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CARSON CITY, NEVADA: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1883 NO. 292. VOL. 20. DOMING APPEAL 'a!-" ishod every morning (Mondays ex cepted) by S. P. DAVIS. A Pally Newspaper, devotetl to Politics, ieiicral Sew and Local Affairs. 'FFICE On Second street, opposite the southern rfont of the State Capitol. - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : r;;e ropy, one year, by mail $8 00 ue copy, six months, by mail 4 00 jne copy, three months, by mail.... 2 00 Payments on subscription, in advance The Appkai. will be delivered to the citizens of Carsou at 21 cents per week. HOTELS. 0RMSBY HOUSE CARSOX CITY, bH VitP BftOTHK nprielors. Ta'.s hotel is the most pleasantly and ecn-t.-iily located in the city, being near the prin-c:-! business houses and the Stale Capitol. The Culinary Department i tinder the nun aisioent of experienced head, and no expense vul he scared in supplying the table with the t.-;-st the market aSonia. J. W. SHARP (formerly of the Rev me. Xap, Caiifornis ), Mannager. :re I THE ORRflSBY HOUSE I ti.! Ucdrtus.rters Having Canton. Tnuwient Rates Kea'a for all the stage ncs fi, 12 50 and f i 5C cants ea:h THE ARLLflT0. The Leading Hotel of CarsDn X KtCUtXT BKICK MRU', tiirc, capable of accommodating j;net!. Two minnteV walk from t.:e depot. Provided with all the mod -e:a improvements. Tiie cuisine is un i -r the management of experience! r v!i and is not surnassed in tne state. CHARLES SHERMAN, I'voprieior. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, Corner Carson and Third Sts. I CARS OX, NEV rr?ltl FAR-FAMED HOTEL JL still lives and prospers under the i sc"l;ent m;m:tj;.-ini-it oi its proprietor. FORT ABLE ROOM & A GOOD TABLE J'rovlded for all the patrons. (rKIIRUK TI FI.V, Proprietor. & F. WA1.KF.R. Prop'r. rf'HK IIOl'HF. BF. MADE 1 pleasant for f-iinilii's and all who rur call. IJoard and Ijd!riii2, Flight Ti'iarH per week. Meals, Fifty Cents. Htls. Fifty Cents. Nearly Opposite Railroad lepot. THE STEAfilEH nmU I. A K E T A II O F. CAPT. TODMAX. rii.i. I- K V E ;i.KSB4OK every Tuesday t 7::ti a. lor mrol'tlic Lake, stojipin at the Mahae Ilnse. MrKinnfj's, Tallac House. RnnlniKN, i l.'ii-k to ;ionhrok, reaching the l-.rcr place at and connect ins wilii t.ie di-wn stnsc , T...iiid Trip 4 T.i an v Intermediate Point 3 t i 1 Itildren dee." Hall IVice. JACOB TOBfUNER, 1 :iol..-!A!.X AND Br.fAU. DrAI.EK IX imported & Domestic Cigars. PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, KTC, ETC ARLINGTON SLOCK, tlRKOY t'FTV XKT.ilM RAILROAD TRAVEL. V. & T. R. It. TIME TABLE FROM VIRGINIA TO CARSON' A.VD REXO sr 5 3 X. at i 9 i-"3 r? t l. St S c T as t -r- , : -a j t. a i i; h a FROM REXO TO CARSGN" AXD VIRfilXIA .-! IF -3 jtr-t,.;- a. j o 2,-t x 1 ?: - J . - 3 ! "3 H s II. M. YF.KI.VGTOX. Geneta! Superintendent, D. A. BENDER, b'enerni Freight and Pvsscn'er A 'cat C. & C. R. R. TIME TA3LE. Tai;;s FITert Saturday, January R.vjie and jCindelarii. Francisco, and J Virginia. Station. Muun,l iiotlse Dayton. Chf ton Fort Cnnrchill Washout Waubuska . Cleaver Mason Rio Vista. Reservation . . i H: t a. la. . . lO:(i0 a. in. . . ; 10; 45 a. m. . . H:20 a. m. . a. m. ( ! 12:00 m. I 1 12:15 p. m. . . i 12:30 p. m. e-X p. ni. ft:2. p. m. 4:15 p. m. i:U p. m. 4:05 p. m. p. in 3:10 p. m. 2:55 p. in. J:45 p m. p. m. 2:00 p. ni. 12:40 p. to. 1:06 p. m. 1 :20 p. m. .sciunz 1:40 p. in. 1:40 p. m. 12:50 p. ni. Oillis i 2: J p. m S:40 p. m. ! 11:40 p. m. 1:10 p. in. l:O0 ni. Hawthorne . . . . . Kinkeid Lulling New Boston.... Soda Springs. . . Rhodes Relleville Junclion Candelaria .. 4:53 p. ni. 10:20 a. in. :o5 a. m. 0:15 a. in. 8:55 a. in. S:;f5 a. m. 8:15 a. in. 7:45 a, m. 7;:t5 a. m. 7:'-0 a. in. . . ' b:xl p. m. . . 5:5d p. m. I I 8:15 p. ni. 6:30 p. m. 6:50 p. m. 7:20 p. m. 7:30 p. m. n. in. SEIX)M iirifiON. j Ilelleiiile . . ! .luuetion . . . i Basalt I Summit x'ueen I benton I i . A) p. in. I i :.. a. m 7:45 a. in. ":.!0 a. m. 1:00 a. ni: 5:05 n. in. 4:15 a: m: S::(0 a. ui. 7:10 p. m. I 7-30 i. u . 8:45 p. in: . ' 9:25 . in: . ' 10:25 p ni. . tll:15 p. in. Passenser trains make close connection at Mound House with express trains of Y. Si T. K., which connect at Reno with eat ami west bound trains of Central Pacific 'tailroad. STAGE CONNECTIONS: At HAWTHORNE with United States Sta-e Coniaiiy s coaches for Aurora (26 miles); Budie (o7 miles); I.undv and P.ridifeort. At IUNINS (125 miles from Mound Houc) with Ucluier, Salisbuiy & Co's tri-weekly stages (leavimr Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) for Downewibe. i;raittsviile and Delniont. At CADOElARiA with U. S. M;e Cos slaaes for Columbus ( miles). Silver Peak, Monte zuma. Alid-i Vallev. ltd Monntain. Ate. A' BENTON with dailv stages for Itishup Creek, Indeji.iideiice, Cerro (ionio, etc. J H..M YBRIXJTOX, Oen. Snpt. R. J. LtWS. Asi.itaitt Supeiintendeiit.' D. A BENDER General Freijb: ami Passe.ucr Aent DR. MAYO A. GREENLAW. SURGEON DENTIST. OlCice over .aviia:s; BhiiU.; CARSON CJTY.NtiVADA. OOire V'Z " : Hours -r"r.n a. m. ?to PUREMILK. Hvix; kkiki:i TIIK Putl'y iairy, I will continue to deliver , PURE, FRESH MILK, Momms anl evonins. fy increase in pal milage 'of over :si per cent within a year is a worthy feomnioml in those who have not yet given me a trial. I have twentv tons of A No. 1 seeoinl crop Alfalfa Hay, vhUi i will sell cheap for cash. ' MISCELLANEOUS. The Great English Remedy Is a never failing cure for Nervou lability, Exhaus ted Vitali'y. Sem i n a 1 Weakness, Lost Manhood, Jmpotency, Pros taiorrhea, Paraly sis and all the ter rible effects of Self Abuse, youth fid follies and ex cesses in maturer years, such as hos ot Jiemorj, Nocturnal Emissions, Aversions to Society, Dimness of Vision, Noises in the Head; the vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and many other diseases that lead to Insanity and Death. DR. MIXTI , who is a regular physician (graduate of the University "f Pennsylvania) will acree to forfeit FIVE HUNDRED DOL LARS for a case of this kind the YITALKl'.s T JRATIVE (under his special advice and treat ment) will not cure, or for anything impure or injurious found in it. DR. JUNTIii treats all private diseases successfully without mercury. Consultation free, Hioroiurh examination and advice, including ana'vsis of urine, .". Price of IfAL RESTORATIVE, a bottle) or fi.nr times the quautity. ?10; sent to any address upon receipt of price, or C. O. D., secure f rem observation and in private name if desired, by E. A. MIN'TIE, M.D., 11 Kearney St., San Irancisco, C:il. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE will be sent to any one applvine bv letter, s aliog symptoms, sex and asre. Strict secrecy in regard to all busi-nt-ss tntnsactifnis. hit. MINTIE'S KIDNEY REMKl'i HRETICUN-curPS all kinds of kidney ami bladder complaint'', gonorrhoea, jrleer, leueor rhoea. For sale bv ail drmr-ists; M a bottle; six bott'es for ' DR. y.l.NTIE S DANDELION PILLS are the best and cheaCTt Dvspcpsia and Billi'ms cure in the market. For sale by all dniist-i. jtiiilDt DIt. i I IV IV 15 Y, No. 1 I Kearny Street, Treats ill Cbnwie anJ Special Dieaes. "5To-u.x3.ar Men "iTf ho May be feuiiriii!(' from Uif effects of youthful folliea or indiscretion will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest bom ever laid on the altar of fuf f'triu; humanity. Dr. Spinney will guarantee to forfeit $.'09 for every cuse of heminal eak ness or private diae cf any ki;id or c.'iaraoter wi lcli he undertakes and tails to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at tlie a",'e of ti.it tv to sixty who are troubled' with t.xi rreiUtnt evacuations of the bkuliler, often accompanied iy a slight liiirtiiifr or b'.imintf seusatiou and a weakening of the s stem in a liuiuiir the jatieut cannot account for. On evaimni!:sr tiie urinary de posits a ropy sediment will lien be found, and sometimes small partie'e of albumen will ap pear, or the color will he of a thin milkish hue, again chanini to a dirk ami torpid apiear auee. There are main; men woo die of this dif ficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the sec ond stae of seminal weakness. Dr. will guarantee a p-.rfei.-t euro in all sueh cases, aud a heaithv restoration if tiie gvnito uiii.ary ortrans. Otiice Hours in tat and C to S Sundays, from 10 to 11 a. in. Consultation free Thorough examination and advice. $5. Call or addle Dll. M'lXXRV CO., p. 11 Kearny St. San Francisco. ji!l2l'tf Invalids, broken down in health and spirits by chronic dyspepsia, or surt'er iiis; from the terrible exhaustion that follows the attacks of acute disease, the testimony of thousands who have been raised as by a miracle from a similar state ot prostration hy Iiostetter's rtom aeh Hitters, is s sure Kiiaranlee tliat by the same means you, too. may 1h strengthened and restored. For sale by all drugsists and dealers generally. TO THE FaONT mH o. FOX HAN sow hand a fresh assortment of OX Books, Musir and Je.volry,. GUNS k AMI PISTOLS AMMUNiTIOK til. . And everything in the sporting line All the leading Periodicals i!tIMaazinrs Cutlery,' Fancy Articles, nd a ireneral awortment of almost thw c.nl lwius'ht for money. NOTICE JOTICF, IS IIEKE1IY (ilVEX that Shea, Rocfpieras 1- MeKee are the lessees and managers of th? Mt'Ll.KR HOUSE. Mr. I. X. Ilrule is aiitlioricd to act as agent for the linn, and all hills contraclad lor the carrying tin of the bii.sinoswiIl bo paitl on prosotitation to the agent. SHEA, nOCiH'ERASJt McKEE. ' llyT, B, Woods. Ajrent. iehi8-lii 0wm GROCERIES AXD HARDWARE, P. A. WAGNER & CO. DEALERS IN EL a i? cl w a r E -Axr- GROCERIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Stoves. i Glassware, Tinware, Crockery, r 1 , , rp. erra Lotta. ACRltTLTlRAL IMPLEMENTS Mowers. Plows. Reapers. Shovels, SrOilTIAG MATERIALS : Guns. Rifles. Pistols, Hunters' Outfits. Knives, Fisliinir Tackle. THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN CARSON. A Full Line of Family Grofcrii'S Always m Huitd. TIN" XI O JE : our facilities of all kinds of Tin Work, Plumbing;, tin Fitting and Water Pipe Work, arc not excelled in I lie State. Miners and Ranchers are especially invited to call and examine our co -plete' and earefullyseleeted stock. Mr. JACOB MUIXKR and Mr. JOHN SCIIMIDTT are now the nianagli'U partners of the llrm. 1 A. WAUXER V Opposite County Building, Carsoa, Xev oct 7 MARKETS. STONE F.1ARKET. Opposite Arlington House. XED COX meat market. X duets a first-class where can be had choicest cuts ot at all tinu'S the BEEF, PORK, MUTTON. VEAL, LAMB, SAUSAGE, Etc j&arAll orders filled with dispatch. OTTO T. SCIIULZ. JOHN ROSSER. VEhT FOR ALL MANKIND BEEF, MUTTON, SAUSAGE, FANCY CUTS, PHIME ROASTS, TENDER LOINS, ETC. (arson St. between :tl and 4th RESTAURANTS. FRENCH RESTAURANT. Ol'l'O.slTH THE OPKKA HMUSK. Open AM Hours Day and Might T7tVKItYTIII.; SERVED FP li in the best, of style. Fresh Fish Oysters, and all obtainable delicacies on hand. Private dining rooms for families and parties, strict attention to cleanliness in all departments. PASCAL. Proprietor. KAISER'S RESTAURANT, OY.STEU -A.VD- :cjiop HOISK. Meal at All Hoar el' and Xiiiht. the Ilay Experienced Cooks, Xeat Tables, ami Separate Apartments for Private 1'arties and Families. Ol li CL ISIAE IS JUT SimsSEB in the STATE WOOD! WG03! WOOD A voi: AFFlHAt; ; ! Red Fir Limb Wood Can be Hotel. de7-tf accommodated at the French I). CIKCK J M I 1 people are alwajs on 11 I Li the lookout for chances an I L I li to increase their earn T T JLN JLM iugs, and in time be come wealtiiy ; those who do not improve their opportunities remain in tovcrty. We offer a great cbaiiro to make money. We want many men, women, boys and girls to work for us riglit in their oWn localities. Anv one can do the work uroiierlv from the start. The busi ness will pay more Uian ten times rdinar- wastes. Kxpeniive outfit furnished free. No j one wlio einiagcn tails to make money ridly. You ean devote vour whole time to the work, j or only your spore moments. Full intomiation . ami all Uat i8 needed sent free. Address M inson A t.',i., I'ortl'inl. Hume. ! CLOTHING. WMTiS CfiAK T IIF. I'RF.HVEVT CHASEH Peculiar to thin season of Ik year !monih yua tw Hscr4 miL iijbt-weibt 4 lotlii ng fut adapt that decreed nl reOlreil rat Winter near. In onr ipncity Clothier t the male Hex. wo are tbewlif stock f new. riceble ui stylish Suits ajid Overcoat Wliirh are iulemlerf, anl cmn-nvi tail to meet every tate and ever? jmrs. To .V that our prie art rea'touable throasbout it a i t -nciit w hich can be verifieil by amittiiij; onr Oootln aud compar ing onr figures with those MkM by other house in oar line fr sarnieuts tif similitr quality. i Our 15 and Suits and Over coat for artalts, and our 9-5 an 0. 50 suits i'rboysaad childrva, rau'l be equalled auywhere far tbe Hioney, not alone Miirnafied. Our Aimtralinn All Wool. Old Hold and traj t'uderxannent are of theiusel ves north a visit, ai onr store. KOPPEL & PLAT? Cor. Carbon and Third Sts. (Successor to Frank Boskowitz.) CLOTHING Mens' and Roy's Suit? $8.00 to $10.00. r s iron Overcoats from $:)O.()0 $S.OO to Gents' Furnishing Goods SHIRTS, DRAWERS. COLLARS, CUFFS, NECXTiES GENTS' SHOES OF I. F.S C K I P T I O X . Hats. Caps, Trunks, Valises. No Ona Caa Undersell Us in Caraoi COUNTY "BUILDING, Corner Musser & Carson Sts Misci;i.LAXixrs. MUTUAL LIFE lAlYCE CO., or NEW VORK. Assets .?!)4,7(i,:).-7 :n 'I'lii corporation. orzanir.c4 ia H4.'l for the purpose of insiirin; lives, is conducted solely In the inter est of its policy holders, to whom i i t'ueir collective capacity belong Its en tire assets. All the profits aiv divide! among them, and there are no stock holders to control the Company, or t take any portion of Its surplus. Th C5mpany long since detained, ant now holds, the foremost place among Life Insurance Institutionsof the world The magnitude of its business proves that it enjoys the confidence of thx people. Beyond and above all the lia bilities, computed by the Xew Yor legal standard, it has asurphis fund ex ceeding Twelte Millions of 1iII;iii. The Company has paid to its policy holders : Since its organization .l75,:W.!.:x : And il'iringtheyear'SI Fi.ttlO.l Vt VJ PKIISOXS wishing to secure Ix-gitl- mate and Safe Life Insurance at IwksI C st will find it to theiralvant:ge toin sure in the MUTITL UFI-J IXsirp AXCE COMPANY OF XEW YOF.lv -B"For further particulars apply to J. Da Kersey, m'i! Aicent for ( arson 'ity. X TT "I HOril lifl" ' wpinif by, I v ll I ir",l,,'' ,,',r' hei -r v..ii I I I A 7 I ',B """thing tnii.tf AVAJV M and nlilin- irue i,. hind ti conquer time," mm a week in y.mr own town. ." ootlit true. .No ri-k. Kvrrtl,in; new. Capita not r futi-ed. W w'-ll fnro,4;i yon everything. Manv are iiiuklnsr torrur.. l.(J!es liHkraomtH'h men, m il hermit l ir make ureal pay. Ke;uU-r, if yu Mit hu-i-ienf atwbieli yon can m..ke t;r-at m .II tb tii, write for particulam toll. lUi.i.i.rT i Uo.. 1'ort !aai, -Maiue.