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THE DAILY APPEAL
M. R. MIGHELS:
TUESDAY VORKIHG. AUGUST 7. 166.
THE APPKOACHIHG COSTEST.
If while tbe armies of the Republic
nil the cohorts of treason were strug
gling for the mastery, the loral heart of
the Kepublic followed with painful 30
licitmle the current of the beady tight.
nil Willi its prater for the aticces? of
the legions sworn to battle to the death
tor freedom and an undivided country,
mingled a hope that triumph would
bring a lasting Peace and a permanent
settlement of the veied questions which
could only be decided by the arbitra
ment of the sword, it was because char
ity which hopeth :i'l tiling? and endur
eth all thing?, refused to believe in the
utter madness of the conspirators who
struck at the national life and the total
depravity of the meaner traitors who,
afraid to venture into the field, lent the
aid of their infim-ms councils in the
national fortim and the private circle
Half a century of a policy which had
used "all means to con: ilia'e;'' four
years of bloody contest with the spirit
of enmity to humanity and to liberty, if
we are to beleive the signs of the times,
aeem to have been insufficient to Ex the
status of the American Nation, to con
vince its intestine enemies, that the j
heritage transmitted to this people from
Ihe Fathers of the Republic shall re
main to them intact, that what we bat
tled for, from Bull Run to the liulf shall
nut be wrpsted from us.
The public enemy refe.se to acknowl
edge that the integrity of the Republic
and the equality of man before the law
have been established upon American
oil.
That this proposition w ill be denied
hj the leaders of the party in opposition
1-i these distinctive tenets of th.it organ
ization represented by the Congress of
the United Stales, may reasonably be
expected. To suppose that the.Ieuialor
assertion of any proposition by these
men, can amount to anything mure than
the establishment of the converse ot
whatever they deny or assert, is to take
that for traded, which Iheir whole past
history clearly and incontrovertible de
monstrates. And thus it is that the loyal men rf
America find them-elves once more fare
In face with iheir political foes, and
called npou to re-assert at the ballot
box, the principles for the vindication I
1
of which their brethren have poured oot
their blood like water, am! they have
Riven their treasure with unsparing
bands.
And here and mw let it be under
stood that the '-trumpet which g:ve? an
nncertain sound," can never marshal
this host to the conflict. The ' fearful
and the nnbeleiving' may never hope
to lead the vanguard if the army about
to be arrnre.l.
That eoi.rtlv deference to diflernre
of opinion, which he-Hate btuveen a
dennnct ition of the supporter of ' tuv
policy," an I the fear of loMita voTe in
the State Convention, will not do br
the nun wiw aspires to obtain a pl.ice
upon the State ii kci of the Vi.ion Party
ol Nevad t. And as but a short time
em reasonably be expected to el.ip-e
betweeu this time ari-1 the iriniigiiratioii
of tile ontest which is to deci-ie the po
litical complexion of Xevad.i for f ;ur
rears, we $'ni;.!r st:rir'"it that those who
expect f tv r- tnii-t ilei-iii'.. upon a clear.
nniuist:ik:ii.le eTniorscTiicnt of that un
compromising spirit 1 f opposition to the
machin.i'iiiTis of traitors wh.ch found ii
expression in the voice and votes ot the
late Congress, arid which we maj ex
pect t see repudiated by the K-bel con
cf.tve about to asserotiie in I'hiladel
ulii .
5A3 FSASCISi 0 DISPATCH
li'urr ,i,ra stork Tratoni-rf ton
6KAPHIC
The Sacramento Union has the fol
lowing first-rate notice of the conven
tion, called to assemble at Carson City
on the 12th proximo. Speaking of the
invitation extended to the faithful, by
McCorkle et al.,it pays :
Under this invitation of Peace Democrats,
who had ntt courage enough to leave the
Pacific coast and fight in the armies of the re-
Secretary Browning has, under law
passed at the late session of Congress,
appointed J. Rosa Browne Commission
er to collect mining statistics in the
States and Territories west of tbe Rocky
Mountains. He will proceed to the Pa
cific coast by tbe steamer on the 11th.
This is an important mission, and will
embrace statistics of productsof bullion,
population engaged in mining, descrip-
otherwise, and fished Union men of Donlit- j i"- of mineral lands, capital, cost of
tie and Thurlow Weed stamp, can cordially ! ) ,tior, etc. Application has been made
participate in the political love-feu. It will 1
r j jV. 11 t .l . tn the General Land Office to have the
incieeu oe a ni.mev aeiiiuiaKc in inai
land which will be occupied by i-utro s
Tunnel, through the Comstoek lode ot
was in di-trcss and everv one that was in j Nevada gold mines, withdrawn from
debt, and everv one that was discontented." ! , .
It will be an interestine siirht when these 1 k L
Convention there will be all sorts and con
oitions of men. tike those who were with
David at Adullam, viz : " Every one that !
men meet in council to witness their political
shades and complexions. Their aeheraea
will come to naught, however, for the Union
organization in Nevada is too firm and com
pact to be shaken by mere place seekers.
A CANDID ADMISSIOK.
The A'irginia Union took occasion to
remark not long since, that :
Conspiracies against a nation's liberties.
Chicar Aug. 4. The delegates to
the Philadelphia Convention, in part
trom Virginia, are: Wm. C. Rives,
John C. Uroi ker.borough. Thomas S.
Flournov. A. II. Stewart. EJg:ir Snow
den. South Carolina Jas. I.. Orr,
Bcj. F. Perry, Jacob L. Manning, T.
M. Han kins. Jas. Farrow, TV C. Ward
tow. Connecticut James Dixon. Jas.
Oregon
S. Sevrnour. Delaware Joseph P. 1 o-
mei;sr-.
Xiw Orleans. Aug 3 Martial law-
has been withdrawn. The liran.l Jorv
f oind indictments npainst t wetitv-iive
membf-rs of the Com ent iun. :i 1. i their
tril btl. re J'ule Abtlt wi.l now proceed.
ana panics wa.cu nave ineir ..nam in crime E En2; Lorn J. y 1,.
UIIM nil KIUIIT.V, 11 rrT. mill f SCSI C-L4V1IXJV-1 "
wiih tniTtrarv sucr.'ss) are things that die
hard." They have the spirit of the devil in
thrm, and the tail end of such combinations
of sin wijrle a Iouk while after the
ftttid has hd a bullet sent through it.
Tlie si'iismodic strung. ts of the Pe-
niocracy t thi presvut wri.ir:g. is &io-
gul.trly corfirmaiory of this rem.trkfthle
inst.inre of a j:iurri:il in ihiit interest
eunfiu.i.j; itself to fa t. We sLi.ll not
too curiou.y inquire how that journal
li.ir.ptnt'l to hit upon the truth on the
occasion referred to. Let U3 take tbe
jrood the (iij l? send us. The tJresion
ahove quoted, may httve Veen. and prob
ably ffay, indrertpntly made; but for
all th:t, it hine3 with all that beauti-
! force of contract, that leodd such a
distinctive briiiianre to 41a rich jewel
ia an Ethiop's ear'
COWING & CO.,
Ol'9E CARRIAGE
aM
ORNAMENTAL PAINTI5G!
Comer nf Ornifly mid Thiid 5trtt,
CARSON CTTYy NKVAPA.
The r; Knfsn;Ki worm takk Tins
ainl vicimtT th:it tli.y r prrj'trt-.! t.M-x-riii'
Smith, t Tn:inn-n'ai l'ait-tinj:. in
iliriid anii w.ikniaiilikm;mnrr ; ;tiM will t;kf
r.urtirU t" l ptrti.r'ti ativ wm k in 'lifir line, iih
tu the cirri of fittj- ni'Uu f ibicit. Outers
fnm tin- ron-ttiy !.ltcjt-1.
Tht !--it ..f r-V rt-i' pivn to th atiihty to
fiiifill thir ontn t, ht-t-rfnlly jjiTn. thir
lTit t-! ,ir niftifiMit, ml "iir nIt-m f it -it c l-usi
nri t- -ninT.r niliHrcu-rirr with r..mptm--r.
jy-"-if ' CW Nti ".
lEPB AMLEBLX.! JlOU ToBROEB.
M ASDLEBATJai & TOBRINER,
Cnir of Carwn nni Miuwer gtrtfTa,
(County BuiMin?8,)
CAIISON CITT,
Y J AVE ON' HAND A COMPLETE CTOCK
GEOCEEIES, PROVISIONS.
Wiirn, Liquor,
CHOCK i: It Y.
Wallpaper,
PAINTS ANI OILS.
CARSOS STREET, SEXT P(M TO THE TnEftTEH,
CAUSOX CITY, Ni:VADA,
HOUSE, SIGN
ORX.IIEXTiL PA1XTER
jy-JT-tf 1
V c:t!l tli- altt-ntion f tiitltiaen l 'tar fin
l IUti-ti( ' -1
The Y hi ns. A U'e I'ari? li-t'cr
fay-: 'F.i-hioni are suii s'n-il: n I -r
than ever. tr: i.Mirn'Atr dny by
day. A pifi-e ( f rui!.- t:,-d uimIit t!ic
cttin. With a bow or tl v t r ti p t. t.
i? a bonnet. In Frsttrr ;!-.e Ktnt.ite
ropTtiio-s nie lapid'.y prt.iiTid
The Ernprc-? is riel-eriiiincd Hity s ; :i I '
heroine the iashioti. A n rt c :rr; hr ut-re.
tipMt-i. iHt q::ie re.u i;;ii: in Tlie wn;.-t.
is much tn r'-yf i'it now. nini roTti-id-cred
very C'.ihni t :. 'I he liiit jack
ets ait iLoiiat roiiiiii'n.J'
AH APOLOGY DEMANDED.
Yalianditfharu informs Raymond of
ihe New York Time?, that he and tis
friend Ft rnan!o Wood ft tI orrtrte ytrtiit,
expect aii tntn.btrs of the Philadelphia
Convention, who cannot proi'.uce certiS
rates of incarceration in porae one of
the Tyrant Lincoln's P.asrile, or at
least produce satisfactory evidence of
having been kirked out of a Federal
camp, to apologize to them f .r what
ever they may have said or written of
them, of an uncomplimentary nature
duririjr the late disturbances Their
apologies having been tendered and ac-
eeptft', the rn'liU tur-Hilt. will be re-es-
tahli-hed and they will be permitted to
take back seats at the Philadelphia
Convention. When we reflect anon the
nature of the imputations under which
Val. and Iiii fellow) L ive been compel
led to w rithe for a few years, their for
bearance in demanding and their map
nammity in accepting sosliht a recom
pense for their wronjr becomes strik
ingly apparent, flreat is chcek" and
VaKandjrliani i the prophet thereof.
A colok v n cir! in (i- orsria has brr"t
a sit tor brearli ot promi-e of inarriap1
against a rn'trro in hi. I: is the hr-t
ra-e of the k i m d ever k wn in fieoriria.
NEW, TO DAY.
involution.
I'llF PI TVKK-llU' Hr.l:KTnK.':E EXIfT.
1 i g ln-n Vrv-r U'.ill;. K !. in
liHP !"'! I ; ''Y'-'l 1-V TLllfll il ll-t-rtl . '1 i, III1,
ne 8 " ill U-ve .T--' It ( 1 T ! '1 ('Il 1' v Vm" l.l I- i
.1 iw 1 -h r 7 T ...i k.-t - -l.-t.-- .1
Mens Furnishing Goods !
.owet 3Isirkft Ii !
af chII Wirt f-xainiii ci:r stfn k Lrf"re u:
Ordrrs from the Country Promptly
ATTKNM.D T .
TO 1HKWKHS A St MUIkk.K:
THE flB.-CUlBKR HAS OS 1IASD
Pmrit( FiMTirlBlCkcw
m( TotMcc.
ALSO,
U0 Pmla t Art SaMfclag
Tolcr,
Wlii. li will l. . ld on vt ry fa.'r:Mt ffrnm. A
J. MIX O. F'X.
CLOTHING STOKE!
MY (H.I) Fl'.IKMlS AND THE I'lULIC WTI-L
EXTRA lDI(CMi:TS
t Tiir
1 O I 1 ! XX U M O
r
J. IKSTH K,;
Kr-tablir-lu tl in lsGO !
.-TE'.i-rr. i
J1.INCLKBAI n TIIBRISKR.
i. i ' ir
J1HN WAIiNLH.
JACOB L1S.
l'l'KNlSl IIN(i ;)IJS,
ILi O T IX IXG,
AMI IN IVtl.Y VAS1HY OF
IXATS
Trunks
4RMC1T1 HRKWtlM. KOP1KI. .V l'J.ATT.
t TVTT. THK 1TKNTI' N OF or j DFALFTts IN
!, ,,.., i! .:r,, ... tto Trnn,, Lr,r i (jents &BojsCustom STadeClothics
w ill
liAGEIl
In large or Miiall qnantities.
At the ptirtt-i-t n tice.
ur ff it-t.-i tlit it i
i nr ti .-w.-ry , an-1
tit. w. i j
. , t lt:il'ii'- C'l HIhI l-tIiHH:
M;ill ai ! Ihi- PUinheU ti Brewers in .jnanti-
tlf- tM lljt.
-ni' W ;KK 4 Kl INF.
1
Is i:iTi"Kt no cai:n. tiik patkon---f
f m--' f: ill: 1- i- re t fully .'.l. r-i .
y H. At i;. 11 KVM1K :
Offi-- Bil.l -uz.
'I.T. K-t
anT-tl
Sas Fuam-im-o. A'lgUi-t 6. lSGfi,
I I. KS
lmpnri:U OS Ofl
Ahh I'O
Cii .lir-l'nMw 1V2 I"!
S.iir l'l-"' )
ET STATE TELEGEAFH
From the Virii.i:i t'ninn rf yes-truay.
Nov Voiik. Ana- 5-- Five mf-jsjpp
fri ni Kur..e l.v CVl.e wtre rectivtd lo
.li.y. The IVmmprri:iT' fnni.rjr aricle sat?
i!St- r- i i 1 1 rcai-iion in ftotks Ett-tJ e?-rt-ril-iy
runtinufs to-d.tr. Governm''!!!
sri-uritifi iiuirl luit steidr. Up'irtf
:irf i-urrfiil tii.it private diSj.iiTces luive
iii-en rtefivp;l tj.i-itin 3 2'i's L aiiuu
etml.iy nt l.ut we are unable to!
auuicntitatc tl;e minor. Ti.e repurt
i!i;it :ir:e uLii-r were receive J bjr Cable
jestenlay t.-r i-Uo's apoenrtj liave teen
mien. if.l f.ir etl'eft iim) tbe gold .re-
inium. l..ire ri.ij.meiits ol bunds wi.l.
however, lie male to-uiurrow at Board
.!i.Mtiuii fir ivernmf nt securitirs
were niieliatieJ, rxrejt fur oli 5 20'i,
wbirii were one-eighth lower.
Ottowa. C. W.. Anif. 5. Gotnpli
Tnentary fjreetinjis pa.-seti tbningh the
Atlantic Cable Ijetwrcn tlie Q'letn and
ihe (Vnaiiian Guteriirnent. One of the
mi-ssHcea tnnk only eleven minutes to
pas- frftn Nen fimniJland to London.
Wakhinutom, Aug. 3. Attorney Gen-
YOUK
GOODS
AND-
X3
AT-
I.MPKlilAL
FIRE ISSTJEAKCE CCMPAST,
o F I. on l o N ,
cash capitai ,oo.eoo
l.iK? PAID 1MVKII ATELT ON
a.ijn-'lm-!it. in t . in.
Mewn.. lAUl-hNUI. lit 1.1. fY .
ALi-ntf. r.;m Irancico.
J. E. iAl:l:KTT, A pert. n.:n-m .
OLCOVICH EROS.,
Crr,-r Carcu aud Fonrth Streets,
l-tf CTn City.
NOTICE!
All wl.ft It way i'nnrrrn.
EDWIN A. DAVIS,
CARSON ST11KET, CAROX CITY,
L&te in the nii : -yn:c :,t M..tt k C-.)
ttius tn
STOVES.
'I'in War, ltnni, ' t
-let ftn GMtahi7e.! Ir. n. r. j ati-t T'n TT it.
W rker. Pini.iiiir aiuiiti. n ..u-i t.. J U ..i k
4 ry ri.'r:i.T.. n. .1. I '-tl
SALOON.
T
ltri: 1IIK rMiH:tiiVTI. tltK i TICK
;nfen I re. c-itin a ce1 1 n piece n
pirel nf mi i" t:r titi l i qim tz I'Xte. io - rirg
Valley nil- .i'R-rtcl. l,'.ii . in it Stale "I -va.in
alfir f nr linn-'e f t f ubkl: w .-ftrmeily
kiitfivt: - tl.e IUii.1 A Bmk iom pitiTn I la'ru-;
nl-o al- i-t s s l.n'iitie-1 feet .-li the whitIi end f ihe
viount II- p.!'' " iiy'm laim- Binkin in all one
ri o mri fe.r. ftai-l tinilUA tieitig alin.i.nittn nc
c ir-liie.' 'o ill - ..w-. f tlie Mate ot Nevada guTem-
inie qua: tz aiittes,
T. B. WIN-TIN,
t. mhi;k kn-.w itn,
J. M I.ATl W HJi.
T. n. SMI H,
jiiHN u. Winters.
Dated tnw 4th inj4 ucui. A. V. IK 6. 5w2
BAT'JIXG
rpill WILL KNoWN Ti.'KIA1. ? I.iV A
I aft p.aibihi; fr-ijli : -i. ii ettt uiu aluntu le
I. un.l rl.-aa ali'i ciiiit..l lati'e in l".iu iMiltne:it
l':rTicuiar aitntn.n '.t..l t.i lfur i iiinru. I !
tuiie-i an well a ln-titlemen. ll.r, t'.M alui
-b . er hlLi-at ail h. ii's J . Ml LI.KK.
J .1 . tf
' llatKi.u Cap. Vt-l. Mkiii-ii..
Trunks and Vausfs, Beats and S.i.is, tc,
Curner f Car-- n ami T1.it .i tr-t !.
,,, fir. rity. Sntt.
TuAi v v i ii i i" i;i n ivk n i n s in
f . vill. I .Hi" t e- ..! ."II Al" 1 Ml Lirll
U M'H'A lll N. n.l alM t.-f.nn a
I HKM H 1.1.
V -iitl-.j T- Ili s t. 1 e I a:J '11 a.V;r.". "
L'-rs'7ts n J.- t'lVy. 1' - - l'- cy i.i .v. rru..
fla.. f i Vflali I..
Pi i,a:- l.r.-. u-
. 9 oo
.. 6 OO
I-r!v i.r-irTH. i l-y leotr. to .r t.
A 1 h IN ; 'f . a: Xrt J V l. :, taiuli try,
OXTY 3VI AI1KET,
I'enr.-t Bl ' k. CaT--n street,
CARSON CITY.
b Till.
II
AM Mi l'l'K: ll;
,...(-. .-I.ii . vt li- !i. -ir
I :i:kir-li. 1 e i:i;l- I : ' I T
-i'. -' nut . re-- iiiL..-ii.. it ' U..-i-
tl.-nae . I 1 '.. i I-1 --I- It la-l-el-l.v f f.t.
Mi .1 ui:l r- :n! riM- t it niHy V vb :;rt Y.i kfT m tl e
-ial.-. li V..I 1 M'l'I i.-U Witt- li-
.11 !. i.iel :n le ii.-.i-: .v.il;- A'ir.K.
1 a: kli.f. n. V h. -w .li e.-l.tM i!e 1 . Mt I; .i-:.t.
Jttlli !.. KK.
Cpr -n r;te, Vne Tf. T"".
r vl'l tiu
I'- "' i eral Stans-hnry has piren his opinion
K.-l.'Il'T ...
Yeli-iw Jacket.
Overman. . ................... 37 I ' 1
Sierra Nevada...-.--.............. 3 UU
llll't.
Oro vn Poiut OT'i 00
Um:ire 1IM1 I 0
On.i'.J Curr. "'
II lie S Noreross lil 110
Ji11;.ki :;iMHi delphia, and O. B. Stonehkcr three
Kh"tieV.""!."."...".".".".'." 24 W ,im'"9 rejected a. A, sewor of Internal
Uouudence 4i IXJ Ueveoues, PbiladelbiA.
'hat the nomination rejctej by the
Senate can be legally made by the Pres
id tit during recesf,
The Presilert ha? appointed Wm. F.
Johnson Collector of the Port of Phila-
li-Tkr Ilrat Haa4jr tmr Prlfjrtai(
th l-i-od, Stra-iiheaia tlie Narrva, KwtoiiBg
the L-t Appetite, to
rrces llambnrs Tea.
It is the I ii' pnnemtin agiimitatajast any sick-
oew. it uaed timely. C(ipai-44f kertjaonlj, it
ca be giyau sat. ly to mf -U. I all dirocikiaa in
tad all. trench, .'puit aad Oarawa, with eerj
ptckage. TUX IT!
r Kale at all I ha wboUaale aa4 rataU
atorae aai gueariea.
EM1L FRESE,
rb.4awle Draegwt, 4e Agaat,
auVI; !. Clar(toMt.aaa
DRV COOODs,
CLOSING O U T
FLEISHHACKER & MEYER,
AASOtt FLIgHHArikCK, J fCArFFWAK H. METE!' ,
BKO TO OFFl'R inns HV'CE 1VKI.L
wiecieil Mock, ol iieneial MeicbanJiae, c.iti--itii.g
in part of
I.RtMERIEIi, FLOIR, CiRAlX,
riiOTHISIC,
rRMU IKPLEJIESTS
rBOtKERT, ake
AT
GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.
IN OLDER
To Close Out their Business.
THE gORE AND LOT occupied It m is
aleafjR 8ALK.
- r LE!?HIIACa; METER.
ch8-tf Cai Citr.
E. E. MCRTGN,
JTAMJAlTlKIB AMI lKAUH IN
laBOOTS AKD lEAlHEE.l
HA- ON HANK. t.i. LA I Ar;ol.lli.NT
. f UNK a: .1 MINIM. It
.i.f. m i.-.fs -V.-.(. tin'.rr in rf tr.-rT.ii.,..i"fn Fit
Riaairlaf .Vneaitb c-"u-i ai..i '. ! -rl.
. 1st. 1.. a'l.er ;.r:tl v Hi.Iini:. n-'.-'rz.f
I . in ii.e J. d tl : It " K , ltiuk at. I Unit
.ASTA CRrZSOI.F.l.FATItt-.R e.
l-i-v'. v-t--it-tl t'l 71. Jl'?'- tf
TOUDEjBACOn
Book and Job Printers,
Book Binders,
Blank Book Makers,
Paper Rulers,
536 Clay St., opp.LeidesdoifT,
San Francisco, GaL
Tt: Tina are larre importers of Paper,
Printers' Materials, Ink, &c; aal with tt
inrgest Printing Office in tls State, are able ta
o pood work w.ta dispatch, at very lav
prices.
Parties sendine orders from the Interior will
be served as JaitMnlly as though persosallT
present.
Samples and price riots furnished if deiiied,
cd work goarantaed to f- tatistietisB.
Agents for H. D. Wade's Inkii

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