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THE MORNING APPEAL.
FRIDAY MAY 24 m FINANCIAL LANDMARK At th end of the present month the Virginia agency of the Bunk of Ne vada door? its doors. The history of this hip financial landmark Is one of the romances of modern money mak ing. The hip Bonanza firm sprang into life from a secret drift that Jim Fair ran under TWt ft Belc her from Gould & Curry. Tt tapped the hip treasure vault of the Com stock and poured throe hundred millions into the laps of four men. Fred Smith wa the only man be side F;.ir who knew of the find, and Fair feared that Smith would sprinp the Sensation before the control of the mine could be seemed Fair paid Kosser a liberal sum to make way with Smith, and the poor fellow was beaten so that he died of his injuries Kos?er kept up his demands on Pair until he wt sent away to Ifaxaltan, and one dark night ha ireat overboard and that was the iat of him Fred Smith's phot haunted Fair to his fly in p day and the memory of the pnsf mada the man ( f many millions miserabe to the end Whoever dreamed fifteen years apo that the agency of the Nevada Bank in Vir ginia Ci'y would ever close it? doors? At one time the capft tl of the Bank of Nevada was rated by the hand red millions. There was a titanic struggle between the Sharon force? and the Bonanza firm years aw. Sharon said he would make "OBrien the bit whiskey seller pack his blank ets off the Comstoek." O'Brien said he won d sell bit whiskey over the counter of the Bank of California. He broke the Bank, and started to open a bar on the counter, but Mr. Mackay s cool head prevailed and it was not done. Now the principles of the financial drama are in their graves and the agency of the Nevada Bunk closes it" door-. In the bip panic when Kal-tnn went tinder, the apeney of the California Bank in Virpinia City closed, and the Nevada Bank people had their quiet laugh. Now the concern across the street suc cumbs and on the first of the month the people jr. -t across the way will have their little smi:-". THE PRESS AND THE STAGE The theatre? are ri:nni:ifr thin?? with a high hand in San Francisco. When a theatrical critic does not slobber all over a poor company, they notify the proprietor of the psper that the offending critic must be discharg ed, and at once the proprietor of a bis daily worth millions of dollars allows the theatrical Manager to dictate the policy of bis paper, and the critic steps down and out. This is indeed a sad Btate of affairs, and reflects b it little credit on the bacKbotje sad good sense of n news paper that will allow the box office of a theatre to dictate its policy Of late years the theatrical managers of San Francisco have palmed off some very Indifferent taleetoa the public, and it Is the duty of the newspapers to let the public know when it is being im posed upon. But the theatrical man ager is looming up more and more as a dictator, and everybody is bowing to his haughty mandates. When tier BMTSpaiiera in a large city begin to get on their knees to him. it is time to look ar und. and wonder what we are coming to. A Sf.RAP OF HISTORY .TiTstie- FK1 !. h-is clebratpd the thirty sscond anniversary of his on tering noon hi duties as a member of the United States Supreme Conrt. We have yel to hear of any rejoicings on the part of the people, or any con gratulations from them. Bee." Did the Bes Over investigate how Field got his appointment. Abo Lin coln wrote a letter at 'he time to a Judge in San Francisco. We believe his name wa Ra. offering him tio appointment Ho concluded that he would not show undue hns c and so consul:'. d bia friends and showed them Linc'ln's leer. Just as he de cided to accept, "Field was appointed. It dazed Eos-, and abottt a year after wards he fosnd out why he was turned down. It was because a letter had Ivcu received from him declining the honor. He found the letter on tile and i r nr ur a forgerv. A R!CH MAN'S COURT. The Supietne Cotirt of th? United Stab's is a rich man's Court by a email maj irity. The majority may be bona fida or It may not be. Men are generally placed there as a reward for their fidelity for rich corporation". It is a court of the plutocracy. A multi million man can always depend on its decisions Tlio death blow to the iucoai" tax bill shows how the wind blows. The wealthy men of the United States, by the most flat-footed perjury escaped paying their just pro portions of taxes. The income tax bill was passed to compel these wealthy rascals to bear their .just proportions of the expenses of running the Government. They appealed at once to the Supreme Court of the United States, always a sure harbor for the rich in a storm, and tite Court promptly declared the law unconstitutional. The men who so decided are the lackeys of the rich. The next. Presi dential election is in ItOG and it is not lonp to wait. For Over Fifty Years Mrs Winslow s Soothinp Syrup, has been used for children teethtne;. It ooths the child, softens the gums, alavs ail pain, cure wind folic, and Diarehia Twenty trie best remedy '.or five cents a bottle. The Weiland Saloon. Whitney has assumed control of the Weiland saloon, whicn he proposes to run strictly up to the times. He will dispense the best liquors and cigars and tine old Gjwinni -at whiskey which slides down jour throat like oil, tickling your palate meanwhile. Call and see "Handsome Whit." fll Pure Ice Dr. Bentoo iias cm and stored a large supply of Pure Crystal Ice. Re will deliver it to any part of the city at the usual rates. f aiturasa. John Sweeney is now prepared to : take a Dumber of horses and dry j cows to pasture at $1 per month. An Offer A reduction in charges will lie made for one year, to beginners, not older than eleven years- This offer is void af'er next September. For further in formation see Phillip Krall. teacher of piano. IfaylO DELINQUENT NOTICE RC'j ok Mittins fornpan- . location of (irin- 1 ctptl pliceof tu-ines CBH80B City. Neadfl. Lo cation ot wrk Sfcm Con'it California. Not Wc There at - Utl qoaaA mpoa the fa low- . In.' 1- e rib d it 10k on aeconii: of aee.--nji i t No. 42, levicl on lie Sth Ju of April, ;!:., tlie j fcv?-rai aincin .I'lvolie te nuima v the ce kj'ec ive rttWlillMwl U fo'lows: No. Ce . A;m GeoT Mil" 1000 390 fen.lO C E BMdt'M 10O Ul 0.0.1 0. E. Hasilton 5V1 1M 10.00 C. E. Ha- liiie MM COO C. E. Iluse tiue 103 ltl 2.00 C. E. IK'etmo 101 102 2.00 f. K. nise!tine !1 4.00 . Choo b ouL-.i MS) U3 VM A. Chi :e broogb 230 its s.oo A. Che eibroa b !;0 :'0 i00 Iwi'-ffT 2Sa -fii ooo aadora Hnru Wl 253 10.(0 J A. II r.U 2M 872 5.00 S. LoacOxmfb 11,000 170 MSt M. Cohn ,70O 131 134.00 M. Cohn 6iX i23 lO.Ot M Cotui cro 29 l".ro M. Cv.hu eoo 231 lO.fO M. Cotia too 298 10.00 51. cohn t0 227 M.00 M. Cot) a MM W H.0 M. Coha Xta :61 40,00 v.Cohn 1008 202 ?00 T.C Hvkun I ix' l 232 VM L W. WU'iam 100' OT. 20.03 AuJ in C'ordanfe w :h law an.l oidr o t)i B arj of Tru.trs, ma'e rn the Oth Oiy cf Mav, IS'."', so riiat'v p'lttrt s of e icb pi c'o of mi Ii Stock a mmy fee aeetsak:y, wil b u-r public mt- tk n at t'ac ore of t - moar,y in the Arlinj ton UM Ploc't, .aion Ct'f, Neva la, on Voi1 lics lay. June Jtb, UOS, .. i y. tu. of th fa:a d-.y, to pay alil deUoqtl t : itKHUeM t!iere -n. Iw aether with Ib8 i'. - "I MlvetUstnc sr. J expcus- of the tale. .1. R. JUIGH, Secretary. FROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES f EALF.n FKoro-Al K FOB FIT.N RHINO j C fi .pp iCj d.-hv-.rii at ti e Nevada 11 pital for j M il nl Ui?e.ie.' at !;. o. ev. , ior o:.c jar tr.ni J i'y 1st, 1S5, tr.ll he rce ocJ up to June j Mb, 1S05. All a tie'ec t-i hp fir,t-c' is .f nir hi;a! rd to j he delivered in sne'i qMafitiM tod nt iOcb times M may be rccj'riil hy t lie Sujierine: dent, quau'itl svat;,iue each month us dtoaUti hy lnra. ail Mtle e rot HttilCtOtOtjr t i In retumed at eaatnetora expat at. Bins to be eiretted t.n c'eik f Board of Romda Hospital Ooamit tlpow, Oai ooa City. Kev-ada up to June 5'h, 1 ft, tl 1 r. M. a: thieh tiuia !.' Kcl.- KOtlVOd trilbe opeeeJ and ttmatrtf rrd Tba Board re. arvea the rit"Ti. to reject any or a 1 biihi. r'nr list cf article to he farniahwiaud raodliioM Ofeoa triw t apply to Dr. M. Berjtat n. Saperiota dent Of eio-pi a . T.eno, N. ad '. EaTe pea encloplni; bids aboaid hem., ked: Troposai for Suppl'ea." Iiv ..rder of the Board . mil R- r W'lJ, ' leru ( 0tM OUii Cut Flowers, Roots, bulbs and I o Plants, o-- Also Car' :t weaving done at Reasonable Rates. C. MEYERS, Carson, Nev. mi5 Dr. H- Wardlaw. DENTIST. Office Rinckel Building D. 6. Kitzmeyer, THE PIONEER MANUFAC TURER AND DEALER IN HARNESS AND SADDLERY In Carson City HAS. after a vacation of three years again assumed control of the business at the old stand. No. f2 South Carson street, ami invites all who are in want of good? or work in ; 11 lB lluc l" He promises, to furnish a good ; i;tv of j and (Jo i , work at the very lowest price-. alO V mm s-- a- n I HEI tStteeCMOra t J. S. Tomvsa:i.i BLACKSMITHS. - FIRST -CLASS- Wtgot-asrf-Carriage -Buyers EXPERIENCED HORSE - and - MOLE - SBOEKS. U: EQUALED - CARRIAGE: PAINTING -o- BSatisfaction Guaianteea in All Departments. 3-10-95 A. U NEW STOKE Opposite the Hint Has the freshest Line of Vaisiiiy G-roceries IntheStrfe, AT- The Very Lowest Living Eater. Orders Promptly Delivered to ai Part of the City. ai6 i McCiasKoy E. Mayj National Cash Store Main si In the o(-: Building. Well?' Fargo NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM. STORE. Robert Mantefl Cigars. : A Wall Line o Ciisirs Tobacco anJ Smoter' Article. Nuta,Cauli tad Fruit Cheaper ttB , re before in City Die PImm Mr Cheap Stati.inirr. BehOOJ Tablets, Ink and Fraicy Nt;oa. Agriitg f.ir Tiie Celebrated Sap rem S c;ai Citrar tM Pest iu the market. m mi J 4J U I, Have Ycu Ever Been There? Better Tw It Some Day and Sr5 c - I I ow Yon J ,ike It. We don'i brag of our table, but will give you Four Dollars if you hear anyone complain about it. GILBERT BRIGGS--- Fropiie'.or jl9 1 V-i slb 1 11U U Oj J. N EW MA N AC EM ENT. KBSTlURAST AMI HOTEL o ON THE o EUROPEAN PLAN. This comaiodious hotel a first class restaurant attaeftd and meals serve J a ia carte, I. T, BANHNS, Froprietcr. j8 BAKER'S CHUBBUI'K BROS & CO. Cheap Meat for the Masses Lamb rork At Prices never before quoted in Car eon City. Beef Veal Only the Best on the BIggIc. Old Union Market Near Briggs G. W. Chubbuck . . . . House Manager. IS COSMOPOLITAK RESTAURANT. RE-OPEroi SE-MWED! SPECIAL DIN NEIii ON VERY SHoRT NOIICR. THF BEST THE MAR KET AFFORDS ORDER YOUR HALL SUPPERS AT THE COSMOPOLITAN. JSS-OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE.nS OPEN DAY D. KAISER AND NIGHT. .. PROPRIETOR Dee. O.T. SCHULZ DEALER IN EEP PORK MUTTON AND VEAL. The Boet Meet, and Sausage Always on Hand ti r is vn n u n u r mi f&LWi lUllR PHILni. Lady Fingers, Not Cakes Goffse Cakes, Cream Cakes,, Piss, Macaroons, all klmds cf fancy cakes The best bread bsksd in this Ciiy. se- All order? promptly delivered Wm, Starke, opiietor. F2n Opposition --.ONLY SI 50 During The Coming Summer William Wise Stage Line Will Carry Passengers To The Lake For Si. 50 Making Taily Trips Between Carson And Glenbrook. Frelgll lower Than fver Before. Apply at Cutis' Grocery. New New Good .'Prices! New TV K. BR OF THAXT FORE DRUGS H OF TOILET. With Every $ls Purchase you get a Chance at the Grab Rag A Cbec!: for$50 is aisong the number of Checks in th 1 toy Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day or Night. SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds, Vegetable Seeds, Field Seeds JSew All of Them and Cheap fcr Cash This is The Time To Buy Tliem. V. 13. DAUCHY, Manager KINDS AT THE CASH GROCERY Call agjfygfffnp f'm Price list King Street. One Block from Capitol f8 NEV MANAGEMENT, PETERSEN- & SPR2KGMEYEB. SUCCFSSORS TO I P H Petersen (Old Sacramento Hay Yard. ) o DEALERS IN o HAY, Grain, and FEED. UM J THc OL D ELRCD HAY YARD' BAXR ausr Hay, Grain and ai! SOnds of Feed. Cash Paid For Hides Excellent stabling, box stalls and ac comodations for teams ppMife GavfrsBtfol .;.-, its BULLION Exchange Carson City. Kevsda. Capital f 2otoOvi Fully Paid up flOO.OOO DIEECTOKP JACOB KLEIN PrcMtlent. EVAN WILLEOiy Vice President. TRENMORE COFFIN Attorney. T. R HOFER. Sect'y. and Cashier mmm Stocks Bonglit acJ Sold Buliion and Ore Assay9 Miade x- 4- Vr c nt interest, given on time deposits General Insurance Agency Connected with the Bank. Stage Line. TO THE LAKE : mj2ii a? Scheme! People! THE ALL DRUGSTORE MICLS AND iiClS