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   Weekly Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - August 1, 1896, Reno, Nevada                               WEEKLY NEYADA STATE JO VOL. XXVJ. mro JOOIAL PnlilUtinil Uallynnd Wvi-kljr by Kellay Webster. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY MOBNING, m-ill RrniTMo M on (HI JS s oo I 00 Wenkly pul.ll.hwl cmHatur hut mont In, P hjr l.'nrrlnr. SVooltly, year. by nmll. tlx inonlhi, I.KT WMK t.OL.XSKL I'ltKVA U'llliatii J. JUryau ia the nominee of throe parties for President of the United Utes. Arthur bewail is the nominee, of the silver candidate, There is no gold in circulation and the people can- not see why it should be the standard mine. i OR WILLIAM J. IJRYAN, M.liUAM.A. I UK vifi: rfU.MW.Ni, ARTHUR SKWALL or of two of those parties for Vice Presi-1 TATKIOTISM. NOT PAKTISAMSM. deit, and Thomas E. Watson is the nominee of ono of the three for the A poll of 7S1 delegates lu the National same position. This complicates mat-j silver Convention at Ht. Louis as to ten somowhat, and unless wise coun-' tnt'r political antecedents the fol- sel prevailMnay result in giving tho I result: Dew electoral votea of same of tho States to ocrats- l47' 49; Prohibition- tbe men. I 9; Independents', 21 Of these 100 Tno people do not elect the President j had served in the Union army, 49 were and Vice President by direct voto. The Constitution provides that "euch State appoint, in such manner as the thereof may direct, a num- of electors, equal to the whole HV Till: I'OI-. Lists, Tho I'wfjplo'o party Nntionol C'onvon- tinn nominated Willlinn J, lirynn fur 1'rcoidcnt ninl Tho nun li, U'atnon of (IncrKii for Vivo Prenldont. Wntson WIIH oltctt-d tho Fifty-Second IIM n Dimocnit from the Tenth   llryiin, inul the candidate for Vlco who romalns in tho field uryiiu vvn.i the ritvorltu fur i'realdeut lu the PopulUt Couvontiou. Though one or two of Uanuu'n bar'ls were opotio'l at Ht. those who were puiil to oppose him did not comprlso moro tliati u fourth of tho delegates mid ln< wat nomlmiU'd by u three- foiirllni nmjorlty, niul ho lj tiow tho 1'roniilc'nil il nnniinro of three National Convent i 'iu-. it dovolvos upon tint to elect him President. He U oppo.ifl by tho gold combination, thu tni'trt and the mouopolios, nnd million t will bo Hpent to defeat him. ber number of Senators and liepreseuta- tiveH to which the State may be ontlt- lu the Congresii, but no Senator or l.r-prcseritatlve, or person holding an 'jllico of profit or undertho United Statod, ahull be appointed au elector. Tho Logialuturea of the several Htates have provided for thu appointment of Presidential electors by vote of tho qualified electors. There might, under the peculiar circumstances now exist- ing, be two distinctive electoral tickets nominated in each State, one set for Bryan mid Hewall, uud the other for Bryan uud Watson. This would divide thu Bryan vote, und give the gold elect orj a groat advantage. For instance, hore lu Nevada the Silver party might nominate three Presidential electors, suy Thomas Brown, William Jouos uud John Kobinsou; the Populists three, uutnod JumoB Smith, Kdward Johnson, and Joseph Williams. One faction of tho Democrats has already an electoral tickot in the field. Assuming that all thesm electors ure for Bryan, theydi- vido tho silver voto of the Stato, and make tho appointment of tho gold electors possible. To prevent such a division should bo the aim of every pa- triotic citizen, No movement tending to create dis- to further personal ends should be countenanced by the people. Au overwhelming majority of tho voters of Nevada aro for Bryan for President and ho is fairly entitled to tho electoral vote of tho State. The Silver party, the Populists and Bilver Democrats nnd Itepubltoans should meet In oonferenco and agree upon a tickot, which all who are opposed to the gold standard can consistently sup- port, und not encourage any side shows In tho interest of tho single gold stand- ard. OOLUUUUS QfARIlEHNG. The Eastern goldbugs are not woik- Ing as harmoniously as some of the leaders desire. Whitney and other Cleveland Democrats aro not satisfied with tho manuor In which tho McKin- ley campaign is being conducted. They say the general situation Is worse then many suspect, and every effort should be made to get the gold stand- ard forces together. Mr. Hanua insists on trying tn make tbo tariff tho Issue, when tha people assert that the flnan- in the Confederate urmy und 4 wero Mexican war veterans. IIow completely tnis refutes th falsehoods of the gold press tbattb party was started, not for the purpos of forcing the silver question to th front or compelling one or tho other o tho old parties to declare for free coin age, tut to get Democrats into a few pfrtty offices. Here wo bare polit unl antecedents of 721 delegates from all part.' of tbe country to n uatlonu convention and Und that 526 of Ibos three-fourths of tbo wbol been Republicans. What more is required to prove tlia the movement to restore tho money o tbo constitution to ita rlgbtfnl place i patriotic, not patisan? Men wbo hit been llepublicans sinoo tbe party was organized forty years ago hnvo re pudiatcd the party because Ihe IJOSHPS repudiated tbe people in their natioua convention. The uprising to-day is not partisan, but against partisHnism. Il is a revolt against the despotic swny o] tho trusts und money kings. Many of tbe latter who havo heretofore affiliated with ihe Democratic party bave now joined tho Republicans because of their declaration for tbo single gold stand- ard, and Republicans aro going to Bryan by thousands, not because he is triple candidate, having boeii nom- inated by throe conventions, but for the reason that he represents tbo manses aa against tbe classes. teral Weaver Delivers an Elc- t The I'Hlf NOTES. Tho country will tiooifod wlt'h cam- 1 clltl the Issue. Many of nhowliig why silver nbotild not bo rcuionetizod, nud tho ublpst iipuukon, whoso services can bo hired, will bo placed on tbo stump, to ilimibiiao tho mltidrf of the benighted of tbo Idea that tbo rest or- uieaUD tbo return of iitliui of ullvor prosperity.; I1UYAN. Th pro a lirynn uud Sowull rutlll- cut ion mm-tintf In Denver Thursday night, wliit-li win ntteudoil by thous- ands. Thi  tuifpicoti of tho local un.l Hon. Caldwoll Vea- Kftmtor Teller said ho ivil it l.ii duty to lupport tho t'lilc Druioi rutlo nomlnoo, He Tpllnr, "for n you nnd t nnd tana. under Brynr. man i> tho gold aro beginning to realize tho necessity of changing Mr. Hanua's plan of campaign to bave MoKinley, but Mr. Hauna is stubborn and per- sists through the press in vainly en- deavoring to make tho people believe that u slight dilt'eronco in tariff sched- ules is the cause of tho general depres- sion and scarcity of money, Tho disagreement in the gold camp may result in placing a single gold standard Democratic tickot in the field. This would draw votes away from Mo- Kluloy which he receive If there U only ono gold ticket in the field, and i li- might loso him muny Eastern States which bs now counts upon as certain. The silver silver craza, as they call it, is getting to be epidemic in tho East and with two gold tickets iu the field New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maine might go into tho Bryan column. It la n hopeful sign for tbe people to lu our platforms fortbojliavo the gold uifin disagree, hut it is I lot yesirn." Unbols mil.I "our doubtful if tbe falling out will result fundMiiti ud not a nomination, as an endorse- rnant would not require an acceptance. 'Cyclone Davis aad others, f tUo radical wing, insisted that Bryan riof refuse the uomiaation, and f lie did, tho responsibility for disaster .tthepolla would rest ontheDemoc- acy and not on tbe Populists, Kunator Allen culled tbo convention o order at A. M. After prayer, lominatio-u for President lured in order, uud Ueueral Junior, B. Voaver presented Bryan's immo Wea- or nudo au eloquent appeal for noini- ation and not endorsement, and said but Bryan had asnt a rnauly dispatch ay lug ha would only accept tbe nomi- ation if it included Seu-ull No man ould Lave done less nud be a man. showing their position, delegation favored supporting Bryan if he would agree to stand on the Pop- ulist platform. Washbnru made a short address announcing tho receipt of a telegram from Bryan announcing his willingness to trust in tho good sense of the Populist party and giving j the assurance that if it wero posgible to do so in connection with the Demo cralic platform, he would stand on the platform adopted by the Populists. The caucus thou adjourned until even- ing, but the evening meeting proved a fiasco. A resolution was passed pro- testing against tbe action of tbo con- vention, though only nine delegates and three reporters it was carried. were present when SH.VISR MKN ON THIS I'.ESULT. letinlur Stewiirt nail w. P. St. John Kx. pi-ess Their Opinion ST l.ouis, July silver men were apparently satisfied with the sit- uation to-night. They rug.m! it as a great victory for Bryan and f-ilver und are not worrying over the knifing of Kewall. Senator Stewart of Nevada in u better frame of mind to-night. satisfied with the thsSena- tor this evening, "it wis tho best wo could do. The nomination of Wathon will not effect Brj.m's ouati-63 in the east. It rather f.ivors In: i siu, e the middle-of-the-road I'unuh will now remain in line." Tbo Senator accept tbo nomiuati'i rt ill Hry.m "Well, ho c.u.'t very we'll rt-j vt 'eplifd t'loi-jeiju'or. "Will it be tendered Liim 'i "We have tbo road Kj.irJod bo I wi-eu here aud Lincoln tho Nevaduu, "and tbo person who is Special to J ST. Louis, July 23.-The situations of the day in many respects ludi- crous. Nearly every delegate in the convention regarded himself as a states- man upon whose wisdom depended the salvation of tho Xallon. Nearly every delegate had a speech to make and all wished to speak at once. All long pandemonium reigned. Delegates stood on chairs to bo knocked down and dragged out by deputy Sergeauts- at-Arms. They hurled epithets at tho chair; they cheered, damued, prayed, wept and laughed at the same time. Fortunately nil reason had not been destroyed, despite the fact that the convention Hosed without prayer or anuounsement of Dual adjournment. The Gal., July mo- tion for a chaugo of voimo to Mendo- cino county ha- been denied in tho case of Joo Gregory, charged with the mur- der of Jack Littlefleld. TUG trial has been set for August 17. The attorneys for Vanborii and Crow, convicted of tho murder of Jack Littlefleld, have prepared a bill of exceptions for tho Supreme Court, to bo used on appeal from an order denying u motion for a new trial i .u-il u., Man. July McKin- ley to-day divMed to ix-maiu ;.t Cleve- land until ho will re- j turn to OJM: Chairmnu H tuna v.-.il depart fur XL-.V Voile thi, nouing und uieet the patty leaders. i.ke.l T. onj Ch.is. U. Hood, Br'ikpr and Mai.ufac- turoM Aiccnt, Col sn Ohio, eerti- flea th.tt Dr. Kind's Novv Discovery has no equal cough remedy. J. Brown, proprietor of St. James Hotel, Fort Wayne, testifies that ho was cured of couch of two years standing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. King's New ,-ery. U. F. Merrill, tnat hc I and recommended it and never knew it to fail, and would rather bare it than any doctor, because it ulwajs cures. Mrs. Hemming, K, 23th street, Chicigo, always it at hand and no fear ot croup because it in- stantly relieves. Freo trial bottles at S. J. Hodgkinsou'd drug store. On the Notification Cummlttee. Two committees, oao to notify Bryan and tho other to notify Watson of their nomination for President and Vice President of tho United States respect- ively, uero appointed by the Chairman of the Populist National Convention. These committees ooiibist of members from each State. J. Jr. McCormack of Reno was appointed on the committee to notify the uominjj for President ane J. C. Doughty of Illko nas appoint- ed on tho committee tn notify the Vice President. MEN in the caught uBHdin toll him of tc, prehenued." "I uui v.'cy acfioa (.f the said 1'. WHS til'J O.lly uudrr tho ri Veaver naid that tho convention had hlivo beeu lnip< ot to u point where it should act with-1tho '1VM4S 'lulee  will iiu-tal! Sow.ill. Bryrtii told ed und ordered on FieU'a motion mak- ing Bryan's nomination uimniuirvss. Tbe rollcall of Statesvrua interruptad by great confusion aulonu the gates. A telegram Kugutie V. belief that wo havo m-uomplishui much toward about the do-iied re H in aur HniinoUl system." t In III- Ni.r Anytilug I'nf.ilr to Jtih' J. ii U'lirt-d Vrfii to- fatwight. Ihoi-ornor work makes additional ex- pense, yet the Auditor's wero fur- nished tor 4820, n portion of it having boeu p toa carpenter in town for work in the vault iu order to (It the casop, as against allowed by tbe Commissioner for the cases in tbe Clerk's ofhVe. diifer but little. Tho Au- beppy in the llitor's cases bnve roller book shelves, while Clerk's havo tho automatic lockiiiR-combinationandclosed counter. Tbo cori.er work and fittings for the former would offset the improvements in tho Litter, but there is an extraordi- nary ililisrsnee between and Mrs. '..illif wlulo toctiiniK i --vrup IMS been i of ni.itliKisfoi Iholroliil.lrcn If tnrb.I .it r.i.Tla niM andcrjini; v ith pain uf cr.lt c: forth .send utont'e (jot n holtle of Mis. V, n. for camiun ;t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Debs was rend, hie name bo not presou Tbe domai.d for :t ro motion was thou witlHrawn, aud the the OIH ut'su'iud to uominutiop, In ;iKbwi.r tn iv ques- tion tin. inKlcci- f.o said: "My first dosiiB i.i in i mistake It. It cures DlarrniaVr'-pVi" tbs JMuiiU'llato liy tho Stomui-h am! lion els, -Miie-i United Sldtisi of 111- fr. uid iiniunilcil us tlieanms ic.lii.'i-., Inlluminntion coUbge of ,-aW wlfbont roltcall Of States wan n umed for OOm-' for tl''' Bll! (li' OOU30M of any children tootliins in talto nnd t Other uarion. I tho desire is p.'oseriinion o! of the oldest and ex-Governor Manifested ar SI. Louis to consolidate i and nurses in the beneck of Illi- freo fotvoi and rcvretthat that d. cull on Field's UnituilStates. Tries twentj -live cents n bot- tle, 'iolil by all drucjr.sts throughout tlie Bo ture aati for "Mrs. wor'd. nois, Kolbor Alubanja.iiici Jerry Simp- itliey tlil! uot nominate Stwull; 5hat the uou of Kansas secoudci Bryan's notni-j pUtform o-i uwny ques- nation. Mrs. Minerva Roberts of idtntical with the orado seconded Bryan, "ij did tho dolo-' pUtfurmj it goes bjyoul the gallons from nutl plif'mn, ln.vov.-i-, ml on- il ir-cs, Mjtiie i oiicicv) la 1 di) not up- Duriug the sooondiii speeches for All th-it I  .p.y now is Bryau, the Texas vitbdrow 'lnBt my action will dopen.l entirely the In a body and prevailed i ronditions attached to tbe I and tbo seutiin. .it applauded until I Sii'ill do nothiiu! which the ball resounded with cheers. Bu.lnjic-.r tha eucces, of tiimetal- nor ''hall I do auytbiiig unfair A Color Lidy in tho Populist Na- tional Co'ivcn'ion paid: "There is no middle or the ro.i 1 now. It is McKin- ley and plutooruj on oue side, dud for the first time to-ijiy. seconded Bryan and Lfringiton of Mia- v' souri nominated Ignitiua Donuolly. The latter refused to aiow his name to be nsod. Ho then nominated Coxey. Long of Missouri Baid'that tho nomi- nation of Coxey did nft voice the wish of tbjo Missouri Missouri will support Bryan if Bryan The Kansas City Times quotes ex- accepts the Populist ptotforrn, ha Eaid. Congressman Harris as esylng, "the Judge Grcona of NeJi-uska are T workinK to pay late-rest on the mort- gage and the wages of bis fai tn bands, and tho laborer struggling to support bit family, repeat It. Jt is heard iu tbe factory, the farm house, tbe cottage and on the and the people feel that tbe man who expressed tbe senti- ment will afford them relief. For every gold Democrat who declares for McKlnley there are a dozen silver Re- publicans who will vote for Bryan, and the collected by Banna from tbe cannot prevent tha election Kansas plan is for tbe Populists, at their State Convention August 5tb, to endorse Bryan and .Seawall electors, whom the Democrats will name, and tbe Democrats endorss tbe Populist candidates for State offices. Tbe committee appointed at the meeting of the gold brokers in New York to deviso means io stop gold ex- ports for ninety days has submitted a report to the full meeting at J. Pier- mont Morgan's office in Now York. The plan devised was pronounced effective. It is hnmilating to know that a lot of gold brokers can drain the Dnlted States of its gold or stop the flow at pleasure. Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters, as a remedy foi your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all FemaJQ Com- plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in- fluence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of Appe- tite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excit- able, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is tbe medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by its use. Large bottles only 60o. at S. J. Hodg- klnson's, Drag BryaVa nomination, Nevada, North CUialina, New Hump, shire, Now Jersey, Ohio, New York. Orogup, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, Arizona and tho District of Columbia seconded Bryan. Rhode Island seconded Norton, and Texas remained firm in the middle of the road and seconded but said that the dokfiaiion rvonld support 8f.Tuti.i- us Chalrinin. I jpoolal to tlio JouilNAT. HT. ijO-is.July flr-if meeting j of r.pw i'opuli'-t National Commit- tto wii-t hold ut Li-uU-ll Hotel to- night. a dut-ussiim tUo election nf ohairfotiii prnceeded and Sen itor Marion Butler received 05 votes, General Weaver 10, Senator Al- len 85, J. W. Breidvutbal 13. Neces- sary to cboio 61, and Committee adjourned i Senator JQUOJ, Chairman o. tue Dem- ocratic N.itioiial left for Liucoh; to party loaders. Ue 1 10 discuss tbe probable astiou of tbo Cuinmitteo Bryan if be' stands on the Populist the the Populist platform. West Virginia seconded both and Norton. Convention. Too loaatioa of couitnitt.e Iioudqnar- tol'B la 8tl11 p rf-. Jolui Livineston of Missouri withdrew New York lj "J "Ppoint- Coxey's name. Treasurer of llm bus The National Committee was given iaccePted tne A man's health carries him through the world. He de- ends on it for en- plenary to transact all neces- .t British The official ballot U; Bryan Norton, 321. Convention adjourned fine die. The Texat Delogatluu Show But Falls. ST. Locis, July 25. Immediately after the adjournment of the tion tbe Texas delegation took, sion of tbe hall and united a caucus ot middle-of-the-road PopalUte for the purpose of drawing op a statement pe joymcnt, for happi- ness, fur success, for the nchicvemciit of nnything hc has in lir.nd. Americana take bip chances. Theyrisk everything in They have confidence in their brains and their ability. Tho American busincs-j man is active, flexi- ble, clastic. Knock him down with fail- ure and hc is up again in a minute. As long as hc keeps his health, failure doesn't mean any- thing to him. Ha has lost a little time, but that is all. If he can keep his health, lie will go on to suc- cess. He feels sure of that, and yet his health ts the very he neglects more than anything else His health is the ropa by which he climbs to success. It bc- hooves him to keep the rope in "food con- I dition, and not to neglect broken strands. VVheu the rope of health breaks even a little bit, it should be mended at once. It Is easier to health than it is to regain it. When a man feels himself running down, when he a losa of vitality and energy, he must call a halt. He is on a down grade. The of his rope are parting rapidly. UNITED STATES LASI> (IFPICK. C.U., M i> JO, issr, IS IlEltl.HY IN u-t of Coiij-res, of JUIK- ''An (ft for of tinihpr 1 it   oT State of V-v.-i.l.i. h t'n, filpj in tl.u DTIPO hn Manrn n No for the pnicn.i-c i.f tlm nf No. SI. In 1) M.. aiidn-ll Klllfl S'ltlfll HI or iroiie tli in I il Kpfc- sfrr u-i 1 !I f to that the i" i Jii I.U. lor its timber .uri. i1. i.nil and nin to ilrl l.ri I I pfuri'the .i.ir f.f ol'-co .it i.i, tho iluy at Jaly. 1S96. fiPll.i. i'ptpr Tuiitlii' an I l-ilin Vprdi, Nevada, ami (ioor.'r- !.n. (I pir cliiimx in thi- uRifpon ur uay of Jiih 1? F. I'. 1'tCK, IU} IW.B. 1- n> Oar- 'Ctranit uf on of Itctio. r-it- il to tilo MONEY SAVING Teas, Coffees, Spices. Beautiful and Vscfiil Presents. OXE PEESEXT given caca tree, at NEW PALACE BAKERY, Great American Importing Tea Go. Market St., fc'an 1 rftiicUco. Champion of the Wurlri. NILO TEA -----TRY OUR----- Money Saving Teas, Money Saving Coffees. Storei enabtea 09 to larc GLENDALE HERD FOR SALE. to attack Mia C'mstiana, whereupon tbe comiudader of the British irouclad Hood lowered five boats to land a force of inariuei. Order I was restored, however, tbe action. 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