Till BHD T Jl'LY 2. 18S
THE ORIGAN PtATFjm
li!ow U given iliu textof the platform tmo
lutionaad ptel by the Republican National
Convention at Chicago:
Republican rule ha restored opon a! solid
baaU payment in coin for alj the national ob
ligations, aud has given as a currency abso
lutely good and legal, and equal in every
part af our extended country. It has lifted
the credit of the nation from the point yvtaere
mx per cent, bonds sold at 86; to .that where
four per cent, bonds are eagerly sought at a
premium. Under its administration railways
have increased from 21,000 miles in I860 to
4 more than 82,000 miles ib 1879. Our foreign
trade has increased from 1700,000,000 to $1,150
000,000 in tUe t.amn time, and our exports,
w hich were &!0,000,000 less than our imports
in 1S0O, were $201,000,000 more than our im
Hrl4 ia 1S70. Without resorting Ui loans, it
has, since the war closed, defr.iyed the ordin
ary ex pen mis of government, besides the ac
cruing interest on the public debt, and dis
bursed annually more than 30,000,000 f r sol
diers' penhions. It has paid $850,000,000 of the
public debt, and by refunding the balance at
lower rates, has reduced the annual interest
chariro from nearly Jlol.OOO.OOO to less than
$8t,000,000. All the industries of the country
have revived; labor is in demand; wages have
iucreased, and throughout the entire country
there is evidence of a coming prosperity
greater than we have eer enjoyed. Upou
this record the Republican asks for the con
tinued confidence aud support of the people,
and this convention submits for their appro
val Din foliow in', statements of the principles
aal purposes which wili coiitiuue to guide
and tuspire its effort!:
KM'MKKATl').N OK ritlNCIPL.ES.
First We alltrm that the work ef the last
t enty-ono years has been such as to com
mend iLsfif to tbe fivor of the nation, and
that the fruits of lbs cn.slly victories which
we have achieved Uirootib immense difficul
ties whouM te pre-ei vcd. That the peace re
clined should becherished. That the dh-sev-t.
id I'uion, now lmppiiy restored, should be
ierpH( iM'ed, and that the liberties secured to
lAi eneiation should le transmitted uudi
Lii.i.iilnvl to future goneriiions. That the or
der labt!-l;eil aed t he credit si-quired should
tifver be imperiied. Tlnu the pensions prom
ised should le paid. T.'i iu the debt so much
reduced hooM le extingtii-ihed by the full
payment ofcverv dollar thereof. That the
reviving industries .should be further promo
ted, and that the coin merce already so great
sh-'illd be sUadii einiirjfL
.second Tne t'oimtiiurion of the United
:atcs if the Miip en im'.v, and , not a compact,
Out of Conf.fdt-ritc.l S ; it made a nation,
Nome powers are denied the Nation, while
others are it;uiiH d ' i Niaie-; but the bound
ary between ttie i.'wet ileh-ua ed and those
reserved is to Ih detenu ined oy National aud
UJt by sttate tritunai.s.
Third The work t popular education is
one iett to the cart- of ihe several States, but
it is the duly (' the N itioual government to
:t. I tliHt work fotneextrnlof its consl it uttonal
ability. The intelligence of the naiion is but
tue aggregate or the intelligence in the sever
a. Mates, and the destiny of the Naiion must
bo guided, not by the genius of any one
Jstalc, but tbe aveiae genim of all.
NO't-KkCrAHI N SCHOOLS.
Fourth The "onti itution . wimMv forbids
C'ougress to mke any Jaws resttcctiu an es
tablishing of religion, but it in idle to hope
that the Nut ion can be projected against the
influence of sectarianism while each State is
exposed to its particular douii 'union. We
therefore recommend that theOonstitution be
so atneiidcd as to lay some probibi'ioii Opon
Is i.' Legislature .of ech Stale aud to forbid
:iie appropriation of public funds to the up-
jx.-ri or sectarian nch'iols. . .
Fifth We arirm the belief avowed in 1876.
that the duties levied for the purpose of reve-
mi4 should so (liscriminaie as to tavor Amer
lean labor. That no further grant of the
public domain should be made to any rail
road or ot ber wrjx.ration. That s'a very bav-
wished in the State, its twin barbarity,
polygamy, must die in the Territories. That
everv where the pro'ection accorded to a ciii-
cu of American birth must be neoured to
t-uizeti of American adoption. ' That it is the
duty of Congress to develop and improve bur
water cour-es and harhors, but we insist that
t jriher nut sidi to private persons or corpor
aitona nins ea-. TUattboobligationsto tbe
oteu who preserved i's integrity in the day of
rattle are undiiimnsiied by the lapse or fifteen
e.rs in:e t,heir final vtctory. Tbeir perpet
honor is and shall forever be the grateful
privilege and the sacred duty of the A mert
oii people. .
THK 4'HINKHK PLANK.
Sixth Since the authority to regulate im
migration and intercourse bit ween the United
states aud foreign nati ns rsts with the t'ou
;res of the United i-tata and its treaty
tfaking powers, that the Republican party,
-"garding tbe unrestricted immigration of
.no Chinese as an evil of great magnitude,
involve tli exercise of the power iO restrain
ltd limit thai immigration by the enact
iruntsof sucli just, humane and reasonable
provisions s will produce the result.
Seventh That the purity and patriotism
which characterized the earlier career of
Kutherford B. Hayes, in peace and war, and
which guided the thought of his immediate
predecessor to him for a Presidential candi
.tate, have. -continued to inspire him in his
i iroor as Chief Executive, and that history
witi accord to his administration tbe honors
which are due to an efficient, just and course
pous fulfillment of xe public business, and
win honor Ins interposition between the peo
ple and proposed partisan laws.
INIQaiTIKS OF TUB DEMOCRACY.
Kighlh We charge upon the Democratic
party the habitual sacrificed patriotism and
j i slice to a supreme aud insatiable lust for
orooe and patrouage; that to obtain possession
of the National and State Governments, and
for tbe control of place and position, they
have obstructed all the efforts to preserve tbe
purity and conserve the freedom of suffrage;
nave devised fraudulent certificates and re
turns; have labored to unseat lawfully elect-
er mmnners oi congress, to secure at ati
hazards the vote of the majority of States in
tbe House of Representatives; have endeav
ored to occupy by force aud fraud places oi
trust elveu to others by the people of Maine,
ami ,16 ured by, tbe courage and action of
Mii-e'i patriotic sons; have by methods
vicious in principal and tyrannical la praotice
at, ached partisan legislation to appropriation
bills; hve crushed the rights of individuals,
ind vindicated the priuciplea and sought tbe
favor of rebellion against the Nation, and
have endeavored to obliterate the sacred
memories of the war and to overcome its in
estimable good results freedom and individ
ual equality. We affirm It to be tbe duty and
purpose of the Republican party to use all
Vce legitimate .means of this Union to secure
B(f perfect harmony which may be practi
ole, 8d we submit to the practicable, sensi
ble people of the United-States to say
w nether it would not be dangerous to the
bast interests of our country at this time
to surrender the administration of the Na
tional Government to a party which seeks to
overthrow tbe exlstisg policy under which
w are so prosperous, and thus bring destruc
tion and confusion where there is uow order,
oouii da ace sad hope. j
HANGE OF PARTNERSHIP.
ALL SHOULD READ THIS
Ajccousr or the withdrawal
Of Mr. Herman Oleovich from oar firm, we
shall sell far the next Sixty Days all of our
Splendid and WeU-lct-'d stock of mer
chandise, consistinr of
Dry Goods, .
Boots & Shoes,
AT LESS THAN THE ORIGINAL COST.
WE MUST HEL.L,
AND INVITE OCB KI.VO PITBOVS AND
TUK Pl'BLIC TO
Call, Sse and Purchase !
lif Don't lose this chance, and call early,
so yon can get ihe full benefit of best and
choicest Spring: goods.
. m 16
E. B. RAIL,
PPOalTE CAP OL BIII.DI5r
IMPQSTtR, WHO LISA LE AND 8TAtL I3EALER IN
and Coal, Stoves
Ranges and Tinware.
PLOWS m AGRICULTURAL
Doors, Windows & Blinds,
Paints, Oils and Brushes,
Glass and Crockery Ware,
Gas Pipe I Gas Fixtures,
Hose, Force & Lift Pumps
Rope, Wood J Willow Ware,
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
BIRD CAGES, Etc.. Etc.
HOUSE FURNISHING G30DS.
HA NUFACTITRER OF
Tin. Copper and
Sheet Iron Ware,
8peial Attentioa given to all rder.
GOODS SOLD AT-
LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES!
E. B. RAIL.
Dr. Sheet has returned and taken rooms at the 'Arling
ton House, where he will be pleaed to see his friends mud
patrons Those wishing his services should call earl v. as
his stay is limited to a few waeks. None but first -class
operation iu all branch of the Dental Art. J
BtRLE n. SCHVTtZ AND B ROTH EH
j hive nened first days Meat Market in the Stone
Building opposite the Arlington House, where can be
at all times the
The new' propietor will fill al
orders with dispatch and
asks a fair share of
CHAS. tS. 8CBUL7 & BROTHER.
CLOSING OUT BUSINESS.
y VWINO TO POOR HEALTH I AM COM'
v" pelled to seek other parts for a change of climate
and have found it necessary to dispose of my Furniture
Buamess entirely. 1 therefore now oner my stoc-K oi
FURNITURE AND BEQDIKG
AT COST. AT MY STOKE.
Spring-Seds, Mattresses and
Will be sold so low that it wlil be cheaper to buy new than
to have the old repaired.
Don't Fail to Avail Yourself of fi
Opportunity. Chas. KitKmerer ai d C. H. Slaish are authorized to
collect all account and iransa .t ail biiHtLess daring ray
absence Ver- . espectfulli,
VEO. W. K1TZMKYER.
Carson, May 1. 1330.
TO THE FflGNT AGAIN !
IV G. FOX MAS
NOW ON HAND A
KRESH issortinent of
Books, Music and Jewelry,
& Reloading- Tools,
And eveiythin; in the sporting line.
All the leading Periodicals and Magazine of America.
Cuttlery, Fancy Articles
And a cent ra! assortment of almost everything that ca
be boiurht for money fbS
CAQWIN & ALLEN,
TEWS DRALBIM AND STATIONERS,
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Picture Frames a fcpeoialty.
A large assortment of Spectacles and Eye-frl&sees also
dealers in Novelties, Yankee Notion9, Toilet Soap,
Perfumer)", CUromas, Stationery, School and
Sheet and Book MujIc tarnished at ahor
Urgtni aad Pianos at Lowest Possible Rates
AMttKICAN 6i SINUtSK SiKWlNO MA" HI.NES
PISTOLS, FIREABMS AND AMJIL'NITION AT LOWEST
Will giy special attention to the delivery of Paper
The Gold HHI News delivered iels23
B4RBED WIRE FENCE.
QABLE LAID DOU3LE WIRE.
POINT STEEL BARBS
The best and cheapest Fence known. No other Fence
squal to it. Manufactured under license from the holder
of tfle origins: patents. Put up on 100 lbs, reels Bend
for ciroul ra.
All kinds of Wire, Iron, SteI and Galvanized, for bail
fencing, telegraph, telephone, etc. etc.
WIRE ROPE OF ALL KINDS IN STOCK AND MASU
FACTURED TO ORDER
A. S. HALLIDIE,
Wire Mills and Wire Rope Works,
jan-30-6m California St., San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET
Wholesale and retail dealer in
FRESH FRClTa, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, ETC
rW H K VNDBRSIONBD HAS ON HAND
1 . and is daily receiving; the
Choicest Fraita, freshest Veiretablea, Bes
of Confectiosia, Choice Bavtsa Cigars,
Poaltry, Ranch Kgg, Bte.
ArrR iri sited hocik,
csntaininr Seven Rooms, a Barn, and
an ample supply of water. Apply to
J AMU fTKASCK.
Carson, July 19, 1380. tf
BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY.
SCPBrtlOH ABTIOU OF HEAVY
BOOTS AND SHOES
!For sals at the
State's Prison, Carson, Nevada.
he attentioa of t is trade la
spestanr inrited to the
bore foods Orders promptly exseal
C. BATTERMAIf, Wtrden.
(T r (BOH per day at home. Samples worth 5 free
aP9 10 ftPsliU Address HUuson 4 Co., Portlaud, Mains
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE C'oUN.Y
OPFIOB Or COCNTT ACDITOK,
Ormhby Countt. Kkvada, July 1, 1S80. )
To the Hon. the Board ot County Commissioners Ormsby
County, State of Nevada :
Gentlemen: The County Auditor respectfully submits
the following report of the financial affairs of the said
county for the six mouths ending June 30, I860.
Balance on hand at close of business December
31, 1879 S36.576 28
Apportioned as follows :
In General Fund $ 6,135 67
In Count v Treasurer's Salarv Fund 1,755 07
In County Building Repair Fund 606 63
In Railroad Fund 21,414 44
In County School Fund, District No. 1 3.S8S 83
In County School Fund, District No. 2 549 47
In County School Fnnd, District Ko. 3 256 62
In County School Fund, District Ko. 3 283 27
In County School Fund 831 29
In Special School Fund 6 27
In State School Fund, District No. 1 47 20
In State School Fund, District No. 2 132 84
In the State Fund 806 69
In the Contingent Fund 295 19
In the Road Func. 6 80
. 36,576 28
From Assessment roll, 1-79 S903 25
From Assessment roll, 1880 197 34
From delinquent tax, ls79 94 64
From net jwoceeds of mines 2,441 97
From county licenses 3,595 50
From (rambling- licenses 1,903 59
From State insurance licenses 564 00
From rents County Buudin 1,170 00
Prom care indigent sick, other counties 187 50
From fines iu Justice Court 6 06
From Mala apiortiunmeiit of school money.... 2,154 87
From District Court docket fees 26 00
From fire insuran e tax on net premiums 604 90
From l fc insurance tax on ret premiums 65 48
From trial of Fritcliard 1,478 110
From poll taxes, 1879
From poll taxes, 1880
From miscellaneous sources .
APTORTIOSMRST Or RBCT.irTS.
To Railroad Fund $1,278 05
To State Fund 2.H54 39
To General Fund 7 393 36
To County Building Repair Fund 1,128 2'1
To Countv Treasurer's Salary Fund 363 45
To Contingent Fund 345 17
To District Ju:i'c's Salarv Fund 255 36
To tate School Fund . . " 2,154 87
To County School Fund 631 60
From General Fuml
On account salary oi Co. officers ?7,654 05
On account care of indigent sick 3,6"8 70
On account jury fe-'S 1,305 00
On account 'eneril expenses l,r89 tS
$1 1,1 IS 63
From State Fund-
On account of settlement with JState
for June, 1880 $2,022 66
On account of County Treasurer's
commi.-sions 54 04
On account of jrencrai excuses 604 00
From Railroad Fund-
On account interest of redemption
railroad bonis $18,009 00
On account of into esc on railroad
bonds 3,325 00
From Contingent Fund-
On ac ouut contingent expenses
From Countv Building Repair Fund
On account county building excuses
rroin i'lstri'.t Judges .saiaiy tuuit
On account sjlarv District Judg
From Countv Treasurer's Salary Fund
On account salarv Cuunty Treasurer
From State School Fund, District No. 1
On accoun: salary of tecliers
rroni state school ruiifl, District JNo. z
On account s.lar' of teachers
rrom State Scnoul District Ad. 3
0?i account salarv of teachers
From S.ate Sclioo! Fund, District No. 4
On account salary teachers
r iOiu County school r una. District ?io. 1
On account salary of teachers 82,537 82
On account incidental expenses 948 87
From C.mntv School Fund, District No. 2
On account salary of teachers 595 00
On account incidental expenses 19 50
From County School Fund, District No. 3
On account salary of teachers J120 00
On account incidental expenses 121 19
From Countv School Fund, District No. 4
On account salarr of teachers $195 60
On account incidental expeuses 54 25
Of school money by tin Countv School Superintendent:
From the Countv School fuud
To the County School Fund, District No 1 . .
To the County School Fund, District No !..
To the County School Fund, District Ne. 3. .
To the County School Fund, District No 4. .
From the State School Fund
To tNe State School Fund, District No 1 . .
To the State School Fund, District No 2..
To the State School Fund, District No 3..
To the State School Fuud, District No 4..
Fmm General Fund to District Judgre's Salary
Fund 5175 00
From General Fund ts District Judge's Salary
fund 1 M
From General Fund to District Judge's Salary
t una It 3 00
From County Tr asurer's Salary Fund to the
General f und l.ooo w
From County Building B piur Fund to General
Fund 7611 00
From Contingent Fund U t .o District Judge's
Salarv Fund 17a 90
Prom General Fund to District Judge's Salary
Fund 175 00
Balance on band January 1, 188) $36,576 28
Receipts, for 6 months cudiu J use 34, 1880 16,199 45
Dbursements. fAr tfu iv mnntha ndiacr
Julia 30, 1-80 ; 47,82fJ 34
Balance on hand July 1, 1S30 $4,949 19
AProanoNKD as follows :
To the General Fund $460 76
To the Railroad Fund 1,307 49
To the State Fund 840 38
To the Contingent Fund 129 36
To the Road Fund 6 80
To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 3C8 52
To the County Building Repair Fund. . 221 91
To the County School Fund 641 50
To the State School Fund, District No. 1 123 88
To tbe State School Fund, District No. 2 30 50
To the State School Fund, District No. 3 15 12
To the State School Fund, District No. 4 28 75
To the County School Fund, District No. 1 585 22
To the County Sohool Fund, District No. 2 8 79
To the County School Fund, District No. 3. . . . . 44 07
To the County School Fund, District No. 4 69 87
To the Special School Fund a 27
btatement showim? the county indebtedness, cross.
oniy 1, jbsu:
County bonds outstanding $95,000 00
Accrued interest on same 556 16
Outstanding warrants 3 30
Certificates issued and outstanding 518 40
FRED D. TtrJBfBR,
Ormsby County, Nevada.
CARSON CITY BREWERY,
King street, Carson City,
rpHJB VURT REST Q.UALITI OF
Kver en the Pad Be Coast or anywhere.
Custr.mets constancy supplied wMh the fioest brand of
WINKS. LMtUORS AND CIGARS.
0-GIVE ME A CALL
IN COREETT BLOCK.
NORTH CARSON STREET,
CARBON CITl, aKVAIia.
BOLIBALI ANU at K T A I t
3 O XsIXl. IBS,
AKO ALL ARTICLES IsdlLlT KKPX
FIRST CLASS STORE
Of the kind of mersantile ousiness In which they at
Orders taken and Goods delivered
TO ANT PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE
, e MASON A CO.
Carson, alay 5 1876
C. W. FRSEkMD.
rnifERfi vas sow
X C. W. FRIEND'S
BK FOFSD AT
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
y Watches repaired on Abort notice Mt
ia Ihe siost skillful inanaer.
P. L. VucisoviCH, Virginia.
I C. L. VucAMorico, Carso
OJlH-CHSSOIf TO J. 1VANCOT1CR. ORAL-
ERS in General
Receiving daily by express, which will be sold at res
sonable murkct rates All orders will be promptly attend
ed to, and goods delivered free wf charge to any pa
this city. VUCANuVlcH BROS.
Carson street, opposite State Capitol.
LfeAR WATER and
PBEPARBD TO PCRNISH GOOD
And pienty of H at reasonable rates,
allies, Restaurants and Hotels furnished at the
Teat the Natter for Yourselves.
E D. SWEENKT.
Carson, ay 7 1876
PACIFIC ICE COMPANY.
J, If. BENTON, AGENT,
AM NOW PtllrAHKB TO
Daily, in quantities to suit any one, at " w oei
Tlu Ta Hmt t fnrnlah ia ak irOIB
Canaa River, rornaed or Pr,
. rswatiBsr water, ana net f
ssf stavsTBSint pend or sisa
Orders left at ray Livery Stable, oa Carson street.
be promptly attended to.
J. H. BBNTOW,
s!3tf A rent Pacific Ice Com'fawf
TO OWNERS OF D38S.
THK OBDIHAXCE rOHPELLFte l0
To ear taes will be enforced oa and after the 15th
day of July, 1880, upon ail dogs without tags, snd on the
25th day of July, 1880, upon all dogs with or without tas
whose owners have not paid for license and tag for the
year eommenciag 011 the said 25th day of July, 1880.
JUij , isou LLOtU U1LL, gtarahal.
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