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Vol. I.
CARSON CITY, ffEV., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 21, 1872.
No. 11.
D Alii I Arraiij.
THE JEW DULY APPEAL,
A daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general
news, local affairs and the interests of its neigh
borhood. Issued every day (Sundays excepted.)
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One copy, one year, by mail $12 00
One copy, six months, by mail 6 50
One copy, three months, by mail 4 00
Payments on subscription inrariahty in advance.
(There will be no deviation from this rule.)
The Appeal will be delivered to the citian-nR of
Carson at Fifty Cents per week, payable uet-kly
to the carrier.
APVEKTISINO RATES:
One square flO line) first insertion 00
Each subsequent insertion I 50
Office On Second street, opposite the South
ern rront of the Capitol.
HEXKYK. MIGHELS,
Proprietor and YAitttr.
SALOONS.
THEATER SALOON.
rpHE
CHOICEST BRANDS OF
WINE,
SPIRITDODS AND MALT LIQUORS
i AND
, IMPORTED CIGARS
For ssle at the ibove old established anil favor
ite resort.
Drink 14 1-4 Cent, per Glass.
X. B. Colonel Frank Hall, the well known
spiritual medium, will be on hand to minister
to the wants ol the uursung visitors 10 mis sa
loon. MOOKE & PAHhtH,
1-tf lroprietirs.
BANK EXCHANGE SALOON
Sweeny's Building,
Corner King and Ormsby Streets
mHE BEST AND PUREST BRANDS
A oi
Him, Brandies, WHisnlrs,
And other spirit bous liquors;
Ales, Lager Beer, etc..
Retailed at 15 H tints per glass. A particular
feature of the Bank Exchange is the very supe
rior brand of HAVANA CIUABS, always kept on
hand. It" Call and see me.
j.lf K. S. BBOWJf, Proprietor.
OLD "SAZERAC" SALOON
Canon Street,
Carson City, Nevada
LEWIS A THORIHOTOH, PROPRIETORS.
THIS VELL KNOWS AND POPULAR
Saloon has been entirely renovated and re
opened, by me undersigned.
A Fine Hill lard Table
Has been added to the establishment, and
rl.ITB ROOM fitted up with the view to accom
odate, visitors. We have purchased a first-class
assortment of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
And shall be happy to see and wait on ot
friends. org LEWIS,
l.tf JEROME THORESGTOX.
MABK M. GAIGE -...A. KAY
Magnolia Saloon
MAY cfc GAIGE, Preprietera,
County Buildings, Carson City
rtlHE ABOVE SALOON HAS BEEN
brands of
WINES, LIQUORS ANO CHARS
Always to be had at the Bar; and there are TWO
FIRST-CLASS
1IILLIABD
For the accommodation of customers.
MABK M. GAIGE,
l.tf A. MAY.
DALEY'S EXCHANGE.
SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA
Four doors south of Bank of California.
WINES. LIQUORS, CI BARS AND
BILLIARDS.
2-OlTE?? ALIi NIGHTS
HOT LUNCH EVERY DAY from 11 1
a.an to 54 p.m.
1-tf C. H. DALEY, Proprietor.
PALACE SALOON,
XOBTH C STREET. .....VBJGINIA CITY
TINKER Jt SHEPASD, MOPfJITSRS.
THE CNDERSIGNED HAVTJTQ PCH
chased tbe-entire interest in the above
named Saloon, tbe bamneea thereat will in the
future be carried on by tbeia under tbe firm
uxuie of Tinker a Bhepard. ,
W. W. TTXKKR,
W. F. SHEPAUD.
Virginia, January 23, 1871. 1-tf
STATE MATTERS.
Lincoln County.
We glean as. follows from the Daily
Record: The delegates to the Republican
State Convention from Lincoln county
are as follows: A. J. Blair, Alex. Brown,
J. V. Walk and Lewis Felsenthal.
The Chief of the Hill is turning out
larye quantities of ore which ranges
from 150 to $330 per ton.
The Washington and Creole Minin
Company have their machinery ready for
operations. ,
White Pine County.
We condense as follows from the Xeics
of September 20: Of the hold-over Sena
torial matter, the Setts says:
One of onr Senators is a Democrat, the other
does not like Grant. A I nited States Senator
to be elected next Winter, and the Democrats
and all who do not like Ixrant will combine
an eflort to elect, as successor to Xye, some man
i-lio does not like Grant. Some of the best aU'
thorities in law matters assert unreservedly that
our two State Senators forfeited their places by
failing to take any action to arrange the duration
of their official terms. To lav the sub
ject over, and await the course of the Democrats
upon it, is not the proper course xmnebwly will
be voted for for the two places, and we want to
see the Republican party put forward regular
nominations. We have no pnrpose to serve, and
the public has no interest to benent, by allowing
tbe two incumbents to work a job on the tw
parties lor their own private advantage.
La n tier County.
From the Reese River Reveille of the
20th, we learn the following facts regard
ing the action of the Republican County
Convention which was held in Austin on
Thursday last:
The following gentlemen were selected as del
egates to the State Convention : John O. Darrow,
L. C. Mi Kenney. i. M. Hammer, M. A. Sawtelle,
F. O. Howell. James Mason and A. K. Sftanon.
The delegates to the State Convention were In
structed to present the names of C. C. Goodwin
for Congress,- and T. P. Hawley for Supreme
Judge, and use all honorable enorts to secure
their nomination
The new Central Committee is composed of the
following gentlemen: C. F. Horn, Chairman ; A.
fc.. suannon, Secretary: T. . Tnplett, Treasur-
: J. r. Kamsey, i,. w. Cromer, c. c. Wallace
ttm. Head, John Frost and R. Carter.
Washoe County.
According to the State Journal, Reno
has a brass band; Jim Kinkead is the
leader and E flat cornet player. The
same paper says that the roof of the new
Court House has been completed and that
the plastering is soon to begin.
Huaa bold t County.
The Silver State, from which we gather
as follows, says that prosperity prevails
at Golconila. There are 23,000 sheep
thereabout and 200,000 pounds pf wool
have been shipped thence. The crops of
cereals are heavy and good. The story
that there is an inf ectioi ; s disorder amongst
the cattle in Hombuidt county is, in the
language of H. G., a he! There are 250
or 300 persons in Paradise Valley and
there is a school house, a flouring mill
and two or three stores there. The Indi
ans are peaceable. The grain crop is es
timated at 8,000,000 pounds. Kohtz Kin
kead, an Alaska Indian boy, adopted by
Mr. J. H. Kinkead, died of consumption
at Cnionville last week. Such is gener
ally the result of successful attempts at
taming the aboriginees. So soon as they
become domesticated they are apt to die.
One Spore, a Humboldt rancher, has
raised 300 pounds, of "pearl" potatoes
from f onr pounds of seed.
Elko County.
A little son of McComb of Lamoille
Valley, was thrown from a wagon and
killed by the wheels passing over him.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
C. BILLINGS.
JJENTIST Office a few doors Mouth
ox the L. s. alint, CAJisua ainu-i.
Sstisfsction Riven In all cases. slS-tf
T. D. EDWARDS,
ATTORNEY AND COCXSELOR-AT-LAW.
Office In Sweeny's Building, southeast cor
ner of King and Ormsby street.
1-tf CAKSOJi C1TX, AtVAlIA.
DR. L A. HERRICK,
H
OMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
Office In tbe County Buildings, Carson
street,
1-tf CARSOS CITY, HEVA1JA.
DENIS PECK,
PROFESSIONAL SICK-NURSE,
Tenders his services to tbe cltitens of Carson
and vicinity as a nurse for such rentlemeu as
may require hie services. Apply at tbe onVe of
the Carsos Appkai 1-tf
WANTED SITUATION A HITTA
tion as house Iteeper or to do general
housework in a private family. Tbe beat of
aafetcneea given. Apply at Mailer's Hotel.
l-D-lWJ
LIVERY STABLES.
LIVERY STABLE
CARSON STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO Jt CO.'S EXPRESS.
THE FNDERSIGNED, HAVING TN.
equalled facilities for carrying on his busi
ness, is now better prepared than any livery
stable proprietor in Nevada (outside of Virginia
City) to accommodate the public with.
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE EQUIPMENTS
FINE SPANS,
Stylish Turn-outs (all new), Superior
Saddle Horses,
And everything that a first-class Livery Stable is
supposed to be provided with.
Picnics, Balls, PoUtical Gatherings,
funeral, etc., etc,
Supplied with vehicles and steady teams on the
shortest notice.
Access to niy stable can be had at all hours of
the day and night.
A Stage to Lake Tahoe leaves the Sta-
Die uauy.
TERMS REASONABLE.
A share of the patronage of the place is aolic-
ueu.
J. M. BENTON, Proprietor,
Carson. September 9, 1871.
1-tf
BANKERS.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
AGENCY,
AT VIRGINIA,
NEVADA
A. J. RALSTON, Cen'l Agent
rpHIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOS-
X ts of
COIN OR CURRENCY
EITHER OX
Open Account or to Issue Certificates
xnereror
Payable (at the option of the bolder) In Virginia
ur emu x rsncisco.
EXCHANCE FOR 8 ALE
OS
XEWTORK, SAX FRAXCISCO.
BUSTOX, SACRAMKXTO,
LOXDOX, PARIS,
DVBUX, ETC.
Collections Made on All Points
aT'Bullion purchased at the most favorable
rates.
Vfitorks. Bonds and Lecal-Tcnder Notes
Bought and Scdd.
B" Agency for tbe sale of Quicksilver.
A. J. RALSTON, Agent.
J. P. MARTIN, Cashier.
Virginia, Kev., January 1, 1x73. l.tf
MERCHANT TAILOR.
JOHN HTJTIIEnLiAND,
NORTH CARSON RT. (between PROCTOR
and TWELFTH.)
M ENTLE WEN'S
VJT order In the
SVITS MADE TO
LATEST STYLE AND If 08T WORKMANLIKE
MANNER.
COAT, PANTALOON ANO VEST MTTItM
of the choicest varieties constantly on band.
Hl.tf
GIFT CONCERT.
AUTHORIZED
BY THE
State of Nevada
By authority of and under the
MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES
First Grand Gift Concert
OF THE
State or lVcvsid.i
FOUNDING A
STATE INSTITUTION fob tbr INSANE
AfTHORIZED BY AN ACT OF THE
Legislature of the Rtnte of Nevada, ap
proved March 3, lull, to De held at
Virginia City. - - Nevada
October 15, ma.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION
85 IN COIN.
5265,000
In. Gold Coin
Will be given to holders of Tickets at the Con
clusion of the Concert, as follows:
1 Grand Gold Coin Giftsof f 'i.'S.lMl each, f.Vl.nnil
2 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of fl.VHW each, M,i
i Grand Gold Coin Gifts of flil.miUeach, 2i,(m
4 Gold Coin Gifts of 3,0IIU aach 3U.IHK)
10 Gold Coin Gifts of f'J.iasieach Ko,il
l Gold Coin Gifts of tl.iNUeach 2i),tmn
fill Gold IVrin Gifts of f.vm each an.miO
IK) Gold Coin Gifts of f-110 ea. h 'J11.0.10
:m Gold Coin Gifts of f loo each jiO.KNi
5oU Gld Coin Gifts of fju each !i3,uuu
10U0 Gifts, amounting to (MS.IIUU
yTickeM ire now for sale and can be on.
talned of C. C. FENUERGAKT, at tbe office of
Wells, Faiyo A CO.. and at the offlce of I. L.
DLA.M-HAKD, HanaHer, at t. Waldsteln It Co.
Cigar store, south C street.
WELLS, FARGO Oi CO., Vlrfcrlnla City,
TREASrREBS.
D. L, BLANCUARD,
General Naasfrr.
3. D. KKRSGV,
1-tf General A sent, Carson.
aanaaaaaMasasaasaauaaui
HOTElJ.
OF TBE
Ormsby House
. CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
IT A VINO MADE EVERYTHING NEW
lln tbe brick portion of the
ORMSBY HOUSE,
We are prepared to offer the public superior
coinniodstlons both in the
Dlnlus-aad Sleeplnif Apartments,
And will endeavor to make our guests comfort.
side during the erection of tbe new bulmiug.
THE OAR OF THE ORMSBY
Will be attended to by GEO. L. GIUSOX, whose
well known ability to run that institution uctals
no comment. Mone hut
First-class Liqaors Dealt In.
1-tf B. H. MEllKIl k SOX.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
CORKER OF CARSON AKD THIRD STREETS,
carson crrr.
CEOROE TUFLY Proprietor
17 VERY PAINS WILL BE TAKEN TO
M J sustain tbe reputation of this old estsh.
lirhed public house and to render It worthy of a
continuance of the liberal patronage which it
has hitherto enjoyed.
THE LODGING DEPARTMENT, THE TABLE
AU rat UAK
Will be sustained in first .class style. Special
exertions are made to give to the Ht. Charlt the
haracter of a thoroughly desirable and commo
dious
F.UIILY HOTEL. .
rk fair sharp of transient and resident Pa
tronage is soucnen.
1-tf GEOKOli TCFLY, Proprietor,
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL
(AT THE STATE MISOX)
LACHAPELLE Pnopnirron
Free Carriage from Carson
At 8, 10 and 1 ajuandl and 4 p.m.
BATHS, FIFTY CENTS EACH.
THE HOTEL WILK BE RFN AS A
nnU-lass Institution in every particular,
and the PRICES will lie as low as the nrrli tir
can afford as ha does not expect to make a for
tune the nrst year.
Till? 1 1 Alt
Will always he simple! with tbe purest and
best W IJCES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Tlnvalida suflefing front rheumatic or acrof.
alous sftections would do well to give the Warm
Springs 1 trial.
141 fc. r'diF
TRAVELING.
YIRIilMA & TRU'KEE It. R.
CARSON DIVISION
J) ANNEN'GER TRAINS WILL LEA VB
O arso xx Olty
DAILY AM roLLOWs:
First Train a a.m.
Second Train 14 m.
Third Train s...Hit p. in.
WILL LEAVE
VIRCINIA CITY STATION
AS follows:
First Train f ill a.m.
-,, ml Train Ili4. a.m.
Third Train 8,43 p,m.
WILL LKAVB
GOLD ZXXXjXj
as follows:
First Train a a.m.
h.ukI Train 14 m.
Third Tram p. na.
WHX LEAVE
Virginia City and Carson
DAILY AS FOLLOWS!
A a.m., 8 a. m., 10 a.m. 14 m., 9 p. nt.,
n am. sss m p.ua
TTlme of transit two hours.
Vlmtnla to Gold Hill Twenty-flre (Vnri
Virginia tot'arson fi im
Carson to Gold Hill or Vliylnla fl ul
t7ThMni(h Tickets will lie sold toTnivron VI
Mound lioiM', in oounuctlon with I'ulsuui a
Johnson's stage Line.
Hono Z31'7-ltatlon
Passenger Trains make close connection at
Steamboat Strings
With Stages to tnd from
Virginia City and Carson
Also, with the EAST and WEHT.BOtTfD Taa.
sriiger Trains of the Central 1'aclnc at UKSO.
1-tf
H. M. TERINGTON.
CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R.
ON AND AFTER MONO AT, APRIL
IS, InT. Trains will kva lie no as follows:
Overland Passenger Train fur WaUwortb,
Winnemucca, Carlln, Toanu, OgdeB aad Last,
lrt) A.M.
Overland Freight and Aecomodatlon Train for
OgdeB and East, tM A. 11.
Overland PassnngHr Train for Marysvllle, Ret.
ding (for Oregon) , Sacramento, Lathrop, Merctsl
(for Tosemlte), Tliton (for Los Angilce), aal
San Francisco, 1;10 A. M.
Overland Freight and Accommodation Traill
fur San Francisco, 12M A. M.
A. N. t'owxe, T. U. OOODMAX.
Oeal. Supt. U. P. and Tkt Act.
slttf
CARSON CITY ANO VIRGINIA CITY
Ladd & Billings, Proprietors
ON AND AFTER MARCH la, IT,
the ruuiniiKllous and cuulurtabbi cvalH
ot tula Hue will leave
CARSON at T00 a'cleck
(Every morniiig.l luturulug, leave
VIRGINIA riTT at lata.
oiagve siop ( going ana ouuuagi m
EMPIRE, SILVER CITY ANO SOLA HILL
At the MOt'XD HOt SE
will
oonTt with
1-tf
stages to and from Pavton.
GENOA ANO SILVER MOUNTAIN
Stage faliic
1 ITHRR OLDS BEOS
LEAVE TO
luform tbe traveling publlr that he la now
running a line of Ct)N(l)Kl) COACHES, carry,
lug passengers, eajirvas and InlUd Htafea lua.1,
froia
GENOA via Wlat'Hslatt, Fi ertel leltsburg.
wsNMiiwr-a) isusrauesiviaaa! as aunt
Bullion anal Monitor ta
MU.VKH MOINTALN.
(TXraves Genoa every MOKDAT. tPEDSEs.
DAT and FRIDAY. K.tnruln, les HilviT
Mountain evm Tl'EaDAY. THtltHDAY and
SATURDAY. l.tf
BSananBauaPaSananaEanmBuauS
Deflaaea Mlnlna' Csnaaw Wealaa.
The nrst annual hetlng of the sto. kholiW rs of
tbe Deuanoa Musing Oomnany will be held at
tbe otaeo of the Hcrtvtary, In Camnn CM, an
Mondav the 14th dar of Ortohrr. IST'i. at 1
o'clock P, M. fur tbe purpose of electing True,
sea, to serve the ensuing yar. Py order of
letlTtBS IB AAV. Ml-CWSM.I.,
bept Vi-liu. Hvcnlapj,

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