THE DAILY APPEAL
S. IT- TJlffhels: ::::::::::: Edit or.
FsMar Haa-slc. Sept. 20, ia.
TEX XEBEL DEBT.
While the C jpperhrnds are duinjj their
worst te tear doa the national credit,
(key aad their allies, the rebels, are ia
dmstrienel at work desiring plans for
making tbe assumption of the Confede
rate Debt a possibility in the future
legislation of tba country. Indeed,
bat Bare effectual scheme for (be ul i
ata triumph of tba " lost cause" ran
be conceived of than tbat which con
templates the destruction of tbe Federal
credit T Iu power to raise money gonr,
ad this Government would be impotent
tar Mlf defeos. And we think it has
already bee a mada apparent that the
Capperhead Democracy are bent npon
impairing the faith of the Govetnnieut.
We think it equally demonstrable that
they meaa to devote their energies to-I
ward bringing about a recnpuition by
this Government of the bin ling f.irte
npon itself of the liabilities imnirred
by the rebel authorities in carrying on
tba war f.T tbe establishment of the
Southern Confederacy. This proposi
tion, at its firit biub, seems Too tuu-arroa-'ly
absurd f r serious coniiilera
iin. Kut we mast remember Conprrs
regards 1 tt as of sufficient moment !
ta make the repudiation of thoe liabiii
ties the gts of one of the clauses cf the
raposed Constitutional AmendoieatS
That clause is rendered recess. ry to
Stop an j legislation in favor c f the
Confederate Irl.t wiiich uiijrl.l be at
tempted upi q tbe premises tbat tbe
South having assumed the attitude of a
foreifn p.iaer, and been conquered 1;
tba Guternment of the United Slates,
tbe Government is therefore liable, un
der the lava of nations to assume and
lianidata that iadrbte Joe-s. Lauis
Napoleon made the Jeckf-r Cini.n an es
case far going to war a'tinst Mexico ;
aad tba Jecker CUici (tor less than a
eaillion dollars) was incurred by Ortega
for mnoey borrowed of a wiss I anker,
ia an attempt ta overthrow the right
fail? constitute' Mexican Government.
Indeed, it is argued bv those who arr
ateres;ed ij tbe paruietit of the Con
federate Bonds that tbe I'nitel Stares i?
ra3p33s".bie f.r th-ir pavtaent in mi
view of the rue that is, whether the
revohei S;aes are to be consMere 1
aefer Having serered themselves from
the Union, or whether tbiy did become
f sreign power. It is contended that i
they were never out cf tbe Union, thei
eeeapied the attitude of Wards toward
tae Gnvernmeni, lh-ir guardian ; and
that in such case the jrusr liun is re
possible for the psjtie nt of toe Ward's
We may be sure tfcat ma'ter of
(igasric a enpniio l' as the Cinf-derat
Dent is eat without able and ingeuiou
advocates of its pivinrnt nut of th
Treasury of tbe United State.
- aaasnats in the area e to eometbicp
like four tb'tasand miltious of dollar
The evidences of tbat indebtedness are
bald by same of lbs most powerf
capitalists uf England and Frauce. Tv
be tors, tbry have not bees actually
tbe Market since tbe fall of Richmond
awt the j ars still heid on to hopefully
by their possessors. There is another
targe class of rebel-created liahilitie
eld by resi leots of the Southern Spates
Toe payment of these by tbe Govern
lent at Washington is being constant!;
pressed. Thera is every reason for be
lieving tiiat much ol tlie money wbich
ie seed to itifl'ience election! ia favor ot
tbe Democratic party is systemtlically
disbursed by Confederate bond nolderi
im tbia country and ia Europe. Tbry
Could well afford to expend one-half of
it! amour, lo be insured tbe assumption
of the whole of it by to rich and sol
vent a Government as ours.
la Ibis connection, we are gratified to
keeasured, a poo $o good an authority
ca tbe Washington Carjuicle, tbat Gen
oral Grant, whose nomination for th
Presidency seem likely, comprehend
Ibis phase ia tbe situation of public
Tairs ia all its magnitude. Ia the is
' awe of that paper for September 2d, we
tad the following :
General Grant regards the financial enndi
eim of tbe country as second ia importance: Hou n w Cor belt. U. S. Senator from
. aal ! the areat nuestioa of national recon-1 . . . .
!rr.ction, an. regrets all impediments to the Oregon, arrived here yesterday by the stearo
mster. aut ecly ea account of their manifestly er OrUkmme, from Portland.
evil inflaenrr ia exciting rebellious passions. ' Central America new per steamer Cbiua
bat became the add lanrely to our nation:.! reports the return to Panama of tbe two
indebtedness. He is aaxioas for aa speedy a . , -
recoa.uctwnoltheUoionai.e .u.l.Ie Rlllrcild CommiaMonera that have been in
with safety and the permanent sreuntv of Bogota for many month ia the intrrei-t
the rishta of the people. Kv thepioplehr .fthe railroad company, having completely
hH' n0t- VT h" aucceeded in nrgot-ating a renewal of the
hi'hert.i bet n the case in the South. " " .
He baa great f .ith in the recuperative ener ;prent company's charter for a period of
gies of tb nation, and doe not d..iibt that ninety-nine years. The General G.'Vem-
with an ecimomicaladniitiiotratiftn the tixa-' . . : , nmi rwui H,t
.- . - , . . , , , meet of liojrota receive l,ow,UOv naiu uui-
tion of the country nnuht aafelv be reduced
tothe atandardof necery expenditure, ir,- lars down and an annual rental from the
elusive of interest on the public d b leaintf line of Sr250,(.H) in consideration of an ex
the pa. ment cf the deht itelf to the Fr..w.h tfns5 of ,h, chiirter d cottCedinB to the
of the eountrv, winch he thinks will he very I '
npid upn adjuaToient of our diffiiuliio. company the IUnd of Manzanillo and b:tt
lle itherefire dirnw t Me reronstructin 1 ever binds mav be rt quired for imuroveii.fiits
accoiupuneu in accoraanee wiin me ihm
wUbe and upon the magnanimous policy of
the rrcon-oriictiin raeaxuren, th it our jtov
ernment expenditure may be safi ly reduced
tit a peare stand; rd.
The plunderers of the Treasury, who made
up so lari:e a proportir-n of Secretary Man
ton'a aaiilants. will find no less rcMStmice
ftom Gt-neial Grant to the prepo-terous
claiina which they are tryinit to puh thruiiti
tUe War Department. Hawng ft.ught the
war all through the South, nt one under
stand the ch-rac:er of the s-ca!lrd war
claims from that quarter betterthaii ii nera!
Grant ; and he kmm full well that if once
the door isthrown op?n to thein tht tne na
tional rrrnaurv wotii.l he literaliy swamped
by the tmtoid millions nay. thousand .f
uf niilli'ins that ir-uH be askel for. The
pe.;!c i.f the rth have hut a !iirht eom-prchn-iouof
the en.-rnwus ii:re:ate of un
just clai nis whii h would be broinjht forwar l
to swell ihe burden f the public delit nd
corrupt all the efisnncts of 5 vt rninf.iir, un
less they get the reconstruction n:easures of
It is of the urmist importance to the
fimiice of The country that the War !'
pirttnent snould he presided over bv an in
corruptible olfieer of uni-iijieai-hable iuTe
ri'v. Such a m-in is General li'ant ; ut h a
man is Kowin M. Manton. Uf the latter w
mav thit even his bitterest foes have
never d irtd to assail his intcjrri'y, and it i-
icrefore pratifvini; to know that we sha.l
ave hi:n laci& iu hla place iu e:i;hv davs
from tliis time.
The preetv;ion of the coun'ry's
redil and the imnossihilry of the
obecie for sad.llinc the Confederate
ht upon the nation demand the coo-
nned unitr and future success of the
nion party ; and, inasmuch as Grant's
jminaiion presents iuelf as the most
available course for the Nation! lie
ublican Convention if next year, this
surance of the General's soundness
npon this very vital matter is as grati
fying as it is well timed.
8 AS FR AX CISCO DISPATCH
From the Virginia F.nterprise of yeterJar.
Svsi Fi:xric., Sep-cmber 13. The T.
-1. S. S. Co. 'a s'eamship Ciiina arrived this
mr.rnins; from New York, via the 5t-aiTs of
Micellaa ard Fnnatna. The Ciiina is a
sister ship to the Great Krputdic and
Celestial Kmpire. an.I is the secand of the
masrtiihcent vessels l.uiit by thr conip :ny
expressly for the San Francisco, Jap in, and
China tradr. The Colorado will go out of
rommisMon for the present, and will be
h'.roughly overhauled before going to sea
The steamer Oonstru'ion sailed for Pan
ama tins morning with 2T.3 passengers and
Si',"! in treasure. lion. S- B. Axtel
Democratic Cengrcssman elect, who is
among her passengers, was presented with a
5"-5Mi watch by bis friends and political par
tisan last evening.
General Miller has received orders from
the Secretary .f tbe Treasury to make an
ificial visit toall the posts of California and
the adjacent islands, ro report their com
wercial capabilities, tbe condition of public
;r pcrty at each. etc. The Wyanda has
been selected for the service and will be ab
sent several weeks.
The Chileans of this city elrbraed the
anniversary of their country's independence
to-day by the usual demonstrations.
Kdwin Hall, foreman for Defiees & Chase,
was accidentally atmck upon the bead by a
descending coal-bucket yesterday and had
bis spine broktn. lie died an hour after
ward. The schooner Hester sailed to-day for the
wreck of the steamer Shubriek. &he carries
urn and apparatus to take out the engines
and machinery of the Shubriek, and will
save everything that is worth saving. The
idea of attempting to get the Shubriek off
appears to be abandoned.
Sister Francis McEnnis. of the Catholic
Orphan As)!um, acknowledged the receipt
of 1,3 )'J in gold, bring one half of the net
proceeds of the Hayes and Iliggins fund.
A fire broke out at o o'clock a. M . in
Hy ward & Coleman's oil store, on Front
strtet, which, by hard work, was extin
guished without great loss. The Second As
sistant Knginrer of the Fire Department
fell through an open hatchway and was se
Alexander Pope, an old resident of San
Francisco, and late of San Joaquin County,
was found dead in a field near bis ranch. A
rope was attached to his arm and his horse's
neck, leading to the supposition that the
horse became frightened and ran away,
tramping on the deceased so as to cause his
Edward Magrath died of delirium tremens
on board the schooner Brilliant, yesterday.
- ! soon after her arrival from Mendocino.
;.!, nw wnrk. ete
N'uth Amrrican dates are from Valpa
raiso to AiKU?t 9. The news from Chile
is meagre. Nuthiiur later has been heard of
the nioveintnts of the Spanish fleet, and the
intentions of the Spaniards are kept com
pletely dai k. The excitement in Valparaiso
h:iR subsided considerably, but commercial
interests aie peculiarly sensitive to the lat
alarm. Mr t ook. United State Secre'ary
of I.eirtition at Santiago, expired on t!ie 6m
of August, and was buried with military
The Ovei'.and line is still down. No N v
York quotations since tbe KUli.
Mining stocks reacted to-day, and the
whole list closed firm at advanced q u ta
tions. Flour is in pood demand. Sales of orno
barrels fxtra, in half and quarter sack?.
t 5''. n'K C 7-5.
Wheat isfirr.i at $"K"'2 10 for (tnod to
ehoire crades with exceptional sa.rs tit
-S"- l'--T l- ; sale of good milling at
07; ehoire, "2 10; good shipping.
l.irgsi.le, S5 '2' ; choice milling, 2 VI. ;
Santa ("lata, S J 2 per 100 pounds.
lvuley is ultt. New crep at SI 7-(" I S ;
Id cnip, Lrcwini;, at $1 S5' 1 W per Uo
Oats is steady at SI 70 0 1 S-
ide price for en.. ice heavy.
NHW 1'Al.I, HOODS.
KOPPCla & PJaATT.
(arson City. !laI;i,
HAVr.l!r RKCUVKD A MlW LOT lil
FalL i.tH.ll, euuaisliiig of
nl-:v si: its,
MOOTS A X D SllOtS
WHICH TliKVOFFKIt tOR SAl.f CIIKAP.
oTit i iitsttvitrr i t v.
-oTirK IS IIFKEUY C.IVEN THAT AT
H-'-v-iii,- f :l,r rt-.lii rs f l t.i.I.:
.VVfcK. Ki k.i.t. lir'ti t ;!. . fli. v- .l J.
s-it-v. I i , l:rtbrt'r in baiifcruf y f-i- ih-i.-;itt
t N ti., at Virii.fci- lity, iu rf.r
s.Th ,uy f -ei t.-nil.rr. A. 1". 1ST. V. Wil-.
t v' tri ii iiv. in thf ! orit of ittii-I v. :i -;t..;
?;tt. tiu y cl.-wsrii AlgTia of t i.r -f
u l iki ni l. MTti thHt th Kptatf whs tin n
.nit fttv-r- tiul acMursi tu lL -uU Uil.it.y li.c
-.ti l Ke M.t. If
wiion in FuriiAM.K Fin
th tAl.ij.S frlkAM
PM.S FOR SLC CHEAT!
It liresl iu the country; or will xihai.ge tr
It B. H. VEDKR.
A rONTKACT WILL BK l.KT FY THE
rV uit'iTBi:n-l for drlivcriftg S"vnry I.vt-C..r4f
ot .rd t:i tU-s Wm, in CeU-MvB Cty"
For I"ii4-t f pvairut and uthr nrirul-r3 iu-j-iiif
:tt t'lrit:. C. N. MM KH AhK,
HOBEUT B. SIIAKP,
H.-s c tvci ii ikii in." vr rit w r- r W7-f-
a:iti st't.iutrvl a larst uruiy uf lf t.-?
i tola' MaLet i.tl tr-,ai riaa i tkhctscv ai.cis . t-f-aivii
T d GoAal alwtMtlAl Urk lit
H will be ilfa.I in old mstimien. aod
Jiuy t rr onm who may favor biui itu ir.tli.
AH kind mt ena.l ry prln
tfc la f i ckaBia;c far ricMtat work.,
nch & lieaa;1rly9 katcr,r)(K.Ar.
Irflic on Carton itnrt, o(Mite tlie ri iza,
CatwU. NevaU. aull-tt
irTov wast a eooo artklf.
A .f l.'llEltlMi 101lACl.lt K" tu J.ILUU
i-LA'lT'S, tlrnubj Uoiim corner.
ii-stHi t ilT,
Neat auur to MnnckUn'aDnig Store, Catauu Civ
rnnis rkstacrant having bken kew-
X Ij rentnl ttirutiKli.ait. i nuw avm t'mm rive
u'clm-K in the ai.a-uiug aiitu ten o ciu'k at Titiit
ami is supi'lied with &il (lie luxuries (tie Ha.se
aliurue. oivs mat a call.
WM. r. JOT.
IK TOtT W AWT A RKALLV FIXE
1 llavatmClirar. the best ulars ta net ii is at
JACOBS a fLSTTh CIUAR T0KK. who have
jnst reriiivnt aa ii.voice 4 DIAZ HIANUKe, the
nert ciearmvaw wiasaaa, wa aua aaj-neat aj.a
jnds luv yeaneives. eui
A. B. DUIESBACHs
V hmlwaale aadi Retail
13 A U Is E Y !
'AliSt)N CITY. Nl-.VADA
J.)-EPM HA5LCUwlM. t (JACOB TOEI?IW.
HASDLEBAIJM & T0BMNEE
Corner Cmraon antl M,i(r 1..,
O A. jCi. S3 OTJ OITT.
U' K Wi'l 1 11 f Al.l. THE ATTENTION Or
iU I'utiii,' to oi.r
STOCK OF GOODS!
We k"2 c i.siartv i: hai:d a lur-e iituck of
Men's Furnishing Goods !
A:: J a-s t:i ie-.it of
CEXEHAL KEP.CHAXDISE !
All of v!,itli i ffr at
W 11 0 1 . 1 . S A I . I ; r. . 1 I i I ": A 1 1.
Very Xiow Prices :
Orders from the loantry Praa.tly
lic-rf STTKNIiKb T.
ONE MLLXMAN MORE!
SELLING OUT! SELLING OUT!
THE EXTIRE STOCK OF
S HOW OFFERED FOR SALE
HEK'S LED ICYS' CL0TEIXG!
X Xt "77" I
fevBoots & Shoes.
TETJUKS and VALISES!
mya a Vea eke. aa3-tf
LAST CH ANCE!
AIIIRAtJX & E0WIF3.
Fositivcly CIcec their Store
GGtlx of Go.jitcaii'loojrl
C..uei;!'y tVr:KTllllJ in the
DRY GOODS LINE
WILL T.U Sdl.I)
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
Aoitn.;ix Si. bowie.
caro. am) r.nrinc
t:PRESS L 1 K I
ON AND f
n - t.x;.r.
AMI AKTt : Tll IHTK,
I WILL BVX
1 11 laB and I QIJ IIS
I.itmik rwr-.ti at 7 A. V. lu.d:1 I'. U.; leave
;.:i.-o, i t 1 A. M nifj :i r .
U M H'tlKA. I'l. irietor.
.JOHN E. CHENEY.
CrocerifS, Fioisioc Liquors. Ac,
Corner aelcfcrapu ai.a tat.on St ,
nAVINU I'l l: HSHi tU. M.iKE 1.ATK
l)il!irll J J fr:n-. .tl ( uU-
ia..tl ,-ulbl.ua 1m. , r a..u tluc --. I i li.t (. t of
GROCERIES AKJJ PHOVISI0I8,
Dsj i in t a; t
V ALII ORM t II .491 S.
Fi-esli lUtnt'li Hntter.
not R, CORB RE11,
frfcai.cafiand Dried rralta,
X o o lz. o t Cutler y.
WISES ASD LIUltlHa.
r-F.-aif n.I f r tin lace, corner Telegraph aa
CariH.n alluvia, fvuruo IIoum.
Joll.N E. CHENEY.
July 1.1, 17. Jri-r
SWISS STOMACH EIITEEt!
TtTJy-Tlieb.-n Purifier ,f tlie Blood)
JL It X a I'lt-aiuit l.n-c!
A vtMJ Atct-ablr think!
Un- Tirattl fr acMtiff nr1y Imt
-iiTly mi ill? ft-ieti n f th kid
1its, t. lsBtfinach a&U livrl
Fr al at all w t-olfMatls and rvtail
liquor, fii iifC UiU grm.-t?iy aiur-a.
Nobody should be without it!
J. G. FaiecB, Prorriet.ir.
TAYLOR A BKNDKL, ?o!e Ageata,
jel-ly 413 Clay St.. Fan PraiH-iere.
TURNER & KNAPP,
MANCHCILF.tr.S AND DIALERS IS
liEOOTS AKD LTATHEB,Civ
Have on ni. a oi.kat assolimb
uf FINE and Ml.MNG bOuTS.
CtiO at Ltx U Xadr. U Oxd,r and Warranted ta
Repalrlag dune witk neatnen and aiafiatcs.
AIm. iatbei ana feb.ie iud.ne. vwueietiniE ff
Lem.iue Jeovtt Call and Kii, ilack and LuuBg
O- Brirk Store, wpynaite tbe Pisaa,
Carm City, Jal J 2, 1M7. yS-tf
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