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THE MW DULY APPEAL.
CARSON, TPESDAY t t rSBPT. S4 MIXING STOCK REPORT. Reported daily, specially for the New AppbaIi, by Kic-e c Petubs, Stork Broken, in Wells, Fargo k Co's office, Carsou. MOUSING BEPOItT. 130 Ophir 70, M X. 66 blO. ; So Would It C-nmr .192'! 1)10, 187"$, 186. 1 Savatfe 115, 114, 115 b3. 170 (.hollar 64, 63)4. 10 Hale & Norc'ss.80. ISO Crown Poiut ...145 M0, 120, 124 b30. lit) Yellow Jacket .108, 110 MO. 2l) Imperial 8V,8V 8',. 21 Bell her 99. 97, 97 to. 5W Con Vinrinia...4K. 40, 46 s30. ;-) Sierra Nevada. 15 !4, 16 H- 20 Exchequer 15.. 40 Seg Belcher ...79, 76 s30. 5.5 Overman 63, 62!$. 10 Just is 10. 1'3 Empire 8H,. i0 Sucecir 4. 4v9 Julia 5, 5X. 1-i.t Bnckeve ,.2'i. 2:Hl Caledonia 87, 36)4, 37 bS. 100 Arizona Utah. 1.90. 50 Giobe 1. 70 Knickerbocker. .6 6'j. 0 Silver Hill 7)4. JO New York 1. 1130 Senator 1, 1 !4 b30. 50 I'uiou 2. Woodville 3H. 30 Insurance 3, 3 blO. EVENTNO BEPOBT. 1465 Meadow TTy.... 24, 24,24?.,25 blO, H 110 Raym'd AEly..,lfi8, 169, V. t30 Eureka Con ....20, 20'4 M0, 2054, HO? 30 -v d.jo. 393 Koche 20M, 20?4 b5, 20!, 205 s30, D3, ati KM. 1000 PluEnix 41. 4ib30. 420 W'ton&Creole..! b5. 4, 4X, H blO, 41 1JU Alps 4k,l4. 5S0 Pane a "4, 2'i, 3, 3 b30. 10 Fla 1ISJ. 123 condor a too. 20 Spring Moun't.lJ. 23T Piocbe West . . .4. 130 Pea Vine 1. 20 Chapman 1. 330 II Hunt 5. lmfBowery 1?4. 25 Adams HUl 2'.. 10 Jackson auc. 275 I:ijnmar 2. 200 Star Con 60c. 700 Belmont 6",, 7 ban. 7. 6 bW. 1605 Chief Hill 11, 111 b30, 10), 10?., 10"i SJU, lU- DM, IU', 630. WV, 11 DO, 10 10'.. 3:15 Newark 5, 5!$. 200 Louise 60c. 1330 Arkansas 3?. 4. 673 C E Extension. .4. 4 blO. 60 Treasure 6 bJO, S If. 125 Empire 3. 50 Mahogany 9. 40 li chariott 10. 120 Cedarberg 6)4,7. 350 El Dorado In t.l. 20 Emvka 16. 50 Pio e Pho'x sii. HOTEL ARRIVALS. ST. CHABXK8 HOTEX. GEO. TVPL.Y FBOPBXIrroB. S L Lee H V Tandy it Dobsna W M showers J W Boles A D Jewell C Dobler RLore ATruitt W Bowea B J Sickles J Dobson, . 8 Ktrvnt, A B Boles JTST ARRIVED. - At that old and well known saloon, named the Magnolia, kept by Gaige & May, there arrived on yesterday a heavy invoice of the choicest wines, whisky'Sj champaigne and ale for the use of their bar. The Magnolia is one of the oldest and best known saloons in town, and strange to say in all the changes of pro prietors it has passed through in the last ten years, it has always been kept as a first class house, But it was never better kept or in better hands than now. The proprietors always keep the best liqnors that can be had. and look to the comfort of their customers. For those who would sport they will find the live tiger in his aen in tne rear. And while the ama tuers play at billiards, there are chairs enough for all to sit by and watch the game, and for the lonely man, if it is cold the stove is always hot. He can get the best of liquid warmth at the bar; cun sit in a chair and read all the papers, by the most brilliant gas light. COMMITTED SUICIDE. lesterdny morning a Chinaman was found dead in his room in Chinatown. As near as we can learn, the facts of the case are these: His name was Ah Ye; he had been sick for a day or two, and had financial difficulties; whether he had lost in stock or at the China tiger, we could not learn. At any rate he took too much opium, and was found dead in the morn ing. No Coroner's jury sat on the Iwdy, because it is as lawful h'ere for a person to die of opium or strychnine, as whisky or any other medicine. His friends buried him at four o'clock yesterday, with the usnal Oriental ceremonies. The fashion of suiciding is not confined to the superior race. Our Celestial popula tion seem to have their troubles, financial and social, and take the short route to end them; and we expect soon to hear of Indians and dogs following the noble ex ample of so many whites, and leave their country for their country's good. IT. 8. Land Office. There has lately been received, and now remain in the U. S. Land Office at this place, patents for land for the following named persons: A. Sutro (for 5:20 acres). Lorenz Christen- sen, Jonathan Halbrook, George A. Cannany, John Bnckman, Enos J. Campbell, William E. Bridleman, Joseph McPainttr, Joseph Hall, James Webster, Lawrence McGiunis. Joseph Keifer. Teoree Sturtevant. Charles A. Nirholiis. William Cradlebaugh, Charles Adams, Charles Robinson, Robert Lanter. George S. Ellison, John P. Phillips, William B. Hunter, Arums McLeod. John Both and Joseph B. Carrel. EMPIRE MVflXC COMPANY. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. State Li kraut. This State institu tion has become valuable and attractive. The room ig beautiful, and conveniently arranged, and tastefully furnished. From a very small beginning, the number of volumes has increased to several thous and. The law department is nearly com pote, and there are several hundred vol umes of well selected literary works. There are certain fees coming to the State, that are by law set aside as a library fund for the purchase of books; and three or four times a year as this fund accumu lates, it is invested in the purchase of im portant works for the library. A short time since several volumes of ancient law reports were purchased in England at great expense, among which we notice Kible's, Bolle's, BarnArdiston's Sider- nns, Falmer s and Kelt way's Reports They are the original copies printed in the rough old fashion type, and peculiar languatre 01 we reign 01 cutanea tne II away uaclt m lbbd. The covers are worm-eaten, and leaves blackened by mure man iwu centimes 01 time. 10 tile lawyer they are valuable as reference, and to the antequarian as relics of the past. Uf late valuable miscelaneous works, we notice, Hood's, Andersen's, Inackeray's, Mitchell s, Disraih's and De tiuincey'8 works. Irvin's, Cooper's. HcCauley's Prescott's, Headley's, and many omer vamaoie worKs are to be found in this department. Mexican Mrxi. This is one of the first mills built in this county, and the building is very much larger than is needed now, under the present manage- was formerly ran bv This company is pushing the work of developing their mine as fast as possible, The trustees have let a contract to run tunnel to the ledge a distance uf 2i':. feet. 1 ne contractors nave oeen at work; but a short time and are now in 1(H) fet. The ore from this mine is argentiferous galo- na. and will not work "V the ordinajv mill process, and in order to lost its value more satisfactorily, tney prt.jose as soon as the railroad is open for business, to ship fifty tons to the Auburn mill at Beno, for reduction. We are satisfied their rook will pay well could it be work ed at home, and in a mill of their own, but the experiment of shipping it so far 1 : -1 . . 1 1 . nun paying miriy uuuars per ton lor I n if j mwt 1 11 r and Winter Clotliinir iiig, as establishing beyond a doubt the real vaiue 01 meir ore, ana will form a basis for future operations. CLOTHING! CLOTHING J. ROSENSTOCK'S GREAT CLOTMG STORE county mtuim, CARSON STREET,- CARSON CITY T1H NOW OPENING AVI) COX- M. atantly receiving a due assortment of MEN AND BOYS' 7IRES8 AND BCHINEHS SPITS IX THE NEWEST 8TYLE. I'iud-boad isEPOT. 1 111K lnme new building is going ahead fast as possible. The sills are laid on their foundation, which is a substantial one. of heaw tim bers set firmly in the ground and suffi ciently close together to hold any pres sure oesiren. xue oiuuuug is one hun dred and eighteen feet long by thirty-one ieei wide, una win nave a piatlorni six teen feet wide extending all nronnd it. it will oe lugn, well lighted and hard fin ished, and used for a passenger depot, ticket office, telegraph and other offices. and be built in the approved style of modern railroad buildings. A large nara- uer 01 mechanics aie at work ana we look for its early completion. Impbovemests. Our attention was yes terday called to a neat little cottage being built by Jerome Thornington of the Saz- arac saloon, situate near his residence. There is irreat need of houses in town. for every day parties are looking for a place to live, and not an empty honse can be found in town, and rents ure enor mously high for Carson. (full I invite particular attention to my stork of ana complete) BOY8' SUITS. They an PRETTY. CHEAP and DURABLE I hare aim a splendid assortment of HATS ARO CAPS tho very Latest Fabhion) FURNISHING COODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY TrasUu, of all Hlxrs, Mattrasses, lled- uing, aw, Vri have the best stoek of (HOARS, of rnvr buuwu urauu, mi oe suuua in uie mate, ana In- viie cue aHenuon ox conaumers thereto. 1-tf JOSEI'H JtOKENSTtlOK KOPPEL & PL ATT. WE BATE Jl'ST large supply of FALL AND WINTER RECEIVED A CLOTHING ALL THE LATEST STYLES And have also on hand MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMETS. Fine BMTsr Suits. Brwuiclotlt Nadta. Cashmorr Sv L Havta. Can. Ties, etc, etc. Its, ment. The mill both steam and water power, and con milieu an tne new inventions, and so called improvements of the day. In the palmy days of the Mexican mine, money was no ooject, ana their null was the pet toy of the mine owners; but as the rich ore of this mine became exhausted this null was found to be too expensive a lux ury, and was sold to Mr. Sharon. He placed it in the hands of Mr. S. Fountain who thoroughly overhauled and made this one of the best mills in the State. It is now run entirely by water from the Car son river, which has a fall of twenty eight feet, and uses one of Laffelles Tur bine wheels. This mill ha forty heavy stumps, iwenry pans, ten settlers, and a working capacity of one .hundred and twenty tons per day. It was overhauled, enlarged, and repaired last year, by Mr. Lockwood. It is now owned by Hon. J P.Jones, and is under the able xuana ce ment of Mr. Lyman who is not in posi tion through favoritism, bat has worked his way np from a battery feeder, to be one of "the best and moat competent tin perintendents on the coast. . m ' ' "" Personal. C. C. Po wiling of the Beno Journal made oar sanctum a call yester day afternoon.. Senator Brown likewise showed us the light of his countenance. A New Stobe. Davis & Gilson are erecting a new building in the rear of their present store, extending to Ormsby street west. The cellar walls are nearlv up ana will soon be readv for the brick work. hen completed their storp n-ill be one hundred and seventv feet deep and oumuiciifc cupociiv tor an tneir immense business. They have needed this enlargement for a long rime, in fact, have been compelled to board np their southern portico, as a temporary store room for their goods. This new building will be pushed to com pletion at an early day. Registration. We are informed by Justice Parkinson, ex-officio Registry Agent, that there are only about 250 names on the Register. This going rather slow for so Lite in the season. There are only about four weeks more to register at least four hundred names. Ltt everv voter that has not registered go and do so at once, while he thinks of it, for he mav forget the time until it is too late and therebv lose the pleasure of voting for Grant A- Wil son , . A. B. DRIESBACH And s larpe supply of BAT CLOTHING, wuii-h we vnvT lor sale at thn vunr lo CALL AND SEE. r lowebt rates. Tarnon City, Sept. 9, 1H72. 1-tf OLCOVICH BROS., DEALKHS IX GROCERIES, PROVIHIONS AND UQl'tlllrt. x. a, caAxsrsLrn., .. c nmarr.i MASON, CHENEY ft CO., Ot rice Aln KAl.r.mKiK Penmd Blarl.mnwr "f aixrti and Telegraph atiM-t: WaiiBui w Curuir of 1'lau and Muss, r stn t. CARSON CITT, NEVADA. HOLEHALE AND RETAH. DK Wo r in Crooerlet, Provisions, Flour and Feed, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, dataware, Cutlery, Paints and Oil, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc. "Wp havn the larm st and heat Klro.tw, t Wan hotiHe iu the Ktate. aiiri an tmtarf! tiir. reive tirnin and Urneral iliTvhaii.llw mi KTnli. AUK at-all tliu., and tolnakeCAHH ADVANt 1. ou the name. (iiMxIft di llvered free of ehartfa In all t.rfi,f the rlty and in any artof ths siirroitiKlhii; conn, try. 1-tf MAROV. CHFSFV o. J. R. SCOTT, Wholisaln and Retail Peslrr In BRANDY, WHISKY, WINEH, CIO ARM, Etc. CAR8ON 8TRECT, CARHOX CITV. 1-tf CARSON STREET, - CARSON CITY DEALER IX CiEXER-VL, MERCHAX- Wholesauj Liqcob Stoke. We take pleasure in announcing to our numerous patrons, and to the public generally, that George D. Freyer has opened a wholesale liquor store in Carson, and is in-enured to : , , . ... lunuDii liquors 01 any nun or quality to suit his customers, "Remember, George is a social gentleman, and takes pleasure in showing people his stock, even if thpv aon t lM.y, so go and see him if you have any use ior me articles ne Keeps. U. . Buaxch Mist Eetokt. The to tal amount of mixed bullion, gold and silver, received at the Carson Mint ves- terday, was 17,354 ounces, for refinintr and assay. By V. & T. R. R. to Virgin ia iny tnis morning tne Treasurer ol tne Mint sent off 7 bars of mrparted cold and silver, worth together $18,8(14 18, going to tne credit ol tne Crown fomt mine. Sll.l 13:11 TC 1 Dead. We learn by the Virginia Chron icle of last evening that Peter Larkin died at 6 o'clock yesterday morning. De ceased was a native of New York City, a distinguished member of ' the fire demrt- - . . . . ment ana a very general lavonte among nis acquaintances. . j . State Laxd Sold. Surveyor General John Day, Register of the State Land Office sold lands of the State as follows: September 19, 1,240 acres; September 20, and 21, 640 acres. September 23, 2,070 acres. ' . Half Mast, Capt. Reese infe-ms us that the engine house flags will be dis played at half-mast today out of respect to the memory of the death of that,vetr Ban fireman, Peter Larkin. FLOUR AND FEED, WINES, LIQUORS, PORTER AND ALE AND Hardware, Tinware CROCKERY, PLOWS, MOWERS AND REAPERS ALSO POWDER AXD FUME Wall Paper, Doors and Windows, : : Window Class, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes, California Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement, Plasterers' Hair, Etc., Etc. DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE, ETC, ETC THE LATENT AXD BEST STYLE and patterns of tntso staples always ou band. Place of buslDPtw Corni r at CABsnv .n.t FOURTH Htnx tH. Canton City. mr lira, i.wa, auu prices to suit tho tfnir. l-tf OLCOVITCH m;.)M. M o Saf 99 a9 oe o at u - III (0 o o o O sU t j il i o I t td u u BS t Dt T. e w X H 1 e jacob toiirii:k draleb nr GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Faints txnOL Oils At-XO, GENTLEMEN'S . Furnishing Goods Corstrr Carssna anal Msisawr Nts., CARSON Cin, Vl. NEVADA i t. B. UUD. R. E. EELtV. L.ADD Sc KEI.IaV, INSURANCE AND REAL E8TATE BROKERS. OFFICE I J. Roarmstock'a Nlore. C'onnfv Bitllil'rr. CAltSON CITY, NEVADA. this liixr Family Grocery IN CARS0X CITV, COr.XEIt OP KINO AND ORMSBT STIIICK1K. THE ITNDKRMGXED HOPE! T auvn'eil In tiHttaiuina: thw rrpiitatfoa it lux I'lm-t'oi iiumqi w as iiik iavanic laiullv irron-ry of tlio plane by cimtantly keeping s full supply of all i-bolre kindH of Staplr Rrnrrrtrs, rnHitd OniMla, Pnt teil Mrata, Fin (Hla, Para M'istaa, ttto., tWIilif all klnilH of WOOIEN AND WILLOW. WAKE, TIN WAKE, etc., etc. CALL AXD SEE ME. B. F. roMTKIt. N. B. fiooils di livered la all pans of tin- city and neighburliuud. .tf GEO. ! FBYE II WHOLMALS DRALrB W Liquors and Cigars Nos. U-4 and 03 CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY (Nt dour aoutb of A. li. Drhbat h's warebvuwi I haA-e an largo a stork of rooiIr as any house Wholesale and Retail Every article above mentioned. 1 -., -:;n Goods delivered free of rbarge. i-tf ' ' A. B. DRIES DA CH. OfClDFATAL LIVERY STABLE i Carson Street, CARSOX CITY, . . . . . .NEVADA THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AXD widely known Stable h Nvn lately rruo. vated. tbe fld stock culled out and n-nla.-J fine yming bones. . . . OarTia-H of all descrintiona on hand AT vnn.' ERATE CHARtiKS. Hones boarded by the DAY or WEEK on the SO WEST POSSIBLE TERMS. W. Ws attend strictly to our own business. 1-tf WIXXIE c DAVID. AGENTS FOB THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFER FOR SALE: HOISES, LOTS. Lr.trBER. FOR RENT: STORES, D1VUUUINGS, OFFICES, LODGIX6S.J Also have connected OUR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, PERSONS DESIBOUaV OF FINDING SIT UATIONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED, . SlK-tf ' A fcKXT FOR THE FOLLOWING CEL- rV ebratnl brandaof WHISKIH m Which twronntantlv keens on hand- SUIT CO. 'H National," Caoltol." nate." '(mirress." Hlabtnet.'. aaa Rv.. LI.OYD OO -Keliln, kv." Hr1. JF.ssK MiKHlIE.SerMiratrd WbkAj. A lao, tbe iiOrlmted "Blue Crass" Whiskies AND Alo and Portor Iu ausia or bulk; aln, lu, pa un haad ths Haeat brands of T'lCJAItW IX 1-tf CAHIX GEO. !. FHYF.R, . ljquirt'lU'T. TAKE WARNING. rPHE V. T. R. R. COMPANY ARE 1 anxious to take due i rwauliin airainst aocl. dents and loss uf lil'o rewdtiUK from runuiiui of their trains ; and they take tlds method ol warn. iiiK parents and u:ml.uu aauiht thndaiuien att'ndiUK the too common practii-e of childreu layinK aoout tueir cars and loroniotfves. 1 Thiw avinfl in charge thu busiiuMt of tli Onmuanv fiml it inipT'HHibls to pehmiadk bovs, who fre- qtieut the termini and stopping places of the road fnna climMuR num the can and enKinea ; and they will reel themselves obliged to resort to more decideil measun if thesu annoyances are continued. Recent accidents, which are wholly scribshie to the careh'SHnrKs of pi rsona juiuuiiui on and off taw cars when in motion, should be warning enough in themselves. i-u It. .M. lXltlNGTON, Sup't. TTTTrTT'fTTTT t TTrrTTTT ITT'r TT ri'TT IT T TTTT . T TTIT TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTTTT rflEA-THE REST Q.LALITY OF TEA M- in the market. , , t. iii:r:ii iitu1) ' ' Em pi its City, - . '- :twrt1rt Make t specialty of choiea tirkuds of FINE JAPAH TRA ' ; KINK JAPAN TEA ' FINE JAPAN TEA . .. ENOI.IHH DREAR-PART Tt ' " ' ENGLISH liltEAKFAHT TEl ' ENtiUhH liltKAKFAHT TEA T'lii'iiw FINKHT OrXPtWDFU n-nrr T TTT FIN KMT tit'NPOWnFR ' m r nr . FINEST eH'SPOWPKK tlt rrr FI.NLST Ut'NPOWDElt tit , N. M. Mr. ilosenh Reer. who Tins bid a experii uce iu aou of ttia mo ext.nslre Tea.' ' uMxniiW nonses na ix.ion and Ne.w aork. Will haverlifirtieef tbis4irtaeitt. ' 1 roxui the niost reasonable PRTOPH trirl Txt "' demanded. T. IlKKR k liRO.. , omciien and thmral Merchants. Empire Ctty, S.pt. v, 17H. j.ti