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Wonilny.•»«««* 5. *••***• ua.MMk- JJ«1I I ■■■■mi «S. \V. Hi sk is authorised to make collection* or the Hilvkr State and receipt for the eaon*. mhvum»v*. jcjo . Wr.r Department Si/mil Cum* 8. Arm’/. .It KK. 7, 1 tdSO, 4 :17 A. M. Ohaerration< taken at th« same moment of time at all station*. PLACE OF OBSERVATIONS Boise City, Idaho*. ; Cheyenne, Wy. Id \V 4 ) .. 'Fair. Davenport, Iowa...- 4k ('aim.- .OteaK North Platte, >ielj.. M NE 5 ...Clear. Omaha, Neb. 01 SE 7 .. Cloudy. Pio'lie, Nev.j f.M .svv »; ....(Clear. Sacramento,. Cal ... f«t SE it !.... < .'tear. Salt laike, Utah.... 8* jCalm. ... I Cloudy. San Francisco, Cal.., aH \V l‘l ...t'ouyv. Virginia, Mon. 4k .Calm. ... Cloudy. tVijiiieiiiucca, Nev.. 55 K\V 8 iOlear. .(....:. !...•!. Jyjif. tith Maximum thermometer, 70’; M>n iuium thermometer, t4". (= =f *A* FUAMIStil UTIK K Kl I'OKT, Tiitw Morliiiu:'* Bitiirtl. 336 Opliir Sf Hjf 410 Mexican !)§ 0J Ids H .x B &i 4:. t; .v 4 1 HI California 2 fs Chollar *23 *l5e 4'i5 Con Va 4:lo 335c 246 V Jacket « III 535 Bell her 200 2596 1:0 l lali II 100 Exchequer !? 290 Justice d.> BOB 20 Alta^l 65 Caledonia 70 C5c 170 Overman 170c 10 Occidi ntal 120c :i *5 Scorpion Ido 135c 200 Julia 30 :i',c 2do ,N Bonanza 25 20c loO ,J't 11 View 140c 255 Savage 200 29.5c 1150 H k N 410 825c 450 Crown Point 135c 840 Imperial 40c 1240 3 .Nevada lf$ 15.1 110 Bullion 233 230c 270 Overman 170c d:so I ni n 20 J 20J 400 Julie 35 30c d50 Silver Mill 70 63c 10 New 3 ork 70c 225 AftdcK Klc 2. 0 Benton 133 130c 300 t'(.n Dorado 75 SOc 3 0 (^u.nn 175 l.SOe LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I.\ t Itlslrirt. The Eureka Sentinel is informed by l)r. S. H. Wisner that the mines of I X L are all improving, and the boys nf- full of hope. Tin- Bayfield property is developing splendidly. The tunnel of J. I'. Sullivan has entered ledge matter and presents a most gratifying pros[>eet. One of the men who vvus to start a furnace has Been detained by sickness in Paradise Valley. This has had a tendency to keep the camp back. Several important discoveries have re cently been made at points north and south of I X L. (hi the whole the country is very promising, and the boys are sanguine that the new camp will yet make its mark as a bullion pro ducer. tolrvlliia l:\rUiilnnisO. A six-horse coach, loaded with twen ty-seven passengers, was sent to (Jol comla Hot Springs, yesterday, by “.Montana.” Charley MeBeid, a lirst class Jehu, manipulated the “ribbons." The. excursionists left here hi the morn ing, and spent five hours at the Springs, arriving at home Ix-tween (i und 7 o’clock in tiie evening. The fare for tin- round trip is one dollar, and stages will probably lx- run every Sunday dur ing the Summer. Ntilr*. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor, of Mill City, are stopping at the Central Pa cific. ,Major E. B. Stonehill, one of the delegates to the Cincinnati t onventiou from Nevada, and ex-Lieutenaut Cov eruoi' Johnson and Coldhel Harry I. Thornton, of California, passed through to day on their way to Cincinnati. 1 lireun from n apron. James P.obius, who canijs the mail, was throw n from !ys wagon in front of the Lafayette Hotel yesterday. His head struck the ground and he was un conscious for three or four minutes after the fall. Hi is aide to get about, and it is hoped no serious injury will result from the fall, as Jimmy* is the most popular young man in towif. Dim <>l< ii. A note from Dun Glen saysfthe Lang Syne (1. M. Company are prosecuting work vigorously under the auperinfcon deney of Dr. Loomis. The mine looks well, and the mill is running to its full capacity. Iii'ltetcd. The Grand Jury Saturday, found a true bill against the colored dyer, M. J. Grimes, for embezzlement. The Elko papers say Crimes had opened a dyeing establismeut at that place w hen arrested kn.t w eek. The (.rnntl Jury. The Grand Jury adjourned until next Saturday, when its fipal report will be .Submitted to the Court. The Piny Halurttiiy The drama. “Enlisted for the War,” enacted hy members of the Olio Club, at Centennial Hall, ^Saturday night, drew a veiy fair house. The play is quite interesting, and was creditably rendered. The actors were well adapted to the characters which they assumed. The vivaceous heiress could not well bo excelled, and the “Intelli gent Contraband’’ brought down the house repeatedly. The “Mere Boy” proved to be considerable of a man, and the villian of the play did his work so villianously that lie was hissed from the gallery. The fond mother and sis ter of the young patriot, v.lip served in the ranks for years, though entitled to promotion, because of his Colonel’s hatred, acted their parts to perfection, and the “Silent Man,” with his cigar, and Chief of Staff, resplendent in “blue and gold,” in appearance and action, was almost true to nature. The gen eral verdict was that the Olio Club did well, and so far as we can learn, none went away disatislied. Dvlrgulrit l» Craml Lailur*. Tlie Masonic and Odd Fellows Grand Lodges meet in Virginia City this week. Quite a number of Representatives from Kastern Nevada went West yes terday to attend them. The Masonic Lodge ’ meets to-day, and among the representatives to that body who have gone west were David K. Bailey and Kben Jones, of Eureka; James Birney of. Elko; J. /. Kelley of Tuscarora; Ed. Ranm, of Hamilton, and Alex Wise, of Winnemucca. The Odd Fellows meet to-morrow, and among the delegates to that body were E. 8. Yeates, of Tusca rora; 0. K. Green, of Elko, and David Melarkey, of Winnemncea. To-day J. N. Hill of Palisade went to the Maronie Lodge, and K. H. Scott of Paradise and Wm. Blackstock of i Winnemucca, went to the Odd Fellows Lodge. Tbr Piute Prisoners. The Piutes in Eastern Oregon (Mal heur Reservation Indians), w ho joined the Bannocks anil went on the war path two years ago, surrendered in the Fall. They were held as prisoners of war at Fort Harney and McDermit for a while, and then taken to Yakima, Washington Territory, where they ar rived less than a year and a halt ago. The Yakima Record says that of the boO 1'iutcs which arrived there at that time, not more than 200 are now alive. The mortality among them has been fearfnl, and they have died like sheep affected with the rot. No wonder the Piutes here have a wliolesome horror of Yakima. A lilts fire. P. X. Marker's wood-pile at Washoe City was burned Saturday evening. About f.,000 cords of wood vyere con sumed, valued at $0 per cord. It was partially insured. An engine went from < 'arson to fight the fire. Mr.,Mar ker is a brother of Commissioner Mar ker of this county, and we in common, with others regret to hear of his loss. Jnry IMimsrml. The second trial of J. N. Trask for the killing of Edgar Brown at Silver City, Idaho, resulted in the jury disa greeing.* .Judge ITickett last Saturday admitted .Trask to bail in the sum of sJT),000. The ease was on trial during the w hole of last week. Delrxufrs to (iurinuatl. Tire following named delegates from California to the Cincinnati Convention went ea t to-day: Foley, McElrath, Frost, Maddox, \V. M. C.win, H. I. Thornton, W. VV. Cope, W. \\ . hoote, and 10. J. Coleman. Foiirlli of July. Theere will be a meeting of the citi zens at Oriental Hall at 8 o’clock this evening to decide w hether Wnmenmcca will celebrate the coining anniversary of ouf National Independence. Firemen, Attention. The regular monthly meeting of Win nentuuoa Hose Company, No. 1, will be held at the Hose-house at 8o'clock this evening. All active members are re guested by the Foreman to attend. Sari hern Freight. Three freight clippers—two of George Baker’s and one of dames Dulin’a—have lieen loaded by K. Hein hart k Co., with ,M>,000 pounds of freight for Silver City merchants. Articles of incorporation of the Ne vada and Oregon Railroad Company have been filed in the office of the County Clerk at Reno. The proposed road is to run from Aurora to the Ore gon line. The Directors are: Ex-Gov • rnor Woods, John T. Davis, Mr. Moore, Mr. McMeachan, Colonel Ellis, T. Coffin, and J. C. McTarnahan, the last three named being residents of Ne vada. Philadelphia boasts a real fighting parson. During the progress of an in vestigation concerning a little discrep ancy of $*2,000, the parson got his left well in on the breathing apparatus of his warden, knocking that function ary into the middle of the following week. Having thus pulled dowft the vestry, according to the rules of the P. 11., the reverend gentleman retired to his corner. Pulling matches by steamboats are still a popular diversion in the West, At Chicago, a few days ago, the Gard ner, for years regarded as the most powerful vessel on the lakes, was beaten by the Johnson. In these con tests the boats are fastened together by a rope running from stern to stern, and then both are started at the same instant. SPECIAL LOCALS. To AVbom it May Concern. * Notice is hereby given that I have this day sold an undivided one half in terest in the Washington and Blue Jay mining claims, situated in Echo Mining District, Humboldt county, Nevada, to J. 8. Kearney, and that the said J. & Kearney lias sold one-half of said inter est to J. 0. Slaftcr. It Martin Kearney. troll'll t ii;ilist Flower. It is natural for people suffering with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint, or any derangement of the digestive organs, as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, habitual Costiveness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn, Water-brash, gnawing and burning pains at the pit of the stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue, and disa greeable taste in the mouth, coming up of food after eating, low spirits, etc., to put off from day to day buying an article that they know has cured their neighbor, friend, or relative, yet they have no faitli in it until it is too late; but if you will go to your druggists in Eureka and get a bottle of Green’s A run.st Flower your immediate cure is as certain as you live. Sample bot tles of this medicines can be obtained for HI cents to try its superior virtue. Regular size, 75 cents. Try it; two doses will relieve any case. Positively sold by all first-class drug gists iu the United States. jo? (Ticnjt Streail. If you want stale bread, you can have it delivered at your houses just as cheap as you can get it at the emigrant trains—lroni the City Bakery. je5 Itrt'iul Fillers <kf Hinui'imid'Xk If you want dear bread, have it brought to your house. If you want it at half-price, go to the emigrant trains and convince yourselves. We want to see townspeople have justice. je4-l in . Fresh Crsrrrln. A new shipment of groceries just re ceived liy C. (.'hun’owetii, at his cash store, where his customers may now purchase seven pounds of brown or six pounds of white sugar for one dollar, with the satisfaction of knowing that tie has no anti<mated 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. mhdO-tf Uimil lor the Klomnrli. Hostetetter's celebrated Stomach Bit ters are good. If you want something better, call on 1 >r. A. Uunv.NKK, at the Depot .Bakery and Restaurant. He will cure your ills for 25 cents and up wards. All the delicacies of the Season cooked to order. Strawberry short cake and cream a specialty. inlOtf Free In lull l)on't forget it boys! Free lunch every night at A. D. \\ illiams’—the i’alace Saloon. ^ For liooil Itreutl, Call at the 1 lei’OT Bakkky live loaves for twenty-live cents. ni8 Fresh Oysters And Celery Salad, every night, at Doi V Lckch Stand. fo-tf Anybody mad because we are issuing a price-list at Lkvy * Co’s ? Eh ? mhll 'SPECIAL LOCALS. ■ <M»k Here! Levy k Co. are opening to-day the largest and most complete stock of dry goods, buttons and clothing to l>e found in the State. It will be worth money to you to call and see them, and get prices. They are determined not to l>e undersold. Fresh goods arriving daily. Lf.vy & Co. KotliiiiK Sliurl of I'umistnkNlile Ken efitw conferred upon tens of thousands of sufferers could originate and main tain the reputation which Ayer’s Sar saparilla enjoys. It is a compound of the host vegetable alteratives, with the Idtlides of Potassium and Iron, and is the most effectual of all remedies for scrofulous, mercurial, or blood disor ders. Uniformly succesfiil and certain in its remedial effects, it produces rapid and complete cures of scrofula, sores, boils, humors, pimpies, eruptions, skin diseases, and all disorders arising from impurities of the blood. By its invig orating effects it always relieves and often cures liver complaints, female weaknesses and irregularities, and is a potent reiiewcr of vitality. Fop puri fying the blood it has no equal. It tones up the system, restores and pre serves the health, and imparts vigor and energy, For forty years it has been in extensive use, and is to'day the most available medicine for the suffer ing sick anywhere. 2-ly Ilotkm ! Hnllirrs! ! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Sooth into Sykcp. It w ill relieve the poor little sutlerer immediately—de pend upon it; there is no mistake about it. There is not a mother on earth w ho has ever used it w ho will not tell yon at once that it w’ill regulate the bowels, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to the child, ojierating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United Mates. Sold every where. 25cents a bottle. jal2-ly I Wish KicnIxxlv to Know. Rev. George H. Thayer, an old citi zen of this vicinity, known to every one as a most influential citizen 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's ('ousiemption Gave." It is having a tremendous sale over our counters, and is giving perfect satisfac tion m all cases of Lung Diseases, such as nothing else has done.” • I)rs. Matouett & France. Bourbon, Ind., May 15, 187$. Sold by C. A. DeSatssuke, Druggist. n$-eop Wo Deception I se«l. It is strange so many people will con tinue to suffer day after day with Dys pepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipation, Sour Stomach, and General Debility, when they can procure at our store Shiloh's Vitalizcr, free of cost if it does not cure or relieve them. Price, 75 cts. Sold by C. A. DeSacsscre, Druggist. n8-eop For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 75 cts. Sold by C. A. Df.SacsscRR, Druggist, Wiunemucca, Ncv. nii-eop Heed Potatoes. I have four of the best varieties of seed potatoes, which I will sell at a very low price, at Lovelock Station, C. P. R. K., Nevada. mh:ll-tf John Harrison. The most 'popular and fragrant per fume of the day, IIack'iiu:lns-k. Try it. Sold by C. A. DjcSaussckk, Druggist, Winnemueca, Nev, n7-oou Raking Powder. Everybody’s Baking Powder is as good as ours, and Levy k Co’s Ideal is better than them all. No alum in ours (unless you want it), and it will raise a man in his girl’s affections every time, mhll Tliree-ply Hose. A fine assortment of three-ply rubber hose, A No. 1, the best in town, at the store of ap27-tf Bannister k Wetherry. Darden Herds. For fresh garden, grass and flower seeds, call on C. Cbenoweth at his ( ash Store on Bridge street, \N mne mucca, Nevada. nirlO-tf Fredericksburg Herr. For a genuine glass of Fredericks burg, Boca or Pil lunar Beer, on your way to the Depot, call at G. A. Kkkn kul’s Depot llouse. P. S. No taffy—this beer intoxi cates. mlOtf And Why Is It? Why does everybody go to Levy & Co’s store for their goods T Answer— Because that is the place to get goods cheap for cash. mhll Boston Baked Beau* And Bro.wn Bread, at all times, at Doc's Bench •Stand. f5-tf RU* Lost. A fold fifiger ring with acarbuncle set was lost somewhere between L. L. Rickard’s house and stable. Anyone finding the same will be liberally re warded by leaving it at this office or at Montana’s stable. my31-tf A. T. Gilson. YVIne r«r Brave Hearts! At Frank Fellows’ Fashion Sample Rooms can be proenred the geuine im ported Charles Heidsieck, tf Lundies And tables set for weddings, picnics, balls and parties, at short notice, at the Depot Bakery and Restaurant, opposite the Depot. alOtf Kriueinher, The Depot Bakery man delivers fresh bread twice a day—five loaves for 25 cents—at any part of the town. pihS SADDLERY, HARNESS BOOT AND SHOE STORE,' Bridge Street, Winnenmeea, Nevada, ( Sew Brick Building.) H, B. HTAC.NTON has constantly on hand ' a large assortment ot all kinds of ' Round or Flat Bridles, Cinches, Buck skins, Slieep sldns.Alum and I,acre Leather, Haw Hides, Heins, Kan" garoo Rems, Spanish and Amei« ican Bits, Saddles! Harness, £ d 1-3 J5 O O *** -o M. b. mrvroK MANUFACTURES THE FI MOT KtlOTS, AT THE LOWEST I’KICKH. Saddle-trees, -o yuiek’s Kenttas, Hack am ores, All styles of -o- " hiplashA, • X. B. STAUNTON, Bi Idles, Whipstocks, A—It—It—li— -FI HA It M ESS MAKER, Iiridge Street, Winnemucca, NEVADA Boots, Kinds e t BunoWhipSr Hiding !\ hips Blanket sheets for Horses, Hoods and Buggy Robes, Lnp Robes, General As sortnmnt of Gloves, Best Brands of) all *! &P 3 *2 © 3 Js n'Ladies Calf, jo*Balmorals, Misses’ Calf Balmorals- Button Shoes. Misses and Children's 1/eather Shoes of all kiuda for sale at the lowest cash price.' J-iaots made to order for all prices from Syl, to #20 per pair. Repairing in the (saddle, Harness and Boot Department promptly at tended to. at prices to suit the times. Boots of the best brands sold as cheap as anvw.bejte pis the Pacific Slope. No light dress shoos for Lillies kept in stock. M. li. STAUNTON. _jc2t-'71>-tf___ II EMI Y BISC1I, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors and iiffurs, .. . - ALSO ■ —' Tbr. (bo ter st lira mis sl'Keer. v_ V.____ OiTOSITB THE COURT HOUSE. Winnsmueca, November 16, 1K79. 15-tf W. F. STB VEITS, BRIDOE STREET, WINNEMUCCA, Nev. CHEMICALS, VARNISHES, PAINT8, COLOR*, Window glass, Oils, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery, Brushes, Stationery, and Tot»acco. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS For Medical use. IS' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded W. F. STEVENS. Wiunemucca, October 8. 1878 RAILROAD FEED AM) SALE STABLE. UPPER WINNEMUCCA. The most convenient and comfortable Stable in Winnemucca. The Proprietor wlj] .spare no pains to give satisfaction to freighters .add otherfwho may favor him with their patronage A good supply of the l>e*t HAY AND GRAIN To he found in the market. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A KEOL'LAR JOBBING WAGON Punning to and from the Depot. AU orders lor hauling promptly attended to In connection with the 8table I have a complete stock of LUMBER OF ALL KINDS, Consisting in part of Building and Fence Lumber, Posts, Shinned, Shakes. Doors, Window-Blinds, Pickets, Mouldings, &e. F. VARA MORE, Proprietor. ILROA D®|f 2BU MEAT MARKET. BR1DUK STRKKT, WIKSWU'CCA GEORGE BERK, Proprietor. My patrons will find the kallrorat Market sup plifcd with the very best quality of BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, ETC. To>e found In the Stats. My prices will be ' found reasonable. „ ,, lleatA shipped to all points on th# Rwttotvd and all orlers promptly tilled. ma3-74-ff 411VK MB A CRAB.