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rARSO: MfllBAY tV t l SFt. W REPUBLICAN NOARINATICH8. or Pn-si.leau of the United States. -JL.YS-iiESS !-. i KA."T, of Illinois. ' Tor Floe President, of Massacnsetts. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Presidential ElMton: John H. jfills :.of Stony county A. J. Hatch ..of Washoe couutV vaults W". Hiunes. of Douglas county . . - Alternates: TV. J. Forties i ;......ot White Fine roantr J. c. Ha.'l-1; of I. yon countv John 1. Tnat of Elko county Kor Justice or tire Snnirmr Courts Thomas P. Hwfc-y.. : ...f Vh.tr Pine ronnty For Consmsman: C. C. Goodwin... of-Lander county " For Slate Printers C. A. V. Putnam of storey county. CQU3T7 RP"3LiSAH TICKET. rFor Snitor. . . . A. J. Lotkwond of Empire Jacob T lir:m r of Carson W. 1. HMh..MA...'v.M.....A-t, I'm O. 5. uyman ..-. : ..or EmptR i- or rtneriil. S. T. Swift of Carson For County Cleric, T. J. Edwards..;... ..jot Carson Ftar Trvawstrer, - - II. S. Mason. of Carson For Rccordcr- P. D. Kins. Sr . of Carson For Assrsstfr- J. P. Ftaie.-x-. . -s . jt- ...... . . of Carom For Wnrrryor, - Hngo K'-hholzer of Carson For Suu't Public Schools. L. S. Greenlaw of Carson ' For Publie Administrator, - I. O. Pierre of Carson r"t rtmBtr Cnmmhisioilefm, - B. H. Mdr (for long term) of Carson - xiiict, M'-rris f T sin Tt t.-rmr of Empire For Justices of the Fran, C. A. WttfcvtaKtt'er! Jowuaw!j.v.f Cxrsnn J. A. Hoover (E?iipjv Township) ...'..of Empire fori oaasaamea, . L. Steam (Carson Township) of Carson Lanjf tEiupirT.wii.hij0.....j..of Empire For School Traasteea, XHst. Xo. 1. . C. C. Atherton. of Carson ". F. Colton i...... v. .of Carson . A. LoveNiy... ...of Carson County Cratral CouauaiUoo. ' Geo. T. Bryant .;..of Carson -V P. ( han. s x-r lain of Carson J. SI. Benton J ...iofCanm S. 11. iut-s ..... ....of Empire Frank McCuilough ... of Empire THE XE1V XASBY. When we look at the character of the materials which make up the Liberal-Ke-r-nbliean - Possum - Democracy of this neighborhood, the capacity of Tom. Fitch's' political' ephagris his swal-' ler" and the retentive possibilities ol Lis atoniaeh; ar made, to seem miracu lously adapted to the gulping of crow- meat and the keeping of it down. First he abandons. Grant and the Republican party because there seems no possibility f the admission by a Republican Con gress of Deserei sa Hate with Hooper and Fitch as the Mormon and "Jack Mormouv Sunahrin there (Having made up has unetMdy mind t halt his Id prty associates, Torn enlists under t'ae vegeiarLm .banner of H. G.and hav fnj adjusted, his word-grinding machine to the new strain, he stuffs himself with the gnra drrJps of declamation and starts icr San Francisco to crave a chance to speck Lis glib and glowing and soulless periods to the soreheads; copperheads az-i hoodlums of that rity. And now he cames to Kerada to repudiate the square :md faithful political friends who sent iilm to Congress and renoBiiuated him f or a second term, and make his bed with Kendall, bis - scc-essful opponent: strike hands with the Democratic jour nalists who sought to make him infa- mou3;7' abu9 ' and misrepr&enttbir party whose efforts saved this Republic and to pint aod scheme and Sraikw. cheek .y jowl with, the ljolters and renegades n no, tTPt) rears ABOVT THK .rAXI. CROP OF LIU tfRAI. 1.1 Kli AXD DEMOCRATIC V (' ? " need; no almanac,' not even a polit ical, weathercodk like that one which will this year be issued by the New York Tri bune to tell us ' about this time look out for a fresh batch of Liberal Lies and Democratic Slanders'; The t-lCtiona-proaches, and the Fall .crop ot manufac tured falsehoods may be expected to come in in great quantities. Sc-hnrz, Sumner & Co. sprung thitlx -Frtuch unue mine njon an unprepared Congress; but, as everybody knows, the recoil was more disastrous than the 'jtrojectile, and they got scorched and ' beslnntted and bruised for their pains." Now, upon the shank of the canvass routes the sew ntal noisy blather about the credit wnbiiier, Oakes Ames and the bribery uf Republican members of Cogress ;.It is as empty that 'other old DemorTatie lie that Tom Fitch got Cuban bonds for his advocacy of recognition: as false as those stories about his having been mixed up in naugh ty and suspicious speculations in Wash ington Citycornerlots. That Tom never was gnilty of these Copperhead and sore head charges, sent broadcast by the Dem ocratic press, and re-echoed by the bolters who beat him tw years ago (and who are now his poEtical bedfellows), the fact of his tHng a " Reformer". aloUg with Clarke and Wells t.iid Bea Small, is corroborative evidence enough ! Ain"t it ? It would be quite as fair to sav that Mr. Fitth peddled Ins services to Brigr" ham Young and;barUired his immortal son! to the cause of " Poly gam v"f or Mor mon gold, and that he went to the At lantic States as a Latter-day wlf a) Gen tile shetps ctething, as to- nvr these charges at-Htjiejoor-tif 'OakeOmae, Dawes of Massachusetts, Speaker Blaine and others. Colfax has very explicitly and circumstantially refuted these slan ders as he doubtless would the copper head falsehoods re'arJiiio- r. Pitch (Now that Tom is on the inside of the Democratic camp he will doubtless be able to explain away, to his old accusers, the bad things they used to bring against him from those '-boyish" peccadillos up to the aforesaid city lot business.) From this time oa it will be well to be ware of strrprises. We. shall not be at all astonished to see it stated in that dreadful papor, the Carson Beffister, that Grant has converted the cellar of the White House into anapple-jack distillery; that Boutwell has caused a winz to be constructed through which he conveys off the surplus millions of the Trtasurv and sinks them mhts"pea "patch at Groiton; that Wilson is known to the detective force of New York as the man -who om mitted the Xathan murder; that Fish has negotiated a secret, treaty whereby Uncle Sam fs to be sold, into slavery To Queegi ictoria; and that . John P. Jones is the head center of a gang of counterfeiters and manufacturers of bogus bullion bricks. These be scalv times, and the Uegltt'-r is a desperate sheet and conduct ed by a terrible" desperate political essay ist; and when that merciless organ lias exhausted the crnJlt mobilicr business y - KXPLAX A TOR J. $enator Bobert , Mullen writes -jo ut from Belmont, Xy; county, denying in Yery emphatic terms the statement lately 'made in the Appeal regarding his aetioa ii tha Democratic County Convention there; and indignantly repels the accusa tion that he does not support " the great and good Horris ', as Forbes calls him. The statement was made upon the strength of a letter written from Belmont to a Re publican official here; and if what we said was incorrect the writer of that let ter misled us. We regret that the state ment is untrue; both on Mr. Mullen's ac count and our own; for while we should Lave been glad to have it corroborated that the Senator had been snatched. like a brand from the burning, we don't like to make mistakes in dealing with men and things. ASITSEMEXTS. This evening, at the Carson Theater, Thomas Fitch, the Edith O Gorman of politics, will emit what he knows in palliation-of the boyish follies of Horace Greeley; and on to-morrow night, at the same place, Edith O'Gorman, the Tom Fitch of the cloister, will tell her experi ences before she was an Escaped Xun, as aLso when nun but she escaped to tell the 'short but moving tale" of the convent and the confession box. The first will be free for all; the second will involve entrance tickets and gate money. liEGISTRATION. After thiir Reuo, it was tliscoveml that two of the Republi can i-amiidati-s for Presidential Eleiti.r lielil poi-itions nmhT the Pederal IjoTernmeiit. whi. h rtnd. ivd them ineliiphle to the Electorship. One of them. John H. Mills of Storev, yesterday forwarded his n-sigiiation as Assessor of luter- nai iwvenne lor the District of Nevada to the Revenue Department at Washinaton. The other. A. 1. Hatch of Washoe, who holds the position of. Deputy I'nited States Surveyor, has tendered hisresignation as a candidate for Elector to the Ileimbhcan State Central Committee. Enter. UNION REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE, f 1 .. 'TWERE WIU BE A MEETEVG OF the State Central Conimittee on Thursday, October 3, at 12 o'clock m. A full and punctual attendance of the members is requested, as busi ness 01 importance will be transacted. C. B. ZABliiSKIE, Chairman. Geo. A. Kino, Secretarv. Virginia. Sept. 27, ltfli. sSO-td DAVIS fc 6ILL80N. RACES! RACES! DAVIS & GILLS 9 N ARE STILL. I' THE FIELD WITH AN IMMENSE STOCK OYER THE CARSON RACE TRACK. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. OX SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1S71 CREAT WATCH FOR S500 THOS. II. DEV ALL names s.h. "Kekt," ov-Xor- folk: dain, by "Vulcan." JACK COXXERT names g.h. "BrKriLE akd Go." by "Xorfolk;" dalu'Duehess," by "Bulwer." SECOND RACE. PVHSE, $:!O....MILE AXD REPEAT. FREE FOR ALL TUOTTrXG HORs-ES. Xearest to Four Minutes. Five dollars entrance. r tnirance to cloop witn the Proprietor on the day of the ltace. Uaces oouiiueuce at 2 p. Admission to the track FiftT Cents s30-td J. II . COWTXG. Proprietor. fVinn'nia Chronicle copy. rpHEIR ( OXSTAXTLT IXC REASIXG trade keeps them employed in rcplcuisliiiif,' their stock and snpplying the wants of their nu merous customers with rosli Goods! LOW ZlATSS. s2a.td DRt GS AXD 31ED1CIXE. DRUGS AMD MEDICINES DAVIS & GILLSON The State Central Committee have been called to meet at Virginia City on Thurs day next; and then, as we suppose, this vacancy, occasioned by Mr. Hatch's re signation, will be filled. We heard the name of Wm. B. Taylor of the Elko ;- (frpendent suggested for the vacant place. Vie heartily second the motion. The press is entitled to a representation amongst we electors as well as amongst the alternates, and we know of nobody, press-ganger or other, whose name would better grace the ticket than that of Bro. Taylor. As an humble mem ber of that illustrious body we propose to vote for hun. PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, SUPEMR CHEMICALS, Etc., Etc., Etc Laxdeb CorxTY Democratic Legisla rrvE Ticket. By a private dispatch we are informed with regard to the Legisla tive numinous put in tLa field bv the Dem- oeracy of Lander county at their Conven tion on Saturday last: Senator, Geo. W. Cossidy; Assemblymen, A. E. Titns, S. M. Henley, Burgess and Geo. S. Hupp, lias, we believe, is not a Garber ticket; althongh, as we leam from the Register, the Judge hag been prospecting the great Eiist " with an' eve to business." O. I. WILLIS Dispensing Chemist, HAS fOXSTAXTLY IX STORE AT his place tit business, corner ut CAKSON and KIXG s:reets,a full and complete assortment ot everyming pertamine to a first-class Drug more: ana Keeps, in their season, all choice va rieties ot Field and Carden Seeds AIM), Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which goods fresh supplies are being m cora oaii . X. B. Particular attention paid to the com pounding ox PRESCRIPTION'S At all hours of the day and nioht. Bjr a continuation of past favors is solicited. JJAVE JrST RECEIVED BY RAIL. flttsH FROM THE KILXS. th; TONS California Lime! which they offer at hus rnu-a than ever b ft- AlfK) on hand and for salt) CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS i-tf drugs: drugs: drugs: C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY p.p. wnxis. WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES! look out for something harrowing. ago r headed "ty Bob .Iarke, denounced him and villifiad him from every stump and every curbstone and in every shilling grocery in Western Nevada. If the Conglomerates can gkth- r any benefits from anything that Fitch mr.y say or do under these circumstances the y can extract more substance from the shining brass of fifppant fretense than ever was done before; and if he carries v. ith him, in addition to his well-worn. original stock of sclias3urance enough of .-i supplemental supply thereof to sustain nun to-nigiif, -then r he possessed of a vast ami sterile and unfiuTOwed wilder ness of imperturbable chaek whose bound less cuticle knows no blush and which :u-ver may mantle with anvthingmore ! vt ly than a bald and r pcllant. eflruntery. The Daily Piqchi EEvirtf is the name f a new and very pungent Itepubliean laily just started at the county seat of Lincoln county, by Kenyon & Co. the " Co. bc-ing Joe Wasson, the long-geared, red-hsade J brother of John Waggon. Joe is a tart in the writing line; and savs mighty peert things and keeps a coming. Good luck to the Eecieio and its conductors. JrDGixa from the tone of the Eureka Seidihfl, Cassidydoes not aKogetheT rel ish the capture of the State Printer's nomination by Lewis; and Lewis, in Sat urday's Crescer.t, aeens'.s Cassidy of being a sorehead. It wiil be a queer thin" if the unholy alliance entered into bv.the Liberals and Democrats don't breed, by- and-by, some scandalous quarrels. Geo. Cassidy, for instance, k'U! blurt' out what he thinks, let the consequences be" wliat they may; and Lewis is just its much given to talking back. Now, as every body in Eeno knows, Lewis went to the regular Bepublican primary and pledged himself to support Grant and Wilson; and in less than a fortnight his paper came out for Greeley and Brown. Now this sort of summersaulting right in broad daylight, and in public, is bound io make somebody talk, and such comments will lead to rejoinders and sur-rejoinders and rebutters and sur-rebuttera,;and demur rers and back-talk of all sorts; and the now Happy Family will be turned into a den of roaring wild beasts j the tempo rary political millenium will be " busted up" -and chaos will come again end what will happen liexieabont will occur all over the country; and Republicans will have to step in as mediators and peace- preservers when the false colors which flaunt "anything to beat Grant" have been hauled down and cast into the rub bish pile where the waste and. refuse of old political odds and ends are suffered to ac uraulate, and the forces of the False Prophet have been disbanded and dis persed. I E are very sorry to observe that Mr. Xevers has been beguiled into permitting his name to be used as an indeiiendent nominee for Count Commissioner. Asa Bepublican who has been honored bv his party, the more proper proceeding would have been to submit his name to the county convention and abide ita decision. We trust he will see his mistake and with draw. WHOLESALE AXD RET All. DEAL. ex in Drugs, Chemicals,1 ' Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, . Carden Seeds, Etc., Etc. ALSO, , j Pure Wines and Liauors For Medicinal Fse. Xotice. Uereaf ter the Express Office of WeUs, F.Tgo k Co. will close at 6 H o'clock, p. n. Let ters deposited in the Letter Box up to 10 o'clock p. M will be forwarded by the night train. s-lw - A. F. BICE, Agent. PERFUMERY. Just received, a fine assortment of THE BEST t Kt.M a AM) LXliLISII PEB.PUMERT (sill and Examine It. WOOD MEN TAKE NOTICE! JCST RECEIVED AXD stored in our new . ; .. rj i , safelv Persons desirous of renting rooms in private residences are requested to let the same be known to Laid & Kelly, as there Is continu ally a demand for the same. Pendins the building of the Ormsbv House, E. Fred Brooks, the well-known and popular dealer in books, stationery, musical instruments. Puns, nishing tackle, toys, cigars, tobacco, jew elry and fancy goods, has removed to Millard's store, next door to Bail's hardware store, oppo- Doe in ms oia siana. sij Cm f. coLToy; : DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY 'I" raDEHSHSXED WOl GIVE nis personal attention to compounding phy sicians' oregcriptions and disnensinn fmlieinek and having had more than THIRTY YEARS ex perience as an apothecary, is conlident that he can pive satlsxaction. SPRESCKIPTIOSS COMPOODED At ATT. Rnnu - C. F. OOLTOX WANTED. FOFR ABXE-BODIED IXWHERHEX t Vlirk III TKPil ll.,.l nr..r. I.w.,,,- WANTED. , CP" TRST CLASS HOSTLERS, bl fliciu.iiaa nasuer. Apply to LAUD & KELLY. FOR RENT. rBIHE STORE SOW OCCUPIED BY I M. Lew. f(HtM;iim .ii i-..n 1111 thu Swrf iluv ncu. u. r . tuut. Aliens. s20-tf GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE. THE ROOKS OF REGISTRATION t th.. I i . . . . - ,fli t-ieciion HJ oe ueia on xues- I day. Xovember 5. 1M71 nnw nnm t r, nm, I tieweiry Of a in empire City, fo. Empire and Bninswivk MiU Precincts, Ormsby eonntv, Hevads, and will re main open until Monday, October 21, 187a, at six o'clock Pi M, on that day. mmi-ut .Amtn HOIUUS, Kegistry Agent. CHAS. W. FRIEND, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND EN GRAVER, CAKSON CITT, : . . . . .NEVADA tEAlER IX YVATCHES, SILYEK- M J Al.l., Fine Jswelry, Clocks, etc., And keeps constantly on hand the finest brands of Havana, and Domestic Clears, Smok- i " 11(1 t-neiving- Tobuccoi, Fines, Cutler', Sta tionery, t?iC. Watches, Jewelrv. Mathematical and En. ITineering Instruments carefully repaired and warranted. , . II Descriotions Made to Order. S7Sole agent for the celebrated CRESCENT SPECTACLES. Carson city, Sept. 9, 1872. 1-tf Iron Jlasaziiie, 800 KEGS CALIFORNIA POWDEk, And 50.000 Feet Fuse. This Powder was shipped at car-load rates and Will be sold at AGENT 3 I'lilCES. DAVIS GIia.SO.X, A WANT SUPPLIED! T HE PEOPLE OF CARSOX have' long felt the want of s HAY SCALE! This want we have finppHwi bv placing wu vinjbim our store out of HOWE'S FINEST HAY SCALES! capable of weighing 20.000 pounds. Trot out y!Jr, M"i bring "long yonr beef cattle and loaded wagons, and get them weighed, so 5 .0! c"! same returns for the heavy out lay that we have been to in snnnleimr tin ...o.i... necessity. r 23-tf DAVIS & GILUSOX.