THE DAILY APPEAL
M. R. MIGHEL8:::::::
wutaxssAT uovnra. Ae. i. im
It it to he pretutsrd tti at tee Congress
ataaae adjiMiratd, iaaeaaca joint
ratal utiea Svieg the JSib of tbie atoata
ilast Satanlav) as tbo day for each
action com reported by telegraph. If
the adjoaraajeat did taka place, aa is
appaeed, we bare good reaeoa for be
lieviag that air Seaatoraaad Rearente
tivet, or teae of them, at least, are aa
their way back beaM. Bit away ardent
(Head are iaapatieal to greP tn naad
of Soaator W ye.
Sebraaka, twia bora with Kaaeaa, bat
Ieea favored witb opportaaitiee for po
litical adtaaremeat. baa beea admitted
iato the (read eiaterhood of States.
Ska U tbe tbirty-teveatb of the family,
tacceediog to tbe ' plebe" place which
Baa beea beld by Nevada, going aa two
yeara. Tbe oew Commonwealth hat
provea ber worthinrtt to the astecia
tioa which bat been graated to ber, by
electing a ttaunch Cnioniit at her Got.
eraor, and by chooaing ber other State
ewScere, ber Legislature and ber Sena
tart and member of Congress from
among ber loyal aad patriotic citizent.
Hot only waa rebellion powerlett to di
vide or deatroy tbe Voion, but it wat
equally impotent to check ill vitality or
to retard ita growth. Aad looking far
ther back into tbe bittory of tbe past,
aad reviving tba remiawceacea of tbe
Kansas-Nebraska Act;" aad calling
to mind all tbe heroism and all the in
famy of tbe ttrnggle which grew out of
tbe passage by Congress of that memo
rable law ; aad coupling with thote re
membrances, a refiectioa upon the tt-
ciatiiadta which, withia tbe past de
cade, have befallea tbe moat prominent
tgare apoa tbe ttage which made that
act a drama, the hideout form of slav
ery ; aotiag the fact of tbe admission
of bleeding Kaataa" aa a free State,
jaat at the rebellioa began, aad tbe ad-
mleaioa of tbe inseparable companion
of ber birth, Nebraska, at tba close of
the aobleat labors of a Congress which
baa just devited a prevention of future
robeilioaa, coatemplatiag tbese things
frees the ataad point of a political
pbiloeopber, who tball tay that tbe
Ueaiat of Progress it not making stal
wart ttridtt through tbia devoted land?
Welcome to Nebraska I
IacBaoiaaiaa) in Anaoaa. The Es
meralda Unioo of the 28th alt. tays:
Some acouodrel or scoundrels teem
determined to reduce tbis towa to ashes.
vTiibia tbe last four moatbt no lot
than tevea attempt have beea made to
Bra the towa in various placet, abd
ate of them have succeeded at far as
to burn dowa several bouses. About
four o'clock on Tuesday morning two
area weie kindled by incendiaries, one
ia a small building ou spring street,
aad tbe eiber in a smalt bouse on Win
neinucca street near tbe I'nion office.
Tne building on Spring street was en
tirely consumed, auJ it terms miracu
lous that the whole block in which it is
situated, iBcludinfr tbe Clair House and
he mrtftoiliceut Merchant's Exchange
Hotel, escaped destruction. If tbe wind
bad been blowing and tbe buildings bad
oecn dry instead of damp, as tnev were
on account of tbe recent rains, no effort
of tbe firemen could bare revented the
whole block from being consumed. Tbe
fire on Winnemueca street was discov
ered and extinguished before much dam
age was done. It was started in a
small untenanted bouse by putting a
smxll bundle of straw in the eorneraod
srttiog lire to it. It' tbe Ere had gained
nurii headway before it was discovered
several b-iilding would have been burn
ed before it could have been subdued
If it be true that malicion persons set
the-e numerous fires it will not be ben-
tiii-il to their health and etimtort for
tbe citizens to ever detect them in the
act. Tne first incendiary who is cauybt
ia this netariuns business in tbis town.
will undoubtedly be tried by Judge
J.vnrh and sentenced to dnn a coat of
ar and feathers and do cavalry service
aa a very sharp rail. A few are inclin
ed to the charitable opinion thai these
fire originate through the carelessness
of Indians who lounge abont tbe vacant
bouses, but we don't believe any thing
of tbe kind.
Look aaaa Boa I Uue of our ingeni
ous cotemporariet tayt:
It hat beea discovered that Othello
- held a legal as well at a military office
- ia Veaice. Be waa a la way-general.
m nan bum pakabx Tax
BBXA ill Ntm BBJwABS.
There ia toaarlhiec attractive, or if
aat attractive, appropriate, ia devices
made after tbe eaaaaer of coats of arms,
coaveyiag a legead or a motto, and set
ting forth ia all tba eignificance aad
farce of well cenceived allegory, the
ttrikiag peculiarities of a race, a family
or a claa. Wo alladed tbo ether day to
a greed idea advanced by Geaeral Sher-
ian, that of makiag tba 6gare of Co-
Inmbaa, peering coaideatly iato tba fa
tare aad foretelliag tba gloriet of tbe
great Wett, a pictorial or tcalptaral em-
bodimeat of the America a coaeeptioa
af aa earaett, bopefal Pragma. Wa
think that idea might bo wrought iato
etaiag tnhlime. Deeceadiog thea
from what we recegaite at pottible ol
a aablitae attitada. to tometbiag which,
ita moat harmlesa aspect, it nothing
better thaa ridicalaet, let aa auggeat as
aa appropriate device for tbe accom
plished taiacegeeatioa of Nevada De
mocracy aad Nevada Johntoniim, for
the very head aad front of the Bread
aad Batter Brigade, let nt, we tay, be
permitted to tuggett aa a fitting device
for the eriflame which that Brigade
tball be kaowa by, "the Serpeat of Cop-
perbeadism, rampant, holding a batter
ed biscuit ia bit moath aad teeking the
temptation of the virtaoua dwellers in
the Eden of Radicalism." What could
be mora appropriate, let aa modettly
yet earncttly atk? We make these tug-
getlioaa to that we may aot be behind
head ia recognizing our dutiet toward
:ba movement which baa made itself
manifest through tbe generalship of that
distinguished political strategist and
property-man, the honorable Joseph W.
McCorkle of allaadiaghamith mem
ory. Have wa obfusticated oortelf and
our readers aad mutt we explain? Well,
here we go tbea. Tba "time honored"
but seedy and imperfectly disinfected
Democracy, tba virtooot yet anwasbed
survivors of tbo dayt of Joba Bigler,
Ned McGowaa, Palis McClaskey aod
Jamea Bucbaaaa have beea aotified by
the illaatrioaa McCorkle that they
aad their aew bed fellowt, tbe
my policy " mea wbo have rat
ted oB tbo adgea of tbo Unioo
party, are expected to meet ia Carson, ia
convention, " aa the 12th day of Sept
ember aext, at boob, for tbe purpose of
nominating a 8tate Ticket ; " and ac
compaaying tba notice which calla for
tbit aatembliog of tbe Sainta it a teriee
of retolationt frem which we attract
tbe following (wa quote from the Vir
ginia Co ion) :
Ketohtd, That all parsons shall be quali
fied aad are ia tiled to participate ia such
primary sltrtisn, who
Firt Endorse the policy of Andrew
Johnson, President of the United States, for
the immediate restoration and maintenance
of the llama.
'Tit well! Tba "old war borte
snuffs the battle from afar ! " Dibble
and Shinker, Skinker and Dibble
were aa nothing compared witb what
shall bt dona with ItcCorkle aod Cradle-
baugh, Cradlebangh and McCorkle,
Democracy and " my policy ; " and
over all, the fUenting flag of Postmas
ter Randall't duly authorized squad of
tbe Bread aad Butter Brigade ! Wake,
"Cstio oot Paxaiuii.vT Lucolm's
Policy." We hear a good deal about
certain person witb an unexpected
office, carrying out the policy of Pres
ident Lincoln." But here is a genuine
instance of a fulfillment of that trust:
An exchange states that Mrs. Lincoln
has presented Fred. Dougluss wiih
cane of ber busnand s, carrying; out
wi.-h which the latter expressed shortly
before bis assassination.
Siatoca AcciDtsr is a TnraTia.
Tbe San Francisco Evening Tribuue of
the 27tb ult snys:
In tbe rendition of Uncle Tom' Cabin
at the Opera House last night, an acci
dent occured bv which E Thaver, one
of the performers, narrowly escaped se
rious injury. la the scene where
"George iiarrit" resists the taking o
himself, wife and child by '-Haley
(Thayer.) McCnllongb (who represented
Harris, I inadvertently placed al olt
navy revolver within a few inches of
Tbayer'a bead and fired, three of the
chambers exploding simultaneously, tbe
force of the explosion lacerating Tbny
er'r right cheek, and driving numerous
grains of powder into it. A pbyticin
wat teat for, and Mr. Tbayer'a part waa
I read by Mr. White daring tht last twa
ST STATS TtXEwaATH
rasa tbi eota am nsws or isi
WttaitoToa, Jaly 25. The Senate
admitted Joseph S. Fowler, from Tea
aetaee, aad E. T. Rota, from Kaataa.
The Seeate amended the House rest
lutioa providing for edjonrnmeat, by
iliag Saturday boob, Jaly 28th; aad
the House subsequently concurred.
Tba Army Bill, Civil Appropriatioa
Bill, Tariff Bill, etc, are ia head.
Tba Seeate confirmed A. W. Raadall
aa Poet matter Geaeral.
WaaaiaoToa, July 1. The Seaate
debated the eaaa of Patterson, Senator
elect from Teaneatee, for three boara,
aod laally referred it to the Committee
Tbe Preeideat hat aomioated V. 8.
Grant, Geaeral of tba Army; Farragat,
Admiral of tbo Navy; Sbermaa, Lieat-
eaaat-Geaeral; aad Porter, Vice Admi
ral. These aomiontient were immedi
ately conirmed by tbe Sennte.
Tba President alto nominated Has-
cock aa Major-Genera!, vice Sbermaa;
aad Ord aa Brigadier-General. Both
WataiKSTon, Jnly 27th Tba Sen
ate, after a long debate, patted a reso
lution wbicb wat tent to tbe House, ca
bling Pntteraoa to be tworn in at Sen
ator from Tennessee. 1 ne House de
bated and rejected the resolution.
Both Houtet passed a bill admitting
Secretary Harlan resigned to-day and
the President nominated O H. Brown-
ng, of Illinois, to fill tbe vacancy.
Tbe bill to equalize tbe bo uu ties for
soldiers hat passed both Houses.
Also tbe bill increasing the pay of
members of Congress to $5,000, begin
ning with this Congress.
Or Scch is tib KmoDoa or tux Psa-
ootixD. L. P. Milligan, one of tbe plot
ter! of assassination in tbe Democratic
Order of tbe Koightt of the Golden Cir
cle in Indiana, waa convicted of trea
son, tentenced to death, and liberated
by President Johnson. Returning from
prison to the neighborhood where his
crimee were meditated, he received a
graod ovation" from hit gang, and
delivered himself of a harangue wbicb
it reported at follows by the Cincinnati
No one nil could postete, in a high
degree, all human vices aot even a
Lincoln, a Brougb, or a Morton. Among
tbe greatest tianert ngainst Ood's right
eous will were these three individuals;
and though be was not prone to believe
special providences, their fate was
otherwite unaccountable. One had beea
tnmmoned to tbe bnr of retributive jus
tice witb bit tint unrepented of. An
other, covered all over with the mildew
of debauchery, and wrapped in exfaala
liont from which buzzards would turn
their offended noses, carried to the grave
tbe impress of infamy; while there yet
remains one of the Godless trio But
tbe plagne is on its wes'.ward march;
bit limbt are smote witb tbe blood of
crime, and tremble under the load of
corruption. Still he prayed that tbe
Governor might live long enough to
realize in this world, rather than in the
next, that God is just. He renewed bis
adhesion to the Democratic party, aod
exhorted his hearers, in the precise lan
guage be bad nsed on a former occasion,
to maintain the organization of tbe par-
v, though cowardly men may have
shrunk from tbe boldness of itstruib.
and attempted to corrupt its ritual and
interpolate its constitution.
A woao roa Dairvuxi ad Cowboys
Here is a hint for people who own cows
and wbo profess a desire to keep them
ithin tbe limits of their pastures:
A Western farmer savs be made it a
rule that whenever cattle are made to
pas a fence, whether through bars or
slipgap, to leave one rail for them to
pass under. Ibis gives tnem a down
ward tendencv, and lessens tbeir inclin
ation to jump or look upwards, as they
are sure to do when a lazy attendant
throws down a part of the mils and
makes them vault the rest. Cattle may
be taught to go over any fence by tbe
careful training they often get for tbis
end, and performed as follows: First.
starve them, or give them poor teed,
which will make them light and rest
less. As soon as they go over the low
est part of tbe fence after better proven
der, make tbem jump back again, and
put on one more rail, saying "1 guess
that will keep 'em out." Next day (at
of course they will be in mischief again,)
repeat the process, adding another rail
in a short time tbey will take care of
themselves, and harvest the crops with
out charge Tuettr't Rural Affair.
Hold Them to vhb Kkcoko. General
Spooner, ia a late speech at a Union
meeting in Indianapolis, taid be held
the Democracy responsible tor every
empty aleeve wo tee io tbe ttreett, for
the death of every TJaioa eoldier, for
tbo war, aod for the Halloa! debt.
COWING & CO.,
twriB, , ciuuwh
OKbT ABSsTTAL rAIsTTIVO!
Curnar of Onaaty and Third Stmta,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
The vsimtnoiisjo won. tui tuts
mrthnttflntjtminc; the cnaM at Catena
and vicinity that tbrT ar taisaiat teeeaa
Mm. 9m, or Oiaawwatal ranitinsj. M a
thornuli aaa wokaMnlifevaanMaW I saw wiR
wlimn rerfuna any aalla thatr kae. with
in tea rtrch. of any smbm uf isaecny. warn
from the euantrv wticiSaa.
Tba best ut rr. maiae grne aa te tba sMHty to
faiail tMr maowta. cbearlWIIv alvan. Oar
prices ar amlerale, and ar evetoaa 7 Oang haat
nai tatiaaw liamilaa wtin s imw.
jravtt cmrrtHs a oa.
Cimay of Oanaa aad !
OaatlOOleT JXW .
JAYE OH atA!l A 'OOSPLBTS tTDCM
PAINTS AND OILS.
We rail thm 1ttH of gtk
Hen's FTjjmishiny Goods !
whkh wa will sell, wholesale aad retail at th
Ltjwcat Market Prices
Please rail and examine oar stock befaee Bar
chasing eUew bere.
ABDx.stBAlM th TOHMSBK.
roam waoaaa. tacoa bliwb.
C.4HSOX city caEtscnv.
Ww IIT1! THIt tTTewTIow
II fri-txw and tha pul-lic
IdMt Pitmeer Brevrrv in tba Trritr. aaer
we are preparea w ail tinMO to varai
la larg or mall qnantitiaa,
At the abort ret aotice.
We aun via to intimate oar Irieads that it la
conttafiive to health ta see as -1 ar Brewery . and
iailiibe a fnA and faaminc drauaht uf this aeti-
cmum t-ereraca, urthcr with awitaer tail aajt
Malt and Hope sam'lied to Brewei ia eawati-
tie tn rait.
W4D1RB 0 KL1NB.
TIRE IXSTJEAXCE COSPaWT,
ALL Lo?ar.S PAID IWWEDIATBLT O?
ajBPtmmt, in I'. Cc-M C- id.
Maara rAtl-hNKK. BS.LL A CO .
Amenta, ean trucan.
J. K. GARRETT, Arrot, CarauaCity.
EDTTHf A. DATI3,
CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY,
( Lata in the emrk;ment of Oillis, Slutt A Co. )
Tin War, Pumps, eto.
Sheet an--OHlvnizctl Iron, Copper and T;a Piste
WrktY. Pariirnar atteulitn paid to Job Work
fry de?Mript'tin. dclif-tt
THIS WKI.I. KNOWN TONRIAL ll"!l
anl Balhinff Kfltahliihnient will always te
tonnrt rlt-an aii'i oanfnable ia tHrh apnrtiuent.
i'artiraiar attention aid to liitir Cutting, for
Umliii im ail as Itriitlrmva. Hut, Coll and
?ho.r Hatha at all h. nr. J. MILLER.
FLEISHHACKEB & MEYEK.
tAon rutSBBACKia, cAi rrats a. meter ,
BEG TO OFFI.R THriR lARGK M WRLL
selecleti Mock ot ticneral Merchaadiae. onu-
ttistitia ia part of
t-RtHKRIES, FLOtR, SSRA1S,
To Close Cat
avoKB A lOt H'tslil wok
eT. TJT TJIjIjXj Zl,
caasea mscv, atxv i
CARSON CITY, NEVADA,
Which will tw soM aa i
MT OL PBIBKM ABB THE PTBUC WILL
Pop al aar ZZowtlw
Establirahed in I860 !
NB l!t ITkRT TAItlETT Of
Doot? & Shoes
KTKRT DESCKlPTlOlt OV
KOPPEL & PLATT.
Gat. Boy Csttoa HadeClstkiax
Wmt sSafclaaj Baatl
jFjBala ant Cans. Burtota. Mamsait.
rrwajfaawaf l asaa. Bemt mmd SAata, t-.
Corner of Caraoa ana Third Streets,
a Car CHy, Htvsts.
AlJllT W.nK! TO RrCriT FTWU I!t
ttie want Urst.rhe vf an A CCvMUJt? li
fe; D EDUCATION, and also to ft.tia a
BMW StDtlily Teiais t be aid ia adTancc.
Oas, fr French Lessons..
Apftlv persfnally, or ty letter, to Ura. K.
ATKI.NM..N, at Mia. i t. Mooie s, Caiva City,
renrul Block, Caraua Street,
CAB80N CI X
IATIM PI RlllA.itD THK
a olMjve MiablwLment from Mr.
k. I'ai k itii--a. ibe aitarrwitnnl r-
mMM-lfullv wi -nimentla it tollieiwt-
Irunapt of tSr nltlic. ll ! ben nt-w ly rr!ittit
and will conipaie favorably Willi any Maiket in tha
Mate. It will br sui-i-Ih d with ikr stwseeeB
Meals, mid will be rnl etl ovtr t-y Mr. tt.
I'arkiijBoD, who will coutinue to act my aeeut.
Carson City, May 10, I'M!
E. F. COHTGN,
StAMFACTlRkR AXD II. A IKR IX
lafBOOTS AID II ATHEbX
HA ON HAND. A Gl'.EAl AySOhTMENT
of FINE and MINING B OT.
Custom Hoots Matirto Ordrr and Warrnitttdta Fit.
V.kalrlav loht'wilh nnlne.s at.tl di.Tiatrh.
Also l.i-tto-r and bo iidilir-, c- nswnre if
l.emoinc Jtrdott I all ai.d Kit', Lnik m.d Linilg
8A9JTA mriSOLE LE ATllER.axc.
sw-'Tirk T..r. otinosit tlt- W-r. 1 myj. tf
Book and Job Printers,
Blank Book' Makers,
536 Clay St., opp.LeidfsdoifE,
San Francisco, CaL
This TrftA are large isa porters of Paper,
Frintm' xUteri&ls, Ink, kc aal with the
fcrgt! Printing OSes ia tbe State, are able te
aa goal work with iispatoa, at very law
Parties Madias; ereen treat tkelaterierwiH
la avrvel aa tUtUbiljaa thaagk tntiatl1j
Btapsstaaaarlot litttfsraisheaif imkni.
i ta gtea tatlrrirtltai
A-ssti fcr aiXTJadytls-a.
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