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MORNING APPEAL
NATIBDAT 90TEKBEB 6. 19SO
I.. P. FISIIEK. Advertising Amnt. 21 Merchants
Kxchange, in sole agent for the Uouua Amu ia Ban
srancisoo.
STOCKS.
MOIUilNO BOAHD.
185 Ophir 7J Cj
479 Mexican 7
115 Gould and Curry 3 75
95 Best and Belcher
ICS California 2
1005 Savago 2 3'J
285 Con. Virginia 2 80
340 Chollar 2 15
55 Potosi 1 IK)
2'JO Halo and Norcross 3 65
515 Crown Point 1
170 Yellow Jacket 4 45
510 Imperial 20e
20 Confidence 3 C5
475 Belcher 1 90
210 Sierra Nevad t 7i 7$
toO Utah Q$ 7
140 Exchequer 1 05
15 Sog. Belcher 7
:!50 Bullion 2 20
100 Overman 1 05
430 Justice 1
230 Union Con. 10; 10
1655 Alta 385
330 Juli i- 50c
1550 Benn 1 35
(iOO N. V. Con. 15c
150 Occidental 1
300 Scorpion 1 20
240 Andes 80
300 hniy Washington 30c
100 Caledonia 40c
170 Silver Hill 50c
EVENING BOARD.
15 Northern Belle
150 Grand Prize 1 90
150 Manhattan 95
500 Independence 45:
1755 Navajo 1
300 Argenta 30c
CO Day 25c
275 Albion 40c
370 Mount Diablo 5
200 East Mount Diablo 10c
200 Wales 1
200 Belle Isle 90c
50 Noonday 1 40
50 North Noonday 13
90 Columbus 24
140 Bedie 4
20 Mammoth 20
10 Con. Pacific 1
400 Jupiter 40
100 Goodshaw 65c
350 Concordia 1
300 Champion 25c
70 Booker 15c
150 Bechtel 1 35
20 Mono 55
50 Black Hawk 5c
250 McClinton 10
75 Tioga 40c
120 Boston Con. 1 10
80 S. King 10
50 Addenda 30c
200 ParadisB 5c
RAILROAD AND STAGE TRAVEL.
Hjr Vlrflnln and Trneke" Bsllml
LUT BY SXEBTKB LAST UNSET.
Sinie Ogg J E Graham
S T Curtis
By CskMOSi and Bodle Htmf Use.
DEPARTED TESTERDAT HORKIXO.
D A Bender .Jas Bnohsaon
J P Ryan J F Gladding
Miss Lizzie Armstrong Miss F Frank
J 8 Ullrick Hoffman
ARRIVED TESTER DAT AJTHRJfOOS.
J Kimsev Mrs Mead
Mr Coin
B Sbaw
J as Campbell
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
OB.1ISBY HOUSE, SHARP BKOTHERS PROPS
J Uoey, Virginia
J Smith, do
WCCrosbie, de
Mrs Mahony, Sacrmto
O B Putney, Car Val
W F Bitter, Yankttn
IMPURE BREATH.
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 most inexcnsibleond offensive in society:
and yet the cause of it may easily be re
moyed by cleansing your teotn uany wua
that justly popular dentrifrice, Fragrant
SOZODONT. It purifies and sweetens the
breath, cools and refreshes the month, and
gives a pearl-lika 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 druggist for it.
Cibcv latino Library. The Rooms of the
Ta1i'p' Circulating Libra rv and Readins
Room, on Carson street, next door north of
I
Savings Bank, are open every day from 2
.i..ir a .mil fmm half na.t B
to 9 each evening. The payment of fifty
cents per month entitles each member to all
the privileges of the Library. The reading
public are invited to visit these rooms and
avail themselves of their advantages.
oclG lm
UU IIIEATEK SALOON. John gUBCJ AO-
ams Moore s uau is. now tne Headquarters oi
the ttepuwicans or urmsby county, and nu
saloon will continue to administer to the
wants of the thirsty on all occasions. Al-
though his liquors are unequalled in JNevada,
he still maintains tne old price, one bit a tj9
drink.
Electric Belts. Thaxter hss seme genu- j
iae electric belts for sale, which, in a few I
weeks transformed i a ooniuaptive into a I
prize Bgnter. "I
AFTER THE BATTLE.
BUNDLING THK DEAD INTO TRENCH WORK
FOR THE CORONER AND HISTORIAN.
Now that the smoke of battle has cleared
away the Republican voters of Nevada are en
giied lugging away their wounded aud bury
ing their dead while heaping maledictions upon
the head of the infamous traitor who, under
the guise of a Senatorial candidacy, led the
army into the ambush from whence Col. Fair
and his men were enabled to open an enfilad
ing tire of coin upon the ranks with a demor
alizing effect already recorded.
THE DEATH F BAGGKTT.
Rollin 31. Daggett wasjfaund lyin stiff and
stark near the Base Range, killed by Cassidy
and Jim Fair, who hacked him to pieces
early in the fight and left; the mutilated re
mains upon the field. Sharon and D. O.
Mills sent these men to their work and it was
the coin of the C. P. Railroad Company that
helped to boar the brave soldier to earth.
With him the people have lost another bul
work of defouco which they reared to stand
between them and the exorbitant freight tar
iff ef the Central Pacific monopoly. Looking
upon hi? remains we recall the observation
which the King made ever the body of Fal
si all; , "I might have better spared a better
man."
EE ATTT ASSACLTED FROM FRONT AND BEAR
No knight ever rode iuto battle with bet
ter armor, cleaner plume or more enviable
record than Judge Beatty. To find his bodv
under a heap of dead was the greatest sur
prise of all. Every henchman of Fair had
received orders to concentrate upon Beatty
The sack was mightier than the sword, but
we still believe had he not received a foul stab
in the back from one of his own associates he
would have brought his colors into camp.
Sharon is net the only traitor in the Republi
can party. W e can bury the dead with no
additional honors than to point to sixteen
years of an incorruptable course upon the
Bench, and we mistake the temper of the
troops whe marched under his banner if they
do not avenge his cowardly taking off.
THE ORM-SBY OBSEO.CIE3.
In Ormsby we are allowed to buckle to the
congenial task of putting deceased Democrats
under the political sod. There lies the heap
of slain headed by the gallant Kittrell, a hot
blooded fighter from the South; game clean
through, but a corpse all the same. A theo
logical thump on the head sent him to grass.
Plant him where he fell and never forget that
his fight was a fair one from the beginning.
We have seen worse soldiers die that old Kit.
Jacob Klein, Harry Day and Sam Longa-
baugh were all struek with the sane shot and
can be tumbled into the same trench. It ia
rumored that Fair left them with a slim sup
ply of ammunition and voters. Old Farmer
Treadway lias the most calamatous corpseef a!
and it will require a Coroner to find his re
mains. Bring out the Coffin and start up the
Dead March. Tread lightly everybody. Take
Cavanaugh's remains to his baker's even for
a scientific cremation. Put the epitaph over
Soderberg that he told the truth. Of all the
Democratic dead Judge was the hardest of
the enemy to kill, and for a while it was
grave question as to whether he were dead at
all. But he now lies defunct beyond redemp
tie; and no fresh count will ever be able to
galvanize the remains. The rest of the slain
material are hardly worthy of mention; they
graced the tail end of the ticket and went
down in the general rush for life. They can
be dumped into the same trench hole.
THE 8HAR0NIAN CORPSE.
Here lies a man wnose death ne one re
grets. It is a pity that he was allowed to fall
ia battle when he should have been shot as a
spy on the 1st. A more crushed and man
glod lot of political remains never strewed
a field. Let the carrion rot, and so say we
all
A Mi'RDerocb Rat. Messrs Cagwin and
Allen have quite stock of canary birds which
they suspend in cages hnng from a wire. One
sirs arrAlr-hoa mrau th atora from tha tons
f . . . . . . . . .. . .
, , . . . - , bv an-the.
Yesterday morning when the clerks came to
the store they found a mass of feathers on the
floor, the cages empty and traces of blood
upon the wire. A horrible tragedy had been
committed. They traced the track of the mur
derer until they found the half devoured
bodies of the four birds unen one of the
shelves. It was quite evident that a rat had
committed the deed. Me must have crawled
l0H th wire and the ,lid dowH the malIer
wfaiAM anil Jaa.tjwn1 fit A Vi mil m tlillnri 4 1 a
""OD - ---
There was blood and feathers sticking
birds
tad fea
to the sides of the cages where the birds had
been dragged through. The songsters were
worth $5 apiece. How a rat manages to walk
a wire like a tight rope performer is a mystery,
as the whisking ef his tail from side to side
would seem quite sufficient to throw him off
his balance. Those who claim to be familiar
Ub tke haDit. af tbe Pt ,ay tkafc he wakg
d r tae wire fiaH-in. with hi. ciaws uj
winiinK his tail about the wire. This is the
ihU Tolanation. The owners of the
bi d DUt -0j80B n the remains and to day
th murderous rodent may pay the penalty of
Mr. Allen, of the firm of Cagwin & Allen,
will go te San Francisco in a day or so to
order a stock of new goods for tha holidays.
Those wishing to order ef him can do so be-
tween now and the 11th instant.
Not a Nondescript. The Enterprise has
a description of a curious animal which is oc
easionally seen in Virginia City. "It ap
pears," says Ihe Enterprise, "to be some kind
of flying reptile. It has a body shaped like
that of a crab, some sixteen inches iu breadth.
From this strange body hang down four logs
about two feet in length and as thick as an
ordinary walking stick. Nothing in the shape
of wings is to be seen, nor is there any flap
ping as of wings. This creature sails through
the air, with its legs hanging down quite
motionless, and appears to move without th
slightest exertion of any of the the known
kinds of Hying apparatus. Since first observed
it has passed northward regularly every rnorn
ing aoout eight o ciocic ana southward every
evening shortly after sundown. It flies over
the town at about the hiht of the Interna
tional Hotel aad moves about as fast as adore
or pigeon. I t is of a dark color, but not black. ''
The above is not a nondescript at all but a
creature occasionally seen in the Sierras and
high latitudes and called an " air walker'' by
the wood choppers. When camping in the
mountains some months ago the writer saw
one flying over Falling Leaf Like, aud it had
the appearance described by the Enterprise,
that is in a modified form, and was hardly
what an unimaginative person would call a
crab. At first the writer waa considerably
astonished, but noticed that it came to earth
aud lit on a log. Ua killed the animal with
a shot gun and found that it had wings but of
so transparent a material that when they were
in motion it is not strange that they shoul
net be discernible, provided the creature was
sufficiently high above the spectator. The
wings, in fact, were almost like those of a fly
and about ten inches long. The body was re
markably light, almost like a cork. The
charge of shot so mangled the body that it
was not worth much as a specimen, but what
was left was placed in a jar of alcohol and can
be seen at Yank's station. The wood chop
pers about the lake to whom the specimen
was shown did not consider it much of a rar
ity and one took a contract to furnish an
"air walker" alive, but has failed so far to
do so.
Wakts a New Count. We hope that the
friends of Mr. Judge will not insist on
new count. There has been considerable
talk of one on the ground that several straight
Republican tickets with Judge's name on
were counted for Hatch, and that tickets with
Judge's name pasted on were counted for
Hatch. If Mr. Judge wants a fresh count
he is entitled to it ; the man beaten several
hundred majority by James Fraser can have
one if he wants it. The clerks were all com
petent men, and it is idle to think that any
ticket with Judge's name on could have been
counted for Hatch. As far as the pasters
were concerned we have heard of but three
pasters found in the box, and they were
counted out as the law directs. Only one
was pasted ever Hatch's name. The law
against pasters was passed six years ago, and
a man who is such an ass as to use one has
not enough sense to rote anyhow. We do
not believe a new count would change the
result.
The Returns. The Ormsby county papers
continue to publish the election returns, and
so far no two of tne three have agreed.
Neither eur two contemporaries nor ourselves
have yet succeeded in publishing a correct
list. In justice to our neighbors, who got
the last whack at it, we will say that theirs
were more correct than ours. These infernal
figures make us weary, and now the world
looks like a multiplication cable at a masquer
ade ball. We have made a clean sweep, ex
cept where a sorehead Independent may the
flames devour him was endorsed by the
Democrats. We like Mr. Turner from a per
sonal and social standpoint, and that ia why
we regret to lose him, but in future he will
lie we trust in the trundle-bed the Democrats
made for him.
Fair asd Festival. The ladies of tha
Episcopal Church, at a u.eeting held Friday,
October 4, determined to hold a fair and fes
tival at the Opera Home nn the 9th and 10th
of January next.
IIks. Hyde, Secretary.
Lectcre. Mrs. P. W. Stephens will lec
lure in a trance state at t!e Court House on
Sunday evening, beginning- at 7 o'clock. The
subject will be choaen by the fcudierice and all
persons desirous of testir.g the trur.h of spirit
ualism are invited to be present.
Kbrmy's Yotk. Kersey, running for As
sessor, got OUI votes, an omtnieua nuniaer,
wnica probably meatis tliat if be assesses
property holders too high ho will Ka mi out
of town by that fau.ous erganuau tR. His
majority was 132:
A New York paper Bays that Bernhardt left
her little son at Havre, but does not ly when
she proposes to Havro 'nother.
Timet please copy.
Got the Riward. Officers Powers and
Duncan got the reward yesterday for the cap
ture of Whitford. It was S125 for the two.
Taxis. County taxes will became delin
quent after the 15th.
If Garfield gets iu, George Hill will be col
lector of the Port of Empire, with Ham Long-
abaugh Deputy.
A nurse girl
wanted. Apply care of Ar-
peal office.
Shason r Pictures at a Discount. Yes
terday Mr. Gilhooley's attention was called
to the fact that a fine lithograph portrait
of Sharon, printed some years ago by
the Xems Letter for $250, was hanging behind
the bar. Gilhooley scratched his head a mo
ment and realizing that such a portrait might
as they say, "hoodoo" the business, ho took
down Ihe treasonable picture, demolished the
glass with a bung starter and cast it into the
stove. For several days past Sharon's picture
has been gradually disappearing from the
walls of saloons, aud even the few which have
hung in private dwellings have been removed
for common decencies sake, by good Republi
cans.
The Osly Job Office. The Appeal is the
only newspaper in Carson which has a job
office attached. Political job printing made a
specialty. This announcement is mado to let
the public know that any other newspaper
office ia Carson which takes orders for job
work is obliged to send it to Virginia City or
Peno to be filled, thereby causing a delay to
the patron of two days and the risk of typo
graphical inaocuraces which could he corrected
if printed at home.
To thb Ladies. Mrs. Temple, of R'jn o
Nevada, has received a fine assortment of the
famous Union suits of merino for iadies and
children, and is prepared to sell them at
prices to accommodate the times. Call at
her place, on Virginia street, and inspect the
geods, before sending 3-ur money oat of the
State. eplitn
To Let. A nice suit of rooms, furnished,
with a kitchen attached. Inquire at this
office.
ol.1tf
AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
-AXD DUUR
NEW
AND SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE.
I AM PRBPA RRO TO DO ALL KINDS Ot
cpholste;rlx6.
Just Reoeived an Immentie Consign
ment of Elegant Wall Paper.
House to Rent. House and Farm Help Supplied.
Good Sold oq Commission.
Carson City. Nevada, between th Gueea
havings Bank and ta roatofBoo
Novembers 1S79. a4
TO THE FRONT AGAIN !
IOBN 6. POX HAS SOW ON HMD A
FRESH assortment of
Books. Music and Jewelry,
guns AMMOHITION
And everything in the sporting tine.
All the leading Periodicals aad Hagnie of America.
Cuttlery, Fancy Articles
And a general assortment of almost everything fttttX oa
be bought for money ID8
CREAT EXCITEMENT!
Afm. V MP A 1 avOjns1XrrMI X9 DlADt.n stssTnlKU
X suuitiF nwbinjr to tin Ury Cioihinir Store of
KOPPEL it PLATT,
Corner of Carson and Third Streets, opposite the
St. Charles Hotel,
OARSON CITY SHVABA.
To view and purchase of their mafrniikettt stock o
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ooMeisTMa or
K tin's. Youths' and Boys Clothing,
Of all the latest styles, Bats, Caps, Trunks Valises, Starts
JoUars Ktc Ktc ocut
CEORCE PERA8ICH,
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET,
Wholesale and retail dealer ia
FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, COWFBOTIONB, KTC
T
HE
TJNDBRCJIGNBD HAS ON HAND
and it uaity receiving- the
Choicest FmJU, Kresh Vacetafclaa.
ol Confections, Choice Havana Clears,
Poultry, Ranch Vggu, Ktc
STONE MARKET.
CHABLK9 K. SCHVXZ AND BROTH BUS
have opened flrst-olass kiaai Market In the Stone
Building opposite the Arlington Hones, where sass te
at all times the
CHOICEST CUTSfiOF
Beef,
Pork,:
Mutton,
Veal,
Lamb.
Sausage, Etc.
The new: propictor will fill a I
orders with d?9patch and
aeks a fair share of
patronage.
CHAS. M. SCHDU & 08OTBCR.
Tears Before the PubiU
THE GENUINE
Dr. C. McLANE'S
LIVER PILLS
ire not recommended as a remedy "foraIltl;e
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Lrver. andm all Bilious ComplaiBts, 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.
Ai a simple purgative they are unequakd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-eoated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid wi'.b
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures cf
C McLane atd Fleming Bros.
J Insist upon having the genuine Da.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Plu,
the market being full f imitations of rbe
nr.me McLfliie, spelled diCvently bat
jime pronunciation.
fefffER
Tie accumulated evidence cf near!y thirty vests irw
that ihe Bitters is a certain remedy fr maiarud ulaetac
sa well as its surest prevent! re ; that it eradicates p
aa, constipation, liver otmipUtint and nervousness, sets
tenets a tendency to rout, rheumatism, arinarv r.DS"
uterine disorders, that it imports vigor to the feeble,
cheers the mind while it invigorates the body.
For sale by all drutfyuits and dealers generally.
UNLIKE PILLS
And the usual Purgatives,
Is Pleasant to Takc
Jbd will prove at once tue moat potent and harmless
yatnsi Reaofalerud Cleanser that has yet
BlUc
oeen oroagin lopaoiic nonce, r or Jwnsupniien
, MesMSaene.:sliea, anuau
i (jtMnsWis)
mrmna from an ctmirueted ttate of the yUm it is mCoa
par a r it in? oewt cutchm extant.
TfUtPIC-FRUIT I. AX ATI TE is scM r
drnggisis atMreals a bos, or mailed on recent cf
Mice (in currency or etamps) by toe prsprietcj.
IeriptiT Book free. Address
J. E. HETHERINGTON
HEW YORK or 8AW FRANCISCO. '
ELECTING BELTS
Bands aad Applianees (the only Pennine) can be rr
cored fremtue PULVBBMACBBR OALVAHIC CO-,
Cincinnati, O., New TorkJJ. v., or San Vraneisco, Cai.
Send to the office neareapyon for Free Pamphlet ulA
The Rieetric Review, containing full particulars.
MF Aootd bogus eoiu-rmr, mpraaUy tkox wAo
r to send to-cma Utctric BiiU, r'.c, n trial.
513 Hon f rom rrry HU, Man I'ranclneo, atad
ACGBis csTOVES.
GET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price..
Guaranteed TJneqtialea
FOB
OPERATION,
ECONOMY,
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
Improvements and CocTeaiescea food la
so otlwra.
Always Reliable,
POPULAR EVERYWHERE.
Tor Sale ia Every City and Tovs
In the United States.
f- A.Wasnor efts Go.
Agents for Carson City. ti'iirri
IR. H, . SHEETS,
Surgeon and nggi neebanleil
Bos paraaacatlr losatad In Carson City!
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