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THEyEWPAILY APPEAL
,-a.t.ioX. FRIPtY i t t t OCT. 18
THE IMPERIAL
INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
HAH rOMPIJED WITH TBS IAWS
o( the SUte ot KcTaOa, rvquirma a lia
pjmli of
aha Imperial smim Be tTHenwii
First U established n 1803, and is the
rl kat FIRE Insurance Company represented in
the 1'nited Stilt. - , .
tieoond It has a TODScribed capital of J9.000.
n. of which $J,50u,0uu rail) it in Gold, with
farther ktummalihtl assets of -2.il.l15. mak
ing it at once the Strongest and Kichest Fin: In
terstice Company in tht World.
Third This Comtast does a Fire Bnainraa
Kaclauiveljr, and none of lis assets are liable
to be diverted for un or kabikk losses, as w the
cm with ajj. other English Comianies repre
sented on this enact.
Fourth This Company- losses at CHICAGO
were leas than o hukdbed t hoi-hasp doixaks.
and have been paid in full, vouab fob doixab.
. -. - KAI-RKR. Br 1.1, fe CO..
General Agents fur Pacific Coast.
430 California street, San Francisco.
RICE PETERS,
ol.tr Agents, tarwa City.
RICE t PETERS,
Stools. -ErolsLoxrs
Office with Wells. Fargo k Co, CABSON ST.
CABSON CITY.)
.TT1X. PtJRCHASE AND SELL
BTEICTXT OS COMMISSION
Hieing Stocks and other Securities dealt in by
the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board.
aWAdvancea nude on approved stock and
outer securities.
Carson, Oct. 1, 187S. ol-tf
TEAS! TEAS! TEAS!
FINE JAPAN,
EH.USH .REAKFMT AND 60IP0WDE.
MIXED TEAS,
M 1DK TP BT OURSELVES IN
packages of five pounds and upwards, and
daUvereil In any part of Carson, 8ilver City, Em
pire, Gold Hill and Virginia, CARRIAGE PEE-
P.UD.
SAMPLES SENT, IF DESIRED
Orders from any put of the country promptly
and accurately executed.
w. B. MB. JOSEPH BEER, who has had a
large experience in some of the most extensive
Tea Imparting Houses in London and New York,
wiU have charge of this department.
Only toe Meet Reasonable Prices
will be demanded.
T. BEER BRO.,
Butchers and General Merchants.
Empire City. He... Oct. 11, 17. oll-td
RAILROAD 'BUS
F
ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE
the undersigned will run
A REGULAR OMNIBUS LINE
to connect Xorning and Evening with the
VIRGINIA TRUCKEE R.R.
Orders left at the St. CharLa Hotel, Ormsby
House, or at my Livery Stable, will be promptly
attended to.
J. M. BENTON.
oo.tf
CHAS. W. FRIEND,
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND EN
GRAVER,
CABSON CITY.. NEVADA
-DEALER IN WATCHES, SILVER"
Ar wajus.
Fine Jewelry, Clocks, etc..
And keeps constantly on hand the finest brands of
Havana and D rstic Cigars. Smok
ing- and Cnewinff 1'ooacens,
Pipes, Cntlerjr Sta
tionery, els.
KT-Walches. Jewelry. Mathematical and En
gtSMPrmg InstrannaU carefully repaired and
wwrranrwu.
Jowefry of all Descriptions Made
W-floia ageat for tha celebrated
oqaCMaepCt.Ut2.
Ut
LIVERY STABLE
CARSON STREET,
OPfUITE WELLS, FARM JL CO.'S UPRESS.
THE 71TEKSIGXEI. HMTSe I -equalled
facilities for carrying on his busi
ness, is now butter prepana man aii iieeij
stable proprietor in Nevada (outside of Virginia
City) to accommodate the public with.
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE EQUIPMENTS
FINE SPANS,
Stylish Turn-outs Oil new), Superior
And evejvthine that a flrst-rlass Livery 8table is
supposed' to be provided with.
Picnics, Balls. Political Catherine,
fnneraia, etc, etc.
Supplied with vehicles and steady teams on the
shortest notice;
Awes to my stable can oe naa ai au no ui
the day and night.
A Stage to Lake Tanoe leaves the Sta-
uie umuy
TERMS REASON ABLE.
A share of the patronage of the place is solic
ited. J. M. BENTON, Proprietor.
Carson, September 9, 1S2. l-f
OCCIDEVTAI .
LIVERY STABLE
Carson Street,
CARSON CITY NEVADA
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AXD
widely known Stable has been lately reno
vated, the old stock culled out and replaced with
fine voung horses.
Carriages of all descriptions on hand AT MOD
ERATE CHARGES.
Horses boarded by the DAT or WEEK on the
KOWEST POSSIBLE TERMS.
B We attend strictlv to our own business.
j.tf ' "WINNIE s DAVID.
A.B.DRIESBACH
CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY
DEALER IN GENERAL BKBIMAS.
DISK,
FLOUR AND FEED,
WINES, LIQUORS, PORTER AND ALE
AKD
Hardware, Tinware
CROCKERY,
PLOWS, MOWERS AND REAPERS
ALSO
POWDER A.1VT FU HK
Wall Paper,
Doors and Windows,
Window Class,
Paints, Oils and Varnish,
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
California Lime,
Plaster Paris,
Cement,
Plasterers' Hair,
Etc, Etc
I have at large a stock of goods as say house
in the Trade, and am prepared to innusn oy
Wholesale and Retail
Every article above mentioned.
T7Goods delivered free of charge.
1-tf
. B. DRIE8BACH.
Tl V A TEn fSITIT ATIOIM A SITU A
mm hMhwmtr or to do avneral
housework in a prmta family. The beat ef
references given. Apply at Mailer's Hotel.
A-a-lm,
Adapted at the Rfmblican. Xatiimal ConvfHtion, at
rkHadelphia, June 6, 18TC.
' The Republican partv of the United States, as
sembled iu a National Convention, in the city of
Philadelphia, on June S and 6, ls.l, again de
clares it faith, appeals to its history, and an
nounces its position upon the questions before
the country. .
1. During eleven years of its supremacy, it has
accepted, with grand courage, the solemn duties
of tne times. It suppr. saeU a ginautic "1UI
emancipated -t.OtJO.ououf slaves: decreed tnetqual
citizenship of all, and established universal sut
frage. Eini biting unparalleled uiaguaniuiity, it
has criiiuuallv punished uo man for political ot
feusts, and warmly weleomed all woo proved
their loyalty by obeying the laws and uealing
justly with their neighbors. It has st. ac.iiy oe
creased with a hriu hand the resultant disorders
of the great war, and initiated a wise pulley to
ward the Indians. The Pat in.' Kalln.au ami sim
ilar vast enterprises have bteu generously aided
and succeasf uiiv conducted; the public land free
ly given to actual settlers; uumiirjlion i ncour
aged and protected, and a fuU acknowledgment
of naturalized citizens' rights secured froniiitro
pean powers. A uniform national currency has
been provided, repudiation frowned down, the
national credit sustained under the most eatra
ordinarv burdens, aud new bonds negotiated at
lower rites: the revenues have been canlully col
lected and bonestlT applied. Despite the annual
large reductions of rates of taxation, the public
debt has been reduced during General Grant s
Presidency at the rate of JluU.txm.uiiO a year; a
great financial cricis has been avoided, ami peace
and plenty prevail throughout the land. .Men
ecing foreign ditniculties have been peacefully
and honorably compromised, aud the honor anu
power of the nation k pt in high respee t through
out the world. This glorious record ot the p.ust
is the party's best pledge for the future. We be
lieve that the people will not entrust the ikv
amment to any party or combination ot men
composed of those who chiefly have resist. -d
every sup of this benincial progress.
i. Complete liberty and exact equality in (he
the enjoyment of all civil, political and public
rights should be established and eff.ctually main
tained throughout the V nion by efficient and ap
propriate State and Federal legislation; neither
law nor its aeiministration should admit of any
discrimination in respect to citizens by reason of
race, creed, color, or previous condition of servi
tude. 3. The recent smendments to the National O. n
stitution should be cordially sustained because
they are right, and not merely tolerated because
they 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 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
liberty. . . . .
5. Any svstem of civil service under which the
subordinate positions of the Governme nt are con
sidered rewards for mere party zeal, is fatally de
moralizing, and we the re: ore favor a system by
laws which shall acohsh the evils of patronage,
and make honesty, efficiency and fidelity essen
tial qualifications for public poeitieiu, without
practically creating a lite tenme of office.
6. We are opposed to f urth r grants of public
lands to corporations and monopolies, and de
mand that Ihe national dcniain be set apart for
free homes for the people.
7. 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 importaiioas,
the duues on which should be so adjusted as to
aid in securing remunerative wages to the la
borer, and promote the industries, growth and
prosperity of the whole country.
. We hold in undying honor the soldiers and
sailors whose valor saved the I nion; their pen
ui.ma .is a urred debt of the nation, ana the
widows and orphans of those who died for theu
eountry are entitled to the care ot a generous
and grateful people. We favor socn aouuionai
lisUtion as will extend the bounty of the Gov
ernment to all our soldiers and sailors who were
honorably discharged, and who in the line of
duty became disabled, without regard to length
of service or cause oi suen uiK unr
a Th.iirtrim!of Great Britain aud other Euro
pean poweis concerning allegiance once a sub
joct always a subject Having at last, through
the efforts of the Kepubliean party, been aban
doned, and the Anitriian idea of the individual's
right to transfer his allegiance having been ac
cepted by European nations, it is the duty of our
Government to guard with jealons care the rights
of our adopted citizens against the assumptit in of
unauthorized claims oy ineir lormer tiovcrn-
ments, and we urge continual ana careiui encour
affeuient and nmtectien to voluntary immigration.
10. The franking privilege ought to be abol
ished, and the way prepared for a speedy reduc
tion in the rates ot postage.
11. Anion' the auctions which press for atten
tion, is that which concerns the relations of
capital and labor, and the Republican party re
rnenizr ihe dutv of so shaping legislation as to
secure full protection and the amplest held for
capital: and for labor, me creator oi capuai. me
lant onuonuniiies ana a jusi suaxe oi muiuw
rm.nt. nt these two creat servants of civilization.
12. We hold that Congress and the President
have only fulfilled an imperative duty in their
measures for the suppression of violent and 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
the 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 tiaifltice. ana connuemiv eAoee .u. ou
cellent national currency will be perfected by a
speedy resumption of specie payments.
14. The Republican pariy is mmui ui oi iw ob
ligations to the loyal women of America f or their
noble devotion to the cause of lreedom ; their
admission to the wider fields of us fullness is re
ceived with satisfaction, and the honest de
mands, of any class of citizens for additional
rights should be treated wim respect iu cousiu
eration. .
is Weheartilv annrove of the action ot con
gress in extending amnesty to those lately in re
bellion, a-Kl rejoice in tlie grow to oi pcaoe auu
fraternal feeling throuchout Ihe land.
16. The Republican party propose to respeet
the rights reserved by the people to themselves
as carefully as the powers delegated by them to
the State and to the Federal Government. It
disapproves of the resort to nnconstitutiom 1
laws for the purpose of removing evils by inter
ference with the rights not surrendered by the
people to neither the State or Aational uovern
nient 17. It is the dutv of the General Government
to adopt such measures as will tend to encourage
American commerce and shipbuilding.
18. We believe that the modest patriotism, the
earnest purpose, sound judgment, practical wis
dom, incorruptible integrity and illustrieus serv
ices of U lysses S. Grant have commended him to
the hearts of the American people, and, with
him at our head, we start to-day on a new march
to victory.
FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CON
FECTIONS, ETC., ETC.
ryiHE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND
j ana is daily receiving uue
Choicest Fruits,
FmIa3Mt Vegetables,
lioMt of Confootlozis,
And like desirable and reasonable goods, and
keeps the best assobtilent brought to the Car.
son market.
N". B. Orders promptly filled and delivered is
per airectlocs. rsuuui,
1-tf (Canes strest, next to Theater balocn.J
THE NEW DAILY APPEAL!
A DAILY NEWSPAPER
A DAILY NEWSPAPER
A DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Published in the interests of the Republican
Party; a medium ot local news; an advocate of
what proiuiste best to the community by whom
it is surrounded ; a medium for the frank dis
cussion of all the issues of the times : aad a ve
hicle in which the business men ot the Slate and
city may make known their propositions and
purposes-
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... :n t ... in-ieuGii of ein-nl.tioli
ie assist iu n,tilJs 11 ...... .. . ...
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To your patriotism, love of Utentxire aad bosi
. HENRY R. MIGHEL8,
proprietor Krw Apt!.
GUARDIAN'S SALEOF REAL ESTATE.
"VOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN' TOAT
iu pursuance of the tcdir of the District
Court ut the Second Judicial District of ilia
State of Nevada, in and for tiriufiby County,
made aud vuttrtd on the twt-.uty-l.rot uay of Stp
teu.l r, isT'j, in the matter ef the t state and
guardianship tf frank A. Oarrttt. miner, the
undt rsimti, guaruum of said minor, will tw.ll at
private silt, :n threu scvtral pum U, us ht.rr.in.
af ut dt st nb d. ft r cash, and subject to cciiL,riu
ation by said District Court, on Tutsday. the
ntUtnlii day of Ottolkr, li-Tn, at tw-.ive o'clock
uitiidiau. at the in lit door of the C.urt House
of said Court, in Cuison City, Nt vada, all the
right, tiilf. intir-st and tstuU t;t" aaid Franlt A.
Garrett, Uiiiu r, of, iu and to those ccriaiu piece
of land iu said Onusby CouutyT State of tvad&,
dtsi-nr d a follows, to wit:
All the rht. Xiilc. inn n st and estate of eaid
Fr.iiik A. ti:ur. tt, minor (same U-iUg an undi
vidid ont-tliml), in and to that c rlaiu pitce of
laud in the nwii 4f Cars n City, talKd and
known as and U ing Muck tweuty-one (-1; oi Phil'
lips' aildiriou to said town.
Also: All the right, title, intenst and estate of
said r'r-iiik A. tiarn tt. niiut r (same U ing about
one undiviilt-d oue tweliih (i-lJ be the same
iiiort or h-ss). in and to the ei-a. half and north
wtrt tu;rUrtit th SjuthiSt qu rr.roi section
sevtit (Vj. in t,.uili:p tutt n (i-'i uTih of range
twentv-oae (21) ca;. Monte Diablo base ana me
ridian, ai c. raing to the I nittd Stuus Public
Laud Survtys. containing one hundred and twen
ty m n s ot Idiid.
"Also: All tlK .state, right, title and interest of
said Frank A. liarrett. miu r. (samt- b- iug an
irodivuLd om third, of, in and to the follfwisg
desenb. d Dnd and r al estate, (saving, t xc ptinz
mid r.strv.ug Uir. trm that irta.n piece of
land in said C.-.rson C-y. calhd ana km wn as,
and bt iK bin, k three (-) of Phillips audit iin to
said town, the same King 170 it-it nonh csd
aotath. by l-d feit east and wtstt . to wit: ccm
mcnciiig at a point on the w st line ( f Pine
strc-t t iu said town, opposite the e n: re of Spear
stn-t t. running theme east along the etntrecf
said pea ctrett Jst feet: thn t- st uth '.W feet;
thence tast.alt.ng the north line of 'IMtgraph
Slrtet, j47 feet; thelMf sonth ft t, to the
north line of Provtur atrttt: tht nee east alontr
the north line of Pn.KtiT simt.'JH fnt. to the
centre of Phillip stiet; thence suih along the
ccntrv of said Phillips street, SPJ fett to the cen
tre of King sin t: th. neewtst along the centre
of said King stmt. 744 fett: aud thence north
all vug the wtst line of Pine htnet to ihe place of
beginning. Km bracing part of what is known
as Phillips' Addition to said towu.
Terms and Condition of Sales
CASH 'Ftn p.r cnt. of the pur. hast money
to be paid to tin undt rsigiw d on the tirr of sale,
balaiite on confirmation t f sale by &uid Disirjct
Court. Def d at expense of pun has- r.
AI.F1.U HI'.LM.
Guardian of Estate of Frank .V Uaiuxc it. Minor.
Carson, Nevada. Sept. .Ui. lHTa. si-td
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
QUICK CURES AND MOuEBATE CHARGES I
DR. W. K. DOHERTY'S
Pl'.IVATE
MEDICAL AND SUrtGICAL INSTITUTE
o. 5I. Sac rum eta to Strel. Coiner
of li.tesUorti Nt., a few door
below the V hat t heer House,
Kan l'raiieico, 1 aiiforniau
rPrivate entrance on Xjl id. sdt rff street.
Efitablishcd Kxprttsiy to Affortl the Aillicted
bound and Sen nunc Mt:nal Aid in iae
Itvatnitnt anl cure of all Privnto and
Chrx'nic Disease. Cas- i f iset recy,
.Vand all St xuai Disorders
To the Atlliead.
DR. K. DOldKRTY rt turns hia aioreiw
thanks to his duiui rvus path uta tor thttr patroB
age, and would take thi opportunity to re maud
them Unit he ccutuute to consult at his Xuarti
tute fertile cure of thronicdisti.rM.soi the Lungs,
Liver. Kidneys, Digi stive and it nito-l rinary
Organs, and ail private dtseas. e. vir- phiiii la
all its ft nns anu stages. Seminal eathtss and
all the ht rrid t tns. quenets ot self-atmst, lienor
htt'i, lilttt. Siritiuns. NHtuiiial and Diurnal
Luiions. S ual Debility. Lis asts of the liack
and iuiiis, luHamaiion .S the Lladdt r and lviaV
n vs. etc., and he hopts that his long experience
and successful praetk-e will eoininue to insure
hiia a share of pubhc patronage, liy the prac
tice of many years in Eur. jk nd the I uited
Stati a, he i t nabled t apply the UKut effitient
and bUecessful renieuus agn:iist d.seast of ail
kinds. He runs without nu-n nry, c iiargt mod
erate, treats his pat it uts in a orrt.ci and honor
able way, aud has nlerences ol uniju. sticuai i
veracity from men of known rtspt lability and
high standing in society. Ail parties Vnijltiig
him by letter or t.therwise. will rec ive the beat
and gentlest treatment and implicit secrecy.
To Female.
Then a female is in trouble or afflicted with
disease, cr weakness of the back and limbs. pau
in the head, dimness of sight, loss ot muscular
powr, palpitatiiii of the heart, irritability, ntr
vousness. t xtrt me urinary d.meulties, derange
ment of digestive functions, general debility,
vaginitis, all diseases of the womb, hysteria
sterility, and all other diseases peculiar to fe
males, she should go or write at nee to the cele
brated female doctor. W. K. DOHLKTV, at lus
Medical institute, and consult fcixu aixut hex
troubles and disease. The Dot tor i effecting
more cures than any other physician iu the State
of California. Let no false delicacy prevent yon.
but apply immediately and save yourself trcm
paiuful suffering and premature death. All mar
ried ladies, whose delicate fa alt h or other cir
cunistandeti prevent an increase in their familiea
should write or call at DR. W. K. DOHEJiTY'b
Medical Institute, and they will receive every
possible relief and help. The Doctor's orate
are so arranged that he can be consulted witiaout
fear of observation.
To Coireapondenta.
Patients residing in any part oi the State, bow
ever .distant, who may dt aire toe opinion and
advice of DR. DOHKKTY in their respective
cases, and who think proper to submit in writing
a statement of such, in preference to holding
personal interview, are respectiully rssured that
their communications will be held most sacred
and eonhdVntial. If the case be fully and can
didly described, personal communication will be
unnecessary, as instructions ft r diet, reeimen
and the general treatment of the case itself (in
cluding the remedies), will be forwared without
delay, and in such a manm r as to convey no idea
of the purport of the iett r or parcel so trans
mitted. By Consultation By letter cr otherwise, Fiw,
Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay.
S perma torrhosau
DR. DOHERTY has just published an import
ant pamphlet, embodying his own views and
experiences in relation to Impotence or Virility,
being a Short Treat es on Spermatorrhoea cr Sem
inal Weakness, Nervous and Physical Debility
consequent on this affection, and other disea
of the Sexual Organs. This little work contain
information of the utmost value to all, whethtir
married or single, and will be sent FKE by
mail on receipt of six cents in postage stamp)
fer return postage.
Address, W. K. DOHERTY, M. D.,
sl9-tf San Francisco, Cal.
BRICK FOR SALE.
QRDEBS FOR BRICK IN QUANTl
tltlew to anil, will be filled upon
application to
RICE St PETERS,
At tne Ollice or Wells, Fargo A Co., :
Canon City, Ksrrada. U4

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