Newspaper Page Text
THE m DULY IPPEilL
CAWiOSl PWlPATl 1 t t l t SEPT HO DR. DOHEBTT. PRIVATE MEDICAL AID. ' C'JXf CURES AMD MODERATE CHARGES ! DR. W. K. OOHERTY'S PRIVATE MEDiCALANQ SUrtJISAL INSTITUTE Xo 5I 8srramntii Street, Corner f Iteidt-stlwrtf St., a few door below tbe What 1 heer House, San Franriacu, California. (Private entrance on Ltidcsdorff street. Establifht-d Expnfrty to Afford the Afflicted Sound and bnuunc Mediial Aid in the Treatment and cure of all Private and Chronic Diseases, Casts of Secrecy. yaj2d all Sexual DisordursXiil To the Aillirted. DR. W. S. IHHIiTY r.-turns his sincere thanks to his numerous pit uts for their pa.rwn e. and woula take this opportunity to n-niiud in .'a tiist ne continues to consult t nis insti tute for the cure ot chromed -asc of the Luus, Liver. Kidneys. Digestive and tenin.-l rmarv Organs, and all private diseases, viz: Syphilis in all i:s ff.rinci ana stages, Seminal Weakness and Ml the hunul Mnsco,uonct. ot sclf-abuso. tronor- hcta, Olt-et. Sirieturts. Nocturnal and Diurnal Kaiissicns. Sexual lability, Diseases of the Back and loins, lnthtmation ot tut iiiaUJtr aud KiU- neys, etc., and he hupu that his lon esperit me nd saccsiul practice will couunue to uiure hirn a shire of public rironjvie. By the prac tue of many ri in ane and the i uited Slat, he is nubled to apply the most e ti unt nr.d sui."fssful riu:ii'S against diseases of all k-Kls. H- urvs Without nieri ury. enj; & iuod- trale. treats his patients in ctrircct ana honor- tir waj. ani his rf -rt uces oi unqu s iomiole racily tr-m uku of known npetLululity and cin stiinuin-' in society. All panus consul tin hiT.i by I. tu r or otherwise, will receive the best aud gentlest treatment and implicit secrecy. To Frmalrs. Wh-Ti a femait, is in trouble or afflicted with disease, or weakness of tue ba js and limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sight. loss of uiuuinr pewttr, paipitsiiin of the heart, irritability, ner- vousnts, extreme urinary diHUultus, derange ment of digestive lua Uocs. iner:.! dtbuitv vainitis, all diseases of the womb, hysteria, sterility, and ail other usc ass peculiar to l males, she should o or write at cure to the cvli brated female doctor, W. K. DOHEilTY. at his Medical institute, and consult hiin about her truubl-js and diseases. The Doctor ts tfi.n tui more cures than any other physician in the Sutte ot California. ii no Whk- dciicaov invveiit yon, not apply inimediaiely and save yourself frum pomrcJ s in en Li ana premature death. All nibr rii ladies, whose dtiieaie health or other cir- cttmtand preT. nt an incr as-: in their faiuilit s ttoultl wnte or call at UK. W . h.. liOULUi a MttliiaJ Institute, and tht-y will receive every potable, relief and help. The Io tor ofiioe arv so arrxrivd that he can bv consulted without fear of obsrvatiuu. To Correspondents!. Pstint8 residius m any part of tue Stat, how ever distant, who mny dt sire the opinion and advice of DK. IHUtT.TV in- their r.-spective cakes, and who think prptrto subuiit in writing a tfUhXeUKnt ot micu. in i.rJerence to bciain; pt-rtiHial inti rviw. are ri'spectiullv r-a-irl that ta?ir communications will le hi J ujw: hai red eoniKlt ntial. If the cia- be fully and cau- tuoly des-nbed. p-nk-nxl couuuuuicatiun wul be uatwveaHcry. as insiructK-iis iVx diet, reitnen cd the euiral treatua nt of th1 casv i:v lf in- ciodtR" the rviiK gk-s). w:ll be it rwannl without bly. and in siiv-h a nummr as to convey u idea f the purport cf the Ictt r or parcel au trans mitted. Oooroltation By letter or otherwise, Frt-e. K r-.uanrnt cure gusranUed or no pay. Spermatorrhea. Irt. POHEKTi" hw just pnblL.hed an import ant psiiipclt, embodying his own vi ws and -jtTVTieiirra in mlation to lutptt-u- or Virility. beiTw a Sm.rt In at etonfctv rm-trorrhceaor uu- tnii W.akBP9, Nervous and Phriml 1. bility enmeqnent n this ahVctiou. and other diseases of tae -xuat invars. 1 ius iiitiv work contains iuf'irciation of the utrat valu.- to all. wh th- r ii:arrki tr sink,and will be sTtt Fit EE by mail on r ceipt of ax Cents in puetage stamps iur r turn pjstage. Adircas W. K. POHEKTY. M. D.. ?-rf San Fran.-ist-o. Cal. CHAS. W. FRIEND, WATCHMAKER, JEWELES AND EN GRAYER, CAUSON CITY.. NEVADA WATCHES, S1LVEK- WAKE. Fine Jewelry, Clocks, etc, Ani keeps ronstaatl; on bind the finrot brwiils of Hmrana mnd nomestic Cian. Sanok- lipra, Cutir. St tinery, etc. f i -.ir.n lutruim m cjtrt iulijr rt-pkirtMl and Jemelj of Descriptions Made to Order. VrVIe t'Kt for the oeWbrnted rRbtTEKT SfECTACLES. 0mn Cut, Srtt. . 1-tf OCClIlKNTAIi LIVERY STABLE Cafsoa Street, oabsok crrr. xevada rilHTS OI.O KST1BMSHKD AXD X Widely known 6t&bV liac laUly r no. vatnd. the old mxuk culmii out aoi n plncU with !n yomig horses. Oarria of all deacriptiit oa hand AT MOD ERATE CUASltiVS. Horam budded ly tbfi PAT or WEEK on the KOkKST POSSltiUi TtliiLS. V. B. We attend strictly to our own business. 1-tf WIMJIIE IKWW. TAKE WARMING. mm: v. 4 t. a. k. compact are X anxious to tike due precaution against acci det.a and ions of tif resultiii from running of their tnins : an t thev take this method of warn- tug parents and gnardiana agaiitut the danger att flding tha too common praotioe of children playtiUE about thair can and locomotive. Thoae havum ia chara tarn bawmeoa of the Company nnd it unpoawble to ruauADi boys, who fre quent the termini and atoppiiig praof the road from ciimbuut upon th can and engines ; and t tmsf will feel tbamawlvM oblibd to rraort to lucre decided ineaaurea if theae annoyances are chKUnaad. Bam at anririents, wbick at wholly awwlbable to the careJtanea of persons jumping eat aad off thaeara all ia motioB. abooid be wars oc auwinirtl in thcmaalvea. it - X. M. YKLaf OTON. Supl. BUSINESS NOTICE. "Thb New Cabsok Appeal " is de signed to fill a Vacancy caused by the premature death of its elder brother, and give to the citizens of Orinsby county and the neighborhood north and south of us a .Republican newspaper: let it is also to be understood that its publication was bejun 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 CarrieT in Carson 50c per week S nt by mail, one year $12 t"i s -nt by mail, six months il 50 J n: by mail, three mouths 4 00 AH papers s'nt by mail must be paid for in aavanve. Persons desirini; the Appeal sent to their address will understand that the cor must aecompanv their orders. I he carrier is under instructions to col lect of Carson subscribers everv week. and to stop delivering the paper to per sons who are not sufficiently solvent to enable liim to carry on tins rule. Our aavertisini' rates will be found at the head of the first column on the first pace. e shall feel under manv obligations to our friends (political and personal) throughout the Mate, if thev will not only subscribe for the Appeal, on the terms ul)ove 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 uess; exhort the erring to turn from their evil courses ere election day shall come and they shall say '"there is no pleasure in it; encourage the faithful; summon the steadfast to "ral!v 'round the flag: and, while doing this, to neglect none of the business interests of the place and, if possible, to gather up and sow broadcast, in pleasing and succulent grains, such matters of local interest, and such '"trivial, fond records as youth and observation chc-nsh here. V'e solicit contributions from all parts of Nevada ana the racihc Coast. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Grocers. A. B. Drisbarh. South Carson fttreet. Mson. Cheney it Co., Penrod block. Carson and Trlr-smph streets. rt. F. Fi-st r, Kin and Onnsby stTt. . . Jai-'b Tobrin r, Ctrson audMusser streets. T. Betr k. iiro.. Empire. Markets. Esple Market. Carson and Proctor streets Mat Xunc&el proTnetor city 3i-at .Maraet, Kwg street John Sr. Metier pr.'irietor. Dry rioodft. Ohovia-h Bros.. Caraun and Fourth streetp. Silty A Mrriis Carstm btreet, adjoininj Well, Fargo k Co. Clottklnjr. Joe Rost nstoek, Carson and MnseT Ftrwts. Kopple k Piatt, Carson and Third streets. Liquor (Wholesale). Geo. D. Frytr. South Carson street. J. R. Scott, Carson street, between King and 3iusser. Fro its. E. Pt rasich, Carson stri et, next door to theater. Drayrtfist. O. P. Villis, Carson and Kin streets. C. F. Collon, Carson street, opposite the Cap ital. Tern. T. Beer k Co Empire City. Watches and Jewelry. Jt'hn G. Fui, C arson street, opposite the Cap- it-d. t has. W. Friend, Carson btreet, bttween Eing and iiuss r. Brokers. Ri k Peters, with Wells k Fargo, Carson street. Insurance. Iznpcriil Insurance Cmp-nr. of Tndon Riw Peters agents. Olhce with Wells, Fargo & Co. Ranks. Bank of California, C street, Virginia City. Gift Concert. Gift ConrfTt. authorized by law. for the ben efit vf tlie ?)rate IiiSLiiie Asylum. 1. f-.. Blauu arfl. Manag-r. Virginia City. John I. Kersey, agent. Carson. UTrry mtahies. J. II. Benton, Carson street, opposite Wells, Fargo at Co. Occidental Stable, Winnie k Iavid. Carson and Husser Streets. Restaurant aad IrfMtjginrs. Saxerac Eestaurant, corner Carson and Proctor streets. Hotels. Ormby House, Carson and Second streets B. H. Mtder jc S-m proprietors. . Charls iiotel. corner Carbon and Third streets iet. Tuily proprietor. Warm Springs Hotel, on toapire turnpike, one and one-h-iif miles east of Carson iL lacha- x lie proprietor. Saloons. Tlv-JitT Salotn, Moore k Parker; Carson Thea ter building. Bank Exchange Saloon, Sweeney's building. King street K. It. Brown pru;ietor. 4ld Sazerac Sahntu, ( arson street, next to Onusby House Lewis i: Thornton proprietors. Magnolia Sahm, County Building, Carson street (iajje & Alay propritUirs. J. A. Si-ott. Canvu stn et. laleys Exchange. C. treet. Virginia City C. H. laly prpr.ft-r. Palace SiloJu. North C. street, Virginia City Tinker k Shvpartl proprietors. Stasre Lines. Carson City and Virginia Ladd k Billings ofire in St. Charles Hotel. iMnoa and bilver Mountain Luther Olds prrrprfetor office at Wells, Fargo k Co.'s Agency. J. P. Kersey agent. Attorney's. T. D. Edwards ofiiee in Sweeney's building, King street. John G. Fox, Carson street. Cigars. Chas. W. Friend, Carson street. Physicians. Dr. L. A. Hcrrick, Homeopath iat Office in County Building. Ballraadt. Virginia and Trnrkee Railroad Company. Of fice, aorta of the Mint, on Canon street. NatM, Denis Peck, professional aick aurat. Wants. Mamtica wssthwL Apply at ICoikrt Hotet REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Adopted at the Republican National Convention, at I'mUadetpJua, June to, lavz. The Republican party of the United States, as sembled in a National Convention, in the city of rnusaelpnia. on June t and b, inTt again de clares its faith, antxals to its lustoiy, and an nounces its position upon the questions before the country. 1. Iuring eleven years of its supremacy, it has accepted, with grand courage, the solemn unties ol tue tunes. It supptvsstU a gigautic rebellion; emaiicipaUd4,0Uu,Uuof slaves; decreed the equal citizensnip of all. and established universal su: Irage. Exhibiting uupuralh led niaiuaniiuity, it has criniiually puuind no man for political of fenses, and warmly welcomed ail who proved thtir loyalty by obeying ttie laws and uealin justly with their neighbors. It has steaidiy de creased with a tirm hand tlie resultant disordt rs ot the grtat war, and initiated a wise policy to ward the Indians. The Pacihc Kailroau ana sim ilar vast enterprises have been g.-uerou;dy aided and su.-cessiuiiy conducted; tUe putuie laud tree- ly uivin to actual setthrs; mimijation encour aged and protected, and a full acknowledgment of naturalized citizens riiihts secured irom Eur pt-au powers. A uuiionu national current y has been providefL repudiation frowned down, the national credit sustained under the most ex:ra- urdinary burdens, and new bonds negotiated lower rates: the revenues have been carefully col lected and honestly applied. Despite the annual large red uctioiis 01 rales of taxation, tne public debt has been reduced dunug treiieral Oram's Presidency at the rate of loti.iHAKiO a year; gr at financial i ricis has been avoided, and ieae'e and pli-nty tm vail throughout the land. Jlen- at ing foft igu dimiculties have Ik en peacefully and honorably compromised, and the honor and pow r of tii- nation kvpf in bigh nsjieet through out the wyrhl. This glorious record of the p-st is the paity s b.-st pledue fr the tuture. We be lieve thai iue people will not entrust the Gov ernment to any jmrty or combination id men compose-d of those who chiet.y have resisted every step of this benihcial prvgress. '1. Compute lilx rty and exa t equality in the the en-oyuient of ail civil, poliiical and public rights suould beestablhed aud tff. ctually main taiutd throughout tue 1 niou by tthcient and ap propriate State and Federal leuislatiem; nttthtr law u- r it? auminist ration shuuld admit ot any disi-riiuiuatjon m respect to citizens by reason t f race, creed, color, or previous condition ot servi tude. The recent amendments to the National Con stitution should be cordially sustained ixenuse t&try are right, and not nicrvJy tolerated because hey are law, and should be carried out according o tut ir spirit by appropriate Ivuisiiition. the en forcement of which can be safely tnis-ted only to the p rty that sei-ured those amiiLim nts. 4. The National Governmtut should setk to imiintain an honorable p ace with all nations, pr Kiting its citizens every wht re, and syuipa- nyzing with all people who strive tor greater lit rty. Any system of civil service under which the sub r.imate pi sjti ns of the Government ar-i con sider, d rewards for mre party zcal.is fatally de- mv.r-ilizmg. and we thi r tV.re favor a system by laws w hich shall acolisu the evils of pjtronace. and make honesty, emclem v and fidelity essen tial qualihcatiuiis lor public position, without prj4-tu-ally creating a liie tenure of ofhte. t. e are opiH sed to further grants of public lands to eorierat:ous and inonopolas, and de mand that the national domain be set apart for tree homes lr the people. lhe annual revenue, after paving current debts, should furnish a modi rate balance for the reduction of the prmciital: and re venue, except such as may be d. rtv.l I rum a tax on toha.-cu and liquors, be raised by duties on importations, the dutits on which t-hould be so adjusted as to aid iu securing reuiuutrative wages t the la borer, and promote the industries, growth and prosperity if the whole c.uutry. Ne aold in undying honor tlie sob tiers an 1 sailors whose valor sav-d the I nion; their p n- sions are a sa-red debt of the nation, and ttie widows and orphans of thoewbo diet! fer their country ar, entitled to the can- ot a gt mrou? grateful peple. We favor such additional legislation as will extend the b-mutv of the tiv erumeiit to all our soldiers and sailors who were honorably dischrtd. and who in the line of dutv became disabled, without regard to length of service or cause of sm h discharge. 9. The di. trine of Oreat Britain and other Euro pean poweis concerning allegiance iutv a sub ject always a subject having at last, thltiugh the efforts of the K'publi an party. t n abaii don d. and the Amtruan idea ot the indivitlual's ht to transfer his allegiance having been ac cepted by Eim tean nations, it is the untv f our Govt rnment to guard with jealous care the rights of our adoited citizens against the aumptii u of unauthoa'ized claims by their torm r gov ru- m nts. and we urge continual and caret ul encour agement and protection to voluntary immigration. lo. Ibi trancing privilege tmht to beaool- ishe.1. aud the way prcparti for a speedy redu tion in the rates ot postage. li. Among the questions wnicn priss tor atteti- n. is that whu h concerns the r. lations of capital and labor, and the IU publican party re cognize the duty ot so shaping ltgislation as t secure full protection and the amplest field for capital: and lor laijor, the creator t ca)iti. the largest optortuui.it s and a just share ot mutual profits oi these two great seavants of civilization. 12. We hold that Congress and the President have only fulfilled an imperative duty in their measnn s for the suppression of violent and trea sonable organizations in certain lately rclellious regions, and tor the protection or the naiiot box: and. therefore, they are entitled to the thanks of the uatit-n. We denounce the repudiation of the public bt in any form or disguise, as a national crime. We witness with iride the reduction of the prin cipal of the debt, and of therdesof intension the balance, and confidently expect that our ex cellent national currency will be perfected bv a spt-edy rs -sumption of specie payments. 14. the Republican partv is mindtul of its ob ligations to tlie loyal women of Ann net for their noble devotion to the cause of freedom ; their admission to the wider tit ids of use-fullness is r.v ceived with satisfaction, and the honest de mands, of any class of citizens for additional rights should be treated with respectful consid eration. 15. We heartily approve of the action of Con gress in extending amnesty to those lately in re bellion, a d rejoice in the growth of peace aud fraternal fe-l;ng throughout the land. 1?;. The Republican partv propose to respect tlie rights reserved by the people to themselves as caret ully as the powt rs deb gated by them to the State and to the Federal Government. It disapproves of the resort to unconstitutional aws tor the purpose of removing evils by lnter erence with the rights not surrendered by the people to neither the State or National Govern ment. 17. It is the duty of the General Government to adopt such measures as will tend to encourage American commerce and shipbuilding. 18. We believe that the modest patriotism, the earnest purpose, sound judgment, practical wis dom, incorruptible integrity and illustrious serv ices of Clysses S. Orant have commended him to the hearts of the American people, and, with him at our head, we start to-day on a new march to victory. FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CON FECTIONS, ETC., ETC. film? ODERSIOXED HAS ON HIM) JL and is daily receiving the Choicest Fruits Freshest TesetaHeg Best of Confections! And like desirable aad reasonable goods, and keep the best aaaoBTVZirr brought to the Car son market. N. B. Orders promptly SUed and delivered aa per directions. E. PERASICH, 1-tf (Canon aliaat, naxt to Theater Saloon.) OURSELVES. THE NEW DAILY APPEAL! A DAILY JfEWSPAPER A DAILY XEWSPAPEK A DAILY NEWSPAPER A DAILY NEWSPAPER Published in the intf-rrsts of the Republican Party : a medium of local news : an advocate of what promists btst to the community by whom it is surrounded ; a medium tor tne trank ui cussion oi ait tne issues ot tne times ; and a ve hicle in which the business men of the Slate and city may make known their propositions and purposes. FEIEN'DS OP FRIENDS OF FRIENDS OF FRIENDS OF REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES Are invited to examine its columns, and, if satis ned with the manner and matter of its editorials to assist in giving it an incri-ase ot circulation and a broader influence upon public opinion ; NEWSMONGERS NEWSMONGERS NEWSMONGERS NEWSMONGERS Are besought to lend its colnmns the weicht of their assistance in the form of items and corre- spondence; THE CITIZENS OF CARSON THE CITIZENS OF CARSON THE CITIZENS OF CARSON THE CITIZENS OF CARSON Are rroTlestcd to pive it a fair chance of success by subscribing n;r it and advertising in it; THE INTELLIGENT READER THE INTELLIGENT READER THE INTELLIGENT READER THE INTELLIGENT READER Is urged to peruse its short but moving columns: and THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC THE BUSINESS PUBLIC MERCHANTS MERCHANTS MERCHANTS MERCHANTS LAWYERS DRUGGISTS LAWYERS DRUGGISTS LAWYERS DRUGGISTS LAWYERS DRUGGISTS SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN SALOON-KEEPERS HOTEL-MEN And everybody else who would not be f oun 1 ad und r a light-hiding bushel is invited to present, in duly specified form AN ADVERTISEMENT AN ADVERTISEMENT AX ADVERTISEMENT AN ADVERTISEMENT Of what he can do, what he can furnish, where he can be found and what he wants. OUR BOOKS OUR BOOKS OUR B JOKS OUR BOOKS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS OUR COLUMNS OUR COLUMNS OUR COLUMNS OUR COLUMNS FOR THOSE THOSE THOSE THOSE WHO WHO WHO WHO WOIXD WOCLD woii.d WOULD ADVERTISE ADVKilTISE ADVERTISE ADVKUTISE OR FOR OB THE APPEAL JOI? OFFICE THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE THE APPEAL JOJ OFFICE THE APPEAL JOB OFi'ICE Will ix set up, fnll and complete, within the next fortnight, and when it is we shall be able to xecuto POSTERS POSTERS OSTEKS FOSTERS POSTERS BILL-HEADS POSTEKS OSTERS I'OSTEES SOTEltS POSTERS PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BIANKSIXTIER-ITEADS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS BLANKS Etc., etc., on the shortest notice. In the best style and with unsurpassable dispatch. This is AN APPEAL AN APPEAL AN APPEAL AN APPEAL To yow patriotism, low of literatan and buai num iiitrlligeaoc, HENBT B. KIOHJCL8, Proprietor New Appeal. POLITICAL. UNION REPUBLICAN STATE CEN TRAL COMMITTEE AT A BIEETING OF THE UNION ItEPUB lican State Central Committee, held in thi City on SATURDAY. July 27, 1872, the following business was transacted : Resulted, That a State Convention of the Union Republican party be held at Reno on Wednesday, the 2"th of September next, at 12 o'clock u., to nominate three Presidential Electors, one Mem ber of Congress, one Justice of the Supreme Court, and one State Printer, and the transaction of such other business as shall properly come be fore said Convention. Resolved, That each county be entitled to ona delegate at large, one far each 100 votes, and one for each fraction over 50 votes cast for Alfred Helm, elected Clerk of the Supreme Court at the general election of li70. Reiolredy That in accordance with the resolu tion of the hist Republican State Convention, the various County Central Committees, so far as the Rr.nie may be practicable, be advised to cause tho primary elections to be conducted as follows : First In each el ction precinct clubs shall be organized, thy members of which shall vote at the headquarh rs of the club for delegates to the County and State Conventions. Seeoml No person shall vote who is not a inembt r of the club ; and in every pneinct where thtre is a Registry Agi nt he shall alsa be a voter regisb red for the ensuing election. Third That the fr-st for club mcmborFhip re quired of voters shall bo : Will you support the regular Republican tick, t at the next election National, State aud County and the Republican platf.r;n adopted at Philadelphia, and such fur ther test as the respective County Committees may prt scribe ? Ri-sttlrfd. That it is the sense of this committee that a contest at the primary elections between the candidal s for Unit d State Senator bouId be avoided, and that in ord r to avoid such con t. st. a plan should be devised by which the voters at tbe gen. ntl election may have an opportunity of expressing their preference for United States Senator on their bnllots. and that the member elected to the Legisltture shall be considered in structed in accordance with such preference, and we r -commend this subject to the attention of the various County Central Committees. 1 h gate-s are apportioned to the several conn tie as follows : Churchill 1 IoU-las 2 li:iii Talia 3 Elko 1 Humboldt 4 Lyon r Ean.hr 7 Lincoln 4 Nye 4 Onusby 6 Wt.rey Ii Washoe 7 White Tine 10 Total 80 C. C. BATTEEHV, Chairman. Geo. A. Kino, Secretary. PROCEEDINGS CFTHE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE CF ORiV.S CY COUNT. VT A MEETIXG OP THE UEPUB liran County Central Committee of Ormaby County, held at C:ira.n, St-ph-mber 10, 1S72, the following rroceediDtia were had: Refotrtd, That the time for holding Primaries for the election of Delegates to the State and County Conventions, bo Saturday, September 14, t.i- it: The Theatre, in Carson, from 1 to 6 V o'cleH k. p. h., and at the PostufhYe Building, in Empire, from 1 to 4. and from 6 to 8 o'clock, p.m.. and that the apportionments be as follows: Fur State Conventions Carson Township 4 tmpire 2 Total For County Convention: Carson Township Empire Total Rtsvlcai, That the County Convt ntion assem ble at the Distrit-t Court room, in Carson, ou the I?th insf, at 11 oVl n-k, a. for the pur pose of nominating one State Stnator; three As st'inblymen; Iistri?t Attorney ; Sheriff; County Ckrk; County Treasure r; County Record r; Coun ty AmslSslt; County Surveyor; SuiKrintendent of Publie schools; Public Administrator; two Coun ty O'mmissioners short term); two Justices of the Pe ace; 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. Re$obed, That mil persons participating in said primaries shall be subject to the following test: That I am, or will be a qualified elector at tho coming Presidential election; that I will then vote for the electors of Grant and Wilson, and that I have not voted at any other primary elec tion in this Slate this year. Resolved, That B. H. Meader. Lewis Doron and H. H. Bence, are appointed Judges for Canton Township, and James Morris, Adam Wtdter and John Richey, for Empire. slS-ld A. J. LOCKWOOD, Chairman. EQUALIZATION. -VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I have this day received from the Assessor of Ornisby County the Assessment Boll for 1872, and that the Board of County Connnistdoncrg 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 as required by law, until the business of equalization is disposed of. T.J. Edvaum, County Clerk, and Clerk of said Board. September 11, 1872. 12-tf Defiance Alining Comnnnjr Notice, The nrst annual meeting of the stockholders of the Defiance Mining Company will be held at the office of the Secretary, in Carson Oily, on Monday the 14th day of October, 1872, at 1 o'clock p. at. for the purpose of electing Trus tees, to serve the ensuing year. By oruer at theTrostee. ISAAC McCOITNEIX. ttept 12-lrn. Socretarv.