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NEW DAILY APPEAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1873
hf gjtflii gailj Appeal.
OF MORMOXDOM.
Joe Smith illustrated in bis time
that the pure stuff out of which a
charlatan is made and which gives
propulsion to the religious confi
dence man, let it be never so repre
hensible, is not. to be despised.
From the time that Joe's father dug
up that foot shaped stone in a well
at Ithaca up to the time that he and
his dnpes abandoned their money
digging ventures in the neighboring
hills, and thence on to the pretended
finding of the Hebrew tablets which
Yell away to ashes as fast as Joe in
terpreted them, and so on and on to
the pretended vision of the angel
with the drawn sword at Naovoq and
thence, by a short eat, to the final
catastrophe in the county jail, the
Mormon prophet was a new power
in the world a power because he
came in good time to be the -cfentral
figure around which might cluster
the more than willing millions who
forever will brave all dangers of
earth and hell to get close to the
source and vital principle of the caLt
and bizarre pretemlings with which
they love to have their eyes and their
other senses dazzled and enchanted.
"When his power loses its hold
through the wasting and driveling
of his successors in the priest hood
it will only go out to be gathered to
gether in the name of, and for the
giving to, some other glossed arid
sanctified humbug, which will surely
be at band. "When Brighatn dies,"
so goes the popular prediction.
' "then the'Mormpn fabric must fail
to pieces of its own weight." Per
haps so; bat it is an easy thing to re
peat a popular" and a not unnatural
prediction -easier at times .that, the
witnessing its fulfillment. Nqw, the
reports tell us, the hosts of the False
Prophet are exercised with fear over
the niutterings and the threats which
come from ' Washington. Grant,
they have been told, will set his foot
upon the church of the Latter Day
Saints and obliterate the temporal
power of the Mormon magnates. It
is repeated, gleefully, in Gentile
quarters that the day of retribution
is at band. Maybe this is so; bat
whenever it shall. happen that this
Government or any other adequate
power steps in to make war npon
the. Mormons, as such, that moment
the- principle. of . disintegration and
disenthralment which is now at work
among them will cease; and in its
stead will come renewal of fanaticism,
renewed consolidation and an aug
mented reaisertion "of their faith in
the martyred Prophet. Shall the
misgovernings and disloyalties of
Utah continue to go unnoticed and
unrestrained, then? Shall the protes
tations aud memorials of the loyal
inhabitants of that Territory con
tinue to be unheeded at Washington?
These, are the questions which add
complication to an already puzzling
and vexations problem; and these
ate some of the considerations which
helo us toward the conclusion that
in the President's cool arid unimpas-
sioned judgment, there will seem to
be no need of any such sudden and
startling concentration of military
strength in and about Great Salt
Lake City as the dispatches predict.
The problem must and will be solved
by more conservative means and
more gradu il approaches, than those
which 'are to be' found within the
lines of a camp- of occupation.
' BUBEKA CONTROVERSY.
Inasmuch as there has been some con
troversy as to the position of J. O. Dar
row, Bepublican nominee for Senator
from Lander, and of the gentlemen
whose names occur in these dispatches,
we publish the same:
Eureka, Feb. 8.
'Btirv Seaton: Am decidedly in favor
. T. H 1
of new county, i m.d wo pcujuc
of Eureka fifty thousand annually and
not iaerease taxes of remaining- Lander.
Nine-tenths of business, civil and crim
inal, comes from Eureka. Why ask ?
J. O. Uabbow.
Epbeka, Feb. 8.
T To Billy Seaton: -1 and all with whom
I have talked at Eureka, consider both
Drake and Horton pledged to give us a
new county if we ask it. Am certain
they so stated before election.
' , : ; . J. O. Dasbow.
" Aiternccs editor, to his hopeful
scion:. "Charles, are you good at co.
ritftfdrums?" "Yes, father, you know
I cannot tell a lie.? "Bight, Charles;
Jou will yet couquer a new world.
iatz QbarJes. why are the babies of
matinee audience like the subheads
iuanewspawr'-BecMse they is
in small caps, fatbsr." "Brave boy,
vot will yet , sUA. on J burning
deeL" '.'
'Tint Memphis iHtoicto, in speak
iug of Colonel Porsej. the new Sen
tor from Arkansas.. "as
jootb- Wood. brauM, hew and
frtigriij." ..
SENATOR ROSCOE CO.KJ,ISO
There has been so much flippant
abuSa arid irresponsible villification
cast upon Senator, Conkling throngh
the Sacramento Union and HKe ve
hicles of gratuitous, malignant slan
der, that it is with pleasure we note
the following hearty, high toned
and n nsonght tribute to his standing
and abilities at the hands of no less
authority in Democratic circles than
the New York World:
Tl,o ra.nlMt.inn nf Senator Roscoe
Conkling to the United States Seuate
for six years from tue 4111 01 next
March is an event which as Demo
crats we profoundly regret. We had
hoped, until the folly of Cincinnati
was matched by the foolishness of
Baltimore, that the present montu
would be marked by the elevation of
a Democratic statesman to that place
of eminent usefulness a statemau
from whom the Empire State minlit
have expected steady and powerful
resistance to the centralizing currents
which have swept off their feet all
the leaders of the Bepublican party
save three or four, aud from whom
the country at large might have ex
pected a mastery of our deepest fis
cal problems and a working plan to
bring specie payments and all other
conditions of fi'uancial stability and
order out of the present chaos.
These things are too high for Sen
ator Conkling. and for six years more
the strength of his faculties, which
we do not underrate, will not be
withheld from those measures, as
they never have been withheld from
those measures, which are making
hipwreck of the fairest experiment
in the annals of time, to house the
rights and liberties of a nation of
freemen withiu just and equa) laws.
But Senator Conkling commands
tlio raatiap.t. ami instities ihrt uritle of
IIUU A. jiwv j . .
his fellcw citizens v hose politic a
convictions are most divergent from
his own, in the fact that lie, tue rep
resentative of their State, gives to
its service an unsullied character,
doubtless a sincere zeal for the pub
lie welfare above personal ends, a
i i i 1 .
vigorous ana Keen eagea minu, a
personal dignity which is not nnder-
r . - . i ...n 1
mined oy his worst mint, auu iu
gallant firm temper which is to inlel
iectnal faculties their surest backing.
No man mixes the name of thi
Senator of New York with jobs, with
furtive purchases of Credit Mobil.er
stock, with corruption of high or low
degree; and if his late defense of
General Grant tried the President
by standards that did no honor to
the advocate, they will judge the
man the most uncharitably who least
know what constraints fetter the free
dom of the best of politicians.
Despondent. Concerning its
h pes and fears growing out of the
Division Question, the Reese Rive
Kereille says:
We said in a f irmer article that
the only motive which impels us to
oppose division is the hope that b.
keeping the county together we may
be brought within reasonable reach
of a railroad which might accommo
date Eureka and ourselves. Our end
of the county "is important enough
to warrant a company in making the
necessary detour, to say nothing of
Belmont and the rich districts to the
southward, whose interests it is the
duty of the Legislature to take into
consideration. Unfortunately we
have no friends in the Senate, and
we fear that the blowers and strikers
of the Eureka politicians will im
portune enough of the members in
the lower house to accomplish their
ends.
- The Credit Mobimeb. A Connec
ticut boy, just learning to read, asked
his father what Credit Mobilier was.
"It's our national game, my boy."
replied the father, who. with tha
shrewdness of the "Land of Steady
Habits," was looking ahead. "You'll,
be able to play it when you get big
and go to Congress."
Sheep. Eleven hundred aud seventy-four,
sheep belonging to Sol.
Geljer were driven through town on
Tuesday, from a point about nine
miles west of Beno, where they bad
been feeding up to the time snow
commenced falling. Eight thousand
sheep were caught in the snow and
perished at the same place, in '59. It
was entirely owing to the activity
and good management of the young
man who bad them in charge, Billy
Madden, that this band was saved.
They were driven to Steele's ranch
where they are being fed. They con
sume a ton of hay per day, at $9 per
ton. Reno Crescent.
Yabiots. From a gentleman just
arrived from Gold Mountain and
Lyda Valley, we learn that the pros
pects of these mining, districts look
very encouraging, which fact we re
cord with pleasure. From the same
source we are informed that the ;
horses, about fortv in number.: at
Minium's, on the Belmout road, are,
badly afflicted with the epizootic '
I'he same authority informs us that
he met the murderer named Sampson,
who lately broke jail at Belmont,
making his way toCerro Gordo Dis
trict. Reete River "Reveille, Feb. 5. ;
: 'TAToiijBpij; A -sweet , little
boy, only eight years old bless his
little heart walked into the scene
of a teacher's semination at Oswego
list week," and ' bawled out, Annie,
your fellow is down to the house 1", :
T ' ' -'- ' "
Immense amounts of real estate
are being offered for sale in all parts
of Pennsylvania, particularly farm
ing lands, ;th& present owners of
which intend going West.'
THE LATESTTELEGRAKS
, From the East.
Exeter, N. H. Feb. 8. An examina
tion bv the Bank Commissioner shows
the, Inis of the Granite National Bank,
bv the defalcation of Shnte, to' amount
to from SKJU.UUU to 5MUU.UW. iue awtn
are more than sufficient to pay all lia
bilities. The stockholders will take
measures to continue the bank. Shute
lso embezzled from the Exeter Savings
Bank. The total amount stolen is from
,$210,000 to $220,000. No clue to the
whereabouts of Shute. - .
iflfew York. Feb. 8. Another brutal
wife murder was committed here last
aisht. Charles Hoey, an Englishman,
njed 38, living at 649 East Thirteenth
street, recently abandoned his family
ind went West; on Thursday he returned,
and bought two single-barreled pistols,
loaded ihem, and last night went to the
room in which were his wife and chil
dren. He locked the door without one
word and fired both pistols at his wife,
ne of the balls going through her lungs,
the other through her neck. The woman
was taken to the hosp tal. She cannot
live. The murderer was arrested while
attempting to escape.
Habrisbckg, Pa., Feb. 8. Ex-Gover-uor
Geary died suddenly this morning.
Joe. Pentland, the veteran clown is
dead.
In the Stokes case, Judge Boardman
denied the motion for a new trial and re
fused a stay of proceedings. His coun
sel at once proceeded to apply for stay
before Judge Davis.
Hartfoed, Ct., Feb 8. Rev, Freder
ick Marsh, for over half a century pas
tor of the Congregational church at Win
chester Centre, died yesterday, aged 'JO.
Washington, Feb. 8. A bill reported
yesterday by Butler, of Massachusetts,
rom the Judiciary Committee, to adjust
;he salaries of the Executive, Judicial
mil Legislative departments of the Gov
ernment, provides salaries as follows:
After March 4th, President, $50,000;
Vice President, Justices of the Supreme
Court, Cabinet officers, Speaker of th
House, $10,000 each; Chief Justice $10,
KK); Members of Congress, $8,000.
Mileage to be abolished and actual trav
eling expenses to be allowed.
Topeka, Kansas, Feb. 8. State Sena
tor York was before the Pomeroy Inves
tigation Committee yesterday until a
late hour. An injunction of secresy was
placed on most of his testimony, but i.
Is stated that it was minute and sensa
tional in the greatest degree. He related
in dntail his uezotiatious with Pomeroj',
from the time he was first approached
on the subject until his interview of two
houis, and the amount of money paid
bv Pomeroy.
"Harrinbcrg, Pa., Feb. 8. Governor
Geary returned yesterday from a trip to
Wyoming Valley, in apparently good
health. He came down to breakfast this
morning, and while conversing pleasant
ly with his family his head drooped on
ids breast aud he died instantly. He
was 54 years of age and has been in pub
lic life for a quarter of a century. Ht
as through the Mexican war.
New York Feb 8. The steamer Hen
ry Chauncey, of the Pacitic Mail Hue, is
several days overdue at this port from
Panama.
The Herald has an editorial to-day,
strongly arguing for a change in our
Spanish policy. It says Fish should in
sist upon an immediate change in our
tttitude toward the Spanish Government
and the Cuban revolutionists, if he does
.lesire that our foreign policy should re
receive the condemnation of the Ameri
can people. It further changes that
Secretary Fish is piacing obstructions in
the wav of an honest and manly treat
ment of the Cuban qnestion, and de
mands his resignation.
Brooklyn, Feb. 8. About noon yes
terday a fight occurred between two
women residing in a tenement house on
Hamilton avenue. Ann Dermott, seeing
her antagonist, Rose Cavauaugh, getting
the better of her, seized a large club and
struck her a terrible blow on the head.
cutting a gash about two inches long and
fracturinc her skull.
Catharine Svrille was attacked by a
blood-hound yesterday while hanging
out clothes in a yard in the rear of No.
150 Vouck street. The dog approached
her through a break in the fence, and
jumping up caugnt ner Dy tne inroat, iu-
dictine a dangerous wounu, one at
tempted to escape, but the dog got an
other hold, actually tearing the flesh
from her shoulder to the eloow or tne
right arm.
From San Francisco.
San-Francesco, Feb. 8. Last night
t hnt. tViia morning it
commenced raining again and is falling
neaviiy now, 12 m.
The rain, storm . continues without
abatement.
No tidinss vet of the steamer .Nevada,
The Newburn sailed for the coioraao
at noon to-day.
Chief Crowley is confined to his house
by sickness.
. , 071(0001
An oVroT7 mnnrrl tit-dav at Siieehan s
saloou, on Kearny street, in wmco w .
v " . ; . . .
McDonald stabOed Jonn murpuy iu m
abdomen, inflicting a dangerous wuuuu.
x t.Vmi- a novsmmr carrier, drop-
rwwl lad at his house last nieht. Heart
disease was the cause of his death. r
. Wnm ll Hr Wri.SON SEWING MaCHOES
We are glad to be able to tell our read
ers that a permanent agency ior me n.c
. tati 1... nwl Wili.t,i'a aAwincr Mil.
.hinoa ti-iu hopn established here in Car
H1.J UMU
son. Mr. P. B. Fox is the agent; and
he will sell the said machines of the
latest style and having all the newest
improvements at San Francisco rates
"reight added. He will attend, promptly,
to all orders for maenmes anu me re
.inniT nnrt reconstruction ' thereof
Seamstresses pronounce the Wheeler &
. . , 1 1 i . ......
Wilson to oe tne nest inuciuue iuuuu
factored. -
xrT-r TinT. Our 'friend John R
says the longer you live- the more you
know and he is right. - Look out for
Ala.r.a" tinil "chean Johns." But
having been cheated to your satisfaction
if you want custom made suits from
. 1 uMnnaihLi firm, nail on J. E.
lonjvu . , -
n 1- ronn Pit-r. mwnt for Joseph
Fi"el, merchant tailor ana clothier, ban
Francisco. . -.xj o , v -;--rr -. .. . J1,Q
I
TT.iriv- Tr-ntRT TtcxXTS. $22 : con
t .10 each.' ' Aeencv at Brooks'
3egar; . Fancy - Goods . and Stationery
jitore, opposite tne unnsoy nuuw,
son City, Kev. Prises cashed on pre-
seatanon. ijooc oni ior conswnuui.
MINING STOCK REPORT.
Fare noon Board.
i, .
14S
3H0
130
120
340
Ophir, 45. .46 b30, 45.
Cirry. 13. 13!. 14. 14 b30, U b3.. -v
Best t Belcher. 5 ' ' J.Y
CbolUr. 54, 55 b), S3H. 541 b3q, 64J4. M
M0. 63!i, 54 30. 54 blO. 53X.. i : i
SSSS; VMS m W
99.
Yellow Jacket. 75 b30.
Sgto.1 W..B!l.85 b30.
Kcntuck, 1034.
VlinU.88. 58. KH, 69? St .30. SO
b30 59.
SlerVm Nevada, 12H, 12i. 12 blO.
HeicreRBted Belcher, 65 t30, S3.
Overman, 58, 59 b30. 57)4. 58J4 b30. 58 M0,
57.
Justice, 8, 834, , b30.
Succor, 3. 3 b5, 3.
Julia, 4 Si, A.
Buckeye 1M
Caledonia, 24, 24. 24 b30, 24 Si blO.
Silver Hill, 9.
Baltimore. 2 '4, 2 s90, 2.
Knickerbocker, t.
Arizona and Utah, 2.
Eclipse, 9.
Woodville. b30, 454, 4i.
Occidental, 1.
Central, 1.
Mint, 3. .... .
Valley, 15. 155, 15 b30, 15X, 15 b30,
15X alO. . m
Raymond k Ely, 80, 81 b5, 81. 82 J4 b30, 82,
m b3U, 81 890, SI.
Eureka Con., 10, 9. 90?4, 10.
Phoenix, , 80 cts. b:J0, 65 cts, 75 eta.
Washington & Creole, 1!.
Pioche. 11, 11 H.
Aipa. 3, m.
American Flag, 8.
UuLn & Hunt, 41., 4 83, 4)4 blO, 4X b30,
4 830, 4 4 b:W.
Silver Peak, 75 cts.
Ivanhoe, Hi, lit blO.
Ingomar, 75 cts.
Newark, 2)4.
Belmont, 4.
Chief of Hill, 3.
Charter Oak, 40 cts.
Eureka Grass Valley, 16.
Belevne. 2.
.Cederberg.6.
Golden Chnriot, H.
Independent, lit, lit.
Mahogany, 8.
Empire, l'.
Wellington, 2)4.
iia?
215
20
270
213
100
5
175
100
30
165
320
485
200
15
320
210
3tW
75
100
10
470
50
10
500
595
815
1255
335
31)
65
ISO
90
340
500
1400
325
50
50
40
60
30
25
25.
100
225
20
100
100
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ST. CHABLES HOTEI GEO. TUFLET, PBOPBIETOB-
Knhler
I A J hnson
H Ferris
J Morrison
F Beardon
A Ferris
Wm Wither
W McCall & wf
I H Grafford
C1BBETT HOUSE CORBETT BEOS., PBOPBIETOBS
Geo Edgington Jas Scott
J A Blley
A J Miner
J Feltz
W McGrath
t M cm anon a j oeicner
Ft McKinnin G Nelson
F McRae H B Day
MARRIED.
Tn CuTson Citv. February 8. 1873. by Bev. J .
D. Hammond. Paul Nilson to Karen Haugsted,
both of Empire City, Nev.
NEW TO-DAY.
CARSON THEATER.
Proprietor John Piper
Stage Manager W. Lloyd
Scenic Artist , Mr. Hires
VInsical Director i-- JacoDson
Machinist O. J. cronjuil
Engagement for
ONE WEEK ONLY !
AUGUSTA L. DARGON!
THE
Emotional and Original Actreaa,
Suppoated by
Mrs. Edwin F. Stewart.
Miss Imogene fcDerie,
Mrs. L. F. Beatty,
Miss Reiferd,
Pierpont Thayer, "
William Barry,
W. H. Thompson,
L. Belmare,
W. Porter,
G. Crewel,
W. Lloyd
Sunday Evening'' lrnary 9, 18J3.
Will be presented the new Society Play, writ
ten expressly for Mrs. Daboon:
UNMASKED!
Augusta Lamar Miss Augusta L. Dargon
MONDAY EVENING NEXT I
Will be given the great sensation:
DEBORAH .....APOT8TAL. DABGON
y Box sheet now open.S
PRICKS OP ADMISSION :
Dress Circle and Orchestra. D"J'''
Reserved Seats
fe6-td
A WANT SUPPLIED !
OLCOVICH BEOS.,
HAVE RECEIVED
Boots and Shoes,
Boots and Shoes,
Boots and Shoes,
Cents' Boots.
Youths' Boots.
Boys' Boots,
LADIES' SHOES, ,
v :.. ..... ... .'
MISSES' SHOES,
T , , CHILDREN'S SHOESi
ELCBANT STYLES AND BRUT VARIETT I
... - also- ..: ., 1
ClOTHIK3f CARPETS, ETC. i
OLCOVICH ' BROS., ,
" i
Carson A Fsarth Stu., Cavran City.
Yl . , (. : . , r -r -. -- '.!".:
i.,' .- .; !:-: . M?.tt 'iVI I l:' t if.
vwv wrvn a rMMttat Narae earn
YY be had by inquiring at Mrs. A. KEY8EB.
earner of Telegraph Mid lta. rtreete, Carjpn
VIRGINIA & TRUCKEE R. R.
ON Al
1873.
,W AN , APTKR FEBRUARY Ht,
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS
for RENO, connecting with Eastern and Western
bound Passenger Trains of th. C. P. B. B.
WILL LEAVE
Virginia City Station . . at 9.00 p. m.
Gold Hill at 9.12 p.m.
Mound House at 9.50 p. m.
Carson City at 10.45 p. m.
Franktown at 11.13 p. m.
Washoe City at 11.27 p. m.
Steamboat at 11.43 p. m.
Arriving at Reno at 12.15 a. m.
WILL LEAVE
Reno at 2.25 a.m.
Steamboat at 2.57 A. m.
Washoe City at 3.13 a. m.
Franktown at 3. 25 a. m.
Carson City at 4.05 a. m.
Mound House at 4.42 A. M.
Gold Hill at 5.20 a. m.
ArrivingatVirginiaCityat 5.30 a. m.
LOCAL PASSENGER TRAINS
LEAVE
Virsinia City
FOR CARSON CITY
AtTt45 and 11:45a. m. and 3t5 p. nt.
LEAVE
Oar
Oity
FOR VIRGINIA CITY
At 8 a. m. lfl
and 4i45 p.
FREMHT AND ACCOMWOOATIOI TtAHS
Leave Virginia City for Beno at IAS a. m. sad
3:45 p. tn. Will leave Beno for Virginia City at
8 a. m., 1 p. m. and 6 JO p. m.
f
FREIGHT TRAINS
Leave Virginia City DAILY at 5:45 a. m., 7.45 a.
m., 9:45 a. m., 115 p. m., 1j5 p. m., 3:45 p. m,
and 5 :45 p. Ill-
Leave Carson luty daiui bi o a. m., o ...
10 a. m., 12 m., 2 p. m., 4 p. m., and 6 p.m.
At Virginia vnj, wiu nut muu
, a u i-i.A ifi Kirn Fran
ciso, Ogden and intermediate points on the C
n T t . . a
Through Tickets can be procured at the Com
pany's office, Virginia for Chicago, Kansas Uty
ana 01. wnui.
Ui H. M. YEHINGTOI,
General Superintendent. '
Take Warning !
THB V. A T. R. B. COMPANY ARK
anxious to take due precaution against M
cidents and loss of life resulting from running
ir.in: and they take this method of
warning Parent, and Guardians agatost th.
A.rm attendlnir the to common pcattica of
ChUdran playing about their Cars snd loconw
Thoae having fn chargs the business of
(h 0ompaayi,4 lt lmiKJesIN. to rawQADB
-ho freanent the termini and stopping
place of th road from climbing npon the can
and engines, and they will feel tMnaW
oblised to resort to more' decided measure It
these annoyance are continued." Becent acci-
AeatM. which an wholly sacrtbabl. to the ears-
teacneM of pemon Jnaptag on and ff th eat
when tn motion, should be warning enough in
themaalvea. H. M. YEBISOTUH. ;
jaltf " '. 7 llirpeiliitendeat.'
THE IMPERIAL
Insurance Co. of London
Sound Business Considerations
why the Imperial should
be preferred
TO ANYOTHER FOREIGN COMPANY:
t (.Kiwlwt t laoa. and la th
oldest FIRE Insnraace Company represtn ted
in the United States.
Second It haa aabscritw capiui or wm,
000, of which $3,500,000 is faid up in Gold,
with further aecmmmulated asseU of W.M"!
making It at once me Mmngpn Bnaawa
Fire Insurance Company in the World.
Thint TmnCoMPANTBOBS a Fir Basin
Kxrlasively, snd none of its assets are liable
to be diverted for UIE or marine iosbps, a.
the case with ali. other English Companies rep
resented on this coast.
-...!. Tkl. rrnitnanv'l VM at CHICAGO
were less than orb hundred thoctiato doixam
and have been paid in full, voixab ron bouab.
gX,,IH III
Fireman'o Fond
j . . .
INSURANCE COaJPAHY !
Of 8an Franctoeo !
The Moat Popnlar ami ReltaU- Hn
. Company en tn ,
"PACIFIC COAST I
Harl ng withstood tn Great IMsaster
of Chdrmc ana Bm(m Fire aa
Paid all IU IMM fnUy 1
BICE & PETERS.
Agent at th Banktnn; Hns f
Well, Vmrg 4i Co.,
, carbion crrr, nbvada.
fel-tf . ......
BATHS! BATHS!
Jacob
Muller's
Hair Dressing
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Carson street, next door to the County Buildings,
carson crrv, Nevada.
Private entrance for Ladies through the alter
in the rear of Willis' Drag 8tore.
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and vicinity for their liberal patronage hereto,
fore bestowed npon me, I now respectfully in
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