.00 P. M 6.13 P. u 6.45 P. U 7.20) " 7.35 I " 8.27 P. M 9.00 P. M 11.10 P. M 6.30 A. M 9.10 A. M 11.10 A. M Arrive. Depart Leave . . , 4.00 P. M. Arrive. San Francisco time on the C. P. R. R.; Carson time on tk V T R. R. Dinner on the boat rom San Francisco, and Breakfast Keno. going 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. TOWNE, agltf Genera Superintendent C. P. R. R. SOUTHERN TRANSPORTATION COMP'NY JV iLiXCHAKD t WHEELER, Proprietors. Waa-ons leave Carson on MONDAY 8 and THl KDA1 S, and SATURDAYS of each week, and make the Through Trip to Bodle in Thirty Hoars! OtHce with P. W. EARL CO., at Virginia and Truckee Freight Dpot, Carson. mri-ha JOHN" FORBES, Agsnt NOTICE. IT A V I N G RENTED THE PIONEER SOAP FACTORY, will manufacture the best quality of Chemical Olive Soap. Sal Soda and Washing Powders, Aud will supply the publie on most reasonable terras J. W. DUFF i Carson, September 3, 1S77. SAVE T0 LEARN HOW TO DO YOUR IT READ AND HEED HAIR WHAT FOLLOWS. SATE YOCB IIAIR. The laws of Health and Longevity demand it, the customs of social life require it. The matter is of great importance in every way. BEAtTTTFY YOFR HAIR. It is the sur passing crown of glory, and for the loss of it there is no compensation. CriVrrvATK Y'OCR HAIR. For by 8s her means can it be s:ivcl and beautified, LYON'S KATHAIRON. Discovered thirty-five years ago by Frof. 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, Ijon's Ksthairon will positively prevent grayness, and will re store new hair to hald heads, if the roots and follicles are not destroyed. : It uctually performs these seeming miracles, of which the following is A FAIR SPECIMEN. I had been entirely bold for several years, con aitutional, I suppose. I used a few bottles of Kathairon, and, to my great surprise, I have a thick growth of young hair. COL. JOHN L. DORRANOE, V. S. A. In every important respect the Kathairon is abso lutely incomparable. It is uncualed 1. To Cure Baldness. 2. To Restore Gray Hair. 3. To Remove Dandruff. 4. To Dress and Beautify the Hair. BEAR I-"V MINT. The Kathairon is no utlcky paste of sulphur and sugar-of-lend, to paint and daub the hair and paralyze the brain. It is a pure and limpid vegetable lotion, intended to re store the hair by natural growth ond reinvigoration. It is splendidly perfumed, and tlie most delightful toilet dressing known. No lady's or gentleman's toilet outfit is complete without Lyon's Kathairon. eoT.D FVF.RVTVHtTRF.. JOHN R08SER. - PROPRIETOR CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY. rpHB VERY BEST CUTS OF Beef, l&Xvittoxi., Veal. . Ktc Etc, Etc. AND ALL KINDS OF SALTED MEATS, 8AU1AGE) TRIPE, HEAD CHEESE, . Etc., Etc., Etc., Constaulkr on hand at each of the above (Uaoas JOHN ROSSF.R, Proprietor. Carson, August 29, 1877. tt A WORD TO DEBTORS ! TO FRANK i BOSKOWITZ ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE! Are hereby notified that they are expeoted to settle their accounts with him on or before the 1st day of September, 1878. t-W THIS MEANS BUSINESS ! "SI August 13, 1878. FRUIT AT WHOLESALE! THE NEW FAMILY MARKET I PREPARED TO SELL ALL KINDS FHTJITS BT THE CASE Cheaper than ever Offered be fore in Carson. JSAlso, will ship Goeda to any part of th sorailry. J. B. ANGIUS, Proprietor"; Adams House Block. Cirson, June 7 1878. GEORGE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CON FICTIONS, ETC T HK UNDCUSIOSED and is daily receiving the HAS ON HAND I Choicest Fruits, Freshest Vegetables. Best ot Confections. Choice Havana Cigars, Poultry, Ranch Eggs, Etc. N. B. Orders promptly filled and delivered as per rections. GEORGE PERASICH. Carson street next to Theater Saloon Carson Water Works. rriHE RFSERVOIRS OF THIS COMPANY JL are supplied with water from NEVER FAILING SPRINGS, Which flow from the Sierra Nevada. By analvsis thi water is shown to be perfectly free from all impurities. The mams of this company having been laid in all the principal streets of the city, the Water is Rendered Available t All within the City Limits, Families, hotels, bars, stables, etc., su'ftlied on favor able terms. CARSON WATER COMPANY iarOffioe in Ormsbv House Block, Carson strest. V. & T. U. II. OUNOAY EXCURSION TRAIN TO BOWERS' MANSION AND STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Commencing Sunday, June 23, And continuing on following Snndavs until further notice a Sivtcial Train will be run between Virginia and Steamboat as follows: WII Leave i Virginia 8:16 A. u. Carson 10:00 A. II. Arriving at Bowers 10:30 a. u. Steamboat 10:55 A. u. Retarningi Leave Steamboat 8;50 p. m. Leave Bowers 4:10 P. M. Arriving at Carson 4;45 p. M. Virginia 6:33 P. u. RATES OF FARE Virginia and Gold Hill to Carson and return Si. 00 Virginia and Gold Hill to Bowers or Steamboat and return 1 Parson to Bowers or Steamboat anil return I. 00 Children between 5 and 13 years, one-halt reduced rates jff TicKets good on Special iTam only TiJl H. M YERINGTON, General Superintendent. E. NiLra, General Ticket Agent. Je-iOtf Pistol Lost AFIVf-'iinnTKR PIST . Wu 0T in Deck 'r's Saloon last week. The finder will be suitably rewarded bv leav-t j t the 'wr of . hat place, July 24, 1878. iw OF THE LATES 1 Walnut Chamber Suits, Beautiful Parlor 8uits, Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tables of aU Kinds. The above goods all cwne direct from Eastern manufac tories, made of solid walnut, and have the niost desirable oil finish. 1 have also on hand a large variety of Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office Dining knd Kitchen Chairs, Lsangei Spring Beds, Mattreeoea, and Pillows. dec3tf GEORGE W. KIT7MEYER. tT. IVANOOVIOH, DEALER IN Groceries, Oranges, Dried Fri Iitmoiu, Fresh tit. Bananas, Grapes, CoiifeetioBtry, X uts, Fresh Fish, inn Pineapples, Cherries, Coeuanuts, Figs, Vegetables, Freeh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Cigars, Et PLACE OF BV8INE8S: EM. .Etc No. 3, South Carson street, Capitol, Carson City. opposite New. the mv6tf J. IVANCOV10H THE MYSTERY SOLVED. Six Shirts for S7.50! FRANK BOSKOWITZ'S, THE ONLY ONE PRICE STORE IN TOWN DEALER IN MEN'S AND BOY8 f 1 T u ST- TC3T T TVT - Fnrnishing Goods, Hate and Cape, Beels and Shoe. Trunks Valine, Blankets, Mattresaea, Klc Etc Eta COUNTY BUILDING, CARSON CITY NfVADA BV14U MRS. E. E. ADAMS WISHES TO NOTIFY HER OLD friends in Corson and the public at large That She is air a. in Proprietress of the ADAMS HOUSE, And would most respectfully ask for their patronage and encouragement. The Dining- Room and Kitchen are under the Person nl supervision Of the Proprietress, and will alwavs be supplied with everything to satisfy the taste uf the most fastidious. MRS. E. K ADAMS Carson, February 9, 1878 fetta SHANE'S SALOON. (Formerly Magee'i.) Carson street. opposite the Capitol. City Nevada. Carson DOLF SHAME Proprietor, rpHB FINEST WIVt'S, LIQCOHB AND The Most Commodious Gaming Hall in Orm.by Couoty. 9-DRINKS ... - 24 Cents " Carson, January 1, lfc78. LARGE SPRINGS, CLEAR WATER and CLEAN PIPES. AM PREPAKRli TO FURNISH OOD PUKE WATEIt, And pienty of it at reasonable rates Families, Restaurants and Hotels furnished at the niost advantageous terms. Test the Matter for Yourselves. E. D. SWEENEY. Carson, May 7, 1676. INFORMATION WANTED. SAI in M17KI. MTTRR4Y 'RH. A CAPTAIN in the New Hampshire regiment commanded by ex- Govemor Harnman, deserteil his wife in ISO,. MuiTay assumed the name of L. N. Cart;r, and went to New York with a woman named Mary Jane Buritce, taking aiso his children, Lizzie r'lorenoe. aged 74 years, and his two sons, Fred Elmer and Frank Weston l'arr,the boys being young er than their sister. Carr, with the children and Burpee woman, left. New York on the steamer '-Henry Chauneey," having purchased through tickets to Wellington, New Zea land. It is rciHirted that the children have been sent to a Catholic school, and one George K. Lane wrote from San Francisco to New Hampshire, in 18n7, that he had recog nized Carr, alias Carter, in a theater in that city. Carr; alias Carter, has since been heard of in Texas, it being said that he and bine were faro dealers there. In Texas, as also in Colorado, Carr was known as Steele. Cut's wife is a nurse in San Francisco, a heart-broken woman seeking her children, and desiring to obtain news of her offspring. begs the press to circulate the above. Any intelligence regarding Carr, or more particularly his disposition of the lulilrcn if forwarded to H. K. MIGHEI-s, editor of the Morning Appeal. Carson City, Nevada, will be thankfully received and promptly transmitted to the it" her. July 27th, 1878. tf NOTICE. rR'V WSHTN IViiiiK AT THR NORTH Parson mine will apiilv immediately to the Superin- teuden at the Arlington House. A. a. oot'LU, Buperiuten.iebt. LA RGB STOCK styles of of Ktvuda. BIDS WILL BR RKCftlYRD BY "THE State Board of Examiners nf the State of Nevada up to and including November 27, 1878, for supplying the fol lowing amounts of Stationery, more or less, for the use uf the State Officers and legislature of said state, for the two years commencing January 1st, lt79, and ending Decem ber 31, 189 : 10 Reams Letter Paper, 10 to to ream. 10 lb una Letter Paper, 1 2 tbs to ream. 10 Reams Note paper, & tt 'o ream. 10 Beanie Note Paper, 0 tt to ream. 10 Reams Lega1 Cap, 12 tt to ream. 15 Reams Legal Cap, 14 tbs to ream. 6 Reams Legal Cap, 10 tbs to ream. 6 Reams Engrossing Paper, 3 H to nam, M s 31 3 Reams Enrolling Paper, 44 k to ream, i9 24. e Reams Manilla Wrapping Paper, 30 X 40. L M Envclopef, xxx white, S Letter 1 U Envlopt-4. xxx white, 0 Letter. 1 M Envelopes, xxx white. 8 Official. 1 U EiiloiKB, xxx white, 9 Official. 1 11 Euvelofies, xxx white, 10 Official. 0 Doz. luk. Carter's, qt. 2 lUiz. Carmine, Oarter's, 4 ozs. glass sU'ppers. 1 IH i Boxes Pens, Gillott'K. 303. 3 I)(.z. Poxes Gillott's Pens, 40'. 1 Doz. Hixes Pens, Pacific R. R. 1 Doz Boxes Pens, Etcrbrooks, $ Ioz. Bxes Pens Encnsinv, 161, Etertrk8. Doz. iliicilage. liavid 4, qtF. 1 iKrz. Uucilage Stands, slorgun's Pat., S oz. 3 lrs Uucilage Bottles, 4 oz. Metal Cap anu Brusb. 1 Gross Pencils. Faber's, rouud. No. 2. 1 Gross Pencils, Falter s, rti.ud, No. 3. 2 Grot Pencils, Falter s, hexagon, No. 2. 2 tiross Pencils, Fabers, hexagon. No. 3. 1 Ream Blottin;; Board, Parker'B Treasurj, 120 IU. 1 tiross Blotting Board in pkgs. 1 Vtz. Boxes Rubber Hinds, as$oril siecs '2 ! o. rt(ioli? Rh1 Tape. 1 Doz. Hat Rubber Rulers. 14 inch. 1 Doz. F at Rubber Rulers, It) inch. 1 Doz. Flat Rubber Rulers, lb inch. lilunk IWks, (nil bound, !3 x i4J tjr. 5 Doz. lukittouds, No. T. Safe y. i Doz. Inkstands, round wooden. Paper Fasteners, M.-GiU's Patent Rouixi Eeatls : 5 M, No. 2. 1 inch. 6 M, No. 3, 1 inch. 3 11, No. 4, 1 inch. 1 M, No. fl. 11 inch. 1 Grots Eyelet Medium. J Doz. Eyelet Machines, No. M. tt Doz. Faber's Ink and Pencil Erasers, iiuuU. 2 Doe. Faber's luk and Pencil Erasers, ktrpe. 1 lkjz. Paper Shears. 10 inch. 1 Gross Falter s Penholders, 1S70. 1 Gross Faber s Penholders, I860. 2 Doe. Twine, 1 It balls, extra strong, double thick. 1 Gross tuill Pens, English cut. Proposals for furnishing alsrve paper shall be for Carew paper, or " its euual. Tlie above to be furnished at such times and in such quantities as may be ordered by said Board Proitosals to be accompanied bv gvHHl and safficient bitnd. with two or more sureties, in a sum not less than twice the amount of the value of the articles to be supplied. Tlie Board reserves the right to reject auy-and all bids. For ftirther particulars see Statutes of Nevada, lh77 page 115. Bids to be adtiresMl "teaiea Proposals, rxrard Mam iners, Carson City, Nevaia.'' Bv order of the Board. oc28d3J J. D MINOR. Secretary. IN TIIK DISTRICT Seatrlid Juilicial llistrit't fOIRT F TIIF. of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby. Lester Haskell, laiutiff. vs. Sarah M. Ibiskell. defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial I"istrict of the State of Nevada' in and for the Count v Ormsbv, and the com plaint filed in said Conntv of Unusbr, in the office if Uie Clerk of Siiid District Court. The State of Nevada sends greeting to Sarah M. Haskell, defendant. You are herebv remureu to apttt ar in an actum brotignt against vou liv the above named plantiff in the District Court of the Second Judicial lHstrict of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby, and to answer the complaint tiled therein (a cop. of which accompanies this summons) within ten days (exclusive of the dav of service) after the service on you of this summons - u served withm this county; or if served out of this county, but in this District, vithin twenty days, otherwise within forty days or judg ment by default will be taken against you. The said action is brought to dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing be tween you and said tlaintiff, on the ground of adultery. an alleged against you bv said plaintiff, all of which is more fully and specifically set forth in the plaintiff's com plaint, now on hie m my otnee. Ana you ore herebv notified that if you fail to apftear and answer the said oom plaint as altove required, Uie said plaintiff will apply to the Court fitr the relief demanded in his said complaint. Given under mv hand, anil the Seal of the Dis junct Court of the Second Judicial District of the SKAL I Mate oi ivevaua, in ana iorinc county oi unnstty, this 13th dav of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred ami seventy-eight. ALFRED HELM, Clerk. TukSMoR Coffin Attorney for Hiai-itiff. novl4-30d S$IG!m'S NOTICE FOR SETTLEMENT OF KIS AC2CUJTS PREPARWIW TO FINAL SETT! EM NT. HIS IS TO NOTIFY ALL PHRT1E IN- tcrtsted that I have filed my final accounts as As- signeo of the estate of John CUrick, bankrupt, in the District Court of the United States of the District of Ne vada, and that on the 22nd DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1878, I shall a'ipiy to the said Court at the office of the Hon. E Stkotiikk. Register in Bankruptcy of said Court, in Odd Fellows' Building, in Virginia Citv, Nevada, at 1 o'clock p. for the settlement of my said tustouut, and ior a discharge from all liability as Assignee of said estate iu accordance to the provisions of Title 01, Bankruptcy, of the Iteviscd Statutes ot tne I nitetl Mates. ISRAEL CRAWFORD, Assignee of the estate of J, dm Ullrick. bankrupt. Careou City. November 12th, 1S7S. 12.4 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. "71 S TAT TO OP MAHVKL PtRKER DR iJ ce:ise,l. Notice is herebv given bv the undersigned Public Administrator of the County of Ormsby, State of Nevada, to the creditors of, ar.d all persons liaving claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces sarv vouchers within ten months after the first -publica tion of this notice, to the said Public Administrator at his oflVe at the oltic of Wells, Fargo Co., in Carson City Nevada. Dated at Carson, Ncada, .Novemlier 14, Mia. JOHN D. KERSEY, Public Administrator of said County and State, iu sharge of estate of said deceased. Teknhor C-ofpin, Attorney tor estate la4w J. II. MARSHALL, AtJffNT FOR HOMB MUTUAL AND OTHER LEAD INO INSURANCE VOMPANIKS. KW Ofiiee at John 6. Fvi's Bookstore, ""i Carson, January 20, 1878. STATE PRISON B3CT AND SHOE FACTORY. A SUPEtllOR ARTICLB OF HEAVY BOOTS AND SHOES For sale at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada. The attention of le trade is rrcially invitod to the bo uoiU. OrJtfrs promptly executed. 0 C. BATTEhMAS, WtnW-i- IN CORE ITT BLOCK, WORTH CARSON STREET, CARSON C1TV. JKVAIA. II O L E S A 1. E AND K I: f A II DEALERS N GROCERIES, Provisions, CrocVery, Glassware, Tinware, Canned Fruits, Butter. Lard, Grain, Coal Oi! AND ALL .ARTICLES I hi ALLY KEPT 4 FIRST CLASS STORK Of uie kind of mereaotile eusiness cutrsged in whisb tkej -fT Ordtrs taken and Goods dcllvertd TO ANY PART OF THE CITT FliEE OF CI!AI.- MASON A CO. Carson, Jay 5 1S76 s team Cabinet Shop MAISH & TURNER, Corner of Ormsbv and Serond streets, n the Ormsby House, Carson City Nevada VK WOI'LD CALL THE ATTENTION of Carpenters. Waironmakers. and all other Wk4 workers to the fact that we can work both Soft and H.irtf Wood Lumber to anv deairAtl atiutM Ii'ilmt luit. wv.. and sharpened iu tlie best manner. We also Surface Lumber, make Tongard aad Grooved Flooring, Beaiied t eillny. Parties will do well to give us a cull. ss we are prepsn a to do good work at reasonable rates. Furnttnr Repairing Wood Turnincr aad Scroll Hwinr. Pence Pnwts and Pieaela maite plain or turned or fanry. mav7tl PACIFIC ICE COKPANY. J. M. BENTON, AGENT, AM NOW PHKPAH1D TO KllMtl XT JEX. JES O 3D Dally, in quantities to suit any one, at Iai Prists, ;.t their residences The lee that I furnish Is taken from lb. Carson Klver, formed of Pure, Soft, running: water, and not fiem any Htairnant pond or un healthy location. Orders left at my liver) Stable, n srson strtet, . be promptly attended to. J M BENTON, elStf Agent Pacific Ice 'oliinv BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE, CORNER CARSON AND TTIIRD STREETS, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. I. KG A NT PRIVATE CAR- riapes and Hocvics and sitirited Teams can always l2 ohtained. Particular attention paid to livery horse Attendant on hand Day ai d Night. HORSES BOARDFD BY THE DAY OR REASONABLE TERMS. MEEK OV J. M. BENTON, ProprK W r Carson, January ?0, 1878 THE HERMITAGE. Opposite the Carson Race Track, on Warm fpringg Road. -OTITIS TOTHr THAVKMVO PI'BI.ir. The above etjey little Is now otn. mid from tl. itural resources of the same offers necnliar id v.-.i,t-,i- to the thirsty and way worn traveler. Our drinks are 4 tlie best, and for coolness cannot be (,- II, . I The tld Hermit, "WArrY. 'will always 1 on hnn.f to attend t the wants of his old anil much wti-ii,i.,l frl. l.o nu,. favor linn with a call. Drinks I 9 w cnt con's cen's J2.'fli. Imported I iquors 25 Fancy Drinks 25 ogars a specialty. ROBERT GARDNER. (Late State Surveyor General,) No. .110 Pine Flreet, Room No. IS, San Franel.oe ..Callforn!i State Lands ami State Titles a eulty. Timlter Lands ljoratrd nnd Tiub. Pi-rfcrted U. H. Mineral Patents obtaibvd for M:aws in Cih'ertj. r Nevada. esli'a.