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OKMSBY COUNTY union TICKET. For Mat Seaatora: . IK KDWMM, (fcr the inn, term), , H. DBK, (-th anorttena). for the Saw mMy : IOMI HCIWTOI, ML. H. BBICBt m. a. HomTos, (or am). For Sheriff t V. 43. SMITH. For Cuaalv OA : m. J. itaaou. For CtaatjTrtaeartr - H. B. BASO. Fur Coanrv Eeonrder : IUIIL D. KISS, Br. For kamwmm : SKOBfll W. CHBD1C. For Dfatrirt Attorar : UHIBL C. DUMS. For "nparfateadeat of franota, at. r. biviss. . For Coaaty Sarvejor : A. CCBMT. Far Public Adminaarator UUHMMT A. SBABS. Fur Ceaaty ft ia.maiis : H. f. BUCK. S. K. JOIEf) Empire). rip KMtaatto-M. Fur Jaauaaf la Pear s S C. KKKII. Fur C.aetlaH : B. W. BOLLEH. A WIU OX TWO ABOUT A BOG- Bill WHO IS A UCBXT IBUTA- tioh or load nmm. Even a modcratclv impatient man can stand the sublime impudence of the Onairtaaa of the State Central Commit. tM "Cart" llilljer; and it is possible to endure the imperturbable effrouterv of lb boss bolters, even though the do attempt to sustain their position before ta Convention bjr affidavits of discharg 4 rebel soldier?; bat forbearance ceases ta be a Tirtae after such a displaj of coarse, taunting, mulish insolence as that displayed by the nominee for the District Judgeship of Lyon County William liny don, after he had beeu forced by violence into the position of temporary Chairman of the Union Con. veetion. The eihibition which be made yesterday of eitraragant though petty tyranny in the "rulings'' which be made; his pointed and undisguised vio lation and disregard of all parliament, ary roles, and bis premeditated dUconr tesy to suc'i members of tbe Convention as disagreed with him, is without a par allel in the action of any real, pretend ed, or accidental presiding officer, tbe drunken "Moses" at Washington not eacepted. Why, his unblushing-, intol erant, bullying- conduct toward tbe friends of Governor Blasdel was such that men stared in wistful wonderment at one another as tbey would at tbe ac tios of a suddenly moon struck mad nan. Tbe like never was seen any. where; and just by way of making a note for future reference of the most ex traordinary action of the sort we ever witnessed, and also to let tbe people of Lyon Ceanty know what sort of a man their candidate for the continued digni ties aad responsibilities of the District Judgeship is, we bare wri;tea the above inadequate sentences. Vbowblow oh Kkgko Si-rraAGi Here is a synopsis of Broanlow's re- narks in the Southern Loyalists' Con veatioe, apoa toe subject of negro suf frage: Mr. Browalow had not made tbe mo tion at tbe request of tbe Maryland del rcaliea or any other delegation. It had been said that he (Brownlow) was afraid of tae negro) sun rage. He never bad field a doubtful position on any ques tion, and be bad ao hesitation in saying a was tor aegro suffrage. lie would rather be elected to aa office by loyal rgraesthaa disloyal whites. He would rather associate with loyal negroes in private lifr, than with white rebels lie would rather aw baried ia a negr graveyard than ia a rebel graveyard and if he bad to go to hell or heaven after death, be waald rather go with ue- a-reea tBaa wita resets. He withdrew pa tgagmw atiamtav Tie McbaligMblanfiil of lb D r De- mostcv is tat asset Jwoaderfal caarae- s. Wars which apspot its vital priaciple ; progressions ia eveats which leave its eld creeds and it aforetime usages, mouldy aad utterly obsolete; ravorutioas ia active ideas which place it withoot two -ante of participation ia tbs march of civilization ; afiliatioas had aad abaadooed, aad the mast radi cal of re-anaagvwtcate in the affairs of the State and of the Satioa, only assist in the farther developmeat of that sto lid aad mammyfied condition which readers its nnoasalons vitality so worthy the iavestigatioa and stndy of the phil osopher aad tbe stadeat of Natural Bis lory. And it is iadeed strange that this torpid principle in polities, even though embodied as it is ia the form of a party, should possess eaongh of ner vous life to exhibit aay description of aa original plaa ; and yet, nevertheless. we are constrained to recognise in cer tain apparently sluggish aad old tashiooed maneuvres of the " Demo cratic leaders" a systematized move meat which is worthy of being recognised as a aew'y applied, if aot a aewlr conceived, idea. Aad we think we have discovered it in the ate actioa of the Copperheads of New Torh. Its indications constitute a com hinatioa of motives which "crop out" ia the following order : Cotempornoo ously with tbe treachery of Johnson aad the formatioa of the Bread aad Butter Party, there was observable a surpris ingly bright ticker of tbe Democratic rush-light. Tbe rebels resumed their old swagger; Tallaadigbam became de fiant, aad each fossil party sots aa Bigler and Tilford became, once more, bold, insulting aad clamorous. Indeed, the political grate gave ap its dead; and forms that bad been long baried and forgottea came forth ia their grave clothes, as at a resarrectioe. And yet, pale, lank, cadaveroas aad hungry as tbey were, this old army of ghostly mal efactors practiced aa ostentatious and a notable self denial. There was no blat ant clamor for bread aad butter" by the regularly disciplined oaes; and when harmony demanded it, even tbe martyr Vallaediguam suffered himself to be put away from tbe doors of tbe Dumb Show at Philadelphia. This all meant more than Doolitlle and tbe other parasites of lly Policy" fully understood; or, perhaps we better guess what has be fallen all tbe conspirators when we ex press tbs belief that tbeir plans bave dissolved too soon for the purposes of any one wing of the President's adber ents. Tbe "Democrats'' demanded ao Federal appointments. So far, so good Tbe Rotteo Row Republican, headed by Doolittle and Randall, were to con tinue to receive tbe Presidential bread and butter. The other part of the plan duly concocted, as we believe, was to throw tbe States (and consequently tbe Congress) iota the hands of the Demo crats. This scheme manifests itself tbe recent Copperjohnson Convention in tbe State of New York. The fact that Raymond & Co. bare "flown tbe track" is no indication tbat tbe nom ination of Mayor Hoffman is not in ac cordance with previous arrangement be tweea tbe Doolitllers anJ the Copper- beads. Dean Richmond, who made tbe bargain, is dead, and the proof of its h iving beea made died with bim, else some other excuse than a full Demo cratic ticket to the exclusion of Thur- low Weed's friends, would bave been offered by tbe Times for deserting tbe Democracy and the President at one and tbe same time. Indeed, bad luck caused tbe rascals of Democracy and tbe Slip- pery Sims of "my policy" to fall out, and tbe further and quicker the Presi dent falls the more fully and the more speedily will tbe deep villainy of the whole devilisb plan develop itself. But we bave digressed from tbat phase of the subject which provoked this alio sion to "the Democracy." Our original incentive was to call attention to the purposes and intentions of the "Demo cratic" Convention which meets to-day in tbe Theater. But npon reflection we are convinced tbat tbe labor is anneces- sary, being as we are glad to be, fully couviueed of the thorough understand ing possessed by the people of this State aad aeigbborhood of the unmitigated wickedness which, nt aay aad all times prompts movement in the font carrass PatlTHUt iVnnuemunnnrn The fol lowing correadeSe wbicjSwo M (pi to Saerameaa Cum of Mowday, s& Mo aartfcelar MttwoiKtioef - - Want Sir: The Resides! Esecative Commit tee appointed by the late Convention nt Philadelphia propose to circulate, at as early a day ae practicable, a large eam ber of decoujasis calculated to calight ea the public mTad on the great ques tions now nt issue. From your official relatione with the President, wo presume you will cheer fully aid hie friends and sapporters ia tbe momentous contest in which tbey me now engaged. One method of doing this will be by a reasonable contribution of yourself aad friends to aid in meet iag tbe expenses aecessarily incurred by ns ia this matter. Should yon do this, please forward tbe amoant by draft or postal order te Charles Knap, tbe Chairman of the Fi aaace Committee, who will at onco ack aowledge the receipt thereof. If each ackaowledgmeut is not duly received, please inform us. Do not pay one dol lar to any traveling agent of the Com mittee. We make these requests to avaid fraud aad impositioa By order of tbe resident Executive Committee. C. Knar. Chairman. C. Masos, Corresponding Secretary. San Fbabcisco, Sept. 29, 186C. To C. Knap, Chairman, etc. Sir: I have tbe honor to acknowledge your es teemed (printed) favor of no date, post marked Washington, August 19, 1866. and franked by Hon. J. R. Doolittle, containing an invitation for me to aid tbe friends aad supporters of President Johasoa ia a certaia "momentous con- test," in which they are represented to be engaged. Ia tbe laagasge of the lately distin guished Secretary Seward, I am sur prised that yoa should ask such a thing of me; or, rather, 1 should be surprised if it were not evident that in availing yourself of the machinery of offic:al pat ronage, aa uopracticed hand has beea laid upon the wires. My "official rela tions with the President, to which you so delicately refer, have ceased to exist. Tbose relatione commenced on tbe 4th of March, 1865, when it became my offi cial duty, as an independent journalist, and eye witness of tbat extraordinary spectacle, to record the fact tbat Andrew Johnson, when sworn into office as Vice President of the I nitrd States, was very drunk. This shameful bit of history at tained the cheap immortality of print, and a copy of the Sacramento Union containing it was lately brought to tbe notice of His fcxcellency by one of those kind friends with whom every honest man is blessed. 1 was accordingly re moved from office, and our relation were abruptly terminated by tbe act of A. Johnson himself. lie may possibly think tbat my removal may remotely affect the fact tbat be was intoxicated, as aforesaid, bat an intelligent public will fail to see it in tbat light. The undersigned avails himself of this opportunity to suggest tbat tbe enlight enment of tbe public mind to which you refer seems already to bave spread to such an alarming extent tbat the email tribute which my former associates in official position might yield would be wastefully invested if nsed to circulate tbe large number of documents spoken of in your esteemed favor of no date. Recent events indicate that tbe afore said momentous contest, in which tbe friends and supporters of Andrew John son are engaged, is essentially deter mined already at least, so far as the people against tbe President may decide it. Tbe eleven judicious individuals who compose tbe ' Nation Union Party" of Califoruia severally admit tbat "tbe country is going radical in the most dreadful manner." Tbe undersigned is deeply obliged fur your caution respecting the speculative traveling agent of the Committee, lie has not yet reached these shores; when be comes we shall show bim your circu lar, and we all bope to escape such trand and imposition. Respectfully yours, Xon Brooks, late Naval Offieer. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining ia tbe Carton City Feet Ofies. October 1, lsoo. Pertooa calling for tbrae Lettern will rileate aay : ADTaETlSKD. Lattice' l.tt t Bowdea. tlarriet Aire 2 Miller, n Sarah CraUk-ck, L h Moore, Ana bavin, Niea J r rtmrt, Mn Sarah E Davenport. Mrt Polly 8haw, Una A lu"y. Mite t.lh-n Taylor. Auii Uihbe, Mrs K B 1 urner, Mrt Harriet C Oilnture, Mra Bf A Troat, Xra narah Joaea, Mralk e 2 jestiea msavt Barter. I W Jac4eua, B 1 JmkiKHi, Jo Menin. J C Marshall, II Matt, B Moody, Wm Morron, Jaaies on ill, J B Mckee, Juha McAllister, Janv McNaaaara. Boa; K agent, J It 3 Phillip, J P Patterton, J T Palmer, L B Price, Sam Bine, M BaiMll.irmH Uarnwell, K H Bebin, II Dry 2 at. It 8 nruab, V m BneL I. M Cahoell, A Cathera, Sims Craig, J B Cruna.JP Caebine. B Ccaae, G J Cuehaiaa, i i barker, W A Devi. J P lieMer, W B Eergneoa James 2 Pairtaia, Wat ralratb, Oef OallaaW, ttllaa, 1 Oaraer, 1 C Ork atll. AB OoreVja. J A Beckwvil, Ones'. "ha Tack, J C TBVS.C VfjnMw etahs ( tyaar, Wm i. IF Mi , ayvua Smith, J P ftebbine, Tttrnti i,H nnt7 ooodqi rtocoi tx. rase, A v.-r CABSOS STBEXT. CARSON CITY, NEVADA, A B 0PBSI54 TH UBOEST AX BEST ef OIL GLOTTIS, 6C., TATBt Their Pttck will br anM at eSrcally Bednttd rrtcs!! OaT- rerlwJlr mvH the atteavta Bl off SBMtr Cwefcanevs euMl sma PakUa ajamesoJlr So mm twaipwe- -HfJ ABMBAIX as Cmraoa, Empire mad Eaytc. DAILY STAGE UZ7E! nj'Dt CSDERSIOSKIt HEer-El TFVt-l-l I I Lru tkv iiublir ia rrarnl tliat be raiia hi. MafC ily ln?lfeu i . aiiu i uw S.lwiaK Mam : l.wnim a-- . . . arriTCa at I)lai at 11 A. Si.; kam Vaytaa at 11 r. M., arrivts at canua at 4V r. ja. alee oa Vrnmrn M OFFICB Attaa Orawby Boa, Caraoa City, Whenever mratred. rra will be takea want taaar tm nl i.r aoa a. wis. ttKot:ie sense! dick. rS-tn ri.ri.-. IIlankBooka, Stationery, LcCXUAKKOt; aad 8C11UOL BOOk. Chmp fttlAicatiems, Magaxtnet and Xrwapapm, Jhttfe Bool, Shrrt Jhnr, Mmtral hutrmrmts, CIGAR, TOBACCO, COM ECnO;ERT, Fancy Goods Toya, Notions, gporting Apparataa ami Fikinc Taekw. tarB and Ferhnlk-aM rerrtveS by evry StBir. Agvat lur au Ibe Idling Daily and Wevsly Aewspapera of the rat-inc toavt. V. a. Itavnuu awl Biate bini .iu lur cur rency. CAKM)N CITY, SKY ADA. aala-if. NKW YOKK BBSTAVBABT, Next door ta Hunckloa' Drug Store, Cam City. TniS KKSTAIRANT HAVI0 BEEN KEW ly tvtitett throughout, ie now oea frtm Svr u'clck iu the OManiug atitil tt-a o:rkrk at aigkt, and ie euilied with ail the luxurie the Ma-kel mffordn. tiive aue a rail. WM. P. JOT. mv 17 I'r- i '- -tor. TJXkTXOZeT MiKHETS ! Carson Street, CAilSON CITY. IIavixo prntiiAtuD tuk Til K J a mSir. i 1 SZlVe-J 11 atwve (et:tbliMiment( troni tuwier.lue tudrrsilievl retec IV allnt for the patrounge the liUultc. Thev have t--a Dtlv retttll aiiti w ill i-iiiiiuir luvoniLly with any Market iu the ? tate. Tbey will eeeuppllO with the . S Meat. eTORX BOKSER dk CO. myCl-lm Careon City, Slay 10, lSf. THE CAPITOL EZSTAUKABT Kear the corner of Kiss; V Cartas eta CARSON CITY, NEVADA, In now oeoed at a FIBST CLASS BBaTAVBAXT I Under the superiBCendenry of artf MBS. BIBB. KOPPEL & PLATT. Dr.At.EBS JK Gents ft leys CbbIobi KsdeClBtluBf rmrmtsaalssi saoodo. r-a jrJUaU aad Ctqm, BWaeta, aUavai, 7Ywa& onat Fqi'iart, Beats mt Shorn, ev, Corner 4 Oaiam and Third Ftreeta, CatwafHy, Bowi V wa AKvFACTVKEB AND CF.ALEK IB taKOTS AS9 LEATZ2.C? TfA0J ItKl, A OBEAT Ag80ETME!T XI of F1KK and MlhlNU SuUTH. It Order aad Batitaaidte M. ana with i Ala Leather aad sa FwSaisa. nataama el laaoea Jvaecttetf ate Bia, Back aad I laiag .BsVBA' (ABVACrnVS tana, aw aaTna aaa Oanrla, WiOaW l'Bw, oM .haa I to awoy tbe i ooaanaMetoaay Ma-h Tasoa m aaM BtMtfct. ' taa aaa aav Sir uaii One ana mm hmtmtn aw at aa uSVeiaCaraoa CHt. andiaclaeuicib THIkTkCXl OAT OS OCTO- aaa iiist; rvfaae a fay ate Taaaa-1 pay tea par nttu aaeitinaal apaa Mm ami aal tbarcuf, tuatbr with aarb utarr onws aa- aatka aaa lim aa providnl ay lav. yTtrmui T. vaoa, MMa Internal awvaeaa Sinai hi at Maaaaa. By JomiO. Fox, Bvpaty lur Oianliy G-afy. Canua City, Oct, 2d, li. oc9-l4 HBBBKT 1KFOBW rfBUC IB SEX - eral that tLey haw naiotrd to the oM riaad ol SUaeHnaCKLR A XmhYkK, a Canua Slrcrt. r CATt. Warn they will keep rnaataatly ea head era, M aad Well Mftected elwi-a vt Bill of mm riSKST qiautias. neat uf A Sue assort- CROCKER Y. PAINTS AND OILS, DAIallVmBE, ealao keep coattaaily an head a ajueat aaaurt i uf Eea'i FrausaJae AU a kick we wiU pell BhWLBsUB ABB BKTAFB., AT TEatY LOW a-ntlCCS! SeT Pleax five as a eall.-a Brelere traaa tkta Csauvtry Fiasaaty ATTENDED TO. ABDUCBACB as tOBBIIBB. JelO-ef ftTntAVEaw STuVLEX ! left them at : Mrjer'e Kanrb, ahrr-frtai tb-y mere n away r el'itea. A n-waid of S)19 either drtVfn f erill te paM Imknt pemw ehff ill brina titeai luck to itieir fievirr uaner at Lierrndrme, near warm .rni)cH. Julia A.ili.l.UAKl. tareon City. Sept 2, 1SM. ry-lui THliKE YKAHS AGO. Thm I'rng mod Medicine 9 tore? ia the little uhi fnune bnildirg bth w the CaiNmn Tl enter wm jtarteii hy (HA'S 9. HAMMrl. mr.d frm se- rt-witr waf ernrteti m a very liirtit itoik; per-e- eravnee ard tl'e Bttentit'ii to ItunineMt, nivderutti pricet, and a constant study to pirate, liare prul nUj built up tl.e 1 aiuef, and even through the tlull tinvea that it ia to I-? hced may not re a, the tiade baa gratlnally increased, and dow the proprietor tea: U-are to ininnu hib trien! and the public pererall?, that to a4-ewiruiate fcia trade, he lia removed to tbe Jire-pitrnf Itaildlr adjoininr: M'tllf. Fargo k Co , nud fitted the an rue lYr bit biipintrM iu a style uneinalefi in tbi- State, and will burtiiiWr a heretofore aril Oooda af tb very lowest tath r-tM. ILe rtotk coD.ripa t,ell tH-leited at-Sfrfment of Il;VtiS, MtDI- MKTH3, 1IAIK 4H1, It'lttbS, BKI$I1F9 rrita-Et. l-Jl-TKUT CriLI.RT. LATENT nd PKOPKIETAUY KEMKDIKS, rAIMS. 0I-S. VAUNlMifcS, IMKW ,LA? faUlaizeacat it WiCK9,lL. etc , FANCY GOODS, ATIOIK ERY, M ADA MB IiKMOKK8TS 1li.ET tiOODS, and the cetebraxed IloKSE MEWCINKi", WIllT XEY'S COLIC MEURIMfi. IIAMMl'lVi OINTMENT, mud HILLY iloN P LINlMtNT, and eTerr articla vnaJy St-viid iu a firiUlasBB Store. Partirnlar rare in tbe earef.il prafjaratiosj of Pb-au ian Preset iplU and ftaauiij Kiipm. auift-u T tl.e Electors ef Ormsby Couiity. YOU WILL PLKASJ. TAKE NOTICE THAT tbe tiaae tor lb rtaieiuatK.nvr ibe fcaiea of tba qoai tiled elecUira of ituptr Towiiabip. prior la tb lieiieral Election t bt 1 eld on ibe tib ttay tf inovBDsoer. a. v. iw, win t-xjure at vr, o cioca P. M. on t r .. ttaa ltit. ataiv mf atidsSid RagMry Aent. Ea.ua Toa-vO-iaw ECTZL ASD C-.ICC3! Corner of Canwaaad Bobiaeun st, opp. Mint, CAK80X mi, SEV. B. BBtAE eh CSsZT J frit Sana. AtaoanaarartamafvADB BOTIL, SuM tW. B rSBCRSIGNE WfM TO INPOBB OS Tt'ErOAT MOtlMKO. SKIT. fa, iiih. ltoi, a Seray; Bent, S uaikrd X. live y-r .-W. hii.1 ra f"Vy Bare til yearBki. Ih uuuA-rMciiMl M f hair tncad aad theaaMie that the hex aaa City, where they ay Iu eeretee thaa tavia aaaBart(waatv S)S he Swair ss rBtBTBeata ininll , aV BBIAB A wuV wis wtetsial te edjowra saw eto. of msdsra "Psasstracy." B.F.