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i TT CARMB I t 8ATDAT, NOT. CARBONS SOMETHEVS ABOUT ... .BCaUNEM One can't be wildly engrossing in treat ing of so homely a aubject as that which embraces the events and reminiscences of the recent past; the ops and downs , and ins and onts of the unevejataal pres - eat, and the hopes and speculations which reach out into the tamely comfort ing furors of a little .inland city of no mors note and consequence apon the world's big map than this small Carson town of oars; bat these inconsequential woondariM by which we are hemmed about withal; these not famous interests which keep ,aa here; these busmessess with their promises and risks, their re turns and misrentures, they are quite as imwortant to us as the large oonceras of theCw'stnsundoasSmpir are to&Jm; tor they constitute oar All and mi All is rightf ally of quite as great consequence to ua as the All that lies within the shad oar of that divinity which doth hedge a King. Something then by way of overhauling aha log and determining oar coarse and indicating themgns of promise which lie before and around as is worth busying aanelves with 'for a little while; for, as we aafiave, the ssaray, gamey, hopeful little towns now reaping, and preparing it tjssif farther to reap, an the future, the re ward of its business men's constancy and faith and the eounffe of their invest- snaats. Ijook back five years and com' put she Carson of 1867 with the Canon of 1872. Heras4he BaSway, the Mint, the State House, the Orphans' Home, 'the Sew Ormahy, these are tangible ad ditions; and to be added up with these ' are oar augmented, rates of rents 1. oar appreciation in -teal estate vatees, our everywhere ' oaeupied . houses and our grants ana .prospects. This, as wn re ligirnsljr besteve, is what comes of being '. boasst - to the site carreats which bear along the vitalities of the basinet world by the iron bands wf railway osnstrnc- with its iiiliiii.oflia and unbidden shriek has awakened a new Sfe here and not alone a new Hfs bat a Ufa which has for evw dispelled tho old, maalding provin- tkm which were growing apon us and making us narrow and blinding as to the real things of , bristling enlightenment which are constantly growing up in the busier marts and wider spheres of com merce and the arts. " We are no longer iselated; need be no longer provincial in our whims and cal culations. We may come to feel the in spiration of sympathy with that broader life' which grows and becomes keener with an increase of attrition with the van guard of progress. . In our specialties our well-exhibited and curiously inspect ed Pacific coast peculiarities, we are un rivalled; bat it is not all of life to have been a pioneer and an early prospector; lur we may , profttabfy remember, and boast of these experiences; and glory, in a cheap and harmless way, in ok -comparative heroism (the residue of creation being in theswaddling band of innocence and fed open, the qnntimnlating pap of pitiable inexperience) and at the same time assimilate ourselves to the ways and doings of the wiser and heater And more wide awake of that humanity which may be found elsewhere, fur the seeking. But this is sermwising not treating directly of living and domestic ties and interests. We shook! congratulate oar readers. rather, that at last the tax payers (terri bly hardened as they are) have manfully made the efforts And voted the, . juoney needed to pot an adequate school house withia leach of ths girls and beys of Cur- son; and we Bern! .not forget that the lUilwav neoole are about building a , a a structure which will, when completed carver a great area of ground, embrace a half dozen preininent industries, Htimw- ulste DunufaoUues and traua all .about here and employ, of and in itself nut less than two hundred men. - We are doing well and are going to do etterl The Capital and the i Hint are anchored here1; railway connection ob literates all arguments in favor of rsnov- ing the seat of government from hence;' the Mint is making a- growing business for Hsrif and increasing the neeawity for its sastainntent ; and with what we ean do and what is doing for na, what ecan aee,and what looms p in the promisiDg distance these aiw the sure and hope bv spfaing signs of that permanent and pros perous future which we long ago had faith in and which we have predictea, in the face of doqbtand depression many time and oft in the dull days of the past. ItlWIaWaVOTA LawntAtTBE. " XotWthstawassg the strenuous efforts of Ignatius Dejanelly, (the keen little Paddy who so unmercifully blackguarded Elite Wasbbnrne on the floor of Cot rreaa and-the- efforts of his associate soreheads and Possum allies, Minnesota gives not only an augmented Republics! majority on the general ticket, but in creases the majority of Republicans in either house of the Legislature. Here is the summing up of the result as given by the Minneapolis Tribune : Elsewhere we publish a full roster of the next Legislature. The Bepublicaa majority ia 11 ia the Senate, and SI in the House total 7 or twice as great minus 1 as the enure Democrat ic membership in both booses, which ia 37. Last Tear the Democrats counted 2 mare la tha He a. tc and t more ia the Home thaa thia year which it was because they didn't have any Liberal publicans to help them. We notice in looking over the names of the elect that our old friend and whilom Nevada politician, ex-Governor Stephen Miller, has been elected a member of the Lower House. It is a pretty sore thing that the Governor gave his constituents some rattling stamp speeches. FROM THE BTCDDT, The Troche Ifrtord of the 19th has the fallowing: Colonel Isaac Jennings, wa Thomas, 130 miles from Piache.snd at the Juno taou of the Moddjr and Vhwin. IS mil? fromthe Colorado, arrived in town yesterday. Colonel Jennings has been among the Indian! ia this ssttloaof the country, for the last S3 yearn, sad has acquired valuable knowledge of their habits. desires, eta. We leant from him that the C 8. Indian Ageat, Ingalla, contemplates establishing aa Indian Irairvstion on the Mnddy, if fair terssscaa he made with the settlers ; and Col. Jennings thinks it caabe done, and that it would he to the aerintsgii of both the Government and the settlers "to do so, aa the Indiana an scattered immense scope of country, probably as the State of Illinois, aad beyond the proper control of the Federal Government; bat ones gathered apon a renervatioa. little mora sbfawwaHbs lad with taeav. Ool. ia aiding the Indian Agent ia his tadaneors to control the -noble red man of the forest,' aim ia -proper boa arts galls is expected to return about the Mh of aext month. General Crook requested Col. Jennings to send him friendly. " te agh the Apsrhrs at srisnns and CO were seat accordingly. Col. Jennings aaya Qul Crook inf its Basking a vigwrons campaign north aad east -of open for the passage of ; tuners withia the aext three i Bktobts have reached Washington that the Scientific and Exploring Expedition which has been making a tour through Northwestern. Texas, has found an abun dance of copper and coal there, and scans silver. Postal Regulations. Fred Tnrner wants the people to nnderstond what fol lows. No newspaper or magazine win be delivered an which tha avetage has not been prepaid at the mailing office until the postage has been paid at least one quarter in advance, or until the transient rate has been paid. This rule applies to the mailing of papers by newsdealers as well as by publishers. Only weekly pa pers can lie delivered to subscribers liv ing in the couuty where they are pub lished free of charge, bat such weekly papers must be mailed by the publishers in order to be exempt from postage. Pablwhers sending specimen papers re quired to pay postage thereon. Douotfor- a Ki3 .1.1 lot lVMt fMl The Wagon Koad Mcxtisq. The sub scribers to the Columbus Wagon Road scheme should not forget that there is a meeting called for ta-night at the Dis trict Court Room, ia whose proceedings tney are interested. " Sew !DviamsEMiWy s. i i.' r TIU,luS(;iH; BALL! rfTHK TOtTMO , XES , Oh CARSOSf sv . , - . fa v. - t Hereby invite their friends to join them in a SPtUL KOTICKS. DI8OLtTION.-tHRFIBMOF CAaVBEIX FtTOKHOCSE. lWmstent, is thia foyojaMaVed bv mutoaleonseat. J. M CAMFBELi. will carry an the business ia his own name nereaner. All bills doe the company will be collected by J. M.Campbell, who will also pay au company debts owing by said nrm. j . -., yJ. M. CAMPBELL, ; t . ; S i ft a.-C. rUKKHOrJ8K. October 31, 1872. nolS not f 1 Careen Theatre. Social Dance, At MOORE t PARKER'S HALL, ' -f T Oatlaiseauaaof THURSDAY. NOV. S6( To wind up Thanksgiving Day 'wtthbecoimBg hilarity. -J " AS I AM OOIK6 TO LEAVE CARSON FOR THE BAST Q9f TBB SOtla INST., ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO MX BY ACCOUNT OB KOTK wUl please eaaan as ray OaVse,' a COLTON , DRUG 8TOBE, and settle the eaaasea or before the lSOa last., as these claims MUST be paid. . DB.8.LXM.LEE. Carson, Itov. 8, 1971. ' aod li GIFT OOKCXBTb, LOTTEBXE8, ETC. TICKETS, admitting Oentleaua aad $3 H CoMsuim ox IsvrrATiom. PETEK CATAXAR, Ja.. JOHS D. EBSET, A. DE KECF, i. . E. LADD, - TRES M4fB COFFIN. The Grand Gift Concert a Louisville. Ky. SAZEftAC MSTAURANT. HE MERSieMED ATDVCi BE- caaWaaaaae proprietor of the tkttSM RIITICnTMT AR9 msf HOUJL b prepared to furninh THIS KAT1NO HOUSE WILL BE ' conducted on the San Francisc0 style when the enstosaec orders what he wants aad paysthe stated price for what be gets. AU the rarities and delicacies of the season al. E. A. GUTIERREZ. nols Proprietor. rwm DRAWIXe OF TEE PRIZEa the Public Library at Lonisrille. Kentucky, will positively take place on SATURDAY, December ftb. aaO,10 tat CauheUta, Ranging from 1108 to S 100.000. will be distribated. Nearly all tha ticketa have Wen sold, and ant will ho for aale after tae SUta of n. b. Tlcksts S10 each," divided into four coupons. for aale together or separately. Parties anlrnin of purchasing ttcheia, either single or in dabs of ve, ten, Aftsen and twenty tickets, caa be accosnmodsied by calling on noil J. B. LADD, Asraat. A Noble Charity. Read. Ponder, and Nebraska State Orphan Asylum Reflect! . so ha Orawa ia lnbiic, , IDBC1 .1ST The Greatest Variety, Aad - THE BEST OAR-CAINS DRY-G00D8, CLOTIIinQ CS3TS, SX.ES, ETC.. AN to be ilbtelnM at - OLCOVICH DROt. 023O.5O5OO. Ttekats SI latert mr tlx for SS. Tickets sent by Express C. 1 Grand Cash prisa O.D., 1 Grand Cash Prise Grand Cash Prise 1 Cash Priaa 1 Cash Prise I Cash Prises. S3jxmearh.. Cash Maes, Siaiaeaeh Cash Prases, K,(aerhi. 90 Cash rrtaea, Eacfc SMI... 100 " U... if desired. trtSjOOO xsasu 1S.I 10,1 t.l tsro . 000 sow slot ' 10. . ... s.ono ... s.ouo ... M.a ... 1S.S06 Pianos Tuned. TEE TJXDKRieXED WOJL MAKE one of his Periodical Tours aaMmgat Dis abled and Discordant PIANOS, his operations during the mwat week. t ORDERS , .., Left at the Book and Basic Store af JOHS O. FOX , . Will be promptly attended to. JACOB XKCR. sjoll Piaaa Taaer. . .. - . - - .tias,Ss$ This Legal Eaterpriea iseadorsrd by thehtgh- eat aathority of the State sad brat business men. Over one-hall ths Tickets takra before TJrto. ber 1st. The limited number on hand will be fsawiahed those who apply asst. ' Mobtt caa a. ami by mail, ia Registered Let- tera. Post Oases Muse, Onlers. or byKxprras. Ail Prisea sriU bs aatd ia fail. Ansa Waxtcd. For fall partAcalsr. sdiirass J. M. PATTEE. Ueaeral Manager, Omaha, Neb. FIRST SHAKO GIFT CONCERT sTa TBB MTATB OP XKViDA, AIT. J tboriaed by Act of its Legislature, proved March 1, 1871, for the founding of a STATE INSANE ASYLUM. ; taiKERS, ATTEilTlSII! . 1HTE DKNIRK TO CALL TOUR AT. V V teatioa to the old and favorite brand of PROCTOR k GAMBLE'S DtCIKIfAII "8TA" ADAIIaKTIIT: The drawing will sake plaea al Tircims. Ks- vacla. the time of which daenotira will b. gisra so soon as enough tickets have been sold to pay the State proportion for the Asylum Fund, aa weA as the Prixea ia faU, that Inuag the pvtpoae oi ine iTusteaa. All unsold tickets in the bands of Aernta will ue called in before the time set fur drawing. Sole Proprietor MR. I. H. CHURCH Stage Manager MK,TH0. BARTON Musical Director PROF. 0HN iU.iJ : CHURCH'G : Great Sensation Troupe OF Star LxrfcUBts.! Crand Opening Night! Wodaeassay- Bvwalas;, Ttm-r. SO, SaTl4SlXta Onlyl The Msnsgrr takes pleasure ia anaoouriiig u the itsideats of tats day that be has, at great expense, secured tbe foUowing tahmsrd Artisas. who will give a few of their Vocal aad Instru mental Manic, Farce, Tragedy, Comedy, Protean Sketches, Songs and rhascea, Ethinpisa Comical ities, Clog Dances, etc LOOK AT OUR GRAXD COSSTKlr LAT10N OF AMTJST8T Miss Agnss Kennedy, The Great Character, Vocalist, Pianiste and br- laaqiie Actress, of whom tbe San moon in praise. Mr. Thomas Barton, The Justly Celebrated Happy Old Baa uapr - MISS SUSLC BOBISOX. The Beautiful Comic Songstreaa and Song and , Dance Artiste par excellence. 1 MB. WALTEB PARKS. The celebrated Ethiopian Comedian and ckam- :' pion Clsg Daacar. TK0FESS0B JOHN AIXEX. The Weaderful Soloist. . .: ION DIXOK. , The celebrated Ethiopiaa Comedian aad Muatral Geaina. Will A Khgsttr aa Wssisrs. Vaswak. arseeajae asMfl Opwsva. Press Circle aad Orthtais Chails..........l ox farqaette -....SO cents Private Boxes .Five Dollars ho Extra Chares for sWatrtod ass. no. OnW will be open ia ad ranee. noU FRITT8, COXFKCTIOKEBV. ETC. J. M. CMANDLCR, WHOLESALE A5D RETAIL TrkALBR TlwtTArUS AKI CSSfESTiaKS Next doer Soath of Mailer's Hotel. Carasa. Ke. X. B. The Freshest of CHABTRES COFFEE.. Ground in Virginia City, and warranted pur-, al vaya on hand it CANOIE8! CANDIES! Tickets of Admusion.. ..ti ia Geld Coin Sonca. Hereafter the Express Office of Wells, Fargo hCo. will dose at 6h clock, r. a. Let ters deposited in the Letter Box up to 10 o'clock will ue luraaraea ny ine mgni train. a30-lw H. F. RICE, Agent. w ANTED. A fint-rlaua ealaawa woman cook, to attend strictly to the kitch. ea and do a little plain washing. Wood wages. Inquire of in5j I. K. LADD. MARRIKD. In this city , November 31 , 1S73, at the residence of Mr. Jacob Khan, by the Rev. Father Tormy, Mr. Vietcr A. Mailer tu Msa. rrssroie sU-yer. pao M THK rtlDE vTALX W PBAJfT of Wells Fargo'a ofBce, a Mexican Saddle, mi nasi nturuinx the aaaas to the wHI V well rewarded1, aad pa mi slsat v ( The bent and rheapeat candle in the 9tat for the price, aad particularly aaspten to use in mines. In regelsr receipt per nil, and for sale by - BOSS. DEMPSTER A CO.,' ' , . maiidl California atrart. nal-lmSp : San FxancJece THE NEW DAILY APPAL (j. daily jjewspaper A DAILY NEWSPAPER , ' ' " A DALLY NEWSPAPEK A DALLY NEWSPAPEK Published hi ths interests of the TtepaMirsB Party; amediumof local news; aa adToeate of what promises best to tbe community liy whom it is sunounded ; s medium for tbe frank dirt, rnasion of all the issues of tbe times ; and a ve hicle in watch tha baseness men of the State and city may nuke known their propositions and purposes. THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC . THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC 2A5. 00O in gold coin will be given to hold era of tickets at the conclusion of the Concert, a follows: . . ... i Bow coin ift.. ...... tM.ow l tiold Coin ift; .() 1 fiold Coiu Gift 15.000 I Gold Coin Gift 1S.0U0 I Gold Coin Gift 10,0(10 I Gold Coin Gift.... T" 10.000 4 Gold Coin Gifts of $5,000 each 30.000 10 Gold Coin Gifts of 2,(100 each 20.000 2M Gold Coin Gif la of 1,000 each Jo.000 SO Gold Coin Gifts of &00 each 30.000 100 Gold Coin Gift of 900 each M.OOO am Gold Coin Gifts of 100 each 30,000 500 Gold Coin Gifts of SO each 23.000 I UW Gifts, amounting to.. . Ik X. - t5.oaj WELLS. FAR(M) CO.. VirsiniaCity, Treasurer. if. i. uia.nchaki, Manager. Ticket r now for sale.'snd can be obtained of C. C. PENDKRGAST. at the nfflce of Wells, F.ivo A ... ami at the office of D. L. BLANCH ARD, Manager, at J. Waldstein k Co.'s Ciear Store, South C street. ocM-tf MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANTS MERCHANTS . MERCHANTS MERCHANTS LAWYERS DRUGGISTS ' LAWYERS DRUGGISTS ; LAWYERS DRUGGISTS LAWYERSp-jDRUGGISTS. SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN . 8AL00N-KFJEPERS HOTEL-MEN '1 SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN ' SAIXiON-lUiltl'EIiS HOTEL-MEN - Ta paar aaariotsaa. 1 aaalatJliayaaa. " . i-jtrBSstBT B. MMHEIss. . . JOHN C. FOX, . Caraaa Straat, appaadte the Capital, i. A f! acaLBS nr1 ' ' s'-t-ff ' BOOKS CtrrtrtENT LITERATURE, WATCHES and JEWELRY, ' - ffenexy -oodav 33te. TU1H ESTAJOASUMEST CONTAINS a rompl'-M assortment of all Irinda of no Tiojta. aroarna Ar-PABAX-cs and shelf goods. nr Eastern papers aad M.gasines received daily. Ageat far an the weeklies sod Dalles of the Pacific Coast. 1-tf JOHN G. FOX. a tg lsffAltTBD.-A''yaaar mr' ta a aC " asMwor. Xauinar aijJ.E Sparkling Dew ! , , Manufactared every day of th best ' mstniala by CANTY WACXKJt, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONl RS, Na. 10T Moatgomerjr Mtrewt, i'"-1 - aa leraacdsral n ' THE ATTEXTfOX OF THK TRADE is called to oar immense assortment of Can. dies and other goods suitable for the HOLIDAYS,, And warranted to keep in all clim.ti. Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. OrUers from the interior promptly and can-full at tended to. iV-14-ita! FRESH rRUITS. VfftCTA! FS. COF CTICSS,lTC.ffETc7 - TBE TjWnKKMIGXED HAH ON BAND and is daily receiving tha CTholoest I -rultsj, Jfeabest TearetalalcM. s u Xlest r fOont3rtloixs And lika desirable and reassaable gooaa, bs keeps the best AssohTMXXT bronght to the Lar son market. , X. B. Orders promptly filled and delivered sa per directions. E. PERASICH, l-ti (Carsoa stret, next to Theater Saloon.! HOCSES FOR SALE, TO LET, WAJITED PVR SALK-One Fine OvreUtaar aaa - Lot, centrally located, and well Vmih. price t-',500. Inquire of o9J J, E. LADD. FOR BALE n.aau. law as Farni tnre, well located $1,50. Inquire of (n2) J. E. LADD. Th WELLING WANTELWA Pvwty slo- mr airea to Pore base a DseUiag wnh roar sr fiverooina., Iaoointot , Jail , 1. ELADIi. .LADD fwpxux wirrBn.-A wbtt mw dealres to nnrchase a Dwellina with orateht Booms. Ine,taas . oa ' -. E. IJPB.