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Oriiwhj County I REPl'BLICM TICKET.
REPUBLICAN TICKET. For State Senator, H. G. PARKER. Assemblymen, A. HELM, F. B03KO- WITZ, D. H. BROWN. Sheriff, S. T.SWIFT. County Clerk, M. D. HATCH. Assessor, J. D. KERSEY. District Attorney, J. D. TORREYSON. Treasurer, JAMES FRASER. Recorder, CHARLES MARTIN. Superintendent of Schools, H. H. HOWE. County Commissioner (long term) C C. ATHERTON. County Commissioner (short term) J. H. MARTIN. Justice of the Peace, W. M. CARY. Constable, ROBT. R. CRAWFORD. School Trustee (long term), D. A. BENDER. chool Trustee (short term) G. R. DAVIS. COCXTV FliATFOBM. Resolved, That the clear and able exposition of the principles f Nevada Republicanism as enunciated in the Platform and Resolutions held at the late Republican Convention at Reno is hereby endorsed by this Con vention. Resolved, That this Convention pledges its nominees to a rigid enecnoaay in the administra tion of county affairs, iu the in lerest ot the taxpayers anu business men of Ormsby county Resolved, That the suspicious ttitude of the Democracy upon the question of public schools meets with the hearty disap proval of all people, irrespective at party, who are interested in popular education. Resolved, That the nominees of this Convention on the Legis lative ticket be pledged against Ibe form of railroad extortion practiced by the Central Pacific ; Railroad Company known as "back freight," by which certain freight landed in Reno .is charged for as if it was carried to Sacramento and return, thereby discriminating against Nevada and its business. passage of a bill by which a State Board of Equalization may be provided for the pur pose of equalizing taxation upon all property within the 8Ute. The duties to ho nr. formed without ' compensation ky such State officers as the Leg. lature shall designate. For Governor, ENOCH STROTIIER, Of Storey County. For Lieutenant - Governor, C. E. L AUG ETON, Of Ormsby. For Congressman, C. C. POWNING, Of Washoe. For Supreme Judge, O. R. LEONARD, Of Humboldt. For Clerk of Supreme Court CHAS. F. BICKNELL, Of Ormsby. For Secretary of State, J. M. DORMER, Of Esmeralda. For State Controller, J. F. HALLOCK, Of Lincoln. For State Treasurer, GEORGE TUFLY, Of Ormsby. For Attorney-General, W. H. DAVENPORT, Of Eureka. For Surveyor-General, C. S. PREBLE, Of Washoe. pt. Public Instruction, C. S. YOUNG, Of Storey. For State Printer. J. C. HARLOW, Of Ormsby. Judsce Second Judicial Dis trict, T. D. EDWARDS. P. A. WAGNER & CO. DEALERh in EC a w cl w a i E AND- GROCERIES BEPl'BLICAS PliATFOIlM. Resolved, That the honor and clorv of the Republic, its con tinued peace, prosperity and progress will be best served by the perpetuation and continued success of the Republican party. We declare our fidelity to its principles as expressed in the Chicago platform of ISSO, and as further embodied in its grea history from its organization to the present time. Resolved, That in the tragic death of President Garfield our country has suffered a deplorable loss, and the Republican party mourns for one who consecrated a noble and heroic life to the vindication of its great purposes. Resolved, That we have faith in the prudent ana sagacious administration of President Arthur and believe it will result in promoting the best interests of the country. Resolved, That the presence in our miast ot a servile race or aliens, incapable of assimilating with our institutions is. a per petual menace to all classes of society. The relief extended to our people by the passage of a law excluding tne uninese Dy a Republican Congress and ap proved by a Republican Presl dent is a genuine cause of satis faction. We are in favor of strenuously enforcing the pro visions of said law, and we pledge the Republican party to labor now and henceforth to secure such mrtner legislation as will permanently exclude the Chinese. Resolved, That we recognize the paramount importance of maintaining unimpaired the free public school system of the State. We shall defend it against sectarian, political or other im. proper influences, and we favor such additional legislation as the condition and wants of the com- m l m t j mon schools 01 ine csiaie may require. As free institutions they should be so conducted as to satisfy poor and rich alike, and upon this principle we urge ,the adoptisn of some system by which this State shall furnish the text books at the lowest pos sible figure. Resolved, That owing to the remote position of Nevada from the seaboard and the entire ab sence oi navigawe waters ana competing lines of railroads to and "from commercial centers, we demand frpin Congress such wholesome and effective legis lation as will place our people on OF Ai-: DESCRIPTIONS terms of equality in respect to transportation charges with com muni lies specially favored by railroad monopolies. Resolved, That we pledge the Republican party of Nevada to such a course of enlightened legislation as will extend to rail road and all other corporations doing business in this State the same protection and the same rights before the law as accorded to individuals no more and no less. And further, that the Re publican party favors and de mands at the hands of the State Legislature legislation regula ting and equalizing freights and fares on all railroads within this State, Resolved, Th?t we are in favor of the Government of the United States establishing a postal tele graph service, and operating the same in connection with the Postofllce Department. Resolved, That the coinage of silver 6hould be placed upon the same basis as that of gold, and we invoke early Congressional legislation to that end. Resolved, That it is the duty of the Legislature to enact such laws as will result in tne puri fication of the jury box and better promote the administra tion of justice. Resolved. That it is the duty I Glassware, tf Vi r tmvf T nn-i'ln f urn i n nice 1 sunh latva sis shall rwlilPA thfi I J.GITJI VOtta expenses of State and county governments to the lowest pos sible limit consistent with the requirements of the public ser vice. attentton Jf Congress and the AGRlllLTlRAL IMPLEMENTS State Legislature is directed to the subject of codifying the laws relating to the location and working of mineral lands to the end that legitimate prospec ting and the development of our chief source of wealth may best be promoted. Resolved, That the appropri ation by a Republican Congress far the payment of pensions to invalid Union soldiers and to the veterans of the Mexican war is the discharge of a debt of honor and law a generous re membrance of our country's de fenders ia its supreme hour of peril Stoves, Tinware, Crockery, Mowers, Plows, Reapers, Shovels. SPORTING MATERIALS : V. & T. R. R. TIME TABLE FROM VIRGINIA TO CARSOX AND RENO s "5 n . c 4 V fig- a 5 . r. 3 ? -7 k a i a 11 i a '5 t 1 '. 4 - Z 3 i a a-3 it j. a IS & 5 e.- s.1 - -I s. 0 i 5D CO -a t 6 FROM RENO TO CAKiiUM AND VIRGINIA. "5 5f 5 S 3 ee jS Z - - e .ca! i li a Errress trir from lirao Tawicnyer train leavittj Virainiaat 8 o'cl .ck a. m. om- neet ft K'und Hhum th tramj of Canon and Colorado Railroad, arnvin at Hdwtl orrio at 3:40 P. M. of came day, ennnoctin;; with Uic United States Btaare Company's line of Con cord eoaches, arriving at Aurora and Bodie same eveiuns; arriving at Luninsr at 5:;1j e. m., connecting v.-ith stRg-fS fir Gr.tnUvil!et l!fi mont, Tyoo, &c, and arrivinu at CindeLirU at 8:00 r. M.. ennnetrtinx wit a atajtes for Colum- bua. Silver Pnt'x, Monujzuuit, Alula alley, Gold Mountain, BontoA, Bidliop Crock and In. dependenco ti. 3i. i rj;i.i J1'.. Gniv-w Superintendent. D. A. EKNDFK. Genarnl Freight a;iJ Pensr Ajfent. M 0 H A f.G H SALOON, JABfM?T STREET, CARS3M CITY, kt DEPOT. r. EVA 31. W Wines, Liquors, Cigars, A5D A LAO MONARCH BILLIARD TABLES. Irivto Club Room Attacked, L. T. OLSOX, Proprietor, THE FOUNTAIN Coi BcrCnnd Mition, Vin$!nU. HE1MRY HUBER, - Prop. Resolved, That in tho judg ment of this convention the .Legislature, when next con vened, should make the neces- sarv provisions for a convention to revise the entire Constitution of the State; that in providing for such convention, well-guard ed restrictions should be made, defining the number of delegates their compensation, and fixing the duration of its session ; that we believe such a convention is imperatively demanded by the urgent necessities of the times, and among others for the fol lowing cogent reasons: Fir-t To chancre the fundamental law as to secure as nearly as may be the equal and uniform tax ation on all property subjected thereto. Second To regulate and render equal and just all the rates of passage and freight upon all railroads doing busi ness in this State, to the end that our leading industries may be fostered and not oppressed, built up and not overthrown ; and third To secure the reduc tion of the expenses of the State to the minimum by dispensing I with all unnecessary officers and employes, rendering more speedy and economical the col- lectien of public revenue, and the execution of the law ''and the general administration of justice. . Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Hunters' Outfits, Knives Tackle. Fishing THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT -IS THE- MOST COMPLETE IN CARSON. A Fall Line of Family Groceries Always on Hand. 1W YORK BAKERY KINO STREET. TIN" S33!OP Our facilities of all kinds of Tin Work, Plnrabimjr, Gm Fitting and Water Pipe Work, are not excelled in tbe State. COMPLETE JCHTABL1SU- k. JM B N T. ALL KINDS OF CRACKERS : i Soda, Batter, Boston, Pilot, Wine, Picnltn Jenny Lind, Winger Hnapn, Bread, firs. Cake, Kte Miners and Ranchers are especially invited to call and examine our com plete and carefullyaelected stock. H All CHARLES E. BRAY, ACL.IKO AJfI lBIHTIBre. Mr. JACOB MULLEU and Mr. JOHN SCHMIDTT are now the managing partners of ths arm. Orders Attended Expedition. tt nfth Leave order on the abtef to be fouaj at tie principal business houat. P, A. WA9K t CO., Opposite County Building, Carson, Nev oet7 C. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. BODZE AND CAXDKLARIA EXPUES I flo'lie and Mmi Kan I :.TO a. m. Daj-tan. T0:O9 a. ni. difton 10:45 a. in. Fort Cnurclull ;U:). tn. Washout 1 11:26 a. m. Waubiaka ':0 m. l ':15 p. m. Cleaver Mason Kto Vista. Reservation.. Sehurz GUlia Hawthorne j 9tnsfield Kiiikead. Luitin Ntw iiostoa Soda Hprinars j Rhodea BeileriUe 1J:J p. 12-4-) p. m. 1:06 p. m. I:i0 p. m. 1 :) p. m. 2-.H0 p. m S AO p. in. 4:10 p. tn. 4: I p. ni, 4:M p. ra. i:M p. m. 5:;rt p. ni. 6:15 p. m. 6-.S0 p. m. 6:.S0p. ia. 7:'J0 p. m. 8 .ui Franewe VvruiM. fpniM ki'.mort hah nr.v.x nr.. 1 attfil and rotiovaUnl entirely !lr'- o'lt.and wiii be convinced in ir.st-cl(m style. Jli'.tiiniiaru.'ri- of the celebrated CiiiOHLjo H-r. Buttled beor aiwaya oti hand. Kxivllt-nl luitc'hea prepared at a moment' tiof Uv. TIIK FOUXTAIN" is loatd on th corner ot C and UiMm HtrwlM, on tho wn-y up (own from the dejt, alntul twi niiiiuts' walk. A Rood place to drop Ui and re.t and get a relrwuUUi gljtn of j -2 HENRY III Uh'.fw. CARSOH CITY 8REWERV, King street, Carson City T A o o"fc T 6:00 p. in. a:ss p. m 4:45 p. in 4:12 i. m 4:0i p. m. 3:o p. m 3:19 p. ra 3 OO p. m 2:12 p. m. 2:J0 p. m, 1:40 p. m. I2:.0 p. m 11:40 p. ni 11 00 m. 10:30 a. m 10:20 a. m, !:35 a. in 9:li a. m S:?5 a. Bi 8:15 a. m 7:45 a. m The ibore trains are ran daily and make close eon n turn at Mound House with trains of the Virginia k Tnickee Railmad for Virginia City and He no, and witn the Central Paeilia at Reno, via the Vinriiiia x Tnickee Railroad, lor ail point b and Went. II. M. TEBISOTO Jf , Gen. SapC ft. J. LAWS. AuistaM Suierratendent. U. rlEXDBR OeaerU rVeight and Patae.iur Aent CARSON CITY orrosns stits capiiol. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES, EXTRACTS, SOAPS, BRUSHES, FACE POWDERS, COMBS, And a Fnll Line of Fancy Goods, Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours of the day or oight, ana drugs warranted pure. ocobuk rieair.ifci-. i. P. FOSTER, Agent. ocli DR. MAYO A. GREENLAW. TJEINTIST, CARSON CITY. NVADA. OflM over Mavlnff Bank. hn front 9 aw an. to p. OBtt Kloin, PKOPUIETOH, am VIBT BEST (iCAL. ITT OP LAGER BEER Ever on the Pacific Coast or anywhere, tlrdeis promptly utu-julini t.. Customers constantly supplied with. lh linet brandu of WINES, l.IiVOBl AND CIGAR:! CnUVK MK A CALL (anltf JACOB KLEIN WISE 1IOUSJK, Opixwite Pas-wnffer riot, George Bryion, - Proprietor Tine. Billiard and Card Boom. KiqnorM and Clsar. Kery- thing naat and teery. Court eoua and iratlemanly treatment extended to ail. myw FISOHEE & DECKER. Sample Rooms fWREE A. DtiARfl SO ST U OP KIXG ST BEET, COLD 8EER. MOUNTAIN - FROM - San Jose, always on Tap. rne rhofeeiU of Wine., Lioaoni and Ufarti teStf THE HOLE IN THE WALL orroerrB savutos bank. CAPTAISr ATBBT.... Proprietor T HE VERT BEAT Of" LIQTJOM, WINEH AND CIOAS3. Appoilinarla WaW.Emitt India andotiinr mrcoou sharp bekb. Soup, hot lunth, Bonton brown brMkd no baked loana at la M. Lunch alau from m. till niiduigkl. i Headquarters Saloon, ON KIBIO STREET, 7-ICTOB A. KCLLKB, PIOP. rtto Boot and rente Boor mm Ilept la tk nostor etyle. An Epicurean Lunch of TldStta Aiwaj on Hand J