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carson City daily appeal
FORTY YEARS AGO TODAY (Continued from Pause One) A Mlllerlte declared the. world was about to come to an end. An eastern paper began a crusade, to unite the Atlantic and Pacific oc eans with a tunnel through the Kocky Mountain)). The Appeai coin mended the meth od of Nathaniel I Willis who Ire- quently Hpent an hour on the con-J Miructlon or a single sentence, be- j cause of the growing tendency of j rapid and sensational writing. Things were beginning to stir In Frauce, presaging the Commune und t ht war wiiu Germany. Telegraph lines were down east of Mall Lake. Marshal Chedic reported 322 child- ! ren In Ormsby county. j The "mull agent" on the C. 1. mail ! car was roasted rwrn he threw j letters Into the w rong sack by the j buudle almost constantly. Nowadays ; he U roasted and flred if lie gets a1 single letter In the wrong sack. V. He T. railroad had a payroll of $120,000 for the month. New York had no less ihun 22 in corporated cities. A man was robbed in Cold Mill 1 of $I2mi. He sold bacon and ham ' and hailed from the "Sacramento ' river." Opening of the Suez canal was an- 1 nounced for September. A telegram was advertised for Fitz Aleiner, "a sutler." The telegraph 1 otllce at Ulenbrook was opened. Mrs. Oeorge Lewis received $5ooit j jfroni the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, her husbands Insurance. 1 ladles of the M. K. Church an- , nounced an Ice cream party at the I church. (Jeorge Trent ice published u pane- j gyrlc on a stimulant that did not In- ! toxlcate. ! Five carloads, J2 tons, of lutuer, arrived from the east at Sacramento. llrlgham Young told Judge Truin- , bull that he would probably hear of j a lot of federal officers being run out j of Utah. Trumbull told him to i watch out for President Grant if it ! happened. j Professor Hermann was expected ; In Carson City with his slight of hand performance. The Appeal re- j fers to him as "Deacon Sheldon" known to many pioneers of Califor nia. Herman died after be became the greatest slight of hand man that ever lived. A hole was punched through the tunenl at American flat on the V. fc Wages of miners at the Kberhard! j mine, Hamilton, were cut from $." to $4. Tho Appeal howled loud und long about the proposition for the Federal government to pay up on confederate bonds. Frank Ulair lauded confederate boidlers and was made to apologize by northern men. Judges Johnson and Whitman pre sided at a session of the supreme court. MINING INSPECTOR BUSY State Mining Inspector Stuart is busy arranginglng a report on the mining industry of the state, Its his tory, production and present status, for presentation at the Mining Con gress at Goldfleld. He has asked for data from all sources to support the claim that of the entire value of the precious met als in the world so far recovered, Nevada has produced over one-fourth Appeal flies, copies of reports and li brary are open to him. The work of compilation is enormous but Stuart is working away at it with the aid of his stenographer, and will have it ready for the mining congress when it meets at Goldfield. o-o BIOGRAPHICAL CALENDAR According to most autiioiities, to day is tne 370th anniversary of the birth of that prince of adventurers. Sir Francis Drake. Sonii' historians give 1545 as the year in which the momentous event occurred but July 14, 1539 is the generally accepted date. o-o EMPIRE CITY RACING NKW YORK. July 14. Racing at the Yonkers track of the Fmpire City Jockey Club will begin this after noon and continue until July 31. A six-ilay a-week program has been ar ranged for the meet, which promises to be highly successful. A feature of the card is the Kni- pire City handicap, a $."o.oo event at a mile and a furlong, in which the crack horses now i-unrtered in the metropolitan quarter will be seen. o-o Kverjn Thaw was on the witness stand yesterday to testify for her husband and she never even noticed him nor he her. Mercy. KETCHEL TO FIGHT FLYNN LOS ANGELES, July 14. Stanley Ketchel, middleweight champion of the world, will be tried out against a heavyweight tonight, when he meents Jim Flynn, the lighting fire man in a ten-round, no decision bout at Naud Junction. Many Elks will witness the battle. BANISH CD yiwpi.s. fjlotehs, sore.s. humors. ;uut eruptions, by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Di-vovery. Fur a pmr complexion, und 1 1.. i.i i .... 1U1 lilt- pwvI IJUHMI 11IUV l I causes it, this is the liest V 1 of all known remedies. In every disease, or dis order of tiiekin or scalp, in every tr iiilile that J" al I I I I comes i ruin impure niotxl, I I ' I I t,H " lh-overy " is the U. 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CHURCH BUILDING For the convenience of the sub scribers, who so kindly assisted us, and of the Trustees, the subscription notes have been placed in the hands of Stanley Tower, our duly author ized Collecting Agent at thu Carson Valley Bank, who will receipt for all payments made. Installments can be paid to him at tho Lank, or if more convenient. He viil call on sub scribers. tf George E. Kitzmeyer. Dorsey Note ware, Dr. A. Huffaker. J. W. Kobinson and Edmund Robinson, Trustees. W. H. D. Hornadav, Pastor. ABE GETS AUTO RIDES lu order to give Abe Kuef an auto 311 often, his attorney has subpoe nend him In cases he knows nothing about. He Is hauled into court ov er a route he selects hlmoelf, some times miles in extent. o-o Jake Muller has a huge shipment of bran new and unique post cards. A. M. Duncan Is here enroute to the Masonic district. Park Theatre OLDEST PLAY HOUSE IN CARSON CITY Five Reels Moving Pictures Two Illustrated Songs i 5C. Saturday Matinee 5C. 2 P. M DOORS OPEN 7:30 Prices lOcts. and I5cts. Horn's Builders Attention! The Rickey Tract will be thrown open to purchasers as soon as the plat is filed with the City Trustees Lots may be selected and reserved, subject to approval of thy plat by the city, by application to RAY B. GROWELL. The tract adjoins the Governor's Mansion on the west, is divided by the extension of Robinson Street and the water main passes through it. The lots are the most desirable in or near the city Lots larger by half than other city lots From $150 to $400 each Apply for information RAY B. GROWELL, phone 2-5-6 9 0 I I (i-f--3JStl!S4ia94 I SAGEBRUSH CLUB NOTES ! Mr. Trenmor Coffin lias been ap pointed Assistant Secretary of the 1 Club. The board of directors has de cided to discontinue Ladies' Nights unt il i Spanish War Veterans v ili tender the allied societies a ball aYid ban quet Friday evening at the Armory. Jess Tranter is so much improved that he is our. of bod and walking the first Monda in September, around the hospital in Reno. AYGRAFT STABLES FEED, SALE AND LIVERY BEST STOCK AND SAFEST VEHICLES READY AT ALL TIMES FOR ANY SERVICE Heavy Auto for Hire FOR TRIPS TO LAKE TAHOE, VIRGINIA CITY AND ALL MINING CAMPS IF YOU GET RAYCRAFT'S RIGS YOU LAND ON TIME Phone Day or Night, 151 CARSON CITY, NZVADA. & T. R. R. Time Table TAKING EFetCi THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1908 Trains From Virginia to Carson and Reno STATIONS Saa j Local Francisco ICxjires" Passenger - i . irginia .. j 1 icparts- Departs ! !:." ji. in. 7:4.". a. in. jdold Hill . Departs Departs j lu p. in. 7:.r)t; a. in. ; Mound I louse ' A rrives Arrives : ",::!() . in. s:.,.. a. in. . Departs- ll)eiarts .". j). in. 8:40 a. in. - Carson Arrives Arrives i ;:mi p. m. :i:L'o a. m. ' 'in it - : i l')e parts- - i Departs-- .Hi: no a. in. Ueno II: Id p. ni. Arrives- j lArrives ,11 :40 a. in. Trains hrom Reno to Carson and Virginia CASTOR I A lor Infant! and Children. Tbi Kind You Have Always Bought brs the Signature of CLARK'S CRUISES OF THE "CLEVELAND" (HamhurK-American Line) 18,000 torn, brand new, superbly fittid. ROUND the WORLD From New York Octoher lfi. 1909; from San Francisco Feh. a, 1910. nearly four months, costing only $G50 AND UP, including all expenses afloat und ashore. SPECIAL FEATURES Maderia Egyptt India, Ceylon, Burma, Java, Borneo, Phillipplnes, Japan An un usual chance to visit unusually at tractive places. 12th Annual Orient Cruise, Feb. 5, 1910 by North German Lloyd S. S. 'flroriser Kurfuerst," 73 day includ ing 24 days Egypt and Palestine, $400 up. FRANK C. CLARK, Times Bldg, N. Y. OUIMOEMENT 11 1 f 5 I i L WE are pleased to announce to our advertisers, subscribers and others interested that The Appeal begins the second half of the year 1909 with a larger bona lido circulation than any other evening paper in this district. This circulation is of the very highest class and covers Douglas County as well as Ormsby and Storey. I " I THE APPEAL is the official paper for the State of Nevada, the official paper for the County of Ormsby and the official paper for the City of Carson. ADVERTISERS get better results from space in The Carson City Daily Appeal than from any other paper in the State for the same amount of money expended in advertising. I The moral of all this is obvious: Advertise in The Appeal STATIONS The ; Virginia j Kx press I.oc.il Passenger Reno 'Departs 8 -.oil a. in. ( 'arson I Arrives i'.i:4r a. m. ; I ic parts kciid a. in. Arrives- I0:::i' a. in. I " parts H:;:r, a. in. 1 1 : 07 a. in. 11:17 a. in. Mound I iottsi- Cold lliil Virginia Departs Arrives :5:2U p. m. Departs : to p. in. 1 :.') p. in. Arrives VIM) p. ni. Departs .1 :'." p. in. :;: 17 p. in. ;::!; p. m. Carson and Minden i DK PARTS Carson City...1 Indian School :)."" a. in. Hot Springs.. 10:0" a. ni. 10:17 a. in. I louglas ; 1 0: 27 a. m. Minden Arrives lo::!.", a. in. ARKI V l'.- 12:0.". 1 1 : r,:i 1 1 : 43 1 1 : Leave 11:25 p. 1. ! 1. P- in. in. in. in. n u 6 V H. M. YERINGTON General Manager A. M. ARDERY, Superintendent E. B. YERINGTON, Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent NEW MANAGER The Hoherts Concrete Construction Company has appointed C. C. Lewis its resident agent and manager and he is prepared to furnish estimates and figures on all kinds of cement and concrete work. Ail work is guaranteed hy the com pany and done at a lower rate than can be obtained elsewhere. Call or phone the Arlington Hotel. Phone number 731. j9tf Subscribe for The Appeal.