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THE I DAILY APPEAL, Vol. I. CARSON CITY, WET., TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 1, No. SO. THE SEW DAILY APPEAL, A daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general nws. local affairs and the interests of its neigh borhood. Issued every day (Sundays excepted.) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, by mail $12 On One copy, six months, by mail 6 50 One copy, three mouths, oy mail. 4 ou Paymentson subscription invariably in adcamt. (There will be no deviation from this rule.) The Appeal will be delivered to the citizensof Carson t Fifty Cents per w:k, payable weekly to Uie carrier. ADVERTISING RATES: One square- (10 lines) tirst insertion $3 00 Lai:h subsequent insertion 1 M Office On Second street, opposite the South ern Front of the Capitol. HENRY R. MIGHELS, Proprietor and Editor. 8A LOOKS. THEATER SALOON. rpiIE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINE, SPIRITUOUS AND MALT LIQUORS AND IMPORTED CIGARS For sale at the above old established and favor tie resort. Drinks 14 1-i Cents per Glass. R. Colonel Frank Hall, the well known o-.iiritual medium, will be on hand to minister to the wants of the thirsting visitors to this sa- km. MUUU1. i-.ntir.n, ltf Proprietors. THE ACQUITTAL JF MRS. FAIR ! EXCITEMENT IN SAN FRANCISCO X From last evening's Virginia Chronicle we get the following important announce ment ; San Fbawisco, September 30. Contrary to all t-xptctatiou, the jury in the Fair case ren dered a verdict this morning. At o'clock tle Court mfjl, and the jury was called in. I'pon b:inr Kski d if they had made a verdict, the fore man answered. We have." It was then hanctd to the Clerk, and amid the stillness of the in'ite the verdict of " Not Guilty" was rtad. The ver dict was received with astonishment, but no Ritmp of approval or ''issent were manifest. The jury was polled t nd discharged, and irnmed- ati ky thereatterthe , r;oner w&sdischart'ed iroru am-st and left the Ccmrt-hm.se in company w.t.i n t counsel ana ineuus. Airs. air appeared to be greatly excited. Much indignation is u.an - festtd at the verdict, but a gnat portion of the people accept it a a finality. man Francisco, H -ptenaber 30 3p. m. Crowds surround the ttui.etin boards and discuss tl e Fair virdict. which is row the only excitii u topic. Opii ions as to the marit of the verdict ai e divided, but cMrtis is greatly praised for his management of the case. It Ihsiuu rumored that one of the Crittendens had threatened to shoot Mrs. Fair if she was ac quitted, it was thought best for her to retire her old quarters in the jail for a time. Nothintr can oe learnea 01 ner mtenaea movements. BANKERS. GIFT CONCERT. TKAVKLINfl, THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA AGENCY, AT VIRGINIA, NEVADA A. J. RALSTON. Cen'l Agent AUTHORIZED BY THE State of Nevada By authority of and under the MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES First Grand Gift Concert OF THE State of Nevada FOUNDING A VlIMiUIA & TRITKEE R. R. CARSON DIVISION 4NKKUKtt TRUNK Wll.l. LKAVR Oarson O 1 1 v DAILY AM FOLLOWS: Flint Train a a-as. Hocouil Traill 14 m. Third Tram Utl5 u.111. WILL LKAVB STATE INSTITUTION roBTHK INSANE VIRCINIA CITY STATION BANK EXCHANGE SALOON 8vKr'( Building, Corner King and Ormsby Streets mHK BEST AND PUREST BRANDS 1 of Winn, Brandies, WbUaJes, And other spiritbous liquors; Ales, laager Beer, etc, totalled at 12 cents per glass. A particular feature of the Bank En hanc is the very supe rior hrand of HAVANA CIGARS, always kept on band. yCall and see me. ut B. ft. BROWS, Proprietor. OLD "SAZERAC" SALOON Canon Street, Carson City, Nevada UWiS & THORINGTON, PROPRIETORS. riHIS WKI.I. KNOWN AND POPIX.1B m tialocn has been cntm ly renovated and re opened by the undersigned. A Fine Billiard Table Has been added to the establishment, and a i.Vlt UOOU nttf d up with the view to accom odate visitors. We have purchased a first-lass aMtortment of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Ami fdiall b. happy to Bee and wait on our lnend. l"S LEWIS. Itf JEitOME THORINGTON. Communication.) RRP1W TO "SO VEGETABLE DIET FOR THEM." MASJt U. GAIGC. Magnolia Saloon MAY & CAIGE, Proprietors, County Buildings, Carson City rUHE ABOVE SALOON HAS BEEN I eutirelv r fitted and opened antler the pres- tsut proprietorship in hret-class style. The best frauds of WINES, LIQUORS AND CISARS Alwavs to be had at the Bar; and there are TWO Flluir-CLAda UlttIABD TA-HXES For the accommodation of customers. UABK II. UAJGE, 1-tf A. MAY. DALEY'S EXCHANGE, SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA Four doors south of Bank of California. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND BILLIARDS. e-opirx V I . I j NIGIITTJ HOT LUNCH EVERY DAY from 11 1-4 aunt to p- 11a. 1-tf C. H. DALEY, Proprietor. PALACE SALOON, KOr.TU C 8TBEET YIBGIN1A CITY TINKER SHEPAR9, PROPRIETORS. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR. chased the entire interest in the above ntioed Haloon, the business thereat will in the future be carried on by them under tim Arm mum: of Tinker A Shepard. W. W. TINKER, W. F. gHTASO. Virginia, January 23, 1371. 1-tf Belmont, Sept. 26, 1872. Editok Daily Appeal: Iu your issue of September 17 appears an article under the caption of " No Vegetable Diet for Tlieru," in regard to the Nye County Democratic Convention. As it has mis represented that convention, as well as individual members of it, it is eminently proper that it should be replied to through your columns. The convention was held on the 12th and the ticket was nominated as reported to you by a prominent gentle man from Bemont. Your informant has either wilti lly misrf presented or has displayed unpar onable ignorance upon a subject that he atuiiipts 10 rtport when he gave you the information embodied in your article, and especially the following extract: ' Mullen was President of the conven tion and when about half through with its labors, became disgusted with the tricks played upon Stowe, Brophy and himself made them a scathing, bitter speech of denunciation; accusing them of fraud. treachery and subordination for coin; withdrew from the convention; bid its members and the party a political fare well and said he and his fliends had cr.t loose from the rotten old carcase of the Greelev Democracy, and should vote for Grant and Wilson." The above extract is untrue throughout. and no incident connected with the con vention could have been so construed by any one in attendance. Messrs. Stowe and Brophy were candidates for Recorder and County Clerk respectively, and were defeated. The author of this letter was placed in nomination for Sheriff but re spectfully declined, and in a short ad dress favored the nomination of Mr. Cald well and moved that he be nominated by acclamniation, which was done. The convention passed off quietly and orderly, nnd at its close the defeated as pirants ratified the nominations and the whole proceedings of the convention by congratulations to the successful ones and by building bonfires in the public streets. The disaffection in the Democratic ranks that your correspondent, a promi nent gentleman of HelmotU, magnifies into so great a mountain, will have brought fourth but a ridiculous mouse as he will see wnen tne solid Democratic vote of this country is cast for their ticket, their party and their principles. In conclu sion, permit me to say in behalf of myself and mends, who the ren prominent gen tleman from Belmont has informed you have bid farewell, politically, to the Dem ocracy, that our hearty support and earn est endeavors will be given to the further ance of the cause of Democracy in all of its parts; that our votes in next Novem ber will be cast for Greeley and Brown, and for the whole Democratic ticket, both of county and State. Respectfully yours, lioBERT Mullen. rpHIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOH- JL 118 ox COIX OR CTJHItlJJf C Y umu on Open Accoant or to Iosae Certificate. TotRnr A1THORIZED BY AX ACT OP THE Leclature of the State of Nevada, ap proved March J, 1H71, to uc held at Virginia City. - - Nevada OCTOBER 13, 1HH, TICKETS OF ADMISSION 85 IN COIN. AH FOLLOWS ; r'lnrt Trnln ti4.1 a.m. Kcotid Train II a.m. Third Tram ,4t tt.au WILL LKAVR GOL SZIiZj as mi.Lows: First Train a a.m. Hei'ond Train.., , , 14 m. Third Train p. an. Payable (at the option of the holder) in Virginia or an f Tancisco. EXCHANGE FOR SALE XEW YORK. SAS FKAXC1SC0, BOS rO.V, SACRAMKSTO, Lonnox, Paris, ItVBUX, Etc. 2265,000 In O-olca. Oolu Will be given to bolder of Tickets at tho Con clusion of the Ooneert, aa followa: a Oraud Gold Coin Of flu of JW.KKI each, fVl.lloii 2 Grand (ioldCoiuCiirts of tl.l.iuM ea-h, .! 2 (trand Gold Coin Uifta of 10.(mu each. i.ooo 4 Child Coin Gifts of 5,nim each -jiumi 111 Gold Coin Gifta of tl.im each 2)1 Gold Coin Gifta of fl. each 2l,tili) ) Gold Coin Gifts of f .mi earh sumo 100 Gold Coin Gifta of (am each 20.11110 300 Gold Coin Gifts of $100 each Wl.ll 0 Sou Gold Coin Gifts of $30 each SS.miO 1000 Gifts, amounting to Collections Made on All Points 7Bnllion purchased at the moat favorable rates. aStorkn. Bonds and Legal-Tender Notes BotiKht anil Sold. aAb-ency for the sale of Quicksilver. A. J. RALSTON, Agent. J. P. MARTIN, Cashier. Virginia, Ncv., January 1, 1H72. 1-tf 7"Tieaets are now for sale and ran be ob tained of C. C. PENDEKGAVr, at the oflli-e of Wells, Fargo k CO.. and at the offuw of II. L. DLAXCHAKD, Manager, at J. Waldstcin a Co.'s Cigar Store, South C struct. WELL, FARGO CO., Virginia City, THEASrBEKS. D. 1. BLANCH ARD, General Manager J. D. KKRNGV, 1-tf General Aarttnt, Carson. WILL LKAVR Virginia City and Carson DALLT AM PTILLOWS: 0 suaa,, a.m., 10 a.m, 14 m., 9 a,m.. p. in. ana p-m. trTime of transit two bourn. I'abk: Virginia to Gold Hill T wrnty-Bvc fVnta Virginia to Carson..., 12 00 Carson to Gold Hill or Virginia f'J 00 .Through Tti krUi will he aold toPaytoa via Mmuid House, in connection with Folsoiu 4 Johnson's stage Line, Hono ODl-vlsloxa. - I'aefuttfur Itaina make ckwe couiutII. at Steamboat Springs With titaitea to and front Virginia City and Carson HOTELS. Also, with the EAST and WEST IHrNt I'aa- scnger Trains of tua (Vmml lvine at KKNG. 1-tf H. M. YRRINUTOX. AUBURN MILLS f AND AFTER JAXI ARY L, THE NEVADA LAND & MINING COMPANY, H (LIMIT 12 !,) Ormsby House CARSON CITY, NEVADA. CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R. TOX PlTt CHASE flLVER ORES AT THE FOLLOWING NET KATES: RACES! RACES! OVER THE CARSON RACE TRACK. ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER S, 1873. CREAT MATCH FOR 8500 THOS. H. I) EVALLnamess.il. "Kent,' by "Nor folk; dam. by Vulcan." JACK CONXERY names .n. "Bundle ahi Oo," by "Norfolk;" dam,"DucheRs' by "Bulwer." IliStXXXXXECXXXXXXXCXXOD OCOOOOCCOOOwOOOOOCo'3 bhhhkhUbbS.a.lW.t.t.l.l.n.h h. a i. i. i . 5. a. S. . 5. & & 5. i 2. S. S. & cs riic JtCfi-f i-iin xt SSSgSSSSSgiSiSSf S8S3 a n c a a a c c c s s c c c b a o c a hkbhtiMLLhtisti(liltLMt c tx 5c : : a a a : . . . X . , ,S., AVIXG MADE KVKRYTHLXG NEW in the brick portion of the ORMSBY HOUSE, We are fm purf d to oftVr the imhlic auneriorax?. conuiKHiations ttotb in the Dlnlnjraad Slwplng ApMrtnaenta, : And will emlt avnr to mako our ffiita comfort able during the erection of the new building. 0S0000SC0500CSOC0000 szescssa; sassspscsa 3:53i3ooeo lSo charge for Milling, Sampling or Assay. Assays miarantivd to corrrspiimt with V. 8. Mint. Ore sacks tvturni-d to Shipi'rs free of B&ilroail cnarges. urea sampled by Battery or Crusher, at tne option oi Miippcr. F. V. OSIilSTON, Manager.' Reno, Jannary 1, 1N7'2. s27-tf SECOND RACE. PURSE, tOO.,.. MILE AND REPEAT. FREE FOR ALL TROTTING HORSES. Nearest to Four Minutes. Five dollars entrance. W Entrance to close with the Proprietor on the day of the Race. Races commence at 2 r. v. Admission to the track Fifty Cents S30 t4 1. R. COWING, Proprietor. (Virginia Chronicle copy. CANDIES! CANDIES! Frrala and Pre mm Sparkling Dew! Manufactured every day of the beat a matt-rials by CAJfTY fc WAflJtEn, WHOLESALE aS'D RETAIL CONFECTIONERS, No, tOT Montgomery Street, Nan Francisco. THE IAN OF THE ORMSBT Will be attended tu by K. L. IHBSON, whe well known atiility to run that iualitutiou needs no comment. Nonw but Flrat-claM Liquors Dealt In. 1-tf B. H. IE! EK SOX. ST. CHARLES HOTEL. CORNER OF CARSON ANDTUI1U) 8TRECTS, CARSON CITY. CEORCE TUFLY, .. Proprietor INVERT P.4I!4 WILL BK TAKKN TO !j sustain the reputation of this old estab. lirhed public houm anil to ivmli-r it wurrfiy of a continuance of the liberal patronage which tt has hitherto njoyed. THE LODOlNtJ DEPARTMKNT. TIIE TABLE AM) THE 1IAK Will be siiitnlned In (inrtj-lans style. Stieclal exertions are iiinle to give to the St. ( hariis the ! character of a tuonmijlily dcsirsble and conimo. dious FAMII.V HOTEI.. yA fair share of transleiit and Rvidrnt pa. tronsge is soliciti'd. 1-tf tiEOllOE TI FLY. Pn'prietcr. WARM SPRINGS HOTEL (AT TBS STATE I'KIHON) L. LACnAPELLE. rnm-BiiCTOB Free Carriage from Carson At H, 1 and 12 a.m.. and 2 and 4 p.m. BATHS, FIFTY CENTS EACII. ON AND AFTER MOMMY, APRII, l. Wl, Trains will leave id nn as fullousi Ovcrlsnd Passingi r Train lr Wadawnnh, Winnemncca, Carlin, Toauo, Ogden and East, IMA, M, Overland Freight and Accomodation Train f r Ogden and jmt, 5:'2il A. M. Overland Passeugi r Train for Marysllli, Ikd- ding (for Oregon), Hai'miiMHto, Lathmp, Merced (for Yoafmitr), Tipton (for Lo Angeha), and Han Fmnciwo, J:10 A. M. Overland Freight and Acromniodatlna Traia fur Han Francisco, l'J:l A. M. A. N. TOWNF, T. H. OOODMAN. Oeul. HiiH. Q. P. and Tkt Agt. lf CARSON CITY AND VI MINI A CITY Slair Iiink. Ladd & Billings, Proprietors ON AND AFTER MARCH IN, t1 the aiiinmiidliiiia and voiuinrtaLle coa. la ol this lino will h ave C ARSON I Every morning.) YIRUl.XI. CITY at H nm. Htagi stop (going and ouming) at ....at TittO aVInrk Returning. h are EMPIRE, SILVER CITY AND COLD MIL At the MOt'NTt HOrsR ststis to and fmm laton. Will ronutcl wtfk itr CENOA AND SILVER MOUNTAIN Sfsiiro iin. niHE HOTCL WILK I timt-clam institiithm In THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE is called to our immense assortment of Can dies and other goods suitable for the HOLIDAYS, And warranted to keep in all climate. Prices LOW and TERMS L1HKRAL. Orders from the Interior promptly and carefully at. wnaeq . a-14-2in BR Rl'N AS A every liarticnJar, and the Plih'ES will be as low as the timprietor can afford as he dues not expect to uiakc a for. tune the first year. TII12 HAT Will alwavs he suiiplii'd with the purest and bit WINES, LIQUORS AND CIUARH. Invalid Buffering from rheumatlr or acrof- nlcn. rffc t:on would do well to gin th. Warm Spring, a triaL i-u l. uunarxuf, IITHF.R OI.IX ItKIJH I.KAYn TO A intnnu the tmvellnjl liiiiille thst he ts now running a line of '(.coltl rOAl'IOK, rarry. ins passengers, iipr!! ami IniliU "lalea mail, I rum UKXO via Nherldan, Fredrrlrkatnarir. WmMtfor's. Marklevvllln, Mvaint Halllon anil Mnllr la NIL V ten MOIM'AIM. tru-txr Oemia eyrry MONDAY. WFPNra PA V nnd FKIDAV. Ketnrnlnir, lesyea Hihee Mountain every Tl'KHItAY. THI'HSUAV slid SATI'KDAV. I tt I e flan re Mlnlna; faatsaay-!. Thnnmt snnnnl lun'lltigiif the stia kholait .f the Iti'ftsncn Mining Company will la- huld at the ofAm of tho Wretatv. la Carson City, an Mrmlry the 14th day of Oet.ib.-r, IS71, ai I o'clock r. M. for the p'tH'"' rheting Tni tees, to serve to t iisnlng var. Hy nrdnr of thrTntstm. ISAAC MvC0KNKUH fciptJilra. kVefHUry.