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THE JIE17 MILT APPEAL
CUICHi WNIMT t t OCT. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. foPrastdeatof tha United States, UIjVHHEH M. GRANT, of nfinoia. For Tics President, HENRY WIL.80N, REPUUJCANSTATE TICKET. Tt PreaideaUal Electors Jul H. Mills of Storey county m. B. Taylor of Elko county JBt W. Hunt... 01 uongua COIUUy Alteraatest V. J. Forbes. ...of White Pino county : avid L. Hastings of Lyon county aa D. Treat ........of Slkocoanty Par Jastica mt ta il CMrti P. Hawley.. . . of White PiM county ;..C Goodwin of Under county Tar State Priatar i A. Y. Psaaam........ ...... .of Stony coaly. mmui warn whmxu twit. Far Saaater. A-1. Lockwwd. of Empire Far iaaa aly a, Jacob Tobriner. of Cmnon W. D. Kejaer........ of Canon V. B. Lyman of Empire Far Sheriff. . T. Swift. .-. of Canon Far Cast Clerk. T.J. Bdwarda....v.,.. ..of Canon Far Twaiam1. 8. Maaon . .af Canon Far Bitaiaar. LI. King, 9r ...ot Carson Far Assmnr. J. P. Winnie. of Canon Far Ssnrwajrav, Ba Hoehhorke of For Sast Pablls Scaaale. 1m. 8. Greenlaw of Carson Far PahHc Aaaaiaistratar. J. O. Pierce of Carson For Caasatr Casnaalanlaaew a. B. H. Meder (for long term) of Canon James Morns (for short term) .. of Empire For JasUeee mt tae Peace, C. A. Witherell (Caraon Township) of Carson J. A. Hoover (Empire Township) .....of Empire For Constable. I.. Btearn (Carson Township)....... v.. f Canon W. M. Lang ( Empire Township) ..... .of Empire Far Schawl Trmsteaa. Dint, Ma. 1. O. C. Atherton. ..of Carson O. F. Colton.. .tf Canon J. A. Lovejoy of Canon Coaaty Ceatral Casnanlttee. See. W. Brrant of 31. D. Chamberlain of Canon J. M. Benton of Canon H. K. Joans ....of Empire Frank atoCnllough of Empire REPUBLICAN RAC.MOX AT GEMOA" On Saturday night the Republicans of Douglas county had a very enthusiastic gathering at Genoa, the occasion being made interesting by speeches by Hon. John P. Jones and Gov. Woods of Utah. From John H. Davis Esq. of Genoa, who was present at the meeting, we learn that it was organized by the selection of Hon. James W. Haines as chairman; and that Jones made a very satisfactory speech: and the speech by the Governor he de scribes as being one of the most eloquent and effective efforts ha ever heard. The Capital Brass Band was present; and al together the meeting was one of the moat hearty demonstrations of Republi can ardor that has been witnessed in our neighboring county for many months. P. S. Since the above was put in type we have received the following Caasaaaaicatioa 1 ' Genoa, October 27. KorroB New Daw Apmal: On Sat urday evening last, at the Court House, the grandest meeting of the campaign in Douglas county, occured. The house was filled with an audience brought from all portions of the county in expectation of the presence of John P. Jones who had previously been announced the speaker. Unexpectedly, but as was subsequently proved, to the great pleas ure and gratification of the people, Gov ernor Woods ot I! tan accompamea nun The meetins was called to order by Al Tebbs. Ch-urman of the Republican C'junfv Central Committee. On motion Hon. J. IV. Haines was elected Chairman .1 K. iii F. Lsoa Secretary. Aftr music bv the Carson Brass Band. Hon. J. P. Jones was introduced, and in an earnest, eloquent and effective man iu entertained and instructed his bear ers in a speech occupying upwards of an h inr in it lt-'iverv. JiUOU u.utri iuu ). t..,i,.ho. nrvjn Lie subiect of the water iit ltiHeii the mill owners on the rl..jr nn.1 the ranchers of this county. Ale did so because he had beard since his arrival here that it was suDjeci upon which his opinion was looked tor. tie disclaimed a knowledge of all materi. points in the cases; did not know the witnesses; who they were; had had no consultations with anyone concerning the matters at issue. Nevertheless he as a mill owner was supposed to be interested ia the issue, .and cousequtntly be sjk k ; of the matter. He then proceeded ia uu earnest manner to say what in ta e ol any f nture conflict of nglim would be his course to pursue; and in this he spoke hs a reasonable man; and iu the enunciation i his views as to the proper course to D. pursued, and the course he would pur sue, he went as far as any reasonab.e man could go. Had he gone further bis remarks would have carried to thinking minda the stamp of insincerity and been justly charged to demagognery. During the coarse of has speech the applause was frequent and hearty. After music from the band a enmmui ration from the Secretary of the State Central Committee announcing that Gov. Newton Booth of California, would ad dress the citizens of Genoa on Friday evening, .November 1, was read by the secretary amid great applause. Governor Woods of Utah was then in troduced and in a logical, brilliant and forcible speech of more than an hour fairlv Meld the aadienca Bnell-hound. Not only Republicans but Democrats, who were frequently the subjects of his good-natured but ever-effective sarcasm and inimitable wit, joined the overwhelm ing applause his remarks frequently elic ited. As a campaign orator, ne is A no, 1, and the only cause of regret after listening to his impulsive, matchless elo- qence, is that he cannot travel the elate and work in the good cause until the eventful, decisive, November day arrives. After music from the band the meeting closed with enthusiastic cheers for Grant and Wilson, for Hon. J. P. Jones and Governor Woods, and with short and forcible speech, enjoining unity and har mony upon Republicans, from the onair- man, Hon. J. W. tiaines. lours,, Douolas Comm. OH MO I YOU'RE THKHE, AM TKI Feasant Was Saaaktaa Oat ant " Ta HBtw Caase. " Our ingenuous and amiable contempo rary being prodded under its snort ribs by the gentle poking which we admin istered to its out-stretched candidate for the State Senate, gasps and says; We stated that Dr. Waten belonged to "no party or Beet." of course we should not so far stultify onrself and party as to ignore the Doe- tor as a party man. w e are pnma to acanowi. edge him as a Democrat in the fullest signifies. uon of the term. A man ot ana tor the people; a man who will see that the will of the people is carried out. What we intended to convey and what every sensible man would necessarily un derstand from our remarks is, that Dr. rt at does not belonr to any one man: that be is not in the empioy of any one man or set of men that if elected he will give his vote to the man his constituents may prefer for United States Senator. Oh, then be does belong to a party, does he? And that party is the Demo cratic party! Well, we thought the Doc tor had been playiug possum; and it seems we were right! The Register puts the Doctor in quite a new and very gallant light by the follow ing statement regarding his preference of Senatorial candidates. Says our neigh bor: We believe, and can prove, that Dr. Waten is pledged to no man for the c mted btatea senate. If not pledged to a man he must be pledged to a woman! Tour constituents, Doctor, while applauding your remarka ble and long concealed gallantry have a right to know the name of the lady of your choice. " Still Waters run deep;" and this mysterious son of Galen has been, we shrewdly suspect, playing a deuced sly game in anticipation of the Tidal wave which is to make Grand mother Greeley President and some oth er blessed old lady Governor Nye's suc cessor in the Senate! SOME AWKWARD BLUNDERING. On Saturday morning we encountered our old friend. Governor Woods of Utah, and Hon. Tom Haw ley, our candidate for Supreme Judge. We no more ex pected to see them than to meet, in Car son, any other man wnom we nugnt have supposed was campaigning in the Great East. They came here, it seems. as per appointment of the State Central Committee to address the people of Ormsby county; and they very naturally felt as if the County Committee and the AppKai. had been negligent and discour teous in not having made any prepara tions for giving them audience. Now the fact is that no word had been sent here by any of the State Committee;(the sub committee of which body, who have the arranging of speakers, being com posed of the four Storey county mem bers and one of the Lyon delegation;) and the only notification of the coming of these gentlemen that anybody had was contained in an advertisement in the Eaterprusc&n& that advertisement whenwas we had it brought to our attention found consigned to the comparative obscurity of the fourth page of that paper. Some body failed to attend to this matter as it should have been attended to but that somebody don't dwell hereabout has nothing to do with the Appeal and is not one of the Republican County Com mittee of Ormsby county. Who is to blame we leave it to the Storey county State Committee men to decide. Ko-nre. Hereaf a-i the Express Omce of Wells, Fargo Jc Co. will close at 6 H o'clock, r.. let ters deposited in the Letter Box up to 10 o'clock r. jf . will be forwarded by the nitilit train. sJO-lw 11- r. mut, Agent. Pending the building of the Onnsbv House, R. Fred Brooks, the well-known ana popular dealer in books, stationery, musical instruments, guns, Cashing" tackle, "toys, cigars, tobacco. jeW- ir. .nd fanew ooods. hat removed to Millard s store, next door to KaUs hardware stare, oppo site to liu ild stand. all PatsoKS desirous of ranting rooms in private residences are nn nested to let the same ba known to Lano A Kiuv, as there Is continu ally a demand far the sasse. - NeW' To-day. REPUBLTCANSTOTHE FRONT! RALLY ROUND THE FLAG!! GOV . WOODS OF UTAH, VlTaX!. ADDRESS THE PEOPLE IT of Ormsby county at the CARSON THEATER, ON TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 39, 1 872 ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND. oe4d REPUBLICAN RALLY! GOV. N. BOOTH "T1LX. ADDRESS THE CITIZENS IT of Ormsby county at the CARSON THEATER ON SATURDAY CVEN'C, NOV. 3d. COME ONE, COME ALL ! 28-td Omalxa Lottory To be Drawn in Public, Dec. 30, 1872. Tickets $1 Each or Six for fS. Tickets sent by Express C. 0. !., if desired. 1 Grand Cash Prise . 1 Grand Cash Prise 25.0UU 1 Grand Cash Prise 15.000 1 Grand Cash Prize.'. 10.000 1 Cash Prize 5,000 i Cash Prizes. $3.O0neach . 4 Cash Prises, f 2,000 each S.OOO 2 Cash Prizea, il.OOOeach 2,000 For balance of Prizes send for Crrralar. This Legal Enterprise is endorsed by the high est autboritv of the State and best business men. The limited nomberof Tickets on hand will be furnished these who apply first. All Prizes will be paid in Trill. A oners Wastsd. For full particulars address J. M. PATTEE, General Manager, Omaha, Neb. J. H. CHANDLER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER nt VEGETABLES AND CONFECTIONS, Next door South of Muller's Hotel, Carson, Nov, GEO. I. FRYER WHOLESAXJC DEALER IN Liquors and Cigars Nan. MsalH CARSON STREET,. CAMflM CITY (Next door south of A. B.Drieabach'a warehouse) A GENT FOR THE FOLLOWING CEX- ebrated brands of Whirh he constantly keeps on hand : SOT A CO.'S "National." "Capitol." "Senate, "Conereas," "Cabinet,-. AAA Ky. LLOYD k CO Kentucky." "Bouroon. JESSE MOORE S celebrated Whisky. GOLDEN SHEAF WHISKY. Also, the celebrated "Blue Crass" Whiskies AND Ala and Porter In cases or balk; also, keep oa the finest brands of CIGARS CASEH. GEO. D. FRYER, ltf Liquor Dealer. TAKE WARNING. THE V. at T. R. R. COMFAXT ARE anxious to take doe precaution against acci dents and loss of life resulting from running of their trains : and they take this method of warn ing parents snd guardians against the dangers attending the too common practice of children playing about their cars and locomotives, inose having in charge the business of the Company nnd it impossible to vriwrAPF boys, who fre quent the termini and stopping places of the road from climbing upon the cars snd engines ; snd they will feel themselves obliged to resort to more decided measures ir these annoyances are continued. Beeent accidents, which sre wholly abcribable to the carelessness of persons jumping on and off the cars when in motion, should be warning enough in themselves. 1-tf H. M. YEBIN'OTON. Sup't. GOOD TEMPLARS BALL TO BE GIVEN BY UNION LODGE NO 4, 1. 0. 6. T., T7UR THE BENEFIT OF THE GOOD A. Templars' Orphans' Home, MOORE & PARKER'S HALL, CABHOX city. Friday Evening, Nov er a, 1878. By order of tbe Committee of Arrangejnenta. ocK-td REGISTRATION, OFFICIAL UnT OP REGISTERED voters of Empire and Brunswick Mill Pre cincts for the year UH'2. Empire Preelact. Ambrose, Nick. Johnson James Anns, Mathiaa Kinney William Anderson, Morten KriU David Bryant, AS Kohl Stephen Booth, MP Kiely Paterick . Basse, James Kinder Sampson Boat, Reuben Lyman 1 B Best, Noah Lebo J P Bourgeois, A Lebo Henry Barlow, Robert Lock wood A i Baitinger, John A LawaJabea Bright. G 8 Lang W M Brooker, James A Lord B Brashiers. Hiram Lange Henrv Blve, Daniel C May Kugena Bleie. John L Maley Pat Bearce, Isaac McDonald Wm Buett, Nelson Murphy John Budleman, F McLeud William Beer, Thomas Moses Marks Bland. John Msrtin Wm O H Baxter. William Murpby John (No 2) Clancy, Jobn McCaffrey James Caaey, Thomas Morris James Conoly, Timothy McMsboa Martin Cook, Walter M McMahon Renel Coffin, L M Ohl George Cutis, Roland H Potter Thomas Cutis. Augustus Peterson P 8 Coombs. E N Packard Peter Chapin, George M Peters Patrick Carr, Samuel M Perkins William Dunigan, Michael Perry Daniel M Dennis. D C Perry George 8 Downing, John Richey John Dees, Daniel R Robertson Alex L Daily, William Randall George P Deichmann, Henry L Rippe John Dilley, Jonah V Rosenberg Abner Eutu, George Reboli Domenica Edwards, Joel Richey Abe Freeman, A C Bees Char lea H Flanders, C A Remsburgh I A Flanders, Samuel Bballaberger Jacob Fisher, Daniel Baben A B Fabre, Benjamin C Utah! Henry N Froth, Mathias Stivers John Gilrey, John Smith H H Griffin, John Sculling H F Geer, F M Spencer John W Gsrlick, John Swsrts George Genaro, Sebastians Btadtmuller F D Grady, John Thompson Wm H Gillfoyle, Thomas Temple W B A Hansen, John Walworth James Hsngh, Daniel Wolfersberger George Uolden, Reuben Walterschild Joseph Hoover, J A WoiferBberge Charles Henn, Frederick Welter Adam Hess. E R Weeks Charle Herring, Chat Weston Henry H airman, Martin Wagner Louis Harrington, Timothy Warner Adam Hawkins Theodore Wulsrr Jacob Hope James Williamson Thos J Heming Ssmnel - Whitman Charles Henderson James T Williamson James P Ham Ephraim Wipperman William Haynea Jehu Wagner Phillip Isbell Nap B Winn Richard A Jones 8 E Warner, Piter J Jones Aoiram younger, Thomas Johnson William Eeimets Thomas Zeimets George Total cumber registered 117 Brasavrlck Mill Precinct, Audrain Thos B LaValliere Robert R Brown D H Lamb James M Barenger Desire McCullough F J Bromley M Melville Edward BortfeldWH McFarland H Clarixsy Wm B Mullin James Crawford J T McCormick Martin Crowe Elbridgs Meyer Joseph Dunicaa Tremss McKinzie Joseph Diiscoll John Hurphy John KIstner M R ' Noland David Emuierech John Norton Josiah. Ferris John Oates Samuel T Forseitb George Reed J D Fabre Francis A Reilly Patrick Finan James Roach Pat Gleason H Stanton Thomaa Gallagher Hugh Schewan William Goodwin Henry Hpehr Philip Hamilton James Smart A E Hinchman A L Stephens George Harris John H Slater Peter Hickey Patrick Saalvachter John Hirkey Edward Williams John S Kinney Joseph Wicliffe B S Kyle John B White Bernard KiiviU James Walter Ansolan Killelsy Charles Wicliffe Robert Tonng John Total number registered IT TOTlCK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT L the undereiiH. iistry agent will receive objection to the right to vote on the part of any person rv gist? red on the foregoing list of votrs until 6 o'clock P. at., on the fourth day previous to tne 6th ttav of November, a. n. 1873. All per- nonji, whose names may be erroneously entered in the above list, are requested to appear at my office and have such error corrected. All objections to the ricbt to vote shall be made only by a qualined elector in writing, set ting forth the ground of objection or disqualifi cation, and sworn to, or affirmed to, to the best of his knowledge and belief. Given under mv hand this 21st day of October. A. d. 1912. JAMES MOR1US, Registry asent for Empire and Brunswick Mill Precincts, Ormsby county, Kevada. TEAS! TEAS! TEAS! FINE JAPAN, ENILISH BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER MIXED TEAS, It f ADE IP BV OCRS ELVES EV 111 packages of five pounds snd upwards, and delivered In any part of Carson, Silver City, Em pire, Gold Hill and Virginia, CABRIAGE PRE PAID. SAMPLES SENT, IF DESIRED. Orders from any part of the country promptly and accurately executed. X. B. MB. JOSEPH BEER, who has had a large experience in some of the most extensive Tes Importing Houses in London and New York, will have charge of this department. Only taw Mast RaaaasutMe Prices will ba demanalea. T. REER a BRO., Batchers and General Merchants. Empire City. Nev., Oct. 11, 1872. oll-td MUSIC! MUSIC i t TBE UNDERSIGNED RESPECT, fully announces that he ia prepared to iur nih music for BALLS, PARTIES, PARADES, ETC., On the most Liberal Terms for city and country. The Latest and Most Popular publications will be given. EMILK DKEYFOUS. Headruartera at Char. WFriend Carson City, Nevada, oc25-tf DAVI8 QTLLSON. DAYI8 ft 6ILLS0N ARE ST1XX CV THE FIELD WITH AN IMMENSE STOCK GENERAL MERCHANDISE. mBEIR CONSTANTLY INCREASING X trade keeps them employed in repleniahbaf their stock and supplying the wants of their aa- witk 2Lml s2S-td WOOD MEN TAKE NOTICE! ST RECEIVED AND SAFELY stored in onr new Iron Magazine, 800 KEGS CALIFORNIA POWBER And 60.000 Feet Fuse. This Powder was shipped at car-load will be sold at AGE.NT a FBICES. DAVIS ak GILLSOrV. SZ3-td A WANT SUPPLIED! rjIHE PEOPLE OF CARSON BAVR long ten me wsni ot a HAY SCALE! This wuit we hare unpplied by placing Id poa tion opposite our elott one ot HOWE'S FINEST HAY SCALES! capable of weighing 20.000 pounds. Trot owt your fast stock and bring along your beef cattls and loaded wagona. and get them weighed, an that we can get some returns for the heavy out lay that we have been to in supplying this pabllo necessity. s23.tr DAVIS fc GILLSON. FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, At. thonzed by Act of iu Legislature, ap proved March 1, 1871, for tbe founding of a STATE INSANE ASYLUM. The drawing will take place at Virginia, Ne vada, the time of whirh duenotice will be given so soon as enough tickets have been sold to pay the State proportion fur the Asylum Fund, as well ss the Prizes in full, that being the purpose of the Trustees. All unsold tickets in the hands of Agenta will be called in before the time set for drawing. Tickets of Admission $5 In Gold Cora 000 in gold coin will be given to hold ers of tickets at the conclusion of the Concert, as follows: 1 Gold Coin Gift 125,000 1 Gold Coin Gift 25.0UO 1 Gold Coin Gift 15,000 1 Gold Coin Gift 15,000 1 Gold Coin Gift 10,000 1 Gold Coin Gift 10,000 4 Gold Coin Gifts of fS.OOO each 30,000 10 Gold Coin Gifts of 2,000 each 50, 20 Gold Coin Gifts of 1,000 each SO.OOO 60 Gold Coin Gifts of 100 Gold Coin Gifts of 600 each 30,000 200 each 20,000 MO each 30,00 60 each 25.000 300 Gold Coin Gifts of $00 Gold Coin Gifts 01 1000 Gifts, amounting to JCi,OX WELLS, FARGO ft CO., Virginia City, Treasurer I). L.. BLASUUlllli, Manager. Tickets are now for salcand can be obtained of C. C. PENDKBGAST, at the office of Wells. largo a Co., ana at tne omce or i. L. BLANCH- AKD, Manager, at J. Waldstein k Co. '8 Cigar Store, South C street. oc2-tf EACLE MILL. I AM NOW RE ADY TO "DO CUSTOM Work. Grinding Feed or Barley, at my new Mill on Carson street, just north of Davis fc Co.'s Planing Hill. A liberal share of patronage Is sollritad, and entire satisfaction guaranteed. os-K r. w. rasa Bos.