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ItTCBBlT ..QCrOBKfc 11. I7 Han rruelc btocto Eiebaoirw al. WOKKlXa BOARD Upkir, 34, 3.). Mexican, 3VA, S3. Would Curry, 10's 10. BeHt ft B'c".ier. li California, 5 &' iiavivi', ii;.i;fS. . Ceiiwmdateu VirjraiiJ, 5 ; t fkiolhir, 6 , Pototi, wIV Uale A Norvros, 13 , 13-.!., lTwn Point, 4 20 Yellow Jacket, l.".1,, Imperial, 1 '.'U, : 3... Keutuck, 4 (I t, 4. Alpha, I:.?:. BelchT. S id. Confidence, u,i, tieira Neada, ;'0, Utah, 2u!v Pullion, s, 7J. Ex. hc(Uer, 5"". Over n, 9, 9. Justice, 3 10, 3 lf. Union C'on-olidated, 70, 71. Alta, i' 5. La.lv Hryaii, 8 V, Julia, 3 i.r, Caledonia, i iler Hill, 1 -r0. New Vrk, 4(c. 4;.c, Occidental, 2 .'.0 Lu.lv Washington CVn. 90e, Challenge. 2' 2 III An.l('i4, 1 1 O.'i Ward, 2 M. 2 to. Scorpion, 3 4.'.. o leviathan, !i:ic. tWc. korthCon. Vii-Ktnia, S'i- binton i'.iii., 2 ("..Iilfii Oatc, 3 r'lovu-rv, North iii.nanza, 1 40, 1 35. Mjck.iv. 1 Pliitus, 2 3.1. Phil, flicrid.in 20 W.iodville. 40c. Cull. Dorado, 2. KVESINU BliAUD. Itavmuiul i My, 1 2.1. Kurck Consolidated, .'!, Itfltn.'tit, .inc. northern Belle, 3 7i, M. tallic. sue tirund Prize, 2 O.V Aru't'iita. 7.'c Saajo, .1.h. Belle Isle. 4 tfo. 4 10 Independence, 1 7.'. Lav, I 1.1 im'uidc i ih. Mount 1'iat.K., 6. rtodie, U'Z. Bechtel, 1 10, Tiojra, 2 (K) Syndicate, 4 00 fcoodshaw, 3.1c. Oriental, 1.1c. Champiou, 2. 2He. Black Hawk, 9.'c Hooker, 8i"if. Uono, tt1-. Consolidated Pacific 7)$ Dudley, 1. JlipiUT, 1 0.1. 1 Koondtv, 3 Orient, :Jjc. Mammoth. h1. Boston Consol.datvsl, 1 3j. Tiptop. 1 Valliv. 1 Del Monte 2li Addenda. 40c Kicher, 2.1c Bulwer. 11' 4 Star :"uc Hussey, 16c. Manhattan, 2?i Leopard, .l.ic, oOe. Paradise, 1 115. Wales, n;s. tiila. flic, ttoc. McCliiiton, , tile. Himniit, 1 Si. ftelvidtre. oe Martin White, 1 7i. Tuseamra, :Cc. tVoCSUS. 2('c luiversity. 30c, 2.1c. OUR ADVERTISERS. HARDWARE. The general bustle among our hardware men in the stove line, tshovrs that winter will mw.nbe upon ns. E. B. Rail keeps every inch of street and side walk crowded with stoves and castings, and 1. A. Wagner & Co. are sending them out in waion loads. These two houses do a very heavy business in hard ware, stoves, wooden-ware and everything ele belonging to mills, mines, shops and dwellings, and the business of both houses is very active. B. HAVES. There's not much in a name after all, when one comes to analyze it. Rutherford B. Hayes is President, and B. Hayes is a mer chant tailor in Adam's Block. " write them together," B. Hayes' is as tine as Rutherford B. ; it may ao. weigh quite as heavy, but B. Hayes can make a better tit than Rutherford, though he says he knows nothing about turn ing a coat, he leaves that to "bushelmen." Personal. Mr. J. B. Hume, one of the keenest detectives on the coast, came in from the south yesterday. In referring to the Wheatland outrage, he says that William Roddan and his wife are as innocent of the crime as he is himself. He stated that if there were a single intelligent judicial mind in California that could find the slightest in dication of guilt against the Roddans he would be willing to abandon his profession. This statement U entitled to much credit, for Mr. Hume is recognized as one ef the most pen etrating as well as honorable criminal takers on the coast. Departures. The following passengers departed on the southern stage yesterday T. J. Flitter, A. Hyman, A. Rogers, J. Good win, M. Dolan, C. Richards, D. H. Haynes, 0. Stein, E. A. Rix. H. W. Fisk, E. Gundry, H. C. Ward, W. N. Milburg, L. Hy merman L. Murphy, A. Raymond, Mrs. Bollive and two children. A. P. Mathews, W. McKiuley, S. E. Cowen. Made an Assignmknt. Yesterday R. Fred Brooks made an assignment for the benefit his creditors. The house in this city is as signed to Rev. G. R. D:ivis and E. James, and the store at Mammoth to George GUlson. We earnestly hope that Mr. Brooks will be able to effect a speedy compromise. Arrivals. The following passengers arri ved on thasouthern stage yesterday afternoon: J. B. Hume, P. Churchill, C. H. Brown, J. Doublebeo, Mr. La Vine, W. C. Wilder, T. McMannns, W. P. Prescott, D. R. Cameron, Mrs. H. C. Bryon, H. Villiver, H. Kester, T. J. Taylor, W. Adams. Mr. Pnt Reddy has withdrawn as attorney for the defense in the Pierce murder case. HIP ! HIP ! HURRAH ! ! THK CARSON OVARD VICTORIOUS AT THE KKSO FAIR. Yesterday the competitive militia drill took place at Reno. The two crack companies of Storey County, the National and Washington Guards, and our boys, the Carson Guard, par ticipated in the drill. About 12 o'clock the National Guard were called to the score ; then came the Washingtons, after which our com pany followed. The captains of the compa nies were allowed to select their own move ments from the school of the company, which took place on the quarter stretch, m front of the grand and judges' stands. The skirmish drill was the same for all companies. On the quarter stretch the Carson boys really dis tinguished themselves. They went through a variety of movements not attempted by the other companies, and at each evolution the cheers and hurrahs were perfectly deafening. The skirmish drill was equally well maneuver ed, and received hearty applause. In every detail of the drill the Carson Guard showed their superiority over the other companies. At the conclusion of the tournament, General Thomas J. Clunnie, of the Fourth Brigade C. S. M., called the companies before the judges' stand, and addressed them in behalf of the committee, which, besides himself, was composed of Col. ounger, of San Jose, and George W. Cl.esley, of Sacramento, and the. Reno Agricultural Society. He stated that the drill was as perfect as any he had ever seen, and was sure that he had no company in hi brigade which could excel either of the com panics present ; in fact he was in doubt whether there was a miiitia company in the United States which could make a better showing at drill than those he was then ad dressing. He otherwise complimented the militia, and at the conclusion of his remarks, stated that the decision of the committee was that the Carson Guard were entitled to the prizes : the society's prize of $150 in gold coin, and a special prize donated by Mr. C. C. Stevenson, the President of the Society, of a S100 gold medal. At this annoucement the most enthusiastic cheers went up from all parts f the ground. Our boys were lionized in a Bianner that must have been very pleasing to them. When they were ready to embark fur home, the Reno Brass Band volunteered to escort them to the cars, which was accepted. Upon their arrival at the depot they were met by a large crowd of lady and gentleman friends who lustily cheered them, and were lighted to their armory by several large bon fires which had been lighted on the streets in their honor. At the armory a fine collation was spread for the boysj and their friends, and a general god time was had there. We are really proud of our only military company, who yesterday showed what per severance and good discipline will accom plish. We congratulate Captain Moger upon the success of Ins men, and are connUent that at next year's rifle practice the Guards will be as successful in that particular as they were yesterday. The Guards are a a credit so this city, and should hereafter receive the hearty encouragement and sup port of all good citizens. REFORM CLUB MATTERS. The Carson Temperance Reform Club will hold their regular weekly meeting this even ing, at the Clsb-rooms, on Musser street below Carson, where will be presented an at tractive entertainment, musical and literary. These Saturday evening entertainments are a pleasant social feature of our town, and are generally quite liberally patronized, as they deserve to be. The Reform Club Rooms are a good place for old and young to visit, for there you may amuse yourself at billiards, chess or checkers, and there find good read ing matter either in books or in the latest Eastern or Pacific Coast papers. And then it's not as expensive to spend an evening at these Rooms as it is when you have "to set 'em up" through the agency of straight Pedro or Pedro Sancho. The moral difference is not a legit imate subject of discussion. Ia fact, there is no room for discussion. The Reform Club has done a great deal of good in this community, is now doing good, and promises to continue in the same line. It deserves the encourage ment of all who have the best interests of society at heart, and we are glad to know that it is receiving it. An unusually attractive programme is offered for this evening, and we doubt not the Club Rooms will, as usual, be well filled with our best people. OPERA HOUSE. John Piper will brir g a first clsss dramatic company to this city for Monday and Tuesday nights. Boucicault's great play, " The Shau ghran.i," wiil be given on Monday evening, and on Tuesday evei ing will be prauented " Woman of the Poople." The com pany is said tobe composed of Srstclassdramatic talent. The fact that they are under the direct man agement of Mr. Piper should be a guaranty that thoy will please our theater goers. That Walkino Match. One pedestrian has already sent his name to this office, ex pressing a williugness to enter a "go-as-you-please" two or three days tramp. If there are any more who wish to enter their names for a match, they can leave their names at the Appeal offine. If a watch can be arranged the Opera House .rill be secured. This is the last day of the Reno fair General O. H. LaGrange was in the city yesterday. The District Court, Hon. S. D. King, will be in session to-day. Mr. H. M. Yerington. is confined to his residence by illness. E. B. Rail shipped a lot of pipe for the quartz mill at Como yesterday. The Carson attendance at the Reno fair was unusually gruat yesterday. The southern strge brought in three bars of bullion from Balleville yesterday. A force of men are at work on the State Prison road, placing it in good condition. The Appeal wishes to thank County Clerk Marshall for his many official courtesies. Go to Hon. Charles Martin, if you want your notarial business done in ship shape style. A letter from John T. Pantlind says that he has not seen a well day since he arrived at Bodie. Deer abound in unusually large number.?, in the vicinity ef Hot Springs, Lake Tahoe, this year. Our whole Police Court went to Reno yes terday, which accounts for the numerous ad ditional cars attached to the train. C. B. Swift, son of S. T. Swift, was married to Mi.-s Tillie MeCabe, on Thurs day, at the residence of his father. The Board of Pardons meet on Monday, the 13th instant, and there v ill be lots of business presented for their coi .deration. Carson has been pretty wel glorified at the Reno fair: the Carson G ird winning both prizes, and "Belle H" nning at the races. There was a grand rush for the depot yes terday morning at train time. The Carson Guards went down to Reno to drill for the prize, and a large number of interested peo ple accompanied them. It was reported yesterday that the drift from the 2300 Sierra Nevada (2400 Union) toward Union ground is in milling ore, and that the cross cut on 2300 of Sierra Nevada is also in milling ore, hence the stocks wera very strong. Our friend Wade King made an attempt to arrest a drunken squaw yesterday after noon, but she emphatically demonstrated to the amateur officer that she was a free and independent being who would not be ung.ilLintly handled by the myrmidons of the law. TO RETURN THE COMPLIMENT Carson has liberally patronized the State Fair at Reno during the week. THs ie as it should have been. The State Fair is not a mere local thing gotten up for the benefit of a particular town, but a State institution in which every citizen of Nevada should feel an interest. Closely observing the excursion tniu during the week, for the Fair, we have been pleased to note the fact that the Carson peo ple have liberally patronized them; the um ber getting on board at this station being gen erally in excess of the whole number brought from all points above Carson. And this re minds us that the spirit shown by the Carson people is reported as duly appreciated by the liberal people of Reno, who promise to return us the compliment next week. The annual meeting of the Nevada A. M. and M. Society will commence here on Wednesday next, the 15th instant, continuing for the remainder of the week, and we expect to see Reno, as well as other portions of the State, well represent ed here. Our speed programme, which em braces running and trotting, is a splendid one, the purses are liberal, the best horses of the coast will be here, and we guaranty all who come four days of rare turf sports. A Fsarful Smell. A mephitic odor with strength enough to knock an ordinary man down, is to be encountered on the second floor of the county building, arising from the cess pools underneath. The Sheriffs men have done all they can to secure a purer atmosphere for the building, but it will be necessary to overhawl the sewer and whole lower portion of the building before that can be accomplished. We would suggest that the next Grand Jury investigate this matter and recomtnend some means by which the nuisance can be abated, and insure the health of the county ofiiaers, if not the whole of that neighborhood. It is a matter of the greatest surprise that all the attaches of the building together with the prisoners in the jail ute in, a.-i w.i typhoid or other fever, en endured ty :Iie foul and nauseating atmosphere. The Grant Reception Msetlnc A meet ing of the Grant Reception Committee was called for last evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the Governor's office, but as a great many of the committee are at the Reno fair, the meeting was adjourned to Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock , the 14th instant, when a full attendance is requested. There is no time to be lost in mak ing preparations for the reception of Genera1 Grant, and it is desired that every member of the committee wiil answer to his name at the the next meeting. U. S. Grant Jr. , is engaged to marry Mies Jennie Flood, daughter of the bonanza King. The Grant family are tru!y having their paths strewn with roses. 'Tis better to be born lucky, etc. RESOLUTIONS. At a regular meeting of Empire Lodge No. 1, I. O. G. T., held October 9, 1S79, the fol lowing resolution was unanimously tendered to J. G, Folly : Whereas, J. G. Folly is about to leave Empire City, for Iowa, and as the present healthy condition of our society is largely in debted to his indomitable energy and unwav ering perseverence, henco it is not without regret, that we contemplate 1m going away, perhaps never to appear again in this our fraternal home, therefore be it Resolved, That we will ever hold in grateful remembrance his noble struggle with us, in advocating temperance amid so much oppo sition, and we take great pleasure in thus tendering an expression of our feeling toward him, and in adding our most hearty wishes for his personal happiness, and for his lorg continued usefulness to his fellow men. Accidbst. The staging on the new buik' ing at the Mound House, broke down on Thursday, precipitating George White, the railroad carpenter, and two other men whose names could not be learned, to the ground. Fortunately they were not injured. New Candies. Jerome Ivancovich, oppo site Capitol square, received one of the finest stocks of French candies yesterday that was ever brought to this city. The stock em braces every variety that the candy lover's heart can wish for. Four doses of Mrs. Dr. Howe's Rheumatic Remedy will relieve, and one bottle will cure tlie worst case of Rhecmatjsm. Try it. It costs but one dollar. For s.!e at Th.ixter's drug store. octfl CHAMPAGNE YEAST POWDER. ANOTH&t BOOSV1 AT 'CUE H2S HOUSE OF HARRIS BROS. H Mi8-r.s Jambs S. Taylor Co. Gents: Ourbalter says that your CHAM PAUSE YEAST POWDER is the best he has ever sed. One teaspooniul to a quart uf flour is simply perfection 15a can 110V make ;w xhk1 cakeo with thi-e-tiue, the quantity l any other RS To Messrs. James 3. Taylor A Co., 110 Front street, an Francisco. &maa or Thohii Pun, Ho, 624 Kacramkvto St., fc.au Krancisco May 24, 17S9. Messrs J. 8. Taylor k Co - Gent : 1 have made a care ful ex animation of hoth bread and biscuits prepared under mv own direction bv the use of your CHAMPAGNE BAK ING POWDER, and And that they do not contain alum or any other injurious or deleterious ingTet-ientu. Ke sspfcetf ully submitted, TEOltAS TRICE, Asuayer aad Chemist. NICHOLS' INFALLIBLE INJECTION. Guaranteed to cure promptly and permanently even' caae of Gonorhira, Gleet and Whites, no matter if hw lonj; standing, if directions are followed. Internal medicines not recommended or necefsaiy. A cure guar anteed or money refunded. For sale by B. F. Foster. oct8 tim Finest brands of Liquors sud Cifrars always an The ! Drat en ea nmm auu v.u i. and Opera Cigars a specially. In eonneof.en with the bar, and in jla ot S&lven, a FISRT-CLASS CHOP STAND 1 AA.) wV.af lf.ulu and t.imthttft f tfl htld 1 lit all hours, dav and uight, evoked to order. No pua h .... . ' l 11.:.. riu l- T fM a wUiklll Will De HliiiTtKl lO mas.. lUlflrinci vaou Oysters, Crabs, fchrimpa and MufccIs always on lbmd a-ison, aim Btrveu in uct uvj. Wintm ot all kinds furnish! en ordv jel4-tf a . FAMILY GROCERY. S CHOO I. IJ O O K S AND AMMUNITION ARE SPECIALTIES AT.... John Fox's; LARGE BOOK AND JEWELEY STORE CSiaapsr than any othor House In tho city ! ! AHniXtl'IOS OF ALl UISBN, Whot, Powder, W Primers, Cartridge of all Si-ee, Hhias Teh.Ie, Etc. STATIONERY hT WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL. Bep3 lm CAGWiN & ALLEN, XJ'EWS DEALERS AND STATIONERS, OPERA HOUSB BLOCK. vi.tni-n PVumes n "5recilty. A lar-e assortment of Spectacles and Eye-glasses; alao ueaiers in JNOveiues, lanteo .unii Perfumery, Curomos, Stationery, School and Blank Books. Sheet and Book Ma.Ic furnished at short notice. Organs and Pianos at horrent Possible Bate AMiSRICAIV te SINGKR SEWING MACHIMS PISTOLS, FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION AT LOWEST PRICtS. Will give special attention to the daliYeTj of all Paptars The Gold Hill News delivered. jel3tg3 HEADQUARTERS SALOON, Kldu r , 1.L.1.1 , ... .- . and Ormsby. This old and wll known aaloou m supplied with the very best WINEN CltJARS Nice Lunch of Tit-Bits at li Hoar. Cool and dalisioua beer. The proprietor, Victor A. Muller, lives on tho prumites and is 011 hand at ad htmrs to attend to all tusio lers. v.an aim aoc mm. - Ir. Car Fong Kee, )nYM'IAS AND IBBtJEOJr. OFFICE: Opposite Kong Hint's store, Chinatown. rn TWtor has been for laaov years associated with Dr Ah Kee in thij city. He guaaiitets permanent and speedy cures, and hopes, by strict attei.tica to business to merit a full shure of prajtico. ootlU tf TBOS. H. WStLS I WHLUSUfOK STEWART. WELLS & STEWART, TTOKJfBlH AT LAW. Sf A door to Foster 1 Erusr Ster?, rooms up s'airs A VI'8 MOVED OUR EXTIKR STOCK consisting of Groceries, Liquors, Prov sons, Hatiware, Grain and Flour, Crookery, CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES, HATS AXIt GENTS' FURttlSH!N3 G03DS, To our new buildinp, we are now prepared to siipplj onr customers and the piiule generally with everything in OK line at CREATLY REDUCED PRI363. We invite everybody to call and sompare prices and guod'j bef'ir puretiasiu elsewnere. Mr. CHARLKS MF.TTELLKMtFER havinir the entire minasrement of our lry Goods Ucpartucut, would Iw pleaded to see his friends. HAKIMS BBO. Carson, Sept. 2., 1S73. d38 PEOPLE'S MARKET. OrielTH V. H. HUT, WORTH CAkBOX ST., CAMUK Sfrf. HI LI. FEKKI Froprletosw. R.ef. Ma' ton. I.iin:b Veal an1 Pork. Ail raised iu Carson Valley and s'anghtured there, direct Hum., niton, Cnrne-4 Be ft. TeniM, Ets- POrtTRT AM) 64MB Ot all kiads kept eoul.LnMy el iand and killed order 8AUSASE8 V L L M I K 1) 8 HEAD CHEESE A SPECIALTY. Goods promptly delivered free of chaiye. Afl kuusls ef oiuts seientlBcaliT put Bp for eovkinnr. OiIl at the People's Market andlpnrcUaea tvc niMtf jei-u OPERA HOTJSH Bl'ILDISS. A. MARSTOW, - - Mcrascr- ryy hb choicest and bah e;s GROCBRIlilS For family use constantly on hand. ?"For Nice L,ttl Things N"t to Be "W sjr r oasil iisewnire CO TO CHENfc Y'S. nuanrtment of the beet staple and abolse ar ceries. r KlCES TO SUIT THE TIliBS JOU tlltI Adnms Block, Carson street, oorner of TelegAph. January 8, 1S7S. EAGLE MARKET. R IXCKFL Bt'lLBIJSS, CAR-OIbTBTET. f ABSHX CUT, X K V A A. A fh-st-okias meat mark, keeping en ad a good svr ply ef Bef, Perk. Hutlon, Veal. Iamb, Samage, Ete. Wnieh wiD be f amisQBd to (rostoiiM-rs a low est saarsx rates. f-ALL ORDBH8 PROMPTLY ATTHNDHD TOThl jvlS-tt MATT. BINgKEL, Proprietor. PAKE'S EXCH?.HG. GEORGE DAKKj PROPRIETORS. o PPOSITE THK STATH VAPITOI Carson atroet, Carson City Sevadn. . . - 12 34 Cents" -DRINKS - - THfi FINEST BRAJJDB OF WINES, LIQUORS, ALWAYS ON HA5D. Carson, April 8. 1S79: Gr. T3. W13BB, ("uoDvcsor to J B. Cvrmaok.) AUCTION AT4D CCMMlSttGM BUSINESS, NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. I AM PREPARKD TO DO ALL KKDS Cf HOI.SlllUl.Vft. Can tu ktr r?iERCHArrr TAILOR. B HAYES, MERC HAST TAILOK, LATE s ef Marvsvilie, Oaliiornia, has just opened a shop in the Adams Block, vhm e he is prepared to make to or 1 1 j . t u fidhiAnakilp ntoulc. tvurf kfeui af uer, anu 110111 ..I . ... aw.. 1 - j gentlemen's wear, at tae shortest nstice and 00 tbe mo.t reoso' aole soruiti Houses to P.ent. CTonse and Farm Ilelp, Supplied. Oooda Bold on Commission. Carson City. NrTRda, li(twp CtTlOB Saving Hank anil tU fostoflBoe May 7, 1879. LiiL MRS. N. A. OAVIN HAN JI'PT RBf'EIVESs A FIVE ASSORT WENT of FALL MILLINERY G CCDS," J Which will be sold ekeas. Z3TCALL A.VD SXAMKE TKEiI"5t Kext doo.- to the Opera Honm. rojifi DR. ?m J. WHITE, Office 1 On King trot, at rear t WUJU' Drag-atore. AW Residence at the ArUnrton House . Koom Xo 10. '2 (.'alls promptly attended, iughtor dar. Carsoa, bepteinbur 10, 1878.