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MORNING APPEAL.
SVilKBAY.
S O L D.
JltE OK CAItsO.N" a YOUNG BLOODS VVEliE
During the past v.x-ek several of our young
I'li.ods roceivod anonymous notes, written in
a feminine hand, very elegantly composed,
;Hi(l the chirography of the most modern Spen
ceriaa style. The notes in each case stated
substantially that the personal appearance of
the gentleman so addressed had so favorably
impressed the w riter (a lady) that an acquaint
ance with hi:n would afford her infinite de
light, and at the same time appointing a ren
dezvous. In each instance the note3 closed
as follows : " I trust, my dear sir, that you
will not ascribe any but the most honorable
motives to my seemingly immodest request,
for language fails to express the ardency of
my wish to meet you, and having no mutual
friends, I am at a loss to know how, other
wise, the end of my desire can be brought
about." The rendezvous were all
appointed fer the northern part of the city,
in the vicinity of one of Carson's most fash
ionable residences, and strange to say as it
subsequently turned out all of the engage
ments were made for the same hour. At
about 3 o'clock r. , on Christmas day, a
small, straggling troop of well dressed young
men might have been seen ISisurely wending
their steps toward a northerly direction, none
of them knowing nor caring upon what mis
sion the other was bound. They were all
fi'i'-iids ; but somehow or another, on this
particular occasion they shunned each other's
society .-their minds being absorbed to an
alarming extent. Each speculated upon the
mysterious mission he was bent upon. At
about 3 o'clock a half dozen bloods met at the
street corner designated by their fair writer.
They glanced at each othe, but said nothing ;
. some stuck their hands into their pockets,
whistled and sauntered a little way off, and
then came to a rest ; others remained stand
ing still, casting their eyes in all directions,
every moment expecting the arrival upon the
scene of their fair correspondent. But, alas !
no lady came. It grew to be 4 o'clock the
congregation of bloods was steadily augment
ing there must have been twenty of them,
when suddenly one of them mustered up suf
ficient courage to ask one of his friends what
tLe meeting portended. The accosted one
replied that lie did not know what the other
fellows were doing there, at the same time
button holing his friend, and taking him aside
from the crowd lie whispered into his ear :
" General, I'll tell you something, but don't
you repeat it. I've got an appointment with
a young lady here ;" and drew a note from
his pocket to convince his chum that he was
not exaggerating. The other looked at the
note, his eyes growing as large as saucers, he
cried out loud enough to be heard by the
whole crowd, " Sold, by Jove ; I've got one
too," drawing his note from his pocket and
exhibiting it. By this time the crowd gatli
ered around the twain, and each individual
produced his little "billy dux." The bloods
individual!' and collectively, agreed that they
were sold. They were sworn wpon the spot
never to reveal the sell, but a little bird that
was sitting on a tree in that vicinity on Christ
rcas day, flew into our office and let "the cat
out of the bag." The party of bloods, being
considerably chilled by their long waiting in
the cold air, adjourned to the Ornish', where
they drowned their chagrin and disappoint
ment in bumpers of egg nog. As yet no one
knows who the enterprising female is who got
so many young gentlemen by the ears ; but
she will yet confide her little secret to some
bosom friend, and then the whole town will
know it.
NEW YEAR'S ADDRESS.
The carrier of the Mohxin'g Appeal, Albert
Adams, will greet the patrons of this paper
(and the rest of mankind) with the customary
Aodrsss on Tuesday next, January 1, 1878.
Give the boy a chance !
RUNG A C)Ld"dECK OX HIM.
He is a prominent newspaper man in the
eastern portion of the State. He parts his
fciir in the middle. The part is over five
inches wide, which gives him an innocent
cast of countenance. To those who know
him not, he might be considered verdant in
appearance. He was riding, in a sleeper, on
the C. P. R. R. , and fell into an innocent
little game of pedro, with a Colonel, Professor
and Doctor. During an animated conversa
tion and a quiet deal, three aces were thrown
upon his side of the table, after which one of
the three naively remarked, with the greatest
coolness, " I wish that we were playing poker.
I don't know that I have been' favored with
such a hand for years." Our editorial friend
saw the game, looked up innocently, and re
marked : "I have been favored also. I
nave a pretty good poker nana myseit. ine
three looked at each other as he continued,
thuslv : " They call you Professor ?" " Yes."
"And you Colonel"?" "Yes." "You are
from the East, I believe V " Yes." "Well,
gentlemen," he concluded, rising, " You had
better take the next train back. We meet it
just the other sine of Battle Mountain. You
can't make a cent at this. They have been
teaching it in the Sunday Schools in Califor
nia for years. "
AU FAIT CLUB RECEPTION.
There was an unusually large attendance of
pleasant and refined ladies and gentlemen at
the reception of this popular club last evening.
The dancing was kept up until a kite hour
and those who were favored with invitations
pronounced the reception the most enjoyable
one of the season, so far. The gentlemen
comprising this club are certainly au fait in
management of a party. No guest of the
club's ever leaves one of its receptions with
out extolling the courtesy and good manners
that are to be met witli there. Carson may
well feel a little proud in the possession of
such a distinguished social club.
NEW YEAR'S CALLS.
thr ArnTrT"Vft apppmt, for 1S78. at
In a few days we shall issue a Prospectus OLCOV9CH BROS.
for the New Year. Among the items therein
set forth will be a statement of a reduction in
our rates of subscription. For example :
Delivered by carrier, one week, - -oc.
Sent by mail, one year - - 8 00
Sunt by mail, six months '- 4 00
Sent by mail, three months - 2 00
This is a reduction of fifty per cent in the
price of the paper delivered within the city,
and a general reduction of about 35 per cent
on the price of yearly, semi-annual and quar
terly subscriptions. The Prospectus will set
forth, more minutely, certain intentions,
prospects and purposes, all of which will pre
sent the advantages to be derived from a
regular subscription to the Morning Appeal.
fi E W AND FRESH SUPPLY OF
C L OA ICS
Has just been receive!, which are sold at such low rates
that they are going very quick. Therefore ladies will do
well to cull soon.
WELLS, FARGO & GO,,
jJAXKERS, KXCUAKGE AND EXPRESS
OFFICE,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
From and after this date Welis, Fargo & Company will
BUY AND SELL MINING STOCKS.
Liberal Margisa Allowed on Approved
Stock.
Carson, August 2.", 1877.
XT 22. &
Police Cofet. Before his Honor Judge
Witherill, yesterday, appeared John Morris
sey, not of pugilistic or political renown, but
the other, who was arrested by officer Dun
can for using language which jarred upon re
fined ears, while under the influence of the
"exhilarating." Result of his visit to the
Judge was free board and lodging for the
space of fifteen days.
Departures. Two sleepers went out last
evening both full. Among the departures
were Mrs. Arthur J. Hutchinson, who de
parts for the Bay ; Hon. A. W. Atchinson
of Eureka, who has been sojourning at the
Capital for several days, and Mrs. T. J. Mur
phy of Carson Valley.
Fire. The fire which brightened the
northern horizon last evening was occasioned THE ONLY ONE PRICE STORE IH TOWN!
by the igniting of a woodpile out by Marlette
Lake. By latest telegraphic advices we learn
that the fire was under control.
Arcsold "
At 50 cents on: the Dollar, to
Close out a Large Consignment.
This is a rare chance for the ladies to buyJCloaks and
Furs for iess than their real value.
AU are invited to call at
OLCOYICII BROS.
Carson City, October 17, 1S77.
MilS. E. E. ADAMS
WISHES TO NOTIFY HER OLD
friends in Carson and tiie public at lare
That She is again Pioprletress of the
ADAMS HOUSE,
And would most resjiectfiilly ask for their patronage ami
encouragement.
MR. JOHN MILLER lias char? of the Dln
ing Room anil Kitchen,
Winch will always be supplied with eventhini;
the taste of the most fastidious.
to satisfy
Carson, December 20, 177.
XI US. K. E ADAMS.
dentin
Those who desire mention in these columns
as receiving their friends on New Year's da',
will please send their names and addresses to
this ofiice no later than Monday noon, the
31st instant.
The auction at the store of Mr. C. W.
Friend, was well attended last night. Mr.
Samuel H. Greenberg acted in the capacity
of auctioneer, and performed his duties re
markably well, for a novice.
Dulliox. Received yesterday per South
ern Stage by Wells Fargo & Co., two bars
of bullion from Belleville, valued at 2849,99.
Several flocks of wild geese were heard
over head last night, traveling in a northerly
direction.
HOLIDAY JOOIS! HOLIDAY CiOODS!
TURN YE REIN BALL.
On New Year's eve the much talked of
German ball at Turn Verein Hall will take
place. Our German citizens have decided to
make this affair one of the most pleasant and
entertaining of the season, and no doubt their
efforts in that direction will not be in vain.
Stocks. The market continues to fluctu
ate in a way to displease the bulls. The
great clean up which they expected to make
ere the advent of the New Year has not been
reanzed at this writing. If there is anything
in Ophir, Alta or Justice, the mines which
have recently been so greatly talked up by
the insiders, why do they not permit the pub
lic to see their great deposits of mineral
wealth? The outsiders have precious little
faith in the assurances of the insiders, and
we do not blame them. Take out your bul
lion, you manipulators, if you have any and
declare dividends, and then the public will
place confidence in what you assert, other
wise not.
Mr., John Forbes, resident agent of tiie
forwarding house of D. W. Earl, leaves
within a few day3 for California on a visit,
and may go to the Sandwich Islands ere he
returns to his duties in this city. Mr.
Forbes Las been in our midst for several
years, where he has made many friends.
We wish him a pleasant journey and a safe
and seedy return to these scenes.
Detective Ben Lackey was in the city yes
terday. He came in from a long and tedious
trip looking after well, he didn't say, but
judging from his good humor, we think he
succeeded in getting him, her or it.
Slight UrsKT. Yesterday afternoon a
buggy containing a lady and gentleman was
passing along Nevada street. Whethervthe
gentleman and lady were in love or not, we
are unable to say, but at all events the atten
tion of the driver was not sufficiently at
tracted to the team to prevent their shying
at a coal oil can at the corner of Robinson
and Nevada streets. The little buggy grace
fully reeled and landed the gentleman upon
the cold, cold ground, with the reins in his
hands. The lady held, if we may be allowed
to say it, manfully on to the near side. No
damage. Buggy righted, and all went
peacefully on in the direction of Franktown.
A good item spoiled.
Obstructions. Yv'e beg to call the atten
tion of the Street Inspector to the fact that
day and night, wagons are left standing on
Spear street, at the corner of Division, hy the
side of a large barn, much to the inconveni
ence of passers by. The other night a lady
stumbled over some lead-bars and chains ly
ing across the sidewalk and nearly sprained
her ankle. There is an ordinance on the
subject of obstructions, we believe.
Rodents. Travelers from Bodie report
that camp infested with rats, and the absence
of cats is a striking feature of the place. The
feline market of Caason is fearfully over
stocked. Why can not some enterprising
speculator take a cargo of these moonlight
warblers to Bodie and realize a handsome re
suit from his venture ?
Dead. Mrs. James Moore of Yallejo, after
many months of intense suffering, died in that
city on Thursday morning. She was an ac
coniplished musician and a most estimable
lady in all respects. Mr. Moore (who for
merly resided in Carson) has our very hearty
sympathy in his distress.
Funeral. The funeral of Maude, the lit
tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mollis
took place yesterday. The deceased was a
most extraordinarily beautiful child, and her
bright, angelic face will be missed by many in
this city. The bereaved parents have our
warmest sympathy.
Gillsoii & Barber continue shipping goods
to Bodie. A team was loading at their store
yesterday; but the skies look mightily as if
said teams would have a hard time getting
through.
The weather is very disagreeably cold. The
skies are overcast, and a storm is imminent.
Get out your ulsters and overshoes, and if
you havn't any, go to Joe Piatt's or Frank
Bosko's.
Personal. Ex Senator William M. Stew
art arrived from Bodie yesterday afternoon.
Hon. Jasper Babcock's genial face was also
seen in the city last evening.
Subscribe for the Morning Appeal during
the coming year. This journal will present
greater attractions than ever to the intelligent
reader.
E. B. Rail has just received a nice, large assortment of
Fancy Goods, suitable for Holiday Presents, including nice
Dinner and Tea Setts, Toilet Sets, Wine Sets, Moustache
Cups, Vases, Statuary, etc., etc. Call and examine goods
and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as all the above
line of goods will be sold Cheap for Cash.
dclStjal
E. B. Rail.
3f. B. It having been asserted by a certain Reynard,
or his pack, that Engraving cannot be done this side of
San Francisco, I am prepared to prove it a lie, by marking
all goods purchased of me for the next thirty-one days,
and don't you forget it, Frf.e of Ciiakge, at the little Jew
elry Store around the Corner.
December 12, 1377. -ni II. C. McLughmx.
GILLSON I BARBER
Hare on Hand and Offer for Sale a Large
and Well Selected Stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
"t"5THICa WE OFFER AT AS LOW BATKS
f y as any legitimate house in the trade can possibly
afford to sell and pay their honest debts.
FISANK BOKOWITZ
DEALER IN
MEN'S AND BOYS'
Furnishing Goods,
Bats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, 1 Valises,
Blankets, Mattresses,
Etc Etc Etc.
COUNTY BUILDING.
CARSON CITY NEVADA
octtf
J. W. FOX, M. D. .1. S. M. SMART, M. D
DR5. FOX & SMART,
pHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
OFFICE: Waitz's Building, corner of King ar.d Curry
streets, Carson City, Nevada.
CAPITOL STORE,
CORNER KING AND ORMSBY STREETS,
CARSON CITY,
t HO ICE FAMILY GROCERIES
Flour, Feed, Hams,
Bacon, Butter, Lard,
Sugar, Teas, Coffee,
Choice Liquors,
Pure Brandy &I Wines
Old Valley Whisky,
Cigara &s Tobacco
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, PAINTS AND OILS.
A FULL LINE OF
HOUSKK 12 35 ICINGS- GOODS
Always on hand and delivered free of charge.
4-CALL AND SEE US "S
myltf RFINSTEIN GIBSON.
To Rent.
CJEVFRAI, VERY DESIRABLE ROO.HS,
K 7 handsomely furnished, are to he had, single or en
suite. They are situated m the best part of town,
out board. Inquire at the Ari'RM, OmiK.
With-
deel
GREAT HOLIDAY DISPLAY!
2S
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS,,
FANCY COODS,
PIANOS,
3P 1ST O Hi S!
TO A S ! ! !
TOYS !
Our Stock Consl,ts;;in Part of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
BUTTER,
F.'L OUR,
G R A I ?d ,
GROUND FEED,
CLOTHING,
LIQUORS,
Patent Medicines,
OILS.
PAINTS,
CROCKERY,
STOVES,
TINWARE,
HARDWARE.
BOOTS AIXI SHOES,
TOYS ! !
ETC.
JOHN
ETC ETC.,
AT
Gr. POX'S
AA
Etc.
.Etc.
.Etc.
From our Ion? experience in the business, and knowintr
and appreciating the wants of our customers and the in
habitants of this section of the country generally, we feel
We Can Guarantee Satisfaction
Ol3.x,listTri as Is Coming !
AM) IN' ORDER TO MEET TIIE KKMAMI FOR SK t SON AIJI.E (iUODS THE
undersigned is replenishing his stock with carefully selected purcnascs of tile
Finest Watches and Watch Chains, both Cold and Silver ;
The latest and handsomest patterns of
33 "A7" E L H "5T ;
The most elegant and desirable
SILVERWARE;
A rare collection of Books of
POETRY, ART, ROMANCE, HISTORY AND THE DRAMA;
And an endless variety of Fine Envelopes and choice Writing Taper, Cards, Etc.;
PIANOS !
Of the very best make and including Steinway's and other first rate manufacturers;
Motions, a s;is,o wr iaxcy oos; Pactions
GUNS, CUTLERY, .... ISTOLS, AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE.
WITHOUT END, jg ""5"fiy
And in the most exhaustlesa assortment.
PIANOS, FFfff'- PIAJVOS,
,.EAN
To all who may favor us with their patronage.
In fine, the stock comprises the very largest and best selections of all kinds of
HOLIDAY GOODS,
Give us a call and examine oar stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
GILLSON & BARBER.
Carson, October 6, 1S77.
Ever brought to this market. They will be sold at the VERY LOWEST? PRICES ever asked in Nevada.
KT-CALt. AND TAKE A LOOK.a
JOHN G. FOX, PKOPKIETOE
Carson City, December 5, 1S77. defim

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