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HI DAY NOVEMBER 22. 1S7S BUSIWESS CARDS. The Morning Appeal job office will print professional and business cards at rates ridic ulously low. Even spinsters and children yet un weaned cry for them! POSTERS. The Morning Appeal job office is better prepared to print posters, handbills and dodgers than any establishment between San Francisco and Omaha. Come and inquire the prices. BOWERS' MANSION, NAT. HOLMES, Proprietor. THIS POPULAR KKSOHT HAS BEEN refurnished and refitted by the present proprietor in first olass style. The Dining Room and K'tchen are In charge of excellent wait ers and cooks, and the Bar is we' I stocked. Swimming Baths, and Bathing Suits furnished by the proprietor, for those wishing to hat lie in the pure water. Reasonable charges and courteous treatment guaranteed to all mho visit the Mansion. June 24 1S78. 2mi BEiUO YAJLe. FRED LAIV'GE W1XIIKS TO NOTIfY HIS friends in particular and the public in general that he has removed his place of business from the old stand to The Adams' Block, two door above Gibson V Dealy's Saloon, Where he will always be found with a large and constantly arriving stock of TINWARE, SHEETIRON WARE, GASPiPES And everything that goes to make a complete Tin and Plumbing establishment. Thankful for past paronuge, he the future. solicits a fair share in FKED. LANUE. Carson, July 30, 1878. PURE VINEGAR! F AMILTES AND HOTELS with the very best article of SUPPLIED 3Fxxio Vinegar Ever seen in this market. Acid Vinegar Eats up Your Piekles. Pare Vinegar Preserves Them. Will deliver in quantities to suit, this desirable artiole of household use at ONE DOLLAR A CALLON. GEORGE D. FRYER, Wholesale Liquor House. North Carson Street, au26tf Near the Railroad Dejot. Infallible Insect and Vermin DESTROYER, "sTS THE ONLY PERFECT ANI SUCCESS, ful exterminator in this country to make clean work of Bed Bugs, Fleas, Greybacks, Flieg, Ants, Cockroaches, Moths. Mosquitoes, Lico on Canary Birds, Plants, Fowls, and Animals; in fact, a complete exterminator of all insect life, without exception. This article has become a house hold necessity. I offer the same to consumers, rich or poor, at such price as to enable all to use it plentifully, so as to guarantee every purchaser a complete success. Only Poison to Insect Life. Kerr's Erasive Soap for taking Grease Spots, Tar. Paint Prion and all kinds of Stains out of Silken, Woolen, Linen, or Cotton Goods. Kerr's Sure Cure for Asthma. Kerr's Sure Cure for Toothache. Kerr's Shainpoon for beautify ine the Hair. Kerr's Yeast Powder best in the market- try it. Every article to do as recommended, or money re unded. Kerr's Bare Car for Corns, Bunions, Warts and f reckles. A FEW OF THE MANY TESTIMONIALS: Johnson & Limmell, proprietors of Parker House, corner of K and Tenth streets, Sacramento, Cal.; F. A. Preston, wholesale dealer in wines, liquors and family groceries and hotel proprietor, Washiugton, Yolo county, Cal.; Mrs. Kerr, 189 North C street, Virginia, Nev.; John Moody, proprietor of Trochee Hotel, Truckee, cal.; J. J. bmitn, proprietor Au burn Hotel, Auburn, Placer county, cal.; L. G. Mmtn, merchant, postmaster and Wells, Fargo & Co's agent, Rook lin, Cal.; Asa Plank, proprietor Exchange Hotel, Colfax. Oai. ; E. P. Hoy, Crystal Peak, Nev. ; Peter Yager, whole sale brewery and saloon keeper, Folsom, Cal.; S. B. Coolie, proprietor American Laundry, Sacramento, Cal. ; Mrs. Mary Cribbans. boarding and lodging house keeper, Ama dor City, Cal.; D. Ksiser, restaurant and lodging house keeper, Carson City, Nev., Warren & Sunderland, whole sale and retail nutcners, suiter Teen, Aruauor county, Cal.: J. H. Miller, proprietor of Miller's Hotel, Latrobe Cal.: Curly A Mahon. proprietors Depet Hotol, Colfax, Cal. I have 1,'JOO pounds on hand plenty to supply the trade. Orders bv express, v u. v., or hy mall, promptly attended to. Address all orders to JAMES CURRAX, Postotfice Box No. 613. Virginia City, Nev. Also active agents wanted for ell parts of the Pacific oast. My Powder warranted to do as represented in every particular or money retunueu. The public will find it to their interest to look after my advertisements in the following papers, viz : Virginia Even ing Chronicle, Reno Gazette, Nevada City Herald, Carson Tribune and this paper. Geo. C. Thaxtc r is syen o Ormsby County. All orders left with him will receive prompt attention. je20 TT THE DISTRICT COURT, (SECOND JU- a dSeial District, n and for Ormsby County, State of .Ne vada. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Charles F. Smith, Clara Smith, Alice Smith, fcdgar Smith and un- ma Smith, minors. It appearing to this Court from the petition this day presented and filed by W. H. Smith, the guardian of the persons and estates of Charles F. Smith, Clara Smith, Alice Snuth and trojna hmitn, minors, praying lor an order ot sale of certain real estate beloniring to his wards, that it is ecessary, and would be benehual to said wards that such real estate should be sold ; it is hereby ordered that the ext of kin of the said wards, and all persons interested in the said estate, appear before this Court on muy DAY , THE 23d DAY Or JULY, A. D. 1877, at ten oclocK A. M at the Court-room of this Court, in the County of Ormsby, then an there to show cause why an order should not be aranted for the sale of such real estate. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks before the said uav of hearing in the Mok.visg appeal, a newspaper print ed and published in said county of Ormsby. Iatcd Juoe 33d, 1877. S. H. WRIGHT, District Judge. State of Nevada. County of Ormsbv, SS. I, Alfred Helm, County Clerk, and ex officio Clerk of the Second Ju dicial District Court in and 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 above stated, as the same appears on hie and of record in my effic. In testimony whereof I have hereunto, set my lie I hand and the Seal of said Court this twenty-third 1 I day of June, A. D. 1877. ALFRED HELM, Clerk. Tj O S T ABOUT A WEEK Af, BETWEEN t An son and Glenhrook, a large Black Satchel, with a waterproof overcoat straped to the satchel. Tag, with "John Anderson, Gold Hill," tied to the satchel handle. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at the Livery Stable of j. m. BENTON September 13, 1578. SIO Reward! r PST, OX TPRSDIY. MAY Tth. 1878. JLj between the Mountain House, on the Aurora Road and Cradkbaugh's Ranch, a Memorandum Book, contain ing valuable papers, letters and some money. The fintltr will receive the above reward by leaving it at th Mountair House on the Aurora road. R JTCRKY 5 Mav 7th, 1878. 2w' REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Retolved, That we reaffirm the principles of, and renew our allegiance to the party which preserved the Union, freed the slave and maintained the essential doctrine that this is a nation, and not a confederacy bound together witn ropes oi sand, and that both State and .National Governments should give ample and competent protection to its citiseng. both at home and abroad : that airainst the assaults of traitors and rebels, the Republican party has preserved uiese Governments, and the Republicans of Nevada now demand that every qualified elector in every State South and North Democrat and Republican, black or white, shall be permitted, undisturbed by force and on awed by fear, to vote at all elections at the places pre scribed by law, and that every vote so cast shall be honest ly counted, and that every person chosen by such votes, to any office, shall be freely inducted into i. and effectively supported in the discharge of its duties ; that the perma nent pacification of the Southern section of the Union, uid the complete protection of all its citizens in their civil, political, personal and property rights, is the duty to which the Republican party stands sacredly pledged. In rder to redeem this pledge it placed the recent amend ments in the Constitution, and upon the righteous basis of said amendments it will go forward in the work of pacifi cation until peace shall come through right doing and con tentment through justice. That the evident purpose of the Democratic party, if it should come into full power, is to pay hundreds of millions of suspended war claims of disloyal men, already presented to Congress or awaiting a favorable moment for presentation, make it doubly im portant, now that the Senate is soon to pass under Demo cratic domination, that the House of Representatives to be chosen in the coming election should be under Republican control. Remitted', That the validity of the Presidential term was ilifinitely and finally settled by the Forty-fourth Congress, and that the attempt shadowed forth by the Potter resolu tions to disturb the title by which President Hayes and Vise President Wheeler hold their seats is revolutionary and dangerous in the extreme, and characteristic as it is of the underlying motives of the rebel Democracy calls forour unqualified disapproval and denunciation. Retolved, That it is the duty of Congress to perfect with all possible expedition such legislation as will secure to the country the benefit of an honest and fair adjustment of freights and fares on all railroads, whose construction is the result of land grants, subsidies, loans and other Government aid or assistance. Retolved, That the Republican party favors and demands at the hands of the State Legislature having in view the regulation and equalization of frieghts and fares on the railroads within this State. Remlted, That in their shameless disregard of an avowed principle, the Democratic party of this State, in their unnustakable purpose to nominate the present in cumbent of the Gubernatorial office for a third term, have brought upon themselves the deserved distrust, not only of every Republican, but of the more honorable and con sistent members of their own party. Retolved, That we believe in the doctrine of rotation in office, and that so believing, we are opposed to the nomi nation of candidates to office under the State Government for a third term. Retolved, That we hail with joy the remonetization of silver as a step towards our emancipation from the grasp of the corrupt money rigns of Euroie and America, and we ask Congress to complete the measure of our redemp tion by according to silver unrestrained coinage Retolved, lhat m the legislation ot the Forty-fifth Con gress, nothing more fully commands our approbation than the effort of our Senators and Representative in securing the remonetization of silver and the dual standard in the coinage of the country. tietolved, lhat there should be retrenchment in the publis service ; that men elected to office should be quali fied by education, intelligence and business habits to per form the duties of their respective offices; and that the system of deputy-ships and clerkships at present existing n the interest of State officers should be abolished at once and forever. Retolved, That public lands are the property of the peo ple, and therefore they should be reserved for actuol set tlers, aided in their settlement by the Government and protected in their possession by just laws. lietvlved, lhat we recognize the wisdom of the framers our Constitution m Di-ovidinc for the taxation of the proceeds oi the mines; that al! taxes should be eaual and uniform; that the present system of taxation is as just and lair as any that can be devised and should be pre served ; that tne mining corporations doing business this State pay no more than their just proportion of taxes, while the railroad property situated within this State pays much less than its just proportion ; that no more taxes should be raised any one year than are necessary to defray the actual and necessary expenses of the state during the same period, when economically administered ; that the present rate of assessment of property should.be decreas ed so asto produce only such a sum as is absolutely quired to pay the expenses of the State, at the same time having due regard to the surplus of funds already in the treasury- Retolved, That tho Republican party of the State of Nevada is opposed to and protests against any repeal modification or change of the law taxing the net priiceeda of the mines, commonly Known as the million lax Law. Retained, That we refer with pride to the record of the Republican party in Congress, where, in spite of the as saults of a malignant and unscrupulous opposition, not one stain of dishonor rests, and not one act has been brought to light which renects anything hut renown upon the rep resentatives of our organization and its principles. Retolved, That labor in itself recognizes the Republi can part v as its exponent ; demands emancipation rnm oppression, and elevation to its proper dignity, a just and equal place with capital, and that both are alike necessary to the wen Deing ot society. Retolved, ''Tiat the General Government should immedi ately take such steps as to absolutely stop the further im migration of Asiatics to our country: and that such just and peaceful measures should be adopted as may be appro priate and necessary to induce those already among us to quit our shores at tne earliest practical momet. Retolved, That the Republican party of the State of Nevada enters its most solemn protest and condemnation against any corrupt interference in the liolitics or legisla tion of this State by moneyed rings or corporations, or the representatives of aggregated wealth cr capital ; that we view with alarm the increasing and unceasing attempts of the moneyed powers of the Pacific States to control the elections and shape the legislation of said States: that the principle and practice are fraught with danger to our re publican form of government, and should be frowned down and resisted bv even' individual who has at heart the wel fare of American institutions and the freedom of the masses. Retolved, That we are unalterably opposed to the diver sion of any moneys raised by the taxation of the whole people to the use or benefit of any sect or relgious denom nation. Retolved, That we solemnly declare it to be the senti ment of the Republican party that the breach of a pledge given to a nominating convention bv a successful candi date for office is more disgraceful and dishonorable than the violation of any private trust or duty can jsissiblv be. Retolved, That to promote the advancement of education and morals, to stimulate a true and beneficent enlighten ment, and to preserv e to the men, women and children of this State the fruks of the taxes so cheerfully borne and generously disbursed in behalf of our admirable system public schools; to maintain the Union and protect its flag; to guard the memories of the dead who died in the name of Union, liberty and law; and to vindicate all our acts and puriioses, is the aim and mission of the Republi can party here and elsewhere; and, first of all, to do that which is best for the preservation and perpetuation of that party and its pnnciplos, holding all men's claims and aspi. rations secondary to these high aims and ends; these are our duties, and these the intentions we do most strenu ously maintain and avow. E. B. HARRIS, Chairman, ALF. DOTEN, Secretary Of the Republican State Central Committee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE SEC t oml Judicial District of the State of Nevada. in and for the County of Ormsby. Anna R. Galvin, plaintiff, vs. Morris Galvin, defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Ne vada, in and for the County of Ormsby, and the complaint filed in said County of Ornishv, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The State of Nevada sends greetinc to Morris Galvin, defendant: You are hereby lequircd t appear in an action brought against you by the above named nlaintiff, in the District Court of the Second Judicial Dis trict of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsbv, and to answer the complaint hied therein (a copy of which accompanies this summons) within ten days (ex clusive of the day of service) alter the service on you ot this summons if served within this county; or if served out of this county, but in this District, within twenty days. otherwise within forty days or judgment by default will betaken againt you. The said action is brought to annul and set aside the bonds of matrimony existing between you and plaintiff, on the ground of your willful neglect and refusal to provide plaintiff and her child Elinor, or either of them, with the c nimon necessaries of life for the last year or more; wherefore plaintiff prays that site be divorced from you (said defendant), and that she be de creed the custody of said child Elinor; all of which is more fully and specifically set forth in plaintiff's complaint, now onfi lc in my office. And yoC arc hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above re quired, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relict demanded. , Given under my band and the seal of the District I T , ) Court of the Second Judicial District of the Slate i ,.f V,-o,l-. it, ot.l f.r flio t ',.,, it,.- ,.f t,,..!.,- ti.;Q 7th dav of June, in the year of our Lord, one thou sand eight hundred and seventy eight. jeS-4wlaw ALr lir.U 11 tLM, Clerk. onarch Saloon, North Carson St., opposite Passenger Depot rpHE FINEST BRANDS OF WIN'RS, HPIRITN, MAI.T I.IIIIUUM AND CIGARS, BILLIARDS. The finest Billiard Table in the Stae. eblS M. P. GREGOVICH. Proprietor. DR. L. J. CZAPKAYS PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 127 Montgomery street. San Francisco Opposite the Occidental Hotel. ESTABLISHED IN S6. For the Permanent Car of nil Bpee'a.1 and Cbronle Diseases, as rlso all "male Complaints and Diseases of tne Nervous System. nlHK IMMENSE DES1 BUCTIOA OR HU 1 man life annually from secret and chronic diseases caused this old and reliable institution to be establishes first in Philadelphia, Penn., in I860, and afterwards in San Francisco, Cal., in 1854, as a private dispensary, in order tc anord tne amictea tne oesi meaicai ana surgical iresuucn for the above and all other affections and complaints Consultations at the institute or by letter, r UkJb. To the Afflicted I Dr. I. J. Czapkay would most respectfully Inform the public of the Pacific coast that, at the earnest solicitation of his nnmerous friends, and hundreds of those unfortu nately afflicted with disease, he has reopened his MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE and resumed the practice of his profession. The doctor would remind all those whe are in need of medical aid, that since relinquishing his very extensive and successful practice in San Francisco, he has visited the principal eities in Europe, inspecting din trentlv the most renowned hospitals, and irathering the ex. perience of the most learned in the profession, the benefit from which he offers to all In need of bis services. Rheu matic affections, chronic catarrh, diseases of the stomach and kidneys, liver complaints, etc., successfully treated. Those who are suffering 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., SyRs 1 27 Montgomery St., between Bush and Sutter 8ts.,? auzft-ly oan rrancisco. FITS, EPILEPSY OR FALLING SICKNESS, r. toiictif ntiy Cured no hnmbng by en month's usaire of Dr. Coolant's Celebratoc Infallible Fit Powders. To convince sufferers that these powders will do a we claim for them, we will send them by mail, post BOHX. a free Trial box. As Dr Goulard is the only nStsician that has ever made this dis ease a secihl study, Sffid as to our knowledge thousands have been permanently cared by the use of these Powders, we will Guarantee a permanent cure in every case, or rotund you all money ex pended. All snfferers should give these Powders an early trial, and be convinced of their curative powers. Price, for large box, 3, or 4 boxes for 810, sent by mai to any part of the I nited States or Canada on receipt i price, or by express, C. O. D. Address, ASH & ROBBINS, feblOy 360 FriTON Sthket, Brooklyn, N. Y. CONSUMPTION Positively Cured. All sufferers from this disease that are anxious to be cured should try Dr. Kis.ner's Celebrated Con sumptive Powders. These Powders are the only lrcparation know-n that will cure Consumption and all diseases of the throat and Luntrs indeed, so strong is our faith in them, and also to convince you that thev are no humbug, we will forward to every sufferer, mail, post paid, a free Trial Koi, We don't want your money until you are perfectly satis fird of their curative Mwers. If your life is worth saving don t delay m giving these Ftwdrti a trial, as they wil surely cure you. lrice, for large box, 93, sent to any part of the Unite slates or Canada, dv mail, on receipt oi pnee. Address ASH & ROBBINS, feblOy 360 Fclton Street, Bbooelts, N. Y. DRESS-MAKING EMPORIUM! MRS. SIDDONS, Under the Arlington House, Canon, Not. AND A X Pei Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Cutting- and Fitting a spt-rialty. Dene to Order. Pleating Agency of Cornweir Self-Fitting Charts- instructions liiven. 3rThe Ladies are cordially invited to sail. September 21st, 1878. NOTICE rnHE COPARTNERSHIP COMPOSED OF I P. A. Wagner and John G. Fox, under the name and style of P. A. Wagner & Co., of Carson City, Nevada, was dissolved by mutual consent May 2d, ls78, Mr. Charles Sadler having purchased the entire interest of Mr. John G. Fox therein. The business will hereafter be carried on by the nnder signcd, Charles Sadler and P. A. Wagner, under the firm name of P. A. Vt agner & Co., who will collect all dues and pay all debts of P. A. Vt agner & Co. P. A. WAGNER, CHAS. SADLER. Carson, Nevada, May 7, 1878. m SHERIFF'S SALE. OV VIRTUE OF A DECREE AND ORDEH MJ of Sale issued out of and under the seal of the Hon. Second Judicial District Court in and for Ormsby County and State of Nevada, on a judgment obtained therein on the 8th day of July, A. D. 1878, in favor of Wm. R. Mus gTOve, executor of the estate of William Patterson, de ceased, and against Adolphus Waitz and Ann Waitz. for the sum of 2,000, with interest thereon at the rate of two (2) per cent, per month from the lth day of November, A. D. 1876; and the further sum of $52, with interest thereon at the rate of two (21 ier cent, per month from the 14th day of October. A. D. 1S77, until paid; and the further sum of $6 76, with interest thereon from the (ith dav of December, A. D. 1877, until paid, at the rate of two (2) per cent, per month ; and the sum of $o7 23, with interest thereon at the rate of two (2) per cent, per month from the lsth day of January, A. D. 1878, until paid ; and the sum of ?72 75 for costs and charges in this action, to gether with all accruing costs, all in the gold coin of the United States, and to me directed, commanding me to sell certain real property set out and described in saiil decree and order of sale, and in pursuance thereto I have levied upon and will oxjo8e at public sale ou TUESDAY, THE 22d DAY OF OCTOBER, A. D. 1&78, between the hours of 9 A. M and 5 p. M., to wit, at 1 o'clock P. M., in front of the Court House door in said Ormsby County, to the high est and best bidder, the following described real property. to wit : Lots numbered seven (71, ten (101, and the south twelve (12) feet of lot (6) in block numbered eight (8), of Proctor & Green s Division of Carson City, Ormsby County, Nevada, as designated on the official map of said Carson City. S. T. SWIFT, Carson City, Septemner 28, 1S78. Sheriff. EQUALIZATION. "TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN THAT THE Assessor has this dav delivered to the undersigned the Assessment Roll for the current fiscal year, together with the map book and the original lists of property, and that the Board of County Commissioners will sit as a Board of Equalization at the County Clerk's office on Monday, September lCih instant. m 10d o'clock A. ., and continue in session from time to Aetnias provided by law, until the business of equaliza mo , resented is disposed or. ALFRKD HELM, Clerk Board of County Commissioners. Ormsby County, Nevada. Dated f- i tr br 1, 1878. " to5 NOTICE. TOTICE I HERFBV OIVFN THAT THE undersigned Trustees of the Pancake Coal Company, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Nevada, have railed and do hereby call a meeting of the stockholders of said corpora tion, to be held at the office of the company in Carson City, Nevada, at office of 1. Coffin, on the 17th DAY OF AUG UST, A. D. IS18, at 12 0 clock M. of said dav, for the pur pose of increasing the capital stock of said company from one million dollars, consisting of fifty thousand shares of twenty dollars each, to two million dollars, consisting of one hundred thousaud shares of twenty dollars each. June 10, 1878. C. DERBY, MARK STRAUS, HORACE CRANDALL, JOHN R. WHITE, T. COFFIN, je21w8au!7 Trustees of Pancake Coal Company. Xj O ST! RKTWKFN CARSON AND LAKE VIEW, a Memorandum Book, containing papers and letters. The finder by leaving the same at the Carson Post. tffice whI onfer a favor. Jv28wj A. CAME P. ON f Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE AJTD ORDER OF RALE II issued out of and under the ileal of the Hon. Second Judicial District Court in and for the County of Ormsbv State of Nevada, on a Judgment obtained thereto en the 81st day of March, A. D. 1877, and attested en the 5th day of April, A. D. 1877, in favor oTCaiaes Gowan and against jonn I . twine, snsan K. Byrne, s. Keinstein, -. r. uid son, and William R. Musgreve Executor of the last will and testament of William Patterson deceased, for tae sum of four humdred and twenty-six dollars principal and in terest thereon to date ef Judgment in the sum ef one U. 1 i a. : i i, j Y.- i - uuiiurai lubv-mne uouars ana sixir ceuu. aim lauie sum of sixty -two dollars and sixteen ceuts for taxes for the nV cal year 1876 paid by plaintiff and in the sum of one dol lar sixty-five cents the interest accrued to date eo above-named principal sum and interest from date paid at the rate of 2 ner cent iter month en both ef above-iuuned sums; also counsel fees in the sum of sixty-four dollars and ninety-three cents, and original cost in uie sum oi torty-ieur doUars, all in the gold coin ef the United States: Second In favor of 8. Reinstein and E. F. Gibson, and against John F Byrne and Susan E Byrne for the sum four hundred and fifteen dollars and sixty-two vents cipal debt, and the sum of fifty-seven dollars and sixty cents interest thereon to date, and interest on said prin cipal sum from date of Judgment until paid at the rate of 1 per cent per month, and counsel fees in the sum of seventy dollars and ninety-eight cents, and costs ef suit in the stun of eleven dollars all in gold coin of the United States ; Third In favor of Wm. R. Muarrovn. as ovm-ntr of the last will and testament of William Patterson, de ceased, against John F. Byrne and Susan E. Byrne, for the principal sum of four hundred and eighteen dollars ami fifty cents, and the sum of flfty-otie dollars and sixty cents interest thereon accrued to this date, and interest on said principal sum from date of said judgment till paid at the rate of 2 per cent, per month, and counsel fee in the sum of forty-seven dollars, and costs of suit in the mm nf eleven dollars, together with all costs which may accrue by reason of advertising, commission.etc, and Clerk's accrued costs on all of the above in the sum of eight dollars and sixty cents, all in gold com of the United Stat;8 ; to me di rected, commanding me to sell according to law certain real property set out in said decree and order of sale, to satisfy the above demands : and in oursnance thereto. have levied upon and will exposed at miblic auction, in front of the Court House door in Carson City, th-mwhv County, State of Nevada, on MONDAY, THE THIRTIETH DAY OF APRIL, A. D. 1877, between the hours of 9 a. m and 5 p. m., to wit; atone o'clock p. m., al1 the right, title, interest and claim of the defendants. John F. Bvrnt and Susan E. Byrne; of, in and to the following described mortgaged real property to wit: The north half (V)ot block No. thirty -ene (31) in Sears, Thompsom and Sears division of Carson City,' in Ormsby County, Nevada, to gether with all and singular the tenements, hereditament and appurtenances tnereto belonging or in any wise ap pel uuiiiog. 8. T. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carsou City, April 7, 1877. The ah- ve Sale is hereby ixwtixined until SATURDAY THE NINETEENTH DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1877, at sanu hour and place, by reouest of Plaintiffs and Defendants S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carson City, April 30, 1877. myl The above sale is hereby mistr-oned until THURSDAY the 31st day of MAY, A. D. 1877, at same hour and place and by request of plaintiffs and defendants. S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carson City, Mav llth 1877. OTICE IS BtTRKBV GIVEN TO ALL persons holding liens against the iinmertv of Janil P. Winnie, described as follows, to wit : Ixits numbered eight and nine in block number fifty-eight of Proetor A Greens division of Carson Citv. Nevada, that the under- signed has commenod an action in the Justice's Court ot Carson Township, Ormsby County, Nevada, before C. A. rt linereu, justice oi tne Peace, to foreclose a mechanics lien held against said property, and all persons holding liens on said premises under and by 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 all other Acts in relation thereto," approved March 2, 1877, are hereby notified to be and appear before said tmrt. 00 the Wh DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock a. m. f sai day, and to exhibit then and there the proof of tbtir Kens. DUNNING & HUNT, By Hikhis A Coryui, their attorney? Carson, Nevada, June 16, 1877. Iaw3w ORDINANCE NO. 48. An Ordinance to Abolish Opium-smoking Dens. The Board of Trustees of Carson Citv do ordain: Section 1. No person or persons shall, within the limit 01 tarson City, keep or maintain, or become an inmate of or visit or contribute to, the support of any place, houst or room, where persons frequent, or assemble, for the pur pose of smoking opium, and all such places, bouses or rooms, are hereby declared to be nuisances. section 2. Anv person who shall violate anv of the pro visions of Section 1 of this Ordinance, shall, 011 conviction thereof, be punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisonment not more than fifty davs, or by boh such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of (he Court. D. A. BENDER, President Pro tetnl Attest: Alfred Helm. Clerk. Carson City, June 12, 1877. 1 X JUSTICE S COURT, CARNOH TOWN. I ship, Ormsby County, State of Nevada, before C. A Witherell Justice of Peace. D. H. Lentz and P. A. Wagner, plaintiffs, vs. David A. Smaill and Rachel E. Smaill, his wife, defendants. Notice is hereby given to all persons holding or claiming liens on that certain piece of land, with the building and dwelling thereon, in Carson City, Ormsbv county. State of .Nevada, called and known as being the west naif of lot number nine (9) and the west half of lot number ten (10' in block number eleven (111 of Curry's Division of saiij Carson City, same being and forming one compact piece of land, under the Constitution of the State oi Nevada and under the provisions of the Act of the Legislature of said State, entitled "An Act to secure liens to mechanics and tithcrs; and to repeal all other Acts in relation thereto, ap proved March 2, 1875," to be and appear before said Jus- lice's Court on the 19th DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1877, at It o'clock a. m. of said day, and to exhibit then and there to said Court the proofs of their said liens. D. 11. LENTZ, 1 P. A. WAGNER, ( Plaintiffs Carson City, Nevada, April 27, 1877 law3w NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A PPLICATION OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PAN CARE COAL COMPANY to Remove the Officers of said Company. The Stockholders of the Pancake Coal Company, a Ciirjx'ration of Nevada, are hereby notified that a meeting of the Stockholders of add Company will b held at tne court Koom ot tne District Court of the Sec ind Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in ami for the County of Ormsbv, on SATURDAY, THE NINETEENTH UAY OF MAY, A. D. 1877, at TE.N O'CLOCK A. M. of said day, to consider the removal of the officers of said compauy. o. 11. w H.11..11 1 , listricl judge. April 28, 1877 niyltd TTICK IS IIFRKPY GlVEV HY TBI I undersigned, Assignee in Bankruptcy of the estate A. B. Dnesbach and A. B. Driesbaeh and M. D. Hatch bankrupts in bankruptcy, that I will sell at public auction on MONDAY, Shfl tMKEK 3, 1877, at 11 o clock A. M., front of the County Building in Carson City, to the highest bidder tor casn, in gold com, tne following described prop erty, to wit : All the right, title and interest of the said A. B. Driesbaeh, bankrupt in bankruptcy, to twenty-fouj thousand and fifty shares of mining stock in the mine known as the "Fourth of July Gold and Silver Mining Coni)any," located in Eureka Township the county of Eureka, State of Nevada. Also, all the right, title and interest of said bankrupt and to a certain" mining quartz claim, known as the " Da vidson or Mount Hope Mine, located in Grizzly rlat Min ing District, in El Dorado comity, State of California. Also, all the right, title and interest to the notes, book Accounts and demands belonging to said estate, that re main unsatisfied at the time of sale. ISRAEL CRAWFORD, Assignee. Carson City, August 8th, 1877 IN DISTRICT COURT, SECOND JUDICIAL District, State of Nevada. County of Ormsby. In the matter of the estate of Vtilliam Patterson, deceased. Upon reading and filing the iietition of Alexander Leport, in the above entitled matter praying that a decree be made authorizing ar.d directing the executor of the last will and testament of said deceased to convey to the said Alexander Leport certain real estate, to wit : Lots seven (7) and ten (1(1) in block forty-eight (48) of Sears, 'Ilium won & Sears' division of Carson city, Nevada, and that a day of aregu lar term of said Court be apiwinted for the hearing of said iietition, and that due and legal notice of the pendency of said iietition and of the hearing thereof be given accord ing to law, and it appearing therefrom that a proiier cauue therefor exists, it is hereby ordered that SATURDAY, JULY 7th, 177, a day of a regular term, to wit : of the June, A. D. 1877, term of this Court, at the Court-room of this Court in parson City, at 10 A. . of said day, be appointed as the time and place of the hearing of said pe tition; when and where ail persons interested in said es tate may appear in the manner prescribed by law and con test said ietition, and that a copy of this order be pub lished at least once a week for four successive weeks before iaid bearing in the Mornino Ait-sal, a newsiiaiier pub lished in Ormeby county, Nevada. S. II. WKIGflT, District Judge Second Judicial Ih's'riot. Caw f y, Nev., Juno 15th, 1877. ielHw DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. H. T. DUNNING and E. OT. HPV'T, dolnu business at the Lake Tahoe Lumber Yard, under the firm name of Dunning & Hunt, dissolve partnership this day by mutual consent. H. T. Dunning will collect all bills due to and pay all demands against the obi firm. The business will be continued at tue oid piaoe uj M. Hunt, as sole proprietor. Carton City. April lUUi 1878. m 1878. PROSPECTUS 1878 DAILY MORNING APPEAL. TARNON CITY, SKY ADA. The Proprietor of the Morn a Apfkal takes thin method of informing the fiukbv that with the New Year are begun oertain changes and reforms which, he flatters him self, will make his patier more attractive, as it eertainly will he made more available to every one. Thus, the Prio of Weekly Mnbserlption by Carrier rS REDUCED FROM 50 TO 25 CENTS. THE LOCAL DEPARTMENT Will be, more than ever, the special feature of the paper. THE POLITICS OF THE APPEAL Will be, as always, Strictly Blne-k Republican, or " RacUealV And the editor anticipates with pleasure tie probability that in supporting the next E. publican candidate for the Presidency, be will support OKNERW. ft RANT IN 10. Meantime the Appeal will nail the Old Fiao to the inAHt, and n -ither surrender to the Adhrrenri of the Loat CauM, Sor give its support to a policy which DentoIiHhed tbe Repnblican Party at Vlie lamb. And sought to IlandcnflT 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 eotirage and ability. But the Appeal will be especial) v valuable fas an ADVEBSTIsINU M EDI if Because of its greatly enlarged cirufc Also it will be, as heretofore conducted FAMILY JOURNAL, DeToted to the promotion of good tat Letters, Education and the Arts. 'THE YEARLY SUBSCRIPT! Has been greatly reduced, are as follows : The new r by mail : One Year f Six Months Three Months lInYariably in advance. "S- And now is the time to subscribe : the time to advertise ; now is the tia begin sending the Appkal to your fri HENRY R. MIGHELS, Rditor and Proprietor Dailt Morxiks A BISHOPS DIRECTORY or Virginia, Cold Hill, Silver City, Cat City and Reno. 1 O "7 O-O. One Volume, svo, 600 pp. Price 94. Canvassers are now in the field gathering informal for the above work. It will contain a complete and re lis hie register of all residents, and a full classified Ilnsiness Directory. Information relating to the growth, popela tion, etc., of those cities, their municipal iroveniuieD's educational institutions, religious and Benevolent assons tions, mining interests, etc., making It ajinwt useful to of reference for everv resident. H. C. VANDAI.L, ...... Pablis Compiled by D. M. BISHOP & CO.. compilers Tht,o San Francisco Directory, directories of Oakland, AIaum-4 Uerkely, MockUui, ban Jose and California State Bunsera Directory. Changes, removals, etc., mav lie left with our mal. John G. Fox, Carson street, Carson Citv. ta 11 VOTirK Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT IM i3l pursuance of an Order of the District Court if 11m Second Judicial District in and for the County f Ortiisl and State of Nevada, made on the 8th day of August, IsTT in the matur of Guardianship of the ihtsoiis and estate tf Charles T. Smith, Clara Smith, Alice Smith, Ffar Smith, and Etna Smith, the undersigned, the guardian of th said persons and estate, will sell at private sal to the high est bidder for cash, cold coin of the United Slah-s, on the 12th DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 178, subject to confirm- ation of the said District Court, at the law office of T. O. Kdwards, at No. 7 Kini? street, all the right, title, interest ty of OiTiishy, State of Nevada, on a judgment ohtaiuet therein on the Wth day of November, A. I. 1877. aof atttsted on tbe 5th day of December, A. D. 1877, in favor if Gillson and llaiber, plaintiffs, and airainst Robert Simp son and Jennie Minpson. nis wile, iieii-uilaiitH. for the principal sum of Five Hundred (:.o0) Dollars, with inter est thereon to date of judgment, amounting to the sum of Fifty-four and 4h-10 ."4 4"), together with W0 as attor ney's fees, and costs of this suit taxed at .M 1.1.1(10: mid sums amounting in the airvreiratc to Seven Hundred aos Five and (t'.-loo dollars 111 I nited State irold coin, and that the said principal sum of :Vsi liears interest from the date of judgment at the rate of two and one-half ('.') pet cent, prr month, and Clerk s accruing costs in the sum of ft :t0 -100, anil all i-osts which may accrue bvreason of at vertising, commissions of sale, etc , all ill gold coin of tae United staU-s. and to me directed, coniiiianiliiiL' me to scM certain rial proH-rtv set out in s-.tid Decree and 'nUf rf Sale, to satisfy the the above demand, to it : That r am piece of laud ill Carson Citv, oniisbv County. State of Nevada, called and knoHii as and heiiiir the whole of Lol Number Five (f) in Itlin k Number Sixty-thn-e (flfi). is Proctor and Greens Division of said Carson Citv ; arid la pursuance thereto, I have levied upon and will expose al Hililic amaiou to the highest and licit ImMi-r for cash is 'nited States gold coin, on VoNIIAV. THK IHxt HAT liKCKMRKR, A. D.1877, in front of the Court lloasr loor, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 r. to wit : at One o'clock r. m., all of the real pro-rty dcscnbwd as of the saiil miner heirs in and to that said piece of lard situate, lying and being in the County of Do.iglaa, sad State of Nevada, and deserilnd as follows, to ait: What is known as the Warm S riiitr or Smith Ranch; term and condition of sal : easb, gold com of the I iald . on dav of sale. 1WX4 W. D SMITH, tiuaxtnaa.