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VOL 1G. CARSON CITY, NEVADA: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1880. NO. 49 M MORNING APPEAL. HENRY R. MIGHELS. Published every manioc: (Mondays excepted), by MRS. N. V. MIGHELS, rUOPRlETUK m4 Xewapapor, devoted to Politios, General New, ana Local Ana:rs. OPFOS Oa btarf street, apposite the southern front ef the Bute Capito' Terms of Subscription : 9 cea), eaa year, by mafl $8 00 as easy, ahx menas, T mafl 4 00 ae easy, three meatfes, by mafl t 00 IXjiiaaiiU as wbaeriptioa, utvasublt m abtanci Tew. Amu.- will be delivered to the citizens of Canon t S3 ilea la per week, payable weekly to the carrier. Rates of Advertising: tM.it ef adveruninf. eaa be aawrtained oa application at tmt eop gilt 2 sMyL3-Ur?:' TV '-3 1 SAVE TO LEAKN HOW TO DO YOUR I IT BEAD AND HEED HAIR I WHAT FOLLOWS. HAVE TOUR HAIR. The laws ot Healta aiul Longevity demand it, the customs of social life acquire it. The matter is of great importance in very way. BEAUTIFY TorR HAIR. It Is Uie bus. passing crown of glory, and for the loss of it there h) no ooiapensaMon. CULTIVATE YOCR HAIR. For by no ather ateana can it be saved and beautified, LYON'S .(ATHAIRQM, fkiwvvered thirty-five years ago b Prof. Lyon, of tale, is the most perfect preparation in the wadl lor preserving and beautifying the hair. Besides being the beat hair areaaioff ever produced, Lyon's Kalhairon wilt aMMMtvelv prevent grayaieaa, and wttl re store new halt to be.ld heads, if the roots and follicles are not destroyed. It actually performs these seeming miracles, ot which the following ia A FAIR SPECIMEN. I had been entirely bald for several yean, con. etitutieool, I suppose. I used a few bottles of Kathairon, an?, to my great surprise. I have a thick fTowth of young liuir. COL. JOHN V. DOBBANCE, V. S. A. Ia every important respect the Kathairon is abao lulely incomparable. It ia uneqtialed. 1. Te Cure Baldness. 2. To Ilestore Gray Hair. J. To fiemove Dandruff. 4. To Drees and Beautify the Hair. BEAR IX MIS'D. The Kathairon b no aticky paste of sulphur and sugar-of-lead, to paini and daub the Lair and paralyze the brain. It is a pure and limpid vegetable lotion, intended to re store tba hair by natural growth and reinvigoration. It ia splendidly perfumed, and the most delightful toUet dressing known. No lady's or gentleman toilet outfit ia oonipk'te without Lyon's Kathairon SOL EVEHTWHBHE. ASSESSMENT K8TICE. N OKTH CARSW9T SILVER WI1 COMPANY. Location of principal place of busine, j Prancisco, Califnrnia. Location of works, Orui.by ty, Nevada. Notice is herehv riven that at a me- tin ' ; tne Board of Directors, held on the 13th day of Decern- ' jl. v. isiv. an assessment (no. I) of twonty-nve (So) I per share was levied unon each and evrr share of the aanital stock of tnia ia V. 8. (fold coin to the Secretary at the office, room 1, lit Leidesdorff street, San Francisco, California. Any atk upon whioh this aaaeasment ia not paid on SATUK SAT, the 15th day of January, A. D. 1880, will be delin .aast aad advertised for sale at public auction, and unless aarnieat ia made before will b aold on Wednesdav, the w daf of February, A. D 1880, at the houroj 1 o'clock p. a. to pay aesevmrnt toeetlier with the ooH of advertia uia expeaae of sale. By order of the Board of Diraotora O. BHTTS, Secretary SaTka : Room 1, IK Leideadorff ttrvct, Saa Franciaea, faUfaraia. dada tar: urti,-1. iT' r jt a,- ;. u. . -"t ... .'t-ifc. x SEM,AN,,UALREI,aRT tFTH H - TREASURE. Omen or Corarr TaeAnttRRR, ) Carhos Crrr. Nevada. December 31. 187a. I Te the Hon. the Board of County Commissioners of Ornuby floaniy, nevaaa: Oentlemen : I hare the honor to herewith submit my ! report of the re'ttipts and disbursements, with such ether lwormatiwn as may be necessary for a full and complete understanding of the trans ictions ef this department for we six montns ending uecemDer 31, 1S7: Balance on hand Juiv 1. 1879. at per Cash Book $4,725 87 APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS : To the General Fund $1 ,593 05 To the 8tte Fund 1,211 23 To the County Building Repair Fund 515 58 10 tne county 'JTeasurers Salary Fund wz To the Railroad Fund. 858 60 To the Road Fund 6 80 To the Contingent Fund 1SI 32 To the Comity School Fund . 238 10 240 70 To the County School Fund, District No. 1 . . To the County School Fund, District No. 2. . To the County School Fund, District No. S. . To the State School Fund. District No. 1 304 42 00 19 2 09 5 05 6 27 To the State School Fund, District No. 2 ro the State School r und District No. x To the Special School Fund 4,725 27 Receipts for the six months eading December 31, 189 : From Am 'mm ant V ill. 1 g78 fl47 00 From Aasessment Roll 1S79 66,389 48 From ten per cent, delinquent tax of 1878 15 19 Prom ten per oent. delinquent tax of 1879 110 05 From net proceeds of mines for 1879 6,239 90 From County Licenses 3,621 36 From Gamhliu? Licenses 2,961 00 From State Insurance Licenses 889 50 From rent of Conntv Buildings 1,230 00 From poll taxes 1878 4 00 From poll taxes 1679 2,817 20 From fines in Justice's Court 3 50 From State apportionment of school moneys 1,254 12 From District Court Docket fees 206 00 from fire insurance tax on net premiums 202 o5 From Jury Fees (returned1 255 60 Fruni miscellaneous receipts x.. 4 32 185,461 77 . .$24,516 78 .. 17,6"5 23 ,. 25.110 84 . 13.072 69 .. 2,121 15 347 64 . 1,180 80 . 1,254 12 202 52 APPORTION KIWT OF KTCSim: To the General Fund. To the State Fund To the Railroad Fund. To the County School Finn! To the County Treasurer s Salary r una To the Contingent Fund To the County Buildinr anl Repair Fund To the State School Fund To the District Judge's Salary Fund JS5.461 77 Armorriomnent or transfers made by the County School StiiH-rintendent of State School Moneys: From the State School Fund to the State School Fund District No. 1 l,oab 99 From t!ie State School Fund to the Sta e School Fui District No. 2 ISO 7a From the State School Fund to the State School Fund District No. 3 7o From the Stite School Fuud to the State School Fund District No. 4 50 6j $1,254 1 Apportionment of transf jrs ma le by the County School Superintcndet of County .Nchool Moneys : From the Countv School Fund to the County School Fund District No. 1 $9,647 47 From the Countv School Fuud to the Countv School Fund District No. Z 1,34 Ui Fnim the Countv School Fund to the County School Fund District No. 3 397 88 From the Counsv School I und to the County School Fund District No. 4 499 19 From the Countv School Fund, Dis'rict No. 2, to the Countv School Fund District No. 4 92 36 $11,670 94 1 DrSBl UgSFNTS FH 8 MOXTIIS BSDIM DHCBMBBR 31, 1879 From General Fund On account salaries & foes f County Officers 11.4tH 71 On account of ca-e in dent sick 2.436 80 On account jury feos 3,794 20 On amount sreneral exiiens&s 2,219 87 m rwr ED glg,WI oo From State Fund On account of State expenses 1,41S 93 On account of settlement with State for December, 1379 16,5sO 84 IT,999 77 From Railroad Fund On account interest on County Rail road Bonus $3,956 00 From Continsent Fund- On account continirent expenses Fro:n County Building Repair Fund On account repairs on Co. Buildings $233 77 $ 85 75 $1,050 00 From District Judee's Salary runa On account salary of District Jude. . Froti Countv Treasurer 8 Salary runa On account salary County Treasurer From State School Fund, District No. 1 $750 00 I On account salary of teachers....... $9' 98 From State School r una. District Jro. s On account salary of teachers $45 70 From State School Fund District lio. On account salary of teachers From County School Fund, District No. 1 On accouut salary oi teachers 2,S97 43 On account of incidental expenses. . . 838 ? On account of redemption of School Bonds and interest on same 8,157 5 $56 63 On account of interest on Old Loans, made 1877 35o 22 From Countv School Fund. District No. 2- Oii acccunt salary of teachers. $649 80 On account incidental expenses 128 60 60 From C untv School Fund. District No. 3 - On account salary of teacher 120 0 On account incidental expenses 52 80 $172 80 From Countv School Fund District No. 4 On account salary of teachers $333 37 On account incidental expenses 14 25 $347 62 $53,610 76 Transfers made under law and by order of County Com missioners : ! From General Fund to District Judge 8 Salary Fund $847 48 From County Building Repair Fund to County Treasurer's Salarv Fund 3K4 w I From County Building Repair Fund to General r and " w tl,l ii RBSArmanow fUtence on hand July 31, 1879 $4,725 27 Receipts for six months ending Dec. 30, 1879... 85,461 77 $90,187 04 Deduct disbursements for the six months end- in? Decemlier 31. 1879 53,610 76 Balance on band December 31, 1879 $36,56 28 APrOETIOXBD AS FOLLOWS: To the State Fnnd $866 69 To the General Fund $6,135 67 To the County Building Repair Fund 60S 3 To the Countv Treasurer's Salary Fund 1,755 07 To the Railroad Fund 21,414 44 T ) the Roa.l Fund 6 80 To the Contingent Fund 295 19 To the Countv Sen ol uua oai zv To the County Scnool Fund, District No. 1 3,388 8 To t-'.e C runtv School Fund, District No. 2 549 47 To the County School Fund, District No. 3. .. . 256 62 To the Countv School Fund, District No. 4 To the Stato School Fund, District No. 1 283 27 47 20 To the St te School Fund, District No. 2 To the Special School Fund 132 84 6 27 $36,576 28 Statement, showing the outstanding- indebtedness if the conntv December 3 1, 1879: !uuijty Bonds from No. 88 to 200, inclusive, riven to the Virginia Truckee Railroad Company December 10, 1869 $113,000 00 y.s-nud interest on the same to Dec 1, 187. . 439 44 Warrants outstanding on General Fund 120 30 Total gross indebtedness $113,559 74 Respectfully submitted, M. L. YAGER, County Treasurer Oriusby County, Nev. , THOS. H. WKLLi W1LLIK0T0H STEW AST. WELLS fc STEWART. TTOBSTEirS AT LAW. SEMI-AnSNUa REPORT OF THE COUNT AUDITOR. Officr of Cooktt Auditor, rmsiit Cortrrr Nevada, December 31, 1879. To the Hon. the Board of County Commissioners Ormaby County, State of Nevada Gentlemen : The County Auditor respectfully submits the following report of tne nscal anairs oi tne saia county lor we six months endinjr December 31st, 1879. lialance on hand at close of business June 30th, 1879 t 4,725 27 Apportioned as follows : In General Fund ?1,593 95 Instate Fund 1,211 23 In County Building Repair Fund 515 58 In County Treasurer s Salary r una low az In Railroad Fund 258 60 In Road Kunc 680 In Contingent Fund 181 32 In County School Fuud 238 lo In County School Fund, District No. 1 240 79 In County scnool r una, District mo. 3 In County school Fnnd, District No. 3 In State School Ktind, District No. 1 In State School Fund, District No. 2 304 42 06 19 2 09 5 95 6 27 In State School Fund, Listrict No. 3 In Special School Fuud . . , 4,725 27 RKCEIFTO. From Assessment roll, 1878 $147 90 From 10 per cent, delinquent tax, 1878 15 19 From Assessment roll, ls79 66,389 48 From 10 percent, delinquent tax, 1879 110 05 From net proceeds of mines 5,239 90 From county licenses 3,621 36 From gambling licenses 2,961 00 From State insurance , 869 50 From rent County Biujdinr 1,23 00 From poll tax, 1878. delinquent 4 m From Hues in Justioe Court S 50 From Mate apportionment ot school moneys for 1879 iz From District Court docket fees 208 00 From fire insuran e tax on net premiums 262 65 From poll taxes, 1879 2.S17 20 From jury fees (Returned) 255 GO From miscellaneous sources ti 32 $85,461 77 APPORTIOVUEPIT OF KBCKIPTS. To State Fund .fl 7,655 23 To Railroad Fund 25,110 84 To General Fund 24,516 78 To Countv Buildini Repair Fund 1,180 80 To Countv Treasurer's Salary Fund 2,121 15 To Countv School Fund 13,072 9 To Contingent Fuud 347 64 To District Judge's Salary Fund 2"2 52 To State Sohoof Fuud 1,2."4 12 $,4G1 77 DISBCRSKM&NTN. From General Fund On accouut care of indigent sick 2,436 SO On account salary A fees Co. t!;c jrs. . 1 1 ,456 71 On account jury fen 3, .94 20 On accouut gener.il expenses 2,219 . 519,907 53 Frm State Fund On account State expenses $1,418 93 On account December settlement with State Controller. 16.580 84 ?1 7,999 77 From Railroad Fund- On account interest on mun'y bonds to December 1st, 1S79. ... From Continirent Fund On ae -ount contingent exenses From County Building Repair Fund On account repairs on county building From District Judge's Salary Fund On account salary District Judge From County Treasurer's Salary Fund On account salary' Cuunty Treasurer. . From County School Fund, District No. 1 On accoun; salary of teachers $2,897 48 On account incidental expenses 838 30 Un account redemption School Bonds and interest on same 3,157 50 On account interest on Old Loan made 1S77 355 22 $3,955 00 $233 77 $85 75 $1,050 00 $750 00 $7,248 56 From County School Fund, District No. 2 , On account salary of teachers $649 00 On account incidental expenses 128 60 $777 60 From Countv School Fund, District No. 3 On account salary of teachers $120 00 On account incidental expenses 52 80 From County School Fund, District No. 4 On account salarv teachers $333 37 172 80 $34T 62 $979 98 $45 70 $56 63 On accountiincidc'utal expenses 14 25 From State School Fuud, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers From State School District o. 3 On account salary of teachers From State School Fund, District AO. 4 On account salary ef teachers $53,610 76 of County Transfers made under law, and by order Commissioners : From General Fund to District Judge's Salarv ' Fund 847 48 From Countv Building Repair Fund to County Treasurer's Salarv Fund 224 00 From Countv Hiuldim? Repair r und to General Kund torj uu $1,851 48 aacAPmLATioH. Balance on band July 1, 1879 $4,725 27 Receipts, for 6 niwnths ending DecemberSl, 1879. 85,461 77 $90,187 04 Deduct disbursements, for the six months end ing Deember 31, W9 53,610 70 Balance on hand Decembers, 1879 $36,576 28 APPOKTIOKen AS FOLLOWS : To the General Fund $6,135 67 To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 1,755 07 To the Countv Building Repair Fund 606 63 To the Railroad Fund 21,414 44 To the County School Fund, District No. 1 . . . 3,388 83 To the County School Fund, District No. 2 To the Countv Schcol Fund. District No. 3 649 47 256 62 283 27 831 29 To the County School Fund, District No. 4 To the County School Fund To the Special School Fund 6 27 To the State School Fund, District No. 1... To the State School Fund, District No. 2. . . To the State Fund To the Contingent Fund 47 20 132 84 866 69 295 19 To the Road Fund. 6 80 $36,576 28 Statement showing outstanding indebtedness of the county December SI, 1879: County bonds from No. 88 to 300, inclusive giv en to V. & T. R. R. December 10, 1869 $113,000 00 Accrued interest on same to July 1, 1879. . . . . . 439 44 Warrants outstanding on the General Fuud 120 30 Total gross indebtedness $113,557 74 Respectfully submitted, FRED D. TURNER, Oounty Auditor. a fl.CIFIC ICC COMPANY. J. M. BENTON. AGENT, AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH 13 H.B TO Daily, in quantities to suit any one, at Low Prices" their residences The lee that I furolsh ia takn from Carson River, formed of Pur, So raaniar water, and not from anv stasaaat pond or ua healthjr location. Orders left at my livery Stable, oa Carson street, be promptly attended to. el3tf Agent Pacific Ice Conv Aired ASTRAY NOTICE. CAME TO IT ENCLOSURE THIS SUM HER one tan mare, two years off fold, branded J It on left hip, wMte round left fetlock and white face. The owner oan obtaia tame by selling at my place and pav ing expenses. L i, ABRAHAM:' Aeveuner t, nsrv vwar i, NICOLL THE TAILOR n ESI REN TO CALL THE ATTENTION M.J of tenth men to the daily arrival of New York styles of French, English and Domestic goods from his London and New lork houses. Being our own importers, we are able to guarantee give uie klal article at sucn prices as aeiy oompeauoa .WE SELL. Good Business Suits From I 5 dollars. NTS Fram Foair DoI'm. GENUINE 6X BEAVER SUITS From ENGLISH CORDS 55 dollars. FOR HUNTING SUITS. Goods to suit the Banker, Merchant SjhTr" and Clerks. Gentlemen, befjre C&lliflS For Blackwood's Magazine.' elsewhere, will do well to call and in spect my IMMENSE STOCK. 0 0 H De not forces to se the ELECTRIC LIGHT! Call and see the Electric Light at XleoU's by which colon and quality can be Beeu at dear at iiiht as at noeaday. The Trade and Pnblie supplied with Cloth and Trimmings at wholesale prices. "ANY LENGTH CUT AND ALL KINDS OP CL9 KEPT IN STOCK. A Eif Samples, with instructions for Self Measurement sent free OM.Y WHITE LABOR Employed, and none but EXPERIENCED and FIRST CLASS cutters TO ORDER i Pants from $4 to Nuits from 13 to Overcoats from IS to risters .....from IS to Dress Coats from 2A to Black Doeskin Pants from 7 to $1.1 86 SO 3S 40 IS White Vesta from Fancy Vests from 'ieunise 6x Beaver Suits from Pants to order in 6 hours, Suits to order in 12 hours. 5 to 5 6 to IS 6a 0 FINEST STOCK OF WOOLENS (THE WORLD ! IN A small stock of uncalled for (foods at im menne reauciiema. SALE PRICES Pants from MS. Suite from 913 Overcoats from 911. Ulaters from 915. Veata frooa 94. Coats f I oin 97 NICOLL THE TAILOR'S GRAND TAILORING EMPORIUM 787 Market Street San Franelaeo. ali)-3m "Not oe No. 18. A CT OF COXGBESS, APPROVED JUSTE -im. 3, 197 Unitbd States Land Office, Cakson Crrr, Nevada, January 8, 1880. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern : That Alfred Jacques, of the County of Washoe, State of Nevada, has this day filed in this omce his application no. 18, to purchase from the United States Government the following described tract of laud, chiefly valuable for tim ber, and unfit for cultivation, viz : Southeast quarter of Section 20, in township No. 17 north, of Range No. 19 east, H. D. M . containing 160 acres, and situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U. 8. Land District. Anv and all persons having any interest in, or claim 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 aor tney win oe oarrea oi sucn aa verse righs or claim. C. N. HARRIS, Register. janiu-ooa NOTICE. 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I n.tk.ii Statks Land Okick, Carsox Citv. N'evaila December 20, 197 976. Notice is herebv uiven to all w hom it may concern : That Andrew J. Toft, of the Countv of Washoe, State of Ne vada, has this day filed in this office his application No. 17, to purchase from the United States Government the fol lowing described tract of land, chiefly valuable for timber and unfit for cultivation, viz: West half of southeast quarter of Sect ion 24, in townsh p No. 17 north, of Range Ho. 18 east, M. v. M., containing- 80 acres, ana situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U. S. Land District. Anv and all persons having anv interest in. or claim to. said land, adversely to said applicant, are hereby required to file such advene claim with the register of said Land Office, within the SIXTY DAYS period of publication ef this notice, or, failing to do so, they will be barred. such adverse right or claim. aeczi-eoa u. . hakkm, uegister. NOTICE NO. 20. Act of Congress Approved June S, 1878. UVitbd Status Land Orris, Carson Citv, Nevada, March 8, 1880. f TOTirR IS HKKEi-Y GIVKN TO ALL 1 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN That Louis Plant, of the County of Washoe State of Nevada, has this day filed in this omce his application (o. Lin to purcnase ironi tne United States Government the following described tract of land, chiefly valuable for timber, and unfit for cultiva tion, viz : South est quarter of Section 24, in Townshp No. 17 north, of Range No. 18 east, M. D. M., containing 160 acres, and situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U. S. Land District. Any and all persons having anv interest in, or claim to. said land, adversely to said applicant, are hereby required to file such adverse claim with the Register of saiii Land Office, within the SIXTY DAYS period of publication of this notice, or, failing so to do, they will be barred of suck adverse right or claim. C. N. HARRIS, Register. Marcn uw uays. NOTICE NO. 21. Act of Congress Approved Jane 3, 1878. Ukitkd Statfs Land Okkick, ) Carson City, Nevada, March 8, 1380. f ! VrTIc,e " HBhiCUY eVKN TO ALL il WHOM IT MAY CONCERN That ELrian Bonan- faut. of the Countv of vasni e, state ot iMevaua, nag mis 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, viz: Northeast quarter oi section Z4, in Township 17 north, of Range No. 18 east, M. D. M., con taining 160 acres, and situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U. S. Land District. Any and all persons having any interest in, or claim to, said land, adversely to said applicant, are here' y required to file such adverse 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 such adverse right or claim. C. N. HARRIS, Register. March 11 60 days NOTICE NO. 22. Act of Cong-ress Approved June 3, 1878. United states Land Omct, ) Carson Citv, Nevada, March 8, 1880. f VTOTICE I HEREBY (ilVKM TO ALL l WHOM IT MAY CONCERN That Leon Charette. of the County of Washoe, State of Nevada, has this day filed in this office his application (No. 22) to purchase from the United States Government the following described tract of land, chiefly valuable for timber, and unfit for cultivation, viz: Northwest quarter of Section 24 IB Township 17 north, of Ratue No. 18 east, M. D. M , con taining 160 acres, an i situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U. S. Land District. Anv and all persons having any interest in, or claim', , said land, adversely to sai I applicant, are hereby required to file such adverse claim with the Register of said Lan Office, within tUe 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. March 11 60 d iys CARS 3 M CITY SAVINGS BANK BANKERS, BROKERS AND FIRE INSUR ANCE AGENTS. OARSON CITY, NEVADA. KaNIMa STOCKS BOnOHT AND ON COMMISSION. SOLO fVUberal Margins allowed oa Approved Stocks." rVaneiseo C jrrespondent .Latham Kisf Oarsoa September 1, 1877.