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NEW DAILY APPEAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1873.
tif$iv fails ital. i eaT tlka Imifpn Ddlrma as tha MttkrfM Ckuik, Snnnay ia fktawqrMkiWlkiMwddaa Da. The lecturer, the Ber. A. N. Fisher, ttted in introdnction of his theme, that the story ot the deluge Li no mere legend of the dead past It it an appropriate theme of pulpit discussion, since its im peachment as a fact of history discredits the entire account of the divine admin istration of old world affairs, nnd de prives ns of a knowledge of the prin ciples controlling in God's government of men. As preliminary to presentation of the evidence supporting the account in Gen esis, it important that one or two pop ular errors on the subject be corrected. It is very generally supposed that the earth at the time of the flood was as densely populated as now. But scripture affords little ground for such theory. Noah was in the tenth generation from a mwtA aUhnnoli antediluvians lived to number their years by centuries, there is no reason to believe that the average increase in any generation was greater than now. It is wholly probable that in the time of Noah the entire population of the globe was no greater than the present population of Storey county, nor was said population dispersed abroad. tnnlliw mnnv nf difficult With the story as found in Genesis is its supposed teaching concerning the extent of the deluge. That it was universal as regards the human population is unquestionably taught, but that the entire globe was sub merged to tne aepin Ol nve nines nuu not atatmA TtlA laW9 of HCriDt- nral interpretation do not require such MnJwiniT nf iTifl Rv mint. Science ure- aents weighty argument against the theory of universal deluge. Astronomy objects that an increase of SVU UftiltTV All UIC CIJUaHHldi iuiuuwi w the earth would occasion a change in its orbit and hurl disaster through the entire planetary system. Otology declares not only that there are no traces of a general flood since the 1ianviAl norinn hnt. that certain resrions. a.v... i ' r as for instance the volcanic district of Auvergne in central France, presents ln- jliannt&hln ovinnHt that thev have not been covered by water since man became an inhabitant oi tne eann. 7uJuhi jimhinila with mnch reason. that a building of the dimensions of the Ark could not contain the animals neces sary to be preserved alive in the event of nniTMml folniM and the variety and quantity of provision required for their sustenance aunng an enure year, x rui. iiMsci'v Btcfl thut than ata mnre than five thousand species which must have . . .. a "I ," been represented in sucn general aenver ance. That any such assemblage of ani mals from all parts of the earth was at tempted is incredible. Their gathering even would argue a more stupendous miracle than is recorded in sacrea writ. TKd svMfttrer hare rested the argument reserving for the succeeding lecture to be delivered next Sabbath evening, pre sentation of the evidence which, in his judgment, abundantly demonstrates the truthfulness of the Mosaic account of the deluge. Episcopal Chcrch. After morning prayer and the singing of the old Mis sionary hymn : " From Greenland's Icy Mountains," the Rev. Mr. Allen spoke on the foreign mission of the Episcopal Church, and of the duty of every disciple of the Master to contribute liberally toward the support of the Missionaries of the Cross who devote themselves to this service ; are the highest type of he roes : almost saviors to tne human race For the great and important work in which they are so unselfishly engaged, the speaker would appeal for aid, in the name of Him who came to lead erring, homeless children back to the Father's love and protection. He gave an ac count of the condition of the various missions which the Episcopal Church has established in other lands, ine Greek Mission has been under the care of the Itev. Dr. and Mrs. Hill for nearly forty years, and has exerted a great influ ence throughout Greece. The West African Mission, under the charge of Bishop Payne for thirty-five years, has produced a wonderful change along the despised, down-trodden coast of Africa. There are twenty thousand commnni " cants ia the Episcopal African Church, and fifteen thousand children in the Sun day Schools. A great and good work is in progress in China and Japan, and the results of past efforts are very encour aging for future labors. Mr. Allen said, ia conclusion, that he had appointed Ash-Wednesday as the time for the pre sentation of the offerings of the mem bers of his Church for " Foreign Mis sions." He hoped that the amount would be in proportion to their means, and an unmistakable evidence that they weve deeply interested in the fulfillment of the petition which they daily utter: "Thy Kingdom Come." Sunday Schooi Concert. The Pres byterian Church was comfortably filled Sunday evening to heartheehildren of the Sunday School sing their little songs and recite verses from Scripture. The enter tainment was highly creditable to children and teachers and pleased the audience gaeatly. The building of the embianmtic temple, on an original and quite ingen ious plan, typical of the church militant with Christ for the corner stone, was conducted, in a charmuog manner by the little boys and girls. The various class es presented offerings, in the way of con trioutiom to the missionary cause. Mrs. Cotton's class contributed the Targest sum over $11 and was honored with the complimentary title of "Banner Class." 1 ' ' SKttfioB CuPr took the chair (byre quest) yesterday afternoon, when more questions were sprung, on- him than he could entertain or listen to-. He stood it as long as he could, when the roll being called on the appeal from the decision of the chair be answered " no " to his- own name. This was the end of the rope. The Senator gracefully begged to be re lieved and resumed his seat as much pleased as the rest and smiling' all over his face. - U. S. Bkaxch Mint; Bekt. The Carson City Branch Mint received, yes terday, 12.554 ounces of gold and silver bullion from the . Crown Point mine, Gold Hill, Ner., for melting and assay Deposits wen also made of mixed gold and sUrer km aofeagc. Caxson and the Sunday Law in the Shuts. Mr. Lockwood's bill for the better observance of the Sabbath was read in the Senate, yesterday, and was spoken for forcibly by bimseu ana outer Senators, Mr. McClinton among the number. Mr. McC. thought it a pecu nnnA hail an1 he was nleased. for the sake of Carson, that it was introdu ced. It is one of tne worst towns w Nevada. Whisky shops and holes in the wall where they gamble and swear meet the view wherever you turn; and all this to demonstrate the hopeless wickedness of the town m upno u. the efforts of a clergy representative in point of culture and e.oquence. Ixarn bling in fact has become so universal hprsftlf coiild not keep lunn haav v, - aloof they actually gamble (he did not state the game wneraer wmsivj pin. .h,,t tiir the KiiiiDort of the church. The bill must take effect pretty soon at least by the tnna the legislature ujmi..iB and carries its benign influence away with it for the town is very bad. Pres ident pro tern. Crawford reminded the gentleman that the Legislature was stiil in session. At Aurora (McClinton lives at Aurora) they have only a sermon once in a way by an iutinerant preacher, and yet the people behave decently. They close stores, workshops, etc. Mr. Lock wood asked him about the Vigilance Committee ? .Mr. McClinton replied that Aurora was almost as bad as Carson be fore the committee was organized. Mr. Moore asked Mr. Lockwood wh-.-n he left Aurora? Mr. Lockwood: "Just after the Vigilance Committee was formed." By this it will be seen that the dignified Senators do sometimes joke ! "Unmasked." This is decidedly a poor piece, and without some fine speeches put into the mouth of Mrs. Lamar, would be hardly less than exe crable. The chief fault, and the crush ing one, lies in this : that while endeav oring to sympathize with the dishonored witVwho with crazed brain nnd broken heart is making piteous appeals, and at one stage of the action, overcome with the despair and horror of her situation, bursts forth in a harrowing, demoniac h thoughts of the audience are forced to turn upon a coarse brute w ho interrupts every onrairai ui it.. tf Hm wretched woman, with IUC ' ifcl M w - language utterly bold and senselessly vulgar. The cultivated mind is dis gusted with the chief scenes which occur under these circumstances. An audi ence of " Hoosiers " would actually laugh at the words of the brutal husband addressed to his wife, when she a pic ture of utter woe undisturbed in her role, would have made all shed tears who had any to shid. This excruciation might be too bad, but it is something better, probably, than disgust. Miss Dargon had a difficult, cheerless part to act, and she acted it well. The struc ture of the play, however, interfered with the development of her native awl acquired powers as an actress ; besides, l . . . i.Timiiinp of the niece was not aiaU) 1 in. ... , - i . . adapted to or comprehensive in spirit or paSSlOll lUr UCI cvmcuf gvuiHJ ..o m resentative of the higher order of char acter. - Deborah. The theater was crowded again last night to witness the perform ance of Piper's troupe. The play was good all the way through. Miss Dargon sustained the character of the deserted Jewess admirably. She rather became than represented the characteristic daughter of Israel, when enraptured and aglow with the Orient maiden's first love, when doubting when rejected, when an outcast and a beggar, and when finding her vengeance at hand she re lents and her later hate gives way and is swallowed up in her earlier affection. The tragic of the piece was well acted altogether, while Peter and Rose brought down the house every time they appeared, and kept up the laughter as long as they remained in sight. Camille will be played to-night. The play is too well known to need comment. We bespeak a large, appreciative and delighted audi f.nll eurlv tn aft vnur seats, or r . you may find yourself in the same box witn some oi tnose ias mgm, uu gui no seats at all. Pbesbytebian Sociable. The ladies of the Presbyterian Church request us to uav tn their friends in town that On next Wednesday (to-morrow) evening, they will give one oi their quiet nine soci ables at the residence of Mrs John An accident occurred on the road near the Mound House, yesterday. Nu merous members of the Legislature were detained thereby, which caused the As sembly to adjourn for the morning. Wrlrbtjsr Ar. Wilson Sewing Machines We are glad to be able to tell onr read ers that it permanent agency lor tne saie of Wheeler and Wilson's sewing Ma- nhinsa has been established here in Car son. Mr. P. B. Fox is the agent; and he will sell tne said macmnes oi tne Intent st.vle and havins? all the newest improvements at San Francisco rates freight added. He will attend, promptly, to all orders for machines and the re pairing and reconstruction thereof. Seamstresses pronounce the Wheeler & Wilson to De tne nest macnine manu- actured. A Qt ivnrn TtmrrrTCD. Visitors often complain that they can't find a good se- gHr 111 VHrmJii. ai t"t j R. Fred Brooks, opposite the Ormsby House, they will dfcfceve that none but t&t Keoiim are retailed at two bits; and that bis one bit segars are far superior to any etner noose;- try meiu. 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. Vebt Thus. Out friend John R. says the longer you live the more yon know and he is right. Look out for "smart Alecs" and "cheap Johns." But having been cheated to your satisfaction if you want custom made suits from h good responsible firm, call on J. E. Dealy, Carson City, agent for Joseph Figet, merchant tailor and clothier, San Francisco. . , jl7tf Havana Lottebi Tickets, $22 ; cou pons $1.10 each. Agency at Brooks' Segar, Fancy Goods and Stationery Store, opposite the Ormsby House, Car son City, Not. Prizes cashed on pre sentation. Look out for counterfeits. A WANT SUPPLIED ! OLCOVIOH BROS., HAVE RECE1TED Boots and Shoes, Boots and Shoes, Boots and Shoes, Cents' Boots Youih3' ESoot3, Boys' Boots, LADIES' SHOES, MISSES' SHOES, CHILDREN'S SHOES, ELEGANT STYLES AND GREAT VARIETY ! ALSO CLOTHING, CARPETS, ETC. OLCOVICH BROS., Carton & Fourth Sis., Carn City. feb'-ff CLOSING OUT SALE OF Dry Goods & S hoes EOB SIXTY DAYS ONLY! AT THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE ! THE Emporium of Fashions ! Come One ! Come All ! And secure the greati st bargains ever oflVreil to the Public of Carson ami vii-itiity in order to make room for a new and elugant stock of Spring and Summer Coods. THIS IS HO HUMBU3 ! Quick Sales and Small Profits is my Motto t fe2-tf CHARLES HARRIS. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. MAXIM GIS COMPAXT OP CAR son City, Nevada Xotie is ht-reby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees nf said Compnny held on the FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 187:t. an assessment ot FOUR DOLLARS per share was levUd upon the Capital Stock of siml Company, payable immediately in United Sta'es Gold Coin to the Secret irv, at Cirson City. t)r;nsby county. Xevada." Any stock noon which siid assesment shall remain unpaid on the FIRST DAY OF MARCH. A. D. in" J, shall be deemed delinquent and will be duly advertised for sale at Public Auction, and unless payment shall be made be fore, will be sold on FRIDAY, MARCH, 2Sth. 1873. to pay the delinquent assessment together with the cost of advertiseing and expense of sale. By order of the Board of Trustees. 5eb2-4wlw CHARLES HARRIS, Secretary. JIIKT HOUSE. Come Carbon and Rohinson Streets, (near the United States Branch Mint,) CARSOS CITY ....NEVADA. D. N. PINE, - - PROPRIETOR. THE TJXOERSIGXED H AVING PCR chased this well-known and popular Hotel is now prepared to accommodate regular and transient customers. TERMS, REASONABLE, A share of ptfblic patrbflage is respectfully solicited. af-tf D. H. PINE. HOTEL BUILDING F03 SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE, at a bargain, the property known as the BRYANT HOrSE, Situated on the block North of the Mint. "This is one of the best framed houses in the State, is large itid commodious and is especially adapted to the purposes of a Public House, con taining a great number of well ventilated rooms, and a "Corral"' in the nnner story. A large L Ti lately been added, and in which is afforded ample accommodation tor a Aitenen, store house, etc. This house together with the two lots of land ttnon which it stands will be sold at a great bargan and on favorable tertns bf the subscriber who can De louna on tne premises. i a. suiAn i . Carson, Jan. 28, 1873. '8tf NOTICE. Totlce Is hereby (riven that the nit- dersigped have old all there right, title Hi interest iM a contract between James Rigby nd themselves, in the wood business, and thiat all debts which had accrued from the date of the contract and all bills due said firm, will be paid and collected respectively by the purchaser, C WEiXETTE ALr Ktir Dl l'MS. LOUIS WELLETTE. Caron City, Jannary 11, 1873. lm OJF ECOTJ-aE Magnolia Saloon, County Building. Henry Kaiser Proprietor. U A VETO RENTED THE RESTAIT- W m . .... t nnh mi.l in tn M aimnlia St. . . i.. i ,u tin tra vul inis and resl- dent public that I intend keeping the choicest of oatables. I stall always be on hand to super intend the cooking ol maals and give atten jion to my customers. Meals at all noora oay uw . . i .. tl.,TiVn f ixme-T m fllnr. rntiw iwun mj "in- - -- ry and Ormsby streets, in rear ol County Build ing, orders for Buppers, Balta and other par ties filled on short notice. febl-tf HENBY KAISER. To the Citizens of Carson ! Now is your chaXcb for fine PHOTOGRAPHS. SUTTERLEY & CO., OF VIRGINIA, Have opened a Branch Gallery" in the rear at the Ormsby House, and will remain but a short time only, for the purpose of TAKING THE LEGISLATORS, and Cli2"ns of Carson, wishing FINE WORK, will never have a better show than will lc of fered at the present time. I will remain here, niveJf for thirty days', assisted by Mr. FOX and Mr. lS'OE. and am prepared to execute evt-ry styleof work known to the photographic art. FINE REN! BRANDTS, Locket Pictures, LIFC-SIZE photographs, I would most especially call attention to my OIL. ! Or Pilot ojrra !- Painted in Oil ! If von have any old Picture ynt want espied or made to any pize, bring them in, as 1 call make life pictures out ot tuom. ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO VIEWING ! Please call and see my fine views lately made ot all the Mills. Call in aud see me. P. S. Kemehibermy stay is short ! J. K. SlUTTERLEV, Artist. ja28-tf CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Alexander Leport, CARSON STREET, Between King and Second Streets, Carson City. DEALER IX Produce and Groceries ; All Goods carefully selected with a special re gard for tike requirements of the CARSON MARKET. FINE FAMILY FLOUR, RIACCAEONI, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CHEESES. Canned Vegetables and Fruits, FEEXCH POTTED MEATS, SUPERIOR HAMS AND BREAKFAST BACON, And everything that can be found in a COMPLETE FAMILY STORE FLOI R, GRAIX, VEGETABLES, ETC., At Wholesale and Retail. HARDWARE, TINWARE, CROCKERY, FURNISHING COODS. GIVE ME A CALL. ALEXANDER LEPORT. janl THE LATEST & MOST ELEGANT STflcJi OP DRY GOODS, 09 SHEYER & MORRIS, j Sell the very best goods, of the very latest styles, and at the lowest prices in tbe 3ttte. The inegt black shawls of all descriptions, a new lot of carpets and oil cloths. A full assortment of la dies, misses, and children's shoe. All are Inviteil ta call and ton--iric themsflTes. Next door to W., F. k Co.'s Express Office, Carson street. 6REAT REDUCTION IN BLACK SILK III janl LIVERY STABLE, Carson street, opposite Wells, Fatgo & Co.'s Ex press, Carson City. pHE I'XDERSIGXED HAVING IX- ! equalled facilHtesfor carrying on his busi ness, is now bi tter 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 everythinfr that a nrst-clato 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 had at all hours ot the day "might. TERMS REASONABLE. A share of he patronage of the place is solic- J. M BENTON. jal-tf Proprietor. JVSIATX CONSOLIDATED SILVER Mining Company Location of works, Au rorav Esmeralda county, State of Nevada. No tice is hereby Riven, that at a meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of said company, held on the 17th day of January, A. D. 1873, an assessment of sixty-five eects per share was levied upon the capital stock of said company, payable im mediately, in United States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, room No 10.40-2 Montgomery street, San Francisco, California. Any stock upon which Mid ment shall remain unpaid, o MONDAY, the 24th day of FEBRUARY, A. D. 1873, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale, at public auction, and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on MON DAY, the 17th day of MARCH, A. D. 1873, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. CHARLES J. NEA1., Secretary. Office Room No. 10.4U2 Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cal'. Jah21-lm HOLIDAY At the LtfWait San Francisco Prices t C. FOX If AS JVST REPLfeMSHED MIS ISTM-iio Jewelry, LADIES' AXD CEmEMEX'S watches & Chains Pins, RinifK. Bracelets, TantCrt Sets. Diamonds, Silvent-afc', Etc, Also, bis Stock of Gift IJrtoks. Initial Xofe Paper, .Music, Gold Pehs Gold Pencils and Lamps of Elegant Patterns Of Sfcinway and other f lrst;tlas Makers. SHELF COODS, NOTIONS, FINE GUNS, PISTOLS AND AMMUNITION, Ete.y EJtc, Etc. N. B. Call and examine these goods and learn the prices of the same before purcliiig elsewhere IF YOU WANT Grodd AT THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. JOHN C. FOX, Carson Street, opposite the Plain. fe6-tf f Scott's Sample Rooms, j ' Two doors south of County Build- ings, Carson City, ; Always on hand the best brands of : WlNES. FRENCH BRANOIESrWHiSKt : AND MALT LlyUOBS, At Wholesale and Retail, : jal-tf J. B. SCOTT, Proprietor, WM. B. CORrfETT. O. CO&BETT. CORBETT HOUSE, Ofte block sonth mt the IT. H. Stint, CARSON STREBT, Oarsou Olty- Board by the Week, Day or Meal with or without Lodging. The accommodation! offered at this Hotel tt. he traveling public are unsurpassed by any in this State. THE WINTER TRADE! Largest Sales lowest Prices A.B. DRIES BACH, Wholesale and Retail! Grocer ! CARSON STREET Oars .ix City, Offers die Most Extensive stack on the Smallest Margins will not be bent cannot be undersold bats tfcs) best Ot everything, nnd 1st ites aU wanting ' GROCERIES TO GIVU ME A CALL. Always on band full stock i FLOtTR AND FEED, WINES, LIQUORS, PORTER A ALE Also HARDWARE, CUTLER V, Nails. Scales Crockery Ware Powder and Fuse, Wall Paper5, Doors and Windows, Window Glass, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes California Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement, Plasterers' Hair, Tinware, Etc, Etc. I hare as large a stock of gwxl as an tans in the Trade, and am prepared to fnrhlsh by WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Erary srtlcla bora njentioned. ; Qoodi aeUTrned free of charge. Jal-td A. B. DBpAnT.