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CARSON DAILY APPEAL
THE DAILY APPEAL
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
Published every eveni ug, Sunday excepted.
SAM P. DAVIS Editor and Publisher
OFFICE THE APPEAL ttLDG, CORNER OF MAIN AND 2d STREETS
TELEPHONE Main 315
One year by mall r f8 00
Six months by mail . Cc
Three months by mail l 00
Per week by carrier , 25
(Entered at the Carson Post. Office as second class matter)
imjNjLABE
THIS IS GOOD NEWS
A press dispatch from Cleveland
anoimces that Tom Johnson is to
manage Bryan's campaign next year
This is good news. Tom Johnson is
one of the few men who unite busi
ness acumen and organizing ability
to high ideals and rugged honesty,
knows every trick of the astute Re
publican managers and can give them
cards and spades and then beat them
at the game. He beat Mark Hanni
out in his own bailiwick of Cleveland,
and he is the only man that ever
beat Mark at any game from m:irbIos
tp politics. With Bryan's immense
popularity and Johnson's wonderful
facultv of organization and direcrioa.
the next Republican candidate for tlie i
president will know that he has b. ;i
in a race, when the shouting is over.
Tom Johnson is one of the big men
of the age. He is a half century
ahead of the masE of his countrymen'
In economic knowledge, or else he
would set in and adorn the chair of
thft CWef Magistrate of the Republics,
himself. His heart, his brain and his.
purse are all enlisted in the great
ause of the Single Taxi and because
with, a vision as clear as that of
Henry George himself, he sees the
cause ol poverty and would fain do
his fellow men service, the popular
stupidity would doubtless crucify his
honorable ambition to preside over
the naUu( U the cross of its own in
vinciUtrJ ignorance. We live, however,
in the hope of a better and wiser
time, and if it should happen to Tom
Johnson to stretch the span of his
honorable and useful life until the
dawning of that time, he will assured
ly be called by the oic?s of his
countrymen to the hi eh plac of
president of the United States.
If you are need of a new carpet or
linoleum, don't fail to call on F. W.
Day, at the little carpet store, two
blocks back of the Park Hotel. Ne.v
designs and patterns just arrived
from New York. Large assortment.
"""" co
ANNUAL STATEMENT
First Russian Insurance Company, St.
..Petersburg, Russia.
Capital (deposited) $200,000 00
Assets 506,200 to
Liabilities, exclusive of capi
tal and net surplus None
Income.
Premiums None
Other sources None
Total income, 1906 None
Expenditures.
Losses None
Dividends None
Other expenditures None
Total expenditures, 1906 None
Fire Insurance Business, 1906
Risks written rone.
Premiums thereon v None
Losses, incurred ....... r..rf,
"Ntyada pusiness,
Risks written ,li44ti.. None
Premium! received Noen
Losses paid None
Losses incurred None
R. E. RASON,
Manager.
The Nye and Ormsby
County Bank &
CARSON CITY, NEVADA
CAPITAL 1200,000
Frank Golden, President D. M. Ryan, Vice-President
A. G. Raycraft, Cashier and Secretary
Directors: FRANK GOLDEN, D. M. RYAN, JAS. Q, 8WEENKY,
JOHN McKANE, ALONZO TRIPP, L. L. PATRICK HL SC H EE
LINE, T. W. KENDAL, M. MacDONALD, N. MoUtAN,
4. 4. ;-L --CAN
INTEREST PAID ON TIM! -ruttlTk AT t 1-2 PER CENT.
Geo. W. Cowing, Asst. Cashier
Carson Citv Nevada A. F. Titus, Asst. Cashier. Tonopah
Jas. Deegan, Asst. Cashier, Goldfield
M. J. HiiL Asst. Cashier, Manhattan
Jumk- I' : .:
TO POULTRY RAISERS.
You are losing money when you
don't Use International Stock Food
Company's foods, medicine, Salves
ahddisenfectants for your poultry
stock. Terms rash.
Address J. B. Lynds and Son, Vir
;inia City, Nevada.
We pay all freight to destination.
fhe Staie Bank & Trust Co
Carson City, Nevada
Capital Fully Paid Up $200,000
Branches ai. Tonopah, Goldfield and Manhattan, Nevada.
DIRECTOR.:.. T. B. SICKEV GEO. tl. MEYERS, P. H. PETERSEN, A,
LIVINGSTON, C. L. LEE, J. r. . OODBURY, G W. MAPES, C. T. BEN
DER, W BROUGHER. T. B. Rickey, President; Geo. H. Mey
ere, vice President; J. P. "Woodbury 2d Vice President; Jas. T. Davis
Cashier; E. D. Vanderlieth, Asst. Cashier; E. B. Cushman, Asst.
Cashier, Tonora. J. xa. Lindsay, Asst. Cashier, GoldLeld;
C. H. Wise, ..sst Cashier, Ilanhattan
The Bank will receive deposits, buy and sell Foreign and Domestic Ex
change, give prompt attention to Co lections; buy and sell Mining Stocks
and do a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
A SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT With over oue hundred Safe Deposit
Boxes has been placed in the Bank. These boxes are rented at troo
12.50 to $6.00 per yeaF according to iltt-
Bank Money Orders sold on all principal placet jn tie United States at
B9 greater cost than Postal Uwej Org en,
Heat flarket Specials
Dainty Damsels Demand Our
Shoes
and why not? The smart styles af
our foot wear for women is a recog
nized factor of good dressing here
abouts and so the ladies of Carson
City are frequent visitors here. Mind
you, ifs not smartness and style alone
that merit all this good opinion
good wear and easy pricing arT"other
aide"to bg tradeupbuildlng with us.
If you will call you will see still ether
reasons.
E. BURLINGTON, Carson City, Nevada
nii
If you have any doubt about Uie Company you are now insured in sot
your mind at rest by insuring in the
WORLD'S GREATEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
4
4
THE i i m
Insurance Company
OF LIVERPOOL
(No earthquake clause.) Absolutely Fire Proof. INSURANCE
THAT INSURES AND 4PAYS."..A "Dollar for dollar" Company
from the First.
TRANSACTS LARGEST BUSINESS OF ANY FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY IN THE WORLD.
Annual Fire Income over $12,000,000
Net Surplus, over - 12,000,000
Assets, over 72,000,000
SAN FRANCISCO LOSSES PAID OVER .'...$5,000,000
In Cash Without Discount 100 cents on the Dollar
LEWIS & CO
AGENTS
Carson City, Nevada
LEGISLATIVE
LIVERY
Teams, Sleighs and Rigs of all
descriptions.
PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE
BENTON'S STABLES.
FslEYER'S ffiERCAMTSLE CO.
Successors lo Oeo, H Meyers
Wholesale ?nd Reaii Dealer in
Choice Familv - Groceries
The Carson Exchange
Carson City's Leading Hotel
The best meals for the money
Nicelv Furnished Rooms
stage leaves the door daily for Lake iahoe aucVall
other points
Elecrtic Lights Througnout the Hole!
F. L. 0. DeJarlais Prop
" New Eastern Silver thread sour kraut and genuine Dill Pickles
at the Nevada Meat Company. Nothing but U. 3 Inspected Meats
nandl d.
Every carcass stamped. We dot raise hogs at the slaughter
house on offal and refuse and sell t to you to eat.
NEVADA MEAT COMPANY, Formerly Eagle Market.
Scott Building :::::: Telephone 614.
raammnrani
Sacramento Saloon
ANDY TODD, Prop.
best of liquid refi-aahmenta always on tap, tncfudlnj; Imported
and domestic goods.
Good Cigars are a part of anr stock.
ANHEUSER BUSCH BEER ON TAP
Hcaiquarte r for Tourt.'f
tnd Commirca Traveler
ell Lighted Fr
Sample Rood
Davey & Maish
CONFECTIONERS
Fresh Fruits of everv season
Ice cream soda and iced drinks
Free delivery to all parts of the city. Country
orders promptly filled
Emporium Bock Carson City, Nev
TONOPAH RAILROAD
PROFESSIONAL.
Time Table
Local or Pacific Time
Trains leave Tonopah as follows:
For all points ast and west via.
Hazen 8 a. m., and 6 50 p. m. For
p. m.
Goldfield 9 20 a. m., 4 20 p. m., 8 20
p. m.
"Trains leave Goldfield as follows.
For all points east and west via
Hazen 6 35 a. m. 5 20 p. m. For
Tonopah 6 35 a. m., 6 50 a. m., 5 20
p. m.
"Trains arrive Tonopah as follows:
From all points east and west via
Hazen, 9 a. m., 7 55 p. m. From
Goldfield; 7 43 a. m., 10 a. m., 6 15
p. m.
"Trains arrive at Goldfield as fol
lows: From all points east and west
via Hazen; 10 20 a. m., 9 20 p. m.
From Tonopah, 10 20 a. m., 5 20 p. m.
9 20 p. m."
"Trains leave Tonopph f r Millers
8 a. m., 1 p. m., 6 50 p. m. Leave
Millers for Tonopah 8 27 a. m., 1 33
p. m. 7 19 p. 'm."
J. F. HEDDEN,
. .o-o
DON'T EE DISAPPOINTED
By receiving some inferior grade of
wine or liquor from some foreign
house. Drop, into the wholesale es
tablishment of A. Livingston and he
will provide you with the best that
the market affords at the most reason
able rates. Then too, you can always
j inspect the goods and also receive the
J personal guarantee o a man known
I to everyone. Fixtures and glassware
kept In stoci all the time.
DR. E. T. KREB3
Physician and Surgeon
Carson City, Nevada
T. R. HOFER,
Jent for Fire. Life and Accident
Poicles, Office New Bank Burn
ing, Carson City, Nevadc
OSCAR J. SMITH
Attorney at-Law, Room 3, Smith BuitJ
ing, Reno Nev, P. O. Box 597.
JAMES G. SWEENEY,
.ttorney-ac-Law. Attorney Generals
Office, Capitol Building, Caraou
City. Nevada.
Jiv W. n. CAVELL, ...
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
ARLINGTON HOUSE.
stout & McMillan, pr0Fs
Only Modern Hotel in Carson
ONE BLOCK FROM RAILWAY DEPOT .
F. J. Stein metz,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
Stationery. Kodaks and Photographic Supplies,
Store op. Postoffice
Phone No. IZl
arson City Nevada. Ofi.
State Bank & Trust Co.
The Stone Marketl
Dealer in
Prime Beef, Pork, Veal,
Lamb ctnd Fish in Season
Phou
e 504
DR. V. W. GOODE, L. T . .
NEW EANK CUILDIN.j
arson City, Nev.
Hours 8-121-5 Phone 9
0-0
WANTED !
AGENTS Canvassers, mixers, ped- i
dlers, solicitor,' order people,
people, etc., shorn- -"RAMER'S
BOOK OF TRADE SECRH. Regular
price $5.00, but bal. of last edition for ;
$1.25 as long as they last Guaran
teed. Order quick. Sioux Pnb. Co.,
Sutherland, Iowa. n221mo
The Bank E'aioon
MEYER & SANGER, Proprietors
Puutl; ?irsnn Strrpt arsn, Jpvaila
The best appointed Private Card Rooms.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
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