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THE DAILY APPEAL.
The Xbbra8K Election takes place to day and may God defend the right ! Notice. Members of Curry Engine Com pany are requested to meet at their engine house this (Tuesday) evening at 7 o'clock. Meeting of the Wahuens. An ad journed meeting of the members of Warren Engine Company will be held this evening See advertisement. New Goods. Mr. John G. Fox has re cently reamed from S;m Francisco, where be purchased a lot of fancy goods, jewelry, stationery, and the like. Fox is exhibiting c"mnirnJable enterprise in filling his store with the latest styles and best quality of goods in his line of business. X ATfit vi.izeI). The following named persons have been naturalized in the District Court since the 1st instant : John Ii. Cas sulo, John 15. Kenville, Thomas O'Coimell, Jjhn Howe, Jerry King, TMerro Marchate John Henry Tliics. Several other persons whose n::mcs we could not conveniently ob tain, were aUo naturalized. "The Daily Sakfx.i aku" is the name of the paper which is isacU by "The Nevada Democratic Printing Company" on the old Trespass material. Its editors are, as wc learn frum the Gold Hill News of la.st even ing, John I. Ciun, principal, and Robert E. I.owery on the 1-jc-l department. Wc have not vet seen it. Majou Jack SSxitATM AX has been so kind as to send us a copy of the Toledo Illade. He has also sent u, as a curiosity, a copy of FJrick Poiueroy's fearfully dirty sheet. Thank you for the Blade, Jack, but don't, p'ease don't, send us any more La Crosse Demo crats. Send us an old copy of Xed. Mc Gowan's Ubiquitous, instead. Let decency prevail. Chaxue of Tastoiis. Rev. I. V. Ather ton, during the Summer resident here and pastor of the Presbyterian Church, started yesterday fr Los Angles, Cal., where he will take charge of a Congregational Church. It is reported that arrangements have been made to hare Rev. Mr. Frazcr, a Presbyte rian clergyman and resident of this place, preach fiom the desk recently cceupied by Mr. Athe.'Un. EASTERN DISPATCHES.! From the Cold Hill News of last evenlni. Bostox, October 3. The National Con vention of Colored Men, in session here, has made arrangements for a mass convention on Monday night. The convention is composed of 13 delegates each from Florida and North Carolina, 3 from Virginia, and 1 each from Texas, Kentucky, Georgia, Massachusetts New York and Maine. II. II. Dana, Jr., has consented to aecept the nomination by the opponents of General Butler in the Fifth Congressional District. Their convention is to be held on Monday. New Youk, October 3. The friends of George Francis Train, hr.ve nominated him as an Independent candidate for Congress, from Morrisscy's District. A letter from the Cherokee Nation says the Comanches will openly declare war if the Government does not comply with their de mands. The other Indians are all leaving and coming this way. A general break-up will probably take place immediately. CiihYt.NNE, October i. Iufortuation from Fort Laramie says several hundred Sioux under " Man-afraid-of-his-horses" and other chiefs, are now there ready to go on their reservation as soon as transportation is fur nished. The I'oion Pacific Railroad is finished to Green Uiver and paseurer trains will com mence running there next week. Cm icaiio, Octobi r -I. Senator Cole arrived at Council lliulls vesterdev, havinit made the trip from Sacrament. t in nine days. Sr. I.oris Oetooer 4. I icrre Chouteau, one of the fuuuders of St. Louis, died here last ni,-ht. London-, Oeol.cr 3. Perfect order reiuns at M idrid. At ll-.ucelon the people sacked I the tmvn hill and burned tlie statue of Qui'rn Kabelli. Colonel Chczle, who sought to reores the riotous proceedings, was tire on by the mob, but escaped under cover of ti'.itit. Uasolshas bertn appointed to the command of Catalonia. 7 he provisional Junta has re ported a mi'.itarv and commercial treatv has been concluded between France, Holland and Peloium, who expected to join with the ig--IiJ W STOCK z adolpjiTjacobs, FE0PRHT9E Or Tl'I C I a A II STORE AT TBI ORMSHY IIOtSF. CORXER. IS OAIISON CITY, NKVADA, Have tin's lny nvoivrd r lrgo mid well selected St'R-k of the nuest linunU uf HAVANA CIGARS, cossistiso or EL PAI.MTTO, Kb TODiA. I'AKA LAS AFICION'AUCS, LE RIO S-KI.LA, M.'llt l)E M ATA, tL'JU IE ML'lUA.-. PCMAniKGos. iskaxeko, LA IXMEJUUAIiLE. HEXRY Cl.AV, ITXC'II, H.OH VE MAT AY CAKCIA, EXCEPClu.N, ami other Ilr.m.N. DOMESTIC CIGARS, FIXE ITTI-ERY, Smoklug and C II E Y 1 X (i T O II .1 ceo. GGXUXE MEEItSCIIAl.M TIPES, Which lie will sell at tl-.elowe-t rates ponhible. - Mr. J AOl!. will rnilmnr to niorit tlie liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon hif et:itil;sloiielit . farsoii, IK rol.-T 1. is, s. IIEU8T0N, HASTINGS & CO., OF- SVIST FRANCII Arc f.irclng off th"ir ICO, new Government. riTCHY. A correspondent of the Argent, writing from Carson, says : " Aqueous Oregon burns, while the resinous pall of its funeral pile has pitched on our hills and canopied our valleys." A Fi'JizT occurred about n'ion on Sunday, in the hay-yard opposite the Ptrrd House, be tween two men, teamsters wc should judge, about s::nic b.ir!:y. It was a lively set-to for a few minute, at.d both pirticip-ints faces were covered with blood. The fight ended upon the cne who commenced it crving "enough.' The combattants then walked o the pump, shook hands across the trough, and expressed their opinion that it was "all "t" CoMMissioxKits. The Uoard met yester day and allowed all proper bills presented for indebtedness accrued against the county dur ing the last three months. Thev also ap pointed as Inspectors of the November c iec tion the following named persons : Carson precinct V". D. 7 orreyson, L. C. McKeeby and J. M. Thompson. Empire precinct I K. Brown, Wm. Kinncv and Abe Uiehev. Prunswiek precinct D :niel Perry, O. Crutcher and I). C. Blye. Are believe the Inspectors appoint their own clerks. Assaclt. George Gray, stage driver, hav ing been denied a helping hand bv a jour.g nan in Muller's barber shop, last evening, invaded those premises and assailed him with a whip of the "blaeksnake" variety. George, we believe, hid asked the young man to help him lift something oif his stage, and beins; busy shaving a customer, the bar ber declined d.iing as requested hence the ;.Ssauit. This is the story as it comes to us. "We believe it will be investigated to-d.iy be fore Judge McKeeby. IlEt'Aiits i i'ox the Old Tiikateh Hold ing. Messrs. Moore and Paiker having leased their theater (the old one) to Manager L. F. Beatty, for the coming Fall and Win ter months, propose to build, in rear of the stage, comfortable and commodious apart ments for a " green-ioom" and drcssing- rjora. These, with other contemplated re jairs wilt render that establishment much outer kji.iu'.'d than heretofore for dramatic fxbilnri " ns more comfortable for audiences .lid actors. The Ovkuland Monthly for October has leached us from the hands of its pub lishers, A. Iloman & Co., San Francisco. This, we should say, from looking over its columns, is the most interesting number yet published. Following are the titles of the subjects : What the Railroad w ill bring us ; The Vineyards of California ; Some faults and failings in American Education ; a Californian abroad a mediaeval romance; Porcelain; Overworked soils; October; Did Drake discover San Francisco Bay?; The story of a Dictator ; The Angelus ; Saint Savior of the Bay ; Confession of a Debutant ; The old East in the New West ; Old Texan Days ; At Home and Abroad, or Modern Ethnology; the Gentleman from Reno ; Mating ; etc.; Current Literature. The publishers will please aceept our thanks. The End of the limn. The most un certain place in the world. We went out to see it. found a nice town on wheels and stuck a stake as a land mark tit come back to. After taking a survey of the grading ahead. Presently hcaid a disturbance in the rear, siw a streak of iron charging on us, it came round the turn like a huge lioa Constrictor ; a hundred men with sie igt s assaulting it. u e switched o!f the line of grading lust in time to seethe end of thetrack shoot out into the grc;;t east, and whilst wondering if we Ii.-oi re iliy seen tue ena ol trie roail, the town that wc had stikcii out pulled up stakes and rolled past us leaving its late site ; sage firusil, alkali desert. VA e are satistied that there is such a town as the "end of the road" but we are in great doubt as to where it is. it no ( Yeseciir. ON BOOK d3 STOKE. FANCYGOODS JOHN O. FOS nvsiit.- r, CALL ATTFXTTOX TO IZTC rvt.'o-iv,. an 1 rin fmly s-le,-l, .l ftoek of wneii i:e h.is r.ow oa Land, it being by far t'.e ost Costly Assortment of the kind Ever brought to Carson. a lie y STATIONERY. I860. JOSCPH HAIfDLEKAIIM. J JACOB HiMlHIl ilANHLEEAUn & T03EIXZE Corner Car soil snti .ttiurr!iliM O A. XX SOIT O X M" -sr. lE WOULD TALL TUB ATTENTION Of If the Public to onr WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF GOODS! We ktep coustautly on Laud a large stock of wuocKiiiir.s. PKO VISIONS, V1. K 1.1'H OKS CROCKEIiY, HARDWARE WALL PIPBH, PA1A A.D MAfiXIFICEXT STOCK OF FIXE CIYniiXU FLllXISIIIXO ri'Milig, TI:l'XK!, VALI.F KTC., ETC. , AT GREATLY KIBUCID PSICES To mako r in f r IMMEXfE INVOICES yf.iy AKItlVIXiJ. Isisn s rurnishing OILS, HOOTS Goods And an (KMrtrjent .f GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! AH of wliii'h we oiTi-r at WIIOIKSAI.Knn.l KKTAII. AI J cry JLmo'7v Prices ! Order from the Country Promptly ATTEXDED TO. October I. BASILIO MEDIi; & FRUIT, FISH, VEGETABIE3, COXFEt'TIOXEHV) CIGAHS AND TOBACCO. Fr.Lfll .TDCK RECEIVED DAILY BY EXrilESS SAL'X t-X CAlliKX rilEKT, I'rontina Vi'est nido of l'lnxn. CAUSO riTV, NEVADA, ptemlit-r 15. 1 s.. FAMILY OTIOCKllY "Diaries for Jewelry, , , . fVatchcM, PKCTOGRAPH ALBUMS, Standard Works of History and Fiction, JIAUAZI.tES, &.C., Jtc. Th1 pnl iic is invited to nn iti-p ctioii rf these x-'l-;, an) a C'ln'.-irison if i. rices with olhei houses is u.-keil f- r. JOIIV G. FO.Y, Carton Hook More. er.tomf-er l.'tti, 1 si U. S. MASOX. S. HUFF. MASON k HUFF, WHO LKSA tA'l an.l 1 1 KTA II. SEALERS IX RROCCRIES, L,IQfORS. MEAL, Plaster of Paris, California Line, Plasterer's Hair, Ar MERCHANDISE GENERALLY! Corner Plaza and Mosser Streets, CARSON CITY. NEVADA. Carson, October 1, 1SG8. rplTK VXPEISSI'IXLII II ? Kf T.M'.I I?lTFt A 1. l-.ininv trieery :u I'KNilell Ll.'K K, t .irJol street, whenl he will keep r oiistniitly ou lumti Froli nr.I (aitnr.l E'ruiU ;n:l 'rgi'tablCM, Of n'.I kiniN, inn Uiti. n to t!,o Dtajilo Artioloo Of a w 11 fv.nii-he.l rrovi-'!, .t, re-. THE CHOICEST PHODICT!. of FieM anJ (i.mli u cors'antly on l-ni.,1. tj- A SlIAltK ' F rrill.IC rATKOXAdE 1. SDl.U'lTM) 7.. l'iEUf E, Proprietor. Clinton. ?i-t'tem!"-r 21, lt's. FEXD FOR rr.IXTFD MltrCTIOXS -FOII- SELF MEISIUEJICXTS, CLOTIIIXO FOUWAKIiFD TO AXV ADIT.E.ei", CN RECEIPT CF ORDERS. HrUSTOJT, HASTINGS & CO., UCK IIofsE DLOCK, "ii3 ha v ntAxciyro. MAGNOLIA SALOON, COIWTT ni ll.MNfl, C ' n r won C i I r . X r n I r LEWIS & REESE PHOritlKTOItl. 'I'llR ITItl.lC WILL I I LAPtC TKr-f fr- I 1. .ITC , U.y ,. ,r, lhf . V 1 r. lilt. .1 uti.l r- liirrn-t,, .1 1(,. ,r 2t4Cki GlliloxicHcl Onloou. Wlixi itiry lux-pcoi, t inllv . n ,.j n.. n. ;ilitlil) met FlIM'M Llulel.ol LIQUORS AND CIGARS. a-All tlirth.s-l l4llrJllulliin vlll I r I nt ti.i r il iti.- II H A HIF.K.-iui,, Diil.li)-1 Co., Co,-t,-niel rr. j.i ii ot'. ' IIIMtlK.- on,li, , CtilM.. CII M PACiKHoN'i.H,l.,rl Inrt.flr- x ? il, liiiiHiinK'iliuel, iii i ii LIi,(ii,4 ami Hi i.l. HAVANA CI OA UN, l LI. Till: IIJiT HIltMt. rThe ffalonn I I be meat rem. rle of llir klml In the lei,-fe i'r.i, m-tiih.r I, len, NEW YOIIIE IlKSTAJJKANT. WLT. P. JOY, Proprietor. Ci.ri.rm V.Uy, NVvmln. rpTti nr.'TArinvr iiAvivri nrrv twtv 1 n fltl.l, r. .ainti .1 n,.. r, rtil . Idr. iml.. ''',1t.l'l'l.,'r'" '"Ii in II- ..imi.4 until lUuel.rk Hi hll.t, .let I, ,, 1H,i C Andallthetnxarici tb Jirktt AfTordi. Mr. JOT h nolrnuoedor h,ILH. f, it. . ciiirm .1 ilin of Breakfast anrt Dinner Parllea, W ilMhcCh.Jcw.1 lnl.irtiif :, T& thJ Id' liinrrrrntlr .1.1,.J ta LI. ...,.n.. . . 1 room f. r Ladlei and Prlrale rrll, H li.i will riwvlrp allll,. m'rnfl. n r,,l.. -j I.. I entl Iw ol IiunimI a I ;P t, II, 1. 1.. I-fVATIitX i K. ild.. i.i M. Ii.... ir... I .r- iiiii:Miw. - X i m.w hi.. aiv .niii. itt I r k. i t.-ii a A rotitinuntin. of tli M.rrtl i.......... i..... f.ri.ii.i lollilaeXaMI.liiiM.il) I. r- -iHlliiltr .. in ii, I. WM. K.I..V. , .""ii, . .. i', i, r. o. ia.Lfio. nj.mKTn, t. n. mil. LLTOi;TII, KELLOGG & HAIL Suecen r to L. U. licnrMa y A C. KW STOHKI NKW UOUUNI LOUIS MANDLEBAUM Mlltl IX C.rocrile. Provl.lnna. I.lnnnri ami lrTnirlMlariher, k ai.ire lalr'r onrnrlf l ny O. A. fi'nra. III i-oii.imi.h b... .. ..H i . IJll-Viii 1.119 SIUCI JUIIUL.II CALiri'ltxn !IAV. IKOiV, I ;;rtl ltA.lt MKItICAX, i:xii.isn, iit"n:it. ruu. i.m;i,. ti-a. i-m' AND CI'.UMAN AGUIC l LTl II L I TT Xi i: IvX E NTS, AXD MINING TOOLS. NOS. 3 A2JD 5 F2CXT STREET NEAIl MAHKKT, S A X 1' liANCISC ). April -.'I, I'-i'.s.eiii A. 15. DIMESUACII, Vtioles.ile mill Bet ill Dealer in GHO013IIIE3, ruovisioxs, WINES AlfD LIQUORS, Flour. Corn Meal, Bran and Shorts, Vaa.cl Ground 2Toocl. Crockery and Tin Ware, XZardwnro nd Xlolts, Blasting and Sporting Powder, Snfctjr Fuse, Clotliing', Bcot3 and Slices, Ac. Ac. Orders froia tho CctLtry Promptly Attended to. BRICK STORE, CARSON STREET, CARf"V CITY. XEVAFA. gepteuber 1, 1633. Ill R El ill! Ill It II ill! KOrrELjTpLATT! TR AltE X.iW ISECEIVIVU A I. IKriR SVP- .lyi.r r A I.L AXU WIM tlt CLniliI.ii, of all the Intent itylen, ceimitiUK of Fine 1 leaver Suit, Ciihinre Suitp, I Jrouilclot li Suitu, FAXCY rtLl OVCRtOiTS, IIAT,CAPS, TIKS, KTC, AXD A LARUE glTPLV )F BAY Cl.onilXH. Wliich wc offiT fur sale clieiiwr tlmn any other house in t lie City. CATT -A.3TI3 S 13X3 I Cnrami, OctoLer 1"), Im'h. joiiij.Iojj AA.ia saicvp punod ja.t naaa 9 'VUOS XIITSVA i.IV 0TJ ,.t r.j rnq jo.I OC"I 1 ; 'J."IJ"K 'll "I "I Jojo,!iig i.i4inuin.v 'tlTOS SAITO 1T0IHSH3 1 l.i 'I H 1 lillFKN, t'AX A l Ii I K U Fl'l ITJ. C.t,r..rt,.t,.'T TTIn.. .t.,,i.-.ri nn.l an aaonit. .... 11, i ii'inii.mi.i. rtlrtll.li'lic II, N, a, e- ramiDn ill Dml II ).. 11. nlr MlMUla... ... ymiiiie tny .)- k II, ror-n.l'.T th i kr.i LAIIS' lillll'K Pf-iiHK, (Mlt.-ii CUV MV IHUD MAM 1.1.1. A I M o. xv. rriiEUD, -rrM.ni ix Cisrn it Tolinocn. BTATIOXKIIV, e.. Cw. ntro. ), .1,l,,r.ao,,ihcf 0 MMy ttuil.tln., CAIiSHX CITV, NKVAI A. lie keep the het brand) of Itarana Clgara, ateo l ine Tclmrcn, Ac. Watch ns -.ttiAta-&ii'N ClrmtdinJ BcpairJ. fl .!.! ai, I Pi) vr Wnrv of everr rfnvilntl ma I. r..i.jur. .1. I'nrii. iilai. ntt.-nf . n mI.1 i, rnfm'n. a,. 1 Kimiiliiitf Jew e'rv . s Tt. is. W. ltir ti, rr.n i)rm.. CIIA NO E OF TIME J O AXU AFTER SsnJay, September 27th, 13G3, WILL LEAVr, onnxsnv xzouor CARJ01 CITY, AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M., ARRIVING AT RENO AT P. M. rf By thla arransrment, Paiarn .jo9j aios pun rtaos Jnott igrr have an opportnnllx la nroenre .. a a XIGUT'M RKHT uofore laklnR the 'tl 1 ifnniM r.n ai on mil, " (liwrnoa jnqnil nqi pua n.wit.) to aiuinii i I llraln for lACIIAMIESTOill -ki aiu cKuojxi a'i)iiiaxa mul-l . T, A dm M M. 1'la.Ila lr..K,l..l. i JV03 J J7CS JJ70S IJVGSI hri"i" "f