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THE SILVER STATE.
TMriHiif.- •lnl> lm S.W. Krn is authorized to make collection* or the Sloven StVMt ami receipt for the same. DAILY KIIAETD. Wat hr part men t—Si/jtuU Carve V. & Army. JULY, 1, 1S3'>, 4:11 A. M. Observations taken at the sume moment of time at all stations. WIND: i ' £ tr«! ~ PLACE OF 1 11 jf S 2. j O • ’2 S 3 OBSERVATIONS. ,5 £ i ? yj: o' I sr-|- | I " ; s ;a ! § _i__ 1_ Boise City, Idaho..] is 'SB » ;-'lair. Cheyenne, Wy.; ;*•’» SVt 4 .... (..ioedy. !>uveniK»rt1 Iowa... <’»7 S 6 .. CaOudy. North Platte, Neb.. I <*» NM 4 .... .Ct. u. omaha. Neb. «« 8W il .. ‘Cloudy. I'ioehe, Nev.' (>1 Ca'm.< leer. itiuramento, Cal.... ftH ,r I' C ....jC'lear. Salt Isike, Utah....! 60 .SB 4 .... Fair. Nan FrancOwl.. M *s*^ • ••• \ irjfi/na, Mon. 47 (' Em. j • • • • CMrialy. ! Winnemueca, Nev.. • 57 N K 12 ■-j Fair. .i-..-1. 1 .j _ -- —•— -—— i Juan Sdtli--Maximum thermometer, S<> ; liin t.uuiii thermometer, 54 . »1N lUAMIStO ST04K REDOUT. IakI Etruiiis'H Board. HO K k B 5C 120 liur« kiv '7* 17J 4.0 Belmont 25c 26 N. rth ii Bello 11? S’) Manhattan 2 • 6..<> Cram! Prize 115c 21:. Aiye.it*. 25 40c 100 Metallic 110c JOO Na. jjOftoc Hto Tusearora lcc 3.50 l)ai (to 56c 109 lUinb.irtf i 1<hj Hillside 40c 700 Aliiimi i. aoc fill V' ales 31 230 N Belle Isle 50c » ft) Mt 45c 50c He line i'c 95 HociivtStO 60 Bechtel l VO McClinten 25c 375 Tiojra lj 155 Summit I 41 136c 2il>» A lr i.u 15 2V 276 Oumlshaw 18.0 100 Con.a.nJfa 8.V 4u0 Champion 7.«’ 100 Ii. > ilo:.- 4.V* 600 yuecn Bet 26c 10" Mum 4 67 5 I niversity 25 30e 276 Inidle.yll 275 .hunter 150 14<>c 2m: South Bnlwer S0< 725 Addenda 1 100 N< onday 3; 360 1) Standard 65 O.K.- 146 Mammoth 160170c 30*1 Oro 1.40c 100 Tip Top <3 5^ Ibis Moraine's Board. 1 Ki Of.liir hj 8ft M* xiean 6* H> 0 4 C 3S0o HO California 2 20 Sav.iyt 220c 235 Con Vtt 735 840c 1M) tliollar 290c 129 Pofosi 210 20tle 10 H Si N .'.one Crown Poii’t 1| 60 Ydi i'v ducket 6J 25 Bel her l*oc 50 Ainha 435c 10 Confidence 4 200 S Nevada 13J .SI l'W <tah 10* 7 ift Bullion 10j lO’K. 145 Kvi ht*;T 166 Itttnc iuu Overman 90c 105 Just.ce 75. 400 l ii’. u 21 211 100 .,'c.lia *>5. .4) Caledonia 60c 1.1 > Silver Hill 40c 2i*j New York 16c « < O. eidei.tal 1 7.31 S Nevada 13J *',o Bel. her 190c t 120 Andes 100 95c 4V0 7 orplul. ISO 165c Too h. vl.uiiao 20c 260 Benton 100 106c tSOO <^i*inn 2} 60 Hard 1| LOCAL IX TELL 1C EX €X. Pers.in.il Vi»rs. (•merge K. Geisse, an oid-timo Hutu-.. Ivil.lter, jKU.sod west to-dav mt his re turn from New York. !! : gays hots are lieing freely often;.I in the oast that Hancock will be elected. Deputy l’. K. Marshal Rtt.se passed west to day •’.vitli witnesses in tile John A. June-. forgery case, now being tried ac < arson. 'I be I*ii> Cnr. The Central Pacific pay car returned from Oyden hu-t evening, a.id di.-itrib uted considerable coin among the em ployer of the company here and along the rnrfd. '1'he locomotive attached to the car is embellished with the name* Garfield and Arthur in large letters, Fbet if Mr. Garfield's vote bad decided the Silver bill the employes of the com pany would be paid in depreciated sil ver coin, as they wore before tile pas ago of the lull * ltatiUraeton aC Kprtnir City. A correspondent v .-icing from .Spring City says: “The news or toe nomina tion of Hancock at Cincinnati was re ceived here with great rejoicing. The “unterrified" iVmociacy lirt-d a salute with giant-powder cartridgi*, and hur rahed themselves hoarse for Hancock, feeling confident that ho will occupy | the White House after the dth o. March, next. A Koftynix ('out Vein. The report of .1. G. Cmijrr, '-upirin temlent ef the Trimly mine at Galena, is published in the New York Mining News. it says the cross-cut on the Trinity is now in Hi feet and shows signs of reaching the foot-wi 11. A rich strike lias been made in the second 1 north Trinity, which assays from &J00 1 to over $000 per toil. •— — CnCoriuatfsu Vtantrii. M. Pendleton, ol Miami, Saline county, Missouri, is anxious to learn the whereabouts of .1 amen YV. Pendle ton, who re.- ided at Goleonda about two y ears c;o. Rase Itulti-r*. Three professional bare ball players arrived here yesterday, and our local dubs aic going wild over their perform aiiccr. 'i’hey v ill probably be prevailed up»e.i 11 remain here ro part' ”oat’.* in a j,nme. j MIMING EXCITEMENT. A £ lumped? to Buckskin Mountain. A note from Spring City fuforms the Silver Static that there has been a general stampede from that section in the direction of Buckskin Mountain, not far from the Idaho road, where very rich mining discoveries have re cently been made. Two old prospectors brought some ore to Spring City and had it assayed. It went from $3.50 to $515 per ton. The assays were made from float rock, and the prospectors went back to find the ledge and were successful. The ore is of a grayish color, with blue spots, and it contains horn silver and sulphurets of silver. All the Unemployed men, and those who could possibly get away by beg ging, borrowing or capturing a horse, left for the locality of the new discov ery. The new district is situated about twenty miles northwest from Spring City. To get‘there they had to travel over a rough mountainous country, covered with good grass and a little timber. The mine is situated on a ridge between Pole and Canyon Creeks, four miles south of Buckskin or Burnt Mountain, about 18 or 20 miles south of Fort McDermit, and throe miles cast of the Silver City road. The course of the ledge is north and south, and the country rock is a brownish slate. There is plenty of water and grass iu the vi cinity, but wood is scarce. .Hrtcorolugiral Iluta Tor Jimr, 1KK0. The mean range of the barometer for June waa 29.947; the highest 30.229, on the 5th; the lowest, 29,830, on the i 3d; range during the month, .399. The mean temperature during the mouth of June waa (55.8; highest do., 94 on the 28th; lowest do., 29" on the 20th; monthly range, 65°. The mean humidity w as 17-5. Kan.fall, 0. The prevailing wind waa southwest; ! highest wind had a-velocity of -10 miles ; per hour, on the 7th; total number of 1 miles during the month, 7,418. Number of clear days during the j month, 21; number of fair days, 9. The mean temperature for the month ! of June, 1878, was 69.0"; for June, 1879, 68.6°; for June, 1880, 65.8°. 1 Total Tain fall for June, 1878, 0.55 inch; for June, 1879, 1.27 inches; for June, 1880, .00 inch. The month of June just past haa been the driest since the Signal Office was ci tablished here. J. K. \V., Observer S. S. Bulan'* Libel Hull. Professor Rutan, the blind music teacher, who resided in Wiunetnucea for some time, brought suit for libel against Milton Kelly, publisher of the Idaho Statesman. The case was set (or trial at Boise City last week, and Rutan, w ho has been teaching music at Baker City, Oregon, was on hand at the time. The Idaho Democrat says: “His suit for damages against Milton Kelly w as dismissed through a differ ence of interpretation of the law in re- i lation to the time of filiug bond, Ru tau s counsel believing that it extended j over a greater length than the Court j ruled the law allowed. It was dis missed at motion of Kelly's counsel. The unit was forthwith recommenced with five thousand dollars more added to the original amount claimed, thus making the sum sued for twenty-five thousand dollars. We hope it will not be considered meddling in stating that Kelly v as about as anxious to stave the business oft as Rtitan to bring it on.” — —— •.... Indians and the Census. ’Hie instructions to Census Enumera tors, regarding Indians, arc as follows: “Indians not in tribal relations, whether full bloods or half-breeds, who are found mingled with the white imputa tion, residing in white families, engaged as servants or laborers, or living in huts or wigwams in the outskirts of towns or settlements, are to be regarded as a part of tlm ordinary population of the country for the constitutional pur post! of the apportionment of Kepresm tatives among the States, and are to be embraced in the enumei ation.” I'lHlgl’illltM. Ninety emigrants, exclusive of chil dren, passed east last evening, and about the same number went West to dAy _„_ Hell lux OK . A. Oritanar is selling oft everything 1 cm hand at the He j kit Restaurant, to d-.v, at public auction. 1 The railway Up the sides of Mount Vesuvius, just completed, runs along a road steep as a ladder or a fire escape and 860 metres in length; but as regards danger, it is reduced to a minimum. It is not a train in which the passenger travels, but a single carriage, carrying ten persons only, and os the ascending carriage starts, another, counterbalanc ing it, comes down from the summit, the weight of each lieing five tons. The carriages arc so constructed that, ris ing or descending, the passenger sits on a level plane, and whatever emotion or hesitation may be felt on starting changes, before one has risen twenty metres, into a feeling of perfect secur ity. Dismounting at a little station at the summit, you can scarcely be said to clamber to the edge of the crater, for the company have* cut a convenient winding path, up which all except the aged, heavy or feeble can walk with ease. —i mu i Mwn—■wna—i—»— SPECIAL LOCALS. Good Bread. The City Bakery has jnst received a lot of fine white California flour, the first used in town for three years, and is now prepared to furnish the best bread made in town—ami full weight, too. Also pies and cakes. lw Situation Wanted. A woman, competent to fill any po sition, such as chamber maid, waiting on table, or doing housework in a pri vate family, and is also a good nurse, desires a situation. For particulars, address “M. J.,” Postoflice, Winne mucca. je25-2w# 4'barin LohI. A gold quartz charm was lost last Sunday, June 111th, about a mile and a half above town. On the charm were the initials “J. M. B.,” also “Grand Prize, Tiiscarora, Nev.” The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at the Capital Saloon, in Win nemueca. je2*2-tf PrrdrrtrfcHbunc Beer. For a genuine glass of Fredericks burg, Boca or Pillsner Beer, on your w av to the Depot, call at G. A. K Hen kel's Depot House. I’. S. No taffy—this beer intoxi cates. _ mlOtf Bali In" Powder. Everybody’s Baking Powder is as gr»od as ours, and Levy Sl Co’s Ideal is better than them all. No alum in ours (unless you want it), and it will raise a man in Ins girl's affections every time, mhll tie Boot and Comfortable. Call at F. C. Robins’, and tit your self with a white coat, pants and vest, all of which are being sold at cost. je28 ■ ■ — ♦- — Remember. The Depot Bakery does not sell five loaves of hot bread to emigrants and four loaves of stale bread to towns people for 23 cents. Everybody gets live large loaves of fresh bread, baked twice daily, at the Depot Bakery, for 23 cents. je8-tf Summer llals Latest styles of Indies’ Summer Hats at reduced prices, at jet) E. Reinhart & Co’s. i I* Anybody Nad Because townspeople get bread at the same price as emigrants do at the De pot Bakery. je8-tf Three-ply Hose. A tine assortment of three-ply rubber hose, A No. 1, the best in town, at the store of ap‘J7-tf Bannister & Wktherly. ————♦ Wine hr Brave Heart* At Frank Fellows’ Fashion Sample Rooms can he procured the genine im ported Charles Hckbrieck. tf Anybody mad because we are issniug a price list at Levy Co’h? Eh ? inhll l or (<ihm! Breed. Call at the Depot Bakery—five loaves for twenty-five cents. iu8 Fresh Bysfcra And Celery Salad, every night, at Do -'* Lynch Stand. , f5-tf Hirittuu Baked Kean* And Brown Bread, at all times, at Doc’s Lynch Stand. fo-tt Summer kood*. White coats, pants and vests at cost, at F. C. Robins*. je‘J8 Look Elm! 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 w ill be worth money to you to call and see them, ami get prices. They arc determined not to be \ ndcrsolu. I'rvith good-* arriving daily. Levy & Co SPECIAL LOCALS. 1 Wish Everybody to Enow. 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 onr store to say: “I wish everybody to know that I consider that both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cum." It is having a tremendous sale over our counters, aud is giving perfect satisfac tion in all cases of Lung Diseases, such as nothing else has done.” Drs. Matchett k Franck. Bourbon, Ind., May 15, 1878. Sold by C. A. DeSacpscre, Druggist. n8-eop No Deception t«ed. It is strange so many people will con tinue to sober day after day with Dys pepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipation, Sour Stomach, and General Debility, when they can procure at our store Shiloh's VUtilizer, free of cost if it deed not cure or relieve thorn. Price, 75 eta. Sold by C. A. DeSacsscre, Druggist. 118-eop For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 75 cts. Sold by C. A. DeSacsscre, Druggist, Wiunemucca, Nev. n8-eop »> Challenge the World, When we say wo believe we have evidence to prove that Shiloh's Con sumption Cure is decidedly the best lung medicine tnade, inasmuch 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. It is pleasant to take, harmless to the youngest child, and we guarantee what we say. Price, 10 cts, 50 cts and Si. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. ,Sold by C. A. Df.Sapssprk, Druggist. n7-eod Do Believe It, That in this town there are scores of fwrsons passing our store every day whose lives are made miserable by In- 1 digestion, Dyspepsia, Sour and Dis tressed Stomach, Liver Complaint and Constipation, w hen for 75 cts wc will sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold by C. A. DeSaus sfre, Druggist. n7-eod The most popular and fragrant per fume of the day, Hackmetack. Try it. Sold by C. A. DeSapssprk, Druggist, Winnemuoca, Nev. n?-eod How It Is Done. The first object in life with the Amer ican people is to “get rich;’’ the secohd, how to regain good health. The first can be obtained by energy, honesty ami saving; the second—good health- by using(Irern’sAcgustPlowt.k. Should you be a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Dysj»epsia, Liver Coin K’.aint, Indigestion, etc., such as Sick cadache, Palpitation of the Heart, j Sour Stomach, Habitual Costivennss, Dizziness cf the Head, Nervous Pros tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not suffer another day. Two doses of Apgpst Flower will relieve you at once. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Reg ular size, 75 cents. Positively sold by j all first-class druggists in the United j States. Brown's Honsrbnld Panacea la the most effective pain destroyer in the world; will most surely quicken the blood whether taken internally or ap plied externally, and thereby more cer tainly kklikvk pain*, whether chronic , or acute, than any other pain alleviator, and is warranted double the strength of any similar preparation. It cures pain in the side, back or bowels, sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all aches, ami is The Great Reliever of Pain. “ Brown’s Hocseiiold Pana cea” should be in every family. A teasjKwmful of the Panacea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened, if preferred), taken at bed-time, will break cp a conn. 25 cents a bottle. jalS-ly Much Sickness Uundoubtedly to children, attributed to other causes, is occasioued by worms. Brmciie Vermifuge Comjits, or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in destroy ing worms, can do no possible injury to the most delicate child. This valuable combination has been successfully used by physicians, and found to ho abso lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful to children. Twenty-five cents a box. jal3-iy E.UtlCllCK l*U! I'|t And tables set fur weddings, picnics, balls and parties, at short notice, and at reasonable prices, at the Depot Iktkery and Restaurant, opposite the Depot. jeStf Garden Hmls. For fresh garden, grass and flower seeds, call on C. Chenowefch at his Cash Store on Bridge street, Winne mucoa, Nevada. lnrlO-tf Aud Why Is It 1 Why does everybody go to Levy A J Co’s store for their goods ? ? Answer Because that is the place to’ g f goods cheap for cash. n.hl 1 FIRST - ANMAL BALL! -or tub-— EAGLE BASE BALL GLIB, OF WINNKMCCCA, NEVADA, Ob Monday Evening, July Mb, 1880. Invitation Committee > Wimtentaeca —Winneniucca Ra'e Ball Club. Goleorida—F. N. Levy, Jamc : Hudson. tattle Mountain—Batt.e Mountain Base Ball Club. Fdr ad me Valley—A. TV. Siegel, C. C. Biles, Asa Moore, B. F. KUey, (J. Cartel. Toll lionet—John Rhone. Willow Creek—Cl.as. Br.rries, H. L. Hoppin. Fort McDermit—ll. II. McColly, Chas. Bow ling, W. O. Baber. live. Patch—A. Westfall, Jumes Borluml. Mill City—Yi. Collin, James Gould. Dan Glen- L. J. CrookJohn Ross. Humboldt Ho ate—C. Clarke, L. A. Blaketlee. Reception Committee t Frank Ewalt, M. Fleishman, J. L. May, 1. N. Levy, M Heinhart, James Gregor, Otas. A. LaGraVe, George Booth. [Floor Directori F. M. Fellows. Door kronert Owen Lovojoy. OFFICERS EAGLE BASE BALL CLl'K: President.. ,G. Booth Frank Fellows.Vico President M. Fleishman. .Treasurer J. L. May.Property Man Secretary. I, N. Levy Captain.William Gwens Good music w ill be furnished for the occasion. 48T TICKETS, admitting gentleman and lu dies, $■£ GO each. Je21-td Appetite, refreshing sleep, thd acquisition of flesh and color, are blessings attendant upon the reparative processes which this priceless invito rant speedily initiates and carries to a successful conclusion. Digestion is restore.! and sustenance afforded to each life-sustaining organ by the Bitters, which is' inoffensive, even to the feminine palate, vegetable in composi tion, and thourotlghly safe. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener ally. OXE PRICE STORE. BAXXISTER & WCTHEBLY PROPRIETORS, Will keep constantly on hand a large and we selected stock of FAMILY groceries, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Butter, Eggs, Canned and Dried Fruits, Canned Vegetables, Wines, and Liquors, Tinware, Etc., Etc., Etc. CALIFORNIA AND TROPICAL FKITTS GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS. Green, Dried & I'anned Fruit*. Boots, Shoes -■ Fancy Q«»pd.-<, Cutiery 1 Totiaoco, • Pipes. , All of which will be sold at the very iowml price for CASH. Call and sec for yt urseli. BANNlSTEK A WETHERLY. ywtnncmuccA, March ti, tf HENRY BOTH' DKALKK IN Wines' Liquors and Eipars -ALSO -^ — , The Choicest Brand* of Rcer.^— OtTOHITK TUK COURT llOlSf, Winnemueca, November 15, 1871*. ** r\ CN TO £0,000 A YKAR, or $5 W | - 'Yl if |to gib a day in your own t'a'.E V locality. No risk. Wo»ihs«i N do as well ns men. Many make more than the amount stated above. No one can fail to make money lust. Any one van do the work. Ye u can make from ;.»teats to $2 an hour by devoUntr your < vettings and spate time to the business. It costs nothin/ to try the business. Nothin}, like it tor money making eve • offered before Th.since* pleasant and strictly honorable. Header, it you want to know alt a. out the best p;v\. u bu*t;u>*> before the public, send us your ..dd ess and wtmJM s, nd you full p .thtiliu v.d pp.ute term* fiee; sampljs wert *6 «»••*» live A ot. cun then make flp veur tu t d fo y ■ A.:<i.-c#s inuOlA'l-' ! - <»N * < tof tlu* I >. v...i u, AIwaa.