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THE MOT DAILY APPEAL
' ARSON! TTENDATt t iSIPT. ID RCPUBUCAM MOM I NATIONS. ForPiesiiVntof the United State. ULVHHKH G II A. IN" T, of Illinois Fcr Vice President. HEXBY WILHOX, of 1 APPEAL JOB OFFICE. We were notified yesterday, by tele graph, that our delayed job presses and materials vers on their way hither. Tbii will pot ns in condition to execute all sorts oi bill work, posters, blanks, ic, c, as soon as the latter part of this week if nothing happens to prevent. THE CONSP1KACT AGAINST XA TIOXAIJTY. HEPVBUCAXISM AND RECONSTRUCTION. Never since the history of the govera- tnt have the vital issues oi a pending national election been more simple than those which now demand public atten tion; and yet never were the various in-t-itential elements of a struggle mure di versified or more worthy of study. The war carried on for the preservation of the I raion vindicated the national idea. Per fected measures of reconstruction have iven ns a strong, healthful and much r-jected government. At present we are made cognizant of the various extra ordinary makeshifts resorted to in aid of a conspiracy which owes its origin to ':oae never idle marplots whose upper most object in life is to so far pull down and destroy that government as to dis grace it in the eyes of the world and ren r it powerless for self vindication and thj assertion of sovereign power. The cvne by which to designate this move ment is Conspiracy far such, and noth ing else is the term that rightly indicates (he motive which called into action the combination of hitherto mutually repel I nt farces which now, surging about the political field, bellowing a meaningless battle cry and swinging a banner whose heraldic devices are a wretched corupro ium between a flag of truce and the rebel fcLtra and bars, has nothing better for a watch word and rallying cry than "Any thing to beat Grant." That men of hitherto respected character should be found lending aid and comfort to this movement, surprising as it is, does not relieve it of the epithet with which we htv.j stigmatised it. Let as examine it. Stimetaing more or less than one year since, certain Democratic politicians in MUsourT supplemented the "New De parture." of Mr. Yallandigham. with what 'iey chose to call "The Passive Policy." Th first suestions relative to this "Passive Policy" were timidly given to public through the columns of the MiHjouri liepubiican. The gist of this hoxnc, as it is needless for us to say, that the Democrats should make no Dominations for President and Vice Pres ident but that they should, instead, wait for such disaffected Republicans as were disposed to do so, to nominate candidates : those offices in opposition to the ac i: n of the duly authorized national con veation of the party. Led into tempta tion by Carl 8churz; counseled by Frank "lair and incited by that Free Trade fa natic. Colonel Grosvenor, the few and far 9aittered remnants of the old, anti-iron dad. "Liberal" Republicans of Missouri c,al together, last Fall, in Jefferson City and held convention there; and this s-trvad as a nucleus for that Queer and oerolous aggregation of inpracticables aad ratting office-seekers who assembled n the name of "Reform" at Cincinnati, list Jury, and who, by their very readi ota to enter upon s corrupt and shame scheme to restore the Tammany Ring able potters perverted by reason of such disappointments as in the nature of things were certain to come upon a man of his bad and unreasonable ambitions ; this political infidel ; this Ishmaelite among statesmen first relaxed his affected zeal for Republicanism ; then, became one of a band of conspirators to break aown tne parry, tnrongn wnose mis placed kindness and over-strained appre ciation, he had got into office ; and then, after doing his worst to cast dishonor upon the Government of his adoption. struck hands with the Copperheads of the North and the rebels of the South, hesitating not to use his position as a Senator of the United States to system atize a conspiracy, the too evident ob ject of which is to gain by false declara tion and stealth what slipped from the bloody clutch of Jefferson Davis and his associates in treason. Schurz's part in this diabolism is to secure such dupes as may follow his teachings ; and while we may regard it as a likelihood that if Charles Francis Adams had been nominated at Cincin nati and endorsed at Baltimore, the Democracy would have made something of an earnest fight for him, they now, in stead of being loyal to their adopted nominee are secretly making preparations (with Schurz's connivance) to barter him off, at all points for votes for their Con gressional and Legislative nominees. tnus making or endeavoring to make a gradual approach to so much of power as lies in the hands of that party which can control the legislation of the country. Let the Republicans b&tr in mind that Hor ace Greeley is just so much more of trading capital than the Democracy have had before in many years certainly much more than 8BAXT AND THE PIBUG LANDS. Frank Pixley, Carl Schnrz and other hired detainers of President Grant have had the shameless hardihood to aver that it was through his influence and sanction that large bodies of the public lands were granted in aid of certain railways ; and they insinuate the inference that Grant would, if he could, squander the nation's domain just to gratify a wanton and in herent propensity to give away to a fa vored few railway corporations what ought to be kept as a legacy to those who are to come after us and whose un disturbed privilege it should be to own and occupy the land. Fortunately for the accused party this is one of the kind of cases where he is permitted to prove, by documentary evidence, the falsity of the charges made against him and while it is needless tor us to give any heed to such a palpable non seqvitur as that a President who was elected in 1868 could be held responsible for what was done under a President vho was elected in 1SG0, we have only to refer to Grant's latest message to Congress to illustrate very clearly his sentiments re garding the policy to be pursued in dis posing of the lands which still remain subject to the disposition of Congress. In the message referred to (that of Dec. 4, 1871) , the President said : I renew my recommendation that the public lands be regarded as a heritage to our children to be disposed of only as re- 3 aired for occupation and to actual set ers. Those already granted have been in great part disposed of in such a way as to secure access to the balance by the hardy settler who may wish to avail him self of them, but caution should be exer cised even in attaining to so desirable an GROCERIES. PROVISIONS AND LIQUORS. . n. cunnuo...!. c chzket h. a. uuoa MASON, CHENEY ft CO. Omcc ajtd Salesroom Penmd Block, corner of Canon and Telegraph street; Wabxhocsk Corner of Plaza and Muster streets. CAttM CITY, NEVADA. "VfTBOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALr- v f en In Groceries, Provisions, Flour and Food, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Paints and Oils, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc. tCT"We nave the largest and best Fire-proof Warehouse in the Mate, and are prepared to re ceive Grain and General Merchandise on STOR AGE at all times, and to make CASH ADVANCES on the same. Goods delivered free of charge in all parts of the city and tn any part ox the surrounding coun try- I-tf MA30X, CHENEY fc CO. J. R. SCOTT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BRANDY, WHISKY, WINES, CIGARS, Etc CAKSOH STREET. CARSON CITT. 1-tf they have had since the mar. Bearing this fact in memory, let no Republican be tempted to make any trade with any Democrat. In the first place such trades are unnecessary ; in the next place they are fraught with iminent danger. This Possnmated movement of the Democracy is quite as much of a conspiracy against the so-called Liberals and their infatuated and self-blinded Presidential nominee as it is a deep laid scheme to get possession of the law-making power in this Govern ment. Liberal Republicans who still have any patriotism left, and all steadfast supporters of the Philadelphia nominees, have a common cause of action against this insidious attempt to achieve by stealth and indirection what failed of ac complishment by those who sought to set up and sustain " The Southern Confeder acy." A careful study of this matter will demonstrate the correctness, of our theory. object. National interests may well be served by the grant of proceeds of sale of public lands to settlers. I do not wish to be understood as recommending in the least degree a curtailment of what is being done by the general government lor tne encouragement of education. The very monstrosity and extravagance of the lies concocted by the false wit nesses who have given evidence against the President carry with themselves the tell-tale signs of their own mendacity Dissimulating stump orators of the pro fessional sort such as Schnrz and Pix ley allow their bad zeal to outrun their memories and obliterate whatever of for mal respect they may have affected for the truth of history. They invariably im peach themselves. t- power, disgusted their then wiilint? al lies, the Revenue Reformers and sent ' poor Grosvenor back to Missouri to try sad solve the problem of "How to make :p a Sfe-long and, anper-bigoled Free trader' mind to swallow such a dose as Moraee Greeley, the head-center of Pro for'ionisU and world-renowned Awful ::tiapl of 'Pig Iron on the brain." ' Carl Scams has been not inaptly. pictured aa Mephistopheles, and thus portrayed he baa been exhibited. by N ant's inimitable pencil concocting a-ica diabolical schemes and whetting such tools aa seemed fitted to disgrace and asntmw- tliiftiweyTls This bad-. hearted and implacable mischief-maker pe has, in elimbing V his present la. yaataMs pmmineooe, proven himself ut- ry wrortay to have had the honors of :tfci Htiaeaship conferred opon ;ioywlwarpdaadhi consider- " Liberal" critics who belie the liber ality of their political professions by making nncharitable comments upon the Louisville Convention have seen fit to say of that gathering that the delegates who took part in its proceedings repre sented no real constituencies that they were merely Grant's tools or, if not that, isolated Bourbons, Democratic sore heads, and so on. It seems to ns that such talk as this comes with rather a bad grace from a faction whose so-called " Na tional Convention" at Cincinnati was composed of members, not one of whom was furnished with credentials from any body of constituents. Who sent the del egates from Nevada and California ? And wherere, oh, where, is the Liberal con stituency of this State ? If the sorry squad, whose feeble numbers we have in our mind's eye form the body, and mo nopolize the brains of that constituency, then are we rightly reminded of that small but devoted canal-boat crew who, when their spavined motive power be came wrecked upon the treacherous tow- path, were summoned to their perilous duties on that raging torrent by the voice of an excited skipper, who, with harsh and high-keyed words of command, ex- 'All hands on deck, both of claimed, ye!" Tbs Butro Tunnel nas been bored a distance of 3,130 feet, all told. Fifty feet were made last week. The full sized work has been carried in for a distance of feet; and of this 120 feet have been .made since August 33. One shaft has reached a depth of 388 feet, another is down 600 feet, the third is 377 feet deep, and No. 4 is down 410 feet. Much water is encoun tered in these shafts. Thb Typographical Union of New York don't relish the idea of furnishing from their own pockets the funds for keeping in victuals and drink the impecunious idlers who hang about the outskirts of the workingmen's unions and claim sup port from their more industrious fellows upon the pretense of bring aa strike. The printers arc right. ' 1 THE OXE TERM DODGE. The Democracy make loud professions of believing in the " One term " hobby of Horace Greeley A- Co., and yet, it is a fact that while no northern born man has ever been re-elected to the Presiden cy, it is also a fact that all those who have been chosenfora second term, Wash ington and Lincoln were the only ones who were not Democrats. Jefferson, Hadison, JIunroe and Jackson each served a second term ; and Van Buren was nominated for a reelection in 1840 ; and in California where the Democracy have had a good deal to say about politi cal matters, the only Governor who held during two consecutive terms was John Bigler, and since Bigler's defeat, in 1863, the only parry in that State offering to reelect an incumbent of the Gubernato rial office is the Democracy who in 1871 renominated Mr. Eaight. These facts. so far as the Democracy are concerned bar them from advocating this projected statute of limitation this weak and un tenable device to cheat old women and frighten the babes and sucklings of politics. Again " there is a lie out somewhere." The Democracy have always declared the Protective Tariff unconstitutional. Vet they now not only swallow H. G. without "drawing" his internal improvements, and in spite of the rank flavor of " pro tection" which follows his wake, but they profess a willingness to submit this "un constitutional" question to Congress, when, if they were in earnest, they would resist the payment of Protective Tar iff duties in the Courts. Secondly, the Democracy claim this to be a " white man s government ; yet they profess to an acquiescence in the Fifteenth Amendment and its conse quence, negro suffrage. Thirdly, the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amenedments, so they have repeatedly told ns, confer the right of suffrage on the Chinese who live amongst us ; yet they cheerfully gulp down the Cincinnati platform which promises to sustain those amendments. We might proceed with these interesting incongruities even to ninety-nintethly, but these samples will auffiee for the present. JACOB TOBHTXER DEALER IX GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Faints Azxd Oils ALSO, CENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods ConwrCanmiani MaaaerSta., CARSON CITT, NEVAOA DRUGS AND MIDICINKS. DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS, Etc., Etc., Etc. Dispensing Chemist, HAS CONSTANTLY in store at his place of business, rorner of CARSON and KINO streets, a full and complete assortment of everything pertaining to a hrst-class Drug Store: and keeps, in their season, all choice va rieties of Field and Carden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which goods fresh supplies are being received dailv. N. B. Particular attention paid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTIONS At all hours of the day and night. 6Va continuation of past favors is solicited. 1-tf O. P. WILLIS. DRUGS! DRUGS! DRUGS! C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & JPOTHECARY w HOLESALE AND K UTAH. DEAL- THE BEKT Family Grocery IN CABSON CITY, CORNER OF KTNO AND ORMSBY STREETS. THE rDER.SmED HOPES TO succeed in sustaining the reputation of his place of business as the favorite familv grocery of the place by constantly keeping a full supply of all choice kinds of Staple Groceries, Canned Onods, Pot ted .meats, lne Oil, fare Wine, etc, etc Besides all kinds of WOODEN AND WILLOW- WARE, TINWARE, etc., etc. CALL AND SEE ME. B. P. POSTER. N. B. Goods delivered in all parts of the citv and neighborhood. 1-tf GEO. 1. FRYER WHOLESALE DEALER IN Liquors and Cigars No. 64 and 63 CARSON STREET, CARSON CITT (Next door south of A. B. Dricsbach's warehouse) Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Carden Seeds, Etc, Etc. ALSO, Pure Wines and Liauors For Medicinal lae. PEHPUMKBY, Ju--t received, a fine assortment of THE BEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH Call and Examine It. C F. COLTOX, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY THE CNDERSIGNED fflU GIVE his personal attention to compounding ph-sit-ians' prescription and dispensing medicine, and having had more than THIRTY YEARS ex perience as an apothecary, is confident that h can rfve satisfaction. PBfgdUPTIOXsC01fFOC!TEDAT ALL HorKS. 1-tf c. F. COLTON. THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON HAS COJIPUED WITH THE LAWN of the Slate of Nevada, requiring a de posit of 4 GEXT FOR THE FOLLOWING CEI -Tn. . ebrated brands of Which be constantly keens on hand: STIT ft CO. '8 "National," -Capitol." -Senate." "Conaress." "Cabinet.'. "AAA Bw." IXOYD k CO ' Kentucky "Bourbon." JESSE MOORE.S celebrated Whisky. OOLXiEN SHEAF WHISKY. Also, the celebrated "Blue Crass" Whiskies AND Ale ftrifi Porter In cases or bulk; also, keep on hand the finest brands of CIG.VBS IN CASRH GEO. D. FRYER, 1-tf Liquor Dealer. ),(KK). TTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTT TT TTIT TT T TTTT T TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTTTT H. C, Stbsbt. formerly the editor of tint Canon Aeatster. has Veen 'nominated by the Denwmci of Elko county bar the AswmMj. TEA THE BEST taX-lUTY OF TEA in the market. T. BEER fc imo, Empire City, i - re-wtdu Make specialty of choice brands of FINE JAPAN TEA FINE JAPAN TEA FINE JAPAN TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA rumn FINEST GUNPOWDER llllllll t m i FINEST GUNPOWDER X xrr x ttt FINEST GUNPOWDER rrr xrr FINEST GUNPOWDER rrr N. B. Mr. Joseph Beer, who baa had a lam experience in some of the most extensive Tea importbag honsas in London and New York, will have charge of tbia department. aruiiu im most reasonable rxiura wui oe nuaaded. T. fcKB A BRO., Butcher and O serai Merchant. Empire Citv, Sept. K I-tf Sound Bnainea Consideration why he Imperial Shonld be Preferred , First It was established n 1SOS, and is th oldest FIRE Insurance Company represented in the United States. Second It has a subscribed capital of t,00i. 000, of which J,500,ouu is PMI up iu Gold, with further accnmmnlated assets of Ji.ilo.Ol.i. mak ing it at once the Strongest and Richest Fire In surance Company in the World. Third This Company dob a Fire Bnslneaa Exclusively, and none of its assets are liable to be diverted for life or hakink losses, as is th case with iu other English Companies rvpn . suited on this coast. Fourth Thia Company's losse at CHICAGi were less than osr. humirko THitruxD imm.i,k. and have been paid in full, dollak roa ikji.i.ak. FALKNEU. BELL A CO., General Agents for Pecils Coast, 430 California street, San yraaciaco. 1-tf RICE PETERS, Agents, Car City. -n. j. rcTKB RICE & PETERS, 2XOl.OXIS. (Office with Wells, Fargn A Co., CARSON ST.. CARSON CITY.) yiyilJU PURCHASE AND SELL. STRICTLY ON COMMISSION Mining Slock and other Securities dealt in by the San Francisco Stock snd Exchange Board. VAdvanee made on approved slock and other securities. Carson, Sept. S, 1872. i.tf JOHN C FOX, Street, apposite Ota Capital, maus a lOOKt, CUXXENT LITERATURE, PIANOS, WATCHES and JEWELRY Fancy Goods, Etc- . THIS ESTABLISHMENT CONTAIN aoompieae assortment of all kind of so. nam, sroarmo attabatcs and shelf good. Ksstira papers and MigTllin received daily. Aaant for all the weeklies aad Dalies of Facific Coast. I-tf JOHN G. FOX.