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jBliJf. Mighels::: : Editor. Friday HlBf, Feb. 7, 1868 THE GEOEOIA TE0CBLE3. Sillier Jenkins will get bia backer, ines of railway have yet to be stocked with passenger ears ; and it is to be hoped that the Directors of those lines will see fit to provide, as far as possible, against the casualties which are bat of too common occurrence in the Eastern railroads. One authorizes $140,000,000 of legal ten ders, to supply the deficiency caused by can cellation. One provides for the removal of the National Capital to St. Louis. One pro vides for the creation of a Department of Justice, and provides that the Secretary hall be the head of the Law Department for Attorney General, Solictor General and Assistants, and abolishes the office of So licitors for Departments. Cleaver offered a resolution inquiring BY STATE TELEO&AFH ,J T I. :nA (MnMa AP.Tnfin. m - . . . . -i I vii.r.u.iu " irromtne V lrginia j-nterprtso oi yesterqay.j whether further legislation is necessary to son will get his sub., Governor Jenkins, YmK Febrnary 2 A lpeeil, from eradicate the system of Indian slavery in out or a very oaa acrape. xu v j. (he r-islature was muchPew M1C0 Which comes op from Georgia is to be excited Testerday over a resolution instruct- A ""rnber of resolutions heretofore of- .t.iaa ;n mnnil terms, as follows : The ; n .. .., . ,-.,, ,,:.,,; fered were taken up and disposed of. When vtwtvw I iul uviciuui arneauu w 4iub o vuiuuiiooiuu - people of that part of subjugated Diiie, toSenator Hamilton. The special says the morning hour expired the House re--A ih.,ih.othoritvof alaw Swann declines to issue the commission. sumed the consideration of the Kentucky . i j , I .Umln. th.t Tr.miitnn mm .looted in vinU. contested election case. of Congress, nave resotvea wtoistuci o . ..., Q,ition of the Eastern Shore law concerning into a convenuon . - Senators. Elections reported adversely to John Young out of what is lett alter me i wear aou CuI Febnlar 3.EiKntec prison. Crown's right to a seat. tear of four years of Confederate CR5 escaped tom :aii at St. Joseph on Sat- Kerr took 'be floor in favor of admitting vicissitudes. When a people resolve mday. During the melee Horace Fish, Brown. Further consideration of the mat upon relieving themselves of a condition brother of Sheriff Fish, was shot and killed. ter is postponed till February 11, to enable nf .n.ro.lir. and organize themselves, One of the prisoners was severely wounded. Drown io aaoress roe nouse. by reeularly elected delegates into a The steamer Sherman, from New Orleans Several Executive communications were ,. .. ,..,.,., to Cincinnati with a valuable cargo of gro- presented in response to resolutions calling Constitutional Convention, the political b.f fr inform,;. . . . i hi its, nuuuiucuai .cvaustiue j eaiei uaj . i powers j i I No lives were lost. H. 8. MASON. 8. HUFF. MASON & HUFF, WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IK GROCERIES, PROYISIOKS, WIXES, LIQUORS, j MEAL, PLASTER OF PARIS, CAL. LIME, PLASTERERS' HAIR, ATO MERCHANDISE GENERALLY! Corner Plaza and Mnsser Streets, CARSON CITY, NEVADA MAISH & AMMEB HAVE REMOVED TO Opposite the Pcnrod Ilougcf AND HATING JUST RECEIVED A SEW STOCK OF GOODS ARE PREPARED TO SCPPLT All Kinds of Furniture TJZPEIOTjiSTX:XlIZff or IE -it-ox-y- XJosoriptioi DONE TO ORDER. riRXITlRC REPAIREI New Store ! New Goods ! LOUIS MANDLEBATTM, DEALIB IX Groceries. Provisions, Liquors, ASD GENERAL 9IERCIIAXDISE. RANCH BUTTER, The books and monev Kobinson asked leave to introduce a reso- in that convention. " Provisional Gov-1 were save(j lution asking why Nagle and other Anieri- crnora" and extemporized-governments, I A sleepim; car on the Chicago and Quincy can citizens are imprisoned in Ireland, and are of no force or validity asagainst the I Railroad was burned last night while the requesting the President to institute an im- deliberate will of such a body, lawfully train was in rapid motion. The fire was oc- mediate examination of these cases, and if .. - T ... i- . i i I , : .1 v .1. r 1 I thn Tints rprifpil urtt fminrl trn tn icni n n il n 34n niPH in tnig case oi ill DeDDie I tai"uvu ut me rAuiuaivu i Kiuacui; , i . . . , . , , , . , . immJ:, nt tk. .-. I ....uii-n.in.iKin n.r. oonpin f ik.. h.r. thrnnirh ihnirliamp. do lives were lost, xne passeneers -' "' F""1"" "- dt u. a. sears, will cnnstaotiy seep on hand delegates made a requisition upon their esi, hut the night was dark, and they cted for acts committed in the United California Hams, Bacon, delegates, mace a requisition upon meir unabl , ,h; but what th Sutes, and to withdrawall intercourse with ' common treasury, for a certain amount hadabouttheirpersong England. Resolutions were substituted for of money. They are justified in so Xew Yoiik, February 3. It is reported t!lat Par withdrawing the representative doing by the law of Congress under ,he Februaiy statement of the public chmse, and directing the President to report which they act ; as they woold also be debt shows an increase of nearly 120,000,000. the facts t0 Congress. After considerable by the precedent afforded by the Georgia owing to a decrease in the revenue. debate, objection being made, the introducer State Treasurer, when he, in 1861, paid! There is an increasing demand for first of the resolution (Robinson) moved the sns- theexpenses of the Secession Conven-"tgage bonds of the Central Pacific Kail- meru.es, wnicn was agreea to, . r W!. non. ;f ih.r. road, caused by a further advance in the and the resolution was then introduced, tioa out f the public moneys if tnere . ,...., ... , , c v I .A ;n,-aet. 15incham thausht the rpsnlnfinn nlnj.. ....a . 1 UI1VC W UA. .1111 .ULC.CiSb. o o i - . were any legitimate xorce m sucu a pre- w,SHIVTnv Trhma -.Rnmf the issues of war or peace in the hands of cedent. But Jenkins and the i Provisional oi5cers haTe seized 80 illicit gtilu ia three the President, as it authorized the President Treasurar refused to recopnize the force I r cn..i. rni:n- - J I tn demand thi unpinHitinnal rt of the demand for funds made by the J erai distillers. Subsequently the Deputy P8'" Persons- He was willing to vindicate IWTN J S & TiTOXJORS t - -- . I u : .u . . f 7 convention : and WDen tienerai ileaae Collector was met by a party who are ascer- "'" "''B" " American peopie, And an assortmrat of got to Georgia he removed Mr. Jenkins tained to have been hired by those engaged but he was "w'"'ng to invest the President Gentlemen's FurnisMnff Goods a .l :j t a ;i;ia.. in unlawful distilling and Khnt thrnnirh th w-'h a general power demanding immediate null lup BK1U ircuuici auu u.l...a.j i a o . - gentlemen in their places. But these Moulder. A reward is offered for the appre- and ucond.tional release of American citi- uew functionaries found an empty treas- hens,on of the S11 T PartT JSGrGrS, Teas, Sugar, Coffee, Srrnps. Flour, CORN IvIE -A. L , Grecn.Can and Dried Fruits, CONFECTIONERY, POLISHED AS GOODAS NEW PIANOS, MELODEONS, A7ID All Other Musical InstrninentsJ REPAIRED ANI USED. SewinK Macliinea CLEANED AND REPAIRED, CHEAP FOE. C-A.SH. Carson citv, Nevada. Carson. .Ian. 1, lMi. worthies creatures of the President zens charged with crime. The House had no information of prisoners whose release was demanded or who have been detained These two $oon A new Secretary nf War w;u for acts not committed on the soil of Great X' .- V...... Tl O TT - ury. Jenkins audhis fellow Provisional ' ' . I special says there is a probability of Cabinet mil rciuuteu iua uvpuauca . nt.t.i th. fin.nK.a r Rmf.!, .nil n -j... . 1.1 . Alter a lenginy aeoate in v 6 rrewueut imenueu 10 nominaia uenerai rcferred to the Committee on Foreim Af- certainly be nominated. Rumor says the Preside decamped. Jenkins has fetched up in I Banks. Washington. We suppose be thinks I It U reported that General Meade has is- taat the nearer he cets to the oower that ued m order for the of Governor . !. r , ;n Jenkins of Georgia, now in Washington. It Britain. After a lengthy debate the resolution was fairs. Adjourned. FK0M EUEOPE. if Familiefl will find it to their advantage to examine my sicca. -v Remember the place : Seax-s' Uriels. Store. Carson City, Nevada, LOCIS MANDLKBAl'M. Carson. Jan. I, KfiS. OSCAR GSEENEBAUM, males in rotuex ixd domestic be. It may be that be is right ; but it is stated he has telegraphed to Stanton to I han fha n rm.l m... Trinfls ntf Clnveimnr ioocs as u ne were a lugu.ve irom jus- Jenk;nj tQok him nt of the way lice an emoezzier oi puoiie moneys Trioime-. Bpeciai y, it is expected whom, to barbor and protect will be a ttat the President will soon rearrange the most flagrant and unpardonable crime, military departments. Material changes are Therefore we say that J. will either get expected in the Northwestern States and A. J. into a very serious scrape ; or the Territories. protecti e aegis of A. J. will preserve censequence of England's refusal to aad protect the Provisional J. from all the slightest scrutiny of her eonduct , in the Alabama claims, our Government has arm. If Congress, Stanton and Meade . . ... .... ..... 1 determined to assert positively that the plajr.. their hands for what they are daim, must be paid. The President entirely worth, Jenkins will be likely to find concurs in the views of General Banks' re- himself and his ark of safety in a very I port, and intends to take speedy action in serious predicament. ' I the case of American citizens now detained in British prisons. The many terrible Railroad accidents Washington, February 3. An authen that have happened lately, exhibit, in a ticated rumor prevails in Congressional cir- painful manner, the necessity for the cles that Minister Adams has resigned his radical reconstruction " of cars and PSItioB' . , , . - . . . The President to-day appointed Wiswell lue employment of more effectual guards . . 7 . J, .' . . . , Commissioner of Internal Revenue, to sue- agamsttbe danger of running off the RoUilll. He wUl probably not be con track. The awful tragedy at Angola, whereby sixty-nine persons were killed, Kit Carson arrived last night, accompa- tnany of them being burnt to a crisp, nied by one of the principal Utah chiefs, on and the accident which is mentioned in a vie it in reference to treaty matters, the last dispatches the burning of a Chicago, February 3. A Republican steeping car on the Chicago and Quincy special savs the President positively denies Railroad are costly illustrations of th trath of the statement that he will make this ne.ce.sitv. To avoid the danirer perative aemana on ingiana to pay by cable. London-, February 3. The eale which passed over England on Saturday was very destructive to lives and property in this city and Liverpool. Chimneys and signs were blown down and houses unroofed, and many persons struck by fallinc objects were seri ously injured in some instances killed out- VIEGHTIA CHEWIKG AND 8M0KIHG rignt. iaUiWines & Liquors!! Havana and Domestic Cigars. A. E. DIUESBACH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu PHOVI8ION8 WINES an.l LIQUOliS, Floor, Corn Meal, Bran and Shorts,! And Ground Food, Crockery and Tin Ware, Hardware and X2oltB, I Blaatlng and Sporting Powder, Safety Fuse, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, &e. Ac ,ORDERS FROM THE COOTRY TEOM- PTLY ATTENDED TO. BRICK STORK, CARSOX STREET, CARSON CJTT. NEVADA. NEW YORK -RESTATJEANT Next door to MancktuD Drug Store, Canon City Loss of Three American Ships. The San Francisco Evening Dispatch of the 3d inst. has the following statement : Bv the arrival vesterdav momins of the Idaho, from Honolulu, we Ieam that three American ships had been wrecked at the guano islands to the southward of the Sand wich group, lhe snip Lizzie Uakfbrd ran on Howland's Island, on the niaht of September 25th, in a strong southerly eale, and became a total loss. The ship Washington went on McKean's Island on the night of December 4th, during a sudden squall, followed by a a heavy gale, and became a complete wreck ; and the splendid ship Minnehaha was lost at Baker's Island in the same storm which des troyed the Washington. They were all load ing or about to load with guauo, and the loss will fall very heavily on the owners of the vessels as well aa the charterers. Most of the crew of the unfortunate vessels arrived here on the Idaho. TOBACCO, S TATIONB CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, BAR FIXTURES, AD OTJTIjB n TT . Orders from tbe tnntry respectfully solicited. millS RKSTAURANT HAVING BEEN NEW- X 7 rented tarougiicmt, is now Open from 5 o'clock In the morning until 10 o'clock at night. and is supplied with all the Luxuries tlie Market AfTorda. Carson, January 1, 1S68. AVm. P. JO. Proprietor H, W. BAKER'S SEKTGrEH. AND FREIGHT Xi I N H ! CARRYING FREIUHT Prom SACHAMENTO via Shingle Springs to VIHGH2TI.A. CITTT. the Alabama claims. ' I feasance in office in exacting money from iron imperfect brakes, a new contriv- revenue officials to assist the Radicals to carry New Hampshire. COIfGKESSIOHAL whieh the engineer may stop the train almost instantly ; bat railway passen gers are still at the mercy of badly con structed wheels, kerosene lamps and ... . , J J 8EWATE. c-r. oi i.gni, ury wou .uu Washington, February 3.-A number of rea witn nignljr combustible paint. 0,,;, and memorials on various subjecU Tba Sew York Tribune of a late date were presented and referred. makes some suggestions upon this sub- I Sherman, from the Finance Committee, iact which ooght to be seriously consid- reported favorably on the House bill regard ed fa v Railwav Director.. That n.ner the t"tion of ia n,tion1 b,n1"' . ,1. i,m k. -r Wilson introduced a bill providing for the . . . , . I gradual reduction of the army and discon- It UU KUSbVMU W WWW M0 IUII BUUU1UI J T f 1 I Unurng unnecessary grades. Iter erred. ue set upon more wneeis man ara now Ponjeroy introduced a bill granUng land used ; and strong guards should be ; ,jd 0f a railroad from Fort Scott to Santa erected at the aides of the track where Fe. il nasaea thronirh danrerona Dlacea. I When the mornine hour expired, the These seem admirable sair?estions. esne- Senate resumed debate on the Reconstruc- i,U lh ida& of iron curl, whinh I tion bill ... .. ... I Stewart spoke in favor of the bill; where- niMithmm Mah Inln Irinrl linff vnnfl DAP . ' I upon the Senate adjourned, burn like tinder, as the cars now in use I ' house. fa but too aot to do when aa accident Washiwotow, February 3. A number of ocia. The Panama Railroad ia fur- bilI and lntions were introduced, in- ..... , . . , ,, eluding a bill providing that any man may Bibe4 with several iron car ; and they cititn on ,ppUcaUon to any Uw dessn s light and neat as there is any Court and on taking the usual oath. " The Haie of the Same Dog." A fel low by the name of Daly was " Shanghaed " and robbed by two old convicts who go by the names of General Kearny and King Lear, the other day, in San Francisco. The two scamps were arrested and got out of the J scrape, according to the Evening Dispatch of the 3d inst., as follows : On the case of Phil Kearny and William Lear two old convicts, charged with the rob- herv or Kdward Dalv beinir called in tbe Police Court this morning, Kearny arose in I IT the dock and objected to the testimony of I Daly, on the ground that, having served a term in the State Prison, he was disqualified to testify. This proving to be true, the case was dismissed. County- Buildings, Carson St., On and aftr September 17th. freicht per th aoove line win leave pacrameuio by uie3 o clocK P. M. tiain daily, aud be dispatched pernacutia tarsea iiiff acvaaa, I irum smog-ie springs on tue toiiowmg juoruiiig. ruDoing via PlacerTllle, Genoa and Carson City OSCAR. ORRENKBATJM. Carson Citv, Jan. 15, 1868. NEW FALL KOPPEL GOODS. & PLATT, Carson City, Nevada, AVK JUST RBCKIVED A NEW LOT Of t ALL GOODS, consisting of c NEW SUITS, ZATS, OAF R A V A T S 3. - The Poob Exile. Says the New York tribune : I Judire Aldrich of South Carolina, who re-UUOTS All U 8UUS fused to obey Gen. Canby's order allowing all I registered voters, without distinction of color, I WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALFCTIEAP. to sit on iuries. and who was therefore re-1 moved from his office, applied to Gen. Canby I FRUIT ! Fill! IT !! FRUIT ! lor payment oi nis salary, uen. uanoy re-1 fused, stating that the people of South Caro lina were already sufficiently burdened with out being obliged to pay for services never performed. Thereupon Judge Aldrich deems himself " exiled from his native land," and departs for the State of Georgia, with notice that he will remain an exile so long as Gen. Canbv remains in power. " You that have tears prepare to shed them now, Virginia City and Intermediate Points ! RATES From Sacramento, Car- Htli, 12 1-9 eenfa per pound. On. mall lota, and Ugut packages, or DBiay irelgnt an extra cnarge will be- made. Shippers will deliver freight to Whitney k Co., Agents, bacranieoto, Ho packages larger than 3 by 3 and 4 feet long, or weighing over ouu pounds, ill bo received, unless speciilly agreed on. .A.O-ZBJNT'X'JS : WHITNEY & CO.,Sacraniento and Shingle Springs H. W. BAKKK . I'lacMTille D. A. FVLK3 t Carson Oily M. COOl'tH A CO., 25 Suuth C St., Virginia City II. W. BAKER. d6-tf Proprietor. NEW DEHTISTEY OFFICE! DR. M. MASTNY, IDESTIST, Haioht for Pbesident. A communica tion appears in the San Francisco Dispatch urging Governor Haight as a desirable per son to be given the Democratic nomination for the Presidency. The Fool Killer's ser vices are needed. GEORGE ZENOVICH, SZltEK Iff FR TT T T k N TT T ft nrtcLD inform the citizens of J.l J X A JBu. A ul H Carson and the public eenerally that h sSLj'V I has opened a new dentistry oluce ia the VEGETABLES, W CANDIES, Prmsby House Biook, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes. I And those deniring FIRST CLASS DENTISTRY ... , .... ... . . WORK are requnted tn call at his office. H t o . 'v. iT- " ' o.o.u.. o, SOLE PROPRIETOR ef the Fn-lrht and ExureM. I Krery variety of California and Tropical Fruit I Patent Vulcanized Gold L.tnlng. that can be obtained for this Market. Prices I reasonable. A large sepply always on hand. I 4 flood work, at a fair price, promptly ex- 4J3 Carson street, near tbe coraer or King I ecu ted. street. Carton City. a8-tf I Carnou, J.in. 1, 18CS.