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50 ceuti? Stftte of Xeroda Revenue Stamp. OTATK OF NEVADA, COl'XTY OK OK Mi BY, In the Justice d Court, Caiboli Township, in nud for said County uf Ormshy. Jens C. So- ren-ftt-u, 1 liritiff, vs. Fuone Archambeault, defend ant. The State of Nevada send greeting to Fn-f-ne Art humbeault ; You arts hereby summoned to appear Iff fore me at i.iy orcein Carson City, ia Larson Township, iu Ormshy county, ou the iOili day or October, A.E. IfeGS, at 10 o'clock A.M., and answer unto the c mplaiut ! .Jens C. Srreneu, the au.ive named pUiiutiU", v. h j sues toob.aiu judgmeLt against you for the f'lia of two hundred and sixty -eight dollars arid .-.eventy-hve cents ; which amount is aliened to be due and owing to plaint riV, for hay ai;l Unify, fed i yurr six horses, at his yard iu Ctrsuii City, at I yuur special request, between the I'Jth May ami j The 17 til July, Wi. J'lunl:!! claims to uaiv a )iea on said horses, by virtue of the provisions of ttu A;t of this State, entitled "An Act to secure liens to ranchmen and other persons," approved February 14th, lSOo, when judgment will be taken, against you tor the suit': amount, together with costs and damages, if you fail to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of the said county, greeting : Uk.j legal (service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this 221 day .-f Septeni l r, A.D. 16$. L. t:. McKFEBY, Justice of the Peace, Carson Township. EOTANICAL PHYSICIAN, OFFICE ON TilIRO STREET, (A sk-.rt distance west uf Carbon Street,) Carson City, - - - Nevada. treats t;ie mi ilie i:c nicdicuial difficult case- of heibs. Has cured nm.iiy patients iu town. Persons in need of Lis professional services are invited to call at his ohVe. C;r..n City, P-pt. 10. ISf.s. lm SODIOXS. State Rev. Stamp, 50c. IS THE JUSTICE' a COURT OK GENOA TmVN s'aip, in the eounty of iJouglas, State of Ne viiJ. Before S. E. Tuttle, Justice of the Peace. V. FurtU and J. t'urth, doing business under the i.:mie and style of F. & J. Furth, plaintiff's, against Fred. Iriggerhof, defendant. Tha State uf Nevada sends greeting to Fred, lhiggerhof, defendant. You are hereby summoned 1 1 appear before nie, at my office iu Genoa Towu-f-uip, iu the town of Genoa, county of Douglas, on the 20th day of October, A. D. ISG8, at 0 o'clxk a. x., to answer the complaint of the aoove uamed plaintiffs, who sue to recover tne mm of $'J0 due as principal and interest ou a promissory note made by you to Jacobs & llros. , da tea April 5th, ISOo, payable to them or order and duly endorsed to said plaiutiSs who are the owners, holders and endorsees thereof, the same being: payable iu said Genoa, no part thereof having ten paid note on file in my u3ice when judg ment will be taken against you for the said amount, together with costs and damages, if you fril to appear and auwer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said Poughw county, greeting: Hake legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this 17th day of Septem ber, A. D. S. E. TCTTLE, A Justice of the Peace uf said Township. Attest a true copv alias summons. S. E. TCTTLE, Justice uf the Peace. rl'-Mtl SUMMONS. I". 5. Rev. stamp 50c. Nevada Rev. stamp 50c. N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND Judicial District of the State uf Nevada, in and for the County of Douglas. Frances Ihunlet vs. William Hamlet. Action brought in the District Court of the Sec . ud Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and tor the said County, and the cumplaiut filed in said Connty of Douglas, in the utfice of the .ltrlt ol eaiu uisinct lourt on tnu loiu uay oi September A. D-. ImW. Tiie State uf Nevada sends greeting to Willhuu Hamlet, defendant. You ace hereby required to appear in an action broUiiht against you ly the ab-ive l amed plaintiif iu the District Court of the Stcuiid Judicial Djh rrict of the State of Nevada, in and f r the County I Doubis.andtoanwerthec niplaint tiled "here in within ten days (exclusive of the day of -ervicel jj'ter the service on you of this summons if served within tiiis county; or if served out of tiiis e.ainTy. but in this district, within twenty da;,-, otherwise within forty days or judgment by de rmic will be taken against you, according t j the ofii ver of sitid coiiin'amt. The 1 action is brought to obtain a oecree of i are cntit!- 1 div-'fee ftuu the bo:.ds of matrimony n..w xi-t- ' "f cit zenhii. ifig between V"U. s;t:.i defendant, an i - lid .it.t.y theret-y be dis jived, and plain tiff he ivierw-d iroiu the obliirati-ni of laid marriage Contract it is alleged by plaintiff iu lu-r said complaint, on the .tvunds of failure i supi"rt said plaiutiif. oi to provide tlic n ce-sarie-; of life, said n-' t-ct not heing the result of p pvt-rty on y ;ir p.-rt, v. iiieh v u could not have avoided by or Unary industry; extreme cruelty and the u.;; of the mo-it v:l-, vul var, nr-.fan and ob-i ene latmu -igH in iue--ence of rsiid plaintiff, and f r a!l other relief to which p.a-iitilT may be entitled, as by sii i complaint filed hereii will.nijie fully a-pear by reference tnereto. And yon are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the paid complaint as above r-.juired, th stid plaintiff will apply to the Co" rt for the relief demanded in said complaint and for tlie C'stsof this action. 1 Gieu under my hand, and the Seal f the bistrict Court -f the Cecond PLATFOR3I AM) RKSOLlTIOXS. OF TEE NATIONAL US ION PARTY. Fir-Jt AVe congratulate the country on the as sured success of the reconstruction poli cy of Congress as evinced by the adoption in a ni U 'rity of the States lately in rebellion of Constitutions securing enual civil and political rights to all and we regard it a3 the duty of th Government to sustain these Constitutions and prevent the peopie o! such Mates from hems remitted to a st;ite ol anarchy and military rule. fVcond The guarantee by Conirres of equal suffrage t ) alMovai men in the South was de manded by everv consideration of public safety gratitude and justice and must be maintained while the question of suffrage in ait the loyal States properly belongs to the people of those fc taxes. Third AVo denounce all forms of repudiation as a national crime. The national honor requires the payment of the public indebtedness in the utnio-t got hi lattli to our creditors at home and abroad not only aecordinar to the letter but the spirit of the law under which it was contracted Fourth It is due to the labor of the nation that taxation should be equalized and reduced as rapidly as the national faith will permit Fifth The national debt, contracted as it has been for th preservation of the I'm n for all time to come, should be extended over a fur peri'd, at a reduced rate of interest thereon, whenever it can honest lv be done. Sixth Thin the best policv to dimini-h our bnrden of debt is so to improve our credit that capitalists will seek to lend us money at lower rates of interest than we now pay and must Con tinue to pay, so long as repudiation, partial or total, open or covert, is threatened or suspected. Seventh The Government of the United States should he ad ruin ;sterd with the strictest econo my. The corruptions which have been so shame fully nursed ar d f watered by Andrew Johnson call loiidlv fr radical refonn. Eighth We profoundly deplore the untimely and tragic death of Abraham Lincoln, and re pret the accession cf Andrew Johnson to the Presidential chair, who lias acted treacherously to the pe-iple who elected him and the CKUse he was pledged to support. He has usurped legis lative and.judieial functions, has ivfused to exe cute the laws, haw used his olLce to iuduxe other officers to vi.ilite the laws, has rmjloyed his executive power to render insecure the lives, property, peace, liberty and life of citizens, has abused the pa;d .'ii:ng njwer, has denounced the National Legislature as unconstitutional, has persistently and habitually resisted by every means in his power every proper attempt at re construction if the States lately in rtbeilin, has p-TVerted th - public pativnag" iutoati engine 4f wh'desale corrupti.-u. and has been justly im peaclieifor high cinies and iniaderij; .m is and pr on traced gailty tlire 'f by the votes vf thirty tivSei.at rs. Ninth The d'?trine of Orfat TSntnin and other Karopean 1'owers. that, because a nmn is once a subject he is aiwavs so. nint be resisted at t-vel v hay. ml bv the United Mates as a relic of f-'iidal tnn--s arid not authoried bv the law of n.viun-. and at w ir with our national li U'r ami the i:i I"p - ndence f nahiraliz d citizen . wli t'O i r t 'ctej in all tbetr rnrins thoiii.li thev weie naiie born. uit ! States, native or nat ible to arre-t or impris n rn Power f r acts d :k or f' ry ; and if so avre-ted is the duty t.f ihv Gveru- w -re fii.lif:il in the trial? POLITICAL APPOINTMENTS. HON. W'SI, M. STEWART V.'ill address the citizens of Nevada upon the poli tical issues of the day, as follows : AUSTIN Saturdav, October HAMILTON (White Pine't Tuesday, 0 lAr i III K; Thursdav, Octoi cr S S1LK!1 CANYON Fiiday, (Vtob-r f HKLMONT Monday, Oi tob-.-r V2 SAN ANTON O Tuts lav, October lo SILN KK PEAK AYeduesdav, Octob.r M Al'hOi; Saturdav, October IT PINK OKOYK M. ndav, October l'1 GKXOA Tuesday , October -U Tlie appointments ,,f Mr. Stewart from October 21 to Novi-mber - will be announced hereafter. County Central Committees will please make arrangements f -r meetings as above announced. TKOJIAS FITCH, Union Republican Xominee for Member of Congress, Will address the people cf Nevada upon the poli tical issues of the day, as follows : eM-t in ths G0LI HILL lbYTON FKANK TOWN WASHOE YIKIMA CITY... S1LVKK CITY WADSW0HTH RENO - UNIONY1LLE WINNEML'CCA AUSTIN HAMILTON TKEASUKE CITY.. Friday, ("tcteber - Saturday, October li Monday, tVtober o Tuesday, October Wednesday, October 7 Thnrf-dav, Octobers , Friday; October 9 Saturday, October 10 Tuesday, October 13 Wednesday, October 14 Saturday, October 17 , Tuesd iy, October -0 Wednesday, October "21 SHERMAN (nr Silver Spring)...Thursday. Oct. 2i 1LCK AT EH trniay, octooer HOT CREEK Saturdav, October 4 NiKTHUM It EKLAND Mouday, October OPIHU CANYON Tuesday, October' IONK CITY Wednesday, Octobers BELMONT Friday, October oO County Central Committee wiil please make ar rangements for meetings as above announced. HO. C. K. DeLOXG, Union Kepnbllcan Nominee for Presidential Elector, Will address the peop'e of Nevada upon the poli tical issues of the day, as follows : ,e s. vrral li .vi.i; 1 tor : . aii ..rhtr i-gi. - l i i ctofore pre- -t districts which HOT CREEK KELMONT TWIN K1YKK... AUSTIN AlSWtKTH... WINNEMUCCA. UNIoNYILLE.... VIRGINIA U EN OA AURORA, County Cmtral Committees wil Fridav, Octoler2 Saturday. October a Monday, October 5 Tuesday, lK tob,-r li Friday Afternth-n, October y Saturday, October 10 Monday, October 1'2 Wedne?.iay, October U Thnr-dav. (Ktoberla N;t'Tday, October 17 -lease make ar rangements for meetings as above win-..ui.ced. Hon. H. D. FEEGTSON & E. C. BKZASLEY Will address the people of Nevada, on political i-jsues, as follows : BELMONT Wednesday. October T OPUI K CANYON Thursday. Oct. -her S Al .-TIN" Saturday, IVtober 10 MLYEK 5PIUNiS'Whitu Pine l-it.), October 15 TRl'.AUKK CITY (White I i:ie bist.). O. t.-Ir lo HAMILTON i'Wh.te Pine List.) October IT AN ACT To provide for the Registration of the Nnmes of Ejectors, and br the ascertainment, by proper proof, of the Persons fchu shall be entitled to the Uight of Sutfragi. The Pe'pleof tl.'- Siate of Nevnda, represented iu Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : SJ-CUjS 1. Tho dnstkr-s of the Ptace of the Ptviai Counties t,f tl:e St tte sunil constitute a:.d act as Registry Agents f r tiie election precints or districts which ;ii e vi:!iin th. irir-peetivu town ships ; anil, sis si.ch, tL'Jir duties shall be as pio-vi-b d in th:- Act. fc-ec. '2 ii.ii!e.i;ati''y upon the appro til of this Act, tiie r ettie Hoards of Registration o. ilie sevetai coui.iR-ot the t taie uclnir ovi t , or c;n:se be ueiivrred, to t! A'en: (.f their c-HiU'.it-s, ii-TT Act, the rc-ptc;ive registt is, .: trai;oii hh ngn;g t, p.ired t'-r. the t-'.eCt i. II pUClttcif are within their respective tuiiships ; jrnn'ul, tint the bo,.k Cfi.taiuing the oath, heretof.'it sub-e-ii e.. shall be filed and pref-ervtd in the C unty Cl ik's tti.-e : and. hrreafn-r, t-ahl lioar.is ..I Rei.-i ration shall be MiM-hared troiu the per f rmance of any duty relating to the regiatiatiou of the :;ann-s ot'elt-etins. Sec. o The County Coiinuis-ioners of the res pective c.-untie- of the State shall roide for theKegitiy Agent- of t!u ir c. uiity , w hen and where needed, ail proper and necc-ary i'ooks to carry out the provisions of tiii Act. together with tht regifters i one for each election pi ecint or dis trict), ,) prepared that each shall contain a separ ate lit of persons, entitb-d ttt vote, residing in each election precint or ditrii t, alphabetically arranged, according totheir respective sui names, and to show, in separate column4, the name at fullkin-'th, the age, the country of their birth, the occupation and plac-) of residence, together with the number and date of registry. All x-j peii-.es incline. 1 in executing the provisions ot this Art, including the publication of the registry lists, -hall be audited, alb-wed and paid out of the county funds of the several counties incuriing the same, as other count v chigts. re. -4 The registor- may be in the following form, or in such other form as to most conven iently and economically carry out the provisions and intention of thie Act to-wit : m repistered, or in or under any other name ? Any pei-Ron answering any ot the foregoing questions in thv negative, except the fifth, and that in th'? affirmative, shall not be registered. And the fact of the name of any person appealing on tlie ren ter, ball be prima tacit evidence that the oath Was administered, ami that all of the answers to the foie-oing questions w re iu the affirmative, except the answer to the fifth, and that in the neg ative. If the person ofb ring or claiming to b; rcgl-tcrtd an&weis ail of the foregoing nucsti; i,s in Ihe.tfnniiativ '. except the fifth, and that iv th" negative, and. the lieistry Ag'-nt l::ul still he f the ( pinion, from the an.-wevs given to such fur ti:, r a1-! a l litioiiMUe.-tions he may .It ein proper ? that Mich pels, i: is mt n iiaMo-d elector. s"i I A.ei.t shall refuse to receive ill. i legister hi.i l.aiae ; . the; wise, said Agent sd.all rtceive ftl:d register hi-name. Such j er-ou m-.y, in ea hi.-, n.une is not received and ng'sleitd b said Agent, apply to anv district Court or .fudge of his diMtlci. f.r a writ of mat.dam us, to c-mp. 1 tlie fame ; m. I auv elector may also apply to a.y li-ti ict Coiirt li Judge of his district l. r a wiil of mandamus, to ciiipel any Rt gistiy Agent to take from the li.t of legist, -red vt terb the name of any rou wLoLi he may deem Hot ualtned to vole. See. 9. When a natumlied ciTi;en shal! present himself for registration, hi certificate of natural ization mtist t-e duced. and t:unped or marked hv th1 lo-gisrry Agent with bis r aine. and theyt. r :iid cointtv where pt'e-ented: but when it shall sati-fact- iily nppeav io the Ibgi-tiy Agent, by th .sitii 1" oi atiiiTii;ttion of. the applicant i.md the ojth or Htiirmauon of one or m- re credible citizen- as to the cre.hbility of sii. h api'icant, if detmed iieces;ny ), that uch certificate of natu ralization i- destroyed or lost, -an Rt-gitry Agent shall proreed to legi-ter the name of said applicant ; if qualified in other re-pe- t-'i in -iid registry ol Voters, together with the names of the witnesses pr. dr.crd. the time when, and the ila,e where, said aipiicantwas Lain: alzt d , w it h ad the iin H,itaut f.icts swoiu or afiiruied to on soch api lica-ti.-n. i fT J Noeitizvn of ti e U .ieae-i ' uraii.'.e-l. inu-t be li m ;.t I y any f r-i w rds si.-keri i:i tl:is and imp. i. !,ed, it nie-it to int-f -re in 1 Tenth (.'f ai! wh- I J Judicial district of tl :" the Siatf of Ne 'ounly of Douglas, this loth day of September, iri the year of our Ljrd urns thuustnd eight hundred and sixTv-eight. tTri'HilN A. iilNSiiV, Clerk. Certificate of Copy. State of Nevada, County of Douglas, ss. .Sec ond Judicial Di-trict Court. I, Stephen A. Kin iey. Clerk uf the Second Judicial Di-triet Court of iugbis county, State of Neva-la, do hereby Certify liiitt the above and foregoingisa full, true and cor rect Cupy of the original summons in the action emitted Frances Ham kt vs. William Haralet, w hich now remains on hie m my uilici; at denoa, in said County and State. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Bet my hand and aSixed the seal of said Court this lTth uav of September, A. D. lf0S. iAL.j STEPHEN A. KINSEY, Clerk. lK-td of the late war, there are n ne fspn.iil h-n -ri tl:.m tii- hr.ive s liieu wh i endured to" b'i:d-biji cruise, and imiKrill.-l their livt ni-re fitted for luit rs and sea s -f camp and s in tlie service SUM3IOSS. Fifty Cents State Revenue Stamps. TATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF ORMSB7. O the Justice's Court, Car-oii Township, in and for s;tid County of Orrasbv. The State of Nevada sends greeting to M. S. WILLIAMS. You ae here!y summoned t appear before me at m olfica in C-trsou City in Carsou Township in Ornioby County on tho Otliday of October, A. D. IfeCS, jt 10 o'clock . M., and answer unto the Com plaint of A. It. DRIESBACII, who sues y- u to re cover the sum of cue hundred aud twenty 15-10u itdhirH alleged to be due from you to him on an oueu ituok account for troops, laare and mer chandise dd and delivered by plaintiff to y m at your dxM-ial instance aud request, when judgment will be fctkeu again t yon f r the said ttiiiouut, together w nh co;s and damages, if you fail to ap oiU1 and answer. To tho Sheriff or any Constable of the paid county, icrepting: llke legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this 22d dav of September A. I. 1SW. L. C. McKEERY, Justice of the I'eace, Carson Township. si9 td UlAO AGEATS WAXTfcD WEITIHG OSDEXFUL BOOK GOD. Endorsed ly 100,000 persons. SeiU ac sight to nil clashes. Ternic to Auutd aud SubuoiLrcr. DMPUCCDE3ftlU. A cup, given to auv person who will pr-cara a s-oimI AirDt. Ad- dnus PiCiric rtaiituisu Co., tun jfrttcuco. aui of the CouKlry, iind tlit- 1" .untif and 'erii.in ;itt ojri'itf 1 Vv l iw f r tVo-ii' !mve lt f- inlt-rs ff 1l;e Union, mo nbiipitii.ri4! ii--rfr to he f-rp-t t -n. Tlie wi'iows and or;inl:.s of tlie gallant del 1 arp tlio war !?- of the noonk' : a ; (f red !(! icy l:c icathed to tilt' protecting care of the United 5t;!tcr. Eleventh Foreign immfirrntion in the jiast hap added ?o nmh to the wealth and increased re sources of this nati n the asylum of all nations that it should he fostered hy a liheral and just poli.-y. Twelfth Tiiis C m-ention declares its sj-miia-thy with all oppressed pe iplo who are struggling for their rights. Rcsolred, That the adjournment of this Convention shall not work a dissolution of the same, but it shall remain as organized subject to be called together at anv time and place that the Kepublican Executive Commit tee shall designate. Iicsohed, That we highly commend the spirit, magnanimity and forgiveness with which men who have served the rebellion and who are now frankly and honestly co-opera ting with the Lnitcd states m restoring the peace of the country, and in the reconstruc tion of the Southern States on a basis of im partial justice and equal rights, and they are reoeived back into the communion of the loyal people ; and that we are in favor of the removal of the disqualifications and restric tions imposed upon the late rebels in the same measure as the spirit of disloyalty is removed from them, and as speedily as may be consistent with the safety of the loyal people. liesohetl. That we recognize the great principles laid down in the Declaration of Indenendence as the true foundation ot democratic government, and we hail with gladness every effort towards making these principles a living reality on every inch of American soil. UM-i.NVlI.I.K WINM.MtCCA.... t;u:.L lui.i V, A?ilclfc CITY.... CAKSIN h.Ml'lUK 1-AVlXi.V r-.I.YKll CilV VIKUi.MA County Central Committees will make arrali nients t'.'r la-.-KliUj-'S as al'ovd mentioned. IIO-V. F.OBT. 51. CLARKE, Attorney Central, Will address the citizens of Nevada upon the riday, tatimhiv, Monday. XlUd IV, ... Wedm sday, Thursday, Friday, Psilunlax-, Mol.d.iv, .No er -.4 O.tol. Oetol, det.d.er -o IV't l.er -7 uctolier Oct. l.er ::o Octol., i .d The rel;itrs shall l.e s i-r.-i-areti as tod' nate. alt. r the tir-t earof reyi.-t ration, ho are rvgisler. il lor any ) aitieuiar ytar, hy wiitin the woril " Kemstered" under a heading tor that year. a-s ahove. o!Misite to and on the same line a.- that on which tile name of the eleet- r is reiri-tered . Sec. 5. H siiall he the uuty ot liu Kegi.-try Airents of the several comities of the iiate, at any tine-, wlleti called tll.otl to do s , letw.ell 10 l.Kjk A. M. and l". oV!ock 1'. 1. . ou all ieual days, I..evi '1i- t . tiie -''th Jiiy of 1 leteher pri..r t. ti.e m n.i.tl eli ctin. and ten days t,. any ..-ci il or munieipal elei ti. n i-i. d f r hy law. 'tie r than tiie uenerai eie. tioii, t reia-ive and register the names, and make a peifect list, as te ar a n;av he, of a:i persons .jna'it.ed and e:.ti lhd t . ..te at ei- ,ti -n-. a;.d of ail iho.e w 1: wiil lor:tli a. ouire tie riht to v. fe pii t to ti.e tn-vt ' sll.Ir." oleCli li. ill e i.'ll el. . iioll pi- . ili. t of li-- t: i.:t w ,:hin th , !!i,o -i -t, r. ir i vu on . t.w t !.te nt: nto! e n: or all'. I tot. - .1 1 VI 11' .'Tlu a.l:i . 'ho naii.e. h. tio- . iipat.oii an i i r. i" toi ! .i:h ti.e ; ! v ; V l.o it ii-t. . lo r: , 1 .n :s l : i ia I t n dill s J I ' anv c-'li" A'. Lis i. Hi a'oo lllllvs I'l'I K ""11 li e o.. k f. M ot e. t"Ui.-!.!I . ' "'. that t r al 11. at. irv ..r v. in' a;. I ie..i-t. r u:-, f; o'. l.,k day. It li." . I i. :i th" t - -i.l- i.c lilicli iaaUe3 of tile UV i i l.-iloXi, : ?IIKT-ltiAN (.KN'lA LAKE ALLLY .1PU1H WA.-liOi: CITY l.KNO CUYsTAL I'EAK sll.VtlK CITY.... C.ilD HILL DAYTl'N tMl-IKE CITY' CAItSOX CITY' Fiiday. Ck-t l er '. Saturdav", Octoher 1" M-ada, Oit. l .r 1- Tuesday, liet. h. r 13 ....YVednej.'.ay, (.t- her 14 Thursday, Octol.er 15 fc'ri lay, Oct..!.. r lii Monday, October IS' ...YVedi.ee.lay, Hct -I.er '-1 Satur.lay, Uct h-.r 'J.4 Miturday, C'.:t..l er 1 Monday. Novtu.Ltr J th. Connty Central Coiuuiittees will please make arrange nients tor meetings as above announctd. PUBLIC DISCUSSIONS DETWEE3T GENERAL TIIOS. II. axt WILLIAMS AD0LPHUS WAITZ, NOTARY PUBLIC FOR ORUSBY COUNTY. Legal Instmmriila Dran it Rr cords Written tap; Bookkeeping n 1 Copying ot every description done with neatness mnti dipatcli. OFFICE, CORNER OF KIXO 4 Cl'RRY TS CARSON CITY, NEVADA. Fuhrnarv 1J. lsr,8. CHA2IES MAETIN, NOTARY PUBLIC, UfRee with the Secretary ot State, County Building', CARSON CITT, NEVADA. Jannar, 22d, 1868. Ja2J-tf HON. A . W . BALD W I A" "Will take place as follows : COLD HILL Thnrsday, Oetoher K VIRiilMA Friday , October s BUCK LAN D'3(Ft.Churchill),taturday.Octol.er 10 1-KK (illuYil Monday, Oetoher Vi AURORA Tuesilay, October Li YVKLI.INUl'ON'ii Wednesday, llctoher 14 GKNOA Thursday, October 15 CARSOX Friday, oetoher l'i DAYTON Saturday, October 17 WASHOE CITY" Monday, October Is lit.N0 Tuesday, October 2o It is agreed that the speakers shall alternate in openinir Judge Baldwin to commence at Gold llill. 'ilie opening spee. h is to be one hour ; the reply one hour and a-half, aud the conclusion one half hour. The speakers are to stop promptly at the conclusion of their time. Each of the politi cal parties is to have one President and one Secre tary ; aud in case of disagreement as tit place of speaking, the choice is to he made hy the speak crs, alternating, Jmlre Baldwin to Lcgiu. Local Committees of both parties aie requested to give notice of the meetings. Ihe previous annoiutineuts o: Judge tlal.i win are hereby revoked, to couforui with the above, with the exception ot the one at iayton October 3. ol-td m IRial ti..n . i special tr 1:11:1 vi.le.l f r Lv ia it si.ail I .- tu cnur-e to he ii of the.r lolll. l.ev.?I'al'er !a a a iiolio. to the trnt.011 of tl.i pr cincts or di.-iii.'t Ilia!. days 1, -l-I:a'i 1 .. !i'.' ao'V: i 1 e :. .f there I.. .ti"li . 1' ti.e Sec. in. On tin tnentii th day of O-toh. r fan 1 if that dav falls on Sunday, then on the M-ndiiy follonimr'' previous to the general election in each year, the Kei:L-tiy Agents of lhe several counties in the State shall" complete tin- red-try lists f. r the respective registry pi ecincts or districts v ithit their toxnships f. r tiiat electoral year, and aft. 1 completing said ll-ts. they shall cane such mini -t-er- of c nies of the names registered, f'r each election I recinct or district w itiiin their lcsper tive townships as they may deem alvi.aMe, to ho immediately printed or written, ami shall post, or cause said lists to he ts.stcd, lip in at least fit" t.iil.iic places in such election precinct or district ithiu their respective townships. The remain der si. a. I he distributed l y the Registry Agents among the electors of their re- ctive election precincts or districts. Said Registry Agi Ms shall as.. give notice on the ll-ts So t. tl. that tiiey will rt reive ohjeetions to the right to Tote on tho 1 ait of anv pets. .!i r.gtst.r.d as afore.-ai.l, until Is ..'el ck I'. M., oil the third day prev i. us to the lay of election. Said ol'j.-cti-'ns shall 1- made hy a limliSed elector, in writing. MiWnht 4 an 1 sw. :n, or afliitni d, to Lv such ehctor. to the best ofhis knowledge and' belief. A copy of rath written ol jectiotis. t. otht-r -with a o pycfa Iloti. e re-lUlltllg the pers .il . hjeCIed t... to appear b f re the KegMiy Agent t f Lis election 1 recinct or district, at a time certain, specify ir.g the same, an.i answer such iiuestioiis as may t e pr -ponn led to hini. Tinder oath, ly such lleg-Stry Agent, toiicl.ii: his ijualif.catiotis as an elect r. shall be s.rve.1 on the t-ciscn ol-j. ct 4 to, w ha h c. n i. . shall l.e pe:s aially seived on mi: h 1 erson, or left at his r: -i-'.elK e. lis t!ie same shall a 1 ear 1 11 the le-is tor. f.r such elutoial tear; ri niol, that 1 .l-.l:al -el vice shall he rfltltle.!. if I .jilted t. , oliiv on the last dav i ll which 1 hjecti. ns call he ii,:,.':,.. Sio'.i service, and ll.e l. tuiii tlicrei f, .I. all 1c 1:. :.!: ' v tie io .11 1 in the nialitier I.iW. f r t!:e si It lie ai:l rotl.mot Vil , if. - ill ill. 1' -tla-SCfMlt. Al.dll-. :- s' l'i tec. Ii-i.Iere.t ly tl. c regitiy .- i: .-l.all ...ir ti.e r. turn .4 r th. -atho i:t .f s n,,. p. :--,.!!. a:: r e si.l ; o iii i imI a., s. that ser- .f.-ll li !J"t:..l.s ai:i 1. ti-e shall .ie as s.h.-v- ! I- v: ! !. At ti.i-t.Ilie .. : , lice. . v a: se.. h iarti.rr tina- a. A.u.t l. :.v ...; ro the I.-a: irg cr ; ii., ; t-."n I ::. 1 t". tl... 11. yi-- - sati-ri.- l. tl. Ill the 1 r- p r a c : v . I' -ii h ' j. cii- t.s I r .i siil-p -u ii ' A-j lit,: 1 : n . ..-1 !.. i.. ..nil. t-'U- h i i-je-vi ii- . t- r. If 1 . f:- in tl.. ;.. ! t... ihii; l'r' ill la! t - in ti, n i 1 1 -r u:. tuv . ;i:t I it' ii- l.i-. l:i i.-t,',ei uiit y si nt i iiit ir i rl'-ft i;,;it tiif tiinr 1- r tin Ii.tlttt s t t!.f -jUiiiilU 1 In Ulil.V. ri' is- I Ik III i ; t!.f t .-vti.-n ust mn W) c f ,.a ihe !av of W r-uMi-hi .I. LIVERV STABLE. Change of Proprietor. J. M. BEM U.V, Havinp: purchased the Stone Sluble furmerl occupieU by Henry 31. Sherwood, ou Carson Street, opposite W F. cfe Co' Kxpress Office, Will keep constantly oo hanl a good supply o HORSES, BUGGIES, CAIIKIAGES, And the like, snd will be iu cooatant attendance SUPPLY THE PUBLICft TKRMS REASONABLE. CAS80H KEY ASA I-ri T tu tlie I.K-CU, n. t-' t'l.flu-M I'll tlu tl-.v ( fur the ci-unty or rity the wiil i-xj iit- at U u"t.i"i k i. M. A. D. 1 Nii-i ii"ti. frmn day to iliiy, until the exi-iriiti- -ii tf said ec. 1 In u-i.iiti n to the ninilifie itit-us ulii- are ii-w, or n. y iv Lreaftir. pns;rihtHl t-y taw. t u 'h fkvlar, l-efure he s-Lall le t-ntltlt-'! to liftvt- his iiauit; received uiid rcjitt-n-d its a i(iiaiiiitti t-;e.'tor, shall take aud Mil.tjCiibc the folh-wili: oath or atlii matioii, which shall be atlmini.-tt-reu by the lU-istry Amiit ; prjviud, that nu ehctor wh- has heieiufore taken, or who may Lett sifter take, aiii t-u;tH.rihe tsaid oath or afiiruiation, shall lie n-ouired W do bo aiTcUii. ur the second time. to wit : I do Bolt-uiuly twenr (or afllrm, h the cit-e may he) that I will support, r.itect and defend the O'Xihtitutiou and tit-ve.iinjeiit of the United fc-tates against all eiitiuiefs, whether domes tic or foreign, "and that I will bear ti lie faith, alhpauce anu loyally to the taiue, auy ordiimme, resolutun, or law of itfiy fctate or Territory, or Mate or Territorial Convention or Legislative,, to the contrary notwithstanding ; and. furthermore, that I do this with a full deteiuiii.uth.il, piede aud purpose, without nny mental ledei Viitiu or evaaii u hatsoever ; aud that I have liot, since 1 arrived at the Age of eiihteeu ynars, vo.untanly hrue arms against the L in ted Mates, or held any civil or military oflice under the so-called Confed erate States, or either of them ; and. further, 1 do -It-uiiily am ear, ur KlSrin, that 1 am a citizen of the United Hates, ana w ill have actually, aud not constructively, resided in this Male six months, aud iu the county thirty uayc, next pre ceding the dav of the next ensuing election. 'So hePi in e Oed," (if an oath( ; undtr the I ains and penalties of perjury," (if an affirmation. The elector shall swear according to the foinisof his religious faith or in such manner as may he considered most obligatory uixju his conc:cLce. Sec. 8. AVhen nny person shall ofier, or claim to be registered, whom the Kegieiry Agent shall not know to be entitled to vte iu the county and precinct in which he claims to reside, or who, at the time of cflVring to be registered, shall he challenged by any person entitled to vote iu said county, stating briefly the gr-mnds of such chal lenge, it shall he the duty of the ltegistry Agent to require the jierson so challenged, or whom he -hall not know to be o entitled to vote. t give true answer, under oath er affirmation, to the fol lowing questions, and to all such fuither (junc tions said Registry Agent may deem proper to ask him touching and testing his qualifications ns an elector, to wit: tirst Are you a citizen of the United stated, not lalwiriitg under any of the di abilities mentioned iu the Constitution of this Mute' Second Are you of the age of J1 years and upwards ? Third On the day of the next en suing election, will ou have actually, aud not constructively, resided in this State six months, and in this county thirty daja next preceding the day of said election ? Fourth Are you now a res ident of the election precinct or district in which von nroDoae to be registered? Fifth Are yon registered for this electoral year iu any other pre-J it Almi in .hi. nmntvnp AtmtA in th 1 name in er under which you now propose to Xm 1:1 IV !'. i; .h lit I Io -d. IniiV ttj'l- n.av reiiiii-. ii.iiiie aLaiii J 1 r try A.eiit. it -I. ;kt 1.:- li;iT:,e It. !l II. -Ill tlx t-. th-th.- di-tr ;i writ t id . n th. ii 1 the duty t!:e r.-gUi I.-lri-t ". ::ri , ' r a li t in v l.i. h --ii'1 j !' ! in. ii: !a:uu-, t" have th n ..-t. r. ul.ii L sLall h- 1. u- :i it nppearii!g t-- TI. h t'-m t .-r Jndo tl at fui-h j n i a .(Kal tii 1 - Itft. r. paid Ileg-i.-trv Agt nts. :i;rij;g the time th. y are sitting t . h.-ar and d.-u rn.i:.- .hje.-tioiis to the riyht to vol., -li.dl alro .-Hike oti, or era.-e. fu tu said register-, the names of all per-nm who fhall he j.r. v- n tlieir ati-!ac'.i n t hae left their ivun: y with the I lirpose i f ieu..iinii.g. i-'ec. II. From the eipirati n f the t-me for rei:Utration, prei- tisto any special r miinn ip;tl eltLti- ii, or any electii-n provided forl law, (other thitll !he general election, as iu i eilib. f. le j'loVided t-rj it fthali be the duty oi the 1-eitiy Agents t- he:ir and dfterinin- bjecti. lis, to the rirht V vi te. ou the part of any person rtgt-red, until .-iix o'clov k i. M. on the ti.inlday pu-vii-us to the day i-f elect i. n, a- proiUed for in lhe he-t pieced ing question, and ail the pioiMot..- of said section shall be applicable, in all ie;-peels, to said munici pal election, or special elections, or otht r election; provide.! f..r by law (other than the .eneral elec tion,) as to the gunerai election. Sec. 12. After the final cmpltt on of the reg isters for th- election precincts or distriets, within their respective townships, previous to the geneml election in November, of each year, and previoti. to any (special or municipal election, or any elec tion provided for by law, other than the general election, the Kegi'try Agents, by or under whom they were re-p ctiely made, shall inmieoiaieiy make out certified copies of the names on the reg-h-ters of each election precinct or district, within their respective townships, so piei:triiig such cer tified copies as to show hiaiiiiig" fr the general and nuinicual elections, designating, altir tUf first Vf.ii- of resist r:it ion. Iv Some Iarticular Cl.aJ- f.r that paiticnlaryefr, and under which theli- itectors mav checkoff the names oi iiioe vuuug during that year by some particular character, a- tlie letter " v , as iniis: --negiMt i u iur uij election in IS " Voting at city election m is "Kegif-ti red f. r general election in 1H.,.. "V. ting at general election in 1 w her aid ceititied coides have been to made, it shall Li the dutv of said Registry Agents to have one copy ot the same, of each el ctis.n pie- ii.ct vr district, delirend to the Inspectors of Fltctions of such precinct or distric t, at k-art by eight o'chx'k a. K. on the day on which said electnn tahes place, t is held. Said certified copies of the najues on th registers ntay be in tlie f Ihming form, or in suet other form as to most conveniently and economi cally carry out the provisions of this Act : cc - - -i Aud So continued.