FRIDAY AIUIKT 6.
TIME-TABLE OF THE VIRGINIA AND
HI. Yrringtau, Nnperlntendfat.
Lexve Keno. Leave C inon. Arrive at Vi irinia
A:50 A. M. 8:30 a. m. 9:55 A. a.
7: A. m. 1i:00.m. 1:20 r. m.
12:30 P. u. 6:lo P. M. 6:45 P. u.
Leive Vir.riiiia. Leave C.irson. Arrive at Reno.
8:20 A. M. Il:i5 a. m. 3:4 P. u.
2:30 p. M. 5:00 r. it. 8:05 p. M.
5:35 P. M. 7:10 P. M. 8:30 P. M.
lip trains from Iteno arrive at Carson at 8:15 A. ., 10:30
A. M. mill 3:45 r. .
Down tram iVomH'irnia City arrive at Carson at 9:50
A. M., 4:15 r. u. and 6:55 P. M.
Reno to Virginia $3 00
Keno toCarsai 2 00
Oar m to UuM Hill and Virginia.
640 Oohir 7 7
104 'J Mexico. 8 8g
3 0 G .utii and Ourrv 3 40
L'Sa H.ist and B.-lcher t!g
75 California 1 90
2GD S ivas.'. 2 3J
20J dm. V.iviuu-2 75
2(H) ClioUiir 2
2JJ r.'osi 1 70
140 II i!e hi. I N .rcros. 3 05
70 Crown P..ii,r 1 31
120 Yellow Jacket 4 20
l70 Imperial 20 j
70 Ken tick 2
C5 Alpha 4 SO
30 Conil.li.i e 5
400 Belcher 2 25
630 Sierra Nv..Ua UJ llf
140 Utah P
375 Bullion 1 GO
1(50 Exchequer 1 55
20 Alta 155
10 Scs;. Belcher 6
325 Overman 1 15
335 J us' ice GOj
610 Union C n 24 24 J
185 Juli ibi
100 Dent-Hi 75c
100 ChaUm 1 10
30 8,1 ver Hill 30o
250 Andes 8fc
205 Scorpion 1 (50
100 M.ckay 10c
820 Quinu 3
100 N. JT. Con. 25o
80 Eureka Cm 15
100 Belmont 25c
10 Northern B.l!e 12
70 Metallic 25j
100 Grand P.-iz 1 35
160 Armenia 45o
1(500 Navajo tiOc
150 Belle 11- 65c
60 Dv 35c
20 Paradue 30c
150 Albion 25 J
30 Wales 3 15
100 Mount Diablo 11J
COO North Be'le I- e 40c
300 E.st Mount Diablo 35c
300 Belrlinn 5c
100 Hod ie 4 00
150 Bechtel 1 25
110 Tlojra 70c
150 Blvidere 210
250 Champion 40c
250 Black Hawk 25o
200 Booker 25c
190 Mono 2
SCO Con. Pacific 90c
350 Univeieity 20
435 Jupiter 1 75
2(.0 Quhii Bee JO
70 Noonday 3
10 North Noonday 2
670 Double Standard 45
120 Mammoth 210
50 B mtoti 90
300 Adden la105
85 Martin White 80c
235 Manhattan 1 40
60 M;Clint.m 33o
200 Holme 5
150 S. Kins' 6
140 Summit 1
60 Syndicate 75c
175 (lood.ihaw 90o
20 Tiptop 7A
RAILROAD AND STAGE TRAVEL
By Virginia anil Truckee Railroad.
ARRIVED YESTERDAY MORNI.NU.
Mr Gnnston Senator Sharon
John Skae Oov Blasdel
D Ferris Mr Simpson
J B Smith 2 Sisters of Mercy
LEFT BY SLEEPER LAST NIGHT.
J E Goodull Mrs D B Lyman
M L Yaer Miss Starling
E H Allen Mr Richards
11 0 Gillmore Miss McConnell
Bjr Canon anil B iliSta; Line.
DEPARTED YE8TERD Y MORNING.
B K Foss F B Vieres
A Y Rose P H Hickey
ARRIVED YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.
M Marks Jas McRea
A Oilmor Mis M Curry
B White J H Martin
By Benton" Ulcenbrook Saw.
BKPA1TUKK8 YESTERDAY MORNING.
JOrndoitf Mrs R . I.t Flanders
O Lciidry J R Garniss and wife
ARRIVED YE.STERDAY AFTERNOON.
Mrs Skugx Mr McFetiish
ORMSBY HOCSE, 8HABP BKOTHER8 PROPS
J E Ooudall, Boitie E H Alltu, Bridgeport
J B Smith, Sau Fran R J Laws, Md House
L A Lane, do A L Nichols, Sicramtu
II C Gtliiiore, do Mis A Irwin, Virginia
F J Fletter, Reno M Weriheinier, do
JUDO" KINO 8 ENDS HIM TO THB PENITENTIARY
Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock John T
Priicliard. who was convicted of iiinider in
i he sicond degree for shooting office
Syimuids iu Gold Hill a little over a year uo
as bronchi, into Gurt to receive his sen
teiice from Jude Kuitf. A large crowd whs
present to Wltues the appearance of the
prisoner when learning his fate, but tliey saw
little to reward ihein for their trouble.
THE PIUS "NEK
Was dressed as he had beeii during his trial
and after being brought in by the Sheriff took
his seat in front of the Judge's desk near his
counsel, Mr. Soilerheii;, who was uu baud to
make the usual t'uhi f r In c i. nt.
8 IDEKBF.RQS PKA.
When the Curt f.sked it i he prisoner or his
counsel had any tiling to s y as to why j 'td
houlil not be orouou ic -d .Vf . S lirb ;ti pre-
seuted a motion in arrest of judgment and
for a new tri il, on the ground of (he intfii
ciency of the evidence to support tha verdict.
.Mr. Soderberif also .-isked for a new trial of
defendant upon sp' C'.il plea of former jeop
ardy, on the uroiind that the jury were noi
swoi n t try tlie special plea. The Severa
motions were denied by the Court and de
fendant ordered to stand up.
The Court af'er the uud preliminary re
marks ordered Priteh u d to he confined in the
Suite Prison for the rest of his natural life.
Piitc'iard after receiving hs sentence sat
down and betrayed no emotion whatever, but
after bein t.tkeii back to his qtl triers ex
pressed surprise that it was so heavy and
seemed much deuressed. H.s counsel has
been allowed Until the 15 h tu tile additional
The killing of Symous took place In Gold
Hiil. Pritchard was in a lodging house mak
ing a disturbance with a drunken mistress
and the landlady Cilled upon officer Symous
so eo in and stop the trouble. He did so and
was shot by Pritch trd as soon as he entered
the door. A mob of iiituriateJ people col
lected about the house and the man still de
tied arrest. He ws finally shut in the arm
and taken. Symous soon died and
Pritchard had to be hurried off to
Carson to escape lynching. He was
tried here on a change of venue. He swore
on the stand that Symous tired three shots
first, but the officer's pistol was fouud to be
loaded when taken from his body. Pntch
ard's witness also testified against him. On
his first trial he was convicted of murder in
the first degaee and sentenced to be hui g.
Through some informality in selecting a jui
he was granted a new trial with the result,
More About Old Bris. The following
was received yesterday from a party who
seems disposed to discredit Mr. Heuiway'o
statement regarding Ol Biii:
Yank's Station, August 4.
Editor Appeal: I nonce a card in your
paper, from John Heiuway, regarding O.U
Brin. Mr. Hetnay is a Ixzv, loafing char
acter, who bums about the lake, and I dou'i
believe he ever shot a bear lu his life. He is
too iuferiiailv Ihzv to load a truii. He dated
his letter at Small's station as a blind, for he
hasn't been there for two years. He would
he fired out if he came there. I believe O.d
Brin is alive, but I don't go much on men
like Hem way, who simply write to get their
names in priut. If he ever saw a real bear
he would drop dead with the scare, and 1 11
bet on it. illiam Argley.
A Distinguished Visitor. Mr. WV.
Tusca, President of the Hancock Club of
Virginia" City, was in Carson yesterday.
Much curiosity was felt to see the head of
this celebrated fighting organization, and
much surprise was manifested that he was
so small. Instead ol a lerncious individual,
c irrying a couple of six-shooters and a
Washoe toothpick, he is a quiet, dapper, little
gentleman, who does not weigh over 130
pounds. He has firmly set jtws, however,
I a determined eye, and probably those who
elected him to so responsible a position knew
that his nerve and pluck could be depended
upon in a ward riot or a squabble at the pri
An Imprisoned Archer. Mr. William
Lynch the best shot of the Archery club is at
present confined on a jury in the Muldoon
I case. the Archers are in a ferment ot ex
citement over the matter and fear that he will
not be able to be on baud when the grand
contest takes place on Saturday next. In
case the Court will not excuse him, the club
are seriously considering the advisability of
tearing down theCourt house and setting their
main st iy at liberty. The Comstock archers
will bring down two teams, so hat iu case
one team falls by the wayside, the other can
be brought forward. Bjttiug here is about
10 to 7 ou Virginia City.
The Tribune has paid us the compliment
of attriouting some of the touching poetry of
Doc Benton's to our modest pen. Mr. Ben
ton's friends are very much excited about it,
and we have no mind to snatch from Mr.
Benton's brow the green laurels which his
verses have placed there.
There is considerable consternation among
the deputies in the several departments of
the State Government, fearing that Ihe sala
ries will be cut down daring the coming ses-
I sion of the Legislature.
A CARD FROAI JUDGE BEATTY.
Editor Appeal : The choice of a Justice
of the Supreme Court is a matter of public
interest respecting which it is not onlv the
right but the duty of the conductors
of the press to declare their con-
victious w hatever they may be. Acting upon
tins idea, 1 have not hitherto felt called upon
to take any public notice of what the news
pipersof the State have chosen to say regard
ing my candidacy. But since there seuis to
oe a belief pievailing in some quarters that I
h tve inspired the utterances of the Appeal,
or at least that I a in te be held responsible
for them, I wish to say, touching your edt
toiial in to-day's issue, that, in my opinion
you do Gen. Sabin a great injustice in sug
gesting a suspicion thai he is the Candidate of
any special interest. The reputation of Gen.
Oabiu as a man of integrity I nave never heard
questioned, and in the eastern part of the
CHute, where he resides and is best known, he
is highly and deseivedly esteemed. All ol
winch I am impel. ed tu say, more in justice
to myself than to him, being well aware that
any imputation on his honor proceeding from
a paper lli.it has strongly advocated my Horn
lo.tUou must redound much more to my dis
advantage ih. til to his. It is perhaps whuily
unnecessary to add but while 1 aill on the
Miojeci I cannot refrain iroin Sayiug that So
t u ,.s I know or have any reason to believe,
tiiil'e is nut the slightest gruuud tor suspicion
lli.il elilier t the gentlemen Competing Willi
me for the R'.-puuilCjii nomination is aciuaUd
iiy any other than the most legitimate aim
Uiiuoia,bie motives in seeking an ofiije wuridy
die ambition of any mciiiOer of our profes
sion. iU.ci is slruui'ly supported in the con
test and each has a tair piospect of success.
If either should receive the nomination in
preference to uie, I fur one, should C irdiull
desire his election, and for that reason 1
strongly deprecite any expression from a Re
publican source 'hat might lead to weaken
mm before the people of the State. As t
the main subject of your article I know
nothing more than the Common report. B
ore the matter was mentioned in the nes
apers I had heard from several independent
sources that my nouiiii.uio.i would be opposed
by the V. & T. R. R. Co., and I tully beiieveu
that such was their luteutiuii. It is only fair.
wever, to say that the principal officer ol
he company ill this State took the first op
poituuiiy after the publication alluded to to
deny the truth of the report, and so far as 1
am advised his conduct and that of the offi
cers of the Company has been entirely con
sisteiit with his d.Su-laisuer.
By inserting the above you will oblige.
Yours respectfully, W. II. BeaTTY.
Carson, August 5, 1830.
The Picnic To ui.-rro the Caledonians
will picnic tit Tread way's Park. It will be an
immense, pleasant affair, one that wiil nearly
depopulate Virginia and Gold Hill for the
It is the unshaken belief of many that the
youngsters who grow fat on green apph-
would sicken and die if they were compelled
to eat ripe ones at this season.
Mr. C H. Maish is now in charge of Mr.
George W. Knzineyer's store, and is author
izid to transact all business connected with
John Bradley, who was sentenced to a nine
months term in the State Prison for selling
whiskey to Indians, was released yesterday.
A gold ring was found at Tread way's Park
yesterday which can be had on paying for this
advertisement and proving property.
Mr. Broadhead desires us to contradict the
atement made in the Tribune to the effect
tliatihe was a candidate for Sheriff.
George Rogers, of Gold Hill, minute clerk
of the last Senate, was in towu yesterday, on
his way to Arizoua.
T. J. Ltmoureux has purchased the fruit
and c mfectioiiery store formerly owned by
W. M. Rule.
DAy before yesterday Dutch Frank, a Corn-
stock teamster, was thrown from his wagon
Gladstone was well enough yesterday
morning to sit up iu bed and read his Appeal.
Yesterday morning Senator Sharon and his
sack passed through Carson to Virginia City.
Mono stock has advanced over 100 per
cent, in value siuce Monday.
The infant daughter of Jacob Tobriner
died yesterday morning.
Governor Kiukead will arrive in Carson
Among all the disagreeable consequences
that follow the decay of the teeth, an im
pure breath must be the most mortifying
and unpleasant to its possessor, and it is
the mostiLCxcusibleand offensive in societ , ;
and yet the cause of it may easily be re
moved by cleansing your teeth daily with
that justly popular dentrifrice, Fragrant
SOZODONT. It purifies aud sweetens the
breath, cools and refreshes the month, aud
gives a pearl-like appearance to the teeth.
Gentlemen who indulge in smoking should
cleanse their teeth with SOZODONT, as
it removes all unpleasant odors of the weed.
Ask your di uj gist for it.
Wanted. A tmuisneU iiu
rooms. Apply at Appeil office.
SELECTING THE DELEGATES.
THE REPUBLICAN CLUB PASS RESOLUTIONS URG
ING THE NOMINATION OF DAGGETT
AND BKATTY. -
The Garfield and Arthur Club of Ormsby
county met at Moore and Parker's Ha 1
aud adopted the following resolutions :
Whereas, By resolutions adopted by this
Club at a previous meeting, its object alio
aims were certified IO be the support and elec
tion of the Republican nominees for Presi
dent aud Vice President of the United States;
Whereas, It is not only the privilege, bu1
the duty, of all Republicans to labor for ihe
welfateof their party in State as well as ui
tioual contests, tu select honest and capable
men for nomination to office, aud when nom
inated to use their utmost endeavors to secure
their election f and
Whereas, The time is close at hand when
the Republican pnv of this S'.te will selec
its nominees for President! il Electors, Justice
of the Supreme Court, and Member of Con
gi'ess ; and
Whereas, It is proper and highly importan
that thedelega'es from Ormsby county to tli
Republican State Convention be men of such
standing and character as will guarantee our
proper representation in faid Convention.
liesjhtd, That, this Club be and is hereby
consul uted a State as well as a National C on
paign Club, whose aim and purpose shall be
to support and fun her t he election not onli
of tiie Repunhcan P-esiueuti.il Electors, bu
the remainder ot t e ticket which shall be
nominated oy the Republican S:ate Cotiven
tion called to meet on the lltll install', iu
R.'ttuliieJ, That we, Ihe members of thi
club hereby pledge onis Ives to the tun
port of such ticket l o'h bv z-al..us m r
for its success, aud by our ballots in No-
Resolved, That this club now proceed to
select four of its members as candidates at
he Republican palm try ehciion to be heM
in this city on Saturday, the 11th inst. foi
the election of delegates to ihe Republican
St- tr! lO lVellMOH.
Whereas, It is proper that, the gentle
men selected by the Cub as candidates for
the position of delegates to the Srate Coitveii-
iou be apprised of t he choice of its members
as to the nominees for Supieme Judge and
Member of Congress: and
Whereas, We believe that by the present
incumbents of those high offices the people of
Nevada have been Worthily served and iitlj
represented, ami the Republican party ha
added to its honors by their election and se: -vice:
Resolved, That it is the sense of this Club,
that the gentlemen Selected as delegates to
i he Republican State Convention should, it
elected, use ali honor ihle mean to s. cure the
reiioiniuation of H m. Rolini M. Digsjetf for
Member of Congress, and of U-m. William
H. Beatt y for Justice of the Supreme Cjurt
of Nevada. m
The following gentlemen were hen chosen
s nominees for the State Convention to be
voted for as the primaries on S iturday : Gen.
T. D. Elwards, Geo. Thaxter, G. B. Hill,
S. T. Swifr.
Messrs. Hill, Lyon and Coffin were sp
pointed a committee to secure speakers.
The meeting then adjourned until Wed
nesday evening, the 11th of August ('he
light after the State Convention) at which
time it is proposed to have a rousing rati
Foe Sale. A vVilson sewing machine, in
No. 1 order. Silver plated. Price 23
inquire at the Appeal office.
MRS. M. A. FORSTER,
LEA m H 1 LLIVE K, HAS OS
Hand a lui jfe asso. tnicut ol the
Latest styles of
ffllMM-D BONNETS AND HATS
Constantly receiving latest novelties in
PARTICULR ATFEKTION GfYEK
ORDERS FHOtf 7H CD'JNThY.
(DAMS BLOCK, CARSON STREET, CtR 0.1
P. L. Vucisovicu, Vir'iuia.
I C. L. Vhcaxovicii, Carso
VUGANOVJCH B. OTHERS,
JTJormsniWTOJ. IVaKCJVlCH, DKAL-
ERS iu General
F B II I T C a'
saw r ' u
Receivin dailv by express, which will be 9o'd at rea
io table mirkeD rates Ail r 'ers will be p ouiptly atuml
ia to ana goous delivered tree f charg; o any a
his city. VUiAN'uV.iH eKoS.
Carson street opposite State Capitol.
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
'lIIE AIVASTA(il WIII4H THIS
I School : tTords are i.ot exct'ed by any west ol tin
Rocky Mountains, i nd the cbai e are as low as in anj
institution of the tame grade. tj-th ytar will be(!iu
Thursday, August 26th,
For admission, address
Viitr ni City, Nev.
KOT FAIT, to tend
for our Price List for
188a Fbkk to any
address upon ap
descriptions of every
tiiiinr reunlred for
personal or family use.
., Itmttriilona. W. aeli iH
foods at wholBaate prices In qnsntltles to suit
the purchaser The only Institution la America
"""iPJhnJMir'repertal hiisir.es. Address.
J(f7Q A WKKK.
iOI A Outfit free
f 12 a day at home asilv made. Cost')
Address True A Co., A u us to, Uaiue
Serve an 3iijm:rliuu on Cfscaae
By inviaoratitig- a fb'e constitution, rtnnvatlnjr a dtM!
tated jihy.'icine. and in eh nj: a thin and uiiiniriii" ua t ix
cu atimi wr.h Hrstetur's fct nioeh Pin. rs. tb. ft. tt
in -.it highly sanctioned, slid liit m st pnpul; r tonic a.
previ ntive ill exisuuce. l-'or f-.ale t) uu urLy..
dealer s geneoilly.
CHVNGE CF M NiGEiViiTaT
.sharp mtoi if i:r:i.
This hotel is ?he mo1 lile-aiitly and cntrally loenV-d
the city, he iilt near tL ii-inctpai business houses and tfc
ii'ate ijm ol.
The Julin.irv D-pirMnent is uniler the manaeromt
exiieric-nceti head-, and te Xfien e wid be fi:r d in up
piling the Utile H'i the best the market uffards.
SIliKI" (!c inner. y oi the Ittvore Mouse, Nuut.
THE ORMSBY HOUSE
la the hea lquarters for all the staje lines leaving Car c
Transient Rites $2, S2 50 and ft.
Meals 60 centa eac.
Carson City September 19. 1S79.
ORTH CARSOrti STREET, CARSOV
Having leased this well-known brick building, I na-
mv friends and the public in frenera! that it will be Vej
a first-class ho'el in every particular.
J lib AHLh will be second to nore in the Mate.
T i B R w ill be a implied with the beat brands rf
Wines, Liquors mid C'ijiars,
cTU xaj cooks and gentlemanly waiters bava hees se
As an old resident of Carson City, I ask and eipcrt a.
hare of public nairotukre. Mv intention is t atttud Ur
porson to the wants oi my patnaig. B. F. SMLL,
HIS FPTABLISHMENT HAS BEEN FHTED V
In tine style, with all modern conveniences. 1
patrons will be furnished with all
The DPlioaeiot of the Kranon,
Prepared in the highest style of the Art Cuitice Ij tits
BIAT FREXCII COOK J.
Selection being made from our regular bill of far.
Priraterooms frr the accommodation of ladies and fam I'fcs
entrance on Second street, opposite Ormsby House
t3T Balls and parties furnished with suppers at sbo
notice. Prices in accord with the times
MITCHELL CLESCOVICH, Proprietor.
Carson, November ft.
FISCHER & DECKER.
II It EE DIIOBS NORTH OF KIKG ST.
Cold Mountain Hccr,
From San Jose, always on lap.
The Choicest of Wf nn Mqnon A CI;; sort,
OM El.Vl SfHRKT,
yrit'TOR A, MILLER PROPRIETOR
The Best anrl Coolnt Brer on Esrtb bf (
iu the bent ofhtyle.
an Epicurean l ur.ch cf Tid Bits a Iwfys
n Mann jc4 tf
NARROW GAUGE SAL002T
thO B WUN9 ALIEYS,
QPPOSirE THE ARLIXGTOK IIOISE,
R. R. Brown, Prcp-ietor.
FreUriekwbnrs: Beer Always on Draught,
An excellent o Id lenrh for pntro. s of 'he h uf e. Iti
very bisi brando ol Wines, Liquors uvd Cigars ii-rrifl ti
tocustonvers j tf jj
s now pftv ytK Tint evAyrm. bat
ins; been leased by fewter.ey A Alien. Ihe
Will be open dai'y for tl:e acconiinodation of gutsta
FlfTe Shcotng. Archeiy,
And all the Athletic Sports.
Cosllncr Khad. treru Tef anil !) Bcs
of All Kint f Hrtf. thiut-nti
Tlio Study nt thct lllanienrnt will 1m tlM
oiafnrl o I heir uH.
T. O- jSLm
QLDE9T BESom' I 3rTHK.XT,X"
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