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THE DAILY APPEAL
M. R. MIGHELS::::: WEDNESDAY XOXSING. AUG. 29 lr6" Frscssdings of th Taiaa Csatrsl Com mittee of Oraiiby County. At a meeting of the Union Central Com mitter of Onnsbj County held at the County Clerk's office, in Carson City, on Monday errning, August 27th, 19fi6, it was unanim ously RetolrrJ, That the Cnion County Conven tion of Drmshy County be held at District Court Room, in Carson City, on Tuesdas, September 2-ith. a. d. 1"6. at 12 o'clock it., and that the Convention have authntv 1st, to nominate a County Ticket as follows : One Sheriff. One Contity Clerk. One County Treasurer. One County Assessor. One District Attorney. Otie County Kecorder. Three County Commissioners. Two State Senators. Three Assenib'.jraen. One Justice of the Peace, and one Cons table for Carson Towriship (to He nominated by the Itelegates from Carson and Clear Creek Precinct) ; and one Justice of the Peace and one Constable (to be nominated b the Drletrites from Empire Precinct ); and 2d, to appoint a County Central Committee for the ensuing year. 2d. The Convention shall consist of twenty cne Delegates apportioned among the exist ing precincts of the county upon the basis of the vote for the Lincoln Presidential Elec tors Sir 14, as follows, to wit : Carson City Precinct, 14 Delegates. Empire City Precinct, Delegates. Clear Creek Precinct, 2 Delegates. 3d. The Delegates to the Union State Con vention from Ormsby County shall be elected from the county at large bv a direct vote of the people. The Judiies of the election shall certifv to the Chairman of the County Cen tral Conimi -e a correct poll of the vines cast for ltrlegatrs to the l ninn Mate Con vention. The Central Committee shall can vass the votes and certify credinti ils to the Dt-tesrates el-rted. 4ti. The primaries for the election of eight Del-gatc to the lnin State Convention and twenty-. nc Deleg.itcs to the Union Co'ir.tv Conveni:m shall beheld fin Sirurdtv. Sept- embcri!. 1SS. The pulls shall be opened at 4 o'clock I. m. arid close at 9 o'clock P. w. In C;irs..n l":ty I'reciot the election shall be held at the Pavilion ; in Empire C:tv Pre cinct, at ; and in Clear Citv k Precinct at Walton s Svlionl 11 u-e. th. No p'-rson sh til be permitted to vote fM Dt-ifatr to tti. L'nion Stare or Ctiuiltv i' -nven'ion wh will not ans.-r arfirni.vivi-lv mil. if ii-iri -ueI, pruvctii ttie satisf tc'i.in of the J..i!. s of the election the foUoumg tst questloliS. to nit : 1-t- lh 1 y ni v.it for the Lincoln. Prei flenTul Ko-rTor , in Is'tl. or wtui.l vou hive done s- h ul y--n h id ;m iportu.itv r 'il. Ar- you i r. i-t-red ..trr of thi- Muntt ntvi ciiit. r r a; I viki tie a ri'nisurt'il .;t,.f i f t:iis eiiiKi'y and precinct at t:ie next en suinir i-i t:. n r il. Will vou support the nominees of the Union St it" C iiiii iitioii to be held at Cirs.ui Citv mi t!it- 21 il iv uf October, lnW. aod tb-tiom;m-cs of the Union County Convention t tie helii -a Carson City on the 2-ith day of SeptenibT. ls ;; ? 'itri. Thit (Centrol Committee of Douglas Count v coiiciirnni;) the Judicial Convention to n min ite a Jude for the District coin Nsii f Orui'iy and Dounlas Counties tie held at tiie i)i?rift Court Room, in Carson t'itv, un T'i-s.iiy, October 2.1, IS , at 7-i o'clock r. st., .mi that the Judicial Conven tion cttiji is.'d of the Union Dclegites to the State 1 'onvcntiun from Ornisby and D0114U Counties. Ttu. That the following named persons be, and they are hereby appointed Judges of the prirnaries, to wit : For (' irson Citv Preeiner. Edw ird Irwinf K. II. Mrad-r ami H. P. Phillips. For Kuipire Precinct, John lllack, L. A. lleck& rd and K. It. Itr mn. Kir (! ar 'reed Precin -t, R'lfns Walton, Charles Cndivick and J. R. Grinncll. II. S. Mason. Chairman Orms'iy Co. Union Cen. Coin. R mt;i:r M. Ci akkk. Secretary. Rr.sir.N tios or A Mkmiie!: of the Cin'srv ('i.NTHAi. Cummittkk. The scnti nients cont.iiued in the foltuwin enmrnum c.ition rt-il ct ranch credit upon the autlior : Ca::so City, August 27th, l.v5. To Tl. S l.t-o:i, Eq., C!i liroi .n of the Orm'n; County Union Central C ornini'tee : Mspi'ctino soon tn leave the State, havinir no tim- to d. vote to ai.ythini hut picpHr-itioiii t'or :ny . -p irfur . :in 1 fully a.prrci iUn.r the necsity and ininortance of earnest and ajtive work triromxti.oit the coming poiitii ai einipiiuri t.y very 01 m wholovt ttie l'nion, I feoi is to he my d-iry to re-n-n my p .sirion is a ni-nioiT of toe Ui.i.-n Counrv Central Ci:nr:(!it-'e -f .rnit'y 1'-. 111.tr. In rcin itli su.-li feiiii.'Ti I b..jle.ive to siv fhut I am t.oiv, a I evT h ive ii.ro a riilicttl L'titoa "11-1. eii'l ks:u4 Coli'rcs and h'-artily d pisinr sii'.-li pri teiid.d Union nirn as are wiliiar To fraternize with tr .i'or-.. tii-.tiKiii: I'.i Nri'. Mrri'i-f of th- ftrniNoy Cooutj L'u.uti Cea ir.ii t rn:iu;te. ; r; it . T- ;i a . r .s N . w t a r f. Til-" l ? I 1 nr Sf-u'-' uii i:rt!iTTi ft r'i :lsi ,, ,'it. t'.niri t'T.t 't I i- t'.i'iuri.i i-r i-l:iu . ti v lvr O V-Pil ir-i:ii I- uf tll St-ltl I"'i itr tiit- k.i i-. i'- ''1 I'.f rr . i.: n I, xm.'i' i r - t i.f .t ! 1 v .1 ( : r . M h 1 1 f r Riii;!:irv err. t: 1 ' v '. I ." .i.r. liiw.ii lAf i 4 -T . I'l It I'll'r-t ff "i -r 4. 1 l ! I' lU" : n ; tut A 'j il ii.r-( sr-M-r ;!. . .::l:..-d .-.'-..e s...... ,,,,- -'.v . Ti.f tn-ir t .:u ffM tor hv th--:l :i il.t . an'! ht- : i-r tto : f ' v 1,1 i . t try 'i-t t ; .t ti-,.i r r:f :,".v hiiv. Th U-v-t Kr'-.-j;.-i. T. ! -'.r. 4' 'n'.. !m are t . . i . i... ... . i . .....i. , . a " iuneri; (Ir-Vr-t Mr!-; lien H .r u- Korter. V . S. 0; J-,r. rtri(S: l.r-vt Brig -ffn. Uihr't k. U. S. En iuer; Sc-roml Lie.ir. A . B in. 4' h THE POLITICS OF SAH FKAKCISCO. Perhaps we hnve but little reason for expecting very deep Uuion seotinient in so peculiarly a cosmtiptdilsn eily as San Francisco. The population of that city leurese-iu almost every nation of tbe earth ; and the foreign element, or the European, rather, is as vicious it is influential in forming social and pol tical sentiments and habits of thinking 'and acting. An assimilation to the aristocratical ton of London, Paris and the atmosphere of tbe Knickerbock ers and Fifth Aveooodles, makes earn est, persistent radicalism unfashionable, and graciously but unmistakably as signs tbe rude and rugged politics of tbe Freedom-loving North to that un mentionable condition which your cream cheese religionist exquisitely and daintily provides for the bold and per sistent self assertions of the plainer folk who worship in conventicles end in camps. Tbe sickly air which snr mnnds a numerous class wh are bent npon the conservation and cultivation of tbe social amenities has caused our sort of politics to be tabooed ; and there are no small numbers of promi nent Unionists who would bn?b to be detected in alluding to tbe rebels as anything else than " Confederates ; " who would strenuously avoid tbe men tion of Bancroft's name in the presence of an Englishman and who are nervously particular to always speak of Maximi lian as " the Emperor." This continual habit of accepting the severe rules of etiquette laid down by an artificinl and foul'.es " society " as paramount to the dictates and impulses of a hearty eonviction, has done much to smother that vigorous, courageous and healthful political growth which did occasionally force itself through the deadening odors of European perfumery in San Francis co during ihe war, and which is now more activelv alive in the heart of the bette- men of the old Bro.lerick piirtv ,1! that city than in any other ii.i.irter. Hut Hie t let IS. opper!ieadim of one sort j iUia ano-lier. is a powerful element la t.ie loU'.ic of that city. It lies ilor mant in the form of genteel " Cun-erra I t -m," and grows rank in the cl'ibs. And j. crimps the most dangerous ;is well as tbe most selfi-b character of ' Cun--ervAiisiu " is that which prompt? the a tual continuance of the so-ciilJ People's Party. That organization, avowedly and shauiclcs-iy gives it. preference to men as against principle? We bare every reason for believmir. however, that the majority of the Peo ple's Party of San Francisco are, at Deart, Unionists. We know that it has been ail admitted necessity for the suc cess of the Uniou party there that the L'nion men of the People's party ami the law and order men of the BroJefo k Democracy should unite with the Re publicans to carry tbe elections. Hoi it is also observable that while the Peo ple's par:y are glad to get the votes ol the Cro lciuk men, they are very loth t divide the municipal utlices nub them. The watchful, jealous spirit o ihe old Vigilance Committee still exists and stiii makes itself fell. Now hai are the facts ith regard to the present pendiu eiectiou in that city? They ate s.iiiplx these: The pith and vigor of, tne oi.it.-c lies between the tnuitdaits ! r Coief of Police. The Copperheads h.ive nominated one P. J. V hi'e, formerly Stier.lf of Jinrra county, now a liquor dei'er 0:1 1'iont s reet, an opn, oticom promising Copperhead. Ti;e L'nui. ticket hears tile name of Patrick Crow ley, and he, solely upon thst ticket is riot a niemher of th Iti-;It"? Iartv r. lit .tlier words, every cMitr iiniitiric i: the irHn:2.iti.m r a P. .'? P-rTy man. Tue elerti'in of rhii-f (t jinl'ic, DrJinarilv, wo:il-J hp a m.titer of but i :t tie t-ff. ti-iM 1 : h:it at th:--j ii.t-Trt, it htfiiiiifri of vt rv jTrt-at im ;jri.ir . ti, f -r v:riiu.-. re it:i, pr-n:i i.' ni ;tiu;i is U.p tu t thnt rd'.v I-y 'a -i i- iitct rarv to s.it:s?"y tli' three . r f. . -i r th-iu-iui n:": wht, like him. !evt:t- i their TioIiTic.il lives t I.iv,i! C. Llr' lt-;;.-i, thai their new nHie tr- IV r t li.eir nuniher In ar opt ii au 1 a ! T',r:r'"l' C('trlieid. Au when we . t:.!.e Ili f.aot-i iiiTo c i.-i'it r.niori Thut te oaiiuure ut iowtr. it 13 f vital ne- 1 J verity taut ihey sliouhi be treated with o tout b of cun-iilrr.iiiui as would be j CllDT eyr4 lUe corAx support of , Crowley bj lha People's Part. reccjftiizirg the value of the moral force which the manifest political character of the metropolis tif the Pacific must have in future elections in our sister Stale, wo earnestly trtist that the Union ticket, Crowley and njl may be triumph antly elected. REPORT OF H05- CARL SCEtTRZ, .'In December, I8G5, to Andrew Johnson President, on the condition of affairs in the States of Smth. 1 arolina, Oer gi, Alabama, Xississippi and Louisi ana, i-nmedia tl after the close ef the Wax lof the Rebellion ) We make the following extracts from the above report, in order that our John sonian renders may contrast tbe condi tion of affairs reported therein, with what it is io-day, as brought About by tbe lamentable operation of 'my policy:' ' hen the news of Lee's and John ston's surrenders burst upon the South ern country the general consternation was eitreme. People held their breath, indulging in tbe wildest apprehensions as to what was now to come. Men who bad occupied positions under the Con federate government, or were otherwise compromised in the rebellion, run be fore tbe Federal columns as tbey ad vanced and spread out to occupy tbe country, from village to Tillage, from plantation to plantation, hardly know ing whether they wauled to escape or not. Others remained at their houses, yielding themselves up to iheir fate. Prouiineut Unionists told uie that per sons who for four years had scorned to recognize them on tbe street, approach ed them with smiling faces and both hands extended. (They were Chivs. Eu ) Men of standing in the political world expressed serious doubts as to ahether the rel.ei States would ever again occupy their positions as States in the Union, or, be governed as con quered Provinces T:.e public mind was so despondent that if re-admission, at some future time, under whatever conditions, had beeu promised, it would then have been looked u ion as a favor. The most uncompromising rebels pre pared for leaving the country. The misses remained, in a state of fearful ex j.eetancy . Such was, :ic eord:nii to the accounts 1 received, the character of that tirt period." Poor, scartil, deluded cbiVa'ry ! they l:d not know that so soon Booth would srive them, by one '-electoral bullet," tli"ir best friend for President. T' ey ;!:! felt that to get under the old fl:ig ui.i the protection cf its governuicii ::i'n, on terms, save as conquered Provinces, was a boon which the nio.-t ippreciative cotiS-1 not fuliy and riohtly value. Treason with them wms then as id'.inis as hell itself. But how changed he condition, in one year! Treason be oines iimwiit.' and instead of saying to the government whose good name and substance they had been destroying "We are unworthy to be called thy sous, make us, we pray thee, as thy hired servauts, or, "do anything to keep us irom starttitj on the husks of 'seces- ion," they are now, by the grace of "my policy," clamoring to be, not only iet iu just n3 they are, ' but de laring they ii 7H' u-ill br. and will immedi ately relieve Union men of the arduous labor of reconstruction and carrying on ihe g iverumeut. The four ears unre ci gjized Southern l uionists whom they then met so blandly, and with pyco piiniiiic smile endeavored to deceive into acts of grace toward them, are now hated, hunted, spurned, run out of the Si mil, and, in many casts, murdered in .'.'' Uo"'f. for loval opinion's sake. A SoTTHfeKN Vlt.W OK TH R Nrii;HO. Tile New Orleans ll-rald, a new hT:l paper, take-- very seniMe view of free negroes at tlie ?outh. It shys: Thre hth m-n who lo not unierTnnd the -social prorlt-m hu h the free t.ero inipoie- ot its for a solution Make the Miot of him. Improve him in every way that his uaMiie and eapaeit v w i 1 1 hear, and the enigma i.- r-ulviti. If fd-ii-ation i.- jjiitui lur the white man b-ait-4 it ni.ik' -- hi:ti a bettt-r ritizt-n. Ff ! r Ho tJ.u k m:iTt, l.friiiisf ir is ft'iit-ip If t tie n. ut" ere;' T nre f ;v; :n- om-! moie v:Un.thle it, aue w.have : -.nfit it t. ii ihiuir-: whith ni'lii-at ;r,t' ! i'-io e uti! which are u-e!e, how mnli r.'ton f -r 1 v,-i hit inenf have we in h, r:tt-e wiiii-h hii i.ivaa h-en ti-eful v.!ij:t'li to ti-i ii en:y d1 par' in-hl uf il'et jtn 1 w h;rh fan improve so :-:!;,? Tiit-re ? t;o u-e in HVoidinff the .-s.ie, lor it ha. to he met. It upheave- :ih sori il svsh in already, ami men irt'ifht a-i well pat their fee Mir:'int a a .-lanthind . to try to ke-p it down. The iaiere-t f every mn, woman nnd ehil-1 in the country cannot bp denied hy pnjudiee. ami it is only prejudice or 5vf 'ii wlm h refused to tee tbe way n it. of th tMnelf. SUTTEELEY BROIIIEKS Photographic Booms! And;iRf.iaiA - . ICUVA thz eeihto or mvtxku vaios- im. It is highly gratifying to note tbe fart that tbe loyal States are sending dele gations formen of the best and most prominent and influential citizens to the great gathering of Southern Union ists which is to assemble in Philadel phia on tbe 1st Monday of tbe coming month. We hope some action will be taken by the party here, in order that Ne vada may be properly represented. We would suggest in this connection that the State Central Committee take ac tion in the matter and secure, if possi ble among Nevadans who are at present visiting tbe Eastern States such a dele gation as will faithfully represent tbe views of tbe Union men of our State Let it be borne in mind tbat this is a movement by the persecuted Union ref ugees of tbe South to devise some means for self protection against the conse quences of their betrayal by Andrew Jobnson into tbe bands of their most relentless eoemies. Indeed we can urge this matter no more strongly than by quoting the closing words of the circu lar which accompanied tbe call for a Convention of Southern Loyalists. Here are tbe words: Let ns then perform our duty to ourselves and our country by meeting together for con sultation upon our present condition and fu ture interests, and present to the country the united voice of the downtrodden Unionists of the South, presenting a fearless and truth ful statement uf facts which shall command the attention and challenge the confidence and sympathy of every friend of the Govern ment and of human liberty throughout the land. NEW, TO-DAY. To the Electors of Ormsby County. or WTI.L TLFASK TAKE NOTICE THAT I tli? int T-r iht r-jft-trjtTiri (.f tiif iiMtitft ..f tht jtiiitit.t .ittfT.Ttt .-f (urmfl Ttn.-hii. pn..r t Tin- P-nrvI F frTi( n to !- I M n th- mli Iav f N' nAtr. A I. will fitme at W1 i cl.rk M " F 1 !. the 191H 4 my f L. C. Mt KKKPY. To the Electors of Ornisby County. ViT U1U TAKK (T,CF Til T I tli1 tin:e f r riie- -!'fri-trii'-n .-f th- n-tiii-M . t ff .jti;t)iii-i tl-t.ire...f 1 Tni'i'f T.iti-ii.p p'l.rtu t):- tl r.:t. ti.,n t -1 v . n thr t :h .:av N..r-tl.Kr, A 1 1 . Ull! .MM- .-IT .. .-ri.-k ' M 11 rlla. 1hc I9ilm tlay of JAM K M Rri-a, T..i-irj' A pin, l-mpiTf T"nliip, TllliKK YKAllS A;). Tli Pme knit Vetticine ?'..rp in tlir litlleoM fmrne liiulilirK M. w th Car.n Tt.f-ater mas -t.ntni by Ut J'S S. HAM VI I R. and In-m n-r.-si-ily lsrteii i.n a very li;)it flt.sk; prrs veianc an4 i l.-se attention t t-usinew, m.slefHtr prires, mid a rKtistnnt stn.ty t. jil-ae, have riul uUy bnitT lip ttt tiQ-itiess, an even through tlie ilnil limes thst it m to l.e h.st may not re- Tiit lis, tLe tia.le bas grailoaliy inrreasnl, ami new ttie pmprietiirti leave ti. inform his friend ari-l the public penerslly. tliat to aixi-BiDioilafe his trade, he has remmed to the rire.f.roi f BniMinfr, adjoinin - Wells, taipo A Co , and Stted thi-aanie f.r hie bnsiiiesn in a htyle cueuaeu in this $tate. arid will hereafter as heretofore sell Ooods a the very lowest . an rates. Th i-t.k com prises a well selected assortment of DlU tiS. MKIII. I INKS, AI.S. PmHMKRT, Cut? MKTRS, HAIK OIL.'. HwllKK8. BltlSllKS riltyry, rilMT lliUET, PATET aid PUnrillKTAKT hKMtDlKS, PAINT 9 A'!" VARMsHUS, sriMK,W uLAS-s (aill sire, cut to orden. KKKllfJh.Ni. LAMP?, CHlM.NKTS, WICKS, ulL, Ac, FANCY lilJOW, fTATION Kl.T MADAME DEMdlttM'g ToIlJST UCKiD. and the cekbi ated lluK F. Mt UK INKS, W II T Ml 8 tOI.IC JlKlilCINK. 11A1M1K OINTMENT, and Bll.l.t WILSON'S LI SI MENT, and everr arti.le usually found ia a Brst-claua Store. articular rare in tl.a careful praianttine af Phjskian's Preis-i ipti.-n slid t-auiily KKioes. au 1-4-1 f JOSKFH MA.SbLSBAUa. I JACOB TOBR1SSK. MANDLEBAUM ft TOBRINEE, Corner of Carson and Musser Streets, (County Buildings,) cAnsoiv oxn I I AVE ON HAS A COMPLETB STOCK II I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. Wines, Llqsist C li O C K K It Y. V aJlpitpor PAINTS AN13 OILS We call the attention gQtlenwfD to oar fint 4rtui(fut ul Men's Furnishing Goods! atikh we will sell, wholesale and retail at tb Lew?t Market Prtcew ! Please rail and examina onr stork befusw par- chaeing elsewlierv. OS-stars frstssi tai fstslrw sTs aiawlls ATTKNDED TO. Jaie-tf atSsestw S3M wSMt Mlvrr Bftosssax CoswWWWy. T-. enal.le tlie linsteen to carry ntoeiiecl the Tesoluti-.fi or tne sf.eKhoMers fti ret.fion to the Tran-fer of the cloai. tbestnek- iulii-i-s arereque-ted to sni render their certiSj- ra. m f st'irk in the present Ci.rii ny to the Sec retary, ath.sossce. wiftitit rteisy. ty or.ler. Jau-JJ saw I. u. Kl. secretary. WARDS PERFECT FITTIHG SHIRTS! VOK SALE BY AIL RESPECTABLE DEAL ELS is OI FOR "WAttD'l." TAKE NO OTI1KHS. ftee See that the above Trade Mark is stamped on theYoke.-Ga AI..SO, W A 11 I) ' S INDIA RUBBER ENAMELED PAPER COLLARS, For Ladles anil (.en l nirn. WHOLESALE 4tDIiCT.tlL AT WARD'S SHIRT STORE, S23 MOXTOOM I RY STItKET, S lIliMlMO. tf Ni;V VliK KESTAl'R AST. St-xt Jmtr to Munt kt t Drnc ?t-re. Can-. City. THT? R KPT A fit AM HAMNG Br KX XKW ly refitr-tl tiir meii'-ut. io Ti"W ojin fr-'m fiT clfck in ttie in. -iiitti: until tt-n iUk at uigtit. ri'l ii su(lirsi th H the luxurit-s tht Ma.kat -tdurd-t. tiiv iue a cull. M. P. JY, mrlT Krt.i.-'-?tor. KOPPEL & PLATT. DEALERS IS Gents & Boys Custom Made Clothing Krnialaftn iVaiaida 1 HaUan.1 C.'ifis, llla-'lets, Eatresses, Trunin and YcMta, Boctt and Shoe, c, Corner of Curson ami Tliinl ftreets, auR cri try , Xe rta. Book and Jcb Printers, Book Binders, Blank Book Makers, Paper Balers, 536 Clay St., opp. Leidr sdoiff, San Francisco, Cal. This Tirm are larpe importers of Puper, Priiiters' Materials, Ink, 4c. ; trn i with tb lareest Printing Office in the State, are able to do good work w.th dispatch, at Tery low prices. Parties sending orders from the Interior will be served as suthlnllj as though personally present. Bsmplss aad prios lists furnished if desired, ad work goanataed to gie satislicUaa, Agents for HD. Wads's Inks.