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THE HEW DAILY APPEAL.
Vol. I.
CARSON CITY, WET., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 10,
No. 2.
0
THE NEW DAILY APPEAL,
A daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general
news, local affairs and the interests of its neigh
borhood.'
Ispued every day Sundays excepted.)
terms op bcbhcbiption:
One copy, one year, by mail $12 00
one copy, fix months, by mail fi 60
Jne copy, three months, by mail 4 00
Payments on subscription invariably in advance.
(There will be no deviation from this rule.)
The Appeal will be delivered to the citizens of
Carson at Fifty Grata per week, payable weekly
to the carrier.
ADVERTISING RATES:
One square (10 lines) first insertion $3 00
lach subsequent insertion 1 50
Office On Second street, opposite the South-
in Front of Uie Capitol.
HENRY B. MIGHELS,
Proprietor and Editor.
SALOON'S.
THEATER SALOON.
rnHE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
WINE, SPIRITUOUS AND MALT LIQUORS
AND
IMPORTED CIGAES
For fall- at the above old established and favor
ite resort.
Drink 1-J l- Cent per Gins.
N. B. Colonel Frank Hall, the well known
f plr.tual medium, will be on Land to minister
1m the wants of the thirsting visitors to this sa-
1-tf Proprietors.
BANK EXCHANGE SALOON
Nwecn)'1 Building-,
Corner King and Ormsby Streets
rpHK BEST AND PI REST BRANDS
Wines, Bran die. UliUklet,
And otiu-r ppiritbons liqnors;
Ale, Ltajrer Beer, etc,
R-tai!? at 12 ' cents per glass. A particular
f sture of the Bank Esthnngr is the Very suje
r;r brand of HAVANA CKiAllS, always kept on
Land. WC&ll and see me.
1-tf M. U. BROWN. Proprietor.
OLD "SAZERAC" SALOON
(arsua Ktreet,
Carson City, Nevada
LEWIS JL THORINGTON, PROPRIETORS.
rpHIS WELL KNOWN AND POP 1 1-A R
X Saloon has been entirely renovated and re
t pr-ned by the undersigned.
A Fine Billtatrd Table
Has bvn added to the establishment, and a
t M It ROOM htt.Mi up with the vk-w to .u-om-K-dntt-
visitors. We have purchased a hrst-class
rt nit-nt of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS,
And shall be happy to see and wait on our
:i.eui3. GUS LEWIS,
1-tf JEROME THORINGTON.
X.UtK X. GAIGE A. MAT
THE LATESTTElEGRAMS.
Col. Forney has arrived in Chicago on
his way to his borne in Philadelphia.
Bisuiark having caused to be enforced
the edicts of expulsion issued against the
Jesuits much serious rioting has occured
in the Rhenish provinces and several
lives have been lost. The military sup
pressed the disturbrnces.
Ex-Governor Curtin of Pennsylvania
is again very sick.
The General Council of the Interna
tionals has been removed from London
to Xew York.
San Francisco rejoiced, in an informal
way, over the admission of California
into the Union yesterday being the an
niversary of such admission.
Robinson's Circus is to be kept open
all Winter in an immense hippodrome
erected for in it San Francisco.
The San Francisco Laundry Company
came near having trouble from having
discharged certain of their white em
ployees and put Chinamen in their places.
The hoodlums weakened, however; and
all is quiet on Mission Creek.
The stock market is all adrift again
almost a panic in the morning.
Three hundred out of four hundred
jnrors empanntlled in the Fair case have
been excused ; and the probabilities are
that none of the remaining one hundred
can serve.
Nothing from the Maine election.
Magnolia Saloon
MAY tW GAIGE, Proprietors,
County Buildings, Carson City
mHE ABOVE SALOON HAS BEEN
I entirely refitted and opt-ned under the pres-
m proprietorship in hrst-class style. The best
brands of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Always to be had at the Bar; and there are TWO
J-IiisT-CLASS
11II.LIARD TAB LIS (-8
For the accommodation of customers.
MARK M. GAIGE,
1-tf A. MAY.
GRANT IX THE SOUTH.
The following we extract from a speech
made by Judge Settle in North Carolina
"Let us turn from this picture to the
new ot Appottomax. We there hnd Gen
eral Lee at the head of his Uttered, wore
half-fed, half-clad regiments, offerinc his
sword in surrender to General Grant, and
wnen treneral Grant, with kind words.
efused to receive it, brave men who had
faced death on a hundred fields wept like
children. Instead of wishing to see the
brave men who had surrendered to him
find poverty at their firesides and p iva-
tions in the anxious eves of niotlins and
rags ot children, Generul Grant directed
thut they should take their horses and
mules home with them, so that the v might
make a crop and bless their firesides with
peace anil plenty. General Grant did
everything iu his power to break the force
of that fall. No deed was done, no word
was spoken to wound the sensibilities of
any one. And from that hour General
Jniiit has exhibited chivalry, magnauiin
ty, generosity and kindness to every law-
abiding mnn in the South. In 165 he
spoke the first word in favor of amnesty.
and also recommended that General Lee
should be pardoned. He frequently in
terceded with Andrew Johnson in behalf
of Lee and other Confederate leaders
whom Johnson was anxious to punish.
Grant contended that they could not be
punishird so long as they observed the
stipulations of the surrender.
DALEY'S EXCHANGE.
SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA
Four doors south of Bank of California.
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS ANO
BILLIARDS.
3-OPEN ALL, 'IGHT-a
HOT Ll.VC H EVERT DAY from 11 I -51
suns to 4 p.m-
1-tf C. H. DALEY, Proprietor.
PALACE SALOON,
NORTH C STREET,.! VIRGINIA CITY
TINKER a SNEMRD, MOMIETOftS.
THE CXDKRSIeXED HA VETO PVR.
chuted the entire interest in the above
timned Saloon, the business thereat will in the
future be carried on by them under the firm
name of Tinker A Shepmrd.
W. W. TINKER,
W. F. 8HEPABD.
frgtnia, January 13, 1871. j.tf
ENGLISH ENGINEERING SCHEME.
The waters of Lake Michigan are only
thirteen feet higher than those of Lake
Erie. The Chicagonese having olreadr
deepened the channel which divides their
city, so as to turn the waters of the Lake
into the Mississippi, the Pall Mall liutl
rft suggests that by deepening this channel
the Mississippi could be made the outlet
of nil tbe great lakes west of Niagara
Falls; a project which it suggests is very
far within the limits of modern engineer
ing, lue result of such an enterprise
would be to shrink the surface of Erie,
to shrink Niagara into a mere full for
machinery propelling purposes; the St.
Lawrence would become comparatively
an insignificant stream. The benefits of
such an improvement would le great, and
the Government has engineers enough on
regular pay to enable it to inquire into
the practicability of this project. It
would be singular, indeed, if this great
improvement should be carried out on the
suggestion of a London editor.
THE YELLOWSTONE BATTLE.
Colonel Baker's Command Attacked
by 4SO Moaz Warrtori A Sharp
Onslaught Hepulaed.
(From the Helena, M. T., Gazette, August 21.)
Below Pbyob's, Aug. 1(5, 1872.
Editor Gazette: Yon have doubtless
learned by special dispatch of the attempt
made by the Sioux to surprise our camp
and stampede our stock. On the niorn
ingof the 14th, before daybreak, our camp
was alarmed by a heavy fire opened upon
the herders and picket guard, and an evi
dent attempt to stampede our stock. The
guard promptly rallied to their assistance.
and the. Indian fire immediately com
menced to pour in from three sides. Un
der the cover of some brushwood on the
riverside and the bluffs of that vicinity,
a heavy body was enabled to approach
within 150 yards of , some of the camp,
and poured in a heavey fire with aston
ishing rapidity and regularity. E, G, I,
and I companies of the Seventh were rap
idly deployed as skirmishers and ordered
to clear the bush, and advancing under a
severe but wild fire they poured volleys
into the brush, from which the Indians
rapidly withdrew, falling back from all
points of attack at the same time with
GIFT CONCERT.
great precision.
In driving them from this position we
lost one man killed (Sergant MeClemard),
and three soldiers and a civilian wounded.
The wounds of the latter are thought to
be mortal, while privates Carl and Ward,
of the cavalry, have also very dangerous
wounds. 1 he Indians then rallied on a
range of irregular and wooded points of
hills about five or six hundred yards back
ot their former position, and opened
desultory fire which they kept up during
the preparations of an advance by the cav
alry and infantry, and before which they
precipitately withdrew; some believing
that they have crossed the river, while
others think they are still ahead and will
attack us. This I do not believe, as their
first attempt at a surprise, which they evi
dently intended to make a decisive one,
was repulsed.
iney must nave lost neavilv. as we
found a large number of horses lvina near
tfie brush where the main attack was
made. I have heard that two bodies were
also found, but as I had moved on did
not see them. Doubtless they have suf
fered their share in killed and wounded,
as the firing of the troops seems to have
been well directed. The Indians either
got away with some dozen head of cattle
and five or six mules, or else these stam
peded, as they have not been found. The
number of Indians is estimated from four
to eight hundred, according to the views
of the calculator. From the fire and the
imount of ground occupied I should
judge about four hnndnd would be a
proper estimate. Ihey were evidently
well armed with breeeh-Ioadini? and re
peating rifles, as well as the old kind of
guns. Missiles from all sorts of arms
were found.
XE1V ENGLAND GRAI.V PRODUCT.
A minister going to dine after a sermon
with one of his deacons, came upon the
hired boy of his host digging at a wood-
chuck hole. The parson, who was un
known to the boy, checked his rein and
accosted him with, " Well, my son, what
are you doing there?" "Digging out a
woodchuek," replied the boy." Dont yon
know it is wicked, and beside s. you wont
net him if you dig for him on Sunday."
'-Get him, thunder! I've got to git'ini,f r
the minister is coming to our house to
dinner, and we uint got any meat.
A Michigan scho ilmaster writes: "i
will spel enny man, woomun or child in
the hull state, fur a dickshunary, or kash
priez of $100 (one hundred) dollors a
s'.de, the money to bee awardid by a kom
mittee of clergymen or skool direktors.
There hes bin a darned sight of biowin in
this district about mi spellin, now i want
t lem to put np or shet up. i won't bee
put down by a passel of ignoramusses be
cause i differ with noah Webster's stile of
spellin."
Of the six States east' of the Hudson,
ermont comes nearest to raisinc its own
bread, producing 454,000 bushels of
wheat in 18fi!J, or about a bushel and a
peek to each inhabitant. Taking the
irmy ration of twentv-two ounces of
dour per day as a basis for comimtini'
the consumption of bread, it follows
that Vermont raises bread enough to sup
ply the people of that State thirty-seven
days and that to make up the deficiency
they are obliged to nurchase 3.N3G.0OU
bushels per annum. Maine makes the
next best showing in the cultivation of
heat, producing in ISi'i!) 278.000 bush
els, sufficient to last eleven days, rmr-
hasing 4,200,000 bushels. Xew Hamp
shire, with a decreasing population, was
a trifle behind Maine, producing 1 '.):!. 000
bushels a little more than half a bushel
to each inhabitant, oj ten days' supply.
and purchasing 4,2ij0,O0O bushels. Con
necticut makes a much poorer showing
than Xew Hampshire, producing ItS.OOO
bushels enough to supply the people
with bread for ten days, purchasing
500,000 bushels. Massachusetts, though
having a larger area than Connecticut,
raised only 34,000 bushels, which, ground
to powder, was sufficient to civ the in
habitants of that State bread enough for
supper and dinner, but not enough for
breakfast ! The people of that common
wealth purchase 20.000,000 bushels of
wheat, lihode Island raised 784 bushels
of wheat in ISli'J, and purchases nliout
j.uuv.uuu Dusnels per annum. The New
England Stites loetlier purchase in
round numbers from 40,000,000 to 50,
0J0.0KJ bushels of wheat and quit; as
much of other grains; or, in round num
bers, 100,100,000 bushels of grain.
Sixce their only schoolmit'um eloped
froin Green Bay (Wis.) last week, the
school directors have advertised for a
teacher who is over forty years of age, had
the small-pox, with poor teete, and a
glass eye and a wooden leg, if possible.
Any girl possessing these recommenda
tions can secure a permanent job by avs
plying early.
"Pct Up ob Shct Up." Says a Lite
telegram :
The Times offers to donate $10,000 to
the Children's Excursion Fund, if it don't
prove the statement that J. Russell Jones
gave land to Presilent Grant to be false,
the Tribune to pay a like sum, pro vi ding
the rimes does prone its falsity.
AUTHORIZED
BY THE
State of Nevada
By authority of and unJi r the
MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES
First Grand Gift Concert
OF THE
State or iYevadsi
FOUNDING A
STATE INSTITUTION " INSANE
4 CTRORIZED BY AN ACT OP THE
W I-eeMaHiie of the 8tt of Nevada, p
yrovca Aittivu a, mix, w oe neia as
Virginia City, - - Nevada
OCTOBER 1. 1ST.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION
85 IN COIN.
S265.000
I ix Gold Coin
Will be given to holders of Tickets at the Con
clusion of the t'oneert, as follows;
2 Grand (ld Coin Giftsof f .'S.iKm each, t.Vl.nmi
'2 Grand Gold Coin (iit taof Jia.unti each, ;,unu
4 Grand Gnld'oinGiftof flu. (Km each, 2n.(HKI
4 Gold Coin GlftKof f.VK each 2ii,ik
10 Guld Coin Gifts of Sj.ikjo aeh ao,t)
SO Gold Min Gifts of $1,IXK) each; I,UH0
fiO (ioM Coin Gifts of $.rio each Su.i 0
lnu old coin Gifts of SJO0 each "Jo.oid
:k) Gold Oio Gifts of 100 each SO.ikki
."(iu Gold Coin Gilts of $.) each 'AUU0
IUU0 Gifts, amounting to .
.'&,utiu
t7"Tickets am now for sale and can twob.
tain, d of O. C. PKSUERGAST. at the offl.-e of
Wells, FarKo CO., and at the office of l. 1,.
11LANCHAKD, Manager, at J. Waldxteiu fc Co. 'a
Cigar Store, Mouth c struct.
WELL, FARGO A CO., Virginia City,
TliEASriiEKS.
D. U RL,Ar llARO,
- - Csau'ral Jttaaagrsr.
J. D. KKHKUY,
I-tf General Afrenf, ( arms.
TRAVELING.
I IPiGIMl & TRICKEE It. I!.
CARSON DIVISION
I
) AKSE.UKR TRAIN' VTlfX I.KA K
Oarson City
nm.Y ah follows:
First Train. M a.m.
Heronrt Train 4 .
Third Train Kit.V)
WILL LEAYK
VIRCINIA CITY STATION
as follows:
Fitst Train....
H- cond Train..
Third Train...
tit.1 a.m.
II it-1 aunt.
lttl.1 1.
WILL LKAVB
OOIi
UILIi
as mixows:
First Train u a.m.
H-i-ond Train I s
Third Triu 4 n.n,.
WILL I.KAVK
Virginia City and Carson
dailt as follows;
0 a.m., a. m., in a.m, 14 in..
p. iu. and p. in.
WTims of transit two hours.
't p.m.
rABr:
Virginia to Gold Hill Twenty-five Vi,t.
litmus to Carson im
arson to Gold Hill or Virginia tj
Through Tickets will lie sold t
Mound House, in connection wilh
Johnson's Stage Uue.
Unytoti is
l-'tMtO
HOTEL.
IFLXS-OFXaCTXaa-G-
of thr
Ormsby House
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
. I AVING MADE EVERYTHING XEW
.1 X m the brick portion or the
ORMSBY HOUSE,
WV an pn parwi to off, r th publif. tujw rir v
cuiumofiaiK'iiH ooiu iu iuc.
Ofnlnif and Nleepiiiir Apartment,
Ami will r'nlvhr to mnkc our (TurvtM iumfurt
aunag tbe trectiou of th new builuiujx.
THE BAR OF THE ORMSBV
Will be attended to by GKl). L. GIHHOX, whose
well known a'oility to run that ius'.ltutiou nei-Us
no coinnient. .None out
First-class Liquor Dealt In.
1-tf ' M. H. MEPEIl k RON.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
CCIiM'U OK CARSON AND THIIIB HTRKKT8,
CAHsiOX CITY.
CEORCE TUFLY,- .. Proprietor
TVERY PAINH WILL RE TAKEN TO
M J sustain tlie rcputatiou of this (tld cstal-
lirued public house and to rcuder it worthy of a
continuance or the liberal patronage which it
has hitherto enjoyed.
THE LODGING DEPARTMENT, THE TAI1I.E
AND THE 11 AR
Will 1m sustsined in rirstlass style. Hpecisl
exertions are made to give to the Kt. Charles the
character of a thoroughly desirable and coinmo.
dious
FAMILY HOTEL.
K-A fair share of transient and resident pa
tronage is solicited.
1-tf GEORGE Tin.Y. Pmpriet.ir.
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL
(AT THE STATE PRISON)
L. LACHAPELLE, . .' Prophiktob
Free Carriage from Carson
At 8, 10 and 12 a.m., and 3 and i p.m.
BATHS, FIFTY CENTS EACH.
THE HOTEL WILK BR RfX AH A
first-class institution In every particular,
aud the l'UICES will bo as low as the proprietor
rsu atlord as he dis s not expect to make for
tune the nrst year.
TIIK 11 AR
Will always be supplied wilh the purest and
best WINKri, UtjUORH AND CIGARH.
y Invalids suffering from rheumatic or scrof
ulous affections would do well to give the Warm
Springs a trial,
1-tf L. LACHAPELLE.
Ilcno IDi-vlsloxi
PassengiT Trains make -1mr nmneetion st
Steamboat Springs
With Btages to and from
Virginia City and Carson
Also, with the KAHT and WEsT-IlofNli l'..
sengiT Trains of tin Ceulral 1's. Uli at III No.
1-tf
H. .H. YERIXJTO.
CARSON CITY ANO VIRGINIA CITY
Ladd & Billings, Proprietors
OX AXD AFTER MARCH I. Il I.
the wimni'slious aud coiulisMalde .
of this line will leant
CARSON at Ti: sVlisk
(Every morning.) Returning. I- sm
VIIM.IMA CITY at 1
Stsgi s stop (going and cinnitui) at
EMPIRE, SILVER CITT ANO G010 Kill.
At the Morxri HOfSE
stupes to aiul from I'ayion,
Will COtltMit Villi
GENOA ANO SILVER MOUNTAIN
.Sf.i.rc lAnv.
1ITIIER OLDS HKtiH LEAVE I'll
J iiifonu' the trawling public 1 list He 1. n
raiiuiug a Una of CO.NCOIUI tllACIII'M, csrr.
lug pasMBKi-rs, express and tutted tat 1111.1l
from
UEXOA via Kberlflan, Kreilerl. L.Imii u.
UomifiirV MnikleeTllle, mount
Uulllon and Monitor la
NILVKK MOl.M AIV.
"Leaves Genoa wrv MONDAY. V I. Il .
PAY aud Fi:lnY. lutiimliiir. I,i.v. .iv.i
Mountsln every TfEHDAY, UltltHHW it,,,
KAT1RDAY. .t;
PltolTsmoNAL CARDS.
T. D. EDWARDS,
VTTORXEY AXD COl!Sl:UIH'l.
LAW.
Ort-trr In Sweeny's tliulriimr. amthe.4 r.
nerof king slid oriiifliy stp.i,
1-tf CARSON CITY. NEVADA.
DR. L A. MERRICK,
JOMEOIATHIC PHYSKItV.
Orrtci In tlie County Buildings, n,r.ti
treet.
1-tf CARHOS CITY, NEVADA.
DENIS FECK,'
J)ROFEMKIOX.VL3 MICK.XI HHI
Tenders his aervic to tbe eitiipMof t i'.,i
and vicinity as a nurse for suck gnll. 11.. n a
may require kin srrw.n. Apply M tin ,,- .'.i
the Carson Arreai,. Ml.

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