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THE SEW DAILY APPEAL
CARSON': TUESDAY s s s t NOV. 1. MI.MXC STOCK REPORT. Reported Daily, specially fur the Sew Appeal, by Kick k Pictkm, Stock Broken, in Wells, Farga & Co' ollice. Canon. S.ur Frikcisco, Nov. lltn. HORNING BfcPOBT. 70 Overman, 7a 20 Justiee, 8 :io Caledonia, 25. 26, 26. 47. 27 blO, 27 SJO Knickerbocker, 5J, S, 5'., 0 Baltimore, 2 U JO Krlipse, 1U H New York Con, 1H WO Central So 2, 4 jyo Occidental. 2! 300 Si liator, ;Jc 1110 Woodvilte, T1, 7. 8 aw Ophir, 3, 57, Sfi)-, 57 b30, 57 blO JO Alpha, 4S 60 Gould and Curry, 210, 212 ?s b30, 210, 215 b SO 55 Erst anil Belcher. 7 llH) Sivnge, 1H, '.ll.Wi.Sl 283 Choilar. B6, 07, 68, 6"J, 68 30, C3!,69 b 10, US.'-, b 30 40 Hale and Xoroross' 7D, 78 30 Confidence, ll.'s, 12 5'JO Con VirKiuia. fio. 62 M0. 61, G0!, 61'4 70 Sierra Scvaita, 15V l-'e ltU Crown Point, 120, 124 b30, 121, 121 S4. 122, 125 Mo 170 Yellow Jacket, 103, 102!i, 102, lltt.Hi :rt) Imperial. 10 U 'J.'iO Knipire Mills, 0 oO tiold H1H (JuarU, 5 loo Belrhcr, 105, 100, 10S b30, 107 b3, 107, 107 '4, 10U Wo, los AFTERNiVX KKPOnT. 2225 Meadow Vallev. 21, 21' b:i, 22 MO. 21', 1 21', 22 b-SJ, 21 3U, 21 i4, 21 M 710 liannond and Kir, 12:1, 122V. 1j3', 124 bl", 124 H OS, 127 M0. 124". s3 (3 r.urtka t i n, 21, 20", 2o,, 21 W0 3720 I'ha-nix, .S',. 3'T.rwSO. 3-, lrt) Piortae, 12 , 12, 12.'-, 12'4 150 Jackson. 50c :t.) Washington and Creole, 3, 3 J. Pipe, 2, 2 10H Alps. 5"i M0 If Flas. 13 50 Bowerv, 1 4 . 1180 Hunt 4 'v. 4J, s.10. t, lsi 750 Silver Peak, ihi, $ l.V Chapman. 1 H. 1 ;i5 SprinK Slonntain, 1J4 75 Iiigoliiar, 1 u. ! ai Cou-Jor. 1'., l' 5n Belmont. 4 J3t Chief Hill, 5',:. 5'.. 5',. 3'4 (30 .JI5 Newark, 5. 4'4, 5, 51. b) 100 Louise. iKk-ts 100 Pioclie Ph.enJx, 3J 50 Hermese. 13 !i0 Chart Oak, 2 rC Standard. 2'i, 2!. "j) Eureka (li. VJ. IS Ti l.itldeu Chariot, 1.1, 14 30 Ida Klaiore. . )U Maluniotb, 4lk-t :t7o MaboKnv 12. 13. UH h.70 IN) Cliollar. on1. 70 b), 70 b30, Oi'-j 110 Belcher. 105 j-a) Con Virnia, Jo, CO b30, 17, 5C, 55, 53, 52. e.b.s. 51S. 7 Go old t:urry. 210 HOTEL. A li RIVALS. 1ST. CHlFTV HOTEIV GEO. TCIXT, FBOFKIETO.. C H ner Ji Hener J M.J'anning Mrs M lloarafe D HoRrafe W fcovd A Paiit'xrg F Frevert. H Tileke A W Lewis, G H Hamilton F Kabkee l Murphy W lYaeer J llowland OEM'BT BOCSE B. H. MEPEB a SO!, FKOBirTORS Pavid Smith. l,t-o Mi aiilero W Kendall i: B lta:l J li Meder G F Marhew A Kay lea, J A Johnson David J 1 Bethel G Vlett and wife Encai' Smith and aon Ja o c a 1 iv s The Magnolia, by Xljrht. If is a pleasure to visit this commo dious anil orderly saloon, especially in the eveuiug. when the ruu-ss of the male mipnhition t'f Carson anil vicinity get afloat. Yon find it then thronged with individuals of every shape, dress and gen eral appearance, who, having finished the lauors of the day, are out for a while to be loose,' in qnest of amusement and recreation. In addition to a large num ber of our own business men, and other permanent relics of the community, an influx of employees on the Pacific Kail road a race of quick-stepping, go-ahead, business looking fellows dressed out in the latest cut, flow in nightly and make themselves practically at home in the Magnolia, by active participation in ad that is going on. The proprietors, "Messrs. Gaige & Hay, are polite and courteous; and by their unobtrusive at tention they succeed in impressing their numerous guests with a feeling of quiet welcome. Even to an unsophisticated liieal, who could, to say the best, cut only j;u awkward figure with those who par ticipate actively in its various pastimes, the Magnolia oilers a cosy side-seat, from which he may liKjk around undisturbed and comment with internal satisfiiction upon the multifarious workings of the human brain and heart, as revealed by gesture, facial contortion, or, best of all, as let loose in the richest of rich slangs the not forgotten, but still cherished, comic and searching phraseology of early d?.ys in California and Nevada. Kousd-Housb, Focsdbt asd Maceike Saor. These invaluable additions to Carson are, then, really to be. But as to the site of the buildings, their size, manner of construction, etc., we have not been able as yet to learn anything defi nitely. Our energetic citizen, Col. Abe Curry, has contracted to do the work, which is enough to insure its being done speedily and well. The fearful weather has kept us from hunting him up to get the full particulars, which he promised us, and which we shall try and have ready for our readers in to-morrow's issue. JJoixs Yields Again. The winds Were oat atplav last night. If anyone hits picked up Mr. F 's red shawl, or the disintrefiated parts of .Captain Pray's lumber yard, please return the same. Canon ConaollflBtoal Mining Company Judge Wells informs us that this com pany was engaged iu prospecting nnd did some work in the vicinity of our town about ten years ago. They reprospected during the latter part of last summer, and being encouraged in their search for the precious, began work again in earnest the 13th of August. A force of four men was at first employed which has lately been increased to six. A shaft has been sunk to the depth of forty feet. Some average specimen ore assayed at lteno turnud out 42 50 to the tou. The mine of the ConsoliilateCoropany, ispleasantly situated about four and a half miles south-west lf Carson. The judge and family have taken up their abode at the scene of operations, and he has spared no pains and expense in the way of building to make pleasant winter quar ters, and to insure the uninterrupted continuance of the work in spite of wind, rain, snow, etc. Man ob Woman. We yesterday enjoy ed the privilege of a chat with an old and esteemed Empire friend, Mr. S. E. Jones. He, with Judge Morris our lately elected County Commissioner, and John Hansen of the Yellow Jacket, forau a trio of as agreeable, straightforward, and courteous school trustees as a teacher could wish to work fur. These gentlemen have been trying to secure the services of a male teacher iu place of Mr, Sessions resigned, but so far they have not been successful, and it seems that they have alxmt arrived at the conclusion that they will be able to put up with one of the softer sex. They are resolved upon this, however; thut they will employ no one who shall not have first given the most satisfactory evi dence of culture, and of skill in teaching. The school at Empire is in all respects, as peasant as a mixed school can be. it js in reat measure essentiallv primary; yet it contains a few youngsters who demand of their tutor that he be possessed of a thorough and easv familiarity with tne entire round of the requirements for a first grade certificate. As to tne deport ment of the children, that is first-rate, until the spirit of old nick gets into them. LrSAtt Rainbow "Quick! Did you ever see a lunar rainbow? See there! there! Now: make a note of it!" These were the words of our excited Senior, as he rushed back and threw the office door open. And sure enough, there stood the rarely-to-be-seen silver arc, distim tiy traced upon the body of a dense, wide spreadtng snow-cloud, which seemed resting for support against the howling ' zephyrs,' upon the summit crest of our w tstern nills. no else was so lorr.b nate as to behold this rare phenomenon ? Who was lucky enough to be looking in the nvht direction at the auspicious mo ment last evening ;'. about six, or may be ten minutes later? Will Tcne Pianos. As will be learned bv reference to a new advertisement iu this morning's ArrEAL Mr. Jacob Zech will lie here this week and while here will give his attention to orders fortuning pianos ana putting tntm in order, l nose who ought to know say that Zech is very skillful in the delicate "business of tuning; and we congratulate our friends here who don't own pianos that this early op portunity is to be offered for such as own specimens of that favorite instru ment to get them so attuned to the sensi tive auricular nerves of humanity as that our amateur musicians may no lunger transfix us with the twanging of ear splitting discords. Lots op Splendid Things in the Dry Goods Line. We dropped in to see friend Jacob yesterday morning and have a chat, with him; and while loitering about his store he pointed out here ther and everywhere smae of the elegant things he and Morris have been receiving lately. There ere some beautiful shawls for just a mere song; silk dress patterns of great beauty and marvelonsly cheap; furs of surpassing loveliness and ribbons and tapes and poplins and pins and "lots of rinirs and things to wear and feathers enough to plume her." These are some of Sheyer Jc Munis' Winter stock. Bad LrtK or Bai Shooting. Which? Yesterday the mountains around Wash oe lake rang with the echos of fourteen double barrel guns which were dis charged, ibuing at least ten minutes after the beginning of twilight, as rapidly as they conld be loaded. Make a low esti mate and say ."JIKi shots were fired ! How many ducks then ? Be liberal and say 20. Then we have one duck for every 25 shots ! This was Ixid if.- ( ?) Two of the sportsmen claim lfi ducks together, one 12 and the other 4. How are we then to divide the remaining 4 ducks among the remaining 12 hunters ? Con undrum. Mason and Ten Ter Cent. Taxpayers; Procrastination is the thief of time." This is the last week for taxpaying. Next Monday the County Treasurer's books will be closed ; and all who come after wards will be required to pay an ciiMif ioiiI tax of tn per ctnt ! To Advertisers. Don't all speak at once but bear in mind yon can have your advertisements changed to your fancy each month and no questions asked. A word to the wise is sufficient. Mb. BrreunoAiR state that on his way to Carson from Virginia yesterday he 'beard it mn) or d in Gold Hill that Ed. Pattea waa dead. Personal and Speculative. Mr. John Sproston showed himself in onr town last evening, and on onr question ing him we found that he was not on his usual insurance raid upon our good citi zens, but ns the special ugeut ol tne Louisville Lottery; and he informs us that already over seven hundred thou sand dollars wortn ol ncKets nave been sold, and that he has positive instruc tions to sell none after the 2-ith inst.; and he will leave for Louisville on the 2(th with his accounts, to be present at the drawing on the 7th December. Mr. J. E. Ladd is agent for the tickets in Carson. Dcxdebbkbo Minb. Dr. Mont-kton is at this time one of the happiest men in our community; and why should he not be ? He is not married yet, but he is rendered oblivious to that fact, for the present at least, by the overwhelming success of the Republican partv and the not less inspiring prospects of his pet the Dunderberg. lie leaves us in a day or so, for his mine with four'exjierienced miners from the Crown Point, accom panied by a brother of Mr, J. P. Jones. These are auspicious omens. Luck to the doctor and other worthy Caisouites interested with him ! Mr. Ccshino. We are gratified, and so will many others who know Mr. Cnsliing and have sympathized with him in his second long and painful illness, be gratified likewise to learn that he has so nearly recovered, as to come out yester day and take a short walk. We hope to see him soon entirely restored to health. Continues III. We learn with regret that Mr. Hochholzer is seriously ill ; but we are glad to shite that the doctor thinks he will come out all right. DRUGS AND MEDIi lXES. drugs: drugs: drugs: C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, DEAU er in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Card en Seeds, Etc., Etc. 1UO, Pure Wines and Liquors For Mt'cllrtnal Vats rKUKUM Kit V. J oat Neeivf-il. fln assortment nf TEE BEST FRENCH AND ENoLlSH 1PEIEL'1PTTM'13'11."K Call anil Examine It. . J". COLTOX, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY rllHK tXDERSIBXRD Wll.t, (itVK I his perwmal attuitiou toi-ompmimliliK l li.v sii ians' I'res-TipUojiH aud tfisjH-niliK nx-dic-iiii-, and having Lad more tlian THIKTV YEAKfc r. perieni-e as an apothecary, is conuiii-lit tiiat ha can pive :ttil action. Vl'kisciuiuoKs Coarorsnr.DAX all Horns. 1-tf C. F. COLTON. DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS, Etc-, Klc, Etc Dispensing Chemist, HAS CONST A XTIi Y IX STORE AT his Waoe of busiiit-sn. rt mt t of CAltSOX and KINO sillier, a full arduuil't" assortment of ivi-rytliiiiji jHTtamirii; to a trstass irun Store: and kill's, in thiir Biasoii, all i noire va-ritti- of Field and Carden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which goods fresh auj.rliii! a.- bun; received dally. X. 1. Particular attention paid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTIOXS At all hours of the dav and niyLt. VA continuation ol liast fuv. ra is aoI-it d. 1-tf . O. P. WILLIS. CANDIES! CANDIES! Fresh and Pure a Sparkling Dew! Alacufai tun CI i vory day of the beat materia' uy CANT V at WAGXr,It, WHOLESALE AND r.ETAILCOXFECTIONEKS, No. 107 Montgomery Street, San Francikco. mac ATTENTION OF THE TRADE I to railed to onr immense assortment of Can dfc and other good tnitable for the HOLIDAYS, And warranted to keep in all climate. IPrirai LOW and TEKH.S LIBERAL. ' Orders tra lb Interior praoptij and cmrrfsllw a. ,,... - ri-av DRY GOODS ASD CLOTII1NQ. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! J. ROSENSTOCK'S GREAT CLOTHING STORE COUNTY BMtDINO, CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY I AM NOW OPEMX6 AND C OX tantly receiving a line assortment of MEN AND BOYS' Fall and Winter Clothing WDHESS ASD UrMXEWt RI1TS IN THE NEWEST 8TYLE." I invite particnlar attention to my atock of (full and complete BOYS' SUITS. They are rilKTTV, CHEAP and DVKABLE I have also a splendid assortment of HATS AND CAPS K the Very Lat.t Faahiot.) rURNISHINC GOODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY Trunk, of all Size. Mattrauea, Hi'il dlnjr, Etc have the best stork of CIOAI1S. of rvrry known brand, to lm found In the Mate, and iu. vite the attintiou of consumers thereto. i-tf Joseph ihisknstock. KOPPEL & PL ATT. W7-E HAVE .IIST RECEIVED A T T lari,'c supi-ly of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINO OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES And have also on hand Fine Reavor Stilt. C'nshmere Suit, Broaili'lolli Suit, lint, t ap, Ties etc., etc. And a lame supply nf BAY t'l.OTHINO. which we uner tor sale at Die verv lowrat rate. CALL AND hEE. Carson City. S. i t. , KJ. 1-tf OLCOVICH BROS., DEALElltt IX DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE, ETC., ETC mHE LATEST AX BEST STYLES A. and patterns of these staple alwiiis in uuu. l lace of business Corner of CAItSOX and FoI'KTH ritivcts. Carson City. sTimia CASH, ami prices to suit the Mm 1-tf OLCOVITCH 111,'iiS. at! u O o m i, m- JS to -o : O : - l c c 3 CO K OS o 64 1 id OS h e T. es s es bl bl Z (0 e S a 2 -i t RAILROAD 'BUS jROM AND AFTER THIS DATE the nndersifmr d will run A REGULAR OMNIBUS LINE to coniH-ct MVrmn rind EwniiJi; with tho VIRCINIA & TRUCKEE R.R. Order lift at the St. Churlo "Intel. Ormshy House, or at uiy Lively Stable, will be promptly attended to. J. M. RCXTOX. TAKE WARNING. rpilH V. T. R.R. COMPANY ARE X anxious to taknlue precaution against at-ei-di uta ami loss of lite resulting from nitmiim of their trains; and tlx y take thi luethiHl of warn. iiu larents and ('Uardtiins airainst the ilalurora Atti-uuiuy the too eoututon practiie of ChiMrin )layintf about their Car and IocntiintiveK. Those havnit; m t uarce tne misiifia ox tue Coin. tiauy ftnil it in. possible to i-iuisi-aur boys, who freouent the termini mid stopping placi-s if the road iroin cliiobinR upon the ear ud etitiiues. and they will fn 1 thriust lvs obliged to res. at to more il - iilel measure if these auno-ant- are contitjiieil. Ill-cent accidents, which are wholly ascnbal le totlie carelessness of persons Jrtiiipiu on and off the cars w hen in motion, should la.- warning euout'b tn thi tr.tu lvi s. 1-U rl. M. YKKINHTON. Xup't. RICE & PETERS. Stools. - Brolcors Office with Wells. Tsrco k Co., CAliSOX ST., CV.KSUN CITY.) w ILL PrRCHASE AMD HELL STRICTLT OS C01IMI8BI0K M ninf Stork and other Beruritie dealt In by ti e Dan Francisco Hi or a and EaeUaapr Hoard. VAdeaace mad cn apprcvid itork and .her ecuntiea. Cuana, Cvt. 1, int. ot-tf UKOCMtlES. I-KOVUIIOJMI AMD LlgtOM. DAVIS & GILLSON ARK KTH.I. IN TUB rIEI.D ' WITH AN IMMENSE STOCK or GENERAL MERCHANDISE. rjlllElft COXSTAXTI.Y IXCRRASIM. trade keep them employed in nrl.Lifl.iHK their stock and supplying Ihs want of tfaiir nu tneroui rnatunnn with FroBh G-oodH! ...AT.... LOW ZlATZZS. HTM WOOD MEN TAKE NOTICE! J 1ST RECEIVED AXD MAf'KM atored In our new Iron Iaazlnc. 800 KEGS CALIFORNIA POWOER : And 50.000 Feet Fuse. D This Pnwttrr wn shirprd at rsr-load rat tnd will be aold at AULNT'S l'UICKM. , , DAVIS W CII.1.SOX. tl.-l.t4 DAVIS & GILLSON J jf AVE JVST RECEIVED BY RAIL. fi:i:fu from the kilns. Ti3ir to a California Lime! which they offir at lea rati- than et Isf.irs aold in l'riiu, Mag, Also on hand and fur sals CEMENT, PLASTER PA Rib, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS ....AMI.... WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES! aMf A WANT SUPPLIED! rjIHR PEOPLE Of CAHSOX MAVK long mi tile want oi . HAY SCAL,!! This want we have supplied 1y plarlnf In 1 osi lion oppoaiic our store on vl , HOWE'S FINEST HAY SCALES! capable of wrlKhlne 50.(K pnvnd. Tent ont your fastitoek n brlnf aloiw yetirWef ratts and loaded wanun. and issv them weighed, mt inn we ean vet some return lor tn nre-vy ut. lay that we hav been s ia aitylin Uua publio nei-ealty, . , , f . .. r.-. DAVIS CILLaOX.