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NEW DAILY APPEAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1873.
(The ;jfiu Ihiln SppKil.
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: Cos: cm.
Tin: Orjilian's ILiiu i-ill iutroiliceil in
Hie Assfmiiiy 5iY Mr. Muni-noi of Story,
was ni:i!)i1.l in tlto Sonata ati.l sent
lack to tin- Assimi!iy for concurrence
wiiirii "v.wi liiu.' to Vn; fallowing discus
si. in:
i.-.t. A-iii'mlinc-nt to retain the old
i ".vol c st-.l of the Surveyor (ii'iiein!,
t s nt !!:- mill Trrjiiiuivr.
Mr. (Iivv ami Mr. S;tYii,.. favoreii tho
:-i;:c?i.l:i,i !it. Mr. t'ri'iw f.iril (ijijiiiSiiil it.
iln ilivnt. i1. the Suit-, iiiitt iitli iiluf 1'nliHc
instruction :i .'rup.r person to le :i
tliivclur. irli' i:ulu no lijlit fcrlUv. J.Ir.
I'tsiier, !:it for that Sl.ilo oiik-ir. Ho
L.el seen more iiiu.1 thrown in these
isiinisti ri il "itits tli;ui in iaiy lc;,'islntive
k? niggle.-. Ii' h:i.i seen t'-il.iy a minis
ter loiiSyin i'.;;:iiiisi tin Siijerinti'iiiieiit
of l'u!i!ii: liu.tr.i.tiun.
.Mr. I'A.y iliou-.l.t f :i!i men tho Su
j. i'i;.i i:il- iil sltoniil K i'.i the ll.wnl.
Mr. Mnrris.iii suiil what in' v.otlhi suy
.;:.-. minor, l;:it. l.o he'ievi'il it. An to
tin; Sup-'iintin.l. .lit oi-h'.t; :i minister ho
ii.nl no iil.Ti ;i minister woiii-i always
!n- S.ijii riiitriil nl if ii. thought so, he
ui:;lit oppose it. iiut ivli!.;ioii was in
t iiis: ti-hl. r.iT.oisc 1 1n- Si;i'.i'iintHnih'iit
is a Mi'tho'lisl thi-iv is fear lie may t:il:o
the- chilihen io lh.it chiiit h, uutlthr.t is
the c.uiso .)' (his opposition. It was
i-M1 litis was at;!-f-l to. io save an ap
propriation lri::i; ln.i.le to (he Catholic
Orphan Asylum. Fisher wants to be
k-lt out o; tin- li!l, he In1:; it, hut he
never thought of Fisher when he chew
the hill. lioth li 'iiarl an.l SjIiooUhl;
naii I they iliil not want tole on the hoaxi!
personally, ami heeanse they liave, as
State oIKeers, to au.iit ami pay their own
bills. Mr. Morrison h.iii no choice in
religions, he l lieveii i:i ki-eiiing re!it;ion
out of leoislaiioii, but, beiiii; in, one was
as l;oo-.1 as another to him. lie opposed
coni urreiu'e, cppose.l !. iiii; ivhippeil into
religious tracts.
Mr. Grey said he ilitl not oppose Mr.
Fi.:hiT, but he fcuvt'il Uoii-elli leiiee would
fnlluw ou thepnit of the Senate unless
tile House receded.
Mr. Morrison: "Ii' there is no merit
in the biii for it to stand on. if this reli
gious ii;.;ht i-. to kili it, ill the li.i.ne of
Go;i 1c i it die."
Mr. Mac!; thought religions discussion
i y noii-iviigioj.ists out of lime.
Mr. Hart tichijj opposed to legislating
religionists into olli-e ask.d to be ex
cused froiii voting.
The aiaeniliiK-nt b ing put to vote was
lost.
2nd. Amendment fixing salary of Su
perintendent and Matron at $150 per
month. Lost.
:id. Amendment striking out part of
he clause as to orphans remaining at
t'-c! Home after the age of IS. Lost.
On vol! call the House refused to concur
in the i il'.iis am-. nd.d by the Senate, as a
whole, by to 7. Mr. Morrison desired
to amend so as to provide that the chil
dren may hi taken to each church in
turn, but was referred by the Speaker to
any committee of conference that may
"no "appointed on the bill as the only power
to amend.
Off the T::ace Ykeck of a Ditmp
Cut. The 3:45 i.st. trtun froia Virginia
did not roach Carson last night until
, x ...., i .1. .... , .i . ri
aooui oi;,.i o ci'jck, niisii
iiave lieon here ai about d r. jr. r rera a
p:'.ssin;;er wc learn that thec;mse of the
diti ntion was as t'ollov.s: The train con
sisted of five or six "dumps"' or iron
enrs !:'.!ed with silver ore, iinaiedi.rteiy
beliiia! t!ie ciigiae, temler ami wood cars;
ir tive piriform cars, and a cabo 'e car
with passengers brought up thr roar.
Winn sum-.1 distance below tho Mound
iioiise and near tlu Ihiicka switrh, the
lfai?i passed uarrovv curve in the road
ii;ile briskly, bnr i.ot at all loo fast for
si:. tr:-.vi ling, when it was noticed that
sod! thing waswroiig, and the conductor,
on ihe cabooses put down the brakes,
ai'ier which il was seen th.it one of the
ihiiiip c-i'.is (loaded wiih i'l'lclrr ro for
th.e Mi rriieac i:::!! car No. 7, wethii.k)
w is itepressed below the others oil the
right s:dc, and the engine was stop
ped. Til.; dump Was oil ihe Uac.c,
and had run so from the curve
a'mvv .'lieii'.ioued, about three hun
dred yards, the right-hand v. la els run
ning outside and Use left wheels inside
the rails, and injuring i ho ties coasid. r
ali!. After the injured rar had been
scp.ir.ited from the oth ,-r.-., tne nc. u from
. t i- - 1 . ...o !...
me ir.iiti i-omiiieiiei'ii iiiiioioi; o.ii. iul-
ore and making other arrangements t
c'n arllietr.u k. Our informant did not
leave the caboos. for the wreck inmiedi
aiely, and lH-foro he' did so lac engine
had evidently made an eil'ort to Jinll the
wii ck oil the track and failed, for the
scene was melaliciioly to behold.. The
road was strcweii with ipiartz, and the
inuipcar was all of a heap, with iis nose
in the ground and ult ra in the air, like
a pig in a small (rough; for the fore
and hind wheels were all hlliidhd to
gether ill front, tlie whole' slanting
against the hillside, whereas the only
liope was to throw the w;-kovr the
O her or left side of the track, winch
was precipitous. A eabl- was lin n at
tached, and the engine palN-d and
aiappe. I it in twain : but ii was again
attached, and after a few pulls the dump
was dragged and thrown s..me life en
feet over the pie ipice. After this the
e ngine gave out, ami thus Jalt.:is stood
v Lilt: new trains acisimidait d u llh
.-.ides, lii-side: the track had to l.o re
paired. The wiecktd dump could not
easily lf seen while off the lia -k, as it
t was uext to the head of the dumps, and
i on ved along without noise.
I It v.as idly rumored, yesterday, that
Le niaiTiage of Justice liclkuap lo the
hoighter of his Excellency (iovernor
Dracliey was indefinitely postponed. We
have it from the Ix-st source that such is
by no means the case; but that a mere
temporary postponement has been reu-d'-rcd
necessary by the extreme illness of
Mr. Mttiovnn, Journal Clerk of the
Assniihbi, who is lying at the point of
death in'one of the chaml ers occupied,
jd present, as the gubernatorial mansion,
(liiAxi) li.ov Oct. Tivmorrow (Sal
nrdry; night, there will be at Virginia
eitv a grand (invention of all interested
in the celebration of the one hundredth
anniversary of the I'nited States. The
movers in this mass meeting want cvery
b.dy to lie there and take palt.
Ti k aiieilgwl ag;-ssor in the shooting
raj.e of Wednestlav comes up for trial
lore Justice WitiieivU to-day at 10
SI'
1k1
Mystkbiocs. Tin; following memorial
was handed tu tho Secretary of the Sen
ate, yesterday, by the Prcvndoii! to read.
Vi'e have been unable to iind out its
origin: "We, the undersigned, humble
petitioners of the Siate of Nevada, re
spcctluily ask that you wiil enact and
enforce such laws as you may, in your
best judgment, conceive necessary to
s.'op the present evil practices and that
hereafter yon will control the conduct ol
thosa truly unfortunate, fanatical and
misguided people known as Mormons."
After this memorial had been listened to
with interest, the Secretary read as fol
lows from an a:iti-Mormon gazette at
tached: "It was customary lor Joseph
Smith to convene many ladies in the
large room in the Temple. On one side
of this room was a large number of
small rooms, said to bo used for private
conference houses. It became known,
in the course of events, that Jos Smith
fell desperately in love witli a very Ihiiu
tiful and interesting lady of line aceom
piishmeiiis. Joseph was very anxious
that social intimacy should exist between
them." At tiiis point one Senator asked
leave b.r a half hour, anotherdiiring the
further reading; and several members
took French leave." One Senator said
by wa of excuse for his absence, that
he did not w ish to listen to such an "ad
vertisement.'' Others thought the mat
ter unimportant, and all were excused.
The author (unkiiown i was allowed by
resolution the privilege of having his or
her memorial printed at his or her ex
pense. Thkatku To-mc.ht.---We are in pos
session of a dispatch from John riper
which informs us 'hat Miss Dargon will
appear oa the Carson . tage again this
evening in the role of Meg Merrill's,
which she performed with such applause
here last week. Miss largou has been
the delight of the Virginia and Gold
Mill people sinee .she left Carson, and
Piper's Opera House has been crowded
on every oce.isi.m of her appearance.
Guy Manneiing is a piece that abounds
in eloquent, passionate spteehes in
which the grains of Miss Dargon as an
elocutionist and u preventative of ehar
ai ter finds excellent opportunity for dis
play. V.'e are assured moreover that
shewi'd be sustained well in the play.
ly ten o'clock to-day we presume thai
every sa-af in the theater will be engaged
and the "last man'' be scon Hying
around in despair bootlicking Andy for
extra chairs.
Calico. Arrangements haw been
made for the coziest, pltasantest little
party imaginable, to take place at i lie
Turn Yerein Hall this evening under
the management of Mr. lhirus the gen
tlemanly and accomplished teacher of
the dance in Carson. His pupils give
the party. Fifty tickets only have been
prepared for the occasion. Procure one
of these if you would make sure of get
ting in, for, in order to save the little
hail from being overcrowded, money of
fered at the door will not tie taken as
the equivalent of a ticket. Twenty-six
dances are on the programme, several of
which are new to Carson. Coffee will
!e served at all hours during the enter
tainment iitii a light lunch.
Tcmbled Tmsouon. In the grand rush
for cords and hats at the ball, Tues
day night, a man. said to be a Legisla
tor got half way through the delivery
hole and refused in compliance with the
voice of the crowd either to wriggie back
wards or to go through altogt tiier, where
upon s.uiiefellow on the outside who had
a skull cap on deposit we Lear some
thing about a certain Justice of the
Peace in that connection which he was
afraid of being scparatad from too long,
gave the man a push that was poised
half way on his belly and sent him
sprav.iiug into the pit, down some seven
or eight feet to the ground. The Solon
showed !iu.ht but the Justice of ihe Peace
had retired.
Pkksoxal. lion. J o
in fn i.i Pioehe veslei
u Oirtier tame
aw lie seems
like a man who has returned to his hap
py and expectant family in full and por
ted health; and while we congratulate
them upon his evident healthfnlness, we
are v.ry glad to see him in Carson once
more: and with many another, hope
th ii his half-formed San Francisco pro
pis may be given up in favor of this as
a place uf residence.
CiiSTr.SNlAl.. -There were some subslan
ial results coming from Major McCoy's
cail for Wednesday night. The meeting
was well attended notwithstanding the
fatigue arising from the ball of the pre
vious night, and as many as one hundred
and eleven shares were subscribed for
HjMin t)ie spot. The work will be pros
ecuted in Virginia, where a ecnnteiiial
meeting is soon to be held.
A gentleman appeared at Legate's
stand and was absorbed in a plate of hot
cukes over 'Gr .wle-.'s' counter, the morn
ing after the otab game for hats and
overcoats at the ficgislaiiv.; ball - he was
rigged out ill somelxidy else's coat and
hat --when a d irkcy slid up behind him
and said: "Mister, that's iivcoat you've
oot on." And so it was. J!ui where is
the gentleman's coat?
Vis haw heard from sources which we
are no! ineliii'dto question thatthe mar
riage in high hfe which has been on the
Itiii for some tone has been deferred for
the present, on account of the extreme
iliutss of Mr. MeGovcrn, who occupies a
chamber in the gubernatorial mansion.
Co.vr on- Di:rosiT. A gent'c.nan who
lost his coat in the general grab game at
the Legislative ball, took somebody else's
to lieno with him, which he has sent
back to the railroad otlice in Carson to
the care of Mr. Hunter a large tine
brown overcoat. Call and get it.
V. S. F.a.'.M H Mixr 11kioi:t. The
toted amount of mixed bullion, gold and
silver, received, yesterday, at. the Carson
Citv Hranch Mint w.is':!l,011 ounces,
sent in from different parts in the Stato
for melting and assaying.
We cail the attention of lhose who
wish lightning lessons in phonography,
telegraphy by sound, and verbatim re
porting, to the advertisement of Thos.
Gouldin.in to-day's issue of the Appeal.
V.'e acknowledge our indebtedness
for complimentary tickets to the select
readings by Miss Dargon at the Metho
dist Church on the 24 inst.
Mi:. MeOovorn, so Dr. Ilerrick tells
ns, is much better and strong hopes are
entertained of his recovery.
THE IMPERIAL
Insurance Co. of London
Soup'I Business Considerations
why the Imperial should
he preferred
TO ANY OTHER FOREIGN COMPANY:
First It was estalilirfluil in l:t, aial is the
olilest KIKK Insurance CmiipHIij represented
ill tiiu Unite! States.
Set'oi'il- It liasa Kiiliseribi'il capital of fS.dlK).
0(10, of which sa.riiHi.imi) is i'aiu up in Unlit,
with further ti iiiiiniutnleil assctR nf f2.!li,llli
making it at mice the Strongest awl Riehebt
1'ire Insurance (Tinirpimy in t'.ie Worlil.
Thinl Tins TOMr any pons a Fire Buslnma
Ketsi 4'! -, ami nniieuf its assets arc liable
In Ipe (liverti "t fur like or maiiink hisses, asia
the caw Willi a li. ether Knelish (Ynnpaiiieti ivp-ri-'Uti
tt ta this fi.aiit.
Foiivfh This rmnmnv'K losses at CHIOAfiO
wi'iv less than .: hi'Miu:i thktosu hollars
aint have b.i n puiit in full. noi.l.lt nw hollar.
THE
Fireman's Fund
INSURANCE COMPANY !
Of San Francisco !
TU Most liimlar anil Keliable Home
Complin) ii the
"PACIFIC COAST
Having withstood the Great Disasters
of Chicago and Boston Fires and
Paid nil its Losses fully I
RICE & PETERS,
Ag-ents at tlir Katikintf Hoitso f
Wells, Farjro t Co.,
CARSOX CITV, XEVADA,
fel-tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
ORXKR OF CAliSON AND THIRD STREETS,
Carson City, Nevada.
GEORGE TUFLY, - - PROPRIETOR.
EVKKY PAINS AVIM BE TAKEN TO
sustain the reputation of this old established
public house and to render it worthy of a cou
tinnani'iMif the liberal patronage which it has
hitherto en joyed.
The Iodjrinier Department, the Tahle
and the Bar
Will lie sustained in first-class style. Special
exertions are made to give to the St. Charles
the clianu-ter of a thoroughly desirable and
.oiiimoilious FAMILY HOTEL.
A fair share of transient and resident patron
age is solicited.
jnl-if OF.ORG E TUFLY. Proprietor.
JFLestaii-rfxxit and.
Magnolia Saloon, County Building.
Henry Kaiser Proprieto
HAVING RENTED THE RESTAU
rant and Lunch Stand iu the Magnolia Sa
loon, 1 1! leave to notify the traveling and resi
dent public that I intend keeping the choicest
of oatables. I shall always be on hand to super
intend the cooking of inoals and give atten
tion to my customers.
Meals at all hours day and night.
Private rooms at my residence, corner of Cur
ry and Ormsby streets, in rear of County Build
ing. Order t for Suppers, Balls, and other par
ties filled o: short notice.;
fL.ll-tf HENRY KAISER.
WANTED-By an American Woman
a situation as housekeeper; is an excel
lent conk anct general m.nauer-tlio country
preferred. Address: Mrs. U. B. TIIXINGHAST,
Virginia Citv, Nevtda. feM-Ua
MASON, CHENEY & CO,,
Office and Salf-shoom Penrod Block, cor
ner of Careou and and Telegraph streets.
Wabehouse Conn r of Plaza and Musser streets
CARSON CITY, NEVADA,
w
HOI.KSAL.E AND RETAIL DE Alt
ers in
Groceries, Provisions,
FLOUR AND FEED,
Blasting and Sporting Powder,
Hardware, Tinware,
Crockery, Glassware,
Cutlery, Paints anil Oils,
Shot, Fuse, Hoots, Shoes,
Furnishing Goods, &c.
We have the largest and best lire-proof in
the State, and are prepared to receive
Grain x General Merchandise
on STORAGE at all times, and to mite CASH
ADVANCES ii the same.
Goods delivered free of charge in all parts of
tlie city and ill any part of the surrounding
country.
jal-tf
MASON, CHENEY & CO.
JACOB TOBROEB
DKALEB IN
GROCER I ES
AND
PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS
WALL PAPER,
FAizxts and. Oils
ALSO,
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner Carson anil Musser Sts.,
CARSON CITY, NEVADA
jal-tf
Botanical Physician,
OFFICE ON THIRD STREET,
(Short distance East of Carson street,)
CARSON CITV MiVAUA.
s,i,., MUifnllT treats tlio most difficult cases of
disease, by tlie use of medicinal herbs.
TT.U ,,n.i num nutientfl in town. Persons
in ntfd of his professional services are invited
to call at his office. jal-tf
FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT,
Carson sir. a, bet. Spear and Telegraph.
Carson City, Nev.
MEALS COOKED IN THE BEST
style of the culinary art
Famished at all Honrs.
The Pronrietors are determined to merit anil
innintain the reputation of a
First-Class Eating House,
And to that end THE FOUNTAIW will always
lie supplied with the best of everything uo
market. .
HUNT ft l"flll.l.ll'a,
jal-tf Proprietors.
SAZEEAO SALOON,
Corner of Carson and Proctor streets,
CARSON CITY NEVADA.
SIMPSON & IREIHIO, PROPRIETORS.
Irfxlffinfr House, Restanrant and
Saloon.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BK
litted the entire lodging house and saloon.
and are now prepared to receive ineir pairona
and friends. The bed rooms have undergone a
thorough overhauling, and the Bar is stocked
with the best brands of Wines, Liquors and
C'Krs- .
CLUB BO'. IMS will tie ronntl nnuer me su
perintendent J. i. KUGHT.
Jal-tf IRELAND.
PURE, CHOICE AMD RARE
TABLE SUPPLIES!
-AT
FOSTER'S
FamilvCroeery !
Coiner of King and OrtiiUy Streets,
CARSON CITY.
WITH A VIEW TO MAKING A
8iecially of keeping a constant supply !
Rare and Superior Table
Supplies
For those who umlerrtaiul n'l appreciate tho
vlrtn. s of irood living. I have snppm-u m
shelves with a stock of choice Mi-etnKis I'roui
the iKSt CKtlllllisllllll lltS 111 SMll l'llllrlW'-, ill
nriKif of which witness Die follow in:! i :mii;i ra
tion of sonic of the articles on hand :
PottiMl Moats, Tmflli s,
rirldod Chestimls,
Stufl'i'il ri'i'iHTs in Jiirs,
EAST INDIA CHUTNEY,
(Pronounced the W st dressing in the world for
Mials,)
PATES,
0'lll:in S:irili'lli s,
Dutch Herring iu Kos,
Anil t K iliiluy rrqiar.-tliiiii
In ilii- simp of
Mince (Pie) Meat,
Which is all ready for the ! iy-i ok: also
Double Killed Olive Mil,
(The lu st in any market.)
Spanish anl Frcm-li Olives,
Assorted English Pukles,
Exxslisl Sauces
, . FlavorinjT Meais and Soups.)
Liel rig's Extnu-t of Ment.
( IndispedsaWe in the Sick Room.)
CONDENSED MI L K ;
Jellies anil Jnius,
Keen's English White Mustard,
I Tongues and Sounds,
pickles (Domestic) Uy tlie Cnllon, Kes-
or Harrel, int up In pr
Wine Vinegar :
ALSO
Pan- Port Wine, California Urn pi'
lira ml y anil Superior Table
Clari't.
ALSO
Extra Fine Japan Teas,
THOMAS' DLEACHIXtf SOAP,
Sultana (Seedless) Raisins,
Paraline Wax Canil!es,
Preston & Merrill's, Donnelly's and Kuinforil's
Bakine Powders,
And a general assortment of Staple Goods r.-ul
everything for
Camp anil Dininsr Room.
Come ami examine.
B. F. FOSUh,
January 1.
al-tf
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES,
PERFUVERY, SUPERIOR CHtlfllUALb,
Etc.
Etc.
Etc.
Dispensing Chemist,
l-l . i.,,.;,.. ,.rn. r of t.'AltSOX
I Iiisi'iai i: i' , . x
aiid KIX stni'ts. a lull and complete assort
ment of exerytliuiK pi riaiinna o-
Kii ut. Class Ui uir SI ore,
and keeps, in their season, allVlioice varielics of
FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS,
Patent Medicines
AND
Of all which ginxls fresh siniplii s are In inn re-
lveil daily.
X. 1!. Particular attention piiul to the ct-m-
poiuulini! of
pnEscniPTioxs
At all hours of the day and niht.
g jr A continuation ol past tavors is si. in m u.
jal-tf O. V. WIl.l.IS.
MINT 11 v s i : .
Corner "i an-' "otiinson s n ets, (near
tli. i :i:l. ' l:ites jiiani ii .uiui.j
CAliSON CT1V....
...XKVADA.
H. PINTT, - - PROPRIETOR.
v . i 'iKn ii t Vl PI'R-
chus. a i iis vi It known ami popular Hotel
i now pr. 'paled to accommodate, regular and
transient in toimrs.
TERMS, REASONABLE.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited.
jaLtf V. ii. n.it.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
OF
VIRGINIA, NEVADA.
A.
J. RALSTON, General Agent.
RIS ACEXtV RECEIVES DKPOS-
its of
Coin or Currency
Either on Open Account or to Issue
Certllicati'S Then-tor
Payable (at the option of the holder) in Virginia
91111 J: mill im o
EXCHANGE FOR SALE ON
Xfw York, San Francisco,
Boston, Sacramento,
Lomlou, Paris,
Dublin, Etc.
Collections Made on .ill Points.
Bullion purchased at the most favorable
rates
Stocks, Bonds and I :':il Tender Notes Boujjht
ltl Kiilil. , . , .,
A m y f'r the sale of Quicksilver.
A. .1. EALSTOX, A;,'ent.
.1. P. MA11TIS, Cashier.
Virginia, Xcv.. January 1, 187:1. ja'.-tf
an
W. F. WILSON'S
STAGE XjIINE.
OX AMI AFTKH 11ATK, STAUKS
will leave this cilice every
MO.N'IJAV,
H'KDXESDAY,
AMI Kit IDA 1
roi:
y-fcOA, PINE GROVE AND AURORA.
1 4
C'liimectiiiK at Aurora Willi
I LIJUCK & WRKJIIT'S STACKS TO
Sot Springs,
TCKSUAVS AX1) i)AVS,
Through cumiii i.on
TO INDEPENDENCE,
illOMlAYS AMI I HIIIWK,
Krom CAISSON, inakmi; close connections Willi
Slai s at l.Mim Pl..i:K lor
Lone Pine, Swansea, and
Cerro Cordo.
R-Staeis from CAKSOX on IIOXUAV will
conni ct Milh staes at HOT Kl'KIXOS for CO-
i::;i;rs ami sii.vkk m:ak.
V. V. WII-SO.V, Pioprletor.
nr: mi City, .laiiuiny I, IsT.'i. ja;t-tl
GENOA AND SILVER MOUNTAIN
ri'llil. IM)KKSI(iM:i, IIAVINU
pur, lmsi ii the inti nt of Mr. l.uth. r Ohlii
in tin- :tlie uauii-il
GENOA am. SII,VEK MOUNTAIN
STAGE LINE,
i i. .i i.it'urn in,, liivi-lintr litil'lic that
they are now runninf; a line of CONCl(l
'OAl'HKS. cHirynii! puss. n;'ers, i xpn ss anil inn
I'liiii il suites mail, from
JICXOA vinSIierMan, Fri'ili'rli-kfcburjr,
Wooilfor.rs, Mark1ii' ille, Mount
lliillion ami Monitor lo
SILVER IWOl'XTAIX.
'5-T. ,vi.i ; non . verv MONDAY. WKDXES-
n v un.i iiiinw Hi'tiin.iiiL'. leaves Silver
Miiuni.iin every Tl'KSiMY, Till HSHAV and
SATl'lil'AY.
VM. F. WI1.SOX,
.IOIIX . KKKSEV.
Carson City, Januar 1. 1S7I1. jab-tt
1TK LEGAL DRAWING.
Time Extended to March 3 I st.
LAST CHANCE.
Groat portion of tlie Tickets already taken.
Ticket SI Each, or Six for $5.
Minv ai.ii nVlnvcd linrchasiiii' tiekets in out
last iiiii'.ving wi re unable to secure tliein at auj
price.
Ticki ts will be suit by Express, and McnJ
Collected on IMivcry, whi n dcsirid.
1 (.rani! Cus'.i rrize..
1 (iriinii Cash Prize.
1 tVraild Cash I'ri.e..
1 liraml Cash Prize.
S7.",ll(l
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l.'l l!tKI
Ill MMI
"i.Clill
4.IM0
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l.nini
n.mHi
, fi.tHM
n.lKHI
,",11.111111
13,0110
1 Cash Prize
1 Cash Prize
1 Cash Prize
1 Cash Prize
1 Cash Priz."
1 Cash Prize
I Cash Prize
1 Cash Prize
1 Cash Prize
50 cash Prizes, cadi i
l'K).
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lilOl "
31).
ID.
hi G.j Cash Prizes: amounting to 9't&0,505
This enterprise is i-aili.rseil by the In st busi
ne. s nun of our Stale. The si. mil priii-of tie-le-ts
a lirirantii'ol' a speedy salt iM.'ikini; this
nm of tin In st chani i si verofl'en d. Money can
be si nt safely in l;ej,'isti red l.etti i-s. Post Ollice
Mum y Onli is, by Express or by letters, euro
fiillv sealed am', plainly directed.
MAKE I P YOI 1! Cl.l'liS and st mi ciders
sunn, as onlv n few ticket.1! remain to lie sold.-
N. P.. The same hi.m sty anil fairut ss that
i haraeterized the two li riin r drawings is uuar
anteed in this.
Agents wanted. nil Coniiuissisns allowed.
J. M. PATVEE, Jlimacer.
Omaha, Xi brnska.
CAliSOX AO EXT:
A. lie XKl'F,
Janll-t 1 At John C. Fox's Jewelry Store.
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL
(at the state rr.isos)
SITl'ATKI) XK AXU OXK HALF
miles east of Carson City. The. best of c-
coutniothitions in
MEALS, LODGINGS AND WINES'
Conni i ten tlu rt with are the
FINEST 3ATHS INsWORLD
Expi r:t need Irnvt h rs, they w ho have visile I
the wonders of the Olii Worlil and levelled in tli
sci iiiry ol the New, pronounce
THE CARSON WARM SPRINGS
THE 11 UST I lEEKSHTl'T'T. IX TEMl'EKATi'KK
THE MOST PROMOTIVE OF HEALTH!
THE HOST COMMODIOI Sis all KESPECTS!
Of any Natural Warm llatlis iu the world.
They are means of
PRESENT HEALTH AND CLEANLINESS. v
And are unsurpassed anywhere for
RESTORATIVE PROPERTIES
X. 11.- IiATHIXli DUESSES pi-oviib d for such
ns desire them.
Free Carriage from Carson
At 8, 1(1 and 12 a.m., and 2 and 4 p.m.
Ilatlts
olfi-tf
Fifty Cents.
L. LACHAPELEE,
Proprietor.
THEATER SALOON.
rpilE CiifMCEST KRAXns (IPWIXK,
SbirUuous and Malt Liquora
AND
IMPORTED CIGARS
Eor sale at the nlmvc old establishrtl and favor
ite n sort.
Ill-inks 1'i 1-3 Cents per Glass.
N. 1J. CoLONKt, I'rank Hall, the well known
si it i i ; 1 1 1 1 liicilium, will lie on hand to minister to
tiie wstiiis of the thirsting visitors to this sa
loon. Skatiii!? liink open every Tncsday, Tiiurwlay
and Satunlay afteriioon aiid i veliini!. Saturday
alt. mi 'I m for lailit s,
MOOllE ii PAHKK.U,
jal-tf l'roprii tors.
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