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Tfcarwtaj.. J«a« II. IMA. PUTFAIN AKA KMUTtMl I4«|fr< Ay Iht Nevada Beaefrellf a lata Cwmttea, May SI. IMA. The Demoancy of Nevada, by their repre sentatives in convention assembled, resolve— First--We affirm our devotion to the I'nien; deprecate all sacUonaliem; hold tfie Republican partv responsible for all the agitation of dead issues, and regard the preservation of local self government as necessary to the perpetuation of the Republic. Second—We declare that among the leading issues of the campaign are the vindication of the right of the people to self-government, the condemnation 'if the crimes against the ballot committed four years ago, resistance to impe rialism, the maintenance of the reserved right* of the States and opposition to Chinese immi gration. Third—That we are unqualifiedly opposed to Chinese immigration to Uiisi-ounfry.and pledge ourselves to use all lawful mean* to prohibit it, even though it involves the abrogation of the Burlingame Treaty; that there is no hope fur relief from this servile immigration scourge, which degrade* the dignity of lai«or, lowers the standard of morality and meuaces our civiliza tion except through the election of a Demo cratic President; that we condemn and de nounce in the 'trongest terms the veto of the hill limiting the Chinese immigration to this country. Four.h—Tb-ot the drift of the Republican party towards an empire, through the oppress ive con.-entratlon of capital, is an outrage upon the masses ao-i an insult to the men who carry the guns in defense of our liberties. Fifth—That we regard with alarm the doc trines of centralization recently announced by the Republican majority of the Supreme Court of the United States, as having been made in the interest of party, and is intended to blot out the last vestige of State rights and change the Federal Uni. n to an Empire. Sixth -That the labor of a country is its cap ital, and deserves the protection and guardian ship of cur Governments—State and Federal. Seventh—That we favor the maintenance '4 the public schools—the ho;* and pride of a free Eighth—That *11 propertv should hear its just proportion >f taxation: and we favor the r-is-tnient of such laws as will accomplish this mid. ointh—That we favor the equal protection of the rights of labor and capital under just laws, thereby bearing the burdens and increasing the advantage* of the working people. Tenth That we claim as amongst the powers reserved to the states the right to pass at any time by their legislatures, laws to prevent common carrier' from making unjust discrimi nation- again -f perwons and places; and we recommend the County Conventions to take action iu accordance with the foregoing resolu tion Eleventh- -That the Democracy demand free and fair ele ti--n«. and to that end denounce all interference with elections by the military powers; that, the experience of this and other countries has abundantly proved that the pres ence of tro ps a' trie polls is destructive of the ! fr*«d‘ ■m of ele tions. and is incompatible with | the existence of free institutions; that we pledge our earnest endeavors to upholding a ■ystem of untramui-ied suffrage, absolutely free from Federal force and supervision. Twelfth - Tlie doctrine promulgated by the leaders of the Kepunlican t«arty, that a strong and centralize,! Uovernmcnt is essential to the | maintenance and perpetuity of American insti tutions, is a doctrine dangerous to the liberties ] of the people, destructive of the right of hical j •elf-gove* nnri'-nt, and roust eventually termin- | ate in anarch v and imperialism. Thirteenth —That the Democracy oppose all favoritism and class legislate n; no single inter est or class of persons should be protected at the expense of others. Fourteenth -Thatwe are opposed to the eo «a!led new Mining law recommended by the Public Land Commission, and rc-.ard the same as destr u-tive of the great industry of our State. The miner ,-houid he permitted to fol low bis hide on the dip wherever it may go. That we are also opposed to tlie so-called Public land La v rec< mmemled by the Public land Commission, and regard it -as an innovation on the ancient Democratic doctrine that the public domain should tie preserved to make homes for the people. Fifteenth V.*e denounce the great fraud by which R. B. Hayes and W. A. Wheeler were made President and Vice President of the Cnited State', and tiie fairly-elected < .nd whites, Samuel J. Tiiden and Thomas A. fcWndrieka, counted out; tljat this great crime against civil liberty and popular government slu uld never he forgot en or condoned. Sixteenth T..at we instruct our Delegates to the Convcnti n to meet at Cincinnati to vote for the retention of the umo-hoaved "two thirds’ rule,’ in nominating candidate* for President and Vice President. Seventeenth That vo heartily pledge ear mipport V< the l andiilatex of the Cincinnati Oirweatien rw- well -vs to the nominee* of th« Nevada Democratic .otate tConvention. J. C. H AttKRMAN, Chairman. MOUNTAIN BKEWBRY. RAiLanto irurr, WINN EM UCCA. * * - NEVADA. CHARLES KESI ER ieae to an nonce* to his friends an ! the public generally that idnce the fire he h « built a NEW BKEWEKY On Railr'ead Street, wtih-h is npptted with •pure MOl .STAIN WATER,: And is re w brewing LAGER BRER OF SUPERIOR QUALITY Rqual to any .jei excelled hr none. Me is now tireiiareil to s apply bis old eueto mtrs ami the public with Wholesome and in vi/or»tin. 'o r brewed fr"tn the t*sc malt and epring war- r, by the barret, key •« quart, at prices to suit the times, (live him a *» ai >»td tw> c nvini td Orders from all points will be prompt!, filled, aurtb-77t CHARLES KESLER Bren .. ; it A I LROA : MEAT YllltKET, : BRIliHK STKKKf, WIMMKMUCr.Jt GEORGE BERK, iToprietor. My patron* will find the Railroad Market nip , plied with the very beat quality of BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, ETC. j Tefbe found In the State. My prices *ill be ' found reasonable. Meat* shipped to all noitita on the Railroad and all orders prompt!* filled. Btt-fl-u «lll ME A CALL. Send Year Orders C. V. HTEYEXH 4c CO.. -w» Ml' ivb I wwmi* r*m MMK, ■•MBIV AND fiMTEH, Ladle.’ and Children’* Shoe*. WE GUARANTEE THE VERY LOWEST P—R—I—C—E—8. OT Agency for B*Uerkk Pillerai TIJ IT Send your name for “Mosthlt Fashion Pacer” free. Send for Price List of Goods. SAMPLES FREE! SAMPLES FREE ! Send to C. D. Stevens & Co., Cornet of Eighth A J Streets. SACRAMENTO, CAL. FOR GOOD GOODS AT LOW TRICES. mh24-3ro DR. SPINNEY, NO. II KEARNY STREET, Treat* Ail Chronic and ft pedal Of *ca*e*. Y © F X «- .»■ E X WHO MAY BE SU FFERING FROM THE .-fleets of youthful follies or indiscretion, will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humani ty. DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit AVO for every case of Seminal Weakness or pri vate disease of any kind or character which he undertakes and tails to cure. Niuiiu>.ua:D min. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuations of the bladder, often accompanied with a slight smarting or burning tc-naation and a weakening of the system in a manner the patient can not account for. On examining the urinary depos it* * ropy sediment will often I* found, and sometime* small particles of albumen will ap pear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue, again changing to a dark and torpid app, ar anoe. There are many men w ho die of this dif Acuity, ignorant of the cause, which is the sec ond stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such eases, and a healthy restoration of the genito urinary or gans. Office Hour*-—10 to * and 6 to 8. Sundays, ft om 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free. Thor ough examination and advice, $5. Cull or address DR. HPIN.NET A ro.. No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco. p. g.—For Private IHseases of short stand ing, a hill course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all instructions, will be sent to any address on receipt of 110. JyS-tf THE <;reat exglisii remedy Is a never failing Cure for Nervous Debility, Exhausted I Vitality, Seminal j Weakness, Sperma- | torrhoea, I, AST MANHOOD. Im potency, Paralysis, and all the terrible effects of self-abuse, Youthful Follies, and Excesses in Maturer years — ttub*>bu» oi «tui- -i,, i-aasitude, Noctsmai Emission. Aversion to Society, Dimness of V-.s ion, Noise* in the Head, the vital fluid passing unohsetyed in the urine, and many other di teases that lead to insanity and death. I DK. MINTIK will agree to forfeit Five Hu Hit red Dollars for a aase of this kind the I VITAL REKTOKATIVK (under his special advice and treatment! will not cure, or lor any thing inrpure or injurious found in it. DR. MIvTIE treats all Private Idseases success fully without mercury. tlonanlfntlon Free. Thorough examination and advice, including analysis of urine, 16 00. Price of Vital Re* •tnrnttve, 13 00 a bottle; or four time* the quantity, HO 00; swot to any address upon rt eeipt of price, or C O. D., secure from oliserva tioo, and in |trivate name W desired, hy A. K. MINTIK, M. D.. II Kearney Street, Han Francisco. CaL DR* MINTIE’H KIDNEY REMEDY. NKPHCKTH I'M, cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder Complaints. Gonorrhoea, Gleet. Leucorrhoea. For sale by all druggists; II 00 a bottle, six bottles for K> 00. DR. MHTIKN DANDELION PILL* are the host and -heapest DVHPEPHIA and RILIOI* cure in the market. For sale hy all Druggists. d27-ly Y» W.000 A YEAR, ot $6 $20 a day In your own cality. No risk. W.,m*n W as well a4 men. Many make more than the amount stated aiiove. No oseean fait to make money fan. Any one mu do the work. You eaa make from bo cents to $2 aa hoar by devotlag your evenings and •pare lime to the business It costs nothing to try the holiness Nothing like it for money making ever offered before. Business pleasant and striot, j honorable. Reader, if you want to know all a. ou- the best paying business before the public, tend ue your address and we will send you lull particulars and private ter.ru free; samples a t rth $b also free. You can then make up your ifursd for yourself. Address OBOROK hTINSON * CO., nl-ftm Portland. Maine. f. a a. m. Ktaled wimmamcatMos of Winnenioccm fyvige, No. 19, r A A M., will be held a«UM.tr Mali in BUuuton's new building on Saturday evening, April 24. Patarday evening, May 22. Saturday evening, June 19. All Master Masons in good atandtag are cordially invited to attend. •AUlXr BfttK) Mt M. J. £ tUaUiK. .Secretary HHIBOLI»T LAD€E, NO. 16 I. O. O. F. RBOULAR MKKT1N08 r cry Tfearvday Evening at their Kail at i Star. rttoB^s new buiMUg a* d r.M., until further noBcv C A. r»e8AU8SVRE N. 0. J. £ Sabirs Secretory. THE SILVER STATE. ___— I THE SILVER STATE BOOK, JOB AND NEWSPAPER PRISTISti OFFICE, WIXXEMCCCA, XETAD.l. THE SILVER STATE (s published every evening, except Sunday, and ha* a general and extensive circulation among mining anti businc* j>eople, and ita column* will be replete with the current new, of the day; and all matter, of interest transpir ing in every section of the country, and all im portant event* that may hapj>en throughout the whole work), will be chronicled and DAILY GIVEN TO Ol'R READERS. All matters pertaining to the interest and welfare of the State will ire dispassionately dis cussed and their merits advocated for the gen eral goo*f of the whole people. The MIbIbk ib4 Agricultural latrreal* •f Humboldt County W ill receive our especial attention, ami the ad vancement of everything in those particular departments a ill ts earneutly advocated. The Uml Department Of the h'lLVTA .'stat* will embrace a full and faithful account of the happenings of the tow-n and Its surroundings, ar.d will contain a cartful resume of everything that may be interesting to the reading poiibe # TOE SKLTEB STATE IS THE BEST AXD mowt LiiKHirr ■r.Dirv For Mining, ffjw.ns** and ail other A IM R E T I S I1SC! JOB WORK! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, i From the Largest Poster —» Till* !WO*T D«Ki;Z CARP, BiefilH wild KftUHw PfepaArb. BUSINESS MEN, PROFESSIONAL MEN, ANT) PRACTICAL MEN, Will pleat* take notice of what is said abore. 4. J. DLL a CO. NEW GOODS. J. C. FALL Sc CO. UNION VILLX, Have in store and receiving daily, fresh sup plies of Goods, Wliiih are offered at tbe lowest Prices for prompt pay, comprising DRY GOODS, LADIES’ DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. LADIES’ HATS AND SHOES. ALSO BOOTS, SHOES, SUMMER HATS CLOTHING amdGENTL EM EN'S UNDER* EAR TOBACCO, CIGARS, GROCERIES, LIQUORS. HARDWARE and MINING TOOLS, DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND OILS, TINWARE, ROPE, RAKES, SCATHES, ETC , ALWATAOe HASP BUTTER, LARD, HAMS, BACON. FLOUR. CORN MEAL, BARLEY AND FEED f'nionville, .lone in, 187.8 >.<*! I Thi* whisky ha* been distilled from strictly Selected grain, and from it* age and purify gained it* well known reputation It is •»!]»;■ rior to any other brands in the market for medicinal and family use. K. KETXHABT k CO.. JelO Hole Agent*, Winneniuoca, Xcv. District Court Summon*. Tn the r>i«trirt Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the htate- of Nevada, in and for the County of Humboldt: Alvira Kvans. plaintiff, versus M Castle and J. F. Ahed, defendant*. Action brought in the District Oxir* of the Fourth Judicial District of the Mate of Nevada, in and for the County of Humboldt and the complaint filed in the .ftiev or the- Clerk of »ai l District Court on the 24th day of April, A. I*. IMHO The Hta'e of Nevada sends greeting to >1. C*stle and J. F Abel, defendant*: You are hereby required to ap|>ear in an ac tion brought against you by the above named \ plain'iff, Alvira Feans. in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Humboldt,, and to answer the cmuplairv filed therein with the Clerk • f said Court within ten day * (exclus ive of the day of service) after th*- service on you of this Summon* if served within this County; or If reived out <if this County hut in this Judicial District, within twenty days; ofh erwise, within forty days or judgment by de fault will he taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint Said action is brought for a dissolution of | copartnership existing between plaintiff and defendanlf'astle, and for an accounting of the co partnership accounts, for the sale of copurtner ship projierty, the payment of the debt* of the I concern out of the proceed* of such sale, snd the distribution of the baUn*-r; also for the ap pointment of a Receiver during the |»enilcncv of this action; said cofsartnership consisting in the tiusiness of buying, selling, slaughtering and shipping cattle, at Humboldt County, Nevada, and said property ron-lstlng of * slaughter I hour* , corral* and appnrtcTioiices, situate at or near 'Viunimucea. Ail of which will more fullv | ..[•|war by refertn ■•* to said < "omplaint, a c**rti i fl*.d copy of wrhioh ac 'tn'ianies thi< Summons, ar.d made a part hereof. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint a* above r;<|uir< <1, said plaintiff will apply to the Court lor the relief prayed for in -ajd Com plaint, and take judgment against you for costs of suit. [I,. S. | Given under my hard and the Seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Pis- ' tfict of the btote of Nevada, in and tor the County of Humboldt, this 24th day-if April, ! A. D. 18H0 JeS JOd J. II JOB, < Vrk. | WINNKMUOTA FLOURING MILLS. CHAKLRfl KK.Mf.KK, Proortotof. Bahbah Kitra, Famjlt K*r»A, trt> CaaIIT Fi.ot a. TVj b<-*t<)uuftty of GRAHAM FLOUR.: Mmk from Huperlor » heat MIDDLINGS, BRAN AND SHORTS At Wholesale only. GROUND BARLEl For or Ground to oitler for Ouatomer*. Order* iroja A fcraiaal Oiled rniapll) •tUML delinquent notice. •iizba »ILVU BUtte conrzxT. location of principal pi*, of bu.i*.. «. ¥ nin K-ti, California; location o! W, •t?0;* tTI holdt county, Nevada- " ort>. Hum N GTIC'K.-There are ifaHnni»»» following descrii-d Zk ^t'T." 2* »•*'“ No. Hi. levied . „ the 20^ ^m.vT-T the several amount* aet owm* the respective Mia^bolder^i^; * SO. so. S,AMM- ««T. sH.vnm. A,T Alien, .A D.... iiyi * A-’en: AD..i.. 7 w 'V* Allen, AD. 8 ,<* J Allen, A I*. 3 in,, ® All,n- AD. 10 1W) ’ * Forfie*. <1.a*. trustee... 202 WSO 6~ i! (.CI11C, (.10 1.100 1000 Z. Oeisw, (w. V. 102 1000 a* 01 (iei.-c, Oeo P .104 lut© *. ' (.eiiM?. Geo r. 105 ]0fW ^ Geiase, Geo f.HO 100 . . Geisae, Geo f.HI ico . J, fkuaae, Geo F.112 100 £m Halsey, A. tniatee.125 100 llalscy, A. trustee. 126 lou Halsey, A. trustee.1*3 jou, g^ Hall Charles, trustee*. .226 .500 Johnson, Mrs M J.177 7000 yj,, ft, Kran.r, I’ll .J© hsjo w m Kraner. P II, trustee.210 1000 go m Kroner. P H, trustee.*11 px© 00 m Kranor, P H. trustee.212 PX© gp m Krauer P H, trustee.213 1000 gem Kjancr, P H, trustee.. ..215 M0 y, w Kraner, P II. trustee.210 6020 yq m Kraner, P II, trustee _225 Ux© y, L Kinkcad. Mn l.izaie K... .143 lOOO Kell), J I. k .2... 71 500 *10, Kelly, J I. F. . 72 500 y, •* }• j;.1000 go f« Kelly. .ILK .17» J.V) i£( Knox.CC.117 .V© *,(„ Knox.CC.Ilk 51© y, (l> Knox.ec .!)» 5*© jooo Knox.CC.120 500 a,© Kinkeail J II.224 IPO g 00 Martinez, K trustee.1© 500 30 no Martinez, R trustee_151 500 Martinez. R trustee_...152 !An y, Martinez. R trustee.l/S .500 300) Martinez, R trustee.1:4 5uo so,© Martinez, R trustee.1/5 500 y, * Martinez, R trustee.156 son 30 Martinez, K trustee.157 :©n y, n, Owen, J.ts. K. ..».20S 250 It fO Preston. A H. .. .166 M© 31) ut Pnnt.n, A P, .1«7 :©0 30© Turner, Robert. 222 2‘© 15 n. Wheeler. K D. 171 1<*» gi> go l ie - Co trustee*!#/. V© 3* (© Whitel> Tbios (Vv. tmsteesl'© ,'4ft 30 if) Whitel) .Tin". Oo.tmMeo.167 fs© 10 f© White!) ,Th< s. G ■ tnntwallW /s© ;W co \no in j <»rdan<-e with law, arsl an ordered 'hr Hoard >.f lhre*t©rs. made on tin 20th dsr ..f 51a;., 1x70, so many Lam. of each parrel »f su. h stock as may lie necessary, will h* sw<J ut puMic auction at the * ttice of the lonijmny, No. 512 Monti'ouiery -treef. Ssu Prsn-nco. Cali fornia, on Ti'KKDAY, the 22.1 dsr of J1L1. 1S7U. at the hour of 2 o riock r. vi of saw ti*\) to •,>*> t* Unquciit assessments them n, lofrthir * i’h costs of advertising and evpeiw-s of tht sale. ABKAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POM 1*0 N E M EN T. Tl?e sale of delinquent stock of ths »hev« nam-d C« <mpatiy is hereby postponed until TfM liVI'AY. Aucust 21, I»7'>, at the-am# hour an.! puue. By order of the Board of lorn torn. ABRAHAM HALSEY, 'ccretarv POM PON EM ENT. Tlie v»!c of delinquent stock of the also# f'ompanv t« hercbv [«■» teamed until MOXHAY, <MoWr 20th. 1S7». at the «.»*• hour and place. By order of the bean) of Id rectors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Se.TeUn POSTPONEMENT. Th. mk of delinquent steak of the abas named Company :« hereby |*»tf*ned eafil EMBAY. Ifecend >-r lt*th, 1S7P, at the same hour ami place. Uy order of the H«*rd<# It rectors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, Secretary. POSPONEMENT. The «ole of delinquent *t«a-k of th# alsot named tVmrary is here!) postponed aatil TCtbBAY, Eehruarr 17*h, lhaO.it the taais hour and place By order of the Board of tH rectors. ABRAHAM HALSEY, vmun POM PON EM ENT. The au!e of delinquent stock <d tht aid's named Compart is hereiy »»li) SATCKBaY, April 17th, lbsit. at tbs *s me bar and plate. Bv ord.-r of the Board of (breevn. ABRAHAM HAI>KY, Secretary POSTPONEMENT. The sale of delinquent strs k of the »b< vs named ivopanv is hereby nel uaid A KftV EE It A V, June 16. ISstl.at the SJHb b-“f and place. H\ order of the luar I of luffte'* ABRaHAM IIALMKY, Sevreteiy jyi’t tdap'JO-td Toll l(Hk IMt III:. si aii * t ak M»K 4'ouulis. Colds Consumption. And all Ili.riiM H of Throat aad laa*»* L4\VRE\CK & W4RTIX. Ill Oadlfum Mrrrt. rhlrswo. Sole Amenta U. K ami funa.lu lm[wrUn <’f WINKS, Llyrotut AM* CIOAKS. For wile by OrutfiflNtit and Ikoier* ever/* her** 1 IHiixJI V JOB PBIKTIX*. IN AM. ITS VARIETIES, Promptly and Sfratly B*rf«t»<* AT THE omiT OF TIIE *- 1-lrT-ll »-T-A-***