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CARSOXl FWDiTl I I I t 13 MPUaUCAM NOMINATIONS. For President of the United States. - of Illinois. For Vice President, of : TWO MOST UfPORTAVT PHASES OP CAMPAIGN. The Lrsrlslatare and tae Jndletnry. la the pending political contest there are matters concerning the State which i a a1 a k a J Uoiua comiDm u uwy iu. . a i. -a- it. t vi : I memos, earner cuu u. zuC "P- can party., we nave reierence 10 ue -real political necessity of securing a an to represent us in the United States Senate ; and the equally important need of taking such action as shall sustain the present high character of the Supreme Bench in this State. And in this con nection let us say that the question of which one of the Tanous Republi can aspirants to the senate is elected is of slight importance as com pared with the matter of choosing from amongst our ranks a man of whose ntness for the very responsible poeiticn f a Justice of the Supreme Court there can be no question. We wish to be un derstood : The paramount importance of keeping a Bepublican majority in Con gress demands our first attention as loyal citizens; and, by the way, it seems to us that the surest method by which to en sure that end is to make certain: Find, thatihose whom we send to the Legisla ture are Republicans leaving our squab bles as to whom they shall support for the Senate until after the election. But the party, and not its representatives in the Legislature, are to choose who shall be its nominee for the position of a Jus tice of the Supreme Court. As at pres ent constituted, the Supreme Bench of Nevada is without an equal in any new State in point of ability and integrity, and the keen vigor and clear percep tions of young and high-toned manhood. We speak of the Court as a whole in saying this, for, radically as we differ from the Democratic member of that Ik-nek, we share with the bar and the business community of the State a great esteem for his professional and personal qualifications for the place which he so gracefully fills there. We also share in the general solicitude for the sustainment of the present enviable reputation of that body ; said we can conceive of noth ing that should engage the earnest action of the party in preference to the ques tion of the incumbency of the place' now filled by Judge Lewis. And this brings us to any that w hope and trust and be lieve, indeed, that the Republican State Convention will honor itself; advance, once' more, the' lofty tone of our party and do an act of justice to the State, the Bench and the bar, by selecting, with no dissenting voice, thiseame accomplished jurist to fill the place which he now holds and whose momentous duties he so faithfully performs. We .know whereof we speak when we say that no member of I any Court in .any iiemr -rjzate stantls 1 higher than Hon. James F. Lewis; ind tkonr wba read the Nevada Court Be- ports and have mind enough to conipre- hend them cannot withhold the opinion I that, while Mr. Lewis therein shows a immtrrprisirtslndustrT find' close appli- cation to the duties of his position, there is displayed throughout the whole scope nuu vohnaaT of hi CnwiaWBa an ampiitnde i.f cora prehension, a depth of leseaieh and a purity of logic and diction rarefy to be BUCTffieTenat ine handVof lav ariteta "f far greater" experience and more extended Imnaaationv than he can bow ia tfo Mapaak,-aa poDtirtur u ho knoars aaaaething afcuttf ' the wars that are dark and tricks that are nin which are employer) by Jhose who deal with pninaneseaal Conventrons for such ut-rtUB.ai an aWanesfaaUS party S wiH mure redound to its good name than any- thing that aaar auae of squabbling, trad. iad, combining and the asnal sharp prao- ticer known antongai those wio poll the tmigs and wires wUeft'set in motion the priagsand taatst pattital partiea.'' If we most skirtnish and plan and pnt up Litis jobs, let ns confine these UadabU t-tforts to other matters and things than or selection of Justices of the Supreme Count. Let us be as decent and eonnci entianavjM rsasnihss in this refratd; and tb-n. whatsoever may happen in any other dirs Horn, we shall at least be self. atiSToed that tre have done our beat to preserve the purity of the Bench and ade it possible lor those in search of I resort that an impartial judgment shall there be meted oat to them. We are not of those weak sentimental ists who reecho that mendacious plausi bility that " Judges should be above poli ties." Judges are but men; and beneath the surface of politics lie principles of government life within which are ger minated the very tap roots and feeders of statutory enactments; -and until the Bench assumes something akin to a su perhuman character and loses its sympa thies with humanity, its members must and will li ata And will t hiriir. t npir nnlit- - , nrnrliv:HM alu, ntimmta And I,.. W(, Mv ... . . .. - I J somethin ff which mv not nrnfital.lv he I controverted, That political parties should . ..,.., . ... nMties nMl only be dispensed with at the peril of the purity, dignity and usefollness of the Judiciary. PRESIDENT GRAVTS SOLICITUDE I EORKIOX DUUOHATTS. While Carl Schurz was concocting his conspiracy against President Grant he (the President) was preparing his mes sage to Congress; and in doing so he did not forget that the countrymen of this same Carl Schurz were sadly in need, when landing upon oar shores, of some other sort of assistance, advice and en couragement than such as can be derived from the vaporings to which they are daily treated by demagogues and mischief makers of the stripe to which belongs the Senator from Missouri (no matter which one tney are so sadly alike in disposi tion and Durpose.) In that message the President made the following wise and humane suggestions, the wisdom and timeliness of which should not be for gotten by those who entertain an inter est in the well being of the natives of Europe m ho are constantly coming to this asylum of the oppressed of all nations: The number of immigrants ignnrmnt o!mr nn and habits coming into the country continu ally has become so great and the impositions practiced upon th-m so numerous and flagrant, that I suggest Congressional action for their protection. It seems to me a fair subject for legislation by Congress, I cannot now state as fully as I desire the nature of the complainta made bv immigrants of the treatment thev re ceive, but will endeavor to do so during this session of Congress, particularly if the subject snoura receive your snention. I nereis more "nutriment in such a well considered suggestion as this than can be found in a fathom of Carl Schurz's captious criticisms of Grant's Adminis tration. - Hxcx isa nut for the Concretes to crack, J if they can : While Carl School in Feb ruary last was cudgelling his brain and exhausting the gall and bitterness of bis I jaundiced constitution "to trump up false I and untenable charges- against Grant, (front's administration was 'paying off fif teen millions of the public debt ; and in the I succeeding month of March, while Scaurs and Sumner were putting their heads to gether to deceive the people into the be lief that they had made out their case and proven that the administration had been guilty of an infraction of our neutral ob ligations with Germany (when they knew full well that no such disegard of pur in ternational obligations hod either been made or contemplated) during that month 1,1 jiiin-n ,uiw .uepmawjmeics ocuuiz and Polonious Sumner were maliciously contriving to fasten this false impression upon th4 pubhe iniftdj Grant's admXaM- traiion reduced tne . national ueU by wore th"n t'reli millions of dollars.. Who doing the honester business? Who was mow strenutonsly exciting himself lot the good nam and fame of this nation then? i Grant or Schurz? . Which was the most patriotic cp(kaTorv an attempt to fix np- I on the American government the stigma of having deliberately proven itself false to its obligations to a friendly power? or so "v1""i"g the financial affairs of the1 tountry as to make oar institutions res pected by the people living under that power people who, more generally than those of any .European. JUstjonalitj bold 1 ule W" .luiawinnimrui i iut pew pie all along xrom tne pine topped lulls of Maine to the vine clad slopes of the Golden State are answering these ques tion; and their answer thrusts bis ma HgnaniaiaisdVra down the false throat of the mendacions Schnrs and : confounds frith an overwhelming .an4 inarirnMnint able confusion the sore pated and mean spirited egotist1 - who now, ' for the last time represents loyal - Massachusetts in r the Senate of the United' States. Glory be to God! the time-is near at hand when the traitors and political hucksters who left our ranks are to be shelved and silenced and consigned to a lasting eon e:Hnn of political infamy forever and for- ver! Stew To-day. I II C UilEJI I Abb I lUii QhlX THE GREAT AUCTION SUE THE GREAT AUCTION SALE Ssiturd.ij' .Horn in Saturday Morning Saturday jlloruin&r SEPT. SEPT. SEPT. 4, 14, 14, AT AT AT IO IO IO O'CLOCK, O'CLOCK, O'CLOCK, WILL COMMENCE WILL COMMENCE WILL COMMENCE THE THE THE GREAT 6REAT GREAT ATJCTIOX Atcnos Arcriox SALE SALE SALE OF THE OF THE or THE FINEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK FINEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK FINEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK or or or STAPLE ft FANCY GOODS ! STAPLE & FANCY GOODS! STAPLE & FANCY GOODS! EVER OFFERED IN THE STATE. EVER OFFERED IX THE STATE. EVER OFFERED IN THE STATE. R I THESE GOODS ARE .action goods, but the finest in the mar. Bet, anu all in perfect order. CONSISTING OF CONSISTING OF CONSISTING OF 300 Pair nf Corsets Asserted. 373 Skirts, White. SOO Skirts, Printed. lOO Lace Collars. 1U Lave Toilet Mats. lOO Crochet Tidies. SOO Geats' I'nderablrte. . . 40 Dana Handkerchiefs Assorted. SOO Pavlr mt CchUareu' Wool Socks. lOO Pair at Chlldrens' Cloves. SOO Pair mt Ladies' Kid Gloves. lOO Balmoral Skirt. 3a Bed Covers, MmrerlUee. IOO Dozen Napkins, Assorted. S3 Ladies' Wool Jackets. S3 Scarfs and Ties, Silk. IO Doxen Hat Racks. IO Dozen Paper holders. IO Dana Parses, Ladles'. 30 Dozen Dolls and Heads. . ... ..ALSO: . .... ALSO: , I ALSO: Maaie aad Maaical Instmments. Banjos. Gnltara, Fires, Flats aad Mcslsa, A eeerdeons I d Concertinas. Stationrrjr. , Maaie Portfolios, Maatc Beeka. hat, Uark Roves. . Iltaia'i aaiAstasa '"' ' ! A 5 Pietares and Pietare Frames. Fnna, Par Collars aad tats CaUdren'a Underwear. ALL OF WHICH MC ST BE SOLD. ALL OF WHICH SIT ST BE SOLD ALL OF WHICH XC8T BE SOLD ' TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER! TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER! TO THE HiUHEST BIDDER! THE Al CTTOX WILL COXTTXrE THE ACCTIOS WILL COXTIM'E THE AUCTION WILL CO.NTI.VIE PAY DAY DAY AND AND AND EVENING EVENING EVENING rNTIL AIX THX GOODS ARE SOLD. UNTIL ALL THE GOODS ARE SOLD. UNTIL ALL THE GOODS ARE SOLD. -., Call and examine the goods, AT MOOIK Jt PARKCR3 HAU ' :' Where the goods will be sold. , 13-tf ' C. B. JfAISH, AacCr. V GROCERIES, PROVISIONS AMD LIQUOR. H. D. CHUfBOBUK.. J. K. CHKBET.. .a. a. auaox MASON, CHENEY & CO., Office ajtd Salesroom Penrod Block, corner of Carson and Telegraph streets: Wabebocsg Corner of Plaza and Muaser streets. CAKM CITT, NEVADA. lirBOLESlLE AND RET ATX. DEAL- f f ere in Croeeries, Provisions, Flour and Feed, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Classware, Cutlery, Paints and Oils, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc, etc eWe have the lareest and best Fire-proof Warehouse in the State, and are prepared to re ceive Grain and General Merchandise on STOR AGE at all times, and to mane CASH ADVANCES on the same. Goods delivered free of charge in all parts of the city and in any part of the surroundintj coun try. 1-tf MASON. CHENEY A CO J. R. SCOTT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BRANDY, WHISKY, WINES, CIGARS, Etc CARSON STREET. CARSON CITY, l-tf JACOB TOKIEK DEALER IN GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Z alxxtfii and ALSO, GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods Comer Carson aad Maaacr Sta., CABSON CITY, HEY ABA TIIE BKT Family Grocery IN CAKSON CITY, COCKEB OF KINO AND OBXSBT STKXXT8. THE rXDERSIGXED HOPES TO aucoeed in sustaininft the reputation of his place ox ourtiness as tne tavorite xanuly grocery of the place b constantly Keeping a full supply of all choice kinds of Staple Groceries, Caaaed floods. Pet- lea in emu, riRe wis, rare Wiaea, etc, etc Besides all kinds of WOODEN AND WILLOW- WARE, TINW ARE, ets.. etc. CALL AND SEE ME. H. V. FOSTER. N. B. Goods delivered in all parts of the city and neigh borbocd. 1-tf GEO. FRYER WH0LESA1JC DEiLlB IN Liquors and Cigars No. 6 and ftS CARUI STBEET,- CABSON CUT Next door south of A. B. Driesbach's warehouse) A GEVT FOB THE POLLOWLXG CEX- Ji orated brands of W S I S3 JBL I 1 S Which he constantly keeps on hsnd: SUIT Jr CO.ti "National," "Capitol," "Senate," . . CointTlMS , " Cahinet.'i- "AAA Bye." LLOYD k CO "Kentucky." "Bourbon." . .. JESSE MOOKE.K eelebrated Whisky. ' -GOLDEN SHEAF WHDsKY. rr Also, the celebrated "T "Dlue Craa" Whiskies AND Ale fttifl Poxrtexr In cases or bulk; also, keeps on hand the hnrst orands or -. CIG.4.XIW CAN12H.S ' GEO. D. KRTER, 1-tf Liquor Dealer. TTTTTTTTTTTT , TT TTTT TTi . , i .. .T TTTT , . x - TTTT 1 ' TTTT' ! TTTT ,, , 5 v TTTT '. TTTTTT rriEA THE BEST lCaLm' OP TEA X In the niarlet. k T. HliER sat BROn Xteiplre Olty, - Nevada Make a specialty of choice brands of FIXE JAPAN TEA - , , I f FIME JAPAH TBA 5 2 mmI nw jAFair tea 4 ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA ENGLISH BRSAKFAaT TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA 1-1 11 11 IT FINEST GUNPOWDER TirillU FINEST GUNPOWDER x ttt t FINEST GUNPOWDER rrr , FINEST GCNPOWDEK ' ttt N. B. Mr. Josenh Beer, who has had s large experience in some of the most extensive Tea- Importing nouses IB iondon and new rorx, wui have charge of this department. ' BT'ONltY the most reasonable PRICES win be demanded. T. BEER ft BRO.. Bntoho-s and General Merchants. Empire City, Sept. , 1K72. 1-tf DRUGS AND MEDICINES. DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, rtBFUPKmr, I0PUI0R CHEMICALS, Etc, Etc., Etc Dispensing Chemist, HAS CONSTANTLY IX STORE AT his place of busmen, corner of CARSON and KING streets, a full and complete assortment of everything pertaining to a nrst-daiss Drut; Store: and keeps, in their season, all choice va rieties of Field and Carden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which roods fresh supplies are beinc received daily. X. B. Particular attention paid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTION'S At all hours of the day and night. sy. continuation of past favors is solicited. 1-tf O. P. WILLIS. drugs: drugs: drugs: C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY BOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEAL- er in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles. Oils, Brushes, Soaps. Carden Seeds, Etc., Etc Pure Wines and For Medicinal I Liquors PERFUMEnY. Just received, a fine assortment of THE BEST FRENCH AXD ENGLISH Call aad Eamnatae It. '. F. COLTOX, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY THE ODERsIGXED WILL. GIVK his personal attention to compounding phy Kii ians' prescriptions and dispensing nmlicuiea, and havini; had more than THIRTY YEARS e perience as an apothecary, is confident thai ta can give satisfaction. avfsrai-airnosa CcozrocxnED at aim Hon, . 1-tf - C. F. COLTON. THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON HAS rOHFUED WITH THE LAWS of the Suit of Nevada, requiring a de- pusu ot ... A' t . - 5 i - Soand atnafness Conatde, atieas -arhir the Imperial Hhawld be Preferred t First It was establtuhpd n 1S03. and is tho ' oldest FIRE Insurance Company represented in the United states. Second It has a subscribed capital of t. 000.- - 000. of whi. U tajtXt.WIO is rn rr in Gold, with lurtner aocununulated asnets of f 2.-216,015, mak iue it at once the Stranaest and Richest Fire In surance Company in the World. Third This Coxpakt doe a Pire Baaiaens Exrlnsively, and none of its asxets are liable to he diverted for urt or maetxr 1ik.-. as i thi cascwith aui other English. Ctatpauiea repre-f seated on this coast. Fourth This Ganipany's losses at CHICAGO were less than oxk artimBKD thousaxd doixajoi. and hava been paid In full, doixab fob hoixam. r.iLULK, bUJ. A; '(.. General Aguata for PaeitK toast. 4 (u California street, San Franci(.o. PETERS, AAij 1-tf. Arenta, fa; I. ftTEHS RICE ft PETERS, stools.-: (Office with Wells. Fargo k Co, CARSON ST., CARUOH CITY 4 . u yT11 PUBCSASE AND SELL - STRICTLY OS COMMISSION ' ' ; " . t " Mining Stocks and other Securities dealt in by the Saa FraaUsco Stock and Exchange Board. Kr'Advances made on approved stock and other securities. Carson, Sept. , 1872. !-tf JOHN C, FOX, ' Street, eppeaite the Capital. Careen BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE, WATCHES and JEWELRY. Fu.no y Goods, Etc. THIS ESTABLISHMENT COXT.MXS a complete assortment of all kinds of no- . noss, srouwa Aee.uurus snd shelf goods. 7" Eastern paners and Macazines r-- ive? daily. . Agent for r.U the wucaliea and Dalies of the Pacific Coast. 1-tf" JOHN G. FOX.