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WEDSESAT... .Al'lTST 13, IH7D H(M 'raninr litork Eihanj;e halm. MORMNO BOABD Opbir, Sei 37 Mexican 80'-, Would 'urrv ll1 Best & Holder, lis1 California, ft',; Kentuck, 44 Crown Toint. 4 fll Confidence, 12 12' Consolidated Virginia, 6J,g Chollar, ?s Potosi, 4'i Hale Ji Norcross, ixC, Yellow Jacket, 17 ltl.7 Imperial, 1 50 Alpha, 22'4 Belcher, 4 2o Sierra Nevadn. 43, 43'J Utah, 19 184 Bullion, Exi'hviiier, !' fi Uvcniian, 9' 4 9 Justice, 3 4fi Buecor, l.'ic Vnion Consolidate1, 47 AltA, 0j lady Hrvan, 90 J in, a, 4 ..0 Caledonia, 2 10 Kilver Hill, Challenge, 2' New York. 7." Lly Washington. 1 SO N. Uonanza, 1 3") North Con Virginia 9 Flowerv M Wanl. 1 70 llackay, ItiO Scorpion 2 ttO Benton. 4 10 Leviathan 40c Antics I 10 Con IVirado 1 ,'0 Occidental 2 KVKNIKO BOARD. H. k E'y S'$ Imparl. 1 10 Eureka Cou. 1.1 !4 liila 1'. Jackson 4' j Manhattan 1 (Iran I IV. ze. 3 OS Independence 2 70 Itechicl !'- Bndie K h B. Ho lie I'M! Booker 1 20 llono 8 Tiotra 4 Voru-x 70 Champion, 60 b tf-k Hawk 1 30 Belvidcie, 1 2) fvndicate. 6 B". Isle 3 20 Dudley. U: nvn Bee, 70 II Whit. S J h Bulwer, 7oc tlrimtal, tin Orient, 25 Addenda, 4 Caledonia I! 11., 2 Arsrei.ta 1 o.r Albion l.i'' Con. raenle 7 Jupiter 2 30 Summit 134 Noonday 3' 4 McClinton 71 Northern Belle, 4 40 G'Hidshaw, fiO Paradise l- Vnlver.-ltv. 40 Tiptop 1 0r Walts ft'. j Creosus 2.i G. Terrace 13 Bulwer 'i Hilver Kin,' o'i llauimoiith, MOONLIGHT PARTY. MEETING OF THE GRAND LODGE OF K. OF P. flECOXO DAT. Grand Lodge called to order at 10 o'clock with P. G. C, C. E. Ltiughton in the Chair. Roll called and all the officers were present. Roll of lodges called and representatives I from Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, responded. P. C. E. J. Powers, of No. 4 was invested with the G. L. decree. On motion of Representative Morrison of No. 3 the next session of the G. L. be held in Reno on the second Monday in August, 1880. A committee of three was appointed to draft resolutions on the death of P. C, T. J. Murphy of No. 4. Reported. The office of Grand Chancellor being vacant, Representative G. H. Morrison of No. 3 was duly elected and installed to till the office for the unexpired term. At 11 o'clock the Grand Lode proceeded to an election of officers, which resulted as follows: Supreme Representative P. O. C. , C. E. Laughtou; Grand Chancellor, John A Johnson; Grand Vice Chancellor, J. J Cooper; Grand Prelate, T. M. Trenberth K. 5f R, & S., P. H. Mulcahy; Trustees M. Holmes, A. Leport, VV. P. Bowden. On motion of Representative Hunt a recess was taken until 1:30. After recess the Grand Lode was called to order bv G. C. Morrison. After disposing of miscellaneous business the elected onicers were installed by the retiring G. C. Adjourned sine die. DISTRICT COURT. Court met at 10 o'clock pursuant to ad journmen?, Hon. S. D. King presiding: John Weiss vs. S. T. Svit't: Ovvino to the non-arrival of Judge Seavvell, before whom the case is to be tried, it was continued un til 10 o'clock this inor.iing. In the matter of the estate of Wirt nop kins, deceased: Petition for order allowing dual account, granted. Ellen E, Hixon vs. Pixley & McConneli Upon resuming this case at 5 r. M. , the re butting testimony of plaintiff was introduced, whereupon the Court took a recess until 7 13 p. m On reassembling of Court, the re spective counsel agreed to limit the argu ments to two hours each. N. Soderberg made the opening argument for the plaintiff, followed by Mr. Dickson, who was followed by Mr. Lindsay, and General Clark closed for the plaintiff. The case will have gone to the jury before this morning. LATEST FROM EUREKA. At the solicitations of some of the best i esiemay anernoon governor iv.nueaa re- Mies nd gentlemen of this city, Mr. J. W. ived telegram from Major E. M. Robin- n I ..r?T:.T7..ii '--A. r i ..... .. . "cv. Varney has consented to "give a moonlight dance in the pavilion at Treadway's Park, on Friday evening, the 15th instant. The party promises to be a very select one. The music will be unusually good, and all w ho attend can be assured of a pleasant time. son, of His Excellency's staff, resident at Eu reka, that the rioters are destroying property in some cases, and that immediate action ought to be taken to quell the proceedings. There are one thousand men at Alpha, Rob ert Creek, Fish Creek and Newark, aided by a thousand more who do everything to resisr Mr. R. J. Pensell, a member of the firm the authority of the Sheriff and his posse, of D. Hicks S:Co., of San Francisco, is in Major Robinson says that ammunition must Carson soliciting orders for their hotel regis- be forwarded at once for the military, or the ter. There is no better investment for a mine owners will be necessitated to close good house than an ad. in one of these regis- down the furnaces, for the coal burner mob ters, which is always opeu to the public. will not permit any one to deliver coal there. "Wk were shown a sample of the prepared Acting in accordance with these advices, the soap taken from the Elko soap mine. In ap- Governor sent out a supply of ammunition pearance and effect it is all that it is re pre- last night, w hich w ill be effectually used un tinted to be. The next discovery will no less the untutored mob comes to terms. doubt be a baby mine. A FEMALE THREATENS TO SHOOT A MAN . At o o clock last evening a woman Known as " Dublin Mary" who was a loser in the failure of the firm of Pixley & McOouneil a year ago, was hanging about the Court House for the purpose of seeing Mr. Isaac McCon nell, who is in the city in attendance on the District Court, where he is a defendant in a suit. Miry had not long to wait before Mr. McConneli canio alomj and was about going up stairs into the Court-room. She stopped him and demanded the money she had lost when the firm suspended. Mr. McConneli replied that he had no money and was utter ly unable to comply with her demand. Upon this she made use of the vilest language that was ever heard, applying every vulgar epithet to him that she could conjure up in her coarse mind. Mr. McConneli listened to her for a few moments and then made a move as if he were about going up stairs, when she caught hold of him with her left hand, which is big enough to hold any man, for she is a very powerful woman, and with the other delved into her dress pocket for a pistol, saying. "Now you sou of a b , I'll shoot your brains out." At this juncture an officer inteifered, and made the infuriated Amazon release her grasp. After this Mr. McConneli proceeded on his way up stairs, but the wom;m followed him to the door of the Court room, without, however, making any further hostile demonstrations. Although those who lose money in the failure of any b inking or broker's house are entitled to the sympathy of all, yet the sutTrers have no right to take the law into their own hands, as ''Dublin Mary'' endeavered to do ; the Courts are created for that purpose, and if she has well founded grievances, of the existence of which we have no doubt, she ought to present them in proper form for redress, and not attempt to shoot a "ian on the street. The officer who saw the trouble is also to be censured for not arresting the woman when he saw her miking demonstrations to shoot Mr. McConneli, and also for permitting her to follow him upstairs. How did he know but what "Dublin Miry" would carry out her purpose when his (the fficer's) back was turned ? It is an officer's duty to prevent crime, if it lies in his power: but the officer in question was guilty of great imprudence. NEW WILSON SEWING MACHINE. Experience his proved that the be-it is the cheapest , uui the f-et apply generally. But juit at preien t we are ,'.iiij to tu'k about Sti'.V! G M V.'ilt Ei. The sewing naeiiine in its ax HI p.-rfeet t'or u H pjeaiiarly an Anuri- cjji inve.ittoii. This industry, wlnea has already reaenea ineh ri mtie orot irtinm in mis country, is djsuned to increase, for our sewing machine manufacturers have the entire world as a markst lor their jjooaa. Are, uie lew ieadiny; machines, the Wilson, m formerly constructed, u 'ind.iubte lly ooe of the beHt. The .New Vi!m ma chine, which id now upon the market, is remarkable for the peculiar combination ol mechanism by winch all oi the movement re iu:red to make the siitch are effaced hy few nd simple parts. I'hid machine is th result oi years of experiment conducted by skilled workmen The Wilson Sew.n Machine Oompauy have in thar new ma chine reduced the number of twin moving auu stationary p.irts to wonderfully small number, and such partt ao are imuloyed are s disposed that lict.lt. powc is required a overcome inertia. The machine in jonse.(U.'iice runs iihlly aJ evenly, and may be prop iled by foot poer at a very high ra.e of six.-el. The r'us jii Sewing Vlichine Com any, wit i the ep.rii whicl. characterizes tt'etern enterprise, h ivs built up a lare and prosperous business, whica is cond.icud in one of the tin :st buddings in Chicio, and they are now re.ipin the beueflu f plac ing the prices of sewin-C midlines on a re s .liable nca.e. il is a fae not generally s-oown, ihat the Wilson Sewinn Machine Compmy were th.' ttrst to cut down hijrii prion, m l and toolfer a nrst-c'as miahin.; at a ix r price. Mr. John l. F is is the ijusou Sty a,'ent for tliew machines, at whose p! ice of b-isinesi they can oe inspected. A coin parUoi of ni i'iines a id pric is invite I jl4-lin Telegraph Cigar Store, J. F. FAKitLI Proprietor Wants Looking After. The fire plug near General Clark's residence needs looking after and overhauling. On Sunday when the fire broke out in that section of the town, the firemen found that the plug was out of order aud could not bo used. THE DOUBLE HEADED WOMAN AND OTHER NOVELTIES, On the IS'h and l'.th instants Miss Millie I Christine, the double headed woman, and the dwarfs, B iron Littlefinger and Count Rose bud, will be on exhibition at Moore & Par- JOHN T. PantliM) leaves here to-morrow ker's Theater. Miss Millie is the greatest ou his southern prospecting trip. He sajs wonder that nature has ever produced; she that his principal search will be for platinum, has two well formed and intelligent heads. in relation to which he has been correspond- The heads converse with each other and ap ing wnn i nomas a. r.aison. peap to fid great piea9Uro i each other's It is whispered that the members of the conversation. She is truly a wonderful being Reform Club contemplate giving a dramatic anj ought to be seen by everybody performance at the Opera House ; whether it is to take place soon or at a distant day could not be learned, however. Tub Ormsby House table is better than it has been for the past year. It is evident that Mr. Sharp, the new landlord, means to keep up the former excellent reputation of that popular hotel. Everybody likes it, it is pleasant to take, and a prompt physic. If you are bilious or constipated, try it. The great anti-bilious remedy, syrup of figs. For sale by all drug gist!. al2. Syarr of figs is a prompt purgative and very pleasant to take. It is splendid for the liver, stomach and bowels. Try it and you will feel better. For sale by all druggists. Ma. T. B. II. Stknhouse, correspondent of the New York HenM, passed through to Virginia on the lightning yesterday morning. Byrpp of figs cleanses the system and puri fies the blood. It cures biliousness, consti pation, etc. For s de by all druggists. Senator W. It. Kino, of Lyon County, and County Clerk McDonald, of Stony County, were on the train last evening. BuLLioy. Tha southern stage brought in three bars of bullion from Bodie yesterday, consigned to Wells, Fargo It Co. Silver is not being very extensively rushed into the Mintr. Producerswant more money than the market rate. i LAND PATENTS. The following patents were issued at the State Surveyor General's office yesterday : Paul B. Ryan: east half of section 3G, township 13 north, ranoe 18, 320 acres. Fata Morgana. That shiner at the Orinsby has kept our head spinning all day. He blacked our boots and every time we looked down we were walking heels up. For a shine as is a shine that fellow beats Banna ker. We don't know who Bannaker is, but hecan beat him all the same. THE HAVERLY MINSTRELS. On the 18th instant, next Monday, Hav erly's mastodon minstrel troupe, numbering forty performers, will appear at the Opera House. This combination is said to bo the largest minstrel company that has ever trav eled in the United States, and contains the best burnt cork talent ever seen on this coast. The box sheet will be open this morning at 10 o'clock. Large volumes of smoke were seen rising back of the hills in the direction of Virginia yesterday afternoon. It was supposed that a large fire was raging in Virginia, but upon in quiring at the telegraph office we learned that the smoke was caused by a large lot of sage brush burning on American Flat. Why the Market Went Up. On Sunday a young gentleman of this city, who is de. cidedly sensitive upon the subject of his leanness, remarked to Sam Davis, of the Chronicle, who is famous for his strength and appetite, that he would give much if he could orow stout. "That's easy enough," remarked S.nn. "A a few years ago, when 1 was living n Nebraska, I was no stoorer than you. For several months I boarded at a hotel where I could find nothing to eat but bread anil nolasses, and during the whole time I sub sisted upon that diet, gaining some tii'ty pounds in weight." Our readers will recol left that some years since brea. '.stuff and New Orleans molasses rose fearfully in price, ami no one could account for it. Well, it was uring the time to which Mr. Davis had ref- rence, and the cause is now made very apparent. They were debating public questions on Main street, and one of them was upholding Glenn. " I would Vote for him," said the other, ''but for one thing ; he is a pesdndA " " Heavens!" said the other, "is that so or is it only an election joke?' "Fact." said the first, "lsaw it in the StiH-k Ritort, and Fred Hart never lies." Tlie hist we saw of that fellow he was bargaining for a Webster's Unabridged over at Fox's. A Rich Specimen. Any of our mining experts who want to see a rich specimen ot ruby silver ore can be gratified by calling at the Appeal office. We are in receipt ot a chunk from Tom Ward of Austin, which we will pit airaiust anything in this region. Ward's mine is the best find on the coast to day, and Tom deserves it for his pluck and perseverance. It is unofficially stated that oa the first proximo there will be a change made in the time table of the V. and T. R. R. The light uing train is to be drawn off, and the regular west bound passenger is to leave Virgiuia at 3 o'clock p. M. , instead of 6 p. M. The return passenger will leave Reno at 8 a. m., a half hour later than at present. Two more bars of bullion were received yesterday at the Mint, from the Colorado No. 2 mine at Monitor. The attention of the creditors of the estate of Bosco Ivaiicovioh is invited to a notice in another column. t V GRAPHIC tick, and epeeuiaiiiisr as to how much you were out by no: having Bodies or Coin-nocka during ihe last deai, you may finl relief ij siukin,; the htotk .Shop, pUini; the ear "of t'ie mm beliyid the Telegraph -ij.'iiroi.orecotiiiLer, alio iryni some oi ins luifne icu hie flavored chewing lohai co. etc. Or il not in on the lat. corn, r, arid not ready for the imjiorted luxury, at the telegraph clj,ir atom you can get A DASsY OP A BIT CICAf?. Always on hand smokers' materials, including meer schaums, brierwood suii oui r varieties of pis. smoking tobacco, pipe s-e iis, cigarettes, cigarette paper; ai d in short, everything to be fount in a lnst-c;ass esLabiuhmtul of the kind. Telegraph Ciar Store, Orinsby Bu.ldiosc, Carson st'eet. OlvTiOII. Je2J A. BREWSTER, M. D DENTIST, Permanently located in Virfrinia City, wi!I visit Carson City irum time to time, as the exiiteucies of the ease may demand. Old frhuds aud patrons, and all others who defire SUPERIOR OPERATIONS, i ''an secure the services of the Doctor by dropping a line to him at 1024 South C Sireet, Vliifiuia, or leaving word at his residence m this city ae-tl OF!M nn N D LADIES SALOON, OPSftV HOD-iK BCILOlXt. MAUSTOM, - - Manager. HUE AT K E 5 U VTION IM PKK EH AT CORN'S, (Successor to lire. J. Stieyer & Co.,) m hue oav cones stoee, FIRST DOOR NORTH OF CARSON OPERA BOXVr Carton ' iiy. Nt-Tvdit, A)w:ysi:i store, aiid nurcliMi from first hands, .- uily selected stock "t iiy liooun, inclui ing -IKK. Vi. V llilSti i PffNOH POPA.JTV,. I.OM frSTICS. K T U. , 3fc T C- Ahui a full line of LoJios' UWOE??WAf?, EMORO!OER!E- Ladies and Childrens' Hose. Ladies and Cftiidrens' Tr rn mod arid Plain Hat&, Which wo are pro oared to sell at 60 cents on the doicsv Call aud examine O xvls and prices, and yon will be fc tonlahed to soe tiie slaughter of Prices at M. Conn's. FnICE D3Y GOODS STORE, jeU-tf OF Tits?: i,KS r.4!I) MinKRT.tR, H.tviiej iin-ciased Uie mill r-eenily operated ft the Carsou iiii Company will comMne the two, aud hv will be uiauaed bv him, from i his date, a.s dole proprietor. A complete g'oek of Comm m and Clear Lnuihcr will te kept ctniDcanUv ou hand. Also, NSiiusIes. M'j:i;,iiis, Pickets. Win ! Doors, BMri;3, Sreen Poors, W Su ds w (MrjLiH, Wirc-eloth, Locks. Baf ts. Hie., Etc. COUNTERS, SIIoV. CASES, TU1SXF1) YFGftSi. SfKOM, WORK, BRACKTS, EX , Aud omaoieDM of every description furnished v short notice. Contract!! taSin for Ilonse Etntldtasr juatf Ej)lrlii. E. M. Carson. July 20, 1S79. Finest brands of Liqu ts and Cigars always on haud 1 "ho celebrated lea Kettte an J OiJ Miner Wimkics and Opera Cigars a specialty. T ie LADIES' S VLOON, to the ri-ht of the main entrance to the Opera House, is fitted up tacetully. and here lee Cream, Kraits aad Betries in seasi n, aiid Cakes are to be bad at, all times. AV'iuee of all kinds furnished on order. jeU-td GEORGE S. ELDER'S FAST FREIGHT UUI 11 B II O I' S E- A F!rt-ela. Eodsrinff and JJtI IIe for Latltea aud Gentlcmea. SEVERAL FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET ON REASONABLE TERMS t-fTK Bath-room h s been fitted up or the especial if Ladies. F M. BOR1E JACOB ra'i-LEB'S TX air r i o s a i n 8 ANI 1 1 A L L HOURS. fntiiou St., rn Dor to tti Court Hothf, Li'.dies Hair Work oi all kinds made p in the best and nost st.ilistunlial U'aj.ner. This Tonsoria) Estublinhment ia the moet complete il he Stat. (jiilll JACOB MUI.LKR, PropneU.r. TEETH ! TEETH! .WRORfl, BODIE ! BifDOEPOH LEATIWG CAIIMOS EVERY OrHiX day, at 5 p. )i. Schedule time from Carson to Dodie, 3 daya. t're'g-lit, J arson to Aarori 1 Heavy, 2c ib? Lijrht, 3 1-2 Vb. " Canon to Bo l Heavy, !ic ?) lb; Lisrht, 3 3-4? 14v Carson to Bridgeport. 2e 5 tb By o't'ht Freight is meant such a fsurniture, ver.U.fc etc.. etc. Mark Freight "Care of Geo, 8. Elder, Fast." Set:d shipping receipts to D. W. EARL A CO. Apr! 4. 1S79. Carson City, Neva.. Saddle Eock Chop House AND a. to k:'q sTREsr. c:o.. nevaoj. 15 HAVING FITT!?I III' THE ABOVE PLACR T f i Kirst-eiiias style, I will be on bud to serve ouf&uu both day aiid mi;lit. Oysters in Ewcy Sty!e, C!am Chowder every Friday, and all the daintien of ft. nia.kot ix'iis-t.:!itiv on hand and eurveu up in Ki.-ieiireun tyie. SBSHAY OWNERS A SPECIALTY FamiJIrtS $appl! l iv tti fro ( ream at BHAHD EY T'!H DAY 04 WEiK. rj--. . ..-I Ol lieillllMIll JBSi PvrlW t l ittiiiK Tet'th iVSS Tjjt'" .cne oi I'oinisirj. -uulJ-r All other b-:.neh"9 are too insiipiiieant to mentioD. Persons who have been wearinjf ill-looking, misfitting aud .Hierally unsitis:'acui:y teeth, made by inexperienced or empiric il dentists, will do wel' t ) call on the under.sie"'ied. who will re er them to many w'u have tried, and know .he difference between good and bad dentistry. Twenty -five VM Hono;bl Prrtlc In ( ul ornta anil Camuii i lty. hits j:e ap-27-tf A fill. SAM E. TVELCfC BDQTOH BAKERY. Adcnu Block, North Hfaon Streft, April 10, 1S70. tf C. BILLINGS, Dentist, Rinckei'a Block, Carson, Nevada. THE ORMSBY HOUSE IC&3SON CITY, NEVADA. A pleasant breeze sprang up yesterday afternoon, which was Very acceptable. There was a very lively advance in north end stocks yesterday. fB.S. M. J. WAOXEK, OF VIKUIM1, .Jl will arrive in this jtr next Friday, uie l:ith, and open in the Arlington House Block oue ot the finest dis plays of rwlti.li2a.oc3r Goods Ever offered for sale in this city SETTLE! SETTLE! All those indebted to Frank Bin cowitz, of tha One Price Clothing Store, are requested to settle up their accounts on or before the 1st of August, 1879. Jta-lni HHAOQUARTEHU F3 ALL THE STAGE Utm. Jel'tif C. N. HARRIS, TTORSEY AT 1.4W, OFFCE : RINCKEL BUK.DIN'G, CORNER AND PROOTO.a isTREEri, CARSON CarHOii City, Slfvada. Will practice in all the State and Federal Courts. Dfl. F. J. WHITE, Office i On King sfrt, nt rear ot Willi Drujf .itor. CW Residence at the Arlington Ilr.uie, Room No. 6. Calls promptly i.t ended, nijht or d. Corsoo, September 10, It71 f'HH rNDERSlGNEO W 1SHUS TO CALL THF AT- tention of the public V the tavt that he is hVT prepared than ever to fill all orders pertaining to hi biuo ness. I am preiiared t furnish KIJ.K I5FtlK.. BROWS' RREAlr FXCN'C&I BSEtO. ROUS. BINS. And everything of the kioj nrn to the bu&iiMizs Also always on hand freHh Ot all description THE FINEST SELECTED AND FRESHEST" STOCK OF CONFECTIONERY IN THE CITY. Pnaiw and Brown Bread rderod Friday, will !t4--' -el to uiy part of the cili Sunday morning. ray II. MCIIXKII!:, ProprlrMvc- (Successor to J. B. Oonnack.) A'JSim?J AND CSMMISSSS!! B'JSIKESS; ASI PEALSR IS NEW A WO SECOND-KAfCC? FURNITURE. I AM PKEPARKn TO HO 4 11 KIXCS V'J'HOLS I KHINU. Houses to Rent. House ii.d Farm FJelp Snppiiat. Uoods Sold on Comiuuwin. Caratn Cty. Ni-rmli, betirven tbn Ci MTiiifl Hink and in oatsiac May 7, 1879.