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CARSON DAILY APPEAL.
vor. in. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 25, 1866. NO. 87 THE CARSON APPEAL, Pablished Duly, (Bandars Excepted,) mr RORIN'MINft MKJHKLS. II. R. Mill II I'M M. ROBINSON. s floors Brick Rnldinir. Perxmd Strset. Two door Kt .f P. Kail store. 'IVririB : "n Year, bjr "Hail or Ki press.., fin 05 is Months ....... 10 on Those Months 6 on IMiwwl in the City, hjr Carrier, per week 0 Ilatet of AdTprtimna : Iroa v. . untD coin. I On, Sqnarr (In lines. Oemsl nrst insertion, fS no Wjf h iw-u.nr insertion. 1 i Mion.il t-ards. In lines a less, ier nnsilh a 00 Boothly linsinea. advertisement will b. inserted on liberal tonus. 1SKSTI. Tanaus Botci Jan Francisco L. P. FlSHta ran Francisco. Wsj. B. Las Sum Krancucu. J. A. H.avcr -dfiK. LOC A I. AT FA I US. Last Chance fob BAEGArwa. Our read er, will we by our advertising column that the chance fer obtaining bargain, from Fleishhacker ft Meyer close on the 15th proximo. Call eooa or you will low a bar (rata. RETotTHlxo. The difference between a local and a traveling paintshop run be wen at ttntrtim ft Warner, drnar torr. b, eaani ining the work of the Cowing Bros, done three year, ago, and the retouching of to-day. Prwnt.- had the pleasure, last evening, of meeting General S. A. Chapin, a prominent citizen of Nevada, who ha re cently returned to the land of ,age brush from a lengthened ojoum at the East. Rrri RNFD Mr. Mighel. the editor of the Appeal, returned yesterday, with his bride. He receded hearty welcome from hit friend,, and was serenaded by th Eu terpe BraM Band. Teams. Some thirty teams came in en the Lake Bijtler Road, yesterday, bound for va rious portions of the State. The Weather. Yesterday was cool and pleasant ;n spite i f a cloudless skv. More of the effects of Thursday's shower, probably. Tab r.!T in the Light of the Pkes- fnt. In Lossing s I.Iustrated Historv of the War, appears the f 'Hawing quota tion from the Charlestot Courier of Feb ruary 12, lsKi ; The S ni'h mi(fht, cn ler the new Confed eracy, treat the disorganized and demor alized Northern States a insurant, and denv trH-m Teccnitmn. But il peaceful di vision en-oies, the South, af'er takirnz the Federal Capital and archive, and be in ree.ijjnired hv all the fireiim powers as the government d facto, can, if they see proper, recn.rnize tltc Northern Confederacy, or con federacies, snd enter into treaty stipulations with them. Were tnia not dune, it would tie difficult for the Northern State to take a ilaee am mg nations, a nd thiir flag would t be respected or recognized. That's rcfreshina reading. just now. Ex cellent solace for a hundred and two in the shade! Miirht treat the di-tnrinnized North ern States a- insurgents, and denv them rec ognition Might take the Federal Capital and arrhire ! And then it would be diffi cult for ttie Northern Mate, to take a puce anions? nations ! The protrramme is cer tainli marked out very handsomely. But there's mini a slip, itc. The, were quite dip sed to denv us recognition how can they hnd fault if we hold them h ick a little ? The tioxi. MiLiTAttT Ath The regents of the National Military Asylum have elect. d ficne-tl K. W. Hinks ot Boston Sup-rintendeiit oi .he Asvltim. at a alary of S, ilTMl J ... J ... r1.""" !' vt, anu me mner nmcers win be chosen early in September. No decision nas oeen made upon the loca'ton of the A- In id or the plan of the huiMines. but the reitcnts have had numerous sites and plan: proposed to them. Disabled soldiers who are u ne careu lor at tiie Asiluin when it is completed ill in the meantime be aided at their homes. The funds now on hand and at the disriosn! of the oficrrs of t'-e Asv'.nm are f..lllil,lt(H, and the judicious expenditure of so lanie a sum cannot fail to secure rest and c .mfort to a large number of war-worn veterans. (general Hmks will prepare himself for the duties of his noi- tion bv visiting Kurnpe and investigation the mana-xenv'tit of the leadiua military hosni i . i ..i .t - 1 Mia auu as, nuns luere. Kicii Oi:e We learn from Peter Tavlor. Ksq., th -t Wednesday afternoon the Kxcel sior Coup iny struck nneonitnonlr rich tire. He thinks it would work as his;ii as SliOH per ton. G iod for the Excelsior. We hope they -till strike it ail gold. The remainder of the luic iintry for the mill is now at Pulley's ntion, and will bp here the litter part of til;1 week. Wornir 'I Sun. R. M. riiMriw. We lei.rn that the R. M. Company are makini; arrangement to have lil'n tons of ore crushed at the Winton mill. Tf'e rock is said to he very rich. We were shown some irnld taken from two and three-fourths pounds, which certainly would have pr ven the ore to be worth at least fifty ens per pound. Such ore a, this should indeed be ncik-u. MoioingFun. Lively Times in Missouri. The campaign in Missouri is an esciting one. The ei-rebels there are in full commu nion with the Johnson men, but the radicals appear, so far, to be a fair mnteb for both, and retnrn a, tolerably fair Roland for their pugnacious Oliver. The Hannibal Courier of July 31st con tains the anneied communication, which, to say the least, does not seem to lack io earnestness and force : ManisoNviLLE, (Mo.) July 30, 1806. Editort Courier : We dsire to reply, through yoor paper, to an article that appeared in the Ralls County Record of Jaly 26th, to which yoa are referred Tbey say that the radical party base twice appointed meetings at Madison- eille, after their (tbe rehs) appointments were made public, upon the same day as theirs, for some purpose which looks suspicions, being as much as to say that our object in so doing is to raise a riot. In regard to the 6rst charge we base only to say that we (the Radical party) have been holding meetings her by regnlar appointment for four months, which the gentleman of the Record is a ware of, and that (rivet the lie to bis base assertion ; and, furthermore, we do not meet for the purpose of mobbing the eitiiensof our community ; neither do onr speaker, in public or prieate. adsise us to interrupt any person or meeting, a, the Copperheads have been and are doing still. Rill Newland, last Saturday, advised them to tear down our flng and hoist the " stars and bars " in their stead. Now. all I have to say on the subject ot cowardice, which the gentleman refers to in the last paragraph of his article, is that wheo their leader, old Dickinson, fell, they skedaddled, and in twenty minutes after the shooting wag done here was scarcely a Johnsonite t be seen within this corporation of Madi soneille : alt that wer here were stowed snugly sway in Fort Hayly. Very respectfully yours, ;. S. Phelps, W. M PTE, and many others. P. S. Last Sstnrdae, in the riot here, the rehs numbered about ten to one, or eighty to eight. U. S. P. The Pbesioknt aso His Policy. The St. Louis Democrat bas the follow ing on this subject: Fifteen m n:hs ago the President bad some recollections of a class at the Souib known as loyal men indeed, he pretended to be the champion of some of them and the Moses of the rest men who bad not nide war upon the Gov ernment, but many of whom bad suffer ed, endured and fought in it bebaif un- ler its (lag. Aodrew Johnson laue-hi American people that to that class of men the wcrk of reconstruction must tie intrusted, and that ihey must control the State Governments of the South, or there would be no justice, no honor and no safety in restortion. The teacher bas recanted; but the people have not forgotten the lesson, and all the White House logic io Christendom will not Irive it out of their heads that the loyal men ot the nou:b the men wuo bad no need of pardon are the men who must rule, and that "traitors must take back seats." The people believe it, not be cause Andrew Johnson said it, but be cause it is true. There is no justice in putting loyal men at the mercy .if those who have a failure in rebellion to aveoire. There is no honor in leaving a Ir. Dostie to the vengeance of a May or Muiiroe. There is no safety for the I'nion if ten of its States are to be ruled, and twenty votes in the Senate and about sixty five in the iiouse controlled, by men who have tried to destroy it. So much conscience and common sense alike must teach every sincere patriotic man. All the equivocation of all the denagO;ues in the country will not make the people forget the difference between those who have fought for the country and those who have fought gainst it between those who have been true to tbeir oath and those who have broken it. Taking the oath over again does not bint out the perjnrv. A pardon in the pocket does not ff ice the stain of blood on the bands. Too often iiv far, it does not prove tlia. thi hellish spirit of the rebellion is aban doned The people believe th:it there is a difference between those who have t'.niirht ugainst it. They believe that those who have stood by the Union have a right to protection, to favor, to preference and honor ; that they have a right tocontrol theirSiate Government 1 tie people believe that to put those Governments into the bands of rebels is cold blooded and infamous cruelty to loyal men. and dishonorable and perilous to the Nation. And there fore the people will sustain Congress ia its policy of reconstruction. S. T.-1ROO-X. sVrwniw of srfipnti4ry hnltttit tronhlevl with we- ihmh, ltvpstiirlt-, fMttiitfi of thtp hrt, lark f Plt'te, diitre mftr tmtin, t-srpid liTer, con tijttumf 4c , dfwrv to uffer if tbey will not try th celflsmcl PLANTATION BITTERS, which r now fwomni-iif1el hy the hiiehet mei ical ath'ritii, anil wirntfd to ftra&mc mm im mediate eIMftcial effect. Th-y are exclintiy sreealile, perfectly pur. arid mn-t aipenN all ether tonica where a healthy. geDtlc atimuLaBt is required. Tbey ftvrtfy, cffrenirtbeii and invtorate. They create m helthy appetite. They are an antidote t rhanjee tf water and diet. They dtreiiffthf n the nywtem and enliven the mind They prTnt miaimiatw atrxl tnterniittfnt lVvem They purify the hreath and aeridity of the etnmarh . They cure Pyspeyia and Con i pat ion. They cure Liver Complaint and Nerroi Headache. They invite the wenlc "tronr, the lanccid hHI Hant, and are exhunited natore'si ftreat rertswer. They are ftnp4wed "f the celebrated CUt-aya bark. wtntemreen, rW-nf v , r.tn and hertwi, al! premrved in erfivtly pure Ft. Cr.i mm. For pttrttrnlar, aee clrcnlara and tejrtiin-wntip around each bottle. Beware ot imrHwt.ira. Csamina every bottle 9ee tht it hw onr private C 8. stamp nnmiiti. ted over the crk, with plana'ttsn arene, and Hir riirnature on a fine ett-s plate ide label. See that nr bottle l not refilled with pnrlon and dele ten.HM atnff. Anv perann pret'tvlit to aHI Plantation Bittern by the rlln or bulk ie an im jKwtr. Any perwn imitatiiic this) b4t1. rv-lt-' anv other material tierein, whethr called Plantatissn Birtera nrnt.t arrimtml aiider the U. S Law. a'td will Ire ptieruted by tu. The demand f -c Prak Plntatim Bitter, front 11 ie, Herpyrnr-n. mcrchan. 4c, im incrediM. The pimple tnal of a lsrtt! 1 the evidence we pre sent of their worth and mirterioHtT. Ther are old by all rettpertalde dmri"e, prtrera. physh. fian. hotel, aal.on, steam bswta and conntry atorea. l. ft. ramR it ca. ItOIOUt vim. A toilet delicht. Qnrerior to any CVncne. used to bathe the fac. and person, to renler the skin oft and fresh, to sllav inflammation, to perfume cletlitnir. fr headache. Sc. It Is mmuf ictnred frt 'ln the rich Ponrhern Maenolta, and is olitain inp a patP'naire unite unprecedented. It is a fa vorite with actresses and ,.era sineers. It is s,dd tiv all dealer, at 1 1 00 in lare no'ilea. and bv 1'FM.S RtsiKSt Ov. S-wY.irk. Wholesale s cents It is a ni.wt delizhtfnl flair Ttressing. It eradicates srnrf and dandnilT. It keps the head coil and clean. It makes the hair rich. sft antcl-awnr. It trev,nts hair tqrninc jrray and f illine off. It restores hair otm prematurely bald heads. This tsjnst what Lyon's Kathstriai will do. It is pretty it ischeari duraMe. It is literally .old hy the car-lbt. and yet its almost incredit-le de mand is daily incrm-inc. until there is hardly a cwntry store that due. nut keep it, orafamily that does not use it. r. TnWA l.YON. Chemist, ?t. T I.VnVs EX-ACT n pr.I Jvatict OtNor.K f.T Indiri'stion, Nausea. Il.arthiirn Sick Headache Cholera Iorhus. Flamlency, Ac, wtie-eawarm ins stimulant is required. Its careful prei-,ra-tion and entire purity niake :t a cheap and relia ble article fa- culinary purposes. Sold every where, at f-n els. per bottle. Ak for LyosV Pure ITstract Take no other. If.sth To Fu s. Ttis well known 1nt l.von' cm 11 ii,e Magnetic Pnw'er will perfectly de tnw everythini in the shape of fleas, tick- b si l.inn roaches. Ac; that it is la-tfect poison to tl-e in sect tnhe. but entirely harmless to the human family and domestic animals. The genuine has the signature of E. Im,, and the privates-amp of Pemvs P..rs)r A Co. Aiiytl.iiiR else of this kind is an imitatiiav or snnnt -rfeit. Anydroir jrist will procure the genuin. if you insist yiai will have no other. Plawtatl.w Btttera Btaa;siAlla M'a. erE.y aiai's Knthalrow !.;' fisv cr-sysi'a Fka Porter. Foraalvby SirsCKToy a warxei:. 1 j2!-ly JCarson Cit ja Nevada. nULLER'S HOTEL, Canna Stretet, two dnr snath of Third, CAUSON CITY, NEVADA. TT1I8 POPULAR PCBUC HOCSK ns CHASGE PROPRIETORS And is smw ia the kaads t M cf the snst EZPEXIEXCED LASDL0K0S Oat the Psvrlsae Csastl Th, andersismed. in solicirinc a share of tmldrc pstronaire, Wiaild ressrtfiillT reitresent to the Itawier Patrnns .a Ml I.I.KK ? HO'Kl.in rarticmi lar mimI to th nablic ia swastral that he intend at Kltchca To be fall, Equal with the Bert ia Vend! And troethaf bvadilicentanfcithfnlattentH-a to hi tmrines to Merit tare rmfnm arhtcn be 4iciie. Tr s Pern s served m la Frtntmif. fin rtrivate wlien desired anil tlie verv ttest 4 Wines. Liq- ss arei all the cWIiracies in tite market will be rssanl here. JACOB ILLBIIKH, jy34-tf ST. CHAHLE8 HOTEL. RCOrCTlOV Iff PRICES! mr. FTBI.tc is RrapKTTFTt LT IX ftirmed that the prices of e-sird ,na hJicin? I tneathtve awunssl, well urdersfi and pop- FIUCT CLASS HOTEL Have Been Reduced to coniform with the times The t.41osxbht rates have been est.Uished to take effect aw SSvd after tbc tb ot Ju j, Ittefc; KIRD, PER WKKK, . . - t .aiSMt LOMIIO, Blasjla sa.aaws, per week, twaa lit N. B. An E sec Heat t Bar 'and all the modern c.nveriiences attached to tliis Tt tel. GEORGB TIFLV, j tf Pratarsstsr. CQ3JSETT IIOITSE. gj Tltiif HUTU. ! M-W AI C'lMPLFTE L3 in all the fixtures and offers estfaliaarv m- uuci-menu lotf traveliuic pnlilic THE RllORs are large and aell ven:ilate1. THE BEDs) are of the Lest qaality and ke.t in the best c.ss- dition. THE TABLE is supplied with the best the market affjr s, and THE BAR is equal to any and excelled by none. A share of pnb jatnmape ia reeiertv.!y atv thBBTT BK. tTnKI.4, rViret'-rwi licited. sriJ-rf A. J. FOSTER, MALTS rt lalat. OII. Glaan. nrnsilsra. TARMSnE. TrRPKVTIVE. HIT' G an, fainter Materials, Ac., Ac. ac IIOL. ic. Car- rtage. ,n and Omajnental Grildi ttg, GrlsW SsXlzAS;, Etc., Esc Paints aiixed to . .er. Comer Third and Neva-la streets, Carson CtTt. ?va.ta. my It. KIKO STBJEIET II ARKTT, tw Cai-RBB). C 'a !- Cltjr. JOHN IiOSSKIt UF.SI'WTFTI.Lr INFOKSJIS THE PrBI.IC that tiekectisian hai.d at his market, tre-h weals ot all Kinds, BF.Kfr, TK1L, J2 ponii, fTTOI, .tlsi, Frs-h Rol.nrne a' t other nmen. h-sd fhe -se and Rl.. Pu ldimrs. Itots- alt of which he will s:t n elo., m any oth. butcher in iheriv nsvlR.tf J T.i-:c--n PIONEER CIGAR STORE. JACOBS A PL.ATT. Dealers in Cltae navaaia asMl Dwaae at to Ctra. Tlrsriatav Swawtilsasi sussl Cwrwrlwr Tassarrst, Rstcbss, wHssra, CcasW. tlaac, Bsjasy asrV.s-tf WiU b. fonnd 9nm writ as tint TMtysa. SPECIAL. NOTICES. Nwk. . c w kh;ht h s. ALfmcn lltxn. rsscreUrr. aajia-tf a rrsj Ijm, Xm. I, sav af.at-S Heel, tsurd htuwdw sat yUyc -th. T t. Enwai4 Sec'f. siylS-t I. !. . sassst -T ssn WedaNssdny essaiiial at 7 nVlmt. is-sfc&s.sniiethrs ia. arecsadially invited trend. N C. METKR, M. Per. I. O. 4U. T4 rassjsa Lsaatsre. . . Da ssta mmi Tewinhtrs. wesst st 7'4 'el.s-k n A piiactast attei ewei y niBir1iy ei'e, 1 'istv 1 pnactast attendatiee is rei.ii, d. THowaa WX1X. w r. T. hi s Cirum. Stnetarjr. jelS-ST aae the principal rrswssa srhy Cansa Is mach bt lHs.lrhvtaass.Cnf the sth, ts ia the Hate. Mi that see Waw amst. isan waasr. aI eve, y body bay their Dnin ,m Midawa Wuncktisi A Waraxr, whsre they sre sare to sut pare articles. aayMdf A. TJABtCMU rs itFTTRrxj to rmow. m A e teaser friesefa Is tm lis. tlWIlTSMUeiissi. OFFire ate. 8. Han sua Drag ft.e. rXast OnVe Bhhnmc. an-tf TH03. E. RATDOX. SC DCNtXfW. OATOOX . DEXSw, ATTOItXKYS AT LAW. CR CTTT. HCTAIta. Wtft-In Cosmre IkaHsHnssi Sill sStusl ) all ho am entrastesl to tbeas h she " 1 1 1 llretrsci ,d f. !. r-sarta smd talks. Laa4 aalHea. sT" Lands pre-empted and Towa Iea rat end. mvM-tf kEbTOVKD ATO KEFTTTDl The wmletwrne. ha inassi.4 hat Office ts th) ne frame baildinc. ose door -irrn or BuwcRTorw war- SER-? DRC STORE. C ARSON STREET. nd1 letltted tit asnarneftr vWah an -ttt rrlsar Hrr dfti-sR sf asdie. Md ja . topTf.Bi all rati'Ta in IkWtiwalry TEETH INSFRTKD t9 30Lt FTLTEL tBa TrLTaIfEO BAK. Tttd moderate ft. B. ftM All i mlTf tenrriral an4 Merftaniral IVti iat. MZGRIC MLOOI. gko. iv. mott Uftvrva mwi! mr imthit ir J-nt- . 3rv in tlW mtwv fawrawsn, avail CtintiTtTteT1 e tjise- - "tW.sf.sr". a 11 arn mslte will fiwaee rail at and iiettle ttteir ! arcnntn. JtJI 1 HAGU0LIA SAL00TT. oocrr hotfe block. car?o!s cttt, RKsOPRSEI ITXT'FTt TTIE Sl'IHttIfl0l OF THE WEtX U kn.era GKOUr.K I.KWIS. Ttalbsatof WltES LKirtmS ABO riCABS C.mstantlv rat hand. awtrn a fxtowri. rVisjwiet.ars. T I. rWRI. re-t- HEtDql tRTCRlt f-AMtOV. VICTOR A.FttirP.Prcprietcr. HATTvn pvpentetpv. srvtit .e'"t fm tainffstrest. latet, fceyit bs- lms rnwi.siR ts- j.lese.1 f. se all hi- -M firsd- and the (Sibil re?.era:IT. at his new nl oe VX lil . eep cn-tTit: V sj tr TvS Ttie best Iiraastssw WlRrn. Iqtttnt-t. Bust Clears. w-oiYr nm a ci.l -tr Ktag .Srsr. twtst. fai aass M SirwesWsr. nv-ri tRsnir srsfw-. trvtns. tvt Til C TR E MLOnS . ?QTJAI1ZA PTTKCH! PTTlffCH!! SQTJAZA efanw OXt.l TL'Cs- IK CtR-OX CTTT I w-er- o en t he OFVC'Ve- forstCTA ITMH is'r, he T-ffBi; ATECtt StalSnsj V hen 1,1 jest rereived tVnm ! '"1 Kt.-S-t Cf- OS rfcj ricins! i.'.ka ns L' t'RW'EVT Wn'9 KKV I -i"!r th- b.-t Wtoes- in the marke (I.. Jl!.r r.oHRI' PT BRANDT. AS Id f- OXE BIT A KK. BOORB ft PAF.SEK. Ansast t. KK tf tL a-