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THE SILVER STATE.
Frida/.April f. »**•. i£.m>iT TIIAK1. A marked copy of the Schenectady, New York, Star, a stalwart Democratic paper, is received. It is uncompromis ingly opposed to the nomination of Til den for President, and devotes two of its broad pages to the publication of extracts from papers north, south, east and west, showing why Tilden should not be the Democratic nominee for President. These extracts show that it the papers from which they are quoted represent the sentiment of the Democracy in the sections where they are published, that Tilden has many uncompromising enemies in the Demo cratic party outside of New York City. Several southern papers, among them the New Orleans Picayune, one of the most conservative journals in the south,. «ay that if Grant is the Republican nominee he would carry three if not four southern States against Tilden. While there are many Democrats and Independents who sympathire with Tilden, not because of any personal lik ing for the man, but for,the reason that they believe he was elected four years ago, yet it is evideut that unless the breach in the Democratic party in New York is healed it would be folly to nominate him at Cincinnati. The Dem ocrats, to insure success, must find a candidate that will be acceptible to the party throughout the Union, auaF who will attract rather titan repel those who believe that for the- welfare of the coun try there ought to be a change in the national administration, and who are disgusted with the machine rule of Cockling, Canierori & Co:, who are de termined by the power of the inaehine to foist Grant upon the party for a third term against the protests of the: best elements of the Republican party. A BISK ftlANBEK. The Virginia Ehterprise, in at heavy editorial on the Presidential question, says “Grant is satisfactory .to fvejcy lover of the Union.” What drivel this is from the great corporation organ of Nevada. There are plenty of men in Nevada, and in this community who like the Union as well as Sharon & Co>. of the Enterprise Publishing Company,, who would not vote for Grant for a third term so long as there is a Union man in the field against him far Presi dent. The Enterprise irea spirit of toady ism, when Grant was on the Comstock, accomjtanied by that great public bene factor, Sharon, pledged the vote of the Republican delegation from Nevada to Grant; but it will find it hard work to deliver the goods. Certainly such twaddle as that above quoted will not assist it very materially. Every intel ligent person in the State knows that fully three-fourths of the Republicans in the State are for Blaine first, and Washburn next, for President, and that very many of them would not vote for Grant if Conkling, Cameron and’ the other machine men succeed in nomina ting him. It is a base slander on the citizens of Nevada, nearly all'of whom ever were, and all of w hom we hope to day are, lovers of the Union, to say that those to whom Grant is not accepta ble as a third term candidate are dis loyal. Suits Lave been entered-in the Uni ted States Circuit Court in Carson*, by the United States, against J. W. Hay nie & Co,, for something over $7!f,000j and against the Eldorado Wood! and: Flume Company (Yerrington & Co.); lor $12,000 for cutting wood on govern ment land. J. C. Hagertnan, of Reno, is men tioned as a probable delegate to the Democratic National Convention. The tjazette says he has expressed no pref erence for any candidate, but is for the man w ho can carry the election, and he thinks it is a little premature to name him. During Blackburn’s sj>eeeh in the House on the Star service, he sent to the Clerk’8 desk and had read' a> letter Irom J. D. Carr, of California, an old mail contractor, to the effect that the Star service was managed in a w ay that led to the most reckless and unnecessa ry expenditure of public money. Another skirmish has taken place be 4ween the Cossack pickets and the Chi nese troops on the Kuldja boundary, i Following in the namber of vates re ceived by each candidate at the election for Freeholders in San Francisco : The average vote for the Citizens’ Protect ive Union ticket is 111,022, and for the Workingmen’s, 11,676, giving an aver age majority for the former o! 7,346. Citizens’ Charter candidates: S. M. Wilson, 19,166; Colonel J. P. Hoge, 19,000; M. M. Estee, 18,6.10; Charles Kohler, 18,958; R. C. Harrison, 19, 061; A. S. Hallidie, 18,868; T. B. Bishop, 19,126; T. J. Bergin, 19,262; A. Compte;. Jr., 19,072W. Bartlett, 18,744 ; J. M. McDonald, 19,190; J. M. McNulty, 19,135; Isaac Wormaer, IS, 799; M. P. Jones, 19,097, and J~ T. Boyd, 19,181. Workingmen r S. C. Hastings, 11,968; Thomas Ashworth, 11,040; Joseph O’Connor, 11,770?; Ali gn^ Tillman,, 11,780 ; Wm. Broderick, 12,282* J.’fc. feibbion, 11,483 ; J. O. B. Kennedy, 11,462; J. K. Hidlips, 11, ,W3 ;: M. J. Kelly, 10,971 ; A. C. Tay lor, 11,411; J. J. McMahon, 11,420; Hugh Curran, 11,619; 1*. Swift, 11,463; D. Skerrett, 11,366,. and J. C. Pennie, It1,061. The Committee of Twenty-one ap pointed by the Democratic Union of New York City to devise k,he heat plan for bringing about a un'oa Between Tammany and auti-Tammaiiy Demo* orate met last evening and appointed) a sub-committe of live cab upon the two existing Democratic organizations of this city and invite each of them to appoint a sub-committee to meet the committee in conference; for the pur pose of devising a plan to lecure the election of a united reprcscitation the Democratic party of the city of New York as delegates in the coming convention. The sab-<t»mmitcee of the House Committee on Pacific Railroads, who were instructed by the full committee *to*inquire into the alleged contract be tween the Pacific Railroads and the Pamfic Maif Steamship Company, have not prepared their report npc« the sub ject, but it is understood tharf; they will take the-ground that while such a con tratet-would be olmoxious to received tenets and precedents of common law, thV almost universally changed condi tions upon which commercial transac tions are based, just.fy a radical depar ture from former precedents. |n an altercation in a dance house at £n4ie Samuel Black was shot and dan gerously wounded by Jesse Pierce. The difficulty was caused by Pierce assault ing a hurdy girl named Kittle Welles, who was defended by Black. The for mer is a gambler and the latter waj lately a-deputy constable. At Omaha, Nebraska, John Downs, aged 22,. and Willie Johnson, aged 9, died' yesterday afternoon in great agony from eating wild parsley. A third,, boy, Charles Titue, who was out with them, and also at» of it, will re cover. At Leadville F. A. Prentice shot ami killed L. 0. Dixon, while engaged in a quarrel growing out of alleged insult offered by Prentice- to a lady whoir Dixon was escorting home. George Wilson Drake; of Marshal: county, Kansas, was murdered for hit money by tramps, in front of the Brig ham Yoimg Beehive House, in Salt Lake City, on Wednesday night. The public debt statement will show a reduction of ten millions for March. The Internal Revenue receipts were nine millions. NOTICE. A HERT1NG OF THE DEMOCRATIC'CEN TRAL COMMITTEE ot Humboldt Countv, Nevada, will we held at the otti.-e of A. W. FISK, in Wiruiemueca, on TUESDAK EVEN INC. April Oth, 1880, for the pur|KMte of trait*' acting important business. All members, and others lnurrested, are re quested to attend. Order To Show Cause. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the Stat • of Nevada, in and ror the Count/ of Humboldt, in the matter of the es tate <>f IV. II. LISSNER, deceased: Rich W. Lewis, tiie Administrator of the estate of W. II. Ltosner, having tiled his peti tion herein duly verified, pruving for an oriler of sale of the real estate of said decedent, for the purposes therein set forth, it is therefore ordered by tile said Court that all persons in terested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said District Court on Wednesday, April 14, 1880, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court room of said District Court, at the Court-house in said town of Winneniucea, County of Humboldt, to show cause why an older should not be granted to the aaid Administrator to sell the real estate of said deceased at public auction; and that a eopv of this order be published at least four success ive week* in the Silvkr Statu, a daily news paper printed and published in said town and «OUnts. Winnenmeca, April 1, 1880. A. W. FISK, chairman. 1, 1880. td Attest: (Dated) Marcl Ptwk MnrfrlWk A new shipment of groceries just » cerred by C. C»rnowkth, at hi» «ajh store, where bis customers tuay now ! purchase seven pounds of brown or si* | pounds of white sugar for one dollar, with the satisfaction of knowing that he has no antiquated goods, shopworn or defunct, to bring to the front and i shove under their noses to excite fl»eir i pity to buy them in return for the favor ! of selling- his sugar on so small a aiar For * Weak SMniaob, Call on I)r. Adolph QhirzxKR, the re nowned New York caterer. He wiifl cure your ills at the D«p*t Hestaumirt,. for 2f> cents and upwards^. All the delicacies o4 tlm season cOoksd to order, at all hours. Fish and game.-constantly j on hand. ndi8 NJtfVV TO-DAY Fever and Ague.. The true antidcto to the effectwof miasma is Jlos tetter's Stomach Bitters. This medicine is one of ther-most popular remedies of an. age of success!d proprietary specifies, and is in im mense' demand wherever on this continent fever and ague exists. A wine-glassful three times a day is the best possible preparative foe (jicountering a malarious atmosphere, regulat ing the liver, and invigorating the stomach. For ante by all Pwggiats and Dealers gener ally M. DsiiBA.xco, E. Bkimumv E. RIINH4XT & CO NEW GOOB8! NEW OOODS! AT LOW PRICES! We have no old trash to offer at reduced rates, but we are now receiving our NEW SPRING STOCK r ' Which is Being carefully selected, and which WE OFFER AT BOTTOM PRICES! NO NEEO OK SENUI.NO AWAY. WE HAVE SO MOTTO E S : But our principles are Fulr*an«l Htinortkrr Den I Inga With everybody. ^ Call and See F # J E. RKIMIi&T * CO. Winnemucca, March 20, 1SS0. if tool) LAY-OUT F O It F A K M E It S l MARKER BROTHERS, of Rig Meadows OFFER TO RENT Acres «r «.„„d Agrlrullurnl land, in Iota of M) or i<x» acres, to suit, Free of thurpr, for one gndl two years. Water for irrigating is already oil all the land. The land is all fenced. E< r further particulars and information apply at our ranch. H. 0 MARKER* CO. Lovelock, February 10, IbSO. tit 3ui •ODD' FELLOWS' ANN3V KRSfcABY. -t-t -*■+ ( Jt -»-:■-+■ -i +++W++4-t+-M-V4-++ ++-M-+ + + +++ +♦♦J + 4 ++: i. o. •* F. £++ + +++.♦+++ HH + t+ttt++ + + ++ + THE ANNIVERSARY —OF THE— Introdhrlfon of thr I. •. O. Fi ne THK UNITED STATES, * I / WILL BE CELEBRATED IN WINNEKUCCA, ir.\ i >' > WONDAT, APSIL. MID, IHM, ' i * UNDER THE AUSPICES OF ,.it / Humboldt Lodge, No* 1C, or wiwiiitci. < ___ — p WOC ESS I ‘H N .— MARSH At.—MAJOR J. R. SABIXI!. All members of the Older in (rood standing m-ill meet at Odd Fellows' Hall at 1 o’clock p.m., where they will Aimed iate’y form in proces sion, and, preceded by the Band, will march through the principal streets of the town, and proceed to Centennial Ball: o onooooonooooonoonoooonoooo g -1 ORDER OF EXERCISES:: j S OOOOOOOOOOOOO.XSIOOOOOOCMIOO d 1—Calling the Imdge tr. order, by the I’rejw dent of the day, S, S. Grass. 2 Openin' Ode, by the (infer. 3— Prayer, by the Chapaim 4 Quartette, by tho CFIoir. 5—Oration, bv J. H. McMillan. IF-Song, by the Glee Club. 7- -Closing Ode, by the Order. 8- Benediction, by the Chaplain. Tlic procession will then reform, and inarch to Odd Fellows' HjH. ++ + + + +++♦♦* Ac + + + ♦■ ♦ ♦ + ♦ + ♦• + ♦++• ♦ o; GRAND R A L L T Ih the evening a Grand Ball will be given by tile Order, AT (EXTKHMIL IIIIX. romui litre »f Arrangements t. Jonathan Fulton, George Turrittin,. InilfnMon Committee r All members of the Order in good standing Ki'rrpIlM t mu milt co i Dwight Hadley, D. Milarkcv, L. L. Rickard. fl. A. Krcnkle, C. Q. Calmer, F. XaraiMcee, C. A. DoOtussure,. J. E. Sabine. Hour IHsrili.rt L. L. Rickard i* Fluor NiuisitrRa i Ferd. P«H, D. J. HaOlev Christum Rachtold, feo. F. Turrittin; AV. 8. H'lae, Hour Keeper t J. Fulton. rrsupi'Eit at the central hotel. rickets (including hiijcht).oo (iood Music has been engaged (or the occa sion. Dancing vvjl commence at 9 o’cWk r. it., sharp. mhai-td Trr— RAILROAD FEED AND KALE STABLE. UPPER WIJWHMUCCA.’ ' The mort convenient and cmnfortibla Stable in V. umemueca. The Projector w ill *paru no Paine tu ^ve satisfaction t < freighter* ami other* who may favor him witSl their patronage A good supply of the best HAT ANTV GRAIN To be found in the markets HAVE ALWAYS ON II \NI» A REGULAR J01IKING W AGON Running to and from the i>ej>ot. Alborder* for hauling promptly attended kn In connection with the Staide 1 hare a complete stock of LUMBiCR OF ALL KINDS. t*ua»i»ting in part of IMldlng and Pence Lumber, l’oet*, Shingle*, Shake*, l'oor*, Window-blind., Picket*, Moulding*, Ac, K. XARAMORE, Proprietor. TEELS MB SALE. . tBEKS Kon SALK AT THE SONOMA RANCH, in lot* to unit. Price* from hi V lit* to fl 00 each, according Pi size. Thcne trie* uic adapted to the noil and climate of cntral Nevada. Order* by mail promptly filled, rend orders before April 10th .... . JOHN GUTHRIE. W inneir.ueea, Martii 21, isbo. 2w Republican PrfaartM t - At f meeting of the Republican Central Cum. mlttei of Humboldt County, held on Monday, Marct 22, ISaO, it was ordered that niMill ELECTIOKft ME HELD In ewh and every Election Precinct in the County, (in taiarilii), April iMh, IHW, Bet,win the hour* of 2 o'clock r. M. and 9 o’clodi r. *t, of said day, for the purpose of electhg FIVE DELEGATES to the state Coa~ CltCLJlJ^ ! -.. " -- ventbn, to In? h«Ut at Austin on the 11th tiay of Mav, -ailed for tho purjxm*; of Electing Delegatee to tic Kepul'licati National Convention, to be held n Chicago, June 2d, U*»>. it was furtlier orderod that Delegate') be elbctel at large by the qualified ltepu iUen electrpi of the whole county. It vas further ordered that the voters of each Preeiirt choose Inspectors of Elections, airl the Inspuitors choose Clerks, and that the return* In erwh Precinct lie sent to the (,’hairnieii of the: Couity Centra) Committee, by mail or express, vwitbki three days after the holding ot sui«P It vras ordered that the following tent \ o fe quirsd of each and every voter: “That he pledgm hiin<elf to supjiort the nominee, of the Chicago National Convention for President." S. S GRASS, Chairmen. TFinnemucca, March 23, UhfO. td TEE “FASHION” LIVERY, FEED AND SALE S—T—A—H—L—E>—! Bridge Street, Winnemuoca, Nevada. L. L. KICK4KD... .Proprirlsr.. LIVERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES T. At Rraownnhlr Kales. ELEGANT TIRNOFTS* trouble ornin^lo, can always l>«procured. Hnriwi Biuinlnl by tin* Ihiy. Meek, nr Moutk. X-*y Horsei Bought and Sold. 15* Mark Horses for Sale at Reasonable Kates. Day an( GJraiii For Sale! r?rPassengers and freight conveyed; to all parts of the country. •ally Kluge Knni fi» Pi»mdl*e Mine*. Winnemueca, March 23, IdSO. *J C. € H EHOVETH, w/xx km roc a , .vrid da. I'afth Store, at Bottom Pricct£ NEWS DEPOT! DEALER IN Dimka, Ktnllouery. >ew* Mailer,. Light Literature, ICInuk. Hooks, legal Hlanlit, of all kinds. Picture* and Music, SCHOOL S i; P PLIES, Xff Toys, Nov stole* and Fancy Notions, "ti'. 4ITLLUY AMI JF.WEUV, I’umUhinj llocxl* and Toilet Article* FAMILY GROCERIES -AS 0 p—R—0—V—I—8—I—to—N—S-E . Fresh Canned Goods, Tolstcon, Ci^nra, Pipe*. Nuts, Candies, Oirccn and Dried Fruit*, and Guritwti nml fir*** Seed*. *!rOrders*hrotu the country i*romptly filled Wi* C. OllLNOtVETll. U January 2W, MviO. I n. no m i.v MKALKR IN aT5NBR|AL M K Rt' HAND! S B' Jt Liswuii Diwi 'it ro* Cam. KETAUio iri’MIV KlSfH, I> K A I, K II IN Winrs, Liquor* and finarv ——AI>A r —’ The Chnlrril It rn lids ofKrrr. ^.. u OfTOHITK TIIK OMTltT IIOl’ftB. Wlnncnmeca, November 15, 1879, 16-tf Wild CiooNc Stork. All fHTftf.ii* owning Share# of Capital Stor* in the W1W Gone# Mining Coni]*ny, are re qncsU'.t to i«ll »t inv ntfli'v ivt once ami reuei** an>i receipt for Certificates thereto. .1. II. JOB, Seereterjr. Wiiiiiawucua, March 23, isso.