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DATI'RDAT. .WOVKMBEK 6. 1880 THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. fW.Mv i irfn tSto text of tbe pint-form reso lation aliptil by tlx Itopuhtican National von:ion at Chicago: , Uoptit'li'tjin' rulo rostmoil tiitun a aoliil hai- ;i nittni in rum fur nil I ho national ob ligations, ami ins givott us curreucy abso lutely good nd. leai, aim equal iu every part of our exieniled couutry. It has lifted the credit of the nation from tho potut where stx per cent. Iionds sold :tt Sti, to that where four per oont. bonds aro eagerly sought at a jwomiuin. Under its administration railways . Aave increased front '21,000 miles iu 1360 to more than 82,000 ml led in 1879. Our foretell trade has lucreiwed from $700,000,000 to $1,100- w,(MX) in ttio same time, and our exports, which were 20,000,000 loss than our imports in lSw, were SlIiW.OOO.OOO more than our mi sorts in 1870. Without resortinjr to loans, it has, since tbe war closed, defrayed tho ordin ary expenses of government, bosidos tho atv rumg interest on the publio debt, and dis Mirsed aunuallv more than $30,000,000 forsol liters' pensions. It has paid $880,000,000 of tho wubhc debt, and by refunding tho balance at iowor ratex, has reduced the annual interest rharco from nearly flfil, 000,000 to less thau $311,000,000. All the industries of the country havo revived; labor is in demand; wages havo mereased. and throughout the outire country ftioro in evidence of a coming prosperity groater thau we liavo ever enjoyed, upon this record tbe Republican asks Tor tue con tinued couiidonce and support of the people, mu1 this convention submits for their appro val the following statements of the principles and purposes which will continue to- guide and inspire its enorts: ENUMF.KATION OK riUJiCIrLE. Pirst VVo afflrtn that tho work ef the last twentv-ono years has been such as to com mend itsolf to the favor of tbe nation, aud that tho fruits of thw costlv victories which we have achieved through iiameuse difficul ti should bo proscrvod. - That the peace re gained should bo cherished. That the dissev ered Uuion, now happily restorod, should be Mrpotnaled, and that the liberties secured to Shin generation should bo transmitted undt minishM to futuro generations. That the or der established mid l lie credit acquired should nver lo imperiled. That tho pousious prom ised should ie paid. That tho debt so much reduced wliould bo extinguished by the full payment T every dollar thereof. That the reviving industries tliould bo further promo Jed, and that t ho commerce) already no great should bo fea lily encouraged. Mceond Tho Constitution 'of the. United .'ate i the supremo law, and not a compact, '"hit of Confedf ratiti Sta'cs it mtu!j -a nation. Some Mwers are denied tint N.!i'ii, wiiilo others arc retained by Stn!: but i!;o lionnd ary between the powers delegated and tiio.se reserved ii to bo detormlnfad y National and not ly State tribunal. Third The work of popular education is nun lelt to tho rare d" the verai Stales, but it i the duty f the National government to aid that work tot be estout of its constitutional ability. Tho intelligence of the nation is but rho aggregate of the intelligouco in tho wvor al States; aud tho destiny Of the Nation must he guided, trot by the' gonitis r any one State, but tho avorsgo genius of all. . NM-tlHT.VIU.VN . SCHOOLS. Fourth ---Tho Const itnlinn wisely forbid ISongress to ninlio any law- res poet iugati cs kablisliitig jJ" lenii'D, lint it ii i.lU t hipo that the ISuli.m can be prnlotel a-.MiitsMhe influence of cc;ri;uiiiui while o.'.cli uiv :-" xposed to its particular liuiniuniitt-. Y ' thorelore rcoomnienii .that the 'nstit tit in . , so amended it to' lay sgiiio i ruiitliiiinii uj ...j i ; the Loyislatiiro of tacit stato wu-t i (irtiii tao appropriation f public fundi to the mii port of sectarian schools. '.' Fifth Wo afirm the belief avowed iu LSTo, that the duties lericd for tbe purpose of reve nue shouhl so discriminate as to favor Amer ican labor. Tout no further grant of the public domain hould bo made to any rail road or other corporation. That slavery uav--lug perished in the Mate, its twin barbarity, polygamy, must die iri the TeiTitories. That every whore tho protection ucoorded to a citi rm "of American birth must be secured tu citizens of Auiorii-an adoptiou. That it is tho Huty of fongre.-s to devlopand improve our water courses mid harbor, but wc insist that fui-thcr subidiort to private persons or oorpor at.ions mnst coa-ic. Th.Utueobligatioas to the men w ho ptvserveil its integrity in the day of battle are iinJiiii'tmhcd by tho lapse of fifteen roar Miuce thoir litud victory. Thoir perpet ual honor is aud sull forever be tho grateful yrivilego and tho sacred duty of tho Amcri sci people. TUB CUIXEsK TLAK. Sixth Kiuco tho authority to regulate im migratioh and intercourse bot ween the United mates nud foreign nations rests with the Uou zroHs of the United States and its treaty making powers, that tha Republican party. regarding tho unrestricted immigration, of tho Chinese as an evil of great magnitude, involves the exercise of tho jou cr to restrain ana limit that immigration uv tue enact Tneut of. such just, humane and reasonable provisions as will produce tho result. Seventh That the purity aud patriotism which characterized the earlier career of Rutherford I. Hayes, iu poace and war, and which guided tha thought of his immediate predecessor to bini tor a l'rosideutial candi date, have coutinuod to inspiro him in hu oaroer ai Chief hxecutivo, and that history will accord to his administration the honors which aro due to an efficient, just aud couratr eons fulfill mout of the public business, aud will bpnor nis interposition oetweon tue peo plo ami proposed partisan laws. INIUUmES ok tub democracy. Uighlh We charge upon the Democratic part v the habitual sacxitiooof patriotism and justice ton supreme and. insatiable last for office and patrvaage; that toobtain possession of tho National and State Oovernmonts, and for the control of placo and position, they have obstructed ail tbe etforts to preserve the parity and conserve the freedom of uflrage; havo devised fraudulent. certificates and ro- tnrns; havo labored to unseat lawfully elect ed me inbors of C'ougress, to secure at all hazards the voto of the majority of States in the House of Representatives: nave endeav ored to occupy by forco sad fraud places of trust givon to ot tiers by tbe poonle of Maine: and secured by tho courage and action of Maine patriotic sons;., have by methods vicious in principal and tyranuicaf in practice attactiea partisan logisiation to appropriation bills; have crushod the rights of individuals, ana vindioateu mo principles ana sought tbe favor of rebellion agaiust the Nation, aud have endeavored to obliterate tho sacred memories of the war and to overcome its in estimable good results fieodom and individ ual equality. We affirm it to be the duty and purpose oi' tho Jlopublican iarty ttQ use all the logit!mut means of this Union to secure he perfoct harmony which may. be practi able, and v e Miiunit lo the practicable, sensi ble people oi' i lie United fitatos to say whether it woiihl not le diugerous to tho bout iiitorci .r ur country at this time ts surrender the administration of tbe Na tional Ooverumeut to a party which seeks to overthrow tbe existiag polioy nnder which we aro no prosHrous, and thus bring dostruc sion and confusiou where there isnow order, onfldenoeTundhope. Platform of h Republican Party of the State of Mada. Resolved, That the platform of principles adopted oy tbe JNationai republican Uonven tion at Cbicago in June deserves and receives the approval and hearty indorsement of all iiopuoucans or Nevada. Resolvod, That the hordes of Chinese that are coming in upon our shores to eat out our substance are destroying our country, impov erishing our mines, miners, and laborers, do baucuing our voutii, and making both men and women lower in the scale of humanity This evil must and shall be stopped, and to this end we pledge the entire strength of the Republican party. In the language of our great leader, we regard tbe immigration of Asiatics to tbe United elates as little less tnan a servile invasion. Should tho Commission ers now in negotiation with the Chinese Gov ernment fail to secure by the 1st of January such a modification of the Burlingame treaty as will practically put an end to the influx of uuinese to this country, we demand mat tue treaty then bo promptly annulled, aud such laws enacted as will relieve us at once aud forever of the Asiatic scourge now menacing tbe well-being or the Kepubuc. Resolved, That we most heartily indorse tho general financial policy of tho Republican party, which, in spite of every opposition on the part of the Democracy, has led to tho re sumption of specie payments, the raising of our tiational credit to a height never before known, and the restoratiou of national pros perity. Rut we a'so demand the complete restoration of silver coin to its former posi tion bv the side of cold. and. for tbe nurnoso of attaining that ond,we hold it to be the duty of tho General Government, through tbe au thorization of Congress, to coin into standard dollars or other legal tender currency, at the cost of coinage and for the benefit of tho pro ducer, the entire silvor product of the coun try and relieve tho mining industry from the Ioa or attending the shipment to, aud sale ot silver bullion iu foreign markets. As mining for the precious metals is the leading indus try of Nevada, we aro inflexibly opposed to the bill reported by tho Committee on Minos and Mining and now before the House of Rep resentatives, prohibitiug the following of As sure veins or deposits beyond vertical linos ot surface boundaries, aud we urge upon our Representatives in both Houses of Congress to continue thoir etlorts ior its defeat. Such a restriction would work disaster to too laoors of the prospector, and seriously retard thi de velopment of the mineral riches of the est, and we cordiallv indorse tho action of our Representative, the Hou. R. M. Daggett, in this bohaif. Resolved, That the Republican part v claims it to be the right and duty of State and Terri torial Legislatures to regulate aud restrict tho charges of railroads exclusively within their respective boundaries, and that it is no less the constitutional right thau tho positive duty of Congress to regulate tbe tariffs and restrict the charges of inter State railroads. Rosolved, That while we cougratnlate tho country on the successful resumption of spe cie payments and the splendid financial con dition of the Republic, we are in favor of re- striding tho issuance of National and State legal tender notes t denominations of not loss than live dollars, thus creating an increased home domain! as a circulating medium tor the precious motals which our mines are an nually yielding. Resolved, lhai General James A. Garheld and Chester A. Arthur, by their services to hoir country, by their devotion to principle. aud by their unspotted reputation as men and citizens, are deserving of tho uuitcd and ear nest support of all the loyal people of the Unitod States for President and Viee l'resi- leht thereof. We rejoico in ihoir nomination and wc pledge to them the Electoral vote of Nevada at tho ensuing liciiiti by an over wflelming majority. i 'OFFICIAL. I I-kIiI'OSHD .'.tRVIiK'T Til THK f.th;: vr vte k x:-:vn. ? jktsrii !:,.! r. or nnc i.naM. :oss-rrnrnoN' Av!-:n AT THE Tt '.'" I XXVI. rtii.ilo CniK-tirfvm Jitwofotvf, by tlm (Senate, iht AsscinWy con irritv. T?: the (Constitution of the State of Nera:la !. imwi H ' follfws : . 'undid SHio!i 2 of Arurle I V of tha Constitution of tho FsaU; of Nevada J as lo read as loiiows : Sfr'. 2. Tho scMion of the Leu'i'laturc slia'l bo bienni'.l aud;Hhalt comtueuco on Alio lirsl Monday of February next eossjn tlu election of niomti rs ot tuo Assembly, uulo? too Governor of the Siatj shall, in tha interim, coavene the Lsris'A'.uro by proolama'ion. paswed Marcli 4, l5?9. I horelij' certify tho foreroinq- to ho a trie evpy of the uirouod rosoluwoa on tue in uiy onicc. In witness whereof I hare herennto set rat ) hand and affiled the Great Seal of State. Done SEAL ("at olfiee iu Caraou City, Nevada, this second day Amruit, A. D. ona thousuid ei'ht hundred and eighty. au?21UJ J-t3PR BABCOCK, Secretary of Slate, KOTICfC o. es. Act f CsnjprM Appraved Jane 3, Ukitbd States Land Omen, CaroOX Cm'. Nevada, September 24, 133 Notice is hereliv iriven to all whom it may conccin: That Uatthew C. Gardner, of tho County of Ormsby, State of Nevada, lias this day filed iu thw oxuea bis application No. 17, to purchase frm the United States G3vernment the foliowinK uesenhed tract of land, chitnv valuable tor 111a her and unfit for cultivation, viz: Southwest quarter of Section 4, iu fonsh p No. 16. north ot Kanra No. 18 cast. M. D. M., ooutainuitf 1C0 acres, and situate within the Carson City, Nevada, U. 8. Land District. . Any and all persons having any interest in, or claim to, laid laud, adversely to said applicant, are hereby required to fllo soon adverse claim with the register of said Land Office, wilhin the siATr DAYS period of publication o this notice, or, failinz so to do, they will bo barred of sjc!i ail verse rigiit or claim. acp25 Mil C. A. WITHERELL, Eojister. STATE PRISON BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY. A MtPEKIOR ARTICLK Of HEAVY BOOTS AND SHOES 1 For talc at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada, d attentina of t le trade is apediaily mrMeil to the b JCiXwU Orders proaaptl v executed. . C. EATTEBMAX. Warden. DR. F. J. WHITE, (tnr 1 On Kinir atrsot, at Dracttsrt, mar el WiUtii t-W Rrjideuea 011 soutfl aide Siwar Street, center of 6th block west of Carson street. CalW promptly a'tenied, ntjht or lnv. Car, o. Kpjwl"T 1". lrs . t for ear Prlea Us tor 1880, Fan to any adOrM mpon ap- Slleatlon. Contains eaerlpUoM of erery tbln; required for DeraonsJ or famllr na. with it? IJH lTlaatrattoBa. W sell afl podaMwhokaai prloea in qnantltiea to nor pmrnaaaer. The only Institution la America Who make tola their special buslne, Addreat, MOJfTOOMEBT WAKD CO., . 7 99 Wnbaab At.. 0Mf, . lilili SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE C0UN1Y AUDITOR. OfTica or Coiurr Aotmtos, ) On ais by Coum. Nbvaoa, July I, 1380. f To tbe Son. the Hoard ot Couuty Commissioners Ormaby County, Mtatc of Nevada : Gentlemen: The County Atulitor respectfully aubmiw the followmar report of the financial attain ot tho nm county for the six months ondittir June 80, 13S0. Calauee on hand at clo3e of huiiine TVyvmber 81. 1-S79 Apportioned a? follows: In General Fund In County Troasurcr's Salary Fund In County Building lU'iair Fund Iu Iiailroad Fund In County School Fund, District No. 1 In County School Fund, District No. 2 In County School Fund, District No. 3. . . Iu County School Fund, District No. 3. . . Iu Oounjy School Fund In Special School Fund Iu State School Fund, District No. 1 In State School Fuud, District No. 2 In the Slate Fund In the Contingent Fund In the Road Fund . 36,576 28 6,135 0 1,755 0 6W 63 .... 21,414 It . . . . 3.3SS 83 549 47 256 C: 283 2: 831 29 6 27 47 20 132 81 806 69 295 1 9 6 80 $36,576 23 BKCSim. From Assessment roll, 1S79 From Assessment roll, 18S0 From delinquent tax, 1S79 From net proceeds of minos From county licenses . $903 1S7 94 64 . 2,441 97 3,595 60 From gamblin-; licenses I(9u3 5! From Stat insurance liofftoos 564 00 From rents County Bu'jiins 1,170 00 Prom care indigent sick, other counties 137 50 From fines in Justice Court 6 00 From Stata apiKirtionmeut of school money 2,154 87 From District Court docket fees 2GC 00 From Dro insurau 0 tax on not premiums 504 90 From 1 fe insurance tax on net premiums 65 43 From trial of Pntehard l,4i w From poll taxes, 1S79 From lioll taxes, 1SS0 41 00 615 60 6 00 From miscellaneous sources . (16,199 45 A?roRTtomisjrr or BBcrirrs. To Railroad Fund f 1-.3 "a To State Fand 2,654 39 To General Fund . 7 393 36 1,123 20 363 45 To County Ruildin? Repair Fund . . To County Treasurer's Salary Fund To Contingent Fund To District Judge's Salary Fund To State School Fwnd To County School Fuivi 345 17 255 36 2,154 87 631 60 16,199 45 OlHBITKSBinETt'fS. From General Furi-l On account salary oi Co. otlieers 7,654 0 On aeeouut care of icdicnt sick 3,603 70 On account jury fcjs 1,305 00 On account general expense l.f.80 S8 14,143 03 From State Fund - Ou account of settlement with State for Juno, 1SS0 WZ,03i 0. On account of County Treasurers commissions 54 01 On account of uetural expenses ..... 601 00 J2,60 70 From Railroad Fund - On account interest of redemption railroad bonds 1S,90 09 On account of intfliest on railroad bonds 3.32 00 $21,320 00 From Contingent Fun 1 On ae-ount omtinjent expense rssa 00 807 92 fl,050 00 750 00 Fr'.tn Countv Ruildinc Kepair tund On account county building expenses. From District Judfre s Salary runa On account salary District Judj From Comity Treaourer's Salary Fund On account sal'ary Cuun'y Treaifurcr. From Stato School ruud. District fto. I On account salary of toachors ?l,716 66 From Stato school Fund. District No. 2 On account salary of teachers 205 00 From state School District No. S On aecotint salary of teachers ft) 00 From State School Fund, District No. 4 On account salary teachers $6S no From County School Fund, District No. 1 On account salary of teachers 2,537 Si On account incident ju expenses ....... IMS s $3,tS 69 From County School Fund, District No. 2 On a.-count saiiry of teachers 95 00 On aecatuit inctotntal expenses. 19 80 - From County School Fund, District No. 3 On account salary of teachers $120 00 Ou account incidental expenses 12X 19 From County School Fund, District No. 4 On account salcjy of teachers . . . . f t!5 60 Ou scoHii't incidental expenses 54 25 1841 1 r2S3 25 17.S28 54 irPOSTtONKSSIT ;n -.uv; !t th- Connty School sp-intendcnt: e i.'o'iutv S."h'i fund .v.- K.'h.jo! F'f.d,' DUtri- Na 1... JiS3 OS 73 e2 2S 61 85 85 t;n-V 1' Dv. .iici ;i 2 .. T. tho uuly , DUtri't N-.. . To t"c i.'o'in Hi I eV2l 30 t,79:V ?4 12 66 75 12 93 75 2,154 S7 From mo SUte bcUM ciiiii To tno state School F ind, Di-rtr. -t ' To the State School Fund, District No To tho State School Fund, District No To the State School Fund, District No TRiMPERS MAOg. From General Fund to District Judge' SaUry Fund 175 CO From General Fund to District Judgo's Salary Fund 9 From General Fund to District Judy's Salary Fund 175 00 Fro n 'bounty Tr asuror's Salary Fund to the General und 1,000 00 From Cour.lv Building- Itepair Fund to G?noral Fund. TtJO 00 From Contingent Fund to tho Iitrict Judge's Salary Fnnd 175 09 From General Fund to District Judie's Salary rund 175 00 RBCAMTrtATtO!!. Balance on hand January 1, 183J Receipts, for 6 months eudiiar Jtme 30, 1SS0 $36,576 28 16,199 45 $52,775 73 Disbursements, for tho six months endingr June 30, U80 47,326 Balance ou hand July 1, 130 M.P19 10 APP9KT10XM' Ai FOtiWJWS : To the General Fund f 16 J 76 To the Railroad Fund I,3ti7 49 To the State Fund 840 33 To the Cont ingent Fund 129 30 TotheKoai Fund.... To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund To the County Building .Repair Fuud ...... To the County School Fund To the State School Fund, District No. I To the State School Fund. District No. 2 6 80 SC3 5: 221 91 611 50 123 88 30 50 To the State School Fund, District No. 3 To the Stato School Fund, District No. t To the County School Fundt District Ho.. I. .... . To the County School Fund, District No. S To the County School Fund, District No. 3 To the County School Fund, District No. 4 To the Special School Fnnd 15 1! 2S 75 5S3 22 8 79 44 07 60 87 6 27 f 1,049 19 Statement allowing the comity indebtedness, from, Jnlv 1.1880: County bonds outstanding 995.000 00 Accrued interest on same ot 10 Outstanding warrants 3 30 Certificate issued and outstanding 518 40 93,077 86 Respectfully submitted. FRED D. TURNER, County Auditor. Ormsby County, Nevada. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOi CLASSICAL, LITERARY ANO SCIENTIFIC. 1 THE,: BERKELEY . GIIIIIASIDU IREPABKS BOYS J-OB THB UNIVER SITY. This institution has the patronage of the best families of tho coast.: The fourth school year befriiia Monday, July 12th. For list M references and full discussion of dopartmonta of departments, apply for catalogue to Jena F. Burns, SntHM-t B rtel-?T, Cll. j.r7 M SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CLUNTY TREASURER. nmci of Cot'srv Trmasubkr, Casox C'tTT, Ncrada, July 1, 1SS0. To the Hcni. tho 6oarl of County Commissionors of Ormsby runt. Nevada: Gentlenion : In oomptiancc with the requirements law, 1 have tho honor to herewith submit my roport the transactions of this dop-rtmcnt for the half-year end ing June 30, 1530 : Balance 00 hand January 1. 1380 36,5i6 AITORTIOSBt) AS FOLLOWB: To tho General Fund 0,135 6; To the State Fund 860 To the County Building: Repair Fund 606 To the County Treasurer s Salary Fund 1,755 To the Railroad Fund 21,414 To the Road Fund 6 To the Contingent Fund 205 To the Countv School Fund 631 To the County School Fund, District No 1 3,388 83 To the County School Fund, District No 2 549 47 To the Countv School Fuud, District No 3 250 62 To the County School Fund District No 4 28 To the State School Fund, District No 1 47 20 To ttio Stato School Fui-d, District No 2 13i! 81 To tho Special School Fund 6 2 36,576 23 Receipts for the six mnnlhs mdin June 30, 1S60 From Assessment Roil lS7t. . . S:fP3 23 From Assessment Roll 180. . . From liolinquent tax of 1S79 . From poll taxes 1S70 197 34 91 64 44 00 C15 CO From poll taxes 1BS0. From net proceeds of mines for 1879 2,441 07 From County Lieoiiios 3,595 59 From Gambling Licenses 1,903 50 From State Insurance Licenses 564 00 From rent of County Builcliusrs 1,170 00 From care of sbk of other counties 187 50 From tinea iu Justice's Court 6 00 From Stale apportionment of school monvys. . . . 2,154 87 From District Court Docket fees 266 00 From tax on premiums fire insurance comp's . . 504 90 From tax on premiums life insurance comp's. . . 65 48 From trial of Pritchard l,47S 90 From miscellaneous receipts . . 6 00 16,190 45 APTORTt'MVtXT OK BKCEITTS : To the General Fuud 7,393 To tho State Fuud 2,054 To the County Treasurer's Salarv Fund . 363 45 To the County Buildiu? and Repair Fund. . . 1.123 20 lo toe contingent tuuil To the Railroad Fund To the Countv School Fund 345 17 1,273 05 631 60 2,154 87 255 36 To the Stato School Fund To the District Judge's Salarv Fund $19,100 45 DISBtaSKMKXIS KOtt 1S$. From General Fund- On account salaries and of Comity Officers 7,654 05 On account of care indigent sick 3,603 70 On aoeount jury fees 1,305 00 On account general oxiieuse 1,580 8S -11,144 63 From State Fund On account of settlement with State ior Juue, ISsO 92,023 66 On account of County Treasurer's commissions 51 04 604 00 On account of eaeral expanses 2,6' 70 From Railroad Fund On account of redemption of rail road bonds 13,000 00 3,825 00 . 21,825 10 Ou account interest on County Rail road Bonds Froui Contingent Fluid On account contingent expenses 338 00 307 92 1,030 00 From County Huilumi; r epair 1 una On account Co. Buildings expense From District Judire's Salary Fund- On aocoimt salary of District Judge From Countv Treasurer s Salarv Fund- On account salary Comity Treasurer : 50 00 From State School l-uud. District No. 1 On account salary of toachcrs 1,716 66 296 00 From State School Fund. District No 2 Ou account salary of toachers From State School rund. District o. 3 On account salary of toachers 60 00 00 Ironi State School rund District No. 4- On aecoaut salary of teacher". e. Irom Countv SclHiol rund, District o. 1 Ou account salary of teachers 2,537 82 On account of incidental cxpensoM. . . 048 81 S,13G 69 From Countv School Fund, District No. 2- (in account salary of teachers 595 00 On account Incidental expenses 10 60 ol4 50 From Countv School Fund, District No. 3 - On account salary oi teacher. H20 00 m On acaouut incidental expenses 121 19 " 2-1 1 19 From Countv School Fimd District No. 4- On a.)omit salary of teachers... ... 105 00 Ou account invideutnl OKjKnses. 64 S- $219 $i7,S2S 54 ApiortionTae".it of School iloncyjhv tho County School Sueriateudot: tpm the county schoot runu So the County School Fund District No. 1 .6S3 CS To the County School Fund District No. 2 73 .62 To the County School Fund District No. S 28 64 To the Couu'ty School Fuud District No. 4 35 65 $S2l 39 From th ; State School Fund- To the Stato School Fund District No. 1. . . .$1,793 34 To t he St a e School Fuad District No. 2. To the State School F und District No. 3 . To the State School Fund District No. 4. . . 192 6C 75 12 .' S2.154 ST Transfers male -From (Jeueral Fund to District Judge's Salarj Fund !75 00 Flora Genoral Fuud to District Jud 'o's Saiai"V Fund 04 CI From General Fund to District Judge's Salary Fuud 175 00 From County Treasurer's Salary Fund to tho General Fund. 1.000 90 From County BuilUiu: Repair Fuud to General Fund 709 00 From Coutin-rout Fund to District Jurij-e's Sal ary Fund 175 0 From Goneral Fund to District Judge's Salarv Fund 175 00 KE6AI'ITn.AT10K. Bii-.ncc on hand Jauuary 1, 19S0 Receipts for six month ending June 30, 188.' .$30,576 28 . 16,199 45 $52,7' Disbursements for the sis nvnth eudiuj June 30. 1390 4 S26 51 Balance o hand July 1, 1530 $1,919 19 . AFTORTIONTO AS TOUX1WS: To the Gcnorai Fund. i 4flO Te. the State Fund 840 53 To the County Buildiuc Repair Fund . . 221 91 To the County Treasurer's Salary Fund 36S 52 To tho Railroad Fuud To the Comity Scheol Fuud.. To the Contingent Fund To the County Scnool Fund,-District No. 1. . . To tbe County School Fund, District No. 2. . . To tho County School Fund, District No. 3. . . To tnc County School Fund, District No. 4. . . To the State School Fuud, District No. 1 To the State School Fuud, District No. 2 To the State School Fund. District No. 3 To the Stato School Fund, District No. 4 To tho Spcc:al School Fund To tho Road Fund 1,367 49 Ml 50 120 36 585 22 S 79 44 07 69 P7 123 83 30 50 15 12 36 6 27 6 60 $4,919 10 Statement, showing the county indebtedness, gross, on July 1. 1SS0: (Vunty bonds outstanding. - 995,000 00 Accrued interest on the same 556 16 Outstanding' warrants.. 8 30 Certificates issued and. outstanding 518 40 Total gross indebtedness. $00,077 83 Kospeetf any submitted, M. L. YAGER, Cotutty Treasurer Ormsby County, Ncv. BENTON'S LIVERY STABLE COSNKK CARSON AND THrRD STREETS, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. rflLKGAXT PttlVlTK CAR- MJJ riaees -and Buscios aud spirited f teams can alwavs be obtained. .. i Particular attention paid to lively horsai- Attoadstsita o hand Day smd Mght. UORSE3 BOARDED BY THB DAY OR WEEK ON RKASONABLE TERMS. J. IL BENTON, Proprietor. Caesou January 90 1S76. R -rtSin nr day at hna. Rananiet worth Half VJ li'llOdU A'tl lrei HHnion C., PortlaaJ,.nr THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY : Is a never-f oilins cure for ner VoUs debility, exhausted Titat. ity, soiniuial weakness, sper matorrh.ta, LUS1' MAIS HOU,imoteucy, paralysl;. ami all the terrible effects of self-abuse, youthful follies and and excesses ia matureryuar Buch as loss of memory, las situde, nocturnal emissiou, a versiou to society, dimness of vision, noises in tho head, thn vital fluid passing unobserrcd of of 25 in the urine, and many other diseases that lead to insanity and death. . , DT. MliVTIK will a?ree to forfeit Fiwe Handrnit Hollars lor a case of this kind tbe V1TA1. RESTOR ATIVE (under his special advice aud treatment) will not cure or for anything impure or injurious found in it. DB RUN TIE treats all Privato Disoase successfully without, morcury. ;onaltntion fo Thorousrh examina tion and advice, including analysis of urine, S5 00. Price of Vital Kesteratlvtj. ?3 00 a bottle, or four times tho quantity, $10. CO; sent to any address upon receipt oi price, or C. O. D., secure from observation, and in private name if desired, by A. MISTIE, M. D. 11 Kearney Streot, Sam fc'tanelsco. Cal. DR. MINTIE'S KIONEV WEMEDT. NEPH RETIfX'M, cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder eom plaiuts, GouorrhBa, Gleet, Leucorrhosa. For sale by B. F. Foster and Geo. C. Thaxter, Druggists, Carson City. 91.00 a bottle, six bottles for 95.00. OR Ml.V I'lte'S D VMDELION PIL.IX aro the best and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and BIL.IOUS cure in the market. For silo bv B. F. Foster and George f. Thaxter, dru?.?iet9, Carson City. nihl7-ly 60 63 07 44 SO 19 29 NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. JOHN CIEOEAU, HAVING PURCHASED TOS , Intorast of his partners in the Black- smithing Establishment on FALL STREET , a,linimnir the V. & T. R. R. Freight DeOOt, where he is prepared to do all descriptions of wort, light or heavy, in the Wagon-makins and Blacksmithing lirft. I claim to be able to do the best Shoeing in Carson. !0 9 Prompt attention given t orders, aed all work frnaranteed to Rive satisfaction. JOHN OIEBEAV. Caraou City, July 31, 1SS0. 8. F. WIEOEff. F. W. W03DWAR0 THE FRANKS. IN" ALL ITS BRANCHES. HOUSE, SIGN. CARRIAGE, Etc Etc. ..Etc. PAPER-HANGING CALCIMINING. First-class Work. Lowest Price?. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Paint Shop opposite Wells. I'aiso Co. Carson St Carson. SeT. Jy?i PS.GIFIG ICE COMPANY. ,AM NOW I'RKPAREU TO H'KMSa JP "D" 2TS. 33 O 33 la:!j, fi'iantitics M sii't any one, at l.ow Prises" Uieir reaidoiioes Th Ice tht 1 fornlaU la ak.-t from Cr.oii River, fnrmeti cf Pare, Hint. roaclDX inter, and mot from anr .isjenant psnii or n iieuithy loiution. Ordc.'s left at ;r.y Livary Stabic, on Carson stroet, be rroraptly attended to. J. sr. BKNTOV, elStf Ajjcnt Vacific Ice Com'itrsd SHSEU WIHE FENCE. f-ABUE LAID DOUSLE WIRE. FOUR POINT STEEL BARBS The best and cheapest Fence laiowa. No other Fence equal to it. .Manufactured under license from the Iiol-iar of the original patents. Put up on 1O0 lbs, reels, feend for circuNra. All kinds of Wire, Iron, Stec! and Oalvanircd, for bail ii;, fencing, toleefraph, telephone, etc etc. WIRE ROPP. OF ALL KINDS IX STOCK AT) MANK FACTT'HED TO OUDER A. S. HALLID1E, it Wire Milla and Wir Hope Works, g3jan-344m 6 California St., San Francisco. 6 SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, -AT UttNO). V-A. X-A-. THE ADVANTAGES WHICH THIS School affords arc not excelled bv any west of the Rocky Mountains, and tiia charges are as low as in any institution of the same xr.de. The ffth year ail! begin Thursday, August 20th. For admission, addreM y7Sm BfaUOP WH1TAKFK. Virglni City, Kev. EQUALIZATION, N' TOTICE IS HEUEBI lilfES Til AT the Assessor has this day delivered to the under- Sl 'lied the Assessment nun iur ne current nscai year, tofother with the map b .ok and the original lirts of property, and that the Board of County Commissioners will set as a Board cf Equalization at the County Clerk's office, on Monday. September 90th Inatnut. At 10 o'clock a. M., and CMiinno in aeesion from time to time, as provided by law, until the business of eqn.lixa tion it disposed of. .1. tl. MARSHALL. Clerk Roard of County Corn miseioncra. Ormshy Connty, Nrrsda. Pated September IS. td OFFKB FOK KALE THREE HCXIKEX . acres of and. with dwellinc honse, barn and sheds, a ' good ice house no dsaat least three tons) well adapted, for a uiilk ranch biablee and sheds enoura to acoomme- date one hundred cows can cut from seventy -five to one hundred tone of hay: also vejretaele rrouoda I also oft for sale from 800 to 500 head of (rradod Aneora ewes, grade rom S 4 to 16-13, torotber with three tun oiooood bucks rom imported stork.KFor price and particulars inquire n nna tf , t. swui, nuaspnin..