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THE SEW DULY APPEAL. C ARSON i MONDAY t i t i i OCT. S8 MINING STOCK REPORT. Reported daily, specially for the New Appeal, by kick a rcTEaa, Stuck Brokers, in wells, Farao Co a office, Carson. 465 Ophir, 58, 60, 61 J , 61, 60. 43 Gould fc Curry, 187 ), 190, 188. 135 Savae, 105, lot. 96 ChoUar, 63, M. 6JH- 30 Hale A Norcross, 84, MH. 20 Crown Point. WM, 123. 85 Jacket. 103, 102 (t. 106 bW. 190 Imderial. 10!,, 10',, 10. 220 Empire Mill, 9, 9S, b30. 100 OH Quartz,, 51. 3 Kentu. k, 240. S3S Belcher. 94, 9414, 95. 365 Confidence, 12 12 S. 13 b3C. 80 Con Virginia, 66, 65. 20 8 Nevada. 16, 16!. 220 Daney, Hi, 1. 10 Exchequer. 17. 45 Overman. 71. , 65 Justia, 6H. 20 Succor. 4i. 150 Julia, 61,, 6 !i. 350 Caledonia, 29, 30, 31, 30 H. 30, X. 120 Knickerbocker, 45,. b30. 220 Globe, 1)4, 1', bJu. 10 Bacon, 60 bJ. 200 Baltimore. 2. 70 8 Hill, 8, 8 b3. 20 Eclipae. 10 V 300 Woodville. 4S.4!f b30. 355 Meadow Valley, 27 V. 28 b30. 28! b30. 160 uaymond tly. 131, KO, III oiu, 1X1, 137. ISO EraCon,19?,19',,19)4a30. 1450 Phoenix. X 2'4. 27i b. 115 Pioche, 14)4. 14V. MX, u ,30' ISO Alpa, 55, 624. 50 Washington a Creole, t. 100 Jackeou.6J.ta MO. 00 American Flag, 13)4, 13 13)4 bS, 1414. 14 it W. 13. 60 Page Panaka, 2 V 325 H a Haut. (,,;',. 500 8 Peak, 55,, i. 6. 395 Belmont, 5. o',. 70 Chief Hill, 7)4. TV 116 Newark. 4V, 4. HOTKL, AKKIV1I.S. ST. CUIUI lOtllr-OKI. TUFLT PBOramOR. J McFanninf 8 Wilbers ii W Tomb B Davis W 8 Wyeth D L Noland A J Lorkwood A al Poller E R Smith F Chinda J Mnllan Mr Welsh and daughter 1 H Fullerton W Larson eaauv oorjse . . amnks a sow PBomzroKs. Geo L Woods John Bland A D Shane W N Leete B Graham 8 E Jones W H Winters J E James W G Smith Sohu Quinn W L Dowe A R Potter G Munckton K L Hobart H B MeMahonsM N Stone wife Dr Kirbv H i Ahlen THE FIFTH OA I 'M MACES. The races for this day have been so folly reported in other papers, and were so generally attended by our citizens that oar mention to-day will be very brief. The first race was between Oregon Tom and Mary Woods, 600 yards, lor $50, and was won by Oregon Tom. The foot race cam next, for a purse of $50, distance 100 yards. Five individuals entered and ran and was won by Nap. Edwards in seconds. The runniag race between Bois D'Arc, Gallinipper and Twenty Cents, mile heats, three in five, for a purse of $275, wis not completed, only four heats run when it became, too dark and was post poned to some future day. The first and third heats were won by Bois D'Arc in 1:491 and The second and fourth by Gallinipper in 1:475, and 1 :54. The day was cold and near night it snow ed, but the crowd which was larger than on former days ail staved to the last to ee it finished. Dbbttkev Sub. We notice in the Rtnister's report of Saturday's races, the ljcal makes complaint of the " drunken ness or incapacity of his sub. " As the gentleman had two subs on the ground. we are not told which one it was, but think it unkind in him to accuse any one tnat tut would appoint to asaist nim in the responsible duties of local, of either drunkenness or incapacity. In fact, we have the authority of one of these subs for Ravin" that his chief was on his beer, and not only displayed his incapacity to walk, talk or see straight, but frequently hurrahed for Greeley when he meant Bois 1) Arc, or Gallin ipper. If such was the case, we can easily account for his report of the races a day or two since, in which he spoke of the " beautiful sorrel mare Twenty Cents." Happy local we say, who has the right to farm out his duties to subs, and then the effrontery to accuse them of drunkenness and incapacity- AkbBsTBD. Sheriff Swift arrested Battle Snake Dick and a man by name of Chamberlain, on Saturday night charged with robbing Mr. Stone not long since near Empire. These individuals are old convicts and have been hanging around Carson for some time. We do not know what evidence there is against them, but the Sheriff has them safe now, and will keep them for further orders. It is a shameless act for two old line Democrats like these to rob one of their most eminent speakers, who labors so hard for the success of their cause, on his return from the scene of his political auues at mpire. J udge Hawley. Some misunderstand ing of arrangements by some body, brought Judge Hawley to Carson to speak to us on Saturday night, which did not take place, nnd his arrangements are such .s to con pel him to leave us without the p ensure of hearing him. He cannot posi- bly spe; K to us during the canvas, as the time is all taken np by previous engage ments. , We are sorry, for by this misuu-derstasding-we an deprived of the pleas ure of Lenring him. ....... . . 1 Dundkbbebo Mink. We learn from Dr. Munckton who owns the majority of the stock; fn this mine, and who has lately come in from there, that the mine never looked better or more promising than at present. The new body of ore struck lately is exceedingly rich, and de velopments snow it to be extensive. This rich body of ore is supposed to be on or near the west wall, although they nave not yet cut through the ledge, but nave cut through forty feet of quartz, showing that the ledge is at least of that width, and has a rich pay streak on both walls and will pay well all the way through. The doctor is looking for more miners to send there to work, and wil as soon as possible, put up a Stedtifeldt furnace to work the ore, and make it the best paying mine on the coast, for the rock is rich and an immense quantity of it, bat is too base to work by the ord narv mill Drocees. We wish the doctor luck; he deserves it. A Bow and thx Result. On Satur day after the first heat between Bois D'Arc, Gallinipper, and Twenty Cents, a man by name of John Dunn a part owner of Gallinipper, ran np and down before the radges stand with an army six shooter in his hand, and swore vengeance on the judges, for what he considered foul start of the horses. It looked beliger- ant for a time, until bbenff bwift and Constable Stern went for him, and took him, and his gun off the track, and him to jail. Some of his friends were foolish enough to think they could run this town, but we think not while Swift is Sheriff. Dunn rested in jail until night when he was discharged. Another row ocenred on the track later in the day, which was quieted by the MienS in a short time, and all went slow, after they saw the Sheriff was bound to stay around, ready tor any emergency that might anse. Fox. Not the fox of the sour grapes. but John G. Fox of the mammoth book and jewelry store, has receivwd from be low a new showcase of beauty and value. It is ten feet long and two feet wide, with a silver frame, and the show glass is full size of the purest frenrh plate, and about five eights of an inch thick. It is truly a thing of beanty, and will be a joy for ever to those who come to view his splen did rot of new jewelry through this crys tal case, it became a matter of necessity for Fox to purchase this case, to make room for his new jewelry which he has in such quantities that tie old case would not hold it. Wc don't know of finer showcases in town than the two he now has, and it don't cost a cent to go and look at them and the valuable jvrr-Iry mey contain. The Last or the Races, We announce with pleasure that to-day is the close, the final wind np of the Fall races. The unfinished race betweeen Bois D'Arc, Gallinipper and Twenty Cents will to-day be decided some way, and unlock and put in circulation the thousands of coin in pools and side bets. The indues ad journed this race yesterday until to-day at 2 o clock p. m. We have the authority of Mr. Winston for saying that no gate money will be taken to-day. That it is free to all who wish to see the wind np of a long winded but interesting race. Railroad Matte&s. We are informed that the track around the ruined tunnel was to be completed last night, and that trains will be run over it to-day. This has been done very rapidly for so exten sive a work. It has been surveyed, grad ed, and track laid around the point on a very sharp curve, for fhe distance of about 1700 feet, in less than a week. The depot and freight house here will soon be done, and we understand the Company's buildings at the Mound House are rap idly approaching completion. Attempted Assassination. On Friday night a man by name of Thomas Corri- gan, the trainer of Pill Box, was attacked in the stable attatched to the race course by some unknown person and badly beat en about the head with a rock or some hard substance. His face and head was badly bruised and cut, and his skull frac tured. Dr. Waters is attending the man, who is doing as well as can be expected and will probably recover. It remains a mystery wno mate wis murderous as sault. Gov. Woods. We take pleasure in an nouncing that Governor Woods of Utah will address the citizens of Ormsby coun ty at the Theater on to-morrow night. He is pronounced by all who have had the pleasure of hearing him as the finest and most forcible speeker on the coast. We are glad he has come lo talk to us. and we predict a crowded house to hear him and learn the truths he promulgates. New Job Press. This office received a new eighth-medium Globe press on Sat urday, which is a beauty; in fact our senior thinks it perfection itself. It is as pretty as a picture, and will do the best and neatebt work of any press in the State. Anyone wanting a neat job done, can be accommodated now at this office on short notice. Speaking at Genoa. We are informed that Hon J. P. Jones and Govenor Woods of Utah addressed a large and enthusias tic meeting at Genoa on Saturday night, and taught the true doctrines of Republi canism in an eloquent, forciable and fear less manner, to an immence crowd of well pleased citizens. ' Fire. Last night about ll1, o'clock a fire broke out just west of the round house, in a new cabin that was but par tially completed, and burned it and sev eral thousand feet of lumber that lay close by. The engine companies were on hand but could get no water, and went home disgusted, tor a time it was sup posed to be the round house and brought out a large crowd to the scene of the con flagration. Cigars. Lovers of fine Havanas go to Brooks'. He imports direct from Cuba and knows his are the genuine article. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 0RUG3 AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, MKRIOR CHEMICALS, Etc, Etc Dispensing Chemist, If AS CONSTANTLV IN STORE AT I hi Dlace of busineea. corner of CARSON and KING streets, a full and complete assortment of everything pertaining to nrst-class Drue store; and keeps, la weir season, ail cnoice va rietiea of Field and Garden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which foods fresh supplies art being received daily. N. B. Particular attention paid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTIONS At all hours of the day and night. WA continuation of past tavors is solicited. 1-tf O. P. WILLIS. DRUGS! DRUGS! DRUGS! C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY TyHOLESALE AND RETAIL, DEAL Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Garden Seeds, Etc., Etc. AMO, Pure Wines and Liquors Far Medlrtaal Ceo. PERFUMERY. Just received, a fine assortment of THE BB6T FREKCH AND ENGLISH taU aad KianUn It. C. F fJOLTOX, RUGGIST AND APOTHECARY THE UNDERSIGNED WILL GIVE hia personal attention to compounding phy sicians' prescriptions and dispensing medicines, and having had more than THIltTV YEAK8 ex perience as an apothecary, is confident that hs can srive satisfaction. Prescriptions Cohfouhded at a ix Horas. 1-tf C. F. COLTON. FOR RENT. flHE STORE NOW OCCfPIED BV M. M. Levy. Possession given immediately. o8-tr H. r . KICK. Agent. OR SALE One Fine Dwell I ag- a ad Lot, centrally located, and well FurntHhad, price i-J.nOu. Inquire of oj J. E. LADD. IkWEU.ni'6 WANTED A Pratr ale. -a sires to Purchase a Dwelling with fonr or five rooms. Inquire of oTJ J. E. LAID. DWELLING W ANTED A Party de sires to Purchase a Dwelling with Sfven fciht rooms. Inquire of of J. L. LADD. (!OK SALE A Fine Lot and DweL - ling, centrallv located. Price f-liio. Inquire of oS) J. E. LADD. CONTRACT TO LET-A Contract to J chop from 800 to 10!U Oorda of Wood, at $3 Tec.ru. Inquire of ) J. E. LADD. 1.rAXTED 14 Wood " ouireof fot.ti'i Splitte J. E. re, I-u- LADD. WASTED-80 Wood Choppers. In- w V quire of -tfJ J. E. LADD. IVANTED One Ranrhmaa to da v general work. Inouire of 4. E. LADD. rATED-A party deairea to Kent a Hou&e of four or live rooms. Inquire of ot-tf i. E. LADD. TWO FIRST CLASS nOSTLF.Rft L one first clats Washer. Apply to K!3-tf I.ADD k KELLY. E E. LADD'K EMPLOYMENT OP. flee can furnish 0ook, WaiWrs and boys to arties iffftimig the p?roc. ot-tr JOHN C. FOX, Street, opposite the Capital, Carsoa DEALEK IK BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE, PIANOH, WATCHES and JEWELRY. Fancy GoocIh, 13te THIS ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS a complete aiwortnient of all kindg of ko Tioifs, spoBTiNo appahaxcb and shelf goods. V" Eastern papers and Magazines rtwiwed daily. ARcnt fur all the weeklios and Dalies of the Pacific Ooant. 1-tf JOHN O. FOX. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYEKS. OFFICE OF COCNTV TRE ASURER, Canon City, Onnsbv couuty, Nevada. 0rtu btr 21, 1872. Notice is hereby Riven (list the State and county Taxes fur the fiscal year of 1H72 .re now lue and payable at this office; and that the law in regard to their collection will be strictlv en forced. H. 8. MASON, Treasurer and ex-Offlcio Tax Receiver. N. U. On all taxes unpaid at the close of baa. ineas on the 18th day of November. I8T2, there will betes par cent, delinquency added. DRY GOOD8 AND CLOTHING. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! J. ROSENSTOCK'S GREAT CLOTHING STORE coimtt Milium, CAMHM tmiTr CANNM CUT T 1H NOW OPENING AND CON- X stantly receiving a One assortment of . . MEN AND BOYS' Fall and Winter dotliin" S7"OKEbS AND BUSINESS RtTTR IN TUK NEWtoT STYLE.' I lnvlt particular attention to my stock of (fall ua complete) BOYS' SUITS. The tn PRETTY, CHEAP and DURABLE I have alao s splendid sasislialillt of RATI ARB CAPS (of the very Latest Faahioo) FURNISHING GOODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY Traaks, T all Msea, Mattrasars, Bcd- uag, etc W have the best stork of CIOAM, of every known brsnd, to be found in the state, and in- I vite the attention or consumers thereto. if Joseph kosenktock. KOPPEL et PL ATT. WE HAVE JUST large supply of RECEIVED A FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINQ ALL THE LATEST STYLES And have also on hand riao Beavor Salts. Caahajsor Salts, dcloth Malta, Hata, Cap, Tlea, etc, etc. And a Urge supply of BAT CLOTHING, which we ofler for sale at the very lowest raves. CALL AND SKK. Carson City, Sept. , lHT'J. 1-tf OLCOVICH BROS., DEALERS IN DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE, ETC, ETC. THE LATEST AND BERT STYLES aad patterns of these staples always on nana. Place of business Corner of CARSON and FOI'KTH Street. Canon City. aierms cabu, and pricea to salt tba times. s E oe o S i (3 V H H U B H a r. e te I & I it H 2 o o O K III bl t I 5 e a J. E. LADD, SUOCSSSOB TO LADD Ac KEIdldY, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS. OFFICE t J. Rosenstock's Store, Conaty Balld'c CARSON CITT, NEVADA. AGENTS FOR THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON A GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFER FOR SALE: ROUSES, LOTS, LUMBER. FOR RENT: STORES, DWELLINGS, OFFICES, LODGINGS. i Also have connected OUR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, PERSOSS DESIROl'8 OF FINPINO SIT UATIONS CAN HE ACCOMMODATED. slK-tf .a. J. rmaa RICE & PETERS, Stools. - Brolcors Office with Wells. Farpo k Co., CAKKON ST., CARSON CITY.) IVriLL PURCHASE AND SELL f v STRICTLY ON COMMISSION M ning Stocks and other Securities dealt In by 1) e Han Francisco Stock and Exchange Board. W Advances made on approved stock and O her securities. Oamon, Oct. I, lffg. ol-tf GROCKRIE8, PBOVISIOM AKD UQCORS. M. O. CHAMBaaiJl , ... . CHBMtT.. MA80N, CHENEY ft CO., Omcc amd Haussoom Pernod Block, corner of Camnn snd Triumph street; Waauovea ajoraerof r'laaa and at oast CARSM CITT, REVAM. w ROLEN AXE AND RETAIL DEAL. era in Grocer la. Provisions, Flour and Feed, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Paints and Oils, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc SWe have the Isrsvwt and beat rtoe-nraaf Warehouse la the State, and are pre eared to ra- ertve Uraia and General Merchandise on STOR AGE at all times, aad lo make CASH AiiVAjiCaa on the same. Ootids delivered free of chirm la all Parts of the city and la any part of the earroandiof coeav try. l-U HABOH, IHKHET CO. JACOB ToimiNEn DBALCB Uf GROCER I E 8 AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, XAlxrt3 and Oils Also, GENTLEMEN'S Z. Furnishing Goods Ceraer (anss aad Msarr 8ta, CARMR CITT, REVAtA a-M TIU3 IIIXT Family Grocery IN CARSON CITY, cobkcb op anto and obmkby Tnr.rr THE t-NDERKIGNED HOPE TO succeed in sustaining the reputation of hia place of business sa the favorite family Sim ei or the place by constantly keeping a full supply of all choice kinds of Staple Groceries, Canned Cassia, Pot ua Jaeaia, lae uua, fare Wtaee, etc., ear. Mesidrs all kindsof WOODEN AND WIL O. WAUK, TINWAHK, etc., etc. CALL. AND SEE ME. u. r. FOMTEa. N. B. noeds delivered In all parte uf the city and nclpnhirhncd. 1-tf PUBLIC SPEAKING. n II. TAYLOR WILL ADDRESS Mm the people on the political uwuca of tha day, at: Reao Friday Oct. 1" Wlaaesnacca....SatareIay Orb I I nionvllle Monday Oct. ! Austin Tharadajr Oct. S4 Eareha Friday Oct. M Ramiltoa Satarda Ort. M Piorhe Monday Oct. ! Treaaara City. ..Weaaeeday ...Oct. M Shelaara Tba red ay Ort. ! Nprucrm.nl ....Friday ....Nov. , I Elko Monday Nov. , 4 olw-t.l PUBLIC SPEAKING. HON. C W. KENDALU DEVO crattr aad Liberal KiiDUblicau nominee for ConirrcKS.will adiln K. the pivple on the iHilltlcal topica of the day, at: Sprarv Mt Friday Oct. IH Shelbarn Saturday Oct. It Hamilton Monday Oct. at Pioche Wednesday ....Oct. Kan-ka Friday Oct. A Austin Satarday Oct. Hrlcnont . . . Monday ........Oct. Carson City Wednesday. ...Oct. 110 Dayton Friday Norn. I Virginia City. . .Saturday No. 9 P. 8. lly mutual agreement, C. C. Ooodwia, Republican nominee for Cougresa, will meet Mr. Kendall at roost of the above mentioned places Ol 1-141 E. B. RAIL, Coraer of Caraon aad Seeoad Streela, Caraon, Nevada. IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND retail dealer in HARDWARE! Iron and Steel, Coal, Coal and Wood Stovoa, Powder, Fuse, Shot, Sledges and Wedges, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Crockery and Classware, Rope and Twine, Lamps and Bar Fixtures, -Silver and Plated Ware, Sheet Iron and Tin Ware, Wood and Willow Ware, Cas Pipe and Fixtures, Doors, Windows and Blinds, Comprising the most contnlete - tnanni at goods in tlio Slate, and for aaln at CHEAPER RATES lhan arc offered fry any hnuso between Kerra uienUi and Chicago. , PRACTICAL TINNERS A PLUMBERS Ready to do any work to their line on short cot ice. I-" E. B. RAH.