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THE DAILY APPEAL
H. if. JJighels ::::::::::: : Editor. Friday Morning, March ST, 1868 Meeting of the Union State Central Committee. At meeting of the State Central Committee of the Union Tarty of SeTada, held pursuant to call, J.'ttruary 10, 1MW, it was ordered as Mlows : That a State Contention for the purpose of se lecting delegates to represent the State in the convention of the Xational Union Republican Party, called to meet in Chicago on the 20th of May, 1868, be called to meet in Carson City on the 8th dar of .April next. That delegates to said conTentiou he apportioned as follows: One for each county, and One for each Senator and KepresentatiTe to which such county is entitled. That the several county Central Committees be instructed to provide fur the election of Delegates to the State Convention ; said elections to be by direct vote at the Primaries, or by convention: M the committees may direct. All elections of delegates to be had prior to the 1st of April next. That at the Primaries for the selection of dele gates, the following test be recommended, when ever a challenge shall be made t J the right of a party to vote: "Did you, at the last election for State officers, support the Union ticket?" "And will yeu. at the next Presidential electim, support the notui . (tees of the National Republican party ? " C. E. BELONG, Chairman. C. N. Noteware, Secretary pro tern. BE G 17 L All UNION HOEIKEE For School Trustee for Carson District. B. II. 3IEDER. The Election takes place on the first Tuesday Jo. April. HO "DAWDLING." The Tote whereby the Court of Im peachment refused to give Jolmson the time asked for br bis counsel maybe regarded as a most significant test. While erery Copperhead voted "Aye," ery Republican voted No." John son is simply courting disgrace and dis-j qualification for holding office by brav-1 jog the verdict of the Court. Eesig nation is the only wise and honor Able course left to him. But bis only wisdom is base cunning, and of honor lie has not even a semblance. The delays tuns far permitted in the course of the trial have been made as con cessions to the respondent. They reach nntil next Monday and em brace a period, reckoning from the open ing of the Court, of seventeen day3. We an bare no doubt that when the Court meets again the trial will be proceeded with. Once begun, it cannot last long. Talk as much as they may managers, -coensel, senators and all, and the mat ter cannot be protracted beyond a very few weeks. Johnson's hope is not that justice will be done him that is what he don't want done ; but that bis case may reach over to the time of holding the Republican Convention ; for, reason ing from a demagogical stand point of hii own, he il deluded enough to think that ont of the interrnptions and disap pointment: which that Convention will occasion, such gaps and schisms may occnr in the Republican ranks as would op9o an avenuefor his escape. Suppose Johnson was right and felt fortified by the justice and integrity of bis position. What then would be the characteristic feature of his conrse ? Would be not boldly and earnestly demand a speedy trial ? Would be not sternly reiterate hi declarations and as sternly repeat the acts wi:b which be is charged? But where are. the evidences of bis be ing pos;essed of ' a mind conscious of right?" The very demeanor of the accused is an admission of guilt. The proceedings of bis counsel, thus far, are mere quibbles nothing better. Johnson wonld escape npon the back of a hackneyed technicality, when a truly honorable man with genuiot eourago and a clear conscience, would scorn the employment of such subterfuges. It is evident to the most superficial observer that it is not aa exoneration from dis honor thnt be seeks but an evasion of the consequences of bt3 guilt. But be Ins ben arraigned at the bar of a Court rric! hss for its immovable purpose the meting ont of expeditious, strong- liandel j mice, and bis political days' urn briefly numbered. There ia ne " dawdling-' now. EASTERN DISPATCHES. From the Virginia Enterprise of yesterday. New York, March 21. The Governor of New Jersey has signed the bill granting a charter to the Erie Railroad. This renders the injuction of Judge Bernard restraining the company from the issue of new stock nugatory, as under the new charter a large amount of new stock is authorized. Atlaxta, March 24. Letters have been received from Governor Jenkins, counseling non-action on the part of the people. Wilmington, March 24. The Radicals -claim that the Constitution of North Caro lina will be ratified, but the Conservatives are actively at work and are confident that they will be able to defeat it Chicago, March 24. The Senate yes terday refused to grant the request of the President's counsel for an extension of thirtv days, by a strict party vote 12 to 41. Mr. Evarts then made a motion asking the Senate to grant a reasonable time. Johnson moved ten days be granted, pend ing which the Senate adjourned till Tuesday. Specials express the belief that delay till next Monday will be granted. Bingham introduced on the pnrt of the Managers their replication to the President's answer already prepared. New York, March 24. A Herald special says a portion of the Managers agreed to a general replication, viz : That Andrew John son is gnilty of high crimes and misde meanors in the manner and form as charged against him, anything in his answer to the contrary notwithstanding, and this the House of Representatives are ready to make good when the Senate are ready to hear. Washington, March 24. The Presi dent has ordered the assignment of Brevet Major General Buchanan to the temporary command of the Fifth Military District. Washington, March 24. The House Committee cn Elections reported against both Kerr and Young from Kentucky. Boutwell from the Impeachment Mana gers, submitted their replication to the President's answer, which was read. The rostoffice bill, verbally amended. goes to the Senate. Similar action w;s taken with the Post. route bill. Senate bill in regard to the prompt set tlement of public accounts, was passed. 1 he Senate bill regulating the manner of presentation of bills sent to the President and the return thereof, was passed. Cragan reported favorably on the bill making an appropriation for the expense of the impeachment trial, and other contin gent expenses of the Senate. The Clerk of thh House appeared and an nounced that the House had adopted a re plication to the President's answer to the impeachment charges. One o'clock having arrived the high Court of Impeachment was ganized in the usual form, and the mem brs of the House entered and took their seats. After the reading of the minutes of las meeting, Boutwell presented the replication adapted by tha House, to Johnson's answer which simply denies each and every aver ment in the several answers, or in either o them, which deny or traverse the acts, crimes or misdemeanors charged against Andrew Johnson in Baid articles of Impeachment or either of them, and for replication, do say that Andrew Johnson is guilty of the high crimes and misdemeanors mention in said articles, and the House are ready to prove the same. Johnson moved that an authenticated copy be presented to the President's counsel The Senate then considered the motion pending adjournment, allowing 10 days time for preparation by the President's counsel. Sumner moved to amend that in accord ance with the rules the trial be ordered to proceed from day to day, Sundays excepted, unless otherwise ordered or for cause shown by counsel for the President. Edmunds moved that the Senate retire for consultation. Conk ling demanded the ayes and nays. It was carried ayes, 29 ; nays 23. The following Republicans voted with the Demo crats : Anlhony, Corbett, Edmunds, Fessen den, Fowler, Freelinghuysen, Grimes, San derson, Howe, Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Veimont, Morton, Patterson of New Hamp shire, Sprague, Van Winkle and Williams. After spending two hours in consultation the Senate reappeared and announced that they had agreed to commence the trial of the President on Monday next, the 33th inst. and proceed then witli all dispatch. After a momcntery pause the Chief Jus tice asked if the counsel for respondent had anything to say. The counsel bowed their acquiesence in the order of the Court, when Butler for the Managers notified the witnesses to appear , r i ,i . ,i '. ,t. iieie uu uuuuaj ui, u.u i.4c i-vuu ad journed. the senate jmmeaiateiy went into .xecu- FROM THE WEST INDIES AND SOUTH AMERICA. Havana, March 23. Two gens d'armes will be shot to:day for desertion and robbery. Violent shocks of earthquake occurred at Porto Rico on the 10th and 17th of March. Buildings were badly damaged and ships car ried ashore. It is reported here that an American steamer had arrived at St. Thomas with SG00, 000 to pay for a lease of the Bay of Sauiana, but not on good authority. A delegation of Dominicans had gone to Curacoa to bring President Balz to the Capital. Advices from Venezuela represent that the revolutionists had continued their opera tions, but were badlv defeated in two battles. Havana, March" 23. President Falcon and staff are at Porto Caballo awaiting the result of battles in Venezuela. Several buildings were destroyed by an earthquake on theith. Haytien advices state that a battle at Savanna La Grande resulted in the defeat of Cacas with heavy losses. The National troons hold the forts. A general amnesty had been proclaimed by Saluave at Cape Havtien. The Columbian Congress, in session at Carthasena. had eiven an American com pany the right to build a railway to the in terior. New York, March 24. The steamer San Francisco, with California passengers via Nicaragua, has arrived. A Most Excellent Idea. In New York plan has been broached to receive from all the prominent points of the West quotations of the labor market, so that emigrants may be sent at once to the points where their ser vices will be most in demand. NEW SPRING GOODS! KOPPEL & PLATT, Carson City, Scvaila, AVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF fcl'IUNU GOODS, consisting of NEW SUITS, 3. 'ixXVTSS, OAFS. CRAVATS, BOOTS A A E SHOES WniCH THEY OFFER FOB. SALE CHEAP. Cnrsun. March 20, 18G8. Illness of Mibdoch. thf Actok. Mr. Murdoch still strives to keen his feet on the boards, but has again this season succumbed to his infirmities. His physicians have per emptorily forbidden his fulhiunga theatrical B02N Tn Carson. March 25th, I SOS, to the wife of Hicham 11. 1 arkiii.-oa, a sou. PBOPEHTY VALUABLE FOR. SALE O XX H A. 2? ! T'ie suVcrihrr n: ins about to n-m-vve fr-jin Carton, fiVrs f. r sale his lO'OSO 1X3. C3. XiOt PitmtM tn P-titiJ Ftrvt, opp.xslle the Stone School lunis, to -ttbe with the Furniture, bedding1, Eitohen Articles, Crocckery, ChiraWare, Etc., Etc., Etc. This property will be d if post d ot on highly ft vulpine I-liiis. AlaO. A Valuable Ilcrse and Buggy, Single and Double Set of Baggy Harnris. Tiia hore i a very iVirnMe animal for fimUy uf , HU'I the liii-uy and lioioeM aie liew and ui the very l't lit ake. lor particulars apply to E. 15. KAIL, Corner Second and Carson Street. March Th is.;. nihZTif KTZEPCST STOCK ! iADOLPH JACOBS, PHOPEIITOR OF TitE CIGAll S T O II E AT THE OR3ISISV fiOESE CORXER, in CARSOX CITY, NEVADA, nAS ON HAVn A I.AKGK INVOICE OF Celebrated Uranus of SMOKING TOBACCO! A!tl CUCWIXG TOB A CCO. SUCH AS IDE SOLACE, II'iRVS EKfT, GOLD LEAF, NAM', OUR CnOICE, PLANTER'S I'EIIiE, HORN'? rLENTY, lii'l'GU JEWEL, NAVY SWEET. Also, a well selected stock of Fine Havana Cigars, INC1XLISG miEEP.A DIANA. LA ESCETTTON, BIAS BIANCES, F.AM ON KOSALES, ALASKA'S. HEART'S CONTENT, AqiI all other fine brands. 33 o xno st i o Cigars, And a nice assortment of CONFECTIOXERY. Mr. J A OOP.? will endeavor to merit the lil't'r-al patrc-riiifie LeitU.fuie Lee touted lij-'-a hie eetHMirhmi-iit. Car-n, Jan. 1, 1CS. CHEAP DRY GOODS ! SHEYER & MORRIS, IILRS IV Dry- Goods, Oarpets2, Oil Cloth AND Ladies', Misses' and Ciuldrea'a SHOES, 13 to.. Are offering their Stock for Bale at Verv Low and Reduced Prices I In order to make rocm for the new SPRING AND SIMMER STOCK. 4 Please give them a ca.l. CAUSOX STKEET, NEXT DOOR TO WELLS. FAXUJO A CO.'S MmtIi 21. lS;v!f iLMlO.XS. Nevada Revenue Ptamp J I.V TTT". M.-TiiICT COlIir OK 111 Hi HTXOXD Judicial Di.-trict of the State -f Neva-ia, in au i for ihe Comity uf ursishy. WILLIAM is. LAW 1.011. 14 UHlia, V. HAWAII C. il. LAW lA)li defendant. Action bron it in the Iistrict Court of the Sec- on-i Ji:0i'--ial !:trict of the Mate of Neva. la, in and tor the &vA County, and the complaiut filed in suM Cwiiiity, in the office of the Clerk of aid liUnict Court uu the lid day uf M.trch, A. I). 1 St;. L'he M;te ot Nevada seuds greeting to ilannaii c. li. Laniur, del udaut. Too are fcerebv rein.red to appear in fin art ion , broiighi ac"iini yon by the ah Ae i amrd i-lnirjtilf in the Di-tnct Court of the second Judicial Juis trict ot the.tate of Nevada, iu and frtlie County o! OruiAby. and to answer thecouiplaint tiled there- ii coov of vJiich ttcremi';tiii;s tills summons) within ten d ivs (exclusive of the day of ht-rvitei after the service on you ot thissun.niuiis if served within this con nt v: or if neiwd out of this cvjnry. but in this district, within twenty day, otherwise within forty days or judgment by de fault will be taken f&punt yt-u, according to the praver of said compbunt. The said action is LroKtlit to obtain a decree of divorce upon the piuunds of Willfull dt-t-rtion fr im.re than two ve.irs, and to obtain the cns-t.sny of K'imtct J . Lawlor. m "f the plaintiff and drfvnd' ant heranse of the unfitness of the defendant to have the care, custody, ontiol and education of the said Emmet J. I.awjor. And you are hereby notified that if you fail t appear and answer the said complaint hs above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment and decree apr-iinst you fwr divorce and fi-r the custody of said child, Kinmet J. uwi..r. MAISII & AMMEK HAVE KESOVED TO Opposite She Ifniod House, AN'D DATING JUST RECEIVED A .CV STOCSi OF GOODS ARE rUEI'ARXD TO SlTrLY All Einds of Furniture or E-pory Ucaoriptiori DOSE TO ORDER. ECTRXITS'RE REPAIRED POLISH K I) AS GOOJDAS NEW PIANOS, MEL0DE0NS: A.1D All Other Musical Instruments, REPAIRED AXD USED. Sewing Machines CLEANED AND REPAIRED, CHEAPFOE, CASH. CARSOJt CITY, XF.VADA. Carson. Jan. 1 , lsGS. H. b. mason. e. nrrr.' MASON & HUFF, WIIOJLKSALK and KKTAII.' DEALERS IX GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Morons, FXjOUn, EAIlLiEY MEAL, PLASTElt OF PARIS, CAE. EI31E, PLASTERERS' HAIR, st MERCHANDISE GENERALLY ! Corner Plaza and Knssc-r Streets, CATlSt)N CITY, Ni:VAI)A. I. II. CONNER, WAGON, yifc COACH CAltEIAGE MAKElt, CAKicX fcTRFr.T. OAHSOW CITV (Opi twite St. Clmrl. s Ilotrl). TTAVTXfl ON HAND THE LARGEST AND I 1 1 1!ET Scl. eti .i ftiK.k ut llai'd - Wood Lumber, COSietetlSG 0F- OAK, AH AXD HICKORY PLANK, I Spokei, Felloes. Hubs, Axles, Bolsters. B i: N T 11 IMS. And & general assortment of ALL KIXWS OF UMBER. I nm determined to nmkc New Waponfl and pair idd onm AS CHKAl1 and in f WORKMAN- I.IKE MANNfcK as aty tRtallibinect in tuel State. Pernons in wntof Lnmler would do weT I to cU and exAniiiie mv Moi-js ai:d inrM lefor I piirrhasiitz l.ehere. 1. II r(.Ni.K- t arson Uitv, evatH. f-rror.er . or2'..lm J6SSPH MA3LBAi;M. J JACOB TtHklStfe HANDLE3AUH & T0SRINER Corner Carson and .linsxrSti., O jSL 2T5. J53 C3 ZT J" C3 X "E" "5Z". E WOULD CALL TUB ATTENTION OF tliu Public to uur live session. " Good Cleaw Bot." An urchin un consciously perpetrated a great joke at the expence of his teacher the other day. The lady was announcing to her pupils the holi- isfohmatiow Wanted. The Turf. Field , day on the 22d of February, and asking them Md Farm requests California papers to copy me questions concerning s,"n . among athers, why the birthday of V ashing- the fallowing : tor, ,hould be celebrated more than hat of Emma and Susan Martin, daughters of any one else. " Why," he added, "more Jofcui Julius Martin, all of Bockinguarn i than mine ? Ton may tell me," she said to flawnty, North Carolina, are anxious to a little fe!lo saner V explain. "Because," Irafa if their father ia linnf, and, if so, I ha explained, with great iacity, "beuetar dm a latter could reach him. . told a lie." I jivn nnttir my nana. atii rne e:i ; 5Nof the Distri'-t Curt rf the SfK-nnd ( St"" (judicial District of the Slate of Ne- v A 1ovada.inandf.rtlii County nt Orninby, this 5th day of March, in the year of our Lot J one thousand eight bnuured and aiily-eij:lit. mhi7-5w M. J. ASUjlOKU, Clei In the Distri'-t C.mrt. Second .Tnuirial District, Ormsl.y Countv, NnTada. William B. Lawlor, f.laiutiir, vs. Hannah C. II. Lawlor, defendant. Order tor publication of Summons. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the delendant llannah C. H. lawlor is not a resi dent of the State of Neiada, and cannot be per sonally Bummoned in this cause, it is ordered by theConrt that notice of the pendency of this cause he riftubt nnblication of the sum morn once each week for two months in tha CiRSO Appeal, a newspaper printed and published In said Ormsby con.,, lurch 2d, m .. , U. W1UUU1, .Wt.-.-. ViELL ASSORTED STOCK OE GOODS!! AVe keep constantly on hand a large stock of GROCERIES. PUO VISIONS, wis as LIQIOKS, Cr.OCKERY, HAEDWAEE, WALL PAPER, Pil-MS AXD tILS, BOOTS, Hen'3 rurrdching Goods An J an a.eortrjent of G21JEEAL ilESCUANDISE ! All of which we offer at WHOLESALE ami RETAIL. it Very Xjox- Frioesl OrdaraCraaB tha Caamtry Fransptlj ao-tf ATTSJfDIB TO. I A. B. DRIESBACH. Wholesale ar.d Rttuil Dealer in paovisioxs, WINES AND LiaUOES, Flour, Corn Jleal, Brau and Shorts, .2icl Ground 3?ooci, Crockery a nil Tin are, HfXrcl"CS7".!-0 ami UoltS, Blastins aud Sporting Powder, Safety Fnie, Clothing:, Boot3 ard Shccs, Orders from the Country Promptly Attended to. BRICK STOKE, CARSOX STREET, CARSOX CUT, NKVAHA. NEW T0R2 2ESTATJEANT- Next door to Muuckton's Drug Store, Carson CitjJ THIS RESTAURANT HAVING BEEN KKW ly rented throughout, is now Open from 5 o'clock In the meralag until 10 o'clock at nignt, and is supplied with all the Luxuries the Market Aftord. Carson, January 1, 1?8. Wn. P. JO , rrspnsnr.