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THE SEW DULY APPEAL.
CARSON l FRIDAY: t l I (SEPT. 20 MIXIXG STOCK REPORT. Reported daily, specially for the New Appeal, by Rice & PKr.-in-s, N.oek Brokers, in Wells, Fargo & Co's ofliee, Carson. MOBNTNG REPORT. 135 Ophir 7,-t. 77. 7J, "I. 73, 76 b3u, 75 b.10, 7.1 V 5.J J4 bJ. 253 GoulJJc Curry Ami, miH, 195 bit), 19) s3, l'JJ s30, l'JJ. 1.18 b 1J. 197 "4 b3 I. ISi Sw?e H i, 117, 115, 114V;,li7M0. !:." Chollar 5, W, i7, B5;4. 105 Hale ic Xorc'ss.SU, 79. 20 Crown Point ...1A, 12G. til) Yellow Jacket .luit, 1"9, 1C8!. 405 Imperial :. WO. 300 Empire .S5. 230 11 & Belcher 7, e;j, 18 Kentuek 250. M", 240. JO Alpha 41,41 sJ, 41V;. ?l5 Belcher 11M, 105 UW, 102,102!.;, 103 b:S0. jiffl Con Virginia. ..SI, 52, 51, 53 W0, 51 1 5r. 53 Contidenec 8V 315 Sierra Nevada .17!, 17, 17!. 1-10 Dauey 1. a) Exchequer Hi. 25 S,g Belcher ...SO. 0 Overman 15, G4, CG b30, C4li. :0 Justis W'i, 50 Suecor a v., 520 Julia S). 5'i. 32o Calidonia J3, 33 X, 34.35,34 b30. 35 b a). 34. 34 !. Knickerbocker .liij, S, 6. 150 Giobe 1. flHO Baltimore 2';.2Vi. S00 B<'c Am'n ...2L,. 175 Central 11. ini, 10V, lo. 1S5 Silver Hill 74,7, 7 '4. ' ' 420 tv-uator 1 Vj, IX) Woooville 34. a(K) Insurance 3. 27i. EVEMSII REPORT. IK0 Meadow Ty...:i7i. 28. 2. 2S7;. 29 lest. 29 b.", 2S '.. bj, 2a V, 2S blO, 19 bJo, 2M M0. ITS Ra.V!ndxF.ly...l72, 171. 171. 171 M, 170, 172 bJO, 173 bJO, lo, 172 hi W0, 172 n. 30 Eureka Con -Mis,, 21 b3U. 200 Phu-nix 4',. 150 Plot-he 23 4, 23 S3. 425 W toni( reole..4 v. .Tot) Lillian Hall ...90 eta. 65)) Iugoinar 21, 21. 25 Ondor J. 300 Belmont HSi. 8h,, 8i Mil, 8, 8 bS. 00 Star Cen 55c. 930 Chief Hill 11. 10, 9, fl'i bJO, 9V; M it'-i. US, lo b".9i. 150 Mc'ing Bird 1',. IH. HO Newark 0, 6V,3?,, 6'4, 6 b'.SO, 200 Ionise 5c. a ArkmoM 3. 3 Si. AW CE Extension. .4. 4 b30. 150 Alps IS. Page I'i,,3,i.3', bTO, 3"4 b3. 30 F.xcelsior 14. 210 Flag lrt s3, IS. 17'.;, 18 H bJO. 470 Bowerv 1',, 1. 505 H k Hunt 5 5"., o'i b30, 5!. 400 Chapman IS, 1. 100 Pea Vine 9 e. 600 Pioche Went ...3, 4, 4Vj. loo Spring Moun't.lV 2oU Plot Fho'x...5 biO, S b30. 20 Bellevuc J. 20 CedarUrg 7 W. 00 Chariott 10. 9S. 30 Ida Kllmore ...l.i't- Iwl Mahogany Hi. 150 Mmnetiota 35r. COO Umpire 3. 115 Treasure 5. R',, 5. 1 V. . J. HAMILTON, I It T .... . UOTEL ARRIVALS. OR31SBT BOUSE B. H. XEDER 4 SOS PROPRIETORS. K B McMahon ti P Ilandall Mr Eccles W H ThompaonH N Stahl A W Pray f X Lambert Owens liavis ST. CHARLES HOTEL OEO. TUFLT PROPRIETOR. M M. Donald H Neil T C Kelley M Arnold K Y lit illy F. H Eriekson T Rowland A Dangberg C II Taykr. P Babus J 51 Short JBarl AJSmi.h Miss WieklemK Lnve I Mulrein ) K Stanipley C C Bills L M Buel E jf Thompsim J Widb. r A M L'oii A Iiiinjb ry GW Snaph SI r.bhs PROCEEDINGS OF 1HE REPUBLICAN CONVtNlluN OF OiiMSSY COUdTY ! HELD IN CARSOX CITV SEPTEM BER 19, M i. Morning Session. Convention met at the District Court room at half-pu.st 11 o'clock ready for business. A. J. Loc?kwoocl, Chairman of the County Central Committee, took the Chair and made a few opening remarks urging the Convention to put none but the best men on the ticket. He said he was a candidate, but if they could add strength to the ticket by leaving him out to do so by all means. He counseled delegates to lay aside person:d prefer ence and to look only to the best interest of the party, and put a ticket in the field composed of the best men in the county; such a ticket as all Republicans could and would support. Hj now called the convention to order, and announced that it was ready to proceed to business. Mr. Tobriner nominated J. J. Linn as temporary Chairman. The motion pre vailed and Mr. Linn took the Chair, thanking the Convention for the honor, etc., and announced the first business in order was the appointing of a temporary Secretary. Tne nomination of Mr. Greenlaw, prevailed, and the Convention then agreed upon the following comniit- tjes the mem hers of which were appoint ed by the Chair: Committee on Credentials Messrs. Elrod, Hoover and Tobriner. On Resolutions Messrs. Hamilton, Stadtmuller and Dunning. On Permanent Organization Messrs. Goodwin, Gibson arid tiillson. On Order of Business Messrs. Parker, Benton and Hough. The convention now took a recess un til 2 o'clock. Afternoon gaanleax. At 2 o'clock the Convention re-assembled and proceeded to business: The Committee on Credentials reported the following nimed gentlemen as enti tled to seats: To the President of the Republican County Convention, held this l'Jth day of September, 1012, in Carson Citv: lour Committee on Credentials would most re spectfully make the following report ot Delegates duly elected to represent their constuents in tnis Convention, lowit: Canton Toieitsklp: E. R. Elrod, J. J. Linn, Wm. Putnam W. J. Hamilton, proxy C C Atherton, James llobiuson H. G. Dunning, J. A. Loveiov, M. I'avker, Jacob Tobriner, Geo. L. Gibson, Win. Elliott George Gilsou, proxy J. M. Benton, L. F. Greenlaw, E. J. Pow ers. Empire Totrnship: F. D. Stadtmuller D. B. Lyman, proxy J. A. Hoover, Adam Welter, Daniel Hough, John Richie, Henry Goodwin Daniel Hough, proxy. Respectlnlly subuutted, Chairman, .1. Tobuinef.; E. R. Elbod, J. A. Hoovku. This report was received and adopted and the committee discharged. The Committee on Resolutions re ported the following resolutions: Hssolved, That each candidate before this convention shall pledge himself to sust;iin the entire Republican ticket, na tional, State, county and township, and to do all in his pjwer to secure the elec tion of each and every nominee thereon; and that each candidate receiving a legis lative nomination, is hereby instructed to vote for the Hon. J. P. Jones for Uni ted States Senator. Ilesolveil, That we, the members of this convention, d.) hereby pledge ourselves, each for himself, to do all iu his power to sustain and elect the ticket which we hall put iu nomination, and as expres sive ot our sentiment regarding the main issue, we hereby signify our full and com plete endorsement of th following, the oncluilmg plank iu the National lLepului- can platform : We believe that the modtest patriotism, the arnest purpose, sound iudfimt nt. pra -li.-al wis dom, incorruptible intejn-ity and illustrious s- rv ices of Ulysses S. (iraul nave comim nded him to the hearts of the American people, and. With him at our head, we start to-day on a new march to victory. llestlved. That while we cordially and fully endeirse the above, we further wish to express our admiration amL estee m of lion, tienrv Wilson ot Massachusetts the esteemed representative of American workingmen and our Candidate for the the Vice Presideucv. Committee ( H. T. Dl XMNT.. Report received and adopted and the committee discharged. liie Committee on Uruer of litis- iness reported the following order of bus iness: Your committer, to whom was referred the regular order of business for thii Convention, would most respcetflly sub mit the following: I . i hat we proceetl to nominate one State Senator. 2. Three Assemblymen. '3. District Attorney. 4. Sheriff. 5. County Clerk. ti. Couuty Treasurer. 7. County Recorder. 8. County Assessor. 9. County Survevor. 10. County Superintendent of Public bcnools. 11. Public Administrator. 12. Two County Commissioners. 13. Two Justices of the Peace. 14. Two Constables. 15. Three Trustees for School Distric Xo. One. 1C. 1 hree Trustees for School District No. Two. 17. iive members of Conntv Central Committee. is nucn otner rmsmess as may come beiore the convention Most respectfully summitted, Carson City, iSebteuiberW, Ifcci. i M. Parker, Committee -'.T. M. Bfxton, (D. Hocoh. Report received and adopted and the committee discharged. The Committee on Permanent Organi zation reported the following us perma nent oaicers ol tlie convention. 10 tne cnairnian ol tne itcpuolican County Convention of Ormsby comity We, your committee appointed on perma nent organization, most respectfully re port ana reeeomuiena mat tlie temporary oaicers oi tnis convention ue ana me hereby declared the permanent officers of the convention. All of which is respect fully submitted, 11. Goodwin, per Committee r H,UH- PlW- Geo. Gillson, I Geo. L. Gibsox. Report received find adopted and the committee discharged. The convention now proceeded to nom inate the officers mentioned in report of the Committee on Regular Order of Bns- m -ss, with the fol. owing result: lor State Senator, A. J. Lockwood; for the Assemblv, D. B. Lyman, Jacob Tobriner, and W. D. Keyser. Nomina tion of District Attorney was passed for the time being. For Sheriff, S. T. Swift: for County Cleik, T. J. Edwards; for Treasurer, H. S. Mason; for Recorder, S. D. King; for Assessor, J. P. Winnie; for Surveyor, Hugo Hochholzer; Super intendent of PuMie Schools, L. S. Green law; for " Public Administrator, J. O. Pierce; for Commissioner, long term, B. H. Meder; for Commissioner, short term, James Morris; for Justice of the Peace, Carson Township, C. A; Wither ereli; for Justice of the Peace, Empire Township, T. A. Hoover; for Constable Carson Township, L. Stern; for Consta ble, Empire Township, . Lang; for School Trustees, District No. 1, C. C. Atherton, C. F. Colton, J. A. Lovejoy; j for School Trustees, jjisrnct jo. 2, was passed on motion, and the Empire i le gation allowed to make the nomination at home, for members of the County Central Committeee, tieorge u. isryant N. D- Chamberlain, J. M. Benton, S. E, lours, Frank MeCollough. The Conven tion now took np the nomination of District Attorney und agreed to mak no nomination for that ofii?e. M ssrs, Lockwood, Tobriner, Lyman, and Me der were called on respectively, and iu a few words endorsed the Resolutions and action of the Convention, and promised to lalmr hard for the success of the who'e ticket. The convention on motion ordered their proceedings published in the New Daily Appeal and adjourned mue tlie. Last Night of Malshe's Acction Sale, The great sale of fancy articles and no tions which has attracted such big crowds to Moore & Parker's Hall for the week past, will be concluded with the ending of this evening's sale. This noti fication should not fail to attract many bidders; for so good a chance to " buy yourself rich is of rare occurrence in Carson. Store for Rest. if store to rent by H. See advertisement F. Rice. POLITICAL ANNOl'NCEMENTS. F03 COUNTYASSESSOR. P. WIXXIE AXXOrXCEH HIM self as a candidate for the oliiee of As- ss,t of ormsby county, pu'eeet to the action ' the ltepublicau County Convention, slo-td J. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMETS. A. B.DRIESBACH CARSON STREET, - CARSON CITY D K AI.ER IV GENERAL, MERC II AX. U1SE, FLOUR AND FEED, WINES, LIQUORS, POSTER AND ALE Hardware, Tinware CROCKERY, PLOWS, MOWERS AND REAPERS I O V I i: 11 -V I FIT Mil Wall Paper, Doors and Windows, Window Class, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes, California Lime, Piaster Paris, Cement, Plasterers' Hair, Etc., Etc. DRY GOOP8 AND CLOTHING. CLOTHING! CLOTHING J. ROSENSTOCK'S ft! ATIII Vf1 COUNTY BUILDING, CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY I AM XOIV OPKXIXG A COX- stoutly rv fiviiiii a tint.' assort im nt oi MEN AND BOYS' Fall and Winter Clotliiiii? ttJDEESS AND Rl'KIXKKH KflTH IN T11K NEWLST STY I.E. "Y a (full I invite particular attention to my stock of and complete) BOYS' SUITS. They are PRETTY, CHEAP and DCRABLE I have also a splendid assortment of HATS AND CAPS "f very Latest Fashion) rURNISHINC GOODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY Trunks, of all Sizes, Maltrosses, IJcd- uinft, etc. MTl havp the best stock of CIGARS, of every known brand, to be found in the state, and in. vite the attention of ronsunn rs thereto. 1-tf JOSEPH ItOSENSTOCK. KOPPEL & PL ATT. RECEIVED A YITE HAVE JlfcT 1 V largo supply of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES And have also on hand Fine Heav-nr Suits, Cnslimrro Nulla, Bruuclrloth Nulls, lints, taps. Ties, rlc, rlc, And a Iar'e supply of RY CI.OTHiNO. which we on.-r lor sale at the very lowest ratis. CALL AND hEE. Carson City. Sept. , IK72. 1-tf MAIHH'S GREAT AUCTION KALE. THE GREAT AUCTION SALE THE GREAT AUCTION SALE THE GREAT AUCTION SALE S;itui'I;i,y .lloo'lliil: Ssilurla,y 3Iornin Saturl:i,y ifloniiiiff SEPT. SEPT. SEPT. 14, 4, 14, AT AT AT IO IO 10 O'CLOCK. O'CLOCK, O'CLOCK, WILL COMMENCE WILL COMMKNCK WILL COMMENCE THIS Til K THE GREAT GREAT GREAT Al'CTION Al'C'TIOM AVCTIOX HALF. MALE NALbi OLCOVICH BROS.. DEALERS in CRY-GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE, ETC. ETC.. THE LATEST AND n EST STYLES and patterns of tu-se staples always on nana. PI ice of business Cornr r of CARSON and roi KTII streets. Carson Citv. llVrui, CASH, and prices to suit the time s. 1-tf OI.COVITCH I11IOS. I have as larsfe a stock of foods as any house in the Trade, and am prepared to furnish by Wholesale and Retail Every article above mentioned. CO is O It o S (0 a ui ui z to o o O 51 a c CI ce a u a h x 2 2 s CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R. jGoods delivered free of charge. 1-tf A. B. DRIE8BACH. CANDIES! CANDIES! Fresh and Pare as Sparkling Dew ! Manufactured every day of the best materials by WHOLES.U.E AND RETAIL CONFECTIONERS, N'o. 107 Montfrnmfrjr Street, San Franrlsco. THE ATTEXTIOX OF THE TRADE is calh-d to our immense asscrtuient of Can dies and other goods suitable for the HOLIDAYS. And warranted to keep in all climates. Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Orders from the interior promptly and carefully .t. tended to. ela-2in AND AFTER MOXDAV. A Pit II, , ls72. Trains will leave lteuo as follows Overland Passcnijer Train for Wadsworth Winminucca, Carliu. Toano, Ogdtn and East, 1:00 A. M. Overland Freight and Accomodation Train for Opden and East, 5:25 A. M. Overland Passenger Train for Marysville, Red ding (for Oregon). Sacramento, Lathrop, M reed (for Yosemiti ), Tipton (for Los Angeles), aud San Fnincisco,2:ll) A. M. Overland Freight and Accommodation Train for San Francisco, 12:45 A. M. A. N. TOW'NE, T. 11. GOODMAN. Gr.nl. Kupt. O. P. and TLt Agt. slttf FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. (GENTLEMEN DESIRING ELEGANT Jl apartments can be accommodated bv arnlv. ing at this oittcc immediately. . 1-tf SAZERAC RESTAURANT! AND IXJ1C.IX IIOtTNI Corner of Proctor and Carson Strerts, WALKER JOHNSON PROPRIETORS fTHIS IS THE MOST COMPLETE J and commodious CHOP HOUSE in Carson City; and Its kitchen is presided over oy the is-st cooks in tlie male. ELEGANT ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES. KVl-Sii-Kri'-r Lodging srraugementa have lately been aJdcd to this estahlishuieut. ELIJ AH WALK Fit. 1-tf wm. a. jonsso!,. A CRAND BALL WILL DB orvSK BY WASHOE TRIBE NO. 4, IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN, AT ARMORY HALL, WASHOE CITY, On Taeadajr Evening-, Sept. 84. TICKETS (includidg Supper) FIVE DOLLARS. A general inritation U extended. It-td or TUB OP THE Of TUK FINEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK FINEST AND MOST VARIED STOCK FINEST AND MOST VARIED MTOt n or op op STAPLE & FANCY GOODS! STAPLE & FANCY GOODS! STAPLE & FANCY G00OS! EVER OFFERED IN TIfR HTATR. F.VK.K OFFKUED IN THK KTATI.. LVtll Ol FbUU) IN TUK UTATL. JEMEMItERt THESE GOODS ARE no auction goods, but the finest in the n.ar ket, and all In perfect order. CONSISTING OP CONSISTING OK CONsi-jl INol uf orted. 50O Pair of Corsets A. 41.1 Skirts, While. IM Skirts Printed. lOK lare Collars, lllll Isare Toilet Mat. 1011 C rm het Tldlea, StOO Cents' I'ndershleta. -IO Ihisen Handkerrhlef Aaaorted. ROII Pair of Cehililren. Wool Olorka. 1IIO Pair f Children" Gloves. KOO Pair of Ladle" Kid Gloves, 100 Balmoral Skirts. SO Med ( over, Marseille. IO0 Dosen Napkin. AiMortad. ir, Ladles" IV ml Jut ket. X.I Scarfs and Tie, Silk. IO Docen Hat Hark. 10 Dosen Paper holder. 10 Dosen Purse, Ladles. SO Dsir Doll and Head. ALSO: ALSO: ALSO: Music and Musical Inatrnment. llanjo. Guilur, Fife, Flat and Drum. Pfcolo, Accordeon and Cnncertlna. Stationery. Music Portfolio, Muaie Hooks. Fancy Work Hones, Album and Notion. Picture and Picture Frame. Fan, Fur Collar and CulTs. C hildren Under-near. ALL OK WHICH Ml'RT 11 K, HOLD ALL OF WHICH MCST UK SOLD ALL OF WHICH MUST bill HOLD TO THE HIGH EST lltlil-KR! TO THK lllilllKST lllMiUi TO T11U lilOlll.Sl' L.Di'l-l.l THK At'CTlON WILL CONTTMT. THK At'CTlON WILL !(NTINI'K THK AUCTION WILL CONTIKI'E DAY AND EVENINC DAY AND EVENINC DAY AND EVENINC FNTIL ALL THE GOOD ARE HOLD. INTII. ALL THK (HKIDH A It If HOI.D, LNT1L ALL TUK UOODS AUK BOLD, 011 and cumin the goods, AT MOORE at PARKER'S HALL. IThrr the foodi will be told. 13-tf C B. MA MR. Aart'r. V I