MORN IN J APPEAL.
WEDSEDAT... AIGCST 25. 1HS0
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
. For President t
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
V ' ' .' - ' OF OBIO. t i -
CHESTER A, ARTHUR,
OF NEW YORK.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET..
V " ' ; . ;. .
- PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
u. h. t 4 vior .... storey
,. H. ORKY White Pine
A. E. MORTON ....
.Kumar aid a
. poR MBUBER OF CONGRESS:
I ROIXIX DAUOEf T
", '; FOR JV9TIC1S OF THE SUPREME COURT:
W.BUBBITTT.. White Plae
-' ' C6SIB To Join Us. We are sorry to see so
- etiBeb 'Repoblican paper m the Reno Ga
pttte, perform so hazardous an eiperiment as
printing anything Against thfc Hon. W illiam
Sharon. Here it is f
We believe honestly that the Republican
party of this btate cannot carry its legisla
five ticket unless it pledges it airainst Mr.
Sharon. Wn do not believe that the party
Van carry Mr." Sharon. " He may be able to
. . .. ii
carrv if. iut it cannot crry mui. xie can
probably elect the legislative ' ticket by th
' means employed before, but if he does the
United States Senate may send a committee
here to inquire what means were used to elect
nun, and if he is a resident of the state
This may seem hard doctrine for Mr. Sharon
. and his friends, but it is the truth. Washoe
county will undoubtedly instruct its delega
tion to vote for any other Republican in' pret
ere nee to Mr. Sharon.
' The Gazette is assuming a horrible risk in
indulging in such bold' talk as" the above.
Should the paragraph regarding Mr, Sharon
ever happen to come under the eye of the
Enterprise iht journal would immediately
proceed to grab the Gazette by he scruff of
the collar and alack of the trowsers and heave
it bodily over the party paling. Jo6t at
present ' eur sonred Comsteck contemporary
is engaged in cleaning the vard of the papers
which do ret hrppen to look with favor upon
the fact that non residents can come up here
and demand political favors ef the people
Ever since the appeal ns been put outside
the party lines by the Enterprise it has felt
its loneliness, but now with the prospects be
fore it of having such good company as the
GazetU the outlook is more cheering. If our
Comatock stalwart continues to heave out
the anti-Sharon newspapers it will not be long
before there will be a bigger crowd ovtside
than in" The Appeal and Gazette will soon
bena a position to realize just how Adam and
Eve felt when the angel of light waved his
flaming sword and ordered them out of Par
adise. ' ' .
Judge Heatty on Garfield. During the
present campaign. Judge Beatty will make a
canvass of the State, and his main business
will be to review the Credit Mobelier testi
mony on which the Democratic press are ma
king rnocu of it demostration against Gar
field. The press at the time that Oakes Ames
rave bis testimony,' picled it . to pieces and.
showed such glaring discrepencies in it by the
testimony itself, that there was no doubt but
that Ames was committing perjury to drag a
few decent men into the asire that he might
have distinguished company in. his misery.
Notwithstanding this plain shewing, the Dem
ocratic press have brought up these shattered
aceusations to again assail Garfield's record
long after the charges have been exploded and
the defence forgotten. Judge Beatty's de
fence of Garfield will carry 'great weight,
At first flash the testimony of Ames disjoint'
ed and contradictory as it was, had its effect
with the men who had neither the time to in
vestigate nor the sense to sift the false from
the true in the evidence. It is certain that
Judge Beatty would never assert that he be
lieved in Garfield's innocence nnleas be had
full faith in it, and would net attempt a pub
lic defence unless he could preve it
Bob Clarke's bio Jump. The Chronicle
is making great noise over the conversion
of Gen Clarke te Democracy. The Demo
crats never nsed to think Bob Clarke amount
d to anything, but suddenly ho looms up as
ae of the pillars whioh for years past baa
kept the Republican party from falling into
f rtitos. Clarke didn't bave to make a very big
"leap to get into the Democraiio ranks, but,
.'looking back labors under the impression that
;ba has made the biggest jump on record.
'Thisis like ' the Sacramento Dutchman who
Tuahed down to the' wharf to catch the boat.
It was just about to leave as he made the leap
space cleared was not over two feet.
He sat down rather hard however' Sad was,
stunned by the concussion. When he recov
oredhis senses and looking back, saw th'e
pier two hundred yards away, be exclaimed :
"Mine gracious vat a shump." . ; .,,,
' Thb Sentinel asaerta that there were thou
sands of Democrats in the Union ranks dur
ing the wan i. Tee, that's so, but most of
were boibg takes t (ho rear ali prisoners of
wAr .',"' -:1 .Mj-.rtrirl n.t , f..-.t
' ' ., ..i.-:.: i i
Sbnator Sharon pf Nevada announces
his eaadidacr for re-election, r He is very un
popular, but he has a sack which is very pop-iilar.-ifoter
Sndex.i hi i I i ;
GENERAL MURPHY'S CARD.
We believe that when Gen. Murphy made
charges against State Treasurer Crockett he
had the btat intentions, but it was an error of
judgment to cite Mr. Crockett before the
State Board of Examiners. This -Board is
empowered by law to- do but two things,
audit the bills against the State and cotiut t he
money in, , the Treasury. Under the law
they cleat 1 have no Tight to pass upon the
cases of State officers who are supposed to
have violated the statute. .The 'Board, had
it believed -Mr,. Crockett guilty of stealing
every dollar in the State Treasury, could
have legally found him guilty' of no offense
nor fixed a penalty, simply because it was be
yond their' jurisdiction. If Crockett's acts
call for hia impeachment, the Legislature is
the only authorized body; before which the
case oan be presented. An acquittal or con
viction, by the State. Board of ,. Examiners
amounts to absolutely nothing. The case has
now resolved itself Into" a dispute' between
General Murphy on the one side and Gover
nor Kinkead and Secretary Babcock en the
other. In General Murphy's card he says :
"I did state to the Board that if any Questions
were asked after 'their' report was printed
Why Iclid not sign it, they might state that
I did agree withjhem in acquitting Mr.
Crockett of any evil intent, but no further
than that.". This is substantially what the
findings of the Board : amounted to. Mr.
Murphy for months previous had been count
ing the funds in the Treasurer and certifying
to their correctness, yet in his charges he as
serts that during all this time tilings were
crooked. We have'no fault to find with Gen.
Murphy's charges except that they were pre
sented before an unauthorized body. The
Appeal has no defense to make of Crockett's
course and hopes that the matter will be fully
investigated by the next Legislature. It can
not be tried either the Board of Examiners or
the newspapers. 'l
AN ORGAN'S TUNE.
WHAT IS THOUGHT OF A RAILROAD OllOANS
, ATTEMPT' AT POLITICAL COERCION.
Under the head of ''An Organ's Tune" the
Silver Stat has 'the following:
Thq Virginia Enterprise is conceded to be
the : leading Republican paper of Nevada.
None of the lesser partisan sheets dispute the
point, probably 'for the reason that the En
terprise is owned by the v lrgmia and iruckee
R iii road Company. The Carson Appeal is
as intensely Republican as the Enterprise
with this difference: ..The Enterprise makes
the interests of the Republican party subser
vient to those of its owners, the V lrgmia and
Truckee Railroad Corny any, while the Ap
peal is for the Republican, party hrst, last
and all the tune, and with the people in their
contest with the crooked railroad. For this
delinquency the Appbal ia soundly berated
by the Lnterpnse and the lesser organs of the
railroad company. The leading organ lec
tures the Appeal in its issue pf Thursday
for opposing the claims of William Sharon
of San Francisco, to the Lnited States Sen
atorship from Nevada, and that we may not
be suspected of misrepresenting it, we give
its own language. It savs:
' All the candidates are Repnblicans, and
it is not in good taste to abtse any particula
one of them. N
That is the tone which the organs of all
parties play without variation. .because
Sharon calls himself a Republican the Enter'
prise objects to, any paper or .person saying
aught against! him. Ine simple fact of his
being a' Republican should, nn th organs
opinions, exonerate hfiu from all blame for
neglect of duty. 1 hat be is a non-resident of
the State; that he has not been in his seat in
the Senate sx months during his term; that
he was absent from his post - pending the de-
hater and -rotes on the btlver- and Chinese
bills, should not be alluded to because he is a
Republican. The same reasoning applies to
the members of the late Legislature who vio
lated their pledges. Because they were, 'or
called themselves. Republicans, it is treason.
in the opinion of the Enterprise, to expose
their rascality. Whatever they may do, or
fail to do, they should not be rebuked because
thev are Republicans.
1 Will Republicans who claim the right to
set as freemen indorse such sentiments?
Will they dance to -the music of the organ
and defend the course ' of William Sharon as
Senator, and ef the majority of the late Leg
islature, and say, because they are Republi
cans, we must overlook their faults and sup
port them right or wrong) If this principle
is approved by the rank and hie of the party
then there is no inducement for the honest
men of the party to adhere to their pledges,
and the law maker, who sells out, is held mat
high estimation, by his party, as the one who
is faithful to his pledges and the interests of
his constituents. ,
Thb Herald has a long article going to show
that the new census demonstrates that the
great South is passing out ef .existence as a
political factor: According to its figures the
following States will lose in Congressional
representation: Alabama and Florida, 1;
Georgia, 1; Louisiana, 1; North Carolina,
1; Tennessee, 1; Maine, 1; New Hamp
shire, 1; Vermont, If New York, 3; Penn
sylvania, 2; Ohio, 2; Indiana,-1. The fol
lowing will gain;' Missouri, 1; Texas J 3;
Michigan,' 1; Iowa, 2; Wisconsin, Is Minn
esota, Nebraska, 1; Kansas, 3; California,
2 : Oregon, f l. J The facts; and figures given
to uphold this statement ssem to be much,
more ..authantio. than . those - given by the
-, ,r MAN rtVIIOSJIflVi, -!!,
LB&riiTir; tMn'i iibocsk of
i Jda ajtb Ha S8S 8oa4) .0. strwrt, est the Bi vide, on
August 3d, and has not been heard of sinesis H is 21
years of as i S esS,BtSBr fP mlt; dark eoniplexioned;
liattt SttuoaUcbe. and Smd oa a suit 'of oark elothea. Anv
Information eonoernlnir Hini will b rratefully received by
mho. vuKiPTftuuHiyiaH,-)! Bosto v street, Vir
ginia Clty,vos tkaDivid lit - auglSw i
LOST Olt STOLEN
38 Shares Con. Vrginia, No. 70,699, Nat. Stein, trustee
5 Shares Con. Virginia, No. 43.781, Nat. Stein, trustee
S Shares Con. Virginia. No. 62,622, Nat. Siein, trustee
A suitable reward will be aid to the party leavin the
same at E. H. Hunt's Tabue Lumber utfrei. t arues 't
warned against nrgotiatin.- for the : abort; mentioned siocif
as transfer nag oeen s otipea.
.Carson City, Augus 21, S80.
A. M. BtKl'E.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE f COSSm-jjtflON
OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, PA- 8BD AP THK
NINTH SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE.
So. XXVI. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 28.
,- Retolvi,,bifJie Senate, the Assembly concurring, Tnat.
the UoBstitouoa on tpe Btaie Of senua oa uneuuoom
follows 71 tijt! J., J)
Amend Section 2 of Article IV of the Constitution of
the State oi,M4da so as to tad as folluws : ' .
Sue 2. The session of the i eirilawre shall be bi nnial,
and shall commence on the Knit Monday of February next
ensuing the election of menib rs of the A-embly, unless
the Governor of the State shall, in tne interim, convene
the Legislature by proclamation. Passed March 4, 187.
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the
enrolled resolution on file in my office.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set m
f cirir .Jhadandffixed the Great Seat of State.-Done
j sli1' ( at dice iu Carson City. Nevada, this -econd 4a?
ofAotrast, A. D. one tbousuid einht hundred
... .ihttrir. JAHPbR BAB.JUCK.'
aug-iltd v Secretary of Mate.
CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT
This hotel is the most pleasantly and eentrally located
the city, being near th principal business houses and th
State Capi ol.
The Culinary Department is under the management o
experienced heads, and no. xpeu.se will be spared ia. tup
plying the table with the best the market aflordst
J. W. SHARP-Kfomerty-of U Revere House, -Napa
T H E O R MSBY HOUSE
Is the headquarters for all the stage lines leaving Carson
Transient Rates ,
Carson City September 19, 1879.
...t2, t2 60 and $3
...... SO cents each
ivatorth carson treet, carsoii
HavinL' leased this well-known brick building,. I no
my friends and the public in general that it wiU be kep
a first-class hotel in every particular.
THE TABLE will be second to none in the tate.
THE B R will be- supplied with the beet brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
: i IdTtiopd, oooks and- gentlemanly waiters have bees se
As an old resident of Carson city. I ask and expeet
sham of public patronage. My intention is to attend to
porson to the wants of my patrons., p small,
. , . ;' , Proprietor.
B. F. MEDEP.
F. W. WO 3D WARD
TSTI A VTlT CI
. Jj J JM Ji. O,
IN ALL ITS BBAXCHES,
HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE,
First-class "Work. Lowest Prices, j
N Satistion Goarasteed.
Paiat Bmmp opposite Well. Fare e Cw's,
Ciurmom . Cama, If .
TBI STATB.AlTD.Mfm TAXES
on the net proceeds of the mines and mineral-bear.
uig laximirs ei mattj yoanty nr tw .. . . : ,
, .: (aartr aalac Jaac .SO, ISM,. .
Are now due and payable at the office of thu Count r As
sessor. The law in legard to the collection of the same
will be strictly enforced.
H. It. KKNUS, ,
County Assessor, Ormsby County.
Carson City, August 10, 1880.
.F. 4... WHITE
OfHea I Om Kli
lMf StTMt, aS IMt W1UU
Residence on south side Spear Street, center of fltb
block west ol uanon street.
Calls promptly attended, night or day.
sVSsjjtawaarle. W.".. r r;i
P. L. Vocihovicii, yirfinia.! C. L. Tpcakovioh, Carsoa.'
OVCWKSHORa TO J. TVANCOTICII. DKAL.
KKS in General I
FRU I TiOVvEtTACLES
4.. ... .-. ,-r. . , II-
Receivinx daily by express, which will be sold at rea
sonable market rates All orders will be promptly attend
ed to, and goods dehrered free of charge to any pa
this city. VUCANOVICH BROS.
uaraoa afreet, opposite state uapitoi.
' i i. 4 i, i- .
a nil black walmct office b
flniahed in oil. 3x44 feet ia aiM. with six drawers and
two tKwts. , e mmaat pat ! iMeare at tuateami
One Price Clothing Store!
LPECIAIi KOTK'E TO THE PUBLIC:
CLQTHIIJG, - FURIJISHIfJG GOODS, BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC.
ii i . . ' j . '
3El.es:AzrcU.ess3 of Price to Close Bvislness
If. R All those indebted to F.
45 Years Before the Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommenled as a remedy." for all the
' ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver,, and ia all Bilious .Complaints, Dys
! pepfeia,' and Sick Headache, or diseases' of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Nq better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or. after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the Jid with
the impression, McLAKS LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLan ai 4 Flemimq Bros. ...
I Insist Upon having the genuine Da.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa
tr snarket being-full of imitations of the
. xme. McLane, spi;Tle4. diflferently but
Telegraph Cigar Store,
J, . FABBELL, - I - . - . Prprlets
nrrmMs i.istkni'vo to tbb trie.
W - ORAHIC tick, and speculating- as to bow mneb
vou were ot by not baring Bodies or ComfHocfcs during
. . i . " c a i . v . . l. Q.l,
tne last ueai, yon ui&y miu rejirx Biuauiij wc
ShdD. irettinc the ear of the man behind the Telegntph
CLrartitorecountcr.and trvicsr some of his imported ciara.
fine davored chewiiit: tobacco. t. Or if not in on the last
conWT, and ar ready for the imported luxury at the
reiegTaptt vigor etoie you can ret
A DAISY OF A BIT CIGAR.
Aiwavs on hand smokers' materials, including meer
schaums, hrierwood and other Tarieties of pipes, smokinjr
tobacco, pipe stems, cigarettes, ciBarcwe paper; ana iu
I short, everything to be founo to a fii it-class estabUhmenl
Telegraph Ciar Store, Ormsby BuDdinir, Carson street
Ckrson.' - - - - - ieaj
I. MORRIS & CO
' A Splendid Stock of New Goods
Just Received, and More
tan PRKPiRCn Ttt FI'RVISH
the Ladie of Cam vita, the Be and CneSpest.
Call and. See Our Novelties . before
Pricing Other Coods.
Carson, City, July 16. lm
THE HOUSE OF HARRIS BROS.
HAVING MOVED OCR BXTSRK, STOCsT
c luting of r :
' I- ' Groceries, 1
" . : , LiqUOS,
i , ; ;; i brain and Flour,
') Crockery, r
CLOTHING, BOOTS, 8BOKS, SATS AMU
DENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
To our new building, we are now piepared to supply our
customersand the pubic generally with everyhiae; iu our
, CREATLY R1DMCEO PPICI8.
Tt jntita everrbody to'.saU.nd .eesapare prices and
goods before purchasing el
Mr. CHARLES METTELDORFBR havinir the entire
maBagement of our lty. Goods , lepart went, weuid be
rlf Mil tn arr trjiifrirndn ' ri ' ' I i
pleased to see his friends.
Osmobi Sept. J5. i87S. ! 1
GREAT EXCITEMENT I
IriREAT CROWDS OP PBOPI.B CON.
JT stanthr rushinif to the Jarge Clothtaur Store of
B i""' . .1 n :i .
St'iCerdsr. of Garson ad Tbd 8treeS, Apposite the
St. Charles UotU,
; fAnN'CiTlf.;V.i:V.';7:l..sWADA. '
To view and parehase of their masnifleent stock of
Sprtog and Summer - Goods,
a, Taatha aad Bwjrs ClwtHlas,
Of all the latest styles. Bate, capa.Tr
Trunks TaHses, Shirts
uoiiars Ete. sta.
octlt , A
Oft? a,A CtfiYV day at home. Samples worth Kaifrfj
aPs W PsaU.Address Stiaaon A Co., Portfandaee
FOR CASH ONLY!
Carson City, Nevada.
OH ADD AFTKB THIS DATE I WIU SEM.
Boskowltz will please can and settle.
Is a precaution whioh should never he neglected wbea
danger is present, and therefore a course of the Bitters at
this season is particularly desirable, especially for the fee
ble and sickly- s a re edy for biliousness; dyspepsia,
nervousness, and bowel complaint there is nothing eom
parah'e to this wholesome restorative.
For tale by all druggists and dealers generally.
And the usual Purgatives,
Is Pleasantto Talio,
jad will prove at once the moot pncnt and baraleea
ystesa Renovator and CIrtuiaer ih.f hae yet
' sjsllonaiisw Hf.S.pa.. ltleew wotl
arn otouynt 10 pi'iirnwicg. rartminailie,
nesMSaeae, stiea, moa mt eumme
rnnnnii fiom an ohetmcttd state of th .ytfM, iff is
TRAPIC-FRI'IT LtXATfTE is sold by
druggist, at 60 reals a box.ur mailed on reeeifitot
price nn currenc) or stirrlipa) by the preprielaa.
httertjtm Beofc jfree. Addrcm - r -
J. E. HETHERINGTON
': WSW YORK or BAN rfLAKClflCO.
Band, a ad Appliance, (the only enuine can be prw
nurd from the PHUVERMACIIKS 1.VANIC CO
tiiicuiuati, O., New yrk,4i. X-or (tairaaasKeyCaw
Bend te the office nearest yoa for Free Pamphlet and.
h E.eettie Review, coatainlng flilt partteirfsrs.
, S Amtd Smm. aniMrra., mpteuxilv laeie wan tMW
y.; - toanUe4 Bietrtc Ma, f., trial, -
813 Honas-oarrrry MC.fiaa Fraa'is
V THE LAKE TAHSE LflBBB TAB,
Havuig purchased -the mill recently operated try
the Carson Will Company will eembhte. the twe, and bath
will be niaiu&-cd bv him, from this date, as sole proietvr.
A cornplete stock of Common and Clear Loathes wU b
kept cwstaotlr pw hand. , Ah, . , ,
Miiacle. Maaldlaca, PiwaeCa, Window
Itaora, Bllaaa, Sereea Ior. Wla
law Sreeasi. Wirex-loAa. Loeasv,
BoSta. Plef. Eta.
Atd viuamcata of every destnptia MM.S
short BOtieei ' ' ..
Caafaacla taaea far Hsase BatMuar;
Rep air la K".
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
OBN O. FOX WAS
NOW ON RAND A
Hooks, Music and Jewelry,
c U N s AMMDUTISI
PI8TOL8,z aflKcssar irb,
AjmI eTerjtiking in the tporDf line.
AU Um I ding PerkdicAlw Md liact-iie ai Amtit.
Cuttlery, Fancy Artlclet
And a general assortment of almost tvsrythinf that oa
. .be bouirbt for aioney , .... , ... ..-.fhS
DUCES AND GEESE.
About two rwiRn AM)
Fin pounds of Dueks and Geese FeaUi
ersr for sal cbeao. In' maMities to suit the
paratisiers, applied ror sooa.; anirras,
yS sf ' SssraawBto City,
,)U ifli;..A , r,-.l ; ', i.l; lilv
t i . tw . - V t ? ' 1 5 ' ' v
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