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MORNING APPEAL. FBI DAY NSFTEMIIEB 5. IS79 am Frauciaco Mtork Eiraaat Males. MOH.MNU BOAEK Ophir, 35, iC'i Mexican, 35, 34, Uould & Curry, tPi. 11?, Bent & Ik'kh r, IS,'.,, lb, Califo; n a, 4 SO. Karaite, '4'i. lfl' Censohdateu Virginia, 4 7.V Choliar, 7, Fotosi, 84, Hale A Norcron. 14,.', J4.Ja, Croan Point, 3 Ml. Yellow Jacket, 17, Imperial, 1 70, 1 60. Kentuck, 4 On, 4. Alpha, 2;4. Belcher, 4 ai, 4 60. Confidence, l(Jn4', Sierra Nevada, 43, 43?4. Utah, 18, IP. Bullion, 7' 8. Exchequer, C". Ovennan, 8, 8. Segregated Be'ciitr, S3V. Justice, 3, 2 80. succor, 15c. Union Consolidated, 62, il?. Alts u. Lady Bryan, 00e, 5."ic. Julia, 4 43, 4 3:. Cltlouia, 1 95. Kilver Hill, 1 ..5. New York, 70c, 65c, Lady Washington Con., 1 t)5. jules, .'pc, 1. ', wn I'oint Ravine, 20e, !'. ilm-d, 1 WO, 2, tCwi'tl, 2 (0. LeUathau, 30c, 50c. Baltimore, 50c. VionhCon. Virginia, 7. B.iiton Con., 3 50, 3 . Con. Dorado, I 70. Flowery, 40c. Nor h Bonanza, 1 70, 1 4 J. Plutus, 1 90. Maekny. 1, 1 10, George Douglas, 30o. Woodville, 36c. OciJental, 1. South Utah, 10c 5c. evening board, Raymond & My, 70 65c. Eureka Consolidated, 10, K!. Jackson, 5. Rcliiinlit, b'.c. K. K. Consolidated, 1. leopard, 3 "o, 40c. C.ila, 50e, 55c. Hussey, 5c. Grand Prize, 3. Argenta, 7'c. Navajo, 30c. Independence, 2 10. Belle Isle, 4 30, 1 20 Day, 5c. Paradise, Real Del Monte, 2. Mount Diablo, 4', 4. North Belle Isle, 45c, 40c. Bodie, 10'. Tioga, 3 b ', 3 r.0. Syndicate, H, S'jj biinmnt, 1 r.0. Belvidere, 1, HOc. Champion, 45e. 40c. Black Hawk, 1, 1 OS. Booker. l', 1 05. Mono, , t!7. Croesus 15c. lonHo;idati'd Pacific, (i?, Univernity, 'J5c, 30c. South Biilwer, 0c, 6"c, Voltes, ;oc. Orient, SOe. boston Consolidated, 1 30. Mammoth, 9. Xartiu White, 2 10. Queen Hen 50c. Silver Prize, l'.ic. Tusoarora, "!0c. Oiitntal, M: VoKisliav', 4('i!. liechtel, 1 15, 1 30. llcClintoii, 1, Tuc . Hillside, loe. Dudley, 75c. Jupiter, 2"--4. 1 75. U. S. CIRCUIT COURT STRANGE PROCEEDINGS Late on Wednesday night two strange loaf ers, whose names we are unable to giv3, who still disgrace this city with their undesirable presence, essayed to gain admission to the party given at the Opera House without pay ing. Upon being refused admittance on such terms, the fellows gave Tent to villainous language in the presence of ladies who were at that time leaving the hall. The two loaf ers then went down street, and when they reached the Boston Bakery they insulted some ladies who were sitting in front of the establishment. Then they proceed to Gibson & Dealy's saloon where they ordered drinks for which, in keeping with their ctir-like characters, they declined to pay. Officer Gilbert being informed of the conduct of this delectable twain, arrested and took them to jail. There he exacted a promise from them that they would behave themselves, and then let them go. Now, we would like to know upon what authority Officer Gilbert acted in freeing his prisoners ? He knew the fellows had conducted themselves in a shameless manner and should have been punished. If this officer is going to constitute himself Judge and Jury, we are desirous of knowing by what right. As we stated before, the two loafers to whom such tit) warranted mercy was shown, are still in the city, and it will be a great wonder if they do not put the county to Considerable eXiWti.so before they leave, unless they are hauled up on a very short turn. BRIEF MENTION. GEORGE YV. KITZMEYEE HAS JUST KBCEXVHD Mr. Fred Elliott, of the Bodie Stundard, is in the city. Stocks showed a healthy and pleasing ad- The family of Mr. C. E. Laughton have Walnut Chamber Suits The following cases were partially disposed of yesterday, Judge Field presiding: Van Bokelen et. als. vs. Cook and Derby. Demurrer overrulad; defendant required to answer on or before nest rule day. Mount Diablo Mill and Mining Company T3, Callisoi) brothers. Judge Hillyer pre siding; motioii for a new trial, on argument, Adjourned to half past nine this morning. Examination or Edmonds. The examin ation of James Edmonds, the alleged burglar, took place yesterday, and occupied the whole Afternoon. The testimony against him was of a very damaging nature, and proved as far as circumstantial evidence can, that he is, at least, guilty of robbing Circe's hotel. He was bound over in the sum of $1,000 to answer the charge of burglary before the Uraud Jury, and in default of bail he goes to jail. Pantlind. A private letter from Bodie ays that "Pant." has struck oil. He left hers with lots of "spurs" and now he has 'dipped" into a bonanza "drifted ," as it were, right into a "lead" which is bound to carry him to fortune. He is engaged in fitting up "roasting" works, which were to have gone into operation on Monday ; in fact, Pant has bought a restaurant. Who is She? Not the Princess Sarak Winnemucca, nor Sara Bernhardt, nor Josie Maustield, but she is somebody. Her dress is cut en train, and an obsequious servant, of colored persuasion, carries it over the crossings which that Jupiter Pluvius of the sprinkling cart will insist on keeping wet. We get to see distinguished personages now and then, but this inconnue rather worries us. Tub California Election. At alate hour last night the returns showed an increase in the likelihood of the election of Perkins, and the election of Kalloch is pretty well settled. The returns are coming in very slowlj, owing to the great amount of scratching that has been done everywhere. Dbpakti-kes. The following passengersde parted on the southern stage yesterday morn fng : W. H. Nicholson, C. F. King, F. J. Ryan, John Nolan, T. L. Suinans, H. Coan, Miss F. A. Ryan, Miss Tyinmos, J. Ryan, A. C. Dunn, Fred Elliott. AbritaL3. The following passengers ar rived on the southern stage yesterday after noon : Charles Altahal, Miss Deloug, Jacob Sullivan, J. J. Murphy, D. Harrington, J. Hamilton. Tho southern stage brought in two bar of bullion from Silver Teak yesterday. A Queer Case of Jistice(?). A day or two since a boarder at Kohl's hotel a't Empire, who owed the house some thirty odd dollars, handed Mr. Khol g'-'S, and asked him if he would call the account square. Mr. Kohl replied that he would give him credit for the amount. The boarder was dissatisfied, and demanded the return of his money. This the landlord decliued to do. So Mr. Boarder goes to the Justice of the Peace in that burgh, and swears out a complaint against Kohl, charging him with larceny. Mr. Kohl was taken into court. He was asked to plead, but refused to do so, showing his con tempt for the Empire ermine by stating that he wanted nothing to do with that court, but asked his case to be taken to Carson, in which respect he was not accommodated, however, for the judge fined him $28 and costs, amount ing in all to $37, Tins is indeed a strange ruling on the part of a man who professes to have sufficient intelligence to act as Justice I of the Peace. Under the circumstances, as stated herein, a reasonable person would have s id led the costs on the plaintiff instead of on Mr. Kohl, who was getting nothing more than what was due him from his eccentric boarder. Theatricals. We either have a feast or a famine here in the theatrical line. We ei'.her have three performances per week at the Opera House, or none for a whole month. But the class of theatrical entertainments that have been given at the Opera House during the past six months, excepting Barett's and Macauley's, we could dispense with for several years ; in fact, all the Carson theatre goers are more than satiated with minstrel and short dress shows ; they want something in the legitimate line, and of the higher order of the legitimate. If our coin must go for amuse ments let us have our money's worth, and give us a long breathing spell from the clap trap variety business. returned to the city A telegram for W. E. Casey is lying in the Western Union Telegraph office. Hon. John P. Jones, our highly respected Senator, was in the city yesterday. The last picnic of the season takes place to morrow, at which the Cotastock papers chuckle. The saloon formerly occupied by Gus Lewis, is undergoing some changes to take in a new occupant. Hon. Stephen J. Field, Associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, arrived in this city yesterday. William L. Ingraham has resigned from the Police force, and William Drenuan has been appointed in his stead. Several over-sanguine Democrats in this city, made bets and gave odds, on the elec tion of Glenn, yesterday. When you hear of a man being " busted " in this town, the question which is naturally put is, " Is he going to Budie? :' William Liwyer, the alleged partner of the burglar Edmunds, will have a hearing before Judge Cary this morning. Captain Thomas Buckley, a prominent Bodie mining Superintendent, is in the city, and stopping at the Ormshy. For the first time in many months the freight depot was clear yesterday, ot ma chinery destined for the southern country. In the half mile dash at the race track yes terday, between the " James " filly and the "Cameron" colt, for $100, the former won in 50. Stephen Ellsworth, who was suffering from aberation of the mind on Wednesday, was re leased yesterday, as his insanity was only tem porary. The re-opening of the Mount Dlablo Caliison suit, which involves a great porp erty, creates considerable interest among lawyers. Finnigan and Wilson, the State Prison incendiaries, are still confined in the dun geon, playing solitary games 01 mental solitaire. A woman wants a situation as chamber maid in a hotel or lodging house. She is competent and will give Satisfaction. Apply at this office. Officer Duncan, who has worked up the cases against Edmonds and Lawyer, the al leged burglars, has shown himself very ef ficient in his official capacity. The case of John Q. Moore vs. the C. P. R. R. Co. is again to be called in the U. S. Circuit Court in San Francisco, this month. This matter has been put off several times, eu taiiing a great expense to Mr. ji"ote. He evidently has a good case, or the railroad company would not be so anxious to stave it ulf. In justice to Mr. Moore, it is too be hoped that there will be 110 further deferments of its trial. Bdautirui Parlor Suits,! Elegant Sideboards, Wardrobes, Bookcase, Writing Desks and Tables of all Kinds. The above (roods all come direct from Eastern manufac tories, made of solid walnut, and have the most doilrahls otl nnun. I nave also uu band a large variety of Camp Otialra, Parlor, OfHe Iininf a ad Kitchn Chairs, Laaajjres Spring Beds, Muttreaaca, and Pillow. d3tf GEORGE W. KITZMBYER BOSTON BAKERY. Adam Hli,ck. Morth Hunon Street. pHS UNDERSIGNED WISHEi TO CALL THE AT- tentn n or trie public x the fact that he is better prepared than ever to hi! all order? pertaining to his busi ucss. 1 am prepared to furnish 91 1 Mi BREAD. IlltOH S BREAD, litEOI BttGAIt. BO M.S. KI SS. And everything of the kiod wn to the business. Also aia)s u hand fresh aft n.c3 O-AJHLlirsS Or all descriptions SPECIAL NOTICE. 3reat Redaction ia Prices, oviag i the decline in ths Easters Market E. B. RAI L, OPPOSITE CAPiTOl BUILWrW, OARSOI. IMPORTER A2TD W II O LIMA LB Uetaii Dealer in Iron, Powder, Axes, An pill, Steel, Shot, Saws, Vise, Owi, Fuse, Caps,' Bellows, Rope, Wedges, Hedges, Laos linaWiia THE FINEST SELECTED AND FRESHEST STOCK OF CONFECTIONERY IN THE CITY. GLASS CROCKERY WM Bar Fixtures, China Sets, Lamps, Chandeliers, Mirror, Lanterns, Agricultural ImpJemen P1TWS, BWTOKS, Rollers, Mowers, Ottrtivators, Etc, Etc., Gar Fknat Wheat fiaaw (Vans and Brown Bread rdered Friday, will bede v Ml to any p.rt of the citi Sunday uioruing. niyi' II. St llXEIIlEK. Proprietor. EW GOODS! NEW GOODS! AT L. MORRIS & Co.'s 150 L1XEN SUITS, at all pricea. 75 I. U(lTGiti. 200 I'lrSl'ES D II liS GOODS. AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF SHOES and CAKPIT. Call soon and secure Bargains. Carson, May 7, 1 7S. novl5. FAST FJ EIGHT. ! AND AITER AHaST 25lh BATES of Freight from Carson to Liodie wiii Lc as iollows: o On Barlry and Four.. Examination Tkai-jseks. The examination of applicants for teachers' certificates, closed yesterday. The Board of Examiners w ere at work until late last night, examining papers to ascertain the percentage of each applicant The result will be placed into the hands of the Board of School Trustees, who meet to-nuht, for their actiou. It is not positively determined to make any changes in the school department ; but should any removals be made, those of the applicants who passed the best examination will, of course, receive the preferauce in the appointments. Gkaxd Representative. General C C Batterman, State Prison Warden, having been chosen Grand Representative of the Odd Fellows f this State to the Grand Lodge of the United States, which meets in conven tion at Baltimore on the 15th of the present month, will leave for that city to-morrow evening. Mrs. Batterman will accompany him. They propose being absent some four or five weeks. The General takes this occa sion to also visit his aged father in the East, who is sick and feeble and may probably never see his son again. Jakk Klein Raises the "Devil." An express wagon stopped at our office this after noon, and without saying, "by your leave" rolled io a keg of beer. We tried to explain that they had struck the wrong shop, but our German being gomewhat defective, we conld not make him understand, and that keg stands in our stock-room untouched. As we finish this, our devil is strutting around yell ing a German trink-lied in anticipation of something he will never reach. New Invention. Mr. T. S. Williamson, of this county, has made a new invention, called a " drill sharpener." It will be of in calculable benefit to miners, and John W. Mackey says, that if it proves able to sharpen Burleigh drills, the inventor has a fortune in sight. Mr. W llhamson says that his inven tion will sharpen every description of drill now in use. The Department at Washington has already granted him a letter of patent. ; 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 bv all drug gists. '" al2. Syr, cp of figa cleanses the system and puri fies the blood. It cures biliousness, consti pation, etc. For sale by all druggists. The Sierra Seminary will open on Monday, September 1st. School hours from 9:30 a. m. till 4 P. M. Terms as usual. lw Syrup of figs cleanses the system and puri fies the blood, cures biliousness, constipation, etc. For sale bv sll druggists. .2 00 per hmidre l On SI rrcliaiidis. Machinery. 19:i rdwnreniid .Malt 2o mt iiuiMired On 1'iiruiture. Fruit. x?tatIeN. and nil small -oiiii-iiiiE'ii Is of i-s tliati Five Huciilrel puiiitiis '- 75 per hundred K.U.W to Uri tuPjKrt and Aurora 14 eut ier oiiii i li'iiH til iiii ti Ifudie. CEO. S. ELDER, CAKSOX a HOi.iK F ST FREIOHT LINE, fcEVAIA FAST FRKfv HT LINK. Gr. 33. W ISiJIO 33, (Sutx-etwor to J. B. CormMt.) AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, AND I1SALKK IH NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. Fmts, Oils I Brushes. Coal Oil, Paint Oil, Turf..- Rubber Paint, CSieniiod runt, Jard fcl:. ktaunuie. Castor, Neat Foot Oil, AJoohoL Etc., Et., STOVES. RANGES, TINWARE, i Medallion and Laurel Rarures, Buck's and other Bnuida of Si Pampa, Hox and Plp, Doora, Windn Blinda and Glass. Wood and WiUc Ware, Bird Cagfi, Pistols. Gnu, Cartridges, Water, Gas and Lead Pip. House Furnishing Goods.. Brass and Steam CoorJs. Practleitl Plumbers and Tinners to do roofing and aaaa ufavturiiif? of ail kinds Tin and Iron Wart 2 Gall and Get Prices Cheap for CasSt ai)29m E. B. RAIL FAMILY GROCERY. K CHOICEST AND KAR Gnoosniss For family use constantly on hauJ.J C7"For Nice Little Things Not to B t& .y Fonml Elsewhere S CO TO CHENEY'S, A jrenenil assortment of the best staple and choioe (an eenes. FKlL'fcS TU bL ir the tukkk ' JOHN E. CHEN EJ, Adams Block, Carson street, comer of Ttkgrsph. January , iy7S. EAGliE MARKET, R INCKEJ, BSJ1LB1NG, CARSON STEK1S. I API PREPARED TO DO 4 LL KINDS OF CPUOLSTERIXe. Houses to Rent. House and Fann Help Supplied. Goods Sold nn Commission. Carson City. IVpvad 1. between the Caraoa Mavlnifs Bank and the tostelIio Mav 7, 1879. a4 jE. M. HUiT, OF THE LAKETA1IOE LUMBER AR, Having purchased the mill recently operated b the Carson Mill Company will combine the two, and bot will be managed bv him", from this date, as sole proprietor A complete stock of Common and Clear Lumber wMl b kept constantly on band. Also, Shingles. M onldiugrs, Pickets, Window a Doors, Blinds, Sereen Doors, Win dow Screen, Wire-eloth, Locke, ButtM, etc., Et. COISTERS, SHOW CASES, TURNED WORM, SCROLL WORK, BKACKTS, ETC. Asd ornamont of every description f urnished at short notice. TO WH - M IT MAY CONCERN. Contract taJkeo for House Bnildlsagr and Repnirinsr. E. M Carson, July gfl, 1873. Hl'ST. 1m E. A. BREWSTER, M. DM DENTIST, Permanently located in Vinrinia City, will visit Carson City from time to time, as the exhiKoncius of tne mt may demand. Old friuids and patrons, and all others who desire SUPERIOR OPERATIONS, Can socure the services of the Doctor by dropping a Hne to him at No. 1, comer Union and 0 streets, near interna tional Hotel, Virginia, or leavii:; word at his residence ki this city. aO-tf Carsox Citt, Nevada, September 1, 1879. On and after the above date all work done by ftie dray men of Carson City will be charged for as follows, to wit Merchandise to wholesale houses, Cal, Bar!ejT and iron, per ton 91 00 Broken Lumber and wood from Flume, per load 3 50 Lumber from Flume, per M 2 00 Lumber in City Limits, per M 1 00 Lumber in lare lots (111 city limits), per w Four-foot Wood, in smail lots, per cord 1 00 Wood, in larre lots 7f Short Wood, per cord , 1 60 Fine Sand, per load 2 5U Coarse Sand, per load 'i 00 Brick, from kiin, per M SOo Brick, by carload, per M 1 50 Household jroous, per load, with belp furnished 1 00 organ Moving 1 00 Pianos, medium size 5 00 Rubbish, per load 2 00 Hides, per load X 50 Trip to Swifts 2 50 fetate Prison work, per kiau 2 00 Uead Stock !S 00 Powder, to or from powder house, per ton 1 50 MRS. MARIE STUART WILL Kr.Sl JIE THE EXERCINES OF her select school for chi'drtu of both Sexes at TURN VEItEIN HALL 011 WED?JES3AY, SEPTEMBER THIRD. Competent instructions will be given ;n ail braochee of a thorough English educr ti m. y MRS. STUART U rtrmitted to refer to hir former patrons: Oen. T. i. Edwards. Col. A. C. Ellis, l ey. (i. R. Davis, Ceo. C. Thaxter, L. S. Greenlaw and James Vi'oi, Esi., of Carson Citv, and Dr. E. fc Harris, of Virini. MERCHANT TAILOR. Bill YFS, i:il(inT TAILOR, LATE a of Marvsti.le, Ca!if'ruia. has just npuncd a snep in. the Adams iMoi, wh-e he is prspr.rsd a nake to or dr, and from freih and fashionable stv.ck, every khni o' ifentlenen's wear, at the shortest notice and ou the lmwt radO' able terms t2tf CARSON CITY, NEVADA. A first-elauw meat market, keepijig on baud a good sup ply of Beef, Pork. Slotton, Veal. limb, Sausage, Etc Which will be furnished to easterner at lowest ni&rte rates. iiTALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ttl jelS-tf MATT. RINCKEL, PropricMr NOTICE. -VJ-OriCK IS HEREBT IF.N TO Af., creditors of the estate of James A. St. Clair the, under and bv virtue of a power of attorney, made ttm 23d day of August, 1879, by the htirs of said estate, 1 have been appointed to collect all debts due said estate. All parties owing said estate will save cost and trouble lij calling ou me and settling forthwith. J. D. KERSEY, Attorney in Fact August 25, J 878 10d N' XOTIOE. TOTICE IN HEREBY OIVEN THAT the undersigned has withdrawn from any busiaear connection, as copartner or otherwise, with tbe Otwau and Bodie Fast Freight Line, and will 110 longer he p soiially responsible for any debts which may be contrasted by said association or any member theruof. S. M. WEBLER. Ciirson City, Nevada, Am:ut 14, 1879. alli-uu NOTICE. TOTICE IS HEREBY IVEN TU1T X. the undersigned has withdrawn from any bxui iiess entinection, as copartner orotherwise. with the Camrc and Bodie Kant Freiirht Line, and will 00 loriL-er b mually resMii!s:ble for any debts which may be aontraAt said association or any member them. ANDREW GRAY Carsnn City, Vermin, 14, 179 aiS-lm AmgvM Titos, n. SLUi. I wtLUKeroi STiwjm WELLS & STEWART, TTOBXEM AT LAW. Xext door to Fostsr's Drr Store, rooms un cWV Cirnfin strw. iM i Dn. F. J. WHITE, Otileet On Kino; street, at rear ot Will:-' li nirntore, KW l!eidence at tbe MiDcrton Housr, Room No. lfl. ' Ca;lt promptly attend nijfbt or day. tarsun, Sop'Lber 10, 1S7S.