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Religions Hervlcee 'IVIUjr. Methodist Crfi-BCH. Rev. A. S. Fisher. Pus tor. Service at 11 fiVlm-k A. M.. ind T:l P. M. Catholic Chttinth. Uev. Father Tonney. llasat 11 o'clock A. M. St Petkh's (Episcopal) Chobch. Key. G. B. A!l n, Kcetor. Services at 11 o'clock a. m., nil 1-M p. M. Sunday School at 12:30 p. x. Ivntrn rviccs on Wednesday 1 '-4 p. M. and rrUiy7S p.m. I'ti. SBYTCUIAX CHUBCH. HeV. JtllllK Woods. Pastor. Scnrlees at II o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. 31. Sunday School at li M. ' 4ts free. " Wbustlkb " OB " ItUSTLXK " ? How should it be, allowing the expression ad missible at all? Is the origin of this bit of slang to be fonnd in tha perverted use of rustle, or in a corrupted pronun ciation of wrestle ? The sports, who claim for themselves the credit of giving birth to the word, hold the former view. In yesterday's Appeal we had occasion to designate an energetic worker as a " wrustler," for which we have been called to task by a philological sport. We hold to our notion not witst uniting; for "rustle" does not seem to us to con vey the idea of the action meant to be expressed; and a body rustling a leaf for example, is merely the subject of an action, in which it can exercise no voli tion. " Wrustle," if taken in the sense of wrestle, however, appears to fully supply the lack of some wonl in our tongue to convey the idea of a peonliar sort of activity displayed by a class of men who work themselves oat of diffi culties and make for themselves a living business in spite of great disadvantages. But be this as it may, the words " wrus tle" or "rustle," "wrustW" or "rus tler," do certainly embody a meaning and spirit which no other words in our language can convey; and as such they are sure, ultimately, to cast off the strange brand of quotation marks and become legitimate English. Such has been the universal history of the develop ment and growth of laiig'.. gfc. The term -mob" was shockingly vulgar when the jeople first used it. Bcbned bv Sulphuric Acid. Sidney Blair, an employe working in the melt ing room of the Carson Jity Branch Mint, met with a very painful accident, yesterday. Mr. Blair, as a part of his labors, was taking a hundred pound bar of silver out of the 'pickle" vat, where the Iwir had been put in diluted sulphuric acid, for the nuroose of bringing it (the bar) to a white or silver color, and as the bars are put iu the pickle red hot the acid Incomes heated to the boiling point. It was in that condition when Blair took his copper hook to raise it out. When near the surface the bar slipped from the hook and fell back into the vat with a splash that sent the acid flying in all directions, and Ailing Blair's left shoe full of the red hot fluid, scald ing his foot from his ankle to his toes in a shocking manner. Remedies were soon applied that gave him relief from the most intense pain which he suffered, and as soon as possible he was removed to his room, where he now lies. It will be some days before Mr. Blair will be able to resume the "light fantastic toe," and all engagements that he has made with his Sunday school friends for the nest two weeks'are declared off. New ax0 Beautiful. Fox has just received a lot of new and unique jewelry, consisting of chains, pins, brooches, crosses, badges, ear-rings, finger rings, bracelets, necklaces, etc. Among the most noticeable of these articles are a magnificent came brooch, the largest ever had for sale in Carson, valued at $200, accompanied by a gold bead neck lace for $75; a costly marquite dia mond ring (the grouping of the dia monds being of the latest fashion); a number of exquisite gold match-boxes inlaid with rectangular figures of moss agate and auriferous quartz, valued at from $80 to $100. The display is rich and varied, and winds up with a gro tesquely shaped scent-box of calcedonia, for $75. Neither De Neuf nor Fox charges for looking at this new and shi iwig store of pretties. Hyvexeax. Our friend T. L. Smith, who has been wont to dispense good milk from Duffy's dairy, has gone and done it, and now trots out with tha old man's daughter, the lovely widow Joy ! How emtld they keep it so dark and thus bewilder the town ! The gossipers of Carson have missed it this time, sure, for not a word was whispered abroad until Father Tonney, the family alone being in attendance, had made them one and had sanctified the matrimo nial vow with the seal of the Holy Cath olic Church. Long may the worthy couple live to be always happy. May the line of Smiths flourish from genera tion to generation, and joy be perpetual ! A Fioht took place between two old Franks vesterdav morning at the corner near Judge Waits' office. A disciple of Esculapius happening to pass by, saw one of them cruelly handling the other and interposed his veto, which the uppermost contestant disregarded and responded to in terms of shocking in sult; whereupon the Doctor brought his cane to bear, which he broke over the fellow's head almost at the first blow. With the stub well plied, however, the ar-mnient was made complete, aud the merciless beater of his drunken fellow man was induced to let up. U. S. Bbasch Mrsr Bepobt. The Superintendent of the Carson City Branch Mint received, yesterday, 17,816 ounces of mixed bullion, gold and silver, sent frota mines on the Comstock lode to the Mint for meltig and assaying. The Treasurer of t he Mini shipped lust nit;ht to Situ Francisco, through yeils, Furgo & Co., twelve bars of imparted ooiil and silver, worth in the aggregate the sum of jjj'12,Kj0, to the credit of the Crown Point mine, Gold Hill, Nevada. Five Kouxjm! "Irish Tommy," and a grey headed old piuip named "Shep," started iu at the door of Fred. Grinnuge's barber shop list ldyht, both full to over- nowir-g. kt'I't UP ft scattennS fikt ....... i'.,iii show case, niakini: Eve rounds in all. TUe pummeliug was in terrupted as soon as mo crowu inougui At... 4.jp mull Hlltl alternately enonh. by the WU.H: "Time! Time!" Stern ":L t needed. The matter settled itself. Tbk Rev. Bush Eastuiuii will officiate v .i..l fvomU' in St. to-aavi niuimiig Peter s Episcopal Church. All are cor- di-.j'j- iavAtci to ettend. The Adeij lii party, last Friday night, proved a very pleasant affair though not as fully attended as usual, owing to the fact that this is tha season of Lent, dur ing which a goodly number of ladies, being members of the Church, do not find it consist, lit to dance. The usual excellent programme of the club was danced to very line music furnished by that royal cornet player old Carl York and others, with Bob Flanders to call the figures. Among the ladies who all ap peared remarkably well, we observed Mrs. Judge Belknap the elegant and charming bride; also, Miss Wilson, a stranger to Carson, daughter of the Hon.' John 11. Wilson, Senator from Lincoln, who attracted a large share of attention by her youthful beauty, grace and sweetness of manner. At 12 o'clock the party broke up. and the par ticipants went away highly pleased with J the time they had enjoyed. A Slight AIiscndkestanding. Two short-card sports of the check guerilla stripe located themselves in the rear room of the Magnolia Saloon last even ing to have a " dog-eat-dog" game of poker. After a time a dispute arose as to whether any gentlemanplaying could hold seven cards, when Hoyle says in his rules On legitimate gambling, that no E layer is entitled to but five. The sport olding the seven-card hand saw that he was caught, and to get out ot it made a "bluff" with a six-shooter and bowie knife, which was promptly " called " by the other party, who disarmed him of his knife and quickly r.iked in the "pot," and fled through the back door, leaving the seven-card sport standing alone, without his precious bowie-knie, and, as he says, robbed (!) of $100. No blood was shed. A cartoon was abroad, yesterday, showing off the two champions of the Gambling bill whose war-cry resounded until their pet measure went under: "Let the 'tiger' be chained, or drive him back to his native jungles." One of these word-warriors is represented as retiring with his chain under his arm, while the paw of the grinning "Ben gal " rests jauntily upon the seat of his pants. The other "champion is losing no time to get out of the company of the man who first fooled with the tiger, and now feels the breath of the monster hot upon his check. A drunken man whose footing was made uncertain by the tansy which he had absorbed on the previous night, ap peared in front of Judge Waltz's office, yesterday morning, much to the alarm of the ladies, especially as it seemed as IDOllgU WIS pitUlitlUUUS WCIC BUVUi continue their downward course and ilrnn off altogether! Saffv crabbed him. somelody pulled up his breeches, a tlnrit party siappeu on ins mil, ami away they hustled him to the calaboose. We learn by a letter written to Billy Wilson by J. S. Uhlrick, dated at Auro lie horse li sense travel has been stopped on the stage route iroiii isaiiu io luucjicuuviuiv, ii '! having been made between these places for twelve days. The stage from Carson has kept up its regular trips to Indepen dence, however, bad roads and foul wea ter notwithstanding. Leo Bboken. Jim Clarke, lately of Plaeerville. but now a resident of Car son, was walking by or. the pavement in ... ' i i r i ; front ol me urmsoy uouse, wneu, sup ping upon the surface of some water wliiMi YiuA Vuton nwpnt out of tin saloon and had frozen smooth, he lost his bal ance and fell heavily, breaking Dotn Dones of the left leg just above the ankle. The Matinee was largely attended yesterday afternoon, as was the evening performance also. The commnmty bid adieu to the excellent troupe composed of Miss Clifton. Barry, Hussey, Behnour and the stock company at large, with re gret, hoping that the same most agree able combination may toon return to us again. The soiree dansante by Mr. Burns, Friday night, was a success. We found tv. tunmniiatiul teacher of the dance instructing his pupils in the Caledonia, Uama l.lliinlll mm nrnpr new U Mill DP. He deserves credit. The old routine of annum dances worried through in Carson is becomingiunereal. St. George's Society. The English men of Carson have lately formed them selves into a society under the above title, with Judge jrariunson ior attoi Frvor as Treasurer, and E. James, Secretary . The Society prom ises to be a flounsning one. as n uireuuj numbers about ininy meiuuen. Members of Piute Tribe No. 1, Im proved O. K. M., are hereby requested to meet in council at their Wigwam on Monday evening, March 3d, at half-past nVlru-lr A full attendance is de sired, as business ol importance will come befoie the inDe. Kkuoious. Eev. J. Bawson Johnson late of Virginia, will preach at the Methodist t.iiurcn at 11 A. . iu mo that nasfor Rev. A. M. Fisher. ;u .uiivur v,ia firct loftnrp of the aeries on Mobammedisni vs. Christianity or the Crescent ana the cross. The Orphans' Home is the subject of another bill, which proposes to ease the Controller from the Board (on the that f:tinp in another official capacity, he will have to pass upon his own bills), and the State Treasurer is named in liis stead. Complimentary Bam.. We are en abled to repcrt that th: maiiageui-nt of the ball proposed ia due compliment to the Legislature. 1ms fallen into efficient hands and will be given, in all probabil ity, next Tuesday night. The bill to prevent gambling was quietly taken up in the Assembly ves terdav, and lost by 23 votes to -L Sam Owen, of Storey, introduced another bill in the afternoon, to allow gambling with higher licenses. Success. We learn from parties who went down from Carson, that the dance at En:piiv, Thursday night, was well at tended imd passed off delightfully. The Third House meets' next Tuesday liu'ht. L?.dk's are vcial'y invited. NEW DAILY APPEAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1S75. Immense. Let those who are takiug an after-chnrch stroll, to-day, visit the V. & T. depot. They will find the im mense building there, now under fair wv of construction, an interesting ob ject for their examination. T.ook out for ink when you are mov ing about in a printing office ! An Hon orable took the wrong seat in our office yesterday and earned away a goouiy share of this stuff on his breeches. Wwinnv Wasted Of the where- . . tr uAH1i A Vann whofle a DO ins Ol Jira. k .... maiden name was Sedore, or of George Klnre. Address, at Blue Canon, Cal., J. W. Bullock. The importation of Rocky Mountain coal seems to be on the increase; twenty loads of it wero at the V. & T. li. B. De mt vesterdav. awaiting transportation to Gold Hill and Virginia. Special Deposits for the purchase of State lands have been made at the Tvoonim'a oiTire ibiriu'jr the present month to the amount of about $5,000. pROTESBOB Hall's debut as manager of ii i i.f n:ht Hill not in- mts Burning UIU, .B..-, - duce an immense crowd, but those who attended bad lots ol inn. t? Brooks, bookseller, sta- .;.,!- a-nA Tiralnalpr- dealer in cheap jewelry, cutlery, toys, musical instru ments, fancy goous, lmponen ra"' fnr th Roral Havana lottery, Omaha lottery, Nevada State lottery, opposite me wrmsuv aauu door to Bail's hardware store, Carson City, Nevada. nT- ..rv-u" . vn "Htc.h Life. An 't iW celebrated secars which have rendered K. Fred. Brooks' store so deservedly popular, arrived last nigni and are sold at his stand opposite (not next door) to the Ormsby House, Car son. Nevada. li ...... . Tuttbut Tickets. $22 ; COU- ci in anfh Aoencv at Brooks 1IIF119 ,--" O . Segar, Fancy Goods and Stationery Store, opposite the urmsoy nousc, v.m son City, Nev. Prizes cashed on pre sentation. Look out for counterfeits. . E. LAUD, DKLLE CBANDKLLE. LADD & CRANOELLE, I NSURANCE, REAL ESTATE .... AXD .... COMMISSION BROKERS. Office Second Story ot the "Dally Appeal" Bulldinsr. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. AGENTS FOR LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Assets in Unite.? States $3,000,000. COMMERCIAL UNION INSURANCE COMPANY. Assets $34fi,037. CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Aet. 2,509,326. INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA. Assets. .$3,212,175. NORTH MISSOURI INSURANCE COMPANY. Asset. Sall.707. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT, OFFER FOB SALE: HOUSES, LOTS AND JLCTMBER. FOli EEXT: Stores, Dwelling and Offices. FOKWABDrXG AND COMMISSION BKOKER9- CARSON CITY AND VIRGINIA CITY Stsisrc L.iue. Ladd & Billings, Proprietors OX AND AFTER MARCH 1R, 1873, the commodious and conifosfabie coaches oi this lino will leave CARSOX at 7:0 o'clock (Fverv morning.) lEt'tuniiug, lt aru VIRGINIA CITY "I P-"- Stages stop (5'iing anil coming) at EMPIRE, SILVER CITY AND 50Lr MILL. At the MOUND 'Tdi SE will conned witli stages to a:ii from L a.- toiu fi bi'i-ti TINWARE, STOVES, ETC. i.ii'HAim iiii.i,s Haviua taken tho nlire str.re lately occupied by E. A. i):!Vi.s, OPPOSITE OJ.COVICH i:nos.. CARSOX STltKIi'I, CARSOX CITY, Is noiv prepared to do all kinds of v.Mrk in his line. Particular attention j.aid to JOBBING Repairing Pmii;, Roofs, Water Pipes, 'lf. 1tT A liber tl share of i.Mironagc is solieted. All work warranted to give, ntirc satisfaction. Aoril 22, liffa. declT " CLOT H I N G FOR THE MILLION ! At Primiwhteh cannot bo Cheapened tat San Francisco or Cbicajro t THE LATEST STYLES AJfP OF The Very Best ol Cloth mHP VNDEKSIGNBD IS DETER- X minrd to make his great Clothing House The Greatest porium of all Articles In his line in the State of Nevada. Dress Suits, Business Suits, Hunting Suits, UnderclotHlns ! Fine Shirts, Flannel Shirts, Linen & Paper Collars, Shoo Ply Cravats, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Saratoga Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, BLANKET STRAPS, FINE BLANKETS And a general assortment of everything to be found in a COMPUTE FURNISHING STORE. In addition to the foregoing are Sleeve Buttons, Shirt Studs, Breast Pins, Etc., Etc. AND Clioice, Cigars, At Wholesale and Retail. BOYS' SUITS, Of Every Variety, and ELEGANT HOLIDAY GOODS, and a General Winter Stock! The cijual of which cannot he found this side of Sacramento. C ome "I'd See Me. JOE RGSENSTOCK, County BaUdinift Carson City. al-tf THE WHITER TRADE! Largest Sales Lowest Prices A.B. DRIESBACH, Wholesale and Retail CARSON STREET Oaxsoxl City, Offers the Most Extensive stock on the Smallest Margins will not toe beat cannot be undersold ha the best of everything, and in vites all wanting CROC E RIES TO GIVE ME A CALL. Always on hand s full stock of FLOUR AND FEED, WINES, LIQUORS, PORTER & ALE, Auo HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Nails, Scales Crockery Ware, Powder and Fuse. Wall Paper, Doors and Windows, Window Glass, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes California Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement, Plasterers' Hair, Tinware, Etc., Etc, I hnvf as arff: a stock of goods as any lions in the Trade, End am im-pared to furnish by WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Every article above mentioned. Goods delive free of charge. jal-U B. DRIESBACH. THE IMPERIAL Insurance Co. of London Sound Business Consideration! why the Imperial should be preferred TO ANY OTHER FOREIGN COMPANY: First It was established In 1803. and is th oldtwt FIRE Insurance Company repreHentod in the United States. Second It has a nubwribod rapitxl of $B,000,. ooo, of which .i,aiH),y is paid vp in uuja with further accunimulated, atwtH of f2.21.01 makiug it at once tne stronfKut ami Klcnesx Fire Insurance Company in the World. Third This Company does a FlreBuslnesa Exclusively, and none of its assets are liable to be flivcrMl for MFC or maihsk losws, an is thocaxe with all other English Companies rep resented on this coast. Fourth This Company's losses at CHICAGO were les than ose hundred thousand dollars and have been paid in full, dollab for dollar. Fireman's Fund INSURANCE COMPANY ! Of San Francisco ! The Most Popular and ReUable Home Company on tho t& PACIFIC COAST!" Havlag withstood tho Great Disaster of Chicago and Boston Fires and Paid all its lxiuM faUjr 1 RIOE & PETERS, Agents at the Banking Houae of Wells, Fargo 4t Co., CARBON CITY, NEVADA. fel-tf ST. CHARLES HOTEL, ORNER OF CARSON AND THIRD STREETS, Carson City, Nevada. GEORGE TUFLY, PROPRIETOR EVERY PAINS WIM. BE TAKEN TO sustain the reputation of this old establinhed public honse and to render it worthy of a con tinuance of the liberal patronage which it has hitherto enjoyed. The lodging Department, the Table and the Bar Will be sustained in first-class style. Special exertions lire made to ive to the St. Charles the character of a thoroughly desirable and commodious FAMILY HO'i'KL. A fair share of transient and resident patron age is solicited. jal-tf GEORGE TrFLY. Proprietor. chop house f Sluiiolin Siilnon, County BnililinR.J Henry Kntser Proprleto I A VINO UKXTf:i TIIK RKSTAl- 1 1 r:'lit and I.iu:ch Stituil in the Mnxnolia S Iihiii. I 1h-k Icnv.. to notify the travi Xiv.A and resi dent public that I intend k't pirn; the choicest of out-lilies. I sliiill alvaj-s lw on hand to kuk.t inteiirl the rooking ot m.ials an. I give utlili tion to my customer.. Jli ais at nil lemrs--diiv and niht. l'rivnte rK)iv. at my residence, corner of Cur ry and O.msbv stn-ts. in rear of County lluild ini. trd:r i for Sniii-rs, l'.alls, end other par tits filled o.i short notii-e. tVbl-tt HKXRV KAISFR. J. H. CHANDLER, flIOI.ES ALE AND RETAIL DEAI.- erin FRUITS. VEGETABLES AND CONFECTIONS, Oarson street, nrxt doorsontliof Muller's Hotel, Carson City, Xcv. X. B. The freshest of Cbartres Coffee. RTOUnd ill Virginia City, and warranted pure, always on hand. y