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THE m DAILY APPEAL.
ARSOM THrUDATi t sSEPT. M REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For Pnsit&Bt of the United States. - -LYHHES W. (i H.VXT, of niiaais. For Vice Presjdnit, IIKNRT WILSOX, of Slassarnsette. - "PrSH THINGS." In spite of the back-action arithmetic with which the Gretleyites try to make tlif Maine election appear " A Blessing it IHui," all bnt the hopelessly infatu ated lnpes of Schurz & Co. have sense . nongh to interpret that result as inilieat hu; the certain sncues of the Republican lii:rty in November. What is thus made evident to all who are possessed of ; jrspicaciry enough to comprehend the t'orve of events that indicate, beyond any n-ed of misapprehension, the drift of the ;..pnl:ir mind, has been all along equally ,-iUat to all calm and impartial observ ers who have taken the pains to look int. the merits of the matter and weigh ir by the tests of political philosophy. There never has been any truth ln-hind tiii passive movement ; for while the iH-inocraey adopted it merely as a change f tnetirs not a change of base the' -!-lf styled "Liberals," shabbily clad in thf cast off garments of Eeform, and with ;itefullness as a substitute for honest -al. have been unable to present one dis siiutive principle to entitle them and thrir ca'jsu to tho favor of sincere and t:iiuking men. Their virtue has been a "nil and frivolous assumption; their purity of intention is the offsprieg of a and pnsillnninions political hypoc risy : their eagerness to clasp hands with J thif rebels has rerealetl their willingness t. sai-riJi:-e even the dearest bought fruits f tae war in onler that they might fall li--irs to the pickings and stealings of of- Siv. Aud Horace Greeley, following the t I e suninle of other famous Ameri--ns wht have bacriticed their self respect jiii-l their peace of mind in order to get a ? .uinatin t' the Presidency, stands be :' ; the world as the very type and sym U 1 of their hyjxxTicies, shumeless deser- ti. .us and imiMrtent spites. Great re volu- ia in politics find ground work upon stronger and sorer foundations than snch nv'i and transparent pretenses as these, formations find successful issue from liJ.-rent h;nil than snch as those who t i iuipnliited the Cincinnati Convention :iud then reached out and invited llora :: StymoTir and William M. Tweed and ta.-ir associates to the unholy alliance was so brazenh" eonsinnmated at l.utuurv. , - E jitd .-4e:dfastness and cn?rgy to that K-layed by JLiine will give the Ropob-li-aa.-. every Northern State, Delaware ; i: l New Jersey reckoned in. Dis for i iv.TMir and Grant for President will s-.vrj X-'W Vjrk over the combined hosts S yiaouritts, Fentonians and Tweed-iti-s by siarcely less than 40,iJttO majority; a shall earry Pennsylvania by not less xh in l.j.WK) in October ; we shall sweep '.ii Indiana, Illinois and the whole V.",-,t even Missoeri, as we now believe a whirlwind : and if, like Phil S Ut-rihin, we " piuh things"' while the lis irtpuiized and panic-stricken foe is aWir? before as, we can carry Nevada by ii-A less thin 1,200 or 1,5UU majority. Itr.t we mast not consider the brittle won c.uul it has been fought ; and when it is f- 'Oht we must summon all our legions t the liel.l and enter the contest as if it vv-i's It life and hucot and glory ! There u:u-.t be no .traggUng, no snpineness, no h in-ing luck, n relaxation of the ex h itttin'' strain which is an imperative -m l iudUjl.'nsable exertion inthestrug- f r tir.ccrss. The enemy is preparing b desert his eanrps ; we shall soon be in the verv midst of his abandoned tents jind meagre efjnijmge ; but we must not if weak enough to tarry there ; iuu.st, by means givs hhu tiai-! to rally his .-exurcjerin tatter Jj malionsif we would. as we ought t d , annihilate them, horse, f t and artillery, from the field of polit- i.-.d action. It will be a mercy to them- .-: i.es to drive them out of all possible lu.ling places in and about that field; 1 air duty to the country demands that Mt- disperse them forever. Dropping metaphor, we mean to be nua-rstood a count iling onr friends of the republican p-trty to avoid giving w.,y, : extra vagiutly, to their well-just-ied Heme of sectuity ; but rather to re nt their efforts in order that the prom iei tnumph niav be the more complete uuj more certainly final. D:x Roubcxcacxt and w ile or on their v a&Hi the ocean tu New York. WlF'TOrBiAffT." ETC. If ' ifs might elect Horace Greeley he wouldn't be compelled to " keep his aeat," butjcould put it in the Presiden tial chair ; and he has already been elect ed by the hopeful and ingenious arithma- tician who presides over the logarithms wAua. decorate tiie columns of our sprightly and enthusiastic contemporary, the Carson Eegiater. By the way, this " blessing in disguise" business one of the old, mouldy humbugs left to posterity by the rebels is " the last ditch" the sole remaining straw left to those dis heartened Hagars who are wandering to and fro in the starless midnight of politi cal dispair, mourning because they can't make a successful repetition of the old experiment of putting new wine into old bottles. The boon which this very cold comfort of bedeviled and perverted Da- boll constitutes, has no parallel in all modern calculations unless it le in that extraordinary process of algebraic gymnas tics by which it was proven that the cap ture of New Orleans, the fall of Vicks- burg, the surrend.T of Fort Fisher, the successful niiirch of Sherman and the ca pitulation at Appomattox Court-house were just so many actual " averages," which, if kept up to the crack of doom, would see the Yankee invaders annih ila ted and the greasy ghost of old Bob Toombs calling the muster rolls of his specter slaves from the top of Bunker Hill Monument. Bnt these are infatuations the mere phantasmagoria of a distempered and de- lirous political vision something akin to what is called an "imaginary calculus ;" " a method," as Webster describes it, " of investigating the nature of quantities which are required to fulfill apparently impossible conditions." We can consent to be defeated by " ifs" supported by such vagaries in mathemat ics, so long as we solve the problems of politics by djing our sums, our way, at the polls. And it looks as if we were destined to continue our crude cyphering even to the figuring up of a trial balance which shall show that the man who whaled and not the man who bailed Jt-ff Davis" is to be the next President of the United States. Thk Republican Pms akies and Corx ty Convention. As will be seen by ref erence to an official report of the Proceed ings of the Republican County Central Committee published fist-where, that body has called the primaries for Satur day next, the 13th iust. and the conven tion for the 19th. They have further provided that the delegates to the State Convention shall be elected, direct, at the primaries; and they have appor tioned four of the number to Carson and two to Empire. The place of voting, here, is ct Moore & Farker's Theater, and at Empire at the Post Office. The Convention will le held on the l'Jth inst. Being thus warned to s?t their squad rons in the field the warriors of the party must not fail to muster their forces as expeditiously as possible. Sound Ideas or Journalism. The Truckee lirpi?!iran in noticing the first issue of the New Appeal says: Wo have received the Brut Dumber of tho Xew Daily AeeiiAL. published at Carson, by Henry R. Miguel. It is a live column to a pige papt r. g.Mt. u up with good typographical taste. It is one of tu' neatest country ners we have seen. and uatplnys a goodly number of local adTertise uecty. V havw gnxt faith in sanall daily pa xwrs in small tuwms. Weekly newsiiaper are slow coaches in these days of lightning and rail rod. aud puple crave autl detualpt local as well as outside news often, r than once in seven djiys. The day is coming if it has not already come when newspaper will be jndgfd. notbytnetr siar, but by their merit not by teaperncial are, but bv their f r-v. truthful lufs. energy and s;4ciness. We trust Mnjhela will Bieet with suc cess. The 7MWJettisryit, It is the fibre, not the size of the newspaper which counts. 0"Conob. The status of the O "Conor Presidential Candidacy as set on foot by the Louisville Convention is as follows : New Yokx. September 10. This evening a number of the members of the ttoramitsee ap pointed at the Louisville Convention to tender o't'onrv the nomination of President, assembled with other members of the Aulrew Jacks. n Club, gave it to be u u. I. rst oud that a favorable reply might be lookew for from U'Oimor. They aatd he did not refuse the nomination, but counseled moderation and expressed a hearty sympathy wtth the Louisville Convention. Tomorrow a number of promineat citizens will meet and sign a letter to O'Conor urging his acceptance. Several of the Ltmisville Committee th ink the nouunattou will be accepted. Cosgsessvax Kendall has arrived in Virginia City and the Democrats, Greeley ites and Adolph Sutro are making a forced demonstration in his behalf in orde r to make gullible people think that Ken dall thinks ; when the truth is " he only thinks he thinks. " He is well enough in his war ; but is of mavelously light weight in the scale of statesmen. The Republican primaries in Lyon county are to be held on the 21st instant. Doe prep-rations are making for that event. PRESIDENT SRAXT TO TUB VET. ERAN SOLDIERS 1XD SAILORS. The following letter, manly in tone and commendable in sentiment has been re ceived by Col. Dudley, Secretary of the Veterans' National Committee: i tjim Branch. Sent mber 9. Dear Sir : I am in receipt of your letter of the h Instant, extending to me, by your committee, a pressing invitation to attend the ttrand Mas Convention of Veteran Soldiers to be neld in tne city of Pittsburg on the 17th instant. My desire to attend and meet again so many old compan ions in anus is very kteat. but my judgment tells me to leave the celebration entirely to those whose motives cannot be misunderstood. I Know no class of eitixens better entitled to meet in convention and to nave weight accorded to their views than the voteran soldiers who risked their limes for the honor and perpetuity of their coun try. I am sure your couneils will be marked by wisdom and patriotism, and that meeting of so many comrades will be a joyous and advantage ous one. I wish for yon all that you expect from your meeting, and only regret 1 canuot oe Willi you on that occasion. With great respect. Your obedient servant. t". S. URAXT. It will strike those who entertain a def erence for the demands of good taste that it is quite as much in accordance with those demands for President Grant to thus modestly decline putting in an ap pearance where his motives for so doing would be misconstrued by his defamers, as it was for Horace Greeley to make hippodrome excursion through New Eng land, seeking to surrender those States to the Democracy and disgorging, per order, his life long professions in order to make room within the limits of his capacious maw for the political fodder provided at Possumated clambakes ! That Tidal Wave. It is feared that the reflux of that "tidal wave" on the coast of Maine will have an effect so de vastating on the bivalves there that there will never be enough of them left alive to furnish the material for another Greelev clam-bake. ATHEKTOX In this ity. S.-it. 11, to the wife of C. C. Albert. n. a daughter. First birth published in the Xew Appeal. Z.v To-day. C. BILUNGS. "IAEVTIST Orace few doors South of the f. S. Mint. CABSOX STREET. Satisfaction given in all cases. slWf EQUALIZATION. TOTICE IS REREBT GITEX THAT I have this day received from the Assessor of Ormsby County the Assessment Koll for 1S7J, and that the Board of County Commissioners will meet at my office in the County Buildings, on Monday the lth day of September, 1S72, as a board of Equalization, and continue in session f turn time to time as required by law, until the business of equalization is disposed of. T. J. Edwards, County Clerk, and Clerk of said Board. September 11. 172. sl2-tf PROCEEDINGS OF THE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF ORMS BY COUNTY. ATA 3IEETIXG OF THE REPIB- --lican County Central Committee of Ormsby Countv. held at Carson. September 10, 1872, the following proceedings were had: JtemireJ, That the time for holding Primaries for the election of Delegates to the State and County Conventions, be Saturday, September 14, at, to-wit: The Theatre, in Canon, from 1 to 6?e o'clock, r. v.. and at the PostufBce Building, in Empire, from 1 U 4. and from 6 to 8 o'clock, p ji., and that the apportionments be as follows: For Stmtr Convention i Carson Township 4 Empire 2 Total 6 For C'ownty Convention t Carson Township !" Empire Total 21 Rrsolred, That the County Convention assem ble at the District Court room, in Carson, on the 19th inst, at 11 o'clock, a. for the pur pose of nominating one State Senator; three As semblymen: District Attorney: Sheriff: County Clerk; County Treasurer; County Recorder: Coun ty An. ssor; County Surveyor; Superintendent of Public schools; Public Administrator: two Coun ty Commissioners (short term) ; two Justices of the Peace; two Constables; three School Trustees for District No. 1, and three School Trustees for District No. 2; and to transact snch other busi ness as shall properly come before the Conven tion. Kttnlrtil. That all persons participating in said primaries shall be subject to the following test: That I am, or will be a qualified elector at the coining Presidential election; that I will then vote for tli.i electors of Grant and Wilson, and that I have not voted at any other primary elec tion in this State this year. Jterernf, That B. H. Meadcr. Lewis Doron and H. H. Bence, are appointed Judges for Carson Towis!iip, and James Morris, Adam Welter and John Richer, for Empir . M-td A. 1. LOCEWOOD, Chairman. Defiance AIlBlnn; Company Notice. The first annual meeting of the stockholders of the Defiance Mining Company will be held at the oAce of the Secretary, in C mon City, on Mon lay the 14th day of Octob.-r. 1H72. at 1 o'clock p. at. for the purpose of electing Trus tees, to serve the enduing year. By order of the Trus e . ISAAC ilcCO'TXEIX, Sent 12-l:a. Secretary, GROCERIES. PROYISIOJfS AND LIQ170BS. S. D. CHAWBKt.r...J. E. CEEST...H. S. MASON MASON, CHENEY & CO., Office ani. Salesroom Penrod Block, corner of Carson and Telegraph streets: Wakebotse Corner of Plaza and Mnsser streets. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. w HOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEAL- ers in Groceries, Provisions, Flour and Feed, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Classware, Cutlery, Paints and Oils, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc. ITTl'e have th largest and best Fire-proof t arthonse m the State, ana are prepared to re ceive Grain and General Merchan.lise 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 in any part of the surrounding coun try. 1-tf MASOX. CHEXEY .V. CO. J. R. SCOTT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BRANDY, WHISKY, WTXES, CIGARS, Etc. CARSOX STREET. CARSOX CITY. 1-tf .JACOB TOlIlllXEll PEALEB IX GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, FAlzxts J3.cS. Oils ALSO. CENTLENIEN'S Furnishing Goods Corner Canon and Mnsser St. , CARSON CITY, NEVADA k-ll Family Grocery IX CAESOX CITY, COEXEIi OF KING AND ORMSSY STKEKTS. niHE rXDERSIGXED HOPE TO 1 .succeed in wistainiiij,' the pputAtiin of hi place ol bUMii the iavunte tauiily griH-t-ry of the place by crwtautJy keeping- a full suitplr or &11 choice kinds vi Staple Grorerie, Canned Cmx!, Pot lea jurau, rinr rure 'inr. etc., etc B-sid all kinds of WOODEN AXD WILLOW WAKE. TINWARE, etc., etc. CALL AM) SEE ME. N. B. Goods delivtPi"d in all parts of the city and ncihborhMXl. l-tz GEO. IK F1IYEB WHOLESALE DEALEE IN Liquors and Cigars Xoa and ttll CARSON STREET,- CARSON CITY (Next duur fcouth uf A 4 CEXTFOR 1HK I ' ilOWIXGt'KU J- ebratl bv.:i i- Which he cnstantly kectw cm baud : SUIT k CO. '8 "National." "ipit)l." Senate." "Contfnaw, "Cabiut,'. "AAA lire-" LLOTD k CO ' hntu tv." -Bonrlwu." JESSE MOORE S tvlrbnt.-d Whiskv. UOLDEX SHEA1' WHISKY. Also, the crlebrawl Hue Crass" Whiskies AND Ale tic3L Porter In cases or bulk; alo, keepA on band the finest brands of CIGAUM GEO. D. FRYElt, Liquor Di-ttlt-r. TTTTTITTTTTT TrrrrrnTTTT TI TTTT TT T TTTT T TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTTTT T El-THE BEST QVAUTY OF TEA m the liiwtt-r . t. nra:n t into.. 'liililiu City, - - - cvjda Make a specialty uf choice brands of FIXE JAPAN TEA FINK JAPAN TEA FINE JAPAN TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA ENGLISH BltEAKFAST TEA ENUI.ISH BBEAKFAHT TEA FINEST GlNPOWDEi: '1 nil fit TTT TIT nrr I FINEST GI'NPOWDEU I ttt t FINEST GUNPOWDER ttt FINEST GUNPOWDER TTI X B. Mr. Jnai-nh Beer, who has had la roe experience in sonic of the mnrt extensive Tca iiuportinx hoiut-tt in Londun and New YoTk, will have charge of thia department. 7"ONLY the man rcuocable PRICES will be demanded. T. BEER Jc BRO., Butchera and Uent-ral Mcrchanta. Empire City, s, pt. 9, 1872. l-tf DRl 03 AND MEDICINES. DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES. PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS, Etc , Etc, Etc. O. I. WILLIS Dispensing Chemist, HAS COX8TAXTLV IN STORE AT hi- place of business, corwr of I'AKSON aud JvlN'ij ti.reetj,a full and complete atMortnit-ur of evi-rything pertaining to a Urst-WaKs lnw Store; and keeps, in their season, all choiiv va rieties of Field and Garden Seeds Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of vhirh goods fresh surmlit s are Ix in ' reeeived daily. N. B. Particular attention paid to tli ecu- pounding of PKESCIIIPTIONS At all hours of the day and night. ttyA continuation or past favors is soiicite.t. 1-tf O. P. WILMS. drugs: drugs: drugs: C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY AY WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, DF. A L- er in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Carden Seeds, Etc., Etc ALSO. Pure Wines and Liquors Fur Mt-dicinal PEnru3ii:iiY. Just tvmw.1. a liii'? ass.-rtri. Dt "of THE BHST EKESCH AND EXGI.ISH PERFUMERY Call and Examine If. DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY T 1HE rXDERSIGXED W1XI- GIVK his pf rsmal mtU nticm to conipoundim; - th ianx' prencriptionH and ciuj- ii:n4i m-dim , and having had more than THIUTY VLAi:t-p-nenee ac an apothecary, is conlidtut that t -ian give Patisfattion. " P&tiCIUlXIOa. COJUfUCNDEJV AT .vix Kct . 1-tf C. F- TOLTON. THE IMPERIAL TP 1 IrtJZ: INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON Has complied wrrn the lawx of the State ot Ntvada, rt-quinnp' a d 'Onlt of Sound Itanium f'oniderutlon why the Imperial Sbnald Ik; PrrferreU: First It was psthblixhrd n INOIt, an.I is th ohl(nt FIRE lnnrani.-v Company npivbentt-U is tht l"nitt-l Stln. St'ttmd It hnfi a subscribed capital of OUM. if which $.ff50u,00U it paid tr in OiId, u itli fiutht'r accumiuulatt-d aHt-ts of ',ltf01;, mak ing it at once the Strong and Richest Firv In ktimnrf Cimpaiiy in the WorJd, Third This Company di:s a Fire Bntlne. Exrla.dvely9 and noneaf il asit-t art lisll. -to bf div.rUtl for life or marine losk. us is tii cats- with all otht-r lntish Corawnirs n pn -a-'Uttfl on thk coast. Fourth This Company'it looses at CHK"AU wtn- less tlian one hi'Xdeed thousand ihillaiw. aud havtt btn paid in full, rLi-4K for d-jllaH-KALKNfcU, BFXL h CO.. Gt'ttt-ral Aftntt fr Pacihc t'oawt, 430 California street, Sun Fram-iM:o. RICE & PETERS, 1-tf Afreiits, Carson City.. H. F. BICE ..H.J. Ptrfc.lt RICE & PETERS, Stools. - Broltors (Oaii-e with WtlU, Farvo fc C., CARSOX ST.. t AP.HON CITV. w HX Pl'BCHASE AXD SELL STRICTLY ON" COMMISSION Mining Storks anJ rtlwr SH-uritus dealt in bv iht- Snn Fniminm Htitrk and Exchange Buard. VJT Advances iuale ua approved istock and otht-r Rccuritits. t'.trson. Spt. W73. 1-tt JOHN C. FOX. C'axraoti Street, opposite tlie Capital, PEAIXB XX BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE, I I A. O f , WATCHES and JEWELRY, Fancy Gouds, IZtv. THIS ESTABUSHJIEVr COXTA1XS a t-omplete aMaortment uf all kind uf itu TIUNH, SPOBTXNO AFPAAATOa and hlii'lf good. y Eastern papers anil Magazines rciviv. 1 daily. Asp-nt fir all the wtx-kht-a and Pah.-iU't tlit- Pacific Cuaat. 1-U JOHN O. FOX,