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POLITICAL. I tUOJil WetlMlstBDAYt t tSKPT. IS , ABOUT UEATHEK. have antne-Jobs on mongrel pelta. And have the hands to do them ; Our Grant will neatly carry them, And Wilson wax It to them ! The chopper up at Chappaqna M ay go on with hi planning : Well let htm furnish all the bark. But Orant will do the tanning ! Tbe thin-skinned chaps will uppers make, The tough old bides the nether : - The bolting sorehead crowd will do ' For nothing bat split leather. The "later franklin , a statesman, sage. Philoaophar and fain". - - Retired in cool and ran. hades. As days grow long and warmer, m milk the gentle butternut That graae round with bell on. And pan out butter sweet for Grata To spread his watermelon ; And tell the world how shoe-pegs grow. Or modes of smelting leather. Tits Tkottinq Mabes. The celebrated morea Goldsmith Maid and Lucy, says lie lu-no Journal, passed through here u yesterday morning for California. We Sa l the following description of "equine luxury on wheels" in the Cleveland . Ohi") Utratd : " Bndd Doble has con structed a palace car for the transporta tion of his famous trotters. Goldsmith Maid and Lucy. It is painted in a hand- manner, and bears upon its side the inst-ription, Budd Coble's Spe--ik1 Car," Upon entering the car you stop into a small outer apartment in -which is lounge and other articles ot lurmrare. ij. ning a door npon one side, yon enter tilt? main portion of the car devoted to t lut horses. Here are four stalls, the sides f ach being thickly padded with hair, ;md corereo with enameled cloth. The center of the car is devoted to trunks, chests, hay, etc. At either end i the car, on the roof is a tank, each -npabl of holding eighty gallons of wa twr. Underneath the center of the car is a cnp-wions box with doors, in which the ni.tres pass in and ont of the car. The cir is famished with the m.st improved puhertger car tracks, as adopted by the IVfisyhanht . Railroad; also with the A ttingaaua air brace. xae enure L-neth of the car is fifrv feet, and of the uj-bhI width of passenger cars. This car is to take the mares to California. -Kb Hops'. ' -Failing to find anything e-noonragiDg m the election returns along tht Atlantic 6hore, from Maine to North 'taoiina, the Democratic managers have I Uen thrir figure-head's advice, to Go West." They axe now working upon Illi nois and Indiana. Their newspaper col umns are full of congratulations upon the -ntanty improving prospects in the States which are not reporting returns of rttoent election. It is astonishing, the lt-morratic migration that must have ta ken vdaee to Illinois and Indiana from Maine. Khode Island, Connecticut, West Virginia and North Carolina! We fear thM to tro west will not save tne canse. Iu fate is written, Ephesntns II: 12. R?i Pine A'eum. POLITICAL ANXIH NrEMEXTS. FOR CSVSITYUSESSOR. Jp. wumc Axsmrsctsst m m at If as a candidate for the office of eMor of Onnsby coonty, sabjset to the action f the Republics County Ounventitm. aliMd CANDIES! CANDIES! Freest 4.aaire al ' Sparkling Dew! Manufactured every day of tba hast ' 1 h h i.esale asd retail ooxfecthvsers, Ne. lOT MMtcaanenr "Street, Sam Krasiclaco. ' alHtt ATTEXTIOJI OF THK TUB! ta railed to our immense aaaortment of Can u.l and other goods auitable for the HOLIDAYS, And warranted to keep to all climates. , iliies LOW and TERMS LIBEBAX. Orders fran the tertemr promptly and carefully at tended to. sels-3aB SAZERAC RESTAURANT! Tjoig ing . noi:st ...... I mcr aT Practssr maiat Cauwoxt Street. WALKER k JOHKSO!!.. ....... .PBOPRIETORS rilHUt 1M " THK MOST , COXPLBTE JL ami oouunooiouS' ' CHOP. HOUSE in Carson City: and ita kitchen la presided OM by the best cooks in the State. , ELEIJUfT ACCWMMUTKIalS FBR FAMILIES. gyjumittir Lodging arrangetnenta have lately twa added to thai astahliab meat. i-tf ww. B. josofanv. TAKE WABtlttfl. fTVHK T. ak T. B. m. COMPACT are I. anuoos to take due precaution against arci-(i-oita aud loss of life rHaalUns from mnnfng of t ir traina ; aav) they take this method of warn ing parenta and aurdiana against the dangem a.t-ndiug the loo common practice of children piling aKsit thtiir caraand liicoiaotLTas. Thoss bvitig in charge the business of the Company t.ud is tmpnssflla tn ntswcaDB boys, who fnv j i -nt the termini and e pping places at the road tiOui eltnibual upon the can and engines ; and tliey will feet themselves obtiged to resort to more .tenided uaiasuMs if these annoyances an eontinued. Bf vm aoridentw, whseh are wholly ahabletotheaarrl sannnof persona jumping on and off the can when, in motion, should be warning enough in themselves. l-f H. M. lEBISGTOIT, Supt. FURnlSXED KZM TO LET. 1 yXTlXKir DaaflaUW SUSQANT f vpsrtmenta can be sccnmmoclated by apply ing at Uus udwe lauaWiately. 1-U i "Th Nrw Cabsos Appeal " is de signed to fill a vacancy caused by the premature death of ita elder brother, and give to the citizens of Ormsby county and the neighborhood north and south of us a itepnbhean newspaper: Yet it is also to be understood that its publication was begun with the deliberate plans and intentions of its projector to make it one of the permanent business institutions of the State. Our terms of subscription are as fol lows: Delivered by Carrier in Carson 50c per week Sent bv mail, one year f 12 On Bent by mail, aix months 60 Sent by mail, three months .4 00 All papers sent by mail must be paid for i advance. Persons desiring the Appeal sent to their address will understand that the corx must accompanv their orders. The carrier is under instructions to col lect of Carson subscribers every week. and to stop delivering the paper to per sons who are not sufficiently solvent to enable him to carry out this rule. Our advertising rates will be found at the head of the first column on the first page. We shall feel under many obligations to our menus (political and personal) throughout the State, if they will not only subscribe for the Appeal on the terms a hove set forth, but interest them selves in getting their neighbors to do likewise. We shall endeavor to inculcate the true faith: rebuke political sin and wicked ness; exhort the erring to turn from their evil courses ere election day shall come. and they shall say ' there is no pleasure m it; encourage the faithful; summon the steadfast to "rally 'round the flag;" and, while doing this, to neglect none of the business interests of the place; and, if possible, to gather np and sow broadcast, in pleasing and sncculent grains, snch matters of local interest, and such "trivial, fond records as youth and ooservation cherish here. We solicit contributions from all parts ol rteYifcia and tne raerne coast. BTSIXESg DIRKCTOKT. A. B. Drisbach, South Canon street. Mason, Cheney k Oo Penrod block, Carson and Telegraph street. B. F. K.rst.-r. King and Ormsby street. Jacob Tobriner, Carnon and Musser streets. T. Beer t ro Empire. Markets. Eagle Market, Carson and Proctor streets Mai Rinckel proprietor. City Meat Market, Sing street John P. Metier proprietor. . - Pry Caada. Olcorioh Bros., Carson and Fourth streets. Sbeyer k. Morria, Carson street, adjoining Wells, iargo Co. - Ctstategw Joe Boaenstock, Canon and If osser streets. Kopple k Piatt, Canon and Third atnvta. Liquors (Whaleulr). Geo. D. Fryer. South Carson street. J. B. Scott, Carson street, between Sing and atosser. FVwIta. E. Ferasich, Canonstreet. next door to theater. - Dracslsts, O. P. Willis. Canon and King streets. C. F. Col ion, Carson street, opposite the Cap itol. - . Teas T. Beer A Co., Knpb-e City. ' - Watches nna. Jewelry. John G. Fox. Canon street, opposite the Cap itol. . Chaa. w. Friend. Canon street, btlaxjau Sine and Musser. Rife k Peters, with Wells A Fargo, Canon street. t-'i r :.. Imperial Insunnee' Companr. of London- Bice k Peten ayenU. Office with Wells, Fargo Co. , i . Bank of California. C street, Virginia City. tnr Oift Concert, authorised by Jaw. for the ben efit of tbe State Insane Asylum. 1. I Blanch ard. Managrr. Virginia City. John i. Kersey, agent, Carson. uvery Mtnauas. , , , J. K. Beaton. Canon street, Mhoslte "Wells, Fargo A Co. Mci identsl Stable. Winnie s; David. Canon and Musser Streets. t - Restatwrasits and lisidirlaigs. Saserac Bestaurant, corner Canon and Proctor streets. Hotels,, Ormsby House. Carson and Second streets B. H. Mcdf r k en proprietors. fit. Charles Hotel, comer Carson and Third streets Geo. Tony proprietor. warm bonnes Hotel, on unpire turnptse, one and one-half miles east of Carson L. Tawha pelle proprietor. sjuemsia. c Theater Saloon, Voore A Parker ; Carson Thea ter building. Bank Exchange Saloon. Sweeney's building. Eing streeS-i-R. R. Brown pnprietor. . Old Sszerac Sakwn, Canon street, nest to Ormsby House Lewi k Thornton proprietors. Magnolia Saloon. County Building, Canon street Gage k May proprietors. t J. A. Scott, Canon street. Daley's Exchange. C. Ureet. Virginia City C. H. Bal-y proprietor. ; Palace Saloon. Worth O. street, Virginia City l mser a Bavpararpronnston.,, JBtaijre Uses. Canon City and Virginia ladd t Billings omce in 8t. Charles Hotel. - f Genoa and Silver UonuntniD Luther Olds proprietor office at Wells, Fargo & Go, s Agency. J. D. Kersey agent . Attwanys. ' T. D. E4 wards office in fciweeney'a building. King street. If n Its ' ' John G. Tax, Carson street. Chas. W. Friend. Carson street. PltTsJclaau. Tr."I. A. Barrick, slnnswrnsHilst . Omce la County Binioing. Virginia and Trockee Bailroad Company. Of fice, north of the Mint, on Canun street. Ssiiwe. , Penis Peek, prof eadonsl sick nurse. Wautta, . gitnatloa wanted. Apply at Jtnaex'i Hotel. Adopted at 0 Kpanlunn SaHimal Cimvtmtitn, ml The Republican psrtv of the United States, aa. armbled in a National Convention. In the city of Philadelphia, on June 6 and 6, 1812, again de clares ita faith, appeals to Its history, and an nounces its position upon the questions before tbe country. 1. During eleven yean of its supremacy, it has accepted, with grand courage, the solemn duties oi tne times. It suppressed s gigantic reDeuion; emancipated 4,ono,oduof slaves: decreed the equal citizenship of all, and established universal suf frage. Exhibiting unparalleled magnanimity, it uaa criminally puniauea no man xor pouucai ot fenses, and warmly welcomed all who proved their loyalty by obeying the laws and dealing justly with their neighbors. It has steadily de creased with a firm hand the resultant disorden of the great w -nd initiated a wise policy to ward the Indian Tbe Pacific Bailroad and sim ilar vast enterp- . have been generously aided and successfully jonducted; the public land free ly gtvtn to actual settlers; immigration encour aged and protected, and a full acknowledgment of naturalized citizens' rights secured from Euro pean powers. A uniform national currency has been provided, repudiation frowned down, the national credit austained under the most extra ordinary buTdena, and new bonds negotisted at lower rates; the revenues have been carefully col lected and honestly applied. Despite the annual large reductions of ntes of taxation, tne public debt has been reduced during General Grant's Presidency at the rate of flUU.0uO.iluU a year; a great financial cricis has been avoided, and peace aud plenty prevail throughout the land. Men acing foreign dimiculties nave Deen peacefully and honombly compromised, and the honor and power of the nation kept in high respect through out the world. This glorious record of the past is the party's bust pledge for the future. We be lieve that the people will not entrust the Gov ernment to any party or combination of men composed of those who chief y have resisted every step ox this benincial progrese. x. iAmpiete liberty and exact equality in tne the enjoyment of all civil, political and public rvrbts should be established and eff-ctually main tained throughout the I' nion by efficient and ap propriate State and Federal li gislution; neither law nor ita administration should admit of any diserimination in respect to citizens by reason of race, creed, color, or previous condition or servr tude. :i. The recent amendments to the National Con stitution should be cordially sustained because they are right, and not merely tolerated lxvause they are law, and should be carried out according to their spirit by appropriate legislation, the en forcement of wiiicn can be sately trusted only to the p-trty that secured those amendments. 4. The National Government should seek to maintain an honorable peace with all nations, pitecting ita citixens everywhere, and syuipa tbyzing with all people who strive for greater liberty. S. Any system of civil service under which the subordinate positions of the Government are con sidered rewards for mere party seal, is fatally de moralizing, and we therefore favor a system by laws wnu-n soall acoiisu tne evils ot patronage and make honestv, efficiency and fidelity essen tial qualifications for public position, without practically creating a lile tenure of othce. 6. We are opposed to further grants of public lands to corporations and monopolies, and de mand that the national domain be set apart for free homes fur the people. 7. Tbe annual revenue, after paying current debts, should furnish a modinte balance for tbe reduction of the principal: and revenue, except eoch as msy be derived from s tax on tobacco and liquon, be raised by duties on importations, the duties on which should be so adjusted as to aid in securing remunerative wages to the la borer, and promote the industries, growth and prosperity of the whole caintry. 8. We hold in undying honor the soidien and sailors whose valor saved the I" nion: tbeirpen inons are a sacred debt of tbe nation, and the widows and orphans of those who died for their country an entitled to the earn of a generous anil grateful people, vie ravor such aoditioual legislation as will extend the bounty of thii Gov ernment to all our soldiers and sailors who were honorablv discharged, and who in tbe line of duty became disabled, without regard to length of service or cause of auch discharge. 9. The dictrine of Great Britain and other Euro pean powers concerning allegiance once a sub ject always a subject having at last, through the efforts of the Bepnblicsn party, been aban doned, and the Amen, an idea of the individual's right to transfer his allegiance having been ac cepted by European nationa, ft is the duty of our Government to guard with jesloas ran the rights of our adopted citizens sgaiust the assumption of unautnoruea claims by uuor former govern ments, ana we urge continual ana carei m encour agement and protection to voluntary immigration. 10. The franking privilege ought to be abol ished, and the way prepared for a speedy reduc tion in the rates of postage. 11. Among the aw stums which press for atten tion, is that which concerns the relations of capital and labor, and the Bepublican party re cognize the duty of so shaping legislation a secure full protection and the amplest field for capital: and for Uhor, the creator of capital, the largest opportunities and a just share of mutual profits of these two great servants of civilization. II. We hold that Congress and the President have only fulfilled an imperative duty in their messturesfarthesnppresshajiof violent and trea sonable organizations ia eartain lately rebellious regions, and for the protection of the ballot box; and. therefore, they are entitled to the thanks of the nation. - 13. We denounce the repudiation of the public debt in any form or disguise, as a national crime. We witness with pride the reduction of the prin cipal of the debt, and of the ntes of intereat on the balance, and confidently expect that onr ex cellent national currency will be perfected by a speedy resumption of specie payments. 14. Tbe Bepublican party is mindful of its ob ligations to the loyal women of America for their noble devotion to the cause of freedom ; their admission to the wider fields of tuef ullneas is re ceived with satisfaction, and the honest de mands, of sny class of citizens for additional rights should be treated with respectful cotavid e ration. 15. We heartil v approve of the action of Con gress in extending amnesty to those lately in re bellion, and rejoice in the growth of peace and fraternal feeling throughout the tana. 16. The Bepublican party propose to respeet the rights reserved by the people to themselves as carefully as the powers delegated by them to the State and to the Federal Government. It disapproves of the resort to unconstitutional laws for the purpose of removing evils by inter ference with the rights not surrendered by the people to neither tbe State or National Govern ment. 17. It is the dutv of the General Government to adopt such measures ss will tend to encourage American commerce and shipbuilding. 18. We believe that tbe modest patriotism, the earnest purpose, sound judgment, practical wis- aom, incorruptible mtegniy anu illustrious serv ices of Ftvsses S. Grant have commended him to the hearts of the American people, and, with him at onr bead, we start to-day on a new march to victory. i RESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CON FECTIONS, ETC., ETC. T 1st vtmKwiastca mas on maho and is dally receiving ths OTioloe Frultef Frectbest Vtweta Me, Ilest of Conlootioii, And like desirable and reasonable goods, and keeps the Burr AaaoarraiKKT brought to the Car- H. 11. Orders promptly filled and delivered as r directions. E. 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KIGHELS, Proprietor Maw Appeal, UNION REPUBLICAN STATE CEN TRAL COMMITTEE AT A MEETING OF THE UNION REPUB lican State Central Committee, held in this City on SATURDAY, July 27, 1872, the following business was transacted : Boohed, That a State Convention of the Union Republican party be held at Reno on Wednesday, the 25th of September next, at 12 o'clock v.. to nominate three Presidential Elccton, one Mem ber of Congress, one Justice of the Supreme Court, and one Slate Printer, and the transaction of such other business as shall properly come be fore said Convention. Retobted, That each county be entitled to one delegate at large, one for each 100 votes, and one for each fraction over 50 votes cast for Alfred Helm, elected Clerk of the Supreme Court at ths general election of 1870. Resolved, That in accordance with the resolu tion of the last Republican State Convention, the various County Central Committees, so far aa the same zn&y be practicable, be advised to cause the primary elections to be conducted as follows : First In each election precinct clubs shall be organized, the members of which shall vote at the headquarters of the club for delegates to the County and State Conventions. Second No person shall vote who is not a member of the club ; and in every precinct where there is a Registry Agent he shall also be a voter registered for the ensuing election. Third That the test for club membership re quired of voters shall be : Will you support the rt-gular Republican ticket at the next election National, State and County and the Republican platform adopted at Philadelphia, and such fur ther test as the respective County Committees may prescribe ? Kesolerd, That it is the sense of this committee that s contest at the primary elections between the candidates for United States Senator should be avoided, and that in order to avoid such con test, a plan should be devised by which the voten at the general election may have an opportunity of expressing their preference for United States Senator on their ballots, and thai the membre elected to the Legisltture shall be considered in structed in accordance with such preference, and we recommend this subject to the attintion of the various County Central Committees. Delegates are apportioned to the several Colin- til's as follows : Chun-hill 1 Douglas 3 Esmeralda 3 Elko 7 Humboldt 4 Lyon S Lander 7 Lincoln 4 Nve 4 Ormsby Storey Wan hoe White Pine . .W ..10 Total C. C. BATTERMAN, Chairman. Geo. A. Kiko, Secretary. PROCEEDINGS OF THE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF ORMS BY COUNTY. AT A MKKTLXG OF THK mEPUB lican County Central Committee of Ormsby County, held at Carson, September 10, 1872, the following proceedings were had: Retolotd, That the time for holding Primaries for the election of Delegates to the State and County Conventions, be Saturday. Hcplembrr 14, at, to.wit: Tbe Theatre, in Carson, from 1 to 6 S o'clock. P. x., and at tho Post office Building, in Empire, from 1 to 4, and from 6 to 8 o'clock. r.at., and that the apportionments be as follows: For mate Cem-rentiera i Caruon Township 4 Empire 2 Total For Ceaaraty Co-aveatUo-a i Carson Township .......15 Empire t Total 21 Rewired, That tbe County Convention assem ble at tbe District Court room, ia Canon, on the 19th iiist, at 11 o'clock, a. at., for the pur pose of nominating one State Senator: three As semblymen; District Attorney; Sheriff; County Clerk; County Treasurer; County Recorder; Coun ty Assessor; County Surveyor; Supermtendent of Public schools; Public Administrator; two Coun ty Conimrsni oners (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 such other busi ness as shall properly come before the Conven tion. Resofred, That all persons participating in said primaries shall be subject to the following test: That I am. or will be s qualified elector at the coming Presidential election; that I will then vote for the electors of Orant and Wilson, and that I have not voted at any other primary elec tion in this Slate this year. BetoUed, That B. H. Header. Lewis Doron and H. H. Beace, are appointed Judges for Carson Township, sad James Morris, Adain Welter and John Bichey. for Empire. slS-td A. J. LOTKWOOD. Chairman. EQUALIZATION. . TkTOTICE IS HEREBT GIVE THAT A. v I have this day received from the Assessor of Ormsby County the Assessment Boll for 1872, and that the Board of County Commissioners will meet at my office in the County Buildings. on Monday the 16th day of September, 1872, as a Board of Equalization, and continue in session from time to time ss required by law, until the business of equalization is disposed of. T. J. Enwaans, Comity Clerk, and Clerk of said Board. September 11, 1872. slj-tf Detsauaee MiaUasr Cobb mat at v TVoti-.. The first annual meeting of the stockholders of the Defiance Mining Company will be held at the omce of the Secretary, in Carson City, oa Monday the 14tb day of October, 1872, at 1 o'clock r. at. for the purpose of electing Tree, tees, to serve the ensuing year. B ' order uf tbe Trustees. ISAAC MeCONNtXL. Sept 12 liO, bucretary.