Newspaper Page Text
VOL. III. CAItSON CITY, NEVADA, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 16. IS66.
NO. 108 THE CARSON APPEAL, rnbliahea Sailr. (InUn SsMfUA.) BT ROBINSflNJk; MIOHKUS. . ft. aUatiElA SI. ROBIXaOH. Mte, I rWT. Brick RntMn. fmeami tot , Two dour Im4 K B Rail'.atore. Trm : ne Tear, by Mail or Express.. SIMM Threa Months Ninml ia lb City, by (Ureter. Ratra or Alwrtis)inac : tron v. s. u cora l On. Pqwr (1 liana. it" eats j Omt insert i-l,H So mtweawcnf iiwrtiL 1 St t'r r minimi Card., In line.. Hv. per stoat b 4 W M-intHly husiresi sdverti.cw.-iit. will be ieserted M IllMCM term.. accits. Tnon A-irca I. P. I'WHU . B. I.MI J. A. ltKVY sa Francieor' . .. ..sari Francisco San Francisco. (isle. THE SOUTH ERR PRESS 0 THI PHILA- SELPHIA COYVERTIO. Tbe Richmond newspapers arc not at all pleased with tbe action of the Phils, delpbU Convention, as the following eitractf from their editorial! show : Personally the delegates from th South were not Vindly nd hospitahly received, but thev were requiied tn swallow resolutions which must have tasted about a pleasantly as a mixture of Ball, senna and wormwood. The scenic etfect of the pletho ric Orr of South Carolina, and of the demure looking Couch of Massachusetts, walking. arm ana arm into tne great w igw.tn was no dmihtvery striking, but even Urr nm-t have made a. mariv wry face, when he .wallowed several of the resolution, a. the " Ancient Fisto!" did over the leek which he wa. forced to devour. The resolution eulogistic of the Federal .oWrerv were not, we imagine. hailed with any especial enthuiam hv the Southern delegates whose houe. had been turned and l.nids laid waste hv thoe im aaaculate patriot. Nor can we be expected to feel keenly interested iu the widows and orphans of those federal soldiers who were lam be our armies while every act of char ity to tne winiws and orphan, of enr own chivalrous dead is dmounred a. an exhibi tion of trea-on. The congratulations and rejoicing of the I -invention over the tri uinphs of the Federal armies must have STated somrwht rurshW tinon the earn of enersi Pick Tavlor and other t on federate tieneral then and there present. There i. we heii-ve. much inoiimation felt that the Southern delegate .h-mld have quietly suh nirted to the obnoxious resolution, to which we have referred. Manr think that thev should have left the Convention rather thai sanctioned their adoption by their presence. Tbe Kicbmond Times of August 13th ays : We did not tend the right kind of delegates to the Convention, and those that we did send appear to h.ive neglected their vusliies. I ne nnole unieet nas been treated exclusively from a Northern stand mnt. .nd the R mth once more has been left out in the cold, the fourth resolution Brm.the right of representation, but in terms which squint strongly at tbe test oath and wymonw. I: ale., the test oath be set aside, we regard all talk about representa tios) in Congress for the South a. a hollow saoekerv. That tbe Northern people should think it right to tx us f.-r the support of the widow and orphan of those who fought against u. anil depilated our land i not sin srular, or ttiry come of a elh-h breed and think little of the feelings of others. Thi xaettni we suppose we ninst stand, but it is not nuht to call upon u to dishonor our gal lant dead and to tramfde on the feelings of the widows ;,nd r Otfuiziiii. The iw-rtices f the Fede;al iuldiTri ana fmiUr in tree Ut cnlt. That Siuth rrn d,n.it .huM j 'tin in this that thev nh'MiM avi.w thptr iv ..1in.. to lax all dudinir the witowi and rthan of the South. f r thi (itiri. e. is to us utterlv in coniprehf nihle. There are vme thins, which nature it-lf rnnnot hrit, which mn cold utn; tmn "f ! hrv will allow n to tol rate, tmi thi- is wiic if th. m. We have no vitt'. iitid all ne cn d is to look on quietly, wUhiiiit nuccesi to the conservative phalanx, but dtcut.iiiic t the fcaiiie time to ratifv what n-1 tr'ie tr to reward bv ovation our mn unpr-hT.i.ilf fr.auti, who have paid half fare to Philadelphia and done lea than Half work. The Uichmond Eiaminer of August 18th says : w e r flatonished to reai! in fh re port thp rlrnntinn of Cowan that the filution were unauimoiistv concurred in hv the Conventi n, and th:it hith resolutions and address were onnnrmoiislv adopted be the Convention. We protest in the name of our people that they be considered no parties to mat unanimous vote, w e will, indeed unanimouslv eo-onerate in the great lending objects of the Conventionthe restoratwm and vindication of the Constitution ; but it was not kind nnnecessarile to a.k and im possible to give our assent to declarations which violate our convictions snd brand us as criminals, while before God and the world we should spurn the accusations. The Southern delegt'es may have given their voice or subscribed their monevs to these pap. rs. hut thev have not subscribed tne names of their people It is indeed iai- Kissiblc to read mmv part0 of the address of aymond and remember that it claims to have Southern endorsement without deep iadjgnation. Whatever b nay Uualc.tsst fin on 1o on ...... i , pee weak bv SnutlieTn people at least reoel and stnirn tbe ehaige that thee are rebel or insurjrent. They dent, too, that the Federal Government wan aa the affcnMve. anal was ne the ssnjatt antinthewar. They deny, and at the stabe would not admit, that the, were constitu tionally warred upon. They dewy many other averments and dogma of the resolu tion and addrem, and Raymond knew they did, and our delegates knew h. ton. Wh tben press theae thing upon Us fir adoption ? Why offend ne, too, an in name instance.. b asking us to AjrasaU. concur in nrnpositivne wrucn could not bat infringe upon our sensi bilities, and why thru term and expres euros into our months that we connot but re- par J a indignities ? Nothing is left us but to spura. inesn. A JonKto DaLieaTi. Amonw other choice Johnson men who were delegates at tbe Philadelphia Convention was one Colonel W. W. A. Davis, of Pennsylva , whose opinion of A. Johnson is thus recorded in hie paper, the tKiyles- town Democrat, March Mth, 1865: For the first time in our history we have a drunken Vice President. Tbe second office in tbe gift of tbe American people is filled by a man who gets be sotted on whisky, w hen Andrew John son took the oath of office and delivered his inaugural on the 4th of March h was beastly drunk, and by bis conduct disgraced bis position, tbe Senate and the (lovernmeot. (le was so much in toxicated that he could not articulate plain; tie even forgot the name of the Secretarv of the Saw. flis speech was Mine, disconnected and valg.r. The Senators bung tbeir beads in shame hile the audience was astounded Think of sneh an exhibition as this be fore the representatives of foreign Gov ernments! It is not ftranjre ttuit they looked on with amazement. This is the conduct of a man beld up to tbe people a paragon of lovlty, virtue and statesmanship. Tua Vice President of he 1. nited Mates a common drunkard! A bad feature in the matter is. that such papers as tbe Tribune, Times and Press to conceal the truth: tbev have no words of censure for such disgraceful conduct. Other Republican paper have the courage to condemn it in proper terms, and we publish extract from them below. If a Democratic Vice Pres ident bad thus disgraced himself and the country tbe whole Abolition press ould nave resounded with it. It some times wake s dinerence whose o i gored. ANNUAL HliPOUT pacific Inttir ConMUiye rv coMPMAxric with Tnr ACT or TIIK I be.. tnte ..f the State of rtif..rr ia eh'if led ' An -t rvt-eeetine Cwrivmrisaa. taias.s d Arri "1. 11W. the Parfi- tnairance rmt-nv f Pan Iran. iar. avkn lit- Mlow.nK Annual Ke-i.n : I. Tbeamonnt.aMae Canifal ltw-fc ,4th"m I .any i-ani wd mtJ.-M. arfaVV.WWW U Theam..utitoftheai-tei.t.t.al f III THI? OOMPANT HAS itO BKnTS. IT. The atnnnt of in-nranre efrrted dnrine tbe ear. and whn-h remained Vrre IWc 31 t. ta.s KIKE. tTS.H ARINE. .. Tbf-r.awmwv ertm-neaced anderwTHintr Marir-e Ki .anirnet 11. V. Thi-Comt-nv In-wrea arainat the fH !. nk. vix: HuiMifga. tlHwehol riimttnre. Wr- handie Ken'a, larhl t and Pernal fr.perty V. Ttii a'.rtiip'Tiy mill t ken atv v'trat-clatiw ':ik n. to exceed f7 art t- limit fii-d by law hi on mi mrtre rt-Kwiu r innret.. aneaiit cm n-teat with Prudence in other I.eirttiMe 0ni- pamt-tt. J. HUM, I'reaidetit. A.J. B t.!-Tosi, WretHry. J-an Fmnciarsi. Jatnr 19th. I6. W.11,;,m .-.lvrd M WiU-n i W Belt Wt-ill Cham Wnvne Vlnrt'n'heenu A lnt Seliuman W illiam Ibtofer l.hd Tvia A itMn Milr, J.dm 1 Bray II 4. ward l H c Rice C M-vr l .1 Oliver ..(hen Hull w r i'UT.n Jhn B Vtfi TL Marker Klwa-d Martin Jn It Kfemev-y l ' Mil'. W lli-ntShe-rniai. H llnnw-mann l bn 'K irl I. B Ib-nehl- Alfred Bond M.ws-1111. r fiTlitton W illiam -h lla K I. ;oldtin I, ni- M ne V.r-.w f Mi, b.hn U'utttman Olivr K'diidce P I, Wrivr I. Sari.- A H F-rbe- David tern J i Kelloec Freder'k Bilinira State of rall'omU. Cityand Cmnfr of Sb Tran ctwoi s: Oit tin .h d v sf J;ni-T. A. I 1 ' itet-tmal'v a ns,'Te1 b-tore me. H mano. a V iy nhVc. m and ..a tl e i..irite an 0"nity. ai d the ein re-linr. dnlv ronit.n' atvlavHti. A J Bii'tn. wl... Ie n;dn1v aworn dl dtfVMwae a-d aay that be m the feretary ..." the rm inr lnmin.ni lntpaov, and tint the arate miisi c-a.t4.ined In t .e forerinr Be:or of the Ka itVc IwAainuice Compauy are true full td r- rect. A. J. BAL-TiiK, Sworn and rnibarribed to bef -re me, thif lrh da of Jan. A D. lin. H S. HOM AN?, Notary Public f5,www MRVADi STATE BOXDS kepoHited with Bank .-f-'abfTniaat TirtdntaCit in ctmplianre with t e itwa aT tte M .t. Rlf K 4k. ettRKTT. At WelU, Pareo A Co.e Office, Affeaitt aTwarwfi in. jdnnarr i t-il-tT FOR JflENTl 1'HK aT01!E IN Tilt CnrxTT nrn.WNO, 1 a- w occupied by Messrs. Mandlettaiim I ihritier. I'lissessKin uiven cuiImr-, lh66. Ap lv Ut aentemtier th. 1a. m the tTlh i f s,t. ti. . row not , Coantv Clerk. se.tr A. T. HAWLBT, Attorney-atLaw, CABSOX CUT, XBTADA Offlca a, t wafC Brfrk fasfldinf, np stairs. B.11-U s. T.-ino x. i e i whip m xWniary ait!n trat.ie wnn weas l-veit.-i Mini tar it nf the hfwrt, lark f afifMiite. dirtfaSM afwr ealitif;. t'rii liver, cuo- ipatfioo, Ac , oVvirrve to -off-r if tbej will n4 try the celebrated fL A STATICS BITi hifh are nw reoAnaiended try the highest al rsfwlaathoritit and warraatHl to pfadawe mm itm- mmdimte. henrAcial effttct. Tbvy are aMidiiitcly agreeit&t, prtctly pun, atid auDt raprowl all ther tonica whrea healthy, ceutle atiniaUa iareqatred. They parity, tttrenctHen and in vi .orate. Tlty eaamte a beiJthy atiietite Thy are aa ant i-bite t chMnxrv f wt-r and dit They atrPtitfthe-D the atTittcm and enliven ttte tttitfl They prevent miaamatW and internittt-nt fveni. They parify the breath and aecidity of tbe h. They core Iy9pepsia and r4tntipatitn. They cure LiTr Cwiplaiot and X?rv-m flMi-larhr. Th-y nuke the weak atronr, the lan raid htil iant. and ar exli4ii-t-d nature prt rwtnr.r. They are mpiM-d ..f th c-l-bnttHt Calitava tiark. wint?-Tn, mni'mm, rt and hrta all preaervM in perfrtly pnre Pt. Cmiv. ram. For particular, ee circular, and t.mial around each bottle. Beware t imTwiattmt. Fxamine evt-ry rnittle "e th it it ha Mir privat C ! atamp uiniiBtila- tedovrt-theevrk, with rlnalttn arene, and oar i trim are tm a one t-si piat? fie lanel. je that ur bottle la not refilled with pnriw and d-l- tHen atnlT. Any per'n pret-ndi'g t ftt-tl Plantation Bittera by the eV n or bulk an im p-wt-w. Any per-n iwftatitiff thf- bttle, m-(w11- npt anv other tnateri! thtvin, wheth-r called lantatin Bittern orn acnminal auder the '. P. Ij-w. a id will te prfwertitf! by . The demand fi Prakf'a rtantation Bitten. fr.-m lad. , clerteynien. mercban'. a, i incrediblv. The aimple trial of a Imi1- it the evident-- we pre etit 4f their w-rth and nieri'ritv. Th-v are Id by all repetab,e dn:jcta. prr-r. pbr-j. rlana, hotels, mbnn, ateaml-at arid cnntry atoraa. VAGirOtTA WATCV. A toilwtVlicht. Snpor to ny 0'''acr-. ned to bathe the ftve and perwon, t r-nW the k'n aoft atd freah. to allav iuftaniniarbn, to perfume ct'fhin, for bea-U.-b, A-. U ia manrfrf ured from the rich fraithem Magnolia, and it btatn in(C a patronaee quite unpice.lented . It ia a fa vorite with actri aaea opera ainf-eni. It ia td by all dealer. a tl m in lanre b-t1ea. and by ! BtiutftvACo.. n'ewTork. ah 4Je Antfl Tt Is a avwi delirbtfal flair Itmwing. It eeMtcav.w?nrf and dsndrnff ft k-ep the head eiml anil clean. It Mkf. the b.h- rich, a-ft an-t r''iT- It ice vent, bair turning pay and ftlli-pen". It restore, h.irnisw prematurely liatd hewls. Tlii. isjast wl-a Lynn-. Kathxinm will ito. It is iretty it isehearmnaMe It I. litemll .M by the ear-hail, anil yet its alnKwt increiltMe le man.1 is daily Incre inr. nn'il there ir h-ir.llv a uutry store that due. not keep it, ur.fi.iuii that d.iew not nse it. K. TIIUM A I.TOX. Oi-mist, X. T. I.vs-s Ex-arr or rre Jawttcs nine.m f.- Itulicestinn, Slansea, Hearttmrn Si-k llea-taclie Ch-ilera Morbus, Fla-alency, c wtiere a warm itiae stimnlant is renuired It. careful firetsini. n and entire fimivy make :t a cheap and relia ble article . culinary purp-pld everv where, at Mtet.. per l-.til-. Ask fttr Lrns V Pure Kxtract. Take nt other. Pestb to rut. It is well known that tyon's Kenuine Jtaenetic Pow.ler will perfectly de-troy everytliinft in tbe shape of fleas, ticks, b-d bu, risK-hes. c.t that it is perfis-t peieen to the in sect trilie. bat entirely harmless to the human fanitly and doatestir animals. The penuiae has the signature of E. 1-l u, anil the private samp of Dix.is r.tsscs A Co. anything else of this kind is aa imitation or count-rfeit. Any drug gist will procure the genuiu.if y.m insist joa will have no other. Wantatlsn BHtera laaalla Va- er Lywei'eKatltatrM Ls-wat's asssa- er-E.ywi"a Fha ewrtes-. For sale by aTUSCKTON A WARMER, Je2-Iy .Cam Ot j, Nevada. nULLEII'S nOTEL. Carm Street, two dums stsxth of Thir4, CAUSOX CITY, NEVADA. i r cntsccarra And is anw ia the bands of acf the snt EZPEXIEsTCXO LABBLOKOt Osi fwilaW Coaswt I The andersiswrd. ia solicit ima; a aan af sMic pslr.si.in-, w.NiM rfsK-rtfnlly rasa m at to the T.-rmer l-airm wt LUIk S ItU ' El. tn twrttoa lar and to tue public ia general that ac aai nat Table, Kltclhea To t foil j Eqmal with the Best ia EmtU A nd trn ttia hv a diliren atvf ffaithfal attwfian t til plrritrt Will be tVaind rtM with tlb-i Te rNir T" Perani twrrvt m la Frammia, rii alien ah-iired . and thr Vrv bei4 f W"itte-. l.ttl n-ra and all tbe dlkaciea ia tbe aaarket will be f Utj'l here. JACOB ALLEStKH. jv.;4-tf ST. CuABLES HO TIG L Rcorcrrio!. iccss the vtomc is BrspErrrri lt m 3 forme-l that the prraatif ta.smr4 an-1 ldrina alb9-1 vneauove BKmaaea. well erawreal aw4 ia- UlsaT FI11ST CLASS nOTEL Have Been Reduced tn cesnfara ith trie tiaw. Tbe Snltiartnsr taaas li n t n est :.i.iti -1 to take effect on ant after the ith Jo y, 1a: BOARD. PER WBBK, BOARD aatsl LODGIIC, Slaxsjlc Rwwana, nter week, frwam ll !. X B. Aa Kxeetlesat Baar aaa aB ) m-slerQ cmTf mrm-ii e attarbed to tbis R41. tiEOBCE T(.n.r, jyS2tf IISUS2. JJ5 THIS llirTKI. I.s JfKW AMI OettPLKTr. a-s in all tta hxtare. aa-1 4Tees e: liuet-nieut. U- tlie traveiiug iatitic. THIS ROOMS) are large and well v-ii:ite!. THR IRDt are . th. beat quality and kas ia th. bast dtti. TAB TABLB sopflicd with the Isrst the market aJJords, and THR BAR is eqaal to any and excelled hy anae. A .bare of i-uMi vatrunac is rfs-rtfpUy as Ik-iteil. CoiiBtTT KR.-THEK4. e"Vtf friet.w. IMPERIAL FIRE IKSUBAKCE COSPATT t !- LONDON CAH CAPITAL MMc)M VU. l.o?KS PI0 ssljustnient, in 1. e. IvtWFMATELT c. id r an. Messrs. rAl LKNKR. Mil A CO . Agents. !au Franctaa. 1. E-OAHklTT. Agent. ranmCity. a-tf JOHX WAG NEK. caaiMix city JACOB BXIsTB BREWERf IXVITB THE ATTEST." OTK II friends and the puhlic in geaetal to the Mest Peaieer lt--ery in the Territore. where .e .re pre-ared a: alt titties to fanaiab uaraatr-aw wnn ft In lare or mall qttantitiara. At the ttbortept notioa. We alo wi-h t intimate owr frienda that It crtdniive ! health ti laihitse a ra4 and t.ammc dranght 4 tauwarili ri(a.a newragc. tpelbeT with BWitxer kvi ri-t-tr-! Malt and llopa aapidted to tie. i niit- vTAOVKR 4 KLIXC CAESCN CITY BEEVEKT WC1 SaiLE. pnF lXIKR?IGNtD BEG TO aale. GHEeiF FOK CASH, The Orson C ty Brewery, with all tbe Axtarol osn ig:ii( theretu. jnani vi(in, JsOWKLICUI. Cars, ai City. Harcb , MK, FECIAL SUIK ES. aMsnaagiNithe Ana rswaeaay 1 e. V. wauwarr. r. L .. T. a- , T' - prerVMv. at WawwAr BkBt auKtwt attssadawee . ., m,A iPHewss IHllS f f JaM-tt " mn " a iat ifiat n 'waia wtir aeaaa as nracbmr-nealtbvtbaaaatuf tbe otbir a in tbe tate. i.that we bav. tan4, wan mfrr. and evei llisdv bae tfceir IHw aa4 Wedjchw a Haarfct. Vanar.rtfRtkwa. wan a. rare article.. sn-1Scl A. W. TJABCR. IS BtTT-KMNB TO CAR-nT. THE PATBOW. ageasT An mi i H h aaV w tenartTallvslieH- PrTE AtC. a. tl.awn-. Iw-. a. a HSce B.iMing. mmZjt UtERIC ULftl. Ea L. e.BSO. Hatisg rrnrHACEt the ixtebest AasaesW. Oray i. tb- ab auaaa. Wall ouotinae the aaeia m an h.m.ae. at- il s-rs-sk in-l-t.tr-4 wiU - - and settle their .a 4 acr hata HAGITOLIA 8AL00H, cocbt docse Btiorm. caksox cttt. ajTJDRlTBIR PCPBBTtSIOX OF THE sTBU. GEORGE LEWIS. The east of wins, ircwts akb rsnrnt wmhi, T. J. EDWAKtM. Agaat. PAUaOtJ. - - . TELL Vrir TOXeoftlAt. PAIaWB Bathing Eenwiltstianetit will alwaaa W i.ir 4V44 Sassarawaatallh.ssni J. i-ltrf ncaqraRTCBa saunas. VICTCX A. BULirX, lrcprirtcr. HAmM IVaTHAwrt) THE e.VW SJB King street, lately kept hy Lnaw arpia.ww aepfaweedt.iseeailhie-Mtjnaafcaadlba tathai m isiiy. " p. in .m Willi WlMt, V-CITE HI A CSIX Rtw( Mrees.ajes. fi myS ABCwtB! flit, AEVABA THEITER S1L0VI! SatTAXZA PtlWCH! SCDAstXA mnrcn!! tiere ..si csa get The CrVftNK SsifSfrA Pt-v-rH is at tbe TREATb-B MLM. they have ju-4t vw-eiet traa 5 -a S'ratsH-o, m rha anginal fsakare Ul Mtt: FVT Willi; KEV -ls-ttir tie- t l.i-rs ft, tlie aiatt-t. SI. Jri.Es BOflBIJI MINT ItliAMtT. AH oldAa- BIT A BRISK. MOinXE A PAKKEk. Aagwai 4. lrf VUSSEESL CIGAIL ST03E. JACOBS A I'LATT. lealen ia ettM Hirsa ww Pawi site tTtsiara, Virsrlwxa. FaaadsAws; wwal Cterlc CaavaVt aiehia-tf UltG STREET HASXET, nmr (arsM. rarsa rity. JoIiia Uorstscr Sr. Co. RE'PFTTVII IT rFrtt;W THF PTM.TC that tliev keesj w laai.4 tt tfaear aaarket. FrwA Meals of ail kinds. r? awaawain y(t TTOX. mitAE, TEAL. Ala. Preiai tlam, ard eber Sawssgea. Basa- bead rkmr and P44 Passlinga. All of Which ttevwil! s-ll as cheap mm aar etbcv bsstcharintbeeT avls-tr . KObbJlK ft 00. i. a. a, r. OvJai w.. naaa aaW.lar I... muiaaat T seassak. f ssrahvgBeetlm Mg salsaxsaanB ai.iwi.awl. iwvwsw ataiaal. . c. met cm. i. a. . usuisiw.a, awe. Par. 1 ran I awl 3