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i y . n rev i EAL, VOL LX CARSON CITY, NEVADAf SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER "30. i901 NO 27 E MORNING APPEAL Published Every Morning - Monday Ex cepted by H. R. MIGHELS. Offlee Second Street, Opposite Capitol SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One Year ?8 00 Six Months $5 00 Three Month -$3 00 By carrier 25 cents per week. Entered at the Postofflce at Carson City Nevada, as second class matter. Lodge Notice ORMSBY COUNCIL NO. 6. O. C. F Meets every Second and Fourth Wed- eaday evening at O. F. Hall.: Visiting friends welcome. Clara Hawkins, C. Vv". D. Cottbkli, Sect'y. tf ORMSBY LODGE, NO AO.U.W. Meets every secon 1 and fourth Tuesday the month. Sojourning brothers cor dially invited. Fbed Wilder,M. W. J. A. Wall, recorder. apl KATHBONE SISTERS Temple meets every second and fourth Thursday, at Odd Fellows' Hall. Visiting members cordially invited. ap22 CUSTER RELIEF CORPS NO. 15, Meets every first and third Tuesday at Masonic Hall. isiting members cordially invited. ap22 HENRY HEIDENREICH CARPENTER AND BUILDER CARSON CITY, NEV Estimates F arnished on All Kinds of Work. Contracts Bid On. Official Count of State Fnnds. State of Nevada, ) ss. County of Ormsby.) William Woodburn Eugene Howell being duly sworn, severally say they are members of the Board of Ex aminers of the State of Nevada; that on Vhe 25th day of November, 1901, they after having ascertained from the books of the State Controller the amount of money which should be in the Treasury) made an official examination and count ot the money in the State Treasury of Nevada, and found the same correct as follows: Coin $143,225.67 Paid Coin Vouchers not returned to Controller 16.923.35 Does not depend on the start but on th finish. It's staving power which carries many a runner to victory. It's like that in business. Many a man starts off in the race for business success with a burst of speed which seems to assure victory. Presently be begins to falter and at last he falls and fails. The causa? Generally " stomach trouble.'' No man is stronger than his stomach. Business haste leads to careless' and irregular eat , ing. The stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition become diseased. The body is inadequately nourished and so grows weak. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It strengthens the stomach and so strength ens the whole body which depends on the stomach for the nourishment from which strength is made. There is no alcohol in " Golden Medical Discovery," and it is entirely free from opium, cocaine and all other narcotics. Accept no substitute for the " Discov ery." There is no medicine "just as good" for diseases of the stomach and allied organs. "Your 'Golden Medical Discovery' baa per formed a wonderful cure," writes Mr. M. H. House, of Charleston. Franklin Co.. Ark. "I had the worst case of dyspepsia, the doctors say, that they ever saw. After trying seven doctors and everything; I could hear of. with no benefit, I tried Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery, and now I am cared." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the First Ju dicial District of the State of Ne vada, in and for Ormsby County. In the matter of the estate of Sarah Millard, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under signed was on the 28th day of July, 1900, duly appointed and qualified by the District Court of the First Judi cial District of the State of Nevada, in and for Ormsby County, as admin istrator of the estate of Sarah Mil lard, deceased, late of said county. All creditors having claims against said etate are required to file the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court, within three months of the first publication of this notice. Dated August 21, 1901. JOHN A. WALL, Administrator. F. M. Huffaker and E 1. T. Dupuis, attorneys for estate. Condensed Telegrams; Maurice Barry, the actor,; is dying in New York. , ." : Carrie Nation's husband secured a divorce Wednesday. , . Senator Lodge will introduce the Chinese Exclusion bill. ! .... - - ,? ... President Roosevelt's message will be made public next Tuesday. Admiral Schley was tendered an ovation in Philadelphia Tuesday. Lord Kitchener has applied for a number of additional staff officers. The government forces under Gener al Albon were successful in their bat tle before Colon. The striking switchmen at Pittsburg are stil standing firm In their demand for a raise in wages. The Colombian government has is sued a decree declaring that diplomatic relations with Venezuela have ceased. George M. Pullman, who was recent ly married in this city, died in San Mateo, California Wednesday. Twenty-eight deaths have occurred . , . . ... . . to date as a result ot the boiler ex plosion at Detroit. News has reached Denver of the suicide of Judge M. A. Rogers, form erly of the Supreme Court, of Co'cr- ado. ind one of the ablest lawyers in the State, at Steamboat Springs, Colo rado, last Wednesday. The mannc of the suicide was unique. Judge Rog ers !ay down on the ground with a stick of dynamite under him and light ing a cigar fired the fuse from it ar.d calmly smoked until the shock of the explosion ended his life. Total ?1G0,H9.02 State School Fund Securities Irredeemable Nevada State School Bonds $3S0,000.00 Nevada State Bonds- 253,100.00 United States Bonds 820,000.00 lotal 51,613,249.02 Win Woodburu Eugene Howsll. Subscribed and sworn to before me, 4b is 25th day of November, A. D, 1901 seal J. Diane, Notary Public Ormsby County, N'vada, NOTICHi At the regular meeting of the State Board of Examiners held June 7th, 11898 the following resolution was adopted: Resolved. That the Board ot Exam iners shall met od the third day of every month, for the purpose of allowing olaims against the State, and all claims not in the office of the Secretary of State on or before the third day in each month shall not be considered or allowed by the board until the next meeting which will be on the third Tuesday of each month Reixhold Sadler Eugene Howell W. D. Jones. Board of Examiners, attest: ARraua Morrif Clerk. Carson City, Nevada, June 7, 1898. SICK HEADACHE. he curse of overworked womankind, are quickly 1 BurHiy cureu oy mti b i rover kooc Tea. IDS i 0100c puriner aea tissue bunder. Honor ve ed if not aeXiai&rtory. Price .T t. mod Wes PROFESSIONAL CARDS J. R. JUDGE ' Attorney at Law Office in Capitol Building, Carson Nevada. WM. WOODBURN Attorney at Law. Office No. Lh of Capitol B'lding, Carson, Nevada. SUBSET tarn T. R. HOFER, Agent For Fire, Life and Accident Policies Office - North Capitol Building, Carson, Nevada. didt Criterion A. LIVINGSTON Proprietor. ortor and Dealer in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WHNTEfc . LIOTJORS. CIGARS i A B 1 111 v tap eauiiM Present In order to further introduce ELlSTiC STAUCJ! (Hat 1, :n Brand;, the manufacturers, J. C. Hubingcr Bros. Co., ot Keokuk, Io' have decided to HVE AWAY a beautiful present with each package of starch lold. These presents are in tae form cf ' W K Vfl Si n. an H f. They are 13x15 inches n size, and ars entitled as follows r 4k $ Lilacs and Pansies. Pansies and Marguerites. REQUIRES NO COOKINS Ml KJXES COLLARS AMD CUFFS STiFF AH) NICE I oNi muko or this stapch will no Of fvNY OlHtB STARCH. D C.rfijBHiGESl RRQ?C9 Set' jtA mm Wiid American Poppies- Lilacs and Iris. These rare pictures, four in numbt" by the nowned pastel artst, R. LeRoy, of New York, have been chosen from tne very choicest sub'ecti in his studio and are now offered for the first time to the public. The pictures are accurately reproduced in all the colors used in the crig1 inals, and are pronounced by competent critics, works of art. Pastel pictures are the correct thing for the home, nothing surpassing them in beauty, richness of color and artistic merit. One of these pictures FpM B a m will be given away laH 1 &3k Cwl1r ZV9 Brs with each package of lm I Ssl V fcXi 1 I purchased of your grocer. It is the best laundry starch on the market, and is sold for i- .ents a package. Ask you" grocer for this starch rr-A get . beautiful r , ,ture. f ALL 6R6CERS KEEP EUSTI0 SKRC.:. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE iHMMiMmKwawimi(miiiiint) ALFRED CHARTZ Attorney at Law, Office - Bank Building Carson City Nev. N. SODERBERG, Attorney at Law. Office - North of Capitol Carson City, Nev. One of the most magnificent trains ever built. For 1901- 1902 tri-weely via Coast Line and Sunset Route for BIGOT ORLEANS and HT23OT YORK Leave San Fraacisco 4:50 p. m. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Leave Los Angeles 8:30 p. M. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays Arrive New Orleans 7:20 P. M. Thursdays, Saturdays, Mondays Among the world's noted High ways of Travel not one equals the route of this train. Get the little book, "Wayside Notes, "from any agent of the Southern Pacific Initial trip of Sunset Limited Friday, Dec. 6, from San Francisco CHICAGO in less than Three Days From San Francisco 10 A. M. CHICAGO, UNION PACAFIC & NORTHWESTERN LINE. rjOUBLE Drawing - Room U Sleeping Cars, Buffett. Smoking and Library Cars with barber. Dining Cars meals a la cart. Daily Tour ist Car Service and personally conducted Excursions every week from San Francisco at 6 p. m. The best of everything R. R. RITCHIE, General Agent Pacific Coast, 617 Market St. Palace Hotel. San Francisco. Cal. or S. P. Company's Agent. "UNION" Mining Hoists E. T. DUPUIS, Attorney at Law. Office Over B. & E. Bank. Carson City, Nevada. Dr. McCoy CHAPPELL Dentist. Office - - Rinckle Building, Carson City, Nev. JAMES G SWEENEY, Attorney a Law Office in County Building, Carson City, Nevada. GEORGIA J. JOHNSON, Attorney at Law, Carson City, Nevada. J. D.TORREYSON, Attorney at Law. Office - King Street. Carson, City, Nevada. Above illustrates the double cylinder, sinp.i. drum, 12 . Horse Power "UNION" Hoist, flitted to run on Gasol -a Naphtha or Distillate. THOUSANDS in Actual use in sizes from 2 h. p- to 50 h. p Send for Catalogue stating Requirements Union Gas Engine Co. 251 Fust Street, San Francisco, Cal. ARLINGTON HOTEL Hill & Webber, Props. The leading hotel of Carson. First-class service in every particular. Sample rooms for traveling men andaccommodations for home and transient customers. The Best of Wmes and Liquors at the Bar Domestic and Imported Cigars at the Cauutei Terms reasonable. Kates by the day week or month. -NEVADA MINItyL PAINT TE THE MINT Carson, - - Nevada NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the First Ju dicial District of the State of Ne vada, in and for Ormsby County. In the matter of the estate of Thomas Millard, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under signed was on the 28th day of July, 1900, duly appointed and qualified by the District Court of the First Judi cial District of the State of Nevada, in and for Ormsby County, as admin istrator of the estate of Thomas Mil lard, deceased, late of said county. All creditors having claims against said etate are required to file the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court, within three months of the first publication of this notice. Dated August 21, 1901. JOHN A. WALL, Administrator. F. M. Huffaker and Ed. T. Dupuis, attorneys fr estate. 1 JIT . 1 his Pamt is rnaae of pure mineral iound in the best Linseed Oil, and is remarkable for its high polish and lasting qualities IT IS FIREPROOF 7 . Atjis manufactured in many colors and is the best paint for houses-inside or out, barns, fences, wagon or machinery It leads all others becan it is just as beautiful and mudi better and cheaper than ord.tMiiy raint. It is FURNISHED MIXED and ready for use, in barrels or bythe gallon, at teas titan, the price asked for ordinary paint. Nevada Mineral Paint Co. Carson, Nev.