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RfePUBLICM TICKET.
For State Senator,
H. G. PARKER:
Assemblymen,
A- HELM, F. BOSKQ
WITZ, D. H. BROWN.
Sheriff,
S.T.SWIFT.
"; County Clerk,
,M. D. HATCH.
Assessor,
rKuvmsaS. D. KERSEY
District Attorney,
J. D. TORREYSON.
Treasurer,
JAMES FRASER.
Recorder,
CHARLES MARTIN
Superintendent of Schools,
II. II. HOWE.
County Commissioner (long
'. term)
C C. AT IIERTON.
County Commirsioner (short
term)
J; H. MARTIN.
Justice of the Peace,
W. M. CARY.
ci .r t ; Canstable.
ROBT. R. CRAWFORD.
School Trustee (long term).
D. A. BENDER.
School Trustee (short term)
G. R. DAVIS.
F3I1MRK I'RFOI.4'T
.Justice of the Peace.
I. P. LEW),
Constable. j
E. C. JONES.
School Trustee, Long Term
C. LAROUETTE.
School Trustee, Short Term
A. BOURGEOIS.
C -i
t'Ol'VTV 1'MTFORH.
Resolved, Th;vt the dear ami
able exposition of the irhuiples
of Nevada Heiwihlicanism as
enunciated in the Platform and
RekI-itfon's iield at the lute
Republican Convention at Ileno
is hereby endorsed by this Con
vention.
Jtesolved, That this Convention
pledges its nominees to a rigid
enconomy in the administra
tion of county affairs, in the in
terest of the "Taxpayers and
business men of Ormsby county.
Resolved, That the suspicious
attitude of the Democracy upon
the question of public schools
cieetfj with the hearty disap
proval of all people, irrespective
of party, who are interested in j
popular education.
Resolved, That the nominees
orthis Convention on. the Legis
laiive ticket be pledged sgainst
the 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
tP" ''Sacramento nd return,
thereby discriminating against
Nevada and its business.
Resolved, ThaiTwe favor the
passage of a bill by which a
State Board of Equalization
may i.bo.-.provided. for-fche pur
pose"'" of ' '"(equalizing - taxation
upon all property within the
State,. The duties to be per
forated WithouC compensation
by such State officers an the Leg.
Uture shall designate.
For Governor,
ENOCH STROTHER,
Of Storey County.
For Lieutenant - Governor,
C. E. LAUGHTON,
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.
Supt. Public Instruction,
C. S. YOUNG.
Of Storey.
For State Printer.
J. C. HARLOW,
Of Ormsby.
Judge Second Judicial Dis-
trict,
T. D. EDWARDS.
HEriBLIC.W PLATFORM.
R??nlvfd, That the honor and
lory of the Republic, its con
i:njKl ioace. prosno;-itv and
progress will l o best served by
the perpetuation and continued
Mjcocss of the Republican party.
Wo declare? t.nr I'.drlity to its
princ-ir'Ie.s as twi-i'.' :m! i'l the
Cnicago
of l"i and as
further tmbodit-d in it-? grvttt
history from it.s organi'ition to
the present time.
uesoiven, mat in tae tragic
death of President Garfield our
country has suffered a deploral.I
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 and sagacious
administration of President
Arthur and believe it will result
in promoting the best interests
of the country.
Resolved, That the presence
in our midst of a servile race of
aliens, incapable of assimilating
with our institutions is a per
petual menace to all classes of
societv. The relief extended
to our people by the passage of
a law excluding the Chinese by
Republican Congress and ap
proved by a. Republican Presi
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 further 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
mon schools of the State may
require. As free institutions
they should be so conducted as
to satisfy poor and rich alike,
and upon this principle we urge
the adoption 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 of navigable waters and
competing lines of rnilroads to
and 'from commercial centers,
wo demand from Congress such
wholesome and effective legis
lation as will place our people on
term9 of equality in respect to
transportation charges with com
munities specially favored by
railroad monopolies.
Resolved, That we pledge the
Republican party of Nevada to
such a course of enlighten d
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 individu-ds 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 wi'h the
Po&tofflce Department.
Resolved, That the coinage of
silver should be placed upon the
same basis as that of gold, and
we invoke early Congressiona
legislation to that end.
Resolved, That it is the duty
of the Legislature to enact such
laws as will result in the pun
fication of the jury box and
better promote the administra
tion of justice.
Recoiled. That it is the duty
of the next Legislature to pass
such laws as shall reduce the
expenses of tate and county
governments to the lowest pos
sible limit consistent With the
requirements of the public ser
vice.
Resolved, That the earnest
attention of Congress and the
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 nnd the development of our
chief source of wealth may best
be promoted.
Resolved, That the appropri
ation by a Republican Congress
for the payment of pensions to
invalid Union soldiers and to
the veterans of the Mexican war
is the disrharge of a debt of
honor and law a generous re
membrance of our country's de
fenders in its supreme hour of
peril.
Resolved, Thai in the judg
ment of this convention the
.p.-riihif :;rf when nfvr mi;-
---- -
ver.ed, should make the neces
sary proviMons 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 i eli?ve such a convention is
imperatively demanded by the
urgent noeer2ties of iho times.
and among others for the fol
lowing cogent r;'iiii;i-: First
To change the fin.damental
law as to secure as nearly as ci;iy
bo 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 ra'lroads 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 d'spensin
with all unnecessary officers
and employes, rendering more
speedy and economical the col
lection of public revenue, and
the execution of the law and
the general administration of
justice.
ISW YQBK BAKERY
KING STREET.
A
C'03IPLTK IMTABUNH-
31 F. X T.
ALL KIXPS OK
OEACKEES :
Soda. Batter, Boston. Pilot.
Wine, Picnic. Jenny JLind,
ii Inzer Snap, Bread,
ries. ake. Etc
CHARLES E. MM,
H
AILIAU ASD I'BEIOHTIIfO.
Alt Orders Attended ta wilb
Expedition.
Leavv orders on the atatea t be found at (he
prineiil boslnem hmm.
P. A. WAGNER & CO.
DRALEKS IN
H a r d w a r 111
-AND-
GROCERIES
-OP ALL
DESCRIPTIONS
Stoves,
Glassware,
Tinware,
Crockery,
Terra Cotta.
MRICILTWUL WPLEME.TS.
Mowers,
Plows,
Reapers,
Shovels.
SPORTHG MATERIALS :
Jims, Rilles, Pistols,
Hunters' Outfits, Knives.
Fishing Tackle.
THE
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
-IS TIIK -
M ( ST COMPLETI
IN CAR son.
A Full LiiiD ol Family Groceries
Always on Eand.
tin n: Z IP
Our facilities of all kinds of
Tin Work, Plumbing, Gas Fitting:
and Water Pipe Work, are
not excelled In llbe State.
Miners and Ranchers are especially
Invited to call and examine our com
plete and carcfullysclected stock.
Mr. JACOB MCLIJGR and Mr. JOHN
SCHMIDTT are now the managing
partners of the firm.
P, A. WASSKX CO.,
Opposite County Building, Carson, Nev
octT
V. & T. JR. R. TIME TABLE
FROM VIRGINIA TO CARSON" AND ItEXO
Jt
S . 3
3 O Of M
"t's.J-S-
2 a 5 . a
; k t; i a:
c -! e 'C - n
j- a o b
2'
U. :
5
2
FROM RENO TO CABSGN AND VIIIGINU
S a
J 5
1
e i
- w
w a a -j r K j
c rr- - ' o 3 o -r n
em;
Express train from Reni an I Lucuiraf sender
train l iiv:u,' Vinriniaat So'cK i'W A. li. con
nect "t Mound House with tnutis I Carson
and Colorado Bailrosvl, arriving at Ihiwll orno
at 3:40 r. M. of same da'", connecting with tne
I'niteJ Stuts Stijo Ct'inpaiiv's line of Con
cord coaclies, arnv;n,' at Aurora aim Bxlie
same evening: a rivni.' at Lu::incr at S:3.5 r. M.,
eontieetint,' wilh st:re- tor Gr.mtsI!e, Eii
mont, Ty. o, He., and arriving at Landeian at
8:00 r. m.. uonneotin; with btawa i t Coluni
ki. Sili'r rak, M.tuti'zoma. Ali la alley,
tkKl Mountain, Benton, Biatiop Creek a;id In.
dependence
11. M. I Mil liIU.,
Gcneril Sui.ori:itciideut.
T. A. PENPMt.
Crnenil Kivij,'ht an.l Paener Agent.
C. &. C, R. R. TIME TASLE.
BODIK 4ND CA"liU.A!UA EXTKES--.
i S.tn
Biniie and ! Kraneisoo,
Ca:iailir:o. mid
UrMi'a.
Mr.imJ House. .
Pav ton
.'lft-n
Firt Cur,-hil!. .
Washout
ri ;:n n. m. I 6:0 p. in.
Q:vri a. in. j: . :n.
10:45 a. ill. j 4:4i p. in.
U:?0a. ni. ! i:- p. m.
11:: (i a. ni. 4:u ii.
W4iilu-ka l.':00 m.
3:;."i p. ni
CK-avcr 7 ,
!':1P p. m.
tn?on
Kio i.ta. . . .
li:4 p. in. 3 01 n. ra.
i- - ....
! l-'A p. iii. i :l. p. m.
! 1: J0 p. in. 2:iK) i. m.
Reservation.
Sehurz
Gillis
p- ni. 1:4 p. ni.
S!:W p. in H :nU p. in.
Hawthorne. .
; S:40 p. in. 11:40 p. m.
....
4:10 p. m. 11 00 n:.
Stan?lioId. ..
4: 3 p. m, lo:30 a. in.
Kinkead
l.uninT
! 4:W p. in. l'i:J0 a. ni.
Xoli p. in. ' 9::i."i a, m.
Me- Boston .
5:."i0 ;. ni. ! 0:1 j a. m.
Sod'i Sjjrhis
Kilties
BML'TiHc
j 0:1 i Ti p. in.
! e:M V. in.
8:.".r a. m.
6:o0 p. m. I g:lS a. m.
' 7:0 l. m. I 7:45 a. ni.
The 8b"ve trains are ran daiij' and make
elie C'Mifit-ticii at Mouml Hium' wirli trains
of the Viij;iiiia i Trachte Iia:liiuj fvr Virginia
Citv and Keno. :v d witn tJ:e Ci-iilral I'a;iflo
at Keno, via the V'iriciii'i & Truckew K.-ulruad,
for aa pin(s t.tt and Went.
II. JI TERIXUIOX, Ocn. SnpU
It J. LW3,
Aiijt.uit Suptriiitcndtiit.
tier era! Freight aad t'a.'st'.ior Ajer.t
CARSON CITY
DUVU STORE,
WroSITE STATE CAPITOL.
DRUGS,' PERFUMERY,
TOILET ARTICLES,
PATENT MEDICINES,
EXTRACTS, SOAPS,
BRUSHES,
FACE POWDERS,
COMBS,
And a Fnll Line of Fancy Goods.
Preseriptious carefully eoniDOiinded
at all hours of the Uay or niirht, and
urugs warraniea pure.
GEUHGE ltcltl' AM
IS. K. FOSTER, Agent. oel i
ESTABLISHED IN 1852.
L. P. FISHER'S
NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agency.
mm 20 mm 31, MerelMiMtV Km
5 is s.2 " ' o.S ' S ig ;
a 'if uii - (-'"'JflLi
MONARCH SALOON,
ARSON hTKEET, OPPOSITE
V. T. PASSENGER DEPOT,
CARSOK CITY,
I EVAOA.
,1; llH'4" ''
ffli
Vinos,
Liquors,
AND ALSO
Cfgars,
TA3LES.
Private lnb ItooiiM . 1 1 . tied,
L. T. OLSW.V,
Proprietor.
RE-OPENED!
THE OLD MAMOlll SHOD
(County Uuildinjj.)
I KS, 1j I t V O 11 S A I
C I fi A IX H.
J. E. DEALY,
Manager;
0AR3GN CITY BBEWERY.
Xing street, Cffrrson City
I'HOPlllKTOK.
a b v u n y ub s i u v a u
ITT OF
LAGER CCCf?
r
Kvcr on tl? !r.cirte Const or anywhere.
Orde rs prom i!ly atli'iidc ii to.
Cu.ilonit rs L'oiistnntly supiilied with tlio
liricst Iiimiics f
LIQCOUS AMU CIGAHS
idTjBIVE ME A CALL
taulti
J iC'OH KLEIN
WIA'li HOUSE,
Opposite Pjksongcr Dopot,
George Erysoa, - Proprietor
tlTine-,
Uillinr
liqTror and i;arn.
ird and C-nrd Booms. Kvery-
thins neat and tasty, tourteous and
gentlemanly Ireaiinent extended to all.
myW
FISCHER & DECKER.
ig) Sample Rooms HD
ItilltEF.
ixiuit s kokt ii or
L
UINU NTIiFKT.
GOLD OUNTAIH DEER.
- FROM -
Sti n Jose, always on Tap.
I lie
ttiolcent of Wliift, Lienor
nnd t'Jirii rx.
THE HOLE IN THE WALL
OPPOSITE SAVINGS BANK.
CAFTAIK AVEBV.... Proprietor
IE VEBY BEST OP LIQU038,
WIN'ES AX1 CiaAItS.
ArpoIliaarU W'ater.EaKt Indlii arid other
BIT COOL, SHABP BEER. -m
Foup, hot luneli, Boston brown bres(
aim baked ItemiR at U M. J.uueh rJho
from it M. tili nuduiglit. ii
Ileiidqiiarters Saloon.
OV KISTO HTREKT,
TICTOB A. HCLLEII, riOP.
ri Beat ad Coolest Beer mm
Kartb Kept la the beat of at 1.
n Iprourean Lunch of T Id Bits
Atway on Hand b

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