THE Ml WILY 1PPEAL
CABMMt HATl'RDAVl t t iSEPT.
For President of the raited States.
IILYWSKH W. GRANT,
For Tic PnsidrBt.
For PmUntlal Elrrtarat
John H. MilL f Storey county
A. J. Hatch ..of Washoe county
James W. Haiara....... of Douglas county
DT. J. Forbes. of White Pine county
J. C. Hazlett ....................of Lvon county
Jobs l. Treat. ...... . of Elko count?
Fear Jnstiee m the fiaanw t'aart t
Thomas P. Uawlej of White Pun county
C. C Goodwin of Lander county
Fear Mate Printer i
C A. V. Putnam of Storey eCunly.
BtMUT CMHTT KfllBUCAl TICHT.
A. J. Lockwood. .......... ......of Empire
Jacob Ti'hriner. of Carson
W. 1. Keyaer.. of Carson
1. B. Lyman .........................of Empire
S.T.Swift.... of Carson
Fsr raaaty Clerk,
T.J. Edwards. of Carson
Fa Tress rer,
U.S. 3faaon..........4t of Carson
8. D. King. Sr. of Carson
Fear la Winer.
J. P. W mnia of Carson
Hugo Horhbolti r. rf Carson
Far Sap'l PabUe Srbaox.
L. S. Greenlaw . of Carson
For Pnhlie Administrator,
J. O. Pierce of Carson
Far Caajnty Caaa iifssle mers.
B. H. Miler (f r long term of Canon
Jan Mum for ahort term) ........of Empire
Fear J slices of the Peace.
. A. Withereli (Carson Township).... of Canon
J. A. Hoover (Empire Township) of Empire
Far real stables,
L, stearn (Carson Township) ....of Carson
Lang (Empire Township).......... of Empire
Far Kcfcaal Trmstees. Dtst. No. 1,
ft. O. Atherton. of Canon
O. F. Coltoo. .....of Cirvo
J. A. Lorejoy- of Carson
Caaa.tr Central Catnnalttee,
Oeo. W. Bryant of Carson
V I. Chamberlain ...... of Carson
J. St. Benton of Carson
s. r- Jones of Empire
Frank atcCuUcugh. of Empire
the too prevalent apathy and indifference
which now pervade oar ranks.
We have men amongst as whose power
is well as whose duty and interest it is to
strive to call up the fighting spirit of th
iuy. It is needless to designate these
men they are known wherever the name
of Nevada is spoken. Let the eloquent
tones of Senator Nye and the strong com
mon sense of John P. Jones be heard
-mJ made manifest throughout the State.
Let Mr. Stewart make it appear that the
canvass here is worthy of his energy and
skill in debate. It fulls to the newly
chosen State Committee to draft these
and others into the service of the party;
and not that alone, but there should be
invitations extended and inducements of
fered to the effective speakers and work
ers of California to cross the Sierras and
lend us their help. There is Governor
Booth of California, Governor Woods of
Utah, the brilliant Eastman, the strong
and logical Edgerton, thiit spirit-tiro ;isiug,
fearless, effective speaker, Eev. Cox of
San Francisco and that most earnest of
speakers, Hon. George C. Gorham
Some, if not all, of these can be induced
to give os a helping hand. Anyhow, it
can do no harm to invite them. We
can't infuse too much vim and fire into
this canvass we can't win too complete
a vietory; and ire cannot iriu anytlung un
less rtfiglit for it ! Meantime, precious
time is slipping away and the grass is
growing under our feet.
Oub amiable and sweetly ingenuous
contemporary whose exhalations rise like
the morning vapors from the hoary sum'
mit of mount Pisgah, and whose nostrils
snort forth the dreadful breath of Demo
cratic fire (from the second story of Kail's
tinker shop) is attempting in a Graham
bread and buttermilk sort of fashion, to
create distention in the Republican ranks
by stroking the fur the wrong way on the
backs of Judge Lewis' friends. We warn
our Republican readers against these
subtile and insidious attacks by the deep
and diabolical I ago of a newspaper which
tdus comes in, like a stealthy watermelon
thief, to create the political heart burn in
the sensitive stomachs of confiding and
unsuspecting innocence! This Joseph
Bjgstock of a political organ (we refer to
that reprehensible and darkly dangerous
deceiver, the Daiiy Register) may be
rough sir: it may be toush sir; but it is
devilish sly and again we warn un-
weaned and uususpecting Republican
children of tender years against its blood
chilling machinations! Ir6ttm sap.
Como " Crawford has been nomina
ted in Lyon county on the Republican
ticket for the legislature. He and Captain
Hart (of the G. A; R. ) and Mack, for the
assembly and Davenport for the Senate,
ought to walk over the course. It will
look decidedly natural and very proper
to see " Como's " healthy and robus
tious corporosity meandering hereabout
DAVIS k GILLSON.
DAVIS ft GILLSON
ARE STILL IN THE FIELD
WITH AN IMMENSE STOCK
rpHEIR CONSTANTLY INCREASING
trade keeps them employed in replenishing
their stock and supplying the wants of their nu
merous customers with
DBFGS AND MEDICIHES.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES.
PERFUMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS,
Etc, Etc., Etc
ACTION THAT WILL ONE DAT BE
THE CANVASS AND ITS DITTIES.
After many weary weeks of strife be
tween the rival factions of the Republican
party; and after the very complete victo
ry of one Senatorial interest over all op-
poattioa. and the securing of a decided
domination of that interest in the man
agement of the party's affairs, all of us,
those of the minority and those of the ma
jority as well, are brought face to face
with the fact that we must close up ocr
ranks, forget all dissensions, jealousies
and disappointments and lie prepared to
move in harmony, with confidence and
under the inspiration of enthusiam upon
the lines of the common enemy, in less
than six weeks time or. that being un
prepared for the pending battle, we mist
expect to suffer the chagrin and dire con
avxrnences of an overwhelming and dis
Jfow it is but too true that np to date
there has been nothing done by the lead
ing men of the party to arouse the fight- j
ui j spina ui uw organization: io De sure
there has been a good deal of hard scrab
bling at the primaries and much plottin;
and scueming for advancement within
our lines; but there has not been as much
as a lively skirmish with the enemy not
one earnest or e ffective aggressive move
ment. It is luyh time that we advanced
our position. We have wrangled so long
wi-Ji one anouitir as almost to forget th.it
over there, in his entrenchments lies the
enemy, his flag flying, his guns trained
ar.d shotted, his guards mounted and
his pickets stationed. In what condition
is our force? Are we ready for all the
great emergencies of the time? Are we
prepared not only to repel a sadden at
tack from the enemy, but, also, to make
one upon his lines when such offensive
operations may be necessary?
Those who have got themselves com
missioned to high places in our organiza
tion; whose voice and counsel and exam
ple are Deeded to set our squadrons in
the field in battle array and arouse that
ardor and courage which are indispensa
ble to success, they should hesitate no
l inger to place themselves at the head
of our columns, inspire us with their bat
tle words and their courage, and marshal
tu the way that we should go. Xow,
too, should the State Central Committee
be up and stirring. There is, down in
the hearts of the people, a latent enthus
iasm for our party's principles and nom
inees and achievements which has but to
be rekindled to give us ardor and high
spirits, courage and energy in place of
Of course it is for the apparent inter
ests of Lyon county that the Sutro Tun
nel should be completed. It is no
doubt a present benefit that the work on
that undertaking should be prosecuted
with vigor and pertinacity. Such an en
terprise involves the spelling of much
money; and such expenditures are pop
ular with and profitable to the general
community. But while all this is
true it was a very extravagant and
needless party declaration to pledge
themselves as the delegates and nom
inees of the Republican party there
did, that they would snpjiori no man for
the Senate of the United States who
would not promise to give his help and
influence in favor of Sutro 's project. In
the first place this tunnel constructing
enterprise is a mere private project for
gobbling the profits of mining operations
on the Comsiock is nothing more nor
less than the hardest kiad of a monopoly
and it has no more business to be thrust
into a Republican platform than it has to
be made a supplement to the Bible; and.
moreover, should Sutro prove as effect
ual a bore to the Cemstock as he does to
the men he bnttonhol.-s, he will, one of
these days, so set up stop for himself in
the county of Lyon as to make all men
who object to the one-man-power expe
rience a regret that they ever were instru
mental in placing so big a political lever,
so heavy an instrnniTt for bad ends, so
exclusive a franchise within the hands of
any man. When foreign capital shall
come to take Lyon county by the throat
and force its mill men and its miners to
accept the grinding terms which they
may dictate, this resolution, so hastily
and thoughtlessly pressed through the
Lyon county Convention will be regretted.
Furthermore, the Espublieans of Lyon
should remember that Sutro has made
himself the special patron and chatnpion
of Kendall, and as su eh is undeserving of
any Republican sympathy or assistance.
Whes any opponent of Senator Xye
shall think of repeating the stale old false
hood that he is "a carpet bagger," let
him be reminded that they who come
under that distinctive title are not com
monly the proprietors of so homelike ;
residence as that which our reporter has
described in the local columns of to-day's
Pebsonb desirous of renting rooms in private
residences are requested to let the same be
known to I -Aim Jc Kelly, as there Is continu
ally a demand for the same.
Pending the building of the Ormsbv House,
R. Fred Brooks, the well-known and popular
dealer in books, stationery, musical instruments,
puns, Dishing tackle, toys, cigars, tobacco, jew
elry and fancy goods, has removed to Millard's
st4.re. Df-xt door lo Kail's hardware store, oppo
site to uts oiu stand. sl4
GRANT & WILSON CLUB MEETING
pPHERE WIU. BE A MEETING OF
tno li-rant and Wilson Club, at the District
Court ruoni on Saturday, S pt-nibt-r :1H, at half
past seven p. m.. for tne tnaLsaction of busiiwis.
A full attendance is desired. K27-lt
GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE.
THE BOOR OF REGISTRATION
lor the General Election to be held on Tues
day. November 5, 1872. are now opt n at my office
i " uiijuc " tut uiv anu xtruQSWlcs jum
Precincts, Oraisby county, Nevada, and will re
main open until Monday." October 21. 187 at six
o clock r. at. on that dav.
riT-td JAMES MORRIS. Registrr Asent.
FOrR ABLE-BODIED LCMBERMEN
to work in vard- wtir--u Inntiiiu I
S2.-II i. t. UUD.
rrnvo first class hostlers,
a vucjuHcuis nuut-r. Apply IO
s23-tf LADD k KELLY.
DAVIS & GILLSON
TJAVE Jl ST RECEIVED BY RAIL.
HUSH 1KOM THE KILNS.
which they offer at lefts rates than ever before
sold in CiTrton.
Also on hand and for sala
CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS
WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES!
orara ui s jxosTHi-T. we nare re
ceived a copy, by mail, of Scribner's
Monthly Magazine for October. This
is an elegant number of this best of
American periodicals. Folio-wing is the
table of contents: Mignonette, a poem
Ernst oi El Lsheim; Poem by John Hay;
On the Tobacco Plantation; In and about
Paris, (This is beautifully illustrated);
Modern Athens illustrated; Broad Views;
My School at Fern City; Two Ways to
Love; Autamn, Game on the Praries;
Her Face; At his Gates (Mrs. Olirh int's
story); The Queen of the Bees; Loiter
ing About a French Chateau; A Visit to
the Grange; Mr. Beecher as a Social
Force; A Village Bull on the Harz; Let
ter to a Yonn" Journalist: Autumn
oices; Topics of the Time; The old
Cabinet; Nature aad Science; Home
end Society; Etchings,
Basks. The Virginia Chronicle savg
that there is an efi'ort to get Banks, of
Massachusetts, to come to this State and
make some speeches in behalf of the Lib
erals. In view of Lis great success in
Maine and Lynn we think it would be a
good investment for our side if Repub
licans were to advance the money to get
him to come!
rPHE STORE NOW OCt't'PIED BY
X Levy. Possession riven on the first day
w uvufuuuui. u. r. tut, Acm.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
pEVTLEMEX DEKIRIA'G ELEGAXT
j apartmr uts ran be at-conuiioaated by apiilv-
at this office immediately. 1-tf
rPHERE WILL BE A MEEZTXG OF
X tne l. Andrews Society of Vufu Citv. at
tl- County Clerk's office, on Saturday next, Sep-
KTIUUCT AO, MOW CIOCS, P. M. IV linilT OI
WM. PIEBSOX. President,
slCtd ADAM KLLIOTT, Secretarr.
1HE0RMSBY COUNTY REPUBLICAN
THERE WILL BE A -HEETIVG OF
tne a bore nanied Committee on Satnrdav
evening neat, at c o'clock sharp, at the County
i-ieras more, oniily uuiiaing. It is desired
Wat every memlk r should be in attendance.
slft-tf GEO. W. BRYANT, Chairman
WOOD MEN TAKE NOTICE!
JUST RECEIVED AXD SAFELY
stored in our new
800 KEGS CALIFORNIA POWDER
And 50.000 Feet Fuse.
This Powder was hiiwd at car-load ntoa mil
win oesoia u AlET s PRICES.
DAVIS A GILLSON,
HAS COXSTANTLY I.V STORE AT
his place of business, corner of CARSOX
aim KING 8' reels, a full and complete, assortment
of everyihiug ptrtaining to a nrst-class Urua
Store; and keeps, in their season, all choice va
Field and Carden Seeds
Patent Medicines and Perfumery
Of all of which goods fresh supplies are being
N. B. Particular attention paid to the com
At all hours of the day and night.
By" A continuation of past favors is sclicitud.
-tf O. P. WILLIS.
DRUGS! DRUGS! DRUGS!
C. F. COLTON,
DRUGGIST & 1P0THEC1RY
BOLESALE 'AXO RETAIL DEAL-
Fancy and Toilet Articles,
. Oils, Brushes, Soaps,
Pure Wines and Liauors
For Medicinal I'ae.
Just received, a fine assortment of THE BEST
r UCH AND fcSuLlSH
CmII and Examine It.
C F. COI.T),
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
THE lXDERl(iED WILL GIVE
his personal atu-nliou to compounding Dhv-
si tans prescriptions and dispem-im; medicine,
and havimc had more than THIRTY YEARS ex
perience as an apothecary, is vomidcut that h
can irive satisfaction.
' PnEscBipnoNs Compounded at tu Horn
!-tf C. P. COLTON.
NSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
HAS COMPLIED WITH THE LAW)
of the State of Nevada, rtoniriiv
CHAS. W. FRIEND.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND EN
CAESOX CITY, KEVADA
aEALER is WATCHES, SILVER-
Fine Jewelry, Clocks, etc..
And keeps constantly on hand the finest brands of
Havraaua and Domestic Cljram, Smolt-
"as aM Vlunrtng Tobaccos,
Pipes, Caller;, Sta
tionery, e. e.
aWWatcbes. Jewelrv. Mathematical and En.
gineering Instruments" carefully repaired and
Jewelry of all Descriptions Made
7Sle agent for the celebrated
Canon City, 8ept. 9, 1872. 1-tf
A WANT SUPPLIED!
rnHE PEOPLE OP CARSOX HAVE
long felt the want of a
This want we hare rapplied by placing in posi-
uuu opposite oar store one ox
HOWE'S FINEST HAY SCALES!
capable of weighing 20,000 pounds. Trot out
your fast stock and bring along your beef cattle
and loaded wagons, and Ret thein weighed, so
that we can get some returns for the heavy out
lay that we have been to in supplying this nublic
DAVIS 4i GILLSON.
Sound Business Considerations wh
tbe Imperial Nhoald be Preferred!
First It was established n iuli .. .v,-
oldest FIRE Insurance Company represented in
the I nited States.
hecond It has a subscribed eanital of nnn -
000, of whic h SJ.SK'.OUO is aiu up in Gold, witii
tuuimujaied assets oi ?'i.l6.0J5, ln&k-
uK ii i ouce me Btrung-sl and liichcst Fire In
surance Company in the World.
Third Tins Company does a Fire Bnsinras
Exclusively, and none of its assets are liable
to lie diverted for life or jiakixe losses, as is tlie
case with aijl other English Companies reprt
sented on this coast.
Fourth This Company's losses at CHICAGO
were less than one hcnksbo thousand dollass.
and have been paid in full, dolxab for w - . .
FALKXEK, BELL 4; CO.,
General Agents for Pacini- Coast,
J0 California street, San Francisco.
RICE & PETERS,
Agents, Carson City.
B. J. PTES
RICE c PETERS,
(Office with Wells, Fargo k Co., CAKSOS ST..
yyiLL PIRCHASE AND SELL
STEICTLY OX COMMISSION
Mining Stocks and other Securities dealt in by
the Sau Francisco Stock and Exchange Board
eyAdvanccs made on aDurovea ut-ir 1j
Carson. Sept. 6, 1872.
JOHN C. FOX,
Street, opposite the Capital,
BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE,
I I A. If OS,
WATCHES and JEWELRY,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS
a complete assortment of all kinds of
tions, h pouting apparatus and shelf goods.
Eastern tulim t-m -mi w. .. ;
daily. Agent for all the weeklies and Dalies of
the Pacific Coast. 1-tf JOHN J. FOX.
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