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MORNING APPEAL.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 1. 1S79
THE OTHER LIFE.
Hon. Tfcoma Fitch lectured at Pashaway
Hail. Saa Francisco, on " The Other Lite
nd in answer to Colonel Bob Insreraoll. Mr.
Fitch having, been introduced by President
E. T. Diitt'irs. after prolont;ed applause, said
he professed adhesion to no religious sect, and
expected no church to be responsible for hi8
utterances. The presumption was decidedly
against his beinir iu anv way in the Lord's
service, for he was a lawyer, and lawyers are
popularly credited with allegianco to a patron
:unt nameless in that hall on mat occasion.
He was not by profession, and he feared in
sufficiently by practice, a Christian, and if he
succeeded in striking a blow m detense or the
fortress of Christianity it would be the blow
of a volunteer. The churches which had
Btruok at that gifted rebel against Christianity
had been hampered by their theological rules.
Ha4elieved Ingersoll had not yet been replied
to Jbj one not professing to belong to any
church, as he himself did, although he devout
ly believed that it was not "all of life toflive
nor all of death to die. He left the Chris
tian flocks to the care of their shepherds. He
spoke to "those outside of the churches, those
who know little of technical theology, those
who worship at no stated times nor at any
designated temples, to those who patronize
no particular religion, to those who attend
dances and theaters and horse races ; to that
honest, earnest, progressive world which re
spects irenerally that splendid system of the
ology that for countless centuries has held
aloft, to a constantly perfecting civilization,
the radiant flambeau which has lit it on its
way." It is to that world, which thinks " if
I die I shall live aeam. that I give the sin
ner's reply to the infidel There is an old
book which says " Judge of the tree by its
fruits." The inspiration of the book may be
denied, but the accuracy of the conclusion
must be admitted. By any reasonable meas
ure of values there is not a religion that ever
was believed in but it was infinitely better for
the world than no religion at all, infinitely
preferable to the cold and pulseless nonbelief
of the materialists.
This much says Thomas and a good deal be
sides, mostly in his highly humorous vein.
For example, in discussing the materialistic
notion he draws the following caricature:
According to the theory of the materialists,
if a pound of flour is put into a Shakespeare
the result will be a tragedy, in a Napoleon, a
victory, in a Dick lurpm a ride on Black
Bess, and in an ingersoll a lecture on ghosts.
We are wax works, and a mutton chop is the
crank pin that winds us up. The lover says
to his Matilda. "I love you. If you will be
ay bride life will be one long dream of hap
piness." She immediately recognizes the cut
let of calf he had eaten for breakfast as the
food force of the sentiment, and immediately
making a draft on the SpriDg chicken which
he had eaten she coos the reply: " Claude,
me adored one, I am theeine. "
Now, Tom Fitch knows as much about the
tme inwardness of religious systems .w Henry
Ward Beecher knows about the merits of the
Chinese question. If he imagines that he
can impair the argument of Bob Ingersoll, or
rather the argument of really great intellects
such as Tom Paine, of whose works he does
nothing more than make a popular and bom
bastic paraphrase, he is greatly deceived. But
he is not deceived. He knows as well as
anybody that iu his lecture he did not even
touch upon the true premises of infidels,
deists, or atheists. He is an artist in gossamer
word work. He knows his sphere and you
never catch him outside of it. In so far he is
a genius.
A NEW THEORY REGARDING MUM
MIES.
The Journal of Chemistry haa the following:
TT - f . . l . ' . '
xiaving oosorvea taac Jigypt,iau mummies
could be divided into two classes, one embrac
ing those bodies which had been' embalmed
intact, and the other including those bodies
which had been eviserated, Dr. Gauselbach, a
Swedish chemist of repute and professor in
the University at Upsal, has formed the opin
ion that the mummies of the first class are
not really dead, but are only in a condition
of suspended animation ; though, unfortu
nately for historians, the secret of bring
ing them again to life has been lost. In sup
port of his theory he adduces the results of
his own researches and experiments, one of
which consists in' submitting a snake to a pro
cess, the details of which are of course kept
a secret, which petrihes it. In this condition
u has oeen laid aside tor a year or two at a
time, and is then restored to life by some
equally mysterious vivifying process. This
ba now been going on for abont fifteen years,
and the snake does not seem to dislike it. Dr.
Gauselbach is said to ha9o applied to the
Swedish Government for leave to experiment
on a condemned criminal, the understanding
being that if the experiment is succefsful the
criminal shall receive pardon because of the
service thus rendered to science and, possibly,
to humanity.
R. C. Emmons of Lovelock arrived here
yesterday. He informs us that an attempt
to assassinate him was made recently, and
that nis son narrowly escaped the bullet which
was evidently intended for him. The shot
was fired into the express office, which he had
left a few momenta before, and in which his
son wa standing at the time. The bullet was
fired from the door, which was partly opened,
and buried itself in the counter. A short
time before this attempt was made on his
life, Mr. Emmons' cellar was firod by an in-
oondiary, and burned, with its contents. Mr.
Emmons does not know his enemies, and can
assign no reason for these cowardly outrages,
except it is because he attends to his own
business and does all he can to attract settlers
to the locality in which he resides. Silver
State, 17th. .
Senator Jones of Nevada, and Blaine of
Maine, have been taking a trip to Richmond,
Va. , to look after some railroad property that
both a e interested in.
A RAY OF LIGHT.
The New York .Sun, in its Wall Street re
view ot the litn, says: the growing ani
mosity of the West toward the East has been
much talked about of late in connection with
the Chinese question. Aa a matter of course
a great deal of nonsense has been uttered on
the subject, both by pro-Chinese and anti-
Chiuese; but to judge from the opinions of
neutral and intelligent observers, the ques
tion is a much more momentous one than is
gonerally supposed at the East. Our old
friend Maurice Strakosh, for instance, a very
shrewd man, and one who knows California
well, said the other day on this subject : "I i
tell you, gentlemen, no amount of Presiden
tial vetoes will reconcile California to the
presence of the Chinese. The question, I
assure you, is one of much greater moment
than you can possibly imagine.
TOE AND HEEL MAN.
It is stated that Rowell, the Englishman
who won the late six days' walking match in
new York city, has decided to start at once
for the Pacific coast, and that he will be ac
companied by his brother ' pedestrian, Harri-
man. It is also announced that a match has
been arranged between Rowell and Valentine
Zahn, the doorkeeper at the Standard The
ater, San "Francisco, to take place within two or
three weeks from date, at Piatt's Hall, for a
purse of 25,000. The distance and terms of
the proposed contest have not yet been an
nounced. It is also reported that Weston
has telegraphed him a challenge from across
the Atlantic. It will keep the champion
busy to preserve his hard won belt.
From the Bodie Si-awiard we learn of the
following unfortunate accident to an old Car-
sonite: It is with deep regret that we learn
that while Uncle Bob Foulke was coming up
from Carson his hat box, containing a brand
new stove-pipe hat of the latest and nobbiest
style, fell off the stage and a wheel passed
over it, rendering it utterly unfit for the pur
pose for which it was intended. It has ever
been a matter of pride witn all true Bodie-
ites to see Uncle Bob promenade each Sunday
afternoon in a genteel plug tile a dispensa
tion having been granted him in that respect
and this melancholy news will strike each
heart with a pang of regret. We trust that
Uncle Bob may be so fortunate as to repair
the damage done to his. wardrobe at an early
day.
A man whose name is supposed to have
been John McCahn, a native of Scotland, was
killed very suddenly yesterday afternoon,
aWout 2 o'clock, at R. M. P. Greeley's lumber
yard. He was engaged in unloading flat-car
loads of lumber and while cutting a side stake
tiie load suddealy fell over, catching him
under it and crushing his skull, killing him
instantly. The Coroner will hold an inquest
at 7 o clock this evening. lieiw Oazette of the
17 th.
The Reno Gtuxtti of the 17th says : C. 0.
Gates, a pioneer of Waahoe County, died
this morning at seven o'clock from the kick of
a horse, which he received several days ago.
Mr. Gates was a pioneer in this county. In
company with Mr. Stone he built the bridge
across the Truckee at Glendale, which was the
first crossing in the county.
That even the very great may suffer the j
pangs of social slight is made manifest by the I
following dispatch of the 16th from London :
Gladstone was not invited to the Duke of
Con naught's wedding. This omission excited
much comment in political circles, as Lords
Granville and Hartington received invita-.
tions.
Reno Journal of yesterday says: Scarlet
fever and diphtheria is r:igini among the lit
tle ones. A child of Win. Van Weller died
Sunday with the former. Mrs. Richardson's
two little ones are getting better. Of diph
theria, several new cases are reported.
The Tuacarora Times-Rcvhio says: "Stay
by the camp. We have on abiding faith in
it. ne should judge by the above that
some ot tne boys aid not nave an abiding
faith.
STEW AOVEUT1SEMXF.TJ.
CARSON OPERA HOUSE.
CHAS. E. LOCKE LESSEE AXD MANAGER
Also of the Bush Street Theater, San Francisco, where
this Company has just closed a 'jriiiiaat
sis weeks' engagement.
Two JNTlalats Only !
MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
Marcli 24th 21 ml 2otIi.
pgETTJRN ANO
G AL.A FAREWELL TISIT
OF ELIZA
WFATHTRRRY'R FFlfll 1 011 Fft f
AND MR.
N. C
GOODWIN,
Jr.
Monday Evening, March 24th,
Keprodaction of the collaborated farrago,
Which achieved the extraordinary run of 40 consecutive
representatr ns at the Buh Street Theater.
" Naufht but Itself ite parallel."
During- the action of the piece, Mr. N. C. GOOPWIlf, Jr.
will introduce his wonderful imitations 01
celebrated actuu.
Tuesday Evening, March 25th,
Last appearance The chef d'eouvre of burlesques, entitled
THE RAMBLERS!
-AND HEW FARC'S-
THE SILENT WOMAN !
"They eome high, but we must have 'em."
Popular scale of Prices. Boats secured at Opera Hoiee.
JTEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CARSON STREET. OPPOSITE THE POST
CFFICf. NOW ON fXHIBITION!
o
PEN A KTRHROOIV .M RVKXINB.
Hereof exhibition, from 1:30 to 5 oclock, and
from t:30 to 9 o'clock in the evening.
Adna'asfon S85o I Children 10c
Cmwi'ed hntwra everywhere ! The delight of all who
see it I Wonderful astronomical and Apostolic
A perfect fac-simile of the famous original, combining all
lie Astronomical ana Automatic mecnamoui, luwuumg
The Pmoutoa of the Twelve Apo.tlea.
The etoaiest success ever known in San Francisco over
45,000 visitors during its run of six weeks. Endorsed by
over 900,0.0 people who have seen it in its teur through
the principal cities of the Unitod States, and pronounced
by the press and public to be the finest piece of mechan
ism the world has ever seen. iomw
BOSTON QEM INSTRUMENT!
FINEST fUIriPf.VINO CAMERA
EXTANT I
Lovewell's Photographic Car,
NEAR THE COURT HOUSE. CARSON CITY
Aa to the production ot Traveling Galler
ies, the -liie of the largest cities of
California have pronounced
this an Exception
A limited time of 60 days in this dty !
Carson, Maroh 15, 1879.
CARSON MILL CO.
fJAVIKfi Pl'RCH tSEO THE PLANING
l Mill in this city, formerly armed by the Qienbrook
Mill Company, we hare added a large variety ol wooa-
working Machines, and nave now toe
Most Complete Mill in the State.
We are prepared to do all kinds of work done in a first
ri.-uw mill. Ian manufacture zo.uw leet rioonng,
Ceiling or Rustic per day.
! Monldinars, Brackets, Turned-worn, Scroll
WNk ana alt rtorts or uraanna
Made to Order.
F'imiturs made and repa'red. Plans and Speciflcations
tor Wood, Brick or htone Buildings furnished. Contracts
for building and repairing taken. All Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the town or country can be left at the Mill
or at the office of K. M. hiot, Lake lanoe LuniDer lara.
Address: CARSOM MILL CO..
E. M. Hunt, I Carson City. Nevada.
C. H. MiinH.
Oarsou City, February 28, 1879.
LSKE TAHOE LUMBER YARD.
E. M. HUNT, - - - - Proprietor
K1
EBPH CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Clear and Common Lumber, of all kinds.
Doors. Windows und Blinds.
Mouldings, Pickets and frbiuglee.
Door and Window Hinging and Fastenings.
Screws, Wire Cloth, Etc., fctc..
Which I sell cheaper than can be bought at any other
place in the State.
sorrowers aenverea in an pan ot ins cny rree.
Carson City, February 28, 1879.
filQQH filTV SAVIrififi INI(
-a . w i wa
BANKERS. BROKERS AND FIRE InSUR
ANCE AGENTS.
CARSON CITY. -
NEVADA.
MINING
STOCKS BOUGHT AND
ON COMMISSION.
SOLD
3TLiberal Margins allowed on Approved Stocks. IRa
an Francisco Correspondent. Latham & King
Carson September 1, 1S77.
STONE MARKET,
VTEW ARRANGEMENT. THK TJX D F II-
i.1 signed, now the sole proprietors of the
STONE
NORTH CARSON STREET,
tlext to Slllson 4c Barber's 6rery Store,
Are prepared to furnish their old customers and the
public with the
Choicest Roasts, Steak and Csitlets
BEEF, MUTTON,
"7"o al,
IE o I Isl.
ALSO
CORNED BEEF, SAUSAGE, HEAD CHEESE
AND BOLOGNAS.
13TRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Olrs as a call.
NETH & NETH.
Oarson. February 26th, 1879.
SERVANT WANTED.
COHPICTENT NRKCIVT (PKMAIE)
can ootam a d&tuabie position as cook aod woman
of all work by applying at the Arrsai, offiae. fcb27
AUCTION SALE !
COMMENCING OF
TUESDAY, MARCH 25,1879,
And continuing: from day to day uutil all the personal
property of the Warm Springs Hotel is disposed of,
consisting in part of the following:
Bar-room Fixtures,
Dining-room Furniture,
Bedroom Furniture
Kitchen Furniture,
Stoves, Dishes. Etc.,
Horses, Wagons, Harness.
W. N. BUTTS. WESLEY OEOROS.
BUTTS & GEORGE,
PROPRIETORS.
W. B. BUTTS, Agent,
Carson, March 18th, 1879.
iiixTTZEnHsSTiisra-
FARMERS
GARDENERS!
1UST RECKITKD, DIRBCT FROM THE
fJ mojt reliable
SEED GROWERS
New Turk, Massachusetts and Wisconsin.
Tl LARGEST A HO CHOICEST STOCI
FIELD.
FLOWER
GARDEN
S 3 JS S) IB !
EVER BROUGHT TO NEYADA.
Bo lore
lastnfr
which
mjr
Stock.
comprises all the
HARDIEST
AND MOST
VARIKTIB0.
PRODUCTIVE
PBICES L0WER THAN EVEB!
GEORGE C. THAXTER,
4
ORUQQIST AND SEEDSMAN.
Will la Corner, Opposite Capitol,
Carson City,
Nevada.
N. B.
.TsLrsr a rswal tint AVfsksf iti A nnnno Isa wnlirhl In
any quantity' desired, can be sent by mail, and when cash
accompanies orders 1 will sell seeds at catalogue prices.
postage paid. nih 1 1 11.
IIWIUYII fVli IMUiHi LAnu.
SEALED PROPOSAL! WILL, BR RE.
ceired until, and opened, MARCH 22d, 1879, at the I
office of the secretary or state, from daily newspapers
published in this State, for the publication of all Laws of
a general character, passed ny tne last Legislature, in ac
cordance with an Act approved March 2d, 187.
Governor of Nevada.
JASrER BABCOCK.
Secretary of State.
L. L. CROCKETT,
State Treasurer.
Carson City, March 10, 1879.
IN
8
THE DISTRICT CO 17 RT OF TIIE
Second Judicial District, State of Nevada, in and for
Ormsby County. Iu the matter of the estate of ixlward
Niles, insane. Elsie T. Niles, the fruardian of the estate
of the said Edward Niles (who has been adjudged insane),
haviue on the 28th day of February, A. D. 1879. presented
to tne Juatre oi tnis uistnct i;oun a petition, verinea ny
her oath, praying- that an order to mortgage certain r. al
estate belonging to said Edward Niles, that it would be
beneficial to said Edward Niles that such real estate should
b- mortgaged. And it having appeared to the Judge of this
uourt, by saia petition, tnat it is necessary ana nenenciai
to mortgage the said real estate, it is hereby ordered that
the next of kin of the said Edward Niles, and all persons
interested in the said estate appear before this Court, at
the Court-room thereof, at the Court-house In Carson City,
Ormsby County, on SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY OF
APRIL, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock A. u., then and there to
show cause wny an order should not be granted for the
borrowing of money and the mortgaging of such estate.
o. v. auu, uistnct juugc.
Attest : J. II. Marshall, Clerk.
March 13, 1379. 4w
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OP JAMES W. NVK AND WIFE
lJ both deceased.
Notice is ben:by givf n by the undersigned, administra
tor of the estate of James W. Nye and wife, both deceased.
to creditors of, and all iersons having claims against, said
deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers
within u-n mon.hs after the first publication of this no
tice, to the said administrator, at the office of T. Cotfan,
attorney at law, in Carson City, Nevada, in said Countv of
urmsDV.
Dated at Carson City, Nev , March 5tn, 1879.
ALFRED HKLK.
Administrator of estate of James W. Nye and wife, both
aeceusea.
T. Comic, Attorney for estate. Iaw4wmh5
NOTICE.
R
KAI.FR1 ARB BRRRRY NOTIPIF.D
that healed Propoeals land none other will be re.
ceired at the office of the Secretarr of the Board of Di-
rectors, SATURDAY, MARCH 22d, 1879, for furnishing
the Orphans' Home with supplies of Groceries and Friwli
jneais, ior we in;ee months beginning April 1st proximo.
iy uruer oi wie Kara oi in rectors.
D. K. SUHHIONS Serrntmrv.
Carson, March 1$, 1879.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Great Redaction in Prices, owing; U,
the decline in the Eastern
Uarket
E.
R A I L,
OPPOSITE CAPITOL BUIL01N8, CARSON.
IMPORTER AND
Retail Dealer in
WHOLESALE AID
HARDWARE,
Iron,
Powder,
Axes,
Anrilg,
Steel,
Shot,
Saws,
Vises,
Coal,
Fuse,
Caps,!
Bellows,
Rope,
Wedges,
Sledges,
Laos Leatfe
GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE,
Bar Fixtures, China Seta,
Lamps, Chandeliers,
Mirrors, Lanterns,
Kta, HU., Efei
Agricultural Implements,
Plows, Harrows,
Gang Ptov
Reapers, Mowers,
Wheat I
Cultivators. Etc, Etc,
Paints, Oils! Brushes,
Coal OH, Paint Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, White
Rubber Paint, Chemical Paint, Lard Oil,
Machine, Castor, Neats Foot Oil.
Alcohol, Etc, Etc.,
STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE.
Medallion and Laurel Ranges,
Buck's and other Brands of Stows
Pumps, Hoso and Pipe, Doors. Win
Blinds and Glass. Wood and Will
Ware, Bird Cages, Pistols,
Guns. Cartridges, Water,
Gas and Lead Pipe,
House Furnishing Goods.
Brass and Steam Goods.
Practical Plumbers and Tinners to do roofing and csaa
ufacturing of all kinds Tin and Iron Wire
Call and Get Price. Cheap for Cash.
E. B. RAIL.
SAVE YOUR MONEY
AND
BUY YOUR GOODS
AT-
OLCOVICH BROS.
THEY KEEP THB
BEST O-
OD0!
- THE
Ijatost Stylos t
-AND
HAVE THE GREATEST SELECTION
-OF-
Dry Goods & Clothing.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
IS THE WHOLE STATE.
IT IS YOUR INTEREST TO TRADE WITH
OL.COVICII BROS.
Carson, October 24 1878.
CARSON CITY BREWERY,
King street, Carson City, ,
JAO O X3 J3L JL 3D I 2W
PROPRIETOR.
rriHB VRRT BEST Q,VA LIT V Of
LACE R
BEER
Made on the Pacific Coast or anywhere.
Orders promptly
attended to.
The saloon is constantly suptied with the finest brand
WINES. LiaiOReJ AND CIGARS.
A-GIVE ME A CALL.
Janltf
JACOB KLEIH
.T.
IVANOOT IOH,
DEALER IN
eroawrte. Egg. Orans-es. taioas. krroali
Orasgi.1, t.
Dried Pratt,
man
Pineapples,
BansnasJ
Orapes,
ConfectioiMifT.
Nuts,
Fresh Fish,
Chemes,
Cocoauuts,
Vegetables,
Fresh Ranek Butter, Tobacso, Cigars,
Etc
Etc.
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PLACE OF
BUSINESS:
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art a a . . ' r
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