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f'AMONi FRIDAY , SEPT. IS MIXING STOCK REPORT. (XYKKUia QCOTATIOM.) H .ported daily, specially for the New Apbeal, by Ricb k Petkbh, Stock Broken, in Wells, Fargo Cos office, Canton. 1 Raym-dJtEly...lfiO, 171, 171 b3. .195 Eureka Con ....20X. 20 H b, 21, 30H 0. MM Phoenix 4S,) MO. 515 Pioche 23 e, 24, 23H , 231;, 2J b30, 24 3, M 30. 175 W'tonfcOreole..,!. S40 Lillian HaU ...90 eta. Alps 53,5,4'.. 150 Ingomar 1 Ji. 100 Ivanhoe JiH. 38 Pea Vine 90 cU. 550 Chapmon 1,1. l'A, l. 3110 H k Hunt .bi m. Jf Bowery 2. 70 Adams Hill. ...2, IVi. !KO PaB 2,24,2',. o Condor 2 S. 2, 2 ba. ao Mar Con 65 cts, 75 eta. MO Chief Hill 9, 9 br 8i, 9 blO. 400 Mc'in Bird 2i b30, 2. 440 Newark 5)4, 5Ji, 6, 6 b30, Sfi. 4O0 Louise 95 cts, 90 eta. 10 Kureka 14. 70 Cedarberg 8, 7S. 150 Ida Ellmore ... 14, 14 V( MO, 15 MO. 150 Mahogany 10!, 10, 11', bJU, 11. 100 War Elgle V- Minnesoto 1. aeO Treasure 5)4, 5 s35. . .100 Silver Wave 1. S00 Ophir 55, 56 b30, 58, 59, 575s, 54, 67. 40 Hermerse 13, 14. 10 lisle Xork 'as .75. f.H) Heli-her 97."$, 100, 99 Vj, 101 b30. I'M Sava(!e 128, 126, 126 s3, 125., i0 Imperial 9. 8?i. 145 frown Point ...125, 12i, 125 MO, 124, 123, 122, 121. 5 OouldCnrry .167"-. "JO Beg Belcher ...71. 100 ('hollar 62 4, 62V a). 2165 Meadow VTy ...21)4, 2i, 22 b30, 22 blO, 21 blO. HOTEL ARRIVALS. riKHSBI HOCSE B. H. IfEDEB A SOS FHOPBIETOU. Mrs W H Lowells H Marlette 8 Simpson H A Thompson Wm Blackmora W 8 Bowden 1' H Clayton C A V Putnam J (i Meder H Hurion C W Keen.-y Rube Denton T Bulkhead ST. CHABXE9 HOTEL GEO. TVFLT PKOPRIETOR. I. 8 Bnwden C Sihuui WH Seaman LI Fox A G Mitrhenm CHall NEW RAILROAD TRACK. Carson is particularly interested in the doings of the V. & T. K. R. Co., for this rood is ours in a certain measure it is ours to pay for. But we won't complain; if half of it has done us so much good, financially, what may we not expect when the whole is completed? The new track through town, starting at the west above the round house, is laid east to Carson street. This track is laid along the creek, parallel and close to it, and to secure the railroad embankment from wash in hish ater, the company is laying a solid "rip rap" wall of granite on the water side. Just below Carson street the company will flume about one hundred and sixty feet of the creek at or near the locality of their contemplated new freight house, and below that a long and substantial railroad bridge will be built over the creek. A large force of laborers and me chanics are at work on all these improve ments, and we expect they will all be done by the first of October. A new freight bouse and depot is much needed and will soon be built, and the boys who have worked so long and faithfully in that old shanty, will be removed to quar ters fit for the positions they occupy, Be patient, a few days more will bring your freight in unbroken bulk and on quick time. Big teams for the Southern mines will load here and return to their desti nation. Rumor from the uuttfe says that mechanical engineers are engaged on the plans for a new and mammoth foundry and machine shop soon to be erected in Carson. We shall watch with much inter est the progress of this work, for while the company is making a fornne, we shall certainly be benefitted seine. By invitation of Superintendent Yer- ington we joined the excursion party which yesterday went to Virginia Citv. The party consisted of the following per sons: Thomas A. Scott of Pennsylvania, President of the Texas Pacific Railway Company, and the following named gen tlemen, .Directors of said corporation W. J. Walters, Baltimore; Col. Geo. Williamson, Louisiana; ex U. 8. Senator J. . Harris, Louisiana; Governor J. W Throckmorton, Texas; and John Mc- Manus, Esq., of Reading, Pa. Besides these there were the following ladies and gentlemen who are traveling companions oi me aoove: Hon. doun snerman, U. Senator from Ohio: Mr. N. H. Rinehart, sculptor, Kome, ttalv; Mr. Dodge, Mrs. Dodge and Miss Dodge from Boston; Mr. John P. Green of Philadelphia, Sec retary to Col. Scott; Mrs. John P. Green; Miss J. Walters, Baltimore; and Miss Bancroft of Wilmington, Del. The Car- somtes who joined the party were Senator Xye, Mr. Yerington and your humble servant. These ladies and gentlemen took this trip to Virginia by invitation of tne officers ot the V . & 1. K. R. and merely as a sight seeing and pleasure jaunt. The car used for the excursion was one of the regular passenger coaches in use between here and Virginia it be ing deemed inexpedient if not imprac ticable to take over the steep and wind ing road the cars in which these excur sionists came here. We cot off at 7:30 in the morning and arrived at the Virginia City station about .9:30 o'clock. Here the party were met by Mr. Ralston of the Bank of Cal ifornia, Mr. Edgington and others who had carriages in readiness to convev them to see the lions, bulls and bears which do congregate in and upon the Corns took lode. Gold Hill and its mines, hoisting worKs nna mius, were nrst visited, and rrom mere tne excursionists were con veyed back to Virginia for an inspection of such mining operations as they might desire to witness uoon that cart of th ledge. General Batterman of the Gonld and Curry and Colonel Requa of the Chollar Potosi, entertained these guests witn me generous Hospitality so charac teristic of those gentlemen ; and then, such as chose to do so, went down the Chollar shaft and were shown the under ground wonders of that famous mine. Many thoughtful attentions were be stowed upon these worthy visitors who, in their turn, were lavish of expression oi numri, ueugutanu sausiaciion. Xlie party returned here about 6 o'clock and went immediately on board their cars and lett lor Keno without delay. We are sorry to record anything in con- . : .i . i , , - uevuuu wiui uus aay s excursion that will have any tendency to mar the pleas ures which must attach to a recollection of its events ; but we should fall short of our duties as a journalist were we to omit rebuking what we cannot help regarding unwarranuiDie intrusiveness and These ladies and A WOCNDERFUL INVENTION. A Horses Head Harder than a Han's Fist. yesterday n man by name of Car rick came into Dr. Lee's office requiring a surgical operation. On examination the Dr. found two fingers broken, which he set and duly cared for. The gen tleman then informed him that in chastising ' his horse in the regular pugilistic manner, he struck him on the head witn his nst. The horse is all riirht. but it will be several days before the hand gets down to its regular work. We un derstand the gentleman lives at Dayton, and left soon after the operation for his nome. , t - State Land Office. Surveyor Gen eral Day, Register of the State Land Office, has sold in the last few days land as follows: Sept. 7th, 160 acres; on the lutn, 170, and on the 11th.. JUO,. acres. State land is selling rapidly, and soon all that is valuable' will be sold.-' Much is sold on contract, drawing . ten per cent. interest, which is a double investment,. lor tne mate not only gets good interest on sncn soies, out adds taxable property ior ouiw ana county purposes. Ckbtxpicat of Ixcobpo ration. The certificate of incorporation of the Co-operative Mining Company, to operate in htorey county, Nevada, was filed a short time since in the office of the Secretary of State object, speculating in stock, buying and selling real estate, and min ing. ' ' ' - Oath of Office Filed. Ramon de Zaldo filed his oath of office in the office ' Secretary of State on yesterday as 'missioner of Deeds of Nevada for Tain, to reside ir. San Francisco.' ' as the persistency of Mr. Sutro. gentlemen were quite as much the guests oi ine .naiiwry people as tf they had been uv mem iiivireu 10 attend a private social gaiueruig in weir poriors; and for nutro, whose enterprise is a generally recog nized rival of the Railroad and the Bunk, to seize upon these visitors and insist upon thrustina them hot and headlono- into his tunnel (where, by the way they neither went nor wanted to go) was an exhibition of bad taste and still worse manners for which we cannot imagine an excuse that, according to the rules of common curtesy, can be made at all ac ceptable. We recognize the right of an energetic, earnest man to push aside trifles m order to accomplish such im portant ends as ne may nave in view; but there is never a time when a gentleman is justified in violation the well conceived common law of conrtesey. These were not Sutro 's guests and lie hail no right io attempt uismrmng the plans whirl had been marked out for their entertain ment by those who had undertaken to give them escort. Attempted Assassination. "Jew tail or," -Cood Rebel," " Greeley man. ' were me words mat led to the event that gives us the above headincr. Cha Harris, a dry goods merchant living on Carson street, three doors below a Sla vonian nrm or fruit merchants, while standing in front of his store, became en gaged in conversation with Perasich. of the other ana. Harris accused him of writing the above words on the lioards in front of a tailor shop just above Perasich's place. Words soon became bitter and angry, they approaching each other, pos sibly for a little pugilistic exercise, when ioe, me omer partner, came up behind and struck Harris several blows on the head with a hammer, cutting the skin to the skull, and in fact was a mere accident that the blows did not kill him. Ont- sidera interfered and separated them, Nick going out of town and Harris to a drug store for medical aid. Yesterday we were shown a new inven tion that for brilliancy of conception and masterly mechanical skill eclipses the in ventive genius of all former ages. Did Watts, Newton, Fulton, Franklin and Morse now live, they would admit the insignificance of their genius, which could only extend to inanimate objects. They could control the elements of steam and electricity, and navigate the seas and calculate gravitation ; but they could not control the human mind. This inven tion is peculiar, in as much as it is an automatic omnipitauce in someresnects it has devine atributes iu connection with the most consumate human mechanical skill. We cannot describe it no more than we can tell why old Peck's devining rod will be attracted by the precious met als ; and while that astonishes the miner this confounds the world. This inven tion is called the " Hoodlum and Hum mer Indicator." The instrument is placed on the sidewalk in front of a bit saloon, or a free lunch is beeter, and the opera tor stands by watching the indicator. Upon the approach of one of these peo ple the indicator instantly swings around and points to the person with never fail ing accuracy ; at the same time stops him and puts a private mark on him for future use. It also has a numerical ar rangement for counting them to know the exact number in a town or city. This masterpiece of human and devine mecan ism is the production of one of our own citizens; a mnn who might be taken for Greeley on the streets, but it is not him, for he is only common soil, while this man is more than human, his name we suppress for the present, until his patent is secured, and for personal considera tions. The Mayor of San Francisco has offered a million dollars for one for the city, and he has kindly tendered the use of one to Carson during the next Legis lature, as an assistant to the nherift and to benefit his own home. New York City has refused to have one for fear of implicating all the city officials. Later. The inventor has astonished himself by a subsequent additional invention, to be attached to the reverse side of his cel ebrated hoodlum indicator, which indi cates the past and future acts of the individual in the most reliable manner. and is called the homo eorda erpnsillo, the grandest ot all human conceptions, and like studying infinity, we became lost in what we cannot understand. This won derful machine complete, not only indi cates the actual criminal and genuine hoodlum, but those who will become so in the future, and writes out the sins of the past as well as those to come, with the accuracy of the Recording Angel in the great book of life. We understand that Sharon and Jones have each ordered one of the newest and latest machines, with the intention of publishing each others crimes, that all may read and know. e had the misfortune to be present for a short time at its trial, and in the few that nassed we saw mnnW robbery, arson, burglary, rape, larceny, and all the lesser crimes of their nnst. and their crime siained future. It is horrible to contemplate. We understand Boss Tweed has ordered one, to show up New York City. WHO KNOWN. There seems to be a miasma of crime in the social atmosphere, and for several days past the town has been disturbed by wars and rumors of wars. The me tropolis of China has been the chief attraction of police officers, and vast crowds of onr citizens have been led by curiosity and a desire for excitement, to aid, by their presence, in quelling the disturbance. This is not confined alone to the Chinese, but extends to the proud Caucasian. The natural instincts of na tionalities adhere to them, even among other people in foreign climes. An un armed man is attacked by the bandits of the East, where assassination is consid ered honorable warfare. Who knows but what there is a malara of crime as well as of disease, and that the gods make mud whom they would destroy, we doubt not: but as metaphysicians and moralists we hope the gods will make more of them mad, for the local must have items, and these make splendid subjects. Who don't like a fight? A Card. We are requested to return to the firemen of Carson City the thanks of Bright & Simpson for the good work they did them on the day of the fire, in saving their property in tho hour of great peril, ami to say thut they will be welcome and expected to call at their place of business in person and take a drink, or several of them ; and let them remember that in the future, as in the past, we are their friends. Reopened. Bright & Simpson, burnt out a day or two since, moved into their old place again yesterday, only being out of business for two days. The place has no roof on but there is no danger of storm ami soon it wm oe as good as new. Last night it was as bright and fresh in side as ever. Who can beat that; to be burnt out and doing business again ill toe same place in less than two days. DltT GOODS AXD ClAlTBTNO. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! J. ROSENSTOCK'S (iRRlT I LOTMU; S1MK COUNTY toiuim, CARSON STREET, CARSON CUT I AM NOW OPENINO AND 1. staiill) receiving a hue assortment wl MEN AND BOYS'. Fall and Winter Cloiliin- sVUKESS AND IltTMXEtw RUTH 1.N THE NEWEST RTVLI:.Ml I invite partirnlar attention to my stock of n all aad rouiuMe) BOYS' SUITS. They are PKETTV, CHEAP and DVH.M'1 1. I have also splendid assortment of HIM mmm . . . . . .. .. imi tiuu MPS ("i iim very rliii!i! FURNISHING OOODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY Trull It a, of mil Ml sea, Nattraam, H-H-atlHir, Ktc ri have the best stock if ('Il)ARH. of . vt rv known brand, to lie found lu the Htate, atitl iij. vltr the attention of eonmniers thereto. 1-tf JonKI'H koSKNHTiK a . KOPPEL ft WE HAVE U-T large supply r PL ATT. RKCEIVKO . FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. A. B. DRIESBACH CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY JKALER IN CifcNKKAL .MKRCR AN. FLOUR AND FEED, WINES, LIQUORS. PORTER AND ALE or ALL THE LATEST STYLES And have alsu oa baud Mm Bearar Kalta. raahnsrr Mull.. Brasdt-Mh Nulla, Hats, Caps, Ties, etc.. rtc, And a lame supple of BAY CLOTH 1 Mi. ui. h we oner lur sale at tne very lowisd ralea. CALL AND ski:. 'union city, Sept. , lH7i. .tf OLCOVICH BROS., DEALKBS IN DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE, ITS., ETC milK LilTKMT AND BRNT NTVI.K and nattems uff thean .tmtiifa it..,. .... hand. I'lai-e of buntneM Tomee of riRMOV . FOI'KTH tltnvts. L'snam Citv. ay-Tcniis CAHII, and prices to suit the tliie-n l-tf oiAxtxnvH ilium. 2 w I 7 v. . n. ibie.-su of the i-ooa. Any man is friend of the poor who makes their money go the furtherest. .Foster, the Grocer, is that man: by selling the best of goods for the least money, their coin uoios oui ottter and lasts longer. His store is not the largest in town but he keeps at all times a perfect assortment of tne best of goods. Let every one rrv him and it is safe to camble that thev will not only like his groceries but they will like him. We caution ladies in recard to that last clause, oa he is a married man, and it won't do. Railroad Accident. As the ten o'clock train yesterday was going to Vir ginia, when it neared the Silver City switch, the heat had spread the rails so that seven dumps and two flats ran off the track and rolled down the embank ment. The track was tore up and the ties cut and broken for about one hun dred and fifty feet. The cars were smashed np and badly mutilated, bnt no one was injured. The ten o'clock, it will be remembered, is not a rjossenuer train. so there were none aboard but the rail road employees, and they all escaped un injured. The track is not yet fully re paired. A Cheat Battle Expected. Lost night a report spread abroad that a hun dred recruits had come in from the rail road to reinforce the beligerents in China town to clean out the Sam Sing crowd; consequently this crowd come to Sher iff Swift and wanted to get the howitzer to take into his place for effective defence. At 8 o'clock all is quiet ami both armies are lavintr on their arms waiting for the signal to begin the light. Look for more news if the buttle opens before we go to press. Hardware, Tinware CROCKERY. PLOWS, MOWERS AND REAPERS as o as III X 0 k h i i I (0 o o O 5 s f SI ! 5 5 2 ill t u a 5 w 09 H u e hi a i.owi,:it vi rt'Hi, Ea ,e HI it k v I Wall Paper, Doors and Windows, Window Class, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes, California Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement, Plasterers' Hair, Etc., Etc. T THIS MARKET CAN ALVYAYM be found tile wry bust u,uality w BOABD OF PBISO.N COMMISSIONERS. The Board of State Prison Commis sioners met yesterday and transacted their usual business. CoBBEcnoN. At the suggestion of Mr, Meder, we correct an error made in yesterday's issue. We stated that the bnck portion of the Ormsby ' House would be reroofed with tin. This will not be the case, but he will use shincles. that kind of a roof beine far superior ami uiuo uraiiwie uu un, as tie imorras us. Mr. Meder has had much experience in this kind of business and oiurht U hww. ne maice Uie correction with pleasure. . . . Auction Sale or Fanct Goods," Sta ples; Kotioms, etc. We wish to call at tention to Mr. Maish't column advertise ment in to-day's Appeal. He will, on Saturday begin a sale by auction of one of the choicest and most extensive as sortments of such L'oods that ever w.iu orougnt to uarson. We shall refer, to this mutter more at length to-morrow. Examined in Justice's Court. The Chinamen arrested for riot, and for kick ing up a general row, shooting through bnildings, and shooting the Chinawom an Foy Sing a few davs since will be ex amined before Justice Parkinson, on Tuesday next l I have aa lame a stuck of aynds as snv house in the Trade, aud am pn-pan-d tu furnish hy fllltNKB Or CARSON AHD RnTOB ami:l t, . I CARSON CITT, NEVADA Mat. Rinckle, - Proprietor A Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal. I parrhaae and rlanahter biv own cattle atvt will have none but the hesi finality. Mr eii. tiuin re ran have whatever Ibev oeikrr ih-lm r, at their houses Immediately after piuvhae. mr i nuuu m mi uuaiuuw. it 1-tf MAT. WXOKU,. . City Meat Market Wholesale and Retail Kverjr article above mentioned. 7Goods deliveted free of charge. 1-tf . A, B. DHIKSBACH. Kiajf Btrevt, . CARSON CITT, NfVASA mHis , cHoitiMT.Jt' ut ov.riu.ku 'i fl:' Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, etc.. Can always be had at this market; also, am. KIOK OOKNtD UKKr fur fauilly ss. By careful attention to haaluMs aad tmmiM deli very of all orders, when diiired. the iitid.r. aliened, proprietor of the Vlty Xluat .M.ri. l. hope, to merit sham of IMtruHaan. lira. r . ar.uc.il. 44 8AZERAC RESTAURANT ! AND IXlIJfilXO TTOfWIO, Corner of Proctor and Carson Ntroeta. WALKER k JOHNSON. ..PROPR1KTOKS THIS IS THE MOST COMPLETE and coiumodious CHOP HOUSE in Carson City: and IU aiU hen is presided over by the best cook iu the State. ElEBANT ACCOMMODATIONS TON FAMILIES. aysniniior Lndirinff arrauovmenta have latelv been added to thia esUtdisluDeUt. ELIJAH WALKI3. 1-tf WH. II. JOHNSON. TAKE WARMIMQ. rnas v. r. a. n. cimpAtvr ark A auxjous Ui lake due precaution aamsl an. dents and tow of life rnaultlnu fnnn ruiiiiiuit ir their trsina ; sad they take thia Method 1 warn Inn paruata aud mardlana auvlttst I Vt riasirei . attruiitaK the toe eommim prattle r l hll.lr.il playing about tbaircamaud loeottnMiv.. Tin haviuK In rharm the bunlni-sa of tb. Cahjian. nnd II impossible to raasUAUK bo)a, who Is. qik'nt the tenuinl and atopplrut plaeeaof !) eoa.1 rrain elinibiun upon the oars and raw aim t aad they will feel themselves ublbied to reaurt ta mors ilecided nieaannai if these anno) a me ai. coutlnaed. ltaceut aediUiita, wbl h an belie asrribable to the ran as aT p-rson. jumpibii on and on the earn wben In metlou, stiwiiu U warning enough In themselves. f H. M. VUtlNOTOX, ul.