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CARSON i nUD.IT t t 1 t IwvV. 18 REPU8LICAN NOMINATIONS. Far President of Itae Catted States, DLVSHKH H. GRANT , . at XUmim. Tot Tlce fwum nENRY WILHOX, of MwmHH. IEPUSJCAHJHTE TICKET. ' Far PmMnlU Kkr1m JohaH. Mill. ........of St-irvjr county Va, b. Taylor... ............ ....of Elkocoonty James W. Haines.............. of loulas eouiny rT"- AMeraatrst W.J. Foe..... of White Pine eotrafy David L. Hastingt.. ............. of I.von county John P. Trs .................. .c fclkocwanty Far Jssstice mt the Saareasc Crartt Thomas P. Hawley of hit Pine count j C. C Good win...... TTfToi Lander county Far Scat Printrrt C. A. T. Putnam of Storey county. CCUlin REPU31KAI T1CUT. - r ' Far Seaartar, - A. J. Lockwood of Empire Far Aaseaafcjjrnse-sa, JaeobTobriner ............. ........ ...of Carson W. . Keyser. of Carson D. &V Lyoun .. . .... .of Empire Far Sheriff, 8.T. Swift . of Canon Far C'Malv Clerk, T.J.Edstarda.. ........ of Carson Far Treasurer, H. &: Mason.. of Carson Far Keearater, 8. D. King. Er of Canon Fur Assessor, J. P. Winnie. of Canon Far Samrar, Hago Hueibo!i.r. of Canon Far Map' Paklic ScBKssla, L. 8. Greenlaw of Canon Far Public Adnsinistrater. J. O. Pv-rce of Carson Far Cannty rniaanlsslenc rs. B. H. Meder (fi ko Urm) n Canon James Morris (foe short te rm) - - of Empire Far Jasticea na the Peace, C. A. Withere 11 t! -.rsun Township) of Cwson t. a H.r (Butpjrv Township) .....of Empire . - - Far Cetravables, " L-fKearn (Cru Tewnsiup... ...... .of Carson W. M. Lang (Ksnprra Titwnship . . . . . .nf Empire Far NckMl 1'raiUn, IMa. Xe. 1, C C. Athrrton. of Cirson C F. Colton. of C irson J. A. Lovejoy of Carson Caanty Ceatral Csaaaa itlee. Oeo. W. Brvint of Cuna S. D. Caaotb-rlain o Cirsuo J. M. Benton ...... -f rsrson H. K. Jtm.-s ...................of E npire Frank McCulioogh of Empire I3TE mm Kxna raw rainras to m soi Ye have ely Ti day mad Katnr y Left to m It Us OsUa- Tws Days. Ia the above we have said pretty near ail that need be said to anybody who don't need guardian. The simple re minder, that now is the accepted time. now is the day of salvation, ought to be enough hint to the most slavish and heavy Wod. Don't wait fur the rash for yeu may get "hot oat," as the turfmen Bay. Ton, whose names are not on the poll lists, go and register sow ! H.. B. District Attorney Patterson in forms us ta it tha Registration closes at sur.dncn on SMardiy, and not on Monday. Horry op, or overboir I yoa go ! THE CONGRESSIONAL CONTEST. Straia! Par iaj the Strangle. As we have time and again striven to impress upon the minds of our readers, the result most sought and most hoped for by the Democracy is the securing of a majority in Congress. To accomplish this end th?y have brut all their energies to gain Congressmen and Legislatures, and through" the action of Legislatures, the choice of Democrats for the United States Senate. It needs hut a dud ob server to notioe that in their selection sr.f I Congressional nominees and in their choice of candidates for the Legislature tha Democracy select from their own number men who, if elected, will vote for Democrats and none others. There is not one Liberal Republican, save Bob Clarke, nominated for a political office in Nevada and he, Clarke, is put off with the empty and insignificant distinction of a nomination for one of the Presiden tial Electors. It is the cherished end and purpose of the Democracy to steal back their power. - They had full swing in Con gress np to the time of the secession of the Southern Members. It is a startling fact, full of significance, that with the outgoing from Congress of the rebels of the South, a Democratic majority was loot in that body. - Without the help of rebels and traitors the Republicans and loyalists can never be defeated. Nevada's part in this struggle is plain enough. - She must stand by Goodwin and stand by the Republican Legislative nominees or two thirds of our Congres sional representation win be Democratic. Kendall so more dares to cast a vote in Congress in opposition to the demands of the Bourbon Democracy (and when it comes 'to actual politics Bourbons and Possums are all of a kiduey ) than he would dare to have his true Congression- al record made known to his blarneyed constituents.1 The fact is Kendall is a true Possum. It is also a fact that he is as bigoted a Loco Foco as ever came from that Devil's half acre of mean find unsa vory Hanker Democrats, Waldo county. Maine, He can no more advance than a crirp'.ed crawdsh: no more shake off his old, seccndiiry, chronic, scrofulous here sies than a Gipsy peddler can help till ing forunes and stealing poodle dogs; can no more avoid Toting with Jim Brooks and Dan Voorhees than he can hold a first class rank in his profession of the law. Nobody ever heard of the' Bum un til Governor Bradley and the Democratic State Central Committee had hired him to stand his nomination and make the canvass against Fitch. lie' is quite as common a man, and of quite as little con sequence as a Congressman or a politi cian as he arrears. lie is the most bol- tered and most extravagantly puffed and blowed of any third-rate pol itician we' know of." His reputation is a bladder of wind pnek it with tha touch of h m-wt investigation and it will collapse as completely as a broken soap-bubble. His backers know this; and for that reason they ke p him surrounded with the foe and smoke of puffing and laudation. M reover, we shrewdly stfspect that the wily Sutro feels enoogh tnierestel in his election ta fur nish him with the sinews ot war. We are Tory glal to be assured tU:it Catrley Goodwin is making it very hot for him in this joint discussion in the Eastern counties. - While it behoaves Republicans to keep watch over the fight between Goodwin and Kendall and stand in, with rare constancy, for Goodwin, not less strenuous shouH be oar effjrU to make sure of the election of a Republican ma jority in the Legidature. The Democ racy boast that this is their year. Thev say that now or never is their opportu nity to give Nevada a Democratic repre sentation in both hjiises of Congress. Republicans! think for a moment of Nye's place bein filled by Adrian Ellis, Harry Thornton or Tem Williams! would this not be a sad se.rael to our earlier records? Time was when ' there was not oneDemoer.it in the Nevada Assembly. Shall we re veree this order of .things, and notoniy permit a niajoiity of Demo crats in that body and the Senate as well, but give the Legislature license to send amnestied rebel soldiers to succeed James W. Nye? These are serious questions; and the more serious part" of the" matter is that we must answer them within less than twen-y days. Is the Republican party of Nevada prepared for th) issue? Has each member of the party done all in his power to mika the pending response a wise, safe and onsisteni one? Rein-em ber that the rebels are working with might and main, trading Greeley and do ing everything in th- ir power to retrieve the advantage whlth they surrendered whan their Senators and Representatives resigned their seats to go with their seced ing States. Let this most momentous issue nut be forgotten. ' . kippers and the business comntunity generally. : This breaking of the line will be but a brief interruption, we may be sure; for Superintendent Terington never lets any obstacles stand long in his way; and when the connections are again per fected we shall come to appreciate the worth of our hitherto undervalued rail way conveniences. REPUBLICAN VOTERS! Keep These Maria ia Hind t In reply to the demagogues and hypo crites who are repeating the long since exploded lies invented by Carl Schurz and reiterated by the soreheads who feasted themselves upon slanders and malignities at Cincinnati, let our Repub lican friends call to mind the practical magnanimities of their party and of their Presidential candidate; and when oppor tunity is presented for its quotation, let them repeat this resolution from the plat form adopted by the Soldiers' and Sai lors' Convention at Pittsburg: We cherish no spirit of revenEetoward our fel low citizens of the 8outh. The magnanimity of our late Colli man (i r-in-Cbief on the held of Ap potuattox was a surat ieut plUre of the I'nion anujr that the bloouy chasm of the wjir was closed, and with uialit-e toward none, but with charity for all. we extend the ritht band of fel lowship to all those who accept in eood faith the results of the war, and who will xtend to every American citizen, of wkateTtr race or color, the rights which are solexnuly gutranteed br the Constitution of the I'nited Slates, and the laws made an pursuance thriv of. - And let these terse and telling words uttered by President Grant in his hist message to Congress not be fogotteu: 1 would sum up the policy of the Administra tion to he a thoronh enforcement of every Us: taiThlul culhction at the tax provided lor; economy in the disbursements of the same, and a prompt paymeiit of the debt of the nation: a rt-ductiou of taxra as rapidly as the requirements of the country will admit: redm tlon of taxation and tar.ff to be so trammed as to afford the great est rt-bef to the greatest number: honest andtair dealings with all ottu-r people, to the end that war. with all its blightiui; consequences, may be avoided, without sum nd ring auy right orobli. Ration due to the tnitnl Stairs; a re tor in in the treatment of the Indians, and the whole crvil service of the country: and anally, in securing a pure, untrammeled ballot, where every man en titled to cast a vote mar do o just once at eai'h election, without fear of molt station or proscrip tion on account of his political faith, nativity or color. I". S. GkajcV. You want no better or more complete and satisfactory answer to every charge brought against the Administration and its supporters than is contained in the foregoing. Keep these savings in mind until sundown of election d;iv ! " POLITICAL. PUELIC SPEAKING. n H. TAYLOR W1XI. ADDRESS Mm the people on the political issues of the uay, at: Beao Friday Oct. 18 Wiaarmocca Motarday Oct. 19 raioHville Monday Oct. SI Austin Thursday ......Oct. 4 Eareka Friday Oct. 85 Hamilton Satnrdaw Oct. 2i Pioche Monday Oct. 28 Treasnre City... Wednesday ...Oct. SO Shrlbarn Thursday Oct. SI SprscrmoBt ....Friday Nor. Elko Monday Nov. AV1B A CIIXSON. PUBLIC SPEAKING. HON. C. W. KENDALL, DEMO cratic and Liberal Republican nominee for Congress, will address I be people on the political topics of 'the day, at; Spruce Mt Friday Oct. 18 Shelbarn Saturday Oct. 19 antilton Monday Oct. 21 Pioche Wednesday -...Oct. S3 Eureka Friday Oct. 25 Austin Saturday Oct. 26 Belmont Monday Oct. 28 Carson City Wednesday Oct. 3U Dayton Friday Nox. 1 Virginia City. . .Saturday Nov. 9 P. S. By mutual agreement, C. C. Goodwin, Republican nominee for Congress, will meet Mr. Kendall at most of the above mentioned places. Oll-td TArvE NOTICE. rjWE REGISTRATION BOOKS WILL . C lose an Saturday, October 19th, at 6 o'clock, P. M. RICH'D R. PARKINSON. alO-td GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE. THE BOOKS OF REGISTRATION for the Gemral Election to be ht Id on Tues day, Novembt r a, 1872, are now open at my t.thce, and will remain open until Saturday, Oct. 19, 1ST2. at 8 o'clock, r. M . ot that day. The pay ment of a poll-tax is n t a prt requisite to regis tration. RICH'D K. PARKINSON. Ex-officio Registry Agent for Carson Precinct, Ormsby County. n:t-ld GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE. THE BOOKS OF REGISTRATION for thf Ot-ncml Election to be held on Tuetv diy, November 5, 1ST , are now optn at my office in Empire City, for Empire und Bruuswuk Mill Previnvte, Onnsby county. N vada, and uill r main open until Monday, Ot: tuber 1, l&li. vt eix o'clock P. M. on that dav. Ki7-td JAMES MoliRld. Ktistrr Agent. Xo Enterprises were received here yestenUy. The tunnel fire seems have cut off the C-irsou supply of that excelleut mediant of news. Pebsoxs desirous of n ntw rooms in private residences are n. quested to let the same be known to Ladd k Kexxr, as there Is continu ally a deznand for the same. Nonce Hereaftt-r the Express Office of Wells Fargo k Co. will close at 6 S o'clock, p. x. Let' ters deposited in the Letter Box ap to 10 o'clock p. x. wiu be turwarded by the niglU train. bju-iw ti. r KlCE, Ai?ent. Pending the building of the Onn&bv House, B. Fred Broolg. the well-known and popular dealer in books, stationery, toosical Instruments, guns, lushing tackle, toysv cigars, tobacco, jew elry and fany goods, has removed to Millard sttre, next door to Rail's hardware store, oppo site IO llii oiu sutua. B14 SOCIAL DANCE Spooner's Station A VERY SERIOIS DISASTER. The iuterurmptiun censed to the pas sage of trains over the Virginia and Truekee Railway by the burning of the American Flat tunnel is the most serious and damaging disaster speaking in a business aeuse that has ever occurred to that undertaking since its commence ment, except, perhaps, the washing out and carrying away of parts of the line last Winter. This interruption comes in favorable weather, it is true, and seems likely to involve much less of disaster than if it had taken place liter in the sea son; but this sudden cutting off of the wood and timber supply of the up trains and the ore supply of the down, must, unavoidably, cause a great deal of in- rWlHERE WIU. BE UIVK.X A GRAND FAREWELL BALL! At Spooner's Station, on the evening of THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 187 The public is invited to attend. SL. E. SPOOSEB, Proprietor. slfi-td OR. PETER WEST WUTILL. HOLD SEANCES IN CARSON IT at tne White House, commencing on Satur day 13th inst. SR. WEST answers written ques tions folded so as not to be seen by him. Has writing produced on a common slate, bj the bands of tbe invisible. Mates Clarvoyaat Ex. convenience, expense and loss, not only j a ruinations of minerals and locates mines. to tne itmrway company, but to the null Makes examinations of PERSONS DISEASED. ana mine owners wiio nave come t he ! dependent upon the facilities of the road for the constant and pressing needs of transportation involved in the successful prosecution of their business. It m. st be remembered that all, or nearly all the mills that are employed in working the ores from the Crown Point and Belcher mines are situated upon the line of this railway; and while it is quite a possible thing for the mill proprietors and mine owners to again have resort to their old mule and ox team f reightings, the inter ruption is still a very serious one to them. to say nothing of the expense and annoy ance which will be felt by miscellaneous and gives prescriptions. Hours of sittings, from 9 a. at. to 4 r. av Circles every other night. olO-td JOHN C. FOX, Carson Street, opposite tJie Capital, dealer rac BOOKS, CURRENT LITERATURE, l'IAOH, WATCHES and JEWELRY, I'ancy Goods, Etc. rpBTsl ESTABLISHMENT CONTAINS JL s complete assortnieDt ot all kinds of so-Tias-s, seoirrrao apparatus and shelf goods. 7" Eastern papers and Hagaaines received daily. Agent for all the wseklies and Dalies of the Pacific Coast. 1-tf - JOHMO.FOX. DEIGS AXD MEDICIXES. DRUGS AND MEDICINES DAVIS ft GILLSON ARE 8TH.I4 IN THE FIELD WITH AN IMMENSE STOCK GENERAL MERCHANDISE. rpHEIR CONSTANTLY' INCREASING trade keeps them employed in replenishing their stock and supplying the wants of their nu merous customers with Frosli Goods X DAVIS & GILLSON JJAVE JVST RECEIVED BY RAIL. FRESH FROM THE KILNS, TEN TORTS California Lime! which they offer at less rat a than ever befora sold in Carson. Also on hand and for sals CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS. PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES, j PE&UMERY, SUPERIOR CHEMICALS, Etc , Etc, Etc O. I. WILLIS! Dispensing Chemist, I AS CONSTANTLY IN STORE AT II place of business, curser of CARSOM kuu KING streets, a full and complete assort! nt of everything pertaining to a nrst-clasa Dnu; i Store; and keens, in thuir. season, all choice va rieties of Field and Carden Seeds ALSO, Patent Medicines and Perfumery Of all of which goods fresh supplies are being received daily. N. B. Parucolar attention paid to the com pounding 01 PRESCRIPTIONS At all hours of the dav and niht. A continuation of past favors is solicited. 1-tf O. P. WTLLIS. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES! r-tf WOOD MEN TAKE NOTICE! J VST RECEIVED AND SAFELY stored in our new Iron Magazine, 800 KEGS CALIFORNIA POWDER And 50. GOO Feet Fuse. DRUGS! DRUGS! DRUGS! C. F. COLTON, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY This Powder was shipped at car-load rates and will be sold at AUENT si PRICES. DAVIS Si GILLSON, TTT7ROLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL- IT er in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Oils, Brushes, Soaps, Carden Seeds, Etc., Etc. s23-td A WANT SUPPLIED! Pure Wines and Liauors f or Medicinal Use. T PERFUMERY. Just received, a fine assortment of THE BEST t KKKCH AND ENGLISH Call and Examine It. C T COLTON, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY r I iHE UNDERSIGNED WILL GIVE JL his personal attention to compounding phy sicians presfrrpnons ana aMpensinjz meaicones. and having had more than THIRTY YEARS ex perience as an apothecary, is confident that be can give aa ma action. . "- CostrotJirsco at iu Horna. ...Ml C.r. COLTON. . HE PEOPLE OF CARSON HAVE long felt the want of a HAY SCALE ! Thi w-vnt we hare supplied by placing is poc uun opposite our hi ore one 01 HOWE'S FINEST HAY SCALES! capable of weighing 30,000 pounds. Trot cut your fast stock and brinz alonir vonr beef cattle and loaded wagons, and get them weighed, so that we can get some returns for the heavy out lay that we have been to in sunnlvins this wnblia necessity. SK-tf DAVIS SfJXWN.