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THE DAILY APPEAL
H. J?. JUlffhels: :::::: :::::Editor. TMtlar Hnli, Jam. 81, 1868 cow its gaunt limbs with the cast offj SAM FSANCISCO DISPATCH apparel of the Republican party ; and j From the Virginia Enterprise of Sunday. thai does it belie itself by attempting to appropriate for its own use and bene "THE KEGE5EBATED DEMOCRACY." When Mr. Eugene Casserly made bin peech, accepting the Senatorial nom ination, the other day, in Sacramento, be alluded to his party as ' the regen erated Democracy." This expression would seem to mean that the Democratic party bad been, or was thought to have been by Mr. Casserly, born again When, bow or under what circam stances thus " regenerated " we are at a loss to comprehend. Tbey say that n man undergoes a complete transform tion once in every seven years. Inas much as the Democrats lost their control of the Governme back part California in imaginative uasserly saw the " regen oration " aforesaid iu that concatena tion of circumstances. Or, hare meant to convey, in a sly and 'aid-over' covert manner, that the Democratic reptile was moltiag its viperous skin Sas Francisco, January 18. The jury in the case of Captain Windsor, of the snip In- 6t the results of that Radicalism which ' T Adam. first mate ,he same it so loudly denounces. It is safe to vessel, has been indicted for beating the conjecture that when Reconstruction is In thj Twemh District Court, E. R. Car accomplished, it will seek to pilfer a penter has obtained a judgment against the cuy ui VAiiiiauu jur iuv,-uu, share of the popularity which that mag nifirent scheme will have in af'er years, by naming as its standard bearers such weak one R m-v. f-n-n time to time. grow weary of doing rieht and straggle awav from the Radical ranks. If steal ine from a rag hajr will " reeenerate The corner stone of the Advent Sunday School Chapel was laid to-day with appropri ate ceremonies. The delegates of the different circles of the Fenian Brotherhood have resoived to give a grand ball in this city on the evening of the 16th of March. Kx-Lieuterant Governor Sam. Purdy, who arrived from the East on the last steamer, came accredited by the Treasury Department a coatless beggar then is the Democracv to investigate Internal Revenue matters on mat whftt Mr Passci-Tv ven'nrrrl In ""', " ". J J aWiira pronounce it. The women's Co-operate Union is nearly organized Gold opened in New York at 13S, and closed at the same price to-day. rFromtlieVireinia Enterprise of Sunday.1 tenders, ,J.tri ,6c. Mining stocks are quiet at the following BY STVTE T7I,EGliAPH. THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Company, OP NEW YORK. This Company Established in 1847 CASH ASSETS OVER $33,000,000. Dividends Annually and Paid One Year from Date of Policy. mllE ENPERSIfiNKD HAVING BEES AP X pointed Aircnt of the aforesaid Company for Carson 1 lty and ioinuy. wmnu can in aueuuou of such persons as contemplate LIFE INSURANCE To the superior mlvantairea nnVrwl to Policy b'ldrra hy ttii Company. Policies on Ntth the Life and Endowment i-laii may be eflected on from Si, ikio to $40,000. Harticuiar attention is railed to the rates as compared ith those of other companies. . n.n j . Raleigh, IN. C), Januarv 17. The con- quotations: aiu:;:i, sow; noma curry, OFFICE with V. K. PAKKlssua, nt in 1860 and got . . 1 , , .. , SSfl- Prnwn Pinr SfllO Hale Norcross. , , . , . ivennon organized 10-aay. nesoimions ae- v n 1 -u-. or.oo . Slate Coalroiitr, of their power hj carry ng , . .. , , ,. . . S-',9 0 ; Ophir, 4.0; Yellow Jacket. 692 ; v w I clarinethe oeoD'e of orth Carolina desirous kn... a-om . 1 ;i cirri. vr,.,.i, .. 19C7 ! ma t . .u.l "1 i".ir.. , where the slitucriher Will ne piensea i ri- ooi, ii may oe mat ine I of resuminsr constitutional relations with the S"24-5 : Overman. $70 : Savaee. felZl. ,,ii ti.e working, f this Coim mv. and fnrnifh Government and acknowledging the power nf J Flour The shipment to New York by Pa nama Gtoimnr thia mormno ronsisrpa (II I v,u.iBrtTi .u cinuicc uie ivrconsirucviuii ivcis, 3 0(W barrels. Sales included 400 quarter he may 1 but believing them unconstitutional, were sacks Manhattan superfine, at $7 ; 100 tar-, reN Buckeve extra. Ss. Wheat Sales of 600 sacks, low erade, at FRDM EUROPE. S2 40 ; WW sacks common, and 000 sacks good imUiiio at 60; J00 sacks do. J 00. bt cable. 1 Barlev Sales of sacks, good, at SI 80; Mich information as may he r!esired. TIIF.O. A. HALE, Agent. Carson City, Janu 11 y 12. ICS. ja!2 preparatory to assuming a new and lees CoI!K JmmTJ A vU1 of Grpek fire 5.0 sacks choice brewing, at SI 80 ; 250 repulsive guise. But whether he did wa8 thrown ,p"terday at witness . for the "n". passengers and w-a mis ur ouuicvu.ug eise, mere is a Government in a Fenian trial, but it did no, SS09 -501 in treasure. Tery evident change taking place in ignite. No damage was done. the conduct of the " Great Unwashed ' The fact is, the Democracy, like any thing or anybody else, must accommo date itself to circumstances and cir eumstances bave very much changed ince the Democratic party ruled this Di KLiN, Januarv 17. At the examination A Horrible Death. The Nevada of the prisoner Lennon yesterday, he was Transcript of the 8th inst. contains the fol- . j .1 l j ii lowins account 01 a norrioie ueatn : iuiiv recuiruizeu us me man nuuiiieu lilt pis-i - . -i . . , .K . o r 1 r.pnrTi Hrown met with a hnrnhle death at FKI END & MAUTE, IIF.ALEKsi IN STATIONERY, CIGAKS & TOBACCO, Confectionery, Case Goods, Ac , CAKSO'I STREET, s South of the County Bui'dings. tol and wounded one of the policemen and Brown Bros, cement mill, near You Bet, yes killed another at Stepbaside. tcrday morning. Deceased was m the mill London, January h.-lhe Turk.sh Gov- ; - . ' , , Ahirl. CARSON CITY, XKVADA. Republic. Something of this is to be EnEijsn market, the proceeds to be applied bndv terribly mutilated. He was found after- remarked in the nomination and elec- in improving the navigation of the mouth of wards by some one who entered the mill The - . - . . . 1 I uiULinut 1 t "tts iiiiiiicuiatm sti'utTU um inu uonoiuo less an 01a lasnionea iree the Uanuoe. he was taken out life was extinct. It is not oiler than Haieht : the election of so China advices state that another battle had known how long he remained in torture upon .iiv - rrr.. n . r... taV-n nlaeelienrepT, the rphels ad Imm.ri.1. the wheel. Heoree Brown was a brother of WVtl auun u m i? at Lrciuuti fc a UUS- I ' 1 terlr : and the recent election, in Sunt lsts atbhing lung. Ihe latter were defeated Clara conntj, California, of McKlaj, r I tna rrlIniciri(T in tho Snn h ratlisn I linrrn UITO"r' ,u ,BImau,nSOm,ioe of tliej5lhinst . martyr ana victim or Bumsides' The other day we were misled into chro- If.v-u vHnt Gi-)d Paper, Ink and Pens po to Krund k M.rfte's. who sell ail kinds of stationeiy, at moderate prices. Hank and Ken Bcown, proprietors of the Grass Vallev stage line and had charge of I T, tt, ti.,,h. rii,,ri H. W. BAKER'S SSENGEH AND FAST ZgSmtd FREIGHT Ii 1 IV X3 ! CAltHl lC FREIGHT From SACRAMENTO via Shingla Springs to -SriIRG-IlSTIA CITY. On and after September 17tli, freight per tha above tine wiil leave arraniento hy thy 3 o'clock P. M. ttain daily, and be dipatt-!n-il peragona from shingle springs on the f-Howiiig tuorning, running via PlaccrTllle, Genoa and Carson City Virginia City and Intermediate Points! RATES From Macramento, Car son, Mlvrr lily. Virginia and Gold llill, 14 trail per iiomiu. vm mall lots, and llgut packages, or bulky (rrisl't istilia charge will be 111 m dr. Shipiwra arill deliver freiclit to W hitney t Co.. Agents, Sacramento. No packages larger thao 3 by 3 and 4 fret Ions or weighing over auu pounas, will be received, uuleas speciitlly agreed oa. AGENTS : Will t NET CO.,Sacr;iliientoaiid thingle Springs II. W. BK.H PUcervills D. A. H'LKS Carson Citv M. CtX'PtK 4 CO , 2-5 Soiith C St., Virginia City II. V.. BAKER, dfi-tf Proprietor. NEW DENTISTRY Of FICE I DE. H. HASTNY, I) E . T I S T IrtH'I.I) INFOIIM TIIK CITIZKX3 OF II Car-on ai.d tlie piihiit L'fiinraUy that U9 has opened a new dt-nlitry offire in the Ormsby House Uloolcv I-ARSON CITV, NEVADA, And those desiring '1H?I ' CI.A.-S DKNTISTRT WtlKK are reineied to (-all nt bit oltace. lis M SOLV PKOPK1KTOK of the Patent Vulcanised Gold Lining. t?ood work , at a fair price, promptly cx ecnted. Carnon, .Inn. 1, 16. Dollt Davenport Not Dead. AVe find a native af rennsylvania, aged about 45 years, lie was nianiy esteemea oy ail wno wre acquainted with hira. and many friends I will mourn his loss. Meerschaum, Wood and Clay PIPES. order No. 38, is defeated for the Senate, niclins the death of A. H. Davenport, otir ... w n - old-time friend of dramatic notoriety. It The Frm ic Dkbt op California. The r :u- 1 i uf..n : . . mti vwr . I jiu-UTuc lomu vi ui.iuaiiL u.vi iti t . 11 Hni)iliie A' 't&l IHHive, Uir lUUUnilli; SIHIC woue laarman, a war Democrat is would seem, however, that the report was a ment regirdinii the public debt of California : elected. These are some of the eigns blunder of the most exaggerated description. The pup'ic debt of California is thus stated; . , t , . the decedent being " a Mr. Davenport," but Counties. SI J.IVW.OOO ; State, .5.0(10,000 ; or what Mr. Casserly may have meant not ,he Dolly Davenport of Thespian fame, towns, $3,000,000; total, 820.000,000. An- hf regenerated." The look to oar The New Orleans Times says that, while nual inteiest on this debt, $1,6X10,000. Tax- j; j 1;t . ..j uouy one morning was engagea in an inspec- aOle property in the ate, $TJU, prejnaicea eves line 1117 maslea tion of the "Black Crook" traps and super- Tax levied this vear. S8,0(X),000. Cost of priogei to catch woodcock. I intending the entrechats of the ballet, the governing the .500,000 people in the State, Rntallth... or. hnt fo.hla .n ; I ouowing alarming leienrapu piacev. iu 5o,uov,. per me year. his hands: imificant indications of the channel New York, Dec. 15, 1S67. .... . . ...I Messrs. Spanlding k Bidwull, Academv of WOlCn IS going on in ine DCKle minaed I Mu.-'ic : Please send bodr of A. H. Bavenport. Democracr. As we had occasion to re- w:,fr'kbntvea",er' l moli'"''' state some time ago, upon the authority I Which Dolly with characteristic comical- Ther alsr keep the brpt qnali tiss ol CIlfcWINU and SMOKING IVHACCO. such aa Hold Bar. Krvit. tlolden I'at, Fruits and I'l -wers. Money Comb and Solace: Pearl K ilickiu.ck. Olive, Big Lick all brands) and ciaay others NEW TO-DAY. AUCTION SALE. JEWELRY MADE TO OR DE R ! ( u m WATCHES CLEANED And Kepaired tt: vtr.u.j - t- itv. answerea as ioiiows oi vwuu utmpiicr punmcu jo cm New Oriels. Dec. 15. l?fiT Tennessee, Mr, Bailie Peyton, once a Whig, then a rebel and now a Demo crat, went so far, during the campaign which resulted in Brownlow's election, as to sit opon the same Conservative platform with a colored man, and t make a very pathetic speech in the in- There will be a sale of Household Goods on I will try and bring niv body myself ; Wednesday, the 22nd of this Month, At 1 o'clock p. K-. in front of the Maimolia ;? loon, consisting of the following goods, to wit: never was better able to do so in my life A. II. DAVENPORT. The Graxt Meeting in Faxecil Hall. The Boston Advertiser says, editorially, of the Grant meeting at Fancuil Hall on the 18th ult.: The meeting in Faneuil Hall last evening teres t of their " kind old masters," to was, in all respects, a success. It was large concourse of blacks. This was, by and enthusiastic, and greatly resembled the ' gatherings fifteen yesrs ago, when the mer- impiicaiiun, at least, a very long con-1 chants and business men ot Boston were in ,'n f t..,i ... more in tne habit of assembling m this bis- ' I torical building than they have been of late, and may have been one of the circnm- As our readers know, none of the usual ef- :ances which suggested the reeen- forts have been made to insure a large meet- . , s ing. There has been no parade of the names orated idea to Jlr. Casserly. Bat it 0f speakers, and the official announcement aaoma that th Demneraer nf Tirm.;. was only made yesterday morntng. Nor did , . it have the appearance of a mere political bare actually done so rash and incon- gathering. It seemed more, as it really was, iftent a thing as to recognize and an assemblage of business men to compare , . . , views in relation to the remarkable man who .PP...a.uiu.rc.a0vi uisnguior sni- is destined to be the next President of the frage by a freedman of that State. Hav-I United States. 20 vaids of rrussels Tarpet; lt vaids 3 Ply Carpet; o Bed-deads; 2 Mattresses Puln; 10 Feather Pillows ; 1 Wardrobe ; 1 Sideboard; 1 Sofa; 1 Lot of chairs: 1 Larsre Rm-ker; 1 Click: 1 Cook Stove and Fixtures; 1 Pa lor ftove; 1 Lot of Table Ware: And other tiintds in peneral. Also, one Cow and Calf. J. B. CORMACK, Auctioneer. If yon want a Fine Rine made. r a buck!--, or a Caue Head, and in fact eve ythinff per tain njr to the Jewelry Line, ro t.i Friend A" Maule's. wh-re you will find Charl-s Friend re;ly to take your orders and execute them in a neat and workman-like maimer. in t at no-d'-rate rates, thus saving the trouble anil ex pense of sendinwSau Fraucisco K'C such article.' Particular Attention Paid to Engraving & Enameling Jewelry .' jaU-tf A SOCIAL PARTY Will be Riven fur the 3 E N" E F I T OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL, AT THE O R 91 S B If HOUSE, Friday Evening, Jan. 24th, 1868. A general attendance is solicited. 0SCAB GREENEB AUM, DEAL& lit FOEXIGS A!CD DOMESTIC MW j1IefnirAeAA a o! C fl man aim a . . , 'I Ax English Church Choir. A oorres- tne late election mere, cast nig vote for j . .urn j r.u ' " nondent irives the followine descrmtion of the Democrat, the Democracy of the pre. musjcal part of the service in a church near einct rewarded him by making him a I Carlisle (England) present of some acres of farmine land I When the nsalm is eiven out the clergv- and some moner wherewith to stock it f man tunes a small violin and, having after- Ticls.t . naiu luuiueu a uc uuuir, iiauua ine mici i CEt) AICNCKTOX 1 Auis B9 punub, uw uuuui, du iar as it instrument over to one oi tne parisniouers. i jj g ns;,) i Managers. might act as a bribe to other "nteseri" r-aLU tu.a " u. kiioadk.s j ana, an oeing in oraer, ine juayer oi me uass to ote themselves back into slavery; bnt gives out the verses to be sung, the two rou- it conveyed too mach of an admission sicians are joined bv a few parishioners and the small party go through the psalm. The in tavor of negro suffrage to accord clergyman then abandons the violin, returns with theDemocratic tenet thaf'nieeers" 10 tne reading desk until another psalm re B fc I nniroe Vi!m t rooiim o rut inctrnmonf nnr have no right to rote at all. Indeed. .,;- o. .bronh fho tnnln Tm.. n. HORSK. about 9 years old, branded on the ripht .-A ..i. u- ,iik.n .In,.,3 ' hip with an M: left hind foot white; and white Carson City, January IS, ISM. ESTRAY NOTICE. Wines & Liquors! Havana and Domestic Cigars. VIEGIHIA CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, $3 S TATIONE HST CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, A. 13. DIUESBACH, Wholesale and Retail llealer in GIIOCEI1IEH, PROVISIONS, WINESan.l LIQUORS, Flour, Corn Meal, Bran and Snorts, bahijET And Ground Feoci, Crockery and Tin Ware, Harclwnro and Eolts, Blasting and Sporting Powder, Safety Fate, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, A.c. Ac. .ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROM PTLY ATTENDED TO. BRICK STORE, CARSO.V STREET, CARSON' CITY, NETADA. TURNER & KNAPP, MANUFACTCRERS AND DEALERS IN lBOOTS AND LEATHER.Ii HAYg OV HAND. A GREVT ASSORTMENT of FIN E aud MINING BOOTS. turtoia Boats 1'ade to O'itr and Warrantedto lit Repairing done with neatness and dipatcfc. Also, Leather and Shoe lindinsre. wnmliiisol Lemoine Jedott Calf aud Kiu, Baik and Lining kius. SANTACRI Z SOLE LEATHER,tc. Rrick Store, opposite tba Plaza. Carson, Jan. 1, lf. lAME TO THE HALF WAY IIOl-SK IK OK n , D ttlVrpTTUfK n.lru him tn mum, his instmmeMt. anil t ) about the lrth of January. 16, one BA . -i. -Ci. A V. J. - Jt Democrats and others who, "on prin- paratory to the psalm-singing. ciple " oppose the idea of anybody bat FlLI,INO is.Some of our citizens have ' Caucasians " votinir. mast sternly conceived the idea, and are nutting it into discountenance and denlore this I practice, of filling in their cellars by using I tne street cleanings lor mat purpose, wny eiance oi regeneration m Virginia, should not all those on the high grade do The fact is, stated metaphorically likewi?e' nd thus kiu two birds with one r " stone ? Bee, and in the rough, the great Regenerated Yes, more than two birds many hundreds re trying to jump the claims which of those fine birds, before their feathers were , j I BOOI. VII. XL mdv uu awa 111c yi autiic ui rv:i- they pronounced worthless ; and, wheo ing off the frogs" by salt. Once upon a time failing to do that, go stealthily at work ,he fro8 in tne Poni beneath the Baptist .... .,. ,, - . Church, on Fourth, between K and L streets, upon such tailings as they can find, became so noisesome that Brother Wheeler la this spirit they picked up Haight and wa3 unable to be heard by his congregation, r.....i. j rri . tt and the nuisance was abated bv salting the Casserly and TburmaB ; talk of Han- fresh water. Several sacks of Turk's Island cock for their Presidential candidate ; salt were used. Though expensive, it stop and do all in their power to secure the pedthe -rille Appeal. Freedman'a ballot. Death of Sam. Hocston's Widow. The Thus does the Democracy attempt to dol(.sa- Huouston d?d j TeJ!a on r the Ota of December, of yellow fever. dripe in the lace, ine owner win pieae caii, yu) I chargsj and take bim away. naif Way House, Virginia aud Carson Road. January 18, IStiS. jal9-tf FOR SAIiS ! 1 Double-seated Carriage; 2 Buggies; 1 Light Spring Tf agon ; 3 Buggy Robes; S Sets Double Carriage Harness; 2 Saddle Horses; 1 Saddle; 1 Mirror and lot of Pictures; 2 Lamps; 1 Office Stove; and 1 Wagon-jack. W-TfUMS, CASH. "S Apply to CTJTT-iE IX Y . Orders from the country respectfully solicited. County Buildings, Carson St., Carson City, Nevada. OSCAR GREESEBAl'M. Carson Citv, Jan. 15, 1868. jaT-lm H. H. BKNCE, Public Administrator. Notice. We have the best Warehouse in ths I State, it being absolutely fire-proof, and are now prepared to receive a limited amount of Merchand ise, Flour or Barley on storage tt reasonable rates. All goods delivered in as good orders when received. . j,Z3 MAbUA ilUJjr. MAISH k AMMER HAVE REMOVED TO Opposite the Pen rod House, AND HATING JCST RECEIVED A XEW STOCK OF GOODS, ARE PREPAHED TO SCPPLT All Kinds cf Furniture ! rrrMioxiSTExtiNG- or Every Dcsoription DONE TO ORDER. FlRXITmE REPAIUED A.f D POLISHED AS GOODAS NEW! PIANOS, MELODEONSr Aire All Other Musical Instruments, REPAIRED AAD TUNED. Sewing Machines CLEANED AND REPAIRED, CHEAP FOR C-A.SK. CARSON CITT, NEVADA. Carson, Jan. 1, 1868.