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lniiWAAY DECEMBER 13. 187 P. A. WAGNER & CO. Carson Street, corner of Musser, Carson City. Nev. MHSsR. . . R n, infirm the public that they announce no decline itt prices, because they sell Lower than any other House in the County ! Tbey ocfy competition, and ask purchasers to compare their prices with those of any and all dealers. ALWAY- ON HA.SU A FVIO. 1.1NE OF HARDWARE, STOVES, Nails. Kettles, Wooden Goods Tinw ire, Shoves, Pices. PAIIVTS AI OILS, Class and Crockery vare. Sashes, Door?, Window Glass, RrB0r.i( GO .. VV . A HER. UOtifERS AND HEARERS. Washing Machines. A nJete Tin shop :uid competent workmen. Piumbing aril Gas Kitting done. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Mv 10, 1878. f A. WAGNER. FV i? V? f P t f -V 5 CALL AXI srTTLE! ALL PARTUS IKDtBTED TC THE ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE Are Expected to Settle Their Accounts with the Under- signed on or before DECEMBER 31st, 1878, Or Take the Cvnirqarnrd of tliir Oe linqucncy. FRANK BOSKOWITZ, Proprietor. Carson, Deoerobhr 2, 1878. FAMILY GROCERY. fMHB CHOICEST AND RARK1 GrnOOI3H.I23S Pi r family use constantly on hand S7"For Mro M"le Thlr Nt to Bo lr round EUr where CO TO CHENEY'S. A general assortment of the best staple and choice grrc Adams Block, Carson street, corner of Telegraph. January 8, 1878. J. K. MARSHALL, AGENT FOR JOME Ml'TlUl. AND OTHER LEAD ING IXSVR VNCE VOMPAX1ES. l7'Offie at Jnhn G. Fox's Bookstore. "Y Carson, January 20, 1878. NOTICE Of DISSOLUTION Or C0JASr NERSHiP. frtHK rOPRTNKK IP HFRKTPFOHF I existing between W. A. Hawthorn, M. L. Yager, Jerry Schooling, John S. Adams and James B. Taylor, in the busin gs of mining and ranching in Esmeralda County, Neva la, has been dissolved hv inntu I consent. Mr. Haw thorn w:ll pav all debts contracted by the partnership in Esmeralda Cottntv; the othtr parties will pay and fhs-har-e all liabilities contracted bv the partnership mttsue of saki county. W. A. HAWTHORN, M L. YAGER. JERKY SCHOOLING, JOHH S. AbAMS, . JAM EM B. TAYLoR. Ilecember 5th, 187s. BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE, CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS, CAKSON CITY, NEVADA. TTIt.FG NT P H I V i T B ft R- japsm, i I ... , TJ rrt'i..Q anil K7 liri tt't) 'S-'--. I I ' i ' .lill ' " ...... - I Tea ns can alwivs he ontaincei. Particular attention paid to livery horses Attondanta on hand Day and Mplit. 1I0RSES BOARDED BY THE PAY OR WEEK ON REASONABLE TERMS. J. M. BENTON, Proprietor. Carson, January 20, 1876 Steam Cabinet Shop K1A1SH & TURNER, Corner of Ormeby and! Second street near the Urmaby liouse. Carson City. Nevada XV E WOri.O TIIE ATTENTION of Carpenters. Wagonroakers. and all other Worn', workers to the fact that we can work both Soft aD l Hard Wood Lumber to any desired shape. Edze tools ground and sharpened in the best manner. We also Sarfsm Lumber, make Tone nrl and Grooved Flooring-, Beaded Ceiling. Parties will do well to give us a call, as we are prepared to do good work at reasonable rates. Famltnr Repalr'ng- Wood Turning and Scroll twins1. Fence Post and Picket ntte plain or turned or faney. may'tf REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. HsxoUvd, 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 notion, and not a confederacy bound together with ropes of sand, and that both State and National Governments should give ample and competent protection to its citizens, both at home and abroad ; that against the assaults of traitors and rebels, the Republican party has preserved those Governments, and the Republicans of Nevada now demand that every qualified elector in every tat South and North Democrat and Republican, black or white, shall be (lenuitted, undisturbed by force and un awed by fear, to vote at all elections at the p!nee re scribed by law, and that every vote so cast shall be honest ly counted, and that every person chosen by such votes, to any oce, shall be freely inducted into i aid effectively supported in the discharge of its duties; that the perma nent pacification of the Southern section of the I nion, in.l the complete protection of all its citir,ens hi their civil, political, personal and property risfhta, is the duty to which the Republican partv stands sacredly pledged. In rder to redeem this plodte it plaoed the reott amend ments in the C-onstitution, and up'tn the righteous bais of naid amendments it will po forw:u"d in the work of pacifi cation until peace shsll come throutrh rirht doin? and o n tentment throuph justice. That the eidcat purpose of the Democratic party, if it should come into fuil power, i." to pay hundreds of millions of suspended war claims of disloyal men, already presented to Congress or awaiting a favorable moment for prcsentai ion, make it doubly im !ortant. 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. tie-Halved, That the validity of the Presidential term was difinitely and finally settled by the Forty fourth Conn ss, and that tbe attmjt shadowed forth by the Potter resolu tions to disturb the title by which President H-iyes and Vice President Wheeler hold their seut is revolutior.ary and dangerous in the extreme, and characteristic it is of tlte uulerl3"iu motives of the rebel l)e!nvTH.y calls forour unqualified disapproval and denunciation. Rt'Htilnil, That it is the duty of Congress to perfect witl. ill post-ible exjicdition sr.ch legislation as will secure to the country the benefit of an honest ond fair adjustment ot freights and fares on all railroads, whose construction is the result of land grants, subsidies, loans and other tJovemnient aid or assistance. R'tlivti, That the Republican party favors and dcmar.rb At the hands of the State I'irtsl'ittire havinp i view tin regulation and equalization of frieifhts and fares oti tlit railroaiis within this State. fl-ftlrfd That in their shameless disretrard of nn avowed p in -i)le, the Demivratic p:iriy -if this State, in Their unmistakable purpose to nominate the present in .-uinbent of the Gubernatoiial orlice f.i- a thirl t- rin. have brought urMn ihenjst'Ues the descrvtrd distrust, not on pf ev. rv Kepublican. but of the more honorable a;id cim sistcnt members of their own party. Rt'iW-i1, Tiiat we belii ve m the doc-irine of rotation in offk"-, ?nd t!iat so heli.-vini.'. wv are opo-msl to the notni nation i-f -.mdidates to otlice under the Slate (Juvermncnt for a , .,ru t-rm. R, v,;,,v,'. That we hail with joy the rcmonetization of silver as a step towards our emancipation from the yTa-sp of the srrupt money ri;rns of Eunpe and .Vmeri-i, and i we ask liiyrcs to complete the measure of our reitenip tion by aceor.iins: t silver unrestr'iiripu ninae iVjx?r.W, That in the letrislati. n of the Korty-tifth t'on jrrtv. tiothinr more fully commands our approbation than the efforts of our Senators ami Representative in secunnt the remonetiration of silver and the dual standard in the coinage of the country. AVWrf, That there should be retrenchment in the public service ; that men elated to orlice should be quali lied by education, inte'liirence and business habits to per form the duties of their respective otliecs; and that the system of deputyshiis anil clerkships at. pre-ent existing in the interest of state officers shouid be abolished at once and forever. Ret'ilctd, That public lands are the property of the pen pie, and therefore they should be reserved for uctuol s. t tiers, aided in their settlement by the Government and protected in their possession by just laws. Jlce'rlvfi, That we ;-ecoruize tbe wisdom of the framers ' ' .institution in providiuir for the taxation of the proceeds .i mc lumvs, ;riat a?' taii sliouM he eonal an'1 uniform; that the present system of taxation is as just and fair as any that can be devised and should be pre served ; that the mininrf corporations, doinir business in t.hi State pay no more than their just proportion of taxes, while U:e railroad projerty situated within ttus St.ite pays much less than its just proportion; that no more taxes should be raised any one year than are nee ssatv to defray the actual and necessary exfienses of the State during the same period, when ecnomically administered; that the jiresent rate of assessment of property should he docrr as ed so asto produce only such a sum as is absolutely re quired to pay the exp. uses f the State, at the saoie time havi'itrdue regard to the surplus of fuels air..ah in the Treastirv. liwtnd. That the Republican party of the State of Vevnua is opposed to and protests aiSiitist any rejh-al. mlirication or change of the law t vxinir the pet proceeds of the mines, commonly known as the Bullion Tax t.a'.c. Rwlrrd, That we refer with pride to the record of the Republican party in IV-nress, where, in spite of the as saults of a malignant and unsorupuious opposition, not oi e stain of dishonor rested, and not one act has been brooch to IL'ht which reflects anything but renown noon the rep resenta'ives of our oraniauion and its principles. fl'tolvd, 'I hat labor in itself rec ionizes the Republi can party as its exponent ; demands emancipation fro:n oppression, and eleva'ion to its t roper dignity, a jit-t and equal place with capital, and that both are a. ike necessary to the well heiii of society. Iicv!"fJ, hat the General Government should immedi ately take such steps as to absolutely stop tiie further im migration of Asiatics to our country : and that such just and fieaceful measures shotild be adopt eil may be aporo priate. and neces.ary to induce those a'ready among us ti quit our shores at the earliest prae iral momet. lirfioh-fit, Tliat the Kciuihiican party of tl e State of Nevada enters its most solemn protest r'.n-l condemnation aTainst any cornqt interference in the politics or legisla tion of this State by moneyed rings or corponti .ns. or the representatives of aggregated wealth or capil ii: that we view with alarm the increasing and unceasing attempts of the moneyed powers of the Pacific States to eontrol the elections and sliape the legislation of s;iul Mates; that the principle and practice are fraught wi'h dai.t-er to our re publican form of government, and should he frowned down and resisted by every individual who ha- at h art the w. 1 fare of Amercan institutions and the freedom of the masses. Urs'i'vfd, That we are unalterably opposed to the diver sion of any moneys raised by the. taxation of the whole tK'ople t-i the ust or benefit of any eect or relgioiis denom nation. Hrmdred, Tnat we solemnly declare it to be tbe senti ment of the Republican party that the hrei.eh of a ple!'e gien to a nominating convention by a stHves.-ful cat'di datc f r olfice is more disgraceful i'lid disfe norable tl an the violation of any private trust or duty '-an pos.ihlv he. Rfnttlred. That to promote the advancement of edtreatu i and monils. to stimulate a true and beneficent etilightei ment. and to preserve to the men, woineu :r-d children this tate the fmi.s of t'e taxes to cheerfully borne and generously disbursed in behalf of our admirable system of public schools; to maintain the I nion and p.oteet its flair; to guard the memories of the dead v, ho died iu the nam of I nion, liberty and law; and to vindicate ali -f t acts and purposes, is the aim and mission of the llep.ibli can party here and e'sewhere; and, hrst ot all. to do tnat which is best for the preservation and perpetuation f that part an.i its principles, holding ;.'l men's ciaiiris and aspi rations secondary to these high aims and end-; thtseare our duties, and these the intentions we do most etrcnu ously inainUtdi and avow. H. B. HARRIS, Chairman. ALF. I'OTEN, Secretary fif the Republican Mate (Antral Committee. fN TnV. IVISTHtCT roVRT T: --'- ond .ludlcial District of the State of Nevada, in ari l for the County of (irnisby Anna R. Galviti. p!:.i;it fl vs. Morris Galvinl defendant. Action brought in ti e District Court of the Seconal Judicial District, of tic State of Ne vada, in aijd for the County of Onoshy, ami the c-.ro lah;t filed in said County of Oroishv. in the oihee of the Clerk of said Distrii" Court. The State of Nevada sends jr -e ir;g to Morris Calvin, defendant: You are hereby Kqi r. d to apfiear in an acLtoti l.ritught against you by the ahoii named plaintiff, iti the District Court of the Second Judicial Di--trict of the Sta'i; of Nevada, in and for the Corn'y of Ormsby, anil to answer the complaint filed beieri ;a copy of which accompanies this suunno'isi with'n ten iavs ex clusive of the ilay of service) after the service inouof this summons -if servtd within this eoont. : o if crv d out of this county, but in this Distrie, within twenty davs, otherwise within forty days- or jstdetrent by default wi 1 be taken agrttitit voii. The said action is brought tot'i.rod and set .-ide the bonds of matr mony exisfjne: between you and plaintiff, on the ground of our wiKt'il i egievt and refusal to prov;ih plaintiff and her eh'Id Minor,''. r either of them, whb the c mmon nee s;,rie of life for the l ist year or more ; wherefore plaintiff pr: ys that she b' divorced from you ("aid defendant), and I hit she be de creed tbe custody of said child Elinor; a'l of wioch is more fullv and spccitirally set forth it) plaintiff's c mt-laint. now otifi le in my otficcAml yoC are herebv no il'ed that if you fail to appear and answer the said romr'aint as above re quired, the sail! plaintiff will apply to fie Court for the relief demanded. t Given under my hand ami the seal cf the Vistriet ( , ) Court of the Second Judicial I'isttict of ti e S't tc ) ''' fof Nevada, in and for the County of ( rm-hy. this 7th day of June, in the yertr ' ?-our Laird, one thou sand eight hundred and msventy-cigj c. je8-fwlaw ALFRED HE1.V, Clerk. KVSonarch Saloon, North Canon at., oppo te Paanenirer De o rpiTB FINKST BK-iNOS UV WI.VS. SPIRITS. MA.T TIQrOR ANO ,10R" BrLLIARDS.- T fioiwt Billiard Table in the State. P. GREGOVICH, Propiietor. DR. L J. C2APKAY'6 PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE. 127 Montgomery street, San Francisco OppouHe tbe Occidental Hotel. ESTABLISHED IN 1H54. for Iks Permanent Care of all ree'al and Camnie Diseases, as Iso nil Female Complaint and Diaeaoes of the Nervous Hi stem. I man life annually from secret and ehronic disease caused Uiis old and reliable institution to he estsblishcc first in Philadelphia. Penn., in 1S5, and afterwards in Sat FraDcisco, (iiJ., in 1KM, as a private dispensary, iu order tr afford tbe afflicted th fxt medical and surgical trcatroen for tlie atsive and all other affections and complaints Consul Uitions at the institute or by letter, FREE. To the AlH-ct-rt: Dr. L. -1. Caapkay woukl most respectfully inform the public of the Pacific coast that, at the earnest solicitation of his numerous friends, and hundreds of those nnfortu atelv afflicted with disease, he has reopened his MEDICAL VND" SURGICAL INSTITUTE and resumed the practice if his profession. The doctor wonld remind all those who ire in need of medical aid, that since relinquishing his very extensive and successful practice in San Francisco, he has visiuxl the principal cities in Europe, inspecting dili gently the most renowned hospitals, and (Fathering the ex perience of the most learned in the profession, the benefit from which he offers to all in need of his services. Rheu matic affections, chronic catarrh, diseases of the stomach md kidneys, liver complaint, etc., successfully treated Those who' are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, physical and mental debility, ire assunsl of a permcnent cure. Charges moderate. All communications strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express. Address L. J. CZAPKAV, M. D..Pis rt:l27 Montgomery t, between Hush and Sutter st., ati'25-lT San Francisco. FITS, EPILEPSY OR-- FAS.i.IhSCii SK'KiVKSS. r -.. ii ni i j fnr-it no humhntr y on. onlli's ussii-e o' Dr. ulwrit'i, eleh-ate lot'aliihl Kif Povr .r To convince sufferers that these iiwders will do all we elaim for tliein, we will sene hem by mail. M-t iml . a free 'I riai Ihit As Dr Goulard is the only physician that has ever made this dis a.se a sjvcihl study, and as to our knowledge thousand 'lave boon p i ta i r e u I y cured by the use if thest ..v er. ive Mill (iasri. I e- . ierniM- n ettre in every (tise, or o'uil y u M riioBfi x n. i i. All snffcrers sh'iild give these Powih rs ai :ar!y trial, and be convinced of their curative powers. Price, for fcsrgK hoT. $A, or 4 boxes f.r 10, sent by mai o at,y part of the I'.iited KtoU's or Cjinuila on rexvipt once, or by express, C. IK D. Addri-ss, ASH & R06?INS, :ifiO FriToN Stkkrt, I!i;oohi.vn, N. V. feblOi CONSUMPTION I o s i t. i v c I y V w p v 1 . All t-T)fTn,r from this i!isa- that ire anxious to h tirtd should try Mr. ki it ' It-br-. f --tuiipf f v Poutlr There TowthTH are the onh preTranifiun knouri that will ourv otmum aim 11 tlis;at8 cf the li ! fid liiiatitr iiid.xxi, f -trony in tnir fiiith in them, and alswi to rnvinoe you thai fht-r are tu huinhiiLr, we will forward to every euffrcr, n il, jMtfct liiid, a fr Tr ox We den t w;mt your money until you are perfectly fiatic ird of their curative powerM. If your life if worth navini; don't delay in civm- 'Jitw F.Vi r a trial, as the wil -un'ly eure you. IV'co, f-r laro Tw:x. f8, nt t any part of the I'tute tivle-s or ( 'li Mi, hy mail, ou receipt of price. Audrewn A H & RuB'ilNS wm-mmui EPORiufr, r.ns. siodons, t'ntfer .fie Arlington H-cie Cr-i, H TO V R f jK It KS--M VKIM. ANO eel Fit iiiia.-:aitie4j. nUirik; tnd Fitting (sp rlHlt. PJiitlit 1J nit) to fr.ir. gm y of Co nw -111 Kf f Fining (ltr( In ucltoii ii vert. Xylite Ladie.s are cordially invite-i to call. September 21rt, 1S7S. fHK cnpiPTVKH'HIP i(t.1"'Fn 0 P. A. Wagner and John G. Fox, under the name and stvle of P. A. Wagmr & Co., of ( arson City, Nevada, wa. .tfssolved by mutual consent May 2.1, 1ST8, Mr. (barb i Sadler having purchased tbe entire interest of l!r. John G Fox therein. 1 ne business will hereafter be carried on by the under signed. Charles Sadler and P. A. Wagner, under the firm name of P A. Wagner .V CV., who will collect all dues and i ay all debts of I'. A. Wagner & Co. P A. WAGNER, CHAS. SADLER. Car'on. Nevada. My 7, 187t?. m SHERIFF'S SALE. nVV'iHTl'K " " Rt'F ivn onPKf I of ilc issued out of and under the seal of the Hon second Judicial District Conr in and for Cries! v i oun y ;i.n'. state of N'evida, on a judgment oh ained therein oi. the Sth d:iy o." July. A. D. U7S, in fav r of Wm H. Mns grove, ex. cu or of the estate of William l atterson.de eeased. a.ud ajrair.st Adolphus Vi aitz aid Ar.u W aitz. for he sum of ?."!, "i'h interest thereon at tie rate f two 'J) pa r cent, per month from the 15th day of Noiemlaj' V. I. ISTti; and tbe further sum of fai, with it.terdl thereon at the rae of two (-2) per c -nt. per moi.th fron 'he 14th day ot October. A I). 1S7V, until paid: and the further sum of p'i 7i, w ith in eresi thereon fem the fit' day of liecemher, A. D 1S77, until pi id. at tie rate of two (2) per cent, per month ; and the stun of $' 7 ?M. witl nter.st there n at the rate of two (J) rcr ci nt. per mon'l fr nil the is h dav of January, A. D. 1S7S. until paid ; ami the sum of $72 7T for cost, and charges in this action, to gether with ail accruing costs, all in the cold coin of tin t'nit-ed -tates, ami to me directed, como-anding me to sell eeriain real proiierty set out and de cribed in said de- ree md order of sate, and in pursuance thereto I have levied upon and will .ixpnse a public sa'e on 'I ITSl'AY, Till :'! DAY OF OCTORER, A. D. 18"H. between the bour f ! A, si and a !'. u., to wit, at 1 o'clock p. M. , in front of the Court House door in said Ormsby Co- nty, to the higb i st Hiid best bidder, the followinc de.erihid real property, to wit : Lots numbered seven (71, ten (In) and ti e mu'l wclve (p.') feet of lot (it) in hi. k nund crcd eight h), o Proctor & Green's Division of at son ( ify, rmby County Vevad.i, as ile.-ignaled on the olhcial mat of said Caroi City. S. T. SW FT. Ctitson Cilv. Septi-nioer 2 1.-78. Sheriff. VTUTP'" -i VY f;V ' TP i T tiii W Assessor bus this d v dcliveri 1 to ti e mn'i rsis rci' tt'e As-- ssn'cnt lloll I'or tbccumnt f veal 1 1 nr, U ceil n ',x iih the ntai book and tbe orieinid lists of repi rty, am tliat the P-oard of C icuiiv Con missii itci s will fit as a Heard of Equalization at the Com ty Clerk's i.fl'ce en titil i, tip nilii-r HI h 'ti tsiil m lOd o'clock a. m ., spd eiii tit in in session from time t" A ettuas rovideii i yl w. until the business d cquaiia oo , resented is disnosed of. ALFRED I'FI M. Clerk Hoard of Coonl v C.-nife'ssioners Orinsitj Oouotv. Nevada. Oa-d ' " ' "1 178. ' to NOTICE. T ''' 'C- f" l1 f i t 15 V f I V '' V T t I T Tfl ' i undersigned Trustees of the Pancake Coal Company a corn rat'on orcar.izcd and i x's'intr rra'i i at d I y virtue of the lavs of the ta'e of Nc.vnd. rave oa'h 1 a.nd do hereby '"ill a inc.. ting1 cf the stockholders of saj'd ii.rpora tiou. to be held at the effice of fhe coirpanv in arson Citv. 'eiada. ft otFic; of 't.C rfin on thel"th"lAv F ACG I ST, A D. 17. at 12 o'clock M. ef s.itd day. for the pur pose of increa -inir the capita' stock op sab ciicpani' from one million dollars, consisting of fifty thousand 'bares if twenty dollars each, to two million dolh-rs, onsisting of one hundred thousand tJtares of twontv dollars each. June 10, 1b78. C. fif'RPV, MARK STRAUS, HORACE Clf4DALIi, JOHN R. WHITE, T COFFIN, je21w8anl7 Trustees of Pancake Coal Company. LOST! I" vTW':. OA ' 'D T.WFl VI"1"'. ' a Memorandum Foolr, containing pspersanil letters. The 1 ndcr by leaving tlie same at the Carton Post Off ee will oriu a favor. Ljl'! A. CAMERON BY VIRTUE OF A DKCKF.E AND ORDKR OF SAl k issueri oat of and tinder the Seal of the Hen. Ses.o .Indicia! I istrict Court ia and for the County of Ormsav staf of Nevada, on a Judgment obtaim'd therehi on ti t Uln day of March, A. D. 1877, and attested on the fith da of April, A. D. 1877, in favor -of ' James Mowan and against John F. Byrne, Susan EL Byrne, S. Reiiwlein, 14. F. Gib sod, and William R. Mosgrove Exeeutnr of the lust wib and testament of William PaUurson deceased, for tbe sun of four hundred ami twenty-six dollars principal an in terest thertxm to date f Judgment in the sum of on hundred fifty nine dollars and sixty cents, and in the sun of sixty-two dollars and sixteen cents for taxes for the fis ad year 187t paid by plaintiff and in the sum of one dol :ar sixty-five cents the interest accrued to date oo above-named principal sum and interest from date jiaid at the rate of 2 per cent per month on both of atx-ve-named sums; also eounsel fees ia the sum o sixty-four dollars and ninety-three eents, and orijriual cos' in tlie sum of forty-four dollars, ail in the roid coin of th. I uiUsl States: Second In favor of S. Relnstein and E. F. Gibson, am igainst John F Byrne and Susan E Pvrue for the s'tm our hundred and fifteen dollars and sixty two cents cljial debt, ami tlie sum of fifty-seven dollurs and sixt vntti interest Ihensui to date, anil interest on said prin cijial fiun from date of Judgment until paid at the rate o per cent per dkhi th, and counsel foes in the sum o' i-eventy dollars and ninety-eight cents, and costs of suit ii the sum of eleven dollars- oil in gold soia of tlie I nite SUtes; Third In favor of Wm. R. Hustrrove, as exeeuUir of the last will and totajnent of William Patterson, de ceased, against John F. Uyme and Susan K. Ryme, for tin jirincipal sum of four hundred and eightem dollars am i.fty cents, and the sum of tifty-cne dollars and sixty cent iuterest thcrtxm accrued to this date and interest un sai. nriiiciial sum from date of said judgment till aiil at th. rate of 2 per cent, per month, and counsel fee in the sun of forty-seven dollars, and costs of suit in the sum o eleven dollars, togotlier with all costs which mav accrue In roaon of advertising, commission, etc., and Clerk's avri.e isists on all of the above in the sum of eight dollars an' sixty cents, all in gold coin of tbe I nitcd States; to me rii rectod, commanding me to sell aecording to law ecrtaii real projs rty set ntt in said decree and onlcr of sale, t satisfy the above demands; and in pursuance Uiereto, have levied utsm :uid will exposed at public auction, i Cront of the Court. House door in Carson Citv, Ornish County. Utah! of Nevada, on MONDAY'. THE THIItTIETI DAY OF APK1L. A-. D. 1S77, hctiLn the hours of :) a. m and 5 p.m., to ait; atone o'clock p. m., all the ri:;h title, interest and claim of the defendants, John F. Hyrn and Susan E. Ryrne; of, in and to the following doscritie. laorttragtW rmil projierty to wit: Tlie north halt (,'(;)' biis k No. thirty-ene (ill) in Sears, Thomtwoni aud Hear, livision of (Urson City, in Ormsby Comity, Nevai.i. t. getlier with ail and singular the tcnen eii s," lieredilaineiii aisl apuit.'ruiiiccs InereU) belonging or in any wis ai jsraininif. S. T. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carson Carj-, AjtiI 7, 1ST7. Tlie above Sale is herbj posiisined until SATliliDAI THE NINETEENTH DAY OF MAY, A. f. Is?7, at sani ou; and jihu-e, by request of Plaintiffs ainl Defendtiot S T. SWIKT, SberifT Carson CVj , Airil 30, 1S77. myl The aliove sale is berebypostp.medunt.il TLCltSDA ;he "1st day of 11 AY . A. D 177, at saine hour and plac. and by mpiest of jil uiillffs mi .isteu.hi.its. S. T. SWIVT, Shoriff. Carson City, llay !9th ls77. NrTI K I HMtKHV U'VKN TO All persons holding liens against the property of Jaeol P. Winnie, described as follows, to wit : lxit numliere. , eight and nine in block numlier fifty-eight of Iroetor . 'irien's division of Carson City, Nevada, that the under -ig nod has commencail an action in the Justice's Court o 'arson Township, Ormsby County, Nevada, before C. A Witberell, Justice of the Peace, to foreclose a mechanic' ien held against said property, anil all persons holdin iens on said premises under and by virtue of an Act of tin Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled "An Act U K'cure liens to mechanics and others, and to repeal a' other Acts in relation thereto," approved M;irch 2, 1877 ire herebv notified to be and apiear before said Court, oi helth DAY OF Jl T.Y. A. D. 1877, at 10 o'clock A. M. if ai dav, and to exhibit then and there the proof of tlx i hens. DUNNING & lib NT, Ry Harris A cV.KriN, thtir attorneys Carson, Nevada, June 10, 1877. lawSw ORDIiVANt K NO. 4H. An Chxiinance to Abolish Cpium-siis.king Tiens. 5 Hie liiiard of Trustees of Carson City do ordain: Section 1. No person or persons shall, within the limit- f Carson City, keep or maintain, or become an inmate of or visit or contribute to, the support of any place, hous. r room, where persons frequent, or assemble, for the pur Hisc if smoking opium, and all such places, houses is risims are hereby declared to be nuisances. Sect Un 2. Any person who shall violate any of the pro visionn of Section 1 of this Ordinance, shall, on eoutietiui here . be putiishrl by a fine not exceeding iw.e huiulric. dollars, or imprisonment not more than fifty days, or hi 'sijh such fine uid iinprisotinient, in the discretion of tin .'ourt. D A. RENDER, 1'reaideut Pro teuij Attest: Alfrkd Hr.LM. iTerk. 'arson City, June 12, 1S77. .i JISTH I7 I'OI'KT, AKOX Tll . 1 ship, Ormsby Comity, State of Nevada, before C. A. t ithereil Justice of Pe-i.-e. D. H. I'iitz and P. A. Wagner, plaintiffs, vs. David A -maill and Rachel E. Sir..iill, his wife, defendants. Notice is hereby given to all persons holding or claimin iens on that certain piece of land, with the buildirur an. Iwelliug thcres.n, in Carson City. Ormsby county. Suite o Nevada, called and known as licing the west half of lo number nine (!l) and the west h:ilf of lot number ten (10 n block number eleven ;il) of Curry's Division of sai .'arson City, same being and forming one compact piece o and. under the Constitution of the State of Nevada am mder the pro Kions of the Act of the Legislature of san itate, entitled An Act to secure liens to mechanics ane ithers; and to repeal all other Acts in relation thereto, ap -iroveil March 2. IS7.ri," to be and appear before said Jus ice's Court on the 19ih DAY OF MAY, A. I). Is77, at P 'clock A. M. of said day, and to exhibit then and there t aid Court the proofs of their said Metis. D. 11 LENTZ. , . ,. P. A. WAGNER, i Pla',tlfr' Carsm City, Nevada, April 27. Is77 law3w NO'i'iris to si.''(Hiini.ims, VPPI.ICATION OF ST(K"K HOLDERS OF THE'PAN CAKK COAL COMPANY to Remove the Orlwwrs o said Company. Tlie SUs'kholuers of the Pancake Coa .'onqiany. a Corjioralion of Nevada, art hereby notifies hat a mtvting of the SUntkholders of said Comp;uiy will b eid at tlie Court Room of the District Court of the Sec nd Jtidiei.d District of the State of Nevada in anil for tin County of Omishy. on SATURDAY, THE NINETEENTH DAY F MAY, A. 1). 1877, at TEN (VCI.OCK a. m. of sail lav, to consider the removal of the officers of saideoiiipauv. S. II. WRIGHT, District Judiie." April 28, 1877 mylti TU'K I- II' ii ' V S'VK "V '' H i undi.Tsigni 4, Assignee in Bankruptcy of the estate . R. Dne-Jiacl d A. R. Priesbach and M. D. Hatch bankrupts in bankrnp cv, that 1 will sell at public aueiioi m MONDAY, M PTHIIIEK :t, 1877, at 11 o'clock A. M., ii ront of the County lluilding iu Carson City, to the highest bidder for cash, in gold coin, tbe following described prop rty, to wit: All tl e riijit, title and interest ot the said A it. Driosbach, bankrupt in bankn t tcy. t- tweiity-foui .bousatid and fifty shares of mining stock in the mini known xs tlie " Fourth of Juiy ijioUi ami Silver Mining. Compuiy," lot afed in Eureka Township the county o' l.ut'eka, 8Mte of Nevada. Also, ii'l the right, ti'.le and hitcrest of said bankrupt uid t a eirtain minim; quartz claim, known as the " Da vidson or Mount Hope Mine," located in Grizzly Flat Mm ng Dis rict, iu El l orailo eounty. tute oi C alifornia. Also, all the right, title and interest to the notes, b.iot ccounts and demands belouciii.' to said estate, that rv nain unsatisfied at the tune of sale. i.-diAKI. CRAWFORD, Assignee Carson City, August STh. Is77 IV l Itl- OI T, K OMl .M I M I l District. State of Nevada. County of Onoby. In thi 't'titter of the estate of M illiam Patterson, deeeiwcd. -Upon reading and filins.' the petition of Alexander Leport n the above entitbd mailer, praying that a decree be mailt ui!horiing ai.d diriict.itiL' the executor of the last will ane 'cstament of sa'd ilcci-ased to convey to the said Alcxandei court, certain real I'state. to w it : Iits si'vi c (7) and t n 10) in hlcck forty eirht (48) of Sears, Thompson Si Si-ar-' livision of Carson City, Nevada, and that a day of a reuui ar term of said Court be appointed for the hiwiring ol saio petition, and that due and leiral notice of the pendency ot aiii petition and of the bearing thereof be given accord :ng to law. and it appearing therefrom that a proper eausi heritor exists, it is hereby ordered that SATURDAY, 'I'LY 7 h. 1877. a day of a regular term, to wit: of tin lune, A. D. 1877, term of this Court, at the Court roon of this Court in arson City, at 10 a. m. of, said day. In ippointed as the time and place of the hearing of said pc itien; a hen and where all s;rsons interested in said es ,'at may aps'ar in the manner prescribed by law and con 'est said petition, and that a copy of this order be pub lished at least once a week for four successive wee ks befort -aid hearing in the Mornino AiteaL, a newspajier pub lished in Ormrbv county, Nevada. S. II . WKIGHT, District Judge Sci-ond Judicial Dis rict. Oro C y, Nev., June 1.1th. 1877. jelfiw4 DISSOLUTION OF rART'ERSHIP. HT. rHTVa.-1-Vf ni v.. M. HIT, rfoinv a business at the Lake Tshoe Lumber Yard, under tbe firm name of Dunning: a Hunt, dissolve partnership this day by mutual consent. II. T. Dunning will collect all hills due to nnd psy all demands against the old firm. The business will be continued at the old plans by E. V. Hunt, as sole proprietor. Carson CSty, April 10U 1S78. m 1278. PiiUSPEulUS 1878 DAILY MORNING APrEAL tiBKOH CITY. ktVADA. The Pioprietor of the Morning Apfbai takes thin UKitluxl of iiiforinu'g the publk that with the New Year aro begun Ci'rUaia changes and refonna wLh, he fluttera bin. wlf, will make his paper uiore attrtivo, ie it certainly will be made uiore available U, everj one. Thus, the Price of Weekly HHbsurrlHon by ( rrtoi LH RRDTJC'BD FROM 50 TO 25 CENTS. TBIt 1.(1(11, DEFARTHEXT Will be, more tha ever, the special fentui-e of the paper. tiir Foi.iTits or tii k APriu Will be, as always, Strictly Rlnrfc Hrisbll'sn. r I. srit al And the editor anticipates with pleasure tLr probability that in supportinp; the next Its imblican candidate for the Presidency, Le wUl 9Upf -.il ; il',ilUI. tiHAST IN INMO. Menntinie the Appkal will nail the Old Ft ;o the rnast, and n uthor surrender to the Ailht'rrutsj of the I.oiit Cnns-. Xor give its support to a policy which DemollKheU ttie Lterintlieau Party the Routt. And nought to IlAMeoir It In the Mortis. In short, the Mornino ArrtAL will kee m an even keel and stand by the friends cf Republican principles, Republican usap; and the Republican loaders ( tried courage aitd ability. Rut the AfTiA.L will lie esDeiidlv valnalAv .-u an 4DV1RKTIMNO RIEltin Uce.-tuse of its greatly enhirged trirenlutiee Also it will be, hoivtofore oouduvted FAMILY JOIRNAl, Devoted to the promotion of good tiut Letters, Education and the Arts. TIIR llitltl l l E4 BI1TI Has been greatly reduced. The new ire a foil own : uv mail: Opr. Year t Six Months Three Months 1 n variably in advance. "TV?,. And now is the time to subscribe: 'he time to advertise; now in the tii berin sending the APrF.Af. to jour fi HENFY P. IIIGHELS, Editor and Proprietor Daily M irsiso A BISHOP'S DIRECTORY - or Virginia. Cold Hill, silver C'ty, Cai dty nrl er'. 1 o v o - o. One Volume 8v. r.l'O uu Price C'nnvassers are novf in the field gathering infonnut for the r bove work. It w ll contain a ei mph te and r lis b'e register of all residents and a full classified Busire Directory. Inferniation relating to the growth, popnH tion, eic. of these cities, their iniinic pal govi rnmeiit tdueatioiial institusioiis, religious and Reneioleiit arsons t.ions, minini; interests, etc.. nicking it a most useful be, of reference for every resident. II C. VM)G U ...... Publish C. mpiled b D. M. BISHOP 4 CO., eompil.rs Hiiho San Francisco Directory, directories of Cskh i d, A'l'n ies Rerkely, Stisktau, San Jose and California State Busiuei. Ilirec'ory. Chtinges, reinoials, eti'., may be left with our airent. John C For. Cirson stru t. Carson City. ji 11 N'i is. smmv t.lVirv THAT IN porsuarce of an Criler of the District Court of tb Second Judicial District in and for the Count v f Crtnsl.y and Hate ol Nevada, made on tbe Sth dav ot August, I hi' ill the matter i f uardianship ot the tsons and estate i' Charles T tmth, Clara Smith. Alui Smith, f gar Smith, and Ema Smith, the undcrsiiied, the guardian of th said persons and estate, will sk II at priiaie sals to the hiuh mi holder for ca-h, gold coin of ti e United 8lates. on the 12'h DAY OF JANl'AKY, A. D l?7s. subject to coiitinu tion of the said District Court, at tbe law ottke of T. D Idwards, tit N. 7 King street, all the right, trie, interest 'y of Ormsby, Sta'e "f Nei.ula, on a j tdgnient obtained therein on the Mth day of SurniliiT, A. D. 1877, and :it tested on the fith day of Deitmber, A D. Is77. in favn ot Gil'son piei P.irbcr. plaiirifls. and against Hubert Simp son and Jennie iinpson. his wile, ilelendant s. for thi oriinip.il sum of Fiie 11 undred ("ioo) Dollars, w ith inter est thereon to date of judgment, amounting to the sum ot Fifty four an:l 48 100 (AM 481, together with SHHI as attor ncy's fees, and costs oi ibis suit taxed at Vol 1." loo; sai4 siiins amounting in the aggreca'e to Scien Hundred ana Five ami ml MO dollars in United Statis gold coin, and that, the said principal sum of $'.i'o bears interest from the date of judgment at the rite of two and ope -half (21) i ecu', prr month, and Clerk's accruing costs in the sum nl 4 SO-IW, iii a I costs which may accrue b reason ot ail vertising, couimissious of sale, etc., all in gold com oi tbs United Mates, and to me directed, coioinanding me to sell certain real property set out in snid Deuce and order ot Sale, to satisfy the the above demand, to w it : That irr ain piece of land iu C arson City, Orutshy County. State of Nevada, called and known as and being the whole of l.l Number Five (a) in P.loek Number Sixtvtbne (it'O, ia Proctor and tireen's Dinsionof stud Can iti City; and ia pursuance thereto. I have levied us.n and will expose at public auction to tbe highest and best bidder for cash ia United SMtes gold coin, on VONDAY'. THE Hist DAY DECEMBER, A. D 1877, in front of the Court Houss d or. between the hours of 9 . . and 6 P. If., to wit : at One o'ebek r. m., all. of the real property described as of the said minor heirs In and to that said piece of I.ds situate, lving and being in the County.of Lojglas, ni State of Nevada, and descrilied as follows, to wit: What is known as the Warni Springs or Smith Ranch; tern and condition of sale: euli, uld coin of the United tttasss, on dav of sale. dcl W. B. bMITB, UuartDas.