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VOL. XVI. WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1880. NO. 81.
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THE SILVER STATE.

PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (SUNDAYS
EXCEPTED) LY
J. .1. HILL & CO.
TERMS OF SURSCniPTLON:
One copy, one year, by rnnil.M 00.
One copy, six months, by mail. 4 00.
One copy, three months, by mail. 2 50.
Delivered by Carrier, 25 Coats per week,
RATES of ADVERTISING:
One Square (10 lines) first insertion.$2 50.
fach subsequent insertion, j ersquare.... 1 00.
A liberal reduction to regular adverti*r*.
AGENTS:
C. IV. Chavk, Six Pino (treat and 10 Leides
dorff street. Room :<?«, San Fran •!-« <>.
Gko. M. Most. Sacramento, California.
If. F. Rn.sv is authorized to collect and re
ceipt for subscriptions to the Silvbh. Statb in
Paradise Valley.
XI. C. Mabvkr is authorized to col I set and
r ■eint for subscriptions to tbc Silvkr Stat* at
;,! / Mead'ovs.
■•.'uwm«wz in Mivyinv'
NOBLESSE OB1I4.E.
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We hold it • duty of rme who is gifted
A'id royally do'eivd in all men’s sight,
To know no rest his Ide is !iit*-d
Fully up to his great its' height. «*
lie must mold the man .do rare completeness,
For gems are se* only in g 1 refined;
He must fashion bis thoughts into perfect
sweetness,
And cast out folly and pride from his mind.
For he who drinks from a god’s g.. d chidiec
4>f art, or music, or rhythmic song.
Must sift from bis soul tbc rhnIT of malice,
And weed i rom his heart the roots of wrong.
F ;r » c think the wrath of an outraged Heaven
•Should fall on the ehusen srei dowered soul
Tit:'’ allows a lnnipof si iilnh leaves,
By slow fermenting, to spoil the whi le.
Great gifts sivouid be worn like a crown i'cut
ting,
And not like a cm on a beggar’s hands;
And the toil m .-t be c< ri-tsiit and unremitting
That lifts up the K.ng to the Crown’s demands.
A I,<M<**HOTIVE ENGINE IN THE
i>i nr*.
“He’s been in the (lumps because bis
locomotive has been ‘( ft for three or
four days,’’ said a railroad man toe
companion the other day, us be pointed
to an engineer.
“How off?”
“do and ask him.”
It took a quarter of an hour and a
cigar to clear the cloud from off the en
gineer’s face, and then in reply to the
query, be said:
“It is a queer thing. There’s my
engine, one of the best on the road, in
]>erfe':t order, only twelve years old,
able to run and pull w ith tho best of
them. .V mouth ago I hadn’t the least
bit of trouble in making time, no mat
ter bow the track was or tho weight of
the train. She was ready at tiie word,
held her steam UaHtifu’.ly, and seemed
to understand every word 1 said; but
to-day she i, down in the round-house,
growling and sputtering, and acting as
if she wanted to pick a fuss with a
gravel-pit.”
“Any thing out of. fear?"
“Not a thing. She's hem looked
over twice, and we can’t find tho least
excuse for her conduct. Sce’l! get over
it in a day or two, perhaps; ii she don't
we'll push her.”
"How!”
“Put lmr before a freight or stock
train. I’ve seen it done i dozeu times,
and it most always worked well. Hero
she is now, bright as a new dollar and
as handsome as a picture, an 1 I'll bet
fifty dollars that there i. n't the least
thing out of order. She’s .-.imply sulk
ing, the same as a child, or a woman,
and 1 know what started it.”
“What?”
“About three weeks ago, while on
my run in with the night express train,
she just wanted to light out for all she
was worth. She# took the hit like a
running horse, and it I hadn't choked
her oil’, she’d have beaten schedule
time by twenty minutes. She acted
mad right away, and in running twenty
miles she gave me more trouble than I
over had before in a run of three hun
dred. She lost steam, fried to foam
over, choked her pipes, and when I
wanted more steam she'd slide on her
drivers. She went right hack on mo
that night, and has been sulking ever
since.”
“Do all engines do this?”
“Not at all, but many do. Some
folks laugh at us and call it supersti
tion^ but they never lived in an tasgina
csk
ORIENTAL HALL SALOON
-AND
BILLIARD ROOMS,
Corner of Bridge and Third Sts., Winnemucca,
BEN. STONER, Preprli (or.
The undemigaed heg* leave to inform his
friend* and the public that be is now the pro
prietor of the above elegant Saloon and Billiard
lloll, and assures them that they w ill find it one
o the most pleasant resorts in town.
The Bar is stocked with the best brands of
WINES,
LlyL'OKS,
CIGARS,
ETC.. ETC.
A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE will
always be found in good order.
In connection with the Saloon is a
Ijir-c snd (Vimmodlim* Hall,
The ii«o cf which will bo five for all public
meetings and home entertainment*.
BEN STONER.
Winnemueca, February 17, 1»S0 tt
“CAPITAL” SALOON.
II HI IK, K STU.EBT, W1NN8MCCCA.
1. t. OfTIlRIK. w- I'ft.
EITOKIE A BELL .Proprietor*.
Tins popular Saloon whl In n atter lie conduct
mi by the alvwe firm, who vtH at all tiroes h*
plea*od to see their friends anu the public. The
bar bn* been rewtmked with the best quality of
WINES, LIQUORS ANT) CIGARS,
and fumit*h»d with a 1 '*t-class
BILLIARD TABLE.
T^ic proprietors a nil to inr/h* tiw CAPITAL
4e#erve>fl) the most popular sort in town.
Attached to On: b’ 'non is .a
I LINTII AM) (’(U I-EE STANH
Where all the delicacies of 'lie reason can be
procured at short notice. < o,>ked to order, in
the highest style of the cub. vy art.
* ‘ C TUKIE Is BELL.
Winnemucca, February 11, 1*00. tf
FASHION SAMPLE ROOMS
BKIDOE blfKKT, WLSNEM'CCA, NEVADA.
Frank M. Fellow#.Proprietor.
Fine Wines and Liquors
IMPORTED CIOAIIS,
—AND—
NILW irVEK BEEKi
ALWAYS ON HAND.
IfC ALA AND 8 A H P L E.'St
FRANK M. FELLOWS.
Winnemuoe*, December 1, 18.y. tf
THE PALATE SALOON.
BK1DG E STIi ELT.V/1NNEM I < CA.
A. I». V*«S.MtWS A CO., Proprietors.
——— *
The proprietors of the Palace Saloon would
respectfully Announce to their b* ends and t he
public generally that they Lave fitted up, ' .th
all the nKslem improvements, an elegant and
cor unedions saloon, and
AT THE “ P A L A CE”
Cau always l>c found the choicest knd the host
Wines Liquors and Flairs
To he obtained in town.
Conm < ted with the* “l'al *•-’ ’ is a
Flue Sow Billiard Table and Outfit.
A. D. WILLIAMS A CO.
Winr.etnuoea, N'ev., January :t, le"t tf
SILVER STATE SALOON.
Y. i’ICABI), Proprietor.
This ne%v and elegantly turn "bed Saloon is
pow op^n to tint p'lWic, and is stocked with the
choicest and best brands oi
VTInes,
Liquors.
CI.Lirs, File.
And fresh and Creamy Lager.
Tlie* Saloon is furnished with an
ELI 1’ T I (' POOL TABLE.
For the amusement oi Patrons.
pRllX F. ETRKKT, WlNNKEl * V. > K.V ADA.
Next Khior to MaBBlonN ttaiklftnff.
Call and ace me. t„rx
septi^ 7 ti. Y. PI< ARD.
MAGNOLIA SALOON.
Between the Centra! Hotel ami the Railroad
Meat Market,
BRIDGE STICRIT, WINN EMI'OCA,
' WILLI t!H wm» Proprietor. '
THE MAGNOLIA hi.- 1 cm fifed up In the
most, attractive style p -ildc, w i:li « view to
the convenience and comfort of iiatn n.. The
1 proprietor desires to <uM Hm itti rHon of cus
tomers, Iriciids arid the public to his superior
stock of
Wines, Liquors au<l Cigars.
Idiinnls»' London Forfer com'nntly on
hand. tbl-tf
May and Dairy Ranch
FOR SALE.
For sale, a Hay and Dairy Ranch, one-hal
a mile east of Willow Point, Paradise Valley,
Nevada, containing frtW acres of Mead' w 1-and,
a large, new Dwelling House, Dairy House,
Barn, Corrals, and other Out-buildings; also,
Mower, Hay Hake, Tools, etc. This property
will be eold cheap for cash, or exchanged fur
ether movable property.
ftr further particulars, apply at this office,
or of the undersigned, at the ranch.
i The pirwvqt he »ol<j al a bargain, as I
MBtu engage in other business.
ml UM J K. WIilTAJtra
N. Dklba.nco, E. Reinhart.
E. REINHART & CO.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
AT LOW PRICES!
We have no oM trash to offer at reduced
rates, but we are now receiving our
NEW SPRING STOCK!
Which m being carefully selected, and which
WE OFFER AT
BOTTOM PRICES!
NO NEED OF SENDING AWAY. WE HAVE
NO MOTTOES!
But our principle* are
Fair mid Honorable Beallnjf*
With everybody.
Call a Ji i> Se e lT s !
K. REINHART A CO.
Winneniucca, March 20, 1880. tf
S A I> V* L i; U Y. UAitXESS
.... AND_
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
lirlitxr 81rent, lVInMimimi, Nevada,
(Seir [trick liuildinrj.)
H. B. ST Vl S rOV has constantly on hand
a Luxe assortment oi all kinds of
Saddles'
Harness, ~ H
Spanish 2 -6
and Amer- »o
lean Hits, o c
Round or pj **
Flat Bridies,
(‘inch 's. Buck- - —°
skin*, Sheep- M. II. VI .41A TON
skins, Alum
and lutee masi facti rf.s
Leather,
Raw Hides, Till. FINEST BOOTS,
Reins, Kan'
karoo Reins, at tiik LOWKst pricks.
Saddle-trees, -o
ynick's Reattas,
Haekamores,
All styles of
_o-- Whiplashes,
M. B. STAUNTON, Sliding,
S', hipstoeks,
S—\—1>—O—I.—R L.-cv Whips,
Kidiny V hips
_anii— Blanket sheets
for Horses,
II 4 K N 11SS 51 .4 K r. K, Hoods and
B.iy/v Robes,
Bu lge Stru t, Winitemucca, Lap Rohe*,
General A<
x k v ada. surtmont of
._o- Gloves. Best
— Hi Brands of
Le: Boots, all
| ; Kinds of
| 1;Ladies Calf,
x'Baim rals,
His-.,-s’ Cult Balmorals. Button Shoes. Misses
and Childrens l eather Shoes of all kinds
FUio at the lowest cash price. Boot*
inude to girder f, r all prices fr. ui 811 to
«.,y ,,0- |,air. Bepaiilnir in the Saddle,
Harnc. and Boot department promptly at
temh to. a' pri es to suit the times. Boots of
the best brands sold as cheap as anywhere on
• he P ic Ntope. No lixht dress shoes for
Ladies kept in stock. ^ _M.f U. STAUNTON.
I MEAT MARKET, j
RRIDOK BTKKKT, WINNEMICCA
GEORGE BERK, Proprietor.
My patrons will And the Railroad Market sup
plied with the very liest quality ol
BEEF,
PORK,
MUTTON,
VEAL,
ETC.
To|be found in the State. My prices wiU be
found reasonable.
Meats shipped to all puintsoo the Railroad and
aH order* promptly DM
oaHS-Jf Oi l MB A CAU,
LAFAYETTE HOTEL
Ori’OSITE THE PEI'OT.
UPPERTOWN WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA.
,IO)*. GERMAIN. rmprlrtn]r.
THE PROPRIETOR TAKES PLEASURE in
announcing that the atioVc favorite Hotel ha* !
5>e(‘n greatly enlarged and refitted. A- number
of fine rooms havetmen added, and the Hotel
now ha* first-dans accommodations for families.
Tire Tnbles will he kept supplied with every
article the market affords, prepared by the
most experienced connoiseurs.
The Bar will be found stocked with the
choicest
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS and LAGER BEER
at prices to suit the times
Persons visiting Winnemucca, who desire , a
good MEAL, DRINK, CIGAR or BED, are re
ferred to the
LAFAYETTE HOTEL.
Winnemucca, March 14,1874.
CENTRAL PACIF5C HOTEL.
OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT,
WIXXEMFCCA.NEVADA.
Muller & LaOrave, 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 limine is furnished thnniahout with new
Furniture, Carpet* and Spring Beds.
The Table "ill lie supplied with the best the
market afforiis
4 First-class Iter is connev.ed with the
House, supplied with the choicest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars,
t3fT Every effort will be made to secure the '
comfort of guests.
MULLER & LAGRAVE.
Winnemucca, Nev , Juue ^U, 187‘J. tf 1
CENTRAL HOTEL.
SOUTH SIDK BRHXiE STREET
WINN EMU CCA, NEVADA.'
Opposite the Post-office.
Having bought this well known Hotel, we
hereby notify our friends ami the public in geit
' eral that it will be kept as a first class Hotel ia
every particular.
The Table Will be Second to None in
the Country.
The BAR will be supplied with the best brands
of
V bit s Lienors Lrtgcr lieer. Cigars, Etc.
Oood COOKS and Gentlemanly WAITERS have
been secured.
We also have a fust class Billiard Table. ,
All attention will be paid to the wants of
Patrons.
JOB A HADLEY, Proprietors.
Winnemucra, Aug. 1, lcTU. tf
WINNEHVCCA HOTEL,
Bridge Street, Winnemuce*,
DAVID C.EKOIX, • • ■ Proprietor.
Having Built and Fitted up in the most com
modious style the largest arid finest Hotel in
\\ umctaucca, with Luge wid Airy Rooms, the
Proprietor is prepared to receive and entertain
the traveling public with accommodations as
good as can be found in this section of tlieconn
trv. The TABLE will always be literally sup
plied with all tie substantial* of life, and with
every luxury that can be procured. Attached
to the Hotel is a FIVE BAR, where the choicest
WINKS, I.[<11 tills AND CIBAKS
Can i'<! obtained at all times.
BOARD PEK WEEK.RI.OO
apr22tf.
CAPITAL HIOI' STAND,
IX CAPITAL SALOON', BRIDGE STREET.
“DOC" ALDER. PROPRIETOR.
1 (o} FRESII OYSTERS,
^L/visn. «,«»*, Et'..iSduft
Etc., cooked to order, in the finest style of the
culinan art, at all hours, DAY AND NIGHT
I OK A IlKST-diSS MEAL OR LI’M'H,
Go to the Capita) ('hop Stand, and see “ DOC.’
Winnemucca, October 1, 1ST0. tf
notice to the tkatemm; riKi.it.
STALE LINE.
From Fort HfcDeriiiit, Ncv.,
to Canyon City, Oregon.
On and after Decemlter 15, parties traveling
on the above line will be compelled to travel
part of the route on horseback, until further
notice.
For rates of passage or express matter apply te
j. F. Brown at Fort Fort MoDernut or to
A. J. Shepard, Winnemucca.
JAS. F. BROWN fc UKO., Proprietors
And Managers of McDermit Dlvirion.
dUt-U
ARIZONA RESTAURANT
AND
FRUIT AND VARIETY STORE.
UXICNVILLB, NBVABA.
PALMA) LAVEAGA, Proprietor.
The undersigned announce*th his friends and
the public that lie has enlarged tiie
ARIZONA KESTAl'RANT it VARIETY STORE
Where he keeps on :hand
A FULL STOCK OF GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
Fruit*,
Groceries.
Provisions,
Tobacco.
• Cigars,
Etc., Etc.
-PABLO LAVEAGA.
NT. (KARLEN HOTEL.
CORNER CARSON AND THIRD STREETS
G ARSON CITY.
0. K. STAMPLEY, Proprietor.
THIS SPLENDID AND WELL KNOWN Ho
tel hns been thoroughly overhauled and re
painted, and is second to none in the State.
Every convenience for single guests sr families.
Good rooms, dean beds, and pleasant parlors.
THE BAH
Is supplied with the best wines, lio,uors and
cigars.
IIciMlgnartrrv for lliiinlmilers.
Tii? traveling public will find the proprietor
ml House O. K. aug3 '77 ti.
CITY BAKERY.
CHRIS. DIEHL, Proprietor]
(opposite oovrt hours.)
Frnirti Bolls. Square Loaves, Brown
Bread,Ties, Cukes, Voiighnuts, Hr.
Alwp.ys on han<’ and served to order fresh
from the oven, in quantities to suit, in any
pai t of town.
FANCY ASD ORNAMENTAL CAKES
' Made to Order.
Wedding Cukes n Specialty.
Having purchased the City Fakery, T will
snare no pains to merit the patronage of the
public. CHWS. DIEHL
Winnemucca, December 17, 1879. tf
KOMEK DAVIS.
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
MAKER.
Corner Hail road and Second Streets.
HIMUIKtA..MIVAIVA.
NEVADA STANDARD AND LIGHT
WEIGHT WAGONS. HARD
WOOD LUM BER,
IRON AND
GOAL
Always on hand and for sale at prices to gull
the times.
PijM' Fixtures mid Couplings, Bale
I'ipe Fitting.- Fite.
May 10, 1879. tf.
NEW GROCERY STORE,
AT OLD CITY MEAT MARKET, BRIDGE
STREET, WINN ESI COCA.
lilts. U. JT. ABKL
Respectfully announces to her friends and the
public that she has received a large block of
FRESH GROCERIES,
which she offers for sale at
IS E I) ROC K PRICES !
Costa Kira Coffee,.I l-i I»>*.frl M
Chemical Olive Soup, per Im»x.$1 M
Fine Brooms, eaeh.Mel*
Best quality Hants, per lb.. M eta
Case aud O lined Fruits, Green and Dried
Apples, syrup, IHcfcles, F.acon, Lard, Fotatoei,
,,U'., of the best qualitj , at pnjHirtioiiate rates
for cash, Orders promptly idled.
MRS. M. J. ABEL.
Winnemucca, January 2, 1880. tf
CITY DKl« STORE.
C. A. DESAUSSURE, Proprietor.
f-jT On the east side of Bridge street, TrA
WINN EMI OCA, NEVAUA,
Where they keep on hand a full and complete
assortment ot
FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Toilet Articles,
Chemicals,
Varnishes,
Paints,
Oils,
and
PATENT MEDICINES
In endless variety.
Chase attention will be given to calls from the
Medical Fraternity, and Prescription* will be
put up with the greatest (.are.
June 13, 1377. tf.
W. r. STEVENS,
FRtDOR 8TRKKT,
WINNKMVCCA, Nev.
CHEMICALS, VARNISHES, PA NTS, COLORS,
Window glass, Oils, Toilet Articles, Perfumer),
Pocket Cutlery, brushes, Stationery, and
Tobacco.
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
for Medical use.
« , • ' • ' » . * ' * ' ‘ *’ ’
MT Prescriptions Carefully Compounded . .
W. T. 8TXVKML
WlaMMUsoa, Ootobsr 8, 1878.
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