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THE SILVER STATE.
Friday...April »3, ISSO.
now H.itMicHiicm htamw.
Eastern exchanges containing full re
ports of the Massachusetts Republican
State Convention show that Blaifte was
nowhere or anywhere else in the Con
vention. Grant had quite a following,
and Sherman was ahead of the Maine
candidate, but Edmunds of Vermont
• e .ceedel ad three in the proportion of
about three to one. The Convention
consisted of 1,100 delegates from all
parts af the State, and was convened
for the purpose of electing four dele
gates at large to the Chicago Conven
tion. Four ex-Govemors, Boutwell,
Banks, Rice and Claflin, led the Grant
men and tried to sweep the Convention,
but their speeches oily provoked a
louder anti-tl.ird term response. The
Grant and Blaine men combined their
forces, while the Sherman men, be
lieving that E hounds would not be a
candidate before the Chicago Conven
tion and that Isis vote would go to their
mvorite, voted for Edmunds d legates.
Snne of the speakers asses toil that the
moral influence of Massachusetts had
tolled Blaine in the National Convention
four years ago, assd that ;t would do so
again. Resolutions were adopted de
m mding candidates for President and
Vice-President, who would not put the
party on the defensive, and obligating
t le delegates to use all proper efforts
for the nomination of candidates who,
li.viug tfte requisite qualifications for
the high ofliees, will also have the con
fidence and approval of all who have
hitherto ao ed with the Republican i
party. George F. Hoar, C. E. Cod
man, John E. Sanford and Julius E.
Se9lye, President of Amherst College,
were elected delegates by overwhelming
m ijorities, and each and all of them are
Opposed to Grant and Blaine.
■ . • •
TILUDVS KAK’L.
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The Virginia Enterprise has an arti
cle on Tilden’s bar’l of money, in which
ic is intimated that the defrauded Pres
ident has secured conti ol of several
prominent newspapers in Nevada,
which are to be used to give him tie
appearance of strength, for the elect it
may have on other parts of the country.
Toere are only three very prominent
newspapers in Nevada, and they are j
the Virginia Enterprise, the Virginia
Chronicle, and the Eureka Sentinel. ;
As tlie Enterprise is supplied unspar
ingly from the bungs of the Virginia
and Truck.ee Railroad and the Nevada
Bank’s bar’is, it is not likely that it re
quires any nutriment from Tilden’s.
‘‘The several prominent newspapers”
are therefore reduced to two, ami there !
is no evidence whatever that they' arc 1
subsidized by Tilden. In the Presi
dential campaign of 187Gtbe Enterprise i
and other corporation papers in Nevada
had much to say about the lav is! mesa !
of T ilden in money matters, an l
charged that he had sent a full bar’l to I
Nevada; yet tne Silvek State knows, |
and can prove, that neither the Demo- ]
cratie State Central Committee or any- j
body else paid a dime for the political
a iVertisemants published i:i its columns
by the said State Central Committee. !
it Tilden ever sent a bar’l or any part '
o'. a bar'l of money to Nevada, not one
cent of it ever reached Humboldt; yet
this county gave him a clear majority
of 12d votes out of a total vote of less
than %C.
t;ld:;n ninusv (o\n\.
mvs
The Tilden and anti-Tilden Conven
tions were held at Syracuse, New York,
List Wednesday. The Tilden Conven
tion eulogized Tilden, and denounced j
the elevation of Hayes to tiie Presi
dency, and elected the following dele
gates at large to tl.e National Conven
tion: Lucius Robinson; Calvin E.
Pratt, Rufus W. Peekhaiu. Alternates,
Win. Henderson, James F. Starbuck,
K. R. Hart, R. A. i'armeier.
The Tammany Convention adopted
resohit: ms declaring Tdden’a nomina
tion fatal to the party and treason to
the cause of the people. An address to
the Democracy of New York was
adopted denouncing'Tilden as a }>erson
alism false to, Democracy and danger
ous to toe Republic, and. declaring him j
putit for oili.ce and sure of defeat. 1 no
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following delegates at large to the Na- I
tional Convention were elected: A J.
Parker, \V. Porsheimer, J. MeGurse, ;
and J. C. Green. Alternates, 1. \V. '■
McConihe, E. T. Wood, J. S. Coarse
and A. S. Page. j
The Virginia Chronicle says a pri- ;
vate dispatch from New York, received
in Virginia City, says a fearful accident
occurred night before laat at Mad son
Square Gardens. An art exposition '
was being held in the immense buibing
and there were a great many visiters.
Suddenly the roof fell in and crushel a
lumber of piersons to death. The dis- j
patch stated that twenty dead bodies
Lid already been removed. The num
ber of injured was very large.
"he storm on Sunday night destroyed
the town of El Paso, in White county, j
Arlansas, due north of Little Rock
thirty miles; several lives are reported
lost. The latest advices show that the
storm on Sunday night was wide
spread. In the northern part of the
State, in the neighborhood of Fayette
ville and I ardanellos, much damage
was done and loss of life is reported.
At El Paso Dr. Hainston and wife and
Mr. Paui, wife and fonr children were
killed. .
The btest advices from Texas
county, Mo., say that the town of Lick
ing has bam entirely destroyed, except
ing three houses, by Sunday night’s
storm, three hundred persons being
rendered hwmeless, one life lost and 17
persons wounded, five of them serious
ly. The damage is fully $50,000. The
tornado did immense injury to all kinds
of property in the country.
A Mason Valley rancher, a French
man named J. P. Pareut, who was driv
ing a foui-horse team, attempted to
cross the railroad track in front of a
train that was pulling out for Virginia
City, yesterday. The engine dashed j
into the team, killing the driver and
two horses and smashing the wagon!
into kindling wood.
A grand philological fcto or polyglot
academy was held at the Vatican in
honor of the exaltation of Pope Leo
XIII. The diplomatic body, nobility,
arch-bishops, etc., were presented, j
Scholars of the propaganda recited
poems in forty-nine different languages
extolling the Pope.
The Virginia City Democratic Con
vention nominated J. (’. Currie for
Mayer, (leorge Brown for Chief of Po
lice, Jolai A. Mah'anuy for City Tax
Collector, J. B. Mallon for City Treas
urer, D. A. Moriarty for Assessor, and
R. B. Mitchell for City Attorney.
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It is announced that Frederick A.
Tritle, of Virginia, City, is a candidate
for United States Senator to succeed
Sharon, of California. 31r. Tritle is a
Repr.’ iican, but lie is a resident of the
State, and not, so fur as is known, in
league with the monopolies.
uasumv in rmi rwn it—
SPECIAL LOCALS'.
L«m>K lirrv!
Levy (*; Co. aie opening to-day tho
largest and most complete stock of dry
goods, buttons and clothing to be found
hi tiu: State. It will bo worth money
to you to call and see them, and get
prices. They are determined not to bo
undersold. Fresh goods arriving daily.
Lkyv L Co.
Fresh 1. revert vs.
A new shipment of groceries just re
ceived by C. Cuexoweth, at his cash
store, where 'his customers may now
purchase seven pounds of brawn or six
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
shove under their noses to excite their
pity to buy them in return for the favor
of selling Ids sugar on &o small a mar
gin. mhdO-tf
N'o SK‘vv,uion I *vcl.
It is strange so many people will con
tinue to suder day after day with Dys
pepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, and General Debility,
"hen they can procure at our store
ISJuloh'•>' I U (/ wr, five of cost if it docs
not cum or nhevo them. Price, 7r> cts.
Sold by C. A. DkSats.su re, Druggist,
lld-eop
Fur Strut.
A house containing four rooins, par
tially furnished, on Fourth street. For
terms, apply to
a7-lw S. \V. Rasa.
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SPECIAL LOCALS.
Hall'* Vrsrlnltlr Mi'ilimi Hair fit'
newer is a scientific combination of
some of tho most poverful restorative
agents in the vegetable kingdom. It
restores gray hair to ts original color.
It makes the scalp wkite and clean. It
cures dandruff and tumors and falling
out of the hair. It firnishes the nutri
tive principle by whidi the hair is nour
ished and supported It makes the
hair moist, soft and {lossy, and is un
surpassed as a hair dressing. It is the
most economical pnparation ever of
fered to the public, ai its effects remain
a long time, makingonly an occasional
application necessaiy. It is recom
mended and used In eminent medical
men, and officially indorsed by the
State Assayer of Massachusetts. The
popularity of Ha el’s Ken ewer has in
creased with tho tea: of many years,
both in this country and in foreign
lands, and it is now known and used iu
ail the civilized comtries in the world.
ly-5
1 Wfeb Every lx*iy to know.
Rev. George H. Thayer, an old citi
zen of this vicinity, known to every one
as a most influential citizeu and a Chris
tian minister of the M. E. Church, just
this moment stopped at our store to
say: “I wish everybody to know that I
consider that both myself and wife owe
our lives to Shiloh'* Contum/Aion Cura."
It is having a tremendous sale over our
counters, and is. giving perfect satisfac
tion in all cases of Lung Diseases, such
as nothing else has done.”
Pus. Matchktt & Franck.
Bourbon, Tint., May 15, 187S.
Sold by C. A. DkSacsscre, Druggist.
nS-eop
Frciii-rii lisUiti’s 3ecr.
I have secured the agency for Fred
ericksburg Beer in this town, and this
beverage, which exhilarates but does
not intoxicate, is always on tap at the
Brewery Saloon, opposite tlie Court
house.
ap"-tf Henry Busch.
For lame back, aide or chest, use
Shiloh's Porous Plotter. Price ;5 cts.
Sold by C. A. DkSaiy.-vurk, Druggie*,
W iunemucca, Nev. n8-eop
Innciicv
And tables set for weddings, picnics,
ball’s arnl parties, at short notice, at the
Depot Bakery ami Restaurant, opposite
the Depot. alOtf
Elusion K.-i :.*-<« IIidiih
And Brown Bread, a; all times, at
D(X.’s LcstH Stand. fa-tf
I rre LhiiiU
Don’i? forget it boys! Free lunch
every ni 'hfc at A. D. Williams’—the
Palace Saloon.
NEW TO-DAY.
PEOPOS^U Wi>TEO.
NOTICE IN liE'lt&K GIVEN, THAT
Scaled Propoxate for the
Erection <>! t: Wooden JSrltJEc
Across the IDiei >o',dt river in ft ye Patoh Hoad
DLtiirt, Humboldt County, Nevada, at or near
Ky* Patch station, wLl iie received by the
Heard of Count) c..i;ciix.-ione » ot iJmuooidt
County, up to and including
Irid.i), Haj tils, ItfSO,
At 12 o'.-lock s., at the County Clerk’s offlvs ii»
Kui i county.
Contract, i s n-u.it fnrtjth all material*, and
enter into contra-,-t with tbo Board to perform
the work in actor-- -i •* with the plan ami
speciftcatiuna now cti Hie at the Clerk’* office,
and inu-it execute a bona -the same to 1a- fixed
by the ii -ar-: of County C ntmissioners, and tu
be approved bv x..id Board, for a faithful com
pliance with the terras of the contract.
The Board will meet on Frida'., May 7th, at
1 o’clock p. m., to ojh.-ii and consider said bids
ami proposals.
The Board reserves the right to reject any
and all bi-ls.
Hv order of the Board of County Commis
sioners.
J. H. JOB, Clerk.
Wiriticuincea, April 23, V>*>. t»l
%
l ever juirl Agar.
The tme antidote to the ef!t<:of miasma is
Hostetter's Stomach liitters. This medicine is
one of the most popular remedies of an age ol
succeviful proprietary specifics, and is in im
mense demand wherever on this continent
fever and ague exist s A v. ine glassful throe
times a day is the best possible preparative for
encountering a ma'arlous atmosphere, regulat
ing the liver, and invigorating the stomach.
Fo salt iy all Druggist# and Dealers gener
ally.
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HOOD AXD COAL YARD !
In connection with my COAL BUilltBSS,
will
Sell Stove Wood,
Cut in any required length. I hare erected
A Saw, tliat la Hun by Water fewer.
And con saw and deliver wood on very short
notice and at the lowest rates.
People will find it advantageous to hare their
SAWED AND DELIVERED,
Ready for their stoves, and at no additional,
expense.
Full Measurement AlveiI
Rest of Wood Kept On Rand!

COAL AT rSCAL RATES t
816 per Pm delivered in sn all lota; 414 60 per
j ton in car loads delivered en ears.
n. w. woods.
] Winnemucca. December 18, 1STJ. tf
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OXE i*RM£ STORE.
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BAKKISTER aV WEYIILRLY
PROPRIETORS,
Will keep constantly on hand a large and we
| selected stock of
F A M i L Y 0 ROCKR1IB,
.
Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Butter, l<gs, Canned
ami Dried iruiiSs Carmed Vegetable
Wines, and Liquors, Tinware, Etc., Etc., E9e
CALIFORNIA AXD TROPICAL IRCITS
GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS.
Oreen, Dried & iaimed Fraitu,
BoOtS,
Shota
Fancy Goods,
Cutlery
Tobacco,
Pines.
All of which will be sold at the very lowest
price for CASH. Call and see fur yourseL*.
BAN'tlbTKK A WETHERLY.
Wiruiamucta. Mar< h 2, IcteO. tt
I _ ' * “
N#TIt i: TO THE TRATELITCi PI BUC.
I
STAGE LINE.
From Fort VS«-l>erniit, Nev.,
to Canyon City, Oregon.
| On and after December 15, parties traveling
on the above line will t« emptied to travel
part of the route on horseback, untJ furthix
notice.
For rites of passage or express matter apply *e
J. K. Frov. i. at bu t Port ilcDermit or tc
A. J. Shepatd, Wuinemurca.
J AS. K. DROWN 4 DhO., Proprietor*
And Maiis/cr. of AicDcriuit Diunon
iil2 tf
IV. F. STEVENS,
.
BRIDOa BTRKKT,
WINNKlIl'CJC'A, N »v.
CHEMICALS, VARNISHES, PA NTS, COLORS,
Window plans, Oils, Toilet \ Widen, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, Drashe.,, Stationpry, and
I Tobacco.
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
For Medical u,»e
tg" Prescriptions Carefuliy Ccmif^onded
V. F. S'OiTIUIg.
Winnemucea, Oeto! er 8. Is78.
•_ . .
‘•FASHION'”
LIVERY, FELD AND HALE
8—T-A—B-L-E-!
bridge Street, W’umemucca, Neruda.
L. L. KU klkl). rruyritter.
LIVERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES!
At Its’iiMiiiiihlc Units.
ELEGANT T I R N OUTS,
Double or single, can always be procurtxl
Horse* Boartlt d by the Daj, Wcch
or >!<>*< ?<.
/tS” Horse* Bought and Sold.
I.Vil Stuck liuesc* iar Sale, at Rwutonahlo
Kali*.
Hay and Grain For Sale!
t'T Pawcrigers a»i-l h eight conveyed to *11
parts of the country.
Unity static linns to I* nr a ill sc Mine*.
lYinneiuucca, Starch 2d, lbsu. tj
HENRY EIIHGU,
DEALER 1N
Wines Liquors and Clears,
T' * ■* ALSO*——
—^Tltfl’h«lr«kl Brand* ul'Iircr.
OPPOSITP. Tint COURT HOUHI.
MMouetnueca, November IS, 1879. U-tf
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ODD FELLOWS’ ANNIVERSARY,
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THE ANNIVERSARY
— OF THE—
Introduction of tli^ I. o. O. F.
IN THE UNITED STATES,
WILL BE CELEBRATED IN V. INN EM l CCA,
wo yd tv, ireu tavh, isso,
CNDEI! THE ACSPICKS OF
Humboldt Lodge, fto. i«y
of Hiv.vi:iiS(;c.i.
-PROCESSION .
MARMUL J. Y. SABIN*.
All members of the Order ii> ,'ood standing
will met at Oh: Felli,-.'s' L, II at 1 oYke-k
w) «re they will innnftdiate'y form in proeir
•ton, e 11.1, prn.edfi tv tin d, will nia*vlj
through the principal «rrecta of the town, and
prove.*! to Centennial Hail.
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- « ORDER OF EXERCISES: 5
C C
C'MX/0<WKX*.K»00000 XX) *
1— Cal -.l' the lexl^e to ori’rr, by the Prcsi
• tent of tin tin;,, R. R. l.rvta.
2 Opening Ode tv the <ler.
2— Pm ,-er, hy fit Chaplain. 4
4—Quartette, hy tho Choir.
6— Rea ii&if of Poem. h> '-li.-tr biuiiia Linn,
ft Oration, hy J. fi, McMillan.
’7—Ren:', hy the Ob e Clrft.
B—OJe sir* Ode, by »i <: Or le'
{9-—JieiK-ijivtiiMi, h\ tf'.o chit, '.hit.
The r>ro-.v.*s n « dl then inform, and march
to Odd Fellows' Hail.
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In 'h* evening a (Irr.n i En’I will he given t*y
the Order,
AT lIATIAHtl HUT.
t'i«n*w*!lf*-e of Arrnn;oR)rnt4i
J'.fiatli in ' nit n, <• T nrittir,
Dw ight il.idli D. }'■ ■ .rkev,
I. I..
Invltsitlon I Ainuil'irr «
All mo..l.ei i of tl f < i.'it i . good standing
Krfiftl'in torn ulffw
0. t Krt i,l>, H. N -un
C. C. Hah.it v, ('. \ DoS.eisture,
J. K. fatnne.
Floor IMrorlitri
l. f.. h:<*u-iI
S !«s»r Manns t* :
Ken!. Poll'. <■ K Territtin
B. J. Uadl.'V. " ' Hunt',
» hr'.sti. n IVin htold,
Ho«>r XrojMTi
J. l ulu.n.
t?! filTPER AT THE CEVTKAL HOTEL
Ticket* (ini In f n r M'f.)*:r).tjlft Ml
Good Music has l een eiig.igoil for the ocuv
sion.
Dan-.log will commence at 9 o'clock r. *
aharji. . mh2(S-td
C. C II R ^ O n E T II ,
W1 VA ESti'CCA, A E VADA.
Pash Store, at Hot turn Prices]!
A E W S I? E POT!
I’KtLKR IV
Bftoln, Miilisnrry, \rwi Mutter,
J.iitNf 1 Itcrati-re, Rlnuk,Hooka,
It'SHl h!nuk*, of nil UitilK,
l>,rinrM mill Rndr,
SCIMi O L S r P I' U K s „
i ir T r*. Novelties ami Fanny Notion*, T54
t vri.nn ui» jhtkikv,
Furnish.i.j Goods awl Toiht Articks
FAMILY (.ROfESlEM
——ANt)
P—T! - ( > V—I -8—I—o—N—fM
Fresh Canned (food*, Tobacco, riifarn, I*l|>e*,
Nuta, t'undies, (;rcen and Dried Fruit*, ami
e.wrien ntiiI t;rna» Hcrd*>
dSTOrdHU from the country promptly filled.
C. CHENOWKTH.
Wia January 20, 18*0. 11

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