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CIMOSl WKBMWDATi rSBPT. V WCPUBUCAM NOMINATIONS. Far President cf the United SUtes. ULYSSES S. GRAKT, r -..o Hot Vic President, - HENBY WILSON, of Taacuse:tS- soMETHTXG COXCERXIXii A 5 .i' BAD CISTOM. ' VERY We do not prsnm. Jto be the Heritor of the Republican press of Nev:idu we are t xj self -conscious of Ix in" an old offender for that but we do desire to say a littl something, before we, too, get hot and pugna.-ious on somebody's side, as we are apt toVsomething by way of protest against the too prevalent custom of pa pers in favor of this or that candidate so heaping abuse upon the objects of their opposition as to make them appear abso lutely unworthy the support and conti nence of any party. Here for instance is our neighbor the Entrprift, berating our good friend Governor Nye as if he were a very freebooter of a politician and a bloat ed money ba-, e.tej up by tie canker of corruptiDn and degraded into the condi tion of a servile and mercenary tool. Now this, it strikes us, is neither wise nor courteous nor fair nor good party tactics. In the first place Nye is one of the most simple hearted and unsuspecting of men a million times more sinned ag;iiiisl than sinning; an old gentleman who h.is preserved, in a wonderful degree the sun ny heartfollne and guilelessness of youth; a poor man whom no railroad i r bank has ever put in the possession of a dollar; who never voted one penny nor one foot of land to the Paciac Railways: whose note to be good in any bank would have to be accompanied by ampUnml undoubted collat ra's; whj is too care- less of his wallet to be either eorrupt or avaricious; who has warm friends who can be offended; and who has displayed the ' very best and most unvarying mural uourage in standing by the advanced prin ciples of the Republican party. Xow while this is so, and while it is neither good taste nor yood judgement to blacken his name and cart aspersions upou his motives, what might we gain in his, Nye's, favor -if we were to assert ihut Mr, Jones had made his peace with the Rail way people; that he and the monopolists whom his supporters decry so vigorously had consented in his behalf to take their aands od'ot this fight; and that he stood ready to .be accessory before the fact, which maj-oectir two years hence, of Mr. Stewarts reelection? Suppose we were to indulge in-such an absurd and prepos terous strain as this, what good would it do? Would it not, rather, do hanu? We bear in mind, all the tima, the possibility that MK Jones (who is certainly a very capable gentleman) may be the nominee f a Republican Legislative caucus; or if not that, a Republican Senator from this State; and being so reminded, we do not propose to declare, in advance, that he is not fit to he seated On the floor of the Senate of the United States, or that he is a hunibng, a demagogue or a pretender. We think that oar Republican contempo raries who are battling for Mr. Jones should bt considerate enough to reflect that it is not altogether impossible that Mr. Xye may, either by the next Legisla ture or two years hence be returned to the Senate. Certainly our friends of the press do not want to place themselves in an attitude where they must either retract their animadversions trpon the Governor or boldly bolt him after lie has been ac cepted as the choice of the party. At any rate, it is quite certain that we shall not dig such an impassible gulf between hon est men and John P. Jones. We are not in Mr. Jones' confidence nor are we favorable to his election over Senator Nye; and while we do not pro pose to attempt his defease or his advo cacy (and he would seem, just now, to need none of our services, nor, indeed the help of any one, so unvexed by ob stacles seems the current of his success we shall not attempt to brand him as a political outlaw as his journalistic friends have branded Governor Xye; and yet, at the same time, we do most earnestly protest against the constant tone of un kindness " and misrepresentation" with which Xye's candidacy is treated by Mr. J alien special organs. J.ye if a gentle man; he is one of the oldest and most famous members of the Republican par ty; he is second to no Senator in popu larity 'amongst his peers; and he is quite as much entitled to respect as Mr Jones or any 'other man who has concluded to compete with him for the place which he now holds-; and we do most earnestly be- are , ; . ; n stive that it would be a serious loss to the Senate', if he should fail of a reelection. f But let us not provoke new irritation;1 jai us not widen any narrow crevices of difference into the bridge-lessjgnlf s of fac tious, impassable strife; but let us rather, auopt me tone ana tactics ot a generous rivalry, which, being over and ended by the terms of a decision arrived at within the party and for the party's good, leaves each one of ns Republicans uncompro niised and free to? award to the winner of our party s laurels the respect due to a worthy and justly honored victor. THE REPl'BLrCAX COHCGRESSIOXAI. xosixx vriox. a ; : t In the Hvtaly-btiiry ; of the Senatorial struggle the question of who shall be nominated for Congress upon the Repub lican ticket nasi escaped the more special attention of the party; and yet, this is one of the most important matters with which we have to leal; and the conven tion caunit bs too careful in selecting fhe nomir.ee for that position. There are many incidental things which go to make up a strong candidacy; and amongst these are "geography" and avocation as well as personal fitness, political sound- ss and individual popularity. The name of Hon. C. C. G jo dwin of Eureka, Lander eonnty, has leen mentioned in connection with this nomination, and we can call to mind no member of our party who comes nearer tilling the requirements rented above. Mr. Goodwin is a citizen of the eastern part of the State, whence, y custom and common consent, our Congressmen have always lieen selected. He is an accomplished gentleman both in the low ani in the higher branches of literature; he is deeply interested in min ing; ne is a man ot lrruproacnaule cnara? ser and habits; he is one of the soundest Republicans living, and he enjoys an en viable degree of personal popularity. If he will consent to take the nomination wo see no good reason why he should not have it awarded him by acclamation. IS THERE NO IIOXOK AJIOXG POLITIC AI. BVSHIVHAt'KEKS! " It is a dirty bird that befouls its own nest;" and it is a no less unclean spirit which actuates a party organ to proclaim the shauieicssnsss of its fellow partisans. It is no doubt a fact that there were too many Democratic bummers ready and willing to be bought and sold and ped dled to and fro as cheap political com modities on Saturday' "last; but while, as is believed, tlie Etyudcr winked at, if, in deed it did not sanction such low and shameless intentioii.y it is a most mean and contemptible thing for that paper to publish to the world the disgusting deg- r.idati n of the rank and aleof the nartr through whose favor its conductor hopes to receive the nomination for State Prin ter. Is he a Democratic editor in good standing who thus, for the sake of inflict ing an injury upon the Republican party, publishes to the world a statement in terms, that his ' fellow Democrats are ready to sell themselves, for hire, to the Republican politicians? Call you this backing your friends? - la this specimen brick of Democratic campaign tactics? -'" "i " ' - -T a KATTVS BORN IMHMAE- LITE SHOIL.U ACE 6REELET. ' SCPPORT BOB. First, because of his natural propensity to get the political mnUigrnhs if he fails while running a Republican hebdomadal in Illinois to induce the President to give him a small sized Postoffice; and second ly, because it is natural for all turncoats to flock around the same trough wherein is served up the daily rations of stewed pumpkins and batttermilk; and, thirdly. because Grant always did make it hot for all bounty jumpers, and never trusted those bolting and half-way hangers-on who followed the Union army so long as they could make money by swindling the soldiers, and who deserted to the enemy when they thought they could make any money by doing so; and, fourthly, . ba- cause it is impossible for weak-kneed, tremulous trimmer who wants to earn Democratic approval by abusing Grant and Wilson and is afraid of offending his Republican patrons if he makes a manly showing of his principles, to' carry water on both shonldera as ureeJey does, and as Brown might if his load wasn't so much diluted with strychnine whisky. - 'Ptxchoweb having heard somebody re mark, en joke, that Horace Greeley was likely to get into the Khite House, has revisited the climpses Of the moon, in his welt known luny wit, and announces himself through the Virginia Chronicle as an independent and incoherent Candi date for Congress. - He thinks that if Greeley can be elected his own chances -good. Well; he is about right. - 1 Oub Shock JafcpoBTs. It will be no iced that; we are now publishing thet morning as well as our usual evening report olM the transactions of the San Francisco -Stock -and Exchange Board, but the forenoon reports, as well. This involves a considerable, amount of addi tional labor iu our office, but the intelli gent thus furnished will doubtless' be of enough interest to our readers to warrant the continuance of their publication. Peruling-the building of the Ornisbv House, B. Fred Brooks, the well-known and popular doaler in books, stationery, musical instruments, guns, fiiuhmg. tackle, toys, cigars, tobacco, jew elry and fancy goods, has removed to Millard's store, next door to Rail's hardware store, oppo site" to Iris old stand.' sit Xew To-day. NOTICE. rflHERK WILL BE A MEETFVG OF X Scotchmen and suns and grandsons of Scotchmen, on Thursday evening. September 19, at 8 o'clock p. M ., in the Court House, to take into consideration the formation of a St.' An drews Society. All who are qualified are invited to attend. sls-td J. E. XADD. B. E. KELLY. LADD & KELLY, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS. OFFICE l , Rosenstorlt's Store, County Build's. CARSON CITT. NEVADA. it AGENTS FOB THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFER FOR SALE: HOUSES, LOTS LIXBER. FOR KENT: STOKES, DWELLINGS, OFFICES, L.ODGEVUS. if01 Also have connected - OUR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 3i 2: PERSONS DESIROUS OF FTXDrSG SIT. I I'ATIOXS CAX EE ACCOMMODATED, MISCEIXASEOVS ADVERTlSEilETS. A. B. DRIESBACH CARSON STREET. - CARSON CITT TIEALEB I.N' CEXERAL JIERCHAX JLW FLOUR AND FEED, WINES, LIQUORS, PORTER AND ALE Hardware, Tinware CROCKERY. PLOWS, MOWERS AND REAPERS i o w r i : it A.?n fuse Wall Paper, Doors and Windows, Window Class, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes,; California Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement, ' " ' '! J " Plasterers' Hair, EtC, etc .,,: , I have as larae stock of (rood, as anr house in the Trade, aod am prepared to furnish by Wholesale and Retail Even article above mentioned. 7Goods delivered free of charge. 1-tf 1- 'A. B. DRIESBACH. WAXTED SITUATION A . KITI A tiaa m housekeeper, -or to do general housework in a private family. The best of references given. Apply at Uuller's Hotel. l--lm GROCERIES, PROVISIONS AND LIQUORS. K. D. CHAMBEBUS.i E. CHIXEY.. ...Hi S. MASON MASON; CHENEY & CO., Office and Salesroom Penrod Block, corner of Carson and Telegraph streets; Warehouse earner of Plaza and ttusser streets. , CARSON CITY, KEVACA. HOLES ALE AKO RETAIL, DEAL ers in Groceries, Provisions, Flour and Feed, Hardware, Tinware, " Crockery, Classware, Cutlery, . ., Paints and Oil, Blasting and Sporting Powder Shot, Fuse, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc. 7"We have the largest and best Fire-proof Warehouse in the state, and are prepared to re ceive Grain and General Morrhstidie 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- trv. 1-tf MASON, CHENEY CO. J. R. SCOTT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BRANDY, WHISKY, WINES, CIGARS, Etc CAESOS STREET, CARSON CITT. 1-tf JACOB TOBKIAEK DKALEB rX GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, WINES AND LIQUORS WALL PAPER, Paints tzi.ca. Oils ALSO, GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods Corner Carson and Slusser St., CARSOfi CITY,- - NEVADA 1-tf Family Grocery IX CAESOX CITY, COKKI OF KINO AND OEMSBY STEEETS. rTIHE rDERIED HOPES TO M. .succeed in sustaining the lepntalion of his plat-e of business as the favorite family grot-try of the piaoe by cunstautly keeping a full supulr oi ail caoice ainas m Staple emeerin, Canned Goods, PM cea sirats, rin una, rare nlsnt ete., etc. Besides all kinds of WOODEN AND WILLOW. WARE, TINWARE, etc.. etc. B. F. FOSTER. X . B. Goods delivered in ail parts of the city ana neiguooraooa,? - - l-tr V d Tl 17' Tf V B7 Yl i -BE VT ir, X R, JL Mil MM, I . WHOLESALE DSAUB Dt . Liquors and Cigars CARSON STREET,- CARSON CITY (Next door south of A. B. Driesbaeh's warehouse) A GEXT FOR THE POIXOWIXG CEE- ebrated brands of I 2 S Which he constantly keeps on hand: SUIT k CO.'S "National." Capitol." "Senate. "Ooncress." "Cabint t.'. -AAA Eve." ijiaixv a iaj --aeniw ay, "rjonroon. JESSE MO0BE.8 celebrated Whisky. GOLDEN SHEAF WHISKY. : -' Avo, the otdebrated AND Alo oxx.L Ioxrtoi In cases or bulk; also, keeps on hand the hnest ... brands of CIGARH IX CAHEH , GEO. D. FRYER, LlquoT Dealer. TTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTlTTTrTTT , TT - TTTT TT T TTTT T TTTT TTTT . i . . TTTT , TTTT TTTTTT rfVEA THE BEST HCAUTT OF TEA in the market. T. UKEB JSc BBO, Umpire City, ... Xevada Hake a specialty of choice brands of FINE APAN TEA- J r FLNB JAPAN TEA' FIXE JAPAN TEA ' v. ENGLISH BUEAKl'AST TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA lli'l'lir . FINEST GUNPOWDER llll'll TTT r FINEST GUNPOWDER T TTT rrr , , KIN EST GUNPOWDER -. TTT m . FINEST GUNPOWDER . , TXT N. B. Mr. Joseph Beer, who has had a large experience in some of the most extensive Tea- lmportuig houses in London snd Mew aork, will have charge of this department. KTONLY the most reasonable PRICES will be demanded. - T. BEER k BRO., . - Bntehen and General Uerchanta. Empire City. Sept. 9, 1872. 1-tf DRAGS AND MEDICIXE3.!? . DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY", SUPZRiOICHEMiCALS, Etc , Etc., Etc o. Dispensing Chemist. H AS COSTATLY IX STORE AT his plH e of business, corn of CARSON ana ivINit streets, a lull aud complete assortim-ut of fwry.biiig ivrtaiuiuy to a first-class Irug Storf: and kef ps, in thvir season, all choice va rieties of Field and Garden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which goods fresh surmli's arebcinjr received daily. N. E. Particular attention paid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTION. At all hours of the day and nifjht. uA continuation of past luvors is solicited. 1-tf O. P. TCTTXIS. drugs: drugs: drugs: C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST &JP0THEC1RY fHOI.ESALE AD RETAIL DEAL' er in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Carden Seeds, Etc., Etc. ALSO, Pure Wines and Liquors For Medicinal Ise. PEItPCMEnY. Just ivoivt-il. a fine assortment of THE BEST l iUJ.SCH AN'L ENGLISH EDE5ri J? U MERY Call and Examine It. ". I-' . UI.T), AND APOTHECARY DRUGGIST THE ITVDERSICiN'ED M II.I. GTYK his personal attention tu cotnpouudini; phy sicians' prt-s-Tiit'otis aad uiijix-liiUM nwlit iiies. and having had uii.rc thn THIRTV 'EAKji-i-pwrience as an apotbt-cary. is coundt-nt that be ' can tfivi- satifat-hon. y Pkescbiptioiis CoxpomoooAT ajx Horss . 1-tf 0. . IVLTON. THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON -f As C-OMPUED WITH THE LAWS II of the btate of Nevada, requiring a d- pusit ox B7'85O,00O.-S Sound Business Con at derations whr thm Imperial Khauld be Pnferresft First It was estsblished n 1807. and is the oldest FIRE Insurance Company represented in the United States. Second It has a subscribed caoital of S8.O00.. 000. of whiih J-i,500.0i0 is pa in it in Gold, with further sccumiuulatixl assets of J2.216.015, mak ing it at once the Strongest and Richest Fin In surance Company in the World. Third This Oowpakv dok a Fire- Bnslsivoa Eselnsively, and none of its assets are liable to be diverted for life or marine hisses, as is the case with axi. other English Companies ivon- sented on this coast. Fourth This Companv's Vismw at CHICAGO were less than owe HuyiBEi thotsand dollaba, and have been paid in full, dollab fob dollab. ALKNEK. BKLL A CO., General Agents for Paeitic Coast, 430 California street, San Francisco. RICE & PETERS," 1-tf Airents, t'arsatn City. . r. BICE U.J. PETUtt RICE & PETERS, StoolL-Bros.er8 , (Office with Wells, Fargo k Co., CARSON 8T-. CAKSU CITY.) "yWjTTLJ, : PURCHASE 1 AND 8RLL ' 8TEICTLT OX COMMISSION Mining Stocks and other Securities dealt in by the Baa Fnunisco Stock and Exchange Board. y"Advani''S made on approved stock sod I other securities. Carson, Sept. 6, 1872. . 1-tf JOHN C. FOX, Canon Street, opposite the Capital. DEAL.EB TS BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE, PI A3V0 8) WATCHES and JEWELRY, Fancy "Goods, XZto ' . f THIS EKTARLJSII.'HEN'T CONTAINS , a complete assortment of all kinds of mo . Tt.jNB, spoBTiHa ai'Pabatus and shelf goods. S d Eastern papers ahd Magazines received dailv. -Agent fur all the weeklies snd Dalies of the Pacific Coast. 1-tf JOHN G. FOX.