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FRIDAY, .HAY 14. 1SSO TIME-TAllLE OF THE VIRGINIA AND TrtUCKEE RAILROAD. H. If. Torlng-toii, HuperlntOBdeat. UP TRAINS. Lsave Reno. Leave Cirson. Arrive at Virginia. :M A. M. 8:30 A. H. 9:55 A. u. 7:0 A. m. 11:00 a.m. 1:20 r. m. 12:: r M. 5:10 r. M. n:t5 - M. DOWN TRAINS. Leave Virginia. Leave Canon. Arrive at Reno. 8:20aTiT fl7l5 aTm." S:4Tf7 . 2:30 P. M. 6:00 p. M. 8:05 P. M. 6:35 P. M. 7:10 r. M, 8:30 p. s. Op train from Reno arrive at Canon at 8:15 A, a., 10:30 A. M. ami 8:45 p. M. Down trains (roia V'irtrinia City arrive at Ouwo at 8:50 A. H., 4:15 P. M. aud 6:bb p. u. . . . . , FAKE FROM Reno to Virginia $3 00 HvnotaCar 2 00 lteru to OoM Hill and Virtrima 1 60 STOCKS. Yesterday the market waa quite strong with ft sharp demand from outside buyers. There had been a strike in the 1500 level of the Cal ifornia and four or five thousand tons of ore are supposed to be there which will average $25 per ton. There were rumors of fresh strikes in Sierra Nevada which were not con firmed. After the board the uurket was strong. MORNING BOARD. 606 Oohir, S'4 495 Mexican 7 7'i 60 Would A Curry, i 80 iWO Beet A Fielelier. t 6.g 100 California, 2 16 130 Savage. 3 40 176 Consolidated Virginia, S 2t Chollur, 3 55 100 fotosi, 2 00 610 Hale a Norcron.S 26 975 Crown Point, 1 05 640 Yellow Jacket, 6 16 800 Imperial, 30c 10 Kentuck, 1 80 Aloha, b'i 476 Belcher, 2 75 80 Confidence, 5 02 Sierra Nevada 1; 10" 910 Utah, S, 90 Bullion, 281 S35 Exchequer 190 900 Overman 135 100 Justice. 90 li Uuion Consolidated, 184 18-- 30 Lady Pyrin 15c 940 Alta, i 110 Julia, t5 460 Caledonia, 30 00 Silver Hill, 15e 19 Chal en .re, i 660 Xew York, 3i 60 Occidental. 1 135 Phil. Suuriilan, 6e Trojan, 10c tt0 bVuton Con., 1 40 100 Oolden Gate, 15c I860 Flowery, 6c I..0 On. lora!o. 00 100 Nor li iUmaiiza, 30c S66 Lady Wahingtou. 35c 000 Andes, 70 116 Ward. 1 35 105 Scorpion, 1 10 IvO Leviathan, Sue 480 Ifackar. 10c 60 Lmi, i San Francisco, May 13 3 p. M. Belcher, 3.10, 3; Yellow Jacket, 5g, 5 J, 5i b3; North ern Belle; Hi; Sierra Nevada, 10J, 10; Un ion, 18J.18&, 18g; New York, 60c; Occiden tal, 1.10, 1.20; Imperial, 35c; Porosi, 2J, 2.70; Mt. Diablo, 15; Mexican, 71, 7; Bos ton, U, 1.55, 1 60; California, 2.15; Bullion, 3, 2.95; Gould & Curry, 3.80; Hale Nor crium, 3 60, 3.55, 3$; Benton, 1.40; Ophir, &J, 8g; Chollar, 3 80; Best &, Belcher, 8f . 8$; Scorpion, 1.15a Utah, 7, 6J; Bullion, 2.90; Could and Curry, 3.85; Savage, 3 55; Mam moth, 3 10, 3J-; Con. Virginia, 2. 75, 3; Bodie, 6, C; Crown Point, lj. 1 80; Eicheqner, 2; Day, 50c; Alta, 2, 2.30; K. K. Con., 4; Alpha, 5J; Overman, 1.45; Mammoth, 3.20. EVBNINO B ARB. 100 Raymond ft Ely, 31c 40 Eureka Consolidated, lfl,' 19 SO Jackson, S 100 Belmont, lie 100 Roal Del Monte, 86 90 Leopard, 15c JO (ilia. 20 18) Northern Belle, U 100 Manhattan, 1 115 Grand Prize, 76 300 Metallle,43 I860 ARrunta, 26c c0 Endowment, 90 100 Helle Isle. i t 300 Independene, 26 1900 Siar, 25e 440 Day, 6j 100 Tuscarora, 25e 160 Hillside, 8i 160 Paradic,30e 1180 Albion, 85 160 W ales, 8j 190 Mount Diablo. IS 690 North Belle Isle, 26 50 Mt. Potosi 05 900 E Mt. Diablo, 40 105 BeMiug, 62 100 Holms. 95 375 Bodie,, 7 60 HechUl, 1 80 110 McClin'on, 40c 100 Tioga, 1 75 710 Summit, 1 26 100 Syndicate. 1 100 Bulwer, 8' 360 Goodshaw. 95e 310 Betvidere. i 800 Champion? 70 900 Black Hawk, 60 100 Booker, 35 30 Unno, 6 110 CrinHolidftted PadOe, B 860 University, 6 20 Dudley, 2 e 86 Jupiter. 100 too Addenda, 90 90 No4.nd .v 44 190 North Noonday 5U 200 Orient, i6c 16 Mammoth, 3 25 40 Boston Consolidated, 17) 6 Oro, 3 73 Martin White, 85c 960 Tiptop. f--i HOTEL ARRIVALS. Ormsbt Hoc8b, Sharp Brothers Props. II. Steen, East Oakland; P. Curtis, Mrs. Dwyer and child, H. C. Maraton, J. W. Jones, Bodie; W. J. Sutherland, Chi cago; Miss G. A. Traver, Columbus; F. Wright, J. Langer, W. B. Woods, A. J. McDonald, John McDonald. Wm. Hodge, John Grant, Virginia; D. W. Earle, J. Sie vere, E B. Rail, Max Oberfelder, , San Francitco; Miss A. L. Plummer, Silver City; L. K. Hymers, Reno; ' S. Ashim, Eureka; O. Henderson, Candelaria; J. J. Curry, W S. Mercer, Bodie; P. Later, Bell villa,- Cap Avery, Uleubrook; A. - B. Boles, Carson Valley.... . : THE APPEAL CARTOON. THE OBNCRAL EXCITKMRNT CADSBB BY ITS AP PKARANCB YKSTBhDAY COMMOTION AT DOLLY VAKDBN HEADQUARTERS COOLKKSS ? TUB D BACON. Our efforts to make the Appeal an ill us trated newspaper has met with a most en couragiug success Although our facilities for producing perfect engravings are somewhat limited the arlisticness of the style and th general boldness aud vigor in handling th subject treated, gives the most pronounced sat iafactiou to the patrons of the paper. As ex plained in yesterday's Appeal the supply was limited owing to the immense difficulty of ob taining duplicate prints, and only the leading advertisers of the paper and the business houses along Carson street were served. BEMAN'B FOR EXTRA C0PIE3. The copies of the cartoon distributed with the Morning Appeal created a most profound sensation all along th line, and by 10 o'clock there waa a rush to the Appeal office for extra numbers of the treat work of art. In rder to suudIv the almost crazv desire on the part of the public a fresh pUte was prepared and a hundred and fifty additional prints made. No further work was done after this, as the artist determined to follow the plan adopted by a celebrated English etcher, who destroyed the plates of his work after two hundred copies had been printed. After he was dead the rarity of the work caused it to command a fab ulous price in the art. market. EXCITEMENT OF TUB DOLLY VARDENS. At au early hour there was a uotieable ex citeoient at the Dolly Varden headquarters. A mass meeting of the rganizition was called at once, and notwithstanding the fact that the call was upon short notice aud there was no time to advertise in the Appeal, the club reom was packed with at least twelve people by noon. District Attorney Driesbach ad dressed the meeting and held up the cartoon for inspection. The result was that several parties who had not seen the picture- before, rushed off to the Appeal office to purchase copies.. There being but three persons left, a series of resolutions were immediately adopted, denouncing the artist of the cartoon as an enemy to the human race. Mr. Dries bach being called upon to deliver an opinion as to whether the cut was libelous or not, re ferred the matter to Gen. Edwards, who im mediately retired to consult the authorities. Mr. E. J. Parkinson, the rising young States man, who is now recognized as the political leader of the Dollies in Ormsby county, made a speech which abounded with dramatic elo quence and was rich in the delightful meta phor which has given him a reputation amoug the class of people who have never heard him talk. THE DEACON WIRKD It was then determined to send a dispatch to R. R. Parkinson, who was absent in Mono county, California, getting 200 subscribers a day for the Tribune. The following is a copy : Carson, May 13.-11:30 a. m. lo si. a. saiKuisoa, Juxiie, vol.: lour paper has been insulted. Wbat shall we do? 9 Paid. . Blaine Club. The following was received at 3 o'clock: Bodie, May 13. 12:15 p. M. To Blaine Club, Carson: Well, sposen it has. 4 Collect. li. K. P. The meeting adjourned. AT THE RAILROAD OFFICE. When Mr. Yerington saw the picture he issued orders to secure the artist at once to draw the plans and specifications for the new Bodie road, and sent up for the artist's proof of the cartoon. He was so pleased with the work that he for a moment forgot that he would shortly be ca'led upon to pungle up fur the Ttibune on a decision rendered by Judge Sawyer. lie next went up to Cagwin & Allen's to order a gilt : frame for the picture with extra double mouldings that he might give it an appropriate place in his art collec tion. THE PUBLIC PULSE. Governor Kmkead being interviewed re marked that the thing had a decidedly "blue" look, and waa an unwarrantable attack upon one of the solid pillars of the commonwealth, but still saw no necessity for calling out the troops. 8am Wright thought the cut had ne special political significance and he waa still in favor of the test. Superintendent Crawford, of the Mint, had justaent a copy to Senator Jones at Washing ton. . E. B. Rail, who had just returned from, San Francisco, thought if the tight rope bad been one of his steel wire cable affairs the Deacon would have maintained his balance. A man residing at the north end of town said he would give 950 to see the picture. This caused a rush to the house on the part of the fortunate possessors of the superb il lustration. On arriving they discovered that the man was blind. SPORTTNS lKTBLUGENCR.-"Soap" McAlpin, tha Nevada, county prize fighter, who an nounced that he would fight Rodda in Vir ginia City on or abont the first Monday iu May has not as yet made liis appearance on the Comstock. Considering, however, that his opponent is also non est honors are easy, and the absence of bruised faces is by no means an tnpleasing feature of the affair which didn't oome off. It ia aaid that the reason of the meeting being delayed ia the failure of either party to product backers who have the requi-Mtoevia.-' ' v, ,,,: - BRIEF MENTION. Stocks ate bracing up. There was another flurry of snow yesterday. Have you seen Buck Zabriakie's new clothes ? The little son of P. A. Wagner was buried yesterday. ' The wife of Forest L. Flynn presented him with a son on Tuesday last. Mr. D. W. E irl, who has beeu in the city for several days, went East last night. E ldie doesn't sing "Riding on a Ril," any mure, owing to his growing dislike to car-tunes Mr. Charles Sessions of Virginia, brother of Hon. D. R. Sessions, was in the city las evening. Mrs. Garrison has brought a number of elegant costumes from Virginia City for the masked ball to night. John J. Currie passed through Carson yes terday with the material with which to start a paper at Mill Creek, Homer District. As the Mint is in full operation, visitors will again be admitted, as heretofore. Visiting hours from 10 o'clock a. M. to 2 o'clock p. u The proprietor of the Tribune takes advan (age of the old Deacon's absence to call him a "hoss." Filial disrespect is one of the worst of crimes. It is rumored that a commission will be sent out from Washington to inquire into the rea sons which caused a number of the Mint em ployes to demand back pay. Michael Ivancovich, the man who waa so severely hurt in the Perasich-Ivancovivh fight last Sunday, is lying at the St. Charles hotel with a fair prospect of recovery. Last evening a horse was dying in the pound either from disease or want of food. At last accounts people were looking for the City Marshal to have the poor beast liberated, fed or shot. .Hiss Ala t tie Kicord is now at work: on a nfamunoth marine view which will be used as n advertisement for the fish pond at the Episcopal festival, Mr. Hub Parker suggest ug the design. Yesterday a hen's egg waa sent to this office from Swift's Springs hich measurt d 7 J inches around the long way aud 6 around the bulge It is by all odds the biggest egg ever sent to us. ne cnallenge lurther contributions. The amateur theatrical society organized to play A Scrap of Paper, for the benefit of the Episcopal Church, has been dissolved, aud the play will not be produced on account of their being a scarcity of talent to play the male roles. R. R. Brown's old dog "Tiger," has be come a regular old lunch bummer. He hangs bout the Ormsby House, and all one has to ty to him is "crackers," to meet with a most cordial recognition. Tiger is supposed to be the most aged dog in Carson. Capitol Square is said to be haunted and last night ghostly hands were pushing a lawn mower over the grass. The noise of the ma chine could be distinctly heird but nothing could be seen of the power that propelled it. Jim Chesley thinks it is a ghost. Mr. Henderson, Assayer at the Mount Di ablo mine, came in from Candelaria yesterday and says that that mine will turn out about $100,000 worth of bullion per mouth, after the beginning of July. As there is consider- j able Mount Diablo stock held in Carson, this bit of news .will prove somewhat interesting. Saw Db Young Shot. Yesterday morning E. B. Rail returned from San Francisco after an absence of several weeks. As soon as h showed himself in the sun be was the center of a group of frienda anxious to congratulate mm on nis return. "Were you in 'Frisco when De Young was shot?" asked one. "Oh yes, I waa just passing the office when I saw young Kalloch look in. Theu I rushed "There, Rail, that'll do," aaid a the listen ers, "We had thousands of people along this way who were there just at the same time. We know the rest of yonr story." Rail looked a trifle embarrassed, and then ordered up refreshments. Liter in the day, however, he assured the reporter that he saw he whole thing, but said that so manv bogus pectators had been traveling about that a genuine eye witness had no chance. Mr. Cohn. Few people know exactly how to select dry goods, aud few are ao fortunate as to have a dealer who will do the square thing by them iu the choice of auitable fab rics. Mr. Cohn has earned an enviable repu tation as a man who knows exactly what his numerous customers want. He haa just re ceived a fresh lot of ladies' goods of all de scriptions, and some of the most tastefully made up dolmans that were ever brought to this city. He haa also on hand a fresh stock of everything that the gentler sex need in the way of hosiery, dress goods or underwear. Departures. The following passengers de. parted per southern stage yesterday morning: Mrs. Hanak and boy, J.; Gay wood, A. Y. Ross, Tim Shae, Chaa... Harrington, Alex Palm, D. B. Curtis, G.. J. Roper, E. F. Gib son, J. Kirmey, W. S. Cass, Henry Steen, Chas. B. Ssaith, R. F. Ault, H. K. Kiusey, T. J. McClellaa, J. W. Jones, two Chinamen. Wants to Join Us. The people of Mon and Inyo, counties, California, desire to be an nexed to Nevada as they believo thd mining interest of the district in which they live should nronerlv belong to Nevada. Nature seems to have intended these districts to be long to Nevada, yet the Legislature of Cali fornia refuse to let them go. The easiest way will be to move the mines over the line. Probably the scheme to sever their allegiance from the Goldeu State may be best accounted for by the fact that some of the office seekers are anxious to belong to Nevada in time to get elected to the Nevada Legislature and take a hand in the scramble for Sharon's sack. In the early times there was a county which lay next the State line and the inhab itants of the town which was located directly on the line found their situation a very con venient one. They voted in two States and paid taxes in neither. This waa enjoyed for soma years until the lines were moved so tLat there was no chance for dodging the issue, and and the town being unable to survive the change dissolved accordingly. Bal Masque. To-night the masquerade , ball given by the Davis' family, will come off' at the Opera House. We have not in dulged in a masquerade in Carson for along time, and there is no reason why a little of the harmless fun which is a feature of such occa sions may not be indulged in. Already enough tickets hare been sold to make the affair a tow ering success. Uue ot tne main arawuacks to a masked ball is the invariable delay in start ing the Grand March , and numbers of peop'e stay away from such affairs simply because the Grand March never comes off as advertised. Mr. Davis assures ns that the March will come otf at 9 o'clock precisely, and the cavaliers, monks, ballet dancers, Scottish Queens and iopsey's must be in line on time or get left. Costumes can be engaged at No. 12 Arling ton House. Arrivals. The following passengers ar rived per southern stage yesterday afternoon: Geo. Henderson, T. M. Laughlin, C. Dake, VV. If. VVasson, t,. r. foster, Miss rl. Uoopet. ALWAYS AHEAD! The Olcovicli Brothers are new catering their stock at auch ratea that it will pay all thrifty persons to bay good at their store. Just opening: Two hundred piece new choice prints. An invoice of E. C. Burt's celebrated kid boots. Novelties in battels, hairpins, fanay goods, ruchings, etc., etc. Irish poplins worth $2.50 at 75 een.ta per j yard. Irish poplins worth $1 at 50 eents per yard. ulcovich LsroYHnsa. FINE THING FOR THE TEETH. Fragrant SOZODONT is a composition of the purest aod choicest ingredients of th.- Oriental vegetable kingdom. Every in gredient is well Known to have a beneficial effect on the teeth and gums. Its embalm ing or antiseptio 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 and powders which destroy the enamel. One bottle will last six months; M. Cohn to thb Front. The popularity of the dry goods store of M. Colin is not only a household word in Carson, but it ex tends all over Ormsby and the adjoining counties. His Spring stock, purchased in the East, is the best 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 appreciated." Mr.Cohn is a judicious buyer, and such men are always prepared to under sell their neighbors. Give him a call and be convinced that we are stating facts. Attention 1 The greatest wonderyet dis covered in medicine is Mrs. Dr. Howe's celebrated rheumatism.neuralgia and tooth ache cures. Would you rather suffer the pain of having a tooth drawn than buy a bottle of Mrs. Dr. Howe's toothach medi cine ? Mothers should not be without it for their infants. A few drops in a little sweet ened water to swab a teething baby's month will instantly relieve the little sufferer. The medicine does not canterize.and ia very pleasant. Bold by all druggists. mh7 DUCKS AND GEESE. A BOUT TWO HI'NI.Krr - FSftv counda of Ducks and Oeeae Fettth en for ak cheap, in quantities to snit tne purchasers, if applied for aoon. Address, D. BEKSARDI Jt CO..1 t&craint-nto City, California. mv9 tf DR. F. J. WHITE, ; OtBeot Oa Kin ilrMt, at roar ot Will Drutfwtoi o..'. .-a KT Residence at toe Arlington Hows, Boom Ko. 10. Calls promptly attended, aifc-Bt of aw.. . Carton, ftopteuber 10. 187. , dS Yearn Before the jsutttie. THE GENUENE- TTn '" nil "! 'Mnnrf""FJ,"r Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVEll PILLS re not recommended as a remedy ' for all th ills that flesh is heir to," but in afTeetiorrsof the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dj pepsia, and Sick Headache, or disease if that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used pverara torv to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are nnequaledL - BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid witlk the impression, McLANF'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the signatures of ; C McLake aid Fi.kming Bros. US?" Insist tinon Having the genuine DlU C McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING BE0$., Pittsburgh, Ptu, the market beiig full of imitations of thu name McLutte, spelled differently bet same pronunciation. SELLING GUT! SELLING OUT! SAILING FOB A KE'Y CLtTATE IS OTHER L. MORRIS & CO. ARE SELLING OFF REGARDLESS OF PRICE! iGSGDS.'Sm D I ESS THASI ANY 0THE9 H USE IN THE STATE! !cLL, SOON AND SK( TJRK BAR6UX9. I HARRIS Jk Cm. Carson, City, Rev., May 7. CLOSiNS OUT B J MESS. (V iwixe to poor iiEAirri i an cox- pelled to seek other nans for a cfaanee of climate and have fwund it necona'-y to dis(oe of inj Furuicora Business entirely, i iticrelore now ofltr my stock of FINS WALNUT FURNITURE AND BEDDING at cost, at my store. Spr!ng-3eds, Mattresses and Lounge Will be sold so low that it wlil be cheaper to buy dw -- to nave me old repaired. : i Bout Fail to Avail Toarself of Opportunity. th Cnas. Kitnneyer and C. II Maifh are authorised to e-illectall accounts and transact all business during my absence - Very tiespectfuH UKO. W. KJTZMETER. Carson, My 1, 1880. Miss M. Bbothbrs. Miss 0. R, Brotksu MISSES BROTHERS, LEADING HILLIEK,n4TE OX Hand a large astoitmeut of the - LrtTEST STYLES OF 7 TRIMMED BONHETii AN0DAT3 Constantly receiving latest noTeltlee in FftESCH M!LIiISIllf PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVER TO . QROERS. 611 J Street Sacramento. B.UKC STORE, ADAM.' filOM. CaRtON CJTT. .-.. - myfltf KEtY BLACKS tllTH FIRU. Ml o M renf Qteb ea u fc Jefferson. TB AOV-Vff: PKTIW , I HAVE opened a bJacksmithing Ea. : tablishment on Fall fetreet, aijormnir the , V. A T. K. R. Frei ht Deo t, where the ' are prepaed to do all deseriptiofw of work, fg ht or bea iu the wagon-making and1 hfau-ksmitbing- line. We claim to Ibe able to o the best shoeing; in Carson. Prompt attention a; I von to artlera. av4 all work guaranteed to vivo aatlafeiMa. NIC La ren. Clebau AV Oo. MULLEfi'S TONSORIAI .SAIOOM. . QHVIAO,'H AIH.CTJTTlNe , k 8HAMPOOINO . . - - - AFTER THE MOST APPROVE!? 8 7J Tlio 33ct X3itl3J9 IS THE CITY AT Mailer's, Next Door to County RaiMla aplo. IOFFlt FOR MLK THREE RDHDBfJI acres of and, with dwelling house, barn and sheds, a good ice house h ds at least three tons) well adapted, (or a milk ranch tv aides and sbrds enough to aeoomnn date one hundred ewwa can eat from seventy-five to oso hundred tons of nay; awn veoetaoie grounds, li sals from 800 to 600 heed of trraicd Aurora ewes, gr6 ram S-A to 16-10. toswther with three fall blooded j nam iasDorUd stock. Mot nriee atd panieulars i no sire at ..iA.tr . . h awirTWarnfssrlasa.