THE DAILY APPEAL
M. r MtGHELS:::::::::::
TUZISAT K0&SIR8, 8 LPT. It. 1866
Yesterday, be :i remembered, was the
fourth auniversary of tbe (-real battle of
Actictam. Anil remembering that grand
victory of tbe Union arms, Irt ibe voters
who oa that jfr, anil ever since, bare
rallied aro'ind the nation's banner and
the nation's curse, here in Nevada,
serre themselves fur the grandest polit
ical liattla which has called for the ar
dor, the integrity and the ballot of pa
triotic Americans since the day wher
the immortal Lincoln's name rallit-l to
tiie polls tbe actual saviors of their
who is Bixa r;j bt the szeed-
HEN'S BUREAU !
Those political economists" who
have been glad to re-echo Johnson's
howl against the Freedineu's l'urea-i,
and whose love for white tax-pavers
has induced them to protest against
ceding "niggers"' at the expense of tue
Government, are respectfully invited to
peruse the following liit'.c extract,
i'nr statements c file at the Wat
department we Irarn that ;
The Aistant Commissioner of the Freed
ii.ei' l.urean fur Missouri, Arkansas and
tae Indian Territorv. forwards to General
Howard an estimate of the number of rations
required for issue to whites and Freerfmen
repectivelv duriiv? t ie month of j.tember.
t"'i. as follows: Whites. thirtv-hve thou
sand; fteedmen, five thousand.
COUAX 03 THE ESCOSSiatTCTED.'
la a late speech at Imliannpolis.
."peakcr Colfax, in his ns:ml clear, apt
and forcible manner, made nse of the
following illustration to show the ab
surdity of tbe claims of rel.i-ls to " im
mediate representation." tviij he:
If. at the r!ne of th Itevolutinnary war,
TJenediit Arnold, after having thrown his
sword in the scale a j .inst his coumrv. had
appeared at the door of the t'intinenta. Con
iress. rlamirinir for his rights, and aavine to
them that, though he had violated hi oath
of fidelity to the lnitd Clonics thouaS he
h.d a;red against the independence ot nis
n 'tive land yet that he "ai-repted the situa
tion." and that, having be-n born upon this
"il. he demanded tne fall enj ivni-ot of hi
rights, with what indignation and scorn
would our heroic father, who, hv their is
im in conncil and their valiir in the field,
had achieved our Independence with what
scorn and indignation wiutd they hate
listened t that appeal. They w-.uid h ive
oaniMird him from their presence; thev
would have declared his t'.uch poll iri in";
they would have d. dared him. as h? was. a
traitor ablins; his native land; an!, treating
him with the same indignant contempt with
which they treated his ari;itf torie- of trie
llevoloti-n. they wouli have hnudi-d him
with their withering end-nin ition. Pan
y?u reil in- in what re-neet th !e i I.ts of thi
rebellion drFer. in the enormity of tUeir guiit.
from Benedict ArnoM r
The Pboihgal" Kcti i. The
Chicago Tribune, in an aide article
showing the rapid decl.ne if that Fa!-
sta.liaa army, the Bread and Unit T
'rigadr, thus mentions, by name, cer
tain prominent r.exsrapers whicii have
rmce mum tot hack upon tl track of
UepuhUcaninm afrer having (rone atrtT.
lor a brief period, in pursuit .f tba:
wre-c'ie 1 nilii' the wisp, "mt po!:cv:"
Ta.-c.:irar of tV- AZhany Evening J .urml
re-ti;n--t h; pst oiic- in ird.-r t lectin i.is
dirical aherty. He is now d.uoi; baitie for
tae K.-puhiican cn.se. The II irtf. r.l C.iiran.
once lioii ' rcan. now repudiate ti..t ren
cc ole au.l d- notiures his mast r. i h. i";st
nnr4 Cumnierciai. afr-r sailing jut as cl e
ta breakers aa it dare, ha lacked ahout.
The Ha:F,.so ConmerriaI. New V rk l'ost,
and Ni-' Yrk A'lverti. r are working back
:uto tne p .rty aa f t as they ran. I Hi- Cleve
land Iltr.l 1. whoe iJ.l .1 still hoida the ne.t
ire. ratm,ie ti stralfl'.e the fence. The
hicai: Jirnal h is iot f iiriv on lue Kepub
c ui -i le f tne Km c nJ has iuit ab.iiUjj
TH:r.rt s STEVks The Vahinjrtot
rrc;i tud- nt if tiie TVorceater Sjv relates
-le fv.iitm mi; iai-ident :
I hi Nun-l.iv evening it was mv ftirrnne ta
the !. Thadiieu Stevena leavinj; for
t i h.nn-. Hi Uce with its !eej f-irrtiwa,
ollt; cni ek, annkc-n eyes, w:ta their bert
ir.it a4 tht toaaiif f-.ivnra... .Mr
::oiuQt i t-k to memory a srratie utterance
f "r.t t-rr.in titemin:tn which I ihii:v-tr-d to
erhear ai-ctitnr:ily. It a a revelation tf
-?ranc- p i hi and orrtw, though the Trtit-e
t :--. with a treniuiou- triumph, which.
jt-t. uie.1 ! r"ine frmu hia miuI. It -t;.! earlv
nt!ieua.v. t .n l,nB nety hU d-s'a.I heard a ; Iri,rJ UcilMI t,he home of Senator Di.o
.ntleinan inu ure. " WeII,Mr. Mevens, how i , , , .. . .,
.rer...tt.u...rni..K:- litt.e.l to welcome Senator Howe, was
are vat ttiis ui'imiriir
tir -ami weaker and weaker every day,
T null ii-ai ! "
3r, TrnrLC. Tiie Portland Press
an t!i:tt l.v-t tiiotitli some men fio' in
for iorg'e off Seyuin, with nets, csp-t-irrd
h ie turtle of the African spe.
i-ies. wlioe fi;pers hal become entan
gled in the net. lis was taken on board
i ue vess-l and brought to Portland. It
.a iadiie l that he weigbs more than
tstivt uunarea pouaus.
TO TDTU TKXBX0ISTT LAW
We hope this ariicle will be read by
every voter is Oraisby Coanty, inas
inch as it contains a very important
statement of fact with regard to tbe
Registry Law. That fact is ibis :
Csdeb TBS Law as IT was amehded
tAST WtXTEB. IT WILL IMPOSSIBLE TO
beoisteb saxu rrosi the poll books
afteb TUB 19th DAT op October sext.
We mention this in order to disabuse
the public mind of tbe erroneous impres
sion that the registry bocks are kept
open until ten days prior to the Elec
tion. uch was a provision of tbe old
law, bnt it bas been amended as indi
cated above. And now. while we are
upon this question lit us act upon a
bint which came to as from a conversa
tion which we got into yesterday, with
a prominent Democrat. In response to
an inquiry aa to how the battle was
likely to go he said, jokingly, "it tiW
ptndt vp 'H irhich party yits the most rota
rryistcrni" :tj that infatuated Cop,
steeped in oigoiry and sin as be is, ut
tered a very sigmficaut and momentous
fact when be ejaculated that sorry old
truism, tor the fact is, two to one as
the v le stands in this County in favor
of the Union party, our known strength
will avail us nothing if we don't beat
tbe Democrats in getting names upon
the Registry B oks. And the fact is,
mis is getting to be a very serious mat
ter. There are only about one hundred
and 5fty names, all told, registered in
all this County. To-day is the lSih of
September and we have before ns, there
fore, just one month and one day to get
the strength of tbe Union party of Ortus
by louniy in a condition to be of avail
in the coming election. Anxious for
such a victory as we can vcl.u ve, it' we
use the means which we have at onr
command, we desire to press this mat
ter upon tbe attention of the laymen
and leaders of tbe party, and to urge
the ndopt on of such measures as shall
produce the desired results within the
next thirtv dsvs.
A Stobt fob IIase Monk. The prob
ability is that Hank Monk "has the
call" on any stage driver, living or
dead, in Ibe matter of '-good things,"
since his enactment of the chief part in
the "devil's drive" which Horace Gree
ley got at his hands, and we merely ded
icate the following story to him, out of
respect fur tbe roan wbo insisted upon
it that the white coated philosopher
should "keep his seat." The Cloud
Democrat tel's this story:
John Dorr drives oa the Abercromhie
route from St. Cloud to the "Ynnkee
Ilutcuman's." Everybody knows John;
he is a good fellow and a good driver.
One day last week, while comim; in,
one or two of the passengers complained
that they were making slow progress.
John bided his time, and coming to a
stumpy and well corduroyed place put
bis team tu their paces. The coach
j imped and the coinplamer- bumped;
lot? spruii; crachel logellier. ami S
ii l thr ctm.i:inf?rs r.ati; until, nt one
trrriblf j-It, all f Hie upper tt-rth ot
onr of tt.- pofr fallow ft-il out f tht
rorh; on t The ground, unit nntr the
wheel literI.T shnken ont f hi heutl.
psimv siue couiTuri r the in-
.Iivi.IiihI Ibiltlbev were frtUe teelh. ni. i
i.r ciMti.i kpi h new in:l e (loi.f'f
wv mn. n it ne ever scam insists
J..ho a linvmif fist when bis j-iJ8u.t.t
H vr Wisconsin m-jchimin atks is ta-
VOtt lF II IU FaITHFIL Rtl-KtsENTAf tVk-S
Tiie K trine, AYisconsin, Jotirnnl con
trast the reception of .Str.:.tfr He
; U.tilica!) with lba.t Accordvi to Senator
Iioliitle, by tbe people of that city, in
the fbltowinjj :
Vastly J:ffrrent Ihi reception front
the ninnner in which iSi-nator Ii.li:i ,t-
wa rt't-eived at bis home. N drlea
titi of his cmiatitnmts were in wai;iit
t receive him. Dunn; bis stHy in xtir
ritr, whiit no insult wus otTrred him.
the cU anil ili-tant liow nt tiie nverted
lace of tnose wbo once warnilv wek-niii-ed
liitn, totil too itlaiuly how deetilv m
itt;naiit tiie eiple of Ilacine weie at
bis course during tbe iast winter. Il
told that the L.pisla'ure of the UTe
expresseil the sentiments of the eti!e
when they demanded Senator Iloolitile
to reijn. And the delegation that went
Mem verdict of the roodetn nation of
the course pursued by iKiolitlle in sup
.rtinix tba "my policy" of Andrew
(old is Geobuia. A letter from Unl-
toa, (ieoriiia. says that one company
took out $10,000 worth of cold from
the mines in one day, anil that capital.
!ists ot New York and Boston are aliool
to ship eipensive mining mscbinerv t
that place for the purpose of workins;
j the mines.
Jas. W. Kt. The neighboring State
of Keveda has beea ably represented ia
Congress during the past session. Not
only has her delegation procured tbe
passage of measures beneficial lo the
interests of their State, but they have
boldly and fearlessly stood by tbe Right
for tbe beaefit of the Republic. The
great speech of Nye in the V. 8. Senate
in favor of the policy of Coagress, will
not soon be forgotten. It is to be hoped
that the Legislature during tha coming
W inter, will re-elect tJov. Nye. He has
been tried as never Senators have been
tried before, and proved true to the in
terests of the Pacific Coast. Men of
iron nerve, of pure patriotism, and men
wbo can express themselves ir tones
that cannot be misunderstood, for t-v-
eral years to come, will be required in j
the Congress of the I nited Elates.
Therefore it is to be hoped that Xye w il!
be re-elected, and that the numberless
decayed, seven by nine California pol
iticians, that haunt tbe ssje brush, and
have the cheek to aspire to Xye's place,
will t allowed to remain there. fol
Wonder w ho it can be that the Te'-j-graph
refers to as "seven by nine Cali
ornia politicians ?'
Y as bee-phobia is Abbansas Ar-
katisas has been called a thoroughly re
constructed State. The following from
the Fort Smith (Ark.) New Era hardly
confirms that idea:
A gentleman traveling recently in the
northern part of this State, while mak
ing a short stop at a store in Manun
rounty, learned during a conversation
with the merchant that he procured his
goods from Jacksonport, some ISO miles
distant. Lponthe traveler expressing
some surprise that he should haul Ins
goods from so great a distai.ee, over
bad roads, when he could get them
cheaper at Springfield, Mo., not half
far as Jacksonport, and the roads much
better, tbe merchant replied that he
could not sell any iroods bought from
the Yankees at Springfield. His cus
tomers would not patronize him if be
The gentleman then remarked that
the goods he purchased at Jacksonport
were as much Yankee goods as those ai
Springfield, and that all goods sold in
the tioutti were brought trout Yankee
dom. 'That may be," said the trader, "but
my customers thnk differently, and as
long as they want uie to get my goods
at Jacksonport, ! must do so and charge
'.hem for it."
Bitten bt a Uattlksnake. A man.
whose name we did not le.irn, was bit
ten in the hand by a rattlesnake a few
lays ago, nt his ranch on Fish Creek,
about lifty miles north of Austin. At
the time he was bitten l e was in the
field engaged ill cradling grain. For
tunately the man was sensible, and had
taken the precaution to lay in a stock
of whisky as a certain remedy for sn-tke
bite: of this he drank copinu.-lv, cutting
out with his kr.ite the wounded and poi
soned Mesh at the same time. Reyond
the swelling of the hand nnd wrist,
there was no further apparent injury.
No less than twenty-seven rattlesnakes
have been killed on his ruch this sea
son. .Vw iV'r lrtlllf.
A 11 1; 1'cKttt liaMK. S.uys an East
ern exchange :
The New York Alderman's circle is
j exited just now over the hapless fate
, , iheir ilk. ho. on his way up
Inn n in tlml riir one iiriv Inst verk,
with $24.,",.0 in bid vliei, wht-rewiib
buy h ctrtnin hotite, Wbi nitl It a
well knuwn fnro btink denier, who in
vitfil him into a Falcon to pUy a gnme
i.f ilraw ...ker, and sueste.l that be
might well h.iv entH.jch uionev to
UllV mUaM nff wl.ile ntM.ut it
i ,u r,.r. ,,t'
itn hur or 8 the poor
al,eimaa lost everv di.llar ot his $J4.-
,:0- ,., so .li.ln t have moiiev euuugU
t. hur anv houe at all.
l HUSKY lOl.vTt
I XIOTt ri.l B. ATTEXTIOX!
HoilBOBERT M. CLARKE
IU. AhPUKS T!1K OUMShY COfNTY
4t tbe arson City Theater,
FRIDAY EVK.MXh SEPT.
The iMrtkinp will cnmmfBc at pwiiw-ly
tclHk, and r n izrita art nw,uUd tucuttru
an - srl .Mtli.it litiur.
t Krof the LXKCrnvu Cl-MMITTKE.
vrrmnltT Vn nt I'nitin Club.
ol jotl o0 as)
t ini ti tai An ot joiMtltw Hsudi..u
drss no ITeaaq3
'iisMa lwB mSj
awi 1 Bni0a Aon si aq tavi ja
-aa9 3tiiad 3TI I"' aen jo iuvi;iii B I
NtaSI Oi. BAUalJA aaNf)I8niiaia IBaL
utiavos ssavas tava
AUIHAUI ft E0T7IE,
CARSON CITY. NEVADA,
B.K OPKMNO THE LARGEST AND BaST
selected .tuck of
OIL CLOTHS, tfcC,
IX THE STATE t
Tlir Stuck will heM at
Crcatlw Rretarrsl rrlrs!!
30- They respeetfwlly Isvlu Ike
atlewltaw mf sli.tr 4 w.St.aa.ra
tht P white ajxBtesallr ( aw Iswptf
tlwst of the awaae.-wo
;.r4tfj AMIRAII BOWIE.
70ZIN G. X03C,
iihutk Hook. iSt &t ionT y.
Cheap J'thlieitun$i Jfayarinr and Srtcti:yrs.
Music Jiool.s, iVttft Xuaic, Jttttual
CUS AU?. TOBACCO, COM- feXTIO. EUY,
Kaiwy iioodM U'oyn, Notiunw,
jjttrtiLs; Atarita mnU ichitik; la.ktv.
FjtTn P,r rJ rri-liciii rtH-i'i.i !T
VI j. pileAlIeyt . AlX'Ill lir tt 1L.C i BHli,
.in-l V et-kiy c -i - 4 th- I'm itic -uit.
L J. Mlt kUc AstU S.iU ..! Km V ur-
. F. MORTON,
MANtfcAt.TlKr.lt AM) DKALKK I.N
lif BOOTS AD LAIH.
HA ON UAM. A iiKLAl A9901.T.41.M
vt rlNE aim! .!M.j bvOT?.
i'utm toot Jttidrto Qrd'Y ani IVurrantcdte ft.
Mr ftBatrtaftg (It ith n-atn-s. Hini (iiuiTcb.
A.o i.t.kiitA-r ssuti t.or riiKtiu, Cv-tisititii: t
uiviur JiUlt 1 all ihuhj, !. W tmiau Luutis:
"tnck K-re, -ip-itr the Piza. i
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL 1!K RECEIVED
1- rldaj-, September XI at, lkC,
ion wbh d:iy thry w.ll W ieutlj.
For 1 ww llwwalrta -iOV, fJwraa of
HUH HLE SS T ( N K
t t-Iflivrrttl at th MOT LT. in 4'-arm.iiCit .
Vfc UL I lilt bfcT ViC Al.ll fc Kk MOAfc
.:. l-e- 4H.-l.ICl.
'Hn'V.auii.Mucrsi rfit-' tin? rilit to rj.i-t
All ami Mil bills.
All U.f rui.it I' ft ileirari tut. be oltu:iiil at tl.t
A. IT KY.
mI'-KJ; Su; intt-tttls-nt of il i.nttvti n.
To the Llectors of Oxmsby Couuty.
VM.l II.KAM 1AKK Ni.TXK THAI
tin- IiU.r l T tl.t- rt K'-t;.ti- i.t.! tl.r UU. !
ji.a ittt-u ln t it. .1 tairn t! I. Ilr- 1
U.r ln litTdl l-.u. ;.. II t l.r Ut on tlir Cili ilav
; ..r, I. ti l J 66? ' "
L. r. MrK KHY.
KKtrv AfUl, l.titw'ta ic-.hri.II'.
To tile Electors cf Orxusby County.
Y'tii; AtiLt PI.KA.. TAKK Nii'ilCK THAI
tin' tnuf t r thr rf:iUwiii ni iu- i.aiii- t
t ji..ti.ntj 't'Titis.t .ni ii i-wi.iiip i-ii--rt.'
tit sitit-r.tl r.l-:t,'Hi It n ih iav -il
..vU.lirl, A it r -still r IM at I' , lk
t. M. -! rita. atc tmy mt
Ot Ular. A i. 1 66.
JAM V.A M Mils,
AU'd Riei-tr Apnt, t-n nif T mu-Irp.
- IIMEKI'.V .l r;N, A
X"OTI(T. IS IIHtKI'.V UIVrlN, AS RKtFlKKT
i. t)4t t)ir A ii cut i-.fil 1 iUnl
iiiui. Mat viii, ttr tUv .r A h
ttwt-tinr itii tti timit t'lnk atiJ :til th or.iriitiii
! li-t.- .t -r.n-ny. i'tiy vrrtitrU t 4 tl.t
L'-unty A-!-tfSr ff ui-uiiryt bt-ett i-tiTi-rri
to mv "U tin u;y ; nuu I Im tiiri i tiotir t'. it
ih,- li'tHTtJ uiity t nniiifi'mi!t mill incft a- a
(.unifl hftl tl:z.4ti u nit itOAl AV, ih 17th fi . v
-f rtt-nnse-r, A. I lM,t., at mv otitcv in tt-
O'Uiiiv Itii.Minp", in at fHmt.il y. X vuu'.n.f aui
US-s-Sr-ilK-.it SiIA.l itilltlliUe 11 W-ralttu ftOlll t 'tilt tc
lim until th- liUMticSft .f u;il::.ti I'Ttr-fiiti-d
to thru, i lirrl ff, hut Vlil li. 't sit ulitr thr
t.r-t tniT iu ttctfltei . A. l lrW , rjit
i,r..vi.!Hi Ut L- It. ti. HMi t. .
,ua y CU : k anI x !!; iu Llt It i-f the Ka.d t
t flllltV '..tlltul-.ftMl.S-lA.
I ir--ti 1't . -;.-. t'il.rV1!li, 12-M
-Tter Beal Ktat.jr fr Prirjrln
the; tiliNal, Strutctht'&uig the 3ietVt-s, l;storiiig
tae Lust Ap;tite, ia
rree llambvr? Tea,
It L thr !itat prtwrTative ttfCxinr'talLtOit avj suk
new, if nxtd timely. CtBie1 of hrrtisonly v it
ran tx nTen ftatVIy to inltuta. full dirbctiuaa in
fcu-clmh, Fmich, paish and Get ntau, wta wvry
p.-wka. THY IT
r,r sale at all tbe aoleale and retail drug
storra and gntvrif
Wh-thsaW Prasewt, SuteABeat,
aaS-ly !). Clay MtMt, tan
THHEE YKAHS AOO.
Tha ttrweawa WertiriBe a tor in tbe little M
fraaie baildtrg below the Caxm Theater waa
started by CHA'8 8. HAMMtlt, ana trvai m
nwnty wasstarteii oa a verv liebt tiat; perse
verance and cbee atteatk to tannrw, amdrrata
prices, ana a constant stnily to plraps. have pra4
anlly built ap tbe bn.iniw, anil evea tliroaga
the dull tinies that it la to be feMiel amy not m
Ti.it am, the trade baa gTailoallT hiereaae.1, an.l
now the fjropriator betrii leave to inform bi trienits
and the public generally, that to arcvmnilate bis
trade, he ba removed to tb tire-proi 1 ttuibtit ft,
adjuitiin'- Wells, e'arao A Co , and fitted tbe tame
for hi, bli.ines in a tyle ubeaualeu ia this tat.
and will hereafter as heretoba- sell bisids at tb
very K-et rash Tle.. lb sturh cuB'prweaa
well prleitrd ai-rinieiit if Milli.s. MKM
CINKS, fUk!IICAL PSKHMUxT. Co.
MKTRS, HAIR OIU-, PliWbbl:?. ItKI'SllM.
I'CKtir.s, PiarUfcT ttlLIKY. PATENT and
PROPRIETARY KEW,D1K8. PAINTS. 0"-..
V AKMsllKS. WlNDuW l.LASS (will niira cut to
order), KKUOSKNE LAMPS, CIMMNKYS
WICKS, OIL, Ac, FANCY liHODS, eTATluk
EKT MADAME PEMoKEPrS ToII.ET ill?.
and tbecelebiatrd III 'RE MKlltt IN E. WII.T
MVS COLIC MKIiICINR. HAMMER
OINTMENT, and BILLY W ILlN L1.1.ENT.
and every artkl usnally fcuud in a flra-c'iaw
I 'articular care in tbe careful preparation if
PbAician' i'reiipiit.n. and franiliy kei-ipes.
FL:isiinciBt:R & .-tii:ii:r
At'ILl. CoNTIM E TO CU'sE LI T THE
f balance i f tb.-ir k ,f C.eieal kr
chaLdue ul V M.V l. I k il l .-, U l.t ji Hit
15i It ot" , la aaber.
Havinc rertd tl.eir St.-ie tn
Ti't-iiiif-r. li- mil ; e j.m t
A4P Cab nv n f Vkii ml Un i
It al thai l.utH.
It!. lHt!'. td
Nc-xt asr to Munckt'tii'ti lung. fir, Cm-u Ctt.
Tm$ KfSTAtltANa JlAMM. HKEN NKW-
-.. li ti ttit- n. ci i.h.a: uiiti. tt n i t u k t mtiiil,
t.tl l tij i-iia ilL Mli tLo luauile tti i.Etvt
iftlttrrUS. (.! ItaC Cai.
M. P. JT.
HAMS PI Ui ll.lMIl THE,
hIm.t- e. tbh.I.nirni. Irem l r
r'.n.fr.tl.e u ai.ij.l.tu r-llllul-
ly .-llt t.. Hi- j.tlMli.e Kt
Hi. iilt.ii-. try lui.,- It.ru n- li I-Httni
tuitl will ittnifal ,.! atiy ul, i,y lAt kfl ai It.o
Mm.. Tl.rj ai U .uj j ut i wnb ibr A Aiwtecas
Cam.n Citv. May 10. l-ri.
THE CAPITOL EISTAUEAKT
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