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4TPrnT... ..OCTOBSR t, MM LOCAL IHTEULICCNCE. DS.HOCBATIC OODKTT COVBNTIOH The Weeblwea-F' WeU Oiled ul AU Bj.BBlauatlssw VMto krAMluutki, The Democratic County Convention of Lincoln Conoty tu bald is tha Court Hoaaa on Monday morning. Tha Convention wu called to order by S. D. Smith, a member of the County Centre! Committee, who ttated the oh jeet of the Convention. W. H. Hendereon wee chosen Tempor ary Chairman, end upon hie taking the Chair he made anme appropriate remarlu. 8. D Smith waa eelected aa Temporary Secretary, The Chairman appointed the following named peraone aa a Committee on Per manent Organisation and Order of Buai Dew: W. C. Gillian, A. S. Tbompeon, A. Veitoh, Pan Bioe, and Joe Conaway. Committee on Credeotiale Jot. Wade-worth- 8. LyUIa,- Philip Mathawt, J. 0. Oelabert and Joe C'6ok. Committee on Platform and Risolu-liooe-J. C. Kelly, W. C. Glieaan, E. H. I'ieraon, William Culverwell and 8. Lee. The Convention then adjourned till half-put 1 oelnok. - - ' On the reaasembting of the Convention at the anted hour, deity wee occasioned owing to the Chairman of the Committee on Credentials having got loat, and he had the report in hie pocket. Upon the recommendation of the Conv rnittat of Permanent Organization end Order of Business, the temporary omceri were made the permanent offioera of the Convention, and T. W. Brown Sergeant- at-Armo. - . The platform waa an extra long one, containing planks that reached into the center of Europe. The &e. ob the list for nominations was the position for Sheriff. E. D. Tur ner being the only nominee for the office, they slid him through by acclamation, John Roeder was also put through the same process for the Aeaeesorehip, There being no conteat for any of the positions all nominees were nominated by acclamation, and the following composes the County Democratic ticket selected by the Convention) Sheriff E D. Turner. ' Aeeeseor John Roeder. Treasurer A. Veitoh. Recorder Jehn Shier. Dietriot Atlorn.y-C. -H. Tetor.en. Clerk-J. C. Kelly. . ' ' Superintendent o( Schools George 8. Sawyer. ' ' 1 Long Tern Commissioner Luke Syphue of Faneoa. Short Term Commleiionere Wm. CaU verwell and L. Wertheimer. Public Adminiitrator J. 0. Oelabert, Aasemblymen Henry Riot and A. 0, Yoaoham. . , i , . - , The following named persons were ap pointed as the Democratic County Cen tral Committee lor the next two yean A. 8. Tbompeon, K, 1). Turner, J. Shier, S. D. Smith, R. H. Elam, W. a Qlitttn, 3. Wedawortb, Philip Mathewa, F. C. Godot, Henry Sharp, Chat. Lyttle, 0. R, Uartoo. . -.. .- . -Tht Convention adjourned. The newly appointed County Central Committee organised. R, H. Elam was elected Chairman! A. 8. Tbompeon, Treasurer) Alex. Veitoh, Secretary, Thit thing of throating grettnett upon a person is not fntly appreciated by tome as it ehould be. The Republican Con. ventiou oould have done much better than to have) placed the nama of tha edi tor of thia paper on their ticket for one of the abort term Commissioners. Thia was aimply a rata resorted to by tht Cenven tion for tht purpose of oapturing the Mormon vote or the county ticket. On Monday tut Democrat! aurpriied theatstlvts, and after tht convention was over they were taking every person if they tvtr witnessed inch harmony before In a convention. Tht only stormy mo. ment, wu when the Weather Clerk ihed a few tears. ' The tobool-houie down on tht Muddy, so wt art informed by J. R. Mogarrigle, was waabed away, by flood, and that one of tht school truittet eeoured the door and windows for hie own boose. The blind epidemio among tht oattlt is gradually creeping down tht Waah, It hat extended at far aa Jakt Col born and it now among hit hard. Kiernan thinks that hit rangt may tacapt. " Tha political circueel attracted a aunt' berof onteidert to town. They were unanimous in pronouncing tht sliowa taint affairs. ' Lawwa Atchiaoa it extracting Very gwou ore one oi ins Duiiiouvmp uihvi Taw turnings art aow very told, ' BEPUBLXCAlf COUNTY COXVfCN- now. Work Btapldljr Dene, aa All B.enlaasa Happy- " Om. Pursuant to the sail of the Republican County Central Committee, the Delegates to tne uepuolican County Convention as sembled at the Court-house on Wednes day morning. ... Joseph Eieenmsn, Chairman of the County Central Committee, called the meeting to order, making a few remarke aa to why the delegates had met then. R. 8. Clapp waa elected Temporary Chairman, and on arriving at the Chair, ha fattd tht delegatee wearing one of those winsome smiles, and made a brief talk. T. J. Osborne wu chosen Tem porary Secretary. Frank White wu Bar- gesnt-at-Arms. The Committees on Permanent Organ isation and Order of Busman, Platform and Resolutions, and Credentials were appointed. The Convention' then took a until 1 o'clock. At 1 o'clock the Temporary Chairman ceiled tht Convention to order. Tht repport of the Committee on Cred. entitle wu read and adopted, The Committee to Platform and Reso lution! presented a platform and rssolu, tioui twic! u long u the Democrat! did. and tha reading of it nearly exhausted the Secretary, beaidea consuming much valuable time of the Convention. The platform wu adopted. The Committee on Permanent Organis ation and Order of Buaineaa recommended that tht temporary officers all be made permanent offlcece of the Convention. The Chair and Secretary made a abort ipecchet. Tht first nomination in order of buai neaa wu that of Sheriff, and the name of James Hulae of Bullionville wu pre sented, and he wu nominated to bead the county ticket, C. P. Ronncw, being the only os&di, data for Aeeeaaor, be wu nominated by acclamation. All nominees were made by acclama tion, with tht exoeption of the Aseem blymen. Following it tht county ticket nominated by the Convention! Sheriff Jamea Hulae. Asseisor C. t. Ronnow. Recorder H. F. Gear. Clerk-H. K. Frtsdesthal. Treunrw C. f, Meyer. Diatrict Attorney T. J. Oaborns. 8upt of Public Schools J. H. Reeoe. Long Term Commissioner' RobU Hue- Short , Term Commltaioners A. D. Miller end H. W. Turner. Aesetsbiymea R. 8. Clapp and G. H. Fith. A, W. Geer warplaoed ia noenineUoB for tht Assembly. , He received fear voteo. Tht Chair appointed all members of present County Central Committee u Committee to eerve for the ensuing two Mr. Mtgarriglt than presented to the Convention a petition with regard to tht optning of tht Moapa reservation for set tlement. . . . a. i. ,. .-. The Convention than adjourned. Tht Piocht delegates than mat and elected tht following Township ticket Justice of tht Pesos, A. A. Young; Con. stable, C. Roedeni School Trustees, D. C. Cltrk and Geo. Neebitt. Mr. J. Ponjadt cent from Reno two new mapi of the State af Nevada one for each of tht schools that furniahee vut fund of valuable information regard ing tht topography of the State. J. W, Parker, chief draughtsman in tht United Statea Surveyor General's office at Reno, oompiled tht mtp, which it a condensa tion of all tht information on file in that office, at well u the oalebrated War De partment maps oompiled. by Lieutenant Wheeler. 'The Journal aaye it hat ben oompiled with gnat cart to inture oor reotneaa. It is drawn to a scale of twelve milee to an inch, and ibowi all eurveyed township! up to the data of issue also all mountain rangee, valleye, man, oraeke, itraamt and lakes, military and Indian reservation!, and railroad! and wagon roads,,. Tht county boundsriee are da. nlcted with 'absolute oorrcotneei, which it toratthing no other map hu aver ap proximated to. When the Secretary of the Republican County Convention wu reading tha pits form and resolutions, the delegatee all won the appttranot u though they had in mind the remark that ancient Gov. ernor of North Carolina made to tht Governor of South Carolina. Unofe' Abe Ricktrd wu brought from Briitol on Tuesday, and ia at tht residence of Wm. Bell, who is nursing the old man during hie illness. J. Ponjadt ntumed on Thunday even. logs tbb dobsstio doctor. A bag of hot sand relieves neuralgia. Turpentine applied to a out ie prevent ative of jock-Jaw, Lime juios sod milk ia one of tht beet remediee for dytpepeia or indigestion. A good gargle for sore throat ia made vinegar and a little red pepper mixed with water. There ia nothing better for burnt and ootids than the white of an egg. - It it toothing and aarily applied. Eating a handful of ground sorrel or 'sour gross," followed by t drink-of water, it said to be btrmleee, euy and certain curt for diarrhoea,- Repeat the doss if ntoeetary. A remedy for bad borne ie sifted torn. meal, mode quite moist with good vinegar laid on a cloth and applied to the burn and moistened often with vinegar. lewly applied. A pbyeician oayo that if arnica, with which bruised limbs are bathed, ia heated, ita good effecte are preoeptible muoh than if applied while cold. A quick curt for burnt it to apply a layer of oommon ult and aaturate with laudanum. Hold it in place an hour or to by a timplt bandage. The smarting unaetion disappeared rapidly, and the bum gets well. A lady who bu thoroughly tested tho following recipe, uys it is an infallible remedy for rammer complaint! of all .inde, u well as cholera infantum, chol- era, etc. Peppermint, paracric, cam' pbor and nitre in equal parts'. It affords almost instant relief in the worst cases. Elkhart Review. For bruises over the ahm-bone or other bony places, when tht ekin it broken, ttkt a lining membrane of a raw egg. Break the egg carefully and peal off the membrane in u large stripe u posaiblc. Apply to the wound, letting the side that wu next to tht ahell come next to the wound. . Or paint over the wound with collodion, a preparation of gun-cotton and either, which can be obtained at any apothecary. There are two kinds, the flexible and contractile. . Tho flexible it tha but, u tht other causes pain by the forcible contraction of tho tissues. The collodions forms an artificial akin over tht wound, txoludet tht air, and tht bruise heala rapidly beneath it. - Rattlesnake Jim of Wooeter, 0., uya that the only reliable core for the bite of a rattlesnake it turpentine. He uya that a bottle of turpentine held over the bit ten spot, the uncorked mouth down, will draw out the poieon, which can be teen as is eaters ta turpentine in a tort blue flaint. Although he hu nover beau bitten, he hu tried thia curt on hie doge, alwaya with suoocss. Chicago Tribune. Thia may be a first rate dog remedy, but when it oomu to a masculine human, inward application of a quart of corn juioa it much preferable to the outward application to a phial of turpentine. On Tuesday, tht Republican County Convention held in Taylor, we learn from J. Poujade, nominated the follow ing county ticket! Aeeemblymen, W. G. Lyone and A. J. Spencer: Sheriff, Ross Humphreys; Clerk, W. C. Lawrenson tenor, R. MoPetert) Treasurer, J. H. Loekwood; Diet. Attorney, F. X. Mur phy; Recorder, A. D. Comptoni Supt. Schools! H. 8. Herriok, Long Term Com mieaioner, Alex. Muiri Short Term Cam- mieaioner, W. C. Gallagher. All Esaon CoaaacTiD. One of Gacttte't contemporaries in itt report made it appear that tht Hon. J. Poujade of Linooln oounty, Hconded the nomina tion of Hon. A. 0. Cleveland for Gov, ernor, whioh ie a mistake. Tha nomi nation waa teoonded by A. E. Cheney, of Eureka. Mr. Poujade, u chairman of hit dtlegttion, cut four votes eolid for C. C. Sttvtneon for Governor. Reno Guette. Tht Democrat Column, with the ban ner at it! head, preeente itself for public intptction, and it eager for the fray next month. Tht oounty ticket it a very good one and ita prospects are bright Tha Republican State ticket mutt admitted to be extra strong. Stevenson, if elected Governor, it a man who will be looked upon with napeot by tha public. "It it as harmleaa u it is effective," it what it uid of Red Star Cough Cure by Dr. 8. K. Cox, D. D., Analytioal Chem at, Washington, D. C. Price, 25 centa. H. F. Bartine, tha popular and elo quent orator, will addreu the people in Piooht on tht 22d, and Panaca on the 23d intt. - . . . George A. Raber, who wu on trial in the Diatrict Court at Beaver, on a charge of grand larceny, hu been ac quitted. . J. H. McMillian, Demoontio nominee for Congress, it booked to apeak in Pioche oa October 19th. ' NEW TO-DAY. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET lot OoTerncr, JEWETT W.ADAMS Of Btotiy. , For Lieutenant Governor, ; .Thomas eT. Bell, 01 Bye. " rorOonsTMt, J. H. McMillan. of Hvmboklt. Vor Jiuliot) cf the Bnpicms Oontt, O. H. Belknap, of Onuby. Tot Btito TrMiurer, Jerry Schooling, of ' rerBteretsrrof alete, John T. Brady, or iters;, ret mote OmtroUe", R. Sadler, For attorney Oeaeral, J. F. Boiler, ' rr iurveyor Oeaeral. S. H. Day, (. , tfOrmabr. tat Olerk of the Inpreme Court, John McKornan, of White riu. tat Bute PrlsUr, Henry Duffy, ' of Btoray. For Snrermtendent of PubuS Instruction, A.E. Xaye, : For Dietriot Jmdfea, I. Fitigerald, H. T. Creuwell, of Lender. H. Bivea, Regular Democratic rcoanty Mel ( For aasemblrmSB. HtmTBIOI, S.Q. YOXOHAK. For SkeruT I. . TOBIIW. For OonnU Clnt .1. 0. IIIXT. For Oenntr Beeerder iOMN Win, ForOonotv Treaeersr .....a. VI For District auoraer 10. a. FaToaw. Fer OonalT Aaaeracr ....iOHK BOKO SB. Foe Public aamuilatrator. . . O. OBLiBKaT. IWBupt.PublloBoneoU O. 8. BAWTBB. - For Coontr Oemmleeloaeri LonxTem ...I 8TPHTT3. Boon Tern Ii. WEBTHFIHEB. Inert Term .WM. CULVKRWeTLL. FloeneTownablp. For JnsUoe of tne Feeoe For ConettMe - a. B. HTOaitl. . Beaool Tnieteee In a population o( 1,200,000 in Berlin, 150,000 people live on obaritj. 1 Divorcee art equal te 15 per oent ol tht narriaget, and laboring men openly lever polygamy, or eommunity ot wivei. 1 There ia nothing awoeter than kiasea, excepting when you look ia through the window and tea the other fellow getting them. 1 The ityle ot American voaael that the English can down tht easiest, eaye tho rUhdelphia Newt, ia Wlawner of near. Grand Clearance Sale! ! On Account of THE ENTIRE STOCK RSCUIDZJZCS FOR 00 DAYS OJVXF! . Before moving, wo intend to Close Out the Entire Stock, below Manufacturers' Price, to save expense of packing and freight. Everything Must be Sold .:' ' " NO REASONABLE OOAXEI JDJaV.3R.X-V REMEMBER FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY. STOKE FIXTURES FOB SALE." ' "' :., .-. 1. HYMAN, PRQ MISOELLAHEO0S. J e He K.EECE, SUCCESSOR TO G. R. ALEXANDER, DBUaeilT AND APOTBBOaHT XIaTB aONBTARTLT U OX HAND A LABQI LOT OF Pure Drugs, Medicines, . Chemicals, Perfunery, Soaps, ...aUIB.... - .Lll Tollt JBkirtlolM ...tim.o. LOWEST POSSIBLE PE10EB. DR. J.VB. REECE,. Physician ani Snrpaa, Orrna--At Dnu Itm. sin Asa JtktM HaWM. riotUM, mnat, PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Umlm Utraet, FUct Louis Kleiae, Proprietor, tb FrBaisBaa a bqfzsiob xbticl i OF Lager-, Beer la atuuatttlee te taut, at tke Lew., AdJelalailOauaaps wppiie : HOOT NOTICBt. J. E1SBNMANN1 (10., UUX ....BTBBM, PIOCaB..... NEVADA IMPORTERS AND SXUaXiXTiJte IN IRON, STBEIa, MILL and MINING SUPPLIES, HOSE, BKLTINO, PACKING, NAVAI, TOREH, AaUNPB an FITTNOB), ' babowooo a wasom bateriai, AMI, OOOBfi BLINDS, PAINTS aa OW.fl, Agricultural implement TOVBS, CBOCBBJBT 1-Aa. WABB, awal BOOBB Jl'HN. aiMs aooDft. " llanufaetarera of ooDDer.TUl en! lueot-lfon Wore. Flanihe HtsOQCiBTaM FOB ooax.on.aiam sua Duooat Blsstial Fowaer sal Oalt, lornia snae. - wb eiip rusT-oxasri OOOBS OSLII V Buy for Ouh ud Sell for Oath, ONB PBICB TO AIJ.I1 $66 a mk ml hOBto. U .00 oatlt Fa;absolutelF sure. Bo Mat. Oapk ltalnotretulred. Sealer, Urea want hminrt.. .t which nenoBB of eltber aecyounsorold, eon make great Boy ell the tbae tker wort, with aoaolnfe eerlalntr, wrll. fersartleelara to B.HSlLBTI Co., Fort- I.Mtiae. Oet twair Jeb werk AesM at the Removal 1 ; MUSI BE -SOLD! OF COST II OFFER REFUSED. KTU MISOELLAltEOtrB. J.HESBITTSwBEOe, MAIM sITBstBT, Ptoohe, Nevada. WBOLMILI III) UTAH, - ' SIALSMIH ' ' Groceries. Provisions General Merck: natskar . hHBltl latPOSTaM a-: ,1 'Wlsa.eaaw. . Xslcvaorat, ' ... ';V.'H. Olcet-xraa mxi.& , Votoasvoeseaetta.. !! ; Doots it, Shoes In Sreet Tartar ana of las Best Qtallt? la tbe noraet. - ' A Urtt Meek at : - Mh's, Bora i Youth - Hm. : I.;;. . -ii .y. " '." :" - Wt with at Os)l Atteatum te ear DRY GOODS and ' ' '" . CLOTHING DeDtueeeM.walek erenow Bllel ' With New aooda. ' Bnvers will do well lo call end exaathie our geeda before pure ba. las eleewaerei V7e will eell aa lew ae (Be lowest. SherilTa Sal. Br TIBTCB OF IK ZIXOrjTIOB IBStTBD eat of the Diatrict Court, In tad for the Co&ntyof Lincoln. Slate of Vevsea, end to ate alrecteo end delivered, fer t Indaawnt reaaerM la eeld Court, en the thlrlwatk day of Auiuot. A. D. 1H1, la favor ef Barney Becawl enet eealaat Beary Bayanond, John Cattle, W. B. Henderson, W. ht. Wilaon, Fsltaera, dolat tnet. aeae HBayaioBd at Co., f the awn ef ell ban ana eiMI MlUn. Hi av-iui uu, ,b. nn. atetaer with . eight j.thre (Wsi dcllaia, tea oo.ti, and all accrulnif cou and lBtrrMt, 1 hav. ' levied oa the followlm property, te wit: . That piece or parcel of land ettneted In Fab raasxat Talley.Uneeln Ooaaty, Mfrada, coat nionb known aa the Kprajma at alarlhtiaBb , and deeerlhid aafollowa, to wit: Tho Wtet H of tha Noetheset li of Section a, and tbe West MoT the Boatneeat x oi Becnon e, towdbbib t , Booth Banga, tl Fast. K. D. af., centalnlst UO Botloela hereby alvea that oa ' H.adar, tb Thlsteeaith day ef atepteaakwr. A.D. 1M, at 11 o'clock a. ef ttl day, I will tall all the right, title end laterest ef asm John Castle la and 10 the above deerlbed property, at the front door of the Court House in Fleche. 1 lncola County, Bevada, el pnblie auetloa for ceeh la bend to the highest end best biddu, Ie eattefyaald exeeutloaand eileceta, . laau OiU.XVBnB,BHnB., POWTPONBMBNT. : V Wh. am ul. of RmI tmlkta has been rsjet- poned sntll October 6, IBM, at the above men tioned hear end viae.. , , . . ., T..laoajni,aHyivTa-iBii,uB. I.D.TOBJiEB.BllBrlf. By I. O.lumi.DeBlitr. Notice to Co-owner. To JOBXTH OOOX, owner of .Ba-ha!f Inter- eet la tho HOOHUOUT atae, ellnele la Highland Mining District, Lincoln Ooaaty. BUte of Hevodcyov are hereby notified that mare IB now anei uvea jvu, iu. w vf. H Bed red (tut) TMUaxt for yew interval lathe, above asaied taut.,' for BasessaMat weva-Aeae oa ao!d atlae for tbe yaers lent and UM, which yon ere hereby aettned to pay Immediately, to gether with the ooote ef tale sdvertUcaseat, otberwlte I ehell euuxeforfetttreof your la tenet. In eonferatity of the aetaet OeagTeaa (Beetles B) approved Bay 10th, irXB. all per. snBOieeaatloaea attunes parchaiteg tbe eeM latereHfronilbe eeld Joseph Cook, oa he oea act coder exlatlag elrconuteacea atake a legal transfer. PUKh..Jnn.H.ltee, A PRIZE, ' ' BMd its Bti tm foitof nd rfoctve tw, eertJy bw of goodi which will blp yott u mat. mofecr tiokt mm thtia urtslM Im in tfeit world. aJ7o1 ltkirmt. raccMd from trtt h.nf Tha mt4 rc4 rortoco (mil btfon tk Mtar. Ulattl