THE HEW DAET APPEAL
CARSOH CITY, XEV., MONDAY MORtfltfG, SEPT. 30, 1872.
THE HEW DAILY APPEAL,
A daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general
ul-ws, local affairs and the interests of its neigh
Issued every day (Sundays excepted.)
TERMS OF SCBSCBIFTIOS:
One copy, one year, by mail $12 00
One copy, six months, by mail 6 50
One copy, inree niomus, oy man 4 w
Payments op subscription invariably in advance.
(There will be no deviation from this rule.)
The Appeal will be delivered to the citizens of
Carson at Fifty Cents per week, payable weekly
to the carrier.
One square (10 lines) first insertion .$3 00
Each subsequent insertion 1 50
Office On Second street, opposite the South
tin Front of the Capitol.
HENRY It. MIGHELS,
Proprietor and Editor.
HE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
WINE, SPIRITUOUS AND MALT HQ DORS
For talc at the above old established and favor
Drinks 1 1-3 Cent per Glass.
v. B. Coloxex. Frank Hall, the well known
spiritual medium, will be on hand to minister
to tne wants ox ine uutmuik viwwm una m-
leon. MOORE & PARKER,
BANK EXCHANGE SALOON
Corner King and Ormsby Streets
fllHE BEST AND PUREST BRANDS
Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
And other spiritbous liquors;
Alva, Laager Beer, etc.,
Retailed at BHfim per glass. A particular
feature of the Buk Exchange U the very supe
rior brand at HAVANA CIGARS, always sept on
hand. VrCall and see me.
1-tf E. E. BROWN, Proprietor.
OLD "SAZERAC SALOON
Carson City, Nevada
LEWIS A. TH0RIN6T0N, PROPRIETORS.
TH IS WELL KOWS AXD POPtX A R
fealoon has been entirely renovated and re-
c pentd by the undersigned.
A Fine Billiard Table
Has been added to the establishment, and
i'Ll'B KOOM fitted up with the Ttew to mum
odate visitors. We have purchased a nrst-class
WINES, UQUORS AND CIGARS,
And shall be happy to see and wait on ou
lrinds. GFS LEWIS,
J.tf JEROME THORINGTON.
xau at. Aias.
MAY GAIGE, Proprietors,
County Buildings, Carson City
THE ABOVE SALOON HAS BEEN
entirely refitted and opened under the pres
ent DroDrtetorahip in tirst-class style. The best
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Alwavg to be had at the Bar; and there are TWO
Fur the accommodation of customers.
MARK M. GAIGE,
1-tf A. MAY.
SOUTH C STREET VIRGINIA, NEVADA
Four doors south of Bank of California,
WINES, LIQUORS, CIQARS AND
V X. XIGIIT-OI
HOT LUNCH EVERY DAY from 11 1-S
a.m to it p. m.
1-tf C. H. DALEY, Proprietor.
XOETH C STREET VLBGDtlA CITY
TINKER . SHEPARD, PROPRIETORS.
THE CSDERSIGSED HAVING PTJR
chased the entire interest in the above
named Saloon, the business thereat will in the
future be carried on by thun under the firm
name of Tinker A Shepard.
W. W. TINKER,
W. F. SHEPARD.
Virginia, January 23, 1371. 1-tf
A. B. Drisbach, South Carson street.
Mason, Cheney k Co., Fenrod block, Carson
and Telegraph streets. .
B. F. Foster. King and Ormsby streets.
Jacob Tobriner, Carson and Musser streets.
T. Beer k Bro., Empire.
Eagle Market, Carson and Proctor streets Mat
City Meat Market, King street John P. Meder
Olcovich Bros.. Carson and Fourth streets.
Sheyer A Morris, Canon street, adjoining
wells, Fargo k Co.
Joe Rosenstork, Carson and Musser streets.
Kopple 4 Piatt, Carson and Third streets.
Geo. D. Freer. South Carson street.
J. K. Scott, Carson street, between King and
. Perasich, Carson street, next door to theater.
O. P. Willis, Canon and King streets.
C. F. Colton. Carson street, opposite the Cap
T. Beer k Co., Empire City.
Watches mmA Jewelry.
John G. Fox, Carson street, opposite the Cap
Chas. W. Friend, Carson street, between King
Rice k Peters, with Wells Fargo, Carson
Imperial Insurance Company, of London
Kin & Peters agents. Office with Wells, Fargo
Bank of California, C street, Virginia City.
Gift Concert, authorized by law, for the ben.
est of the State Insane Asylum. D. L. Blanch.
ard. Manager, Virginia City. John 1. Kersey,
J. M. Benton, Carson street, opposite Wells,
incidental Stable. Winnie k David. Carson and
Restaarants and Lodging.
Sazcrac Restaurant, corner Carson and Proctor
Ormsby House. Carson and Second streets
B. 11. Meder A Son proprietors.
St. Charles Hotel, corner Carson and Third
streets Geo. Tuny proprietor.
Warm Springs Hotel, on Empire turnpike, one
and one-half miles east of Carson L. Lacha-
Theater Saloon, Moore A Parker ; Carson Thea
Bank Exchange Saloon, Sweeney's building,
sung street It. K. Brown proprietor.
Old Sazerac Saloon, Carson street, next to
Ormsbv House Lewis k Thornton proprietors.
Magnolia Saloon, County Building, Carson
Street Gage A Mav proprietors.
J. A. St-ott. Carson Street.
Daley's Exchange, C. street, Virginia City C.
H. Daley proprietor.
Palace SahMw. orth C. street, u-ginia City
Tinier A Shepard proprietors.
Carson City and Virginia Ladd k Billings
omce in St. inarie Motel.
lienoa and Silver Monnntain-Lnther Olds
proprietor of at Wells, Fargo t Co. 's Agency.
4. u. Aereey agent.
TJD. Edwards office in Sweeney's building.
John G. Fox, Carson street.
Chas. W. Friend. Carson street.
Dr. L. A. Herrick. Homeopatuist. Office in
Virginia and Tmckee Bailroad Company. Of.
lice, north of the Mint, on Carson street.
Denis Peck, professional sick nurse.
Situation wanted. Apply at Mailer's Hotel.
JOHN C. FOX,
Carson Street, opposite the Capital,
BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE,
WATCHES and JEWELRY.
Fancy Good I2te.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS
a complete assortment of all kinds of no
tions, spohtdto afpajutds and shelf goods.
Eastern papers and Magazines received
daily. Agent for ail the weeklies and Dalies of I
the Paeinc Coast. 1-tf jvnx u. r (JA.
A CRAND BALL
WILL BE GIVEN HI
WASHOE TRIBE NO.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEX,
AT ARMORY HALL, WASHOE CITY,
On Tuesday Evening, Oct. 1st.
TICKETS (includidg Supper) FIVE DOLLARS.
A general invitation Is extended. s!4-td
1 .1 OII" !-i IJ THintl.A T T,
NORTH CARSON ST. (between PROCTOR
GEVTLESIEX'S SUITS MADE TO
order in the
LATEST STYLE AND MOST WORKMANLIKE
XOAT, PANTALOON AND VEST PATTERNS
of the choicest varieties constantly on hand.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
A. J. RALSTON, Cen'l Agent
rUHIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOS-
X iM of
COIX OR CtlRRENCY
Open Account or to Issue Certificates
Pavable (at the option of the holder) in Virginia
or San iraucisco.
EXCHANCE FOR SALE
Collections Made on All Points
7Bullion purchased at the most favorable I
irstocks. Bonds and Legal-Tender Notes
Bought and Sold.
Agency for the sale or viiu ksilvrr.
A. J. B ALSTON, Agent.
J. P. MARTIN. Cashier.
Virginia. Nev., January 1, 1H74. 1-tf
N AXD AFTER JANUARY 1, 1878,
LAND & MINING COMPANY,
(Xj T I I T E I.)
WILL PURCHASE SILVER ORES AT THE
FOLLOWING NET RATES:
'Z'c'x'xe'fS'lsls'S's's a m s m
I. . 1 . . . 1 ,
; z q o :
: 0 C Z C O
: a c a o s ;
: s cs p a i
C u u u :
i. i. . i i. a i i. i. i. z. i. & s. i. & i i i
b a a a c a a a a a a 3 a a a c o a a
: a g a a
i X . , t . . , .!
yXo charge for Milling, Sampling or Assav.
Assays guaranteed to correspond with IT. S. Mint.
Ore sacks returned to Shippers free of Railroad
chaws. Ores sampled uy Battery or Crusher,
at ine option oi snipper.
. f. usuiston. Manager.
Reno, January 1, 1M72. njl-tt
Fresh mill Pare as
Manufact'jred cver' day of the best
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONERS,
No, 107 Msntgnmrry Street,
' San Francisco.
THE ATTKVTIO.V OP THE TRADE
is called to our immense assortment of Can
dies and othtr goods suitable for the
And warranted to keep In all climates.
Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Orders
from the Interior promptly and carefully at-
KOdea to. seu-zni
State of Nevada
By authority of and under the
MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES
First Grand Gift Coneori
State of Nevada
STATE INSTITUTION " . INSANE
A miORIZED BY AW ACT OP THE
Legislature of the State of .Nevada, ap
proved narcn a, vni, to oe neia at
Virginia City, - - Nevada
OCTOBER 13, 187!!.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION
85 IN COIN.
In Gold Coin
Will be given to holders of Tickets at the Con
clusion of the Concert, as follows:
1 Grand Gold Coin Oiftsof t'JA.OUO each, JSn.OOU
3 Grand Gold Coin Gifts of flU.UMOeai'h, 30.000
3 Grand Gold Coin Giftsof flO.HOOeach, au.uuu
4 Gold Coin Gifts of 5.0tl each MM
10 Gold Coin Gifts of f'J.OUO each ai.imu
) Gold Coin Gifts of each !).
00 Gold Coin Gifts of . each 3n.il
100 Gold Coin Gifts of ('Jim each ao.iMI
mn Gold Coin Gifts of f loo each M.inO
SOU Gold Coin Gifts of tW each i,UUU
1000 Gifts, amounting to f'Jtss.uuu
ftTTickets are now for sale and can lie oh.
Uined of C. C. PENDERGAHT, at the ofn.-e of
Wells, Fargo k CO., and at the office of V. L.
BLANCHAKD, Manage r, at I. Waldateln A Co. 'a
Cigar Store, South c street.
WELLS, FARGO CO., Virgin In City,
D. L. BLANCH ARD,
J. D. KERSOY,
1-tf General Atrent, Carson.
CARSON CITT, NEVADA,
A VINO MADE EVERYTHING NEW
in the brick portion of the
We are prepared to off T the public superior so
oommodations both in the
Dining- and Meeulnir Apnrtments,
And will endeavor to make our guests comfort
able during the erection of the new bulldiug.
THE IAR OF THE ORMSBY
Will be attended to by GEO. L. GIBSON, whose
well known abiltty to run that institution needs
no comment. None but
First-class Liquors Dealt In.
1-tf B. H. MEDER k HON.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
CORNER OF CARSON AND THIRD STREETS,
CEORCE TUFLY. .. Proprietor
T7VERY PAINS WILL BE TAKEN TO
J sustain the n-putatnn of this old estnli
Iirhed public house and to rendi-r it worthy of a
continuance of the liberal patronage which it
has hitherto enjoyed.
THE L0DGINO DEPARTMENT, THE TABLE
AND THE HA It
Will be sustained in Brst-eliiss style. Rixcinl
exertions are msdc to give to the St. Charles the
character of a thoroughly desirable and commo
dious FAMILY HOTEL.
tr fair share of transient and resident pa-
tnmnge is solicited.
1-tf tKK(K II f bli iropnet,r.
WARttl SPRINGS HOTEL
(at the btatk rniHON)
L. LACHArELLE PnorniETon
Free Carriage from Carson
At 8, IS and 11 a.m., and 2 and 4 p.m.
BATHS, FIFTY CENTS EACH.
THE HOTEL WILK RE RUN AH A
tirst-class institution lu every particular,
and the PRICES will Ik- as low as the proprietor
can afford ss he docs not exiiect to make a for
tune the first year.
Will alwsvs be supplied with the purest and
best WINES, LIO.UORS AND CIGARS.
B7Invallris unnVrlne from rheumatic or serof.
nlons uffei'tions would do well to give the Warm
Springs a trial.
VIRCiliMA & TRLCKEX R. R.
J)AKHENGER TRAINN WILL LEAVE
DAXL7 AS FOLLOWS:
First Train aum.
Second Train 14 m.
Third Traill , Si3 huu
VIRGINIA CITY STATION
First Train ,.7i4 a. an.
Second Train lllt.1 a. ni.
Third Train UiJ p. an.
First Train 8 a. m.
Sei-ond Train...., , lit uu
Third Train , 4 than.
Virginia City and Carson
DAXLT AS follows:
A avna., ausn., 10 a.aa. Is) a., S BWSn.,
an, ana n as as.
TTims of transit two hours,
Virginia to Gold Hill Twentjr-Bre O nta
Virginia to Carson f'l ll
Carson to Gold Hill or Virginia f J 00
Through Tickets will be sold topayton la
Mound House, la ouunevUoa with Fvlautu
Johnson's Stagu Una.
Passrugis Tsslas aasss sloss eoonectk at
With stages to and from
Virginia City and Carson
Also, with the EAST and WRRT-BOI'ND Pas,
svugcr Trains of tlw Central Paclflc at KAKU,
n. M. TKRINGTOW.
CENTRAL PACIFIC R. H
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL
15, 1K7'J, Trains will learn Ueuu ss followsi
Overland Passenger Train fur Wads worth.
Winnemucca, Car Lin, Toano, Ogden and East,
HO A, M.
Overland Freight and AcromnuAMoa Train for
Ogden and East, UU A. M.
Overland Pasarna r Train for Msrrsvllle, Red.
ding (for Oregon), Sacramento, Lathnrp, Memil
(for Vuaeuiiti'l , Tipton (for Los Angelual, and
San Francisco, 1:10 A. M.
Overland Freight and Accommodation Train
for San Francisco, lliil A. M.
. N. TOWJJE, T. U. GOODMAN,
Ocnl. Bunt, G, P. and Tkt Atft,
CARSON CITY AND VIRGINIA CITY
Ladd & Billings, Proprietors
OM AND AFTER MARCH l. ltH,
the coinmiHlloua aud comfortable cvacbes
of this line will lcavo
CARSON at T MM) clock
(Every morning.) Returning, h ave
VIRGINIA CITY at 1 p,m.
Stages stop (going and coming) at
EMPIRE, SILVER CITY AND SOLO MILL
At the MOI ND HOI'SK will
stagi-s to and from Daaton.
GENOA AND SILVER MOUNTAIN
IITIIEB OI.IM KU l.E VK TO
A Inforiu tne traveling public that be Is now
runiiiug a line of '(N ulil ctiACHKH, earn-,
ing passengers, express aud I niu-d "UU inall,
GENOA via Sheridan, Preelertrkslmrn;,
WiMMlfor-n, aiarnieeviiie, nionnt
lliilllon anil Monitor to
7-Uavr Genoa rv. ry MONDAY. Wr.DNEft.
I.Y and FRIDAY. R turning. IV" Hiltie
Mountain every TCE8DAY, TUVIMDAY and
SATl lillAY. I-W
Uellanre Mlnlngr ComjiaB y Nollre.
The tirst annual mei'tliig of the stm'ahold'Tw of
the Dettanii Mining Company will lie to Id at
tlieotlice of the. HeiTetarv, In tlarson Oily, on
Monday the 14th dny of (Ktnlur, ISTJ, at 1
o'clock p. m. for the purpose of ehct1:ig Tru.
tei1. to serve the ensuing vear. Iivorihruf
the Trustees. ISAAC JdiCOSNl'.I.L.
Dipt IJ-lin. ocintar)'.
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