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IIDAT. .FEBEIAET 18. 1S7 OR MS BY HOUSE CARSON CITY. NEVADA. I T. PANTUND, PROPRIETOR. TRIM LONG B8TBLISHI!n and PAVOR. tie Public House having passed Into new bauds am) aviag been rrauhlv Reconstructed Thronifhoni Is aow eonduote - as a 3Flrot Class Hotel. This means that TIT 3D TLI3XjT3 tfcsbest table d' note in the State of Nevada; tha THE BAR tht most complete and most hilly stocked of any in the State. The Billiard Hall Is the finest in Western Kevada; and the service is equa to that of the best hotels in San Francisco. The Prices of Board and Room-rent are regulated to nit the times. JOHN T. PANTUND, Proprietor. Carson, January 1, 1878 THE WHITE HOUSE A FIRST CLASS. XuOLiWCIILi'Sr HOTEL JOHN T. PANTUND. Proprietor. Carson, October 1st., 1S73. FEANK BOSKOWITZ. MERCHANT TAILOR, MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING! HATS AND CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES, The Only One Price Clothing Store in Carson ! COTJKTV BUILDING. Carson Street. Carbon City, decUtf Nevada. CHANGE OF TIME. fOIXT TIM". "HBLR OF V ROISIA AND I Trucke and Central Pacific Railroads. XPRMVS PRO SAW FRANCISCO. EXPRESS FROM VIROIMA CITY. I: J0IKT TIMB TABLE. I Arrive. .10. 45 a. u. " 10.34 A. M. ' 10.00 A. . Depart . 0.1S ) " Arrive. . 6.00 f " " 8.08 A. M. " 7 3 A. M. ' 6.00 A. M. Virginia IjLeave... 6.00 p. M Gold Hill .... " 6.13 P. . Wound House . . , " 6.45 p. H llArrive... 7.20 " Careon i Depart.. 7.S5 i " .... Steamboat .... " 8.27 p. m Reno i " 9.00 P. M Truckee ! " 11.10 p. ...Sacramento... " 6.30 A. u Vallejo j " 9.10 A. ..Son Francisco..' Arrive ..11.10 A. H 9 15 P. M. e.io p. h. 4.00 P. H. lr've . Bon Franciseo time on the C. P. R. R.; Carson time on tbe V. and T. R. R. , Dinner on the boat from (fan Francisco, and Breakfast at Reno, going East. Breakfast on the boat from Vallejo, going West. HELPING CAR daily between Carson and Vallejo. H. M. YERINGTON, General Superintendent V. and T. R. R A. M. TOWNE, janltf General Superintendent C. P. R. R. DR. L J. CZAPKAY'S PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 127 Montgomery street, Baa Francisco... Opposite the Occidental Hstel. ESTABLISHED IN 1854. Wr the Permanent Con of 11 Spee'al and Chrenie Diseases, aa lo all Fen. ale Complaints and Diseases ef the Nervous Sy stem. THH IMHENBES DB8TRPCTION OP HF man life annually from secret and chronic diseases nosed this old and reliable institution to be estabhehus first in Philtulrhta, Perm., in I860, and afterwards in Sun Francisco, Cal., in 1854, as a private dispensary, in order tc aflord the afflicted the best medionl and surgical treat men fur the above and all other affections and complaints Conealtations at the institute or by letter, FREE, j To the Afflicted I Tr. L. j. Czapy would most respectfully inform the public of the Psuili c coast that, at the earnest solicitation f bis numerous rnrank, and hundreds of those nnfortn aately afflicted with disease, he has reopened his MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE and resumed the practice et his profession. The doctor would remind all those who ar m need of medical aid, that since relinquishing his very extensive and successful practice in San Francieco, be has visited the principal cities in Europe, inepectiuK dili gently the most renowned hospitals, and gathering the ex perience of the most learned in the profession, the benefit from which he offers to all in need of bis services. Rheu aaatie affections, chronic catarrh, diseases of the stomach and kidneys, liver complaints, etc, successfully treated. Those who are suffering from tbe trrors and indiscretions f youth, nervous weakness, physical and mental debility, are assured of a permanent cure. Charge moderate. AH ennuounications strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express. Address L. J. CZAPKAV, M. D., ki7 Montgomery St., between Bush and Sutter sts., aoo-lr San Francisco. TIMER, PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER. THE rNOERSIGNKU HAVING SURVIVED the fire, as Resumed Business opposite the Old Place, en Carson Street, noar the French Hotel. TIN WORK, PLUM 31 IB AUD GAS FITTING Dne to order, on the best of terms. Carsra, January 12. 1S79. FRED. LANGE. DR. Fm J. WHITE. Once i On King street, at rear et Willis Drag-store, gV Residence at tbe Arlingtou Honse, Rocm No. I. C-aIIs promptly attended. nigSt or day Oarses, September 10, 1878. HOTJJBJU OF CILLSOIM BARBER. ESTABLISHED OCT. 1, 1873 HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE CELEBRATED DIRECT FROM CHICAGO. ALSO FAIRBANKS' LARD. These Goods are fresh from the Manufactories, and For Sale Olioapi Call aud examine their Imntenac Stoel GIL.L.SOX & BAISBEH. Carson, October 5, 187S. CHEAP DENTISTRY, in Acknowledged Sconrce to Any People or Conatry, E. A. BREWSTER, M. D DENTIST, Coit i:aes to practice his profes- ion as a Denti-i i'i Oaraon Citv; therefore all who desire to avail themselves of the services of an able operator, can -do so without fear of disappointment at his otliee InoVed, any operation of value to the patient, known to the profession, will be delineated upon, and practiced by him with special care. Whole Crowns of Teeth Built up, or An) Part llirre t, t Iheir Natural iz and hape. By his matric hand, rendering them not only beautiful but lasting. In proof of this, the Do-tor refers, with pride, to scores of living witnesses in and around Carson, anions whom are many of the wealthiest and most influential per sons in town. " A few only will be sufficient to mention, who have kindly given me their names as testimonials to the above statements. Jons T. Pastlind, Proprietor of Ornisby House. J. T. Pbeddet, Gen. Freight Agent, V. & T. R. R. Dr. L. A. Hekbice. T. D. Edwards. E. M. Hillyer, Judge U. 8. District Court Office over the Carson City Satlngs Bank, Canton City. Kiev. jan8 INFORMATION WANTED. SAMTJKT. MTJRRAV ARR, A CAPTAIN in the New Hampshire regiment commanded by ex Governor Harriman, deserted his wife in 18H7. Murray assumed the name of L. N. Carter, and went to New York with a woman named Mary Jane Burpee, taking aiso his children, Lizzie Florence, aged 7$ years, and his two sons. Fred Elmer and Frank Weton Carr, the boys being young er than their sister. Carr, with the children and Burpee woman, left New York on the steamer "Henry Chauncey," having purchased through tickets to Wellington, New Zea land. It is reported that the children have been sent to a Catholic school, and one George E. Lane wrote from San Francisco to New Hampshire, in 1867, that be had recog nized Carr, alias Carter, in a theater in that city. Can alias Carter, has since been heard of in Texas, it being said that be and Lane were faro dealers there. In Texas, as also in Colorado, Carr was known as Steele. Cars wife is a nurse in San Francisco, a heart-broken woman seeking her children, and desiring to obtain news of her nffspring, begs the press to circulate the above. Any intelligence regarding Carr, or more particularly his disposition of the children, if forwarded .to H. R. MIGHELSS, editor of the Morning Appeal, Carson City, Nevada, mill be thankfully received and promptly transmitted to the mother. July 27th, 1878. tf FITS, JPiLEPSY Fk.siinintly Cnrd no hnmbnir ry en month's usa(e of Dr. Goular.l's 4elebate Infallible Fit Powders. To convince sufferers that these powders will do all we claim for them, we will send them by mail, post patri. a free Trial box. As Dr Goulard is the only physician that has ever made tbis dis ease a specihl study, and as to our knowledge thousand have been permanently cured by the use of thest Powlera. we will Guarantee a permanent cure in every case, or ra'snii 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 $10, sent by mai to any part of the United States or Canada on receipt t price, or by express, C. O. D. Address, ASH & ROB BINS, feblOy jflo Fpltok Stkist, Brooklyn, N. Y. STATE PRISON BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY. SUPERIOR ARTICLE OP HEAVY BOOTS AND SHOES For sale at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada. The attention of le trade is specially invited to the bove oods. Orders promptly exeouted. C C. BATTERMAN, Warden- BARGAINS IN GROCERIES! RARR CHASrn POR CHtfAP PVR CHASF.8 at the KINO STREET STORE Owing to a contemplated change in basin one, ws will sell our goods for the NEXT 90 DAYS. FOR CASH, Cheaper than any honse in Carson. Omr stook include the choicest brands of Flour. Sugar, CofToe. Teas. Syrups. Salt Meats and Fish, Canned Coods. Crockery. Class and Woodenware. Produce of all Varieties, HARDWARE AND LIQUORS I 43T Come and Sample our Prices ! "BJl N. B. All parties debtud to liie firm a.e expected t settle their accounts mediately. REINS rEIN K GIBSON. Wholesale and Retail Grocers, King St., Carson. September 1. Ie78. SAVE YOUToY" -AND- BUY YOUR GOODS AT OLCOVICH BROS. TRET KEEP THE BEST GOODS! THE - Latest Styles ! AND HAVE THE GREATEST SELECTION OF Dry Coods & Clothing. B30TS AND SHOES. IN THE WHOLE STATE. iT IS YOUR INTEREST TO TRACE WITH OleCOVICII BSIOS. Carson, October 24 1878. T. IVANCO IOH. DEALER IN Groceries, Egrfr. Oranjjes, Lemons, Freh and lried Krnlt. Pineapples, jr& Bananas,) Cherries, Y52 ... Grajies, Coeoanuts, J?CVd Confectionery, Figs, isrjSl Nut. Vegetables, VSU Freeh Fish, Fresh Ranch Butter, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc Etc. .Et PLACE OF Bl'StKESS: Vs. 3, Nnuth Carson street, opposite th Capital, Carson City Nev. mvfltf J- rVAN-OOVICH? DRESSMAKING. THIRST CLAMS DHHSMHI6 DONI- cutting and Fitting, a tpeeialty, in th La' eat Styhs. Patterns eut to measure, and warranted to lit. Call at northeast corner of Curry and Proctor streets. MRS. J. W. BAGLEY. Ojon, December 14, 18T8. FAMILY GROCERY. rnHB CHOICEST AND RARE.S1 GROOERIBS For family use constantly on hand. trVor Niee Llrtle Thiajrs Nt to Be ay Found Elsewhere "VJI CO TO CHENEY'S, A general assortment of the best staple and choice rr ceries. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES ! JOHN E. CHENEY, Adams Block, Carson Btreet, corner of Telegraph. January 8, le78. -tgwdplah The most profitable plan for operating in stocks is that of uniting capital of various sums by combining or pooling the orderB of thousands of customers and uung them as one mighty whole, which has been done so succetsfully by Messrs. Lawrence Co., Bankers, 67 Exchange Place, New York City. By this co-operative system each investor is placed on an equal footing with the largest operator, and profits are divided pro rata among stockholders every 30 days. An investment of $10 would pay $50, making 5 per cent, on the stock during the month. $25 would return $150, or 6 per cent.; $100 would make $1,000, or 10 per cent., and so on, according to the market. Frank Leslie' Illustrated Newspaper, June 29th, sayB : " The Combina tion method of operating in stocks is the most successful ever adopted." New York Independent, September 12th, savs : " 1 he combination system is founded upon correct business principles, and no pereon need be without an in come while it is kept working by Messrs. 1 awrence A Co." Brooklyn Journal, April 29th, says : " Our editor made a net profit of $101 25 on an investment of $20 in one of Messrs. Lawrence Co.'s combinations." The firm's new circular (cop righted and sent free) contains " Two unerr ing rules for suece s in stock operations," and explains ev erything. All kinds of Stocks and Bonds wanted. New Government Loan supplied. Best references. Address, LAWRENCE & CO., Bankers and Brokers, 67 Exchange Place, New York City. nov28 J. H. MARSHALL, AGENT FOR OWE Ml! TU L AND OTHER LEA") IVG INSITRVN E VOMPANIES. hi tr OHlr- fit H. Fvx'm Bookstore. Carson. January 20, 1878. NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF .? R1Y BKtO, B'NKKC'T, 1 Bankruptcy Notice is hereby given by the nnder aigned, assignee of the estate of Jerry Bruso, bankrupt in Bankruptcy that there will be a general meeting of the creditor r of the said .lerrv Bruso, bankrti"t; said meeting will be held at the otfice ef E. STxOTUER, one of the R;!giaterg in Bankruptcy in District of Nevada, en the THIRTEENTH DAY OF JAVTARY. 187!), at one o'clock P. m. W. D. KEYSER, Assignee. Cujuon, December 20, 1878. Bt Tiarrji or a Dnuasa avb o&pkb of saJ iarsed oat ot and sadsr the 8eal ef ttie Uca. Seem. .radlcial district Coart m an tor the Seuaiy ef Onasiy .atoWSevaa,enJafmest oetsinaa therein oa the Ulst day ef Hareh. A- D. Lg77, and attested en the Mil say of April, .A. D. 1877, in faver ef Jasoea 4waa ana atairwt leha F. Brrne. taaao E. Byrae, 8. Reiastein, X. V. Uib son, ana WUnam & Moagreee Xxecator of lb last will and testament of William Patterson aoscMSori, fur ths suni turn handred and rwaniy-atx fleUars prineipal and in terest thereoa t date of Judgment in las sum of n hanared Ifty-nine aellars and miry eenls, and in tba sua. "f sixtw-two duUsrs and sixteen emit for taxes for lbs fls aal year ISK paid by plaintiff and in tbs sum of eae da), jar. sixty ivx oenta ths interest aearaed te date ea .touve-nemed principal nn and Uteres fresn dais paid at tbe rate ef S per sent per aionth en both of above-named sums ; also sounsel fees in ths sam et rfxty-foar dollars and ninety-three cents, and original ooei in tbe sum of torty-foar dollars, all in the gold satin ef tht Ignited btates: Seconds In favor of & flewsteio and TC T. Qibsoa, am! tgainet John F B'm and Susan E Byrne tar the sum tour hundred and fifteen dollars and sixty-two senta ripal debt, and the suss of fifty-seven dollars and sixt) cents interest thereon to dale, and interest on said prin cipal sum from dale of Judgment until paid at the rate ot I i per cent per month, and ouautel fees in the sun of seventy dollars and rdnety-eight cents, and costs of suit in (he sum of eleven dollars- all in gold coin of the Unite.! States; Third In favor of Wm. R. Mosgrove, as sxeeater if the last will and testament of William Patterson, de i.ased. against John F. Byrne aud Susan E. Byrne, for the ; fir spal sum of four hundred and eighteen dollars and ifty cents, and tbe sum of fifty-one dollars and sixty eent .nterest thereon accrued to this date, and interest on said : rind pa! sum from doe of said judgment till paid at tht rate of i per ctaa. per month, and ouunsel fea in ths sum of forty seven dollars, and oosts of suit in the sum ot oleven dollars, touether with all scats which may accrue tij reason of advertising, eonimiHsion, etc., and Clerk's accnTtxl oosts on all oi the above in the sum of eight dollars anfl sixtf cents, all m gold coin of ths United States ; to me di reeled, orsmnaudiiig me to sell according to law certtiiti real proK-ry set out m said decree and order of sale, U 'atisty the abtnre demands : and in pursuance thereto, iave k-vied upon and will exposed at public auction, it. rout of the Cotun li'Hise door in Carson City, Ormibi iJwinty. Stjtfe of NevaJa, on MONDAY. THE THIRTIETH :AY OF APRIL, A. D. 1877, between the hcurs of 9 a. m tod 6 p. m., to wit; atone o'clock p. m., all the right, itie, interest and claim uf ttie oVfcudante, John F. Byni. ind Susan E. Byrne; of, in and to the following described mortgaged real property to wit: The north half (o. !look No. thirty-one (31) in Sears, Tliompsom and Sears livision of Carson City, in Oruisby County, Novada, to .rether with all and singular the tenements, hereditament' uid appurtenances tneroto belongnig or in any wise a;1 lertaining. 8. T. SWIFT, Sheriff. Carson CStv, April 7, 1S77. The above Sale is hereby ptrtrned nntil 8ATVRDAT rHE NINETEENTH DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1377, at sam tour and place, by reijnest of Plaintiffs atl Defendant 8. T. tTWIT, Sheriff. Canon Citv, April 30, 1877. wa 1 The aliove sale is hereby pnotiioned until TIHTRSDAY he 31st day of MAY, A. I). 1S77. at same hour and placi, nd by request of plainulf. and defenilantH. 8. T. SWIFT, Slierifl. frson City, May IPtli 1.S77. TOTHB IS HH1KBV GIVEN TO All 11 jiersons holding liens against the proierty of Jacol P. Wmnie, described as follows, to wit: Lots nuniberet -isrht and nine in block number fifty-eight of Proctor A Green's division of Carson City, Nevada, that tlie under 'igned has commenced an action in the Justice's Court o' '"arson Township, Omishy County, Nevada, before C. A Witherell, Justice of the Peace, to foreclose a mechanic lien held against said property, and all persons holding !iens on said preiniyes under and by virtue of an Act of th Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled "An Act U secure liens to mechanics and others, and to repeal a! ther Acts in relation thereto," approved March 2, 1877 ire hereby notified to be and apjwar before said Court, oi he th DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1877. at 10 o'clock A. M. it ai day, and to exhibit then and there the proof of thei' Uens. DUNNING A HUNT, By Harris i Corns, their attorney Carson, Nevada, June 16. 1877. lawSw ORDIXAXCE NO. 4S. An Ordinance to Abolish Opium smokiiig Dens. The Board of Trustees of Carson City do ordain: Section 1. No person or persons shall, within the limit' A Carson City, keep or maintain, or become an inmate of or visit or contribute to, tbe support of any place, nous it room, where persons frequent, or assemble, for the pur nose i t smoking opium, and all such places, houses oi rooms, arc hereby declared to be nuisances. Section 2. Any person who shall violate any of the pro lisions of Section 1 of this Ordinance, shall, on convictioi therei f, be punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred Jollars, or imprisonment not more than fifty days, or bv bivjh such fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of th Court. 1). A. BENDER, President Pro tein Attest: Alkrkd Hklm, Clerk. Carson City, Juue 12, 1877. Is JisTMirs ioikt, tarson town. 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 ltaehel E. Smaill, his wife, defendants. Notice is hereby given to all persons holding or claiming iieiic on Uiat certain piece of land, with the building am dwelling thereon, in Carson City, Ormsby comity, State o Nevada, calloil and known as being the west half of lo number nine (9) and the west half of lot number ten (10 in block number eleven (11) of Curry's Division of sai Carson City, same being and forming one compact piece o land, under the Constitution of the State of Nevada ant under the provisions of the Act of the Legislature of sail State, entitled "An Act to secure liens to mechanics an others; and to repeal all other Acts in relation thereto, ap proved March 2, 1875," to be and appear before said Jin. lice's Court on the 19th DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1877, at H o'clock A. m. of said day, and to exhibit then and there V aid Court the proofs of their said liens. D. H. LENTZ, 1 , . .. P A. WAGNER, PIaUit Carson City, Nevada, April 27, 1877 lawSw NOTICE I H' RtHY given by th. undersigned, Awignee in Bankruptcy of the estate A. B. Drieshach and A. B. liriesbach and M. D. Hatch bankrupt in bankruptcy, tbat I will sell at public auction on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S77, at 11 o'clock A. a., ii front of the County Building in Carson City, to the highest bidder for eash, in gold coin, the following described prop erty, to wit: Ail the right, title and interest of the said A. B. Driesbach, bankrupt in bankruptcy, to twenty-foui thousand and fifty shares of mining stock in the muv known as the "Fourth of Julv Gold and Silver Minim; Company," located in Eureka Township tlie county ot 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 Urizzly Flat Min ing District, in El Dorado county, State of California. Also, alt 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. Carsoa City, August 8th, 1877 TV niSTRICT COCBT, SECOND JCDICML District, State of Nevada, County ef OrmsbT. In tht matter of the estate of William Patterson,, deceased. Upon reading and filing the petition of Alexander Leport, in the above entitled matter, raying that a decree be made authorizing and directing the executor of the last will and testament of said defeated to convey to the said Alexander Leport certain real estate, to wit : Lots seven (7) and ten (10) in block forl-eight (t) of Sears, Thompson A Sears' division of Carson City, Nevada, and that a day of a regu lar term of said Court be appointed for the hearing of said petition, and that due and legal notice of the pendency of said petition and of the hearing thereof be given accord ing to law, and it appearing therefrom that a proper cause therefor exists, it Is hereby ordered that 8ATURDAY, JULY 7th, 1877, a day of a regular term, to wit: of tbe June, A. D. 1877, term of this Court, at the Court room of this Court in oarcon City, at 10 a. a. of said day, b appointed as the time and place of the hearing of said pe tition ; when and where all persons interested in said es tate may appear in the manner prescribed by law and con test said petition, and that a copy of this order be pub lished at least once a week for four successive weeks before said hearing in the Morning Appsal, a newspaper pub lished in Ormsby county, Nevada. S. H. WRIGHT, District Jndgs Second Judicial District. Carson C y, Nev., June 15th, 1877. telftwt DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. IT T. DUNNING and R. Iff. BIT NT, lelnT tie business at the Lake Tahoe Lumber Yard, nnder the firm name of Dunning A Hunt, dissolve partnership this day by mutual consent. H. T. Dunning will collect all bills due to and pay all demands against the old firm. The business will be continued at the old place by E. M. Hunt, as sole proprietor. Carson City, April 10th 1878. m EQUALIZATION. VrOTiriE T NPPFBY givn that the iS Assessor has this day delivered to tbe undersigned the Assessment Roll for the current fiscal year, tor-ether with the map book and the original lists of property, and that the Board of County Commissioners will sii as a Board of Equalization at th County Clerk's office on Mondxv. September l:h Instant, m lOd o'clock A. ., and continue in session from time to Aeteias provided by 1:'W. nntil the business of equalise mo , resented is disposed of. ALFRED HELM, Clerk Board ef County Commissioners, Ormsby Comity, Nevada. Dste bar too 1378. PROSPECTUS 187S. JJJK. J I Y" MORNING APPEAL, (AIRI C1TT, BUT AD A. Tka Proprietor of tha liomnaa ktix. tnktt ilua matlkod of infoniiiiig th puhbc that with the iiew Taar art) shsud oerttLuj chaagea and reforms wkk, he ftatteii Liu. self, will make hia paper more attractive, as it aertniulj will be uutde more arailable w every ori. Thna, the Prtee mt Weakly flnbewriptton by farrier IB BBDVOIO FROHI 50 TO 25 CENTS. THE L4CAL BEPABTMEST Will be, more thaa erer, the Bfieeial ftasure of' the paper. THK POLITICS or Tit II APPKAL Will be, aa always trietly Blaek Bepnbllean. or "Ksdi.sk' And the editor anticipates with pleasore tie probability that ia rororting tlie next Ke oublican candidate for the rreaideneT, I will aupport CiEKERAB, OH ART IK .. Meantime the Apfkax will nail the OM co the mast, and h.-ither arrendtr to the, Adherents af tbe I.eet tanee, NTor give its support to a pobey which Demolished the Bepnbllean Party at Mae Month, nd sought to Ilaudraff It ta the Korth. In short, the Mobkinu Appeal will kep m an eren keel and stand by the friends of Republican principles, Repeblica usage and he Repubhean Loader of tried courage and ability. I flat tlie Appbai. will be etUHciu))y raUi.-iht. is an AUTBRUTINIBV HEDIM Becanse of its greatly onlurged eiiulatu e Also it will be, aa heretofore conducted 1-AtlILr JOIBIti, Devoted to the promotion of good ta te, and Letters, Education and the Arts. THE YEARLY it BSC KIPTIOB Has been greatry reduced. The ew rate ;ire as follows : BY maii: One Tear $ Six Months 4 Three Months Invariably in advanee." And now is the time to subscribe : new i the time to advertise; now is the tiuie begin sending the Appejl to your frkud. HENRY R. MIGHELS, Editor and Prnprietui Dailt Motsits Aran.-l BISHOPS DIRECTORY or Virginia, Cold Hill, Silver City, Cat City and Reno, 1 070-0. One Velame, Svo, ftOO pp. Prlee ft Canvassers are now is tbe field gathering informal for the above work. It will contain a complete and ala bis register of all residents, and a hill classified Boaiarm Directory. Information relating to the growth, pes lion, etc, of these cities, their municipal rovernsoesie educational institutions, rclirivus and tteuevolsut asssia tions, mining interest., etc., anakkif it a nuwt aseral of reference for evsry resident. B C. YANDALU ...... Fablls b Compiled by D. If. BISHOP A CO., ewpllers BV. San Francisco Directory, directories of Oakland, AIaW Berkely, block Um, Ban Jess and California state Bassaers Directory. Changes, removals, etc., may be left with ear afat, John M. Fox, Carson street, Carson Olry. Jetl NOTICE IN VF'WE-RY IVEN 'BAT VI pursuance of an Or.tr. if the District Court ef th Second Judicial District in and far the County of Plants and btate of Nevada, made ori the 8th day of August, VtC in the matter of Guardianship of the perams and tsteef e Charles T. Smith, Clara f-iinth, Alice Smith, Fgar 5ft uid Ems Smith, the undersigned, the guardian ef htt said persons and estate, wa. ill sell at private sals to ths hie est bidder for cash, gold coin of the I'nited States, ea Bm 12th DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1878, subject to eon ftre.. ation of the said District Court, at the law offioe of T. B. Edwards, at No. 7 King street, all the right, title, inturesl it of Onnsl y. State of Nevada, on a Judgment ebtaiaed '..herein ou the 80th day of November, A. D. 1877, sad attested on the 5th day of December, A. D. 1st", in hvM uf Gillson and Barber, plaintiffs, and atrainst Robert flats on and Jennie Himpson. his wife, defendants, for tke principal sitni of Five Hundred (looO) Dollars, with inttr est thereon to date of Judgment, arnmintinir to the sum ef Fifty-four and 43 100 (V 4 together with $100 as altor Hoy's fees, and costs of this suit taxed at AM lS-lnO; saia njms amounting in the aggregate to Seven Hundred and Five and 63-100 dollars in United H' ites gold ain, and that the said principal sum of SMX) boars interest from the date of judgment at the rate of two and one-half (H) per cent, prr month, and Clerk's accruing costs in tlie sum ef $4 80-100. and all costs which may accrue brrenson of ad vertising, commissions of sale, etc , all In gold coin of Iks United States, and to me directed, commanding me te mH certain real property set out in said Decree and Order ef Sale, to satisfy the ihc above demand, to wit : That ew f lain piece of land in Carson City, Ormnhy County, mate ot Nevada, called and known as and being the whole of Le Nunitr Five (5) in Block Number Nitty-three (MX i lVoctor and Green's Divisi.m of said Carson City; and i" pursuance thereto. I have levied utsin and will exposr public auction to the highest and b bidder for uneli in Unitel States gold coin, 011 MONDAY, THE 81st DA Y DECEMBER, A. D. 1877, in front of the Court House loor, lietwe-n the hours of 0 a. . and 5 r. at. , to wit : t One o'clock r. e., all of the real property deerild a of the said minor heirs in and to that said piree of land situate, lying and ling in th County of lo.iriai. aad SUte of Nevada, and defsrild as follows, to wit : Waat i known as ths Warm 8pniie or Smith Marich; terms ruid osidilion of sale : ah. Koid coin of tbe Lnitrd Slews jn day of tale. K. SMITH, Ouarrliaa.