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CABSOXt TIMDATi ill tSEFT. IT REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For President of tlie United States, riilSSEH fc. GRANT, of Illinois. For Vice President, IIEXHY WlliSOX, of Masmcnsetts. LET NOTHING DEPRIVE THE RE. PWBLICAN XOMIVKES FRO.V A FOX PARTV VOTE. "It is glorious to have a giant's strength," etc., and we trust that such as may be enabled to hold extraordinary power within the Republican party in this State will be careful to avoid such a display thereof as may, while giving full sway and force to factions, offend the minority and thereby risk enough defec tion to cause disaster and defeat. We do not mean by this to threaten revolt or justify bolting ; for we can conceive of nothing that is likely to be done by a majority of this party which could force us to a renunciation of onr allegiance or to palliate desertions by others. Eepub lim domination, even when that means the monopolization by an opposing fac tion of all the power and places within the range of party action is, under all terms that are likely to be exacted, better than the mildest and least offensive form of ' Democratic rule. Worse than the worst Republicanism is the best of the most excellent features of Democracy. Moreover no man's individual claims are worth considering against the success of the national, State and Legislative tickets. It must be remembered that something besides the election of a Sen ator will devolve upon the next Legisla ture; that we owe it to the State itself that she be once more ranged in line un der the banner of Republicanism' and that we have no right to risk the election of our Congressional nominee, onr candi date for Supreme Judge and our nomi nee for State Printer in order that we may be revenged upon those who defeat ed us at the primaries, even though, as m the case of the recent election (as is very earnestly charged and quite gen c rally believed) flagrant frauds were im- the early death 'of this undertaking. This, of course ia an underhand attempt to discourage business men from dealing with lis an unmanly and insidious way of attacking what these critics of ours hate and fear. Now while we are not overladen with coin we do assure these busybodies that the Appeal has pros pects of living long and vigorously and of surviving all the political coyotes who are yelping at it and attempting to un dermine its new but well fixed founda tions. We have tried the capacities of Carson in other days and we know too, that its business men, the greater part of whom are Republicans, cannot be fright ened from giving us all we ask for and that is a fair chance of showing whether or no we can, by hard work, sustain our- self as against our competitor in the race. Of course we cannot sncceed if we are not patronized by the business men of the city ; but we shall be patron ized; all that the wiseacres and belly achers of the Greeley squad can do or devise against us to the contrary not withstanding. If we can't succeed in spite of all they can do we want to fail; for if they can injure us with the Repub licans of Carson it is time to abandon the field. We invite them to do their worst whether they advance by stealthy ap proaches against our lines in back offices or on the curbstones or while abusing the courtesy of those whose shops and stores they invade and the open hospitality of which they impose upon and abuse. NO VEGETABLE DIET FOR THEM. THE PROSPECT IN MINNESOTA. The mail presented us with the familiar face of our old friend, the Minneapolis Tribune, yesterday; and by that very ex cellent and reliable medium of political and general news we learn of the utter emptiness of the predictions and promises made by our Democratic contemporaries as to " the pending revolution " in the West. Says the Tribune: The Democrat in this State are jnst beginning to realize the immense majority they have to overcome, and instead of claiming only 10.000 against them as they did a few weeks ago they begin to concede 20,000, and some of them even more than that. This is a bigger thing than they bargained for. and it is not strange that many Minnesota Liberals are returning to the Repub lican fold. This leads us to remark that in the very inception of this Liberal movement, when Schnrz first Ket ont on liiti hirmn- posed upon the party and thereby the real droming expedition throughout the West majority of those who had a right to vote and South, stirrin g dissensions and pre- when Doolittle ran as the Liberal Repub lican candidate for Governor of Wiscon- ""uc "I'pear uauiiae minority ,;,, to snrino hi onr,;, ; of the Republican party in this precinct. the Administration, and in the nmZ , d can ana ougnc to "attard to. burr out of sight the hatchet of private griefs and i diu nuii .1--, imrun inuuaij ucicaitru uv But while thus counseling acquiescence Cait Washbumeil and follow vn .! ft, It . 1 at . I " of" oi un ou me part oi mose dastardlv attempt of the coDnerheads and who have been disappointed, we counsel -.hi to hlcfcen rl. rhrt f rnose woo nave secured to themselves the nTCrT,r w; i, carnage ground to Ho all within their power bv . majority of fifteen thonsand-a onin . mny irritation, ignore laetionand pro- m year8 of moTe thjm thirteen thon- We are informed by letter from a prom inent gentleman of Belmont, Nye Coun ty, that the Greeley Democratic County Convention of that County was held on the 12th inst., and resulted in the nomin ation of the following ticket: For State Senator, Harry Newton; For Assembly, . McDonald, Frank Bradley; For Sher iff, J. M. Caldwell; For Recorder, Dick j O'Malley; District Attomey.Frank Owen For Assessor, Tom Morgan; For Survey or, George Ernst; For Public Admistra- tor, Jacob Connell; For County Commis sioners, R. Lazard, A. Bradley, Thomas Ellison. Mullen, Senator for Xye County, whose term expires on the 1st of January next, a prominent Democrat and leader of the party heretofore, was a candidate for Sheriff, J. Stow for Recorder, and W. J oropny lor county Clem. -Mullen was President of the Convention, and when about half through with its labors, be coming disgusted with the tricks played upon Stow, Brophy and himself, made them a scathing, bitter speech of denunciation, accusing them of fraud, treachery and subornation for coin, with drew from the Convention, bid its mem- bars and the party a political farewell, and said he and his friends had cut loose from the rotten old carcase of the Greeley Democracy and should vote for Grant & Wilson. He then left the Convention, followed by Stow and Brophy. The ticket nominated is reported as being the weakest that could well be made. It is asserted that the Republican party will carry that connty with ease, from the disaffection of the leading Pemocrats and the unpopularitv of the ticket. This county it will be remembered has usually given a Democratic majority for State officers, but in local officers they have gone men in preference fo party. We opine they have heard from North Caro lina, Vermont, and Maine, and like sen sible rats, are deserting the sinking ship before, it is too late. Men like Mullen never could live on snc-h food as beets, turnips and cabbage. There is too little nutriment for healthy brains and sound hearts. Gentlemen we welcome you, you are but the vanguard of the thonsands who will come to our lines liefore the 5th of November next. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS AKD LIQUORS. It. D. CHAXBEBLTN.. .J. X. CHENEY. . ...H. S. MASON MASON, CHENEY & CO., Office and Salesroom Penrod Block, corner of Carson and Telegraph streets: Warehouse Corner of Plaza and Musser streets. CARSON CITY, NEVADA. note harmony. We need something more than acquiescence; we need some thing more positive and effective than a recognition of the binding force of cau cuses and primary meetings; we need en- 'rgJ'. party spirit and enthusiasm. This is not a Jones party nor a Nye party nor a Blasdel party; and there is no justice in any arrangement which looks to the sand Republican votes! This, let it be borne in mind, was in the teeth of Schurz's harangues to his German friends; in spite of the defection of Dana and Palmer and Sumner and their fellow soreheads, and in vindication of a platform wherein President Grant was explicitly endorsed and unequivocally recocnized as the richtfnl nd faithful .uunuxi oi ,ue party s oounry Py any head of the Republican party. Indeed, '-"iuw ru'r3 Kuliucu uponinaivmual the issne was miule . Minnesota then supremacy for we know no chiefs until we are mere clansman; can acknowledge no leaders until we give over the right of a free exercise of our honest preferences. Furthermore let as counsel such as may t ' - . . . le" OI oisappointment Here tb,e Legislature una eisewuere: liememoer tnat anvmsin- (we refer to the election of last year) and the purport and political significance of the election which replaced Austin in the Gubernatorial chair and ensured an overwhelming Republican majority in was as unmistakable meeting of the issue which now, in an- .umctisoi umairnesstmrt may be given other fonu U Ufore the peoide of that A, 1 a -m j-, , .. . I "J "tmocraw ana ureeleyites wno state. Minnesota ia a rf th i""ltuu " OI cnagnn over irreg- starns of tlie and crowina northwest tilaritieg that may have occurred at the toils, and by reason of which the true voice of the party was suppressed, that all such showings of indignation are as sumed and uttered in order to cast a fire brand within our ranks. Disappoint these mischief makers by giving no heed to what they may say; teach copperheads uiij deserters that within the soil of the Republican camp there is no place that the seeds of discord, sowed by the ene mies of this party, can ever be made to take root. Forbearance upon the one hand and a considerate generosity upon the other will allay all irritations imd consolidate the party for a final and decisive overthrow of the common enemy, and neither she nor any one of her sisters will give any hope or comfort or consolation or assurance of a life beyond the grave to those dying and delirious remnants of the fossiliferous age in poli tics, the Possumated Democracy! THE soldiers' and cowextiox. SAILORS' THE JIEA.V A.D niDCRIUND TRICKS OP CERTAIN EXEJHIES OP THE APPEAL. As we have learned, incidentally, it is the habit of certain mean fellows who cherish the hope that the Appeal will not succeed, to get in squads about the placet of business of men who advertise, and talk in an owlish way of our chances of bucevss predicting with oracular tone The boys in blue and the brave tars who held up Uncle Sam's flag so long and so gallantly the - men who represent those who fought under Grant and Far- ragut and not those whose patriotism va ried with the size of the bounties they received, and who got sick and ad journed to the wagon trains and the cock pit when tbe battle came on ; these fire- tried survivers of the war of the rebel lion! will meet in Convention in Pitts burg to-day, and we may be sure that they wont bellyache about letting by gones be by-gones. Good luck to 'em! Special Teal. We believe that ar rangements have been made for a special train over the .V. A T. R. B. to convey the Delegates to the State convention which is to assemble at Reno on to-mor row, the 13th lnsti HON. f. W. KEXD.Uk This distinguished Representative of Nevada, in the lower Hnse of Congress, made our town a nymg visit yesterday and was met with a cordial reception from his hosts of friends in this place, who, when taking him by the hand, were ready to declare: " Well done, thou good and faithful servant! ' Mr. Kendall is the first Representa tive the people of this State have ever had in congress. 1 he other gentlemen who have here tofore played the role of Senator and Representa tive have sinipiy been corporation attorneys and ring servants. It is not surprising, therefore. mas ine people re.ioice to nnd one man, at least, who is above the blandishments and seductive charms of corrupting gold. Register This does not quite fill the record; for the very interesting and important state ment is omitted that "Mr. Kendall is the first Representative the people of this State ever had in Congress" who was hired to accept the nomination to that pfliee as is a well known fact. It will be remembered that Kendall had but just signified his intention of declining the nomination when he was suddenly filled with the spirit of acceptance; and instead of withdrawing his name from the ticket he branched out, coin in pocket, and took the stump. It was stated then and not denied that the inducements which made Mr. Kendall willing to run were furnished him by a then prominent Democratic candidate and the Democratic State Cen tnd Committee. We infer that he had no notion of being elected and certainly nobody else had any such a notion and that if he must run "just to keep the or ganization together " he must be paid for tiis time end trouble. A very wise and pruaent conclusion: Wab Club. We are in receipt of a copy of Bro. Stidger's San Juan 11 ar Club. As is to be expected with 0. P. Stidger as its aditor, the Club is doing big things in putting an unmistakable und permanent head upon the Democracy and their Liberal allies. More power to him! WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEAL era in Crocerfes, Provisions, Flour and Feed, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Paints and Oils, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc. i ?"We have the largest 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 make CASH ADVANCES on the same. Goods delivered free of eharxe in all parts of the city and in any part of the surrounding country. l-tr MASOX. CHENEY k CO. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, -TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS, Etc., Etc, Etc J. R. SCOTT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BRANDY. WHISKY, WTXES, CIGARS, Etc CARSON STREET. CARSON CITT. 1-tf UF. WILLIS Dispensing Chemist, TTAS fOXSTAXTlT IX STORK AT M 1 his pla; of business, corner of CARsuN and KING stret ts. a full and complete assortment of everything pertaining to a nrst-class Liru Store; and keeps, in their season, all choice va rieties of Field and Garden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which goods fresh supplies are beiii'i received daily. N. B. Particular attention paid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTIONS At all hours of the day and ninht. nJf continuation of past favors is solicited. 1-tf o. p. wtixih. JACOB .TOBBLU CEALEB IK GROCERIES AXD PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Faints and. Oils ALSO, CENTLESrIEN'S Furnishing Goods Corner Carson and Maiarr Sta., CARSON CITT, NEVADA this m-xr amily Grocery IS CAESOS CITY, COKSEE OF KTNO AXD OEMSBT STREETS. fllHE rDERSl(iED HOPES TO M succeed in sustaining the reputation of his place of business as the favorite family grocery ui me piace oy consramjy seeping m lull supply of all choice kinds of Staple Groceries, C anned Goods, Pot ted Meat. Fine Oils, Pure Wines, etc, etc Besides all kinds of WOODEN AND WI1X0W WAKE, TINWARE, etc.. etc. CALL AND SEE ME. B. FOSTER. N. B. Goods delivered in all parts of the city and neighborhood. 1-tf E O. IK FRYER WHOLESALE DEALER IX Liquors and Cigars Xoa. -4 and C.t CARSON STREET, CARSON CITT (Next door south of A. B. Drirsbach's warehouse) IS Pending the building of the Ormsbv House, B. Fred Brooks, the well-known and popular dealer in books, stationery, n-nsical instruments, guns, fiishjng tackle, toys, cigars, tobacco, jew elry and fancy goods, has removed to Millard's stcre, next door to RaiTd hardware store, oppo site to his old stand. sU A GRAND BALL WILL BC GITZS BT WASHOE TRIBE NO. 4, IMPROVED 0EDE3 OF BED MEN, AT ARMORY RAIL, WASHOE CITT, On Tmwadajr Evening, Sept. 4. TICKETS (incrodidg Supper) FIVE DOLLARS. A funeral inritatioa is esteaded. - U-td , OEM FOR THE FOLLOWING CEI rated brands of IES Which he constantly keeps on hand : SUIT A CO.'S "National" " "Capitol," "Senate." "Oonfrress." "Cabinet.". "AAA Kve." LLOYD k CO "kentuckv," "Bourbon." " JESSE MOOKE.S celebrated Whisky. OOLUEX SHEAF WHISKY. Also, the celebrated "Blue Crass" Whiskies -A-lo and Porter In cases or bulk; also, keeps on hand the finest brands or drugs: drugs: drugs: C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST &JP0THEC.4RV W HOLES ALE AXD RETAIL DEAL- er ri Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Garden Seeds, Ctc., Etc. ALSO, Pure Wines and Liquors For Medicinal le. PERPUME11V. Just received, a line assortment of THE BEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH PERFUMERY C all and Eumiu It. DRUGGIST . (X)LTOX, AND APOTHECARY THE IVDERSHiNED WILL f.IVK his personal attention to compounding Phy sicians' prescriptions and disiensinK medicine. ana navinn Had more than THIRTY YEAKS ex perience as an apothecary, is conndmt that he can give satisfaction. PBESCKIPTIONS COMFOCSDED AT ALL Horn, l-tf C. F. COLTON. THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON HAS COMPLIED WITH THE LAWS of the State of Nevada. reouirmi a de posit of ws-o,ooo.- CIGARS 1-tf I CASKS GEO. D. FRYER, Liquor Dealer. TTTTTTTTXTTT TT T TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTT TTTTTT TT T TEA THE BEST QUALITY OF TEA in the market. T. HKKB fc I J HO., TOmiitre City, - - - Nevada Make a specialty of choice brands of FINE JAPAN TEA FINE JAPAN TEA FINE JAPAN TEA ENGLISH BltEAKFAST TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA rtUTtif FINEST GUNPOWDER TTT T FINEST GUNPOWDElt X TTT FINEST GUNPOWltER TTT ' FINEST GUNPOWDER SoTTnd Bnsinrs Considerations whi ttle Imperial Should be Preferred: First It was established n and i th oldest FIRE Insurance Company represented in me l nueu males. Second It has a subscribed canital iif R OiTrt . 000. of hich fJ.500.oK) is padj rr in Gold, with lunuer accnnimuisteu assets of fi, 16.015, mak ing ft at once the Strongest and Richest 1 ire In surance Company in the World. Third This Compact does a Fire Bnslnen Elrlnaively, and none of ils assets an- liable to be diverted for life or makixe losses, as is th ease with all other English Companies repre sented on this coast. Fourth This Compsny's loss. 9 at CHICAGO Were less than ONE HTN'DRED THorSANT DOI.LAK. and have been paid in full, dollae for irillah FALKNF-il. BELL k CO.. General Atf. nts fur Pacific Coast. 400 California street, San FraiKi-o. 1-tf RICE & PETERS, Ajrenta, Carson City. .H.J. PETERS TTT TTT TTT N. B. Mr. Joseph Beer, who has had a large experience in some of the most extensive Tea importitts houses in London and New York, will have charge of this dertlnciit. yOKtir the most reasonable PRICES will be demanded. - T. BEER a BRO., Batchers and General Merchants. Empire City, Sept. 8, 1874. 1-lf RICE & PETERS, Stoclt - 33rolx.cns (Office with Wells, Fargo ft Co., CARSON ST. CARSON CITY.) "Y-ILL PURCHASE AXD SELL STRICTLY ON COMMISSION Mininc Stocks and other Securities dealt in bv tbe San Francisco Stock and Excham-e Board. tt" Advances made on approveu stock and other securities. Carson. Sept. 6, 1S72. l-tf JOHN C. FOX, Carson Street, opposite the Capital, DF.AI.EB IN BCOXS, CURRENT LITERATURE, PIAJfOS, WATCHES and JEWELRY, Fancy Goods, I Otf. THIS ESTABLISHMENT COXTAI.XS a complete assortment of all kinds of o tioks. spouting apparatus and shelf goods. K Eastern papers and Magazines received daily. Agent fur all the weeklies and Dalio of the i'acinc Coast. l-tf JOHN . FOX.