OCR Interpretation


The new daily appeal. [volume] (Carson City, Nev.) 1872-1873, September 25, 1872, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Nevada Las Vegas University Libraries

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86076182/1872-09-25/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE Jfl7 DULY APPEAL
AT t i SEPT. S3
APPEAL JOD OFFICE
APPEAL JOB OFFICE
D
CO
PI
8
Ed ' CO
O 3 .a
1FPEALJC3 OFFICE
lFrSLJC3CFFIB
(23-tf
H g" 5 L fl
W -S I 8
-j 3 fe l
p. ft I
P-fl "c W 2
3 "Pi
RKPimicAN rumu.
JOqMtr ewsmiun XaHtmai Cuialin, at
rWliaartpaaa, MM a, IMS.
Tbe Republican party of the United States, as
snnbled in a National Convention, in the city of
ihtiautiptua. ob June iM a, ltr.. again de
clares ita faith, appeals to its history, and an
nounces its position upon the questions before
the country.
1. During eleven yean of its aupresnacy, it has
accepted, with grand courage, the sob-mo duties
ur tne timet, it suppressed a gigantic rebellion;
emancipated 4,0U0,uwuea' slaves; decreed the equal
citiaenship of all. and established am venal suf
frage. Exhibiting unparalleled magnantaiity.it
nan criminally punished no man for political of
femes, and warmly welcomed all who proved
llieir loyalty by obeying the laws ana dealing
justly with their neighbors. It has steadily de
creased with s firm hand the resultant disorders
of the great war, and initiated a wise policy to
ward the Indiana. The Pacific Railroad and sim
ilar vast enterprhws have been generously sided
snd sui ssf ully conducted; the public land free
ly given to actual settlers; immigration encour
aged and protected, and a full acknowledgment
of naturalised citiaens' rights secured from Euro
pean powers. A uniform national currency has
been provided, repudiation frowned down, the
national credit sustained under the most extra
ordinary burdens, and new bonds negotiated at
lower rates: the revenues have been carefully col
lected snd honestly applied. Despite the annual
large reductions of rates of taxation, the public
debt baa been reduced during General Grant's
Presidency at the rate of flUu.OUu.ulw a year: a
great ""p"'1 encia nas been avoided, ana peace
and plenty prevail throughout the land. Men
ecing foreign dimicultiee have been peacefully
and honorably compromised, and the honor and
power of the nation kept in high respect through
out the world. This gka-iooa record of the past
i a the party's best pledge for the future. We be
lieve that the people will not entrust the Gov
ernment to any party or combination of mtn
composed of those who chiefly have resisted
every step of tin bewncial progress.
2. Complete iiDerty anu exact eqnaiiry in ut
the enjoyment of all civil, political and public
rights should be established anal effectually main
tained throughout the Union by emeient and ap
propriate State and Federal legislation; neither
lmw njr its administration should admit of any
discrimination in reapect to citiaens by reason of
rare, creed, color, or previous condition of servi
tude. 3. The recent amendments to the National Con
stitution should be cordially sustained because
they are right, and not merely tolerated because
tbry are law, and should be carried out according
to their spirit by appropriate legislation, the en
forcement of which can be safely trusted only to
the party that secured those saw lalim ills.
4. The National Government ebculd seek to
an honorable peace with all nations,
protecting its citJxana everywhere, and synipa-
thyzing with all people who strive for greater
liberty.
a. Any system of civil son too under which the
subordinate poatl in of the Ouietwautnl are con
aidered rewards for mere party seal, is fatally de
moralising, and we therefore favor a ay shun by
laws which shall acoush the evils er pan
snd make honesty. snV.w nry and fidelity
tial qaalllkcatiotai for public position, without
practically i mating a life tenure of office.
C We ere opposed to further grants of public
hunts to corporations and aaonopoUea, and de
mand that the natiimal doasain be set apart fur
free homes for the people.
7. The annual revenue, after paying i
debts, should furnish moderate mdance fi
i pal; aaat revenue, except
such as may be derived from a tax on tobacco
and liquors, he raised by duties on import rftnaa,
the duties on which should he so adjusted as to
aid fen securing remunerative wagea to tne la
buser.and promote the industries, growth and
prosperity of the whole onaaary.
ft. We hold in nadying honor the soldiers and
sailore whose valor saved the I'aioo; their pea-
ai nl ewbt or the miaai. asm the
of those who died for their
are entitled to the aura of a gem roue.
and grateful people, we favor aura additional
letfhdatioa as will extend the ho tj of the Gov.
to allowreoiawre and sailors wao were
y diet bar Krd. ami who is the Haw of
duty became disahlrd. without regard to length
of service or nasi of such cnschaigi
. The du-truEaTGraat Britain aaat other Karo-
peaa powers cxmcerniag alfrgisnrr. norr a sub
ject always a subject having at hmt, through
the courts of the hVpnbUraa party, been aban
doned, aad the iawrti an aba of the individual's
riant to transfer hie allegiance baveag been
ceptcd by European aatiiins, it is the duty of our
Go 1 1 rami at to guard with jealosa care the rights
of our adopted cutaeaa aamast taw aaaaasptiua of
by their former govern-
Dbents, sad we urge continual and careful encour
agement and prutoctiuci to voluutary inamigratiop.
lu. Tne fraaalag privilege ouj.nl to Be abol
ished, and the way prepared fur a speedy redac
tion ia the rates of postage.
11. Among tar aueauuns waica press lor ararn-
tkm. ia that which euncerna the relationa of
capital and labor, and the atepahUcaa party re
cugniae the duty of eu shaping legislation as to
secure full protection and the amplest field for
capital: and fur labor, the rwator of capital, the
largest opportunities and a just shear of mutual
profits of these two great servant of civilisation.
IS. We hold that I'nngiim aad the President
have only fulfilled an imperative duty in their
na annus for the aauprtasioa of violeat and trea-
sonable grdxatious ia certain lately rebellions
regions, snd fur the protection of the ballot box:
ami, then fore, they are entitled to the thanks of
tne nation. -
13. We denounce the repudiation of the public
debt in any form or disguise, aa a national crime.
We witness with pride the reduction of the prin
cipal of the debt, aad of the rates of interest on
the balance, and conddently expect that our ex
cellent national currency will he perfected by a
speedy resumption of specie payments.
14. The aVpubiieaa party ia mindful of its nb
ligstkms to the loyal women of America for their
noble devotion to tne euaae of freedom : their
admission to the wider fields of nsef ullneas is re
ceived with sstiafactioB. and the honest de
mands, of any class of citiaens for additional
righta should be treated with respectful eouMd-
erstiuo.
13. We heartily approve of the action of Con
gress in extending amnesty to those lately in re
bellion, s-Ht rejoice ia tne growtn of peace ana
fraternal feeling throughout the land.
16. The Republican party propose to respect
the rights it-served by the pei-ple to themselves
as can-fully as the powers delegated by them to
the State and to the Federal Government. It
disapproves of the resort to uoronstitutional
laws for the purpose of removing evils by inter
ference with the rights not surrendered by the
people to neither the state or National Govern
ment.
1. It Is the duty of the General Government
to adopt such measures as will tend to encourage
Ainericsn omimerce and ehipbuikling.
IM. we believe tnst tne iuodot patnotuim, the
earnest purpose, auund judgment, practical wis.
dom. incorruptible uitrgnty and illustrious arrv
irea of Ulysses S. Grant have roni mended him to
the hearts of the American people, and. with
him at our head, we start to-day on a new march
to victory.
RESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CON-
FECTICES. ETC., ETC.
T
HE OnE3UiIGWED HAS ON HAND
and is daily rtveiving the
CliotaoMt: Frnltsv
Fretslaeert Va3Btblss
Ilueft of Confwtlons,
Aad like desirable and reasonable goods, and
keeps the bcst aaauUTauarr brought to the Car-
am market.
K. it. Orders promptly filled and delivered as
perdirrrta. E. PKK.mlCH.
1-U (Caisou struct, next to Theater aalouu.)
OURSELVES.
THE NEW DAILY APPEAL
A DAILY NEWSPAPEK
A DAILY NEWSPAPER
A DAILY NEWSPAPER
A DAILY NEWSPAPER
Published in the interests of the Brpublican
Party; a medium of local news; an advocate of
what promises best to the community by whom
it is surrounded ; a medium for the frank dis
cussion of all the issues of the times ; snd s ve
hicle in which the business men of the Stste snd
city may make known their propositions and
purposes.
FBIENDS OF
FBIKltDS OF
FBODiDS OF
FKIKNIW OF
REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES
REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES
REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES
REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES
Are invited to examine its columns, and, if satis
fied with the manner and matter of its editorisls
to assist in giving it an increase of circuistion
and a broader mqiyiKir upon public opinion ;
NEWSMONGERS
NEWSMONGERS
NEWSMONGERS
NEWSMONGERS
Are besought to lend its columns the weight 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 requested to give it a fair chance of success
by subscribing for it ana advertising in it;
THE INTELLIGENT READER
THE INTELLIGENT READER
THE INTELLIGENT READER
THE INTELLIGENT READER
Ia urged to peruse its short hut moving columns:
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 he found
dead under a light-hiding bushel ia invited to
present, la duly spi i Ifiid form
AX ADVERTISEMENT
AN ADVERTISEMENT
. AN ADVERTISEMENT
AX ADVERTISEMENT
Of what he ran do, what he ea
he can be found and what he wants.
OUR BOOKS
OUR BOOKS
OUR BOOKS
OUR BOOKS
ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS
ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS
ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS
ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUBSCRIBERS
aXB
OUR COLUMNS
OUR COLUMNS
OUR COLUMNS
OUR COLUMNS
FOR
FOlt
FOB
FOB
THOSE
THOSE
THOME
THOSE
WHO
WHO
WHO
WHO
wonji
WOULD
WOULD
WOULD
ADVERTISE
ADVKBTISE
ADVERTISE
ADVERTISE
THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE
THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE
THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE
THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE
has been set np, full and complete, and we are
now prepared to print
POSTEES POSTERS
POSTERS POSTERS
POSTERS BILL-HEADS POSTERS
POSTEES POSTEES
PSOTERS POSTERS
PROGRAMMES
PROGRAMMES
PROGRAMMES
PROGRAMMES
BLANKS BLANKS
BLANKS , BLANKS
BIANKS LETTER-HEADS BLANKS
BLANKS BLANKS
BLANKS BLANKS
Etc., etr., on th shortest B tire, in the b-saetyle
and with iiiawi jeiaaitili dia atch. This is
AN APPEAL
AX APPEAL
AN APPEAL
AN APPEAL
To your patriotii-'ni, lore of literati re and bust-
s iulcU-geut .
. HEXBT K. MIGHELS,
Proprietor Nt-w Appeal.
LEGAL ADVEBTISEMENTS.
GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
in pursuance of the order of the District
Court of the Second Judicial District of the
Stste of Nevada, in and for Ormsby County,
made and entered on the twenty-first day of Sep
tember, lKTi. in the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Frank A. Garrett, minor, the
undersigned, guardian of said minor, will sell at
private sale, in three several parrels, aa herein-
aiter aescnoeu, tor casn, and subject to connnn-
stion by said District Court, on Tuesday, the
mtecmn oay twxooer, trrrj, at twelve o ciock
meridian, at the front door of the Court House
of said Court, in Carson City, Nevada, all tbe
right, title, interest and estate of said Frank A.
Garrett, minor, of, in and to those certain pieces
oi lanu in asm urmsny uounty, Bute of Mevada,
described as follows, to wit:
All the right, title, interest and estate of said
Frank A. Garrett, minor (same being an undi
vided one-third), in and to that certain piece of
land in the town of Carson City, railed and
known as .id being block twenty-one (21) of Phil
lips' addition to said town.
Also: AU the right, title. Interest snd estate of
said Frank A. Garrett, minor (same being about
one undivided one twelfth (1-12) be the
more or less) . in and to the east hall and north
west quarter of the southwest quarter of section
seven (7). in township fifteen (15) north of range
twenty-one (31) east, Monte Diablo base and me
ridian, according to the United States Public
land surveys, containing one hundred and twen
ty acres of land.
Also: All the estate, right, title and interest of
said Frsnk A. Garrett, minor, (same being an
undivided one-third) of, in and to the following
described land snd real estate, (saving, excepting
and reserving therefrom that certain piece of
land in said Carson City, called and known as,
and bring block three IS) of Phillips' addition to
said town, tne same Being 170 feet north and
south, by 181 feet east and west), to wit: com
mencing at a point on the west line of Pine
street in said town, opposite the centre of Spear
street, running thence east along the centre of
said Spear street 'JN3 feet: thence sonth 3U3 feet:
thence east, along tbe north line of Telegraph
street, 247 feet: thence south 236 feet, to the
north line of Proctor street: thence east along
the north line of Proctor afreet, lu feet, to the
centre of l-nilllps street; tnence eouth along tbe
centre or earn raiuips atreet. aix feet to tne cen
tre of King street; thence west along the centre
of said King atreet, 744 feet; and thence north
aloag the west line of Pine street to the place of
beginning. Km bracing part of what la known
as rnwips Addition to aaid town.
TVrwaa
CASH Ten per cent, of tbe purchase mo
to be paid to the undersigned on the day of aale.
balance on confirmation of sale by said District
Court. Deed at expense of purr baser.
ALFRED HELM.
Guardian of Estate of Faaas A. Gaaans, Minor.
Carson. Xevada, Sept. 2a, 18Tx. sXS-td
TJBIK
DUtECTOatT.
A. B. Drisbech. Sooth Carson atreet
Mason. Cheney A Co.. penrod block. Carson
and Telegraph streets.
H. F. rioter. King and Ormsby streets.
Jacob Tonriner, Caraua aad Mi
T. Beer k Bnk, Empire.
Eagle Market. Caraoa and Proctor streets Mat
Binrkel proprietor.
city Meat auraet. King street Joan r. aeder
proprastor.
Oleovif h Bros.. Carson and Fourth streets.
Sheyer it Morris, Caraua atreet, adjoining
wells, rargo ft Oo.
Joe Rnsinsvnrfc. Caraoa and Mueaar streets.
Kopple Piatt, Caraoa and Third street.
Geo. D. Fryer. South Caraoa street.
J. K. Soott, Caraoa atreet, between King aad
E. Ft laali h. Carson street, next doer to theater.
O. P. Wilns. Caraoa aad Sine streets.
C. F. Coltun. Caraoa atreet, opposite the Cap
itol.
Tow.
T. Brer Jk Co.. Empire City.
Wauhafaaa aw J Jewelry.
John G. Fox. Caraoa street, opposite the Cap
itol.
Chas. W. Friend, Caraoa street, between King
ana ausser.
Imperial Insurance Company, of London
Bice k Peters agents. Office with Wells. Fargo
a uo.
of California. C atreet, Virginia City.
Sin CMCerL
Gift Concert, authorised by law. for the ben-
em of tne mate insane asylum. V. u. Klancn-
ard. Manager. Virginia City. Juha D. Kersey,
agent, lareou.
uvary SMSlta . .
J. X. Beaton. Caraoa atreet, opposite Wells.
Fargo A Go.
Occidental stable, Winnie a David. Caraoa and
Street.
Saarrac Restaurant, corner Caraun and Proctor
stieeta.
Hatela.
Ormsby House. Carson and Second streets
B. H. Meder at son proprietors.
St. Charles Hotel, corner Carson and Third
streets Geo. Tufly proprietor.
warm springs Motel, on rJuplre turnpiice, one
snd one-half ml la aaat of Caraoa 1 Lacha-
pelle proprietor.
Theater Saloon. Xcore k Parker : Canon Thea
ter building.
Bank Exstiange Saloon. Sweeney's building.
King street B. B. Brown proprietor.
Old Saarrac Saloon, (anon atreet. next to
Ormsby House Lewis A Thornton proprietors.
Magnolia Saloon, County Building, Carson
street Gsge A May proprietor.
4. A. scon, an.u street.
Daley s Exrhsmee. C. atreet. t inriuia Citv C.
H. Daley proprietor.
Palace Saloon. North C. street, Virginia City
Tinker A Shcpard proprietors.
StagsUaea
Canon City and Virginia I .add A Billings
office iu St. Charles Hotel.
Genoa and Silver Monuntain Luther Olds
proprietor office at Wells, Fargo Co.' Agency.
v. averaey sgeni.
Attorneya. '
T. D. VA sarda office in Swecm-r'a buikling.
ajug hi reel.
John G. Fox, Carson street.
Clgara.
Chas. W. Friend. Canon street.
Dr. L. A. Herrick, Homeopathlst. OfBce in
county iHuldiiig.
Virginia and Truekee Kailroad Company. Of
fice, north of the Mint, on Caraun street.
Denis Peek, professional sick nurse.
- WaaU
Situation wanted. Apply at Mailer's Hotel.
Bice it Paters, with Wells k rargo, Carson
atreet.
lamairaaie.
POLITICAL.
UNION REPUBLICAN STATE CEN
TRAL COMMITTEE
AT A MEETING OF THE TXIOS KEPrii
lican State Central Committee, held in this
City oSATrRDAY, July 27, 1872, tile foUowiua
business was transacted :
Jffsofrai, That a State Convention of the Union
Republican party be held at Reno on Wednesday,
the 35th of September next, at U o'clock to
nominate three Presidential Electors, one Mem
ber of Congress, one Justice of the Supreme
Court, and one State Printer, snd the transaction
of such other business as shall properly come be
fore said Convention.
Jtaolrtd, That each county be entitled to one
delegate at lare, one for each 100 votes, and one
for each fraction over 50 voles cast for Alfred
Helm, elected Clerk of the Supreme Court st the
general election of 1870.
Baoivtd, That in accordance with the resolu
tion of tbe last Republican State Convention, the
various County Central Committees, so far as the
ssme may be practicable, be advised to cause the
primary elections to be conducted as follows :
First In each election precinct clubs shsll be
organised, the members of which shall vote at
tbe beadquartem 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 shsll also be a voter
registered for the ensuing election.
Third That tbe test for club membership re
quired of voten shall be : Will you support thu
regular Republican ticket at tbe next election
national. State and County and tbe Republican
platform adopted at Philadelphia, and such fur
ther test as the respective County Committees
may prescribe r
Raaktd, That it is the sense of this committee
that a contest at the primary elect ions between
the candidates for United State Senator should
be avoided, and that in order to avoid such con
test, s plan should be devised by which the voters
st the general election may have an opportunity
of expressing their preference for United States
Senator on their ballots, and that the members
elected to tbe Legislature shall be considered In.
atructed in accordance with such preference, and
we recommend this subject to tbe attention of tbe
various County Central Committees.
Delegates are apportioned to the several coun
ties aa follows :
Churchill..
Douglas ...
Esmeralda.
.. 1
.. a
i
. 4
..
.. 7
. 4
. 4
. A
.19
. 7
.IU
Elko.
Humboldt.
Lyon
Lander....
Lincoln ...
Nye .
Ormsby ....
Storey
Washoe
White Pine.
Total Hu
C. C. BATTCBXAX, Chairman.
Gao. A. Kmo, Secretary.
PRIVATK MEDICAL AID.
mat mm ummmun ouuksi
OR. W. K. DOHERTY'S
PRIVATE
KSEBISALAE3 3SS.SAL ISSTITUTE
Private entrance on LtdesdoHT street.
Established FTpwoaly to ACord the Aaw-teit
ausxaxt aaat acieattae Medical Aid la the
Treatment aad car. of all Frrvato aad
Chnmic Diseases. Ceeea of Secrecy, .
if and all Srxaal Diaurders aa
To taw AmUetal.
DB. W. K. DOHKBTV returns hia sincere
tank to hia numerous patient for their patrtai-
ag . and would take this opportunity to remind
them that he continues to consult at hi Insti
tute for the cure of chronic rtlarsei of the Lungs.
uver, Kidaeya, Diaratise aad Gamto-lnnary
Organ, and all private diataeia. tit: Syphilia in
all ita foous and atagea, a -i I Weakheaa and
all the horrid consequences of selfbuae, Gonnr
hosa, Uieet, Strirturea. Nocturnal and Diurnal
Emissions. Sexual Debility. Diseases of the Back
and loins, lanamatioa of tbe Bladder and Kid
neys, etc., and he hopes that his long experience
and SBcceasful practice will continue to insure
mm a aaare of public natronaice. By the prac
tice of many yean iu Europe and tbe United
States, he m enabled to apply the moat enViettt
and successful remedies against diaeaaea of all
l. ate cures witaout mercury, eawnera mod
erate, treats his patienta ia a correct and honor
able way, and ha references of unqiustionable
veracity from men of known respectability ami
high standing in society. All parties consul ting
him by letter ur otherwiae. will receive the beat
and gentlest treatment and implicit secrecy.
To Voaaalea,
When a female ia in trouble or afflicted with
disease, or weakness of the back and limbs, pain
in tne aeaa. aimnem of Bight, toes of muscular
power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, ner
vousness, extreme urinary difficult),-, derangi -
t of aigestive function, general debility.
vaginitis, all rtiiiai-w of the womb, hysteria.
sterility, and all other diseases peculiar to fe
males, she should go or write at once to the cele
brated female doctor, W. K. DOHERTY. at hi
Medical institute, and consult him about her
troubles and diseases. Tbe Doctor is effecting
more cures than any other physician in tbe State
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent you.
but apply immediately and aave yourself froi.i
painful auffering and premature death. All mar
ried ladies, whose delicate health or other cir
cumstaudes prevent an increase in their families
should write or call at DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S
Medical Institute, snd they will receive even-
possible relief snd help. The Doctor's office
are so arranged that he can be consulted without
fear of observation.
To Corves woMrlewta.
Patients residing in any part of the State, how
ever distant, who may disire the opinion anil
advice of DR. DOHERTY in their respective
cases, snd who think proper to submit iu writing
a shtfcnient of such, in preference to holding a
personal interview, are nspectfnlly mured that
their communications will be held most sac red
and confidential. If the case be fully and can
didly described, personal ronnnunii-ation will be
unnecessary, as Instructions for diet, reeimen
and the general treatment of the case itself (in
cluding the remedies), will be forwared without
delay, and in such a manner as to convey no idea
of the purport of the letur or parcel so trans-
11111W11.
Consultation By letter or otherwise. Free.
Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay.
DR. DOHERTY has just published sn import
ant pamphlet, embodying his own views snd
experiences in relation to Impotence or Virility,
being a Short Trest.es on Spermatorrhoea or Sem-
nesaness, nervous anu raysical Debility
consequent on this snectiou. and other diw-aat
of the Sexual Organs. This little work contains
information of the utmost value to all, whether
married or single, and will be aent FREE by
mail oh receipt of six cents in postage stauii-'
for return postage.
Aaorees, . a. duuekty, M. D.,
sl!Mf mm Fraucisco. CaL
Nek alw oiroawaata foot. CawaMw
oa IsvMewaVareT rM.. m awor aVsasra
hill ii taw What Chew Maw...
Moua Frwaalsrsyfiarawwiia.

xml | txt