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Tl'ESDAY MAY 15. 1ST7
MINING STOCK REPORT.
Ophii 71os S' i
lluxi. ji, lsis 4.60, 100 , lTOs 4.S0
UuaU ..iid Cum 3M 4', 245s 4.0,&fe 4. TO, 120s 4.55
Best aid Belcher tUOs 10, 70s K, 170s rfti
Cuiitornia llSie 26, "COs 26., 30s 20 , 150s 20' blO,
20;, 15s 26
Savage 2308 2.60, 25s 23
Con irjs'iuia yttts iJo.ls 25, 17. 25' . blO, 200s 25'i bo
Cbollar 70S 20, 30s 20, 80s 21 410s -A, 50s 21 s30, 5s 21
Hule and N'orcross 55s 1.H5, 425s l.HO
Crown Point 200s 3.70, 5os 3.65, 240s 3.75, 105s 8. SO, 50s S.80
Yellow Jacket 220s 3.10, 35;.s 4.70
Imperial 425s Sou, SOUS 45c, loos 50c bj
Alpha 120s 7, 79s 7, 3us 8
Belcher 640s 3
Sierra Nevada 40s 1'-, 455s 1.15
l"iali Sis S!-i'. lus 5?ji
Exchequer 220s 1, 150s 1.45, 150s 1.55
Bullion Itffw 3, 74os 2.90, 25s 2.S5, 205s 2.S0, 100s 2.95
,Se Belcbar 80s 15, 2os 14
Overman 15os 6, 3S."s !, 195s u
Justice 2SOS 3J4, 55s 3,65, 470s 3, 50s 3.70, 170s 3.85, 100
Cnion C'sn 4Os 2Z, 120s 2.55, 80s 2.55, 100 23
Julia 250s 1.20, 195s .
Caledonia 23os 1.40, 54o 1.45
Baltimore 4os 40c
Alta 45s 50c
Andes 100s 30c. 50s 40c
Prospect 910s 30e
Morning Star 350s 2.T0
Trojan lo5s 40c
Raymond and Ely 70s 3, 50s 2p
Eureka Con 15s 12.
Belmont 100s 50c
Rya Patch 4U0s 1
Leopard 50s , 37is 1.20
Gila 100s 20c
Northern Belle 180s 12J4 C5s 12', 100s 12 75s 12V
Geu Thomas lOos 20c
Manhattan 20s 6?J, 50s 6)4, 100s 6
Octrees loOs 1.30
Golden Prize 400s 3.35
Modoc 145s 2
New Coso l.s 100s 3.10, 50s 3.15
Golden Charii t 5os 24
Empire 409 25c
California 490s 27, 80s 26si, 40s 27 b5, 20Os 27 blO
Con Virginia 135s 25'j. 210s 2f), 5os 2b b5
Hale and Norcross 60s 1.80, 50s 1.75, Sous 1.70, 50s 1
Overman 265s ."i, 50s 5)4, 10s 5J i 12os 5
Chollar 2J0s 19! i, 30s 20
Best and Belcher 415s 9 50s 9, 50s 9S,
Gould and Curry 810s 4V, 05s 4.55, 100s 4j 85
Yellow Jacket 50s 4.65, 4os 4.70, 2o0s 4, 20s 4V, 2,
4.60, 20s 4.55, 5os 4.55
I'tah 100s 5, 10s 6. 40s 6li
I nion Con 10s 24 los 2.40, 190s 2.35, 5s 2.30
Ophir 35s s' i, 85s 8, ss 7'4, 10s 1
Set; Belcher 40s 18, Ion 14
Bullion 310s 2, 120s 2 65
Justice 215s 3.80, 610s 3.85, 50s 3.90, 50s 3.85 slO
Exchequer 35s 1.60, 160s 1.55, 20s l1, 15os 1.55, 50a ll
Sierra Nevada lOOs-l.l.i, f)5s 1.10, 2uus 1
Savage 225s 2K, 200s 21 i slO
Alpha 210s 20s 7'i,
Mexican 5s , 70s 4.60s 20s 4.65, 180s $, 20s 4.55
Caledonia 200s 1.35, 50s 1.30
NOTES AND QUERIES.
A billet-doux which reached us yesterday
reads as follows: " You are respectfully in
vited to attend a Social Party to he given at
Arlington Hall on next Wednesday evening,
May 1G. Dancing to begin at 8 o'clock. Com
mittee of Invitation." We are very thankful
for this invitation and we hope we may see no
restraining cause for not lending the weight
of our influence to the gayeties of the occa
sion. It being a possible thing, however,
that we cannot be present we will take this
timely opportunity for saying that we quite
approve of dancing if it be done in modera
tion. And speaking of dancing we are re
minded to make the announcement officially,
that the party for the benefit of the Public
School at the Glenbrook will take place on
Thursday evening, the 17th. Those attend
ing this entertainment will do so with the very
hearty concurrence of the Morning Appeal.
The cause of education is greatly to be
cherished; and any movement looking to the
enlargement of the area of letters should
stimulate the active co-operation of every
man at the Glenbrook besides awakening a
sense of enthusiasm among the mothers, the
daughters and the maturing youth of that
small city of "the unsalted sea. " Let Glen
brook do her duty and the problem of '"what
shall we do with our children !" will come
nearer than ever to a salutary solution
Not widely apart from this subject is the fact
that Schoolmaster General Kelly departed
hence last night for a week aim ng the literary
enthusiasts of Churchill county It is
said that the distinguishing trait between
man and the brute creation is the capacity,
in the loriner, tor laugnter. 1 he uog makes
a very commendable effort in the direction of
this mirthful demonstration by the wagging
of his tail. A gentle undulatory motion of
that appendage may be taken for a smile; a
more decided movement of the member is to
be interpreted into a gentle cachination;
while the rapid and vehement action of the
tail is unmistakably a hearty guffaw. But
at best this is a mere pantomime. There is
nothing in all this wagging which is up to tlie
contagious mirthfulness of a sympathetic
human snort, coiiimsr
capacities of m . in
a casualty on v
depriving a certain
SEEDS, HEW SEEOSi cahsom city savings bank, jgyy SPRIW& f 1877.
Corner of Canon and Proctor streets.
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
Oloarins Out Salo
FRESH AND GENUINE.
F. D. STADTMULLER,
GEORGE T. DAVIS,
L. A. HERRICK,
GEORGE B. HILL,
JOHN O. FOX,
NEXT THIRTY DAYS!
A. W. PRAY.
O. P. WILLIS,
F. D. Stadtmuller,
CORNER CARSCN AND KINS STREETS,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
GARDEN AND FLOYER SEEDS.
1IIIS BASK WILL RECEIVE SAVINGS
Deposits in sums as low as One Dollar, and issue
Pass Books for the same.
Will issue Time and Call Certificate of Deposit, and
receive Commercial Deposits on open account, subject to
check or draft on demand.
Will pay interest on Time Certificates and Savings De
Buy and sell exchange on New York, Canada and San
Francisco. Currency and Bullion bought and sold.
Make collections, loan money, and discount commer
OFFER TO THE fTBLlO
THEIR IMMENSE STOCK
BOOTS and SHOES,
AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE
Frencb Corporation, and
Commercial I'nion of London.
At Prices so Low as to Suit the Hard Tlmss
Richard Kirvas, Vice President.
Gkorob B. Hill, Cashier.
Owing to the great depression in stocks, we propose to
unload at panic prices, to make room for our Spring block
STOCKS BOI'OIIT AXD SOLD.
ALSO A SUPERIOR LOT OF
The Carson City Savings Bank, from and after April 9th,
will buy and sell mining stocks. Liberal margins v ill be
allowed on approved stocks.
San Francisco correspondent, I. Glazier & Co.
April 7, 1ST". Gkorok B. Hill, Cashier.'
We call particular attention to our splendid stock of
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
A careful comparison will satisfy all that our prices are
"Way below anything" ever offered in Carson City.
R. F. PIXLEY.
ISAAC McCONNEL Carson' March 2S' 1ST7-
V A Seaver
OKol:GK LI. FRYER, rROl'R IKTOR.
W V Lapham
W B Wilson
E H ToiM
All parties indebted to Frank Boskowitz, of the One
Price t'lothinif Store, will filease call and settle their ac
counts on or before June 1, 1&77.
Respectfully, Frank Boskowitz.
About half past 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon Hon. Charles H. Bryan died suddenly
at (Jilascovitch's Restaurant. He had taken a
seat on one of the hiy:h stools lv the little
counter and was eating his dinner. ( ne of
the attendants noticed that he seemed to he
retelling, as if overcome by nausea. He was
helped toward the door and in a moment after
became unconscious. Those about him bein?
alarmed by his condition thought he was
stricken with aooolexv. Dr. Davison beinr
called m discovered mat lie was cnoKed, rie
opened his mouth and inserting his lingers
drew out a lartre niece of beef which had
lodged in and against the windpipe. Assist
ance came too late. He was quite dead. An
autojjsy will be held to-day at 10 o'clock.
Thus we briefly record the sudden ending of
the ven eventful life of one of the. ablest and
most widely known of the public men of the
Pacific Coast. The deceased was a native of
Ohio. He was contemporaneous with. Milton
S. Latham and the Ohioans of a like age. He
came to California at a very early day and
settled in Marysville, where he entered upon
the practice of his profession; At once he
took rank with the foremost men in the State,
Mid enjoyed a lucrative practice. Upon the
death of Hon. Alexander V ells he was ap
pointed by Governor John Bigler to till the
vacancy on the Supreme Bench caused
by the demise of that distinguished gentle
man. We believe he never filled any other
office in that State. In the early "Washoe"
days he came to this side of the mountains.
He was a veiy useful and eminent member of
the first Constitutional Convention held with
a view to the formation, here, of a State Gov
ernment. In 1864 Mr. Bryan, who at that
time was wealthy, brought to California the
(celebrated horse "Lodi." ' Many of our read
ers will recollect the great race at Sacramento
between " Lodi" and " Norfolk," in the sum
mer of 18t5. Bryan went from this State to
Utah, some years since, and from thence to
Oregon, where he at once took a leading place
at the bar. He returned to this State about
two years ago, and until within the past two
or three months, lived in Virginia City.
Here was one of the very ablest minds ever
known to the people of these far Western
fStates, He ranked with the great lawyers.
He was a man of singular amiability of char
acter, and we doubt if he had an enemy at
the time of his death. The shock was very
sreat to everybody here, lhe tenderest
regards are expressed for him on all sides.
He had no wife or children. His brother,
Marshall Bryan, who used to live with him in
Marysville, has lived in New York for seve
ral years. He will be buried, from the Capi
tol, at 2 o'clock to-morrow or at any rate
that is the present plan. His brethren of the
bar and bench, and the Pioneers, will unite
with his multitude of friends to do him honor.
of the comical
l r ve witnessed
ici. caiiie very near
Ulog of even the
for imitating the
human laugh, with which Providence has
invested the canine family. Mir friend
Doctor Benton has a coach-dog. The Doctor
having iust started on a journey up Carson
street, this dog manifested his joy by jump
ing and capering in front of the horses. Just
opposite Mr. rarrells bar was a bulldog.
hen Ins severe eye rested upon that bespot
ted distant relative of his, the blood of his
ancestors boiled within him. It was a
thought, an impulse, a mad rush and an
attack. There was a yelp and then a roar.
The first proceeded from the frightened coacl
dog. The latter was emitted by his battled
assailant. Events followed one another witl
juick succession, but they who looked the
most sharply detected the situation in all its
intricate phenomena. Scarce had the bull
dog made his assault w hen one of the wheels
of the buggy settled down upon his tail, am
putatmg the end of that misguided adorn
ment in the most summary and unmistakable
manner. Then we saw, with a newly
awakened curiosity, that a dog s tail may also
express dissatisfaction, surprise, astonish
ment and disgust. e never saw any crea
ture, human or otherwise, exhibit a more
painful sense of bewilderment and humilia
tion than were painted on every inch of that
dog's tail and in all the lineaments of his
face, as he stood there watchin
the retreating form of that 1
All thought of conflict had departed out of
his mind ; and " the big wars that make am
bition virtue"' had snddeidv become uninter
esting to him as to the most peaceful and
harmless lamb. With a motion which betok
ened an inexpressible depth of sorrow, repent-
ence and profound dismay, he stole one bitter
reproachful look at the hard face of the street.
another of ill-disguised curiosity which far
outweigtied ail unworthy thought or mere
physical pain, upon his disfigured and bleed
ing tail, and moved away from the scene,
sorrowful, downcast and brokenhearted
Mr. Boskowitz begs to sa to his debtors that
his customary playfulness does not reach out
to or include his call for the payment of out
standing indebtedness. He proposes always
to keep on hand tor the benefit or his numor
oils and desciminating patrons the very best
wares in his line of traffic. To this end he
must have money. He pays cash and pays
it out of ins receipts. It is a mistake to sup
pose that he pumps up his ready money from
some secret inexhaustible well. It comes
like eggs, in the natural way. ro we join
him m this very reasonable reuuest tor speedy
settlements .Controller Hobart, who did
not arrive the last time we announced his
coming, will in all probability, arrive here
this morning. His brother, Hobart Pasha,
is still taking pot luck with the sublime
PIXLEY & McCONNEL, Charles W. Friend,
CARSON' CITY, NEVADA,
DEALER IN FINE JEWELRY.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
KEPAIKKI) AND WARRANTED
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT AND AT LOW PRICES.
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY
Xroxiix5tly 37111 oc3L.
31 0 NET: I1KOKERS,
Northeast corner of Carson and
THE CHOICEST OF SILVERWARE
THE FINEST AND FAIREST OF JEWELRY!
O. P. WILLIS.
THE BEST & MOST ELEGANT WATCHES!
All seleoted for tliis market.
Carson, .M:irch 4, 1S77.
JOHN G. FOX'S
Literature, Art and Bijouterie.
HIS SELECTION' OF BOOKS, WHICH
is constantly beini: iuort-asrii bv rcviuta from th
Standard Works, Poetry, Illus
trated Gift Books and Chil
dren's Books, Music in
Sheets and Books,
An.I all sorts of Musical instrument, includinjj
MINI NO STOCKS
Bought, Sold and Carried on Margins.
UICE fc llTEtt$9
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
CARSON CITV, NEVADA.
ALWAYS OX HAND,
Fine Imported Havana Clgara
First Class Tobaccos.
chari.es w. friend,
Otn (i.ior nurtli of Willis' Druifitof.
Carson, February 1, 1S77.
Liverpool and London and Globe:
Imperial and Queen:
North British and Mercantile;
Firemen's Fund and .Etna.
J. D. KERSEY, Solicitor.
Carson City, February 1, 1877.
Steinway's Pianos, CAPITOL STORE,
MRS. L. II. ALLEN HAS REMOVED
. from her latw olai of business, on North Carson
street, to the next door North of the place of busiuesl
of the Olcoweh Bros., on South Carson street, vthere she
win carry on
Garment t'ut and Banted in the Mokt
rattoms cut to order. New Fashion direct from Pari
every month. ianlltf
For which Mr.
Fox is the Ajfelit.
Also, an extensive
Jewelry and Silver Ware,
Cold, Silver and
Staple and Fancy Stationery.
Lazarui ok Morris' celebrated perfected
Spectacles and Eye Glastes.
Scdhex Death. W. G. Wyatt, an old
settler, was found dead near Cradlebaiigh's
bridge in Douglas county on Friday. A ver
dict by a Coroner's Jury is to the effect that
he died from a sudden-acting malady of the
brain. The dead man had had some do-1
mestic troubles in his life and it is thought
that these brought on the condition which
caused his death. His age was sixty years or
blierin Jswilts little daughter, iLiillie, was
better yesterday, and the hopes are strength
ened that she will weather the dreadful
Toys, Guns, Pistols, Fishine Tackle. Ammunition, and
very choice lot of Shelf Goods too numerous to specify, all
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE HARD TIMES.
W CALL AND EXAMINE, "a
JOHV G. FOX.
Carson street, opposite the Capitol, Carson City, Nevada.
-Says the Silver
A very interesting letter from Heniy Meyer
Junior, dated Deadwood May 4 will be given
to the readers of the Mornixg Appeal to
morrow. Meantime don't start for the Black
Jlills until you have read it.
Nachf.s as a Farmer.
State of Saturday:
Chief Naches has so far recovered from his
recent illness as to be able to get around once
more. He says he will have fifty acres of
land under cultivation at his ranch on the Big
Meadows this season. The Indian Agent at
Pyramid Lake Reservation has furnished him
with farming implements and seed.
Says the Footlight of Saturday :
Day before yesterday Captain J. B. Over
ton, Superintendent of the Water Company,
t,TaTlsnlanr.l n tf itiiitkt Imnf fivim IliA
The Little Girls are going to have a party hatching-house on the old Opliir grade to the
at Turner s Hall to-morrow night, we believe. reservoir on the Divide.
MR, K. H. HOWE
WILL QPEN A NIGHT SCHOOL FOR
the U?aohint; of the Eueliih Branches, in the Carson
District Schoolhouse, on
MONDAY, MAY 1th. 1877.
The School will be hfld every niirht in the week. Satur
days and Sundays excepted.
tarson, May a, 1N7 1. lm
J. W. FOX, M. D.(
pHVNICIAS AS D SURGEON.
OFFICE: Waitz's Building, corner of King and Currr
streets, Carson City, Nevada.
Othee Hours: from 12 M. to 3 P. St. iaiiH
J. W. WATERS, M. D.
Office t On Kin? street, at rear ot Willis
CORNER KING AND OR.MSBY STREETS,
QHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Flour, Fqed, Hams,
Baco$, Butter, Lard,
Sugar, Teas, Coffee,
' Pure Brandy St Wines,
Old Valley Whisky,
Olgars cj Tot,coo
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, PAINTS AND OILS.
N O TJC E .
HAVING PI KCHANEU
the above named
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER SALOON.
I hereby give notice to the public uvni-rally I uill have the
Very Beat the Market Afford,
In fact, everything to he found in a first class restaurant.
I Hill superintend in person, and see that all in v customers
receive proper attention. i-jf OI'EN DA V AND NIOHT.
11. I!. .MILLARD, Proprietor.
Carson, April 5, 1S77.
A FULL LINE OF
Always on hand and delivered free of charge.
t3T CALL AND SEE VS.HX
myltf R EINSTEIN & GIBSON.
Eaat side, bet. Telegraph and Spear afreet.,
LOUIS MOHR & CO.. PROPS.
TO WATER CONSUMERS.
CARSOJf CITY, NEVADA.
THE CARSON WATER COMPANY
hereby notify their customers that they
Must Not t'.e Water for Irrigation,
Or for any other than house purposes,
Without First Applying at the Company's
And making special arrangement.
fK ABE NOW PREPARED TO FIR.
lush the best quality of
Meats, Bead Cheese, Ranugr, Tripe,
And evervthiiiK in our line. Our wai;on will call at the
residence of families and deliver whatever may he ordered.
We keep a Family Market, and all orders will be urnnmtl
attended to by the proprietors. Pork, Kolofrna and all
kinds of Sausaires kept constantly on hand and made to
order. fjclj LOU IS MOtltt A CO.
Carson, March 20, 1877.
CAIWON WATER COMPANY.
DR. F, J. WHITE.
Office t Over WiUla Drugstore, 1'p.gtalrs.
t3T Calls promptly attended, night or day.
Canon, March 12, 1677.
Use no more Metallic
Thissks! Xo more suffer
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of onr Comfortable Elastic Appliances. You mil
pever regret it.
Bend for Illustrated Circular and Pries LUt. -
ff MAG1IETIC ELASTIC TKIS3 CO., t-4
60S SaVIUUeuto Street, fc.U Jt f MlvLcJ. '