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SILVFR PARTY PLATFORM
We, tlii' rer-rrfcnlalivcs party of evn!:i. in com" bU-(. lo here ?clare the? ciple?, r.ui invite t1u- co-o who aerce ihi'rewith: of tnc iuv.-r ntion asr-eui- of a!! ;.erat:cn Wo declare t' rrated in i'".c I; cure, rr exraL! croverii " We -Yv'a-liii the wo in. 4 fr o 'ticep ; Mit t!i..j ,Mp. .- ri -1 e"t '" t the principles '"laratior! of Ind '" cteT:;-1 truth, a in their ;.u'.''icr.t: "en. runi- ii ir. 011 to re'iee i t:i:- v: the property of the State, ilie ta:; o i - should show a valuaiou of ok .:i ed million dollars' worth of prop rty.; that a true assessment adjuud :.-ar.r to the equal value of property rc(iucc the average county taxes ; t -rhaps one dollar on the hundred. ti;c btate s proportion at anout '.-five cents on the hundred: that ndervaluation of property "e-iiiis normally high tax rates and is .3 our industries in ndc!h ion t . a menace to t,j. -nvc-Ti capita:, we therefore to all Silver Par'y coiuv us tlis.t they j.kdpre thei to the Leris-ature. to "u'a-u'.res as will I. ring a'..i. :n t!"is direction. olot'onWherea--: At r Sr.-te Cent r.u Conn 'nt oi Con-notui- a Tlie Honrs AVo extend to the brave lliMirsrif.S 'ith Africa, our svinputhy Mini mora! snuuort iu their psitriotie sirr.jrfrle for 11' r: .-lit of sell'-KO eminent, we ;!(' .::; ! rably or.po.sod to any al iunce, ':. or covert, helueen. the United Sisi'os and any otln-r nation, whU-li will tci.d to the d( ss ru. tiofi or a'ori'lgement of lit; man liberty. Porto l!i -o The Declaration of Inde-j ;!J,. pendente, the (Vitstitution awl the Flag i ' " Porto l!ico is u psirtof the United .St:its, :'i!(J placit ji upon it the burden of ei risi'm dnti.-s. as well us l;y denying its icole a delegate ! t'oij:ess, the Atl mi iiist ra tion l.a- vi-,i!..i'i t'nu t'oiistint'iol!. :.- ;-.!!- d'Hic-d tl.c '.';iiul::iiiont-i! p: ;,:!!!(:- Amei ii aii iiiicil.' , m:.l lnsirr. en to uiv tl'.e lie to the coiiti ii i it i of our i )i . l'.Uicis liiat at! !!:cn ;ur created tern: f Notice To whom it may concern: The Board of Equalization of Ormsby County, State of Nevada, by an order ma le ana duly entered upon the min utes of said Board has added to the assessed valuation of the property on Assessment Roll of the following persons: Mrs. L. G. Parker, account of mort- ) .'.rases, .'io(). account of mot't- iceount of mortgages, tee Sv.uat re -' iri'd a- co-i v.-er I ::' IT, that ii"vii t.ii.i. ; rests uion the n!iisci;t of i th.-tt repre.-vit.;tioji and :;'era!.i. )!::; caneiicn I- oveni o, ant axa'.io:; arc i jotlerii.s a ii' j 'i t the pi opo incut re ii" o i n tcr;s. We ah. i i :i c h-i i;-.p v;i'ia an:' olci: tt. .' i.i '-pirir of : ;;i;.( e. Ii.'.' I l-ii.l ci.-isiui.ti' he proh i hit inn aor the rene w 1 an l': ll'i the i - Mrs. J. Johnson, .1. Wagner, Cilbert. Brings, account of mortga ges, s.'ec B. .v K. Ban I, a: 0. :evi u: 1. V: mi lie i :, a . the e I thi account of inert: a- of moi't gages, ieeo'Hit o. moi't'rageri. t- The Kind Yoti Have Always Bought, and which has been in vise for over 30 years, has home the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy "--- Allow no one totleceive von m tins.. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot Infants and Children Experience against Experiment t is CASTOR 1 A . :U1:. .:1c. i. ; -A I 1. 1: 'jt I Pres' t!;c i: hi -::. : '.: !):-: hani' Auicri prenu- ISIll t" I I I I.I . t iUo : :! in : :!:! ' 1. Wc ? i e . of !i nic; f. ii iC'-i s. w : .,. ly o! a I '.).i ill euileel .1.: I'll: 111 till ll'lllilll I lia.e in ate. a ' ::.i,iit:..;:a ii ; -ieiier s;a;isties rci vh" s'.i: fi.e Le-ji ,1 l.ao-.i . t iny; t' i 1 i.,ei. liiiti.i'' re ir. .in ip: iale h 'lie r re-e c :au-e U'nter : i : water 1 eontio- : criUM-. .'nan v. iu.-e th-. from a in its a The warfare j iio'i..ra: that he.v.a iiMininr.tioir for the Pn grc-U pirty. if that par! esriancc to the Silver c Trnsts We declare rr upon ttiiVis. and tuon holy comliinalinns of cap'tah garner the fruits of legitimate ! imild up colossal fortunes for ".i't ' a: i un wl.ich al or to the en- irt i- net actio d denial' " from thi denounce if William ' :, r.-.ee.. Stite. AT -'11 npa'p '"cet: Stev. m a -. t riehmetit of th.e few. a;;d whose opera tions inevitably tend to the detriment and impoverishment of the great body of American labor. Bryan Wc declare our ir'.eq'iivnc il support of "Vilham J. Bryan and Adiai E. Stevenson, for the Presidcw- r.tv.l Vice IWsidency, respectively, of the Unitedtates. rmd our unqualified cn tlorstwent of every principle for which theyTand. Inieprialism We snnnuttre our deep sympathy with everjr people struggling for human freedom, and for the estab lishment or preservation of the immor tal doctrine of equal rights among men, and wc denounce in specific terms all efforts to stifle liberty and every en deavor to enforce upon any people those unrighteous conditions r.gain-t which the Revolutionary Fathers con tended with their life's blood. Public Grazing Lands In 'iue with our opposition to any control of public utilities by private citizens or combina tions of canital. we here declare onr emphatic dissent from any propo ni 1 o lease the t ube'.- domain, rccogniuv; ;n such a step the dinger t1"it would, in-cvitab'- accrue to t!:. h'-n --t strug-r'-r n;iti.i and we instruct ' '" itive '" Congr. si to tj.v ' - rii;-.:'.. t e . t . we further resolve that the ac the State Central Committee de W. E. Sharon from th- Chair n of the late Central Oenmit rescinded and expunaed. from ord. aj '.Ve beiiev e that lands Miiuih! lu lu..: o by i.'ie g. nerai jinvernnient a a pa.i t of its liiteruul improvement sy-tcm, ail.) t;;;,t lil eral appropriations should he miiue tor l!;it turoose, and we ci.i! ai ieiition to the spa citic deciartii.n in this ehalt in the n:it; nal jiiatt'orin. t.;vor:n; an iiitcilitiei.l svsteiii of improxitig the arid lands of t he Wet. storing tiie aters tdrthe jMiroii-cs of irriiration. and I lie i :(. or i hohiing of sn r-h hinds lor actual s-et tiers. W e believe that tlie development of tiie Republic within th arid regions, by a proper system of internal improvement, will build up an empire based on equal niti'nn.l. in t'.t i. ir..i is ... i t l.n .....i-..., ...i.l To ,:ie People ot Nevada There is a Ki,.y of anv empire based n the acqtii man :" these I tuted States, whose pub,- sitioti of distant countries and the sub lie career and private life, whose man- jection of inferior races, hood and consistency have intensified; i-,;;,..i..,,i u,.i,i n- ;, I or- la"h in huu. as the foremost Utes- the high erlieienev and usefulness of our j man of our ttmes. as a man above re- i university, and favor legislation which nrr.ach. and leyond the pa'e of corrupt will ad vance its iiiinsaiui purposes. We influence o' anv mtrre. WTe bad him ; f-'so rtrogm.e the necessity of luaitita'n as the aooohited bistrttment to defend . tll? exeellenee of onr public schools, tins Kcp'ublica and institutions against A,f. n.r1? M'l'd to any legishition , , ' i . . f i t winch will ueininish or lintiroperly Ui- rnboi v encroaciim nt of every , vrt tb iiiw.meof our whools tion. irion our fa-th. onr patrtottsm ana j our t -editions. This man is pure of; Interstate Com nuree- We demand such life and of rva ted ab tv and r e.m mo- ";"" .!' ' ' ' l' i'-ei ii oiv iioiais aim j i , (t.. -,r, i """"unities lroiu unjust diseriiiiination id we bch,- -: th, nnv CTtiwn i and lllo bUi. fi.mu .t .uu, unf;lir i IIHIillil'llil . I e i:o:... ii(i an tive. ; of th:? ?lf in- uonorting for the Prer. dncy of i thr ed States. William I. Brym. triinsporlatiou rates. Corrupt Piaeti -es We demand the nass:iar of A la w reuson ililv limiting the r.or ble and reason-: ea' such :i me a -a.; resented to the natt ,rk Day V.'e favo-hour- on :' ptil he State, County :a- i or I roi'T.'S' . t- r.-o;i ' ' ; me rafon "uv. ciinmatd.ee win :ods. in the unn.r.'C- olucc-s and ins'.i'.-.i- i of limit; Iveprcsc cry lav t. 1: mctluv' to dc should it be t letdslatttrc. Eight Hour W work day of eiuh works i" which t Municipality is the employer. Stae I he stri good 1 ' ir.cn t lions. Wat. much buildin wise. i:v': the storp for irrigation nurpo'-es. and we reccom mend stt;-h Federal and State legisla tion :i ivonld bring about the recla mation of a'l arid lands. Elcct:o-i of Senators We favor the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people, for the rea son that such a method of election would return power to the hands where it properly belongs. ' Patronage We favor and advocate the filling of all appointive positions controlled by our Representative and Senators, with residents of Nevada. Education and Interest on State Tands We commend the Silver Par ty for it? eminently wise and successful ' V.V a tion I '" A.'.ia' ! and Vh bv th . Pip--'- -fni: '! We. V 'stir, v.' ; .letVei-' and p Iaiico'.i piea. ae It ATI'' STATE PI.ATIOHM ii with s i William St eve m- l-nietl'Hl .Tennini! ii i'or th tp' iT'iiiinn i Itrvan and Pll-ide!CV -Presidenev .f the V tion ' 'he Pcrnr.e: lilt' atic rtie- i Sti-tes Silver of the T.:ev of i i'cc that : he ne'v Item wis : ',v ohl b('ii,nrr:.i'V of . af.d ' h.selv allhil in f.ilth loose to the KejieMican'-in of . has again 1 een rt-a--cr!c 1 in I that it i- reeeivinrr th" eniteil nop e, of the n '"orm forces. We ie 1 i.e :, r belief that no reason imw ex-, sts f: ) he division of the reform forces uto three indejx-iident organi.a'ions, :nd that unity of irtr"'v:atian, as of pnr- , expenditures o ; and prevenlit g 1 el ct'.ons. Senator S ewan , gratulate the bi-e ' on being rid ot" ; rm-l:ci".l i:pe.n ': tweh e year-. . iiain y. st"var . oil the silver p .: eiaiiisiiy woii campaigns, inni '. char. cter of I'.c and subservient t ' stamiard. iteper:. ing Adminis: r... . andi l.ites in elect inn, iiimjil practices in such ;'s I. 'lection We con iM l.disisof Nevada ni aii impostor, who has id r '! eduliiy for tie- la--t alliide to Senator YVil te i h i at last th - own ".: mask which lie so :..:'! i.e three senatorial v.- appears in his true i. liean cmnp follower 1 of the present gold to tno ascserl valu ert y I he;- v. an ut.-.o;:nt .1 -.vl.!i uU tot -tppear bi-!'oi-o he-' ia session and upon rdavi: that thev had no ice of . ueii ::ie:ea-eJ valuation of i." pi-op-.'i ly. shad bo gi ven a hear ing tit i lie next i eai'iai- n.c-Uiig of the P'oar.l of Ivii.aH.-.iliori on Monday, t.tetohc.-s, 15ut. at iu o'clock a. tn. 1 ly order of the Poa:-l of Equali sation. Geo. W. CoWixc, Clerk. Proposals for Wood Carson City, Oct. 2, 11X10. Sealed proposals for furnishing 125 cords of split ami 25 cords of limb wood to be delivered at the Nevada State Prison will be received up to (but not including) Friday, October 10, lttoo, when proposals will be opened in the office of the Secre tary of State, at Carson City, Nevada, in the presence of bidders at 11a. m. Bidders will state in their proposals the portion of above quantity and kind of wood they will furnish and price per cord. Ilids to be directed to the Clerk of the Hoard of State Prison Commissioners, Carson City, Nevada, and endorsed "Proposals for Wood." The P.oard reserves the right to reject any and all 1 uds. By order of the Hoard. Attest: A.W. Mokhis, Clerk. Castoria is a harmless snlistitnto for Castor Oil, Pare f;oric, Irop.s and Soothing1 Syrup. It is Pleasant. It contains neiilicr Opium, Morphine nor ttlj:-r ICttrrotic Mihstamio. Its aarc is its guarantee It rirstw.y.; V. onus awl alJays Poverisltnctss. It cures jiiirrh;i 'aul Wuul Colic. 1 1 ldieves Teething- Troa'yh"-', cures Constipation and Flatuleney. It assiniil.ttes tlie Food, regulates tho Stoauich :Jitl How els, giving healthy and natural &!.oc The Children's Panacea The Mother's Frieud. CE"UiriE CASTORIA ALWAYS Sears the Signature cf r Tlie Kind You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTOUB COMPHNV. TT MUBHT 6T?CT. NEW VOB CITY HOTGL NOT1CK reuhir nieeting of the State i- aud trust foste;- i '! :ents the same i v requisition tl A'e wish our wl!ov:d jov in." 'Xperieiieed 1 ; ihejr riddance ol version Inun a pretended iriend to open, and thei cfme harmless, eneiny. line sliver traitor, and hi t;u .1 is me:i in eon- :n p.. i the deinaii'i of '.lie hour. Ston:re Wc believe th,- future progress ;:nd r.p r f onr State depends iw'-n a 'h-ions and successful nlan for e ot unappro)r'atcl waters i W ' li. lieve that i lie hicntro and Kn I s:is Ci'.v platforms cover all that is teed 1 ed in the inforeeinent of onr traditional I principles of goveninient aeil ail that is :m ;aiiiH!it? in uie line fi re,eri!.. ano -lumld satisfy tht reaiiiahle ex-- eeia rions of all reformers and lever- "f 'l.eir eounti : that the pure and exalted h;u- acter. the mnrkpd f.liiliiy nd higli pa triotism of William Jennines r.ryan, til! tvery requirement of leadership, and that patriotic duty demands the pm p-ct union into one political organization of all tho parties now enlisted under -his leadership. National Platform We pmlnr" tlie platform of the National Tiemocrat ic party, adopted at Kat.sas City, and pledge onr support to all its declarations, and particularly those relating to the -el-. e. and monetary question, and also pi.p rialism and the trust, the natural IV sprinsr "f the plutocratic polie of the Kepull;can partv. which has ine'-o-)std in boldness and ii'tetii1v since tlie de- nometizMtion of si'ver in 1S7S, until now, in l!!fK). it has practical ly suiistitnied for support and advancement of the inter est of the State University and of our public school system, and we declare our opposition to the reduction of the rate of interest on land contracts made with the State, as a move which would lessen the income and efficiency of our educational institutions, recommending to the Silver Party County Conventions that they pledge their nominees to the 'Legislature to maintain the present rate of interest. Lottery We believe that the estab lishment of a lottery in this State would le an assault upon the moral integrity oi-our people, and would result in fi nancial depredation and politic! cor- j ruption. and we therefore say, in the : language of the Constitution of the State of Nevada. "No lottery shall be ' authorized by this State, nor shall the sale of lottery tickets be allowed." and wc recommend to the various Silver Party County Conventions that they , pledge their legislative nominees to on- j pose any amendment to the ConstHu- 1 tion proposing the authorization of a lottery. t Tax System We submit that the tax rolls of the tnte of Nevada indicate a valuation of nropcrty witlnn its bor- , ders of lees than twenty-four mil1 ion dollars, with an average tax rate of four dollars on the hundred, of which the State's proportion is one do'lar: that with a proper valuation placed up- j the leclaration of Independence tiie methods of imperialism in the Adminis tration f our national govern ment. Silver Question We bold that t!i Sil ver question is still one of the important issues of this campaign, ami th-t it will never i.e permanently settled until mir mints are opened to the free and nnlimit Our Member in Congress We recom mend in our representative in Congress, Hon. Vraneis C Newlands, an honest and capable legislator, who hus been faithful to his trust and devoted to the best interests of tnc people of Nevada. We resent tlie insinuation in the Repub lican whit form, that he is not a bona- Id menibt r of imr commonwealth, ami we declare that his residence of twelve years in t Ids state, bis iiome in Washoe eon n' . his identification with the various inte--esisof Nevada, his active identification v.iih the .silver question both before and alter lie entered Congress, his long and honorable servicn in Congress, during which he has been advanced from one inipnitant committee to another until now I e is a member of the leading and governing committee of the House, the i ways and means; and his record as evi denced by his votes in Congress, eom leen i him to the favoiable consideration f the voters of Nevada at the ensuing l"i:tiin. ' Tho Railroad and Home Rule The ; Central Pacific Railroad debt having ; !en funded, and the control of that rail road having become vested in the South ern Pa.-ille, we recognize the fact that for many years transportation in the Stale will be in the control of the Southern Pacific system. Whilst we favored na tional legislation by which the Central Pacific would have been held as an inde pendent line according to its original purpose, we realize that recent events have rendered this hope impossible, and At the Hoar ! of Kxa.niners held June 7th, lsiei I the following resolution was adopted: I Resolvkh. That the Hoard ot Exam j iners shall meet on tlie third day of every j month, for tiie purpose of allowing ; chums against tiie State, and all claims not in the otiiee of tiie Secretary of State on or h( fore the third day in each month shall not be considered or allowed by the hoard until the next meeting which will he on the third Tuesday of each month Rkixhold Sadler ErENE Howell W. I). Jones. Board of Examiners. Attest: OCCIPSNTAL Montgomery St., From Bush to Sutter, : : , : San Francisco, Califoml AMERICAS AND EUROPE AX PL AX AMERICAN PLAN ?2:50 per Pay and Upward, According to Room and Location EUROPEAN PLAN-31 per Day and Upward. Suits of Rooms $2:50 per Day and Upward. LscaJA First-Class Restaurant on the Office Floor Prices Reas-enable- Street Cars Pass the Door to All Parts of City. ajrp'a, Telephone anl Me-iseujer Sarvice. Sp3oi-il Rates t Clubs atiiStnan Parties who want a run and a few days stay down by Tidewater. We waut te do business with Nevada people and your Silver Dollars are as good as Gold. Wm O, Hooper, Lessee David A. Smaill Arthur Morris. Clerk. Carson City, Nevada. June 7, 1898. ed coinage of gold and silver at the ratio i tnat the development of this Slate will of sixteen to one, regard loss of the eon sent of other nations. We eongratnla'e the supporters of Bryan and Stevenson Nevada that they are not subjected to the h imiiiating neessity of abrogating or modifying any plank in their nation platform for the accommodation ot their congressional nominee. The platform as adopted at. Kansas t'itv, is broad enough for our National and State candidates, and coioains not a "ord the elimination of whi h would a dan iota of strength to the hx-al nominees. Trnsl We oppose the trusts and c mainly depend upon liberal policy and i wise management of the Southern Pacific ; system. We invite the cooperation of ; the management of the Southern Pacific in the building up of the commonwealth, ! the development of its resources, the in er' as of its population and in the eco nomic advancement and beneficial gov ernmet of th State. We suggest tho ap pointment of a general manager or agent in this Slate, trained in the science of railroading, and whose residence here ! will bring him m touch with the public i spirited citizens of tte common wealth, a ith its varied indns'ries and enterprises Notice Carson City, Oct. 2, 1900. It is hereby ordered that the doers of the State Capitol shall be locked every evening at 8 o'clock, and that no one ex cept State Officers and attorneys to be admitted after that hour. K kin hold Sadler, EroKNK Howell, W. I). Jonks, State Board of Exrminers. Attest: A. W. Momtis, Clerk. Practical and Scien tific Horsehoeing- I am: located at 6ATT0NS SHOP Tlie Stone Met. 0. T. SCHULZ PROPRIETOR Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Porfcand Yeal. Game r Fish in Season. ORMSBY HOUSE European Plan This Centrally Located Hotel has re cently been thoroughly renovated and is run in strictly first class order. OPEN TILL i2 P, M, Board Can be Had by the Day, Week or Month, HOW IS UUR WIFE? Has she lost her beauty? If m, Contfpatioa. Indigestion. Sick Headache are tue prfnctp caurea. Karl's Clover Root Tea baa cured that ilk for half a century. Price 25 ct. and 60 eta, Home refunded ir results ire noi sausiacorr. For sale at Nevada Drugstore. binations which control the products of and with the ueeiis and requirements of industi -and levy tribute upon the ,eo- : tin, people, as well as in sympathy with pie, and we- denounce the Kepubhean the measures tending to good jjovetn nartv "1'ich creates and fosters them. ment. We especial lv denounce lb seliem nf the Rep lbliean Adminis'ra ion to,-...!r onstitutional Convention The people the "ren'pst of nil mononlie-. in d. th- , "'I Nevada have tw iee voted in favor of 'ting to ho national banks th ex. h sh e ; '-ailing a Constitutional Convention, and right to make and issue the pi pie's 'eh time their will was thwarted by monei. subsequent technicalities, which have ' defeated the purpose sought. We be- On-- T ag We condemn 'be cw.i'dlv liewe that our present Constitution is inl and inconsistent course of Hie li- pnbli- titled fur the present conditions of tlie can Administration, which nla'.is oltr 1 Siaie, and an obstruction to anv general flagoi t fHHlom, defiantly in the !.. of ! svstem of economic, reform nd that, it those -cuggling for liberty in the 1'hil-i should be so changed as to meet the re-' , , , ipines, vet hauls it down from where it t quiremeuts of tbe times. We therefore! r or Sale by nas ix n .raniy ana rigniuuv i-eon lor a pledge our Legislative nominees to vote third of a century, in the Porcupine Min- ; mr the calling oi such couventiou. ing District of Alaska. 4 ERUITA PILLS Restore Vitality. Lost Vigor aid Maahoai. Cure Impotency , Night Emission and wasting- diseases, all effects Of aelf- ' a X 3 abuse, or excess ana uwr ration a nerve tonic mm! 9Rfiinnd builder. Brings the pink glow to pale cneeks ana restores the fire of youth tev mail 50c per box, boxes for &J0: with a written guaran tee to core or refund the money Send for circular. Address, NERVITA MEDICAL 'jd. Clinton Jackson sts.. cm7 F. J. STEINMETZ, Drugrr. Carson City, Moraaa. FOR ' An excellent meal or an up-to-date beverage no bet ter place can be found than Anderson's Weiland's Saloon and Lunch Counter Oysters in Every Stvle and Hot Tomales Open Day and Night PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY D. KAISER, PROPRIETOR SHAWS Hot Springs. I now announce to the public that I have succeeded to the ownership of these Celebrated Springs. They are regarded as the greatest sanatarium of the State. Invalids suffering from whatever ailment will find relief at this resort. Natural Hot Baths. Board and Lodging by the day or week. ANTON E BENENATO, - Proprietor To Chicago in 3 Days From San Francisco at 10 a. m. CHICAGO UNION PACIFIC AND NORTHWESTERN LINE. Use Yori's Cream Cheese It is a Homo Production and equals th Best Imported from Other States. FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS. 0 Address all erdsra t L ,'ORI, Gardaerrille, Cal. Buffet, Stuokiug and Library Cars, with naroer. uouble Drawing-room Sleep ing Caan. Dining Cars meals a la carte. Daily tourist car serrice and i.rWn. ally conducted excursions every week iromaan rrancisco at 6 p.m. The best of everything. R. R. RITCHIE, General Agent for Pacific Coast No. 617Market Street., Palace Hotel, Saa Fraacisco.Cal.or Agent S. P. Ca.