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DAILY APPEAL.
CARSOX CITY, -NEW,, MONDAY MOBWllfG, SEPT. P, 1H7Z.
Xo. I.
Tol. I.
IE NEW DAILY APPfcAL,
daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general
local allure and the intt'rcsts of its nt iga-
day (Sundays excepted.)
or suBscmipnoN:
ivmcil ..S12 00
.bv mail ..6 50
hs, by mail v. .-a 00
Option ittrariablt im adranct.
'eviation from thisfnle.)
be delivered to the ritizens of
rents per W'?k, payabU wet-lily
DVKBTISl?fO RATES:
(10 lines) first insertion
uent rasertiou
...i w
in Second street, opposite the South.
of the Capitol.
HENRY B. MIGHELS,
Proprietor and Editor.
SALOONS.
THEATER SALOON.
mHE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
1
WINE, SPIRITUOUS AND MAIT LIQUORS
AND
IMPORTED CIGARS
Per sale at the above old established and favor
ite resort.
Drink 19 Cent per Glaus.
N. B. Colonel Fbank Hall, the well known
npirituitl medium, will be on hand to minister
to the wants of the thirst in i visitors to this t-
lu. -u. MOURE PARKKlt,
1-tf Proprietors.
BANK EXCHANGE SALOON
Sweeny's Balldtng,
Corner King and Ormsby Streets
rilHK BEST AND PCBEST BRANDS
r of
Mines, Brauillew, Whiskies
Ac-1 othc-r spiritboo liquors;
' Ales, Lager Beer, etc..
Retailed t Ws cents per glass. A particular
f ati v the Bank Exchange is the via? supc
; 1-ir hr; a A HAVANA CIGARS, always kept on
fated. f 4 ail and nee m.
Uf B. It. BROWN, Proprietor.
QLOjf "SAZERAC" SALOON
J Larson Street, - - .
Grfon City, Nevada
LEWIS 4. THORIHGTOH , PROPRIETORS.
rilHIS WELX KXOWN A VD POPCLA R
X S1oob ha been entirely renovated and re-
uj. nee vy the xmatrsigxn a.
A Fine Billiard Table
Ha been added to the establishment, and
c'LCB KOOM fitted up with the view to aceom-odatt-
visitors. We haw parchaiwd a fiist-class
twuruiK nt of
WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
And Khali be happy to see and wait on oi
fri-uds. OUS LEWIS,
1-tf JEKOME THORINGTOX.
V.AKK X. GAlUE A. VAT
Magnolia Saloon
MAY fc GAIGE, Prc.pri. torx,
County Buildings, Carson City
fllOE ABOVE SALOON HAS BEEN
X entirely refitted and opened under the nres-
ul proprietorship in rrtt-clan style. The best
brand of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Always to be had at the Bar; and thtre are TWO
'IRST-t.'LASS
Itr I,T.IARD T A. XI T.. 13 W
IVr the accommodation of customers.
MARK SI. GAIGE.
DALEY'S EXCHANGE,
SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA
four d'X n south of Bank of California.
WINES
LIQUORS, CIGARS
AND
BILLIARDS.
OX LL'M'H EVERT DAY frana 111.
V ' su to S ja. na.
V
C. B. DALEY, Proprietor.
IAr AIIAAU
-. u . 2waaa saisas
a raaw-iwa. unkvvii
J STREET,.
VIUOI.NIA CITY
mm a MtrKV, PKUPKHTUKS.
1
! a..wia:iuawuwn ssavvwa ?
cha4 tn entire inbautt in the above
I BMuon, sjb, ban, thereat wUl in the
( be carra. on aw thiau tnwt- flnn
of Tinkid 4 SttejianL
r
f
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w. W. TUIKKn.
f' W. r. BHEJ'.UUI.
'"tg BUk Jacary U. Mil. 1-tf
BUSINESS NOTICE.
"The New Cabsos Appeal" is de
signed to fill a vacancy caused by the
premature death of its elder brother, and
give to the citizens of Ormsby connty
and the neighborhood north and south of
us a Republican newspaper: Yet it is
also to be understood that its publication
was begun with the deliberate plans and
intentions of its projector to make it one
of the permanent business institutions of
the State.
Our terms of subscription are as fol
lows: Delivered bv Carrier in Carson 50c per week
Scnt by mail, one year $12 00
Vent by mail, six months ....tf 50
syut by mail, three months ., . .4 UU
Y1.7 papers sent by mail must be paid for
in Advance.
Persons desiring the Appeal sent to
thein address will understand that the
coin Must accompany their orders.
The carrier is under instructions to col
lect of Carson subscribers every week,
and to stop delivering the paper to per
sons who are not sufficiently solvent to
enable him to carry out this rule.
Our advertising rates will be found at
the head of the first column on the first
page.
We shall fee! under many obligations
to our fiiends (political and personal)
throughout the State, if they will not
only subscribe for the Appeai. on the
terms above set forth, but interest them
selves in getting their neighbors to do
likewise.
We shall endeavor to inculcate the true
faith: rebuke political sin and wicked
ness; exhort the erring to turn from their
evil courses ere election day shall come,
and they shall say " there is no pleasure
in it;" encourage the faithful; summon
the steadfast to "rally 'round the flag;"
and, while doing this, to neglect none
of the business interests of the place;
and, if possible, to gather np and sow
broadcast, in pleasing and succulent
grains, such mutters of local interest, and
such " trivial, fond records as youth and
observation cherish" lure.
We solicit contributions from all puns
of Nevada and the Pacific Coast.
SOME OF OCR XEW FE ATI RES. i
The fit-Id of journalism is so very lim
ited here as to afford but little room for
varying Iroin the old routine which has
always characterized the Carson press;
and while we cannot expert to startle this
community with the exhibition of novel
ties; and while it would be the bight of
extravagant folly for us to attempt such
impossibilities as the publication of full
(or even condensed) telegraphic reports:
and absurd as it would be for us to branch
out into the realms of big newspaperdom;
we cannot, in reason, be expected to sur
pass our worthy local contemporary in
much besides an exhibition of our inhe
rent goodness and amiability (our well-
kuown distinctive qualities) ; but we are
unlike our neighbor, the Register in so far
as we do not intrude our journalistic lucu
brations upon the saeredness of the
Christian Sabbath for, as will be ob
served, we publish on Monday and uot on
Sunday mornings. May our example not
be lost upon our unregeiierated neighbor!
Another of our new features and this,
no joking, is something worth while is
what appears to-day for the first time
m Carson (hrst time since the early
days, at any rate) namely: correct and
full reports of the evening transactions
of the Sun Francisco Stock Board. This
will enable us to accommodate our friends
here and on the river considerably in ad
vance of any other papers.
So fast as other possible improvements
suggest themselves we shall make them.
Tailless Teoct is Scotland. At the
late meeting of the British Association
some so-called tailless trout were exhibit
ed, which were said to ooenr in cosidera
ble numbers in a certain loch in Scotland,
about a thousand feet above the level of
the sea, and about one acre in extent.
It is so shallow that a man can wade
through it, and has a stony bottom, with
a few weeds. Although surrounded by
other lochs, the tailless tront were found
exclusively in the one in question. The
precise nature of the mutilation was not
given. It was stated in the discussion
which ensued upon, the exhibition of this
specimen that in other localities in Groat
Britain there were streams in which trout
without tails, and sometimes without
'ANYTBSlTO TO BEAT 6BAVT."
Prom Harper's Weekly.
Mr. Beck, one of the Democratic lead
e s in the House of Representatives, late
1; made one of the charges against the
I emocratic Administration which are now
t) o chief cn of the alliance against the
E publican party.. Mr. Beck's charge is
a good illustration of the kind of warfare
thit is waged u xjb the President. It was
as follows: " During tne last nscai year,
in defiance of that law act of July lath,
18701, the War Department, as is shown
by the report of the Secretary of the
Treasury, expended $8,0t)0,00(l in excess
of the appropriations, and sold arms to
the French to make gooi'. the deficiency;
and the proceeds of those arms are now
deposited in the Treasury to the credit of
that Department, subject to be drawn out
by it." The Secretary of War, in a let
ter to Mr. Daws, remarks that Mr. Beck
is in error at all points, and proceeds in
the tersest and most conclusive manner
to prove it. The War Department did
not expend any sums in excess of appro
priation; it did not sell arms to make
cood the deficiency; even if there were a
deficiency, the money to the credit of or
dinance stores could not be used to make
it eood: the proceeds of the Bales men
tioned are not in the Treasury to the
credit of the War Department, nor sub
ject to its order. The Secretary leaves
Uttle of Mr. Beck.
Mr. Fernando Wood made an attack of
the usual kind upon General Dyer, Chief
of the Ordinance Department, to wnicn
the ireneral replied in a letter so conclu
sive that Mr. Wood retracted his charges.
It is bv the incessent reiteration of such
charges that the campaign is conducted
of anything and anybody to beat Uraut.
XEW POSTAI. CONVENIENCES.
The new postal bill enacted before Con
gress rose, authorizes one cent postal
cards for correspondence or for printed
circulars, similar to those which were in-
traduced in Great Britain nearly two
vears ago and are now in use in nearly all
European countries. Whether the card
shall be provided by a flap to cover and
conceal the writing is for the Postmaster
to decide, who is said to prefer the open
card, and will order that kind only to be
manufactured. The fai.-e of the card will
bear a one cent Rtunip, and will be pro
vided with lines far tun address, and The
back will be ruled for the letter. The
price of the card and htunp will be only
one cent. It will pmlmbly be three or
four weeks before thev will be readv for
Kile, us the plates for printing have yet
to be pr'Tart' ' n 1 T -t ie on circn-
lars, newspapers and other transient
printed matter, which under the old law
was two cents for every four ounces or
less; small circulars, which formerly cost
two cents can now be sent for one cent,
an important reduction to business men
who use the mails largely to advertise
their business. The change is now in
force, the law being immediate in its ef
fects. A few weeks since a well educated
young woman, the daughter of wealthy
parents, suddenly disappeared, from her
home in on eastern city. She was final
ly discovered, dressed in a suit of her
brothers clothes anil working in a car
riage faetoay about forty miles away.
When takenback she vowed that her sole
object was to be talked about. "Didn't
the neighbors talk when I left," she said,
and won't they talk more now, when
they hear where" I have been and what I
have done?"
"James." said a gentleman to his ser
vant, " I have always placed the greatest
confidence in you; now tell me, James,
how is it that n.y butcher's bills are to
large, and I almost invariably have such
bod dinners." " Really, sir, t don't know;
for I'm sure we never have unything nice
in the kitchen that we don't send some of
it up in the parlor."
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
rtK-VTLEMEX DESIRING ELKO ANT
X apartments can be accommodated by apply
ing at this office immediately. 1-tf
WANTED SITUATION A HITIA
tion as housekeeper, or to do ecu. ml
housework In a private family. The best uf
references given. Apply at Mulier's Hotel.
1-S-lm"
CHAS. W. FRIEND,
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND EN
GRAVER,
CARSON CITY
.NEVADA
DEALER
WAKE,
IN WATCHES, HILVEH.
Fine Jewelry, Clocks, etc..
And keeps constantly on hand the finest brands of
Havaaai and Domestic t'tjratra, Kmsk-
laur KMd cuowlitir Tunmccaia,
Pipes, C aUary, Stationery-,
etc.
7Watches, iawelrv. Mathematical and En-
ginuering Instnmkiits carefully rctisired gwl
wamntuo.
of all Deserlptlens Mad
to Order.
78ola aasat for ttaa celebnlad
. CBESCat.Vr HrfSCTACLKS.
GIFT CONCERT.
AUTHORIZED
BY THE
State of Nevada
By authority of and under th(j
MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES
First Grand Gift Concert
OF THE
State of Xevada
FOUNDING A
STATE INSTITUTION the INSANE
AUTHORIZED BY AN ACT OF THE
LeriMature of the Btntn of Nevada, ap
proved March 3, 1H71, to be held at
Virginia City, Nevada
OCTOBER 11, 191.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION
85 IN COIN.
$265,000
Zzx Gold Coin.
Will be given to holders' of Tickets at the Con
clusion of the Concert, as follows:
1 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of I'iV.OiiU each. f.W.OOn
2 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of f 1.1.UU0 rack, Ml.im
,J Grand Gold Coin Gifts of 1U.HU0 each, !lu,(HJU
4 GoM Coin Gifts of tUO0 each i.0
10 GoM Coin Gifts of 'J,000 each
20 Gold Coin Gifts of 1 1, UoO each 'JO.ikiO
SO Gold Coin Gifts of & each ao.Ot 0
1(10 Gold Coin Gifts of tJM) each 20.M 0
300 Gold Coin Gifts of luu each M.vuo
500 Gold Co.u Gifts of each 'ift.uOO
1000 Gifts, amounting to .
),000
VTickets are now for sale and can be ob
tain, d of C. C. PF.NUEKGAST, at the office of
Wills, Fargo & CO., and at the office of 1). L.
KLANCHAKD, Manager, at J. Waldsteiu fc Co. a
Cigar Btore, Month C street.
. -. I -
W.W.FARUO f T,. Irfflnla City
TREASrilEItS.
D. 1 BLANC HARD,
ffa-neral Mauuarer.
J. D. KEKWT,
1-tf ttcnrrstl Airent, t u roit.
HOTEI.H.
Xi:E2-OF3r2ITXXtTG-
OF TUB
Ormsby House
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
II AVINO MADE EVKRVTHINU EH
M M. 'n the brick portion of tlte
ORMSBY HOUSE,
We are prepared to off r tba public superior sc.
coinmoustions both in the
Diulugnnil Kleepliijr Apartments,
And will endeavor to noike our guests comfort.
able during tlie erection of the new building.
THE BAR OF THE 0RMS8T
Will be attended to by GEO. I.. GI1IHOS. whose
well known ability to run that lustitutiou uuicls
no comment. None but
Flnit-cLiM Liquors Dralt In.
I-tf B. U. MFJIFJla HON,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
CCHXF.n OF CAJ1H0N AND TIIIHU 8TKKETH,
( ARSON CITY.
CEORQE TUFLY Proprietor
1.VERY PAINN AVILL BK TAKEN TO
suatain the n-putatiou of this old tfil
hrlied public house slid to render it wi-thy of a
continuance uf the librrsl patrunage which it
baa hithrto enjoyed.
THE LODGING liF.P.UtTMEXT, THE TA1ILF.
AND THE liK
Will be sustain. in frvt-clas style., Rpccisl
exert ions are made to give to the Kt. t'barl. a the
character of a thoroughly desirable and comato
dioua FAMILY HOTEL.
A fairaharo of transient and resident pa
tronage is solicited.
1-tf GEORGE Tl'FI.V, Propri.4or.
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL
(at tub statb prison)
L. LACHAPELIX, Pbopkwtob
Free Carriage from Carson
At 8, 10 and U a.m., and 3 and 4 p.m.
BATHS, FIFTY CENTS EACH.
THE HOT EI. WILK BK RIN AH A
brst -class tustituiion in every particular,
and the tRK:E8 will be as low as tlw proprieiur
can afford as bo do. s not expect to make a for.
tune the first year.
Tin: 11 All
Will always be supplied with the punt and
bun WIXLrt, LltloKS A.VD HOARS.
Invalids auaVring from rheumatic or acrat
uknw aS'Sctiona would do vU to giva tats Warm
Springs a trial. i
TRAVELING.
VIRVLMA & TRITKEE R. li.
CARSON DIVISION
jp.aKKEWKR TRAIN 1VII.L l.HW K
O , x o n. City
dailI As r'UAw:
First Train n.m.
Second Train I t ...
Third Tram Hilt it.,.
WILL UCAVl
VIRCINIA CITY STATION
as follows: ?
First Train ,. f ami.
H"rod Traill Il,a.i.
Third Train rM !
WILL LEAVE J
GOIiD.HIIili
as follows:
First Train
Second 1'rsin 14 -
Third Train !
lyrolgrlvt
WILL LEAVE
Virginia City and
Carson
DAILY AS FOLLOWS:
0 sum., 8 sum., 10 sum, I I n., 4 .iw.
4 t.nu muA .m.
"Time of transit two hoar.
fase:
Virginia to Gold Hill
Virginia to Carson
Tweuty-tlM
Caivou to Gold Hill or Virgin la. .
ftThrough Tickets will tjKTold tont..ti M
Mound House, in c. iiijt',,u m, -, a
Johnson's Stage iiuTT
1'aNwtig.T Trains make close lome ii..ii st
Steamboat Springs
With Magi's to and f.Miu
Virginia City and Carson
Also, with the EAST and VEST-UKIM. i'.
seug. r Trains of the Ceiitml I'.cilic at lit NO.
1-tf
II. M. AKHIVtilON.
CARSON CITY AND VIRGINIA CITY
S til so IM uc.
Ladd & Billings, Proprietors
ON AND APTKH MIHt H in, lI.
the couiniiKllous slid iviotottsbl. n li.
of tills liue will Icate
C'ARNO.V st I lilit I.h b
( Every morning. U.'turulu.t. I.
VIKtilNIA CITY at 1 ,..
Ktaga stop Igolng and coining) st
EMPIRE, SILVER CITY AND 60LB HILL
At the M(ltTXl HOI hi:
ftU to and fnm 1m tnn.
GENOA AND
SILVER MOUNTAIN
;v liiiK.
St a;
I'THKK OI.UM HhXiH l.l:i: lit
lur.riu tli. traveling t.ulilie Hist to ih...
running a liue of t'OM'olui t VA III . i ;.
ing poaisugi nt, , tjins. and 1 Hit. I ".i.t. .
froiu
GENOA via Nkrrldss, Krmlrrl) k.l ur.
II WHtlnr's, narkLYi lll. l.isl
Batllloii unci M(t,lt,r trf
KH.VKII MIU VTtlN.
U'avsiiini eviry tloMitV, M I Ni -
1'Ai' and FHIDAY. It. tunilntf. I. -.v..
Xtountsm every Tl UKliAV. TH,!I'IM1 '
HATlltDAY. I. t
I'ltol'KwtloXAl. 'M;i.
T. 0. EDWARDS,
A
TTORNKY
AND l I t'll- l-
LAW.
Orrii ii In Hwis nv's ItulUiusr, a, uin t
mrtirmug snd onusliy str.
1-U CAltMtl.N t I I V, MitAPA.
DR. L A. HERRICK,
JJOMKOPATHIt HHllll.
Ornca In tba Couuty JluiUilajs, i .r-.. ,
1-tf t'ARHON 4TTY, NllVADA
DENIS PECK,
ROFRaMION AI. Mlf k.MHr.
Tenders his avki to the cllJaeM 4 t .rn i
aad vacuuty as a aura for h a iu a.
may rsqulre bis a rvtcea. Apply at l. .
i i
other fine, were not
omm Or, stt. , ir. lf
l-O L. LACHAr.LC.
th Caraoa At-riAU in
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