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THE SILVER STATE.
Thursday..August 5, IftKt. TffE STATE ELECTIONS. "Two of the States which hold elec tions before the Presidential election in November have been heard from. They 'kre Alabama and Kentucky. No one doubted the result in Kentucky, but the Greenbackers and Republicans co alesced in Alabama and General Weav %r, the Greenback nominee for Presi dent, claimed the State. The returns show that this claim was not well founded, and that the Democrats car "ri&l'it by a large majority. These States may therefore be set down a3 certain for Hancock and English. The next State election will be held in Ar kansas on the first Monday in Septem 'her. This State is also claimed by the ‘Greenbuekers, but it is almost certain to give a Democratic majority. Ver niont follows on the first Monday in September, and is certain to give a larg er Republican majority in proportion to thd whole vote, than the Democrats re vived in Alabama or Kentucky. Maine holds an election on the second Tues day’ iu November, and as it is considr cred one of the doubtful States, much interest 18 taken by ail- parties in ine result. There are two tickets in the Held—the Republican and the Union— tor State officers and members ol the Legislature. The Union ticket is sup •'J>orted* by the Democrats and Green? backers, who have formed a coalition 1 dgaiuts the Republicans. At the State "election last year there were three tick ets in the field—the Republican, Demo? ' tirut and Greenback. The Republicans ’were iu a minority, but they •'bad a' largo plurality, and elected a ’’majority of the Legislature. Under ' The'Constitution, a majority of all the votes oast is necessary to elect State offi cers, and when the popular vote fails to elect it devolves upon the Legislature to do so. Tlie Republicans elected a majority of the Legislature a year ago, b*iC tho Democrats and Greenbackers fused after the electiou, and attempted by the Returning Board process, by vHiich the Republicans were so success ful iu Louisiana four years ago, to count out several of- tho Republican members ' -and put Fusion is ts in their places. The scheme did not succeed, however, as the Supreme Court decided against the 1 Fusiouists, though in> doing so it re ' versed its former decisions on several ' of the points involved. The attempt to subvert the popular will by adopting ! the’ tactics of Madison, Wells & Co. v met with little favor from members of ■ all parties who believe that those who are elected- should receive the office^ aud it remains to be seen how that seiv ' tiuient will effect the next election iu '-'Maine. The political’ situation in Alabama and Maine show conclusively that o£ liees rather than principles govern the 4-action of many of the voters in those ' States. In Alabama the Republicans ' and Greenback era united against the Democrats, though reports from various parts of the State show that they did ’ toot*‘■stick:- vary close to- the Fosiou ticket. ' In- Maine, on the other-hand, the Democrats and Oreenbackeru have combined against the Republicans, al though it is probable that on election day, as was the case in Alabama, the ■ Fusioniats may not give tho. ticket a cordial support. * The other States in which elections ard Id be held ' before November am Colorado, Indiana, Ohio and West Vir »' ginia. Colorado and Ohio gave their electoral votes to Hayes in 167*3, and Indiana aud West Virginia went for Tilden. The Republicans claim that * they can carry Indiana in October, as ' their vote lias been materially increased in the State by the colored exodus from .North Carolina aud Kentucky, whiLe 1 the Greenbackers have also pretensions; i yet tlm Democrats feel conlidcnt that they will increase their majority over 4 that of 187(3. All three of the paitios are marshaling their forces for the con 1 test, and their ahiesl speakers are billed to address the people before the election. The Liberal or Anti-Mormon ticket was elected in Summit county, Utah, by a handsome majority. In Reaver county the Anti-Mormons elected for Sheriff, Colonel Stokes, who captured John 1).' I.eo. The Mormons elected ' the <>i her county officers by small ma jorities. TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. The New York Herald’s Washington special says; The publication of Gener* al Hancock’s letter to General Sherman in reply to two letters written l>y Sherman in December 1870, having failed to fire the Republican heart, there is now a loud demand for the pub licaiton of the two letters of Sherman which called forth the Hancock letter. Sherman says he is not disposed to mix himself in the Presidtential contest, but if the publication of the two letters re ferred to will further benefit Hancock or make more clear his letter to him, then Hancock has Sherman’s permis sion, to give them out for publication. At Montague, Texas, W. W. Taylor, a Deputy Sheriff, attempted to arrest Martin L. Minnot, a notorious desper ado. Minnot thrust the pistol in his face, but the fire missing, Taylor shot three times, killing Minnot. The final result of the French elec tion shows that the Republicans have elected 902 and the Conservatives 372. A second ballot M ill be necessary in 125 cases. The Republicans gain 240. Dr. Tanner entered upon the SSth day of his fast yesterday afternoon; He drank some spring M ater and ap peared to be in good spirits. General Garfield arrived at New York yesterday, to consult with the'Republb can National Committee. SPECIAL LOCALS, A Bare I'hnnee for ilic* Ladle*. I will sell my stock of millinery goods* consisting of satins, velvets, flowers, feathers, also carpet and sewing ina. chine, at cost to-day and to-morrow. Call at once, at next door to M. Hof* man’s store. au3-2t Mbs Geo. Grae-f. And Why Ik It ? Why does everybody go to Levy & Co’s store for their goods? Answer— Because that is the place to get good* cheap for cash. nihil fresh Cirocerles. A new shipment of groceries just re ceived by C. Chenowetu, 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 he has no antiquated goods, shopwbrn or defunct, to bring to the front and shove under their noses to excite their pity to buy them in return for tire favor of selling his sugar on so small a mar* gin. mhdO-tf I Wish Everybody to Know. Bov. George II. Thayer* an old citi zen of this vicinity, known to every one I as a most influential citizen and a Chris tian minister of the M. E. Church, just this moment stopped at our store ta say: “I wish everybody7 to know that I consider that both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Coneumpt-ion Cure." It is having a tremendous sale over our counters, and is giving perfect satisfac tion in all cases of Lung Diseases, such as nothing else has done.” I)ks. M atchett & France. Bourbon, Ind., May l-r>, 187ft Sold by C. A. DeSacssure, Druggist. n8-eop \o Ih'iTptlmi IsmI. It is strange so many people will cotv tinue to suffer day after day with dys pepsia, Liver Complaint, Constipation, Sour Stomach, and Ceueral Debility, when they can procure at our store Shiloh's Vltttlker, free of cost if it docs not cure or relieve them. Price, 7n eta. Sold by C. A. DeSaussure, Druggist, nff-eop For lame back, side or cheat, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 7~> eta. Sold by C. A. DeHausscre, Druggist, YYinnemucca, Nov. uS-eop Coughs. — “Brown’s Bronchial Troches ” are used- with advantage to alleviate coughs, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affections. For thirty years these Troches have boeu in use, with annually increasing favor. They are not new and untried, but, having been tooted by wide and constant use for nearly, an entire generation, they have attained well-merited rank among the lew staple remedies ot the age. The Throat.—“Brown’s Bronchial Troches” act directly on the organs of the voice. They have an extraordinary effect in ail disorders of the throat and larynx, restoring a healthy tone when relaxed, either from cold or over-exeiv tion of the voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunciation. Speakers and singers find the Troches useful. A Cough, cold, catarrh or sore throat requires immediate attention, as neglect oftentimes results in some incurable lung disease. “Brown’s Bronchial Troches” will almost invariably give relief. Imitations are offered for sale, many of which are injurious. Thu gen uine “Brown’s Bronchial Troches” ait sold only in boxes. jalU Jy MARRIED TIlACKEIt-DKAlS.—In Winncmucca, Aiifjust 4th, by >V. S. Bonniflold, Juiljx* of the Fourth District Court, James Thacker to Mrs. Laura F. l>rais. w Urfrimlvr MftWcnlliin Is a precaution that should never be neglected when danger is present, and therefore a course of the Kilters at this season is particularly de sirable, especially for the feeble and sickly. As a remedy for biliousness, dyspepsia, nervous ness, anil bowel complaints, there is nothing comparable to this wholesome restorative. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener ally. AMKS GOULD. J. L. 0 r ON NHL. MILL CITY FOUNDRY AXD MACHINE SHOP, niu HTY,.- VCYADA. YVe arc prepared to flU all orders on the shortest notice for all kinds of CASTINGS AND MACHINERY FOR QUARTZ MILLS, HOISTING WORKS GRIST Ml LIS. Etc., Era., Etc. OKDKES Prom all parts of the country wifi receive prompt attention. The Hlf.fiest Price I’aid for OLD CASTINGS apr.4-76. IV. F. STEVENS, CRIDGE STREET, WTNNEMUCCA, Nev. CHEMICALS, VARNISHES, PAINTS, COLORS, Window glass, Oils, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery, Brushes, Stationer)-, Tobacco. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS For Medical use. tS' Prescriptions Caret ally Compounded W F. STEVENS. Wlnnemucca, October 8, 1878 LOST OR stolen: Twelve hundred and 8ft v (1,250) shares Rtil lion of Paradise M. Co. Stock, certificate No. 955, in the name of A. J. Shepard; also, 500 shares Bullion of Paradise M Co. Stock, certifi cate No 931. in the name of Alexander " ise; also 500 shares Bullion os Paradise M. Co. Stock, certificate No. 9J2, in the name of Alexander Wise; and 500 shares Paradise M. Co. Stock, cer tificate No. 804, in the name of J. A. Robinson. All the above certificates are indorsed; assess ment No. 1 vaid. Tram»fir of the same having been stopped, the public is hereby cautioned not to buy. Air, person finding said Stock will please return it to Alexander vVisc, Wirinetnueca, or to A. \\ Siegel, Paradise Valley, Nev. A. W. SIEGEL, Sony. Par ad me, July 22, 18cd. 24-tf Ml SIC LESSOR* MISS A. C. NEALE GIVES THOROUGH1 Lrssun.i In I’lniio, Organ anil (lultur Single. Terms, 86 per mentis two lessons, one hour each, per week. She is stopping cb the Central Pacific Hotel. Winneinucca, July 23, 1880. t( NOTICE TO WATER CONSIMERS. On ami after August 1st, the Hprir.kling- of streets will t>c allowed only from 8 to 8:W1 a. m. anil from •i to 5 p, m.; and irrigating from 6 to 7 P. M. WINNEMUCCA WATER CO. Winnemucca, July 2U, 1880. lm TRAVELERS’ ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO,. OF HAltTFOUXl, CONN. (lives Indemnity In cane *>f Peath or Disability Caused by Accidental Injuries. . Assets.tfCV.OIKMMiO c. S. OSUORN, Agent, niyUil-tl Wini tii.ueea, Ncv. NEW TAILOR SHOD. J. B LED S 0 E , FASHIONABLE Ski NEXT DOOR TO T A I 1, O It , Jf»; c. (TIENOWETIl'S. Win in-mu ecu.\e» mla. Garments MADE to ORDER in the latest st\ !o.i. Repairing and Cleaning a,specially , and satin faction ; mrantccl May o,li -tt J. V. BLEDSOE. K. Dsmanoo, B. Rki:Wab.t. E. R El IV IIAET & CO., WfNNEHl'CCA, NEVADA, Forwarding and FoimnisNion ... . . .. M E it-C H A-rt-f S. DEALERS IN I 4+ + + i GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 7 +♦++•»♦+-» ++++ +T++ j WOOL AND HIDES. E. REINHART A CU. I Winnennueca, June 12, 18S0-. tf LEVY & 1' O ., 'I Forwarding and Commission © OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ~ -1 MERCHANTS. % c c c ooooooooooooooooooo o I • -DEALKftft is onoral enernJ Merchandise, orohnudiHo, W-0-0 L A-N-D 1M-D K-8, FLOE It AMP OKAL\. o niwimm, m:T. r Wlnmimuw#, Xev., >Jun»j i,K80. U THi: « K K A T ELECTRIC LIGHT SHOW: THE HEST SHOW EVER IN NEVADA. WILL API'L.ttt l\ WINNEMLCCA FIIUIAY, A LG 1ST SO, 18 HO. Tns Tallest Maw and Woman'on Eahth Capt. and Mrs. T.L V. BATES AT nVi u I :■ W . U . <' « IE'S Circus, Menagerie, -AMI CONGRESS of LIVING WONDERS! The Only Show Thai liftpit ll» Word! All These Thing* You Will Positively See: The great Electri: I ight. The two Giants—Captain Pates and Wife. The great fl5,000 Trick ‘.'tall. :h. The Champion leaping Horse The Mammoth Kansas (lx. TVtntv-flee beautiful Educated Hcrtee. One Hundred French awl Ainerh-an Artists Frank Gardner, the Champion !.fca;>cr. The Grandest Street Farad.:. Tiiirty Den* of Hare Animals. The Host Show on Earth. AiimlK.hn, t,U 00; t'Ulifrrn .Ml fm Only one ticket requited t> ..11 Arertlacd Shoe*. i——— -■ - .V- .-———r POLITIC A I. AV>«M \< I.nCWT*. FOR COUNTY CLERK. •lames i\ Knbine Announce* him* If a r.tr.idoU for the office of COUNTY CLERK, «ubj» • t«> the dvebdon of the Democratic County Cv verti n. ant J. I. Abel Announces himself a Candidate for STATE SENATOR, subject to ti e detis ea oi the Deu oeratle-County Convents n. tu vok a.ss;;ssOH. U. 1* Feuton U a candidate for ASNE'.sOI’ of Humboldt County, Nev., lubjeet to the decision of tb« liepul.luan Convention. JyStd ’ M. HUiMlV, HAS JUST RECEIVED * J 44444444 x E w <; o vi a s : Direct tram tho facloile», which will* U O OCOOO0OOOOOOO OOC'CX MX’1'00000 ? -1 bOLli at LIVING lUICES! -g SoOOOOOOOOOtXiO OCXlOOOnOdOOCO § llx.fftoOlU Kcfiiir Auction a*0A* Tii offer, and no "Price Liet" to puMinh, Veh WILL SELL NEW GOCHiH At Pricw Hjitfvfnctory For liwyer or Seller. M. UOFMaS. Vi Lmumiucca, May lfcSO, tf rm i)RC(i store. C. A. DEKAU8SUKE, Proprietor. ff!T On tho east side of Pridre utreet, "U win,vi:mi(va, Nevada, Whi rl they keiy on hand a full and comp,*1* amortment 0*1 FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 'IcHet Artioit x, Chn;i,t"Js, \ arnMu I’Rnts, 01!?. ib4 PATENT MEDICINES I i tmlitsn ' ant i . Clone attention v. ill hi iri% i r- to rail* freni Medical Frattimlty, a. d 1*'* rtt'i tlona **" put up with the greatest car - ,, >JIU; 13, 1S77.’