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THE JEW DULY APPEAL
( AlWOXi MON'DAYj t i t i sSEPT. 16
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
oltMSDY HOUSE B. H. MKDKB A SON PBOPR1ETOBS.
ieo G BeiTV
V. F Bean
A J Lockwood
S H Marlrtte
lbn MrKenny
: W Robinson
K Smith son Ned Chnpen
Frank WhetlerW H Hill
John Hanson A W I'rav
C W Kendall N J Burton
C H Ordway tins Miller
E H Tharp.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL GEO. TcrLT PROPRIETOR.
K L HiRijins
' B Hoffman
J 11 Coulter
W Eadwards
I Kruder
W Bradford
V S Omdorffi i W Onidorff
wife C Cavaniugh
J! Weeks H 0 Watkius
i A James&wife li M Wicks
T lialikhead.
C F Miller E Barton
1. M Bnel .1 N Parsons
iS Thompson K H Erkson
Z Brom J C Latta
W 8 ArmstronsW T Green
M S Hecban 4 Catnner
V Ponies
F Harkness
A B BeardslvJ
M Donellv
XEIV CARRIER.
Albert Mills is no longer the carrier of
i be Appeal, he having found employ
ment elsewhere. James T. Moor will
temporarily act in that capacity; and as
be is somewhat inexperienced here and
is therefore liable to make some mistakes
at first, we hope our friends will be pa
tient and considerate and not fail to in
form us of any failures in receiving the
paper.
DEAD DRtXK.
In our rambles about town on Satur
day night we found many tired gentle
men, who, having fouqht valiantly all
through the long battle of Jones and Xye,
standing for five long hours in the front
of the barl, and shooting indistinct
words, mixed with poor liquor, at an im
jiginary enemy, they had at last fallen
overed all over with wounds. Some
had fallen near the field of battle, others
had wandered away and fallen bv the way
side ; some had chosen a box as a last
resting place, while others had become
too weak to exercise a thought or have
hoice, and slept where they fell. Their
breath revealed where they had been
wounded, but we could not tell by the
smell whether it wis a Jones or a Nye
weapon. Their indistinct niutterings "of
coin, led ns to believe that they sought
this engagement in exchange for what
they had so lately received. But these
men will live to light another battle in
November, and will fight on the same
line, and for a solid or liquid considera
tion. Ssuen worthless specimens are the
barnacles that stick to both parties the
leeches that exchange their votes for coin
or whisky, and usually both. Let their
eternal sleep be soon.
PRIMARY ELECTION.
On Saturday th? Republican party of
this county held its primary election to
elect delegates to the State and County
Conventions. Two tickets were in the
field, one denominated the Nye, and the
other the Jones ticket. In this precinct
the polls opened at 1 o'clock and closed
at 6 ,'p. m, Soon after the polls
openad it was manifest that the
party had been tampered with, that every
body was not voting the Nye ticket, in
fact nearly every body was voting the
Jones ticket. The battle was very hot;
in that great American political battle of
jaw bone and lip, and every inch of soil
was fought over. Men who had lived for
years on the bounty of Nye were howling
for Jones, and men who had lost money
in stocks were voting against Jones, as
the cause of their misfortunes; many
were salubrious, exceedingly so; but all
passed quietly, no ugly quarrels or fights
to record, ami if this vote is the true sen
timent of brains, and not coin, Jones is
a very popular man, to beat Xye in his
own county. There were 355 votes polled
of which Jones hail a majority of 61.
The following are the full returns from
the Car.on and Empue precincts, com
prising the whole county. And the num
ber of votes each delegate received :
Carson Precinct.
Delegates to the Republican Coitnty Convention
Xye Ticket. Jones Ticket.
BF Foster 144 E R Elrod 20i
1 W Haynie.
Jacob Shyer
John Kersev
Johu Sutherland.
Walk ke Riveb. We had the pleasure
of meeting Mr. Bowen of Antelope Val
ley, West Walker river, on Saturday last.
Mr. Bowen is one of the first settlers on
the river. We visited his place in 1864,
and at that time he had a good ranch
and a pleasant home. He tells us that
he has now the finest ranch on the river;
both gram and stock which lies about
three miles below Lattle Antelope V alley,
We are informed that the whole country
i-i looking fine and yielding splendid
'rops of hay, barley and vegetables. Be
sides, this is a great region for stock there
being an immense range of luxurient feed
We expect some day a railroad will run
fr.m Carson through that country to the
mines oi me aoutn.
Thaxks. The Beer Bros., Grocers and
Butchers of Empire City, have laid upon
our table a package of their celebrated
brand of mixed tea. This house is doing
a splendid ousiness, ana making the pur
chase and sale, of their celebrated brand
..f tea a specialty, and is prepared to sell
it lower than any house in the country.
Let lovers of that Oriental plant, who de
sire the genuine article, call and buy
ace, and they will be sure and come
again. Gentlemen accept our thanks.
That article on trial, was found to be a
genuine luxuty.
Take Waesing. The individual, or
individuals, who have been taking the
New Appeal, from the Ormsby House reg
ularly for the last few days before the
proprietors have had time to read it, had
lietter go slow. Gibson and Meder are
b th ugly men to fool with and if that
purloining propensity is indulged in too
freely, look out for a black eye. a big
neau, anu a lew oays in jail, if those
gentlemen wish the paper they can get it,
by applying to this office, or our carrier,
and putting up the coin. A word to the
wise is sumcient.
...144 J J Linn 205
...144 Wm Putnam 2:3
. . .142 C C Atherton 205
.144 James Robinson 2114
J A Lovejoy 2(14
H J Dunning W
M Parker 2o4
Jat'ob Tobriner 2i4
George L Uibsou 2o4
Oeerxe Oillson Sua
W F.lliott 204
J M Bentun 24
L S Greenlaw 2a
J Powers 203
(i W Bryant 142
tteorjre Hood 14:1
John P Meder 141
O P Willis 14;!
Mervel Parker 14:1
A B Driesbarh 141
George Tyrell 142
Lewis Doron 144
C W Friend 141
H L Emmons 141
Delegates to the Republican State Convention.
A Helm )47
T 1) Edwards 147
James Irastr 147
C right 147
Empire Precinct.
Following is a list of the county and
State delegates elected, without opposi
tion, in Empire. Eiich of these received
an average of 75 votes, or thereabouts:
For Delegates to the Couni 'g Conventual.
Fred. Stadtmuller, Adam Welter, J. A.
Hoover, Dan. Haugh, John Kichey, H.
Goodwin.
For Delegates to tin State Convention.
D. B. Lyman, John Hanson.
The vote this year was much smaller
than in 1870, when Carson City precinct
polled 463 votes, of which the Tritle del
egates had an avaraire of 234, and the
Batterman 221 votes.
In Empire precinct, same year, the
Trittle delegates received 73 votes (Ly
man and Hanson) to 34 for Hamilton
and Sabin, the Batterman delegates.
Go and see Tobkinkb. Everybody in
this part of the country knows Jacob
Torbriner and his grocery store. The
boys call him "Jakev," for short. His
stock is always complete, of the very best
class and quality of goods in his line.
In fact he has from a bunch of matches
to a barrel of old Bourbon. Being ac
quainted with all the celebrated ranch
men in all parts of the country, from
Greeley down, he has superior advant
ages in purchasing, and keeps constantly
on nana the very best of ranch butter,
fresh eggs and vegetables. Understand
ing the H. G. process of planting and
raising all such vegetables as beets, car
rots, onions, potatoes, etc., he knows a
good article when he sees it. and always
keeps the best for sale. Ladies calling
will please trade with the clerks, until
his wife returns from the East. ,
SARSFIELD GUARD EXCURSION'.
At about 10 o'clock yesterday morning
the excursion train of the Sarsfield
Guard, accompanied by about one thou
sand persons, men, women and children,
and the National Guard band, arrived in
town. This train consisted of twelve
flats and two passenger coaches, under
the control of Conductor Harry Shrieves,
on their way to the mansion and grounds
of Mrs. Bowers, of Washoe Valley,
where the target shooting was to take
place. On approaching town the Nation
al band struck up a lively air, and as the
train came to a halt, the greeting was
warm and pleasant from the many who
came to see them pass on; and a few mo
ments before six returned on their home
trip. We learned that they had a most
delightful trip and pleasant time; not
one accident occurring thus far. The
first prize, a magnificent gold watch, pre
sented by Hon. J. P. Jones, was won by
private George Gubbins. This excursion
was a splendid success and we may look
for many more over the railroad to
Washoe Valley, among sparkling brooks
and shady dells of the Sierras.
Is lows. Ldst week we noted sev
eral distinguished arrivsls in town.
Among whom, were J. P. Jones, C. W.
Kendall, D. H. Brown, and A. J. Lock-
wood. And Messrs. John Hereford of
Virginia, Putman of the Enterprise, IT. S.
commissioner Robinson of Gold Hill,
Benj. Edson of Genoa, L. M. Buel,
Clerk of Alpine Co. Cal., and many oth
ers. Carson is the only place in the
State, where people can go, and sit under
the shade of large, hue trees, pick flow
ers, and eat fruit, of native production.
Therefore they will come, and we don't
blame them. We know how it is our
selves. Dbcsk at the Polls. We noticed
more drunken men at the polls on Satur
day than usual for Carson. Many promi
nent men were gloriously drank, and had
a stranger come along that day, he would
have thought the Democrats were holding
high carnival. But we take it all back
their crowd was supposed to be all Re
publicans. The tables are turned, and if
there is any difference, charge it to our I
account.
Railroad Flume. That flume noticed
a few days ago, being built belowCarson
street, is nearly completed. It is a sub
stantial work, some six feet by ten in
size, of heavy timber and looks as if it
would stand the presure of ten thousand
tons and List for many years. The Rail
road Company is pushing this work with
all the dispatch possible and will soon
have everything ready for business.
MAISHB GREAT ACCTION SALE.
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
Saturday Morning
Saturday Morning
Saturday Horning
SEPT.
SEPT.
SEPT.
4,
14,
14,
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O'CLOCK,
O'CLOCK,
O'CLOCK,
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
CLOTHING! CLOTHING!
J. ROSENSTOCK'S
HI! HIT (LOTTO STOCK
COUNTY BUIIDMB,
CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY
1AM XOW OPKMXO AU COV
Btautly receiving "lie aaaortmeiil oi
MEN AND BOYS'
Fall and Winter llolliiii
VD1IESS AND m'MXEss RflTH
IN THK NEWEST HTVI.K.-V
WILL COMMENCE
WILL COMMENCE
WILL COMMENCE
THE
THE
THE
GREAT
GREAT
GREAT
AUCTION'
AUCTION"
AUCTION
RALE
MALE
MALE
OF THE
or THE
OF THS
FINEST AXD MONT VARIED STOCK
FINEST AXD MOST VARIED STOCK
FINEST AXD MOST VARIED STOCK
OF
OF
OF
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS!
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS!
STAPLE & FANCY GOODS!
EVER OFFERED IN THE STATE.
KVEH OFFERED IN THE HTATE.
EVER OFFERED IN THE STATE.
F. C. Faein-otos ("Chandleb"). The
Kiiterpnse of yesterday notices the arrival
in Virginia, of the above named gentle
man from Oriental travels. It will be
remembered, he went to Japan with
minister DeLong some years ago, from
wnence ne nas aiiiteu over China, Japan,
Paris, London, and many Eastern coun
tries. He returns to reside in Nevada
his nrst love. Chandler's letters from
Japan have been read by most every one
on this coast, and as a correspondent he
is interesting, pungent and spicy.
Geant & Wilson Clu. The meeting
theater on last Saturday night was post
poned to meet at the Club room next Sat
urday night, at the usual hoar. We
make this announcement as many may
oi Knott me time ana place ol meeting. ,
Peesoxal. We had the pleasure of
meeting S. M. Buel, County Clerk of
Alpine county, California, on yesterday,
and congratulated him on looking as
pretty as ever. The high altitude of Sil
ver Mountain seems to atrree with him.
and the water of that recion is so fine
that whisky is harmless. ilr. Buel is a
true Republican; has a war record that
any may well be proud of. He informs
us that Alpine county is sure for Grant
and Wilson by a majority equal to nine
tenths of all its votes. Mr. Buel is on
business and will return to the moun
tains in a few days. He has our best
wishes.
1". S. Bbanch Mint Rkpobt. The to
tal amount of mixed bullion, gold and
silver, received at the Carson Mint yes
terday, was 23,808 ounces; sent to the
Mint from the Belcher and Crown Point
mines for refining and assay.
Arrested. A man by name of Stew
art, a desperado, that killed a man last
year at Lake Tahoe, become beastly
drunk on the day of the primaries ; grew
lunous ana ngiy, ana was taken off to
jail for safe keeping.
Don't Foboft. That the auction sale
of C. H. Maish will continue day and
evening tintil his immense stock is all
sold off. These goods must be sold, and
with a little coin yon can buy yourself I
ncn.
JJE.UEMBERt THESE GOODS ARE
no am Hon goods, but the liiietit in the mar.
ket, J all in perfect order.
CONSISTING OP
roXsIsTINt OF
I'ONSISTINU OF
(l.lil
i luTiir ini'mr aiK'tition to my stuck ill
and roiniuclc)
BOYS' SUITS.
They are PRETTY, rHKAP ami M UM II
I liavc nlco a ilcutliil aKWiiimciit nf
HATS AND CAPS " very UM 1 .),,. n,
FURNISHING COODS,
ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY
Tranka, of all Nlaes, Mattraaara, IW
dinir, Klc
VT have tlli It tick of CIOAHH. of ,.t ;
known braiiil. to lie foiiml In Ike Mate, alio In
vit the attclitlou of cotmnrmm thereto.
!'' JOSEPH ROHENsTiM fc.
KOPPEL &
ll'K HAVE JIST
PLATT.
RECEIVED
lartie atitily of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
OF
ALL THE LATEST STYLES
And have alau on band
Fli Reavnr Sulfa, f'aahmcrv Kuli
Broadcloth Sulfa, Nala, M,
Tlra, vie, rte..
Anil a Untf ailly of BAY TOT!IIX. t,i. h
we out r tor (talc at the very lowtt rat.
t'AI.l. AND SEE.
'union City. Kept. , K7. j.ti
OLCOVICH BROS.,
rEAI.KRH IN
DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE,
ETC., ETC
milELATKNT AXD RRMT fTl I.I
X aud I'attcma of tUcw aiak-a ..i,
Land.
I'lnif of IniaiiKua t 'oriM p nf caIimiv
FOUCTH WimU. famotM'ltr.
i cmia i '.hm. ami rti to wilt thrtiiiH
at; I
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OUHIVUVH IIHl.
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OCCIDENTAL
LIVERY STABLE
Canon Street,
CAKSOX CITY, NEVADA
rpHIS OLD ESTA BUSHED AXD
M. widely known Stable ha been lately reno.
vated, the old stock culled out and replaced with
nne young noraea.
Carriaecti of all descriptions on hand AT MOD
ERATE CHARGE.
Homea boarded by the DAY or WEEK on the
KOWEST POSSIBLE TEKMS.
X. B. We attend atrictlv to our own bnaineaa.
l-tf WINNIE k DAVID.
New Impeovemknts. In our rambles
about town, we notice every where, ac
tivity in building, improving, repairing
and beautifying. Carson is acknowledged
by every one, to be the most beautiful
town in the State for a residence, aud
families have been moving in, and popu
lation accumulating until there is no va
cant house, or empty room in town. Of
late many new houses have been, and are
being built. eter Cavanaugh has built
two uweiungs, and will build more. Dr.
True is building, Geo. T. Davis, and oth
ers. Many are talking of building yet this
lull, as a gooa investment.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
IOIIX WCTIIEniiAXD,
NORTH CAESON ST. (between PROCTOR
and TWELFTH.)
.100 Pair of Corarfa Aaaortvtl.
473 Kklrfa, White.
SUO Kklrta, Printed.
lOO Larr Collara.
lOO Lart Toilet Mala.
lOO Crochet Tltllra.
:tOO Cienta' I ndrrahlrta.
441 Dosen Hamlkerrhlela Aaanrfeat.
300 Pair of rhlldrraa' Wool Korku.
IOO Pair of Chlldrraa' Glovra.
:iOO Pair of Ladira' Kid blovra.
100 Ualmoral Kklrta.
30 Brd Cover, Ilarwlllpa,
IOO Dozen Napklna, Aaaortrd.
X. Ladiea' Wool Juckef a.
M5 Kcarfaand Ties, Silk.
IO Doira Hat Backa.
10 Dozen Paper holder.
IO Dozen Puraea, Ladiea.
SO Dozen Doila and Head.
ALSO:
A LSI I:
ALSO:
Muaic and Mualral Instrument.
Banjo, Uultara, Fife, Ir'lutra and
Drama.
Plcoloa, Arcordeona and Conrertlnaa.
fatatlonery.
Maalc Portfolio, Muaic Books.
Fancy Work Boxea.
Albuina and Notion.
Picture and Picture Frame.
Fan, Far Collar and Cuff.
Children' laderwear.
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That's Bcsinbss. The Crown Point
mine has passed its dividend again this
month. The Savage levied an assess
ment of $10 per share, and will require
another of the same amount to cet out of
debt. Jones has carried all the primaries
for United States Senator, and everything
is lovely.
Jcstcc. Copbt. B. K. Parkinson pre
siding. State vs. Chus. Harris. De
fendant charged with commiting an as
sault on the neroon ol Nicholas Pera-
sieh. Case tied by a Jury and defendant
cqoiiiea.
GENTLEMEN'S
order in the
LATEST STYLE AND MOST WORKMANLIKE
MANNER.
COAT.MNTAUHM AND VEST PATTERNS
of the choicest varietie constantly on hand.
Hl-tf
ALL OF WHICH MrRT DE SOLD
ALL OF WHICH Ml'HT HE SOLD
ALL OF WHICH Ml'ST BE SOLD
TO THE H Kill EST KIDDER!
TU Trie. HIUHKST HIIUlKIt!
TO THE HKiHLST KIDDEH!
SAZERAC RESTAURANT!
AND
IX)DGINO IIOCME,
Corner vt Praetor and Canon Street.
WALKER ft JOHNSON PROPRIETORS
THIS IS THK "MOST COMPLETE
and commodious
CHOP HOUSE
in Carson City; and it kitchen ia prodded over
by the bmt cooka in the State.
ELEGANT ACC0MM00ATI0NS FOR FAMILIES.
WSuperior Lodjrinu amuujementa have lately
been added to this establishment.
THE AUCTION WILL CONTINUE
THE AUCTION WILL CONTINUE
THE AUCTION WILL CONTINUE
DAY
DAY
DAY
AND
AND
AND
EVEN I NC
EVENINC
EVENING
UNTIL AIX THE GOODS ARE SOLD.
UNTIL ALL THE OOODH ARE SOLD.
UNTIL ALL THE GOODS ARE SOLD.
EUIAH WaLKES.
I-tf
vi. it. Ionian,
Call and examine the mod,
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. at moorc a parker s hall.
Where the goods will be aol.l.
13-U C. H. .MAISH, Vurt'r.
1 EVTl.EMEN DKNIRING HI. KG A XT
apartment can be aeeomnxalatiil l.y applr
iny at this otUce iuuucdiately. l-tf'
Music M a rkcl
COIIN'Kltor CARMIX AMI rWMTIW H1UI 1 1,
CARSON CITT, NEVADA
Mat. Rinckle, - Proprietor
4 T THW MtHKKT CN lUWtla
A e ionnd the. vry btt qnality ot
Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal.
I pun-haw and alaiuthter mvowneattu m i
will have none but the law! uiialll. )l
torn r ran have whntever tlo y orl. r ib lixef. I
at their homu iniiiH'tliately aftair purehaia-,
- t iuiuu tuy own ouaim.
I tf MAT lUNCKUT..
City .Heat Markrl
Kins; Street,
CARSON CITT, NEVADA
rjinE CnOKEMT ClI'M OK HtlM
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, etc..
Canalwavahe had at (hla market: aUi, HI 1 1
1 RlnK (HiltNED li KEF for family uae.
By careful attention to ItuaiiieaN and aMitit.t
I delivery of all onlera. when tltnlnil. the timU r.
aiirned. proprietor of the City Miwt Miki
hopna to Ha nt aliare of patMnaire.
i-u juh.m p. Muiri:.
TAKE WARNINO.
THE V. rSl T. R. K. COMPANY A UK
anxiona to take due precaution aicamt a,, i.
uenta and Itaat ff urn reattlttntf from rtiuoitte of
their train.: and they take t Ida method ot warn.
Inn parenta and tnianllana aualiaat the uainn r.
att'iidiiiK the tMi oomnK4i IvnM'tlen of rloior.ii
nlayliut alamt theirra and laonMff Ive. 1 imm
h.vliiK in rhanm the hn.ln.iM of the Cotnrii
find It Impnaaihla Ut I K.CAHr laiva. !,.. ir...
quent tha termini and utoptilin; plana nf tit. m.f
Irom rllnibitut ntau the ear and euirlHea i .....
they will feel thoinaelve oldiaed to tml t.
mom decided aMaumn If theae annovanen
conlinnrd. Ree'ut aivLienta, hi. h are hM
awTllmble to the rareleaaueaa ia! aauaa tuiniiltiv
ou and oft the earn h. n In motlou, alioul.! I.
waminu .liwub in tin tun Ivea.
B. M. I EltlNfJTOX. fciip t .

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