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TKIBHUT ...jrjlB 94. IU ( FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES A. GARFIELD, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, OF NEW YORK. " " . It it kr to tell whether TUden'a letter te thii eonrention means tht he desire shrink ing inte bun; hele or is anxious te expanfl iato a hwgsheitd T.' - ' rora Titnet-lUvitw remarks that "Cassu., of the Stntinel, is said to be the best parliamentarian aud poorest poker player th ever occupied a seat io the Legislature of th State." "Ladies and geaUeaiea" said aa Irish Man ager te his audience of three, "as there is no body here I'll dismiss you all. The perform ance of this niiht will not be performed, but will be repeated tomorrow criming, Because his squaw gave birth to a child that was a little pale, Whiskey Bob, a noted Piute threw the infaut into the Humboldt river Had he lived in the vicinity of Bodie or Au rora he would have soon familiarized himself ith these accidents. Jessie Raymond is again after Senator Hill and takes her haby along with her to give him all the annoyancd possible. A real live baby at a Democratic National Convention will be quite n improvement on the "Rag Baby' that used to make the Democrats howl. Tub Storey county Coroner's Jury have been enabled to satisfactorily explain the Yv'.lew Jacket accideiU. They say that it wau caused by some drills falling down the shaft The surviving relatives of the five miners killed will read the verdict with great interest A blihb calf was born in Virginia City yesterday. It was perfectly formed but had no eye balls. He has arrived just in time to vote the Bourbon ticket at the election and his physical qualification are suck that there is no reason to doubt that he will vote it straight. Tom D.ile, captain of a Canadian cricket club, left England some years ago as a deserter from the British army, and also deserted his wife. Not long since he received a letter from her to the effect that if he returned Sir Garret Wolsley would protect him from arrest. He went back and his wife met him at the land ing with an officer. He is now in jail. It is hard to get ahead of a woman. The California papers will never tire of talk ing about the terrible castigatioa that Creed Hayniou administered to Logan in the Chi cago Convention. A careful perusal of Hay- mon'a speech, however, makes one wonder why so much fuss is being made over it. There was nothing brilliant or cutting about it. The California delegate simply informed Logan that some of his personal remarks did not ap ply to tho Pennsylvania delegate, and that's about all there was of it. Thi Eureka Leader says that Hon. Thomas Wren has received hia commission under the broad seal of the United States as Centennial commissioner for the State of Nevada at the centennial celebration of the signing of the treaty of peace with Great Britain at the elose of the Rttvolutiouary war, which is to take place in New York in 1883, with a pomp and - circumstance that bids fair to eclipse the cen tennial celebration of the signing of the Deo laration of Independence at Philadelphia, in 187C ' A Sjraxoi; t ,rjr is related by a lady in tho Providence, It. I. Journal. One day she went into a store to purchase a pair of gloves. She tried on one or two pairs before becoming sat isfiud. A few days afterwards she missed a valuable gold ring from her finger. Search was made for it without success, and it was finally given up as irrecoverably lost. At tha expiration of nearly a year she went into the same store again on the same errand as before. In tho finger of the first pair she tried on she . fouud tho long lost ring where she left it draw ing off the glove a year previous. ."Whin TBI Cat's Aw at. The other day Bogart, proprietor of tho Santa Barbara Press, went out of town for a ride, and en returning ' found the paper printed with the following . paragraphs regarding himself, written by one of tho, exchange fiends:. Bogart's ptrsonal appearance is not sensibly improved since his hd was pealed, .n ? ? Finally, the editor of this paper has left the city tiui' kipped," bar the Bucertainty f ' human v nU may return him again, like a ,'Jba4.'py. r ... ,'. ..'': ., ! ; ' " - In the following issue he denounced tha above as having no more point than ike end of n axa handle. i TELEGEAPHIC. The Bourbons Get Together, Ballot Once and Adjourn. . ' 1 . o SAN FRANCISCO NEWS. Eastern. " - Cincinnati, J une 23. , Tho Convention assembled at 10 o'clock with ex Governor Stevenson of Kentucky as Permanent Chairman. The Committee en Credentials reported against the contestants in Massachusetts , aid. Pennsylvania, also against the Tamany delegates from New York. A minority report was submitted by Carroll of Kansas in favor of admitting the contestants frouvlNaw York, who should be allowed twenty rotes, , the regular delegates casting fifty. The previous question was then called for, L .i the acceptance of the majority re port, .and. one hour, given to tho committee, and forty minutes given to the contestants to debate. The majorityareport was adopted the vote standing 457 to 20. New York not vot ing. : ' TH! NOMINATIONS. Ohio, then presented the name of Thur naan. Pennsylvania the name of Gen. Han cock, at which there was great cheering. When South Carolina was reached there were cries for Hampton, who took the plat form, on hia crutches, and was accorded an enthusiastic reception. Cen. Hampton sec onded tho nomination of Bayard and was loudly cheered. Gen. Hubbard of Texas seconded the nom ination of Hancock. When California was reached, McElrath presented the name of Judge Field. He said the Democrats' now had an opportunity to se lect a man who would ensure a victory. When Delaware was called there was great and prolonged oheering, and George Grey of Delaware took the platform for the purpose of presenting the name of Senator Bayard. When Baynrd's name was mentioned there was more applause. When Illinois was reached Marshall pre sented the name of Morrison of Illinois. Senator Vorhees presented tho name of Hendricks. At the mention of his name the crowd again began cheering. Striugfellow of Virginia seconded the n ination of Field. The role of States was concluded at 4:43 p. M. A motion to adjourn till 10 o'clock to-aaor row was made and the call of States demand ed. The motion was rejected by a 'vote of 398 to 329. THE FIKST BALLOT. The roll of States was called for the first ballot. The totals were as follows : Official vote of the first ballot : Hancock, 171. Bayard, 1G3J. Payne, 85. Thurman, 68. Field, 05. Morrison, 62. Hendricks, 4&i. Tilden, 38. Seymour, 8. Lathrop, 8. Loveland, 5. Randall, 5. McDonald, 3. McClellan, 2. Parker, 1. Black, 1. Jewett, 1. English, 1, Nevada voted Field 3, Tilden 3. Convention adjourned till 10 a. m. to mor row. California. The Stock Board Powder Rxploslon. . San Francisco, Jane 23. Tho big board to-day resolved to adjeurn from J uly 2d to . J uly 7th. . About half past 8 o'clock this morning tho mixing, house of the Vulcan Powder Works ear San Pablo blew up. No one was hnrt and tho damage is not ever $1,090. Sate YorB Monbt. An exchange says The law steps in to help the printer. By the last postal decision business men can actually make money by getting their bills and state ments of accounts printed. The law now says in substance that if chese are made out on pa per that is printed at the head they can be sent through the mail for one cent, the envel ope being unsealed; whereas, if made out on nnprinted paper they will cost three cents. Thus by patronising the printer, two cents can be saved on every bill and statement that is sent through the mails, and that will mere than pay for the cost of blanks." ' Yet there are plenty of slow going-men in the commu nity who will continue the same as ever. SnnOER, of the San "Juan Ttnu, deals out rebukes to his ehecnies a follows: There ara a faw rjartinn hniilv onoaaaA in I J "p." raakiHt; war aeainst the Times, and miner their eflocts toiriauoeparties'noi'td take our paper. One of , the parties., thus engaged owes, ys a year's subscription for the. year 1877,- and another.'a large inrount of money for legal ser vioos. h BothvoUims are outlawed. Opposition from those men comes with a bad erace. Tin you' want names? Thb San Francisco Call probably contains less information to a columu than any paper in America. Yet thousands of people rush out on the door steps every morning to grab the paper simply to be informed on current events in thia wise : . The withdrawal of both Seymour and Til den certainly gives some one among the less prominent candidates a chance. Many who read an announcement like the above, feel quite complimented as they reflect that the editorial opinion so nearly coincides with their own. George Bennett, the man who shot the ed itor of the Toronto Glob, will be hanged Jujy 23rd. ; ; . 'l CARSON RACE TRACK Monday, July 5, 1880. TUB FIRST BACK MILL AtB MILE HEATS, three ia five, for a purse tf ilOS, between tnree Carson hones, McCIellan, owned bjr A. '. Bills; B. clre"s Bonn Hone, and WMdbura'i rjr Hrw. To be followed by a race between Maggia C and Brushy John, Mile heats, 3 in 5, for a purse of t- Admimlon taTrark 50 (onti E DOWNER, Proprietor. MRS. M. A. F0KSTER, E A D I X MILLIWER, HAM OS i Hand a lare assoitmeui of the LmTEST styles of TRIMMED BONNETS AND HATS Constantly riO irinf latest nor cities in FRENCH JJIIJLIftEttY PARTICULAR ATTENTION GVIM TO 03CERS FROM THE CDWffcY. ADAMS ELQCX, EASSflN tTf.lET, CAR. OK CITY, . NIVADA. 45 Years Before the Public. THE CEMUIWE Br. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy " for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, aud in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, . er . diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. ACUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can; be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a sireple purgative they are unequaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-ooated- Each box has a ned-vrax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper beats the signatures of C. McLanb sa-d Fleming Bros. gg?-Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMIX6 BB0&, Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name McLnne, spelled differently but same pronunciation. GREAT EXCITEMENT! ( CROWD OF PBOPLB CON. X stantly rushing to tha large Clolninj; store ci KOPPEL & PIATT, Corner of Carom nd Third Streets, opposite the St. Cbarie Hotel, CARSON CITY J . . . .'.If EVATM. To view and purchase of their magnificent stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, oossiitho or Han's, Youth.' and Hoys' Clotlilntf, Of all the latest styles, Hate, Caps, Trunks Valises, Shirti Uullars KM. Ktc oci. ii GEORGE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, Wholesale and retail dealer in FRESH FRUlTb, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, ETC THE CNDKRSIOXKD HAS ON H APi V and is daily receiving the Choicest Pralta, freshest Vegetables. Bee of CBftloaa. 'Ctiole IsTass Ctgmra, P-j1 tryi" Ranch Csga, Btc ' N. B. O promptly filled and delivered as per factions GEORGE PERASICH. - Canon street next to Theater Saloon ' NEW DRUG STORE, DAVID BAI.V, CARSON ClTVJfAVADA f. r i Pare Drags,' hemrdals. Pateat'Melltae, Tetlet Geoda. Perfamery, Kte. EVEBYIHIN8 KEWAI BAIH'S DBUQ STORE PirscrlptlBS rareralljr' CemoandeeI. mv22 Imp SELLING OUT FOR CASH ONLY! -AT One Price Clothing Store ! : o FRANK BOSkOWITZ, County Bu iding Carson City, Nevada. S1 PKCIAI. SOTUK f TUB PIBLII ' M ' EMTIBE -. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC. egardlessofFrice to Close Buslnesa ST. B All those indebted to F. INVALIDS AID 0THX5S BEEEBG HIE ALT 03, STRENGTH AND ENERGY, WITHOUT THE BSE OF PRBSH, ARS RS QJf E3TEO TO 88ND FOR THE ELECTRIC REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOIfB KAL, WHICH 16 PUBLISHED FOR FREE DKTRIBCTIO:;. ' II TREATS vpoa HEALTH, HT6IK5E, end Phyil. aJ CaUr, mhI m cnibM( vaejeirpMita or kivmiUMa tor invalid and tkme h autlit from Jivrvow, Kxaaustinf; and Pamfui IHarjuea. Envy snfcjec aaat bears Bixm baaltk and humaa bw, rcoiTe aatrutioa In Ua pogea: aad tlie bm) qw tions asked bT aalformc invaiid, "h hare dlapwe at a ear, are arwwerod, aad alib)e intwuialiua ia vaiuatxered to all who are ia need of awttral adnre. The widest t Elweai'ic BIU wm lediiae, and the aaadied aad aeattiia at ita. lavjawtaace io BH&friag buuuuar, are duly esaaidc4 aad t- YOUNG MEN And oner whe ar ttnm KervotM and Physical IV hM?, Ium at Maaly Vior. rreiuatore Ki hut in aad i Iw aia)y (rttmaiT 6uta oi'ewly iadlcr tiua. vie., are expecully keuefited by eeuwHiim Ss The BLBOTRIC RETIEW exrviare the onmilipatt frauds praaiiwl t quaeks aad mediea) ianrHwtor who urofMx " practice medieiue," aad r" 0,11 obW afr, airaplv, and eeaeaue road o K.hHIi, Vigo. anrffBsdiW Hants. Hrn4 roar rA&a en poal eard a cay, and tfermofien worth thewaad wrH be KUt JM iitiioat, the paWUirra, PULVEPMACHER GALVANIC CO., 513 Hnt3remrrry tit., Sn Fritneikce. t'al. ANOTHER BOOM -AT THE THE HOUSE OF HARASS BROS. HaVINO MDVED OVR KNTIIIB. STOCK consisting ui Crocerias, Liquors, Provisions, Hardware. Grain And Flou Crocks.-, CL.OTU1.XG, BOOTH, SHOES. HATS AND CENTS' FUn,,IS:N3 GOODS. To our new buildin?, we are now piepared tosujply cubtomers and tlit pubic gtnera:!y with everj'hinu in ou liue at CREATLY REDUCED PRICES. We invite everybody to call and e rrrre price a goods belure puruhasiun clsea bere. Mr. CHARLES M ETTF.LIkjRFER having the entire management of our lry Goods itcpartment, would be pleaded to sec hia frieitdd. HARRIS BBO. Carson. Sept. 25. 1879. . MITCHELL'S RESTAURANT, Carson, Nevada, OPPOSITE CAPITOL. THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS BEEN FITTED U" In fine style, with all modern eonvenieuces. It patrona will be furnished with ail The Delicacies of the Keaaon, Prepared in the highest style of the Art Ctiuine hy the .' BEST rBESCU COOKS. Selection being made from our reirular bill of fare. Private rooms for tbeacconanodation of ladies and famil ic entrance on Second street, opposite Onnsby House I2F Balls and parties furnished with suppers at sho notice. Prices in accord with the timeej MITCHELL CLESCOVICH, Proprietor. Carson, November 5. JACOB TOBRIREP, WHOLISALR AND RETAIL DEALtR IS IMPORTED AN3 DOMESTIC CiGA;.S, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY Kte Btc Rte. ARLINGTON.' BLOCK, CARSON CITY NEVADA. ianlm ARLINGTON HOUSE, lTORTh CARSON STREET. CARSON CITY, HtVAM Havinir leased this well-known brick building, I notify my friends and the public in general that it will be kept a a first-class hotel In every particular. ' TnK TABLE will be second to none m uie stare. THE BtR will be supplied with the best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 43 'Good cooks and gentlemanly waiters have bees se cured. Aa an old resident of Carson CiU. I auk and expect a share of public patronage. My intention ia to attend to porson to the wauls ol my patrons. u. r . raAu, ; THE -o- :-OH AKB jtFTIB THIS DATE I fFILs. KCLI. frVTOCli OF Boskowitz will please call and settle. M. CILLICAIM'S WHOLESALE AkD BETA I BOOT AND SHOE STORE CARSON STRKET, CARSON, NKV. If ADDITION TO MV FOR . nei stock, I am fptninc 5060 pairs tif HJote and eboes, fclij'ptre and Nuiilav, all t the lutest urvita and bent cuaiiiy, .-.11 ..ill be n '.tt at the lowest price lor catb. SO Cases ol Kurt't Goat Hue she9, au Umi ! th' clkl IMwIa C. Barl'a ldadlea, rri-nsS kid butlna toata. 1G rMa of Idirliv' It bite Kltl sandals. IO Caaea of y Taiiet vUiipeia. la Caa.-s of AUsaeV aad Cbildreaa Peahlc at Button. JtQ Dua JUaaea aad Children's Fine Kid. tO Deiea InlanU' "reach Kid tnd.flereat oolors. 80 Cases of Tlrrel Boots, 20 Doxen Ladies' freaeh Kid Ha'toa of aajr own ma he and all of the latest styloa. 29 Caaea of Cent's Walking Shoes. 50 Cases ot ISoy.' and Vouui.' Calf Shin Shoes. 2U Cases ef tienta' French Calf Skin Tap Sole Boots, htft-h. narrow hrel. SO Cases f Oeata' Fine Hun t Soed Boot, alao Ldadiesand 6al' Fins nouta anil echoes. PARTICULAR ATTESITIOM PAID TO COUNTRY 0F.D:FS. Flesse call and examine these good and prices bt-fore purchasing elsewhere, and 1 will guarantee tleartiilr ill be as I n present to n y enstemc-rs aud give thcru good satisfaction and clitapcr gcx ds than any hout-e in the State, as I am a thorough judne myself ai.d cannut be ee ceivetl iu C2 leather. 1 buy my j.'eioug at the lowett price for cash, c sequent !y 1 yive my custiiiuers the benefit of tny kii- H ltdjre in the butincts. Very Kepecffully, )28 M. GILLIGAN. e.'m. iiraT, OF THE LAKETAIIOE l.l'XBER YARD, Having piirchimed the mill recently operated by the Carson Mill Company w ill combine the two, aud both will be luauatfed Iv hiiu, frwn this date, us sole proprietor. A complete stock of Common 2nd Clear Lumber will b kept consbcntlr on hand. AIm. Shingles, Monld intra, rieketa, Window Doors, Bllntlw. Sereen Doors. Win dow Screens. Wire-eloth, Locks, Butts. Kiel. Etc. COISITEKS, NUUW CANES. Tl'RSED WORK, J KCROLL WORK, BRA CUTS, ETC. Ar d ornamentsof every description furnished ai short notice. Contrasts taken lor House Boildinc and Repairing-. CLOSING OUT BUSINESS. OWIXU TO POOR HEALTH I AM COH pelled to seek other jrarts for a change of clin.ate and have fi nnd it necessary to dispose of n.y lun:imre Business entirely. 1 therefore now effermy stock of FINE WALNUT FURNITURE AN BEDDING AT COST, AT MY STORE. Spring-Beds, Mattresses and Lounges Will be sold so low that it wlil be cheaper to buy new than to have the old repaired. Bou t Fail to Avail Yourself ! the Opportunity. Chas. JKilznieyer and C. il. Maish are authorized to collect all accounts and transact all business during my absence. Very j.espectfnll.i , CEO. W. KITZMEVEi;. , Carson, May 1, J&sb. PAL ACE '0F MODES. MOT. 91 J. VAVSKR CAK BE l'l'SI) At iicr Millinery Establishment, on Sonth Carson Stre t t ppesUo Olcovfehs. She bis now on hepd the most a iprored styles of PARISIAsd GOODS, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS HAT5, TWKMiNQS, J RIBBONS. ETC., At P. ! to salt th Times. ny2td rrvprwiur.