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ClISOSi THUUDATl t t l SEPT. 6 APPEAL JOB OFFICE APPEAL JOB OFFICE Pi o H El 1 CO GQ PS H h E J c3 o H n m o 63 CD J 02 a HI P3 1 1 bt) W Eh O c3 H o ! I CD n a 03 10 HI CO Hot peg H cd cd CO cd CP o 4 03 O a iH IH o QQ CO Phi CO cd CD D-i-fl C E-a m 03 CD O Pi f FEN. J03 OFFICE fj?rj:p C7FI3E RKPUBLICAX PUITFORM. Adagtedmttke Mepmblican Natimud Cmvmtim,mi The Republican party of the United States, as sembled in a National Convention, In the city of Philadelphia, on June 5 and 6, 1873, again de- clans ita laun. appeals to its aistory. and an nounces Its poaitkm upon the questions before me country. 1. During eleven yean of its fuvf-mmrr. ft accepted, with grand conrage. the solemn duties of tne time, it suppressed a mirantie rebellion emancipated 4,0lU,0UU of slaves; decreed the equal citizenship of all, and established universal suf frage. Exmmttng unparalleled magnanimity, it has criminally punished no wan for political of fenses, and warmly welcomed all who proved their loyalty by obeying the laws and dealing justly with their neighbor. It ha steadily de creased with a firm hand the resultant disorders of the great war, and initiated a wise policy to ward the Indians.. The Pacinc Railroad and sim ilar vast enterprises have been generously aided and successfully conducted; the public land free ly given to actual settler; taunigrslion encour aged and protected, and a full acknowledgment of naturalized citizens' right 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 tower rates: tne revenues nave neen carefully col lected and honestly applied. Despite the aunnal large reductions of rates of taxation, the public debt has been reduced during Omeral Grant's Presidency at the rate of $lov,0iH.uuu a year: a great financial cricis has been avoided, and peace and plenty prevail throughout the land. Men ecing foreign dimiculties have been peacefully and honorably compromised, and the honor and power of the nation kept in high nspect through out the world. This glorious reccrd of the past is the parry's best pledge for the future. We be lieve that tne people will not entrust the Gov- arnment to any party or combination of men composed of those who chiefly have resisted every step of this benincial progress. 2. Complete liberty and exact equality in the the enjoyment of all civil, political and public rights should be established and eJcciually main tained throughout the I'nion by efficient and ap propriate State and Federal legislation; neither law nor its administration should admit of any discrimination in respect to citizens by reason of race, 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 they are law. and should he 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 amendments. 4. The National Government should seek to maintain an honorable peace with all nations, protecting its citizens everywhere, and sympa- thyzing with all people who strive for greater lit it v. 5. Any system of civil service under which the subordinate positions of the Government are con sidered rewards for mere party seal, is fatally de moralizing, and we therefore favor a system by laws which shall acoljsh the evils of patronage. and make honesty, efficiency and fidelity es rial qualifications for public position, without practically creating a life tenure or omce. 6. We are opposed to further grants of public lands to corporations and monopolies, and de maud that the national domain be set apart for free homes for tne people. T. The annual revenue, after paying current debts, should furnish a moderate balance for the reduction of the principal; and revenue, except such as may be derived from a tax on tobacco and liquors, be raised by duties on importations. the duties on which should be so adjusted as to aid in securing remunerative wages to tne la borer, and promote the industries, growth and prosperity of tne whole country. 8. We hold in undying honor the soldiers and sailors whose valor saved the I'nion; their pen sions are a sacred debt of the nation, and the widows and orphans of those who died for their country are entitled to tne care ot a generous and grateful people. favor suca additional legislation as will extend the bounty of the Gov ernment to all our soldiers and sailors wno were honorably discharged, and who in the line of duty became disabled, without regard to length of service or cause of sues discnarge. 9. The dictrine of Great Britain and other Euro pean powers concerning allegiance once a sub ject always a subject having at last, through the efforts of the Republican party, been aban doned, and the American idea if the individual's ri&ht to transfer his allegiance having been ac cepted by European nations, it is the duty of our Government to guard with jealous care the rights of our adopted citizens against the assumption of unautnonzed claims oy tneir tonne r govern ments, and we urge continual and careful encour- agf ment and protection to voluntary immigration. 10. The franking privilege ought to be abol ished, and the way prepared fur a speedy reduc tion in the rates of postage. 11. Among the questions which press for atten tion, is that which concern the relations of capital and labor, and the Republican party re cognize the duty of so shaping legislation as to secure fall protection and tin amplest field for capital: and tor laoor, tne creator ot capital, tne largest opportunities and a jist share of mutual prohts ot tnese two great servants ox civilization. 12. We hold that Congress and the President have only fulfilled an imperative duty in their measures for tne suppression or violent ana trea sonable organizations in certain lately rebellious regions, and for the protection of the ballot box; and. therefore, they are entitled to the thanks of tne nation. 13. We denounce the repudiation of the public debt in any form or disguise, as a national crime. We witness with pride the reduction of the prin cipal of the debt, and of the rates of interest on the balance, and confidently expert that our ex cellent national currency will be perfected by a speedv resumption of specie iiayments. 14. The Republican party i9 mindful of its ob ligations to the loyal women of America fv their noble devotion to the cause of freedom ; their admission to the wider fields of nsef ullness is re ceived with satisfaction, aad the honest de mands, of any class of citisens for additional rights Hhould be treated with respectful consid eration. 15. We heartilv approve of the action of Con- grew in extending amnesty to those lately in re- for llicn, a-nl rejoice in tire growth of peace ana frstt-rnal feeling throughout the land. 16. The Republican party propose to respect the rights reserved by the people to themselves as cart fully as the now? rs dt It-gated by them to tntr state and to tne .ruder! uovernment. it disapprovra of the resort tJ unconstitutional laws for the purpose of removing evils bv inter fVrtuc with the rights not surrendered by the people to neither the State or National Govero nwnt. IT. It is the duty of the General Government to adopt such measures as wili tend to encourage American commerce and shipbuilding. Irt. W believe that the modest patriotism, the earner purpose. iund judgment, practical wis dom, incorruptible integrity and illustrious serv ices of Ulysses S. Grant have oummended him to the hearts of the Anatftcaa people, and, with him at our head, we start to-day on a new march to victory. FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CON FECTIUHS, ETC., ETC. THE UXimtSlCXEP HAS ON HAND and is daily lveiintf U Cfaoleest FrtUtf. FrcohvMt Vfnntablcw, Jlowt of Confectionat And like dVririldo aad n kccfSUMBnTAMUBIlUOR bfvucilt to UCu- M. B. UiJ pranfUjr flUrd mud dcUmndaa rdiRcUam. Z PBUMCH. irtt (Canu stent, ant to . OUBSKLTXS. - - THE KEY DAILY AFFEAL A DAILY NEWSPAPER A DAILY. NEWSPAPER A DAILY NEWSPAPER A DAILY NEWSPAPER Published in the interests of the ReDubtiran Party; a medium of local news; an advocate of wnat promises beat to the community by whom it is surrounded ; a medium for the frank dis cussion of all the issues of the times : and a ve hicle In which the business men of the State and city may make known their propositions and purposes. 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H-TOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT n pursuance of the order of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the state of Aevada. in and for Ormsbv County. made and entered on the twenty-first dav of Sep tember, ltT2, 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 parcels, as herein after described, for cash, and subject to confirm ation oy eaia District Court, on Tuesday, the fifteenth day of October, 1872, at twelve o'clock meridian, at the front door of the Court House of said Court, in Carson City, Nevada, all the riht, title, interest and estate of said Frank A. Garrett, minor, of, in and to those certain pieces ot iana in sua urmsoy county, state ol Aevada, described as follows, to wit: All the right, title, interest and estate of said r Tail a A. Garrett, minor (same being an undi vided cue-third), in and to that certain piece of land in the town of Carson City, called and known as and being block twenty-one (21 J of Phil lips addition to said town. Also: All the right, title, interest and estate of said frank A. Garrett, minor (same being about one undivided one twelfth (1-12) be the same more or less), in ana to tne east naif and nortn west quarter of the southwest quarter of section seven (7), in township fifteen (15) north of range twenty-one (21) east. Monte Diablo base and me- ridian, according to the I'niled States Public Land surveys, containing one hundred and twen ty ai res of land. Also: All the estate, right, title and interest of said Frank A. Garrett, minor, (same being an undivided one-third) of. in and to the followinir described land and real estate, (saving, excepting and reserving therefrom that certain piece of land in said Carson City, called and known as, and being block three (3) of Phillips' addition to said town, tne same being 170 feet north and south, by 181 feet east and west), to wit: miu 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 2S3 feei: thence south 20.1 feet: thence east, along the 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 street, 214 feet, to the centre of Phillips street; thence south along the centre of said Phillips street, 512 feet to the cen tre of King street; thence west along the centre of said Kins street. 744 feet: and thence north along the west line of Pine street to the place of beginning. iMuoracing part of wnat is known t r'nuiips Addition to said town. Terms and Conditions of Halet CASH Ten per cent, of the purchase monev to be paid to the undt-n; gned on the day of sale, balance on confirmatiou of sale by said District Court. Deed at expense of purrhafwr. ALFRED HELM. Guardian of Estate of Frank A. Gakukit, Minor. Carson, Aevada. Sept. 2-i. 172. 2J-td BUSINESS DIRECTOR V. Grocers. A. B. Drisbach, South Carson street. Mason. Cheney A Co., Penrod block, Carson and Telegraph streets. B. F. roster. King and Ormsby streets. Jacob Tobrint r, Carson and Musser streets. T. Beer k Bro., Empire. Markets. Eagle Market, Carson and Proctor streets Mat Kinckel proprietor. Citv Meat Market, -ving street Jo tin r. 3ieaer proprietor. liryr uoocis, Olcovih Bros., Carson and Fourth streets. Sneyt-r & Morrie, Carson street, adjoining ftells. Fargo k Co. Clothing-. Joe Bonenstock, Carson and Mnwser streets, topple k Piatt, Carson and Third streets. Liqaors ( Wholesale). Geo. J. Frver. South Carson street. i. II. Scott. Carson street, between King and Musst-r. Fraits. E. Ptrasich, Carson street, next door to theater. Druggists. O. P. TTjllis. Carson and King streets. C. F. Col ton, Carson street, opposite the Cap itol. Tea. T. Beer k Co., Empire City. Watrhea and Jewelry. John G. Fox, Carson street, opposite the Cap itol. Chap. W. Friend, Carson street, between King and Muster. Broken. nice A Peters, with Wells fc Fariro. Carson street. Insurance, Imperial Insurance Companv, of London Riif s. Peters agents. Omce with ell, rargu & CO. Banks. Bank of California, C street, Virginia City. Gift Concert. Gift Concert, authorized by law. for the ben efit of the State Insane Asylum. D. L. Blanc h- ard. Manager, Virginia City. John D. Kersey, agent, Carson. 11 very sttables. J. M. Benton, Carson struet, opposite Wells. Fargo k. Co. Occidental Stable, n mnie A David. Carstoi and Miisser Streets. Restanrants and Ijodna. Sazerac Bestauract, corner Carson and Proctor streets. Hotels. Ormsbv House. Carson and Second streets J. H. Meder 4c Son proprietors. St. Charles Hotel, corner Carson and ihird streets Geo. Tuily proprietor. warm bpnngs Hotel, on Kinpire turnpike, one and one-half miles east of Carson L. Eacha pclle proprietor. saloons. Theater 8aloon, Moore k Parker ; Carson Thea ter building. Bank Exchanr Saloon. Swecncv's building. King street U. R Bmwn proprietor. Old aazerac Saioon, Carson street, next to Ormsbv House Lewis A Thornton proprietors. Magnolia saloon, (bounty Building, Carson street Gage & May proprietors. J. A. Scott. Carson street. Daley's Exchange. C. street, Virginia City C. H. Daley proprietor. Palace Saloon, North C. street, Virginia City Tinker & Shepard proprietors. Stage Lines. Carson City and Virginia Ladd k Billings office in St. Charles Hotel. Genoa and silver Monnntain Luther Olds proprietor office at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Agency. J. D. Kersey agent. Attorneys. T. D. Edwards office in Sweeney's building. njng sueex. John O. Fox. Carson street. Cinara. Chas, W. Friend, Carson street. . aPhyaaeiaas. Dr. Ij. A. Herrfck, Homeopathist. Office in County Building. Virginia aad Trochee Railroad Company. Of fice, north of the Mint, oa Carapu street. . Namran. Ptnia Fscfc, pnaVsoirinal sick aTOJae. Wants, Apply at Mulkr'a Hotel. POLITICAL. UNION REPUBLICAN STATE CEN TRAL COMMITTEE AT A MEETING OF THE UNION REPUB lican State Central Committee, held in thin City on SATURDAY, July 27, 1872, the following business was transacted : Kesolvfd, That a State Convention of the Union Republican party be held at Reno on Wednesday, the 25th of September next, at 12 o'clock sc., t nominate three Presidential Electors, one Mem ber of Congress, one Justice of the Supremo 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 one delegate at large, one for each 100 votc-s, and one for each fraction over 50 votes cast for Alfred Helm, elected Clerk of the Supreme Court at the general election of 1870. Resolved, That in accordance with the resolu tion of the last Republican State Convention, the various County Central Committees, so far as tbo same may be practicable, be advincd to cause the primary elections to be conducttd as follows : First In each election precinct clubs shall b organized, the nieuitxrs of which shall vote at the headquarters 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 evt-ry precinct where there is a Registry Agrnt he shall also be a voter registered for the ensuing election. Third That the test for club membership re quired of voters shall be : Will you support the regular Republican ticket at the next eletion National, State and County and the Republican platform adopted at Philadelphia, and such fur ther test as the respective County Committees may prescribe ? RnolvfL That it is the sense of this committee that a contest at the primary elit'tiuiis between the candidates for United States Senator should be avoided, and that in order to avoid such con test, a plan should be devised by which the voters at the general election may have an opportunity of expressing their prefer nee for United States senator on their ballots, and that the members elected to the Legisltture shall be considered in structed in accordance with such preference, and we recommend this subject to the attention of the various County Central Committees. Delegates are apportioned to the several coun ties as follows : Churchill 1 Douglas 3 Ex;iit.ralda 3 E!ko 7 Humboldt 4 Lyon 5 Lander 7 Lincoln 4 Nye 4 Ormsby 6 storey v. Washoe T White Pine . lu Total So C. C. BATTEKMAX, Chairman. Geo. A. Krso, Secretarr. PRIVATE MEDICAL AID. QUICK CURES ANDMOOERAU CHARGES I DR. W. K. DOHERT Y'S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE Xo. 510 Sacramento Street, Corner ot sLeldeatlorlT St., a few doors below tne What Cheer House, San PraarUco, California. Private entrance on Lcidesdorff street. Established Expressly to Afford the Afflicted sounu ana scientinc Meuical Aid in the Treatment and cure of all Private and Chronic Disease. Cases of Secrecy, V and all Sexual DiaurdersV To the AiHicteVl. DR. W. K. DOHERTY returns his sincere thanks to his numerous patient for their patron age, and would take this opportunity to remind them that he continues to consult at his Insti tute for the cure of chronic diseases of the Lungs. Liver, Kidneys. Digestive and Oenito-l'rinary Organs, and all private diseases, viz: Syphilis in all its forms and stages. Seminal Weakhess and all the homd consequences of self-abuse. Uonor hoa, Oleet, Strictures, Nocturnal and Diurnal Emissions, Sexual I bility, Diseases of the Bai k and loins, Innamation of the Bladder and Kid neys, etc., and he hopes that his Ion? exoerience axd successful practice will cuutiuue to insure him a snare of public patronage. By the prac tice of many years in Europe and the Unittd Statts, ho is enabled to apply the most efficient and successful remediis against diseases of all kinds. He cures without mercury, charges mod erate, treats his patients in a correct and honor able way, and has references of unquestionable veracity irom men ol Known respectability and high standing in society. All parties consultiiur him by Utter or otherwise, will receive the best and gentlest treatment and implicit secrecy. To Females. When a female is in trouble or afflicted with disease, or weakness of the back and limbs, pain in" the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, ner vousness, extreme urinary difficulties, derani; . ment of digestive functions, general debility, vaginitis, all diseases of the womb, bvsten. sterility, and all other diseases peculiar tof- inaies, she should go or write at once to the cele brated female doctor, W. K. DOHERTY, at tis Medical institute, and consult him about hr troubles and diseases. The Doctor is effccticc mure cures than any other physician in the Sta:e of California. Let no false delicacy prevent you, but apply immedLttely and save yourself fn m paint ul suffering and premature death. All m ju ried ladies, whose delicate health or other cir- uuistandes prevent an increase in their fain Hi s should write or call at DR. W. K. DOHERT Y'S Medical institute, and they will receive cverv possible relief and help. The Doctor's omce are so arranged that he can be consulted without fear of observation. To Correspondents, Patients residing in any part of the State, how ever distant, who may desire the opinion and advice of DR. DOHERTY in their re. re live cases, ana wno tnmx property submit il writing a statement of Mich, in preference to haUAi personal interview, are respectfully rssured that their communications will be held most sacred and confidential. If the case be fully and can didly described, personal communication will bh unnecessary, as instructions for diet, reeimen and the general treatment of the rase itself (in cluding the remedies), will be forw&red without delay, and in such a manntras to convey no idea of the purport of the letter or parcel so trans mitted. V" Consultation By letter or otherwise. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay. Spermatorrhoea. DR. DOHERTY hits iust miblihed an in-tvt ant pamphlet, embodying his own views aid experiences in relation to Impotence or Virility, wcaue ouun x nit iv on sipenuaiorruwa or Sen -inal Weakness, Nervous and Physical Detul.t consequent on this affection, and other diseai of the Sexual Organs. This little work contains informal ion of the utmost value to all, whether nurrted or single, and will be sent FREE 1 y nail oa recelot of u cents is Doataos at - for return postage. aooress, . a. DOHfcKTY, M. D ffltMf ban Francisco, til.