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JTAHVABY SI. 1H1 SWIFT'S HOT SPRINGS ! riTHb: MI'V'KR.U. IVATBRM . W I inir from &wiii rtriiig wauiuig second to uon hi the State. The Private Bath Houses Are n w fitted up with elegant Dressing Booms, comfort and convenience of the guesid. THE 013 SWIMMING BATH I capable of, aecomnaodaUuir B9 people And has Diving Boards, Dressing Eooms, etc., a tac The waters are changed daily. Satlis - - BO oonts Board by the Day or Ileal. Meals at all hoars. t& Free Ban Bnanlaf to sMsd trmm U Spring-, day and nlfrbt. S. I. SWIFT, Proprietor. Carson, July 15, 1880. TELEGRAPH CIGAR STORE J. f. FARRBsLX . , Proprleaoi. linmx LISTEXINO to the telegraphic lick, and speculating as to how mnch you were out bv not havinjf Bodies or Comstocks during the last deal, vou may find rtlief by sinking the Stck hhop, getting tile ear of the man behind the Telegraph cSirar Store oounter,-and trying some of his imported cigars, flue flavored chewing tobacco, etc. Or if not in on the last orm r, and not ready for the imported luxury at the Telegraph Cigar Stoie you can ret A DAISY OF A BIT CICAR. Alwav. en hnd smokers' materials, including mecr schauns, briem'ood aud other varieties of pipes, smoking tobacco, pipe stoin, cigarettes, c'.-.-arette paper ; and in short. everything to be touno in a liist-class establishment of the kind, ., ,. . '("olograph CigiJ Store, Ormsby Building, Carson Btreet Cirsou. 'ea) GREAT EXCITEMENT! ( RKAT CKOUU OK PKOPL.H (h ttanUy rushing to the large uomuu: otore m KOPPEL & PL ATT, onier of Carson ami Third Streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, CARSON CITY NEVADA. To view and purchase of their magniSoeut stock o FALL AND WINTER GOODS ooxBisruia or Min'. Vautha' and Boys Clothing. Of all the atert styles, Hats, Caps. Trunks Valisei, Collars Etc Ktc otl CITY BBEWERV. King etreet, Carson cit-j. J-J5l0 O 33 T3L L EJ I K PROPRIETOR. rp H K VKHV BUST (illALlTV O LAGER BEER Eww en tao Pacifle Coast or anywhere. Ordew prompUj attended to. Custrmets constantly supplied with the finest brand of WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. C2TGIVE HE A CALL tanltf JACOB KLEIN MULLER'S TQKS0R1AI SALOON. C HA VINO. HAIR. CUTTING AND sDAHPOOINO AFT R THE MOST APPROVED STY 1711. o 33 est 33a,tla.s IN THE CITY AT Holler's, Xext Door to Coantjr Balldlnff. WELLS. FARGO & CO., 1) ANKERS. EXCUANGK iND EXPRESS OFFICE. CARSON CITY KEY ADA From anj after this date Wells, Fargo ft Company a BUY AND SELL MINING STOCKS. Liberal Margin Allowed on Approved Stocks, Carson August 25, 1877 ARLINGTON HOUSE, -jttorth carson street. carson city, Nevada; Having leased this well-known brick building, i no my friends and the public iu general that it will be kep first-clans hotel in every particular. THE TABLE will be second to none iu the State. THE BUI will be supplied with the best brands o Wines, Liquors and Cigars, jTi.ood cooks and gentlemanly waiters bare been m cured. As an old resident of Carson City, I ask and expect hare of public patronage. My intention is to attend to ponton to the wants of my patrons. B. F. SHALL, Proprietor. HEADQUARTERS SALOON, OX KIXU STREET, ITItTOR A, MILLER PROPRIETOR Tbe Beat and Coolest Beer ost EHh ssopl In tn beat of style. An Epicurean Lunch of Tld Bits Alway On Hand jeitf ClIRISTHAS TIDE! M CAGWIIi & ALLEN Aonounoe that they have made special arrangements for a full selection of Christmas Novlties, Holiday Goods, Pictures, Toys, Gifts of all Descriptions Velvet Frames a Specialty. BEST ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IN CARSON. t all Early ns Mauy r tbe Goods arc uly (Samples. TRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. dlO SHERIFF'S GALE. HY VIRTl'E OF 4XD IS H'Rsl'. aiic-j of two certain orders of sale issued separ a'ely and indrp.mdfnt of each other. The first of said rderu of salj i-sued out of the Seconl Judicial District .''.v.r.-t ' Ncvaia in :i:id f r the County of Onnsby, on tti l 'th day of December, A. l. l-80, duly attested' un der the seal of sal Cour;, on th-t day, a'id issued upon the final decree rendered and entered in sa d Court on the 3d day of September, A. D. IS-tO, in the suit for the fore closure of Mortgage in said Court, entitled Trenraw Coffin, p'aintiff, vs. Geo. L. Gibson ami James E. Dealy, copartners doing business undtr the firm name and stv e of Uibson & Dealy, and Kane, O'Leary Co., defendants, commanding me, among other things, to advertise and sell at public aution, in Ormsby county, Nevada, accord ing to law, the property hereinafter described as consti tuting a part of block nmirber thirty-two (32) of Proc tor & Green's Division of Carson ity, Nevada, and out of the proceeds of said sale to retain my fees and dis bursements, and pay to the plaintiff his costs of sui. taxed at 457 00, and counsel fofis allowed by said Court and fixed at $J0! 10, and intercut at 10 per cent per annum until paid;andalsotopay plaintiff the sum of 93522 78, with iutcrest ou the sum of $3,145 31 thereof at the rate of 1 per cent per month from September 1st, 1880, until paid, (the accruing cos's upon said first order of sale now amount to $8 20). The second of said orders of sile issued out of said adove named Court, on the 15ih day of December, 18S0; duly attested under the seal of said Court on said dy, and issued upon the final decree made and rendered in said Court on the 13th day of December, 1880, in the suit for foreclosure of Mortgage in said Court, entitled Trcnmor Coffin, plaintiff , vs. J mes E . Dealy and wife .defendants, commanding me, amonag other things, to advertise and sell at public auction, in Ormsby county, Nevada, according to law, all of the real estate hereinafter described, or so much thereof as may be necessary to realize the several amounts herefn mentioned, and out of the proceeds of such sale to retain my costs, fees and dis bursements, and to pay to said plaintiff the following amounts, to wit: his costs of suit taxed at $47 85 and 7 1 82 counsel fees for foreclosure, allowed by siad Conrt with interett ou said sums at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from Dec 13th, 1SS0, until paid ; also the sum of 1719 20, with interest on the sum $642 50 thereof, at the rate of 2 per cent per month from November 22d, 13S0 until paid, all in U. S. gold coin (the accruing costs upon said second order of sale, now amounting to iff 20) I have levied UKn and hereby advertise for sale the following de scribed real estate, to wit: That certain piece or lot of land lying in and forming the southeast corner of block number thirty-two (32) of Proctor & Green's Division of Carson City, Ormsby County, Nevada, and bounded and described as fol'ows: commencing at the intersection of the north line of Proctor street with the west line of Car son street, in said Carson City, Nevada, running thence north with west line of Carson street, thirty -four (34) feet and six (6) inches; thence west parallel with said north line of Proctor street eighty one (81) feet; thence south parallel with west line of Carson street thirty -four (34) feet and six (6) inches to said north line of Proctor street; thence east along north line of Proctor street eighty-one (81) feet to the place of begin r. ing. Also those certain lots of land adjoining said above described premises described as follows, te wit: Lots nuni b er seven (7) and ten (10) in said b'.ock number thirty-two (3"J) of said Proctor & Green's Division of said Carson City, Nevada, together with that portion of the alley in said block lying immediately east of said lots 7 and 10 in said block now occupied by defendants, J. E. Dea'y and Geo. L. Gibson, the whole of said above described prem ises forming one contiguous tract of land. Also those certain other lots or parcels of land in said Carson City, Ormsby Couny, Nevada, known as and being lots seven (7) and ten (10), in block thrirtv-threo (33) of Proctor & Green's Division of said Carson City; also that pertion of said block thirty-three (33), which would constitute the alley in said block if said alley were opened, lying immediately east of said lots 7 and 10 in said block 33, now occupied by stid James E. Dealy and wife. And I will scil the same at public auction to the high est bidder for cash, in front of the Court House, in Careon City. Onnsby County, Nevada, at the hour of two o'clock P. M., ou Saturday, January Stb, A. ft. 1881, And I will sell the land and premises abve descri bed in block 32 of Proctor & Green's Division of Carson City, in one lot or parcel, and the premises described in block 33 of said Division in one parcel, each independent of the other. Or so much of the above described property will be sold, as stated above, as will be necessary to realize money suf ficient to pay the sums and demands 1 ereinbefore men tioned. LLOYP HILL, Sheriff of Ormsby County, Nevada. Carson City. Dec. 17, 1880. dl9 WANTED. Arouaro woman to do novnr.. work in a small famitr ami assist in of MMren. Apply at ibis ofBee.ymw I f 0 SUUI-ANNUAl REPORT Lf THE C3NTY TREASURES. Omot or Cotnrrr Tkeasckbr, ) Caixos Orrr, Nevada, January 1, 1881. To tbe Hon. the Board of CkrantOommissioBersof Ormsby county, Nevada: Gentlemen : In ompliance with tb law, I have the honor to herewith submit my report of the transactions of this department for tbe haif-year ending December 31, I860. Respectf ully submitted, M. L. YAGER, , County Treasurer. Balance on hand July 1, 1S0 19 APPOKTIOKID AS FOLLOWS : To the General Fund $460 76 To the State Fund 840 38 To the County Building Repair Fund 221 91 To the Countv Treasurer's Salary Fund E8S 52 To the Railroad Fund 1,807 49 To the County School Fund 64150 To the Contingent Fund 129 38 To the County School Fund, District No 1 5ti 22 To the County School Fund, District No 2 8 79 To the County School Fund, District No S 44 07 To the County School Fund District No 4 69 87 To the State School Fund, District No 1 123 E8 To the State School Fund, District No 2 30 50 To the State Scliool Fund, District No 3 15 12 To the State School Fund, DUtriet No 4 28 75 To the Special School Fund 6 27 To t he Road Fund 6 80 $4,949 19 BTATEMI.TT Showing the Receipts for the six months ending December 31 1880 : From Assessment Roll 1879. .' $83 19 From delinquent tax of 1879 8 31 From Assessment Roll 18S0 56,224 40 From delinquent tax of 1880 28 88 From net proceeds of mines for 18 0 2,819 37 From County Licenses 3,006 83 From Gambling Licenses - 1,222 00 From State Insurance Licenses 898 09 From rent of County Buildings 1,860 00 From State apportionment of school moneys 1,072 61 From Docket fees District Court 168 00 I rem tax on premiums fire insurance comp's . . 408 46 From trial of Pritchard, Storey Co 2,536 SO From poll taxes 1880 2,585 60 $72,367 45 STATEMENT Showing the Apportionment of Receipts for the six mouths ending Deceiubw 31, 18S0: To the Railroad Fund ". 120,483 27 To the General Fund 23,617 06 To the State Fund 14,598 OS 'fo the County Building and Repair Fund 1,785 60 To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 1,821 27 To the State School Fund 1,072 61 To the County School Fund 8,538 11 To the Contingent Fund 290 07 To the District Judge's Salary Fund 161 28 S72.37 45 STATKMB.1T Showing the Disbursements for the six months ending December 31, 1880: From General Fund On account Salaries and Fees of Officers $9,122 41 On account of ca-e indigent sick 3.931 18 On account jury fes 3,298 SO On account general expenses 2,525 76 813,878 15 From State Fund On account of settlement with State for Dec, 18s0 $13,986 78 On account of County Treasurer's commissions 475 43 Ou account of general expenses 831 60 $15,293 79 From Railroad Fund Ou account of redemption of rail road bonds 818,000 00 On account interest on County Rail road Bonds , 3,825 00 821,325 CO From County Building Fepair Fund On account of Building and Repairs expense 436 19 From Contingent Fund On account contingent expenses ..... 412 60 From District J udge's Salary Fund On account salary of District Judge 1,060 00 Fro County Treasurer's Salary Fund On account salary County Treasurer 750 00 From County School Fund, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers 34,021 00 On account of incidental exenses. . . 1,517 24 On account Repairs of Building 476 25 6,014 49 From County School Fund, Distnct No. 2 -On account of "Salary of Teachers 6C0 00 From County Sehool Fund, District No. S On account of salary of teachers $120 00 On account of incidental expenses. . 32 00 155 00 From County School Fund, District No. 4 Ou account of salary of teachers. . . . $195 00 Ou aceount of incidental expenses. . . 10 00 205 00 From State School Fund, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers 90d 75 From Stale School Fund,. District No 2 On account salary of teachers 100 00 Fr- in Stite School Fund District No. 4 On account salary of teachers 65 00 ?rjtf,24S 97 Apportionment of School Moneys by Uic County School SujHjriutondet: From the County School Fund To the County School Fund District No. 1 S".715 51 To the County School Fund District No. 2 760 35 To the County School Fund District No. 3 246 05 Tojthe County School Fund District No. 4 406 21 $9,128 11 From the State School Fund To the State School Fund District No. 1 S92 64 To the State School Fund District No. 5 95 90 To the State Sehool Fund District No. 3 37 83 To the State School Fund District No. 1 46 69 81,072 61 Transfers made From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund $175 50 From County Building Repairs Fund to the District Judge's Salary Fund 175 50 From County Building Repair Fund to General Fund 600 00 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 175 00 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 175 00 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 175 00 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 13 72 RKAFTTCLATIOH. Balance cm hand July 1, 1880 84,949 19 Receipts for six months ending Dec. 31, 18S0. . . 72,367 45 Total receipts $77,316 64 Disbursements for the six months ending Dec. 31, 1880 66,248 97 Balance on hand January 1, 1881 $11,007 67 APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS: To the General Fund $5,086 05 Tt the State Fund 144 67 To the Railroad Fund 525 76 To the Road Fund 6 80 To the Contingent Fund 6 83 To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 1,439 77 To the County Building Repair Fund 796 32 To the County School Fuud 51 50 To the County Scnool Fund, District No. 1 2,286 23 To tiie County Siiiool Fund, District No. 2 109 14 To tiie County School Fund, District No. 3 138 12 To the County School Fund. District No. 4 271 OS To the State School Fund, District No. 1 109 77 To the State School Fund, District No. 2 26 4o To the State School Fund, District No. 8 62 50 To tbe State School Fund. District No. 4 10 44 To the Special School Fund 6 27 $11,067 67 Statement, showing the gross indebtedness December 31, 1880: Ci unty bonds outstanding $77,000 00 Ajcrucd interest on the same 449 16 Warrants outstanding 97 55 Certificates outstandinT 15 00 Total gross indebtedness $77,501 71 The Morton Lodging House. CEO. D. FRYER.. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUtHY AUDITOR Omox or Cotwtt Aomros, ) Okiubt Codhtt. Nktada, Dec. 3L, 1880. f To th Hon. the Board or County Commissioners Onnsby County, State of Nevada : GenCletnttti : The County Auditor respectfully submits the following report of the financial attaint of the said county for the six months ending Dec. 31, 1880. Balance on band at dose of business June 30, 1880 $ 4,949 19 Atportioned as follows : In Railroad Fund $ 1,367 49 In General Fund 460 76 In the State Fund 849 38 In the Contingent Fund 129 36 In the Road Fund 6 80 In County Sehool Fund 641 60 In County School Fund, District No. 1 685 22 In Count'y Sehool Fund, District No. 2 8 79 In County Schocl Fnnd, District No. 3 44 07 In County School Fund, District No. 4 69 83 In Special School Fund 6 27 In State School Fund, District No. 1 123 87 In State School Fund, District No. 2 30 50 In State School Fund, District No. 3 15 12 Jn State School Fund, District No. 4 28 75, In County Treasurer's Salary Fund 358 52 In Count Building Repair Fund 221 bl $ 4,919 19 BBcnirrs. From Assessment roll, 1S79 $33 19 From 10 per cent, delinquent tax, 1379 8 81 From Assessment roll, 188S 56,224 40 From 10 per cent, delinquent tax, 18S0 23 88 From net proceeds of mines 2,319 37 From county licenses 3,006 83 From gambling licenses 1,222 00 From State insurance licenses 893 00 From rents County Building , 1,860 00 From State apportionment of school money. . . . 1,072 61 From Court docket fees 168 00 From fire insurance tax on net premiums 408 46 From trial of Pritchard 2,536 80 From poll tax 2,535 00 $72,367 45 ArrowiKvnnrjrT or uonrn. T.j County Building Repair Fund $ 1,785 60 To County Treasurer's Salary Fund 1,821 30 To State Fund 14,598 34 To General Fund 23,617 47 To Railroad Fund 20,483 67 To County School Fund 8,537 11 To Contingent Fund 290,07 To State School Fund 1,072 61 To District Judge's Salary Fund 161 28 $72,367 45 From General Fund On account salary of Co. officers $ 9,122 41 On account jury fees 3,298 80 On account care of indigent sick 3,931 18 On account general expensos 2,525 76 $18,878 15 From Railroad Fund On account of redemption railroad bonds $18,009 09 On accourit of inteiest ou railroad bonds 8.325 09 $21,325 00 From State Funa On aceount of settlement with State for December, 1880, $13,936 7 On account of County Treasurer's commissions 475 43 On account of general expenses 831 60 $15,293 79 From Contingent Fund On a&ount contingent expenses $412 60 From County Building Repair r una On account county building expenses $436 19 From District J udgc s oaiary Fluid On account salary District Judge $1,050 00 From County Treasurer's Salary Fund On account salary Cuunty Treasurer 8750 00 From State Sehool Fund, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers $906 75 From State School Fund, District No. 2 On account salary of teachers $10 00 From State School District No. 4 On account salary of teachers $65 00 From County School Fund, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers 84,021 00 On account incidental expenses 1,517 24 On account of repairs 476 25 $6 014 49 From County School Fund, District No. 2 Ou account salary of teachers $660 00 From County School Fuud, District No. 3 On account salary of teachers 8120 00 On account incidental expenses 12 00 $152 00 From County School Fund, District No. 4 On account salary of teachers $195 10 On aceount incidental expenses 10 00 $205 25 ArrORTIONHBHT Of Hjhool money by thi County School Superintendent: From the County School fuud To the County School Fund, District No 1 $ 7,715 50 To the County School Fund, District No 2 760 35 To the County School Fund. District No. 3 246 05 To the County School Fund, District No 4 496 21 $ 9,128 11 From the State School Fund To tne State School F'und, District No 1 $892 64 To the SUte School Fund, District No 2 05 90 To the State School Fund, District No 3 37 33 To the State School Fund, District No 4 46 69 $1,072 61 TBAKSFKBS MADS. From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund $175 00 From County Building Repair Fund to Dist;ict Judge's Salary l-und , 175 00 From County Building Repair Fund to General Fund 600 00 From General Fund to District Judge's 6alary Fund 175 00 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 175 00 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 175 00 From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fund 13 72 RECAPITULATION. Balance on hand July 1, ISSi $ 4,949 29 Receipts, for 6 months ending Dec. 31, 1889 72,367 45 $72,316 64 Disbursements, for the six months ending Dec 31, 180 66,248 87 Balance on hand Dec. 31, 1S80 $11,067 67 APPORTIONED AS FOLLOa'B : To the General Fund $5,086 05 To the State Fund 144 67 To the Railroad Fund 625 76 To the Contingent Fund 6 83 To the County Building Repair Fund 798 32 To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 1,439 79 To the Road Fund. . . t. 6 80 To the County School Fund 61 50 To the Special School Fund 6 27 To the County School Fund, District No. 1 2,286 23 To the County School Fund, District No. 2 109 14 To the County Schcol Fund, District No. 3 138 12 To the County School Fund, District No. 4 27108 To the State School Fund, District No. 1 109 77 To the State School Fund, District No. 2 26 40 To the State School Fund, District No. 3 52 50 To the State School Fuud, District No. 4 10 44 $11,067 67 Statement showing the county indebtedness, gross, Dec. 13, 1880: County bonds $77,000 00 Accruing interest on same 449 16 Outstanding warrants 97 55 Certificates outstanding 15 00 Total gross indebtedness $77,561 71 Respectfully submitted, FRED D. TURNER, Tounty Auditor. Ormsby County, Nevada. NOTIOE. HAULIXG FROM CAKSO.V TO BOBIE. Proposals for hauling Eighty (SO) Tons, more or less of nachinery from Carson (Nev.) to Bodie (Cal.), will be re ceived bythe undersigned, up to and inc uding January 31, 1881. The heaviest piece will weigh not exceeding 9,;i00 pounds. Machinery to be delivered at the Standard Consolidated Mine, In Bodie, under directions of the undersigned, and will be ready for shipment at Carson, on or about Febru ary 1,1881 Contractors for above will state the price, per pjund, at which said machinery will be handled. Information will be furnished by either the undersigned or the Secretary of the Standard Consolidated Mining1 Company, Room No. 29, Nevada Block, San Francisco, California. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. WILLIAM IRWIN, Superintendent Standard Mining Company. Bodic, Cal. January 5 1381. THE GftEAT ENGLISH CEOEOY h.wwMkig oar. far aer vou debility, exhausted vital ity, sesninia! weakness, spa m.torrhoM, L.OBT MAflt HOO U.imsoteney, paralysis, and all tha terrible ifxu of self-abuse, youthful follies and and exoesses in matursryeam such as loss of memory, las situde, nocturnal amission, a version to society, dimness f vision, noises in the head, tha vital fluid passing unobserved in the unue, and many oiner diseases that lead to iusaniay and death. 1) T. M!NTI will agree to forfeit Five Hnadrod llollarxtor a case of this. kind the VITAL. RKSTOH A'l'IVK (under his special advice and treatment) will not cure, or for anything impure or injurious found in it. DB Ml NT IB treats all Private Diseases successfully without mercury, f'-orwultatlon fi. Thorough examina tion and advice, including analysis of urine, 85 00. Price of Vital Restorative. $3 00 a bottle, or four times the quantity, $10.t0; sent to any address upon receipt of price, or C. O. D. . secure from observation, aad in private name if desired, by A. K. JI ISTIE, M. D. 11 Koarney Street, San fc'raaciaeo. Cal. DR. MINTIB'S KIDNEY REMEDY. NKPR- BK riCUM, eures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder oon plaints, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Leucorrhcea. For sale by B. F. Foster and Geo. C. Thaxter, Druggists, Carson City. $1.00 a bottle, six bottles for $5.00. 13 it MlNITK'S D4NDELION PILLS are tbe best and cheapest DYNPUHSU and BIL.IOW5 cure in the market. For sale by B. F. Foster and Georra t Thaxter, druggists, Carson City. nW.7-lr B. F. MEDER. F.W.W8MWJU THE FRANKS. IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE, r.tr. .Etc Etc. PAPER-HANGING AND CALCIMINING. First-class "Work. Lowest Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Paint Shop opposite Wells. Fargo A Co', Canton St., Carson, Nev. Jy22tJ C. A. MARSTON. PHOTOGRAPHER. CORNER ORMSBY AND &EC3B9 STREETS, CARSON CITY. NEVADA. mHE BEST OF WORK DOSE AT JL -cheap rats and satisfaction ruaraateed. Cabinet Photographs a Specialty. October 21, 1880. m STO&.E MARKET. Noxxr TP In? Yin. OTTO T. SOULiiZ has opened a first-class Meat Market in the Stone Building opposite the Arlington House, where can be at all times the CHOICEST CUTSK9F Beef. Pork Mutton. Veai, Lamb. Sausage, Etc. The new propietor will fill al orders with dispatch and asks a fair share of patronage. OTTO T. SCKUU. NOTIOE TO CREDITORS. IDT TIIE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Second Judicial District of tho State of Nevada, in and for the Countv of Ormsby. In the matter of the estate of Nicholas Ambrose, de ceased. Notice to Creditors. Estate of" Nicholas Ambrose, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Anministra trix of the Estate of Z'ichila8 Ambrose, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with tho ncaessaiy vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to said Administratrix at the office of A. C. Ellis, Carson City, Nevada. ' REBECCA AMBROSE, Administrator of the Estate of Nicholas Ambrose, de ceased. Carson City, Nev., Nov. 8th, 1881 ?ii0 JACOB TOBRINER, WUOUMALI AXQ KBTA1L DKALSE a IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CiBARS, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES. CUTLERY Ete. Ete Etc. ARLINGTON BLOCK, CARSOX CITY. NEVADA. ianlm Wood, Coal and Fuehof all Descriptions KBPT COBBTAITTLT f HAHD. LIMB AND SPLIT FINE. dlO Artyly at the Transa Hotot.