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THE DAILY APPEAL
H. i?. Ifigheis :::::::::::: Editor.
Bsmday Blaming, Feb. 16, 1868
Meeting of the Union Etato Central
Committee.
At met ting of the State Central Committee of
t!ie Union Party of Nevada, held pursuant to call,
February 10, 1968, it was ordered as follows :
That a State Convention for the purpose of se
lecting delegates to represent the State in the
convention of the National Union Republican
Party, called to meet in Chicago on the 20th of
May, 1868, be called to meet in Carson City on the
Sch day of April next.
That delegates to said convention be apportioned
as follows:
One for each connty, and
Ooo for each Senator and Representative to
which snch connty is entitled.
That the several county Central Committees be
instructed to provide for the election of Delegates
io the State Convention ; said elections to be by
direct vote at the Primaries, or by conventions
as the committees may direct. AU elections of
delegates to be had prior to the 1st of April next.
That at the Primaries for the selection of dele
gates, tha following test be recommended, when
ever a challenge shall be niaue tj the right of a
party to vote:
"Did yon, at the last election fur State officers,
repport the Tnion ticki t ? " "And will you, at
the next Presidential election, support the nomi
nees of the National Republican party "
C. . DeLONG, Chairman.
C N. Xotewabs, Secretary pro tern.
Tbi Bbitish Pum OTincei a dispo
sition upon the part of British polo
ticiaos to evade the mistakes of the
past with regards to American affairs,
by applauding the popular sentiment
of the country as evinced toward Gen
eral Grant. The wise men in England
foresee the strengthened condition of
the United States which is certain to
follow Grant's inauguration ; and they
sagaciously prefer to propitiate so
formidable a power. Nothing could
be a stronger indication of the General's
strength as a Presidential condidate
than the concessions made in his be
half by the leading English journals.
John Bull does not always know what
side his bread is buttered on, but when
be finds out be takes excellent care to
keep the buttered side up.
BY STATE TELEGEAPH-
ALABAMA.
Senator Sherman proposes as direct
aad certain a " thoroughfare" for the
subjugation of Alabama rebels as bis
brother conceived of when he started
through Georgia on his march to the
aea. Should the bill which be has in.
troduced into Congress become a law
t'je Reconstruction Acts will be given a
full sweep over all obstructions and sol
lea non-actions ; it makes a clean cut
at all the old and new fastenings by
which the rebellion holds to, and bind
rrj the action of, the legitimate govern
ment, its conqueror. A declaration that
certain things doBe and perfected in any
cue of the distracted communities o
the South shall entitle its people to re
presentation in the National Legisla
ture, breaks out the road of Restoration
at once. A certain and simple way
which cannot be evaded by technical
skirmishing will divert the stxgnant
waters into one broad and resistless
stream.
In epposition to this measure of
Sherman's, the Copperheads will quote
the inviolability of that provision of
the Reconstruction Act which requires
a majority vote of all persons registered
as a necessity to the adoption of the
i:ew Constitutions. To be snre they
have sworn great oaths that the whole
of the Reconstruction Laws are unconsti
tutional. But when have they been, or
when have they evinced any desire to
be, consistent ? But the strong ground
which Sherman may and does occupy is
tsat Congress hag the right to judge of
las qualification of its own members
besides being the supreme political
power of the land. There is a bold, de
fermined dash abont this new bill that
meets the requirements of the times. It
pays no toll npon the turnpikes of Cop
perbeadism bnt takes a straight
"chute" of its own, 'cross country.
Such is the way to gain the mastery of
tbe situation. Timidity and uncertain
groping have too long characterized tbe
performances of oar political doctors.
The passage of Sherman's Bill will
solve the Reconstruction problem at
once.
Ca it bs possibli that tbe Copper
heads on tbe Supreme Bench nnited in
tbe late opicior, dismissing tbe Georgia
vase, in order to put Congress off its
guard and defer action with relation to
i he proposed law requiring a two-third
r unanimous decision upon Constitu
tional questions, and thus to secure to
themselves a clear field in which to
operate upon tbe McArdla case ?
Telegraphic Postal Communication-.
It is assuring to the public that the matter is
being vigorously pursued. Says the Wash
ington Chronicle of the 2Sth ult.:
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, is busily en
IPgtil in perfecting his bill to secure tele
graphic postal communication with all parts
i-f tiie United State. He has already re
reivrd information from Europe pertaining
tt thin subject, and is daily awaiting more.
As he contemplates violent opposition from
the established telegraphic lines, he desires
to make bis proposed system ao complete
and desirable that there nill be no doubt of
it adaption. 1
New Orleans, February 11. After a
stormy debate, the Convention adopted a re
solution allowing the members and employes
30 per cent, additional pay.
Little Rock, February 11. The Conven
tion has adopted the Constitution as a whole,
without being printed, after five hours debate
It provides for 20 Senators and 80 Represen
tatives. The Executive and State officers are
to be elected for four years. The people are
to elect four Supreme Judges. The Governor
appoints the Chief Justice for a term of eight
years. The Constitution compels three
months attendance at school annually, with
out distinction of color. It provides for an
election for the adoption of the Constitution
on March 13. The Convention will adjourn
Thursday.
Havaxa, February 11. President Cabral
of St. Domingo has fallen from power and
abandoned the Capital. General Hurgria
has assumed the reins of government.
Many Mexicans have arrived here from
France.
Tallahassee, February 11. The major
ity portion of the Convention has had a ses
sion, and expelled Billings and several mem
bers of the minority, and passed an ordinance
to issue bonds to the amount of 15,000 to
pay the expenses of the Convention.
Tallahassee, February 12. The major
ity of the Convention has entered a protest
againtst the action of the minority, and de
posed its officers, elected new ones and passed
a resolution declaring that the Convention
has power to compel the attendance of ab
sentees.
CoLmBus, Ohio, February 12. Secretary
Seward's reply to the request of Governor
Hayes for the return of all papers concern
ing the ratifications of the Constitutional
Amendment by Ohio says there is no law
permitting the withdrawal of any documents
from the State L .part men t at the request of
individuals or States. Therefore the resolu
tion ratifying tbe amendment will remain on
file.
New Yokk, February 12. The Herald's
Constantinople special says the United States
steamer Ticonderoga, of nine guns, has ar
rived off the coast of Crete, under special
orders from Farragut. It is also believed
that the remainder of Farragut's squadron
will be stationed in the Grecian Archipelago.
Chicago, February 12. Washington spe
cials say the prospects of impeachment are
fading away. The Senate Judiciary Commit
tee are opposed to Edmonds' bill regulating
the proceedings in cases of impeachment,
and providing for suspension of officers after
articles are presented. Without this bill, it
is generally considered it is of no use to im
peach the President.
Jerry Black is preparing another case to
test the validity of the Reconstruction Acts'
He proceeds against General Meade for using
money from the Treasury of Georgia.
New Youk, February 12. The press all
comment on the Grant and Johnson corres
pondenc?.
The Tribune says Grant has utterly over
thrown the charge of insubordination, and
that Johnson appears willing to wound but
afraid to strike.
The Herald declares for Grant for Presi
dent.
The Times says Grant may have been
hasty and may have given the President to
understand he would aid in keeping Stanton
out, but no doubt he prepared him for his
final action.
The World savs Grant is convicted of du.
plicity. He has pursued a tortuous and un
manly course.
The Sun says the net wherein the Presi
dent and four of his Secretaries Bought to
ensnare Grant has been utterly destroyed.
The Post s ays the President merely plays
the scold.
The Commercial thinks both the President
and Graut acted honestly, and regards the
conflict as one of the miserable results of
Radicalism.
Conness introduced a bill to grant land in
aid of a railroad from Tallejo to Humboldt,
California. Referred.
Yates from the Committee on Territories
reported a bill for the admission of Colorado,
and gave notice that he would call it up at an
early day.
Morrill called up the resolution inquiring
mio me lurciuie ejection ill cuiureu employes
from tbe cars of Alexandria and Georgetown
railroad.
In the course of debate, Conness urged the
immediate consideration of the rights of
American citizens abroad, lie complained
of the delay of the Committee on Foreign
Affairs in acting on bis resolution introduced
last month. Sumner said the committee
were giving the subject their careful and
constant attention, and its action would soon
be known.
The resolution passed.
A bill for the promulgation of the laws of
Congress was passed, after which the Senate
went into executive session and adjourned.
HOtSE.
Washixotox, February 12. Wilson of
Iowa introduced a bill for the surrender of
persons convicted of certain crimes. It pro
vides that no person duly convicted of mur
der, piracy, assassination, arson, robbery or
forgery shall be allowed to enter or remain
in the United States. It authorizes the Pres-
dent, upon satisfactory proof, to cause such
person to be sent back to the country from
which he came.
The bill drafted by the Secretary of State,
concerning the rights of American citizens,
came up. After some remarks banks moved
the previous question, which cut up further
amendments. J. he House reluscd to sustain
the demand for the previous question by a
decided majority. Jcnks oliered an amend
ment in the nature of a substitute for the
bill, declaring the right of expatriation and
naturalization to be the public law of the
United States, and directing the President to
insist upon the recognition of such rights by
other Governments. A number of other
amendments were offered.
The morning hour havinz expired the
House went into Committee of the Whole
upon the General Appropriation bill. No
new points were developed, and without dis
posing of the bill the committee rose, and
the House adjourned.
JOHN E. CHENEY,
DIALER IN
Groceries, Provisions Liquors, &c,
Corner Telegraph and Carson Bts.,
CARSON CITY,
XT AVISO PURCHASED TUB STORK LATE-
II ly owned by J. J. Spencer, will keen con
stantly on hand a large and fine assortment of
GK0CEEIES AND PROVISIONS,
Comprising id part
CALIFORNIA HAMS.
Fresh. Ranch Uutter,
KSS,
Lard,
Teas.
Sugars.
Valuable Suetace Ores. Says yester
day's Enterprise :
A great deal of prospecting is at present
being done in the outcroppings of abandoned
mines lying from one to five miles eastward
of the great Comstock lode, and in many
instances paying ore has been found upon
and near the surface. In Silver Star District
ore has lately been found that assayed at the
rate of $50 per ton for selected ore. There
will doubtless be some valuable discoveries
made in our old abandoned mines during the
coming summer. In Castle District, north
of the citv, are many very large leads.
crowned in most instances with huge masses
of croppings, that have been abandoned for
five or six years. In the vicinity of a num
ber of these, shafts have been sunk to a depth
of from 10J to 200 feet, and in some in
stances tunnels of considerable length were
driven in. In most cases an influx of water
put an end to operations on the shafts before
the leads for which they were started were
reached, and few of the tunnels were ever
driven in far enough to tap the veins toward
which they were directed. But little work
was ever done with a view to a practical test
of auy of the leads, and little more is known
of their value than when they were first dis
covered. We believe that good surface ore
will vet be found in the district.
Coffee,
Syrups,
MEAh.
FLOUR, CORN
Grcen.Can and Dried Fruits,
Confectionary, Stationery,
FooXs-ot Out 1 ory,
WINES AM LltiVORS.
asTKelnember the place, corner Telegraph and
Carson streets, Penrod lloose.
JOHN E. CHENEY'.
jyl6-tf
July 15, 1887.
The IIovston (Texas) Telegraph ex
changes with a South Carolina paper which
reaches it through the postomce wrapped in
thoasand dollar confederate specie bonds.
NEW TO-DAY.
IVoticc In Bankruptcy.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT, OX THE
15th day of February, A. D. 1S6S, a warrant
in bankrupt?? Tias issued airainst the estate of
THOMAS J. JIEDFOttD, cf Cftrson City, county of
OrmsbT. ami fctate of eTUda, who lias keen ml
indeed a bankrupt, on his own petition; that tb
payment of any dents and delivery ot any property
beloBzinir to such fan K nipt to mm, or lor hid us
and the transfer of an v proper! v by him are f rbi l
den by law; that a meeting of the creditors of the
said bankrupt, to prove his debts and choose one
or more assignees ot his estate, will be held at
Court of Btnkmptcv, to be holden at the office
of Mr. J. SKELV, a Register in Bankruptcy of
naid Court, yo. to Smth C street, in irginiat.ty,
Storey eountv, evad. before said Ketrister,
ou the 2-ith day of February, A. D. 168, at 1;
o'clock M.
E. IRWIN,
IT. 8. Marsha! and Messenger in Bankruptcy.
Iel5-4t By Jno. C. James, Deputy.
OSCAR GSEEIIEBAUM,
SZAUS IS rOKEGN A.1D DOMESTIC
Wines & Liquors!,
Havana and Domestic Cigars,
VIEGINIA CHEWING AND SMOKING
TOBACCO,
S TATIONE ZVST
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE,
BAR FIXTURES,
ASS
OUTIjEnT.
Orders from the country respectfully solicited.
MAISH & AMMEl
1IAVE REMOVED TO
Opposite tbe Pcnrod Hon
AND HAVING JUST BCITD A
XEW STOCK OF GOOD
AUK PREPARED TO SUTrLY
All Kinds of Furniture!
or
Every XJcscxiptioa
DOSE TO ORDER.
riBXITlRE REPAIRS
A.TB
POLISHED
AS GOODAS NEW
PIANOS, HELODEGNS,
ASH
All Clher Musical Instrnxoent
REPAIRED ASD TUNED.
Sewing Machine
CLEANED AND JUiPAIHED,
CHEAP FOB CASH,
CARSOX CITY, NEVADA.
Carson. Jn. 1 ,
NOW IS THE TIM
TO
SAVE MONEY
J. R0SENST0CK
la Closing Out Ilia Winter Stoc
OF
CLOTHING!
f gBoots & Shoes,
IX.
. Cauntr BaUdlngs, Carson St..
Carson Cltjr, Nevada
OSCAR CnEENEBAVM.
Carson Citv. Jn. 15. 18M.
LIST 07 LETTERS
Remaining in the Carson City Post Office
February 15, 1868.
Persons calling for these Letters will please say
ADVZBTISE.
Bain. Mrs E
Carter, Mrs W M
Dunniuz. Mrs
Green, Mrs E
Milcr, Mrs L
Ladles' List I
Myers. Mrs J
Morrison, Mrs 1?
. Porch, Mrs II II
Wilkinson, Miss Mary
VTiilisms, Mrs K
Gentlemen's List:
Allen, A II Jones, A C
Anderson, J It
Ainiptt, Joseph
Baronette, 1 II
Barry, John
B tin. Charles
Barber, V. m
Bark?) jw. L B
Bear.!, P B
Bern!, G
Hake, J B
Jot dan, A II
Johnson, James
Jordan, G A
Kramer, F
Lebn, 8
lIond, F
Luther, J M
Magee, Andrew
Mat-int, J R
McClure, JC 2
B.,issonnenn Eugene 2 McGr.ne, John
C0H22KSSI0HAL
Vashixotox, February 12. Sherman
introduced a bill declaring that Alabama,
having adopted its Constitution by the maj
ority of those Toting, shall be declared to be a
State entitled to be restored to the right of
representation in Congress. It was referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
Bowers, John
lion ker, C C
Ca-uliell, Eohsrt
'arriiian, Jarni-s
Charhuuiicun, F
Ciwrcr. M K
Cleveland, S B
Duirus, Ueonre
Driscol, Ikitnothy
Ejulest.m, ClaiL
Gay, Jnli
Ciljon, .1 II
Gray, S M 2
Goudall, D F
Hanks, J li
Ilarriugton, C II 2
llnghe-, James
Hunt, Joseph .
H ipkins, G O
Hurst, C II 2
Jones, A S
Johnson, T F
McXee-. J l:
McLaclilan, J B 2
Madden, P U
Millam, F A
01'K Luther 2
O'Doncell, John
Peel, J S
Mace, James
Shimon. W E
Firlatt, Win
Smith, Wallace
Smart, D P
Stniley, Wm 2
Spencer, F N
True, Q M
Van Dusen, P
Va nam, Kiland
White, UW
Wolfcrborcer, Gejrge
Weston, D tl
White, J H
B. r. SMALL, Postmaster.
ROBERT 13. SHARP.
DEXTIST,
TTAS K2FITTED FITS OFFICE ROOMS
XX. and obtaiued a lance supply of Den
tists' Material from San Francisco ; and is prepared
To de Good Substantial Work at
Reasonable Prices.
He will be pleased to see his old cnatomer. and
any cew ones who may favorhim witli a c:ill.
The doctor executes sets of teeth, with air
cnamt,ers
Lined with Pure Gold, by tbe nse of
improved gold lining and rubber.
This is a new invention, superior to any old style.
It adds strength and beauty to the plate. To
this work heiuviies the especial attentiou of the
public.
S-Nocharge for extracting teeth preparatory
to fitting the plate.
Office on Carson street, opposite the Plaza
Carson. Nevada. anll-tf
Provisions, Liquors,
AI
New Store ! New Goods !
louis maTdiebaum,
sKAUa a
Groceries,
GEXERAL, MERCHANDISE
riayinr leased the Brick Store lately ooenpied
by u. A. Sears, will constantly seep on nana
California Ilams, Bacon
RANCH BUTTER,
ZZsG-G-S, ImEIID,
Teas,
sugar,
Coffee,
Srruns.
Flour,
CORN 3VT E -eV- 1 ,
Grcen.Can and Dried Fruits,
CONFECTIONERY,
WINES & LIQUOBS,
And an assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
r Families will find it to their advantage to
examine my stock. "fcs
Kenieniber the place :
Boars' Uriels. Store.
Carson Cilj, JVevada.
LOUIS MA.NDLEBALM.
Carson, Jan. I, 18C8!
AND
Fl'RXISIII.VG GOODS!
At Prices to Suit Everybody
Ouslness Suits for $13 Ot
Business Suits for.- 18 Ot,
California Sulta for SO 0(
Over Caata for 10 0(
Over Coatafor. 13 01
Men's Calf Doats for 3 0(
Men's Calf Boat for Ot
Men's Calf Doats for S Ot
43-CALL AND SEC TIIiM.
J. ROSEXSTOCK,
Caraon Street, Carson City, Kcv,
Carson, Feb. 4, JSS.
XEW DENTISTEY 0ITICE :
DE. M. MASTNY,
j-jP E X T I S T
1ITOULD INFORM TflK CITIZENS ul
Tl Carson and the pubiic eenerallv that hi
uas opened a new dentistry olnce in the
Ormshy House Block.
IARSO.V CITV, NEVADA,
And thote dejiring IRST CLASS DENTISTRY
VYOKK are reoustc-d to call at his office, lie it
SULK l'R01'KITOK of the
Patent Vulcanised Gold Lining.
Jfg- Good work, at a fair mice, promptly ex
ecu ted.
Carson, Jan. 1, 1SR.
BOOK
4MB
isJLzAJ
STORE,
SITUATION "WANTED.
BY A YOUNG WOMAN, IN A DINING
Rootn. or ss CbamberaiaM: would take care
ot children, or Co the work of a 101011 family.
Farther particulars can le learned on application
at the office of thu pajer, fcU lw
FANCY GOODS,
JOH3ST G-. FOX
DESIRES TO CALL ATTENTION TO HIS
exten.ive an I carefully selected st-k of
Goods, which he has now 00 hand, it being by iar
tbe
Most Costly
Assortment of the kind
Ever brought to Carson,
FANCY
Jewelry,
STATIONERY.
for 2868.
If
Watches,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
Standard Works of History and Fiction,
MAGAZIKKS, etc., eke.
The Dublic is invited to an inspection of thee
foods, and a comparison of prices with other
houses is asked for.
JOBS G. FOX,
Carson Bosk Store.
December 15th. 1367. del6-tf

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