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THE SILVER STATE.
9f outlay...July l», ihhu. CA»rAIC!« ORATOR*. It is announced that Senator Thur man intonds to visit the Pacific Coast this Fall to speak for General Hancock.. In the event of his doing so he should receive a cordial reception from all who believe in honoring a distinguished statesman who has advocated the pas i. »go of the Silver and Anti-Chinese bills, iad who framed and introduced the Pacific Railroads Funding bills, which compels the railroad companies to pro vide for the payment at maturity of t.ie bonds for winch the Government 13 security, isssued to aid them in build ing the roads. This bill has stood the ordeal of the Supreme Court, and has been declared coustitutionel by that tribunal. Senator Thurman is perhaps more thoroughly detested by the cor porations than any other public man in tile United States, but that is one of the reasons why the people should do him honor. Another is his stainless record as a Senator, which shows neith er blot nor blemish, as his voice and h:s votes have always been in favor of ike people and against monopolies and jobbery of every kind and character. It is also quite probable that Senator Blaine, of Maine, will be sent to the Pacific Coast to apeak in the interest of Oarfield. Blaine, like Thurman, voted for the Silver and Anti-Chinese bills, but, unlike the Ohio Senator, his influ ence in Congreea has always been thrown on the side of the corporations. However, he spoke and voted for the interests of this coast on the Silver and Chinese questions, and for doing so de serves well of the people. How the Senator from Maine can consistently urge the people of this coast, with whom he is unquestionably popular, to support for President a inan whose votes on the Silver and Chinese bills are recorded against bis own, cannot easily be explained; but we suppose the Senator from Maine will undertake to <16 it satisfactorily to those who, while professing profound admiration for him because of bis advocacy of the bills, admire Garfield fully as much for op posing them. The ways of politicians are intricate indeed, and can not be accounted for except upon the theory that they believe the masses are incapa ble of thinking for themselves, A XEW PKEAIAK.VU.tL TICKET. The New York papers say that the stalwart Republicans of that city are oeusidering a proposition to put a new Presidential ticket in the field. These stalwarts dislike Garfield but admire Arthur, who was removed by Hayes far alleged dishonesty, from tire Now York Custom House. As they cannot scratch the Republican Electors with out affecting Arthur as much as Gar field, they propose to put a new ticket m she field with Hancock for President and Arthur for Vice President. This ticket, they say, all the dissatisfied Re publicans—Blaine men, Grant men, and Hheraun men—can consistently sup port without doing injury to their self respect. That an arrangement of this char character will be made in New York there is scarcely a doubt, as many dis satisfied Republicans in New York kavo repeatedly declared that they would not support Garfield. Some three weeks ago, United States District Attorney Butler of Idaho—recently ap pointed to that position —remained here * day on his way to Boise City. He cable direct from New York City, where he had been engaged in the prac tice of his profession, and appeared to lie well posted regarding the feeling of the Indejiendent Republicans toward theChicago nominee for President. He informed the writer that there were thousands of Republicans in New York who would not support Garfield hut wore wiliing to vote for Arthur. At that time they hail not determined what course to pursue, but it appears that they have since concluded to put an electoral ticket in the field w ith Han cock for President and Arthur for Vice President. As the Independents num ber some forty or fifty thousand voters iu the Empire State, this move may re sult in giving the electoral vote of New York to the Democratic nominee for President and the Republican nomi nee for Vice President. The Indepe.. dent newspapers favor the proposition, and it now seems propable that another Presidential ticket will be added to the four already in the field in New York State, TKLEtiltAI’im ITEDISr Russell II. Conwell of Summerville, Massachusetts, is writing a campaign biography of Garfield, which will he is sued in a few days. Conwell spent two weeks at the home of the Republican candidate, in Mentor, Ohio, and prints what he claims to lie an official state ment from Garfield on the Credit Mo bilier, hack pay aad DeGolyer pave ment affairs, in which he undertakes to establish his absolute innocence of any discreditable connections with them-. The Herald gives nearly a column of extracts. Among other tilings, (Jar field says: “Out of an offer, never ac cepted, has arisen this enormous fabric of accusation and suspicion. If there be a citizen of the United States will ing to believe that for $3‘2fl I have bar tered away my good name, and to false hood have added perjury, these pages are not addressed to him.” In refer ence to the DeGolyer pavement matter, Garfield is represented as saying that he was in no way interested in the con tract, and that his only connection with the case was in appearing, on short no tice, at a hearing before the Board of Public Works. A Leadville dispatch says: A miner named Baker entered Manville’s hard, ware store to collect some mining as sessments. He demanded of the clerk a revolver out of a show-case, and when refused Baker pulled a revolver out ol his pocket and threatened everybody in the store. Policeman John Corbell at tempted to arrest him, and Baker fired and wounded' him mortally. He then rushed up the street, several policemen following: Policeman Stewart closed with Baker, who fired, fatally wound ing him and slightly wounding another policeman. Baker was then overpow ered and jailed. The policemen are gathering a large crowd, and probably Baker will be lynched before morning. Among General Hancock’s visitors Saturday were ex-Governor Curtin of Pennsylvania, Congressman Ellis of Louisiana, Blanton Duncan of Ken tuclcy, \>. r. Mitchell ami F. Alealey of New Orleans, ami Judge Loehran of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Duncan said that nearly all the negro vote would he given to Hancock, and that there was no doubt that he would carry every Southern State, except Florida. A Santa Fe special says: Dnnnigan, who murdered Greigo a few days ago, was taken from the jail Saturday night by a body of masked men, who put a rope around his neck, dragged him a short distance to an alley, and hung him. They then riddled his body with bullets. Ail election riot occurred Saturday at Victoria Province, Pernambuco, Bra zil. The military tired on the populace and killed twenty, including Baron Es coda. Many were wounded. Ilaverly ha3 offered Weston 000 to beat the six days “go-as-you-please” record. Weston has accepted this of fer, and will make the attempt in Prov idence, his native city, on August 2d. Dr. Tanner, the great faster, com menced his twenty-first day yesterday at noon. He is better now than when he commenced. A meeting of the Emperors of Aus tria and Germany will take place on the return journey of Emperor Francis Joseph from Gastein. Charles Palm served three years un deservedly in the Ohio Penitentiary. Though innocent of the crime with which he was charged—that of obtain ing goods under false pretenses, he was so bimglingly defended that the jury pronounced liiui guilty. The proseeat ing witness swore that the money hi question was $d03, all in ten and twen ty-dollar bills, and the impossibility of the amount being so constituted was not brought out. However, Palm says ho is not sorry, for while working in prison at shoemaking lie invented a machine of enough value 10 support himself during the res- of his life. The report of General Dunn, Judge Advocate of the Army upon the Whit taker awe, has been submitted to the Secretary of War. The document con i tains a critical review of the evidence and findings of the West Point inquiry. The Secretary of War will not pass upon it for some days, and he declines to make public its recommendations. The King of Dentists, as he calls himself, is a Philadelphia curiosity. He wears a jewelled crown and gor geous robes, ride-s in a resplendent cha riot, and extracts teeth without charge. While a glih-tongued attend ant sounds his praises, the King takes ont teeth for all who apply, sometimes | pushing them out with the point of his sword. Then lie sells an ache destroy er at fifty cents a bottle. The municipal election at Boise City, Idaho, resulted in the election of a Democratic Mayor, but a majority of the five Councilmen arc Republicans. K OK*. MARKER—In-Washoe City, July lt’>th, to the wife of l\ N. Marker, a daughter. miinBU—i ■■ ....... NEW TODAY* 11LUA is Y A\ 1> !)KtS.v making: MRS. G E O..GEAP, Next door north of M. Hoffman's store, Bridge street, Winneuiucva, Nev., Fushonable Millinery »nd llrcss-Mab Ing Establishment. A fine assortment of LADIES’ DRESS PAT TERNS eu hand. CUTTING and FITTING done in the latest styles. Ladies are invited to call and see for them selves. jyia-lm tmiconnnHaBsnEBnuinniB ) i Serve au Injunction on Disease By invigorating a ftoble constitution, renovat ing a debilitated physique, and enriching a thio and innutntious circulation with Hoatetter’s Stomach Brtters, the fittest, the most highly sanctioned, and the mo t popular tonic and preventive in existence. For sale by ail Druggists and Dealers gener ally. F. & Av M. Stated communications o* WinnemuAe.% Lodge, No. 19, F. At A 11., will be herd at their iiall in Staunton's new building on Saturday evening, July 17. Saturday evening, August 11 Saturday evening, September 11. Saturday evening, October )«. Saturday evening, November 13. Saturday evening, December IV. All Master Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend/ ALEX WISE, W. M. J E. Sabins, Secretary. SUMMER HO OD S! _ JUST RECEIVED AT THE FOSTOFFICF. STORE, A STtfl'K HI WHITE HOODS, Consisting of COATS, PANTS AND VESTS! linen Dusters lor fSI wi to $1 .10. F. C. ROBINS. Winneuiuoca, June 23,1889. tf HENRY BUSCH, DEAL E It 1 N Wines, Liquors ami Cigars, -ALSO f ^ —^Ttr ( lioim.l Siruiids «f BciT.j— OWIMTB TUB COfBT IIOUSK. Winnemutte*, November 15, 1875 15-tf NEWSPAPER AtsENCY ! The following Daily Papers will be 'Mrvered in town or forwarded to the country every morning, on the arrival o*' the train, at the rate of Twenty-live 4 outs per Heelt: .San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Morning Call, han Francisco Bulletin, Sucamento Bee, fcacraua uto Record-1 'nion, Virginia Chronicle, Cold Hill News, Territorial Enterprise. Any Book, Novel, Story Paper, Pictorial or Magazine, published either in Europe or Ameri ca, if not on band, will he fund J ed on short notice at the regular pri< •<. ' • "HLNDA ETIf, News Agent. Winnemueca, May 17, l>.c'J. u -& | LEVY & CO., | Forwarding and Commission 1 (3 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O -—| MERCHANTS, g o O o ooooooooooooooooooo ° * -BBALERS IN <*neral “ff^Torohamlise. a¥JL e rcU an di s»e, W-O-O-L A-N-D II-I-D-E 8, ! II.on: AMI «KAI.\.: i INNF.JtK <A. ni:v. I Wir.nMnucoa, Nev., June I, 1S-S0 tl i 5S.«T>slb±soo, FI Rkiscbaet. £. HE! XU ART & CO., WINNRMUCCA, NEVADA, rornardint: act! Commission . 11 i: it C if A V T s. -DRADERS IN' H E X £ It A L MLR(’ II A MM S £ , WOOL 1M> II2JDLS.. i:. KEIN1IART A CO. I Wian«m*oe», June 12, isst>. tt POLITICAL AK>«»MT.U*KTit. Announce* Himself a Candidate for STATE SENATOR, subject to the decision of the Dorn ocratio County Convention. hi FOR-aFs E S S 0 It. R< P. Fenton r« a candidate for ASSESSOR of Humboldt County, Nev., subject to the decision of the Republican Convention. Jv3td C A V T 5 O V ! The public are hereby cautlonul not. tojmr chivsc or negotiate for Count} •' arrant No. 7b4«, drawn in tuvor of J. 11 Jolt, for SOI 00, on the Redemption Fund, a* the same him been lost arid the paynienttif the winic ha; been stopped by Botifv.ng the County Treasurer TRUSTEES HUMBOLDT LODGE, No. Hi, 1. O. O. F. Winncmucca, Nev , July 1 >, IssO. tf Notk-e to School Trustees. SCHOOL FI RMiT UK FOB MALE. We, the undersigned, school Trustees of Blj? Meadows' trhool District, No 3, in Humboldt ( ounty, Nevada, offer for sale, ch ap, an over plus of School Furniture, winch i new amt has not hern in use, consisting of Desks for from thirty to forty scholars For further paiticu lars, add roes PETER WEST, K. C. ASHER, J. H. ’.HIES, Trustees. Lovelock, July 7, 1880. tf M. IIOi.NAX, HAS JUST RECEIVED *+ e + e++ + + + t ++++-H +v ++ + e++ee ++ ■*• h: sew a o « « s : hr Direct from the factories, which will be gOOOOOOOOOOOOOO"; * ' HI'VKHIO 3 -S SOLD at LIVING PHK K8! § §ooooooooocoo<j oocooooooooooS Have Se iftftl Svfuitc Auction tsods To offer, and no “Price List" to publish, but WILL SELL NEW GOODS At I*r£«*es S»!i>lactorj For Buyer or Seller. M. IIOFMAS Winnemucca, May 7, IssO. tf CITY BRIG STORE, C. A. DESAUSSUKK, Proprietor. *2ST On the east aide of Bridge street, 'ii% W1 X.N EM ITCC \, N i.V ADA. Where they keep on hood a f i.il and eotaph t» assortment of FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Toilet Artieie», Chemical*, Varnishes, Faints, Oil*, and PATENT MEDICINES In endless variety. Clone attention will la; civi u t > raJI* from ths Medical Fraturnity, ar.u Prescriptions will 1* put. up with the greatest earn. June lit. 1S77. tf. ONE PRICE STORE. BANNISTER A WETHERLY F I'. J F RICTOB8, Will keep constantly on hand a large arid we select <1 stock of ¥ A M I L Y G 11 0 V E R IKS, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Rutter, Eggs, Canned and Dried Fruits, Canned \ egetublew. Wines, and liquors, Tinware, Etc., Etc.. Etc. CALI FORM A AND TRUTH AL FKITTS GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS Green, Dried & Panned Emit*. Foots, Shoes Fancy G< Is, Cutlery Tobacco, lllss. All of which will sold at the very lowest price lor GASli. Call and m e ter yourself IIANNISTEK A WKT11ERLY. Wlnnem 'tea, March J, lttM.1. rf NEW GROCERY STORE. AT OLD CITY MEAT MARKET, BRIDGE RTF MKT, W INN K.V.UCC A. MISS. M. .1. tBEl Kcspeet fully onoiin is to /ier friends and the public that h, In s received a lurjre stock of FRESH GROCERIES, which she offers for rale at u l: i) a o c K /■ u / r jg g - l Gosln ISlra l oillc, 3 l-t lbs. .gl <p> I Citemiritl Olive Snap, p< r irox .. .HI g.x ’ l ine Brooms, rsrli.. .AO iTh Best quality Ifttltis, p« r IS;..»© «|» Case and Camied Fruits Green and Dried Apples, Syrup, Pickles, I.. Lard, Potatoes. etc., of the host quality, 11 pi port lunate rat- e fur cash, Orders prou.pth filled. , -iU' M. J. ABEL. Ml lunemucca, January 2, Psiilk «