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THE NEW DIM APPEAL.
CABSOXi SATURDAY, i (SEPT. 88 MIXING STOCK REPORT. Reported daily, specially for the New Appeal by Rice & Petebs, Stuck Brokers, in Wells, Kargo & Cu's office, Carson. EVENING BEPORT. 120 Ophir (4, S3, , m. 40 OouldJt Curry .1H5 bio, 185, 185 bSO, 182M. 100 Savage 100, ilXI 030,97, 97., SS sJ, 95. 320 Cliollar 60, 59, 50, 59 b3, SO, 67, 60 b:. GO Hale s Norc'ss.75, 72, T2H. 195 Crown Puiut ...110 111, 111 J,, 113, 11354, 114, 112. 700 Yellow Jacket .85, 87 b50, 81, 85 b30, 84)5, 83, 8a WO, 84 620 Imperial , 65s, 6?i, 6, 6 b30, 7. 1020 Empire tilj. 5',, 5!, 6 bJO, 5;,. 70 Alpha 33 63, 34. 1000 Belcher 90, 90 "4,91 b30, 89, 89 830. 89K. 473 Con Virginia... 55, 56. 57, 57 , 68, 56 S3, ok a. 470 Sierra Nevada..l5S, 16, irW,lGV.16fe b30, 165 Seg BUcher ...hi S30, 65 SJ, 68, 67 X, 67, 60, 70 Overman 60, 60 . 70 Justis 8, 7J4, 7. 10 Succor ;);. IiiO Julia 5 b3, 5. 4( Caledonia 31, 31 54, 32 blO, 32, 31 H bj, 32 b 0. 100 Ariz..nai:rtah..lS, lh.' 150 Baltimore 254. 270 Silver Hill 7. 200 New York 1, 1 s3. 2o0 Stnator 1. 200 Woodville -J, 3 b-5. X ORNIXG RKPORT. 1310 Meadow VI y ...24, 23 ! 83, 245s, 25 bSO, 24 H tit. -H bi. 300 RaynrdiEly.-ltiO, 161, 164 b30, 160 H, b.H). 260 Eureka Con 19 H, 19, 19 S3, 19. 10 Phoenix 210 Ploche 1744, I'M. IS b30. 2.-.0 W'tun iCreole. .4 , 4 it bJO. 100 Alps i. 900 Patfe 2J4, 2i,2,2Ii O30. 150 Ut Hunt 5. 5'i. 50 bowery 1!. 150 Pioche West ...4!. 1.T0 Flan 15, 15 H 63. l'JO sipr-nx Moun t. 1!4. 2o0 Imjouiar 2 V,. 50 Condor 1J. SoO HE Eiteusion.,5;,. 150 Kentucky 6. 125 Arkansas 3!, Z. 50 Louise 7itc. 915 Newark 5. 5( b30. 610 Chief Hill 10, 10',, 10',, 10'4, 10 30- list Belmont 6, 6',. 225 DundrrUrg 3 bo, 3. 25 Bellevue 2 30 G Chariott 10 -V 25 Mahogany 6. 210 Treasure 4?i. tH. 125 Belt-her h9. fix. 87 . 87. 295 Chi liar 57. 55 bo, 54, 55 S3, 56)4 b30, 55 b3, 54 H s3. 50 H. r.n. rs.- 11 290 Con Virginia . ..w. 6.). 61. 15 GouH & Cuiry.I77, 177 'a. 2.5 Empire 5, 6. 85 Ophir ...67 b30, 65. 67 blO. KtH. 4tio Imperial 6 'H. 6?,, 65, 61,, 6 b30. 20 Vel'owJarket...MI. 82. 120 Crown Point. . .112 's slW. 113 S30, 113)4. 360 CJedouia 01 V 33 b.. 32. 32 s3U. PETROLEUM V. We had the pleasure of meeting this ancient Democrat last night at the cor ners. He is hopeful of a grand recon struction yet this fall, and takes his liquid nourishment straight, and believes in fu ture rewards and punishments. Here ports things quiet at Steamboat and on tne line of the railroad. Only one re markable item has come under his im mediate observation. He says on the day of the Democratic Greeley Conven tion at Keno, one of the large springs at rjieamooac ceased to now ana remained inactive until the day of the RepuU can state Convention, when it burst out anew and larger and more powerful than ever. This he considers a bad omen for his party, prophetic of disaster and destruc tion. Coining events cast their shadows before. He has returned to his (P. O.) omce. Ranches About Cabsox. The ranches in King's Canyon, and about Carsou this year, have been unusually productive The soil of the whole valley only requires water to make it produce any of the ceri- ais, or vegetables that can be grown in this climate. Messrs. flumps, Wood, Treadway, Nevers and Thorne, and in fact all we have heard of in the valley have raised fine crops, and their nearness to market, and the good prices their pro duce commands, not only makes their places valuable, but farming a paying business, isone Have been restricted in the use of water this year, and the result is much more satisfactory iu the yield. Tlirre is but one drawback to the univer sal success in this department, and that is a scarcity of water which some years is severely felt. HOTEL ARRIVALS. ST. CHARLES HOTEV GrO. TUPXT PRf PKTETOB. ft d'Aatois W Scott I S M. Borth G French Mnrt:n Burrell and familv I. H Dper B Jai obson J Berinetts W Plac kmore S Grout L Peres J M Short J M Daniels J A Johnson E G Bryant NEVADA STATE JOCKEY CLUB. We are informed by the officers and managers of this club that they will need ranch assistance in gettingup theirpurses for the races to take place in October, aud that the Finance Committee will canvass this county in a few days for that pur pose. We suggest that all business men will be benefited by the large number of people who will come from all parts of coast to witness these races. Some to a greater extent than others, but all direct ly or indirectly. Therefore they should subscribe as liberally as they can afford to make these purses respectable and wor thy the attention of possessors of good stock. We have but few amusements in this town and these can be witnessed for small sum in coin. The turf has been the fashionable resort for Kings, nobles, and fair ladies for centuries, and Presi dents and their Cabinet" have amused themselves with fleet steeds and the ex citement of the race. As races are fash ionable and harmless let us make these first class in every particular. Books Stationery axd Cigars. R. Fred Brooks, on the east side of Carson street opposite the Ormsby house, has a fine, and well selected st-ck of Books, Stationery, and Cigars. Mr. Brooks A ling a splendid retail trade, and keeps all the latest periodicals, toys, and fancy notions, ana tne nest Kina oi tjigars, People who go to the Postoffice, would do well to talk to Brooks before they leave the house, and if you want any goods, you win oe sure to buy; Ubast dx Wilson Ulcb. e are re quested to state that it is desirable that all candidates for office on the Republican county ticket should be present at the .-'meeting of the Grant & Wilson club to night, as business of importance will be transacted. Let every member of the club be present and every person who would like to become a member. The battle is opened, and we must rally our forces for the fight. Ormsby House. The roof is on this building, and thoroughly painted. The pas pipes all in, and plummers at work putting in the water pipes. The floors are all laid and much of the building lathed and ready for the plasterers. In fact the work is going ahead finely, and will soon be completed. Stats Land Sold. Surveyor General John Day, Register of the State Land Office sold lands of the State as follows: September 24, 320 acres; September 25, 320 acres; September 26, 2,240 acres; September 27, 320 acres. i Oca Colored Troops Fought Nobly. Aud so have our colored citizens. What there are in town are industrious and look as sharply to finance asdoour white pop ulation. The most of them have houses of their own, and only pay rent until they can accumulate coin, enough to buy or build a neat,comfortable home. Cromwell, a colored gentleman of iniustryand ener gy, is building a new house just across from H. S. Parker's, on Second street. The old building that formerly occupied that ground has been torn down and the new house, a neat liitle cottage, set back from the street, giving room for shrub bery and flowers. Chinawoman. That Chinawoman shot a week or two since is bound to live. We saw her yesterdav; she looks bad but walks around some. She was shot throgh or near tne lungs, me nan being near the spine, and can be lelt through the skin. Had it been a white woman. Pierce would have had a job long ago. But Celestial maidens are made of more tena cious stuff, and a bullet from a six shoot er passes with safety where it would kill a Caucasssan. PRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! GROCERIES. PROVISIONS AND MOfORK. h. d. oumuin. . .. a. twaxt.. .a. a. Departed. J. P.Jones (not the Sena tor), an old Carsonite who has been liv ing at Eureka and Mineral City for year or more, arrived in Carson a few days ago. He is stuck after the great .ast and immediately on his return of fered his hne residence for sale, intend ing to remove his family to Mineral City. He departed last night for his luture Home. J. ROSENSTOCK'S GREAT L0THLG STORE COUNTY BUILDING, CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY AM NOW OPENING AND CON stautly receiving a hue assortment of MEN AND BOYS' Fall and Winter Clotliind ItT-DUESS AND BUSINESS 8(7tT8 IN THE NEWfcST STYLE. "VI U. S. Branch Mint Report. The Coiner of the Carson Branch Mint, yes terday, delivered to the Treasurer of the Mint, 22,000 half dollar pieces, 5,000 quarter dollar pieces, and 12.000 dimes. being a part of the silver that has been coined during the week. On Monday next the Coiner will run through th press 5u,uuu in goia eugies, nail eagles and quarter eagles. By this morning's train to Virginia the Treasurer of the Mint shipped (5 bars of bullion worth together 30,63 93, going to the credit of the Belcher mine, Gold Hill. R. R. Depot. This work goes on rap idly, and the results are seen in the frame up, and the platform done. Next week it will be sided and roofed nd ready for the boys. We understand the first regular passenger train will puss through bere Monday nigut or Xaesday morning. Then good bye Dyer, your staie is trood of its kind, but no use, the sleeping car is mucn superior. Fresh Fish and Game. E. Perasich would call attention of the public to his new goods just received by Express. He has a large amount of fresh fish of all kinds, such as salmon, trout, shrimps. etc. To-day he will receive a fine lot of turkeys and quail. He is constantly receiving Iresli fruit of all varieties and has a general variety of confectionery. Capital Brass Band. This new band of Carson City meets for practice on Tuesday and Friday evenings of each week. It consist of eight pieces, aud is under tne leadership oi inas. W. t riend. who is also instructor. At its next ap pearance entirely new music, and new pieces will be played. St. Peter's Church. Services will be held to-morrow at 11 a. m. and at "i '. p. All I Invite particular attention to my stock of (full ana complete) BOYS' SUITS. They an PRETTY, CHEAP and DURABLE I have alao a splendid amortment of HATS ANO CAPS (' the very Latest Faahion) rURriisHINO GOODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY Trunks, of mil Klw. Mattraaaea, Bed- I umr, r.ic KIA80N, CHENEY & CO., Orrtrc aim 8AI.roni Penrod Block, comer t'f Camou and Trleraph street; Wabeuoiws Ikiruer of 1'laca aud Muaarr ftrrtU. CARSON CITT, NEVAOA. Wrnoi.rwALE and retail dbal- era iu Crocerlea, Provisions, Flour and Feed, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Paints and Oils, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, to.,ote. try; haw th lannt and bmt FliT.irif Warehoiine In the Mate, and are iiretmred toft, reive Oram and (1. n. r.l Mfrehnn.liiN ott MTOH AiK at all times, aud tuualwCAtiH AUVA.t'l on the saute. (1(hhIh delivered free of rharm In ill pans ef the city aud in auy uattof ths aurrouudluii evu,- try. l-tf MAHOV, CHF.XEY CO. VI haw the best atock of CIGARS, of rverv known brand, to be found In Hie State, and iu- vue lue attention oi crmfunit rs tnereto. 1-lf JOSEPH KOSLKSTOCE. KOPPEL & PLATT. fTK HAVE JIST RECEIVED A V T large supply of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING J. R. SCOTT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer la BRANDY, WHISKY, WI.NEN, CIOAKN, Ktc. CARSON STREET, CARJWJf CITY, l-tf Sundav school at 12:20 o'clock. are cordially invited to attend. A. B. DRIESBACH ALL THE LATEST STYLES And have alo on hand Fine Beavnr Nulls, Cashmere. Kults. Broadcloth Hulls, Hals, taps, Tins, etc, etc. And a lanre supply of BAT CLOTHIXrt, which J we oner lor wtie at tnt very lowest rates. TALL AND BEE. Carson City, Sept. , In7'2. l-tf OLCOVICH BROS., DEALERS IN .lACOll Toiii.ii:it DKALKB IX GROCERIES New Fence. H. F. lUee is buil.ling a new fence around the block and residence of Senator J. W. Xye. The Senator has a very fine stone mansion, and beautiful grounds, full of large shade and orchard trees, running vines and flowers and all tnose things that go to make a place beautiful as well as valuable. Mr. Kice occupies the place at present, and he is building a very neat and substantial picket fence around the place. This will add beauty to the premises as well as en hance the value of the property and be a matter of pride to the inhabitants of that street. What W'k Know About that Team. We promised in our issue of yesterday to tell the fate of that carriage and the four grays. We saw the outfit yesterday and remarked its condition. The team and carriage are here, and the four grays are all right, but the carriage is a wreck of its past grandeur. A few days in the shop, however, will b.ing it out as good as new. There is a bad looking face in town, and a few cripples, but nothin bad or chronic. A little time and the care of a skillful physician will soon repair uti uajuage iu iuis uue. PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Faints and Oils ALSO, CENTLEMEM'8 CARSON STREET. CARSON CITY DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING Furnishing Coo'di BWUI4, anut runnuunc, ETC, ETC. Dr. Benton's Lives? Stable. Dr. Benton keeps a livery stable on Carson street that ought to have for a sign " Cos mopolitan," for Doc comes as near to the meaning of the word as anybody we Know oi. tie Keeps stocK anu carnages for all classes. He has splendid tourn outs for the rich at usual prices, and the poor can afford to hire, for he keeps differ ent grades, that all may have a show. Doc is the friend of everybody, as well as a geniid, whole-souled, liberal man. Still at it. The Commissioners are bound not to put the county to the ex pense of law suits, and damages for loss sustained by men, and teams, while trav eling our streets. They had a force of men at work again yesterday near the St. Charles, repairing the balance of that flume, which on a closer examination showed much weakness; the condition of things on inspection was not satitfactorv. but will be all right before it is Dro- onunced finished. HtJNTEits Returned. Last night F. King and party returned from the moun tains after a two days hunt, and brought in a nne lot oi quail, ducks and small game. We are informed that deer anil grizzlys are quite plenty on each side of the lake, and some have been killed. But few men have lost any grizzlys, they do not, therefore, hanker after the sport of hunting them. DEAI.KR IN G KXERAL XERCHAX DlSli, FLOUR ANO FEED. WINES, LIQUORS. PORTER ANO ALE AND Hardware, Tinware CROCKERY, PLOWS. MOWERS ANO REAPERS ALSO POWDER .A. 'I FUSE Wall Paper, Doors and Windows, Window Class, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes, California Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement, Plasterers' Hair, Etc., Etc. riUIK LATEST AXD PEST STYLES M ana patterns of these staples always on Plaee of bunlne Corner of CARSON and r Ol K TH Streets. Corson Cltv. Terras CASH, anJ prli-es to suit the times. i-tf ou'ovitch nuns. I have as large a stork of roods aa in, hnma ui luc raue, anu am prepareu to lumiHO by Wholesale and Retail Every article above mentioned. a: 1 DS O 2 o o c 0) e ui ui X 10 O o O - eg i t 5' I! ! H ii Si a h o s s 1 fa & s U 4 J. E. LADD, Sl'CCESBOB TO IjADD iV KELLY, INSURANCE ANO REAL ESTATE BROKERS. OFFICEt J. Rosenstork'a Storr, County BalloVir. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. Corner C arson and Massrr Mia., CARSON CITT, NEVAOA TIII3 Ill-XT' Family Grocery IN' CARSON" CITY, con.sKB or kiko vn ormkbt writer. miiR rvnr.RsiBM-n ropem to I (iiieeel in susUiuliui Uie reitilalt-u is? h-. pure of t)!iln M as the favorite family itnserv of the place liy rnlaiitly kuenltin a full sui.nit of all ebulee kinds itt Staple irtrerle, fasseil Cnmia, Pa.. ea ,nrai rinm (Mis, Par. Ulnvs, wlv., etc. TlesM.-s all klthls of W(H)DE AVI) WILI ir. W.ltlJ,TINWAl:K, etr.,to. CALL A XI) SF.K MR. H. r. KONTF.lt. N. B. floo-ls iMivtred In all uirt.nl lh. . lv and ueiKhliorhood, .tf ' WHOt.KKAI.K MCA I.Kit IV Liquors and Cigars Kna. 04 and O.'l CARSON STREET, CARSON CITT (Next uo-ir south of A. n. Drii-slisrti's wsn uu--) VGEXTPORTIIK KOLI.OWIVUri U. el-rntitl lirainls of WHISKI 23 m Vt'lil, h he eiitmtaiillr ki-eiis on lininl: sriT k CU.'H National," "Capitol." "Meiia.s." CitiCTiss." 't'ahlle t,'. "A lt. I.T.tiVD CO K. nlii. kv." ll.nirld.n." J:shk MOiillF.M ci l. l.mi.il Wblsky. (iOUltN riliKAr' MIIIsKV. Alwi, the ceh-hratiil DIllA SMnAM.. Ull.l.1.1 ANU MSlIo and Porter In vaws or bulk; also, kieps on banJ the tiet brands uf CMJAnH i c ay Goods delivered free of charge. A. B. DRIESBACH. A GRAND BALL WILX OK Gnra BT WASHOE TRIBE NO. 4, IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN, AT ARMORY HALL, WASHOE CITT, On Tuesday Evening, ScC 1st. TICKETS (inclndidg Supper) FIVE DOLLARS. A general Invitation is extended. 14-td AGENTS FOR THE LIVERPOOL A LONDON A GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFER FOR BALE: norsEs, lots, lumber. FOR RENT: STORES DWELLINGS, OFFICES, LODGINGS. Also have connceted OUR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, i-tf 'A MIX. GEO. II. FI1VKI1. l.ll"r mI.T TTTTT'nTTTTT TrTTTTTTTT I'T IT TTTT TT T TTTT T TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTT riTTlT PERSONS PESIROl'8 OF FINDING SIT UATIONS CAN HE ACCOMMODATED, SlH-tf EQUALIZATION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I have this day received from the Assessor of Oruisliy County the Assiwment Roll for 1H72, and that the Board of County Commission rs will meet at my office in the County Buildings, on Monday the lfitb day of September, 1M72, as a Board of Equalization, and eontinno in session from, time to time aa required by law, until the business of equalization is disposed of. T. 1. Enwitns, County Clerk, and Clerk of said Board. September 11, 117a. .l'J-tf ' TEA THE BENT Ul ALITV OI'TKt iu the market. rr. iti:i:u a- mu Kmplru C'ltj-, ... vnlii Make a sieiulty of rlioloa brand, of FINK JAPAN TT.K ' fink jkvss tea fink japan tea FMU.IHIt HllK.AKFAhT TEA r i.i.in KKh.AKKAHT TKA KNill.lMH 1IHKAKVAKT TEA FINEST l NI'DWIH Il m. T ttt x FINEST at'KPoWDKIt rnr r rrr FINKKT (II Miii:ii ttt FINEST tllM'tlWI't.U nr N. B. Mr. Joseph Bt, who hss had Urge eiperlenee in sonm of the tiunl eitetisiv T.-s. InipiirtinR honst-s In Iitid-in and Ni w Vmk will have ehaiye of tlila depart went. ajr)N,v the moat reasonable PlltCF" will be d. m.ud.1. T. 1IEER k IIHO.. , eh.Ta and (Kneral Men baits. Empire City, Sept. , 1H72. . J