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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1888, Reno, Nevada                                'i SUBSCRIBE THE 1, AND STOCKMAN. VOL. XXV. Brno for Bio Ben I to. Am willing to trade Rio Boulto lands in Suite county, California, for two or three town lots, or for a house and lot In Reno. It is believed that Rio Bonito property will increase In value 100 per oentwithin two years. There are no richer lands in the world than toe Feather river bottom lands, good for lemons, peaches, apricotsand other fruits without imitation. This Is an excellent opportunity for specu- lation. or to get a home in one ot tbe beet spots in California. Will be in Reno for a few days, and will be pleased to meet all those who wish lo avail themselves oi this opportunity. mv24tf __ C. S.Yopse. Give Thwna a Chancel That Is tosay, your lungs. Aluoallyimr breathing machinery. Very wonderful machinery It is. Not only the larger air- passages. but the thousands ofllttle tubbs and cavities leading from them. When these are clogged and choked with matter which ought not be there your lungs cannot hall do their work. And what they do, they cannot do well. Call It cold, cough, oronp, pjieumonm, catarrh, consumption or any ofthe family of throat ana nose and aead and lung ob- all are bad. All ought to be got rid ot There Is lust one sure way tt> let rid of them. That is to take Bosehee's German Syrup, which any druggist will sell yon at 75 cents a bottle. Even if every- thing else has failed us, yon may depend upon. _ __ eow Core (or Piles. Flies are known by moisture ff like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable molsiure after getting This form, as well as Blind, Bleediuz and p-otrudlng Pi' yle'd atonce to the ap- plication ol 1 r Bosanko's file Remedy, whicn acts ducctly upon the affected, absorbing the tumors allaying the in- tense Itching, and effecting a permanent cure. 50 cents. Address The Bosanko Medical Co., Piqua, o. Sold by 8. J. Hodgklnson A Co., Keno, Nev. ly Dr. Bo-Han- Ko In his new discovery for Consumption succeeded in producing a midlclne which Is acknowledged by all to be simply mar- velous. It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, perfectly harmless and does not sicken. In all cases of Consumption. Coaghs, Colds, Wnooplng Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, aid Pains in the it has given universal sutisfsctiot Dr. Boson- Cough and Lung Syrup Is sold atSC cents by S. J. Hodukinsou A Co., Reno, Bueklen'a Arnica Halve. The best salve in the world for cute bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re- quired. It is guaranteed to Rive per- fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Uodgkinson   been diiiwlved. Mr. H. Werner will hereafter conduct the business, pay all bills and receive all monej j Jne the tate firm. H. WERNFR, LISLE JAMISON. Keno, August 20, 1888. auao 4 Dmoletkm of Copartnership. THK COPAKTSEBSHIP HERETOFORE existing jetween the undersigned, un acr the nrni name of WALLACE PEriKi has this day been dissolved J. N. Wallace w.ll hereafter conduct the business, pay an bills and receive all monevs cluethelate firm. J. N. WALLACB. L V. PBBKS. Beno, Aagtut aau The Manner in Which This Wonderful Gum I. Produced. The average North American supposes that rubber la obtained like pitch, and comes from the exuded Rum of the tree, but the process is altogether different, re- sembling our method of making maple sugar. When the sap begins to rise from the to the branches of the tree, expedi- tions of thirty or forty men are organized, who are furnished by the exporting mer- chants with an outfit of buckets, axes, pans and provisions, and start into the woods. The uleros, as the rubbermen are called, from the termule, which is the native name for the tree, are always paid a small sum in advance, ostensibly for the support of their families daring their absence, but which is always exhausted in debauchery before they start. When they reach the forest of the nle- trees they build a shanty of palms and brush, if there is cot one already stand- ing, on the bank of some stream, as a great deal of water is required for tlie manufacture of tbe gum. Then they dis- tribute their large cans and buckets through the forest at convenient inter- vals, and proceed to business. When the ulero selects bis tree, he clears the trunk of vines and creepers and climbs it to the branches. Then he de- scends, cattlngdiagonal channelsthrough the bark with a single blow of his hatchet or knife, left and right, nil meeting at the angle. At the bottom of the lowest cut an iron trough about six inches long and fonr inches wide is driven into the tree, which catches the milk as it flows from the wound, and conducts it into a bucket on the ground below. Tbis is done with great speed and skill by an expert, and necessarily so to prevent -waste, as the cap springs out instantly, and by the time the spout is driven into the tree is flowing at the rate of four gallons an hour. A large tree will produce twenty of sap, and will run d ry in a single day. The ulero having tapped a dozen or eighteen trees has all the -work he can attend to emptying the buckets into ten-gallon cans that are provided for the purpose. In the evening the cans are carried to the camp, and the sap strained through sieves into barrels. In Brazil it Is boiled, but in Nicaragua the have a peculiar system of reducing it. There is a plant or vine called the achuna, the sap of which when mixed with that of the rubber tree has the sin- gular property of coagulating it in a few minutes. By whom, or how, or where, this process was discovered no one can tell. Undoubtedly it was an accident, for the vine hangs from all the trees in the ule forest, and probably a cutting dropped Into a bucket of sap some time or another, and produced the result for which it ia now used. Having their barrels full, nleroa cut short pieces of this vine, soak it in water, and small bunches are thrown into pans upon which the sap is poured. In the morning the rubber has turned to gum, about two pounds to svery gallon ot At the top of the pan is a quantity of dark brown liquid, like a wenk solution of licorice. This is poured off, aud then the gum is rolled under heavy weights of wood into long, flat strips called tortil- las, which are hung over poles under the ihed to drip and dry. At first they are white like the vulcanized rubber, but with exposure they turn black and be- come hard after a few days. Then the tortillas are stacked up under cover until the end of the season, and shipped to Knowledge. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel 01 puritv, strength and wholesomenesB More economical than the ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in competition with the mul- titude oflowest, short or phos- phate powders. Sold only in cans. ROi AL BAKING POWDEK CO., 100 Wall street, New York. THE DINNER PAIL. Evolved Into Wonderfully Complete Comforting Article, The dinner pail of this day is better than that of ten years ago. It has gone through a regular evolution. First it was simply a plain kettle with a cover. You could put in meat and bread and pie and pickles, and whatever other the appetite craved; but theie wasn't any room for coffee unless you put It in a bottle. Then somebody devised a pail with two compartments, one pail fitting into an- other. In tbis way coffee might be car- ried in one of tbe parts. Then some other genius got up a pail with four or six separate parts, all fitting into each other and making it possible to carry four or six articles apart from each other. This was good, but it was discounted by tbe fellow-who got out a patent on a de- vice whereby the coffee could be heated at noontime wherever the workman might be. The device consists of a wad of asbes- tos cloth two inches in diameter and an inch thick. This is covered with tin, and there is an opening at tbe topexposingthe cloth. The whole thing is just like a round tin box packed with asbestos and open at the top. The workman can carry or have at his shop some alcohol, and a cent's worth poured on tbe asbestos will do to heat his coffee. A great many mechanics have tbis asbestos contrivance and like it. One other scheme has been patented. It consists of a tin pot, which may be filled at noontime with-water and lime. T.ie heat BO generated will warm anything placed over it, and as the compartment holding the coffee fits over tbe compart- ment inwbich the lime and water are, the coffee may be heated very quickly. What Were Made for. Papa had visitors and sent the 3-year old to bed. The child disapproved of this and had no hesitancy in showing it. When he went up stairs he left the parlor door open. Papa prides himself on his method of disciplining children, and called him down again. "I just want to show yon how I manage a he said, turning to hit. visitors. "There's nothing like going the right way about it to make a boy mind." Slowly and sulkily the boy came down. "What are doors made for, de- manded papa sternly. The child looked at him, at the visitors, at the door, and said: "Toopen, Call Very forgetful. Anatole (to De Jones, who has been try- ing to make himself understood in bill-of- fare ze gentlemen vill talk ce language vot oe was bora In, I Till very mooch better understood." Mr. De Jones (to ain't it, how soon these Frenchmen forget their own lingo when they get over -fuck. on Sc- MISCELLANEOUS. Tourists, Attention! SUMMER ARRANGEMENT Tie Me Taloe SI W. O. KEYSER, Proprietor, I EAVES CARSON CITY DAILY AT 9 j o'clock A. M., on arrival of trains irom Ueno, for olenbrook. connects with the local train to Virginia City at P. M., and the regular paseen ger lor Keuo at P. M. On this route is unequalled in.the Hlerra and the Tourist should not misa the op- portunity, so lavorably presented, tp view it. All orders left, or directed, In care ofthe Arlington and Ormsby hotels will receive punctual attention. TOWN OEDINANCE Mo. 28. An Ordinance Pertaining to Sew- erage In the Town of Keno. [Passed July LEGAL. Partition Notice. THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE _L State of Nevada in and for the county of the matter qf the estate of MYRON C. LAKE, reading and filing the petition of William Thompson, Mrs. Jane Lake, and Mrs. Jane Lake as guardian of Myron C. Lake, a minor, pray- ing for a partition of the estate, real and personal, of said deceased, heretofore as- sessed to said petitioners, William Thomp- son, and Mrs. Jane Lake and said Myroii C. Lake, minor. It is ordered that the hearing of said application be appointed for Matnrday, tbe August, 1888. at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the courtroom ot this court at the courthouse at Reno, in the county of Washoe, State of Nevada, and that notice thereof be given to each, of the parties named in the decree of distribution by per- sonal service thereof, and said parties or that service thereof be made personally on the guardian of any such parties if within said State, and that such service be made at least five days before the hearing of said petition, and that notice be given to such as cannot be personally served with notice, by publishing a copy of this order daily in the order of publication in the RENO EVENING GAZETTE, a newspaper published in Reno, in said county of Washoe, until said day ap- pointed for tbe hearing of said petition. Dated this nth day ol August, A. 1888. R. R. BIGELOW, District Judge. FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. l claenes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for fifty cents per week. Assessment Notice. OSBTJBN SH. R, Agents. Great English Remedy. Trade Mwl BY VIRTUE OF THE POWER AND AU- thority conferred by the laws of the State of Nevada, the Board of County Com- missioners do ordain as follows Sction i. It is hereby made the duty of all persons owning property fronting on streets andialleys witbin the corporate limits ofthe town of Reno, through which the sewer sys- tem of said town has been, or may herealter be compt and soil pipes o: id with be completed, to properly connect the waste if their respective premises iystem, so as to pi drain their said such connections shall iron or vitrified earthen with said" s'ewer system, so as to properly their said prem- efiectuall; ises, and al and be A, guaranteed cure for all nerve ous diseases, such as Weak memory. LOHX of B r a t n Power, Hysteria, Headache, Pain in the ISark, Nervous Prostration, Wakefulnens, rhira. I'nlverwnl LaMHltnde, MenU- nal Weakncm. Impotencv and genera) loss of power nf the generative Orgnns- in either sex, caused by Indiscretion or ovr exertion, and which ultimately lead to PremataieOld Ajte. Insanity and Conanmntion. 51 a box, or six boxes f. r Jo. Sent by mall on re- Trade Mark. ceipt of price. Full partlc- i u nlars In tree to every applicant, We Guarantee Six Boxes to cure any case. For order received, we send six a written guarantee to refund the money four Hpeciflo does not effect a cure. Address all coiumunlcaiions tolbe Sole Manufacturers. THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO., Kansas City, Mo. In Beno by Otborne ft Shoemaker. Agents. made ___ ___ pipe; and if any property-owner shall mil, refuse or ne......' connection with sa or neglect lo make proper id as herein provided, for a period of thirty days after DR. JORDAN'S MUSEUM 07 AHATOMT, 751 Market street. SAN FRANCISCO. O nnd leara how to avoid _ disease, and how won- lerfully you nre made. Pri vate oftce, 211 Geary street. Consultation on Lost Man' niid Diseases of Men. d for book. mylO-tf. G MABBIED LADIES, or those contem- plating marriage will, by sending IOC. to paylpostage, etc., receive by re- turn mail a package of goods and Infor- mation important to every lady. Je2m3 V. B. BRILL, New Haven, Ct the completion of said sewer system to or past his or her premises, the Board ot County Commissioners shall cai written notice to be served upon all such property-owners, or the party in possession of such premises, to minediately cause such connections to be made; and if the person or persons so no- tified fail, refuse or neglect to connect such premises with the sewer system, as herein provided, for a period of ten days after ser- vice of such notice, all vaults, sinks and cesspools upon such premises shall be deemed a public nuisance, and the Sheriff of Wasboe county shall have authority, and it is hereby made his duty, UDOU written order of the Commissioners, to summarily remove the same, and in so doing may employ such help as he may deem necessary; and any ex- pense incurred therein shall become a lien upon the premises affected thereby. After removing the nuisance, as herein directed, the Sheriff shall make au itemized statement of the expenses incurred by him in the per- formance of such duty, and deliver the same to the District Attorney, who shall imme- diately commence an action, in the name of the County Commissioners, agaiust the owner or owners of the premises for the col- lection of the same. Section i. When any sink, vault or cess- pool has been removed by order of the Com- missioners, as provided in Section i of this ordinance, the owner, or any person in pos- session of any such premises, who shall thereafter erect, maintain or suffer to exist upon such premises any vault, sink or cess- pool, shall be deemed guilty of maiutainiug a nuisance, and upon conviction thereof be- fore any Court of competent jurisdiction, shall be fined ii. any sura not less than nor more than or be imprisoned in the County Jail not to exceed 25 days, or by both such flue and imprisonment. T. K. HYMKRS, Chairman. Attest: T. V. JOI.IEN, Clerk. jya> See Sing Laundry, Virginia Street, Between First and Second. FOB MANY YEARS proprietor of the See Wan Laundry on Virginia street, has returned from China and has opened tbe above-named Laundry, and Is now prepaied to do washing fer families, hotels etc. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. OFFICE OJP THE RENO ELECTRIC Light Company, a cipal place of business, of works, Keno, is hereby given that at a meeting ofthe Trustees ofthe Reno Electric Light Company, held on the I3th day of August, I8S8, at the office of the company, an assessment (No. 3) of Fifteen Cents per share, was levied upon each and every share of the capital stock of said com- pany, payable immediately in United States gold coin. and any stock upon which said as- sessment shall remain unpaid on the Thirteenth Day of September, 1888, Shall be declared delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction on the 13th day of October, 1888, unless payment of said assess- ment be made on or before said last-nien- doned date, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Bqard of Trustees. PIERCE EVANS, Secretary. Reno, Nev., August 13.1388. aui4td For Rent. HOUSE FOR RENT ON VIRGINIA street, below Second. Inquire at the Atlantic Saloon._____________ ami iw" Notice. RENO, _ Nevada, conducted by the Sisters of St. uninic, will reopen MONDAY, September 3, 1888. For terms address auzo SISTER SUPERIOR. A Bargain. OHE HUNDRED DOLLARS WILL BCY a good horse, cart and harness com- plete, worth Apply to Will Ferguson, Chestnut street. au2otf Dom W Cottage Wanted. 1 ANTED TO RENT A SMALL COT- tage. Address Box 323 P. O., Reno. aui8 Wanted, A WOMAN TO JM> HOUSEWORK, ETC. Apply to W. J. Luke, comer SFerra and Fourth streets. aui6 iw Fnrnitnre for Sale. TTOTJSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, Jl lamps, hanging lamps, etc, for sale at Mrs. McNeely's residence on Third street, between West and Chestnut streets. Parties wishing to purchase will please call early. aul6 iw Dissolution Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the co-partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, John A, Fitzgerald retiring, and R. W. Parry assum- ing the sole management, and will pay all bills and collect all accounts dijp the late firm. August i, 1888. R. W. PARRY, J. A. FITZGERALD. aug6 im Notice to Creditors. NOTICE 18 GIVEN TO ALL THOSE Interested to present their claims the estate of PHILIP KEESE, de- ceased, with tbe necessary vouchers and proofs, to JUIJA REESE, administratrix of said estate, at the law offlee of W. Webster, at Reno. Nevada, within ten months from tbe first publication of this notice: and if the same are not presented for allowance and approval witbin ten months they will be barred. JUIJA EEKSE, Administratrix, jyll 4w Notice to Creditors. NOTICE IS GIVEN TO ALL THOSE Interested to present their against the estate of JOHN DALZIEL. deceased, with the necessary vouchers and proofs, to A. G. FLETCHER, executor of said estate, at his residence on Central, between Fifth and Sixth streets, Reno, Ne- vada, within ten months from the date of the Itrst publication of this notice Should the same not be presented for allowance and approval before the close of said term they will be barred. 4w A. G. FLETCHER, Executor. For Rent, A DWELLING HOUSE, HARD FIN- ished, good well, stone cellar and stable. Lot 56x210 feet, situated on Fifth street, op- posite George W. Mapes'. Inquire of D. Lachnian, No. 3 West street. au istf Money to Loan. [HAVE TO LOAN ON FIRST class security. JNO. S. GILSON, au 13 aw Real Estate Agent, Reno, Nev. Tie Makers Wanted. TIE MAKERS CAN FIND EMPLOY- meut by calling at the office of the N., C, O. R, R., Keno, Nevada. E. M. ANDERSON. F Railroad Ticket for Sale. OB SAJ-E CHEAP, A TICKET TO Ogdeu or Omaha. Inquire of E. Meyer, auis iw and for Sale. PARTIES IN WANT OF INSTRUMENTS, by calling on W N. Knox, can be sup- plied with any of the leading pianos and or- gans. Call and see the diflerent styles and prices before purchasing elsewhere. Organs to rent from to per month and if pur- chased in six months the rent to be applied in the purchase. W. N KNOX. For Sale. ____SAT OON LODGING HOUSE and fixtures tor'sale. Apply on the JOHN SINGLETON, OPERA and premises. Home to Rent. A BRICK HOUSE, NINE ROOMS, 8TA- ble and good on the north- east corner ofVirginia and Sixth streets. Apply to lit'RKE BROS, auatf Estray. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on or about tbe 16th day of December, two eslray steers came upon my ranch at Glendale, about four miles from ,he town ol Reno, In the county pi Wushoe, State of Nevada, and lliat tlie said steers were upon that day taken arid are now held by me for sale keeping as et.trays; that the same have been duly reported by me to the Justice of the of Reno, in sala county, and have been duly appraised by appraisers ap- polrted by said Justice, and said prop- erty described and appraised as follows, to-wlt: Two steers, branded J. D., SENDjjTHH WEEKLY GAZETTE TOWN ORDINANCE No. 29. An Ordinance Pertaining to Street Grades In the Town of Rene. [Passed Julylu, 1888.) CNDER AND BY AUTHORITY OF THE laws of the State of Nevada, the Board of County Commissioners of Washoe county, Nevada, do ordain as follows: Section i. Whenever, in the judgment of the Board of County Commissioners, it is necessary to establish the grade of any street, alley or sidewalk within the limits of the town of Reno, the Board shall, by reso- lution, duly recorded in the records of the Board, designate the particular street or al- ley wherein such grades are to be establish- ed, and by actual surveys, cause such grade or grades to be made and marked with iron pins, and a map thereof to be filed in the office of the County Clerk; and when the map shall have been so filed, the grades so marked and therein designated shall be deemed established, and shall not thereafter be changed except upon petition signed by persons representing at least three-fourths of tha real estate fronting on that portion of the street or alley effected by the proposed alteration or change. And where grades have been so established all buildings and sidewalks thereafter constructed or recon- structed shall be made to conform to such established grades. T. K. HYMERS, Chairman. T. V. jy 10 6t Your rem- ___ enureglv Ing satisfaction, and a customer with sajs it is the only remedy gives Instant Druggists, Riverside, Cal. !nalr. tbe pleasure to inform lulalv yon that your preparations are meeting with We hear nni nmiflA from iny havlnj llUtlllilg UUli plalSC occarlon to use them A Co., Druggists ivisalia.Cal. That It will accomplish the end de- sired In all of the Throat anil Ii mill Lungs and you not only wil It Will not be without It yourself, but w 11 recommend it to thoos-  edy that will stand between yon and {one of the most dreaded of human Is rrepared only by the AbUtiBe KM- ical O-Clrcnlara lent fine containing de- tailed deicnntlou. For ft Shoemaker. Whole-ale aid Hetail, Parlor and Upward. PARLOR SUITES MADE AND IN- voiced. Lounges, Sofas and Sofa Beds made and constantly on hand. Also repair- ing done on short notice by a finished work- man, andsatisfaction guaranteed at Sessions New Furniture Store. jy3ltf Midwife. MBS. ANNA GEISS, FROM THE HOS- pital Ceveil, Alsace-Lorraine, can be consulted at her residence, Pyramid House, Reno. ______jyt lee t Ice Ice! T BATE ORDERS AT MYERS' CIGAB MJ Store, Commercial Row, lor pure moun- tamicef. Families supplied. For Sale or Trade. HWERNEB HAS A NUMBEB OP fine wagons and carnages for sale or trade at his carriage paint shop, over T. K. Hymers' stable. goodbargain. Fine chance for a co-wil: 1 BitwiD. urauuvu u. wu- nected on the right h p; ear mark, two under bits ou leit ear; about two years old and color rod and line back.anddark red and muley; appraised at t22 60 each, making total valuation The owner or owners of said property aru hereby no- tified to come, prove t-nd pay all charges against tbe same In three months from date hereof, or he or they shall forlelt all right, title and claim tberoto, and the same shall vest in the taker up, accord- ing lo law. June 1st, 18S8L GEOKGK ALT. jelSm Homestead Application. LAND OFFICE AT CARSON CITY, NEV., August 2, is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Re- ceiver at Carson City, Nevada, on the Fifth Day of VU.: JOHN R. GILPATRICK on Home- stead Application No 456 for the north half of the southwest quarter, northwest quarter of the southeast quarter and the southwest quarter ofthe northeast quarter of Section rj. range 22 east. He names Tove his contin ownship 33 north, range ..ie following witnesses to pi-------- uous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Stephen M. Hubbard of Sheep- head, Washoe coUnty, Nevada; John F. Bon- bam of Sheephead, Washoe county, Nevada; Edward Laird, of Sheephead, Washoe aounty, Nevada; Hiram W. Millsaps of Steamboat, Washoe county, Nevada. agjtd O. H. GALLUP, Register. Steam Candy Factory. THE FIBST CANDY FACTORY IK Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call and get prices of small quantities or by the barrel Wholesale prices same asjSan For Sale. Indian Depredation Claims. THE BILL FOR THE PAYMENT AND adjustment of Indian Depredation Claims having passed the House of Repre- sentatives at Washington, and is Bow pend- ing in tbe Senate, it will he to the interest of those having claims of that sort to confer with the undersigned at Reno, who are agents for the collection of such claims. iVTOtf c. ii. STODD'ARD. M. A. tiRfiENLAW. D.BNTIST, TViBLOHS IN POWNIFGW BUILDING F Virginia street. Nltrong oxide gw administered for painless extraction of to th All work skillfully performed and satisfaction Kuaranteed. OPFICB HUUBS: From 9 A. M. Until ft P. M ind from 7 to 8 o'c oek P. M. RE WARD! ABOVK REWARD WILL B> paid tor the arrest and eon vlotion of an) .art, or found guilty of iteallng. Uiiiaforninnlnioir. altering ol markaof anyllTeftook baton lotto an, jMVbMOf THE RESIDENCE ON THE, West Side of South Virginia Street Next door to the Court-house. mms DESIRABLE PROPERTY CON 1 sistsof 3% lots feet, beautifully laid out, containing drives, a beautiful lawn lovely shade and evergreen trees, and a grea variety of shrubbery, fine orchard and smal fruits' Sixteen years ol toil and generou expenditure have made this the most de- lightful spot in Reno. A wate right goes with the place which is also sup pfied with city water. Terms reasonable. Inquire at Room 7, National Bank build ing. auao-tf REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOB CONGRESS. H! r. BA.3RTIN-E, Ol Ormsby County. For Jnstice Supreme M. A. XATTXtFXX'V, __Of Eshicralda County. For Presidential Electors, A. CJ. CLEVELAND, EUGENE ROBINSON, Of White Pine County, G. F. TURRITTrN, Or Hnmboldt County. For State University Regents, (Long Term) T. H. WELLS, Of Ormany County, H. L. FISH, Of Washoe Comity. (Short Term) E. T. GEORGE, Of Lander County PLATFORM AND RESOLUTIONS The following platform and res- olutions were adopted by the Re- publican State Convention, which convened at Wiuuemucca ou tbe 15th instant: Tlie Republicans of the State of Nevada, in Convention assembled, again express their loyalty to the principles of the Bepnb- lican party, which have mide this country so great and prosperous during the last quarter of a century. RESOLVED, That the question of suffi- cient tnpply of circulating medium to main- tain a permanent range ofthe price of Ubor and property is the most important politi- cal question awaiting solution by the Amer- ican people. That a diminishing quantity of money reduces the price of labor and property, enriches the creditor, impoverishes the debtor, and paralyzes industry and enter- prise. That the present financial system of tbe United Stales, which increases or dimin- ishes the circulating medium at the pleasure of the manipulators of the national backs, without regard to the Increase of population or the wants of the people, and which gold alone as tbe standard of value, and places in the hands ofthe Treas- ury Department all the revenue of the Government to speculate with in bonds and loan to the national without interest, s subsersive ofthe rights ofthe people, op- resslve, unjust and nhonld be repudiated. That a financial policy whereby both gold nd Biivf r shall form the basis of ircnla- ion, whether tbe money used by the people coin, or coin certificates redeemable In xiln. or both, as convenience may require, demanded. That the attempt to substitute national ank notes, costing the Government roll- ions of dollars annually, for free silver, Costing nothing, is an outrage the eople: that the money ring or trust, which uonrperl the sovereign power of the Gov- rnmrnt to Issue money, and which has raurtnlently demonetized silver and seized be revenues of tbe Government for private peculation, shocks the moral sense of the wople and destroys respect nment nd law. We demand that th s ring or rust be destroyed, and equal rights berr- tored to all tbe people. We charge that President Cleveland Is the willing tool or agent of a powerful money ring, which fattens on tbe subsidies of the iovemment, makes war on silver, issuea ts paper currency at the expense ol tbe iovernment, borrows the raifed by t xatlon and uses tl.'-ra without the pay- ment of Interest, contnu.18 the cunency to enhance the value of bonds, and enriches usurers, while it depresses the price of abor and property. That we favor the nomination of no man or President who is personally interested n national bonks or toe bonded indebted- ness of the United States, but we demand a candidate who is free to do justice to all the people of the poor as well aa be rich. That the trick of the President and bla advisers by which prevented a vote In the House of Representatives on the Beck silver amendment to the Bond Purchase equals the villainy of the secret and fraudulent demonetization of sliver in 1873. BKSOLVKD, That we are in favor of the protection ol home industry, and that the of this country have a right to all i he work required to supply the people of the United States, and that we are in favor of high wages, and to that end will protect the wage-workers from competition with the cheap labor of other lands. RKSOIA ED, That the policy of the Gov- ernment should be inaugurated and estab- lished by tbe p cyle through their repre- Houses of Congress, and not by tbe President or money trust, of which he, either as agent or bead, is moat active in defending. We charge President Cleveland with vio- lating every promise he made in favor of civil service reform, with crippling the mail service, with refuting to sign neces- sary for the improvement of riven and harbors, with using the power of ad- ministration to prevent appropriations for naw -and coast defenses, with attennting to destroy the protective tariff, with court ing the good will of other nations at tbe ex pense of the citizens of the nlted States, and with joining the foreign bondholders to demonetize silver and destroy the Industries of bis own country, and for the reduction of the wages of the Mint at Carson, for closing the Carson Mint when It was not- only self-snbtalning but a source of revenue to the Government, for his contemptuous vetoes of bills for the relief of disabled sol- diers and sailors, and for fulling to con- struct the Government building at Carson as required by law. We are in favor of the absolute exclusion of Chinese, and of tbe restriction of immi- gration by which the overcharged condition of the Ubor market is made worse, and we favor legislation by which a revision of our naturalization and land lawa may be ac- Proposals Wanted. WILL BE RECEIVED UN X til August for the following pnv ileges at the State Fair, to be held Beptcmbe I7tnlo22d, inclusive: Pool, Paris Mutuals and book-tnakin privileges. Cigar stand at grounds. Bar privilege at Cigar and bar privilege at grounds. Wheel oi fortune at Ice cream and candy at pavilion, Soda water at pavilion. Milk shake at pavilion. Fruit and candy at grounds. Hay and grain at grounds. All privileges must be paid for on or before September loth. All bids will be sealed, wit etc., written on envelope. The Direc tors reserve the right to refuse any and al bids. By order of the State Agriculture Society. C. H. STODDARD, Secretary. Proposals Wanted. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE ceivedatthe office of tbe Nevada Stal Agricultural Society for furnishing; mud (brass band, not less than eight for th State Fair at Keno, September 17 to Septem her n, 1888. The Board reserves the right t reject any and all bids. All proposals be presented on or before AUGUST 20, i8 Byorderof the Board, angtd C. H. STODDAjtD. Secretary OM. Kixon, Secretary. .AprilSLUM. L. O. HAWK, The Plasterer BXXO, HEVJUDA. OmoB-OVER HYKBRfc' L1VKRY tarnished free on conipUahed. V. We demand in behalf of our various in dnstries the retention of the duties on lead borax, soda, hides and leather, and to n- jtore the tariff of Ifc67 on wool. VI. BISOLVXD, That we recognlcc the right of labor to organize tor its lawful protec tion. vn. We favor the appropriations b, forhydrognphical and topographical sur- veys In tins dUto, to the enothat the waters may be preserved for the purpose of irrigation. VUI. We endorse tha wise and conservative ad- ministration of Governor Stevenson, and we beartilv commend tbe able of Senators Jones and Stewart and Beprewa- tatlve v> oodbnrn in behalf of the Interecte Et We favor the granting to Nevada of all Government lana within the State tor tbe purpose of providing means for Irrigation and other Improvements. We favor tbe reduction of the ''rtunra snrplns by the psymeutof penilonito Union soldiers, tholr widows and orphans the ImT proirment of rivers and th'e buiu. inn of defenses for the tea na oftl m of public tbe of a ivy, the purchase of aadthemeal the Internal revenue taxlnctobMoo. It the duty of thi, state to aulntala free, Don-secUrlan school, In the rare! and sparsely settled M and thickly populated tbat dlvirfon ofthe .ball be made will mrS.li edDoation to all XII. We are in favor of Mint for coinage and XIII We demand the rnrta In MaU Ttot tainedbythe latt ana favor   

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