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THE MORNING APPEAL
H. R. MIGHELS Lessee FRIDAY (OCTOBER 5 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice-President ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of ILLINOIS. State Claims Approved by the State Board of Ex aminers at their meeting held on Oc tober 3, 1900: ORPHANS HOME. Employees salaries f 172 Teachers salaries - 120 C P Glader, repairs 7 O T Schnlz, meats 56 00 00 10 40 50 00 25 00 G5 40 40 00 "Wheeler, Hall it Co., sundries H Millard, laundry 8 50 Hop Wah Yuen, vegetables 14 Mr. Gilbert, apples 2 J Muldoon, spuds : 3 C E Wylie, sundries 4ft P A Wagner, hardware 1 Jhn Catton, repairs 4 Emporium, dry goods 16 Davis & Kirman, stationery Josesp Fredericks, duck ' 5 J Kelly & Co., sundries 1 J Morris, sundries 25 Jj H Bell, groceries 245 Geo H Meyers, sundries 10 S J Fox, stationery 7 F W Day, dry goods 23 EL4P Co., lights 21 M A Downey, sundries 2 Wna Smyth, pasturage 15 R Logan, labor 5 S Hirsh, sundries- 1 11 E Burlington, shots. 23 Petersen &. Springnipyer, feed 5 II Schneider, yeast 2 J H Kroeber, repairs 15 00 70 00 50 20 00 62 0: 60 00 00 00 00 50 35 82 50 15 Total $030 69 HOSPITAL FOR MENTAL DISEASES, S H Wheeler, wood 531 25 C Novasovich, groceries 417 92 T K Hymers, stable bill 5 00 Fred Stephens, icattle 627 20 Employees' salaries 1,247 99 P Andreucetti, sundries 11 70 Ttonnels A Steinmetz, bedding 150 00 Sol Ievy, sundries 140 94 J B McCullough, sundries 77 10 Morris A Levy, dry goods 32 85 Reno Mill & L Co.. lumber 63 22 Porteous Dec Co, sundries 8 10 John Sunderland, sund 11 75 Reno Merc Co, suad 60 25 J R Bradley, sund 22 88 S Jacobs, sund 27 oO Nev II A S Co, hdw 18 93 Merklinger, repairs 6 10 W Pinnieer. suadries 3 90 W H Patterson, suad 4S 8, Julian Ferant, labor- 212 50 Total 3,725 95 -LIBRARY. The Michie Co, books 4 50 Lawyers Co-op. Pub. Co., books 2 50 Jas D Cockroft, books 6 00 E Thompson Co, books 6 00 Bancroft Whitney Co, books 6 50 Davis A Kirman, books 17 55 Total Hi 05 UNIVKRSITY. Employees salaries ?708 Upson Bros., sundries 3 00 N ev II A S Co., hardware 49 40 Reno M A Li Co., lumber 20 95 Employees salaries 59 00 RenoW L A L Co., light and water 75 00 K B Hawcroft, printing 50 65 Ue H Taylor, sundries 23 18 Gazette Pub Co., printing 37 50 Chas II Rulison, instruments 40 00 Total 1,107 02 BOOK BINDING. F W Day, sundries 2175 T R Hofer, Jr., stamps 8 50 Total $30 25 24th REPORT T4TRR, freight $25 14 C C Gas Co., gas 6 40 P S Thompson, compositor 14 00 J II White, " ? 4 65 Geo Maute, " " 51 35 J E Patrick, pressman 16 50 Total - y $118 04 TOMPILED LAWS. Geo E Maute, labor $7 50 P S Thompson, labor 7 50 Total $15 00 PRINTING. AtorniTKrAnneal.offi.-iiiln.lv KTiO w rr.v.1 i i i - Mrs. Thibault, laundry Fresh FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS, AND KITCHEN NOVELTIES. G: A. Tyrrell, A.t the the "OLD CORNER, " opposite th The Great American Tea and Coffee Co. Chas Crippin, sprinkling . Will U Mackey, foreman . 5 00 160 00 Total SSIS 7o GENERAL FUND. Orvis Ring, transportation 90 97 Sol Hilp, cattle inspector 100 00 DrSL Lee, Board of Health 10 00 Jo Roberts, typewriting Land Of fice 50 00 CL Deady, draughtsmen Land Office 100 00 Elliott & Hatch, merchandise 8 00 Bancroft, Whitney, reports 6 00 B F Curler, transportation 25 80 CLAPC, lights 25 00 W U T Co, service 3 80 T R Hofer, Jr., box rent 2 50 J Considine, watchman 100 00 J S Burlingame, janitor 100 00 H G Bath, water 50 00 F Woodward, gardener 100 00 Jo Roberts, typewriting 3 00 Chas Crippen, sprinkling 30 00 H Robinson, labor 3 00 J W Berry, labor 3 00 F Golden Jewelry Co., repairs 4 00 Thaxter Drng Store, sund 1 00 J H Kroeber & Co.. repairs 8 85 Mrs Lopez, laundry 2 50 P A Wagner, sundries 3 60 H G Bath, water 8 00 C W Friend weather service 25 00 J M Benton, sundries 6 00 V A T R R, freight 8 65 C C C Gas Co.. eas 8 50 G H Meyers, cement - 50 J M Benton, ice 25 50 P A Waener. twine 65 Total STATE PRISON. L II Bell, groceries C A T L A F Co, lumber Carson Brewing Co, malt II C Kattleman, feed Adam Uhl, meat . F W Day, dry goods J M Benton, ice C L A P Co, lights- Rev. G. R. Davis, chaplain Father Gartland, chaplain J A J Raycraft, stabling 913 87 4 00 63 60 8 00 8 40 108 46 . 150 92 21 40 55 00 30 00 10 00 15 00 CO 00 . 115 00 6 10 10 11 . 53 10 A Huffaker, attendance Jo Flatty sundries Petersen A Springnieyer, feed Otto SchulB, fish P A W agaer, hardware W II Chcdic, sundries . Geo II Meyers, sundries 7 50 S 87 . 30 00 . 22 35 . 2 15 . 17 28 4 00 . 130 45 . 385 01 . 333 83 . 1191 65 . 21 00 I II Kroeber, buckets Thaxter Drug Store, drugs J A Richardson, fruits J lleidenrelch, spuds Davis A Kirman, sundries M A Downey, furniture C E Wylie, groceries.-. Ij O Henderson, sundries Employees salaries 8 B Cohen, sundries Total ?2969 17 By the Board. A. W. Morri Clerk. TICKET. Assemblymen J. C. 1 1 EN N ESS Y, J. (?. SWEENEY, ELL. G. WINNIE. Sheriff and Assessor. WM. KINNEY. Clerk and Treasurer GEO. W. COWING. Auditor and Recorder JOHN A. WALL. Dist Atty and Supt of Schools J. EMMETT WALSH County Commissioners P. II. PETERSEN, (Long Term) CTTj. SLIXGERLAND, (Short Term) (Justice of, the Peace, W. II. STONE. Constable JOHN R. NEWNHAM. THE PLATFORM We, the Silver men of Ormsby County, in Convention assembled, re affirm the pledges made to the people of the County when in taking possess ion of the Countv ffovernment. wp. promised a reduction, in the cost of maintaining- the same. At that time the County was in debt and doing' business on a script basis, whereas, now it has a surplus of nearlv vvir iu Liie treasury. We reaffirm our loyalty to the busi ness principles which have brought about this result and only ask the tax payers to judge cms course in the fu ture by what we have done in the nast. 00 1 We endorse the Drincinles of free. .! silver, anti-trust and anti-imperialism to . laid down .-n Sfa. ,Bt f i SUJ Candies TOBACCO, DELICACIES POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements under this head will be published up to the General Election for $5, payable in advance. WM. KINNEY Of Carson Silver Party Nominee for SHERIFF AND ASSESSOR Of Ormsby County, subject to the decis of the voters at the election to ba held November 6th, 1900. T. R. HOFER, Of Carson, Republican Nominee for AUDITOR AND RECORDER, 01 Ornasby County, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election to be held November 6, 1900. J. A. WALL, Of Carson, Silver Party Nominee for AUDITOR AND RECORDER, Of Ormsby County, subject to the de cision of the veters at the election to be held November 0th. 1900. E. E. ROBERTS, Of Empire, Republican Nominee for DISTRICT ATTORNEY Of Ormsby County, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election to be hld November 6, 1900. II. B. VAN KTTEN. Of Carson, Republican Nominee for SHERIFF AND ASSESSOR, Of Ormsby County, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election to be held November 6, 1900. DR. J. C. II EN N ESS Y, Of Carson Silver Party Nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, Of Ormsby County, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election to be held November 6th, 1900. SAMUEL PLATT Of Carson, Republican Nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, Of Ormsby County, 'subject to the de I cision of the voters at the election to be ' held November 6th, 1!HX). J. EMMETT WALSH Of Carson, Silver Party Nominee for DISTRICT ATTORNEY, i Of Ormsby County, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election to be held November 6, 1900. E. S. DAUGIIERTY Of Carson Republican Nominee for COUNTY COMMISSIONER, (Long Term) Of Ormsby County, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election to be held November 6, 1900. JAMES G. SWEENEY, Of Carson, Silver and Democratic Nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, Of Ormsby county, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election te be held November 6, 1900. GEO. W. COWING Of Carsen, Silver Party Nominee for CLERK AND TREASEURER Of Ormsby County, subject to the de cision of the voters at the election to be held November 6, 1900. ADAH UHL : o : MEAT for the MASSES Beef, Mutton Pork, Veal, Sausage, Etc. Etc. Main Street, Opposite the Bullion Bank. Prices to Suit the Hard"iines SACRAMENTO SALOON This popular resort has been remodeled and restocked with the finest Wines, L, i q. x 3 r , and Ciars Comfortable Card Rooms. ANDY TODD, :.: Proprietor Official Count of State Funds State of Nevada, ) ss. County of Ormsby. J Eugene Howell and W D Jones being duly sworn,severally say that they are members of the Board of Ex aminers of the State of Nevada; that on the 29th day of September 1900, they (after having ascertained from the books of the State Controller the amount of money which, should be in the Treasury) made an official examination and count t the money in the State Treasury of Nevada, and found the same correct follows: Coin $131,329.37 Paid Coin Vouchers not returned to Controller 41,175.78 as Total ?172,505.15 State School Fund Securities Irredeemable Nevada State School Bonds f380.000.00 Nevada State Bonds 262,000.00 United States Bonds 865,000.00 Total $1,680,105.15 Eugene Howsll, W. D. Jones. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 29th day of September, A. D, 1900. seal J. Doane, Notary Public, Ormsby County, Nevada. Wood Wanted The Board of Capitol Commissioners will receive bids for furnishing 75 cords of wood, the same to be sawed and piled in the basement of the Cap'itoi Building. Bids will be received up to noon on the 22nd day of September, 1900. At 2 o'clock on said day bids will be opened and con sidered. The wood must be limb and split yel low pine, sound and dry, and must be delivered on or before the 1st day of November next. Address W. R. Davis, Clerk of. Board of Capitol Commission ers, Carson City, Nevada, envelope marked "proposals on wood." The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board. W. R. Davis, Clerk of Board. Board of Equalization Notice is hereby given that the As sessor has this day delivered to the un dersigned the assessment roll for the cur rent fiscal year. And that the Board of County Com missioners will be as a Board of Equal ization at the County Clerk's office on Monday, Sept. 17, 1900, at 10 a. m., and con tinue in session from time to time, as provided by law until the business oi equalization is disposed of. Gko. W. Cowing, Clerk of the Board of County Commis sioners. Dated Sept. 3, 1900. A. LIVINGSTON IMPORTER AND DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS. CIGAES S. Sanger. John Meyeb. IMeyer & Sanger Proprietor of the The Bank Saloon Cor Carson and 1ft h (Street. Dealer n Wines Liquors Cigars FINE LUNCH SHARP BEER JACOB MULLEB Tonsorial Establishment COUNTY BUILDING, Carson Nev HAIRCUTTING, SHAVING, SHAMPOOING HOT BATHS STEAM HAIR BRUSHES. TONICS. F. A. Cushing. J. H. Krober. J. H- KROBER & CO. Plumbers, Tinners and Sheet Iron Workers, Manufacturers of Well Casing, Stove Pipe and Water Pipe. Particular Attention Given to Creamery and Dairy Work. COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. Carson City. IS evada Dr. Henessey DENTIST Rinckle Building : : : : O pp. Bank 'Nevada Drug Store J. M. JOHNSON, Prop. Drugs. Patent Medicines. Cigars and Photographic Supplies. Prescriptions Compounded Night or Day. c Night Bell in Front of Store. Nevada Business College. Carson A College for Practical Education Third Year X First Term Opens Monday. September 3, 1900. Preparation for Civil Service Examination a Specialty. Tor terms and genera information address WARFBL & ELAtfCtiET, Principals Carson City, Nevada. Watch this Space jr. BELCOYE m m SJLM Agent for Wananiaker Suits Made to Order $J ALAMO HEREFORD STOCK FARM There are now upwards of 4,000 registered animals on this farm whose points of breeding are not excelled. It has been the aim of the owner of these animals to spare no expense in getting tlie best. The entrees from this farm have taken first premiums for several years at Sacramento, Cal., and the head of the herd. Duke of Shadeland, took the first pre- mi urn. i ; . rid's Armour Rose, recently purchased at the cattle sale at Kansas City, and the highest priced Hereford cow in the world, now be ons to the Akmo Stock Farm. JOHN SPARKS, PETERSEN & SPRINGMEYER Successors to ' P. H. PETERSEN, Old Sacramento HayYard ""e deal j only the best HAY, JJay delivered by the bale Stabling for iforaia h Walter Ca Choice Beef. Mutton, Mutton, .Veal, Lamb, Pork and Sausage- City, Nev. COHK & Brown, Of Philadelphia g Call and See Samples i$ rnrat UIiicid. tip Hi Prop,, Reno Nev ot BARLEY, OATS7AND FEED or ton 100 head ot Stock Drugs and Stationary. Agent for Eastman's Kodak 0 and Suppliesl F. J. STEINMETZ, Opposite Posto ffi Nevada Market chedic, Prop.