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CAIMMi TTKSDAT t I I r REPUBUCAITIIOMlNATIOIIS. 9vr Preaidrnt wt the United State. VLYSSEH GRANT, M Illinois. Fw Vice President. IIEXKV WILSON, or : emnr coohtt atromcjm ticket. Far graitir, A. J. Lorkwood of Empire Fr AMeHblriurM. Jacc4Tobriner..... ............ of Carson W. p. keyaer . of cmoa V. li. Lyaiaa uf Eaipire Far Sheriff, S. T. Swift of Canon For Cosntjr Clerk, T. t. Edwards- of Canon For Treaaaarer- H. S. Mason of Canon far Recawster, - S. D. King, Sr .......of Carson Far Assessor, J. P. Winnie of Canon Far Sau i p or, Hugo Hornnolarr. of Carson Far Swp't Pablic Schoala, L. S. Greenlaw... of Canon Far PakUe Adcntaiatrataar, J. O. Pierce of Carson Far Cosmsjr Coaawlastowera, B. H. Mt-d-r (for iiiug term) of Carson James Slums (fur short te m) of Empire Far Justices of the Peatess C. A. Witherell (Carson Township) ...iof Carson I. A. Hoover (Empire Township) of Empire Far CoautaMrs. L. Steam (Carson Township) ....of Carson Lang (Em pin Township) ..of Empire For School Trmttrrs, Dis. Xs. 1, C. C. Atbexton- f Carson C. F. Colton of Carson J. A. Lovejoy of Carson Cosmfjr Ceotral Committee, Geo. W. Bryant ..nf Carson X. D. Chamberlain of Cimn J. M. Benton............ of Carson 8. L. Junes ....of Empire Frank Mclwlloaga... of Empire political organization may, in re on be treated to. ; I In what ire have herein said we do not mean to counsel Mr. Jones to desert any one of his friends or to ignore their claim to his assistance in obtaining nom inations; but ire urge it trpon those parti sans of his not to insist npon his imperil ling the success' of his party and impair ing his own strength by giving their claims so decided a preference as to make the State ticket seem the work of a faction and not the fxpressed preference of the whole party. We sat this in the face of the declaration which we hope is need less, that the action of the State conven tion, whatever it may be, shall receive our heartiest support. Bat a very grave responsibility rests npon the majority of that body as well as npon Mr. Jones if he can influence its action; and we trust that they and he may act wisely and wen. WORD CONCERNING THE FBEHE JUDGESHIP. SC. THE REPCBUCAN STATE COX- vextiox. m ocrr to the PARTY. The Representatives of the Republican , party of the State of Kevada who will as semble at Beno to-morrow are charged with the performance of a singularly del- cate mission, in so far as what they are called npon to do will have an effect upon the immediate and future prospects and standing of the political organization whose temporary agents and guardians they are. We will endeavor to explain why it is, in oar estimation, a very diffi cult and delicate matter to perform with complete success the work which devolves upon this contention: The apparent majority of the Bepublican party in this State are very earnestly, or, atjany rate, very vociferously in favor of the election of Mr. John P. Jones to the United States Senate. In consequence of the position within the party thus suddenly awarded him, Mr. Jones can, if he will, (and as he has, perhaps, a right to) dictate the action of the convention or, at any rate, so shape the course of its proceedings as to induce the adoption of what may seem best to him aiid,hin friend the presump tion being that their first object is to strengthen his position so far as it can be strengthened by the popularity and ac ceptability of the State ticket. We don't mean to be understood as charging it up on the majority of the convention that their first preference is Jones and their next one the good of the Bepnblican party; but we are anxious to impress up on him and his friends the necessity, or, at anr rate, the good policy of n.imfng a ticket which shall not seem to be wholly When called npon to indicate their preferences as to what Bepublican shall fill so important an office as that of a Jus tice of the Supreme Court, those into whose hands is intrusted the making of such a selection, should not hesitate to place in nomination for that position (if it be possible to select such a person) one whose capacities have been tried and found adequate, and of whose fitness there is no question. We believe in "pol itics in the Courts" anil in the pulpit, for that matter but we feel that it is a most imperative demand npon oar higher motives, that in choting oar Judges we should ignore, so far as possible, all petty considerations, all local prejudices, and all questions of mere personal favoritism. In other words, we ought to be careful not to bedraggle the ermine in the filthy pool of politics not any more, we mean. than just enough to remind our judicial candidates of the allegiance they owe to the principles of our party. In this we mean to convey no insinuations ngaimrf any one; but, instead, to remind the State Convention that the present Chief Jus tice, while his sense of propriety and his unwillingness to seem to be importunate for an office which should seek the man to fill it, declines to thrust himself for ward for a nomination, is willing to leave it to the Convention to decide whether his name shall be nsed in connection with the candidacy for that office. In the name of the party and the Bench, we trust that the Convention may not fail to invite him to accept of a third election to the position he has filled with so much honor to himself and so much -of good service to the tribunal of. which, since Kevada became a State, he has been a most useful arid respected member. runs flnxsox. " n ARE STILL IN THE FIELD ' Nrr Cocstt Brruiu-iOiN XoMiyATIONS. The Republicans of Nye county have niade the following nominations: Sen ate, D P. Walters: Assembly, Cpt. A. Pierson; Recorder, Forkenham; Di- DAVIS & GILLSON tnct Attorney. E. P. Line; Clerk, Geo. Nickels; Assessor, Thos. Duffy; Sur veyor, Chas. Ogden; Public Administra tor, C. W. Hollis; Commissioners, K. M. King, E. G. Brewer, -. Tyler. Dele- WITH AN IMMENSE STOCK gates to the State Convention. W. S. Mc Corniack, S. V. Eathaway, John M. Whitehill and T. J. Furbee. The State delegation is divided on the Judgship- I GENERAL MERCHANDISE. a motion to instruct lor xiawiey naving failed. The ticket gives great satisfac tion to the party. There is not a single sorehead in the Republican ranks in Xye county. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. DRUGS AND MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS, Etc, Etc, Etc rpHEIR CONSTANTLY INCREASING trade keeps them employed in replenishing Persons desirous of renting rooms in private residences are requested to let the same he known to Ladd k Keixy, as there Is continu ally a demand for the same. their stock and supplying the wants of their nu merous customers with Pending the building of the Ormsbv House, Fred Brooks, the well-known and popular dealer in boots, stationery, musical instruments, guns, flishing tackle, toys, cigars, tobacco, jew elry and fancy goods, has removed to Millard's store, next door to Bail's hardware store, oppo site to his old stand. si Freali ods! WANTED. TWO FIRST CLASS HOSTLERS, one first class Washer. Apply to KSMf LADD KELLY. s23-td FOR RENT. THE STORE NOW CCrPlEO BT M. Levy. Possession given on the first day of October nt. H. F. KICE, Agent. s20-tf FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. M E.VTLEHEN DESIRINO ELEGANT f apartments can be accommodated by apply ing at this office immediately. i-tf A CRAND BALL VOL BE GIVEN BZ WASHOE TRIBE NO. 4, ISEPBOVED ORDER OF RED MEN", AT ARMORY HALL, WASHOE CITT, Ob TmrmOmy E-mlmg, Sea. lat. TICKETS (includidg Supper) FIVE DOLLARS. DAVIS & GILLSON XXAVE JIST RECEIVED BT RAIL. fUSH 1KUM THE KILNS, TOXS 'California Lime! O. IP. WI Dispensing Chemist, XTAS CONSTANTLY IX STORE AT M. M. Ins place of business, corner of CAKSOX and KING streets, a full and complete assortment: of everything pertaining to a first-class Drug; 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 being received daily. B. Particular attention raid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTIONS At all hours of the day and night. s A continuation of past favors is solicited. i-tf o. p. willis. DRUGS! DRUGS! DRUGS! C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY HOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEAL er III A general invitation is extended. sl4-td which they offer at less rates than ever before sold in Canon. Also on hand and for sals Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Garden Seeds, Etc., Etc. ALSO, Pure Wines and Liquors For Medicinal lae. rEnFt'MERY. Just received, a fine assortment of THE BEST FRENCH A'1 EN'OLISH JOCKEY CLUB MEETING! CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, Call and Examine It. ATROVN AND FRIENDS OF THE TURF, I and all those who feel interested im DOORS, WINDOWS. CLINDS C T rOLTOX, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY THE UNDERSIGNED WILL GIVE his personal attention to compounding phy- and having had nn.re than THIRTY TEARS ex perience as an aitberary, is eonndent that he can give satisfaction. aVPHEsi-KiPTioNs Compounded at all Horns. 1-tf - C. F. COLTON. MAKING THE CITY LIVELY! 3 . - y getting up . -. ' ATTRACTIVE FALL RACES! window blass of all sizes? THE IMPERIAL - i are requested to meet at the aUSNOUA SALOON, CARSON CITT, Oa Thmrsday Evening, Sept. 3& s-il-td CANDIES! CANDIES! when all is over in thin Tain world of "corruption" to sit down insnendlew state of political beatitude npon the right hand of Horace Greeley and there sing the Poasnntated uoxologies of Liberalism through an endless eternity of " Befonn' " Grant's absence from Wiiahintnn V made npofih Jones faction to remem-(Id. the first place, a man who is fool in mis party mere are enough to pass the Summer in Washine- Lr there is anything more debilitating in the way of political nutriment than the very lean and diluted broth which sustains the poor snivellers who prate of the "One Term PrinciDle." it is that transluscent uid attenuated gruel which SpdrkHnfiT D G W I and sucklings who hope to be summoned, s23-tf WOOD KEN TAKE KOTICE! INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON I JAS COMPLIED WITH THE LAW" M.M. 1 of the btate uf Jievada. pueit of requiring a ue- Manufactured every day of the best materials oy 7-C(30,000. CANT V" fc WAGNEH, WHOLESALE AST) RETAIL COXFECTIOXERS, N. 107 Montgomery Street, Saa Frautclaco. J I ST RECEIVED AND SAFELY stored in our new many preferences and that whatever may, in reason, be done to effect conciliation and a general sense of satisfaction, ought to be done. ' Mr." Jones has so large an influence in kis power that he may if he acta wiser and judiciously do much to strengthen his party and make its nomi nees acceptable to the general mass of its members; and in order that he may be able to act thus beneficially for the whole party his real friends will, by self sacrifices, If needed, prove their unselfish devotion to him by stepping one side rather than that any demands of their own should embarass his action, v We are aware that our voluntary advocacy of Senator Nye's reetection would seem to disentitle us to the. right to tender our ad vice to Mr. Jones; but at the risk of seeming intrusive and extra officious we have ventured ta say what we have said; for, if Mr, Jones has it in his power te wield the ntacsinerr of the Reuublieari party we have a '.right to demand that he shall do so for the greatest benefit of that party. ' Furthermore, he can in no wise serve his own cause more effectually than by txuyhjymQ hia inflaenoe in allay ing the taction of factKms strife, healing the wounds of old rivalries and bringing about so much of a concession to the minority. as the disappointed wing of a ton when he 'has money enough to get away from there and when, as is the case with the President, during the recess of Congress, there is nothing to detain him there, isn't fit to be President; and in the second place it comes with a bad grace even from so pious a journalistic soul as our next door neighbor to make a fuss over Grant's absence from 'the national capital when the Democratic Governor of Kevada is not only habitually absent from the seat of government of his own State, but is wandering about in other " sovereignties," for out of his own bail iwick, and engaged in bovine meander- ings, sheep shearings and buebfic cavort ings of his own. Corral your regular Governor or shut np about onr President. THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE is railed Ui our immense assortment of Can dies and other goods suitable for the H O L I D A Y S, And warranted to keen in all climates. Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Orders from the. interior .promptly and oarenlly at- lenaea u. ej4-2m Iron Magazine, 800 KEGS CALIFORNIA POWDER, And 60.000 Feet Fuse. Ea a At; JV-av mm, n mm. a, COR NEB OF CABKOS XSO PBOCTOB STJtEETS, ' CARSON CITT, NEVADA Mat. Rinckle. - Proprietor A T THIS MARKET CAN ALWAYS aC. be found the very best quality of Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal. I purchase and slaiichter mv own cattle and will have none but the best quality, ilj ctav oaacra can naTe whafaver thev order denvered at their houses immediately after purchase. m i mind my own business. 1-tf MAT.BINCKEL. I This Powder was shirm-d at car-load patr and will beauUat AAiKKT'ti PRICES. - ' - Soaind Bnsineaa Considerations avhr the Iniperiml SkmaOa k Pnn4 First It was established n I8U3. and fa th oldest FIRE Insurance Company represented in the I'nited states. Second It has a subscribed canital of Mem . onu. of which M.sn.ono is riiri rr in Gold, with fnrt her accaunmulated assets of S.216,015. mak im; it at once the Stmnjjest and Richest Fire In surance Company m the World. Third This Covpanv does a Fire Batalairsa EarJaiatvxIy, and none of its asset are liable xo db oivertea ittr life or maiusk leases, as is tho case with all other English Companies repre sented on this coast. ' Fourth This Company's losses at CHICAGO were less than one huxxihed thousand dollab, and have been paid iu full, dollar fob dollak. FALKSER, BELL It CO., General Agents for Pacific Coast. 430 California street, San Francisco. DAVIS ..' i, ; i sSS-M GILLSON, 1-tf RICE & PETERS, r Agents, Caraoit City. A WANT SUPPLIED! T Thi Sas FiAScraco Elxvatob, W'e wel- oame the above named good paper to pur table. .We acknowledge a splendid puff from its editorf and, by the way, we won dered who it could, be that seemed : to know us of old 'so well as . the writer thereof seemed to; but win ear eyes happened to note the name of " the re sponsible party " the fall magnitude of tne situation dawnea on ns lor Alexan der Fervuson dates - hack ' to an acquain- tancetitirp of our Deardless aaya and We are nughty glad to know that he is where the belongs, talking the gospel to his xe'Jowiuen. ,' r,. , i .... ..i i-u-. Citjr Meat Market . KlMg- StlMt, CARSON CITT,. CHOICEST CCTS NEVADA r i . i OF FRESH Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, etc.. Can alwavs be "had at this market: also. 8UPE. BlOtt CORNED BEEF for family use. Bt caref nl attentknt an hoafneiat and nvnmnt delivery of all orders, when desired, the nnder shjned, proprietor of the City Meat Market, lopestonMcttaahanor patroaatre. . ' Mf . JOHN P. MEDER. HE PEOPLE. OF CARSON HAVE J ft i lt ri .t long felt the want of a .--1. 1 i - ) . . i ; ' HAY SCALE! This want we have supplied by placing In posi- ( , j , , uon opposite in store one ui J HOWE'S FINEST HAY SCALES! ' capable of weighing 30,000 panada. Trot out yoan f ast stock and brine alona yonr beef cattle and loaded wagons, and get them weighed, ao that we an net some leturiia tor the heavy onf lay that we have bee toiasnnpljlnc tlua nublic ncv-essity. . ,. , ,. ... , - .... ... aWtf I . r . B1CB , . H. t. l-ETEES RICE t PETERS, Stools.-Brols.ers (Office with Wells. Targa k Co., CARSON ST., . CABSOX CITY.) I "TTLL PURCHASE AND SELL STKICTLY ON COMMISSION Mining Stocks and other Securities dealt in liy the Han Francisco Stock and Exchange Board. y Advances made on approved stock and other securities. , Carson. Sept. , i.tf : JOHN C. FOX,t Canon Street,' opposite tile" Capital, . ) j,:.vmuMB a . . '.n BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE, WATCHES and JEWELRY, ; ; Fancy Goode, Htc. . , f WIS ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS X a complete assortment of alt kinds of so. noas, spoBTnia APPABartm and shelf goods. Eastern papers and Magazines received daily. Aeent for all the amekliea ami Timlin nt DAW 6ILLSON. the Padflc Coast, t 1-tf - JOHN O. FOX.