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DANCING CLASS. OREV3SBY HOUSE GiLLSOfJ & BARBER MORNING APPEAL. TliritMDAY.. ...FKEaiABT 2H. 17 PENCIL SCRATCHES. Pr. M. It. Cliumbliii, tine of tho pioneers physicians of Austin and Eureka w;is in the ity yostci'iKy. The Doctor 3ms tunny friends lure. Business is iickiii! up in the north end of the city, one new store opened yesterday, and tho cNdpenlev.s hi e putting in rise fixtures of another. No bullion from the south. The li'.'htnin train does not go y Vallejo now. The road at that end is blockaded, or I it her washed out on account of tho floods. n the Jivriv d of our train ;st Sacramento it connect twin one on the Western division, ri tkiic; as neai ly as possible the time of tliu o'd St..c!, ion aiv :!!t'iod:;tion train. It'jttiniin li-isves S in Francisco via '. .i':! iti.l at the usual t J. The ii '1 tinuct ) i;n , o:i:.-:if . over :.t the 0 ipitol eo:t Dve. Tho lbior of the rotunda n completed f'oUM'i tin- ev room to cor respond with tlie cue in the main library, and the doors have been e ;c;iue.l ceilinward to cot'm'o comiiiunii-ition K.-;" . n the ujner levels. We ai:iioi:nce it with fear and i iblimj tii-'.t the mod i- dry in;; nj on t ';u-.-.!i street. Tilt! beys (,f the Ca's i'i ( bl.iriis are bt; : ijeitiiu' u) the Color Ciuard i:: ;;ood shaj c a rehearsal at tiie Justice's oliiee I s fV-li! (!.;'. .lohn v". M.sckay and A Sutvo were uiiio.i. the passeiievi s for Sm Fn.iieirtO last cvcitiii.'. e rcjflvt to learn taut Mrs. L. iie;at:!i pll is still (ptite ill. Hit many fiiends will be mined to learn of the fact. Trust soon to be- able to chronicle her recovery. I he morn mi! tram was a little lite tuts morning. Delay on the Central end again. Mm. Crews formerly of this city was mar ried in Eureka the other day. Ill t.t.S or a'AKK. Our strong suit, (if we may be indulged in We met a gentleman from Washington the other day who said Congressman Wren told the following ,n one of our State Officials. The said Official was coming up on a sleeper from San Francisco. There were but Tew pas seiu'ers in the car. Among them was an old fentleman about SO years of age, having an impediment in his speech, lie noticed the Oilioial and with great difficulty made his way across the car to his seat and aecooted him thus: "D-Do you ever p-p play cards for p nleasurer "No, sir," was the reply, "I never i lay cards at all." ''I'm sorry, "continued the old gentleman 4 I'm an old ni-man t-travel-ing r-round the world, t-trying to g-get a lit tle c-comfort in my d-deciining years. I wish J could get some one to p-play with ni-iuc, to while away an hour in this d-dull car. J would consider it a gr-groat favor." The rep resentative of the people, being a polite and altable gentleman, said, "Weil, sir, if 1 c:ui be of any service to you i'i making your trip any more attractive it will give me great pleasure to aeeommadate you, but 1 play so indiil'er enily that 1 hardly expect to amuse yon. J wish for your sake, sir, it were otherwise." The oidgentlemall accepted the situation with the terse remark, "Euchre is m-my g-ganie, whit is yours.' ' "Well, J guess 1 can wony We are to have another pleasant little set of Saturday evening Soirees as will be seen under the head of "New advertisements." The passion for dancing, notwithstanding the "Dance of Death, "seems to be on the increase, There will no doubt be many who will be glad to take advantage of the instructions given. Prof. Jacobson is well qualified to put the scholar through the facings and lead the ..illing feet up the steps. The music, which will be furnished by Louis Jacobson, J. P. Metier, P. Spargo, C. W. Friend and C. 1L.I1 will of course be excellent, t he names .are so well known that the mention of them is a sufficient guarantee of the otiality of the music- We predict a great rush and advise all who wish to learn to apply early. Ilf'KiXKSM 'Alt M.S. 'i lie UIoRxixt: At'i'!-: f. job office will print pi-. --sioiial and business :rds at rates ridic ulously low. Even spinsters and eliiebei: yet nil weaned cry for them! CARSON CITY, NEVADA. J. T. PAKTJ.IND, PH0PH1ET0H. rglHIS l,0G ESTBLISHRO ami FAVOR- II ite I'uliiic House having passed into new hands and having been Thoroughly Reconstructed! Throughout Is now conducted in all reflects as a XPlxrsz't Class Hotel. Tliis moans that Have oi Hand and Offer for Sale a Large and Well Selected Stock of GEF.E&AL MERCHANDISE, WJilCH WK OFFER AT AS L.OW IJATPS as any legitimate house in the trade can riossiblr aftorfl to sell and y their honest debts. tiic best tahlv d' tiote in the State of Nevada ; that THE EAft Is t'le most e.tiiipJi'U' ami uns fuih st'K'keJ of any in tho TIse fejJk kai i f -t in WV-.ti-rn .'V:M?a; :ei.I tl'C service is cilia! it' liie he-l h.it..'!s ill San Kianeico. Fast Fkkicht Link.- Franklin, nioueei fast freighter, lo has been tiirouo'h a -:i:ue or two." They yot out a ta ble and commenced. Tlie State ollieor won ten const -cut ive lilies ;;':! let the ancient traveler win one. The hitter said not a w time, r.'.-l w. This line will be a :vat corvenience v. ish it s'.icci ss. he old t?eeess- fully riiiiniifj lines in the eastern jiart of the State, '-u'Sid in ye.-ti. Muiy between this city and -ouio. lie lias put on a six horse team i (tiratit l.; tlie driver), v.incn went oti: r.er.vi.v I i loiiud. Most of the freight was marked I Willis t Martin. Franklin savs as soon as lev win ..e.e The Litter s-oii lint :i w.i!-'i. . . . . ...... ' i t he roads are m snaiio lie wi I o.oiiele ni Ins but gathered nil the cards after Ins single vie- I . , , -. , i i, i 1 stock and waeotis and run on regular elKduie toi v and returned to tile ena ot itie ear io wash his hands. ( ;ir hero was very near the Ktatioii at which he was to, disembark, a;: I fol lowed his companion into the retiring room, lie had been to San Francisco on State busi ness and w as in possession of a number of twenties. Wishing again to engage the trav eler in conversation, and to prevent such a cold, informal parting between new made friends, he went down into his pocket, brought up a handful f gold, and tapping the old gentleman on the shoulder said, in his most seductive tones, "Look here, my friend, wouldn't you like to play a little game for a small ante?" That man who had traveled tho expression), is the printing ot bills of fare. rollnj the worid( had 8een sharpers of every To seak after the manner of tho profane and nation, turned upon him a look of the great gamblesoine, we beat the deck on bills of fare, est disdain and replied, "I've b-b-been a As to price, that is a mere secondary con sideration. INQUEST. Last evening Coroner Kersey summoned a iurv consisting of .Josenh Mason, D. H. thinking you were one of th-them fellows, all along 1' The Moknin'o ArrnAL office (which is pro- Tided with the most extensive assortment of Icntz, E. David, Chas Harris, P. B. Ellis, 1 book and job material in Nevada), will print and Moses Chaplin to decide upon the cause of the death of Daniel Feenv. After viewing the remains, they repaired to the District Court room where witnesses were examined. From the testimony of the conductor of the j construction train, it was shown that the train was cut in thive d liferent pieces. Two bill heads, on the finest and best of paper as cheaply as the- can be procured in Sac a-mcnto. JrsTiCK Cor rt. The Temple of justice was opened in full form yesterday at two r. r. Mr. D. Dick was placed in the prisoners brakes were set on the standing cars and two jj. jt appearing from the complaint that on those coming down. V.y the concussion, Mr uk had been disturbing the peace of one of the brakes on the standing cars was tlle Sovereign State of Nevada, County of thrown oil', which caused them to move. Ihey Ormsby aforesaid, by causing great howls to were at the time about three quarters of s proceed from his throat, lying in the streets mile this side of the tunnel and the engine intoxicated and being otherwise obnoxious was not attached. The physicians thought alui iiruly 0n account of which he had dur- upon their first extmhiation that the wounds n tne j.iht previous been languishing in (mentioned in our last issue) would prove fa- the calaboose. He was asked if he wished to t.,1. Mr. King was examined as to tho speed make ;lnv statement in his own behalf. Not of trains auu regulations of the road. After being represented bv counsel he remarked consultation the Jury rendered the following .ivM. 1nt.. tr.nl on bottle for two rbhlts n I vi w " ' " - " " "1 verdict. "The deceased Daniel Feeny came viranv. I swallow him only two swallows to his death, by being run over by the cars of ami ,1 n)e doati drunk. Then lose one tho VivT. K. K. (.0. and we consider it hat one blanket" "Only two swallows" purely accidental and find no blame to be increduBisly queried the Court, "Yas," attached to any person or persons." ld 1 j)- u ..j ive lim rest of bctu t friend I guess maybe thr3 four Injuns dam ! drunk up Virginv yet." No further defense The Mo en 1 Nil Appeal establishment is pre- )eing presented the judgment of the Court pared to perforin job work at rates a long way was that Richard should be boarded at the it!i.i:: nc. .. An Ortin;iiK'C in rclati'in t- ;t.i in- :eid clei:' and alter ing a'ievs iu I'.ueu t'ii. Si'.erieN 1. Wiien a m i erily ei the ui uers r- ;reseiitin a niajority f the real est:.te in aluv in any lileek of land in said eity slia'l join in n written r,-j:H'sl tu the lieard ef 'i t ....-I. s I.;" :-;ed eity te have e;i. n..d tile ;i;h'V ill sneli lt'e- ''; (:n e ;--e an aiiey v.ere eri- iua!ly !:Jd nut in sneli hliiek), the Heard of Trustees wid make an order that sueh a!!iy lie opened. Sic. -2. Sv !ien a'l of the owners r.'resentin.' all of the real estate in any block of land in said eitv shall join in a written request to have the alky in such block elosed the H iani of Trustees will make an'order that such allev be clo-id. Si:e. ;!. When the health, comfort or cotivcniMice of the iniiahitants of Carson I'ity, or any portion et them, shall require that the alley in any block of land in said eity (orovided an alley were originally laid out in such block), lis opened or altered, the Hoard of Trustees may, upon the written request of one or lii.ire residents of said city, or upon the recomniondation of the Street Inspector, or upon iw own motion, in its discretion make an order that such sueh alley be opened or altered as the necessities of tae case may require. Sue. 4. All orders of the P.oard of Trustees made pursu ant to this Ordinance, shall, it necessary and when so or dered by the Board of Trustees, be executed by the City Marshal or by the street Inspector. Sue. 5. Ordinance No. 1U, entitled "An Ordinance in relation to opening and closing alleys in Carson City," adopted April 2ti, IsT.'i, and ail other ordinances or parts of ordinances in contliet with this ordiuauee, are hereby repealed. bated February 26, 1S7S. Approed. 1). A. IlV.MlKU. Attest; President pro tern. Ai.fKKD IIklu, Clerk. r ii a u.n hi: it i c a i,. il -'i'ri.-es of P.o.in! :'.:r,i ifoein-rer.t are reulat-.-tl to suit tile times. .lOHN T. PAN 11. INI), Proprietor. C.ir-e.n, .hueeirv t. 1?7S e-'cio.-e our business in Carson, we wiil S, t f II tlur Enf lid Mods of FURNITUEE and BEDDING At Ji. per cent L."i tiian Cost. Ont jitock. t onsits in Part of UlUtLill i, B'JTTER, F.LOUR, 0 ii a n , CLSTHiMB, L1QU0HS, OILS. PA1VJ'' All jH-rsons de.-itinix oods in our line are rosiectfuliy iiniti.d to call ainl le' cnvinceii ot tne truintiiiiiess 01 u stateinent. In tlie meantime we wiil do alt kinds of Repairing and Upholstering Work at the Lowest Living Hates. WOOD fc KELLY, Opposite the United States Mint. GREAT EXCITEMENT Tiik Tows is healthy. The sanitary condition is ail that the most fastidious of tlie medical profession could desire This, we are informed, is owiii!,' to the purity of the U. if,-s, medicines, fancy articles, ierfuinery, powder, )omatum, and peculiar article of improved pills funiisued by O. Pothceary Willis, at the old stand opposite the Capitol, and at the corner of Kin and Carson streets ; which, it is generally understood, every one understand. where it is. and it is only necessary to keep up the general run of the hen'.thj' condition of the general nervous system, or any other system, to keep on patronizing Willis. Everything ti the dru? line can be procured at the shortest notice and 01 ths most re.isonahle terms. jnl 1 It K A X CROWDS OF PEOPLE COJf- VX atantlv rusliint; to the larjfe Clothing Store of ICOPPEL & PIATT, CJorner of Carson and Third Streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, CARSON CITY. NEVADA. To view and purchase of their magnificent stock of FALL AND WINTER GOOD ii, J OH WOltlt. below the prices whieh obtained in the earlier and purer days of the Republic. -ft 1 . A 1 1 more excitement was inaiutesteit anil a greater crowd of interested spectators was called together tai Carson street, over the unkind trick of a hoodlum, who outjht to have been born a coolie, than any preacher in town can ,";ther in church on a Suiubiy morn ing. This cruel youth amused himself and expense of the County for ten days and work it out on the streets. We acknowledge tho receipt of a copy of the annual report of the State Controller for 1877. It is carefully prepared, and shows sixteen exhibits of the various funds, and presents the State finances in a healthy con dition. In statement M, by an error in the typo the cash in the State Treatury Deo. 31 1877, is reported to be 8333,80;). 81. It SHIPPI-VO TAGS. If there is any one thing that tlie Moknino Appeal can do better than another, it is to print, at the most preposterously low rates, the shipping tage so much needed by the mercantile community. M bis appreciative audience by tyinj; an oyster , , . , ,, , , . ., , , ,. , , should be, as per the books of the ofuce, can to the narrative of a little dog, about the ,. 0, .r... . . ,. , , . , . :i33 ,99.81. ANith the exception of this si.e of Jus foot, to the yelping pup s great an- .a. . . 1 . trifling mistake, the report will be found to uo ance. i iiu pooiuu naiuuaic cuouiiii 1 . , . . T . . be correct in all its parts. It make a very .Slouge tne nictuuoeia.., e, utao e ,u,uu,B neat Iiuje pampjet rhe worfc nana oiock, muen to me uisgusi 01 me spec tators. This sort of tiling is very elevating in its nature, and oiicrht to be encouraged in was execu ted by J. J. Hill, State fruiter. Daniel Feeny, the unfortunate man vjio order to give the innocent hoodlum oecupa- I was so severely injured on the railroad on tion. Mr. ltergh ought to have a chance at I Monday last passed away on yesterday morn characters who possess such a lively genius I iug about 11 o'clock. He bore his intense and heaUl.y imagination. I suffering with great fortitude until death I . j. . i;,.r tt :n 1 1 j About tiik Wkathrr.- Since the many U,,B to "m 1Cilct- "e W1U oe uuriBU uom and groat eiunges in the weather of late, Wle "lla everybody wishes that Charley Friend would 0 cl0CK . reaunie his tccustomed role of "old probabu- FONTKRS ifiMA 1i.liiv Plmrlpa filint. - flown bft- ., , ,., ,. , ITie Moknino Appeal job othce is better 4miask iit D'ti luii oltnvitci Huln t tint im A I wmv tt it v itx auni L'ii viii v - 1 record of the weather and all that sort of Prepared to print posters, handbills and thing is handy to have around. We expect dodgers than any establishment between San that arrangements will shortly be made where Francisco and Omaha. Come and inquire the vy tne one eyed telescope will be placed in tho observatory and the chalk record appear fin tllft bleV Knnril nniin In Jo.l.lon 1, r and cheer the heart of the weather hunter, .-". V. . ' nd riv nnr.Tn a nna fn. ,T PHT8ICIAH AND 8UBBON. front their rubber boots in time for the next I Offloo upsuira, over walls' Drug stow, tonn. ; I mhl CAR30N CITY. NEVADA. J. H. MARSHALL, AGENT FO!i o:iik iiuruvL and otueu jl.kad- ING IXHCRINCK VOMPAJJIKS. y Oliicrt at J.ihn S. f'm'a Hoolntorc. "3 Oarson, Jiuiri.rj '0, 187 GEORGE W. KITZMETEH HAS JUST KECEIVKI AIi'BGS STUCK OF THE LATEi Btylea of Walnut Chamber Suits, Beautiful Parlor Suits, Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Writing Desks and Tables of all Kinds. The above poode all come direct from I.astm manufac tories, made of solid walnut, and h:ive the niot desirable oil nmn. 1 nave also on hand a lare variety of Camp Chairs, Parlor, Office Eining anil Kltchon Chair, Lounges Spring Bed a, Mattreaaes, ami Pillow. COXSIST1JO Of Clen's, YouthV anil Boys' Clothing, Of all the latest styles, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Shirts. Collars, r.tc.. fctc. octiu JAOOe TOOFiiHER, WH01.1!SL1! AND RKTAIL PKALKH IX IMPORTED AN3 B3MESTIC CIGARS, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, Ktc Etc Etc ARLINGTON SLOCK, CARSOV CITY NEVADA. janlm DKRLIX WOOLS, f YARNS, PATTBUXS, KTC. prices. aeoStf GKORGE W. KITZME-VTCE; WLLS, FARGO & CO, jT ANKERS. EXCIIAN&E AND EXPRESS 1 OPKICK. carson crrr, kevada. From and after this date Wells, Fanro St Company will BUY AND SELL MINING STOCKS. Liberal Margin Allowed en Approved Storks. Owaoo, Angnst 23, 1877. - R. FRUD. CFSOOKS, Bookseller, Stutlonor an-l Gonenil Xew.spaper Auiit, and Wrioienk1 and Kotuil leaU'rin K'ok, Stat i"n cry. Sheet .Music, Watches, Jewelry, Sjh-c-torlts .MusilmI Instrumeiits Tys, Cutitry, 1'er tuniery, I'unih-i, iinishes, Seirars, Tnbaa-o, Meursehaum I'ipes, Ktc, Ktc Just received, a new invoice of ;;m. Pistols, and Anmiu- nition, of evL-ry dorvri)tiiii. Paily and Weeklv Kiitt-rpn-e, Virginia C'tmtnicJe, Califor nia XewspapjiN, un'i Kastern Periodicals, Maira-ines, Ktc, sent promptly to any part of the Coast, Kastern States or AUIOJ'I, ill IliC H'Otoii j'.wjimc II. FKED. HROOKS CAKSON C I 1 , j K A1A, nv24 Next door to the Carson Ttiea-ter. JOHN G. FOX, l'KALKB IN WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVER-XV ARE, 23c olsis. Stationery toys aiss, Fismxa TACKLE, 4 NOTIONS. Canon (.treet. opposite the Capitol. Carson, January 1 1878. (STOVES TI.VWARK. HARDWARE BOOTS AKI SHOES, Etc. Etc Ktc. From our Ion experience in tho hnsmess, and knowings and upprefiatin the wants of our customers and the in habitants of this section of the country jrsiicrallr, we feel We Can Guarantee Satisfaction To U who may furor us with their patronage. Give m call and examine our stock and prices before purchasing elsevrhere. CILLSON & BARBER. Carson, October G, 1S77. AV IXC RENTED T H E;; PI0?jEER SCAP FACTORY, I will manufacture the best quality of Chemical Olive Soap, Sal Soda and Washing Powders,.! And will supply the public on most reasonable terms J. W. PUFFV Carbon, September 3, 1S77. MEW DEPARTURE! DOUBLE ATTRACTION! Dry Groods, Groceries, Olotlxlaasr CVERYTHISHG FOR EVERYBODY ! IAIiIiIS HKOTilaliRS Are at the old stain!, ami prepared to accommodate old and new customers uith srooi articles at low piict-s. Carson, January 1, 1S1.S. C;" S3. CLESCOVICH. PROPKtKTOK. Northeast corner of Carson an.l Second Sts. K-T F;n'ly I'nriinc on Second street. opposite the Oimsby House. STRAYED. rjJAMK TO MY RANCH ABOUT Ihe 1st of Jane last. A Chestnut-Sorrel (Mare) Colt, about 15 hands hii'h, with two white hind foet, a white 6taron forehead and branded N on left fore shoulder. The owner can have the same bv proving property and paying charges. "J JUIl.-V LOJlllS, At the Duffy Ranch, Warm Springs Road. February 19, 187S. riHIS WFC.T K VOW.V A NO VfJ-ESTA B- 1 lished hrst-maw ISestaurant and Oyster Stand is kept. pen from o cioclc a. .. until A s. ji. The cooking and II the facilities are unsurpasjcd by any establishment of the kind, here ur elsewhere. Older will receive prompt attention. iiTMr. Clescovich will superintend personally. I..!.. - 11 III I , IOI I. THE ONLY ONE PRICE STGEE IN TOWN I FJSAIVK KOSKOWITZ DEALER IX MEN'S A HO BOYS' 1. W. TOX, M. D. 1. s. M. SMART, U. D DRS. FOX & SMART, pHYSICIANg AND SURGEONS. OmCB: Wait" Bundiaar. corner of Kin sr.il Cnrrr StrwM, Carsos City, Nerada. Furnishing' Geods, Hata and Caps, Boots and Shoea, Tranks.lValises,, Blankets, Mattraaaea te....T Ktc Bte COUNT T BUILDING, CARSON CITY. NEVADA . aettf