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THE SILVER STATE.
TI>ur»«l*».June It, IHH0* ,S.: W. Ht'*K is authorized to make collection* of the SilitRk SJtatk and receipt for the same. HAIM BII.I.KTIX. War Department Signal Curvx l’. S. Army. Ju.MS, 17, 1380, 4:17 a. m. Oimervations taken at the same moment of time at all stations. WIND: | 05 Is] s ;Ej ! PLACE or j 3 I 5 J-Sg O I o ,5 73 g-'M-ai ^ OBSERVATIONS. J S * 5 % < I I ? r -r i = | 1 ! 5 '3 O _ ;_I • !_I_2_ tocUe City. Idaho.. | 61 S 4 .. 'Fair. Cheyenne, W y. 62 SW 4 t.... ‘Clear. Davenport, Iowa...; tUI Calm. ... Fair. North Platte, Neb.. 66 SE 10 ... ICkar. 1 Unaba, Neb. (12 SE 4 1.. Cloudy. Puxiie, Nev.., 5.1 SW 8 i.Clear. Sacramento, Cal ... i 67 SF. 4 ...Clear. : Salt laike, Utah.... 00 Culm .Clear. Nan Francisco, Cal..i 50 SW 11 ... Clear. Virginia, Mon. 43 SE 2 . Fair. Winneniucea, Nev.. | 411 >SW 4 ... Clear. Ji'nk Mill Maximum thermometer, 85"; Min imum thermometer, 4l\ MAN miXt'MCO STOCK ItllPOUT. Lad EirnlHif'H Board. 50 N Bella 111 Hi 2b Ar/enU 50c 450 Navajo 26c 950 Indepcnden :e 40e 50 I)ay 60e 750 Albion 55 60c 126 Mt Potoni SOc 100 N Belle Isle 25e 300 K Mt Diablo 75 70c SO Bod if 6} (jjj 1<m> Bechtel 110e 285 M(Clinton 35c 700 Summit 2 (10 Bulwer 490c 360 SjuJieate 105 I00e 100 Aurora 40e 4060 Uoodshaw 2( i 125 May belle 30c loo Coucordiu 1 6 .0 Champion 90 36c 466 Black Hawk 80 86c 350 Booker 00c 1(8) (jeoen I'ee 356 150 Mono 6j 5jj 30 Con Pacific 256c 60 Addenda 1(10 155c loo Noonday 41 45 N Noonday 490 >oo 1100 ( idvarsity 40c 505 Jupiter 226 210c 8(1 D Standard 70 05c 50(1 Orient 15c 2" Mammoth 200c’ 200 ito*t( n 1} yio Oro 2 150 S Noonday’ 110c 200 Tip Top Cl 300 Caledonia (B H)2| ThU Ylornln*’" Mount. 480 Ophir il 7 12U Mexican 8} 8J .u (i A C 370c ftf> li fi B it' 0 285 California 205 220c 1285 Savage 310 315c 185 Con Vst 345 340c 490 ('hollar 325 340c MsO IV.todi 2.01 2*Sc 020 If ft N 4f>0 456c 205 C Point 105 200c 65 > Y Jacket 0 ] 1055 tin|>crial 35c 530 Bclilior 225 230c t>0 Alpha* 135 S Nevada 13} 13} 280 I'tah 10 9} 40 Bullion 205c 1:10 Exchequer 195 190c 10 Sen Belcher 8 270 Overman 125 120c 100 Justice 40c ‘.»0 I'll loti 9} 9} 110 APa 240c O'JO Julia 70 75c 150 l-ulv Bryan 10c ."•0 Caledonia OOc 100 Silver Hill 55c 50 Chal)cn£e 105c 80 Oe< iileutal 1 150 1. Waabin/ton 30c 150 Indm 80c 10 Scorpion l*0c 5o Ward 110c 275 Uiiinn 201 205c 3.’a) Con ltorado 45c 150 Mackev 10c 160 M't'li View 156o LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Hive with hniutkoppm. Paradise farmers are alarmed over the prospect of a grasshopper plague. Parts of the valley are literally alive with the pests, which in consequence of the backwardness of the Ppriug have not yet attained their full growth. Some farmers hojte that they w ill leav e the valley, where they were hatched, w ithout doing milch damage, as soon a.s they can fly, while others have every thing in readiness to cut their grain for hay if the hoppers commence their rav-' ages. Nat. (tlllilan, who arrived hero yesterday from Paradise, says that ileorge Carrel informed him that there arc millions of eggs yet in the ground unhatehod, and that be finds them wherever be digs or plows the surface. Prrsanul Nufcs. Prank Naramore and Joseph <»er main returned from Pan Francisco to day. L. Siegel, who has hoen with Levy A, Co. here for several months pant, left to-day for San Fraucisco. C. Render arrived to-day from Para dise Valley. He reports the crops as looking splendidly. ('uriiHropia ICcillluit. Wells, Fargo &. Co’s express took W est yesterday, bullion valued at if, ■ .VJt, from the Leopard mine, at Cornu copia. The mine has been w orked dur ing the- Winter, by creditors of the company.* wlio-obtained a lease of it to give them a chance to get even. Med Kails. Steel rails for the Southern Pacific Huihead continue to be taken-West at the rate of from eight to twelve car loads a day. The greater part, if not all, the track of that road must be steel. —— • --* The Tales! Onl. ■Henry Hush has just received a large assortment of “Court house Ring cigars, which the boys pronounce a - first-class article, though they end in sukikc. Tmiaruills. Som< one hundred and thirty emi grants Went1 I'iast/last evening. Sev eral of them said they l»ad no idea of ever returning to the Pacitio ('ouat again. TNK TimtORt WHAT I* IT. Tbr Hr, Hkr «r II KtrkUfri Mkolit wllk a Kroikrr-la.law. Everylxxly remembers the Tuscarora “What Is It”—Sarah, Samuel Pollard —who created a sensation two or three years ago, and took to lecturing for awhile. Pollard, whether male or fe male, or both or neither, married a buxom lass named Marancy Hughes, who made affidavit that her so-called husband was a woman, and after wards, at his or her request, re tracted the statement and they lived together as husband and wife. Pollard, for some reason, in curred the enmity of Marancy’s rela tives, and they had lots of trouble. This trouble culminated in a shooting affray last Monday, the particulars of which are given in the Times-Review as follows: “About (5 o’clock last evening there was a shooting affray, between C\ Hughes, the brother of Marancy, who arrived here a few days ago, and Pol lard, the reputed female husband of the aforesaid Marancy. Hughes’ ac count of the affair is as follows: He says Pollard drove up on a wagon to the house where he and his sister were stopping. Some sharp and threatening words were interchanged, when Samrah drew a six-shooter and leveled it ou his brother-in-law. The latter pulled his gun and blazed away at Pollard, who was on the box of the wagon. Samrah returned the fire and two shots each were exchanged between the par ties, none of which, however, did any damage. Samuel then drove off, and active hostilities ceased. There were no arrests, and no complaint has been entered in the Justice Court against either the belligerent or belligerent ess.’’ HOW Til FT TOT»:n. The Nevada Ptlriiilri Who - Fargo I Their lu\tra<-lluu* at Mileage Considerable interest has been mani fested by the Blaine men hereabouts in the vote of the-Nevada delegation on the 36th ballot in the Chicago Conven tion. It has been . known that three voted for Garfield, two for Grant and one for Blaine. As the delegates, were instructed to vote for Blaine first, last and all the time, itwaa supposed: that like the California delegation’ they would stick to Blaine until the last day in the evening. The Chicago pajiers tell how they broke on the last ballot as follows: "When the vote of Neva da was announced a delegate questioned its accuracy and the Chair directed the Clerk to call the roll. The Clerk called the roll; and K. Btrother, W, W. Bish op and M. D. Foley voted for Garfield; C. C. Stevenson and J. J.-'Meiggs for Grant, and T. D. Edwards for Blaine.” The resolutions adopted, at the. Austin Convention instructed- ihe delegates to "vote as a unit for James G. Blaine so long as his1 name* shill be before the Convention as a candidate for: nomina tion.” Here is more proof that plat forms are made to catch voters^ or at least that delegate*, like members of the Legislature, do not consider tliem b.tiding. Sfsrflty #r Fleur. We are informed that every pound of dour made at the Silver State Mills, Paradise Valley, has been disposed of, and there is not near enough in the stores and among the fanners to supply the h ants of the people until harvest. It will go hard with the people of Par adise, who justly boast of having the best grain producing Valley in the State, to have to import Hour from (California, to supply the home demand until next harvest. Court Adjourned. Two casts, on appeal from Lake Township, were before the District Court yesterday—one of '•which—enti tled Garpouter vs. Bush—was contin ued ti» be tried on its merits, and the other was taken under advisement. Court then adjourned until Wednes day, July 7vh. X Queen’.* Present. Two Japanese dogs, real handsome little fellows, sent as a present by the Empress of Japan to the Empress of Germany, were taken-east on to-day's express train. mean (trend. If you want stale hrdnd,’ you can have it delivered at your houses just as cheap'as you onti get it at tlunvitugrfcut, trains from'tile City Bakery. jo5 Martin tlregory, an express agent of Almira, met with a horrible death on Tuesday night, ..while on his .way to Jersey City in a train of the New York, Lake Erie and Western Rail road. As the train was dashing through the tunnel at Jersey City, Dregory leaned out of a window. His head struck against a post at the side of the track and was almost completely knocked off. His body fell hack upon tho seat of the ear. The passengers, terrified at the ghastly spectacle, were seized with a panic, and it was not un til the train had emerged from the tun nel that they recovered from their fright, < Gregory was 29 years of age. He leaves a wife and family in Elmira. His relatives, were informed of his death, and his body was detained at Jersey City subject to their order. BOB*. CLARK—In Winnemucca, June 17th, to the wife of George W. Clark, a son. SPECIAL LOCALsT Ui-uicuitM-r. The Depot Bakery does uot sell five loaves of hot bread to emigrants and four loaves of stale bread to towns people for 25 cents. Everybody gets five large loaves of fresh bread, baked twice daily, at the Depot Bakery, for 25 cents. je8-tf Brown's Household Fanner* Is the most effective paiu destroyer in the W'orld; will most surely quicken the blood whether taken internally or ap plied externally, and thereby more cer tainly relieve pain, whether chronic or acute, than any other paiu alleviator, ami is warranted double the strength of any similar preparation. It cures paiu in the side, hack or IkjwcIs, sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and ALL ACHES, and is The (lrent Reliever of Rain. “Brown’s Household Pana cea-’ should he in every family. A teaspoonful of the Panacea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened, if preferred), taken at bed-time,, will break CP a cold. 25 cents a bottle. jal3-ly Much Urknm (/undoubtedly to children, attributed | to other causes, is occasioned by worms. Brown's Vermifuge (.'ornjits, or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in destroy ing worms, can do no possible injury to the most delicate child. This valuable combination has bceu successfully used | by physicians, and found to Iks abso lutely* sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful to children. Twenty-five cents g-box. j . jnliMy Wr Challenge ibe World, When we say we believe we have evidence to prove that Shiloh's ('on sumption (hire, ia decidedly the best lung medicine made,unasinuch as it will cure a common or chronic cough, in one half the time, and relieve..Asthma Bronchitis, Whooping Cough Croup, and show more cases of Consumption cured than all others. It will cure where they fail, i It is pleasant to take, harmless to the youngest child, and we guarantee what we say. Price, 10 cts, 50 cts.aud $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Bold by C. A. DeSaussitk* Druggist. n7-eod Da Yob Believe It, That in this town there are scores of persons passing our store every day whose lives are made miserable by In digestion, Dyspepsia, Sour and Dis tressed Stomach, Liver Complaint anti ! Constipation, when for 75 cts we will sell them Shiloh's VUtilizer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold by C. A. DkSaos surk, Druggist. u7-eod The most popular and fragrant per* fume of the day, flaekwetack. Try it. Sold .by C. A.DeSadsuurk, Druggist, Winnemucea, Nev. n7*eod _- - - Boston Baked Beans And Brown Bread, at' all times, *t Doc’s Lunch Stand. f5-tf Anybody mad because we are issuing a once list at Lkvy k Co’s ? Eh ' inhl 1 - - - ^ — Ik Any tied)- Mail Because townspeople get bread at the same price as emigrants do at the Lbs* \ pot Bakery._ _ jeS-tf Three* ply Hose. A fine assortment of three-ply rubber hose, A No. 1, the best in tow n, at the store of up27*tf Bannister k Wktherly. I'or Good Kriutil. Cull a« the Dki'ot Bakery—five loaves, for twepty-tive cents. mb ' Look Here! , i Levy & Co. are opening to-day the largest and most complete stock of dry goods, buttons and clothing to be found in the State. It will be worth money to voa to call and sec them, ami get prices. • T hey are determined not to be undersold. FVesh goods arriving daily. Levy A Co ' SPECIAL LOCALS. (low It I* Done. The first object in life with the Amer ican people is to “get rich;” the second, how to regain good health. The first can l>e obtained by energy, honesty and saving; the second—good health—by using Green's August Flower. Should yon be a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Indigestion, ete., such as Sick Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach, Habitual Costivennss, Dizziness of the Head, Nervous Pros tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not sutler another day. Two doses of August Flower will relieve you at once. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Reg ular size, 7o cents. Positively sold by all first-class druggists iu the United States. Various Causes— Advancing years, care, sickness, disap pointment. aud hereditary predisposi tion—all operate to turn the hair gray, and either of them inclines it to shed prematurely. Aybk's . Hair Vigor will restore faded or gray, light or red hair to a rich brown or a deep black, as may be: desired. Jt softens and cleanses the scalp, giving it a healthy action. It removes and cures dandruff and hu mors. By its use falling hair is checked, and a new growth will be produced iu iu all cases, where the follicles* are not destroyed or the glands decayed. Its effects are beautifully shown on brashy, weak or sickly, hair, on which a few ap plications will quickly produce the, gloss and freshness of youth. Harm less and sure iu its operation, it is incomparable as a dressing, and is es pecially valued for the soft luster and richness of tone.it imparts. It coutaius neither oil nor dye, and w ill not soil or color w.bita cambric;, yet it. lasts long on the .hair and keeps it fresh and vig-' orous. . ly-3 t.ooti tor the. stomach. Hostetetter s celebrated Sttmtack Bit ters arc good. I£ you. want something,' better, call oii Dr. A. Gritzner, at the' Depot Bakery . and Restaurant. He will cure your ills. for 25 cents and .up wards. AM the delicacies of the season cooked to. order. .Strawberry, short cake and cream g, specialty. . .wlfftf | _ Fmh Oyster* * And. Celery Salad,, every . night, at^ Doc’s Lunch Stand. fC-tf Koden *«u». • For fresh, garden, grass, and flower seeds, call on- C. ■C’benoweth. at his Cash Store on Bridge,street,wWmue inuoca, Nevada. ...wflQ-tf HmIOmr PswdM. Everybody’s Baking Powder is as good as ours,, and Lev* 4: Co’a Ideal is better than-them. hll. Nu alun) ip-oue* (unless you want it), and it wiU raise a wan in his girl’s, afleotwns every Lina^. mWhll_ . Unohn lhM t'P And .table* set - for. .wcddmg*, |»icaies, balls.abdj tpartietv.afc shprk, notice,; and at. leaaundble prices, - *afr-.- the2" .Bepqt i Bakery, and:.Btwtowrant»»ypositui the Depot. •• jefltf Pure CsHrr. Wahavo just received-our,own brdnid' of coffee, thei finest in the. market. Try it. ... w5 I .Lnvy. fc.Co. . OKIfiNTU.HUL JIAiaON BILLIARD, ROttM S, Comer el Hddffr»n<J..ThiriLJ3.ts„ ■Wlnwmucce, > BE.\. HWttU. Fnprtetor. 1 • The .undersigned beu*.leave to inform, his frivedsami the.public uiaa be.is.aov. the pro prietor ot ,thcabove ^lexaut Saloon and JUMjard IUU, suaUuMurea.thetutiiat thc.w iU.Snd it one o the most pluwautresorts in town. The Bat feutfcx&ed with the best brands of WINEH, BHJVORS, CIGARS, ETCt, ETC. t A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE will always be found i»good order. In connection with the Saloon is a Larue sad LssuswUsiM Hall. The usr «f which will he free far aH public -meetings sad home eutsrt runasM S’ BKg. SXQRER. U inncnuspcn,’Feliruary j tf . «ALT, SALT. The Resort. Salt Company is iiuw preiMersd ta furnish » choice article ;o ■ HULLING SALT iu quantities UiobuU, at reasonable rates. j t Extra quality of Salt for ail kinds at meats f constantly mi hand. E* Reinhart Jt Co. are our sole Agents ft* Winnumucca. and.-Northern Country. Address orders to 1 WALTER SC1IM1UT, Manager altfS-n" ‘White l'lajns. Nthada D. H. HAHliKLL, TOWN SITE AGENT, f. P.R.R. TOWN LOTH FOR HALE OR LEASE. j PARTIES WISHING TO LEASE OR PUR ohatai Lots in the town of- Winnemucca,- are hereby notified that all application!- for the same, or on bnsiut ss relating -thereto, snould be-ad dressed to the undersigned at San K-ancisco, a: the C. P. R. R. oflioe where they will receive prompt attention , Those osenpyitqrlaaulshelonffinx to the com panv, without havin.; bought orleawd-tb# same, are also nutilicd ta attend to the mnttei without Jcl&v anil avert tsouVU. nuio. ‘ O. H ‘HAi’ltLLL. RADDLEftY, HAKMiSS ,,.,.ARD .... BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Utrrrt, WlgarMitn, Nevada, (.Sew Brick Building.) X, B. HT A INTON has constantly on hand • a lorgttassosUnent of aU kinds of Baddies ' Harass?, X * -»pm>*sh -l S'g w *n4Am«r- % s lean Bits, i © , Round or ; S, ** , flat Bridles, Cinches, Bueh> --0 skins, Khesp' „ M. B> hTAf NTON skins,Alum <»nd Loos , MANUFACTURES Leather, Raw aides, THE FINEST BBOTS . Reins, han i garoo Reins, at the lowest prices. ..Baddle-trces, ——0— Uuiek's Boattas, Ilackamores, A11 styles of --0- W hlplnshes, M. B, .hTAt'KtON, Bridles, Whipstocks, .-»-A—B-»~rL—E ,hi'fi:KyW>lrs< Riding Whips ttAsd— blanket sleets for Ifcjrses, , B %RNE*». tt AHEB, Hoods, and fl ujfffj’Robw f Bridge Street, Wi/meigucca, Lap Robes, , General As r e v a n a . sortment of , G -o- , Gloves, Best p* t Brandy ofi .&* .Boots, all §£ Kinds of 3 alktdies Calf, > Bel moi als, Hisses' Calf Balmorals. Button Shoes, Misses and Children's Leather Shoes of .all kinds for sale at the lowest cash price. *. Boots made to order for all prices fronft fit to •91 per. pair. .-.Repairing iu the.-., goodie, Harness and Boot department promptly, at tended to. at prices to suit the times. 1 Boots of the Best brands sold as cheap a* any wher? on the Pacific Blope. No light dress-shoes for LraUsm kept in stock. M. B. slf Al’NTON. __.1ea?-’7»4f_ ~ RAILROAD FEED AVD KALE STABLE. LPRKK W INN KM UCC A. The most convenient and cprofortabls JJtable in Witmemueca. The Proprietor will Spar* no - pains to givg satisfaction to freighters and others.why may favor him with theh.Pk#Wdage A .good, supply of the hest :.EAY AND - To He found in the market. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A REGl'LAR . JOBBING WAGON Jjlmtnlnfr to and from the Depot. All order* for hauling promptly attended to , DMonBectloJBrffltfc g*#**!*!* i ..'LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. i '.Constating lit part of Aulldimrand Pence Lumber* .poets, Bhingtea, / Wakes,-. Doonr, R indow-Blmds, ■ ^fkfcets, - .SlP^ldtg*. Ac. V ftiNARAMORB,Pr«prt»tor. oH . . F. AIIWfENN* a,mrp»* otkjwt, * WWWEHWCA, Nev, . Cff RMjCALS, VARNISHKM, PAiN«SCWR^. Window glass, Oils, ToJUt ArDcIs*. XViWt**}' 0 .Rocket .Cutlery, rROMhu\ ;iW*t#in«ryKl *nJ Tqbacco. JURE .vMtTNES AND LiM&Vi)R8 r for. Radical, use. j JftwmrtKtfmhrawfylqf aomtxw»dwl . w. ft STEVENS. " Wtn&emucca, October 8, MTS II numboldt Democratic r^Jen t ti»t Committee. A Meeting q» *h* |p*»tw»tte.» Cantonin' 1 Wittae- «< ■ Hmutkaldt. County .»iR, hwiMU at OftMSNTAL HALL, InWiiUMaPwtecn, •k ir.<ae*lM»dny.. (vralig, *n*;,*3d, 1880, at 9 o’clock e. m. .The ohjeo* pX said meeting 4s the apportionment of GslegatptJrom .the various, precincts in said County t# the County Convention, the Axing of, tite time for bolding Primaries, in said precinct*,..and the Axing of the time for holding the Democratic , Ceunty. ihawsutiou. A. W. PI8K, Chairman, v Vi’ittnf*pU.OQa^ June, 19, 1880. «. td ,---;---■----T-* HENRY BUSCH, DEALER IN lYiliues <Utt»or» and Clears, ——A1SO— -—V — The CJUolerst Brands ef Brer. — •. V.___„_) .. orroorr* TWB CPCRT Horan. Wlnnautnec*) J*#'ta»b«r 16v»*7ft. ., ;^6-tl j£ w, weoD, .. BtW«» Mawlt, ,W JUOMPtit'CA.. ,N fcVAD A. . Darter in HAR1IWARJB. »»0WJE». v UKlCtJJiTfcliAV JW>J,**ENTS yiKWAKSC f, .a V AND ; CROCKER Y.__ J. E. SARISE WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. W1NNEMUCCA, - - - * -* NEVADA ‘-•yE-J