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NI'MDAT FCBBl'AtT 89, ! TIME TABLE Or TOE VIRGINIA AND TRCCKEE RAILROAD. II. M. Yerinfftoa, siaperlateadent. UP TRAINS. Leave Ktno. Lmvs (Unra. Arrive at Virgieia. t iO A. M. 8:.'W A. M. 9:5.1 A. . 7:.(0 A. M. 11 1.10 A. M. 1:20 r. M. IS 30 p. M. 6.1U P. M. B:4S P. M. DOWN TBAINS. Leave Tirytuia. Leave Oarsua. Arrive at Bene. S:20TY. , ll:lv7il aJi'TTTn." J 30 p. m. 6.00 r. M. 8:0.r p. m. :36 P. M. I 7:10 P. M. 8:30 P. M. AVENGERS OF BLOOD. THE PIUTES DISPOSE OF THE SLATER OF CHARLEY AN EXKCl'TION WITHOUT AfiY LOSS TO TAB STATE. t'p trains (rum Rene arrive at Cargo at 8:15 a, ., 10:J8 A. m. anl 11.45 P. m. Uuwii truus (rum Viryraia Olty arrive at Carson at 9:50 A. ., 4:15 P. . aud p. u. FARE FltOM Bono to Virginia $3 08 bDu to Car n 2 00 Carson to Gold Hill and Vinrmia 1 50 STOCKS. Yesterday morning's Market opened quite dull, but it showed healthy sign. The buy ers are evidently waiting to see what the Leg islature will do, and it is no pretty certain that nothing will be done to cripple the stock business. There were no sales at the informal session of Sierra Nevada, tbe first stock called. Wallace bid 21, but at 22, asked, no shares changed hands. Belcher rose to 12. Northern Belle was strong at 16j, Union at 33 and Jacket at . At 11 o'clock the whole line advanced rapidly and the highest prices of the week were reached by the north-end stocks. MORNING BOA ED. opr, 17"-v 17 tlexie.n, U IS Would & Curry, 6 iVs Best ft Belcher. 8 8 California, 3 79 Kavafre, S- Cans-didatea Virginia, 3 Ci Uhoilor, fl, Potosi, S 40 llule A Nora-am, 6 Crown Point, 4 7a Yullow Jacket, Imperial, 05, tuck, 3 Sierra Nevada, 22 'i 22 I tali, 11 , Kxchouuer, 8 10 Overman, tt,, Hl I ni'in Conwlidatod, 24 Si'$ belcher, 12. 12Jt Aloha, 9 Alia, 3 uj, Julia, 1 33 Caledonia, 83c" Clialeiiffc, 1 m Silver Hill, V 1 New York, Sflc, Ward, 1 (JU . Occidental. 1 Arnica, 7W Scorpion, S He . ton Con., 2 "0 (iokl.'n (iatc, t)'c Con. Dorado, 140 KloutTy, 20 NiK-tli i o.miiza, 40c M;u:k:tv, 2(c Juh c;, 1 25 Confidence. 7 Hiil. Sherid:in, 20 Uidy W;k.sliiui;tn. 73 Lady Bryan, 4uc Bullion, 410 ritvr. lai.eil Bslvber, li Lt'ViitUiun. l.,c lva,hiund K hly, SO. K.nreka Consolidated, 13' lA'opard, 1..C .lack "mi. 2 Northern Utile, lt, Helm ut, 30 Motidlic, 2 2.i UrmiJ Priac. 1 0 Artreiitii, oJ e Independctie. 1 23 lkUe LsUl 05, l'av, tit II llnulf. 1. TM Monk'l JO I'ar.nliw, i0 Wal.w. 3 Nor.h Belle Me, -20e kit. Potc.si 4 K .Ml. Dhd.lo 160 Hodie, lleuhtel. 3 (15. filcdititon, oO Tio.n, 2 tij Simimit, 1 11 ii !u or, K'4 Syndicate, 1 40 Orient il, 23c. Hdwdiro, 2 "0 Champion. Sue. Hla- k Hawk 7."), Horn., 7';, CoiiH:id:kt -d Pacific 3 I'ni vursit , l.'c, Dudlev. 40 Jupiter. 1 00 Addenda, 55 NiMindav, !K North Noonday 3 Orient 4..C. Mammoth. 1 75. Kotuon LVmso'.itlati d,l 20 Oro 1 1 7 .Martin White, 9), Tiptop. 4 till lmker. GO Mount Diablo, 21 William Hammings, a teamster who came in from Bodie yesterday, reports the finding of the body of an Indian near the McTarna han road about four miles south of Valley View Station. The body was discoverd by John Wilder and his son, who were hunting in the vicinity. It had been there probably two or three weeks, perhaps longer, as the iu tense cold would tend to keep it in a good state of preservation. A DEER OF VIOLENCE. The body was evidently that of a Washoe Indian, who came to his death by violent means. There was a stab in the side, the face was beaten beyond recognition aid the back of the skull was crushed in with a rock Around the body were signs of a struggle, and a fire had been built within a few feet of the spot. The parties who found the body were camping out near the road when the teamster passed and related the circumstance. The remains are so far from any habitation that they will doubtless be allowed to lie there and rot. WAS HE KILLED BY THE PICTES ? There is a probability that the deed was committed by the friends of Charley, the Piute who was killed November ICth, at Treadway'B ranch. After the killing three Washoea were arrested for complicity in the murder, and Washoe John acknowledged to committing the deed. At the time the excite ment ran quite high and ihe Pistes insist ed that the offender be turned over to them for execution. After the three Indians had been oonGned in jail a few weeks they were liberated, and went their various ways. When Capt Sam, Chief of the Piutes, learned of this he was considerably disgusted, as he claimed that the authorities had agreed te give the of fender a trial and mete out punishment for he crime. John was the man whose blood the Piutes wanted, as they seemed to think that the other two were merely passive aaces sories t the murder. ON HIS TX AIL. After the three men were liberated John disappeared, while the other two, seeming to think they had nothing to fear, frequented their old haunts. It is said that ever since John got out the Piutes and Walker river Indians have been shadowing him about the country witn a view oi Killing mm. iwo Indians were detailed each week, aud he has never been in any portion of the country with out his movements having been known to his avenging enemies. WHAT THE PICTES SAY. Yesterday an Appeal reporter interviewed a couple of Piutes who were in the city re garding the body found. They professed the most profound ignorance of the affair at first, but one finally said, "Alan kill your frien you like get even all the same. Me like kill pretty well sometime " They then grinned at the idea and went away in a state of consider able hilarity. AMUSEMENTS. ALWAYS AHEAD! Carson Opera House. The Carson Guard had a good house at their benefit, last night. The performance opened with the first act of Richard III, with Johu E. Mack in the role of the Huuchb.ck Tyrant. By playing th first on the list he effected a great saving o his voiee, and the result was a much smoother rendition than was noticeable on the occasion of his debut iu the character. The acting was characterized by an intelligent reading of the lines in good style of elocution an 1 a pleasing absence of rant. Some of the scenes were given with a strength and fire which must have astonished those who since his first appearance have been endeavoring to cough him down. He frequently captured his audience completely, aud those who cime to laugh were compelled to join in the applause with the rest. Mr. Mack has genuine talent and' his success of last night is due to natural gifts, hard study and a deter mination to conquer all difficulties. Nick of tit Woods was also equally well improved and given much more smoothly and vigorous! y than before. The closing tableau of the first act received a rousing encore, and the ardor exhibited by the red devils, backwoodsmen and distressed maidens, was unequivocally a success. Jim Chesley took Hub Parker's place as "Ralph Stackpole" and aaade a strong character of it. Miss VanSickle's singing was also a noticeable feature. Nat Dow redeemed his previous failure, aed everybody, in fact, played about fifty per cent, better than before. The Hkidmore Guards closed a very enjoyable entertainment. Professor Langer's orchestra furnished the music. Wilhelmj. To-morrow night the gre t est violinist living will appear at the Opera House, assisted by Max Vogrich and Signora Maria Salvotti. This is by far the greatest musical event vouchsafed Carson since it be came the Capital of Nevada. The following is the PROGRAMME. Concerto Chapin Mr. Max Vogrich, Aria, "Nabucco" Virdi Signora Marie Solvotti. Conerto Paganini Herr August Wilhelmj. The Oloovich Brothers are now offering their stock at such rates that it will pay all thrifty persons to bay goods at their store Just opening: Two hundred pieces new choice print?. An invoice of E. C. Burt's celebrated kid boots. Novelties in buttons, hairpins, fancy goods, ruchings, etc., etc. Irish poplins worth $2.50 at 75 eents per jard. Irish poplins worth $1 at 50 cents per yard. OlCOTICH BrOTHERS. FRAGRANT BREATH AND PEARLY Teeth are easily obtained by cleansing your teeth daily with that justly popular dentifrice, SOZODONT. Composed of rare untisepti herbs, it imparts whiteness to the teeth, a delicious aroma to the breath, and preserves intact, from youth to old age, the teeth. Acidity of the stomach will des troy the strongest teeth unless its effects are counteracted with SOZODONT, and this nnra toot,h-wash rtrotects the dental surfaees by removing every impurity that Gas Pipe I Gas Fixtures, adheres to them. Ask jour drnggist for SOZODONr. jl7 E. B. RAIL, QPPOSl WB 4-1 4tT1 1 l(RJLtE B7IXD1K6 cAxnoar, jtbtada. IHP0ETE3, WKUSALE A IB MTAHr E LER IN Hardware, Iron, Steel and Coal, Stoves, Ranges and Tinware. PLOWS AD AGRICULTURAL MPLE&ErrS, Doors, Windows & Blinds, Paints, Oils and Brushes, Glass and Crockery Ware, BAB FIXTURES, Hose, Force & Lift Pumps Rope, Wood I Willow Ware, Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, BIRD CAQB3, Etc.TSte, 3. 4. Songs NO OTHER REMEDY Has so beneficial an action on the human system and none is so pleasant to take as SYRUP OF FIGS. It is better than oil, salts, pills or any liver remedy or purgative to oleanss the system, to purify the blood, to give tone to the stomach, to regulate the liver or to act on the bowels, acting gently HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. yet tnorougniy, wiinoui griping, vjhixdkeji cry fob n, because it is pleasant to take, and grown people like it beeause they find it jnst the thing they need to keep their bowels open and livers in good order. For sale by all druggists, jan25 MANUFACTURES OF .Abt Signora Marie Solvotti. Bridal Songs Vogrich Herr August Wilhelmj. 6. Faustaise, "Somnainbula" Liszt Mr. Max ogrich. 4. Aris, "Hongrois Jimst Herr August Wiiheluij. 8. Valser Arditi Signora Marie Solvotti The piano to be used on this occasion to be a three-pedal Steinway grand upright, kindly furnished by F. J. Jeasups, of Virginia City. AH SING ACQUITTED. THE COURT ECIBE8 THAT A MAN CAH SMOKE OPICM IX HIS OWN HOUSE. The Onb Puice Dry Goods Store. All the divorce suits started in Carson arise from the fact that husbands are driven near ly cazy by the extravagance of their wives By trading at M. Cohn's these troubles can ba happily avoided. He has now on hand a new supply of ladies' cloaks, childrens' wool cn -goods and in fact everything that a woman wants in the shape of clothing. His is the orignal ne price dry goods store and he denes competition. a The rumor that Chinese bookkeepers and ticket ageats are about to be put in the main office of the V. & T. R. R. Co. , in this city, is a cruel hoax. White help will still he retained Ah Sam, the Chinaman who was arrested a few days ago for selling liquor to Indians, was convicted in Justice Cary'i Court yesterday and sentenced to twenty days in jail. Saat Welch has purchased the Opera House Restaurant of Blanchard and will in future ran it as sole proprietor. The prices and cuisine will remain as before. If the Man who received twenty-two Btabs in Gold Hill a few nights since is doing well. No man can die in Gold Hill unless he drinks the domestic whisky. Services in the Methodist Church at 11 A. M. and 7 P. m. Sabbath school at 2 p. m, All invited. Services in the Presbyterian Church at 11 A. m. and 7 r. u. Sabbath school at 12:15. The case of Ah Lin?;, charged with opium smoking, came up before Just'ce Cary yester day. Ling, the defendant, is a man who looks like old F.ither Time himself, dead and em balmed. He is probably about 70 years of age, but he i3 so dried up and shriveled with opium, and so bronzed by the smoke that he looks to be ou the shady side of 100. His back teeth are all gone and the hollows come almost as near together as two young people iissing over a gate. If the old fellow could be boiled down there wouldn't be oil enatigh eft to grease an $8 watch. THE TBSTIMONY. Officer Duncan testified that he made the arrest of the man a few nights since. He reached his den abjut 8 o'clock, and detected the smell of opium before entering the place. Kicking open the door he walked hastily in and found the defendant lying on a bunk. In an instant the defendant dropped his pipe by his side and endeavored to hide it. As he did so the officer saw by the light of the little lamp the thin wreaths of smoke rising to the ceil ing. He grasped the pipe and found the bowl warm. Deeming these indications sufficient he arrested the man on the eharge of smok'ng opium, and took possession of the smoking tools which he found abont the place. The tools were exnibited in court and proved to be a lamp, good sized jar of opium, a pipe, wires, horn boxes, cleaners, wicks, etc. Offi cer Hawthorne corroborated the testimony of the first witness. THB DECISION. The defense argued that the law did not contemplate the prohibiting a man from smok ing opium in his own house, and asked for a dismissal. The dismissal was granted on the grounds above statad, and because the prose cution did not prove that the man sold opium or that his den was frequented by other peo ple. The defendant was then allowed to leave the court room and take his traps with him. The net receipts of the four sales under the executions of the property of George Elder amount to $2,603 84, all of which has been paid out by the Sheriff except $340 13, which will be applied upon the execution of Earl & Co. and Harris Brothers. Drugged and Robbed. The man Elkins ho was drugged and robbed in Reno a few days since of $130 was in this city last week, wandering about the streets drunk. Deputy Sheriff Powers, finding him in this condition, went through his pockets and found $138. This he kept until the next evening, and put ting him on board the train for Reno, gave him his money. He had a son killed by a railroad accident some months ago and had received 4,000 damages fre:n the company. He was expecting to go East and get the money when he was robbed as above stated. The thieves would have done better had they waited and nipped him on the return trip. Not the Prize Fighter. Mike Whalen, better known as "Dublin Pete," died in the Capitol saloon i Eodie oa I' iday. He was sitting in a chair at the time, and the cause is ascribed to heart disease. Several enquiries have been fliade in the ArraAL office regard ing the man. Some confound him with "Dublin Pete," the Comstock prize fighter. It was not the prize fiiihter who died, and the Appeal makes the anouticement fully realizing the regret it will cause all over the State. Pkiik Ball. The sale of tickets for the i Opera House Ball, which comes off oit the 10th, shows that the affair will be well pat ronized. The feature of the entertainment will be the raffling of the seal skin sacque valued at $150, now on exhibition at Coh u s. Every girl in town has already got her eye on the prize, and is looking out for an invitation ten days ahead. Assault on a Child. W. Dailey, a young man who keeps a fruit stand near the railroad depot, was arrested yesteiday afternoon for beating the child of a man named Purler, a barber. The case will be tried before Justice Cary to-morrow. The accused was allowed to go on his'own recognizance. Professor Langeb's Music class Prof. Langer, the well known leader of Piper's Orchestra, has started a music class in Oar- son. He has already received a number of scholars from the best families in the city, and his thorough methods of instruction give the best of saisfaction He gives voca and instrumental instructions and teaches on the piano and violin. He will crive less ons on Wednesday of each week. Orders can be left at the Appeal office. f21-lm The District TDourt tf Douglas County has adjourned until March 5th. Tin, Copper and Slieet Iron Ware, Special Attention fives to all Orders. - GOODS SOLD AT- L0WZ3T POSSIBLE RATES! E. B. RAIL. del' J STONE MARKET. 45 Years Before the Public. THE GEmJIME mi4HLES in. SrHl'lZ ATVD BROTHER have opened a first olans Meat Market in the Stone Buildiii!; opposite the Arlington House, where can be torn; d at all times the Dr. O. McLANE'S LITER PILLS: are not recommended as a remedy for'-ulthe ills that flesh is heir to," but m affections of the Liver, and in all Biffcros Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are nneqanlecL BEWARE CF IMITATIONS. The penuiae are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with tbe impression, McLANE'S LIVER PTIX. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C McLake ai d FLEStrNG Bros. tif Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled diSenaitly but same pronunciation. CHOICEST COTS OF Beef. Pork,- Mutton, Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Etc.Z Tho new propietor will fill all orders with dispatch and .2 asks a fair share of patronage. my6 ft. SCHULZ & ERCTiIto. GREAT EXCITEMENT! R E A T CROWDS OF PEOPLE CON. f guutly rusliinj.- to the taivu Clotiiuie Btore of KOPPEL & PLATT Comer of Canon and Third Streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, CARSON CITY NEVADA. To view and purchase of their mairniSoent stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, OOHBWCIXO OF Men's, Youth' and Boys' Clothing, Of all the latest styles, Hits, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Shirts, UoiUrs etc.. Etc. oclia Common sense. Have all men common sense? No. Those that pay $100 for a breoch loading gun, and $40 for a muzzle-loader, that they can purchase for one-third the price at Uncle Harris' have very little sense. EpiscopalChukch. Full services to-day at St. Peter's Church. Morning at the usual hour. Bishop Whitaker will preach at both services. Sunday School at 12:30. Public invited. Geo. R. Davis, Rector. Duke Olds and his partner Morrow, alias Wild Bill, the horse thieves captured at the Twelve-mile House on Tuesday night, will be taken to Aurora for examination. Their latent achievement was in stealing horses from L. Bennet of Mason Valley. Bishop Whitaker will preach at the Episco pal Church this morning. He is the guest of Governor Kinkead. GEORGE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH FBCITa, VEGETABLES, COKTEOTIONS, ETC THE VNDRBSIRNED HAS ON BAND and is duiif reoeivkijf tbe Choicest Fruits, freshest Vegetable. Best of Confections Choice Havana Ciffars, Piultrjr, Raaeh Kgir. Etc X. B. Orde premptly filled and delivered as par tactions. GEORGE PEB tSICH. Garson street next to Theater Saloon TAX NOTICE. rllF. STATE A'SI COrJCTY TAXES OX the net proceeds of the mines and nun jral-beariru' tailintrs of Orn6by County, for the Quarter ending; llecember 31, 1979. Are now due and payable at the otHee of the County Assessor. The law in regard to the collection of the same will be strictly enforced. H. H. BE-XCE. County Assessor Ormsby County. Dated : Carson City, Feb. 16.1S8C. ff7 CARS 9 CITY SAVINGS BANK BANKERS, BROKERS AND FIRE IHSUR Ar'CE AGENTS. CARSON CITY. - NEVADA. MIXING STOCKS BOCeRT AND OS COMMISSION. SOLD Liberal Margins allowed on Approved Stocks.?! Fransiseo Correspondent Latham & Kins; Carson September 1, 1877. SELLING OUT -AT L. MORRIS & CO.'S THEIB ENTIRE STOCK OF MUST BE SOLD WITHIN THE KEXT SIXTY DAYS. APartlei inrtoblep to I- Morris A Co. will pleaneenll and ettle their accounts. The premises now occupied as the store are offered for sale. NOTICE. TEA I VISIONS, and in FliKSH MEAT, are hereby notified that bids to supply these articles to the State Orph.ns Home for the three months beirinnintr March I, will be received at any time before Saturdav, February 28. Re quisitions to be sad at ihe office of D. B. SESSIONS. see. Doaru mreewn staic vrpuau. nvuw.