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VOL. XV. WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA, FlilDAY, MARCH 19, 1880. NO. 140.
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THE SI LVIiR STATE.
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dorff street, R.rmh 3'i, Saqtranci*co.
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B. F. Rilky is authoriz'd t oolledt and re
ceipt for Rnbscription* to the SfLvwt State in
II. C. M.'Ri.ar is aut,hor«R»l to rollert and
receipt fur sul's.cnj'tions to t.l SiLVtaSTATK at
A HlviiriVC HR uniliDV.
A middle-*ged married couple have
'turned in n <t to me, having boarded
the train at a way station. They have
evident!., hurried and are out of humor,
for the wife is fretful and excited, and
the hus' and growls above his breath in
“Now, I'll Mist hgt you didn’t put
my night shirt in ! ”
“N’hush ' ” It’s in the basket in the
corner,” replies the woman.
“I’ve looked in the basket and "taint
there. I s’-'ose you put it in at the
bottom, under the vittals.”
“In the vittals, indeed. Why, .John,
what on e-a-r-l-h are you doing? ”
•‘I’m looking for my shirt.”
“Don’t! i hat's the wrong basket.
You’ve gone and spilt them pickles ad
over the be 1 ! I never see such a man!”
“Never mind, Mary, you needn’t tell
the whole car.” Tb; in a whisper pe
culiar to the stage.
“Looking for vonr old shirt in the
dinner basket ! I don't >■<• what any
body wants a night-shirt for on a rail
road, any:., w,” re* .r*ed the muignaut
female; ami there vas a whirring bound
which indicated that she hail pitched
the missing article in his face just in
time to choke off a .vick< d rejoinder.
“Spoein’ toe cars " ere to run off the
track ?” addeu she. “You’d be a nice
picture wadin’ out of a swamp or r Min’
down a bank i.i that, wouldn’t you?”
“I'd l>e just as comfortable and party
as you in that —”
“S hush ! You il disgrace both of us
with your tongue ” (Whitfipering.)
“My tongue! Wi 1, d—u mu, Mary,
“There, now, vou’r cursing me —you
—you—” (Breaks < ll, to sob.)
There's where she had him.
I fancied shortly alter hearing the
resonant and agreeable sound of a kies,
but jterhaps :t was only tlie angels, and
I dropped off to sleep again. On the
following uaj I saw lit# t>amc couple
seated opposite, Munching pickles and
fried chicken* at in! reals, ns docile
and happy a couple as auybody may
wish to see. — liatiimarf HtUlrtin.
* 1> K A IEK I N
Hiller Liquors mid ii-urs.
-%U *- -
— | The t'in»i* ni j>rri in os 1.4 i-. -
OPPOilTL ii(K i\>rhi iioijhil
Wimitunueua, Novtc.r<er ih7h. la-tf
<’1TY rs'ti «; STORE.
C. A. DESAl’fel'HK, Proprietor.
gS" On the ea-d *hk of lindxe street, *ta
WINNEMUCl’A, NEV ADA.
Where they ki-cp on hau l a full n nl couplet*
FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
In entile** variety.
Close attention trill tw (riven to call* from the
Medical Fraternity, and Preier’pttnna will be
put up with the-greatest care.
June 13, 1377. tL
ORIENTAL HALL SALOON
•Corner of Bridge andHThlrd Sts., Winnemucca,
HK*. MTHKKK. PmprMer.
The undersigned -begs leave to inform his
friends d/id the ptiblic that he is now the pro
prietor of thc’sfW'j ele^anf Saloon and Billiard
Ilall. and assures them that they * ill find it one
o the most pleasant resort* in town.
The bar is stocked with the best brands of
A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE will j
'always be found in good order.
In connection with the Saloon is a
* targe mirt fumniodlsas Hall,
Th» use nf which will be fiee for all public*
rat-sting* and home entertainments.
Winnemucca, February 17, IiiaA tf
BRIPOB MTMKT, WINBBMIXCA.
J. U GI TUEI*. W. J. HitLL.
UTUKIE A BKLL .Proprl« l«r».
This popular Saloon will hereafter be conduct
ed by the above Arm, who will at ml times be
pleased to nee their friends and the public. The
i bar has been restocked with the liest quality of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
and furnished with a First-class
The proprietors aim to make *he CAPITAL
deservedly the most popular resort in town.
Attached to the Set con fe a
LYNCH AND COFFEE STAND
Where all the delicacies of the season can lie
procured at short notice, cooked to order, in
the highest style of the culinary art
GUTHRIE k BELL,
Winocmucca, February 11, 18S0. tf
FASHION SAMPLE ROOMS
RBIDOE BTRKKT, WISMWCCCA, NEVADA.
Frank M. Fellowe.Proprietor.
Fine Wines and Liqnors
H1IW (I KKE DEER,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
tart ALL AND SAMPLE .T-i
FRANK M. FELLOWS. «
Winnemncca, December 4, 1S79. tf
SILVER STATE SALOON.
Y. PICARD, Proprietor.
This new and elegantly furnished Saloon is
now oj>cn to the public, and is stocked with the
choicest and best brands of
C lp.'irs, Etc.
And fresh and Creamy Laffer.
The Saloon is furnished with an
ELI PTIC POOL T A B L E.
For the amusement of Patrons.
Bit! DOE STREET, WINNERl’CCA, NEVADA.
Next Door lo Munition’* RulldlusS!
(Ml and sec me.
§eptl2 78tf. Y. PICARD.
THE PALATE SALOON.
i. I». W ll.l l i Ms ,t < 0„ Pr«prlfl«r». |
The proprietors of the Palace Saloon would
respectfully announce to their friends ami the •
public generally that they hi ve- fitted up, with
id! tlic modem improvements, an elegant and
: commodious saloon, and
AT THE "l’ALACK ”
I t'an always be found the choicest and the best
Willi'S Liquors and (igars
. To lie obtained in town.
Connecter I with the “Palace” is a
line New Billiard Table and OntAf.
A. D. WILLIAMS A CO.
Winnemucca, Nev., January it, lvml. - tf
Between the Central Hotel and the Railroad
BRIDGE STREET, WINNEjlUCCA,
THE MAGNOLIA lias been fitted up In the
mo t uUreoto' • style possible, with a view to
the convenience and comfort of patrons. The
pro ’rietor desires U call (he attutdion of cus
tomers, friends and the public to Ks siijierior
>l (ek of
Wiiict*. Liquors and Tispirs.
C.u Inn las’ London FortPP constantly on
Land Oppicn at OaMoh City, Nfy., )
February 2<(th, 1880. i
Notice is hereby given, that the followiiijr
' named settler has filed notice Of his intention
to make final proof in support of hi* claim, and
si ire final entry thereof, and that H«id proof
will lie made before the He,lister and Receiver
1 of the United Statue Land OITte®, at. Carson
City Nev., on Wednesday, May 12th, 1880:
KUdENE S1I.VE, Declaruiuity Statement No.
i 2027, for Hie N. K. 4 of Section No. 2l, in T'p
*2 N. of R. 40 E., M.D. M., and names the fol
kiwdng *» hi* Witnesses, tft prove his continuous
residence upon jsnd cult!ration of said tract,
visit B. B. P.! Perce, Joaetih Ronrron, B. F.
Kiler. and D. Pasuel, all of HntnboWfc tVi , Ntr. i
1 mhl-aod C. X. HARRIS, Register. '
N. Demarco, E. Rribuaet.
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E. KEINIIART & CO’S.
FORWARDING and commission
: MEAT MARKET
BRIDGE HTRKKT, WINNEMUCCA
GEORGE BERK, Proprietor.
Mv patron, will find the Railroad Market Bup
plied with the very best quality of
Tolbe found in the State. My prices will be
Meats shipped to all points on the Railroad and
all orders promptly tilled.
ma3-78-ff LitE HE A CALL.
AVAR ASH MEAT MARKET.
Corner oj L’ridyt and Fourth Streets.
It. L. POWERS Proprlelar.
gttThis Market will always be supplied
.UitfMMkwith the very best quality of
TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE.
Moat, shipjied to all points on the Railroad,
and all orders promptly hik'd, k! prices to
suit flee limes. B. L. POWERS.
Winneiuuccu, December 10. tf
S L A 1 G II T E R 21 O l S E.
The undersigned having refitted the new Re
frigerator Slaughter to use,Ivys leave to inform
cattle men who wish to ship dressed beef, that
lie Will Kill' ll'r t'attle
On short notice for the hides and dial. He also
keeps on hand
Illtilf.i and Mrndiitr Way,
At £20 jR>r ton, at the Slaughter House. Terms,
cash. J. F. ABEL.
Winnemucca, February 21, 1 KM). tf
Notice is hereby given that the tax on pro
ceeds of mines for the quarter eliding Decern-1
her 31st, 1K70, is now due, and payable at my
office in the Court-house of the Chunty of
Humboldt, and that the laws for its collection
will be strictlv enforced.
B. L. ItlCKARD, County Assessor.
Winnemucca, February 23, lbod. 4w 1
opposite tub nkroT.
UPPERTOWN WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA.
JOS. CEIMAIX, Proprietor.
THE PROPRIETOR TAKES PLEASURE in
announcing that the above favorite Hotel has
been greatly enlarged and refitted. A number
of fine rooms have been add«;d, and the Hotel
now has first-class accommodations for families.
The Tables will be kept supplied with every
article the market affords, prepared by the
most experienced connoisears.
The Bar will be found stocked with the
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS and LAGER BEER
at prices to suit the tic
Persons visiting Winnemucca, wl
good MEAL, DRINK, CIGAli or BEI
ferred to the
Winnemucca, March 14, 1874.
CENTRAL PACIFIC HOTEL.
OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT,
Muller & La rave, Prop’rs.
The proprietors take pleasure in announcing
that they have re-opened the above named
House for the accommodation of the public,
and intend to conduct it in first-class style
The 11 *u*e U furnished throng/unit with neu>
Furniture, Carpets and Spring Bats.
The Table will be supplied with the best the
A Flrsf>elHH<< Bur is connected with the
House, supplietf with the choicest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars,
AST Every effort will be made to secure the
comfort of guests.
MULLER & LAGRAYE.
Winnemucca, Nev , June 30, 1879. tf
NORTH SIDE BRIDGE STREET
Opposite the Postoffice.
Having bought this well knewn Hotel, we
hereby notify our friends and the public in g<gi
eral that it will be kept as a first class Hotel In
The Table M ill be Second to None In
The BAR will be supplied with the best brands
M ines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Cigars, Etc.
Good COOKS and Gentlemanly WAITERS have
We also haTe a first class Billiard Table.
All attention will be paid to the wants of
JOB li HADLEY, Proprietors.
Winnemucca, Ang. 1, 1879. tf
WINN EMI CCA HOTEL.
Bridge Street, M Innemueea,
DAT 111 CiEKOIX, - - • Proprietor.
Having Built and Fitted up in the most com
modious style the largest anil finest Hotel in
Winnemucea, with Large and Airy Rooms, the
Proprietor is prepared to receive and entertain
the traveling public with acumimodations as
good as can ho found in this section of the coun
try. The TABLE will alw ays lie liberally sup
plied with all the substantial of Lite, and with
every luxury that can be procured. Attached
to the Hotel is a FINE BAR, where the choicest
V INES, LiqiOBS AND < HiAU
Can be obtained at all times.
BOARD PER WEEK,.ILM
( ‘PITAL CHOP STAND,
IN' CAPITAL SALOON, BRIDGE STREET.
•'Bor A1.DER. PROPRIETOR.
l. FRESH oysters,
Hvli, Game, Etc.,'
Etc,, cooked to order, in the finest style cf the
culinary art, at all hours, DAY AND NIGHT*
FOR A FIRST-C LASS HEAL OK I I M II,
Go to the Capital Chop Stand, and see “ DOC.’
Winnemucea. October 1, 1ST'.). tf
NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING PI BL1C.
From Fort McDormit, Nev„
to Canyon City, Oregon.
On and after December 15, parties traveling
on the above line will be compelled to travef
part of the route on horseback, until further
For rates of passage or express matter apply to
J. F. Brown at Fort Fort McDcrmit of to
A. J. Shepard, Wnmemuoea.
JAS. F. BROWN k BUO„ Proprietors
And Managers WfiicDcnnlt Division;
FRUIT AND VARIETY STORE.
PABLO LAVEAOA, Proprietor.
The undersigned announce* to hi* friend* and
the public that he had enlarged the
ARIZONA RESTAURANT A VARIETY STORE,
Where he keeps on hand
A FULL STOCK OF GENERAL
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS
O. K. STAMPLEY, Proprietor.
THIS SPLENDID AND WELL KNOWN HO
tel has l>een thoroughly overhauled and re
p&iuted, and is second to none in the State.
Every convenience focsingle guests *r families.
Good rooms, clean beds, and pleasant parlors.
I* supplied with the best wine*, liquor* and
HtndqiiRrteH for Hnmboltrr*.
The traveling public will find the proprietor
lid Hou^ie O. K. augS 77 tf.
CHRIS. DIEHL, Proprietor]
(OPPOSITE COURT HOU8B.)
French Rolls, Square Loaves, Brown
Bread,Pies, Fakes. Doughnuts, Etc.
Always on hand and served to order fresh
froin the oven, in quantities to suit, in any
part of tow n.
FANCY AND OEN A MENTAL [CAKES
Made to Order.
Wedding takes a Specially.
Having purchased the City Bakery, I will
spare no pains to merit the patruuag' < f the
puMie. CHRIS. DIEHL.
Winnemueea, December 17, 1»7U. U
■TAMES (WI LD. J. L. O IKiNNBU,
MILL CITY FOUNDRY
We are prepared to fill all orders on the
shortest notice for all kinds of
CASTINGS AND MACHINERY
QUARTZ MILLS, HOISTING WORKS
GRISTMILLS. Etc., Etc., Etc
From all parts of the country will receive
The Highest Price Paid far
WOOD A\D COAL YARD !
In connection with my COAL BUSINESS, I
Sell Stove Wood,
Cut in any required length. I have erected
A Sum, that 1« Kim hy Water Power,
And can saw and deliver wood on very short
notice and at the lowest rates.
People w ill find it advantageous to have their
WOOD* SAWED AND DELI* EKED,
Ready for their stoves, and at no additional *
full NeafiBrrnienl then!
Best of Wood Kept On Band!
COAL AT I SEAL RATES s
§16 per ton delivered in small lots; §13 60 l>cr
ton ill ear loads delivered on cars.
K. W. WOOD.
Winnemueea. December 18, 1879. ti
HAY FOR SALE,
Until further notice we f*11 deliver hay in
Winnemueea on'can at ?10 per ton by the ctr
p a 1 H. C. MARKER tie CO.
Lovelock, Rev., Jan. 28, 1880. d
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