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THE DAILY APPEAL I
ff. if. Wghds: r : Editor. Snnda? Morning, Blaty, 1869. HEWS STMMAKY. Secretary Bootwell made a speech 18 lb Bolisaxd Bows of, Wall . street, oa iThursdj, which had a pood effect on the bond market. The substance of hit iemarks was that lie. should faithfully rc!je.ct all the revenues of. the Govern ment and then apply the surplus re maining afier psjing current eipeoses, to paying off the debt ; and that be proposed to carry on his Department economically and give fell publicity to its transactions. It is stated that Mr. John P.ossell Yoocg's affairs are not so bd as the Sun made tbeoa look-. Greeley wants ta retain- bim.a3.tbre. editorial manager cf the Tribune. Young has sued Dana of the Sun for $100,000 damages for defamation of character. A big emigration movement on the part of English spinners and miners is reported emigration to this country. AJt:co (or rumors) from Cuba state '.bat tire Iscargeots are gaining ground ; that. tby,bar lately captured consid erable quantities of arms and ammnni tio. A dispatch received at Key West reports the following inhuman proclamation issued by Count Valma zeda : First Every native male over fifteen,! f..ima- away from his residence without j sufficient cause, shall be executed. Second -Every uwehabited dwelling TXZiTt? U ""J Bhallbej Third All women awav from their houses ' ... r, e. will come to Cayorwi cr Sigauxi, 0r they ; will be brought-bv force. This proclamation is dated Bayomo, April 4th. The Quakers are trying tbeir bad with some assurance cf success, upon tri Arrapahoes. Certain parties, per., haps in the interest of the Indian con tractors, hareiven. circulation ta,tbe opinion that so soon as the grass gets prown sufBeiently to provide fodder for the Indian's ponies, the redskins wilt rjin take, tfct war patbv (Tbt fact l'ms plain to cs that the completion of the Pacific Railway will be the real beginning oft!weod"of.:he5e troubles. Kd. Appeal.) I John Frown's sonl is marphing.on and " nigger"' has been appointed to a patilioa in the office of iv? Fulton, Sur veyor of the Pert of Zia!limore The fallowing dispatch goes to show, that our. English brethren ara orca 3:jnally d sturbed by the liule feuds existing between , the childcen of the uuld sod : Loxsox, April 29th via Derry, Ireland. There were riots here yesterday, between the Catholics and Orangemen. Uurmsr the 1 iUiou the police charged upon both. ' lireanns were freely used, and several of the, itf at one time assumed fearful proportion., ! but a number of police appeared, and the miliary nuauy vunrruru in miuriug ruirt to the city, vich, is now tranquil. The military will remain on duty a day or two. nnany .uccecaea m restoring; . Most Eiglisr Ignouaxci. It is sur prising to everybody that there is so wuch ignorance, among olhergrtse well informed Englishmen, concerning the American people, their public men, movements and institutions. We stum bled, by chance, the other dy npoa an artiele in " Ooce a Week " in which llaiierille Honse, ths Gaernsy resi dence of Victor Hugo is described. This description is very, rainute, especially s? wjth regard .to the glass loek-ont on the roof of Hugo's bouse in which be dsM his writing. Particularizing some of the pictures hteging there, the wjiter of tb siA artcis. speak of one of ''John Brown, the coloured Abo 1 i lion ist who perished in the battle at Harper Ferry ia 1S09." On wonld think that "Old John Brown" bad rome'to be famous enough to be exempt from loch egregious errors a this, even from " literary "Englishmen. A Good Cserz was stolen tbe other day from tbs office of tbe San Fran tiseo Balleiio. This i-4oo bad; for, beUf correet-lime, keegij it was tht i'nly thing in tha Bulletin officii that habitually told J truth.. It ,sai be that that is th reason of .ttaeptOTsl , I iu ut of plaf. CaXTos, as lraoL, Git Bboboht up wirua iiuuni v i - - - j at the Odd Fellows' celebration in fcao Francisco "Caxton," (Wm. IU Rhodes) delivered a poem of his own composi tion in wbich occurred the enigmatical sentence " aureola of prayec" Baw roan, the Editor of the Chronicle asks what that expression may meanr- Bat here is the., whole-tbiog, self explana tory, from the columns of the Chroni cle of Thursday. ; Will Caxton be kind enough to inform us what on earth or what the deuce he means by " the aureola of a prayer 5" Chronicle. carton's eeplt. The question you ask me, my dear Ifttle Bow man, Would be nonsense to Greek and puzile a Unman. But surety, a Christian,, as yon claim, that you are, Gaglitto know all about "aureola of grayer. las a difficult matter to describe, it is true, Bat I think I can make it understood well by V411I Z Suppose, when you went to that wedding, one nitht. That you and the host had got in a fight And in peeping about like a srtall salaman der, Your head had been punched by Mr. Fried lander ; Suppose his big boot had fractured your molar, And you hai-aeen "stars" that would have ' been aureola! Caxton. From last eraung's Examiner. no wham's, kejoisdbkto caiton's BEFIT. Most mellifluous rhymiter, I've read "your "Reply,, . And am sorry to see its sole point is a lie. Suppose, when you went to that wedding, one night, That you and the host had got in a fight. Implies that I went, which, you know, is not true,. For the facts of the rase must be patent to -.J0,'-. j :,i ; i. 0 K"e , vention, .u . ,, ;t.r A Poet mV claim' lf tbcre 8 n Iaean ln But the -iter of fiction whom malice in- T .FiI'? , . i, i:,r T3 entitled to rank, not with poets, but liars, 13 rul'u,:u 1 jj0wmas. It strikes us that this is one of the sort of blizzards that knock men of Caxton's calibre out of time. The wedding business alluded to is that which pave rise to some scandal awhile ago. FTiedlander's daughter was mar ried in grand sryJe and PeToung, the proprietor of -the Chrenicle. having pre sented himself there with note tablets in band, was ejected fronj the premises so t'je story went, whether true or false we don't know. Caxton has a happy- faculty of getting.his foot in it, , half puerile, half inpercillious way; fc,d h always comes oat, as in this ia- stance, witb a head oa bim. Thb Wialth akd Pbobpefitt or - Bos ton. Ttie city of Boston, says the Traveler, 1... nirl fiftv national banks, with a capi tal of 43,000,000, or nearly one tenth, of the entire banking capital of tne L nrrea States! The valuation of the eity is 8500, 000,000, or about one sixteenth of the entire nronertv of the United States. . Boston bas hrmt the same amount of property Maine, New Hampshire and Verment com bined. The annua sales -a aerehandrse in B' Bre 1,000,0&,(KX. or- $3,000,000 d in the year. Fifteen hundred .- ' . a vl;. rritl rinrinir the J g68 and unloaded at the wharves of Five hundred of these vessels fa h ' of Bngar w twen,T.fi and molasses, in MJ1UB "til.' " .. . I - .1 -. -- .-neA at Boston. If the receipt. averaged that amount throughout tne year, this eity would take nearly one half of the entice crop of the country, j-our inouaana cargoes-. of coal will he required here this yea.ver ar,one million 01 tous. A RfMAEIAniE ECENS AT A . jEOJOJA WaDDiso. A correspondent of th San Francisco Times, writing from Atlanta, Georgia, tells the following: At the notorious town of Andersonvillc a moat extraordinary crime was commute dJ this week. A Air. Alann requested the Itev Mr. Anthony to come to his house to per form the marriage ceremony for his (Mann's) step-dawghter. The clergyman arrived, and was received with the utmost kindness and cordiality. In the evening,, when the cere mony commenced, l!ann rushed into the room with a doulc-barreiled gun in his hand and ordered Mr. Anthony to. stop the ceremony, using the most insolent and excited language and gestures. Mr. Anthony remonstrated, whereupon Mann fired, wounding the clergy man in the groin, and piecing his life in ex treme ieiKrdav. No one esn account for the act- There wasno quarrel or bad feel ing between the parties. Mann is not in sane, and Anthonv is the meekest of minis ters. Notwithstanding his wound, Mr. An thonv insisted on imishme the ceremonv; ana laying on a pallet, propped up by piiiows, he went through the entire ceremony. The bride and bridegroom will have good reason to remember their wedding. It is to be hoped it will end better than it began. M.bs. Diaha Vrtl a widow lady who lives near Naehvilie, Tennessee, is one hundred and fourteen year of age, and is still healthy nd vigorous. She ride on horseabek. and doe much, worjt. She ha been married three times. anJta over four hundred de eendants living. Each of her husbands served in the ifcerolntionary war, for which ae.drsws a penaiaa. She is living with her daughter Mr.. Sawyer, who i only ninety,, but thinks (he, t, may liv to good age. -- A fTii.TTnaxiA AdmiBAL Squiies. the Washington correspondent of the San Fran cisco Time tells the following story Wm J- Dumnnt, formerly employed as book-keeper, I think, in a German hse, in San Francisco, has got things pretty much his -vay. On the breaking out of the war, he enlisted as an ordinary seaman. iA...;,.n ka lie rose to the rank of. Lieu. tenant, and came East on the Lancaster. . On, the twelfth day of September, 186S, he re M an nffpr fmm one of Salnave's Minis ters to take a position as Executive Officer in the Ilaytieo uavy, our. wouia mw or clined. had it not been for his brother-in-law. Mr. Charles Reid, also an old San Francis can, who insisrea upon 1119 seuumg natiort to the Navy Department, and accept ing the sew appointment. Ia six months time he has so conducted himself as to be appointed, Admiral oi the llaytien navy. lie is-one 01 irresiaeni oaiaave s muai. n ficient and- trusted adrisers, and will share the successes or disappointments of the President as the case may be. Mr. uu- mont's father was of some distinction in Franpp. heiriff one of the first to declare for Napolean alter his return from Elba ; and his mothrer waa s maid of honor to Marie Louise. We sincerely hope our old fellow townsman may win laurels iu his new field of operations. SrDDEN Death of an Old California at White Pine. The Inland Empire of the 29th relates a very painful ocurrenee as fol lows : . At noon vesterdav a call was made upon T)r. Scnaener to see a man woe was lvine very ill by the roadside at the north end of Hamilton. Ane ilocior ana- i'atui. nrmiua at once procured a light wasrou for.the pur pose of bringing hint iu and rendering bim proper care and attention. They.found the sick man. who nrored to be Dr. Howard, once a prominent druggist and practitioner of ban iranc-sco, out " orougni low oy mus key. It seems he had for some time been verv dissipated, and lately much exposed, King out at mgnts, etc. lnis naa orougn. on a severe attack of asthma, under which Dr. Senseney found him laboring and in a dying condition by the roadside. The Doc tor and Mr. Newman assisted hira. into tbe wagon, and started but a few paces, when he gasped for breath, tried to speak, was sub- portea oy lur. .lewmin, uuhl ic mjhuh was dead. Dr. Howard waa about 47 J ears of age, and a gentleman .by education and narure. A post mortem examination was heldver.the remains by the Coroner, aad the verdict of the jnry was that he died by natural causes. A' Neva' Present to Pkesidekt Grant. The Washingion correspondent of the San Francisco Times tells us that Sena tor Stewart, of Nevada, is the recipient of a splendidly. pelUbed mountain mahogany cane. It'ft stiver mounted, and hears the followincr inscription : " To General U. S. Grant, from A. D. McCulloch, of Star City, Nevada.'.' The presentation will take place short h. NEW TO-DAY. AUCTION SALE FLOWERS VL.AXTS ! Flowers J'l.-wers - tkj. and Plants Plants Auction t . Auction I rfWV&E-VZIhL lt AK AOCTtON f ALE OT X JalnVrnia Kloweru, P:ants and SbruMjery, au Monday, May 3, 1SG9, Commencing at 11 o'clock A. M-, at room Next Door to the Theater Saloon. These Flowers, PlHtitsaiul tbe like were brought from VacraBrnro where they w?re rown hi th open ir, and are fresli and 'vlgoruos, and well jhUpted fortransllaiititig bt-re u;yj , J. it, COHilACK, Aoctioneer. COLD S3?HIN"GS WATER WOEKS! TUt HiVDEBSIGNRD, nAV!NJ UNDIS tnkeu 10 supply tbe Citizens uf Carsoa with Pure,. Soft Spring Water, ! - -TAxxir raosi LIVING SPRINGS, Hereby notifies the Public that he la pmpared to suj ly Families, Bars, Hotels, &c, &c, wirn FROM THEIR PIPES, At the Mlowlng rates : To families or Barf, FIFTY-CESTS ?F,BWEEK. To persons usine an extra suoply as for Lannrfry pnriwes. IrriKaring, c, the rates will be propor tionallv larger. W'We wUl lay oar Pipes the DISTANCE OF A BLOCK, . T AecsauMdals Two Parti, Tho Castomer famishing the Top Pipe. tHiWTHOKHK STETEJCS, , 1 Proprietor. ' Carw. City, May 1,1MB.-," xf i-tt- 01 AXU 1 1 j CABS0N LODGE NO. 4, xg6ot templars W1U BAV2 A Public Installation of, Officers OS MOIfDAY ETE'G, MAY 3, 1869, AT MASONIC HALL. y Ti will be a Grand Supper on -the occa sion" Carson City, May 1, 1S9. td s AND BOIlDEIlINGr. TEWESr AND MOST ELEGANT STTLES IN f WALL PAPER an B0B.DEEING " ' JCST RECEIVED AFD FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES AT JOSEPH EOSEHSTOCK'S, CARSOX STREET, CARSON CITY I ap29-tf -o NEW SPRIKC GOODS! Ise Shawls! XiffU"? PRINTS! Etc., Etc., Etc., DIRECT FK0U THE EAST ! J 1ST OFSIO At OLCCriCH BROS. ALL LADIES ARE TtESFECTITLLT IXVITEB. al f -O i'.4B$0. CITY WATER VORKS ! JtHB rNDEItsIGXr-It, FROrRIKTOll OF THE Carson City Water "Worlis, EAVISli LAIH FUS PIPS Through the Frincips-I Streets of the Ci:y Is now urcpaifd to farnirti fliorn. Stores, Ili telj, Kntiiran:e. Private HisiJcuces, tc, with a constanLnitd mu-ie uj ny uf Pure, Soft Water, FRESH THE (OLD SPBIXCS OF THE SI ERISAS. Ztatos Modorato. if. B. Families acd ctliers will besupilied with Water from flic CarS, as heretcf .rp, in ench lrta of the City as are sot tl averse Ubitlie P:if. .: EUHV SWEESEYj raoPEiLios C-rsos Cnr Watib Woeks. Canon Civ, April 25, ISr, t REESE'S SALOON . .ii t i-vTirnetcvrn nio . il" I-T I nfon arid new occupies tlie workstjt bAfeiv ccufie.l 1. Murk G:ii? : ard lieKltS tlie Cai-ito! hitiliiing wftiii.-hei. lie invites a'l liis old frienrls and the j.aulic fren eraily tocall, (with culn in their jHH-ketii), aini pee bim: and lie promises thai nobedr p:all te poisoned. He will kp OB bikol the VEV.i' HEST procurable articies of Wines, IVIilskles, Ki Brandy, Ola, JlilT Liat'OBS, ETC, . Ana Wilt be on hand, cither in person or . hy at tractive projv, todisennethe same in style and quantity tv suit hi patruua.. JKT REMEMBEK THE TLACE : Carson Stare est, Kizt Dooa to Mnrcsros's Disco Stobi, cxn&ox CITY, PROPRIETOR.' CONTINENTAL Life Insurance Company OF HEW YOEK- THE IS A GENERAL FTATE- mcnt of the AmHb and Bninw of tb Coni- pany dnnnR ine fmi year, n snows iumiiii Company have indued orr Six Tnousand 6,(i0) New Policies, and it has declared a Dividend, of 4 O per cexit., Which ban bven priBird to the credit cf the Policy holder", which clearly estnbliahea hy its steady and beavi'.r increased bnstness the ptipnlarity n1 confidence of the public in the Coiitinanta! Life InuraucftCumpauy. General Statements Total NumW f Pliu.t isue-i ll,.Fi97 Taurine - &i,W?(t no Total present A&st-ts 2,067,17$ 4t I'oIinVa issnn in l,fc68 6,0f4 In-line 16.r6.CO0 00 Premitimson came l,4bZ,X7 7 Amoarit Td for IMes, hy dehAh.... 9,f'( 0 Divisible Surplus 4-2, C71 35 Dividend declared and passed to the credit o rulicy-ho'der!. JuDuarr SO, ISt?, 40 per cent. mm iv 1C a . I"! Jt f'O.. MANAGING AGEXTS, Kumber 302 - - Montgomery Street, Uthceat Coin t Hume. Einr -0 3m 6981 '11 AmuT 'ueartO -pitnorl ad fia 9 1 v rr - c? Ht!VAI JL V ' A - ' - oiv -apwj aqi o xoq li OC'lt ts 'JoitawK Mt "I o JouddnB pjirwre 'JV0S 3AI10 1?0IK3HD '1113 siosjwa 'j(ioijI tpo$ pa deog J"ld ql ia Sinn oa Ft q jrq: ClirjonaS Dllqnd aql pun aofJt:j jo ,jintliiq T -jci aui kxuojj;i aasoisaaaxa aiuli i JV0S i dVOS i JV0S i JT0S r AnT0T,T k SALOON. COCNTT Bl'ILDIXO, Carson City,- Nevada Macs arrss.J jamis r. rtit-ir. nV.V. R T, & DEALEY. PltOPRIETUBS. LIQUOSS AND CIGAES.' S-A11 tlie choicest bottied liquors ill t efeuiiu at this p.ii'joD.'fcA tf-Thi Saloon km the most com plete at the kind In the Stae.- Oron. Murch 1. lo9. ADOLPH JACOBS reopareroa or tub t T A T O rT C 7? TT IBS is CARSON CITY, NEVADA,. Keeps the Finest Brands of XI A V A X A CIGARS ALSO TlfiMTRTTfl f! T fJ A R S. T0LACO1S. GE5I7?KE KEERSCIIAVM PIPES, I1XE CTTLEItV. Wliirh lie-will sell at the trrweM rates possible. CarH. .ljmrT 1, 1S0U. PitCIPIC UXIOX EXPRESS COMPANY S NOW niKPAP.KD TO DO EXPRESF, Collection. t i mmlnloB, and Forward In BTJSIN-ESS. Between this City nd all the principul places la Nevaila, California, Oregon, The Atlantic States and Kiiro"-. ?- A II orders promptly attenderl to at ralee mi h less than heretofore c)iarf.od by any other conipiuiy. Freight lr..m Bfck Francisco Cents per pound. T , C 1 -Iftn Iu. tl.an 1 On K Cents bach. Ofisee : Oovnet 01 Mnsser and Carsoa streets in County Buildings, Carson City. I.C DORSET, A esst, Carson. Slarch 1 , 1SC.9. BOTANICAL PHYSICIAN. OFFICE OI THIRD STREET, (A short distance Eist of Carson Street,) Carson. City, - - - Nevada Successfully treat, th mast difltcnlt cases of disease, by the use of medicinal herbs. lias cored ssaay natiente ia town. Persons ia Deed of lua pruiewiorjaa semen arv aail at Lis eMea. ' - ' ' : - I Osfsoo CitjfvJIxea. VM.,..