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NEW DAILY APPEAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1873.
OX S. C. May lie it i huntly fair t. quote from an opposition paper Sike thf New York Tri'.une when it refloats in sne'i a strain as tlio following upon tin? inor:il jivtl rlitriin anl political t;tnilin of onr tiieixl Smiler; but tliere is so much of apt and timely meanness, so exulted and pat a tenor of suggestive ensseduess iu these ex eerpts, that we find it impossible to resist a temptation to reprodnca the same. Says that journal in its issue of February 19: "A Connecticut newspaper quotes the cclebinten C'olviu case in Jiew Hump shire in behalf of Mr. Colfax. This is the case where thev fonnd the entire re mains of a murdered man, down to his brass buttons, in Colvin's fire-place; Colvin confessed the killing in the moat ciremnstantial way; a jury convicted him, and he was hung. Afterward they fonnd the murdered man in New Jersey teaching school. This story is always ited in desperate cases. Tliere is no record of its ever having made any dif ference with a jury, but they always listen to it witn proiouna inioresi W hull honed the icc-Presilent might escape this, bat it was ordered otherwise. And yet me parallel is not complete. Colvin confessed. This is toothsome; and, like the place where the Englishman hung Gen. Jackson's picture, "appropri ate;" but of the two the followiug is the better: A swat many years ago, before ico in Summer season tia-.l come to bv a neces sity, but w.is iust beninniUi: to be housed up and used in the large cities as a lux ury, a good deacon f row a rural Connec ticut towa came to New York to celebrate tf F.mrth of Jnlv. It was his nnslor- tune to celebrate a little too much; he mt intoxicated. Xew.s thereof followed him home, and he was called up before tlvA fTlmr.'h for di.sciDline. The deacon con fossed his fault. He said the day was hot, and he went into a hotel bar- vnom where thpre was a bowl of pnncn, and the lemons and ice looked so cool and invitinjr he drank some: it tasteil so good and the ice refreshed him so thtt he took some more, anil finally he took so much that he was ashamed to say he luv-.iuio intoxicated. He sat down There was a moment's hush, and th?u an nnaular lrotber at tiie ro-.r of the meetiiii rose and said. "I'm satisfied with th Deacon's explanation about his getting di-ank. H confesses it and says he sso.rv. That saurigui. A'-iyuony Imhl,. to do that, l.ilt when the Deauoa comes into this ere meetiu' and talks about seeing ice in July, I go for having him jerked out for lying." If th;it brother were only iu Congress now, though he might not obj. c t to the other brethren hoMins Credit Aljliillor SuK-i, he would be liable to reduce .both Houses U!mv a quorum by "Jerking em out for lying. ' Tin: bill increasing the salary of the President, Supreme Judges and Congressmen, singularly enough, meets with opposition from the Sen ate. One would naturally look for a more liberal spirit in the upper House of Congress. Salaries under the old regime were niggardly even when a dollar would buy as much as four dollars will purchase now; and to continue the President's and Judges' pay at the old figures is out of all keeping. We are glad to note that the House sticks to its proposi tion; and from the nature of the Conference Committee appointed by that body, we look for a graceful re cession upon the part of the Senate. The Congressional elections of California are to be made to corre spond, as regards the time of their holding with those of other States. As the law now stands, there is an interregnum of some months so much of a lapse that in order to have a representation iu an extra session such as may occur on, and immedi ately subsequent to, the 4th instant, that State wonld be obliged to have a special elction. The tortuous wind ings and accentric courses of ingen ious gertmanderings have brought about this anomalous state of affairs; and it is well that Congress steps in to cure the defect. Ds. Lee, who went hence to Pi oche, is handsomely complimented by the Record. We should say that Dr. Lee. who is a stirring man and full of medico-chirurgical aptitudes, ac complishments aud lingo, ought to do well where the art of gnu-shot surgery is so well provided with examples whereon to practice as Piocbe. - Asa Calkins, a prominent and fanatical Mormon of St. George, died a few days since of cogestion of the lung. Railway Pikkiukss Says the Pi oche Rec rd of the 'Jt-kl nit: 'Che last grading UoiWtfeu Piochs and Bullion ville was done last night. A iew niur ties are needrd, which, under th. terms of the contrast for delivery should have been on the gro.iad some time ago. The inclemency of tha woatUt-r and ba.i state of the roads oaiy h ive prevented the narrow-gu,'e bdug in operation weeks ago. Bat it wid not belong, now, if the weather b-.tciwi settled, unti. trains will be miici a X regular trips bj tweea Pioche and bVjlli.avitla. A:.-ot:if.i: Poncm. The Senate having passed the bill fur the pur chase of the Jioni.itield &' Hestly Compilation of the Laws of Nevada, Sum tier Whitney & Co. of San Iran. ciso now offer to publish them at a cost not to exceed $15 a copy. We can prove that Sumner Whitney stated tint lie was the author of the Destv or Dusty Compilation, and that, he went to work at it after Bon- nifleld had submitted his work to him. Whitney said ho thought he could get up a cheaper work. Doubtless he has. But we would advise the Assembly to go on and pass the bill for the purchase of Bonnifield & Healy's work, which is a complete and perfeet one. Gvr Thorpe, who has been severe ly sick at Pioche, is, according to the Record of the 23d nit., sufUci entlv recovered to bo able to attend to business. This news will be pleasantly received by the many friends of that promising young husband here in Carson. San Fkancisco is to have a new Custom House erected on the half block of land adjoining the site of the present one the place where so many ULsightly shanties are huddled together. Palisade Stage Upset. Says the Eureka Sentinel of the 28th ult: The passengers iu the sleigh from Palisade, yesterday, were treated to an upset on the road, without, how ever, sustaining any dislocations or broken b nes. The sleigh, which was full of men, women and chil dren, about fourteen in all, was turned completely over. Tho driver landed on his feet, and. like a true son of Jehu, held on the lines aud brought the horses to a sudden halt, so th.it the capsizing of the vehicle merely "spilled" out its inmates. They all fell in a heap together, ex cept Judge Goodwin, who, being pitched forward over the whole crowd into the snow, came out ahead a good omen for his next candi dacy. A little girl, one of Biliy Sea'ton's children, although thrown under tho heap, and half covered with snow, was fonnd unhurt, but cried out, "Pa. I was luut by the sleigh, too!" The other, a boy, was discovered standing bolt upright on the side of the sleigh, hallooing with all his might. The ladies be haved heroically and uttered no cries nor complaints. All arrived safe and sound in Eureka. NEVADA LEGISLATURE. sixth kssio :v. SENATE Fifty-Seventh Day. Caeson Citv, March 3, 1873. MORXINO SESSION. Mr. Cassidy rose to a question of privilege, and characterized the message from the Governor, in which he, " the junior Senator from Lauder," was said to be forcing himself upon an unwilling constituency, as unjust and false. He explained hia position, and said he would look charitably upon the undigni fied action of the Governor, dictated by motives of personal spite; for he felt that it was the result of ignorance. Mr. Varian, from Library Committee, recommended that th report of the Li brarian be printed. Mr. Walter, from the Committee on Public Lands, presented a joint memo rial relative to military reservations, without recommendation. , Mr. Clapp. from Committee on Public Morals, reported favorably on Act con cerning vagrants. Also, favorably, with amendments, a bill for prevention of crneltv to animals. Th Governor's approval received of bill for ths relief of Amistead, and of various other bills. Mr. Mills presented two petitions from the residents of White River, ask ing for annexation to White Pine county. Mr. Stevenson, from Select Commit tee, reported favorably on Act to re district the State. Referred to Commit tee of the Whole. On motion of Mr. Varian, the report of the State Librarian was ordered printed. iNTBODCcnojJ or bills. By Mr. Cassidy, Act to provide funds for current expenses of Eureka county. Rules suspended and bill passed. By Mr. Cleveland, Act to grant the right of way to T. N. Browne and others for railroad from Toano to Pioche and Colorado river. Ordered engrossed. Special order (12 o'clock): Act to re peal the Lottery Act. Laid on the table. Mr. Varian, ont of order, introduced a bill to prevent gaming. The author moved the rules be sus pended and the bill put upon its final passage. Mr. Phelan amended to reject, where upon a lively discussion ensued. After considerable sparring, retrench ment and amendment, the motion to engross (under suspension of the rules) obtained 13 votes to 10, and was de clared lost for want of a two-third ma jority. The motion to refer to the Coin aiittee ot the Whole, by a closer vote 12 to 11 shared the same fate. Act to fund and consolidate the in debtedness of White Pine. Referred to Wtdte Pine delegation. Act establishing boundary between Lander aud Humboldt. Referred to delegation of the counties. Act to encourage construction of Su sunviile and Rjiio Railroad. Referred to Washoe delegation. Act for relief of T. W. Tripplet, late Assessor of Lander county. Referred to Committee of the Whole. Act relating to elections. Referred to Committee uu Elections. Act to grant right of way to J. E. Rooker to build railroad from Central ftacitic Railroad to Austin. Referred Lander delegation. Senate took reuess. AFTK2SOON SESSION. Act fixing salary of Judge of Lincoln. T-. Act making deficiency appropriations for the 7th and Ntii fiscal years. Passed. RE POUTS. Hob.irt from Committee of State Af fairs, lvpoi-ted favorably the bill to beau tify the Orphans' Home with trees. Cassidy fruai L-mdar delegation re ported favorably, the Act granting right of way to J. E. Rooker and associates to railroad from Central Pacific to the Col orado river. The General Appropriation bill was taken up. Senate refused to concur in Assembly r.mendmeuts, aud a committee of conference was appointed. In Committee of the Whole. The bill for the taxing of dogs was discussed. Considerable merriment was the result. Passage recommended. Act to amend mechanics lien law. Reported back without recommendation. Act to establish and locate the State University. Location at Elko provided for and passed. Act to appoint a commission on re vision of laws. Passage recommended. Act to provide for settlement of claims to State Prison lands. Passage recom mended. Passage recommended of, bill for the erection of State Prison; also, Act to secure Nevada's quota of centennial ap propriation; also, bill to procure photo graphs of convicts. Ordered engrossed. A resolution to forbid the introduction of bills after 5 o'clock to-morrow was adopted. Passage of election bill recommended bv Committee on Elections. Recess taken. ASSEMBLY Fifty-seventh Day. Cakson- City, March 3, 1873. MOBSIXG SESSION. Mr. Street introduced a bill to prohibit females appearing in male attire on the public streets or at public places. Or dered engrossed and placed on fil'i. Mr. Cole introduced R b.::i to punish for entry upon railroad cars with intent to steal or commit any crime. Ordered engrossed. House in Committee of the Whole. Act to print Nevada Reports. Passage recommended. Act for relief of R. W. Bollen. Pas sage recommended. The committee rose and reported Act concerning the statistics and reports of railroad companies. Ordered engrossed. Act concerning trespassing of stock. Referred. Act concerning salaries of District At torneys. On passage lost. Act to redistrict the State. Amended and passed. Act amending Crimes and Punishment Act. Passed. " Act amending Act concerning Sheriff's. Passed. Act concerning school matters and is suing bonds in Storey county for educa tional purposes. Mr. Stern opposed the measure as un called for and unnecessary. Ho pre ferred a special tax. 5Ir. Smith and Mr. Arnold also op posed it, and Mr. Wilson said the people favored it. Mr. Andrews opposed it, while Mr. Randall supported it, as did Mr. Owen. Mr. Derby said the people favored it. Tii.i.-. Storey delegation was very much divided on the measure. The bill passed. Recess taken. AFTUBXOOX SESSION. Resolution by Mr. Stoddard, allow ing tho Speaker pro tern, f 2 per diem eatra. Resolution by Mr. Grey, relative to deposit of the Contingent Fund. Act relative to the schools of Nevada and their government. The bill is a complete amendment of the School law in many important particulars. Amend ed and passed. Act defining the rights of husband and wife. Sots aside the separate property of each, with individual control over the same, etc. Mr. Cole made an eloquent appeal in favor of the proposed law. Passed. Mr. Savage gave notice of a reconsid- ei a Lion. Act abolishing capital punishment. Mr. Owen moved to indefinitely post pone the bill. Mr. Grey (author of the bill) support ed the bill. He considered the question one of great public interest and a moral one. While the age has advanced, we cling to the barbarous customs of a dis tant period. We regret our want of space prevents a full report of the elo quent and logical remarks of the speak er. He took the ground that the ob ject of punishment is not to avenge wrongs, but to protect society. Punish ment needs, then, only to fully protect society to be adequate; and imprison ment, secure and fixed, will accomplish this. Mr. Street opposed the measure. He believed it one of a damnable brood of humanitarian ideas of the nineteenth cen tury, that was doing much to weaken the guards of society. Human life is sacred; to preserve it we must resort to the most stringent m:-usnres. Mr. Bruner would like to see the pe riod when the penalty could be abol ished, but thought the time had not come. Mr. Owen opposed the bill, and thought the Mosaic law a good one for Nevada. Men don't fear the prison as they do hemp. Mr. Grey responded briefly. He cited the success of the proposed law in differ ent parts of the world. Mr. Elzy wanted the bill to go to en grossment, that members might think upon the subject. Mr. Morrison thought the people not ready for the law. The State is not ready for it, either with prisoners or otherwise yet. Mr. Morrison thought it made little difference for he knew of but one or two exceptions under tho law as it is. It is about a dead letter on the law, yet he thought reform was needed in the present way of dealing with crim inals. The bill was indefinitely postponed by 33 to 12. Act relative to boundaries of Washoe and Lvon counties, introduced by Mr. Hart. " Act supplementary to an Act relative to State stamps. Passed. Resolution by Mr. Hoppin that no one speak during the remainder of the ses sion more than five minutes. House refused to recede from its amendments to the Act making appro priations for the support of the Civil Government, and a committee of con ferenee was appointed. D.'iicieiicy bill Senate amendments agreed to. i Bill to provide support for government of Eureka county. Passed. Bill ndativtf to the salary of the Judge of 7th District. Passed. Recess taken. KVKNIXO SESSION. Mr. Savage withdrew his notice of re consideration ot Act defining rights of husband and wife. Act extending churter of Elko and Hamilton Railroad. Passed. Mr. Sh oaff gave notice of reconsidera tion. Act to aid the construction of the Humboldt aud Colorado River Railroad. Passed. Mr. Prague gave notice of reconsider ation. Mr. Randall gave the same notice. Act granting- right of way for a rail road from the C. P. R. R. to the Color ado River. Passed. Act relative to redemption of certain bonds of Ormsby county to the V. h T. R. R. Co. Passed. Act to protect shippers of ore to cus tom mills. Ordered engrossed. Act prohibiting quackery. Ordered engrossed. Act to regulate the Social Evil. In definitely postponed. Concurrent Resolution relative to C. P. R. R. land patents. Passed. Act relative to the selection and survey of public lands, etc. Passed. Act relative to destruction of noxious animal?.- Passed. Mr. Cole gave notice of reconsidera tion. At 9:30 Assembly adjourned. Tee new iron foundry at Bullion ville has been got into the melting mood, and it does its work v eil.- THE LATESTTELEGRAMS From the East. Washington, D. C, March 3. The Senate ia executive session last night, confirmed a number of minor officials, among them E. V. Ringgold, to be Post master at New Orleans. New York, March 3. While the Rev Dr. Tahnadge's congregation were at worship last night in the Academy o Music, a false alarm of fire waa raised. In the consternation following several persons were badly crushed. Several organizations of German Re publicans propose meetings protesting against the city charter. During a spiritualistic conference at Apollo Hall, last niht, one of the me diums exhibited certain pasteboard fe.lse heads which he said medium Gordon had been in the habit of presenting at his seances as genuine spirits. Washington, March 3. The import ant question which has so long agitated uavy officers in regard to the relative rank of officers appointed from the vol unteers and the regular navy will be set tled to-day by the decision of the Attorney-General." In 180G a law which pass ed'reorgauizing the navy anil placing it upon a peace footing, made it necessary to retain iu the service a large number of the omeers of the volunteers, and the law provided that a Board would con vene for the purpose of examining all who presented themselves for commis sions in the regular service, subject to the decision of the President, and who wore rejected in the promotion of reg ular officers. Subsequently their com missions were ante-dated to the time of the passage of the law. Some time in tervened before the volunteers were commissioned in the navy and their commissions bear the date of their de livery. To this the volunteers objected, thnt commissions should be ante-dated, and the question has ever since been one of constant contention between the two classes. Several months ago the question was referred by the Sec retary of the Navy to the Attorney-General for decision. The regulars were represented by Win. M. Evarts, and the volunteers by ex-Secretary Cox. The decision will be in favor of the regulars, although the opinion is expressed by the Attorney-General that it was irregular to ante-date the commissions of the regu lars, but that it made no difference in the result. R. Feed. Bbooks, bookseller, sta tioner and newsdealer, dealer in cheap jewelry, cutlery, toys, musical instru ments, fancy goods, imported segars and tobacco. Agency for the Royal Havana lottery, Omaha lottery, Nevada State lottery, opposite the Ormsby House next door to Rail's hardware store, Carson City, Nevada. "Unknowns" and "Hioh Life. An invoice of these celebrated segiirs which have rendered R. Fred. Brooks' store so deservedly popular, arrived last night and are sold at his stand opposite (not next door) to the Ormsby House, Car son. Nevada. ADELPHI CLUB MEETING. mnv BECIII.1R HOKTIIT.V MEIT- 1 in of th Club will be held t the office of .- ...... i..r r . T 1. TUtJ WW IN a. March 4, 1873, A full attendance is requested, as business of importance will be transacted. Z. S ELD HEDGE, President. T. B. Hopes, Secretary. nih-H DR. HENLEY'S CELEBRATED IXL BITTERS ! A. Moat Efficient and Pleasant Tonic 1 The best litver Regalaitor known I A rare cure for Dyspepsia S rnilESE BITTERS ARE PREPARED X from the most choice aud wholesome herbs and roots, and have given universal satisfaction wherever tried. Thousands of dyspeptics have found relief through their use, and physicians recommend them for the cure of sit diseases of the blond and liver, and irregularities of the digestive organs. Headache, union-moss ana uiinuioura. caused by the derangement of the Stomach. Liver nna oilier runcnouarus oi un sjnciu. The IXL Bittars have been successfully used aud are warranted te alleviate the sufferer in all the above cases. Head Fnvsieiaus cernneaies aciacneu h bottle. Ever' Family should have a bottle i n the h ouse. Sold every where. II. KPSTEIX, Sole Proprietor, No. S13 Front street, Sau Francisco, Cal. mal-3m TjlOR SALE. Three '3) Blocks of 1 Laud. One a Corral with Stable aod ap purtenances. Price i W. Inquire of mUt-t! LADD & C'BANDELLE. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE TO PRINTERS. yT-E HAVE FOR SALE 0X2 HALF MEDIUM OEGENER PRESS, Capable of doi!g the beat kind of job-wort. . ONE NO. 4 WASHINGTON HAND PRESS (HOE'S HAKE.) ONE RV6fiI.ES JAPBR CUTTER. A TWEVE CASE CABINET, And s great Bomber of BACKS AND CASES. All of which is offered for sale upon the most favorable terms. Borne NEWS AND JOB TYPE, In excellent order, will also be sold with the above. Will sell the wholeontlit above enumerated, or any one or more of the said articles as desired ROBIXSOX i MICnELS, Proprietor, New Daily "Appeal." ST. PATRICK'S BALL! jEL. Grand. Ball WILL BK OIVEMT OX Monday Evening, March 17th, 1573, AT MOORE & PARKER'S HALL, CARSON CITr, NEVADA. The proceeds to go for the benefit of the new CATHOLIC CHURCH. Committee ot Arrangements: K. D. Sweeui y, T. Roche, S. Murphy, T. Hi-gins, J. Duffy. i. Savage. CAKSON CITY COMMITTEE Or INVITATIONS: Gov. Bradley, Lient. ttov. Denver, Judge Whitman, Judge Belknap, Judge Hawley, Judge Hillj er, Gen. Buckuer, Hon. J. Schooling, Hon. W. W. Hobart, Hon. i. D. Miner, Gen. John Day. Hon. A. C. Crawford, Charley Martin, Capt. McdiT, II. i. Pe ters. Gen. T. D. Edwards, U. Yerrington, Ool. Currv, H. Parker, Col. Kosser, a. Tuflv, J. Mull.T, V. Muller. Doe. Benton, A. H-hn, J. Winnie, M. Kiiii ki U. Judge Waitz, T. Moran. 3. b. Welch, Mr. Bliss, J. Klein. )r. Mookiar, J). Curlx tt, H. F. Rice. G. T. Davis. A. C. Ellis. A. B. Driesbach, , P. McCarty, J. Crohiii, T. Connelly. L. I.achepelle. J. Platte. I. Roberts, J. Fraser, It. M. Clarke, Harry Day, W. D. Torreyson, G. L. Gibson. V. Cavanaugh, Sr. J. S. Iloscnstock, S. Kelly. J. Tobriner, C. N. Noteware. R. R. Parkinson, S T. Swilt. A. R. Brown, A. Maute, J. McConnell, W. W. Davies, P. H. Clayton, C Friend, P. Rorhe. N. Roche, J. Maldoou. T. W. Heal. y. T. Smvtii, M. F. b'fJaire, EMPIBE. J. Barrett, J. Hanson. M. R. Elstnor, D. B. Lyman, Hon. A. Lockwood, T. Beer, F. McCullough, S. E. Jones, J. Cole, Mr. Mi-Cloud, J. Driscoll, P. Kilev. J. Gilroy. Judge Morris, D. Uickey, P. Mealy, Hugh Gallagher, Henry Miller, M. Eooney. T. Harrington. T. and J. Hope, Floor Manairersi P. Cavanaugh, Jr. J. F. Burns, John Sweeney, A. Leport, Floor Director! L. Stearn. TICKETS, (supper included) 95 OO. feb'26-td. COFFEE STAND Restaur ant ! Winston's Exchange, Carson street, between Carson sd King-streets, Carson City. CHARLES LEGATE, - - Proprietor. 11UE UNDERSIGNED, WELL KNOWN by the epicures of Canon, Virginia and else where, has established s Coffee Stand and Res aurant at the above named place, and is now eady to serve, in first-clao style, all thosj who ove good eating and relish a strong cup of cof e. All the delicacies the Carson markets af ord will at all times be kept at his Stand and I est aurant. A share of public patronage is espertf ally solicited. j7-tf CHARLES LEGATE. DEUNQUENTSALE NOTICE. JUNIATA CONSOUOATED SILVER Mining Company. Location of Works. Au rora, Esmeralda county, Nevada. Notice. There is delinquent upon the following de scribed stock, on account of assessment (No. one) levied on the SEVENTEENTH DAY of JAN UARY, 1873. the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows: No. No. Curt. Shares. Amount. 1 10 $6 SO . P 2 10 fi 50 3 10 6 50 I. U 4 10 6 50 5 10 6 80 6 600 323 00 7 500 325 00 8 1.QU0 650 00 1.000 650 00 10 60 32 50 11 60 32 60 12 200 130 00 13 150 50 14 100 65 00 15 100 65 ft) 16 100 65 00 17 100 65 00 IS 100 65 00 ...19 50 32 60 ...20 12.656?i 8.226 SH "' ....21 16.6UGS 10.S13 83 'Aj....22 Im.0561, 10.826 83H Names. Sharon, Wm. Greeley, A. L Greeley, A. i. Greeley, A. L Trustee And in accordance with law, and an order of the Board of Directir,inade on the seventeenth day or January, 1H7J. so many shares of each parcel of such Slot as may be necessary, will be sold at public Auction, at tho Office of the Company, Room No. 10,402 Montgomery street, San Francisco. California, on MONDAY, the seventeenth day of March., 1873. at hour of 12 o'clock M. of said day, to pay said Delinquent Assnwment thereon, toother wilb costs of ad vertising and expenses of sale. CHARLES S. NEAL, Secretary. Office : Room KUOi .tf jntomery street. San Francisco, California. fb"28 td R. S. MSSICK. W. 8. WOOD. MESICK Si WOOD, sTTORXEYS AT W Office, third floor Williams A D'"ii.3.ss' Building, C street, Virginia, Ns TEAS TEAS ! TEAS! TEAS ! PINE JAPAN, ENGLISH BREAKFAST AND BDNrHWDER MIXED TEAS, IJADE IIP BV OURSELVES IN packages of five pound! and upwards, and delivered iu any part of Carson, Silver City, Empire, Gold Hill and Virginia, CARRIAGE PREPAID. Samples Sent If Desired. Orders from any part of the country promptly and accurately executed. N. B. Mr. JOSEPH BEER, who has had a large experience in some of the most extensive Tea Importing Houses iu London and New York, will have ehar;;e of this department. Only the Most Reasonable Prices will be demanded. T. BEER it BRO., Butchers and General Merchants. Empire City, Nev., Jan. 1. 1873. ja JACOB TOJIIxER SEALKR IN GROCER I ES AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Faints .stzxea. OIL ALSO, GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods, Etc.. Etc., Bis. Corner Carson and Hnaaor Bis.. CAHSON CITY, NEVA1A jsl-tf FRISBIE'S ostnur a AND OYSTcR SALOON ! Corner of King and Carson Streets, Carson City, Nevada. THE I7NDERH1QED HAH En tirely renovated this popular place of resort. A PRIVATR APARTMENT has been added to the Establishment, fitted up in the best style, for LADIES AND FAMILIES. All kinds of Came, Poultry, Fresh Oysters from tho East and Han Francisco. FISH. BOTH FRESH AND 8ALT WATEB. CAN BE HAD AT ALL HOURS. By purchasing all my supplies st wholesale, I am prepared To Set a Better Table at Less Prices than any other house In the State. Finest of Liquors, Wines and Cigars. janl L. P. FRISBIE. REVISION OF THE UV8. HAVING BEEN INFORMED THAT in a Slinority Rt-jK-rt stat-m-nts were made which wre unqualifiedly fnlae in regard to Mr. ROBERT DESTVS Compilation of Laws of Nevada, wa beg to state that We will risk onr Coin on Mr. Ocsty's Wrlt, And if uo action is taken by the preheat Legis lature concrntiiiK their Laws, we will publish, tLimcdiately after the if sue or the Statutes of lh:s session, A Complete I!set of tho Laws then In Force, With full notes of thn Decisions nf the Supremo Court, and will sell thv a:ue. singly, nr in quan tities, at a price SOT TO i-.XCKKD WIS. If AN errors arc diseov. n d in Mil. DESTVS work, we will employ MR. T. II. HITTKLL, and, if possible, one of -he Judges uf the Su preme Court, to revise it. SUMMER WHITNEY CO., Law Publishers. San Francisco, February 27, l7a. ml-W