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THE DAILY APPEAL.
li Clothwo for Sprixo eati. Koppel & Piatt have just received some fine poods which they will sell at a low price. Attention is directed to their advertisement in the ArrEAL of this morning. Baptism. The discussion, at the Metho dist Church, last evening, in relation to the administration of the ordinance of baptism to infants, was listened to by an audience numbering about one hundred persons. Hy . Tote of those present it seemed the greater number favored the view taken by the Mormon KlJcr, as opposed to that advocated by the Methodist clergyman. Another branch of the same subject, we are informed, will be discussed this evrnin?, same hour and place as on previous evuins. Fire Alarm A "Washing Oi t." A little after S u'clock last eeninz an alarm c f fire was caused by the burning of some bar rels in a lot in rear of a house f "iilt frame" on King street just above the New! York Bakery. In th?ir eagerness to subdue the devouring element, the firemen directed a copious and lively stream of water upon the burning mass ; and the house in question being in immediate range of the fire, sustain ed a considerable wetting, greatly to the wrath of the female who is its tenant. Ve should be sorry if our firemen were to be gui'.ty of anything like au unwarrantable outrage upon an ' unprotected female " vir tuous or otherwise ; but if prostitutes wiil make nuisances of themselves by plying their degraded avocations riht under the eyes of ilecent people and families, we hope they may be deiuged till they can't rest. Them's our sentiments. SAW FBANCISCO DISPATCH. From the Virginia Enterprise of yesterday. Sax Francisco, March 21. The Union primary election yesterday passed off very quietly and a full delegation in favor of Grant for President was elected to the Con vention. The Independent Dispatch has again changed hands. Volney E. Howard has gone out and I.inthicura of the Occidental and Vanguard, and formerly of the Marys ville Express, has assumed the editorial management of the paper. Benjamin Janson tvas fined S'K'O to-day for assaulting a man with a knife. A spiritual paper is about to be established at Oakland. A little boy about six years of age, named Charles Swain, fell into a well on the San Pablo read, on Friday last, and was drowned Oakland is infested wi'h a swarm of thieves and burglar, recent arrivals from the East. S. V. Eixby, a well known note and gen eral broker, was arrested lastniht by tletec tives Lees and Watkins, on a charge of forgery. It crows in some manner out of a similar charge against S. B. Nichols, on which he was arrested and which is pending in the FoHce Court now. There was a large meeting last night of friends of the Women's Co-operative organi zation, at Union Hall, on Howard street. At 22 minutes after 11 a. m. to-day quite a severe shock of earthquake was experienced in this city. No damage done. A company has incorporated, with a capi tal of $',000, to manufacture upholstery, with elastic sponge, in place of hair, pulu, etc. A telegram from Washington announces the decision by the Supreme Court of the case of Grisar vs. McDowell, wherebv the NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY! J. ROSEWSTGCK Is Closing Out III Winter Stock OF CLOTHING! AMI Fa"R.MlHSM' iOf)SS! At Prices to Suit Everybody! Business Snlt for 913 00 Rnsintss Suits for in 00 California Suits for 10 00 Over Com for 10 OO Over Coatsfur 1100 Ktu'i Calf Boats for 3 00 Men's Calf Boats for 100 Men's Calf Boats for S 00 44-CALL AND SEK TilKM. J. KOSK.XSTOCK, Carson Street, Carson C ity, ev. Car-. .n. Feb. 4. IS. Going Away. It is with much regret that I claim of the Government to the military we make the announcement of the intended ! reservation at Black Point in this city is con- departure hence, to-day, of Dr. Wiliari G. Wayman and wife. They are goinj awav with the intention of making their residence either in California or one of the Eastern States at any rate, ther are o .iltiair the to iii.1... 11J : Liverpool wheat market. 1.5s. firmed. Mining stocks are active. I."gal tenders, ihr." 7-1. Xew York quotations Gold, l-'JSJ; grain and fi nir unchanged ; sterling lias declined sage-brush to live in some more inviting re-1 ,.', . , , , , , 3 l-.or.r Sale ef one hundred barre gun. e express the sense of their neigh- ,,.., (j,,p -t 7 bors and many friends n hen we s.iv that the Wheat Sales include 1,3-10 sacks verv CIIA3. f. FKIKND.J AXWILW MATTE. Fit I END & MAUTE, IEA!.FI1S IN STATIONER?, CIGARS & TOBACCO, Confectionery, Cr.se Goods, Ac-, CA!t.0:i STREET, Thre I)..'rs Snub of the Count- PuiMing, CARSON CITY, NKVADA. YA vt.miM inf -mi our customers nn-1 the put-lie K-iM-nilly. ihiit w lr.xc mule airati-lU'-iit? in ?:tu Kinm-i-i." ! I- -..ii"MTitlv Mip i ti. .1 mth the llrsl miliir Havana C lars. .iii.I LntTIIK Bi:.T I'.IIANM are - II here AU .. rmrtlc Clears of the 1 KKV Fl.Nt.-T yt ALU I'. Try Hum : OSCAR GEEENEBAUM, M.ALI IX roRtTOS AMI tKDHTO Havana and Domestic Cijars. VISGI5IA CHEWING .XD EKOKIKC TOUACC't), S TATIOIJE XL-T CRGCKCR V, litVlMSUAiti:, hah pi XT unr.s, OTTTljEItY. Orders fr.mt the cutitiy rr-pertfnlly -1! -ti.il Count)- Bindings, Carson St.. Carson CHy, ivid, OSCAll CillKKXCIIAl .M. CannCltv. .Ian. IS. AND -r-.SB"'-"",S. . - V. MEAT MAKKKTiS. aii!x novi:n, ri(.rliir i" nil: . II removal of Dr. Wayman and wife from "i' 1"; 1 Vvterd:.y.S2 fin ; 2.'W ,- eUAf.W TAI WTn amon.ns.s deeply regretted. The c,tee, fcl'Vfe ' ...tn Xl0 'aLV' T0I'A(-C) :U which tht v are laid here and the ;iiea?ant I out ;:ure for the muket to-d.tv that is, i Am.-e- which :s tin- KO i. li i r,.'i-'.rat..! tiuKKN associations which arc a part of their family ! " "'"uId !,p dirh.-ilt to place a lot above that , . 'V'i',? ' .'jr?"' ,.-' history, tend to fromote this feciiu in t.o Lf. ow , ,nr eV.M tZIJZUZli: yfl.nV. i..l Bar. Wuit. -Men l.'';r, tnitt nift tl.-wt'i-s, ili-ny i oUib, know t!1. it anv consul Ta'ole nM inflrv rnnM he coram n tlejrce. Tor ourselves and on be- imirchas.-J at the price. haif of their aco'iaiutan.-es and associates! Harley Mark-t (jtiiet at SI 0:2 00 ; . r . , , , weak at the outside tiure. wherever they may po, and promise them a hearty " welcome home" should they ever return among us. O.its Small sales of fair to choice, 20 Co 2 30. OrR Sesatoks axii Repbeskxtativr. The Congressional Directory fur the Second Session of the Fortieth Congress contains the following : James Y. Xve, of Carson Cilv. Kevada. was born in Madison county. New York, June 10, IS 1.5 ; received a puuiic school education; studied and practiced nw ; was a State Police Commissioner in New York city in IViU; was appointed Governor of Nevada Territory in 101 ; was elected to the I nited States Senate as a Republican, on the adoption of the State Constitution, and took his seat in ISoo, and was re-elected in lv'7. His term of senice will expire March 4. ib73. XVm. M. Stewart, of A'ireinia Citv. w.tj nom in ayne eoantv, pw nrk, A'lg'it 0 1SJ7 ; was a student at Yale Oollegje ; went to California, where he was em;-. ed in mininir : studied and practiced law, serving as State attorney ana Attorney Lieueral ; ivmovr.nr to :.iut poiti-m of l:.ii now Nevada, he was elected to the Territorial Legislature in lstll ; wss elected a member of the ('.invention which framed the Constitution of Nevada in 18'3; was elected to the United States Sen- FEOJI HAVANA. New Youk, March 23. Specials from Havana state that three strong shocks of earthquake were felt at St. Thomas. Busi ness is paralized. General Baej has not ar. rived at St. Domingo. The cholera had dis appeared. Aw ful shocks of earthquake were fell at Porto Kico. The inhabitants were fleeing fur safetv. Mrerschanui, W.ioil nu t Cl'iy Mills Sold roit Taxes. The Esmeralda Union of the 21st inst. says : AVe omitted mentioning the fct in our last issue, that the Del Jlotite and Antelope mills were on the 4 th lnst. sold for lairs. As a matter 01 course the bank of California bought them in. The tax and delinquency amounted to thesnu little stu of S'l'JlO 7o. It is a matter for serious consideration that tive of our principal mills are in the hands of capitalists, going to decay, and yet there are iiunaveds ol thousands ot tons of ore whicu can he had almost for the picking tip, that will pay from fifteen to nftv dollars per ton. v hy cannot ore tie worked h-lre as cheap as elsewhere ? In our opinion there new was a more promiMng held for thorough practical a'e as a II -publican en the adoption of the Mate Contuutior., and took his scat in lb 10. ! millmeu to work in. H rrn .f .. l T . f 1- . 1 . -.1 iciiu -ji juiki; ,.i.i tx nrt- jiarcu -i, 15.0. 1. - , .. . ........ l.'eioslt. Ashler, of Austin, was born at the k " ld mitt" ,hat P"l't "g"ng I ost, ArKansas, 1 ebruarv l, IS ; received 13 "ecay saouid get noia 01 tnese mills, aa academic education ; studied and prac ticed law; went to California irtl&T.t; was District Attorner in ISol, IS 12. and 1S53: was a member of the Assembly of California in 1S54 and 1K.5 ) : was a member of the State .Senate of California in 1 806 and 1S37; was State Jrcasurer of California in lbb- and 1S53 ; went to Nevada in 1 SG-i and was elected a representative from that State to the Thirtv- Cinth Congress ; was re-elcitrdto the l-'oV- tieth Congress as a Kcpubiic.ni, receiving .-') votes agamst vott-s fur -Uitchell, Democrat. Railroad Ti xxels. At the California end of the Pacific Railroad, tunnels, mostly "hrough the solid rock, succeed each other at I intervals of a few miles. Taking the road from Sacramento, the first tunnel is at a dis- Itance of 73 miles, through Grizzly Hill, nmong the lower undulations of the Sierra. Like all the rest it is IS feet high and Ifi wide. Its length is 500 feet. The s.-ennd is 300 feet long, the third 300. fourth 100. fifth 1WL the Isixth (thegreat Summit tunnel) is 1,6-39 feet -one, the seventh 100. eichth 3.i. ninth 216. I tenth 5t)9, eleventh 577, twelfth 312, thirteenth S70, fourteen, on the Trucker, 123, and the .ilteenta t.i. Five Hr.vnnFi) and Fohtt M it es of Ithe 'Union Pacific Railroad running west .- n i .1. ... rora umana across irie continent are row rushed, the track beintr laid and trains ruyi- :ing within ten miles of the summit of the jtocky Mountains. The rrofect that the luhole grand Sine lr the Pacific will be com- lioctea in iou was never neiier. ine means F.1 far provntu lor construction nave pruved ample, ana tnere is no lack u( lunds tor the most vigorous prosecution, of the enterprise. II he Company's first mortgage bonds are nasr offered at par. iner pay six percent. I a gold, and hare thirty jear to ran before uaturing. ! Cut, seriously, it is as deplorable as it is difE cult to understand that the business of mining is not more prosperous around Aurora. Uxiox Fr.iMATtY Election in ArnoitA. The Esmeralda Union of the 21 -it inst. has the following record of proceedings upon the part of the Unionists of that precinct : Pursuant to call the Union men of Aurora Precinct met at the Court House last evening and nominated the following ticket to be voted for at the Union primary election to-day, for deleg&tes to the County Conven tion to be held on the 31st : O. Kimball, Wilson Butler, J. J. Foor, Frank Neal, F. K. Bechtel, S. M. Booker, B. F. Tade, M. DeKay, C. I. Robinson. XEWsrArcR. In a lecture upon newspa pers, delivered in Philadelphia by Rev. De Witt Talmadge, he said : I now declare that I consider the newspapers to be the grnnd agency by which the Gospel is preached, ig norance east out, oppression dethroned, crime extirpated, the world saved. Heaven re joiced and God glorified. In the clanking of the printing press, as sheets fly out, I hear the voice of the Lord Almighty proclaiming to all the dead nations of the earth, " Laza rus, come forth ! and to the retreating surges of darkness, " Let there be light." STATIONERY V- mVs.'11 the IVM Quality nf Writ lf Paper, d ui-tiBr in art "f " Kstrt upcr lirir' Lftf.l C-il, " Kjtti-i C 'uzrnw l."tttr,' " Kvtr ?iujiffrfin' Lirifiir C"Uiriifn'i:U rt,' MxtntStij tTtiu' li"t 'tt-.'" 'irt-tiif CuiiiaierTittl Nntft' Kirct-CI s Note.' ?un-rtitiT L-'tts-r, ' ;ir. Suj.erfim 0ii-Kre-oi Xott, Sii;rfiiiry White Lu l Hill I'ip," iVisi Pnla4, Mt-m iriiii-lni!)", Ih.ri , l-tlr Nut;rifn' PUiti HO'l S!i(ij- Knf ttefi 'all r irn mm 1 fii, Rel, HlufitU'l Itlx k Ink, ltik.Htn 1-. hi,.! M'KKL FKNs, IVnoiN, I ket Cut lory. WATCHES I h- .1 CLEANED JEWEUlf MAPI-; TO OH us: n GOLD AM) .SILVEK WAKE OF EVERY DKsrillPTlO.U, MAD 11 A X I 1 i 1 : 1 ' A I II I : D Diamond and Stone Settings dene t: order Particular Attention Paid to Engraving & Enameling Jewelry FKIKXD MAI TE, Cr.n Str.-et, Thrt-j Jours south of the t'uuuty Build. ugt. MAISII k AMMKJi HAVK 11KMOVKI) TO OiioNltc the l'onroc! Ituuir, AND UAVIXU Jt fT IIF.CKIVKD A -ETV STOCK F OOlS. ARE ritKPARKIi TO ."MTLV All Kinds of I'urniture UPJIOLSTEnilfG- c-r Every Z3oaorlptio DOXE TO Ullt'EK. nii.MTim: iti:i'.4iitc:n n 1' C LIS 11 '. 1 AS GOODAS Ni:W PIANOS, MELODEOXC 1D All Other Slasical Instrcincnts, REPAIRED AKU TtXKI. Sewing Macliinep. CLEANED AND ItKl'AIIiHi, CHEAP FOR CASK. CAHSOX CITY, NEVADA. rar.n. inn. 1. liH. Al'.ltt: MMihllf. IIAVlMl I-i r li, It.- M.n l i..iui-m In Ui. i, II o. M.Hii tit M , is In In. t ths I ioNKK!: IN i il! i;ri.i:s.s An.i no l.-rmt. i. tl,.. ,.iii.i f i;,i I i.l.lio, r rksh t m:m meat, i. 1 11 t-.i xox-ixi:, VJ3AL., iviTJ-r-rosj, fui s.u.i s or .ilk lii.vny, Min. i, in. iii., n t at viiuli;. li: ok uktaii.. I'ls.-. - i.f li ii . On I,, i,.. .li,,!, nwimCti. till..tji,t,,uili.. ,r m. cl, ill I.. II. .1,1, CARfuNflTV, M.VAIiA illlif ffEW DENTISTRY OFFICE I DR. M. HASTNY, EXT IS T.SE lluri.D IXFOr.M TUB CITIKNS OF ' rr..n an.! tli i.ul.li.- ire.ir:ti;y tUnt Le tian oi.eu:u a new dentiiiiy otlice u. too Ormsbjr House liloek, CAUSOJt CITY, NEVADA, And those ilei-irlne FIR?T CLASS DEVTISTnT H'dllK are reitiitel to fall at his oltice. lie it SOLE l'ilOI'lUEIOlt ..f the Patent Vulcanized Gold Lining. 97f flood wort , at a fair i.rice. r-n.miitly ex- ecnti-d. Carnon. Jan. 1, 1W. TURNER & SKAPP, MA NTFACTCR ERS AN!) I'KALKI.S IV D00T3 A1TD LEATIIES.t' Ativice to MiN'Eits. The Sn-cttwater Miner says : Pilgrims for the Land of Gold ! take it easy ! Better be slow anil sure than by your haste expose yourself to dangers and priva tions by which no partieular advantage trained. M'e are fearful it will prore hard on some who are bound for Sweetwater. March is proverbially a-treseberous month, and tht present one is not belieing that character. TTAVE OV I!A?:P. A tltlHAT ATSOIITMEM AA ii FIM. aud MIXING JiOGTS. H Bcotl M'.'ur to 0 if r and ITjrront-dtn lit IieyiHlrlns; rfonewith rfnteftnij ilMpsteh. Alii.i, l.entlier unit Sln f inilinr. coiiFiri up ui lni.tiiie Jt dutt tuif uti'l Kip, ii.ttk sud Lining f-kiii8. SAXTACKI ZSOLK LE ATIIKK,c. i Driek Store, opposite the Plazn. Carson. Jan. 1, IMS. DJOTI O 33. All Pnwsra of Attorney heretofors eanted by Bia ar this day revoked. Jiff. U. HIMItKO. Carsea City, llarrh 12th, HH. 3v I CliOCERIES&MEKril AMUSE At M:SS TII 4.V COST ! J. cl.veollt Ins I'UtiniM in Nvm1ii, ill. from this il.ite. i!hm wf ekt.iile niij ear'-MiiU Meeteil sttn-k ' t GENIsllAL MKRCIIAXUISi: sr ran ts REGARDLESS OF COST! T!il ilivxEficn WILL I.K MADE t.f tT.- ii.l ihm1(", k:iu the L,ublrf iu) lnta lijMti mi iujtC' (iOOI)S AND 1MUCJ.S riitt this (.ripiil..n Is tnmle la itui"! ftiih, The Miliarritxr nil) alw rent Lis l'ir Proof llrlclt Storo, 31 y 00 feet, Cnmi'lete Iii all Its larti. AW hi J nenlr ci'itnirurtea, Mtra mnstied Xve-olllza.s TXouno, Tigellur with th Panis, Outh .Ufes, etc., te. ALSO- IIOSSES, WAGONS, lTALNZES, RANCHES, Etc., CHEAP V O 11 C A M tl I Hie liul.lir la Iiimi. iI t wi eiSliiinati. a i f Qik'Js, Proiierly su.l Prietsi. oeo. r. ritrwELL. At I'l'trni k Cu.'f "LI ft lllil. Cnron rtrert, Carson City, Ni vi"M. Fehrnnry m. u-12 I'm licw Store! hTcw Gcoda! LOUIS lIAli'DLEHAliy. ti.Ai.ta is Groceries, Trovisiccs, liquorj. .r;u:r.iK, mwii iiiaimm:. II l;tiT len.,t the till. I, K,,r nl,.t i.rrn.nl l :'-r, will t..ii.tiii,ii- k". . til.ii itl!!omC;t i;;u:m, i;auti, HANCJI iJlTJT:K, i in, "sr, Cairee, h' I-lifts, Ilwr. Grcrii.e un and led l'i ulla, t)Nii:(:Ti(.i:itv, WINES k L1QU01.S, An.l sti awirliiii tit of Geatltmcn'i Fcniiihicj Good.. il-rnil.- ili.J a I,, their ailtsuli-ifa t rxsiniiie ai- tM k.$kt lli'llietlltirr the lKf tJofti-H' XSricls. tilox-o. (tii-sou ltj, .Vt'imhi. latCia MAMiLiHAI M. rr.n, .I..H. I, 1 "i v STAUH CO AC II poll, rsjmi DR. IIUFELAND'S cr.ir.iinATi:i SWISS STOMACH BITTERS! Alii I A 1'lcwiiiitXniurl I J? ' i A viry ArcvaMe Prirk! Irs'iirpafFitl for ncfli irf'V n i ciniir on tsi-n''rr'tiii! t Tin' In;. For sl nt nil hnlfwati- uti.l t tn!) litlur, dritf aiiJ fZUK'vry rtort , ly'cbody cliciJd bo vitliauw it! J. . FRIM-n, Pr.prletif. TAVLOil A HI'NPItL, f .1- Apnl, .M-lT l.1 Cls3 in fninrl.-.. IT! Ni'Wcs. Ws have tin- bent Warelt. ase In tli ?tstr, it lieing alwolutely firs-prvut, and are u ia preps rej to rertisea Imltrd antonntof .Msrrh'.n.l- m, tlonr r Barley en storage at raasotuiliU rates. All roxds dalivessd la aa feud order w wbea rtaslreJ. iA mamk nor a nv-LSitttsi: COIiCORD COACK! IX l.OO: Jtl.N.M.(; UUDIllt. A;iti t. I ll.LV VII.n. t'r. ia ("J, t'r t.. II. I I I KIN, tiet.i.s. M.ir.h U Ii. nilitiif Hheumatism. Scrofu la, lleuralgia, and all Diseases arising from an impure state of the Blood, are quickly cured by using: Halls Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock and Iodide of Potass. Sold by all DrutfcUU. t CPi.r3r,Tro J h!.i u-i.l irt r :n.y titl.ul .. rvv' j ltinl il Uw IV i TISiM. i Y C c! R ; 75 l r vnrt! t Si I i riri ; t.'.iui r out 4 ( il mi'iiH l U-"wIm: tAtt'i (xtM'ti in fltNtiAmn-la.: f Bil I U V. tf t'Uis i. I ts I i it -huh : fmfx r-ttft