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THE DAILY APPEAL.
Converts" Unioh Prater Meeting at the M. E, Church this evening at 7 o'clock. AU are invited to attend. Thanks. To Charley Parker of the Theater Saloon for a calendar for 18C8 ; a paper of pins ; a fantastic female's picture ; P a fine tooth comb and some counterfeit Rail way tickets. We shall direct the attention of i the police to his misdoings. f A Bii.liabd M vtch for the champion cue of Nevada and S-500 coin, between Wallace W. Wright (the present holder of the cue) and Tip Orndorlf, took place last evening at Pi per's Opera House in Virginia City. Many ladies were present to witness the game. ""Thanks. We acknowledge the receipt at the hands of the lady managers, of a com plimentary ticket to the Episcopal Mite So ciety's party which is to be held at the Turn Verein Hall this evening. We also acknow ledge the present of a complimentary ticket from the managers of the Turn-Vercin So ciety's Ball which is to take place on Monday evening next, the 27th inst. We also received, from Dr. Mtmokton, a complimentary ticket to the School Benefit party which is to be held at the OrmsSy House, on Friday evening next, the 2Kb. inst. We hereby tender our thanks to the aforementioned very kind and courteous ladies and gentlemen for this dis pensation of favors. Mas Shot bt a Policeman in Goto Hill Charles Thompson, for some time employed at Dall's mill in Washoe Valley, was shot and instantly killed in the station house in Gold Hill, by Policeman Conley, about 2 o'clock on Saturday morning last. Thompson had been arrested and taken to the station house by Conley, soon after which the shooting occurred. No other per sons were present at the time of the occur rence. The ball from Conley 's pistol a navy revolver grazed the lower part of Thompson's chin and ranging slightly down ward cut the jugular vein and passed back to and around the spine, lodging just under the skin near the junction of the bones of the neck with the trunk. The pistol was held so close to the throat as to singe the whiskers Conley is now in jail. Thompson was about 45 years of age. llis remains were buried on Sunday. The shooting created much ex citement in Gold Hill. Life Insirance. The inciease of this branch of business in tbe United States during the past ten years is truly wonderful We have been permitted to copy from the Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York the following statistics for the year closing Jan uary 31st, 1SG7: The number of policies issued Insuring $04.S75,4C& 00 Tbe aiiiKiint of premiums received on toce new Khcies issued uil- rinr the Year. 2.209.274 70 The ltrje am't received for interest 1.0O5.4. 70 The tot! cash receipts 6,'J17JC5 SS The 'Iil security of our inveaim'ts in bjii ls and ttiortcajes 10,097,399 60 In L'. stocks . f,.i.'i.l"S 7S The li-rue -ur).lus for dividend 2,7J5,47S C3 Ao't the net increase of cab assets fur the je.r 3,526,947 12 The Pi-blic School Benefit Party irhich is to be held at th Ormsby House on next Friday night will afford our citizens a chance to enjoy a pleasant reunion and at the same time, to render a much needed as sistance to the exhausted school fund. The price of tickets has been fixed at S3 00. When we state that there are no public moneys wherewith to keep the school run ning and that there is great danger of its being closed unless prompt and liberal con tributions are made in its behalf, we present, In brief, a case which is, in itself, a sufficient argument in favor of the purchase of all the tickets to this entertainment now in the hands of the Board of Directors and Com mittee of Management. The citizens of Carson will be doing themselves a lasting discredit if they permit this proposed benefit to go by default. Interesting Matter for the Coxsid RATION OP THE ORMSBT CoiNTT UNION Lbagi'e. On Saturday night last, at the regular weekly meeting of the Ormsby Coun ty Union League, a resolution was intro duced, endorsing General Grant for the Presidential nomination. In order that it might be voted upon by a full League, it was laid over for one week ; and it will come up for final action on next Saturday night. Another resolution was introduced, dissent ing from Congressman Ashley's vote on the impeachment question which was referred to a select Committee with instructions report upon the same at the next regular meeting. It was resolved that the Editor o the Carson Appeal be authorized to make this public announcement. It is to be hoped that these important matters will induce a full meeting of the League on next Saturday night. "The Arabia op America," was the term used by Bishop Thomson as deacrip tive of Nevada ; and a writer in the New York Times of Dec. 26 calls the Pacific Coast the America!! Palestine. He says : I have often been struck, in travcline through California ana isevada, witn the old bible descriptions 01 nature ana scenerv, as applicable here ; so that the wonderful lan guage and imagery of the Hebrew prophets and poets una a continual exegesis anu com- mKntirv in nnp. k inurtier. 1 he modern ac counts, too, of Syria and Palestine corres pond surprisingly witn one s observations here. The mininit towns of Nevada, nestled among the bare and mighty hills, will recall how the bare mountains of Jud?a were ' round about Jerusalem," and the comfort in " the shadow of a great rock," as one de scends the treeless slopes to Carson river, will remind one of that beautiful image of the Hebrew poet. The ereat importance ot wells and places where water is found on a iournev, which appears so much in early Jewish history, recall one's observations in the saliferous deserts of Nevada and the barren wastes of Eastern California, where the stations are wells, and all bargains or treaties must be i . - . made near some iresn water spring. Senator Nvk op Nevada, in a debate in the United States Senate, Dec. 20, on the bill to provide for the exemption of cotton from internal tax, said : In thirty years we shall have one hundred and seven million inhabitants in the United States, and the surface of our country from the Atlantic to the Pacific will be studded thick with the abodes of happy, intelligent, thriftv producers. I hat will par vour debt, and nothing else will. Sir, I would like to relieve industry, and 1 would tax the luxu ries of this land to pay the interest of the debt, and I would let future generations pay their proportion of this terrible liability, be cause this battle has been fought for them and they will reap the glory and honor of it. I would let everv spindle run quicker and every hoe ply easier, and nr every plow i would substitute two in its place, and I would make the desert, as it is called, across this c-ountnr. bud and blossom as the rose There, Mr. President, lies the true source of power and wealth to pay this di pt unfclt. 1 would open the rich mines of the West where every mountain is teeming with the precious metals. L pon the Pacinc Railroad which is being constructed I would carry cheap im plements and cheap labor to unsnwel the wealth of this nation, and I can produce vou gold and silver enough from the Missouri river to the Pacific Ocean in five years from the time of the completion of that road to roll up to the sum of hve Hundred millions per annum A nation that produces gold and silver enough of its own, that does not have to ex change its products in oriier to buy coin with which to pay its interost, can never be poor. No nation on earth can bear a burden like our own ; for every mountain from the Mis souri river to the Pacific Ocean is teeming with the material to do it. Therefore, sir, I say lot loose the energies of vour people: take otf the taxes that fetter their industry ind let the population and the products of the country grow up to the magnitude of your debt. BOOK OAHSOKT mm H. 8. MASON. 8. HUFF. MASON & HUFF, WHOLESALU arid It UTAH. DKALEKS IN GROl'ERIKS, ntovisiQ.vs, tvi.;s. FIjOUn. X3 AX.Xj333T PLASTKil OF PARIS, cal, lime:. PaLASTKUEKS' IIAER, !tl MERCHANDISE GENERALLY! Corner Plaza and Husser Streets, CWIISON CITY. NKVADA. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! AT Greatlylleduced Prices! TUB KXT1UE STOCK OP J. ROSEN-STOCK. COSTISfJ OF MEN S AND L0Y3' CLOTHING! Gents' Furnishing Goods, C.VGLISSI 11 OS I L? K V , TRUNKS and VALISES ! r. a .ea. to i New Store! New Goods! LOUIS M aTlLEB AUM, MAI.Ita IS Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, MI .i:t:it .., .mi:umi imiim . HiiT.tifC lMfi th Biii k Htr lately onciiple! by (i. A. Sttp, will romtttiitl.v keep oh Iimi.iI C'alifloi it fct llaiiiM. BlucwKi. RANCH IHITTKU, EGGS, TaMTSJP. Teas, Coffee, SvrnDa. Flour, CORN MEAL, (rrcn.lan and Dried l'i iilt coNi'i:cTioNi:nY, WINES & LIQUORS, And sn amort iiirut of Gentlemen's Furnishing' Goods, jr Families will fltul it to their advantaite t examine my st.fk.-a Keiuenil.er the place t Soars' X3rlols. Store, tarxion c Ily, .irvada. Lot I MASM.l:IUI M. Carton, Jin I, ls".s NEW YORK AND A N I C A P S, Mission Z31axa.lx.otas MATTKIiSSKS, SHEETS, 1'ILLOHS, VC. HE IS SELLING Cents' Business Suit at $15 00 Uriila' liualncaa Suits at IN 00 (,rnu' Hualnrat Milt sat !IU Oil (icut'Klsel)rt(oalit '40 DO Urnli' flat Blaik Fanll .... MOO (ruts' Ilea vr llvrrmili at... 13 ull tirula Heaver Ovrrcnam at... IN OO Units' Fin Calf Moots at 3 01) JXJSX RECEIVED 1 The Latest Style of London, Oxford & Promenade Hats! -CALL ANU SUE TI1A.M. J. KOSaE.VSTOCK, Carson Street, Carson City, Neva Carson. Jan. 1, lsnv STOIiE FANCY GOODS T-VK?IRE3 TO OA LI. ATTENTION TO III I exteniiee ati 1 eirefnllv sAle.-tt.il st.wfc . ttoii, which he hits now ou hand, it l.eiug ly f.i t!ie Most Costly Assortment of the feint Ever brought to Carson, FANCY Diaries Jewelry STATIONERY. for 1868. atcheK PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, Standard Works of History and Fiction MAGAZIXES, ate, ate. The public is inrited to an inspection of th good, and a comparison of prict-s with other nousea is uKea tor. JOZIX G. FOX, Carson Bottle Store. December loth, 18i ". del5-tf N EV FALL GOODS KOPPEL & PLATT, Carson City, TVcvada, AVE JUPT RECEIVED A NEW LOT Or 'ALL GOODS, constating of NEW SUITS, .1 HATS, CA.T?S. CRAVATS, BOOTS AX If SHOES WHIOn THEY OFFER FOR 8ALF CIIFAP. MASEIED In Carbon, January 19, IStiS, at the residence of A. Hawthorne, Iy Kct. A. . White, A. C. I VirviLAND, of Wasuee alley, to llisa Kmc B4XU.NGIK. $500 REWARD ! WILL BE PAID BV TflE COUXTT OP Ormshv, for thf apprehension and delivery to the Sheriff of Ormsby Oonr.ty, Nevada, of THOMAS MLEV", charged with the murder of Timothy G. Smith, late. Sheriff of the Couuty aforesaid. By order of the Board of Commissioners of said county. M. J. ASIIMORE, Clerk of said Board. Carsoa City, Nevada, Cec. IS, A. 1). lv7. SOd ISTJZi-W STOCK I ADOLPJI JACOBS, raorsiiToa or tus CIGAK STOIIE AT III- O It .IIS II V HOISU conER, IX CARSON CITY, NEVADA, HAS 0 HAND A LA KG 12 INVOICE OF Celebrated Brands of SMOKING TOBACCO! CUSWIXG TODACCO. scca s TUB- SOLACE, HORN'S BEST, GOLD LEAF, SATV, OUR CHOICE, PLANTER'S PRIDE, HORN'S PLEXTV, ROVOH JEWEL, NAVY SWEET. Also, a well selected stock of rino Havana t-'iirari?. I!tCLCM!IO PRIF.EP.A DIANA , LA EXCEPTION, DIAS BIANCE3, RAMON R03ALK3, ALASKA'S, niARrd CONTENT, And a! I other fine hracds. TJomostlo Oigars, And s nice aasortiacot of CONFECTIONERY. SSRES T ATJIIANT- Next door to Muucktcn'i Drup Ptore, Carsttu City mlllS RKKTACRANT HAVING BEEN NKW. X ty renteu tnrouiiotit, is now Open from S o'clock In t It morning until 10 o'clock at nlglat, and is supplied with all His Luxuries! tlie Market Airrln Wm. P. jot , Proprietor. Cirson, January 1, 1ar.". I. II. CONNEK, WAOOS, a -V. srsi jt n St sfs mm I3LinB Stroot mi: AT MAIUvICTS. JOBI ItOM:it, Proprietor OF TIIK AltoVIt VAUKKTK. H A VINO iN'.ti Itiper In the Meat HntliMal sj y,, than any man here, la in fai l Iks MONGER IX THE DIMNESS And understands Ids wants nf I ha Pnllif. FRESH 5 SALT MEAT, IN'LISIKS DEEP, ponix, MTJTTON, SAISAUKH Ol' A I. la KIADS. W hi. h lieatills. il at AT WHOLESALE OU HETAIL. Plsreaof l.iiaineas: On K alter! . anil nn Car. sa street ju-1 south of tha m. Charles II. .ltd, CAUSON CITV, duir NEVADA. IIOUEHT H. SHAUP. ni:.TiNT, HA REFITTKn HIS orFICB ROQMFti ' . and ..i.tsined a larr siimiIs of Iww.ftim & it Material flora Van ftanriscoi and Is ireuarai To do Onod ftabalantlal Wsrk Ski Hraaenalils Prlrs-a. Ila wilt 1 (.leased lose his old rnalnn.era. aaA an iirwniiea aim may fas.H hint with a rail. i ne ii.ai .resMHi.-s sets of teeth, wild air hntltlH-ra Lined with Purrfiold, hytht mt Improved golf! lining and rtihtwrs f I 1)1)1 I p 11 If I t'Ttl) This Is a aw Invention, superior 1.. any .drf slyha tA ll ill Au Jj jIAjVJjIi. '.' "Iu ,m";"1 '"'',. to the.iat.. ts UilUU1'1 " t'J-il--lvAJli th'awotk h.ti1itesllie,.HHialalt.ulloa oTlha CARhoX STRICT, (Opposite St. Charles Il.del). TTAVING ON HAXU THE LARGEST AND 1 A litr eIct.Hl f t.a a of Hard -Wood Lumber, fial.lt.-. sr Nnrharte ft fdrartlnf teeth rnparstars to lutii.r theputa. Klll. e on arsoa street, oppoalt Ilia Piss CarwHi. Nea.la. aull.tf coNeliTlHa or OAK, ASH AXD HICKORY FLASK, Spckei, Fclloei, Hubs, Axles, Bolsters, IJ K N T KIMS, And ft general ftMortmmt ot Ala It KIXDS OF Lt.'IRCn. T nm determined to make New Wap'.n and re air old nes A A CHEAP an.l in as IVOitKMAX. .IKE MANNER as auy Mlabliahnieut lu tha etata. war Persons In a-antof Lttnther wonl.l .1.. well to call and eiamtna my fct.a k ami I'rl.-e. .rf.,i , piirrnaaiiiff eiseainere. I. I, tit.K. Larson my, Avtaua, tietnaer at, ist.7, .K-J'.t.lm - Mr. JACOBS will endearor to merit th liheral t-atroiiae heretofore bestowed uion his establishment. CuiTn, Jan. 1 , 1S6S. S XI O E S . OLCOVICII BItOS. HAVE RECEIVED AN 71 M E IV S E VARIETY OF AND OHIIiDRKNS' SIIOKS- OF EVERY DESCSIPnON. AT OW PRICES! rLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE TITiM JOHN E. CHENEY, DRAI.ER IN Groceries, Provision! Liquors, tic., Corner Telegraph and Carton Eti., CARHOP CITY, ITATINrt iTItCHASKft TIIK STftRR LATK- II ly owned hy J. J. Itnacar, will seen r..a stautly ou band a large, and ana assortment of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, """" rr rwmPu, ComorUInc I. .art """ ATTHNDflt TO. CALirOIUIA HAMS, BACON, 5 jostra iiRnLisatisi. u.cos tossiaia MANLLEBAUM & TOBRINER Corner Carson and Hsssrliin CAneoiv city. YK 'fl- CALL TIIK ATTKNTIOIt OF T tL. I'ol.lio to ,...r WELL AKKOKTRD STOCK OF GOODS!! TVs keep constantly on Land S largs stork af OUOCKItlR". l'KUVIlf, 13s KM A Is D LIUt'ORI, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WALL PAPKK, PA I. NT AXD OILS, UOOTI, Men's Furniehing Goods Aod an asaortuaat of GENERAL MERCHANDISE I All of whit b vllvr at WlIOI.MSAI.l .nit.l Hl.TAIL Vory Zjow Prlooal Fre.-h Iiancli I3uttcr, ( "ll"! Larit, Teas tvJ'P ( I) IP Til it ITVInV OlAIlWr I III'. DiMlM CFLfBRATFD CTIIIIAPU DITTCDCI na;ara Coffer, Dyrsips, HkAL. J Ttiese detlelma atnrnaeti Hitters aes ssrtleets Teas auie, ana ties riefs slcaatal aod sears karllul Uajre TRY TH TRY THEM! EM! EM! AC JUDGE roR YOUR SELF! FLO I'll, CORK Grcrn.Can and Drlnl rruil, Confcctlonarjr, Stationer)-, Fookot Outlory, W1.VKS AMI LIUtOUS. .a-Rem.ml.er the Mac. Mrntr Telecntrh sad ri-""-'!!? f "I'iVltl'.r." " 'IT f, . . .11, I S IT-'SS, I a. sasfiaasras lf -a l')-" I-W . W 1 r , W9i. vwiub iirtiri-, rmrw uuuir. I uwHlf IviiyilsMtt, A. KIIAIr JOHN C. CnPNKY. III U t.WM4 HMH INrtMHMMIw rlltMtM4, 1 II Ik M K l.lUrt, r.a.U (tnM tip iwrasi ( tni'-n mr vnihhdw iiwii, hsibsi tui tfM, m nttrsitilr (Ml t it' ctir f an flfltxiitsssw tf f . . MAl tAt tLH, wWSA-sw-ws,ital TO TUB LOVGIli OP r IIAVF. THIS BAY IiKKTED TIIH TAT LI! X ill tlio :.iaolia SiI.OO, Where willle found tmo FiiaK'l.iss I'bohia Ilil- hud TuJ.Irs, villi NEW CUSHIONS AND BAILS ! Oneawlll l.ef.aitid In p.'d re.air. Tahh- alvrars vt I, an 1 all arni'hai.tilia a.w rtaitiitis: lu good .rl.-r. I ak f t a liherni shsre .d t.tiMie tailmtinee fnmt e m. treat as a. dl as the Ix'tl i. hirers, aud 1 Wlsl aeeitntnitNlate yn ttl evt ry artiruhtr. llaUitil'S, XI icxrsi PIM.V BOtllSSON. Carsoa City, N'orad.i, Ji.nuar 4, 10. jai-tf HUFELAND'S CKI.K1JltATII SWISS STOMACH BITTERS I tTT VT1""" I'tirinernf thslllsaalt I X A.V A. ' IT 1 TRY IT! A rteaaal.t Totitr I A t eljr Attie. at.le pi Ink I fitatiiT""""' f svtli rarelf tt Refill oti Iheaertelltttts d Ilia kid k'ra,'bor Is al.sna. k aHd lltsarl F..r wile si all wholesale an4 rslail li.H.er, dins and Sr.aa.tjr St.araal, Nobody should bo without it! J. O. rater", rroprM.ar. TAtlAtR A I1KNPRU Ms Aents, jel l 413 Cla Ft., gaa FraacIsM