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The Silver state. [volume] (Unionville, Nev.) 1870-1903, July 26, 1880, Image 1

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It looked like a butterfly—it bad
■wings. He chased it; lie caught it; ami
sure enough, it was hut a fly.
A Chinaman arrested for steeling a
tidy explained to the Judge that “Tirec
and tidee waiter* no inanae.
A Dakota girl has married a China
man. He had some difficulty in ex
plaining the state of his heart, hut she
finally got his cue.
The ghost who entered a gentleman’s
room the other night and gathered up
his watch and small change, must have
opened the door with a skeleton key.
When young BfufTkin quote*l the
good book to the girl he was anxious
•to marry, that it was not good fora
man to he alone, wish t it very cruel
in her to advise him to go home to his
mother ?
A New Jersey paper says that few
men are born to rule, and the way to
discover those who are is to present ;
them with a dog. 1 a man has any
“boss” about him, ho will show it out
on a dumb animal.
Kl/f til' Mu l.akc*.
The greuie.-,t length of Lake Superior
in S55 miles; its greatest breadth is 160
miles; mean depth, OSS feet; elevation,
627 feet; area, S!,0!U square miles.
The greatest length of Like Michi
gan is .'100 miles; its greatest hreailth,
10.S miles; mean depth, 600 feet; eleva
tion, 500 feet; its area, 23,000 square
miles.
The greatest length of Lake Huron is
100 miles; it- greatest breadth, 60;
mean depth, 6'>j feet; elevation, 574
feet; area, 20,000 square miles.
The greatest le.igth o! Lake Erie is
250 miles; its great -st hrea 1th is eight
miles; mean depth, 8 I feet; elevation,
555 feet; area, 6,100 square miles.
The great* si ’ength of Lake Ontario
13 180 miles; its greatest breadth, (55
miles; mean depth, 500 feet; eleva
tion, 231 feat; area, 6,000 square miles.
The length of nil these lakes is 1,265
miles, covering an a _*a of upward of
130,000 square miles
A Nullum; Heal furiosity.
The year IS'I will be a mathemati
cal curiosity. From left to right, and
from right t > left it id the same; 18
divided by 2 girt s 0 as a quotient. If
ISM is divided 1 y 20:1. 0 is the quo
tient; if divided by 9, the quotient con
tains a nine; d nmllipii- 1 by 0, the
product contain: two i i ies. One and
S are 1), and N au I I ar>' 0. If the 18
be placed under .he .Si, the amount i«
09. the figures J, H S and 1 be added,
it will give IS. Heading from left to
right is 18, anil reading from right to
left is 18, and If n two ninths of 81.
)ly adding, di"i {mg and multiplying,
19 nines are f*.-o 1 u . being one nine
for each y* .t r. quir ■ 1 to complete the
century.
Sl-MX'IAL LOCALS.
Anil Why S-. li ?
Why dots everybody go to Levy A
Co's store tor their goods? Answer—
Because tha:. is the pl«uto get goods
cheap lor cash. run 11
lr*-Ji 1»(•♦*«•. el s.
A new b!.i,.n ent of groceries just re
ceived hy (I. t :inow,.mi, at his cash
store, where his :u V-aiers may now
purchase sever pound.- of brown or six
pounds of w bite >o nr for me dollar,
with the satishict.. : of knowing that
he lias no :.nt jaded goods, ahopworu
or defunct, o hr.n;' to die front and
snore under t ieit u .; cs to excite, their
pity to buy li -ni in u turn for the favor
of belling his s.i mi1 01 so small a mar
gin. miniO-tt
: lunnicr Cuts.
Latest at; lo of i.udir.. ‘ nminer Hats
at reduced price. , at
jet) L. Bkinjiaht & (Jo’s.
W;;.. for Crave lirurls
At Frau' Fellow s’ Fa.hion Sample
Rooms can bt j» ocurel l!iu gcninc im
ported Chan ■ M ml.-i vL, it
(toil m linked SSc.iis
And llrow.i Bivin, at a'.l times, at
1)0C» Lc!i. 14 Si .'.Ml. io-ti
Siuanu r ih>a«!>.
"White coats, pants n. d vests ft cost,
mt r. t
4--:
THE SILVER STATE.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (SUNDAYS
EXCEPTED) BY
J. .1. HILL & CO.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One copy, one year, by mail.$8 00.
One copy, nix months, by mail. 4 00.
One copy, three months, by mail. 2 60.
Delivered by Oarrier, '*/$ tViila per Week,
RATES Up ADVERTISING:
One Square (10 lines) first insertion.$2 60.
Each subsequent insertion, per square.... 1 00.
A liberal reduction to regular advertisers.
AGENTS:
C. W. Chase, 318 Pine street and 10 Leides
dorff street. Room 33, San Francisco.
Geo. M. Mott, Sacramento, California.
B. V- lUi.EY is authorized to collect and re
ceipt for subscriptions to the Silver State in
Paradise Valiev.
H. C. >1 acker is authorized to collect and
receipt for subscriptions to the Silver Stair at
L!i* Meadows.
‘•CAPITAL” SALOON.
ECRIDCK STREET, WI.NNRiU.CCA.
A. L. OITHR1JS. W. A. ES1.L.
tllTHRIY 4 BELL .Proprietor*.
T!iis popular Saloon will hereafter be conduct
ed by tne above firm, who will at all times be
pleased to see their friends and the public. The
bar has Imjcii restocked witii the best quality 01
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
and furnished with a First-class
BILLIARD TABLE.
The proprietors aim to make the CAPITAL
deservedly the most |x>pular resort in town.
Attached to the Saloon is a
LUNCH AND ( OFFEE STAND
Where all the delicacies of the season cun lie
procurd at short notice, cooked to order, In
the highest style of the culinary art.
GUTHRIE k HELL.
Winnemueca, February 11, lSbO tf
FASHION SAMPLE ROOMS
taltx.r STKKKT, W.NSBMUCCA, KKVAOA.
Kua.SK M. Fellows.FitorBiETOr„
Fine Wines ami Liquors
IMPORTED CIGARS,
•—AND—
VILfftllfifiG KEEK,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
art ALL AND SA .WriE.1ti
FRANK M. FELLOWS.
Winnemucca, December 4, 187H. tf
ORIENTAL HALL SALOON
-AN II
BILLIARD ROOMS,
Comer of Bridge ami Tliird Sts., Winnemucca,
HEN. rTONEK, I’roprlctar.
Tlic undesigned laigs leave t<» inform hi*
friend* an.! the public that h- is uow the pro
prietor ot the aV've e'e/ant Saloon and Hilliard
llail, and assurer them that they will find it one
o the moat pleasant resorts in town.
The Ear is stocked with the beat brands of
WINES,
LIQUORS,
CIGARS,
ETC.. ETC.
A FIRST-CLAPS BILLIARD TABLE will
always be found in good order.
In connection with tiic Saloon is a
tuifttc and Commortlouh Hull,
The into of which w ill lie tree for all public
meetings and Imnic entortainments.
BEN STONER.
Winnemucca, February 17, l MO tf
SILVER STATE SALOOX.
Y. PICAUD, Proprietor.
This new and cl< ^antly fcnilshtsl Saloon is
now open to the public, and is ttookod with the
choicest and best brands of
tliWSl
Aral fresh and Cretin) Layer.
Cigars, life.
The Saloon is fm-uished with an
ELI 1* T I C POOL T A K L E.
I'or the amusement ot Patrons.
BR1 HOB STREET, WlNXUMlOCi, NEVADA.
\r\l iioar l<t Staunton's ItuiUliug.
Call and sec me.
septlSTStf. Y. I'ICARl).
moixtaix breuery.
RAtLKOUi STREET,
WINNEMUCCA. - - - NEVADA.
CHAIU.KS h Kit beys leave to announce to
las trioii is »r. til: public generally that since
the lire lie has built >’•
N E W II R E U E R Y
On Railroad Street, \ hieli in supplied with
•PURE MOUNTAIN WATKH.i
And is now brewing
LAG Lit BULK of KLT'KUIOU QUALITY
txjuu.1 to any and i xcelled by none.
Ite is now prepared t-> supply his old custo
mers and the public w ith Wholesome u'd in
vie.-.a ting beer brevet! from the lie t l ialt and
spMig water, by the barrel, key or intuit, at
prices to suit tlm times. (Jive him n 'ral cud
he -e uvinued
v»- • .i s,v. •>. : > - ..">!
CITY BREWERY!
•WIKJfiSSiUCCA, NEVADA.
BIKO A SIINKEV.PKOrUILTOfcS.
We are now established in tlie BREWING
BUSINESS, and keep constantly on har.d t
first-class article ot
PURE LAGER BEER!
Made from the best quality of malt and hops
I.aaer Beer Delivered Rail)
To customers in all parts of the town of Win
nemucca.
O'Orders from points along the railroad cr
elsewhere will be filled without delay.
Aa/'Send orders to
f'. IUET, TM.y Brewery.
Winnemueca, Nev., May 11, rtSO. t.f
TELEGRAPH SALOON,
Bridge Street, Winnemueca,
James Tliackcr, Proprietor,
This popular saloon and favorite resort is
now conducted by JAMES THACKER, who
will be happy to meet at his new place of busi
ness his many friends and the public generally.
He can assure them that he will keep on hand
the choicest brands of
Has Mines, Liquors, l lgnrs, Ete.
The saloon is furnished with an elegant and
first-etnas BILLIARD TABLE, for the accom
modation and amusement of patrons.
Remember the Old Stand, next to Stevens'
Drug 8 tori. mySl-tf
HDIBOLDT SALOON.
'Opposite the Court-house, Winneniucsa, Xsv.
John Diehl, Proprietor.
At the Humboldt Saloon can always be ob
tained the very best brands of
Wines, Liquors and t'isrars,
And I can assure my friends that at m.v estab
lishment they can have every convenience to
enjoy the finest qualities of rich and creamy
LAGER BEER,
Unsurpassed by any that has ever been set be
fore the followers of Cauibrimis.
my31-tf JOHN DIEHL.
M AGNO L I A SALOON.
Between the Central Hotel and the Railroad
Meat Market,
nr;idoe street, winnkmucca,
WILLIAM ITILI)..Proprietor.
THE MAOXOLfA has been fitted up in the
most attractive sty le |iow>ible, with a view to
the convenience and comfort of patrons. The
proprietor desires to call the attention of cus
tomers, friends and the public to his superior
stock of
Wines. Liquors and Cisrars.
I.sinnlss' Loudon Barter constantly on
hand. 13-tf
CITY BAKERY.
CHRIS. DIEHL, Proprietor’
(OFPOSITR COURT uouse.)
French (tolls. Square Loaves, Brow it
Bread,Pics, Cukes, Bouichnnts, Lite.
Always on hand and served to order fresh
from the oven, in quantities to suit, in any
part ol town.
VASCV AND OKA’A MENTAL CAKES
Hade t> Order.
nrddiNi: Cakes a Specially.
Having purchased the City Bakery, I will
spare no pains to merit the patronage of the
public. CHRIS. DIEHL
Winnemucca, December IT, lsia. tf
R A iL K °A dISIl
MEAT MARKET,
liltllKiB fcTRKKT, UiKNEMUl'CA
i»KORGE BERK, Proprietor.
Mv patrons will find the Railroad Market tup
pluni vvtdi the very Lost quality of
BEEF,
PORK,
MUTTON,
VEAL,
ETC.
To be found in the State. My prices will be
foil ml reasonable.
Meats shipped to all points on the Railroad and
all orders promptly tilled.
imui-VS-tf (.11 K ME A (III
R. VV. WOOD,
Corner 4th and llrhlgtr Utretln,
WINN EM UOCA.NEVADA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
HARDWARE, STOVES,
UKllTLTL'RAL IMPLEMENTS TINWARE
AND
'■ *’ *: e» V.
s few v «. —* i* M A
SHERIFF’S SALE.
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
District-Court of the Fourth Judicial District,
in and for the County of Iiumtoldt, State of
Nevada, on the 7th day of July, A. D. 1880,
and to ret directed and delivered, for a
judgment recovered in said Court on the 29th
day of January, A. It. 1880, in favor of JULEI’S
BUHLEKT, plaintiff, and againet THOMAS
MILLS, defendant, for the sum of 82,110, l1.
S.gold coin, together with costs and disburse
ments, amounting to the su l 86, and
accruing costs, I have on this, the 21st day of
July, A. I*. 1880, levied on and taken ia execu
tion the following described personal property,
to wit;
One Hbcd-ioef House, and a lot of po#t3 andf
ties, ha id House, |>osts and ties are now on
I lots 1 and 2, on block G. Said lots are situated
behind the Central Pacific Hotel, Upper Town,
Winnemueca, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that on
HEtiDAV, the Will May of July,
A. It. 1880,
Eetween the hours of 9 o’clock in the morning
and 6 o’clock in the afternoon, viz: at 1 o’clock
H. n., at the above-named lots, in the town
of Winnemueca, Humboldt County, Nevada, I
will sell, at public auction, all the right, title
and intern! of said defendant, Thomas Mills, of
in and to the above described property, to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said execu
tion. costs and accruing costs.
G. M. MILLER,
Sheriff of Humboklt County, Nev ada.
By A. Davidson, Deputy.
Winnemueca, July 21st, A. D. 1880. td
WINNE1HTCCA HOTEL,
Bridge HI root, Hlancuiurca,
DAVID BEKOIX, ... Proprietor.
Having Built and Fitted trp in the most com
modious style the largest and finest Hotel in
'V inneniueea, with Large and Airy Booms, the
Proprietor is prepared to receive and entertain
the traveling public with accommodations as
good a* can lie found in this section of the coun
try. The TABLE w ill always be liberally sup
plied with all tile substantial* of life, and with
every luxury that can be procured. Attached
to tire Hotel is a FIXE BAH, where the choicest
B IVKS, Lilil ORS AMD IICIAUH
Can be obtained at all times.
CO A It D PEK WEEP..»1.W
._aprigtf._
CAPITAL CHOP STAND.
IS CAPITAL SALOON, BRIDGE STREET.
“DDE” ALDEB. PBOPKIETOU.
FRESH OYSTERS,
Ink, Game, Etc.,
Etc., cooked to order, in the finest style of the
culinary art, at all hours, DAY AX'D NIGHT
FOB A FIRST-CLAHH MEAI. OB LOMU,
Go to the Capital Chop Stand, and see “ DOC.’
Wiunemucca, October 1, 1 STD. tf
ARIZONA RESTAURANT
AND
FRUIT AND VARIETY STORE.
LMcnville, Nevada.
PABLO I.AVEAGA, Proprietor.
The undersigned announces to liis friends and
tiie public that lie has enlarged the
ARIZONA RESTAURANT & VARIETY STORE
Where he keeps on hand
A FULL STOCK OF GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
Fruits,
Groceries,
Provisions,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Etc., Etc.
PABLO LAVEAGA.
JAXKS 004X1).
J. L. O DOK.NKL.
MILL CITY FOI'A DRY
AND
M ACH1NE S H 0 P,
MILL I ITV..NEVADA.
We arc prepared to till all orders on the
shortest notic e for all kinds of
CASTINGS AND MACHINERY
»0R
yl'AHTZ MILLS, HOISTING WORKS
GRISTMILLS. Etc., Etc., Etc.
ORDERS
From all {Herts of the country will receive
prompt attention.
The Highest I"rice l*ii|<l for
OLD CASTINGS
apr.4-7t>.
Mz
WEEK IN YOUR OWN TOWN,
and no capital risked. You can
(five the business a trial without
expense. The best opportunity e\cr
offered for those willing to work. You should
try n ithingclsi' until y ou see for yourself w hat
you cun do ot the business we offer. No room
to exnkiin here. You can devote all your time
or only your spare time to the business, and
make great pay for every hour you work.
Women make a.- much as men. Send for spec
ial I'rivaU terms a”’’ p. ; ), ...
in il i s s., c'i i‘„ i><" i c.uuuain o*
) ' .1 fil,;,.s • t: “ . A I.
NATIONAL IWMOI KATIC fUTHHiW
The Democrats of tlie United States in Con
vention assembled declare:
First - We pledge oumclve* anew in the Con
stitutional doctrines and traditions of the Detn
ocratic party, as illustrated bv the teachings
and example of a long line of Democratic state >
inen ivnd patriots, and embodied in the plat
form of the last National Convention of the
party.
.Second—Opposition to the- centralization and
that danger,us spirit of encroachment which
tends to consolidate the powers of the Depart
ments 4r» one, and thus create—whatever the
forms *of government- -a real despotism; no
sumptcarv laws, separation of church and State,
for the good of each; common schools, fostered
and protected.
Third—Home rule; the strict maintenance of
the public faith, State and National honest mon
ey, consisting of gold and silver and paper con
vertible into coin on Demand; a tariH for leve
nue only.
Fourth- The subordination of the military to
the civil pow er, and a general and thorough re
form of the civil service.
Fifth—The right of a free ballot, as the right
preservative of all rights, must and shall he
maintained in every part of the United States.
Sixth- The existing Administration, repre
sentative of conspiracy only, and Us claiui cf
right to surround ballot boxes with troops and
Deputy Marshals -to intimidate and obstruct
elections, and the unprecedented use of the v eto
to maintain its coriupt and despotic power in
sults the people and imperils tls ir institutions.
Seventh—The great fraud of 3»7ti, by which,
upon a false count of the Electoral vote of two
States, the candidate defeated at the polls wis
declared to he President, pud far the first time
in American history the w’ill of the pooplc w as
set aside under a threat of military violence,
struck a deadly blow at our system of represen
tative government. The Democratic party, to
preserve the eouutrv from the horrors of a "civil
war, submitted for the time in the firm and
patriotic faith that the people would puninh
this crime in 1S80. This issue precedes and
dwarfs every other. K imposes a more sacred
duty upon the people of the Union than ever
liefere addressed the conscience of free men.
Eighth—We execrate the course of this Ad
ministration in making place for-political crime,
and demand a reform by state te which shall
make it forever impossible for a -defeated can
didate to make his way to the feet of a usurjier
by billeting villains upon the people.
Ninth—The resolution of Samuel J. Tilden
not agaie to be a candidate lor -election to the
exalted place to which he was elected by a ma
jority of his countrymen, and from which he
v as excluded by the leaders of the Republican
party, is received by the Democrats of the
United States with sensibilltv, and they declare
their confidence in his wisdom, patriotism end
integrity, which have resisted the assaults of
the common enemy; and they further assure
him that he is followed into the retirement he
has chosen for himself by the sympathy and
respect of his fellow-citizens, who regard him as
one who, by elevating the standards of morali
ty and adorning and purifying the public ser
vice, merits the lasting gratitude of his country
and his party.
Tenth—Free ships and a tiring chance lor
American commerce on tire seas and on the
land; no discrimination In favor of transporta
tion lines, corporations or nionoi>olies.
Eleventh—The. amendnic.it of the Burlin
game treaty; no more Chinese immigration,
except for travel, education ami foreign com
merce, and rhert in carefully guarded.
Twelfth—Public money urd public credit for
public purposes solely, and the public lands 1 -r
actual sett.ers.
Thirteenth—The Democratic party is the
friend of Labor and the laboring man, and
pledges itself to protect him alike against the
cormorant and the commune.
Fourteenth—We congratulate the country
upon the honesty and thrift of the Democratic
Congress, which has reduced the public expen
diture i$40,000,000 a year,and upon the continu
ation of prosperity at home and the national
honor abroad, and abme all upon the promise
of such a change in the administration of the
Government as shall insure genuine and lasting
reform in every department of the public ser
\ ice.
(. CHENOWETM,
W1NNEMUCCA, NEVADA.
C'asli Store, at Bottom PrincsJ!
X E W S DEPOT!
DEALER IN
Boobs, Stationery, News Waiter,
Light Lllrrature, Blank Rooks,
Legal Blanks, of ail binds,
Rirliirrs anil Music,
SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
HT Toys, Novelties and Fancy Notions, 'w3
CUTLERY A NO JEWELRY. ’
Furnishing Goods arul Toilet Article*
FAMILY GROCERIES
-AND
P—Ti—O—V—I—s—I—O—N—-S-t
Fresh Canned Goods, Tobacco, Cig-ars, l
Nuts, Candies, Green and Dried Fruits, and
(.nrden mill Crass Si-oils.
t£'Orders from the country promptly filled.
C. CUENOWETII.
Winnetnucca, January 20, 1880. tf
WINNEMUCCA
F L O 1 K I \ <i MILL H.
CHARGES KEMUCK, Proprietor.
' Bakers EvTRA,
Family Extra,
and Family Flour.
The best quality of
Lilt A 11 AM I'LOVfi,:
Made from Superior Wheat.
MIDDLINGS, BRAN AND SHORTS
At Wholesale only.
v. v. o r x r? r> a r. t, r. y
l ot fat Lit’Ulld to f#- :■ v :<».• 1-o»*,.r;.i r*.
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