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THE DAILY APPEAL
Wednesday Morning, Jnne 2, 1870 The Meeting of the State Central Rep ublican Committee will take place to-morrow at Virginia city. Some Safe Keys are among the bunch which we alluded to yesterday as having been found and deposited at this office. Mill Station has been re-opened by Mr Z.Bryant; and he will, on the evening of Friday, July 1, give a grand ball there. At tention is directed to his advertisement. Ths Silver Stabs will be out this afternoon for practice on their ground?. This wiil be the last game which tbey will play here prior to going to San Francisco. Tbey will appear in uni form. They will begin work at 4 o' clock. Go and see 'em. Is the Second Judicial District Court, Hon. S II. Wright, Judge, June 20th, in the cafe of Robert Woodburo (E. D. Sweeney) vs. W. A. Hawthorne, the motion of defendant to compel satisfac tion of the judgment pro tanlo, was ar gued and submitted. Decision reserved. June 21st, motion sustained. Fray's Mill is now being run by Tray & Lord ; and they are getting out immense uantities of the very best of lumber ; and are prepared, always, to furnish the best of planed tongued and grooved flooring, ceiling, aths, 6hingles &c. &c. Lord is one of the very best saw mill superintendents On the acific Coast. Tbi Raci of Bob Sharp's against time 6 minutes to the Warm Springs from town was won by old Telegraph in 5:30. The old horse is about twenty five years old and goes it like a blue eireak. Sharp (rot back with a sound neck, for a wonder, and the old horse is as good as new. Tbe distance trotted is a few rods over 1 J miles. Thi Carson Tbiatbb will be occupied this evening by a dramatic company which embraces some of tbe most ac complished and favorite actors that ever made an appearance in Nevada. This troupe is composed of Miss Sue Robin son, (everybody's favorite) Milton No ties, R. II. Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robinson, It. G. Marsh and others. Miss Robinson and Mr. Linds.iy will in. troduce several new songs. The plays for the evening are "Naval Engagements, with Miss Robinson as 'Mary Mortimer,' and "The Fool of the Family, " in which Miss Robinson will appear as "Betty Sanders." Mr. Xob!e3 will recite Shamns O'Brien; M'ss Robinson will sing-"She'sso Sweet." and Mr Lindsay will eir.g "Tbe Oi l Sexton" in charac ter. This is a rich bill and ought to draw a crowded bouse. Is C. S. District Cocbt, Monday, June 20th, before Judgs Ilillyer, upon calling the list of jurors the following named appeared in court : II. G. Parker, J. A. Fiske, II. J. Madge, A. X. Buckley, Jacob Mullcr, II. Emmons, J. C. Dorsey, George Kitzmeyer, Wm. J. Magee, K. M. Howe, Joseph Piatt, Aaron Wells, A. YV. Faxon, Jacob Tobriuer, J. Q. Moore, IT. II. Sherwood, Jacob Sheyer, V,'. J. Tborinrrton, M. Parker, Wru. B. Mann, L. Stenrns and Cbarlrs May. In the case of tbe United ijiates vs. Marco Medin, indie'ed for dealiogin unstamped tobacco, tbe defendant pleaded not guilty, and the case was coutiii'ied for the term. J. H. Tilton, indicted at the February Term for doins business as an auctioneer without a special license, pleaded guilty and wad 6ned ten dollars. Pauline Williams, indicted at the Feb ruary Term for doing business as a re tail liquor dealer without a special license ; nolle prosequi entered. Bertha Cohen . samecharge and order as above. R. Blamentbal, keeping Eating house without paying special tai ; same order as above. Petit jurors in attendance were discharged for the term. Court adjourned nntil July 1st. "Wbat vegetables will your Excel' ienry have for dinner?" said the Chief ? toward ot tue v one noose to me i resi dent (be other day. "Vegetables?" replied the President; "well suppose we nave cneroots. "They are all served np, your Excel, leocv : but we have potatoes, parsley, onions, tomatoes, asparagus, beets, inrinir chickens, strawoernes iic. - Bnn T ' ' ornl.i mml 7 i Q Excellency ; "let us have peas I" And this is said to be General Grant's first, U, and only joke. JV. Y. Sun. Go ro Muses: Ton's Drag Store and try kis cool Fountain Soda. J'tf Arrivals at the St. Charles Hotel GEORGE TUFLY. PaoPRirroa. Camos Citt, Jun 21, 1S70. Wm. Sharon, Miss Davis, A. M. Worthing, O. Coen, Frank Miller, N. M. Adam, F. Davis, P. VanSickle, L. Olds, C. Green, T. W. Ilealy, J. L. Stevenson, J. 1). Robert, S II. Cowell, J. S. Bergin, W. C. Jones, Virginia, do. Reno, City, do. Empire, Lake Tahoe, Carson Valley, do. do. Little Valley, Gold Hill, Washne City, Tine Glove, San Francisco, Truckee. UNION REPUBLICAN State Central Committee. rl'HKKE WILL UK A MKETINO OF THE X Committee in Virginia City on Thursday, June 33, at 2 o'clock P.M. The attendance of all the member i riarticnlnr ly requested. Kepr sensitives froni White l'iue and Elko cuuulie- are invited. C. C. BATTKI1MAX, Secretary. nij-s-d " State Wikkantj Wasted. The highest price piid fur State Warranto, by the undersigned, at Wells. Frsr- A Co.'s ofiice. II. F. Rice. wi:ll-i'Laced love. Essays for loan; Men, on the happi ness cf well-placed affection, on early life, and the propriety of eaily Marriage, as a protection against the fearful ahnscs and social evils of the day. Sent free, ia sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION", Box P, Philadelphia, pa. je3-ly. 33. J. . DAVIS, M-vxrvAcrraiR of Tin, Copper, Galvanized and S beet-Iron Ware. Job Work Promptly attended to. TS PREPARED TO EXECUTS ALL WORK 1 f ir parties wishing water from either of the water coiupaniea. Carson Street, opposite St. Charles. Carson City, Nevada, June 21, 1S70. JOHN B. WILLIAMS, Enrcessor to W. L. Perkins 4 Co., WILL FOinVARD SLOW FREIGHT PROMPTLY, AT ONE DOLL.tR I'EIl IU., ACTUAL WEIGHT. Mark 8Iow Freight "Care W. L. T." and send receipts to Kcno ullice, f 413 Montijrmery otreet, San Francisco, OFFICES lis Iroa.l Depot, heno. , 1ST0. mv2l-tf TO TI1E POLICY IIOLiDsullS OP THE c oxti x r: x ta i . LITE INSURANCE COMP'Y OP XEW YORK. G tntlemf.! : There will be duo you the fol lowing dividends, at tho time below specifl d. These fiynres represent the. dividend of 107, and are J per cent CiSK of your annual premium fraction of a dollar not allowed), toucan use them so far as they go, t offset the premium then falling due, or you can buy additional in surance therewith. Ihoee who have tas.cn an aunual loan on their Policies can use the divi lend to cancel the loan of 1507, and leceive the balance in the f.rmer case. All lV.icies itsu.d prior to Mjlj l'xn, n,u, win mci,o so LOon s they became three years old, ana annu ally lh,r-AiJIr. Those issued silica that date, on the cash plan, will receive dividends two years from dale : :. : CO - 1 : i. - .-. tJ, , .i t v e MMMr3. erccrjrcrf-c-iro-s s s 3 t H. H BLAKE A Co. General Agents, Pacific Const, 302 Montgomery at. San franc iaco. B. F. BIYINS, Agent for NeTmda.. G. W. Cbhhc, Local Apent, Ourwn, Ner. FIRE INSURANCE COMPAXY OX Xj O Xv X O W . ESTABLISHED 1803 Capital, - - - - $s,000,oou HAXTXO COMPLIED WITH THE LAWS OF the State of Nevada, is nowprepared to take FIRE RISKS ox- Mills, Stores, Dwellings, Etc., AT THE LOWEST RATES OP PREMIUM. JAMES FKASER, Agent for Orimby County. OFFICE : At E. B. Rail's Hardware Store, jel9 CARSOX CITT. tf DAVIS & G1LLSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Feed, Liquors, Clothing, Hoots and Sboes, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, MOWEItS AXO IiE.lPERS, Farming Implements, Etc., Etc., Etc. tXT. BEO LEAVE TO CALL THE ESPE- v f rial attention of consumers to oi:r large ana vai ied assortment of GENERAL 31ERC1JAXDIE, Which we will sell at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES, (juaranteeina to civ Satis' factionlotUa.3 toquality and Price. GOODS DEL1VGKE" IX AST PART OP THE CITY, FREE OF CHAKGE. ORDERS FROM TIIK COl'STBT PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Cirs-.n. May 21, 173. TO THKJ.AI)liS. SHEYEP. & SIORRIS -wFll I.F.4V;l T." ANNOfNCR TO THE LA- 9 1TE? of Carsfiri ai A V'cinity tLat tliey liave on band a well 31 lected stock ! SPRIXG AXD SUMMER GOODS, Silk Bnramcr Sliawls, Organ dlri, Chaiubrl, Grcnndlues, Etc....Ete., Etc. CARPETS, Oil. CLOTHS) A General Assortment of W4U Taper, and Ladies' Shoes, Which they offer for wi'e at VKRY LOW It ATK3, .. ,.i,rtipi4 Ui) desire to uurninbe win 111 ni examine their stock befoi e purchasing eluuwliere. ST., next dx.r to WUM.S, FARliO i CO. iuv2J tf FOR SALE. DWELLIxa nousE OP SIX ROOMS, Situated opposite the southeast corner of the , nuza. .mail buildinir of three Rooms, on Carson street, next square north of the Penrod Uouse. Apply to . 8. D KINO, Jr. ap2Stf. Carson, April 27. 1S70. FAMILY BAKERY ! HENRY CAP FALL, Corner Carson and Fourth Streets, Keeps constantly on hand Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, and the like, at the LOWEIT PRICKS. Fresh Bread, Etc., delivered to order, daily, in soy part of the City. Carson, Jans 6. 1870. tf COMPARE. BELOW IS A TUBULAR PTtTKMKNT OF tlm nronortion of the. Premiums wild to sev eral Life Insurance Companies, which have been returned to policy hnldeis as dividends, since the oriraniKation of the Companies. The fltruree are taken from the sworn statementsof the resjiective Companies to the Commissioners of Insurauce. As Life Insurance rates, in all companies, are In every case higher than the estimated cost of In. surance, there is, or ontiht to be, at the end of each ye:tr a surplus, which varies according to the expenditures arising from working expenses, death claims, etc. 3 9 ; 2. s : n - 0, 9 'is S 1: e s f a - 1 o S x c, e ' m a lllli a 2 I I "Oil S ! W S3 H ; ti " "a t & c 1 . e o " - 0 m m S 5 o e m e e The above examnles will enatde the insuring putdic tojutlire of the respective merits of the ItrrerelU c mpani-Hi represenrea in ini, pm.. Whether it is better to invest their .p-ire earnings in a comnariv which has returned itt tor every received in its larite total of premiums (over Kiftv-to Millh n liollars,) or to invest In compa nies returning the lesser amounts as above. Mutual Life Insurance Company OF NEW YORK, ASSETS, $10,000,000.00. JOHN SPROSTOV. State Airnt, M ' nth C street, Virginia. Samuei D. Watmitn. S pprlnl Agent, mvi'i tf KING STltKET B. F. TOSTKIl, Agent, (Late wltra Geo. T. Divls.) W 12 O LES A LE ASD ItETAIL Mil.JR tX FLOUIi, GUOCERIEy, PltO VISIONS, AND GENERAL 3IEUCI3A?;OISE, AT ins Iiowost riatos ! fj- Good delivered In any part of the City FREE.'iJ Carson, June 1st, 1S70. Jot-" NE7 SPEING GOODS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE EAST, A NEW 8VPPLT OF L1WSS, MUSTS, tllAMUUET, DRESS GOODS, and SHAWLS, CF THE LATEST SPRING STYLES! -Ladies are Respectfully Invited. 'V OICOVICH BROS. Csnon, May 1st, 1870. 1 1! M "r1 1 : : : : : : i - r : ' : : 'I1 I m n - a 1 Jj w M 3 is H i e ; ' ; i? S o n ? my o w c o.c1 o u 55! a s7. asCsecr:s i : I : i ; i g"-3"a. I I i I I I? i : : i t ?t3 c : : : : : 1 1: aMMs9WD- U O Sii e c ? o 2.5s l: o o w !: I I I ! I I E-; : 1 : t i 3 i: : 51' 1: i ; ; : sz 'i : : : : i S-s il M M i I ?Jl I ""' U U m M m cml si.W4JMSeJiS3 : gff! l;u w u m 5 j!j : : : s 1 i o'.5 i I I I ! ! ! I : i j j I j ! i'2 I WE DE4L IX BE LIABLE INDEMNITY, SOT Ohoap Xnauranooi t : X3 lASl'IlANCK COMPAXIKI, OF MRTI ORU & SEW YORK, H AVINO HONOR, rVKTLTATIS, ami CASH AUh'l'A tttnouiitinx tn $6,SQ6,717 SO At et.ikt plc'IfTftl for tli faithful fTf Tmnnr of thrtir Ctiiiracti with the AMiirpvl, dfii tt neither Iv'giUniMl, lntnt r hunorittrU t rni ll MWAJ tllt-H CMCDtt.il lrunt in tU llMk up vt m RESPONSIBLE COUPABY In a suicidal scramble for bn.lnese with concerns bsnkrtift tn manairement. If not In assets, and that seem di-p.d to risk all and Jeopardise the security of their patrons In a spiteful attempt to ruiu each uther. The Rates fthsj Phorals mat Horn arc based on aetaal txpcrl tnc9 Im nt DMslnSsf Thy ar m low povl -wnrlty win m fVtr niihcul at, mini m liltl rit1rHm will cumvlmti the public thitt It In of vitl luporUnc fhrjr kep clear of ompDfri of tb RECKLESS GAMBUNQ STYLE, And give their patmntgs to TI.MK HONORED, WEALTHY, AND C0N8ERV. ATIVB COMPANIES, Whose rates and operations prove they place a value on and have confidence In the secsrlty they offer the public, aod are not disfnised to LOWER TIIF.IR RKPCTATION" Oil lQUiN. Iltll Til Kilt ASWi. 11. II. MAOILL, Manaiier. 424 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. Policies Issued and renewed dl reel, by GEO. W. CHEDIC, Agent, OAXlBOiV. May St. 10. lm DESIRABLE BRICK OFFICE TUT. ST'DSCRIIIK.I OKFKPS FOR RENT, CIIEAl", the v inn pitoor murK bcii.dixo O.N Si:CONO STREET, Opposite the Ormihy IIoue, Intel occnpleil ly liitn as an otnee. Enouire at the V. T. K. B. omce. II. M. 1EK1N0T0N. Mar 2, 17'). tf tl - EAGLE MILLS, KMUIIT'S I.A.NUIXO, 11H0DES, BE.VTY CO., MornirroRs. JOHN M. HIIODKS, 01 FHO.VT iTUKKT, DEPOT FOR SALE OF Flour, Grouhd Feed. Dran, SSItldlln?, Elr. tf Orders addressed to Proprietors at either of the Mills named, rr to JOHN M. RHODES, rameuto, promptly executed. " t O- .O WOODLAND MILLS WOODLASD, RHODES, EVES CO., raorRiEToas. O- J.-lm D. C. TURNKK,b lV. nMrciim:a ami tr.ii.ka tv ISOOTS AND LEATHER, nA9 RrTVRNED TO C.'RfON, end orened a UOOt' AND &110E LblAULUllilSiM Hi The Penrod Block, Carson Street, And will Weep en hand a larre assortment of Boots, and furnish T!10.M MPK BOOTH To OKUfctt and WARRANTED TO FIT. REPATRINO done with neatness and dispatch. Also, Leather, and Shoe Findings. A9A share of the custom work Is respectfully solicited. Carson, May 10, 1870.