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FRIDAT. .MAT 7. 18SO TIME-TAHLE OF THE VIRGINIA AND TtlUCKEE RAILROAD. U. M. Terin-ten, ttnparlntesMleat. UP TRUSS. Inn Reno. Leave Cnrsou. Arrive at Virginia. :h0 aTT 8:3oT." i 9:55 A. u. 7:30 a. . 11:00 4. . I 1:20 r. a. 12:30 r, m. . 5:10 r. a. I 0:45 p. u. DOWN TRAIXS. Leave' Virviaia. Leave P-intou. Arrive' at Reao. 8:20 A. 11:4SaTb aTil P. U. 1:30 p. m. ft:00 p. a. 8:05 P. a. 6:35 p. a. 7:10 pb 8:30 p. a. Dp train from Reus arrive at Canon at 8:15 A, a., 10:30 A. a. ami 3:45 p. a. Down train t'ruia Vliyinia Oity arrive at Caraen at 0:50 A. a., :15 P. a. and 6:55 p. a. FARE FROM Rsao te Virginia S3 00 Heoo teCaraw. . 2 00 1 60 Uarson to Uld Hill aud Viririuia. . . STOCKS. MORNING BOARD. 7X6 OnMr, 6 6'-, V80 Uexicau l: 400 UouM ii Currv, 710 Bent & Belcher. V0S California, t 10 4 l6 Saviv '. 3 35 91 A Oouioljdate.i Virgin's, t Oi 70 Clioll ir, 4 353 PiHosi, S 3J5 Hale a Normws, S SO 360 Crown Point, 1 75 Vttn Yellow Jacket, b',-, 135 Imperial, KOe 10 Keutuck, 1) 90 Alpha, 6 ' lo Relvher, S 55 60 CondJrnee, 6 ttO Sierra Nevada 10 10i 185 Utah, 7 7J.0 Bullion, 3 06 240 Exchequer 2 905 Overman 83 2 W0 Justice, 105 4M Dnioa Consolidate, liV lit) Lady B 640 Alta, Vl 70 Julia, 76 , 406 Caledonia, 40 9i& Silver Hill, 25e 70 Cbalienire, l1 975 New York, 10 OcciJental, 1 10 ISO Phil. Sboridan, 15e 60 Trojan, 10c 090 Kenton Con., 139 )0U Gulden Gate, 15 100 Flowery, 10c 7': Cfn. ttorade, 1 IS 140 Noitb Bonanza, 35c !M0 Lady Washington. 35c 1700 Andes, 80 COS Ward, 1 55 100 Scorpion, 1 50 100 Leviathan, 2ie 1400 Uackav, 15c 100 EMex, 100 EVENING BOARD. 400 Raymond fcjEIr, S.'c 06 Eureka Consolidated, 19 IS1, 30 Jarkaon. 330 too Hclinoiit, 30c 300 Real el Monte, 119 90 Leopard, 15c 70 Gila. 20 90 Northern Belle. 91, 100 Manhattan, 1 30 Grand Prize, 85 to Metal lie, 75 150 Aiyehta, 2je 1100 Endowment, Z5e fOO Helle Isle. 66 SOO Independene, 80 liCO Star, 25c 150 Day, 65 100 Tuscarora, 25e 109 Hillside, 2, ' 100 Paradi80,35c 400 Albion, 30 120 Wales, 310 60 Mount Diablo, 14 14 760 North Belle Isle, 26c 109 Mt, Potosi 76 100 E Mt. Diablo, 66 105 Helding, 60 U0 Holmes, 69 46 Bmlie, 8 4a Bechtul, 1 60 960 McCuntoo, S0C 60 Tinga, 1 50 860 Summit, 1 60 Syndicate, 1 9 16 Bulwer, 5 60 Goodshaw, 65c 100 Belvidere. 2 !K8 Champion, 60 280 Black Hawk, 76 103 Booker, 50 110 Mono, b'i Consolidated Pacific, 3 400 University, 30c 00 Dudley, 3 e 100 Jupiter, 160 110 Addenda, 90 iiO Noendtv, 4S 0 North Noonday Vi 200 Orient, 20c 410 Mammoth, 1 65 100 Boston Consolidated, 99c 60 Oro, 4 75 Martin White, 85c 60 Tiptop. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Ormrbt House, Sharp Brothms Props. Frank Warren, Pilot Hill; I. Lierere, D. Droyer, T. F. McCarthy, John Egan, San Francisco; W. Welber, Dutch Flat; N. Os good, Lake Valley; J. A. Harding, A. W. Fiak, Winnemucea; A. 8.' Btenhoff, Chic; C." Olmatead, S. , Fuenzalia, Virginia; Mr. Hanaiond and wife, Bodia; V. H Pease, J. H. Marshal, J. P. Marshal, Carson; Chaa. F. Hoffman, Virginia, G. VV. Taylor,' Gold HilL Voti of Thanks. At a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Episcopal Church held on the 6th, the thanks of the Society were tendered to Mrs. Gen. Clarke for her kindness in entertaining the participants in the Sociable at her house on last Friday even ing. The recorder was ordered to secure the publication of the resolution in the Morning Times and Carson Appeal A Suggestion. If the young ladies ef Car son would like to get up a little excitement and combine pleasure with health, let them form an archery club. Archery is the finest out door pastime known. There is nothing in the rules of archery which prevents young men from joining a female archery club if tbey behave themselves, Arrivals. The following passengers ar rived per southern stage yesterday afternoon: Mrs. Smith, James Cameron, J. H. ' Jones, Mrs. D. N. Holland, James Emmet. For a man that isn't too exacting in his tastes the present weather in quit enough for all requirements. NEW RAILROADS, TBI HEW LINK TO RON FROM CARSON TO COLO RADO PROPOSED LINE R0kf OREGON THROUGH NEVADA TO A&IZoKA AND COLORADO A BRIGHT OUTLOOK. la regard to the new road, generally known here as the Bodie extension, the Reno Journal has the following : The Carson and Colorado railroad to Bodie, to be built from the Muuud House, is to be a narrow guage instead f a broad guage. Or dinarily the transfers would be made at the Mound House, but Carson will be the head quarters of the new road, and a third rail will be put on the V. & T. from Carson to the Mound House. Last evening, in conversation with one of the surveyors, an Appeal reporter learned that the road would be built directly to the head of Walker Like and pass from thirty-five to forty miles east of Bodie. The Bodie junction would be at the head of the lake, and from thence a wagon road, or possibly a narrow guage, would connect the main road with Bodie. The line would go along down the lake and through the chain of valleys which lead to Colorada. The road is to be a narrow guage. The V. & T. road will be so fixed that by the additiou of a third rail the cars can be transferred from the new road to the old, and the making of Carson the headquart ers will be a handsome thing fur the Capita! all round. other roads. ' For some time past there have been rumors in the air of a railroad from Oregon to Color ado by way of Carson, but nothing reliable could be obtained. It is thought, however, that a party of Oregon capitalists will build a narrow gauge to this city by way of Stockton and their object is to secure the freight traffic between Nevada and California. Part of the plan is to connect with Sutro and the ores from the Comstock will be taken to the mills by that road, materially reducing the cost of working the mines, Should San Francisco capital interest itself in this project the con nection will be made with Sutro, otherwise the road will be pushed south to Arizona and Colorado. Articles of incoporation have been tiled in this eity by a company whe contein plated building a road from Wadsworth to Collville, Colorado, but ascertaining the cer tainty ef the Carson and Colorado road being built, they abandoned the project and will probably build a new narrow guage road from Ren north. If any of these reads are built as proposed, it will cause the most flourishing kind of times imaginable in Carson. Things have looked rather gloomy here for the past six months, and new the outlook is more flat tering than at any period of the city's exist ence. The Virginia City Tragedy. Night be fore last at about six o'clock George Sander son was shot and killed at 35 North C street. His wife was suspected, but she claims that he committed suicide. She has been arrested for the killing. The JVeuu of last night gives the following reasons for supposing that the man did not die by his own hand: In the first place, the bullet entered from the left or at least such was clearly the in dication of the wound at the time it was ex amined. In the left side of the head there was simply a bullet hole. Op the right side the bones were not only shattered, but driven outwardly, bulging or burring the wound con I siderably. Secondly after a careful examination of the flesh and hair on both sides of the head, no marks of burning or burnt powder were visible, neither was the hair, which extended close down to the wound, at all singed. Both ! hair and flesh had a perfectly natural appear ance. A man cannot hold a pistol far enough from his body not to burn the flesh and singe the hair. About a year ago the same man was stabbed in the abdomen and was expected to die. He refused to tell who did the stabbing and his wife was in custody until her husband wore that he did the cutting accidentally. There had been domestic troubles between the pair for some years and a business man in Virginia City was said to be mixed up in a scandal connected with the affair of a year Rcnawats. About half past 10 o'clock yesterday morning six horses drawing a wagon load of hay, run away on Orrasby street and as they turned Davis' corner the wagon upset and sent the hay fl jring in all directions. The off front wheel of the wagon came off bnt there was no further damage. About quarter past 4 o'clock a horse attached to a truck belonging to the railroad company ran down Carson street and furnished a ten minute sensation. The damage was not serious. Another run away took place in the morning with more se rious results. . A team attached to a delivery wagon belonging to P. A. Wagner & Co. and driven by Fred Lange, took fright at the north end of town, and throwing the driver out of the wagon, broke his collar bone. Dr. Sm irt set the bone, and Mr. Lange is now getting along qnite comfortably. The Mint. All ihe departments of the Mint except the coining department are now running at full blast,' and the latter will be tapted P in few da7- Tb employes are distributed as follows: General Department 31, Melter and Refiner's Department 0, Coin er's Department 28, Assayer's Department 6. Departures. The following passengers de parted per southern stage yesterday morning: E. 8. Caylett, J. F. McKer.zie, Geo. Painter, J. Wyatt, George Troy, Mrs. Holbrook, Win. Lemon, S. Wolf, T. Struokman, J. Boyson, J. Harvey, J. i. Ulrick. . ANNUAL REPORT OF THE C. P. R. R. In accordance with the new taw the Central Pacific Railroad Company have at last filed their annual statement with ihe Secretary of State. They did net file it at the time speci fied by law, on the grounds that they could not compile it in so short a period. The time was therefore extended as a matter or accom modation. The following is the repp ' in full of the operations of the road up to the 1st day of December,' 1879 : The capital stock of the company is one hundred millions of dollars. ihe amount thereof subscribed is sixty-two millions, six hundred and eight thousand dollars. Amount actually paid, nfty-four millions, two hundred and seventy-live thousand hve hundr i del lars. Expended for purchaseof bonds $1,515,266 60 r or construction of road 1 Jo,UZ ,0'Z'J 02 The cost of building, except shops iu bac ramento, is included in the above. For engines $2,693,613 40 For cars. 5,330,855 37 The cost of cars and engines used in Ne vada can not be given, aa they are used inter changably in California, Nevada and C'ah. INDEBTEDNESS. Funded debt $57,030,000 00 (less $4,068,662 90 in the sinking u4tdrof such debt.) Bills aud accounts Liable. .. . 5,678,415 86 U. S. subsidy bonds 27.855.C80 00 Amounts due the company. . . 6,445,057 5 RECEIPTS. For transportation of passen- - gnrs $4,919,254 63 Freight, mails and express. . . 11,560,421 41 Wthtr sources 1,433,198 10 All the freight transportel over the road amounted to l,Sl4.335 luus. The amouut ptid for repair- 'o cw, en gines, huildings and other expouaus amounted to 914,874,613 til. N dividends were declared for the year 1879. STOCK ON HAND. Engine houses aud shops 47 Locomotive engines 226 Passenger cars 148 Sleeping cars 41 Emigrant cars 72 B-iggage, mail and express cars 56 Freight cars 4567 Work cars 685 Snow plows 9 The net prohts for the year were $3,043, 260 51. The statement is sworn to by E. H. Miller, Secretary of the company. Wiit the Cast was Altbred. The ama teur theatricals continne to raise their reg ular rumpuses in Carson. In casting A Scrap of Paper the inexperienced manager selected a man and wife in a love scene under the somewhat absurd idea that they could do the part so nicely. Neither of the two had ever appeared before the cold (one stove for the entire house), critical audience ot Carson, but wanted to. They lehearud a love sui ae to gether. "Oh George how nice this will be before an audience. When w- show how well we do this, wont the Joneses ba astonished and chargrined. It will stop them from ever say ing that we do not live happily together. What a triumph. The kissing scene i- i- bring down the house. Be sure and provide a basket so that we can brine the flowers home." "Throw your arms about my neck Julia with a little mere grace and less boistrous vigor." "Oh, I see, a sort of Jeffries-Lewis business. Like this." "Ah, that's it to a hair." "How this will confound the Smiths. Everybody will envy our happy married life, as clearly exemplified in this scene." Later in the day the husband could be seen hunting up the manager. He found him. "Sue here, yen'U have to leave my wife out of this cast. She thinks she can't stand the excitement. She's afraid of stage fright. She never was before an audience and begged me to get you to let her off." Oh I'll fix that, there's Miss , she's anxious to play the part." This being settled upon, the manager sent Miss around to see the married lady and get the part of her. The girl explained her mission and the part was handed to her without a word. The woman was too mad to articulate. She accordingly waited for her husband to come home. He arrived. "George, I see a change has been made in the cast. I'm out. "Yes, the manager said if yon had never been before aa audience, that you would get so scared that you wouldn't recollect a line, so he substituted Miss I told him you were all O. K. in your part and not easily frightened. It's a regular shame; at first I told him if I had to make Ieve to that fool of a girl I'd quit; but you know the play is for the Episcopal Cuurch love, and we must stand In with the L rd, m ike a sacrifice for religion so to speak." "Yes, nice clean boy, you are getting awful religious, yon are. Better study for the min istry." Just then the manager entered arid re marked. "Mrs., I have substituted Miss in your place. 1 didn't want to, but your husband urged so hard that I concluded to do it. He was bound not to subject you te sts';e fright, so I got this girl to take the part and he said he was suited." Later in the day the husband cam do wn town with some sticking plasters on his head and face, and said that in cousequence of his having had a woodpile fall onhim, he Would not be able to appear.,. "If it hadn.t been for the church I wouldn't have tackled the part any- how." . , The manager is now looking for a man te take a male character. Moore's Box. Erly yesterday morning John Quincy Adams Moore was about the streets taking everybody aside and confidenr tially telling them of a circumstance which had taken nlace at his house. He was nothing less than the father of a boy. It weighed ten pounds if it weighed an 'ounce. Mr. Moore has been a father five times since he married but each time it was a girl. Yes terday his persistent efforts to add one te the voting population of the battle born State were crowned with success. The keg of beer sent to this office by the proud and worthy father is s constant reminder of the certainty of human ents. The Proposes Insane Asylum. Governor Klnkead and State Treasurer Crockett have just returned from Reno, where in eompany with A. A. Cook, an architect, they visited the State Prison grounds for the purpose of oscertaiuiug what eould be done toward the building of the insane asylum ou the grounds owned by the State, that a, report might be made to the Legislature. The Journal says Mr. Cook will submit plans and make esti mates for two different buildings. One of them will include the using of the material in the present Prison walls, while the other will be for an entirely new building. The Glenbrook Stage. Hereafter Ben ton's Glenbrook stae will leave Carson at 5 o'clock in the morning instead of 8 o'clock in order that it may make the trip when he snow is hard. a27.1w. ALWAYS AHEAD 1 The Olcovich Brothers are now offering their stock at such rates that it will pay all thrifty persons to bny goods at their store. Just opening: Two handred pieces new choice prints. An invoice of . 0. Burt's celebrated kid boots. Novelties in buttons, hairpins, fancy goods, ruchings, etc., etc. Irish poplins worth $2.50 at 75 eenta per yard. Irish poplins worth $1 at 50 cents per yard. OliCOVICH BrOTHBRS. A FINE THING FOR THE TEETH. Fragrant SOZODONT is a composition of the purest and choicest ingredients of the Oriental vegetable kingdom. Every in gredient is well known to have a beneficial effect on the teeth and gnms. Its embalm ing or antiseptic property and aromatic fragrance makes it a toilet luxury. SOZO DONT removes all disagreeable odors from the breath, caused by cartarrh, bad breath, etc. It is entirely free from the injurious and acrid properties of tooth pastes and aud powders which destroy the enamel. One bottle will last six months. M. Cohn to the Front. Tho popularity of the dry goods store of M. Cohn is not only a household word in Carson, bnt it ex tends all over Ormsby and the adjoining counties. His Spring stock, purchased in the East, is the beet selected one ever brought to Nevada's Capital. It embraces everything rare and beautiful in the way of Spring and Summer fabrics, and in the lan guage of the showman, "must be seen to be uppreeiated." Mr.Cohn is a judiciousbuyer, and snch men are always prepared to under- sell their neighbors. Give him a call and be convinced that we are stating facts. Attention ! The greatest wonder yet dis covered in medicine is Mrs. Dr. Howe's celebrated rheumatism.neuralgia and tooth ache cares. Would yon rather suffer the pain of having a tooth drawn than bny a bottle of Mrs. Dr. Howe's toothach medi cine ? Mothers should not be without it for their infants. A fey drops in a little sweet ened vaatw to swab a teething baby's month will instantly relieve the little sufferer. Tha taedicine does not cauterize,and is very pi san t. Sold by all druggists. mb7 4 Yemnv Bcfmte the Public, THE GENUINE Br. C. XIcLANE'S LIVER PILLS are net recommended as a remedy " for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but ia affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. ACU.E AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are unequaled, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the tignataxes of C McLakk aid, Fleming Baos. . "' Sf Insist upon having the genuine Dk. C McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLESIIXG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa-, the market being fall of imitations ef the name McLane, spelled difleseotly but same proaungiatioa. ,, . ,. . ;' $5 to $20 par day at Sasanles worth M frat i-waa ., far naasV-! M. C...LCAfc,3 W4tt2.AlE AID RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE . CARSOX STREET, CARHON. MCV. K ADDITION TO MT WOW.i, mer stuck, I an opening 500 pairs of Boots and shos, shjers and bandals, all of the Ufewt styles and Ut qua ltv ana will so i a at tne lowest pneea fur an. 80 CaasMot start's ' ma . 0 Casern -of th relt-brated aMv C. Cn.f ldtsll' Vsvsmsi siM bfaSAaja Wet. 10 Caws of kmkm VkiteiUsl adsda. 19) Causes) aT Vasi. y Xadlat aUpsh, 100 Csvs ot Tin- ' " CauUU.n's Ft bat rstskt IJsrttaa. 80 Oot NImm' rhlliarwst'a Vv . SO DftSMMt IaXKa' Frowst Kid tn4 Bartsl MO Caasw ef TUswl 1 20 Oaana t-axluss' ITiwstak Kid Rs ti'S of mf own iatk ait ot aK lWv. ha. AO CsusfisrJi?att, WVJMlsvr S!n. 60 Vmmm of Hsar -vi VoauaW f OkAat ... - SBMMB. 9o CasMw f ttanU' Vroasaa CaUl aJal tp 0 CaM 'S Seats fiste Mia t Now-. Bao, als Ladies aad Fin-, o. ( a ad PARTICULAR ATTEWTI31 PAI3 TO COUNTRY,, 03DSKS. Pi ease sH and aawi thsve good aad rni before pure nasi ng alae where, aad I will goarautse thearticls will be as I rrpressnt to u-y enstomar and give them pood aatiataetiua said sneapar goods than any houe in tfcc istata, aa I an a tborooga judge myself and cannot hs dr esivsd in sho leather. 1 buy my goods at the lowe-t prise for oath, censequsmly I give my customers the U-iiefi d my knowledge iu taa baine?. Very Bssnectfully. ap98 M. GILLIGAN. SELLING OUT t AT- L. MORRIS & CO.'S their entire stock or nasT be sous w:thm the next sixty Bats. AVPartlM iBdebaep so 1 will please eall aad etU aa The premiaas now oaaapiad a the aiara are offered far saAo. E. IU. HU1VT, ff THE LA KB TAHOB I. HUMS TAU), , W Having pnrehaxad the mill recently opssased b tbe Carson Hill Company will combine the two, aad tJOt a will be managed bv aim, Irom this dais, as sols aronrietor . A complete stock of Common aad Clear t Mast iir wM b ; kept eonstantlv on Hand. Shlna-lc. MoDldiBsra, Piktn, inBctear Door, Blind, ereesi Boon, Wlav aa tew Sereeaa, Wlre-elotb, Lee ha. Butts. Href. Etc. COiriTTEKS, snow CASES, TGRHEI) WOIH, Rmou, work, BRAfHTS, RC. Ard emamoBtsfot every description foraiahadat short notice. Contract taken for Honae Balltfcaa; a at Repair-lna. NEW BLACKSMITH FIRM. McLaren, Ciebeau & Jefferson. Thw Anowi-wHBnpi!Tir9 HAVE opened a black smithine Es tablishment on Fall street, adjoimnir tbe V. 4T. K. R. Frei bt Depot, wnere tnev are prepaed to d all descriptions of work, light or has in tha wagon-aiakiag and blaokamitbing line. We claim to rbe able to fo the best shoeing in Carson. Prompt attoation riven ard era, aaa all wsrk gnaraattcd Sa aTlva aauslaetlaav McLaren. Clebaau A Co. NEW FRUIT STAND. w. ZELTT JLm IY kKAI.RR I! FRVIT. rotPBITION KRT and CIO A KM, in the Adams Block, two doors north hum Gibson a Dealy's saloon. The Best (Ijan Soldi la Carson, !J&a. the Freshest Fruit, THE BEST A8SORTED TIONERY, CONFEC- al MULLER'S TOW SO RIAL SALOON. jgHaVIlve. HAIR-CCTTlNe AN NHAnruuinu v AFTER THE MOST APPROVED STY ft. IN THE CITY AT- aUesa, Heat ta Caaiatjr BmOOtrntS apis.