THE SEW DULY APPEAL
CARSOXt XOKDiTi t t iSEPT. 16
For President of the United States.
, of Illinois.
For Vice President.
SATTRDArs PRIMARIES AXD THE
CAtSES AXD SIGNIFICANCE OF
The incidents and general and particu
lar resnlts of the primary elections which
were held here and at Empire on Sator
lay are given in full in our local columns,
In so far as they determined the purposes
of the majority of the delegates in the
County Convention and indicate the Sen
atorial preferences of those who will be
nominated for positions in the Legisla
ture, they show a clean victory for Mr.
John P. Jones. Te;-fcri-ally speaking
r, rather, acceding to the technical ver
dict of this election, the Republican par
ty of Ormsby County has declared itself
favorable to tLe choice of Sir. Jones.
There ere some facts and incidents con
nected with this contest which it will be
not uninteresting to refer to and which
it would be bnt the weakest follv to ig
In the first place the test adopted by
the County Central Committee was la
mentably weak and deficient, leaving, as
it did, an open door for turfciirness, eva
sion and frand. We have no blame to
ast upon the Committee for their having
adopted a no more &ife and satisfactory
precaution against irregularities and im
onitions upon the parry; but the results
f their misplaced liberality only con
firm ns in our long cherished opinion
that party authorities cannot be too strict
ia presiiibing the qualifications under
which persons may participate in the
-arty"s own elections. Ve believe that
those who are unwilling to pledge their
support to the whole ticket from Presi-
lent to Constable should not be permit
ted to have a voice m the party matters.
Moreover, we now see for the hundredth
time, the absolute need of adopting the
very excellent plan which prevails in
Storey County that of inhibiting any
man from voting at the primaries unless
he has first designated his locality and
duly declared his political standing by be
coming a member of a Republican Club.
Look at the fatal looseness of the test
adopted here. As a noted Englishman
Miid of an Act of Parliament, "one ran
drive a roach and four through it, any
where." There was nothing in this test
which pledged the voter to support the
parties whom he was mot interested in
leering, namely, the Republican nom
inees for the Senate and the Assembly;
there was no pledge required that he
would support anybody else but the
irant and Wilson electors; there was no
means of preventing colonization; and
tii-re was nothing whereby one precinct
a the County could be protected from
invasions and encroachments from
other precincts. That this lamentable
looseness was taken advantage of by over-
jealous partisans and those of elastic
-onscienres it would be simply a weak
:.nd self-distrustful folly to doubt. It
iuay not be and, indeed, we shall as
sume, for the party's sake, that it is not
true, that the Carson primary was deter
mined by Democrats from Brunswick
mill and elsewhere; residents of Empire
who, in honor, had no right to vote here;
"Birds of Pray" from Douglas county:
the unclean spirit of the Democracy as
j ist driven out of the Woods ; and col-
red noa-residenta who had been bribed
to vote and work against a Senator who
voted for the Fifteenth Amendment ; we
shall give no credence, we say, to these
unpleasant rumors, but shall, instead.
heap coals of fire upon the heads of
those faithless politicians who, two years
Mitre, upon being checkmated in their at
tempt to carry the primaries through the
mployment of mercenaries from the
lwer levels of the Democratic party,
Wted our State ticket and now are rep
resented in the ranks of the Possum
1 emorracy ; we shalL we say, heap coals
f hn npon the heads of these and those
who may have been tempted to imitate
their unscnrpulonsness on Saturday last,
' y giving a hearty and ungrudging snjv
p rt to every man who is to receive a
uomicttion at the hands of the Republi
can County Co mention that is to meet
Ler on the 19th instant. We propose to
banish all suspicions as to an undue in
fiuenoe exerted upon onr party's matters
by outsiders so far as such suspicions
tui-jht affect our duties to the party. - For
while there is no place upon our head big
enough for any sore spot made by this
fight, and while we have by no means
lowered the banner of the gallant Gray
Eagle, we are prepared to buckle on our
armor and make the best fight we know
how to make for the election of all the
ticket and everyone of its nominees. Let
none of ns be driven from his allegance
to the party; let none forget that we have
a common enemy to fight ; and let us, so
far as ourEepublican relationships are con
cerned, give something of real, hearty
significance to what, in Democratic par
lance is merely an insincere and empty
phrase, and " let by-gones be by-gones."
A FT EH hanging around and livine on the boun
ty Of Jones for weeks in San Francisdo ami i-on-
stantly dogging him for enough coin to buy a
handful of type on which to print s little one
horse campaign paner. and failing tn it the.
editor of the New Appeal (for hash) went to the
Railroad Ring, was accommodated, and now. as
per contract, ftmmorts Sve. Rinfr caniiilHt
the raited States Senate. Firjinia Chmictr.
vt e have been expecting something of
this sort from some one of the profession
al blackguards whose foul tongues and
heap and obscene pens are kept for hire
to the highest bidder and who, until
their present scandal lnongering engage
ment is ended, will continue, (in an over-
zealous way which, so far as it has any
effect, is damiging and degrading to their
employers) to m ike a showing of earn
WHAT OUR CONTEMPORARIES
In our " salad days, when we were
green ia judgment," and when our na
tive modesty forbade our repetition of the
compliments which, here and there, by
kindly friends were bestowed npon us,
we used to paste such pleasant and reas
suring flatteries in our scrap book, and
thus hide them from the rude gaze of an
unsympathetic world; but with the accum
ulating worklliness and growing selfish
ness of age and the gradual rubbing off
of the more dedicate touches of our bur
thensome diffidence, we have come to re
gard such notices as the following in the
light of professional stock-in-trade, and,
therefore fit matters for serving up upon
the table whereon we presume to spread
our daily dishes of editorial cookery.
Here, now, is what the gentle and father
ly patriarch who presides over that fa
mous sheet, the Reno Crescent, says of us
and to ns.
New Paper Harry Mighels has revived his
wra paper in carson city, under tne name or the
New Appeal. We certainlv wish him the best
possible future. He is capable, energetic and
honest, but at times a little too iwoulsive. The
warmth of his friendship sometimes leads him in
to extravagances, errors of the head rather than
or tne heart. Think twice, Harry, when you
speak once, and your words shall be like apples
of gold in dishes of silver.
GROCERIE8, PROVISIONS AND LIQUORS.
X. D. CHAKBEEUS. . .J. E. CHENEY H. S. MASON
MASON. CHENEY & CO.,
Office and Salesroom Penrod Block, corner of
Carson and Telegraph streets:
Warehouse Corner of Plaza and Muaser streets.
DUUMS AND MEDICINES.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
OLKSALE AND RETAIL. DEAL-
Flour and Feed,
Paints and Oils,
Blasting and Sporting Powder
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.
F"We have the largest and best Fire-nroof
Warehouse in the State, and are prepared to re
ceive Grain and General Merchandise on STOR
AGE at all tunes, and to make CASH ADVANCES
on the same.
Goods delivered free of charge in all parts of
iik cny aim in any pan ox ine surrounding coun
try. 1-tf MASON, CHENEY k CO.
PAINTS, OILS. TOILET ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS,
Etc , Etc, Etc.
wares of their shamelessness bv
flinging wanton slanders upon the repu
tations of such as choose, from honest
motives of their own, to declare a prefer
ence for some other candidate than Mr.
Jones; and while we might, by forcing an
assumption, and by affecting to believe
that the emission of these libels is sanc
tioned by him, make a showing of just
indignation and thereupon proceed to
visit upon him the retort which would
thus be made to seem his own well merit-
ted penalty; and while the foregoing
coarse and willful preversions of our per
sonal relations with that gentleman and
our more recent political relations with
Governor If ye are not calculated to in
duce a change in our Senatorial pref
erences, we have too much respect for
John P. Jones not to feel assured that if
called upon to notice this vile fellow's
falsehoods he would not hesitate for one
moment to make public the truth con
cerning our mutual transactions and in
doing it refute so much thereof as relates
to what strictly personal and private
matters may have passed between him
and the editor of the Appeal; and that
there would be, as there can be in truth,
nothing shown which either he or our
selves need hesitate to acknowledge. We
are glad, indeed, that this opportunity
has been offered us to say this much con
cerning these matters; for with those
whose opinions are worth having, what
we have herein stated will place us right
with regard to certain glib slanders which
have got circulation of late and which ac
cording to Mr. Jones' statement made to
us on Saturday last, he himself has been
just and honoable enough to take the
pains to silence and deny. In relation
to the other charge of being "A King or
gan " we have simply to say that if the
Chronirte is a specimen of public journal
ism whose distinguishing traits show it
to be something else beside " a King or
gan ' we shall be glad to have the Appeal
known by that harmless title for it is
evident that upon these terms, that to be
an Anti Ring organ is to be an incredible
and shameless slanderer.
Now, while our veteran friend thus
pours his generous benedictions on our
young and inexperienced head, our Dem
cratic contemporary, the Eureka Sentinei,
in its issue of the 12th instant talks in
the following kindly strain:
The New Daily Appeal. This is the title of
Harry Mighels' new paper, the lirst issue of
which has just reached us. It is a very neat
specimen, and its columns bear unmistakable
evidences of the neculiar ffeniu of its editor.
We welcome the new sheet, and congratulate our
Carson friends npon its being established at the
Capital. Though politically it is in our estima
tion all wrona-. still if we must have ReDublican.
ism advocated in Nevada, we like it in its most
pungent form. Politically, we pray for Mighels'
extermination. Personally and financially, we
hope he will live a thousand years and grow
richer every day.
And here is what our friends of the
Elko Independent are pleased to say of us:
New Cabsoh Apbxal. The first number of this
paper is on our table. It is a daily, pres
ents a neat typographical appearance, is filled
with live reading matter and is published by
that prince of newspaper men. Henrv R. Mizh-
els. Terms, (11 per year. To our Benulican
friends who want a paper from the State Capital
advocating the peculiar claims of that party, we
say subscribe for the New Daily Appeal. We
wish Harry success.
Now if we can only justify these too
generous estimates of our capacities and
deservings we shall be able to give our
readers as good a local paper as they are
entitled to. Meantime our kindly con-
tempraries will accept our very warm
thanks for the hearty welcome they have
given us upon our renewal of the relations
of older davs.
J. R. SCOTT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
WTXES, CIGARS, Etc
CARSON STREET. CARSON CITY.
GROCER I E S
PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS
Faints nrj Oils
Corner Carson and louseer St.,
CARSON Cin, NEVADA
O. 3E WILLIS
HAS rOXSTAYTlT IN STORE AT
his place of business, corner of :aRS
ana KING streets, a full and complete assortment
of everythins pertaining to a first -class Drug
store: and keeps, in their season, all choice va
Field and Carden Seeds
Patent Medicines and Perfumery
Of all of which goods fresh supplies are beinn
X- B Particular attention paid to the com
At all hours of the day and night.
IVA continuation of past favors U solicited.
O. P. WILLIS.
DRUGS I DRUGS I DRUGS I
c. F. COLTON,
DRUGGIST & 4P0THEOR Y
Pending the building of the Ormsbv House,
B. Fred Brooks, the well-known and popular
dealer in books, stationery, musical instruments,
guns, Dishing tackle, toys, cigars, tobacco, jew
elry and fancy goods, has removed to Millard's
store, next door to Bail's hardware store, oppo
site to his old stand. si
Fresh and Pare as
IX CAKSOX CITY,
CORNER OP KING AXD ORMSBT STREETS.
rilHC .DEB$IED ROPES TO
X succeed in sustaining the reputation of his
Place oi Business as tne tavonte family grocery
v" ciiwuhj keeping a lull supply
of all choice kinds of
Staple Gntfrin, Canned Goods, PaU
sen aiean, srine oils, rare
Wines, etc., etc
Besides all kinds of WOODEN" AXD WILLOW.
WARE, TINWARE, etc., etc.
CALL AXD SEE ME.
R- 17. nMTEBL
X. B. Goods delivered in all parts of the city
auu neignournooa. ltf
(iEO. 1. FRYER
WHOLESALE DEALEB IX
Sparkling Dew ! Liquors and Cigars
Manufactured every day of the best
CANTY fc WAGNER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONERS,
S 107 Montgosneryr Street,
WASHOE COCXTT FOR NYE.
Governor Xye was informed by tele
graph from Keno, yesterday, to the fol
lowing effect: " We have met the enemy
and they are ours. Victory complete,
o halfway work here." We look for sim
ilar gratifying results in other parts of
the State, showing that this steadfast
and ever faithful friend and advocate of
Bepnblican principles has not been ut
terly repudiated by the party which he
so materially assisted in placing upon its
present firm and enduring foundation.
ApoLoomcsjL. Wondering why we
had failed to receive the Reese Kiver
UtreiUe we took the pains to look at onr
Exchange list and we found thereby that
onr mailing clerk had failed to enter the
name of that excellent local newspaper
npon onr book. We trmst that this expla
nation will be deemed sufficient by the
conductors of that paper.
Pibsohal. Congressman sTmUII and
E. F. Bean, Esq. of the Ftrgtma Chromck,
called upon us Saturday; and we yester
day had the pleasure of a visit from Mr.
Cohen, business wan of the Enterprise
and Brother Perkins onr very worthy but
deeply infatuated State Printer.
THE ATTEXTION OF THE TRADE
is called to our immense assortment of Can
dies and other goods suitable for the
And warranted to keep in all climates.
Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Ordm
from the interior promptly and carefully at
tended to. seH-'im
CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R.
fS AXD AFTER MOXDAV, AFRO.
. mz, trains will leave lie no as loiiows:
Overland Passenger Train for Wadsworth,
Winnemucca, Carlin. Toano, Ogden and East,
1110 A. M.
Overland Freight and Accomodation Train for
Ogden and East, $25 A. If.
Overland Passenger Train for Marysville, Bed
ding (for Oregon), Sacramento, Lathrop, Uerced
(for Tosemite), Tipton (for Los Angeles), and
San Francisco, 2:10 A. M.
Overland Freight and Accommodation Train
for San Francisco, 12 5 A. M.
. N. TOWNE, T. H. GOODMAN,
Oenl. 8npt. 6. F. and Tkt Agt.
CARSOH STREET, CARSON CITT
(Melt door south of A. B. Driesbach's warehouse)
A CENT FOR THE FOIxLOWLXG CEL.
ebrated brands of
Which he constantly keens on hand
SOT k CO.'S "National," "Capitol." "Senate."
"ConKress," "Cabinet,". "AAA Eve."
LLOYD ft CO "Kentucky." -Bourbun.'' "
JESSE MOORE.S celebrated Whisky.
M Also, the celebrated
"Blue Crass" Whiskies
In cases or bulk; also, keeps on hand the finest
G.4Jt I CAHIvM.
GEO. D. FRYER.
1-tf Liquor Dealer.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEAL.
If er in
Fancy and Toilet Articles,
Oils, Brushes, Soaps,
Pure Wines and Liquors
For Medicinal lse.
Just received, a tine assortment of THE Bl
FREXCH AXD ESCLISH
Call and Eianiac It.
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY-
THE CTVDERSIGXED WILL GIVE
his personal attention tocompoundiiu; phy
sicians' prescriptions and dispensing medicine
and having had more than THIRTY YEARS ex
perience as an apothecary, is confident that he
can give satisfaction.
SPreSCEIFTKHM COMPOl-KDFI) AT ALL Hoi-R
tf c r. COLTON.
INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
HAS COMPLIED WITH THE L1TCW
of the State of Nevada, reumruu: a ,l
A GRAND BALL
wru. as nta by
WASHOE TRIBE NO. 4.
' rMTBOVED ORDER OF RED MEN,
AT AIMIIT IAU, WASIOE CITT,
On TnesaUy- Evening-, Sept, .'
TICKETS (includidc Supper) FIVE DOLLARS.
A r-aeral invitation is extended. a!4 td
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mEA THE BEST 0,1'ALTTl' OF TEA
JL m tne market.
' T. BEER fc rmo.,
Empire City, - . . Xevuda
Make a specialty of choice brands of
FINE JAPAN TEA
FINE JAPAN TEA
FINE JAPAN TEA
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TE A
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA
1111-1111 FINEST GUNPOWDER iiiiiiii
ITT r FINEST GUNPOWDER I Trr T
TXT FINEST GUNPOWDER ttt
Trr FINEST GUNPOWDER ttt
N. H. Mr. Joseph Beer, who hss bad a Ism
experience in some of tne meat extensive Tea
importing houses in London and New York, will
hare charge of this department.
aVONLY tha ana ai.liln PRinKR. will t
demanded. T. BEER BRO
Butchers and General Merchants.
Empire Citj, Sept. 9, 1072. 1-tf
Sonne! Bnainesa roasldmtioaa
the Imperial Should tie Preferred :
First It was eatabliahAd n ifiutsi -...I .1. .
oldest FIRE Insurance Company represented in
v uitcu i i an ii
Second It has S RUbacrihed eanil.l nf Ctt iM-i
Oi. of which t3.oO0.D00 is Pain up in Gold, "with
iunneraccummulated assets of F2.il,015, mak
ing it at once the Strongest and Richest Fire I.
surance Company in the World.
Third This Coxpaxx does a Fire Business
Exclnslvelv. snd n,nn- itf it u.4B anu
to be diverted for Lira or mahtvi lossi-s. as is tlu
case with all other English (tnrriw r.....
sented on this coast.
Fourth This Comnanv's losses at CHTrtin
were less than one huxureb thocsavo nnu'.w
and have been paid in full, dollah for dollik
FALKNER, BELL k CO.,
General AKents for Pacific Coast.
430 California street, San Francisco.
RICE & PETERS,
Agents, Carson City.
RICE & PETERS,
(Office with Wells, Fanto ft Co., CARSON ST..
yiyTIX PURCHASE AXD SELL
STRICTLY ON COMMISSION
Mining Storks and other Securities dealt in bv
the San Francisco Stock snd Exchange Board.
Advances made on approved stuck and
Carson. Sept. 6, 18TJ. l.tf
JOHN C. FOX, .
Carson Street, opposite the Canital.
BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE,
WATCHES and JEWELRYY
Jnnc-jr Goods, i :t.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS
a complete assortment of all kinds of so
lium, sposmao apt-abatcs and shelf goods.
W Eastern papers and Magazines received
daily. Agent for all the weeklies and Dalies of
the Pacific Coast. 1-tf JOHN G. FOX.
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