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~S. \V. Kusr. .s authorized to make collection*
or the SitTBK Statu and receipt for the game^
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STOCK REPORT.
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Wales 310c
N Belle Isle 35c
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Bee 80c
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J1 White 70 li>
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Belmont 3o 25c
Leopard 10c
MantiutUn loo 90c
Metallic 230 225c
a vonta 70 <Mc
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li ' le 105 110c
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Mt Potosi 17.5 ISOc
I’.ai'liti;; 35c
Bechtel 2
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Syndicate 140c
Belritlcre 3J0c
Black llatik 70c
S Standard 25<:
S Hulwer 115 110c
Noonday 35 3J
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Justice 100 165c 80
Alla 31 100
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Btiifin k 3
('cnfi.lence 7
Bullion 4i0c
Overman 205 200c
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B&tiy Bryan 45c
('aid! nia 110c
Filter Hi’I 80 35c
New Yurt 36c
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LOCAL HTEUiI^EXCL
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-February Term IK30 IV. <4. Itonnlflrlil
.Indfte.
The following business was ‘ransacted
in tlie District ('onrt Saturday :
In the matter of the application of
Fornione A tip. !o. to become a citizen of
tlie United Stni.e.8, witnesses were ex
amined, and t!.c implication granted. i
N. Levy vs. T nnes Kiliott: On
application of counsel for defendant,
plaintiff's counsel not being present, it
w as ordered ‘.’.it the matter be continued
until Saturday, March '27th.
George Ladd vs. Peter West, on ap
peal from Lake Township : This mat
ter was resumed on defendant's motion
to dismiss, and w;m argued by counsel,
and therea:ter submitted. The Court
granted said motion.
K. J. Akin vs. .1. S. Akin : Defend
ant was allowed until Saturday, March
2“th, to tile and serve pi adings.
Court adjourned until Saturday next.
I'nlnnt III*- Wole*.
J. M. Brown arrived here from
(Jnionville last evening. He siys
Lath lean’s mill has started up, and is
thought to ho doing good work. The
Van Do Water company have concluded
to sink a shaft to hoist ore through, and
have stopped crushing ore until the
shaft is completed. Heretofore the ore
had to be hoisted from the bottom of
the mine to the second level by a wind
lass, thence it was run in cars or wheel
barrows to a point from which it could
be raised to the surface by a donkey
engine. The new shaft will dispense
with the windlas work, as the ore can
lie raised through it from the deepest
l<arts of the mine to the surface by
steam.
The owners of the Lucky Dog mine
have made arrangements to have a lot
of ore worked at the Eagle mill, and
are now having it hauled.
There is nothing new to report from
the Arizona mine, and the mills which
it supply with ore are running as usual.
Atoybody mail her >;se wo are issuing
a price list at Lkvy A Co’s ? Eh ?
tnhll
TlW, PR«I>»KE» MlXlfa MW.
Amending the Blit to Prevent Poor
Men from Prospecting.
The Committee on Mines and Mining
in the House of Representatives, are
now considering the bill introduced by
Converse to change the mining laws in
accordance with the recommendations
of the Public Lands Commission. Only
one material amendment is reported as
having been presented to the Commit
tee, and that is to reduce the price of
mineral lands from $5 to $2,50 per acre
and to extend the time for applying for
a patent from one to two years. This
amendment has been agreed to by the
committee, making the section in re
ference to mining read as follows :
“A mining claim located after the
first day of September, 18S0, may equal,
but shall not exceed, a square of
feet on the side, and the same may lie
in any shajie, so that neither the length
nor breadth shall exceed 1,500, nor ag
gregate an area to exceed that of the
square hereinbefore first described.”
The section gives to the miner an area
of about 22 acres, but does not allow
him to follow his mineral beyond his
surface boundary lines. The members
of the committee declared that there
can he no prosperity in mining interests
until relief from litigation is offered,
and they believe that when a miner is
confined to his side lines there will be
no more litigation about mining claims
than there is about agricultural lands.
The square location will enable rich
men, if they are so disposed, to gobble i
up all the lain! supposed to contain val
uable mines in a district, as it is not
necessary, as under the present law,
that a ledge be found within the boun
daries of the claim prior to its location,
but to acquire title to the land, $50
must be paid the Government when the j
location is made, and $500 must be ex- ;
pended on each claim within two years
from the date of location, and at the |
expiration of that time a patent must
be applied for, and $2 50 an acre, be
sides the cost of proving title, paid for j
the land. I
H.ill Matter*.
Far thirty-rive days past and ending
yesterday, the mails sent from and
arriving at this station by rail, have
been weighed by the railroad company
and the mail agents for the purpose of
getting an average of what is sent and
received yearly. Jetre Nichols, who
attended to the weighing for the rail
road company, furnishes us with the
following figures :
Weight of mail matter received from
the West, 7,'*So pounds; weight of mail
matter delivered for tiie West, 1,1*42
pounds;Weight of mail matter received
from the East, 1,720 pounds; weight of
mail matter delivered for the E:ut,
031 pounds. The largest mail received
from the West on any one day weighed
3:12 pounds, and the smallest weighed
79 pounds.
Tramp! Trump!!
In “Tramp Abroad,” Mark Twain’s
latest and best work,the great humorist
delineates in his unique and inimitable
style the strange scenes he beheld and
adventures he passed through during
his tour in Europe, America and other
parts of the world. The book is brim
full of valuable information, running
over with brilliant satire, sjuirkliug
with wit, and laden with descriptions
philosophical, political and social
Twain interviewing Grant and Bis
marck, and his speeches delivered
on various occasions are pronounced by
our contemporaries as “ most beauti
fully sublime and ridiculous.” The
publisher’s agent for this book will give
all a chance to subscribe for the same.
The Weather.
A strong breeze blew clouds of dust,
which only the Humboldt valley can
boost of at this season of the year, over
| and through the town yesterday after
noon. Toward dark the wind subsided
and the weather wise predicted rain.
This morningThere was a slight sprink
bng of snow, not enough to lay the
dust, but the predicted rain has not yet
put in an apjiearauce.
Antimony Miippctl.
Fifteen tons of antimony ore were
shipped from Mill City to San FraueiscO
to-day. Antimony ore is now in de
mand at fair juices.
Anybody Mad?
Anybody mail because we have no
mottoes ? Eh?
mh9*--3t E. Reinhart k Co.
Lift (in Oir B<iriVr.
Captain Ja<0f Crawford’* great dra
matic combination is billed to appear
here on Saturday evening, March 27th,
in the realistic drama “Life on the
Border.” The play is intensely sensa
tional, the plot being laid in the Rocky
Mountains, among savages and griz
zlies. The papers in the western part
of the State, where the company is now
performing, speak well of the play and
the actors.
Admitted to t'ltizrushlp.
In the District Court yesterday For
nione Angelo, a native of Italy, wins ad
mitted to citizenship upon the evidence
of J. H. Job and David Oiroux, who
testified to his qualifications to become
such. He is an old resident of Para
dise Valley, and a sober and industri
ous man.
t'nttle Shipped.
Hoppin Brothers shipped to San
Francisco to-day five car-loads of fat
beef cattle.
SPECIAL LOCALS.
In flu* Whole History of Medicine
No prej orations lias ever performed
such marvelous cures, or maintained so
wide a reputation as Ayrk’s Cherry
Pectoral, w hicli is reeognizeil as the
world's remedy for all diseases of the
throat ami lungs. Its long-continued
series of wonderful cures in all climates
has made it universally known as a safe
and reliable agei.t to employ. Against
ordinary colds, which are the forerun
ners of more serious disorders, it acts
s(*ecd;ly and surely, always relieving
suffering, and often saving life. The
protection it affords, by its timely use
in the throat and lung disorders of
children, makes it an invaluable reme
dy to be kept always on hand in every
home. No jierson can afford to be
without it, and those who have once
used it never will. From their knowl
edge of its cotfiposition ami effects,
physicians use the Cherry Pectoral
extensively in their practice, and cler
gymen recommend it. It is absolutely
eertainun its remedial effects, and will
always cure where cures are possible.
mh20-ly-l
Brown's lloiisrholil Pan urea
Is the most effective pain destroyer in
the world: will most surely quicken the
blood whether taken internally or ap
plied externally, and thereby more cer
tainly relieve pa iff, whether chronic
or acute, than any other pain alleviator,
and is warranted double the strength
of any similar preparation. It cures
pain in the side, back or bowels, sore
throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is The (Ireat. Reliever of
Ruin. “Brows’s Household Pana
cea” should be in every family. A
teaspoonful of the Panacea in a tumbler
of hot water (sweetened, if preferred),
taken at bed-time, will break cp a
cold. 25 cents a bottle. jal3-ly
Much Slfkiics*
Uundoubtedly to cliildren, attributed
to other causes, is occasioned by worms, j
Broirns Vermifni/e Conijit*, or W orm
Lozenges, although effectual in destroy
ing worms, can do no jsjssible injury to
the most delicate child. This valuable
combination has been successfully used
by physicians, and found to bo abso
lutely sure iu eradicating worms, so
hurtful to children. Twenty-live cents
a box. jal3-ly
We < liallenee the W orld.
When we say we believe we have
evidence to prove that Shiloh's Con
sumption Cure is decidedly the best
lung medicine made, inasmuch as it will
cure a common or chronic cough, in one
half the time, and relieve Asthma
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough Croup,
and show more cases of Consumption
cured tliau all others. It will cure
where they fail. It is pleasant to take,
harmless to the youngest child, and we
guarantee what we say. Trice, 10 cts,
50 cts and $1. If your lungs are sore,
chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous
Plaster. Sold by C. A. LkSatssche,
Druggist. n7-eod
Opposition Is the Life of Trade.
Five loaves of home-made bread for
twenty-five cents. Fresh bread twice
a day, at the Depot Bakery, opposite
the Freight House. mhS
For .1 Weak stomach.
Call on Dr. Adolph C.kitznkr, the re
nowned New York caterer. He will
cure your ills at the Depot Restaurant,
for 25 cents and upwards. All the
delicacies of the season cooked to order,
at all hours. Fish and game constantly
on hand. utbh
'•IkrtfltdHANlJtei, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING/ETC.
REVOLUTION IN TRADES
LEVY & CO., WimUTCCA, NEVADA.
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WE HAVE TURNED OVER A NEW LEAF, AND ARE NOW
GOING TO SELL GOODS FOR
“SPOT CASH! AND NO TRASH!”
WHICH IS OUR MOTTO!
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Yon Can Get More Goods For Less Money
At omr store than at any establishment this side of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Before
purchasing elsewhere,
Call aid Examine Onr Stork I Or Send For onr Price Hit I
The article* we carrv being too numerous to mention, we win weekly quote prices of some of
our Goods for the benefit of our numerous friends and patrons.
DRY GOODS s
Snow-flake Ores* Goods, per yard.20 cts
Cordette Dress Goods, per yard.25 cts
Cashmeres, all colors.65 cts to 81.25
Heavy Snow-flake Waterproofs, double
width.-.61.00
Plaid for Children's Dresses, all wool.15 cts
Colored Canton Flannels, per yard.10 cts
Scotch Plaids, very nice, per yd.25 cts
Shawls, from.75 cts upwards
Undressed Kid Gloves.75 cts per j>air
Silk Handkerchiefs, from-... .25 cts to 61.50
Ladies' Hose, from.. .12J cts to £2.50 jfcr pair
Childrens' Hose, from.8 cts to 50 cts
Ladies' Belts.124 cts and 25 eta
Ladies Ties, from.12J to 50 cts
CLOTHING:
Business Suits.#10.00
Fine Business Suits. 14.00
Very Fine Business Suits. 18.00
Extra Fine Business Suits. 20.00
Dress Suits, from.#22.SO to 827.50
Canton Flannel Undershirts and Drawers,
75 cts each
Merino Flannel do. do., 50 cts each
Extra Merino da do. do., 75 ets each
Flannel do. do., 81.50 each
BOOTS All) SHOES:
Calf Boots, per pair. 13.50
Calf Boots, tap soles... 4.00
Ca f Boots, fine, per »>tir... 4.50
Calf Boots, extra, per pair. 6.50
We have Boots which we sell from #2.50 to
07.50 )>er pair, and guarantee the same to be as
good as any ever made.
Children's Shoes, from.75 cts to 81.50
hivfies Shoes, from.#1.25 to #4.00
Slippers, all kinds, at the lowest cash prices.
WE CARRY
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THE HEAVIEST STOCK 07 GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IN THIS COUNTY,
Comprising Everything To Be Had In A General Mcrehandise More.
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Call And See Vs! No Trouble For Is To Sbow Goods!
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If Ton Don't Bee What Ton Want, Ask For It l
LEVY & COM Proprietors Revolution Store.
Win nemoMarch IT), 1880. tf
And Why 1m It?
Why does everybody go to Levy k
Co's store for their goods ? Answer— j
Because that is the place to get goods
cheap for cash. mb 11
Align*! Flower.
The immense sale and great populari
ty of Green’s August Flower in all
towns ami villages in the civilized
world has caused many imitators to
adopt similar names, expecting to reap
a harvest for themselves at the expense
of the alHicted. This medicine was in
troduced in 180S, and for the cure of
dyspepsia and Liver Complaint, with
their effects, such as Sour Stomach,
Costiveness, Sick Stomach, Sick Head
ache, Indigestion, Palpitation of the
Heart, Vertigo, etc., etc., it never Ins
failed to our knowledge. Three doses
will relieve any case of Dyspepsia.
Two million bottles were sold last year.
Price, 75 cents. Samples, 10 cents.
Green's Atlas and Diary Almanac,
the most expensive free Almanac ever
published, sent free on receipt of a two
cent stamp. G. G. Green,
Woodbury, N. J., U. S. A.
■inane For Hale.
A dwelling-house on Third street,
situated back of Messrs. Levy’s store,
is offered for sale on reasonable terms.
For j>articillars, apply at this office,
mhl-tf
llrinriuber.
The Depot Bakery man delivers fresh
bread twice a day—five loaves for 25
cents—at any part of the town. mhS
W I no fur Brave Heart*!
At Frank Fellows’ Fashion Sample
Rooms can be procured the geuine im
ported Charles Heidsieck. tf
Free La ark
Don’t forget it boys! Free lunch
every night at A. D. Williams’—the
Palace Saloon.
The most popular and fragrant per
fume of the day, llacbnetack. Try it.
Sold by C. A. DeSausscrk, Druggist,
Winneuiucca, Nev. n7-eod
Fur (Jowl Bread,
Call at the Depot Baklry—five loaves
for twenty-five cents. mS
Wo You Itrltevr It.
That in this town there are scores of
persons passing our store every day
whose lives are made miserable by In
digestion, Dyspepsia, Sour and Dis
tressed Stomach, Liver Complaint and
Constipation, when for ?•"> cts we will
sell them Shiloh'* VUalizer, guaranteed
to cure them. Sold by C. A. DkSats
sfkk, Druggist. n7-eod
Onion scHk nud Grass Seeds.
Owing to the scarcity of Onion Setts,
and high price, F. 0. Robins has this
day secured a supply which will be
sold strictly for cash. Blue Grass, Al
falfa, White and Red Clover Seeds in
any quantity, for Cash. m8tf
GOOD Lii-OUT
FOR FARMERS!
MARKER BROTHERS, of Big Meadows,
OFFER TO RENT 5,000 Acres of Oood
Agricnlfnrnl Land. in lots of SO or 100
acres, to suit, Free of 4'burjcr, for one and
two years. Water for irrigating is already on
all the land. The land is all fenced.
For further particulars and information
apply at our ranch.
H. C MARKER A 00.
Lovelock. February 10, 1880. flt-3in
A MONTH GUARANTEED
912 a day at home made by
the industrious. Capital not
required; we will start you.
Men, women, boy* and girls make monev faster
at work for us than at anything else. The work
is light and pleasant, and such as any one can
go right at Those who are wise, who see this
notice, will send us their addresses at once and
see for themselves. Costly outfit and terms
free. Now is the time. Those already at work
are laying up large sums of monev. Address
TRUE k CO.
nl-Om Augusta, Main*.
~BI LLION TAX. ~
Notice is hereby given that the tax on pro
ceeds of mines tor the quarter ending Decem
ber 31st, 137U, is now due, and payable at my
ottice in the Court-house of the County of
Humboldt, ami that the laws for its collection
will be strictly enforced.
L. L. RICKARD, County Assessor.
Winneimicca, February 23, 1880 4w
A WEEK IN YOUR OWN TOWN,
and no capital risked. You can
give the business a trial without
expense. The best opportunity ever
offered for tliose willing to work. You should
try nothing else until you see for yourself what
you can do at the business we offer. No room
to explain here. You can devote all your time
or only your spare time to the business, and
make great pay for every hour you work.
Women make as much as wen. Send for spec
ial private terms, and particulars, which we
mail free. 95 outfit free. Don’t complain of
hard times while you have such a chance. Ad
dress H. HAIXKTT A CO.,
nl-Out Portland, Main*

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