Vol. I. CAKSO CITY, IVEV., WEDNESDAY JIORXOG, OCT. , 1872. IV. 21.
THE JEW DAILY APPEAL,
A daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general
news, local affairs and tlie interests of its neigh
Issued every day (Sundays excepted.)
terms op subscription:
One copy, one year, by mail $12 00
One copy, six months, by mail nil
One 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 Cents per week, payable Weekly
to the carrier.
One square (10 lineup tirst insertion S3 00
Each tsubsequtnt insertion 1 0
Office On Second street, opposite the South
cun Front of the Capitol.
HENRY R. MIGKELS,
Proprietor and Editor.
HE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
WINE, SPIRITUOUS AND MALT LIQUORS
For sale at the above old established and favor
Drinka Vi l-i Cent per Glnfcs.
f , jj. Colonel Frank Hall, the well known
eptritual mediam. will be on hand to niiiust r
to the wants of the thirsttnn visitors to this sa
Joon. MOORE & PARKEU,
BANK EXCHANGE SALOON
Corner King and Ormsby Streets
HE BEST AU PUREST BRANDS
Wines, Brandies Whistle.,
and ether spiritbous liquors;
Ales, laager Beer, etc.,
Retailed at 12 cfists per class. A partimlar
feature of the Hall Kx hsnge is the Very supe
nor brand of HAVANA CltiAlisi, always kept on
Laud. nyCall ana nu .
l-tf li. U. BROWN, Proprietor.
OLD "SAZERAC SALOON
Carson City, Nevada
LEWIS & THORINGTQN, PROPRIETORS.
rflHhlS WEIX KOU X AXD POPTXA R
1 Saloon has been entirely renovated and rt
t-pned by the undt -ivimrd,
A Fine Billiard Table
IJis been added to the establishment, and a
CLl'B ItOOM fitted ap with the view to ae-om-4late
visitors. We have purchased a lirst-c-lass
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
And shall be happy to see and wait on our
friend. ors LEWIS.
1.U JfcliOiiE THORXNGTON.
Mi&I M . GAIOK.
MAY & GA.IGE, Proprietors,
County Buildings. Carson City
TUR ABOVE !A1AKN HAS BEE
entirely rent ted and opened under the pre
tiit proprietorship in tirst-class style. The best
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Alwsvs to be haJ at the Bar; and there are TWO
IJIIililARD T A. If I. i: -i
Fox the accommodation of customers.
MARK M. GAIGE,
l-tf A. MAY.
8S0TH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA
Four doors south of Bank of California.
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND
J-oi'i-rv Aiiii nioiith
HOT LCNCO EVERY DAY from 11 1-3
sum to H puna.
l-tf C. H. DALEY, Proprietor.
Of this new mining locality the Scholl
Creek Prospect furnishes the follnwiii;
On Monday lust we visited the flourish
ing camp ot reuania. 1 here are about
50 men at work on the mill, and as many
more on the mines. Tehama can boast
o nearly 200 inhabitants and about 20 or
30 houses, two hotels and a whisky-mill
The work on the mill is progn ssing fine-
Iv, it Ix-in" nearlv halt coiuidetiHl; Jim
White, one of the contractors, informed
ns that he thought he wonlJ have steam
lip in 3tl davs. Most of the lumber for
the buildim; is on hand; and the immense
battery blocks, which were brought Horn
the head of Duck creek, bv Jack Douglas
shows that the Schell Creek R ince is
not devoid of fine timber. A lare por
tion of the machinery arrived on the
ground on last Monday, consisting of
pans, settlers, etc., and the remainder
will be shipped in a few days from
Toano. A great many buildings are in
course of erection and Tehama will soon
be a formidable rival to Shelburn. We
visited the tunnel while there, nn account
of which will be found in our Mining Re
view. A new road is being built between
this place and Tehama, which will short
en the distance for teams at least four
miles and when completed will be a tine
The "Great Eist" seems to be alive
with new settlements, the development
of mines and the building of mills and
THE FAIR JTRV.
According to a dispatch in last cven
ng's Virginia Chronicle, the San Fran
cisco --i f J of yesterday moriiing states as
follows concerning the verdict of the jury
in the Fair case :
Three minutes after the jury had retirrd to
the room on hTiritiy, a ballot was taken, showing
ten for acouitul aud two for murder in the urst
decrte, the lut: r being Byintou and Mctiec.
No change took place until h o'clock on Sunday
evening, whtn liyiiiMton and McGee puecuiucd
and agreed to a verdict of acquittal. Word was
sent to J udge Keardou. but as all the counsel
could not be fonnd, the Jury wire kept for the
niht. Theoiilv rc&son asign d by a niajoruy
of the mrv from the erst was, that they had
doubt in tin ir minds, and would m-vcr conse nt
to render auv vt rdict but one of acquittal. Th
foreman, Bvingtoo., lit Id out the longest, and
discuss d the qmstic.ncf inaiiitv with his fc
lows, endeavoring to convince them that the de
fense had not by a prcpund ranee of evidence
stahlishcd their tlicory. He failed to m-ike an
impression on any of them, and having f-'itdi
for nearly sixty hours, came to the. touclaai
that the combined juJgment of ten ef his col
leagues might be superior to his. and that his
conclusion might possibly be wrong, lie deter
mined that if he erred he would do ho on th
suit of merey. He was the lirst to fci'n thevtr
dict of " Not guilty ," without taking the final
BANK OF CALIFORNIA
A. J. RALSTON, Can'l Agent
State of Nevada
By authority of and under the
MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES
First Grand Gift Concert
State ol Xcviida
STATE INSTITUTION k the INSANE
nHIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOS-
M its of
COIN OR CCHKEXCY
Open Accoant or to Issue Certlfirates
Payablo (at the option of the holder) in Virginia
or san Francisco.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE
AT IP YORK, SAX FRAXCISCO,
DC BUS, ETC.
VI THORIZF.I BY AN ACT OF TDK
Licel,,laluie of Uim Slatn of Nevada, ax-
proved March o, lhil, to Oe held at
Virginia City, - - Nevada
OCTOBER 13, lHli.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION
S5 IN COIN.
In Gold Coin
Will be piven to holders of Tickets at tho Con.
elusion ot the tionctrt. as follows
2 OraudGold Coin (iiitsof f'Jo.iliHl ejeh, f Vl.om)
'J (IraudUoldCoinliiflsof $1i.im) each, .i,iki
2 (irand Gold I'oiu (ilftsof $10,01iU eai'h.
4 (told Coin Oiftsof each 2HJKKI
10 Gold (in tiittsof 5J ,t Ml aacli vii.tHHI
'31 tiold Coin (iitts of $1.1100 each...
f'rfi tlold dim tiifts of ?"n) each iNi.cut
loe Gold Coin Gifts of tflO ea h VO.elMi
taiil (iold Coin Gifts of floOca. ll Wl.l lO
r,:x Gold Coin Gifts of SOU each M.IR 0
louO Gifts, amounting to f
ASSK(iErt THAIXM W1L1 LRAVK
Hi oud Train,.
Kouon Timls is Spkcckmost, Th
Shell Crock Pnmpectoi thL'2Sth inst. tells
of rouh doings in the new town of
We learn fr m pass'naer who arrival fnun
Spru- e iMnt un W,tnlHyV6tae, thar tJifrtnl.s
hud tiik.-n iHsst -s.sii.4i ot the town tuid IimI i-husi d
all the bu:mss mtii as wt-U as the s;iltxin ktp-
trsto rlost' tlii ir hHit: tkxt tht-y ft out on the
strxt-t aiid pruv laiuied thenisk lvts Eurt ka rmiuhs.
and auiust-d th nisei vte by slnK.tin j.istols,
drinking and lirtakintj bar fixturts, and evt-u
wtot solar as to threaten to burn tli' - town,
We underbtand that the citians of rtpnuvuiont
arc cr 'uniziun a vijiilanre coimni.it, and wo
suppurie t-re this that Home of their vile carcas
are i)tHi for the erows. it wuuld be a worthy
Ob.eet to irive some of that class of people the
end of a rtrpe, and we art.- tmre tht-y would gt-t the
end f our if they came htrv and undt rtook any-
thiufi of tlie kmtl. We have a fine lare Jilnrty
pole b-n, hixty or seventy foet hih: it would
not take long to set the guiils of such vile scrubs
free. Ve would be fight rs take warning.
S. LEM. LEE, M. D.v
JHYSK I AN AXD SURGEON Office,
at Colton's Drug Store, formerly Dr.
Munckton'e, Carson street, Carson City, Nevada,
W. B. WOOI.
WORTH C STREET, VIKGESIA CITY
TINKER a SHEPAR9, PROPRIETORS.
TDK lTXIERSTRNEO HAVI1VO Pt'R.
ebassd thn entiro interest in the above
named 8aloon, the business thereat will in the
future be carried on by thmn under the firm
name of Tinker Si Shepard.
W. VT. TINKER,
W. F. SaSPABO.'
Tirjtnla. Junury 33. 1871. l-tf
MESXK & wooo,
TTORXEYS AT IcVW Olllce, third
floor Williams & Douglass Building, C
street, Virginia, Nevada.
JEXTIST Olfice a few doors South
of the I). S. MIDI, LAtUSUJI M1UUVJL.
Collections Made on All Points
nTii kets are now for salo and can lieoli
tallied nf O. C. I'ENi KIt(l AST, at the oflii-e of
wells. Fure'o! CO., aud at the office of l. I.
11I.ANC11AUI). Manager, at J. Waldstcin & Co.'s
Cl'ar Stole, tionth C street.
tT7"Bullion purchased at the most favorable
er-stoclis, Itonds and Legal-Tender Notes
Bouidit and Sold.
ttVAfe'cucy for the sale of Quicksilver.
A. .1. RALSTON. Agent.
J. I'. MAHTIN, Cashier.
Virginia, Nev., January 1, 172. l-tf
WELLS, FARGO CO.. Virginia
J. I. KERSUY,
Gcknirul At-nt, i'lirson.
AXD AFTER J AXCARY 1,
LAKD & FINING COMPANY, n
JO. 1 3E3 JKr X Iff O-
CARSON CITY, NIVACA.
Pt lK'TTASE STLVKR ORFS AT
r'OLLuWNG Mil' UAiliS:
x x x x :
. . i i
AVIXO MAIJK KVKRVTIIIN'U NEW
in the brick portion ui the
We are prepared to tiff -r tho public f.uperir c-
commudutiuns botli in the .
Diiiin&r ami MeepIiiiJ Apartments
1 And will eiiili avor to make our nit sin cv-mtort-
able during the erection of the new building.
VIRGINIA CITY STATION
First Train 14H K.m.
Se-ond Train Ili4 m. m.
Tbu-d Train UilJ mm.
First Tmin 9 a. m
Set on d Train ......14 m
Third Train....... , 4 p im
Virginia City and Carson
PAILT AH FOLLOWS I
G m., 8 n. m. , II) a.m. 1H m., II B.M.,
4 p. ui. aud tt akiu.
"Time of transit two honrs.
Virginia to Gold Uill Twenty-five CcuU
Virginia to Carsiii fj 00
Carson to Gold Hill or Virginia f J 09
KThroutrh Tickets will be od to Dayton via
Mound lions", in comiuctloa with lolauin 4
Jolinsou'a Statp.- Line.
raaat URir Train makn cVmo cunuivtloo at
With Rtagca to and front
Virginia City and Carson
Also, with the KAST and WRsT-BOt-ND rt-
sender Trains of the Cculral l'acihc at Ut.NO,
II. 1W. YKRIVGTOX.
X X K ;
; t f 1 1- c . 1-
c- n o ft ?i n
t- C- 1- X X X 30
THE BAR OF THE CRVGBY
Will be atN nded to by (iVAK L. (ilHSOX, wb.
w. 11 known ability to run that institution tut Us
no comment. ouv but
Firt'lu LJ(ttorM Donlt In,
l-tf li. H. iKiti:u k sov.
z -2 59291-
a a a
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1 m K 1
Satisfaction Riven in all enses.
T. D. EDWARDS,
AXU t OL XSELOR-AT-
Office In Bwecry's Building, southeast cor
ntr of King and Ormshv street,
1-lf (.'ARSON CITY, NEVADA.
DR. L. A. HRRICt(,
-In the County Buildings, Carson
CARSON CITY, NEVADA.
Tendere his serricea to the citizens of Carson
and vicinity as a nurse for such gentlemen as
may require his services. Apply at th office of
toe Canon Arisav. l-tf
7No charge for Milling, Sampling or Assay.
Assays guaranteed to ci respond with I:. S. Mint.
Ore sacks returned to shippers free of Railroad
barges. Ores sampled by Battery or Crusher.
at the option of Khinp'r.
F. F. OSBISTON, Manager.
Reno. January 1, 1S7-2. siii-tf
Fresh and Pare as
Sparkling Dew !
Manufactured every d y of the best
CANTY at W AG , i: li,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONERS,
No. 107 Montgomery Street,
THE ATTEXTTOV OF THE TR1RE
is called to onr immense assortment of Can
dies and other goods suitable for tho
And warranted to keep in all climites.
Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Orders
from the interior f rumptly aud carefully at
tended to, . eU-2iu
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
CCKNEnOFCi:SCN AND THIRD tSTIUIIiTS,
GEORGE TUFLY Proprietor
I.IVEUY P IS U'lLl. ItK TAKEM TO
I i hUntain the reputation id' this oid eMub-
lirlied public house and to render il wiribv of u
I eiritiritt:tiiei of the liberal putrunas whu a it
has iiithi rto enjoyed.
1 THE LODGING HKPArTMKVT, TnE TA1H.E
AND THE JiAU
Will lc Kiistaineil in nrwt-ehiKH ptyle, Siieeinl
! exertions ure nmde to iive to the St. Charlt k the
i hameterol' a tborouubly desirable and comuio-
fair share of transient and ritddtnt pa-
I tn'iriue is solicited.
l-tf iKOKOE Tl KLY, lYprietir.
(AT TnK KTATK TKISON)
L. LACIIArELLE Pkopiuktoii
Free Carriage from Careon
At 8, 10 and 12 a.m., and 2 aud i p.m.
HATIIS, FIFTY CENTS EACH.
E HO'C'Kl. WII.K RE RI . AS A
lirst-cbiss institution in ev rv particular.
and tin? PRICKS will lw as low as tti.; propri. tor
cau atlonl as he dm-s not expect to mako a for
tune the first year.
Will always be supplied with the purest and
best 1.IIJLORS AND C'lUAI'.S.
"Invalids sufferfng from rheumatic ors- rof.
nlous alhtiona would Jo well tu give the Warm
Springs a liial,
I U 1 LACHAPr.I.I.K
CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R.
ON AMI AFTER MOX11W, APRIL
lit, lsTj. Trains will h ave It' no a tolluws:
Overland Passenger TraJu for Wailsworth,
Wiunemucca, Carliu, Toauo, Ocdcn aud Fast,
: A. M.
Ovc rland Freight and Aoronnalatlon Train for
Ogdi n anil East, lt:j.1 A. M.
Overland l'assengi r Train for Marysvlllc, Red.
ding (for Oregon), Sacramento, Lathnp, M.ivmI
(for Vosi iuili ), Tipton (for Loa Angdca) , and
San Francisco, 'i:li A. M.
Overland Freight and Accommodation Traill
for San Francisco, 13:1.1 A. M.
A. N. TOWNB, T. U. GOODMAN,
Utul. Stipt. O. r. and Tat Arft.
CAKSCN CITY AND VIRGINIA CITY
Ladd & B'.IIings, Proprietors
ON AXD APTEII MARCH IK, ISJ'l,
the coionioliouM aud coiulortabW ioM-iMs
id' this liuo will leavo
( ARSON at linn o'dork
(Kvcry inonilug.l Returning, leave
VIRUIM AI ITT at 4 p.m.
btagisstip (going and comtngi at
IK?K, SILVER CITY AND CCLD HILL
At the MOFND HOFKE
stnges to and from Dayton.
GENOA AND SILVER MOUNTAIN
Il'TIIER (1.IS ItEf.M l.EAVK TO
J inform the truveline jmblii-tlmt he in now
i ininlng a line of coNci illln'OAi lllX carry,
lug paMS nii' rs, ratns aud I nlUd "tales mail,
GENOA vlti Shrrldnn, Fmlprfrkshnrif,
aiooritr a, .iiu ik invlilr. mo.N(
liillitin mill Monitor tu
SILVER MOl NTAIN.
rT'Iiavcs Oernn every MONDAY. W KDNFa.
DAV slid FlilliAY. Retunilni!, Ieav Hilwr
Mennt:.iu eviry Tl'ESDAY. THT'liSDAY a.d
lleliaiire Mlnlnir ('nmnni-Notice,
The tir-t anunal iiiit'liiigtir the sPm i hi ldm ih
thI)minre Minion Company will bo le ld a(
the ofticu of tlH Becn.tiity, In Ci.r-on city, i
Monday tho 14th day of Octols r. 1k2. I
o'clock p. m. for the pnrposn of rlrctii.fi Trna.
tees, to irva the ensuing year. onkrwf
theTrastee. . ISAAC UcCONM'J.I.,
Bept VI lia. bocnury
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