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THE IEW DAILY APPEAL
CAUSOI, CITY, WET., THURSDAY MOBK1KQ, . OCT. 17, IH72. Vol. I. THE SEW DAILY 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. l- One copy. six mouths, by mail. . no One copy, three months, by mail 4 00 Payments on subscription invariably itt advanct. (There will be no deviation from this rule.) The Appeal will be delivered to the citizens of Oarson at Fifty Cents per week, payable weekly to the carrier. ADVERTISING BATES: One square (10 lines) first insertion $3 00 Kaoh subsequent insertion 1 " Oftice On Second street, opposite the South ern Front of the Capitol. HENRY K. MIGHELS. Proprietor and Editor. SALOONS. THEATER SALOON. rpHE CHOICEST BRANDS OP WINE, SPIRmiOBS AND WAIT IIQBORS AND IMPORTED CIGARS Pot sale at the above old established and favor ite resort. Drinks 1 i 1-9 Cent per Class. S B Colono. Fban Hall, the well known spiritual medium, will be on hand to minister tothe wants of the thirsting visitors to this sa ieriD MOOKE A PARHtli. Proprietors. BANK EXCHANGE SALOON gwnny'i Bnlldlnff, Corner King and Ormsby Streets THE BEST AND PCREST BRANDS oti Wines, Hvandiea, Whiskies, And other spiritbous lienors; Ales, Lajfer Beer, etc.. Retailed at l'i cmrrs per glass. A particular feature of the Bank F.irbanp- is the wry T" nor brand of HAVANA CltiARS, always kept on baud. tsVCall and see me. l.it B. K. BROWN, Proprietor. OLD "SAZERAC" SALOON Street, Carson City Nevada LEWIS A TH0RIN6T0N, PROPRIETORS. mHIS WE1X KNOWN AND POPC1.A R X Saloon has been entirely renovated and re, i.pened by the underwirned. A Fine Billiard Table Has been added to the establishment, and a CLUB ROOM fitted up with the view accom odate visitors. We have purchased a first-class assortment of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, And shall b. happy to see and wait on our '? SSoME THORIN-OTON. MAKX h. gaiob Magnolia Saloon MAY i GAIGE, Proprietors, County Buildings-- -Carson City Tart ABOVE SIMHN HAS BEEN entirely refitted and opened under Hie pres ent proprietorship in nret-class style. The best brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIBARS Always to be had at the Bar; and there are TWO rTKST-CLASS IULLIAIlb TABLEH For the accommodation of customers. HARK M. GAIOE, DALEY'S EXCHANGE, SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA Four doors sooth of Bank of California. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND BILLIARDS. wote:n- all NiciiT-a HOT lVCN'CII EVERY DAY from 11 1-SJ aum to is p.m j.tf C, H. DALEY, Proprietor. PALACE SALOON, WORTH C BTREET VIRGINIA CITY TINKER SHEMRD, PROPRIETORS. rfTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PTR- I chased the entire. Interest in the above named Saloon, the business thereat will in the future be carried on by them under the firm naxae of Ttnker fc Shepard. W. W. Tl.NKKK. W. ?. 8HEPARD. TwmU;JWMT .!" - f r niVKITRS. I UltT UU(.IIT, 1 Ulil.t-i.i.iv. THE GREAT RACE. We received the following special telegrams this afurnoon from Sacr.iujt uto lvlative to the great race between Goldsmith Maid and Occi dent: , 3 J5 p. if . Judges of race, C. F. Reed. R. F. Morrow and Edgir Mills. Have had three starts, but no go. Occident Cr.-w the pole. 3:. p. at. "The jn lgts fined Eoff $0 for not trotting up for the start, and as he did not then start into a trot, they tinrd him i M njers. Have had six starts, but no txo y t. 31 P. M. Nine starts. No go yet. 3:4-5 p. m. The Maid won the urst heat by a length. Time, first qinrti r, 33 half, 1K)T!; mile. 20 tfoi Hill Neies. Telegrams received here give the sec ond and third hents to the M lid. Time, 2:20;; aud 2:22 J.,. This settles the mat ter so far as the Maid aud Occident ur-' concerned. Muliy "the Wonder" can do better with" Lucy." SENATOR BOB MCLLEN AND HIS GRIEVANCES. The following communication explains itsslf and its purposes with ample clear ness: Belmont, Oc tober 11, 1872. Hairy Highelc. Doar Sir; As there has been some comment made upon an article which appeared in your paper a short time since regarding the Democrat ic convention of this county and the Hon. Hubert Mullen's" action therein, and I am involuntarily placed before the public in an nnenviaole lijjht in connec tion with the same, 1 hope you will ullow me tup privilege of an explanation through your columns. - .. . . . , T 1 Hob Mullen, a seti-conceiieu iriuwim i ..,,,,. xf l,if mn-Tnill in this UUU pujun wi v - t, place, having served a terra as Senator f.om this county in tne iiejsuiiure oi Nevada, in which body he was a laughing stock for all on account of his pomposity, imining that the article in your paper had created terrible excitement among the piople, and that the Democracy were ....:,,.,.. Kr..,tl,lt.ttt .vT-,eet:Ltinn for him n .li i-i u i ii mi ... .i-1 - j to deny it, denounces me in the chaste vernacular of his class uirougn me col umns of the Reese Kiver lieveilie as an tt:i.mi.,nI. li'rt-r " -ni1 nnthnr rf the ftrti- lUlilUluua i I'll , ...... - - cle in question. The truth is, that I was as much surprised as the " Hon. Legisla tor" at reading the article as it appeared r . . - . , . 1 tli.. 4,,..ta in 1 1 1 .1 eaav 111 UU1 1 "in 1 11 -I' - , so far as I am concerned, are just these: This high-toned proprietor of a cheap ...u. .-olnrtT, fi rmn.iiliitl for the V 11 n.n v 1 11 " -- - -- Democratic nomination for sheriff of this county, but the 'untemned oi tnis coun ty not having that all abiding faith in his "powerful influence" that he did him self, defeated him at the primaries and a .1 w. .ptrtkii ar.tluiritin fur noxiiiiiaieu wwm utiiuwu!.- thrtt position, who could hring a great ileal more sirfuyiu i. t -n-rittn.r a nriii-p letter to a friend in Cai-Hon City, without any thought of its being pubiislieti, l gave. iuc ui rn, ur;4ti .inmin.A- find illso of Beveral that had been defeated, reniark- ini; in connection therewith tnat tnis un fortunate candidate for the Sheriffalty and others of the Democracy were sore i,i,..liul For tViis assertion, which every honest man in Nye county will substan tiate, 1 am puDiisuea as uu wmiuuuj I;..." t. 4t,iu r.l Afiillpn after he had left this place for the State of Maine, where he lutenas remanuug. ajwaer innr Muni.- fraud bv the name of AV. X. (iiauger, over anxious to see his mime in print, and not Detng oi sumcieui iuiur t.nwwi t,-, oi.t it tliire iivcf it in a noid ad vertisement, publishes his affidavit in re ference to me same ariicie. ah cuiMjm sion, permit me to say, that I am well satisfied that my j-omiiienc as a citizen f Tti.i,t ia nut of such as these silly fools, Bob Mullen and W. N. Granger; anil iilso to usk you lor a puunc expuuia tinn tn tliH anthoi-shin of the article as it appeared in your p:iper. Yours very respeiatuliy. john ai. HriEnii.i. THE CHEAT OMAHA GIFT ENTERPRISE! SI07.800 IN PRIZES! Whole TicUeta .. naif Tickets Quarter Ticket . .$10 OO ....5 00 ....a SO The Drawing will positively take place WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER O, 1ST. WITHOCT FAIL. Tickets for sale by 0Fvr At John O. Fort Jewelry Store, Carson City, Nev. olMd EQUALIZATION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I have this day received from the Assesso of Ormsby County the Assessment Roll for 1872, and that the Board of County Commissioners will meet at my office in the County Buildings, on Monday the lh day of September, 18T2, as a Board of Equalization, and continue in session from time to time as required by law, until the busineW of equalisation is disposed of. T.J. KDwanr, - i mw A rlfe at mmiA Hears! . : urav ' THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA AGENCY, AT VIRGINIA, NEVADA A.J.RALSTON.Cen'l Agent THIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOS its of coin ort ccnnEXCY Open Account or to Issue Certificate Therefor Payable (at the option of the holder) in Virginia or ban Fraucisco. EXCHANGE FOR SALE a r roRK, sj.v fraxcisco. BOSTOy, SACRAMEMV, L0ND0X, PARIS, dvdus, ere. Collections Made on All Points -Bullion purchased at the most favorable rats. sVSUxks, Bonds and Le$al-Tcuder Notes Bonqht and Sold. W Agency for the sale of Quicksilver. A. J. RALSTON, Agent. 1. P. MAUTIN, Cashier. Virginia, Nev., January 1, 1872. 1-tf AUBURN MILLS f-N AND AFTER JANUARY 1, W, THE NEVADA LAND & MINING COMPANY. (Ij I M I T 13 T,) WILL FTOCHASE SILVER ORES AT THE FOLLOWING SET BATES: o o v e c a m x tt a e a e c m I r' " . i c 5 5 c- ss 63 i s t s sss s aa J ccscclccScrcs: soissc c c cn'Sa ?'?'S tSscs&eesossssutmoSw i J O '3 ' t- t- t- t s. E S 2 :S k i a i 1 8 g f J J J J JJ J J S J JIf J S JJ J t. y u u u u . t. u i. u s.i.a6.5...e.f.ac.s..S.i.6i-S.o. E S 3 .3 5 5 S S .5 " - IIIIIIIIIlHilli B5 X fl i. a CO oanta:s.-JJSJ; o:;o:oosooocoscc.o c a 5TNo charge for Millinu. Samplinu or Asy. Assavs (rnaraut"fu to cerresiwnd with I'.S. Mint. Ore "sacks returned tn Hhipp- r free of Railroad ehaises. Ores sampled by Battery or Crttoher, at the ootion of Shipper. F. F. OSBISTON, Manacer. Reno, January 1. 1872. '7-tf CANDIES! CANDIES! Fresh and Pure h Sparkling Dew! Manufactured trtry day of the best materials bf CANTY WAOJfEn, WHOLESALE AND BETAII.CONFECTIONEH8, No. 107 Montffomery Street, Haa Francisco. THE ATTEXTION OP THE TBAIE is called toowr immn' ansortnient of Can. dies and other goods suitable for tho HOLIDAYS, And warranted to keep In all climates. Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Orders from tho interior promptly sad can fully a- AUTHORIZED BY THE State of Nevada By authority of and undir the MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES First Grand Gift Concert OF THB State ol Nevada FOUNDING A STATE INSTITUTION E INSANE AI'THURIZEO BY AS! ACT OF TIIE Lexilatuie of the State of Nevada, ap proved March 3, 1871, to be held at Virginia City, - Nevada OCTOBER 13, 11. TICKETS OF ADMISSION 85 IN COIN. 8265,000 In oold Coin Will be Riven to holders of Tickets at the Con cTusii'n of thr Concert, as follows: 2 Gland Oold CoillDlftsof t2..llfich.$.',0() 2 (iMlidOoldtViiiitiiftsof t;..liOra ll, :i.cpiI 2 GraiidiioldOiiiiOiltHof lo.oou each, 4 Hold Ooiu lilfts ot f.'i.tltal each 2ll.lll 10 Oold Coin liit'ts of 2.t nil sii.ium 20 (iold Coiu OlftH of fl.lHIO.acb 2II.IHKI ft) Oold Coin Olfts of ?vl each Wi.(kh) 1i) (Md Coin OlftK of Jam earn 20.WNI ;kk) tidl Coin Oifts of 1(XI each iio.oi 0 .old Coin Oifts of tM utt h 25,ikki lmiO Gifts, amcunting to . . . tM.OW) y"Tirkets are now fur sale ami can be ob tained of C. O. 1'ESHKRUAST, at the offi.-e of Wells. Fargo CO., aud at the ofltce of D. L. BLAXCUAltn. Malian, r. at J. Waldstcin at Ou. s Cigar Store, South C stmt. WELLH, FAHOO & CO., Virginia City, TREASt'BERS. D. L BLANC H ARD, General Manafrrr. J. IV IfKHMfiY. l.tf General Aiirnt, t arson. HOTELS. IlE-OPENING or THE Ormsby House CARSON CITY, NEVADA. H A VINO .MADE EVKRYTHIXG NEW in tne dhli iKinum oi iuu ORMSBY HOUSE, We are prepared to off r the public superior me commodatious both in tho DinlnTMnd Nlm-plnir Apartments, And will endeavor to make our (nicsla comfort able during the erection of the new buildim;. THE BAR OF THE ORMSBY Will be. attended to by GEl. L. OIHHON, whose well known ability U run that iuslitutlou needs no comment. Non but First-clam Liquors Deult In. 1-tf B. II . MEDEIt k SON. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, CORNER OF CARSON AND THIRD STREETS, CARSON CITY. CEORCE TUFLY, Proprietor Fl VERY PAINS WU.I. BE TAKEN TO 'J sustain the reputation of this old estab lirhed public house and to render It worthy id a conttnunnce of the liberal patnmaRe which it has hitherto enjoyed. THE LOPOINU DKl'AKTMPNT, THE TABLE AND TilK MAIt Will be snstatne.1 tn (Ind-cHas style. Special eiertlons are made, to (tive to the t. Charlts tlie character of a ihorouuhly d.lrable and ci'imiiih dlous FAMILY IIOTKL. HIT A fair share of traiiaout and nildent pa trouaite is solicttfil. j.tf OKOR0K Tl'FI.Y, Proprietor. Cit 3Icat illarlii t King Street, CARSON in, NEVADA T HE CHOICEST CUTS OF FRESH Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, etc., Canalwnvsrie hfid at this market; also, RCTK KJOR CORN Ell BEKF for family use. By careful attention to business aud promt delivery of all orders, when desired, the under signed, proprktor of the City Meat Market, ii-ipes to merit a ahare of patronauc 1-tf JOHN F.MFJER. EACLE MILL. I AM NOW RE4DY TO DO CI'STOKI Work. OrindiiiK Feed or Baric. t my new Mill on Carson street. Just north of Davis a Co. a Planing Mill. A liberal shara of patronage is soliettod, Md estirs satisfaction guaranteed. o3-u r. w, fTtaa. ntGmuntCKEELL ON AND AFTER TtLSOAY, OCTO b. r 1, 1N72. THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS for RENO, connetilng with Easbrn and Western bound l'ansengrr Tralna of the fl. P. R. It. WILL LEAVE Virginia City Station ...at DiflO p.ra. (Iold Hill at Oll'l p-aa. Munnd House) at OilT p.na, Carson City at 10t p.na. Franktown at litis P-"- Waikw t ity at II, UN n.na. Steam boat at 11 lit p.. Arriving at Rrns at 1443 a. as. WILL LEAVE Reno t SinO a.av Steamboat at a. sa. Washoe City at lliU a.na. Franktown at tillt a.na. Canon City at 4iIO a.Ma, Mound House at 5 Kl.1 a. na. Uold Hill at a-na. ArriTlnirat Virginia C'y.at lilJ.sa, LOCAL PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE xriYBlxxla. City FOR CARSON CITY, At ti3 and ltrM a.m. and tS n.na. LEAVE O a r s o xx City FOR VIRCINIA CITY At a.m. V na. and i4S n.na. FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION TRAINS Leave Vlrninta City for Reno at 7:15 a.m. and 1;S0 p.m. Will leave Rime for Vliylnta City at 7 a.m. and 1 JU p.m. FREIGHT TRAINS Leave Virniuia City aad Carson DAILY at an. t a.m. 10 a.m. Vi m. 1 p.m. I p.m. and p.m. At Virginia CHy O. U Rill and Oeaon Oflicra Thmnuh Tickets can lie obtained to Man Fraw Is co, Ogdea and iutermcdiatrpo ulson thcC.r.it.H. H. M. YKRI.VOTOX, ,lfi.td Ocmral Wiirlni''iidfnt. CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIt, .r, Trains will leave Reno aa lollnwa: Overland PaatcURif Train for Wansnorlh, Winnemucca, Crlin, Toano, Og.Un aad East, 110 A. M. Overland Fn iiiht and Accomodation Train ft Oii'l. n and East, A. M. Overland PaMriwr Train for Maryavllle, Red. ding (forOreK"ti). Hacramentn, tathrnp, aleteed (for YosemiU). Tipton (for Ia Auyclea), aaa Han Francisco, 'J;10 A. M. Overland Frctitlit and Accommoiiatioa Traja for Han Francisco, 13:l A. M. A. N. TOWNE. T. H. OOODMAN, G, III. Knpt. a. P. and Tkt At. Slitf CARSON CITY AND VIRGINIA CITY Ktaxc lainc. Ladd & Billings, Proprietors ON AND AFTER MAHC'II I", Ml. the einiimllo and couilorublu roavbia of this line will leave t CARSON Till 'rlock (Every niomlnit.) Re-turnlnit, leave VIRGINIA CITY l siama atop inuia aud coiuliiitj at EMPIRE, SILVER CITT AND SOLD NHL At the VOl'NP lioixr. lll cuntwet lih stan to and from Dayton. GENOA AND SILVER MOUNTAIN SJalC JilEIO. IIT11ER OLDS BEOH I.F.AVK K A inli.rm the trav linu pilldtc tliat lie aw ruii'ilim li "f ,oM-"ltl'A-nr.rrry. inn pawKOKi rs, expnw and I nlui "UU aaul, trui.i GENOA rla Sheridan, rrederlek.hu rjr, Vk omlfor-a, Markleeaille. Maeal Ilnlltnn an-1 Monitor la SILVER MOIMTAIN. fI-avivt ficnoa enr MilNDAY, WFDKM IAY and FUIKAY. lo-tumm. !. H4l Mountain ev.ry TLKSKAY. THlJUiHAY atal SATl KIlAY. Defiance Mining Campany Nntlca. The lirat aniiuil nv.utinuf th sto kholii, e of tun leflnce Minlne Or-mpan will be held at tlieotlics of tlie creUl v. in trson Clljr. Mrn.li.y the 14th dav of October, tT.', at I o'clock T. at. for toe parpoas of clecttan Traa. tw. to axve Um rtiaialnit ar. Fy onkf et the Trusteea. UUA0 MtOCKHFTJ, .ntlUm. .. .eM4T M.1FI2.