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NEW DAILY APPEAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 187S.
he lcuj Jails Appeal TALK OV WAR. Meaalter of the mad Amy aad other Old Soldier deeply excited. News came to Canon, yesterday, of a dispatch received in Salt Lake to the ef- f -j iect tnat tne rreoiueui wu m mcm mined 'that the insolent and insurrec tionary Mormons had gone thns far and could go no farther, and that the troops fr jin the Southern States had been or dered to th;it point to stop any further demonstration of rebellion or resistance to the laws of the United States. News came that the Mannous were profoundly agitated but sullen; that although they dreaded the power and wrath of the Gen eral Government, yet they felt that any decrease of the spiritual power and in fluence of the Church thereby would be full provocation for war, and for risking the terrors of a couflict with all the States combined against them. The spirit of that infatuated people is known and being so near here, some of the old soldiers became excited upon hearing of the manifestations they had made and were as deeply agitated as if they had already smelt the powder of the bat tle field around about the city of the Saints. They began to talk over their experience ia the late civil war, their hardships, their pride ou the d ay of vic tory, and of their joyful return h.me with the Union restored. Some conhl not restrain their overflowing excitement nml Kpnt around umlaut brief sp?eene in the saloons. Some sat down as soon as they could control their feelings an i became composed, and wrote to their old commanders,- offering their service. Many a letter of that nature passed through the mail last night. Here and there a man was found who, at tirst, sai.l b hiirl hiiH pnoiiffh of war and didn't unnt. onv mnrp in his. but beinsr talked to by excited companions, he too joined with the rest ana was reaay u uiarvu against the rebellious Mormons nnder banners inscribed with "Law and Order." By the time (7:30) that the theater music betran to beat, these braves could stand it no longer, and all rushed en mas.-se to Johnnie Moore's saloon and took a drink High Old Time. Friday afternoon towards twilight, a party of five gay young Jehus set out in one of Doc. Ben ton's vpViirles. four in hand, to attend i surprise party, which they constituted for the maiu part within themselves, at kAam'o rannh tl fpw milftS thlS Side of Genoa. Their horses behaved well 'and so did they on the outward trip. I hey reached their destination and (as they minimi i)ioit rrnt tha oirla "stnpk after" them so that they were unable to get away till 4 o CIOCK in tne moruiug, i which jolly hour they started from the ranch homewards. Several miles had haon ina'lfl without accident bv acci dent, for the driver could hardly drive a bull team straight under the full blaze of the noontide sun over a "McAdamized road walled in on both sides when hav- -inrv mill n TnillffHT of A Well knOWn lengthy mud pool, the off horse in the lead tumbled down and got under the feet of the wheelers, in tnis situation, trampled down and catching his breath nnir at intervals whpn he could raise his hrl ihnra tho water, the suffering horse remained snorting and grunting for nearly an hour oeiore tnose nve young Jehns could releasa him. When he was finnllv cvtrioatAil thfi other leader had broken loose and was well on his way . .a jm TT towards nis stall in parson, sxe was pursued by one of the jolly five with one mm hoot on pancht. broncht back and tied with his mate to the rear of the wagon and lead into town. Lovejoy has the shattered wagon in hand, and Benton ia offer th hnv" & COUnle of WhOItl had not risen from bed at the time of going to press. The Nevada Gift Concebt. This en terprise says the Beno Crtscent which has languished for many months has at last reached a point when final success is as - snred not however, through sales made in this State, but through the patronage and support accorded to the enterprise . by the sporting fraternity of distant cities. San Francisco, Sacramento, New York and Philadelphia, have been the heaviest purchasers, even Omaha sends her coin for these tickets, whilst we are sending in return thousands of dollars to Omaha for tickets in the Gift enterprises gotten up in that city. We are not the advocate - of this species of gambling nor in any way - disposed to give it encouragement, and when we see the evidence every day that our people are so constituted or rather so educated that they prefer desperate chances to legitimate pursuits, we fail to see the reason why they should prefer Omaha, Louisville or Havana or the piore desirable scheme offered by Nev ada. We can see no good reason why our citizens should prefer to send their .. money out of the State to investing it at home. ;AVhen their money if it brings . them nothing in the shape of prizes will ' benefit friends and acquaintances in stead of strangers. ' If you will gamble do your gambling at home. , j r Tbanbfobmatiox. The squatty old - railroad office has been transformed at yc the hands of Corbett & Roberts, and is now one of the most attractive, pleasant Z . looking places in town. The trout p.ut of the building, which measures 46x20, is furnished with two stands-a bar ami eating stand. The bar is furnished with an extensive variety of elegant glassware " after the fashion of that used in th "- mnd Hotel in San Francisco; with u large mirror of French glass three-eighths ' of an inch thick; while ornamenting the wall above the mirror, stands a very handsome eighVday weight and pendn- ii.'i lum clock. The bar is provided with fine liquors as good as any in the town. The restaurant Stand is not quite ready yet, but' will be so in the course of a few days 6r a week." The railroad boys will then have a oomfortable eating place ' at , their elbow, where they can go and get Lis at any time, day and night, the best fare in the market.1 Thi enterprise seems to be7 the first important stop towards build ing up a business in that part of town; .i and the proprietors deserve great credit - for taking that initiatory step. r--- . - .1 . The whooping bough' and measles are quite pwralent ;taCMrBW;at present, V mostly among children. No severe cases ' .of etther-have occurred.:! Parents are ' " ongratulatlng themselves in getting rid of these peats and praying that the scarlet fever mar remain in Gold Hill or rather, that it may not eeme to Car Rcltgioaa Servieea Te-Dmjr. Pbhbytbbux Otobch. Rev. James Woods, Putor. Servicea at 11 o'clock A. and 1M r. m. Bonday (Scnooi at it m. aw m. Mcthodist Cntmcn. He. A. V. Fisher, Pas. tor. Servicea at 11 o'clock A. u.. and 1TM r. nr. Cathouc Chubch. Rev. rawer lormey. Mass at 11 o'clock A. M. ' St Prrn'i (Episcopal) CHTOCH. Bv. . B. Allen, Sector. Servicea- at 11 o'clock A. at .. and 730 r. u. Sunday scnooi uu . m. Theateb. John Piper's troupe per formed last evening, for the first time, at the Carson Theater, to a well filled house. The new society nlay of "Un masked" was well rendered by Mi D iriton and her star supporters, who were often applauded by the delighted audieilce. The managers have con cluded to repeat the same play this evening, and on Monday (to-morrow) evening will be given the great sensation "Deborah," in which Miss Dargon will take the principjd character. We pre dict a full house on that occasion, and would advise the theater goers to secure seat early. Miss Dargon confirmed by her acting last night all that has been said in eulogy of her by the press of California and the East. Her elocution is almost fattltless. She speaks with an accent so full of profound earnestness, with cadence so natural, so just and so touching, and utters her words as living embodiments, with such ringing clear ness of articulation, that it is a pleasure ind a charm to one of her audience. The stock company, on the whole, is -veil chosen and' supported Miss Dargon last evening, admirably. Tumbled OiT. Yesterday about four o'clock in the afternoon a man, bare headed and evidently irresponsible, if .jin ever makes a man so, appeared on the street near the St. Charles Hotel mounted on Philo Eice's colt which he had managed to take from the stable where it was kept, and was amusiug himself and the lookers on from the sidewalk by making the young animal buck. He had played his prank quite a while, at least till he lost his hat in the mud, when outraged Philo appeared upon the scene. He seized the bridle with one hand and with the other he gripped the shoulder of the offender whom he threw off and would have thrashed if the larger' part of his attention and muscle had not been needed to manage the fretting colt. Lecture To-night. The Rev. Mr. Fisher proposes to lecture this "evening at the Methodist church on the question of the delnge. He claims that the del uge was not universal, and the object of his discourse will be to establish that proposition. Mr. Fisher is a hard stu dent, possessed of fine talents, and a cultivated speaker. If Providence, in the form of Dad weather, does not inter fere with his plan for this evening, as it did persistently last Winter when he worked so hard, in vain, to get through a series of lectures in the prophecies, we bespeak for him a full and appreciative congregation. Soibke Fbiday Night. There were not as many in attendance at this enter tainment as there should have been of the fair sex, we mean. The gentlemen were in abundance and so might have been the ladies, if just a wee little bit more callantrv had been put into play. The floor of the Turner Hall is perfectly charming to dancers; the dances there are merrv. not troubled with any exuber ance of style, always well conducted and enjoyable. The young ladies are carried awav with the enjoyment they experience there, but when the young gents' forget them and go alone, they prefer to stay at home. Db. Mooexab returned to Carson, yes terday, from the Sink of Carson near Wadsworth, Churchill county, where he went last Thursday to visit a very ill patient. He says the folk down there have gotten a day ahead, and falling in with them, he came to town yesterday and thinking it was Sunday in Carson as well as at the Sink, he took a bath and onntel himtutlf to the conviction beins heartily chagrined at the trouble into which he bad fallen Dy tne error, oome legislation must be taken by the Chur chill representatives to Dnng men con stituency a day backwards. Wobk Stopped. The work on that building for which we have racked our brains in vain to find a name but which is to contain foundry, round house, car manufactory, etc., has been stopped for a week by the cold weatner ana storm. To-rnorniw according to amosoherical promise, the temperature will be mild enough so tnat mortar win not ireeze, and the sun will have dried the stone sufficiently by that time, also, whereupon operations will be renewed. A. B. Dbiesbach. This enterprising heavy dealer in groceries, wines, liquoiu, porter, ale, hardware, cutlery, farming tools, crockery, powder and fuse, wall paper, window sashes, cement, tinware, ,:to., without a chance to rest, has his immense store filled to repletion and sells j heap because he sells much.' Banch aien eall there for your tools. Families diould get their butter, meats, etc., oi Diiesbach. Try him. Towards dark, yesterd ly evening, nu merous gents were rushing around the theater pulling Charley P.irker and hanU mg Handy Audy aTouud to get reserved seats, which had all been taken hours before failing, with the exception of a lucky few, 'even to secure a couple ol i-xtra chairs at the foot at the stage. Was there ever an occasion on which Dickens' "last man" did not appear? ' Suxday ScHooir Concebt. The chil dren of the Presbyterian Sunday School will give a sacred concert at the church this evening. We feel that the fact need rniv hn mentioned in order to secure the presence of a large congregation, as it is known that tne ennaren, asiunw their teachers and the choir, make very ut niwi- n.nl that thev also make very pretty recitations from scripture. A Fdxow, a brate, who had been promenading with a complaisant soiled dove last night took umbrage against her and began at Friabie's earner to beat her and kept her howling all the way to Brown's saloon and begging bin not to kill Her. Ohl Stern wnere warn yon f PatDay each was yesterday for the railroad boys. An amoani in the net -n-! borbood of $13,000, we an told, vh die. borse among them. The Olcovich Brothers have just re ceived a large fresh supply of every sort ji MrttmA In their farce var- iety stock. If you wish carpets, oil cloths, BUM, coats, pants, uww " shoes, etc., call ofi them as they pledge themselves to make you a bargain over which it will be Impossible, to grumble. New kid gloves of every style and var iety. - All Smooth. There has been no smash np on the V. k T. E. B.t for some time, and the wrecking car has been at work collecting the debri of past acci dents. Four C. P. flats were standing yesterday on the side track at the depot brought "down from American Flat, and from near the scales, looking rather crippled, in fact, considerable shattered. Scott's Sample Rooms. Here is the place where Scotty mixes the very Lest cocktails, cobblers; and gives yon, also, "straights" to make the hair .oil. his large, handsome si?n suspended nest dur to Charley Friend's jewelry stove. Call in, passers by: Scott will 'reat you well, and make yonr heart go cL There is a brutal wretch, by trade a carpenter, in this town, who beats his wife without mercy. Her screams draw out the neighborhood and she is found sitting in the street at times crying a lf her poor old heart would break. The next occasion at such brutality will be particularized. St. Valentine's Day is near at hand. If you want anything ugly and horrid, boys, to send in compliment to your teacher, call on Fox and Brooks. They have the softest and sweetest valentines, too. Special Deposits for the purchase of ..tato Inmlts have, been made at the Treas urer's office within the last ten days to . . iff the amount oi Fob the "Bouquet" brand of cigars, call at Fred Brooks' store opposite the Postofiice. A Slander Hefuted.---Visitors often complain that they can't find a good se gar in Carson. If they will only call on R. Fred Brooks, opposite the Ormsby TTr,i.ie tliev will ilitu-over that none but the best Imporrted Segars are retailed at two bite, ana tnat nis one on segars uic far superior to any other house; try them. No charge is made if goods are not satis factory. R. Fred Brooks, Bookseller, Stationer and Segar dealer, opposite the Ormsby House, next door to Rail's hard ware store. CLOSING OUT SALE Dry Goods & Shoes EOS SIXTY DAYS ONL Y ! AT THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE ! THE Emporium of Fashions ! Come One ! Come All ! And secure the greatest bargains ever offered to the Public of Carson aud vicinity in order to make room for a new and elegant stock of Spring and ' Summer Goods. ' THIS IS NO HUMBUQ ! Quick Seles and Small Profits la my Blotto I fe2-tf CHARLES HARRIS. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. MAXIM CS COMPANT OF CAR. son City, Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of said Compnny held on the FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1873, an assessment of FOUR DOLLARS per share was levid upon the Capital Stock of said Company, payable immediately in United Stages Gold Coin to the Secretary, at Carson City, Ormsby county. Nevada. Any stock noon which said asoesment shall remain unpaid on the FIRST DAY OF MARCH. A. D. 1H73, shall be deemed delinquent and will be duly advertised for sle at Public Aaction, and unless payment shill be made be fore, will be sold on FBIDAY, MARCH. 28th. 1873. to pay the delinquent assessaneut together with the coat of advertising aud expense of sale. By order of the Boar.1 of Trnstees. 3eb2-wlw CHARLES HARRIS. S;cretiry. MINT HOUSE. Corner Carson and Rooinson Streets, (near the United States Branch Mint,) CARSON CITY... NEVADA. 0. H PIHE, - - PROPRIETOR. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING P17R chased this well-known and popular Hotel is now prepared to accommodate regular anu transient customers. TERMS, REASONABLE. A share of public patronage is respectfully olicited. jal-tf D. H. PINE. HOTEL BUILDING TOR SALE. niHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE, JL at a bargain, the property known as the - BRYANT HOUSE, Sitnatedon the block North of the Mint. ' This is one of the best framed houses m tne State, to large and commodious and is especially ndaoted to the nurDoaes of a Public House, con. taining a great number of well ventilated rooms, ma a "Corral" in tne apper story, a urge i has latelv been added, and in which is afforded ample areonunodattoB for a Kitchen, Store boose, etc. This house together with the two lots of land upon which it stands will be sold at a great barean and on favorable terms by the subscriber who can be found on the premises. Carson, Jan. , 1873. 28tf SIERRA SEMINARY D AY OHO O L I For tsrsM and paiticuJaw address H. X. CLAPP, Principal, tesba City, Nevada- To tie Citizens of Carson I N OW IS TOUR CHANCE FOR FINK PHOTOGRAPHS. SUTTERLEY ft CO., OF VIRGINIA, Have opened a Branch Callory 1" rear of the Ornaabjr Hoaee, and will remain but a short time only, for the purpose of TAKING THE LEGISLATORS, and Citizen of Carson, wishing FINE WORK. will never have a newer snow man wu oe oi t thtf nrment time. I will remain here. myself for thirty days, assisted by Mr. FOX and ir. or. aim am prcpniwu w u-- cvnj style of work tnown to the photographic art. FINE RCMBRANDTS, Locket Pictures, LIFE-SIZE PHOTOCRAPH3, I would most especially call attention to my OIL FAINTIxGS ! Or Photographs Painted In OU I If you have any old Pictures you want cepied or nude to any' size, bring them in, aa lean make life pictures out of them. ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO VIEWING ! tCf Please call and see my fine views lately made ot all the Mills. Call in and see me. P. S. Reinembcrmy stay Is short t J. K SUTTEBLEY, Artist. ja28-tf CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Alexander Leport, CARSON STREET, Between King and Second Streets, Carson City. DEALER IN Produce and Groceries ; All Goods carefully selected with a special re gard for the requirements of the CARSON MARKET. FINE FAMILY FLOUR, MAC8AR0NI, ENCLISH AND AMERICAN CHEESES, Canned Vegetables and Fruits, FRENCH POTTED MEATS, SUPERIOR HAMS AND BREAKFAST BACON, And everything that can be found in a COMPLETE FAMILY STORE FLOVR, GRAIN, VEGETABLES, ETC.. At Wholesale and Retail. HARDWARE, TINWARE, CROCKERY, AND FURNISHING GOODS. GIVE ME A CALL. ALEXANDER LEPORT. jaul THE LATEST & MOST ELEGANT STOCK OF DRY GOODS, SHEYER & MORRIS, Sell the very best goods, of the rery latest styles, and at the lowest prices in the 3Ute. The Inest black shawls of all descriptions, a new lot of carpets and oil cloths. A full assortment of la dies, misses, and children' shoes. AU are Invited to call and coa vlnce themselves. I Next door to W., F. k Co.'s Express Office, Carson street. GREAT REDUCTION IN BLACK SILK III janl LTVERY STABLE, Carson street, opposite Wells, Fargo k Co.'s Ex press, Carson City. I BE ITXDERSIGXED HAVING US- i equalled facilities for carrying on his busi uess, is now better prepared than any livery stable proprietor in Nevada outside of Virginia City, to accommodate the public with Buggy and Carriage Equipments, FIXE SPANS, Stylish Turn-outs (all new) Su perior Saddle Horses, And everything that a first-clasa Livery Stable is supposed to be provided with. Picnics, Balls, Political Gather- - - ings, Funerals, etc., Supplied with vehicles and steady teams on the shortest notice. , Access to my stable can be naa at si sours oi the day - -might. . TERMS REASONABLE. A share of the patronage of the place is solic Tl J. M DENTON. Jal-tf .... Proprietor. J2 Location of Works. Hot Spring District. Douglas county, State of Nevada. Notioe i ueicujr given, u m .- - Trustees of aaid Company, held on the twenty third day of January. A. D MM, B mmomI of FIVE CENTS per share waa levied upon the i.-l -a l .Jl ,n.i..fc. MliMff MUM. dimtely in United States gold cotrt, tothe Seore- a..-. k4l aksalrl mmmmmmm ment shall remain unpaid on theM day of quent, and will be duly advertiaed for sale at made before, wilfbe told on Monday . 04th diy of MARCH, a. D. 1873, to pay the ddfnft. mi ni iMsnajaa ajpa a . HOLIDAY X Of At the lowest 8aa Fraadeca Prleee I JOHN G. FOX I IAN JTJI I 1 Stock of AH JVUT BEPLCNlinD MtM Fine T TKroUry, I.AOIKH' AND OENTIJCXKNV watches 6l Chaino Pin a, Rlnira, Bracelets, Came Seta, Dlamenda, SUrerware, Kte, Also, his Block of Gift Books, Initial Note Paper, Maaie, Gold Peaa Gold Penrlla aad Lamps of Elegant Patteras Of Stetawar natd other PlratClaes Makera. SHELF GOODS. NOTIONS, PINE GUNS, PISTOLS AND AMMUNITION, 1" o Ktc, EU., - Kta. N. B. Call and examine these good ana learn the prices of the same before pttrchaelnf elsewhere 1 r you want AT THZ MOST REASONABLE TERMS. JOHN C. FOX. Carsoa Street, opposite tho Pinna. fe6-tf o O j Scott's Sample Rooms, : : Two doors South of Conaty Build' ings. Canon City, ; : Always on hand the best brands of : : WINES.FRENCN B"AN0IE9,ttHiSKY : AMD MALT LKIUOBS, j At Wholesale and Betafl. j Jal-tf J. B. SOOTT, Proprietor, : O O JTJNIATA CONSOfclDATTO iVU Mining Company Location of works, An n.ra, Esmeralda county, Mote of Nvada. Ko- tice la Hereby tven. nns a j Word of Tmstsoi of said company, new at 17th da of January. A. 9. vn, aa w m am M in nUsat. I California. Aayatockapon whldii wain nnneia, on a OAT. the rrtH desr Of A. V. 1ITI, to hit the dtillnetwat costa of adveitletnn and of . the sate. CHABUH NZAl nacretary nny n Ttonm No. of emynve eenw pox w -r,T-the capital stock of said coaapanv , lyaMs la. ibnnhtv. at the ornos of fne- cwauiaaj, rasas nan rannanco. meat shall lesaaln nnpuo, on "",, 24th day of IXBBCABT, A. P. lIW. aaU he desaMdUsjoaent. and win by only ad vattlsid Irt"SSJ2fler5rX ft AJF. etffannMHHNP. Ltrgest Stlti Lowext Prlia A.B. DBIBOBAOII. o oar ! CARSON Oflora the Meet Ksteaatwe i anaalloatl caaaot no mm4 of iBlMs ! or '. cROccnico TO GIYS HE A CALL. Alwas an nana a Ml stsek at FLOUR AND FEED, I wines, u;c. fCSTQ A 111 r HAnowAntZe coTLcnr, Crooknr Oefta Powder and Fccp9 '- ?' Wall Papsr, Doora ccd T7bdc70b T7iad0T7 Olara. Paints, Oib asd 7ti, PftjAttLUVaxiAii Califbrda Lists Plaster Pari Plasterers1 flair, 41 Tiatyare, Eta. to I neve as Ian en' of fatas an one nan ' : ( tit. (': aeoasaWriaiftot'l 4'