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MORN TNG APPEAL
Tuesday ji'm as. im t'rnnrlM- Mtr U Kxrliaaire Nairn. MOKNINU l!OAKI. v,lur ,6, 5i'. M.-xi.-sn Ml 17 'Jo:i.. A. C'lrrv 7' ,, ft. 7 KMt li.-u-Jn-r IV-,,. 1.17,; tx Calif irru lO'J. lo'i Savarc il-V. H'i Coiuhdus Virginia rt'K Clmliar Potosi -JU',, ! Hale & Norcrom 7 hi Crown Point TsZ, 7' ,' Tcllow J.-kt li;;. iVi, It imperial 71r Kertuck :t 4ii, ;J JO Alpha 10 Belcher I Xi Cmifidence a, ft1 j Sierra Nevada bit I tub KM-,', 10'4 Kul!irQ 4 lTrman 11. II1, Kcnqtir 2?-,'. ! sp Justice 5''(', 5' Succor 1 40 Union Consolidated s'v t Alia 1. "Ji h.l Julia O'H Caledvinia 4 Silver Hill -.' Challenge toe. New York Con. !0r Woodrille S..C Wells-Fargo UH' Ward 1 So Trojan Leviathan ir Kenton S 10 Solid Silver 2 .V KVRMMil BOiKO. Kureka 4S' .j. 47 Jackson 3 leopril 9iK HaiTibn.-? 1), Gila 60c V. Belle 10 rl'lsaey 4-'" Manhattan I Free 2'V Grand i'riw 3 a! Navajo 4.'m In leendor.c t '0 Endowment 7('e Silver Prize ii'c Vaicon UK Hillside 1 i Modoc " New 0oo 4iV ftoclitol ! Tiptop Hoc it.n s ; ti M Wiitn 4 Ar,vnta 50c Wa-d 1 4'. iVii- 5i. '' ;. o b' .;','. Hn'fvi it;1 " ii. i r 1,1 i II lie & NrT "Ms 7', .. Yedow JavKet 10 H, Id , Julia ' j. b 'j Union Con. 7'H, S Alpha rSi, K lavage 1 l Wicrrt Ncs-la s'j. 7V4, " Con. Virginia S' ; 10 tslifomia 10, ' I Gould S v'urrv 7! :, 7,it '"nU-donia ? OS Oiwn lint &'-4. H- t'uih 10 j(i.si' j Alia 7', DOTS AND FRECKLES. 'o note that the County has taken our hint aiii some carpenters at work patch- u uj the flo.ir of the balcony of the County lJ'iildiu. It is aoinethiiig like putting new wino inro old bottk-, tlius to expend new lumber on such an old ramshackle aa that ; ut it is a neccRsary extravagance, we suppose, We sec that, Mr. Madge has so far recov erj(d from hi recent indisposition as to ap pear on the street. Ho looks a little " off," l-jt is hy n means either an invalid or a ivrock. H p(;i ti see him fully recovered ere ll!5. Mr. V. N. Tieete, of the Eagle Salt Works, was in the citv yesterday. He returned to his place of business last evening. We saw the Champion Iaar of Eagle Valley yesterday, sud he owned up that even himself was obliged to surrender to the hot weather nd exclaim in truth that Beecher's famous saying wiia quite in point. There is large share of the old Adam in ah Indian, even a Washoe. While the ba bies of the tribe were engaged in a diminu tive jame of football yesterday, their sires fere deep in the mysteries of lucky-stick moute. The women were gathered from far ,id near; the youths of the campoody were close-packed iu rear of the participants, and the dealer had just made his lay-out. Down came- a spotted-face braye with his "pile" upon the dcuco of clubs. Opposed to that card was the nine of spades. The nine was turned up " in the door" - the winning card. j d --- ! was the unmistakable expression of chagrin and rage which fell from that red man's hps ; and the swearing could not have boen more timely or heartfelt if it had come scorching and smoking from the red hot throat of the late lamented Jimmy Horton ! Wk congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Olcovich nrn the escape- from serious injuries made l.y their little boy. He got himself run over ly a horse anil phieton yesterday afternoon ; but by a lucky turn he only was pretty badly frightened. D:c k Lambkkt, the wide awake Washing ten correspondent of the San Francisco iW passed this point yesterday going to the Com titock. Got a note from him, and greatly re gret that we could not have seen him face to fai-e. Pssei Thkoi gh. Hon. Jonas Seeley came from San Francisco on Sunday morn ing ; and Mr. W. N'. Leete passed here going to Virginia. Leete is last from the Salt Works in Churchill county. Good (Ik.iintn-i. One who is an excellent judge of such work says that the graining in the State Library is the best imitation of wood he has ever seen. Mr. Theodore Wistters who was here yesterday enjoying a brief reunion with his many friends, left last evening for the Bay. Fly time has come again. Also musquito time. Moreover, the unwise moth flutters his brief wings in the candle light. Sunday was the hottest day and Sunday eight the hottest night of the present season. ABOl'T TOWN. Wc think we characterized the Monday of last week as of a blueish tint. If memory serves, we did not describe it as of a deep or decided tinge of blueness; but merely as par taking of a cerulean hue, as by the birthright and race of a long line of Mondays. But yesterday was a Monday which most em phatieaMy betrayed the stronger and more marked traits of its lmeage. As one says when talking of a boy who is like his dis tinguished or notorious male ancestors, yes terday "took after" its paternal grandfather Old Blue Monday himself. There was a brooding quiet on Carson street such as op pressed the Roman General, Marina, as he s;it among the ruins of Carthage ; there were surroundings which suggested the exclamation of Orson Dabb the Hitite when he solilo quised: "Deeply, darkly, beautifully blue; not me, myself, but the expanse of Ether." i Still we noticed that the fellow citizen who was tired and worn with the heat and burden of the da- betook himself with zest to the cool shade of Gus Lewis' Bar or snuggled up lovingly within the sound of the regurgita tions of Thaxter's soda fountain. The morn ing opened cloudy , but it was the cloudiness of a hot and lowering midsummer day. When the sun came out in his wrath he seemed to scorch the Capitol, blister the streets and rebake with a baking which was extra and superfluous, the bricks wherewith some of our more solid structures are builded. Human nature was too hot arid weak and perspiring to yield the seeds and kernels of newsy items. Exertion was impossible ; aud even the clocks seemed to have taken on a languor and an indolence which partook of the general demoralization and prevalent laziness. The only vivacious thing on aii the street was the sprinklinij-cart ; and it seemed to have lost something of the vigor of its gushfiilness. A legitimate child of iu father's family was yesterday. C.OING TO THK SIK1SGS. Col. Pantlind is going to the Genoa Hot Springs to doctor his pet leer. "Pant" was a soldier-man once in his life. When the Indi ana troois were called out to stand bv the ITnion, P;.nt shouldered his gun and marched to the front. He served his country like a patriot of the true Indiana type and then turned his sword into an ice-pick and opened a hotel. Subsequently lie went a rangering down in Texas and New Mexico, and while in those border countries he got into au In dian tight and received au arrow wound in this pet lef of his. The wound has plagued him, from time to time, ever since. We have no record of the outcome or whereabout of the Indian who sent this arrow into Pant's pants but if h e served mmseir as ne t!e served he went oil" and became a good In dian and had a small family funeral of his own. The Colonel will remain at the Springs for a week or ho ; and in that time he hopes to find hii leg restored to a condition of soundness. PERSONAL Congressman Wren and Fred Hart, who have been in these parts since the Pioneers' picnic, went hence yesterday evening, their destination being the Bay of San Francisco. Mr. D. R. Sessions, principal of the State University at Elko, betook himself to that city of academic groves and salubrious breezes on last evening s train. A CLOUD BURST Was anticipated by some of our more sensa tional and less evenly balanced fellow citizens yesterday afternoon ; and we know that some drops of rain fell upon the just and unjust, because this scribe was sensible of one of those small pluvial falling upon his own person, while Fred Hart, with whom he was talking, was similarly visited. The burst did not come. WE APOLOGIZE. In hi3t evening's Gold Hill Ntu-.i we End the following : " The Carson Ai-peal of yes terday, speaking of the Pioneer picnic, says : ' From a thoughtful friend who was present and took some notes, we are provided with the material for the following brief report : ' Then it goes on to appropriate a portion of Senator Jones' speech, as telegraphically re ported in the News of Saturday, but winds up by accidentally clipping the closing portion of our report of the picnic, word for word, stating it to be the concluding words of Jones' speech, thus making a palpably ridiculous burlesque of the whole. What's the matter, neighbor ? What has the News been doing t you that you cannot be a little more honest and decent, or at least courteous toward us?" iB-Apologetic: We are grievously at fault, brother. What we did was done i one of those hair-brained hurries which make the editorial trotter "break" and go to pieces, as it were. We meant right ; but somehow, what with the scissors and the heat, the emergency and the hullabaloo , oh, you know how it is your self ! We own to being in possession of the goods; but we didn't mean to steal 'em. That is, we plead guilty, hut we recommend ourselves to the mercy of the Court. Satis factory ? Yestbrday's Hotness. Our evensng con temporary having said in its issue of last even ing that the thermometor yesterday scored 104 degrees in the shade, Cld Probabilities, Charley Friend, repaired to his observatory to consult the standard registering thermom eter there. He found its highest figures Btanding At 92. ! SUNDAY SHOOTING OF THE CARSON GUARD. The Carson Guards betook themselves to a point near Tom Eager's old mining timber mill on Sunday and shot their annual target match for a medal and the honors of marks men. The scores made are as follows : k'ir. 41 Parker. . Saffell. . . Heritage Duncan . 38 33 3 38 Taylor, F. E Maish 40 Taylor, W. L 1 Starling Colver 32 Cagwin Laing 3$ Mills 1- Stocker 3 Borge3 3. Van Reed '- Our old friend, Al. Mills, it will be seen, won the leather adornment. Mr. King's shooting is very creditable. Of course he walked off with the jewelry. Old Broadhok.ns was in Elko county on Saturday last. Detuty Controller Hanford is at Ham ikon. mix or fare. " Our strong suit, (if we may be indulged in the expression), is the printing ot bills of fare. To speak after the manner of the profane and gamblesome, we beat the deck on bills of fare. As to price, that is a mere secondary con sideration. BILL 11EA. The Morn'ino Appeal office (which is pro vided with the most extensive assortment of book and job material in Nevada), will print bill heads, on the finest and lcst of paper as cheaply as they can be procured in Sacra mento. .1. P. Hixton. with Kdvrard Kennedy, Mer chant Tttilor, 505 California Street. .San Fkancibim), June 2o, lr7S. Hnir.ir enj-ijod mvse'i with the old and -wel! known H u of F Kmrntiy, 505 California street, San Francisco who ha ciijiatfed a celebrated Cutter from Broadway, New York City at a great expanse. I would ba piuaitc-d to hav? you send in your order, as I have placed all my measures taken by me on his ledger, and if desired I will send sample of our late imported English and Fre:i :h f-xla. Very rejectfaly, .1. P. Hivson. NOTICE! FjpO CON'SC3IKa OF WATER WATER must not be used for purposes of Irrigation except on TCKSDAYS. THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS (hose held in hand) Sprinkling of streets and sidewalks prohibited. Any deviation from these rules will cause the supply to be out oil. CVKSON WATKR COMPANY. T. C. I'ih-kxrv, Secretary. Carson, June lth, W. m N O n I O 332 ! J. JOHNSON, 'AM-OR. HVIVQ"il te illness, desire to in- II f us that he has reopened 1 r if 1 recovered from his lati form liis friends and patrons that he has reopem his Tailoring: Establishment, and is prepared to firc satis faction to all who may wish any work done in his line. Remember the place. Two Doers South of Circe's Hotel. July 20th, 1S7S. lw WANTED TO EXCHANGE. TAXTED TO EXCHANGE ONE HI N- V dred and sixty acres of land one miie ana a half from Reno for a house and lot in Carson. Enquire at this urfiee. jel9-tf f if Refer to John D. Kersey, Reil Estate liroker. BKTW8KN CAUS9X AND L4KK VIEW, a Memorandum Rook, containing papers and letters. The linder by leaving the same at the Carson Post Office wiil confer a favor. Uyasw-I A. CAMERON. THE MYSTERY SOLVED. Six Shirts for S7.50! AT FRANK BOSKOWITZ'S. THE ONLY ONE PRICE STORE IN TOWN I DEALER IN MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, PurnLiblnf? Goods. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Tmnki, Valtie. Blankets, Mattresses, Etc Etc .Etc COUNTY BUILDING. CARSON CITY NEVADA myHtf V. & T. It. K. SUNDAY- EXCURSION TRAIN TO BOWERS' MANSION STEAMBOAT 8PRINCS. Commencing Sunday, June 23, And continuing on following Sundays until furtner notice a tipscial Train a'ill be run between Virginia and Steamboat as follows : Will Loavn i Virginia 8:l."i A. M. Carson 14:00 a. M. Arriving' at BoweM Steamboat. ....10::!0 A. M. 10:55 A. u. Reluming; Leave Steamboat 3:50 p. M. Leave Bowers 4:10 p. m. Arriving at Carson. . . Virginia . . . 4;45 P. M. . . 6.33 P. M. RATES OF FARE i Virginia and Gold Hill to Carson and return 91. 60 Virginia and Gold Hill to Bowers or Steamboat and return 1 so Carson to Bowers or Steamboat and return 1. 00 Children between 5 and 13 years, one-hali reduced rates. f&" Tickets good on Special Train only. Tri H. M YE KINGTON, General Sujierintendent. E. Nubs, Ueneral Ticket Ag-eut. JeJotf THE SEW GOODS! EW PRICES! I'sLvWr reem'ved an oniimi.il larire stock thin Sprinc, wc haic concluded Ui make a reduction in every line of ods in oitr store, and invite everybody to call and convince themselves before purchasing elsewhere, n e can paniL attention to our late addition of Croceries, Liquors. Hardware, Crock ery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Wall Paper, Hats, Tobacco and Cigars, Which we are now offerin; lower than any house in the State, and will always guarantee satisfaction in quality of Gooii, Weiirht and "Measure. Goods delivered in the city and neij,'borhood free of charge. HARRIS BEOi Carson, May 6, 1873. PIONEER DRUG STORE. Corner of Carson and King streets. GEO. C. THAXTER, PROPRIETOR. (Successor to O. P. Willis.) DBALER IK DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, BKCSIIES OF ALt. KINDS, Trasses, Supporter and Shoulder Bracet, Field and Garden Seeds. 4-jrN. B Prescriptions carefully compounded, day or nis;ht. eli GRAND PICNIC 'Jf T1!P. VIRGINIA AND CARSON TUR1TVEREIK' ! TREADWAY'S PARK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1878. jylitd MASON & CO., Iff CORDETT BLOCK, NORTH CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY, NEVADA, HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN O 33 2FL X XE3 S Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, CannedFruits, Butter, Lard, Grain, Coal Oil AND ALt ARTICLES JUSUAIXY KEPT IS A FIRST CLASS STORE Of the kind of mercantile ousinees in which they are enjjaged 3T Orders taken and Goods delivered 1-S TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHAEGE MASON A. CO. Carson, Jay 5 1876 NURSE GIRL WANTED. A GIRL TO TAKE CHARGE OK CHFL c dren ia wanted. Call at this office for particulars. July lSth, 187S. JACOB TOBRINER, WH0LE8ALB AND RKTAII. DEALKR 1.1 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, PI PES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES. CUTLERY, Etc Etc Etc ARLINGTON BLOCK. CARSON CITY NEVADA. Jan 1 in GILLSON & BARBER Have on Hand and Offer for Hale a Large and Well Se.'ected Stock ot GENERAL MERCHANDISE, WHICH &KR AT AS LOW RATES :i .1-. l-.-iritin. ite hmihc in the trade eau possibly afford t ;.i .u.U jv liieir honest debts. Oat Stock Constats In Part of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, SUTTER, FLOUR, GRAIN GROUND FEED. 3 CLOTHING, LIQUORS, Patent Modiclnos, OILS, PAINTS, CROCKEItr, STOVES TINWARE, HARDWARE. BOOTS ASI SIIOJES, Ec... ..KtC. ...ec.; From onr Ion experiem. in the hu!:i?. and knowing and appreciating the wants of our eJt.men and the in habitants of this section of the country generally, we fee We Can Guarantee Satisfaction To all who may favor us with their patronage. O' ve us h call and examine our stock and prices before purchMginjf alsewliere. CILLSON & Carson October f. 1877. BARBER. 1 HI 3FL 3?L ? J3 Infallible Insect and Vermin DESTROYER, IS THE O.VLY PERFECT AND 8UCCESS ful exterminator ii this country to make clean work of lied Blurs Fleas, t.myback?. Flies, Ants, Cockroaches, Moths, Mosquitoes, Lico on Canary Birds, Plants, Fowls, and Animals; in fact, a complete exterminator of all insect life, without exception. This article has become a house hold necessity. I offer the same to consumers, rich ir loor, at such price as t" enable all to use it plentifully, tw as to i;uarautee e.ve:'V purchaser a complete success. Only Poison to Insect Life. Kerr's Erasivc Soap for taking Grease Spots, Tar. Paint Pitch and all kinds of stains out of Silken, Woolen, Liuen, or Cotton Goods. Kerr's Sure Cure for Astnma. Kerr's Sure Cure for Toothache. Kerr's Shamioin for bcautiiy iriif the Hair. Kerr's Yeast Powder best in the market try it. Every article to do as recomuieuded, or money re funded. Kerr's Sure Cure for Corns, Uuuionu, Wart ttnii Freckles. A FEW OF THE MSY TESTIMONIALS: Johnson & Limmcll, proprietors of Parker House, corner of K aid Tenth streets, Sacramento, Cal.; F. A. Preston, wholesale dealer in wines, liquors and family kToeerics and hotel proprietor, Washington, Yolo county, Cal.; Mrs. Kerr, 1 North C street, Virginia, Nev.; John Moody, proprietor of Truckee Hotel, Truckee, Cal.; J. J. Smith, proprietor Au burn Hotel, Auburn, Plaoer county, Cal.; L. U. Smith, merchant, itiiiaster and Wells, Fargo & Co's atrent, Roek lin, Cal.; Asa Plank, proprietor Exchange Hotel, Colfax, Cal.: E. P. Hoy, Crystal Peak, Nev.; Peter Yaijer, whole sale brewery and saloou keeper, Folsom, Cal.; S. B. Coolie, proprietor American Laundry, Sacramento, Cal. ; Mrs. Mary Cribbans, boarding and lodging house keeper, Ama dor City, Cal.; D. Kniser, restaurant and lodirtinr house keeper, Carson City, Nev.; Warren Jt Sunderiaiid, whole sale aud retail butchers, Sutter Creek, Amador county, Cal.; J. H. .Miller, proprietor of Miller's Hotel, Iitrobe, Cal.; Curly (V Malum, proprietors Oepet Hotol, Colfax, Cal. I have 'l.'iOO )ouiuis on hand plenty to supj ly Ui trade. Orders bv express, C. (. I)., or by mail, promptly attended to. Address all orders to JAMES CL'KKAN, Postolfice Box No. HIS, Virginia City. Nev. Also active au'onts wanted for Cii parts of the Paeifk: coast. My Powder warrants! to do as represented in every jwticular or money refunded. The public will find it to their interest to look after niv advertisements in the following paers, viz : Virginia Ktch ing Chronicle. Keno Gazette, Nevada City Herald, Carson Tribune and tiiis paper. Geo. C. Tliaxter is agent for Ormsby County. All orders left with him will receive prompt attention. je30 MANUFACTURERS OF THE BRHT IMPROV cd Trusses, constructed on sci entific principles, A perfect retain er, combining ease ami comiort. CAldFoKMA ELASTIC TRUSS CO., 013 Sacramento St., San Frau- isco. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Recommended ly tht Medical Faculty oT aan rrnncitfco. S-AS Fkam-isco, July i. lb7. 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Itissuw rior to any of the Elastic Trui-scs now in the market, whilr. it combines the merits of all. 1st - It is easily adjusted on and off, with sna. doing away with straps and buckle. 2p The universal spring between the plate and pad pre vents all irritation, which is a oonsrxn to the sufferer. 3d -The pad is adjusted on and off in a:i inctant. and can be changed lor any other size and form m'u suitable t the ease. In faet. it. combines every uuaiity essential t comfort and durability, and is uiit-uualoi in lightnest, elasticity, natural action and artistic linish. Many of my patients who are afflicted with Hernia are wearing them. and all shall in the future, for I think the great ease by which these purely scientific appliances are n-aue emeu- ciotis, is truly remark vble. You can refer any parties to me on the subject t their merits. I remain, yours truly, L. UtAlr.n uirvno, Physician and Surgeon, 609 Sacramento street, San Francisco. 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