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TII£ SfEVEIi STATE.
Monday . . ..l|>rtl *•. IHS#. kliKMTN I'BOim The sand lot agitator, Dennis Kear ney, was recently convicted *>f inciting | incendiarism by his tirades on the sand i lot, and sentenced to pay a fine of $1000 and serve six months in the House of Correction. His counsel stated that he was unable to pay the fine, but this assertion was not indorsed by Kearney. The San Francisco Chronicle says it is not in accord with authentic reports concerning the pecuniary profits de rived by Kearney from the business of “agitating.” The Chronicle says that the late W. 8. O’Brien gave him a check for $10,000, remarking that it was cheaper to buy him than to bother with him. t This was entirely independent of any “hush money” which he may have received from the Bonanza firm, of . which O’Brien .was a member. Kear ney also received from the Republicans during thegubernatorial eleetion$15,000 to keep White, the Workingman's can didate, in the field, for the purpose of defeating Glenn, and he was also pre sented with from $10,000 to $20,000 during the new Constitutional cam paign. It is estimated that he has re ceived in the three years in which he has been “agitating” some $00,000, and that he can well afford to work at stone breaking for six months for the wages he received for his treachery to the Workingmen. It was charged at Jhe time of the California election, when Kearney lauded the corporations and eulogized the railroad companies in a speech in Sacramento, that he was bought by the corporations to aid in electing Perkins. This was indiguant ly denied, but now, according to the Chronicle, it is shown to be a fact. TUI'. ASSASSINATION OF I1E VOlVO. Falloili to be Mtaminrd Next Thurs day. Inquiry shows that Kalloch, who as sassinated Chas. De Young in the Chronicle oftjee last Friday evening, fired five shots Jit his victim, only one of which, tfce fourth, took effect. The shooting was deliberate, as Kalloch was seeu walking by the Chronicle office, ! evidently watching for De Young, just before he entered the office. The body of the murdered man was taken to the Morgue, and thousands of people flocked up Kearney and Bush streets' as the wagon with the remains left the office. The immediate cause of the as sassination was the circulation of a pamphlet supposed to have been pub lished by de Young, giving a full report of the trial of Rev. I. R. Kalloch in the case of the Boston scandal, with-a brief preface to the effect that it was pub lished with no malicious motives. .Young Kalloch was taken before the Police Court and his case was contin ued until uext Thursday. The Coroner’s autopsy on the body of Charles de Young shows that the fatal shot struck the deceased on' the right side of the jaw. It did not pene trate the brain, but ranged downward and was found imbedded in the inte rior of the jugular vein. Another shot had penetrated the outer and inner coat, but had not reached the body. The funeral vtook place yesterday from the late residence of the deceased and was largely attended. F.IHEKt 1'Olt BLAFYF. Tlie Republican primaries iu Eureka last Saturday resulted in a victory for Blaine. In the towns of Eureka, Ruby Hill and Adams’ Hi 11, the Plumed Knight of the Penobscot received 009 votes, while only 70 votes were polled for Grant. Tire third-tenners were de feated by a majority of almost nine to one. There is now no doubt whatever of Blaine being the favorite of Nevada Republicans by at least four to one; yet tluye are some doubts about the dele gates from Nevada being instructed to vote for Blaine in the National Conven tion. The third termers iu this State, though comparatively few in number, are powerful in inilueiice, and the State Convention will scarcely refuse such J men as J. W. Mackey, who is an avowed third termer, tho privilege of being one of six to represent Nevada at < 'ike ago. . 0 -v—. i Stephen B. Slocum, Democratic can didate for Lieutenant Governor, Has been elected Mayor of Newport, Rhode 1 da; d. ■?. -»■ -i-- '-± -1..-= TELMRArnic lycns. A majority of th« Hou** Committee ] 011 Coinage, Weights anil .Measures are strongly inclined to recommend that the Carson Mint lie abolished and its machinery removed to sbme point in the Mississippi Valley. It appears that in veiw of indent efforts of the re presentatives of several Western cities to procure the establishment of a new Mint at some one of their respective localities, the Committee asked direc tor Burchard to inform them whether any. additional Miuts are needed. In reply he Baid that the Government had already sufficient coinage facilities, but they Mere seemingly not well distrib uted, for he hiyl found it impossible to obtain enough silver bullion at San Francisco, at London prices, to keep the San Francisco Mint running to the desired capacity, and at Carson City, he could obtain hardly any bullion at proper prices. Thus it happened that Mhile the Philadelphia Mint was crowded, the San Francisco Mint was runnrug at only half its capacity, and the Carson Mint vras doing nothing. (General Schofield commanding West Point Military Academy, has issued a general order, expressing unshaken faith in the corps of cadets, their honor and integrity, and appreciation of their manly bearing under the grievous wrdng and injustice which they recently suffered. iCven if the outrage was com mitted by one of them, it is no excuse for indiscriminate insult and indigni ties heaped upon them.' A3 a lutfrk of Uis appreciation, he removes all restric tions heretofore imposed on their usual privileges. The Commercial Bulletin, review ing the state o1 the crops, and the disposi tion prevalent in the West to give a false coloring to the prospects, con cludes : “Taking the winter wheat crop as a whole, we should concludt, from the general tenor of Western newspaper reports, and from detailed accounts sent by the ^ Bulletin’s crap correspondent, that the condition is about an average one, and that the acre age is above an average.” Postal revenues for the coming year will undoubtedly be much greater than the estimates. The amount of postage, stamps, stamped envelopes and postal cards issued to postmasters, ujxfn re quisition, during the nine months end ing March 31st last, was $23,959,335, an increase of over fourteen per cent. At the Vermont Democratic State Convention 400 delegates were present. W H. H. Bingha*i Stowe was made President. Lucius Robinson, L. W. Rodington, B. B. Smalley and Jarr,£s i H. Williams were chosen delegates to | the National Convention, with alter nates. The Inter-Ocean's Washington spe cial says : Friends of Secretary Sher man do not concede that Blaine dele gates have beejj elected in Foster’s dis trict. On the contrary, they claim they not only have the district, but ev ery other district in Ohio. , The Secretary of the Treasury ac | cepts three millions of Government bonds offered in New York. In Webster county, Missouri, of which Marshfield is the county-seat, fully 100 persons were killed and over 200 wounded by the recent storm. The Virginia readjusters, both Demo crats and Republicans, are said to be largely in favor of Grant. 1-L-l ■ J - _1L ■ - SPECIAL LOCALS. Crt'Nli (•ronrlot. A new shipment of groceries just re ceived by CL Che>'oweth, at bis cash store, where his customers may now purchase seven ]>ouiids of brown or six pounds of white sugar for one ddllar, witli the satisfaction of knowing that he lias 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 his sugar on so small a mar gin. mk30-tf Look Here! * Levy k Co. are opening to-day the largest and most complete stock of dry goods, buttons and clothing to lie found in the State. It will be worth money to you to call " and see them, and get prices. They are determined not to tie undersold. Fresh goods arriving daily. Levy Co. ftnklnu IVurdt r. Everybody’s Baking Powder is as good as ours, and Levy As Co’s Ideal is better than them alb No alum in our* (unless you want iti, and it will uaise a man in his girl’s affections every time, mh 11 I In the Whole History of hf<lirli« No preparations has evef performed such marvelous cures, or maintained so wide a reputation as Ayke’s Cherry Pectoral, which is recognized as the world’s remedy for all iliseases of the throat and lungs. Its long-continued series of wonderful cures in all climates has made it universally known as a safe and reliable agent to employ. Against ordinary colds, w hich are the forerun ners of more serious disorders, it acts speedily 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 person can afford to he without it, and those who have once used it never will. From their knowl edge of its composition and effects, physicians use the CifEKRY Pectoral extensivoly in their practice, and cler gymen recommend it. It is absolutely certain iu its remedial effects, and will always cure where cures are possible. mh20-Iy-l_ For .1 U oil Stomadl, Call on Dr. Adolph Geitznkr, the re nowned New York caterer. He will cure your ill. at the Depot Restaurant, for 25 cents and upwards. All the delicacies of the season cooked to order, at all hoars. Fish and game constantly on hand. n hS LanrhM And tables set for weddings, picnics, balls and parties, at short notice, at the Depot bakery and Restaurant, opposite the Depot. alOtf « Fever nail Ague. The true antidote to the effects of miasma is Hostctter's Stomach Bitters. This medicine is oae of the most popular remedies of an age of successful proprietary specifics, and is in im liwnsc demand wherever on this continent “fever and ague exists. A wine-glassful three times a day is the best possible preparative for encountering a malarious atmosphere, regulat ing the liver, and invigorating the stomach. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener ally. SI. UOFJI IX. deatyt nv GENERAL M'ERCHAND1SJE -u ■ A Lieimau Disco* st roa Cash. WIXNEIIICCA.NEVADA. SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! • _ » Having just received the largest and best selected stock of Garden Seeds Ever brought to Winncmucca, parties 19 abroad CAN’ HAVE ORDER# FILLED By sending the same through the mail, ac ruiiipnnii'il with rash, of ANY KIND THEY DESIRE. Field, Lawn and Ail Kinds of GRASS SEEDS, Will he be furnished, and ail orders filled at the Eowrst Price, for Cush Only. ONION* SETS, in any quantity,some time in March. F. C. ROBINS, I’oetofllee Store. . Wlnntm’reea, February IS, 1SS0. tf MAGNOLIA SALOON. * e Between the Central Hotel and the Railroad Meat Market, BJtIDGE STREET, W1N N EML’CCA, WHLUM •HIID .,. Proprietor. 0 THE MAGNOLIA has been fitted up in the moi,t attractive style poscible, with a view to the convenience and < <nifort of patrons. The pinjyrietoi dg**ie-'10 rail the attention of ooh t<fliier-<, menu* and the jHibllc to his superior stock 'it Dims, Liquors mid Gigars. P. • Jl 4.111 it nisi * LoikIoh Portrr constantly on [ hand. KJ-tf --** ■■ *.— WOOD 4*9 COAL YARD ! •—.-' In connection with my COAL BUSINESS, will Sell Stove Wood, * Cnt in any, required length. 1 hare erected A Haw, that la Kan by Water Fawer, e 0 And can saw and deliver wood on very short notice and at the lowegt rates. People «ill find It advantageous to hare their WOOD HAWED A*i» DELIVER ED, Readv for their stovee, aud at no additional expense. Fall Keaanrrment Given ! Best of W ood Kept On Hand! COAL AT ISC AL* RATES : ?1C per ton delivered in email lots; $13 30 pci ton in car loads delivered on cers. It. W. WOODS. Winnemueca. December IS. 1879. tf OXE PRICE STORE. BANNISTER & WETHERLY proprietors, Will keep constantly on hand a large and we selected stock of , FAMILY (1ROCERI E'S, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Butter, Eggs, Canned and Dried Fruits, Canned Vegetables, Wines, and Liquors, Tinware, B*c., Etc., Etc CALIFORNIA AND WtOPJCAL FRUITS GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS. Green, Dried & Canned Fruits. Boots, Shoes Fancy Goods, Cutlery TV boron, Pipe*. All of which will he .sold at the very lowest price for CASH. Cal! and sec for yourself. BANNISTER A WETHERLY. Winnemucca, March 2, 18-sO. tf “FASHION” LIVERY, FEED AND SALE S-T-A-B-L—E—! Bridge Street, Winnemucca, Nevada. L L UI4 lid CD. rroprirlor. LIVERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES! .it Seasonable Rates. ELEGANT TIRNOITS, Double or single, cAii always be procured. llorirv Hoarded by the Dny, Week nr Month. US' Hon** Bought and Sold. l.Vt Stork Horse* for Sal, at Reasonable Kate*. Ray and Grain For Sale! tsfrPassenijers and freight conveyed to all part** of the country. Dully hinge It mu, to Pemdlie Mines. Winnemucca, MarcSi 23, 1880. t, JAMRS 00ULD. J. L. OPOSNKL, MILL CITY FOIYDKY AND MAC HIKE SHOP, MILI. (Ill,.NEVADA. We are prepared to fill all orders on the shortest notice for all kinds of LASTIN' US AN'I) M ACJLI IN ER Y FOR QUARTZ .11 i LLS, H0JST1 NO WORKS ■GRIST MILLS. Etc., Etc., Etc ‘ ORDERS From all parts of the country wilt receive prompt attention. The Highest Prlrc Patil for OLD CASTINGS', apr.4-79. HENRY DISCII, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors nncl Cigars t -ALM> (~T~ — ^ The Chiilctvl Krnmf* of llrrr.^ -p orrosiTi tiik court nous*. Winneuuteco, November 15, 1870. 15-tf if. K. UAhRELL, TO H NS1TE AGENT, €. I\ S. K. TOWN I.OTh FOR (SALE OR LEAKb PARTIES WISHING TO LEASE OR ITB* chaiai Lot* 'n tliu town of Wlpnsnmcea, are hereby notittodthntatlairpliiatinnr Wthe mine, or on r>u rinoss relating thereto, mould l>e ad drusssvl to the mulersigncvl ft San Francim p, at the C. P. K. li. oflice where they will receive prompt attention. rhosr osrtipvdng lands belnBtrlng to the cons paoy. witbjjut luo ing baughtur Utar* *1 tho » gue, art aWn notified to attend to the matter >vitijout delay and avoid trouble, noly. D. tl HASKELL. ODD FELLOWS’ ANNIVERSARY. ---H -M | (TntiTy -*■—:—- fiST, . *+++++++♦++ ++++!•»•+*++t+♦++♦♦♦* ++; *• ®* o. v. > +*+♦♦+♦++♦+♦++ + +♦ ++ 4-f +*♦+♦++♦ ♦ • - ^ THE ANNIVERSARY —or THE— # Introduction of the*I. O. O. F. IN TIIE UNITED STATES, WILL BE CELEBRATED IN WINNEMUCCA, MONDAY, APRIL Will, IHHO, * I US DEB THE AUSPICES 0V Humboldt Lodge, No. 16, or tinM JHfci. --PROCESSION . ■ ARSHAK- J'AJOR J. F. FABINR. ’ All members of the Or I '•in good standing trill meet at Odd FellowV Midi at 1 o'clock F.R , whore they will immediately fonn in pr<K-OH *ien, and, precede*! by the Rond, will march through the prim ipal streets of the town, a»d proceed to Centennial flail. 5 OOOOOOOOOOOf OOf > >oooooooOOO 5 -% OlfDER OF EXERCISES: f 8 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo3 I—Cailing the Lodge to order, by the Presi dent of the day. S. S. Crass. J—Ojictiing We, bv the Order. 8—Prayer, by the Chaplain. ♦—(fuartette, by tlio Choir. 6— Reading of Poem, i»y Miss Emma Linn. 8—Oration, by J. II. McMillan. ® 7— Song, by the Glee Club. 8— Closing Ode, by the Order, ft-— Benediction, by the Cl.-aplain. The proef*s:oi» will then reform, and match to Odd Fellows' Hall. J-H- *•*•**•♦•*• + + + *-+*+*r+t ♦+♦♦+♦♦♦£ ♦*: 4. R A X l> B ALL! !o ♦ ♦ + + * rr+At + t-tt+t-tt+r+t'^ In the evening a Orr.nd Ball will be given by th^H irder, AT CIATIAAIAL IIAIL. < nmmltlrr of Arrariaeiwrnfsj Jonathan FMIton, Cent: TUrrittin, Iawighf H.iley, I». M< larkey, L. L. Itickard. In vital ion Cotiinillleo s All members of the Order in good standing. i Irrrptlwi Committer i C. Krenkte, F. Naramore, C. C. Fafmcr, < A. OoSauamre, J. E. Sabins. flimr Illrerlor I !>. L. Rickard f loor Jliiiisk'iri! Fspi. Ptid, Geo. F. Trrrittin, 1>. J. Hadley, " . 8. Base, Chrisfien Baohtold, |!n»r KrejnT! J. Fulton: g$ SITTER AT TUE CENTRAL UOTFI. ,11< Weis (includin'; •mpuer).**. OO Good Mngii has been engaged fur the occa sion. Dancing will commence at 9 o’clock P. m., sharp. mli26-td f. CHE N O W E T H, WJSKEitUCCA, A H YA DA. Cash Store, at Hottom Priees|! NEWS *> E P O T ! DEALER IS Books, Stationery, New* Matter. Light Literature, Film; buttocks Legal Blanks, of all kinds, I'lelurr* and Ntiislr. s o h o o l s r r> v l i e 8 , g y Toy*, Novelties ami Fancy Notions, Tfl < i Ti.t.nv am) jnmuv, Furnishing Goods and Toilet Articles. FA WILY CKSCERIES -an; T--r*a-o-v t -s - i—Li— y-s-t Fresh Canned G -ode, Tobacco, Cigtrrp, 1’il*'*, Note, Candies, Green and Dried Fruits, and Harden and Gross Meeds. *ATOril«M from >.Uu country promptly filed. ,C. CliENp^TH. D'la Januarj 20, ISaQ. At