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VOL. 16. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1880. NO. 48 MORNING APPEAL WWW IT HENRY R. MIGHELS. Pehlaaied every atorahig (Mondays excepted), hg MRS. N. V. MIGHELS, PBoraiaroe. if erapper, devoted to Politics, General aad Local Affairs. Newt, 9tHOM-Qm feoeod skroet, apposite the southern front ef the State Capita' Twrni of Subscription : ene ear, Vy tnfl $8 00 eix months, by null 4 00 three at oaths, by mail t 00 Payawnts oa sabscriptioa, iktabubi.t nt otabcb T"b Arraat will be deHvered to the citizens of Carson at US Oaat per week, payable weekly to the carrier. Rates of Advertislngi tales ef ssvsrttemg aaa be aseertalned on application at dial men SAVE YOUR HAIR Jmn TPADlff TTATJTT IPA Tta At liixuui uvii .r IT READ AND HEED WltAT FOLLOWS. AYR Tom HAIR. The laws of Health and Longevity demand it, the customs of social life nqnire it. The matter is of great importance i rorf way. BBAfJTUT TofJB HAIR It is the auto passing crown of glory, and for tha loss of It these $ DO compensation. eTJLTIVATE fODB HAIR. Foe by oe ather weans ran it be saved and beautified. SCATHAIROM, viseovared thirty-fire years ago by Frof. Lyon, of fale, is tha most perfect preparation in the wosM Jbr preserving and beautifying' the hair. Besides being- tha boat hair drstsmg war produced, Icon's Kathairon will y sstttTTly prevent frravnees, sutd will re etora new hair to bald heads, if tha roots and foHteles are not destroyed. It actually performs these seeming miracles, cl which the following is A FAIR SPECIMEN. I nad been entirely bald for several years, ooo siiutiooal, I auppose. I used a few bottles of Kathairon, aiv'a to my great surprise. I beva a thick growth of young hair. COL. JOHN L. DORKANCB, V. B, A. Ia every important respeot the Kathairon ia abso lutely iaoomparable. It is nneqaaled 1. To Cure Baldness, J. To Restore Gray Hair. I. To Remove Dandruff, t To Dress and Beautify the Hair. yxii;AH, IJf Vain. The Ksihairon Is no Sticky pasta of sulphur and aogar-of-lead, to paint and daub the hair and paralyze the brain. It ia m pure and limpid vegetable lotion, intended to ra store the hair by natural growth and rnin vigors tion. It ia splendidly perfumed, and the most delightful toilet dressing known. K lady's or gentleman llet outfit ia complete without Lyon's Kathairoas SOLD KTKB'f WHER B. ASSESSMENT KOTICL N ORTH CARHOV MILTER MIX' HI COMPANY. Location of prineiai place of business, sea rraneisoa, California. Location of works, Ormsby Bty. Nerada. Notice la hereby riven that at a ma tin? m w ixmni oi inreciors, neiu on tne I3tn day of Deeem r, A. D. 1879. an assessment (No. 0) of twenty-five (25) seats per share was levied upon each and every share of saw wntai svuca oi una eompany, payable Immediately ka tT. 8. gold coin to the Secretary at the otBce, room 1, tit Leiilesdorff street, San Francisco, California. Auy aaaek upon which this assessment ia not paid on SATUR DAY, the 15th day of January, A. D. 1880, will be delin aa ant aad advertised fur sale at pablie auction, and unless asjBsonl ia made before will be sold on Wednesday, the Jak sag of February. A D. 1880, at the houroj 1 o'clock F. a. to pay asses ment together with the eost of advertis- i of sale, sty order of tne Hoard of Pureetora O. BeTTra. Seereaarr t, til Lstassunrff ssreet. Sen Franeisen, SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT CF THE ClUNTY TREASURER Orrica or OoirrTT Treasures. CiKKTM Crrr, Nevada, December 31, 1879. J To the Bea. the Board of Countr Commissioners of Ormsby ennnty, Nevada: Gentlemen : I hare the honor to herewith submit my report of the receipts and disbursement, with such other information as may be neeeseary for a full and complete understanding of the transitions nf this department for uie an nionms ending vecemDer 31, 157?: Balanoa on hand July 1. 189. aa per Cash Book $4,726 27 ArroEnosBD as follows: T the General Fund $1,593 95 To the State Fund 1,211 23 To the County Building Repair Fund... 515 58 To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 159 92 lotne Railroad Fund 258 60 Totbe Road Fund 6 80 To the Contingent Fund. 181 32 To the County School Fund 238 10 To the County School Fund, District No. 1 240 79 To the County School Fund, District No. 2 304 42 To the County School Fund, District No. 3 06 To the State Sellout Fund, District No. 1 19 To the State School Fund, District No. 2 09 To the State School Fund Distr.ct No. 3 5 95 To the Special School Fund 6 27 $4,725 27 Beeeiota for the six months ending Deoenibor 31, 1879 : From Assessment Roll 1878 $147 90 From Assessment Ho i 1879 66,389 48 From ton per cent, delinquent tax of 187S 15 19 From ten per cent, delinquent tax of 1879 110 05 From net proceeds of mines for 1879 6,239 90 From County Licenses s,o-i .w From Gambling Licenses 2,961 00 From State Insurance Licenses 8GB 60 From ront of County Buildings 1,830 ou From poll taxes 1878 4 00 From poll taxes 1879 2,817 20 From fines in Justice's Court S 50 From State apportionment of school moneys 1,254 12 From District Court Docket fees 00 trora ft-e insurance tax on net premiums 212 t5 From Jury Fees (returned) 255 60 Fr jm miscellaneous receipt! 74 32 85,461 77 arroRTionNXKT or xiritoi : To the General Fund $24,516 .8 To the State Fund 17,6 .S 8 To the Railroad Fund. 25.110 84 To the Countr School Fund 13.072 69 To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 2,12115 To the Contingent Fimd 347 04 To the Countr Building anl Repair Fund 1,10 80 To the State Sohool Fund 1.254 1 To tha District J utile's Salary Fund 202 52 S5.461 77 Apportionment or transfer made by the County School Superintendent of State school Moneys: From rlis Stat School Fund to the State School Fund District No. 1 $1,026 99 From the State School Fund to the St e Sohool Fund District No. 2 130 75 From the Stave School Fuud to the State School Fund District No. 3 39 From the St ite School Fund to the State School Fund District No 4 56 63 $1,2M 12 Annivtionment of transfers ma lo by the County School Superintends of County School Moneys : From the County Sch.nd Fund to the Coonty School Fund District So. I r9.847 " From the Countr School Fund to the County School Fund District No. 2 1,034 04 From the County School Fund to the County School Fund District No. 3 397 88 From the Coiniay School Fund to the County School Fund District No. 4 499 19 From the County School Fund, Dis'rict No. 2, to tlte County School Fund District No. 4. . . . 92 36 $11,670 94 HSBfaaaMaim ro six uosrits as o if a DcufHR 81, 1879 From General Fund On account salic fees c County Officers $11,458 71 On account of oa-a itidigutit sick 2 438 80 On account jury foes 3.794 20 On account general expenses 2,219 87 5 $19,907 5S From State Fund On account of State expenses $1,418 96 On account of settlement with State for December, 1879 16,580 84 $lT.0O 77 From Railroad Fund On account interest on County Rail road Bonds $S,9M 00 From CoDtimrent Fund On account contingent expenses.... $233 77 From County Building: Kepair Fund On account repairs on Co. Buildings f 86 76 From twtnct Judge 8 Salary fund- On account salary of District Judge . . $1,050 00 From Countr Treasurer s Salary Fund- On account salary County Treasurer $75 00 Worn state sciiool runa. nistna no. i On account salary of teachers $979 98 From statu School Fund. District ;xo. s On account sultry of teachers $45 70 Prom state school Fund District no. On account salary of teachers $56 63 From County Sohool Fund, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers $2,897 48 On account of incidental expenses . . . 838 36 On account of redemption of Sohool Bonds and interest on same s.ioi so On account of interest on Old Loans, made 1877 i $7,28 56 From County School Fund. District No. 2 On accennt salary of teachers. $640 80 On account incidental expenses 128 60 $777 60 From C mnty School Fund, District No. 3 - On account salary of teacher 120 00 On aewunt incidental expenses 52 80 $172 80 From County School Fund District No. 4 On account salary of teachers $333 87 On acooont incidental expenses 14 2S $347 62 $53,610 76 Transfers milo nivler law and by order of Couuty Com missioners : From Goners! Fund to Dis'rict Judgt S Salary Fund $347 48 From Oountr Building Repair Fund to County Treasurer's Salary Fund 224 00 From Countr Building Repair Fund to General Fund ibm w $1,851 1: KasArrRTLanOB- Balance on hand July 31, 1879 $4,725 27 Receipts for six mouths endi ic Dee, SO, 1879... 85,461 77 $90,187 04 Deduct dishursemeuts for the six months end- in? December 31. 1879 63.610 76 Balance on band December gi, 1879 $36,576 28 arroRTiosBD as follows : To tha State Fund $ 00 To the General Fund $6,136 67 To the Countr Building Repair Fund 606 63 To the Countr Treasurer's Salary Fuud 1.755 07 To tha Railroad Fund 21,414 44 ;the Road Fund 6 80 To the Contingent Fund 295 19 To the County Sch- ol Kuud 831 29 TO tne uonnty scnooi runa, uuina u. i. . To the County School Fuud, District No. 2. . To the Countr School Fund, District No. S. . 3.388 81 j 549 47 256 62 To the Countr School Fund, District No. 4. . To the State School Fund, District No. 1 To the State School Fund. District No. 8. . . . 2S3 27 47 20 132 81 To the bpeeUI School Fund 6 27 $36,576 2S Statement, showing the outstanding indebteiluess if the county December 3 1, 187: County Bonds from No. 88 to 200, iaolusire, vimn to tha Virwiaia A Truckee Railroad Oompany December 10, 1869. ...i $113,600 00 Axrued interest oa the same to Dee 1, 1879.. 439 44 Warrants outstanding on General Fund 120 80 Total gross indebtedness $113,560 74 Respectfully submitted, M. L. YAGER, County Treasurer Onnsbjr Coonty, Nev. Taos. a. waua wixlisstob smvABr. WELLS & STEWART, TTBXBT AT UW. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT Of THE COUNT AUDITOR. Omen or Cocktt Aroiros, ) Ormsbt Cocirrr Nbvada, December 31, 1879. f To the Hon. the Board of Countr Commissioners Onnsby County, State of Nerada Gentlemen : The County Auditor respectfully submits the folloninc: report oi tne nscai anairs oi liiw sum wuui; iur uw six months endinir Decemner 3lst. law. Balance on hand at close of business June 30th, 1879 $ 4,725 27 Apportioned as follows : In General Fund $1,593 95 In State Fund 1,211 23 In County Building Repair Fund 615 58 In county Iroasurer s salary runa io vz In Kaiiroaa runa In Road Kunt In Contiiurent Fund 258 60 6 80 181 32 In County School Fund 238 10 In County School Fund, District No. 1 240 79 In County School Fund, District JNo. 2 In County School Fnud, District No. 3 In Stnte School Fund, District No. 1 In State School Fund, Ihstrict No. 2 In State School Fund, District No. 3 In Special School Fund 304 42 06 19 2 09 6 95 6 27 $4,725 27 $147 90 BKCEim. From Assessment roll, 1873 From 10 per cent, delinquent tax, 1878. From Assessment ro'l, lai9 15 19 . 66,389 48 110 bb From 10 per cent, delinquent tax, 1879. From net proceeds of mines 5.239 90 From county licenses 3,62136 From rambling licenses r.noi uu From State insurance 869 50 From rent County Building 1,230 00 From poll tax, 1878. delinquent 4 00 From fines in Justice Court S 50 From state apportionment of school moneys fur 1879 12 From District Court docket fees 206 00 From Are insurau e tax on net premiums 262 65 From poll taxos, 1879 2,817 20 From jury fees (Returned) 60 From miscellaneous sources 74 32 $35,461 77 AI-PORT10SMHNT O? RWH1FTS. To State Fund To Railroad Fund To General Fund . .$17,655 23 .. 25,110 84 .. 24.516 To County Building Repair Fund To County Treasurer's Salary Fund To Countr School Fund To Contingent Fund To District Judire's Salary Fund To State School Fund .. 1,180 80 .. 2,121 15 . . 13.072 69 347 64 202 52 .. 1,254 12 $85,461 77 DtSBVRSBSf KMTS. From General Fund On accouut care of indigent sick, $2,486 80 On account salary A fees Co. otliocrs.. 11,454 71 On account jury fo s 3,794 2r On account ireiural expenses 2.219 Is. ?1.HU OS From State Fund On account State expenses $1,418 93 On account December seitloniout with State Controller ll,5S0 84 $17,909 77 From Railroad Fund On acc.'iunt interest on county bonds to Decemhtr 1st, lo,.9 From Contingent Fund $3,955 00 $233 77 $65 7 $1,050 00 $750 00 On ac uuut contingent exienses From County tsuiiding Kepuir mna On account repairs on county building v rom District Judge s salary Fund- On account salary District J udge From County Treasurer s Saiary Fund On account salary Cuunty Treasurer. . Fiom County School Fund, District Jio. l On account salary of teachers $2,897 43 On account incidental expenses 838 36 On account redemption School Bonds and interest on same 3,1 w On account interest on Old Loan made 1877 855 M $7,248 56 $777 60 172 SO From Countr School Fund, District No. 2 On aecount sUary of teachers $649 00 On account incidental expenses 128 60 From Countr School Fund, District No. 3 On account salary of teachers $120 00 On account incidental expenses. 62 80 From Countr School Fund, District No. 4 On account salary teachers $333 3T On account iucidcnUl expenses 14 25 $347 62 $979 98 From State School Fund, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers From State School District No. 3 On account salary of teachers $45 70 $56 63 From State School Fund, District No. 4 On accouut salary of teachers $53,610 76 Transfers made under law, and by order of County Commissioners : From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 847 48 From County Bnildinj Repair Fond to County Treasurer's Salary Fund 224 00 From County Building Repair Fund to General Fund 730 00 $1,851 18 BBC&rmrLaTios. Balance on band July 1, 1879. $4,725 27 Receipts, for 6 mouths euuinK December 31,1879. 86,461 77 $90,187 04 Deduct disbursements, for the six months end ing Decmber $1, la79 53.610 76 Balance on hand December 31, 1879 $36,576 28 APPORTIONS!) AS robuows : To the General Fuud $6,135 67 To the Couuty Treasurer's Salary Fund 1.755 07 To the Couuty Building Repair Fund 606 63 To the Railroad Fund Zl.tii To the Countr School Fund, District No. 1 3,348 83 To tha Cauntv School Fund. District No. 2.t. . . 549 47 To the County School Fund. District No. 3 256 62 To the County School Fund. District No. 4 283 27 To the County School Fund 831 29 To the Special School Fund w To the State School Fund. District No. 1 47 20 To the State School Fund. District No. 2 132 84 To the State Fund 866 69 To the Contingent Fuud 295 19 To the Road Fund. 6 80 $36,576 28 Statement showing outstanding indebtedness of the county December 31, 1679: Countr bonds from No. 88 to 200. inc'usire giv en to V. & T. R. R. December 10, 1869 $113,000 00 Accrued interest on same to July l, 179 439 44 Warrants outstanding on the General Fund 120 SO Total gross indebtodneas $113,56; 74 Respictfulh submitted, , FUKO D. TURNER, County Auditor. PACIFIC ICE COMPANY. J. M. BENTON, AGENT, I AM NOW PRBPARKl) TO FVRNISB T3 H. 353 I O Dally, In quautitiea to suit any one, at Low Friose, tneir reatoenoes The fee that I furnish is ttka from Carssa River, fortned or Par, beTf, raaala( winr, and aot frosn a ay atsAaraaat pond r as. healthy lecattem. Orders left at my TJrery 8 table, ea Carson street- be promptly attended to. j. m. Biuiun, elStf Agent Pacific Ice Oom fowd ASTRAY NOTICE. CIA ME TO BIT EXCI.OSCRB THIi SUM- HER one vean mare, two years off fold, branded jq on left hip, wtte round left fetlock and white race. The owner aaa obtain as me by calling at my place and pay- ubt expenses. i. 4,tnua Clear NICOLL THE TAILOR DESIRES TO CALL. THE ATTENTION of genthmen to the uailr arrival of New York styles of French, English and Domestic goods from his Lendon and New York houses. Being our own importers, we are able to guarantee and give the REAL article at such prices as defy competitioa .WE SELL. Good Business Suits From I 5 dollars. Pre Psar 94:aira. GENUINE 6X BEAVER SUITS From 55 dollars. ENGLISH CORDS FOR HUNTING SUITS. Goods to suit the Banker, Merchant and Orks. Gentlemen, before calling elsewhere, w ill do well to call and in spect my IMMENSE STOCK. A 0 0 H 8 I not forget to ae tlie ELECTRIC LIGHT! Call and eee ttae Eleetrle Lisrht at Xleoll'a ay whicb colors astd qnallty ran be seen aa Iear at nig-lit aa at peoailsy. The Trade and Pablie supplied with Cloth and TriminlnaTa at wholesale prices). -ANY LENGTH CUT AND ALL KINDS OF CLO KEPT IN STOCK. &r Samples, with instructions for Self Measurement sent free ONL.Y WHITE LABOR Employed, and none but EXPERIENCED and FIRST- CLASS cutters TO ORDER l Pants from $4 to (tuita from 13 to Overcoats from 15 to iristers from 13 to Dress Coats from SO to Black Doeskin Pants from 7 to $15 es so S3 40 13 9 White Vests front S to Fancy Vests from to 13 'euaine 6k Beaver Suits from Pants to order in 8 hour. Halts to order in 13 hours. o3 OO FINEST STOCK OF WOOLENS fTHE WORLD! !IN A small stook of nnealled t r goods im.e redsiellons. at iaa- SALE PRICES Psati from . Oveeeesits from 911. Vests frous . Suits from 91. Ylotera from SI 5. Coats fsosn 91 NICOLL THE TAILOR'S QRAND TAILORING EMPORIUM, T8T Market Stret Nan rranctaee. al9-3ra Not cto 3STo. 18. ICTOr COSTGRKSO, APPROVED J1SE UwtTKD Statbs Land Omon, 1 Cabson Citt, Nevada, January 8, 18S0. Notice ia herebr given to all whom it may concern : That Alfred Jacques, of the County of Washoe, State of Nerada, has this day filed in this office his application No. 18. to purchase from the United States Government the louowing aescnueu tract oi liiu, viucuj .t&wauic wi wjh ber. and unfit for cultivation, nz : Southeast quarter of Section 20. in township No. 17 north, of Range No. 19 east, M. D. M , containing 169 acres, and situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U 8. Land District. Anr and all persons having anv interest in, or dai-n to. said land, adversely to said applicant, are hereby required to file such adverse claim with the Register of said Land Office, within the sixty days period of publication of this notice, or, falling so to do, tney win ne oarrea oi sucn aa verse right or claim. C. N. HARRIS, Register. janio-eua N OTIC E. 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The keep pace with modern thought, dis covery, experiment, and achievement, whether in reii?inat science, literature, or art. The ablest writers fill their pages with most interesting reviews of history, and with n intelligent aarratioa of the irreat events of tho day : TE3NIS for 1379 (Including Postage) Patablb Btkiotiv nf Airtnnt Por amy one Renew $4 00 per an-ma Fur any two Reviows 7 00 " " For any three Reviews 10 H) " " For all four Kcview9 12 00 " " For Blac wood's Magazine 4 00 " " For Blackwoxl and one Heview 7 00 " For Blackwood nd two Reviews 10 00 " " For Blarkivood and three Keviews 13 00 " For Black vood and tne four lUjviews la Oil " " POtT4(,K This item of expense, now borne by the publishors, ia equivslrait to a reduction of 28 per coui. oil iito eost to suimeri'uen v ner years. CI,Ulir. A diseount it 20 per cent, will be allowed to clubs of fonr or more persons. Thus: four co;ifS f.f BiacKwood or of one K'v.t. will he Rent, to (me fi(Wrw, for $12 80, four copies of the four Keviews an 1 Blackwood for S, and so PR.Mii'jn. New siihseribcrs (applying early' for th year 1879 mar have, with at chart;. the numbers for the last quarter of 1878 of such periodicals as they may subscribe for. Or, instca !, new subscribers to any two three, or four of the above periodicals, may hiive on of the "Four Re news for 1 1 ( a : sul'S?nuers to all five may have two or the Four Reviews," or one sot of Blackwood's Magazine for 1878. Neither premiums to subscribers nor discount to clubs can h flowed. 1'niess the ni rnev is remitted Uiract to the pul Ushers Nf primiuini giv.n W clubs. To sc-cure ireiiums it will be .nn.-si.rT to make early xpfAioatiua, as the t4ck ava'lable for tint purjxse is limi ted. BKI'KlMl l) 2Y THE UOHM SC'ITT 41 Hani PUSH: h;n3 r.o lVw Ymk. dc?3 KoTICfZ Ho. 17. ACT OP COXGKES.' .tri'BOU'D JUNE at. 1S7S. UsiTKD SlA'in LaKU OiTtCa, Cakkos C'iiv. Nevada December 20. 1076. f Notice i hereby tieu to ail whom it may concern : Ti e Andrew J. Toft, of the Ccinty of Washoe, State of Ne vada, has this day filed in tnis office his application No. 17. to purchase frm the United States Government the fol lowing described tract of land, chiefly valuable for timber and unfit for cultivation, viz: West half nf southeast quarter of Section 24. in townsh p No. 17 north, of Ranira No. 18 east, M. D. M., containing 80 acres, and situate within the Carson City, Nevada, V. S. Land District. Anv and all irsons having any interest in. or claim to. tald land, adversely to said applicant, are hereby requires! to file such adverse claim with the register of said Land OfBcj, within the SIXTY DAYS period of publication ef this notice, or, failing to do so, they will be barred, such adverse right or claim. dec21-60d C. N. HARRIS, Register. NOTICE NO. 20.1 Aet of Coagrresa Approved Jane S, 1S7S. United Statts Land Offib, Cabsoh Citt, Nevada, March 8, 1880. f N' fcTOTICK 14 HKRK' Y OIVKft TO tU. WHOM IT HAY CONCERN that Louis Plant, of the County of Washoe State of Nevada, has this day filed in this ottice las application (Jo. 20) to purcnase from tne United States Government the following described tract of land, chiefly valuable for timber, aud unfit for cultiva tion, viz : South est quarter of Seel ion 24, in Townaha No. 17 north, of Range No. 18 east, M. D. M., con:aiuing 160 acres, and situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U. S. Land Di-trict. Any and all persons having any interest in. or claim to. said land, adversely to said applicant, are hereby required to file tuch adverse claim with the Register of saio Land Office, within the SIXTY I AYS period of publication of this notice, or, failing so to do, tliey will be barred of aoea adverse right or claim. C. N. HARRIS, Register. March 11 60 days. NOTICE NO. 21. Aet of Congsess Approved Jane 3, 187. United Statbs Land Office, ) Carson Citt, Nevada, March 8, 1880. I ATOTICK I HKnKllY OIVH.N '' ALL I WHOM IT MAY C'JNCKRN That Elxian Bonaa- faut. of the County of Wash. e. State of Nevada, has this day filed in this office his application (No. 21) to purchase from the United States Government the following describ ed tract of land, chiefly valuable for timber, and unfit for cultivation, riz: Northeast quarter of Section 24,' ia Township 17 north, of Range No. 18 east, M. D. M., con taining 160 acres, aud situate within the Carson City. Nevada, U. 8. Land District. Any and all persons naving any interest in, or Claim to. said land, adversely to said applicant, are here! y required to file such a verse claim with the Register of said Land office, within the SIXTY DAYS period of publication of this notice, or, failing so to do, the will be barred of suoh adverse right or claim. C. N. HARRIS, Register. aarcn n pu gaya NOTICE NO. 22. Aet of Congress Approved Jane S. 187ft. Ukitkd States Laud OmcB, ) Carson Citt, Nevada, March 8, 1880. f NOTICK I HRHKBV eiVtCN TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN That Leon Charette, of the County of WaahoeState of Nevada, has this dag tiled in this olfice his application (No. 22) to purchase from the United States Government the following described tract of land, cniefly valuable for timber, snd unfit fur cultivation, viz : Northwest quarter of Section 24 ia Township 17 north, of Rane No. 18 east, M. D. M , con taining 160 acres, anl situate within the Carson City, Nerada, U. 8 Land District. Anr aud all persons having anr interest in. or claim. . said land, adversely to sai 1 applicant, are hereby required to tile such ad verso claim with the Register of said Lan Office, within the SIXTY DAYS period of publication o. this notice, or failing so to do, they will be barred of such adverse right or claim C N. HARRIS, Register. aarcn ii eu aiys CA8SD1 CITY SAVINGS BANK BANKERS, BROKERS AND FIRE INSUR ANCE AO E NTS. CARSON CITY. NBVADA, NNNIBfO STOCKS BOUGHT AND ON COMMISSION. SOls gyUberel Margins allowed ea Approved StoetsVl Frtnsisoo 0 respondent ...Latham k 1 OBrsoa September 1, 1877.