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THE SEW DAILY APPEAL CAKSOXi WEDNESDAY l I iSEPT. 18 MIMXG STOCK REPORT. (EVENISO QUOTATIORS.) Reported daily, specially for the New Appear Dy kick k rprris&s, stocK Brokers, in wells, Fargo a Cos office. Carson. WOilNINd BHPOKT. 390 Ophir...., 8, 67, CTfe. 69. 40 Gould Curry .170, 17U sll), 171. 172, 172. lt5 Savage 11:1. 11. 118 bJO, UX) Chollir 4, B , 64. 30 Hale & Norc'fss.lti. 77. 115 Crown Point ...132, IB, 11254. !" Yellow Jacket .MS, 109. luSJi. 1H0 Imperial ?i.8'4. 141) KmpiK 8M. 280 Alpha 41, 42. 50 B Jk Bt-lehur....6. 15 Kenruck. . ... . .250, 25S b30, 2JO Belcher 105, 104. f au Con Virginia. ..42, 4J. 44, 43. 47, 46. 140 Sierra Nevada . 17 17 i, 17D30. SO Sep Belcher 87 Jj. 30 Exchequer ...:.1. ' 20 Overman 65, IHH. 100 Julia 5. 615 Calidonia 33, 3fi. 36M. 3rinickexbocker .6!, 8, 6 bo, 6 375 Balfe Am'n ... 2 ij, .!,. 100 Central 9. 35 Silver Hill ....7. 675 Senator i'4,1. 150 Eclipse 8. 350 Woodville 3H- EVENING REPOfiT. 1240 Meadow Vl'y ...24H. 24 '4 si, 2454, 24", b5. 24, K O W, 25 O H), M', 00. 95 RaynTdi:Eiv...l74, 175, 174, 50 Eureka Con 21, 21 b I, 245 Pioche 23, 23 J, 24 b30, 23 ! . 23 s30. 100 Phoenix 4. 270 W'ton tCreole..4 54. 5 M, 454, 4'j. 280 Alps t'i. i'i, 1)4. 525 Ps;e 3 ,.:!,. 445'laj! t 17, 175a, 175i b30, Vl 4110 Belmont 8. 100 Star Con "Sc. 50 Condor 2. 600 Ingomar 1 2, 2 M0. 315 Pioche West .. .:!', 3:, 8;, b3, 20 Pea Vine 100c. 200 Chapman IV 800 H U Hunt .5, 55 b30, 5S., 5'i b30. Hh) Bowerv lfi, 14. 1370 Chief Hill 12 14, 1H- 12, 13, 12 l.i0 Newark 4'4, 4 54, 4,43 4s,. 2u Mc'ing Bird.... 2. 2o0 Louise 70c. 75c. 250 Arkansas 5, 4 'i, 4Vi. asn C E Eensicn..3 70 Noonday 25. 500 Enipin- 3. 40 Mahogany 9 "4, 9.' SO Bellrvue 3. 350 Ida Ellir.ore ... 15. 45 x Chariott 10. 70 O-m Tr.asure..5. 25 Minnesota 50c. 120 Cali-douia 35, 35 b00, 36 '4 b30, 35 1 b30. 201) Pio'e Phu'I...5l.i. 5. 84 Hale Nori' ss .80, 794, 78. 81 1015 Ctin Virginia . .60, 61, GO1, 60-slO, 69, f.2M b.iO, 61, 59 4. 45 Chollar 66. 68 b30. HOTEL ARRIVALS. OBXSBT BOUSE B. H. VEDEB A SON PBOPR1ETOES. J W Haimfl L I. Crockett N J Burton W B Stanrtefer J M Daniel Mm Geo Treat Mrs L I. Crockett C C Davis T. CHAKUtS HOTEL GEO. TUFLT PBOPETETOH. DrMA SchlueserJ H Crandall i Hawser H B-ckr y 8 A Swanger C Pforr K Gelatt M Carabony F Pnx ior E Ferris H Goldstain H C Lepraet W Blackworo , W Ph. lps A B Driesbach Gorao Back. Last night we had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Standifer, one of the heaviest stock men on the coast. He has made two drives this summer, and Fold about three thousand head of cattle. We had the pleasure of meeting him at Owens river last May, on his first trip up this year, and now he is returning after having sold out the second band. His train consists of a large number of men, horses, and mules. He informs us that this has been a profitable year for him. and his Dusiness. ORPHAN'S HOME. 'Yesterday ire Visited this institution of the friendless, and through the Conrtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Webb, who have the charge thereof, were shown all over the property ,of this State asylum, and were much pleased with its management iu all departments. Mr. and Mrs. Webb hav stuaiea economy and system in every branch, and everything moves as perfect and with as much 'precesion as a well disaplined army. The building is a largi two-story frame, situated in the edge , of town, on the Warm (Springs and Prison Komi, and the grounds consist of seven teen acres, donated to the State by Car son City. Last year was the first at tempt at cultivation on this tract, and this year Mr. W ebb has raised one hundred bushels of wheat, corn and potatoes, and in tact all the vetjetales that will be nec essary for the use of the Home for nearly a year, and is selling to the nson, in ex change for shoes manufactured for the children. This article is much superior tor children ware, to any that can be bought. The present number at the home is thirty five, seven girls, and twenty-eight bovs, as follows. They are from all parts of the State. Below we give tneir names, age and condition: One-half Orphan! Age. One-half Orjihant Age, Jacob Allanback 8 Jarae McCoy 12 Wm Ur-n 12 J F McGuire 9 Thos I ren 9 Albert Meyers 10 Kosma L ren 8 Geortre Mevers Herman kincaid 10 Geo A Keet'er 12 Molhe Cossit 11 Chas F S Reefer 6 Clara Cossit 9 Alex MeCov 7 Jos-ph Uoper 12 Willie Brown 354 Kooert Kopt-r 9 Isabella H utiles 9 Willie Roper 6 Ellen Hughes 7 Lizzie Kincaid 6 Georw Thomas 7 Samuvl incaid 4 M J Laird 13 k. iward Laird 8 Thomas Tuit S Warren Laird 6 Frank Tuit 6 John Uowcn 8 Willie Kelley 35 Wm M Proctor 12 John Gram y 8 Orhphans Age. Orphan Age. ha Collins 12 Nettie Lace 9 Alfred Coddington 9 . The office is also occupied bv the seamstress, making it doubly useful. It is fa neat, comfortable room, and laraj nough for both pnrposes. The reeeti- on room is used as a parlor and a li brary; these are the first rooms you visit on entering the Home. This room is neat, as are all the rooms in the buildiu". comfortably furnished and arranged with much taste. The library consists of alxmt one hundred volumes of well se- State Land Ojtiob. Surveyor Gen eral John Day, Register of the State Land Office, sold lands of the State as follows: September 16, 810 acres. It should be borne in mind that farminsj and crazing lands are sold on nine years' time, if de- I ventilated and so arranged that four per- sired, at $1 25 per acre, with a single ex- I sons sleep in each ; but each has a sepa- cermon. am nmnerea tanas must De I rate oea, and ty putting the larger with paid for down, to prevent fraud on the I the smaller they are cared for Dy each State in sl ipping tue nmoer and then l other in the night. 1 he matron, seam- lected works for children, and is under the care of a large b.y who acts as Li brarian distributing and returning the books with much card. This boy will probaby be a bookseller some day or pos sibly State Librarian. The school-room is large, lk'br. well ventillated and well arranged with desks. blackboard, maps, etc. The dining room has two large tables for the children, and table for the family. Into this rno.-n opens the kitchen ami store room. The tine neatness is found in these rooms as characterizes all the others. The store room is well supplied, and the kitchen is lumishen with a large range and the nec essaries for feeding a hundred boarders with ease and - without inconvenience. Connected with the kitchen is the girls' wash and bath room, and the general rear entrance, and wash room of the boys. This room contains the pumps, cisterns, wells and laundry, and is gener ally useful for all purposes. The cloth ing room is on this door and is arranged with hooks for hanging clothing num bered so each boy has his place for hang ing his hat and coat. - Here we found many pairs of shoes of prison manufac ture. They are of good material, strong, and just the thing for children, as they will last well, and keep the feet dry and warm. These- are paid for in vegetables grown on tne place, rue second story we found the sleeping rooms. The bed steads are of iron and the clothing clean and plenty of it. The rooms are well large proportion of children at their own homes, all over the . country. Mr. and Mrs. Webb study their comfort and give them all their time, and the pay is a mere pittanoe lor tne service they render. This institution is an honor to the State. and should be fostered by a more liberal policy in future. MIPOHTAXT LAND CISIOX. OFFICE DE. abandoning the land. Patx asteb V. T. R. Co. Paymaster Delle Crandelle has returned from Reno, after having disbursed about twenty-eight thousand dollars to the employes of that division of the road. Whatever people may choose to say about this company and the California Bank, none can say that they do not pay well and regularly or that they ever cheated a poor man out of a cent that bad worked tor them. Formation of a St. Andrews Society. As will be ascertained by reference to a notice published elsewhere in this paper, an effort will be made on to-morrow even ing to form a St. Andrews society. The preliminery meeting will be held in the court house and those who date oacit to to "the land o'enkes," they and their relatives to the third generation are in vited to participate. See notice. Ratx. Road C bossing. The Virginia and Truckee Rail Road Company, has laid its track across Carson street, and the new road along the creek is nearly done, it wiu probably be completed to- aay so mai trains can run over it. xney are inaKing gooa time, and a good job, and the quicker it is done, the better it will please onr merchaats, if it will hurry up tne carrying oi ireignt. : ' 7 Thanks. The firm of A. O. Friend k Marston. photographers, have laid on our table, a fine picture of the Capitol, and its grounds. It is large and beautifully executed. These gentlemen are superior artists, and do work equal to any on this poast. stress and teacher have rooms on this floor. We were shown the wardrobe which contains a large number of draw ers, all numbered, and containing the clothing of the children. At the tan of the bell they go to their particular num bers and get what is desired. Each is taught to have and take core of what is given to him as his own, and has a place of his own to keep it. Ihe school was not in session at the time of our visit.. All old enough have to attend school two hours in the forenoon and two in the afternoon, and attend Sun day school in town on the Sabbath, For the care of all these children, there are but five persons. Mr. and Mrs. V ebb, Miss Curry (the teacher), a seamstress. and a cook. Of course they could not do it alone, but Mr. Webb has instructed the childre'ifc they do the washing, assist at cooking, wait n the table, make their own beds, and ov their assistance alone he has cultivated all the ground of the Home. The diet is meat morning and noon, out supper is oi lighter food. Their sleeping rooms have a fine draft of pure air circulating through them at all times, but the rooms are high, and this carries off the impure air without bring ing a draft directly on the sleepers. The children are all healthy, and there has not been a case of sickness for five months, An idiotic blind boy of three years of age. is the only one under medical treatment. We visited the gymnasiuni and witnessed the boys at their feats of agility and strength. They are very expert for boys so young. This is a fine exercise, it de vel- opes the muscles and adds to their health. The children sang for our entertainment " Old Cabin Home " and a solo by Mas ter Keefer "Tassels on her Boots " which was . Terr fine... These' little waifs are happy, they are btfter cored for than a A law passed by Congress extending the time to pre-emption settlers on the public lands for making proof and final payment, expired by limitation July 20, 1872. This applies to all who made their filing prior to April 14, 1870, and who have neglected to make proof and pay ment. The following important decis ion is in reply to a letter of inquiry from C S. Receiver, S. C. Wright, of the Car son Land Oflice: ' Washington, I). C, Aug. 31, 1872. Register and Receiver, Carson City. Nevada. Gentlemen: In reply to the Receiver's letter of the 12th instant. I have to state that the circular of July 20, 1872, applies to the State of Nevada; the only exceptions being Michigan, Wiscon sin, Minnesota, California and the Ter ritory of Dakota. Therefore all filings based on settlement prior to April 14, 1870, expired on the 14th ult. By sever al Departmental decisions it has been held that parties who apply to prove up after the expiration of the statutory limi tation may be permitted to do so, provided no adverse claims has intervened. A claimant cannot be allowed to file a sec ond time for the same land, on expiration of the legal period allowed for entry, al legidg a new settlement. Such a declar ation would be a manifest coutrudictiou in terms of the facts alleged in his filinc already of record, and would amount to stultification of the claimant, which this office cannot legally permit. If parties, therefore, allow the legal limit to elapse without making proof and payment, they do so at their own peril, and cannot be protected after such Uultes against an adverse interest legally ac quired. On the contrary the law will be strictly applied in favor of such adverse claimant, and his legal right will be se cured to him whenever he shall present himself iu conformity with the require ments of law and demand its recognition. I have further to advise you on a point which it appearsls not clearly understood : That a declaratory filing is not and never m been a leul bar to the tiunit of any other person or to disposal of the land by homestead or other lawful entry or by Mate selection. In such case the claim of the pre-eniptor is paramount and will defeat the subsequent disposal or filing, if he complies with the law, and duly proves up his claims within the penon aliowed by statute. After such nod has elapsed, l is tilingceasesbv p- eration of law to stand as an adverse lit; and the next legal claim in order of time will take precedence. The law is for the protection of the set tler during its own period of limitation. After that he is merely permitted to con summate his claim in the absence of any other right except of the United States. To secure protection he must comply with the statute under which he claims within the time and in the manner pre- iMniuJ 1 ... . I I.. I r 1 V. i'J iia ICIIUH, ItUU IU OUUff OI 14111- ure, it is wisely provided that he who next in order shall so comply, shall be preferred in its administration. The decision of the Supreme Court case of Johnson, et al., vs. Towsley upon which inquiry has been made to this office respecting second filings upon unonerea lands, relates to a second hling for another tract from that embraced in the first declaratory statement, and not to the same land. Very respectfully, Willis Dbitmhokd, Commissioner. Ladd & Kellx. In our issue to-day will be found the advertisement of this firm. These gentlemen are not strang ers to Carson, they are well known and j been in business here for a long time. But the firm is new, and we hike plcas- me in t;iiug uuui a uuuee. : iur, Aeiiey has been the agent for the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company, but the new firm add to their b isiuess the purchase and sale of real est tte, the renting of houses, rooms etc., and also open a new branch of business for this place; an employment oflice. Tliishas been -long needed, and we predict that their extended acquaintance with the bu hinesn men of this part of the country, will all'urJ them the pleasure of assisting many strangers, seeking employment, to profitable and steady work. SVe know these men to be honorable, octivu aud emVious, and they cannot fail to do a hue business. Don t forget that their of fice is in Rosenstocks store. County building, and your wants will be attend ed to for a small amount of cotn. . Personal. Col. Jim. Haines of Dong- las County, U. S. Surveyor General E. S. Davis of Virginia City, and Billy Woods the well-known Virginia Lawyer were in town yesterday.. Governor Xye has gone to California. - Dnr goods and clothing. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! 'malhbi ORB ACOtlO 111 THE GREAT AUCTI0.1 SALE THE GREAT AUCTION SALE THE GREAT AUCTION 8ALE Saturday .Horn ins Saturday IVIomin? Ssiturdny J!Ioriiiii$r SEPT. SEPT. SEPT. 4, 4, 4, AT AT AT IO IO IO O'CLOCK, O'CLOCK, O'CLOCK, WILL COMMENCE WILL COMMKNCK WILL COMMENCE TOE GREAT AfCTIOlV KALIC THE GREAT AUCTION MAXR THE GREAT AlCTION SALE OP THB or tub or TUB J. ROSENSTOCK'S CLOTHLTO STORE COUNTY BUILDING, CARSON STREET,. CARSON CITY FINEST AMD MOftV VARIED MTOt'H FI.VKNT AND MOST VARIED NTOf'K FINEST AXD MOST VARIED NTIM'K I AM NOW OPKXIXO AXD COX gtaiitly receiving a Hue anau-tim ul of MEN AND BOYS' Fall and Winter Clolliiii"; VPRES3 AND BtTSlXEKK SPITS ' IN THE KLWtsT 8TYI.E." or or or I invite particular attention to my itoek of (full iiiu eimipieiei BOYS' SUITS. Tluy are PKETTY, CHEAP sod DfKABLE STAPLE & FANCY GOODS! STAPLE ft FANCY GOODS! STAPLE & FANCY GOODS! EVER OFFERED IN THE STATE. i:iit (in i.i:i:u iv tub htate. KVEH omjtKU IN TUK ttTA l K. I have also a aplemlid amortment of HATS AND CAPS (of tUa very Latent Fashion) FURNISHING COODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY Trunk, ef all Kirn. Mattraaae, Bed. dlnf. Etc. ri have the best stuck of CIGAU8, of Mery keowu bran. I, hi be found in tue Mate, and iu- vite tne attention ut coiiiuut m thereto. I-lf JoHtFIl KOHENSTOt'K. PL ATT. RECEIVED A KOPPEL & J REMEMBER! TRF.RK GOOD ARK no auction goods, but toe fiaMt la tbo aiar ket, and all lu perfect order. fONSISTTVlt OF t'ONHlHTINil or 4XMilTIM( vr YITE HAVW JVHT DisTTNorjisBED " Abiuval. Lieutenant Murry Day of the U. S. Nary arrived vesterday by private conveyance from Beno to visit his nncle, General John Day, of this city. Lieutemint Day is a brother of Deputy State Register, S. H. Day, who is now East on a visit to his parents and relatives. Lieut. Day has but lately arrived from a vovnee from the Atlantic coast to San Francisco in com mand of the TJ. S. Coast Survey Steamer Hassler. It will be remembered that Professor Agasiz and party came in this vessel on a heientific expedition and ex- piorauon oi tne wonders oi . tne sea. This voyage occupied nearly a year; giv ing time for deep soundings and profound experimental research for new life and wonders of the deep waters and islands of the ocean. Lieut. Day will be station ed lor some time on tins coast, and be connected with the Coast Survey of the Pacific, with headquarters at San Fran cisco. His vessel, the Hussler, will be kept in that service for which she was made. He will remain here a few days and visit his uncle and Harry (who 'is expected back soon) while awaiting orders. , large (upply of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ALL THE LATEST STYLES And havJao on hand Maw Bftavor Salts, Caihmm Salts, Broadcloth ataatts, Hats, Caps, . Ties, eta., eta,. And larrte tnpply of BAT CLOTHING, which we oner lor aale at tn very loweat rates. CALL AND BEE. Canion City. Sept. 8, IH72. -tf OLCOVICH BROS.. dealers nr DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE, : ETC, ETC. mHE LATEST AND BEST STYLES M. parents oi weso tuple always oil hand. Place of burin?. Corner of CARSON and J r til n in MireeU, carann City. JTenna CASH, and prices to unit the times. 1-tf OLCOVITCH BROS. I s e cc o 2 Returned. Judge Adoliihus Waite, Register of the TJ. S. Land Office n't Car son City, has returned from San Fran cisco, where he has been for some time under the care of an eminent surgeon for treatment. We are pleased to announce the return of Mr. Waitz and his perfect ana speeay recovery is Hoped for by all his friends. The business of the Laud Office was partially suspended by the ab sence of one of its officers, ami people having business with the office will be pleased to know of his return. . ' That Convention. ' ' Compliments l of John G. Fox to the Appeal office, in the nreent of, ' That Convention'! by I a. u. . an, ion iur me minions. K U Id I (0 M i J a i to a I o o at (0 o O ' o O - 6 1 3 i t! If a a e u C 5 I5? I" S I 3 1 500 Pair ut Coneta Aiwlis, H7J Skirts, White. 800 Skirts, PrtalsaV, 100 Lars Collars. lOO Laca Tsllrt Mats, 100 Crsck-t TMfea. SOQ Usata rad.raklrts. 40 Dnira Handkerchief Aa 000 Pair of rhllarsas' Wool Works. lOO Pair of Chllaraska' Slays. 8O0 Pair of LaaMaa KM Hkorss. IOO Ualaaoral Mklrts. SO Bed Covers, Marseilles. 100 Dosea Napklas, Aowrtoa. 3 Ladles' Wool baskets. S Scarf a ad Ties, Silk. 10 Dosea Hat Racks. 10 Dosea Paper holders. ' 10 Dosea Parses, Ladles'. SO Dosea Doll aad Roads. ' ALSO: ALHUi . , , . , ALBOl , s . Ma.lo aad Maalcal laatrarasata. Banjos, Oaitars, Fifes, flates aad Drums. Plcolos, Accordoaau aad Csaaeillaaa Ntatloaerr. . Musle Portfolios, Musi Books. Fancy Work Bores. " A I bams aad Nations. " ' ' Pictares aad Plctara Fraasos. Pans, Par Collars aad Caff. Children's I'nderwoar. AU OF WHICH MF8T BE BOLD ALL OP WHICH Ml BT bK SOLD ALL OF WHICH IIU8T Bit HOLD TO THB HIOHFMT nltlDRftl TO THK HIMHIMT DHlnil TO TUK U1UUUT KU'lUU A CRAND BALL WILL BK OXVElf BY - ' WASHOE TRIBE NO. 4. ' IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN, AT ARMORY HALL, WAIHOE CITY, , , On Tnesdajr Evening;, Sept. SI. TICKETS (incluclidg Bnpper) FIVE DOLLARS. A general Invitation if extended. ili-U thk Arrnojf wnx coNTrxrit THE AtHTltiN WILL CONTISIK TUX AUCTION WILL CONT1.VU E DAY AND EVENING DAY AND EVENING DAY AND EVENING rKTTL At.I. THK OOOTMI ARK HOLD. t'NTIL ALL THK OOODH ARR H(U.D. LM1L ALL THE GOODS ARE hOLli. ' , Call vti exsnnM the aooas, i AT MOORE MRKEWS MALL, Where the good will baaoU. 13-tf C. H. MAINS, Aarl'r.