CARSON CITY, WET., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 26, 1872.
THE SEW DAILY APPOL,
A daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general
news, local affairs and the interests of its neigh
Issued every day (Sundays excepted.)
TERMS OF SUBSCttlPTIOK:
One copy, one year, by mail $12 00
One copy, six montns. oy mail m
One copy, three months, by mail 4 0U
Payments on subscription invariably in advance.
(There will be no deviation from this rule.)
The Appeal will be delivered to the citizens of
4 'arson at Fifty Cents per W3-k, payable weekly
to the carrier.
One square (10 Urns) nrnt insertion. , $3 00
Kach subsequent inse rtion 1 50
Office On Second street, opposite the South
fjn Front of the Capitol.
HENRY R. MIGHELS,
Proprietor and Editor.
rjlBK CHOICEST BRANDS OF
WINE, SPIRITUOUS ARB MALT LIQUORS
For Nile at the above old established and favor
Drinks 12 1-2 Cent per Glass.
N. B. Colonel Feask Hall, the well known
spiritual medium, will be on hand to min&tt-r
to the wants of the thirsting visitors to this sa-
BANK EXCHANGE SALOON
Corner King and Ormsby Streets
rpHE BEST AND PIREST BRANDS
tVines, Brandies, Whiskies,
And other spiritbons liquors;'
Ales, linger Beer, etc.
Retailed at 12 H cejcts per glass. A particular
feature of the Ban Kxchaiu; w the very supe
rior brand of HAVANA CIGAKS, always kept on
hand. r Cm.11 and see me.
1-tf R. K. BROWN, Proprietor.
OLD "SAZERAC" SALOON
Carson City, Nevada
UWIS a THOnlNGTON, PROPRIETORS.
WHIN WELL KNOWN AND POPCLA R
X Saloon has been entirely renovated and re
opened by the undersigned.
A Fine Billiard Table
Ha been added to the establishment, and s
i'H'B ROOM fitted np with the view to accomodate-
visit1. We havu purchased a. nrst-class
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
And shall be happv to see and wait on our
rricuds. ors LEWIS.
1-tf JEROME THORIXGTON.
MARS M. OAIC.E A. XAY
MAY fc GAIGE, Proprietors,
County Buildings. Carson City
THE ABOVE SALrOON HAS BE EX
entirely n-htted and opened uuilJ" the pres
ent proprietorship m hrbt-olait style. The beat
WINES, LIQUORS AND CI6ARS
Alwava to be had at the Bar: and there are TWO
For the accommodation of customers.
MARK M GAIGE,
l.tf A. MAY.
SOOTH C STREET, VIRS1NIA. NEVADA
Four doors south of Bank of California.
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND
WOPEN AI miGHT-ta
HOT LUNCH EVKBY DAY from 11 1-a
una to 3 p.tn.
1-tf C. H. DALEY, Proprietor.
NORTH C STREET, VIRGINIA CITY
TINKER ft. SHEPARB, PROPRIETORS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PVR.
chased the entire interest in the above
sained Saloon, the business thereat will in the
future be carried on by them under that firm
osme of Tinker a Saepard.
TT. W. TINKER,
W. F. SHKPARD.
Virginia, January 23, U71. 1-U
I ain't no politician
But onee I watuhud a fly - - -A
sailing round and round a web
A spider sitting by.
He sighed and said, ' I love her so !
I should rejoice if she
'D shake hands across the bloody chasm,
And come and practice re- .
Conciliation at ion "
That spider said to me.
I looked out of the window,
A bird was fluttering 'round
Just where a kuklux copperhead
Lay coiled upon the ground.
He smiled a smile and softly said,
' Forget the past," said he.
Its worn out hatas and by-gone feuds.
And learn to practice re
Cone i 1 iation ation
And come and talk wirh me.
Just then the fly went buzzing by;
She looked back as she went.
And laughed "good by, old spider, I
Don't humbug worth a cent."
The startled bluebird, piping loud.
Soared high into a tree,
" Too thin, old Johnny Reb," she sang
I scorn your bogus re
You can't play that on me !"
I ain't no politician
But then, it sort o' seems
Ton bad for men of sense to be
Took in by shabby schemes.
They know less than a fly or bird.
Or bug or bumblebee.
Who don't detect beneath the mask
The meaning of the Re
Of Jeff and Horace G.
1VEXTIST Office a few doors South
of the U. S. Mint. CARSON STREET.
Satisfaction given in all rases. sl3-tf
T. 0. EDWARDS,
TTORNET AND COl XSELOR-AT.
Office In Sweeny's Bnilding, southeast cor
ner of lung ana Ormsby street.
i-tf carson crry, Nevada.
DR. L. A. HERRICK,
Office In the County Buildings, Carson
1-tf CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
Tenders his services to the citizens of Carson
and vicinity as a nurse for such pt fitleim n an
may ivquire his strvices. Apply at the office of
tht- Carson Appeal. 1-tf
CHAS. W. FRIEND.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND EN-
DEALER IN WATCHES, SILVER
Fine Jewelry, Clocks, etc.,
And keeps constantly on hand the finest brands of
Havana and Domestic Cifrars, Siuuk
iur and Cliewinar Tobaccos,
Pipes, Cutlery, Sta
tionery, e. c
"Watches. Jewelry, Mathematical and En
gineering Instruments carefully repaired and
Jewelry of all Descriptions Made
ySole spent for the celebrated
CRESC ENT SPECTACLES.
Carson City, Sept. 9, ltC'J.
Frsh and Pore mm
Sparkling Dew !
Manufactured every day of the best
CANTY fc WAGNKR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONERS,
No. 107 Montgomery Street,
(San Fra nvist-o.
THE ATTENTION Of THE TRADE
is called to our immense assortment of Can
dies and other goods suitable tor the
And warranted to keep in all climates.
Prices low and Tf.UMS lwhmai.. orders
from the interior promptly and carefully at
tended to. eel-2m
CORNER OF CABflON AND PROCTOR BTREETS,
CARSON CITT, -'..." NEVADA
Mat. Rinckle. - Proprietor
AT THIS MARKET CAN ALWAYS
be found, the very best quality oi
Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal.
I purchase and slaughter my own cattle and
will have none bat the best quality. My cus
tomers can have whatever they order delivered
at their lioness immediately after purchase.
V"I mind my own business.
1-tf HAT. BIN CKSL,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARfiO CO.'S EXPRESS.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING CX.
equaljed facilities for carrying on bin busi
ness, is now better prepared than any livery
stable proprietor in Nevada (outside of Virginia
City) to accommodate tne puonc wim.
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE EQUIPMENTS
Turn-out (all new), Superior
And evejythine that a first-class Livery Stablo is
supposed to be provided wltn.
Balls, Political Gatherings,
rnneraas, esc, etc.
Supplied with vehicles and steady teams on the
Access to my stable can be had at all hours of
the day and night.
A Stag to Lake Tahae loaves the Sta
A share of the patronage of the place is solic-
J. M. BENTON. Proprietor.
Canon, September 9, 1872.
CAKSON CITY, NEVADA
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AND
widely known Stable has beea Intel, renv
vaieu. ine oia siocc euueu out and replaced with
hue young horses.
Carriages of all descriptions on hand AT MOD-
UttA 1 r. LHAKOTS.
Horses boards! by the DAY or WEEK on the
tkOVVEST FOSSIBLE TERMS.
N. B. We attend strictly to our own business,
l-tf WINNIE DAVID.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
A.J. RALSTON, Cen'l Agent
mms AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOS-
M. its or
COIN OH CUBIIENCY
Open Account or tn Issue Certificates
Pajsble (at the option of the holder) in Virginia
or oau r rani jgeu.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE
xkht roRK, s.4tr ma.vcisco.
Collections Made on All Points
Bullion purchased st the most favorable
SWStocka. Bonds and Lenl-Teadre Notes
Bought and fluid.
sr-Afeocy for the sale of QuickauTer.
J. P. MARTW, Cashier.
, January 1. ltfii. lf
State of Nevada
By authority of and under the
MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES
First Grand Gift Concert
State of Nevada
STATE INSTITUTION " INSANE
AUTHORIZED BY AN ACT OP THE
Legislature of the State of Nevada, ap
proved Alarcn i, inn, to oe held at
Virginia City. - - Nevada
OCTOBER 15, 1874,
TICKETS OF ADMISSION
$6 IN COIN.
n Gold Coin
Will be given to holders of Tickets at the Con
clusion or the Concert, as follows:
2 Grand Gold Coin Gif tsof $'.fl.0iK each, S.IO.nou
'J GraiidGoldColnGit'tsof $ lS.tmo each, Ikj.uiu
1 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of 110.(1110 each, 'JO.OtlO
4 Gold Coin Gifts of $A,n each 'Ju.ixju
10 Gold Coin Gifts of IJ.(HK) each 'J0.U00
JO Ootd Coin Gifts of tl.000 each 40.000
0 Gold Coin Gifts of f rsjo each 30.1M)
KM Child Coin Gifts of Saw each . Ml.OoO
300 Gold Coin Gifts of f luo each So.tioO
500 Gold Coin Gills of $.'0 each 25,000
1000 Gifts, amounting to fcMio.OOO
sOTTirkets are now for sain and can beob.
tained of C. C. PENDEUGAST, at the office of
Wells, Fargo .V CO., and at the. office of D. L.
BLANCHABD. Manager, at J. Waldstein a Co.'s
Cigar Store, South C street.
WELLS, FARGO oi CO., Virginia Cltv,
D. L. BLANCHARD,
j. d. KERsar,
tt General Airent, Carson.
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
II A VINO .WADE EVERYTHING NEW
11. Ill the brick portion of the
We are prepared to offer the public superior sc.
vommouauons oom in tne
Dining and Nleepliifr Apartments,
And will endeavor to make our fniests comfort
able during the erection of the new building.
THE BAR OF THE ORMSBY
ill he attended to by GEO. L. G1I1HOX. whose
well known ability to run that institution needs
no comment. oue but
First-class Liquors Dealt In.
1-tf B. H. MEDER k SOX,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
COKNEU OF CAltSON AND THIUD STKELTS,
C ARSON CITV.
CEORCE TUFLY, Proprietor
EVERY PAINS WILL HE TAKEN TO
sustain the reputation of this old estali
lirtied public honse and to rendT it worthy of a
continuance of the lilteral xatrouue which it
has hitherto enjoyed.
THE LODGING IEPARTMKNT, THE TABLE
AM) TUX 11 A It
Will be sustained in nrst-dnss style. Rpocial
exertions are made to Rive to the St. Chsrl-v the
character of a tlionmlily desirable and commo
dious FAMII.Y HOTKL.
tfK fair share of transient and resident pa
trensKe is solicited.
1-tf GKOUOE TrFTA', Pmprielw.
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL
(AT TIIK BTATK rillrtOS)
L. LACIIArELLK, I'bopbiktob
Free Carriage from Carson
At 8, 10 and 12 a.m., sod 2 and I p.m.
BATHS, FIFTY CENTS EACH.
THE HOTEL WILK BE RI'N AM A
nrst-class institution in every particular,
and the PRICES will be as low ss the proprietor
ran afford as ho does nut expect to make a for
tune the tint year.
TIIK 11 AH
Will always be sniiplied with the Barest sad
bat WINEd, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
K7lnvsids suffer! as from rheumatic or scrof
ulous (flections would do well to civ the Warm
springs s triaL
1-U L. LACBULFKIXC.
VIRilil A & TRUCKEE R. R.
J)AHKENGER TRAIXM WILL LEAVE
DAILY AH rOLLOWH:
First Train M a. in.
Second Train , lis m.
Third Train Ui p. su.
VIRCINIA CITY STATION
First Train ti41 sum.
H. ron.t Train Ilrt.l a. m.
Third Train i45 p.m.
First Train ,.,. sum.
Second I'miu 14 m.
Third Train 4 p,aa.
Virginia City and Carson
DAILY AS FOLLOWS!
0 a.m., H a. ra., 10 a.m. It na., 9 n,na.,
4 p. aw. anal tt p.m.
7"Tlme of transit two hours.
Vircinls to Gold Hill Twenty-five Oents
Virginia t, Carpnn... fJ Iw
Canton to Gt.l.l Hill or Vimlnia ti On
sVThroueh Tickets will be sold tnPartoa via
Mound House, tn onuuectiou with t'olsom a
Johnson's HtaHe Line.
Fassenger Trains make close ounoection at
With Stages to and from
Virginia City and Carson
Also, with the EAST and W KHT-IlorND Fas.
utter Trains of the Central l'acinc at HKNC
H. M. VERIXGTOV.
CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL
l"i, Wi, Traius will leave Keuu as folloas:
Overland PasM-nKer Train fur Wadswnrth,
Winnemucca, Carlin. Toauo, Ogdrn and Kast,
Overland Kn l((lit and AccomtalaUiiu Trail, for
One n and Ijut. OriS A. M.
Overland PasscnKcr Train for Marysvllle, lbtl
ding (for (r,-K"nl, Hacraniento, latl'fop, Meteeil
(for Vosemite), Tipton (for Los Angeks), atnl
Kan Francisco, 1:10 A. M.
Overland Freight and Aeraminodatioa Train
for 8an Francisco, VIM A. U.
A. N. TGWNE, T. II. GOODMAN.
Genl.Hupt. U. P. and Tkt Agt.
CARSON CITY AND VIRGINIA CITT
IStaffc lei no.
Ladd & Billings, Proprietors
ON AND AFTER MARCH 14, IM4.
the comnAidioti and oomlorlabla sua, his
of this line will leave
ARNtlN at ti.10 .'rim-It
(livery uiurnlng.l li4iiniiug, leave
VIRGINIA CITV at .m.
oiagtv stop (Konig aim rouiniuj at
EMPIRE, SILVER CITY AND 6010 HILL.
At the Mot'NI) HOrm? will roniMit with
stnees to and from Iisytoi, l.tf
CENOA AND SILVER MOUNTAIN
1ITHER OI.IM UhA.H LEAVE TCI
i iniurm tbe traveling puiilie that he is t w
rnnnini! s line of CONcolili t'OACHM. car".
Ing pasM.ngiTs, cxiiress and UnlUd Htafaa luail.
GENOA via Nherlilan. KrMerlckshwrc,
Wootlfor's, Marklnevtlln, Monnt
llti 1 1 Inn anil .Monitor to
Isisves Genoa every MOVPAV, WF.nNFf .
DAY and FHIHAY. lutumlnir. ,n HlU.r
Mountain every TUEHDAY, Tut BHD AY ami
DenasMio Minlnif Company Not lee.
The Una annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Detlawro Mining Company will be held si
the nine of the Scnretsry, in Carson City, ea
Mon.tay the 14th day of Octoher, 1K7H, at I
o'clock r. n. for tbe purpose of electing Trus
tees, to serve tbe ensuing year. By onkr of
the Trustees. DJAAC KcCONNU J,
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