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( ARMOXt WWXKHIA'r t SEpT. 3 'NTMKIXG" FACTS TO BS ,4 CONNIDKRJUX. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. . r .-. K, Foirhdaoijto I nit4d States. r of Illinois. . 4 Ar Vise President, IIEXBV.WII.SO'!., ' of Mafoartaetts, OHBEY COWTT REPUBLiCAH TICIET. , Por liMihr, ' f '.. A. J. takiroodi .. . ..i . .'. . . .f Empire For H irwbly w, Jvnb Tnoriner . . ..of Carson w. D. Keyser . of Carson l. B. Ionian -lv--f lutpira Far Sheriff, S. T. Swift - of Carson T.J. For Coauat r flrrk, Edward.. n..'. '. . U.S. Mason... For Tmuanr, - Vor Recorder. . P. King, Sr. of Carson .of Carson J. P. Winnie... For Am .of Canoe Fair ianrvea-or, Kkholzer. For Sau't Poblie Schools. L. S. tirernlaw of Carson For PaUtlie Adnalo.larro.taMC. 4. . lHarar i . 4. ....... a. . ....... .of Caraab For roaintr Cooanaissiooers, B. H. Me r I f ' T lmK tmn) ...of Canvn James Morns X short term) of Empire For Justices of the Peace, f . A. WttfcujU Crson Township) i f Canon J. A. Hoover i Empire Township) of Empire For CamhiUaa I.. Strom (Carson Township) of Canon Lang-iiipii Twa iiip) . . r-p-. - .of Cippaag For Rrnool Trutm, DLi. Xo. I, ' C. c. Atherton .......... of Canon f. r. ColtoD ; ...of Carson J. A. LoTtv. . . .......of Caraoa Coarotjr Oatral Ceaaunittre. - Oe. W. i!ot of Canon X. 1. ChaiuberUuu. ........ of Carson i. M. B.nn n of Canon s. E. JrWi of Empire rrank KeCuUniMv Kmire STILL SW1KGEWA. The Iafitaarl Treohopper who' is wandering about ,th West in search of some political grindstones whereon to sharpen Ilis Frjaatleniial. ax has got so far into the bowels of the land as where the- Hoosier d th domesticate and where the gaunt Yoorlieee, lean' and Mmiwqtib, from a dkt of boiled erow, makes mock ery of ,welern. welcoming by a feigned and oer4aboTtal emloprof the self-intoxicated Hom e, poured like a disguised gny into the too wilKn-r ear of that t , cimeai oi jjvuui im uvaa tu vr&iciuuv g Berrigkr: U Groat's brothenia-lsw.. vent. I strikes an old man tn his t harr--wtth a hit any fane, breaking n oyer nig neau, ana is nnea ry a itauical judge after being honored with a seat beside the judge. The manner and set were equally cow ardly. A few years since-Mr. Willis. H. JJoata. s y. a Washinjrton merchant, inflicted a cowhid- Offire, for defamation of character, with nothing cowardly in the manner. Irancan was not seat ed (a.was Air. Bed when Dent atue'jed him!, bnt was standing np in the hall among hit, friends, and his aroks free, Mr. iJrmpBFy ininR diatelr went before a justice, pli-aded fruilty and paid his fine. He was a Democrat and Duncan a Radical. Subsequently, being indicted and tried btfore Judge iisher, h -wai arntencrd to pa. npa ana so eonrnwent i a xttt c;tTjau lor irxty dars. This is the diflVrence between a plain men bant and a brother-m-law of President (irant. The people will consider such facts as tae.,-T'..; : H f ; Isj'j." ( -An:l now, hy way of taking all the wind out of the sails which have wiifted this poor twaddle injo this hititoili we note as foUowrs from ilinueupoliif Tribtmne of September 15th: Judie Louis Dent, who caned Reed, is nnt a member of President lirants ousehnld. aad is h not thearrnlscretarnif the rMident: ke4a p. no eueral omce-noiuer, but is a democrat ol tbe rankest sort. He ran as the Democratic candi date for Governor of Mississippi against Alcorn MHrai aud at present he is an the claim agency ousinesa as wasDiiipion. it ire-nrTorrs any body for the Presidency, it is Gzueley, and not urant. And mow word or twrj coaoeniitig the " outrages wrhich have bern helped up on the poor wolves of the Democracy by the fierce and tnerciless'lamba of the Sen publican party.'. Passing-by any extend ed mention of those Abolitionists and Free soilers who used fo get honorably u. i.a? -t' 31- ii i "Jl- peuea 1 whb oaa eggs, "wrtu 'OHrmg cowardly in the aaancr ind oming down to 1856, we find Horace Greeley himself beaten about the broader and more fleshy porta. Of . Ins tatteatfafcack by Congressman '"Aloerl Rust oi Arkan sas, im bro-sIMaylghtv n.lPuttsylrsiuii aYenue; and . there is no record which tells of K ast's arrest, much less of his being fined, for thus walloping the non combatant, who now draws after him the awash bucklers who used to make a prac tice of bullying every timid sun who came from the North to visit Washing ton. 4. : .: a a i ' Then, also, do we call to mind the per formance of another Democrat one Preston Brooks, who practiced the man ly ait of St-lf-vindication by banging the nijk of ar - UOS - COTJXTT- iff 'i - 4 rom the "Virginia Evening Chronia yesterday waj learn tke follofwitig facte re garding the action-of the ' Bepnbhcan CpuntyConxfentionJ whici, was hold at Dliytonjwi MondaylkstLi . J. V The Convention was organized bv the election of J. L. Greer, of Silver City, as Presidi nt, and i. B. Pitchford, of Sutro, as Secretary. The ful wta aoailnatjons weic made: For State Sena tor, w. H. Davennort: for Awmblnnen. James sawarftanTH.Jiartand, Ihuuas JLack; .for nenn. w. n. unnbar; for County t;ier, J. A. rionham: for Recorder, L. L. Crockett; forDis-tru-t Attornty, G. W. Keith; for TreaBurer, W. W. Byron; for Assessor. G. C. McFadrten: for County Commissiontrs, Jame McGinnis, J. K. Shaw and A. Perkins. , Deleratea to the Bepnb-li.-mn Sa)oC.nrwsiBii. J. JleGinnis, i. WwGrear. James Crawford, J. li. Pitchi'ord and Tell Hart. '.The Convention, adopted fourresolu- fions. The lasi,which we copy, speaks for itself, in regard to the United States Senator: " " u" : ' v 4 Rftolprd. That we look vman the Sutro Tunnel as the most important work now iu progress in this country, and of vital importance to this par ritfilar section: and hereby instruct our uomi aes to the LetrJslature. if elected, to voto for no person for United Htatea Senator who is not an avowed friend to this great enterprise. DA1S tGILLSOiL- 1 DRUGS AXO MEDICINES. . t DAVIS avGILOOM DRUGS t -"3 MEDICINES M JIcClcbb is running the Greeley can- vnss Pennsylvania, and. all the accounts concern rn! tie Colonel's ' state" of mind agree in representing that he is jronside aoiy ciow-n m the month. and any thing but hopeful. . "If Buckalew is kjeattn," Siiys he, " the came is nr with Greeley everything depends on Pennsyl vania in October. My idea of the can rass, adds the Greeley head center, " has been that the tide, would rise . about this time; but it don't sppear tobe core ing, and blast my eyes if I don't begin to think ft won't come. If I don't put in an appearance for Buckalew in the next ten days, the jig is ended." 'The out spoken McClnre don't disguise his senti ments, and on this subject ia as correct as he is frank. ARE v i (STILL. IX THE FIELD , J" i WITH Art IMMEWSE STOCK i PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, , PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS, . GENERAL MERCHANDISE. T1 HEIR CONSTAVTI-r INCREASING trade keeps them employed in replenishing their stock and supplying the want of their nu merous customers with Fresh Groods! oerentaetfula;,me andao, 0C other liberal Weombi. should hare tire face to 'beslobber this weekend oicfk tor withilia lioM ami extravagant cajoleaes, following, .as they do, the earnest denunciations of him and hia rasjifirlnry attejodoa theioor cnTfbsv (nveav. is irnlination noogb to all who may see. if they will, that it isthe deliber ate and, yn iiwliia.il il purpose; and plan of the Deniocracy ant, Charles Sumner, with a cudgel. But we can recollect no punishment which was visited upon Mr.' Brooks by any Washington authoriiies in penalty . of this famous pnntsBtduur. . . ' "Again, we 'So'Vemember the iierform- anca in &'4.dutin.ropmjDf TClLwdiaJirt: teL in Washington, enacted by Demo- la the Democratic report on, the sub ject of the Ku-Klux page 52u which is signed by all the Democratic members of the committee, we find this query: Will any one doubt, who has personally wit nessed its practical working, that negro suffraJrUdneveri-BfrlaV Soatkfi Carolina is a hopeless and total failure? ' And vejthe jnon whojrigned Jthis jrepprt have the impudence to ask the negroes to ota with them, and Charles Sumner Las the impudence to advise the negroes to vote with and for the men who signed uuMiwiri v J' I critic Confrressman Phil Herbert and a to fool poor Greeley je gmbfcr- Bill GarWer: nam- n tlta Ann. t " rv T .-TCT,"-Ir the one hand and a poor waiter boy lm Ted Keatina on the ather:3and we recoUect the nanus of these poUUcal sharpers and tv, ijUiA-; Ji.l LZA tmmme-pssors, , .Ana wniie, they are to death thlU (iam, Ju fc-. and that John B. Weller, a Democratic 3ena- ' Sam Bowles of the Springfield JitpuUi can, one of the "Liberal Eepublican" or gans, is exciting -the ire ef.tkavpiitical faction which regards hfifl us hMbfTdf the representative men, by such reproofs as the . following: " General Judsop. KilpaK par li sJarintoS father .n1rivat"rrMrtJS aeAn- racy of statement than he has shown in his account of General Bawlins' death, or Xretire from the stump. The Liberal cause and candidates are not benefited by mis styie oi auvocacy. J ft i i ft Hills J ft ti 'Joshing-' hia wjtk their absurd and extravagent ilattmes and Seating what there ' of ' turn 'Snray from : the less adroit ,but au less sinister Liberals, he, the surfeited and self-satisfied victim, puffed to bursting -with bis pampered egotism, is so moefa entitled to the pity of aocb honest and intelligent men as see the game to wliii h he it subjected as to excite the commiseration and regretful sympathy of the better side of humanity; StiH there seem tk remedy for this most revolting of the phases of that immemo rial political palsy, the Presidential mal ady. Tktc dire, .disorder" aeiaed 3upon Calhoun and made, him his country's marplot; it tsxiknoidapon thVmassive brain of JWtbster and made him. fur jet his ponderrouciahhood in presence cf the slaveocrats whbeai snppor be vainly begged for; it chastened while it made sorrowful the laiger and purer life of Henry Clay; it made a political mock auctioneer of Salmon P. Chase; it came Peflilincr t Til tmtMitw nf tlta Ormchv TT. .i.t-.i Fro Broska, the well-rrfrwn and popular dealdr in boobs, stationerr, musical instruments, gun fiishini! tackle, toys, ciuars. tobacco, iew. elry and fancy goitds. has removed to Millard's stov, next duor to iUU'a hardwara atose, oopa- ae au nis oiu sxana. hi Xcw To-day. tor from California, did come near break ing his neck to get o Wasbingfbn in time' to appear as counsel for Herbert; and it is of record that Mr. Herbert did not only get clear - of any punishment after going uuougn ine iorm oi a truu in axKunocrat-1 ic court, for this murder which he com mitted out of resentment of a cup of indif ferently heated ooffex?, .but thaat he was sustained and his crime palliated by the entire Democratic press M the country' Will the Begiater. -bear all theoa facta in mind when next it attempts to make the EepubhcaBT9aty sr3riBiMeforthedo-T?,, "Som,,n - , 1? w ; , 7 "ICity. as follows: Brpnmn; Mississippi? - - S " ': '; - - -' ' kFtaisoK ks desirous of renting rooms in private residences are requested to let the same be known to Laito ; Kklly, as there Is continu ally a demand for the kuuc. The Charleston (West Viiginin) Cottr-J pr-t iremucraac journal, maKes an aa mfssion, since the electron in tlmt Stated whii!h will prove very nnpalatabse to the Greeley confederates. It says: "The fact may as well be recognized at the start near destroying Williaiu H. Seward; and that West Vireinia is not absoratelv eer ie nas aeveiopeu tue most alarming, symp toms of drmcntia nhd greed of cozening in Horace Greeley and this is why that poor old man has quitted- his quiet home and rjegketed his l.'pirjiato" business to run about I ke a h -ed'ess lout in th; altuns of a grant ntw, ternpfing the swell mob of p-!itics to filch "from him the re spect wliich hv might otherwise have preserved, and courting that degradation which is only know to the deepest gulfs and worst rotted pediment of the . filthy pool whemn -do wallow ta very vemun of the t'opporliead Democracy.. . "J" tain for Greeley. A much greater demor alization than anybody anticipated has been produced by the recent election. This mtast be remedied in some way, so that a united Democratic front may be presented to the common.. eneinytat 4he coming dectaon. There eertainly'shiad be no thought on the part of West Vir ginia Democrats of making the lute divis ion perpetual. - If they expect : to give their State to Greeley and Brown they should determine to work and' vote in that direction, without reference to recent die- sension.-." 4 ' UOTIt.CI'i ' THE PUBUC ARE BERFBT CAlT- tiraed ajminst porckaaiii tie foJlowmr db- srribed land or town lots in Carson City. Omwliy county, Nevada, mad bring in section 18, town ship IA north, of range JU east, and in block 11 Sean iiivifion of Cnron a at the northeast cor ner of said block 11; thenve west 80 feet: thence stmth M fr;4fat--Ns- &tel tkuc north 3t faet-.-tw thvr ple vf VgiiTnfHi?; Arid that other part of block 11, br nuiiift at a point on the north line of said block which is 80 feet wt:st of -4he northeast corner of said bl.ek; theDco vrr&t 40 feet: thence south 85 feet; thence east 40 feat, tne ne- n rth 8o feet, to the place of begin uto. It bavins come lo rav knowledge that one S. IaXLr has en tryinf to s. 11 the aboye dr. acrioei property. i ti'Jvity cautuin the public from bnying the same or any part thereof, f;r he haii no Kpol title to said propt-rty, and never has had. Aud. fnrthermcre, he knows that I have owned said lots since 1H0J, and have a perfect UMe to tne same on record. t. . SCUH . I. WILLIS - Dispensing Chemist, HAS rOXSTAXTLV IX STORE AT his place of business, htot of CAKRfiN aud KI0 sfr.-eis.a full and complete assortment of everything pcrtaiuinc to a arsWlass lru ' Store: aud keeps, in their season, all choice va rieties of Field and Garden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which eoods fresh sucrlies are brini: received dailr. N. B. Particular attention paid to the com pounding of PRESCRIPTION'S At all hours of the day and niht. SVA continuation of past favors is solicit?!. 1-tf O. P. WILLIS. OAVIS ft GILL80N H a .if! .-!'! - ft t so AVE JI ST RBCKIVCn BY RAH. DRUGS! DRUGS! DRUGS! ' C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST AiPOTBEWRV FKESH FROM TBE KILNS," TEN TOUTS California Lime ! which they offer at less rates than ever before sold m Carson. Also on hand and fir sale w IIOI.ES ALE AND RETAIL EE VL- er in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Garden Seeds, v "j I ALSO, Pure Wines arid Liquors .. . For MetUcliaoA Vac. Just receivel. a fine assortment of THE IiEeT FaW H AD KXlild&il , , CEMENT, FUSTER PARIS, Call It. Mttlh'e DOORS, rIHD07S;ELINDS n ..wt..;. -r v C F. COTTON. 1DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY THE inVDERSIGXED VOJi GIVE his personal attention tocomnoundin ohv- sicians' prescriptions aud disnewmc meu iit. and having 4 sior.- than THIRTY VEAHh e-. . can riv-satisfac-tion. j., , ... . vip&sciuiiom Compounded at alx li i.-. 1-tf - - - c. r. COLTvW, iv. WINDOW CLASS 01 AIL SIZES! ! THE IMPERIAL 234f INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON WOOD MEN TAKE NOTICE! HAS COMPLIED WITH THE LAWS oi jUiu State of Nevada, nuuirju: a ci- pumt ot '11 TBST RECETVKD A"D SAFELV ft stored in our new , Iron -MagasiBe, 800 KEGS CALIFORNIA POWDER, : v:rfj n i i x i c c -And 50.000 Feet Fuse. Tills Powder was shipped at car-load rates and win oe aoia at abkm s rmcES. DAVIS i ni-id f 1 ... njsoN, ConsIdaBaastiowo iohv lie Imperial Sbould be Fret'errTKl : First It Mnabllshed n r03 and i thr- oldtst FlRl!: litsuruuce Compauy represented in the L riited-staV. , ' . - . rnrt It has a subscribed canital of IW.iHf) - 000, of- which W.a.lH is iaib dt in SId. with further aec n mi rutlsted assets of $2,216,013. mak iaj it at once the Htrougest and liichcst Fire Vu- surn-e O-mi'Miv in the World. Tliird Tm4Xln-AMOFa a Via BaaWo Ec-lnsivel and lloue of its assets are liulil.; to ke. uivrrtoi ijt Lir a or mahixk losses, as b thu wiir. Aii other f-niuisii Comt)anit reDre- Beiited on tl. is COHt. Fourtii--TLla Comwrt knsses at CHleArrf . wen lesH than one uunuskd thouaakd imiljii. auti havo ben iul m full, hollas rou rxu.u.. lAUOitlt, BELL k -.. fVner:u Agents for Pacific Coast.. 4 Hi California street, au Francibco. WANTED. TWO TIRST CLASS HOSTLERS, one first class Wather. Apply to aXO-tf LAUD fc KELLY. FOR RENT. Ta Democrary f StoreyOoantj, bare noniin;iU-.I a tiiJoet , with Jewett Adams and W. E. F. Ditil for the Senate ; and these ani tlie A-ise-mblvmen are said, to if for Hack tlitciell for United States Senatur.' .AVe are afraid of slips. Hank, m kng an Tom WilHnms is alive and tartnjnng about for the Senatorial toga. Wc are opposed to personalities, political or ofberwaie, tbrvniKh the coatmclof a paklio jour, nal. Zai Rrjidirr. . . i - The same issue of the Register which 'eootains the foregoing ambiguous sen fence, in speaking of Sptaker Blaine em- I ploys the following impersonal aud cour teous phraseology: It is easy tors thief to dscl r on hi 000 r mce that h ia not a cuiurfc r r. . TBE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BV K. Levy. H nairmrinn given on the Mrst day of October next. U. F. lilCE, Agent. sSO-tf TAKE WARNING. - -.. " The"vT t. r. R."cdTPAsrr are anxious to tike dueprersraatia saiarnst a obi. dents and loss of life resultiilg " frfcm runiriiJff of their trains : and they take this method of warn ing parsn's. aud Knardians .afaiust -sha danger attending the too common practice of chrlcireh pbyiiig about their cars and looiiuiotivea. Those liav mif in charge the business of the Company find it impisaible to peksitadk boys. who fre qoent the tenuinr and stepping places of the road from climbing uHMt tlas can anil engiBea ; and they will feel themselves obliged' to resort to wore aeciueu measures if these annoyances are continued. Becrat accidents, which are wht.rlv ascrlbsble to the can'lessneoi of persons jumping J 011 ana on me cars wnen m motion, w ng anongh i themselves.' I-tf s2td ,C 1 A t! i i O H A WANT SUPPLIED! .' 1 a iff . i; , 1 ;n, HE PEOPLE OF C ARSON THAVE long felt the want of a '' ' HAY SCALE! T Mf H. M. YEltlNOTOX, Snpt. This wadl we' have fappUed by pladng- in pdoV . nun opposite uur store one ox . ,, KOWFS FINEST HAY SCALES! capable of weighing 20,0110 pounds. Trot ont soar fast stork and brfn ajonr yosr bf cattle and loaded wagons, and get them weighed, so that we can get some returns for the heavy oat lay that we have been to in snnDl vinir this Dublic should be I necessity. ' - 1 1 . . i.lf J Kl3.tr DAVIS & GILLSON. RICE & PETERS, P ' Agents, Canan City. ' H. F. BICE H. J. PKTEBS RICE TPETERS,; ' Stocls. Srolccirs (Office with Wells. Forgo t Co., CAB80N ST., 1 to.:A "CiBSOSClTfJ );. ; w ILL PIRCHA8B AXD SELL STKlrt-tT 05 COMMISSION Mining Storks and other Securities dealt in by the Shu Frauiiscu Stock and xchauge Hoard. SVAdvances made ou approved stock and Other securities. - , Carson. Sept. 6, 1S72. l.tf JOHN C. FOX. Carson Street,, opposite tbe CaoitaU. DEALEO IN BOOK". CURRENT LITERATURE, x 1 a. :v OH, WATCHES and JEWELRY. Funey Goods, i:t;. THIS ESTABLISHMENT COKfTAIX a complete assortment of all kinds of no- Ti'iifs, sPOHTUio appakatus and shelf goods. W Eastern papers and Magazines receiwd daily. Agent for all the weeklies and Dalies of the Pacific Coast. 1-tf JOHN G. FOX.