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THE DAILY APPEAL
M. R. MIOHEL8): SATO SCAT lOUnS. OCT. S, IMS STATE TICKET Fer H. O. 13 1. AS DEL Fi t Ieaienaat Governor: ?. 8. SLINGERLAND. War Member of Ouster-ass : . M. MHLGT. Far Judge of tiie Supreme Caart : jambs r. LKW1I. For Clerk of the Supreme Court : ALFUD BBLH. For Attorney General : KOICHT M. CLJkBEK. Far Secretary of State : C. B. KOTBWABB. Ft State Treasurer: E. RHOADER. For State Controller: W. K. PABKUMX. For SupertnteBiU-Bt of fabric Inetncttaa : A. ft. riSUEK. For ?nrTrr'T General : B. II. ARLk.TTB. For Mate Printer r J. M. EfKLBT. F District Judpeof the Second Judicial Inst rict : S. H. WKIbHT. ORnsui loixvv UNION TICKET. For State Senators: T. D. IDWARDI, (Kir the long term), B. H. FIEDEK, (d.rthe sb'rttenn). For the Assembly: BIOB0E (TftCKTOai, H. II. BEKE, D. A. HOBTOS, (of Empire). Fi Sheriff : T. O. SMITH. For Cmnty Plerk : 91. a. AHNORE. F r County Treasurer II. g. MAOX. For C.amty Recorder : MJIVEL U. K6, Sr. r..r lar: GEORGE W. C UK PIC. For Titrirt Attorney s ' lANI Et. C. DBXOX. For Superintendent off Schevls, if. r. biviss. For County Purveyor : A. rlHBY. .r Tor FNiblic Administrator : " CBEGOKT A. SEARS. F-r County Cumniirssooers : U. V. IIlCK, JOHI BCIKBB, (dear Creek), S. K. JO&KSt (Empire). ToWBSBlp ICOBSlBUktlBBH. For Jasti-eof the Pesre : 1. C. XcKEEBT. F.T Constable : K. W. BOLL EX. PLAT-FORK AS BEdOLCTIOSS. 1st. The equality of all perrons before the taw. and the equal rights of all to the pro tection of person and property. 2d. We insist that no Mate shall be enti tled to an increased representation m Con pros by virtue of its negro population while that class ia proscribed and denied the elec tive franchise. 3d. Men who have voluntarily attempted the overthrow of the Government after hav ing sworn to uphold it, should never attain be clothed with political power, unless Congress for wise reasona shall remove tbe disability. 4th. The plan of rceotistrneti-in should be determined by the representatives of aD the loyal States, ani nut by arbitrary will of an Accident il President. 5t!i. Full an'l complete pfotrrtion should be extend d to those loyal men of the South tiht at the ri-k of their lives have stood by the G'iierument in the hour of its peril, and we earne-tly favor all legula'.iju necessary to secure th it ei.d. K. tov J. I hit the amendment to the Cons- i'u'ion of the United Si;iv proposed by Congress is ri;ht and j'ist and should be ttdooted bv tbe Legislature of this State. Rrtnhi-j, That the contest for I'nion, Liberty and Justice, vindic.itid on the battle held. haa not ceased and cauuot cease until these principles are established and enforced. and the lruits ol victory atcuiia by legisla tive t n--lmcnt. ' RoaoUcd, 1 hat the Thirty-ninth Congress by it hrm def.-nce of principle, the viuriica-ti-ja of whieh cust our country ao much treasnre and so muitv thousands of precious live, has earned the lasting "ntiirtde of the Nation and the thanks of this Convention arP hen-ire c:rvn our "vn-it-rs nnd Represen tative i'i Congress for their part iu the labors of that -.dy. ;;so'rrt, That Sears and glorr, evrrlast itie, are ii'if the noile d-ad wh died uthod tnt tue Bjg of our Govt rniueut against traitor. Mr'S'Wre'f, That the maim'd of onr battle fiel rs and the orphans M otirHad heroeaare the Nation's children to b shicl'h'd and pro tected by the arm of a frenermis fJovemitient, and that arm shall never be weakened by the burden of a rebel debt cunie it iu whutesoTer guise it may. Rrml' td, That Andrew Johnson in betray ing tiie Uiiioii party, in reinoiui tried and loyal men from oftve t' pive p!.ice to ri'bel , aympathuers, and in prostituting hia high . oifice t revive dislot altv in the South, has 'eSeowraged tbe aasasainatinn of loval men. . . i i r . . . ,k. uawB ana i m in mm vumio.s w kc . . tn Bsmr or m labom If tht Cnios part' could be induced to cone together, through its represen tatives, ofteoer than it does , and if it did to for do other reason than to shake off its) lethargy and to warm up its blond iets healthy actiaa by the ataaae af vig- oroaj, earnestly contested controversies, hi members and its cliques would have less time to brood over real aad imagin ary wrong, and fewer idle boors where in to nurse jealousies aod to forget the cosmos enemy in their mutual diss freentents. Indeed, this is proves by the severest of .tests; and in made man. ifrst even ia those Conventions of the party which are held for such purposes, more or less identified with individual ambitions, as are the most trying npon the v irtue and integrity of the organiza tion itself. The more frequently the party can tie retired and stimulated by the eicitements of active business, the stronger sod more thoroughly disciplin ed and anited it becomes. No matter how near the verge of a split it may ap proach, so long as it avoids an open rupture, so long will its forces be ex cited to the performance of its fullest capabilities. The Unionist of Nevada bare never been subjected to such a se ver strain of hot and bitter excitements of their own mating as they have expe ' rienced during the past week. The great contending forces which came from Storey County to present their claims for supremacy before tbe delega tions from the outside Counties, came fo straggle for that vest and irrepressi ble power which they are so well aware lies within the ranks of the army of loy alists who have so long and so success fully held the most populous County u! this State against treason, stratagem and rebellion. Such struggles, provo cative as they may be, at the time cf their occurence, of ardent rivalries short lived feuds, are the storms which purify the atmosphere which surround; the party. Moreover, they are the Ere tests which prove tbe value of profes sions of creeds. They discover the mer cenaries, and Drove tbe faithfulness of I the true. And, indeed, to instance a particular case, it is well enough that a arge number of the party in Storey County be, for once, assigned the con trol under which they hare so long been working. The high places in party or ganization need being subjected to "ro tation," quite as much as the offices to which the more ambitious of tbe mem bers of those parties are led to aspire. For with such revolutions come the de velopment of new, fresh aad untried elements of strengh the bringing to light of resources none the less valuable becanse long dormant The Convention which has just closed its labors, and on and aboot tbe ccn - d.ict of which Ui. bihest ingenuity and tbe most approved appliances of politi cal machinery have been employed, has j done what few bodies of a like natuie and held subject to a like pressure of exciting causes and events ever have done. Il has succeeded in nominating? such a ticket us represents tbe very best, and, witH, perhaps, a few excep tions, the n. ,st available mea of the.r sections of tbe State. It Is a matter of regret that one of the most populous au l loyal of the Counties should be without representative npon tbe ticket but the fact of tbe unadulterated loyalty of that County is tbe best proof tbat "tbe spoils of office" are not needed to in duce its Union men to once more rally around the flag- iu its selections, the Convention saw t to drop certain of the present fr tate officers and to surttlv their nlacea with new men. Eat it is a t.roi.rt tbin for the recipients of the newly dealt favoritbai th.y.are chosen to fill the plates which have been so woubily occupied during ibe fait two years; and in tbs well bestowed cotnplioirul which has been ofTcred to those present incnin bents alio are ;a;n assigned places of honor and tr-j.-t l.y the party, the State receives an nsj.urnnce of a continued faithfulness in the conduct of i:s iiffairs ; her reputation abroad is nobly main tained; her rredit is given a fresh and heilthy invigoration and tbe cause of Unionism is guaranteed a lasting vindi cation and a permanent abode. Ovissto.xs Tbe Storey county pa pers of yesterday omit the name of lion, i ' h . 11 -.t- ar, . ; a r. u . tl, sf Rtsis ltlf,.innMu.4L..n: ! j w. v .-...i-uu, .uv wau.fi I cuiroKsa trejes utiatD. i Alluding to the deslaratios) of a loysJ paper ts the efact that if the opposition insist upon holding out against the. Con gressional plan of reconstruction tbe questions at issoc must necessarily again 'be reduced ts a trWof miun atrengtl. and tbe weaker BartJ-BUsSt. go.tot.be. wall at last," the Copperjohnspn organ of this State says : "Which party does this Jacoltin ornan think, savs the Cincinnati Enquirer, is the weaker; which wewld be likely to go to the wall in the event of a trial of main strength ? Does it know that the South and the Democ racy and Conservatives of the North, who sustain President Johnson's policy, have a million more votes and Ave millions more people thaw the Radicals couaS i Has this great m'tority anything to fear ia the event of a fight ? We think not." How we nsk, fo all seriousness, the loyal men of Nevada to consider calmly tbe animns of this extract from the Vir ginia Union. If it has any significance whatever if it is to be regarded as any thing other than tbe bullying ravings of a sore beaded and defeated faction, it means that not only the possibility but tbe probability of another appeal So aro!S is among the contingencies reck oned upon by tbe opposition. Most as suredly we deprecate such an event. But if it mast come, in the language of the paper quoted from and commented npon by the I'nion : "We have no fear of the result, but reeret the waste of life and treasure, the humiliation in tbe eves of foreiim nations, and the im pediments to the country's progress in power and prosperity which the exercise of a little common sense on the part of the minority might prevent." But, while we are at liberty, fur tbe present at least, to regard such lansruMge as tbe Union uses, and which as we in timate in tbe caption of this article, is but a repetition of Mr. Hereford's proph ecy alluded to in our issue of yesterday, n i' h contemptuous Scorn, it is admira bly adapted to serve one purpose at least I; ought to "nerve the heart" of every loyal man to a fixed, stern, irre vocable resolve mere than ever to pre vent the election of any man to any office, affiliating with tbe party whose organs and orators insult tbe loyal dead and tbe faithful living with sueh blatant tbreats. Let these men, so brave in words, have reason to believe we fear them as thus they will have every rea son to believe if we accede to their in eo'.ent demands for place and power and we invite the inauguration of a con test tbe initiatory blow of which mnst come from them; while on tba contrary, by boiling them where we have tbem now, in cosipTets subjection, we give : hem dearly to understand that no mat ter how much desperation may prompt tbem to a second rebellion, that better J part of valor called discretion, is their jcue f ir the present, as it will be for all Icomir.g time. Otly thus cau we set- j f,jrm dot' f s. e""v 1 iul uur u 8e" reacl "UQ i frjm 0,be" lL,lt d're f reiect Which tuu-t be exhibited by others to us in order that we mav I laiutaiu our ow BY BZAIS TKT.KwBAFH- From the Gold Hill News of last evening. Xew York, October 4. Rear Admiral Frauds H. Gregory, U. S. Navy, died very suddenly at one o'clock this morn ing in iirooklvn. The consecration of Rev. Cbanning Moore YVi"iuins, as Missionary Bishop to China and Japan, took place yesterday at St. John's Episcopal Church ia this city. Twenty-four Bishops and up wards of 100 Ministers were present. Tbe ceremony was of a vtry interesting and impressive clmr ti ter. The corner stone of a new church, for lDK uso Mr' "K0"1 8 congrege i lion' w:l? il,id Jtday at tbe corner of Park avecae and Thirties lU street. Appropriate addresses were delivered by Ins. U.-good, Bellows and Chapin ; and a' large collection ot articles were deposited under lbs stoue. Toe benuii'iarters of Santa Anna con tinue to le thronged with visitors. General ( A. Bickley; President of the Knights cf the Golden Circle, has of fered his services and sympathy to tbe cause. General Sweeny bad a long in. terview with the old cbiefiaio, yester day, on the subject cf Fenian enlist ments. The adherents of General Ortega, tbe rival clmmaut of tbe distinguished boar of delivering the Mexicen iOpob lie, exhibits bitter hatred toward Santa Anna. They charge tbat ha is a apy of tbe trench (soverouseat, aad, say they liara liitciimsstl I A nrova it - . -, , , . , . Ortega na)Bsyrnrt. ' After the adjosrsmeattf CoppeTjohs son sjonventioa sn Thursday, accSrdhig to the immemorial custom of the tribe, the body adjourned to tbe headquarters of the Cnterrified te slake the thirst cre- atVd by their ardent efforts, in what, far convenience sake we may suppose was pure juice. Attracted in that direction by tbe mellifluous strains of tbs Euter pe's, we turned the corner of King street just in time to learn that Hon. J. D. Winters, tbe Opposition candidate for Governor Bad concluded an address to those present, and to bear the closing appeal of tbe infant Phenomenon who has agaia been selected as the foil to our faithful delegate, D. R. Ashley. There in the glaring light of s pine log bonfiro, f ercbed npon an empty barrel and flanked by other casks as empty as the professions of loyalty with which the speaker interlarded his harangue, stood the speaker. Bis solitary theme the "nigger," his sole appeal a ques tion reiterated again and vet again. That question was, "Do you you man ' with the drum, you with tbe bugle, and I you with tbe trumpet, believe that in less than twelve months you will march to the polls and cast yonr ballot with the negro?" Apart from tbe members of tbe band there were not twenty five persons in tbe auditory. We turned away from the sorry show, regretting that in tbe nineteenth century men could be found, even among the ranks of a party stich as that in part represented by H. K. Mitchell, who could listen complacently and receive with sickly applause tbe utterance of a questir n, which at once betokens a fear which only the coward can feel and the dema gogue propound, and at tbe same time insults tbe intelligence of the American people, by intimating that even in the event of such a condition of affairs ei isting, it could be possible that the na tion would be less competent to sustain itself against intestine machiuatiocs and foteign foes. And we conld ask no -urer guarantee of the triumph of the loval ticket which this day araces the bead of our colnmns than that once a week from now until the 6th of Novem ber tbe intelligent masses, in- every town and hamlet of Nevada, might be permitted to look upon such "a sorry sight" as that side show to the great hybiid caravan, which was exhibited in front of tbe Copperhead headquarters of Carson, on Thursday night the 4th of October, 18C6. SAX nUHCISCO DISPATCH. Sas Fbsscisco, Oct. 5. Private dis patches from Washington announce tbe following changes in Federal positions on this coast : R. M. Perkins, Radical, removed, and E. H. Washbnrne, for merly tax-collector, appointed ; U. S. Marshal Rand, Radical, removed, for Jacob P. Leese, a Johnson roan ; John M. Avery, Internal Revenue Agent at Sacramento, removed, to make way fur ex-iovernor John Bigler ; R. IS waiu of tbe Branch Mint, gives place to M. Whiting. Greenbacks, 70f7.71J. The Stw Yokk IsrucuutM. A great meeting was held recently at the Cooper Institute, in New York, called to gether by the Johnson massacre, at New Orleans. Horace Greeley, Dr. Newman of New Orleans, and other distinguished men made speeches, and among others, the fol lowing resolution was passed : Resolved, That we hold the Tresident of the United States suiltv before God and this nation of the crime of uermituiis! loval citi zens ot tne united Mates to he massacred bv pardoned but unrepentant rebels who have tor four vears earnestlv striven for the de struction of this Union, and that he has no exense or palliation to oner for his conduct. but that, on tne contrary, he hut deserves the condemnation of everv frieud of law aud order in our eountrv. A Moulr E.A1LKOAD. "Corcus" the facctous crrespt.ndent of the Pithole Rec ord writis to that paper from Richmond, Va., and thus describes the medium of transportation : We came by the way- of the Orange, Lemon and Alexandria Railroad, and would say to persons who are tired of life and in a hurry to get through, try this line. Tou leave Washington in the evening, and, as a general thing, will arrive ia Ueaven or Richmond the next day. Each train is pro vided with a surgeon, undertaker, amputa ting table, and other luxuries ; besides these, it bus some of the finest coffins I ever ex pect to see. Hospitals are establiahed along the entire route, and, in case of accident, the bodies of strangers are immediately exn balased. The arrange aatatta are so perfect. road, trtmt set embalmed before atartiuaT te amid TtM N0T1CB IS ItEREirr fllTRH. THAT Tf . A al Uatfta-O Uaetira Itisf rirt 4 XevaSS, eaiSiracSaR apswaanenta aamie on Income and 14 cenaea.Sir tMaV, and SSm the Annual Taaaa ol Carrtaeia. Watrhea. flat, etr . ha been retained to we by the Aaseanor of aaid District, and all tier one liaWe to pay such Taxes in aaid District, that the same have become due and will be received by mevrt any office in Carwss t ity.tHtnsby -owaty. unfii t aaaliarSadins the THIRTaJSMTH IMF Or OCTO nKR 1ST: and allpersomi whosliall netflert or retnee fc pay aM Uw Srseaknl ejrwn rhem tn said List within the time speciflrd shall be liable to fey ten per eeatum additional apon tbe amount tbarabf, attthr With aueh outer costs f Mia and service as provided by law. StKVHKH T. UAGB. Collector Internal Revenue IHstilrt of Wevads. Sy Jor. oa, Deputy, tor Oruisby C- untv. Carson City, Oct, 2d, ltMrtt. ocS-td' THREE YEAKS AGO. The Drue, and Medicine Store in tbe little old flam ii Bwildtes; below tbe Canon Tktater waa started by CSA'S S. HAMMIK, aad from ne cessity waa started oa a very light stuck ; ptrse veraare and ebe attention to business, ni-slerate prices, aad a constant study to please, have arad aalVy built vm tbe business, aad even throuarh the dull times that it is to be hoped may not re visit us, the trade has gradually increased, ant now the proprietor begs leave to inform bis triends and the publk msnerally, tbat to accommtsiate his trade, he has removed to the tire-proof BuikuiE, adjoining FT rib, Faigo A Co , and fitted the same for bis business iu a style uneijualeu ia this State, and will hereafter as heretolofe sell GumIs at the very lowest cash rates. 1 he sttak ton iriei- a well selected arsortniei.t of WlVCS, MEM- UN La, CHLMKALS, rhKHillJ.T, C0- MKIIlS, UAlk OILS. 1C1 U.S. Bl.lMli .s. I'CKSKS, FOCKIT CTTLFRT, PATIHvT and PliOPBlKTAKY IIKMIDIKS, PA1MS, Q1L. V AKMrlltS. W IMX.W oLASS (a ll sires c ut to order), KtKuSi.NK LABI'S, (IIIMM.Vs, WlCK?,01t, Ac, FA(Y ti'Xtl'f, STATION EKT, MAllAME DKMoRKST'S Tt.Il.rr ;Mr, and the ceWb'atrd IIOR-E AEMC1NK!. V II:T NKYS COLIC MHillIM, IIAMMKK OINTMENT, asdMILY W 1L(iN'. LINIMI.NT, and evei v artlile uual'y Ii uad iu a fil.t-,l us St. .re. Particular care in the caiefnl prri-arat!. a t t I'hjniviaa's rresviif.ti. us siju lauu.j r.eiii-&. auls-tt aT-Tsae Bast Reaa.dy (sr Pmrlf Ima; the lKsd, Streniitlietuiig the Neives, Halui$ the L.t Anetile, is rrvMes llaniltars: Tea. It is !h bt pr-t-fr v t iv c,.-tittmt et'mvt ny m k -nf. if tips tl tirii'!j. C- njtM-Mf brrtaf'T, it can t- Ain faf.lj t inf. ut. lull UirfcTwiii. m Luiil fh, I rtnit h. fptfjish t.eiu.itu, m,th rvtrr j.AkSo. TKT IT I.r SiOt? at all tlir -L.lt3i!e ai.J retai. djig storv aad grocen-a. EMU. I ItKSK. S'h. lessle IrucgisT, S.-leAsnt, a5-lv 41S. Clsy Street, Saa Franrisrn. HOTEL AND SALC01T! Comer of Carm.n and !! l.iiu. vfy. M:lI, CAKSON flH, NEV. K. BRtAS 4t CO BToprlter. Alw i.r.ii.riL'tiwaof SLAIA I10T1 L, Gt,M Iiiil. THE r3rER5IEI 1T.SH T TF'I:M thir iTitHJf Mud itn Jul.,,, tliat tbf) ti..t i; eu-i thr st'o nn' ll-'tcl aii-1 fal-vn in t'.x--"ti iiy, bfrtL- h.r t- rH-- t!i iwttrun Af ti-ritf. swltirvrutlT It tfd br tli-ir n u- ai?r.ti tTts-nJs. J. Bit VAN A Cl. p-3i-1 ni MR4ICD OR VrOLEX! ON TT;E!AT 3I UMNG. PFT.ffcv 2rrh. lNtW. a Urmy Usrss, Vvw It fr them at 1e-er's hmii ... htf;frni Hi r eittior driven ashay nr stol'-n. A rni 4 iU f id t any f-r-n v. ho will biiE U-in I ".n k t. i th?irf'i-Bifr i-r t I i- r i: n- - i - tr Wa-m !;.inr. .loUN r ktLk tl A h i . f air-Ht Cut. Sej 1m.ii. st--lii. NEW N r: w siioKs: FOR FALL! AT ItEsQICIU IKlllli! -rCLIVF.Ti 1 T OLCOVICII BEOS. C-.rL.er Carson si d r.-orll. Streets, t'srsnn rity. fHp STOCK KOTICS TO QTJAfiTZ TEAMSTERS axa.rS otlicrm I 'l'DE rN'DKKSIUNFD IS I'UFl'AP.KP TO 1 turnisli superii.r .Vol'MAIN PAsjil'RAUK twrt,sk nee. inst tbst mi -f fei .1. lb" w-s, Niules iml Cattle lelteitberst JOstS t C j'S Lt !Hi V .1 IS, KMP1I:K CITY, or St the WAI.'M spbiNUg ranch, or at tkkapway's ranch tth mile N. S. of Caison, will be pr.4n-tly tit tended to, and be given lite beet of care ou tbe Ps.ture. K. " HOSPITAL STOCK" w best of arlsafim A. i TSSASSVAT. Cassiia Qiw. Jafr31-tf eaetaias of the Government. sion is unintentional. I will leave ' be city soon for Mexico. delay while as the ear.