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THE SILVER STATE.
tuniij .“.n l It. - "■''Tr*lt "J 1—> S \V. Urst: is authoiieed to make ■jollectioks or the SiLVKit Statk and receipt (or tbesume. DAILY lilM.S.riV. War Department- Si.nat Cave V. 8. Airy. At,cast, 12. VteOi.4.17 a. ft. Observation* taken at w.e moment o( time at all eta tw,its. \\ 1ND: i *a I jr - PLACE OF | £ • O r- ~-t £ 3 OBSERVATIONS. I sf ,'J. % rr^ £ ['*?. 1 < i r» .. i Boise City, Idaho. I Cheyenne. \\y.i :»2 W 2 |C!« ar. Patenport, loan. . i til Ml 2 Clear. North Platte, Nen.. | hi S la -T’.tar. Omaha, Ned.| <1 f -1 • j... • Kltearv Pioche, Nev. t, ■ fi 4 1 . . Clour. Sacramento, Cal . ■■ f’S » 8 • C.ear. Salt lake, I tah S 4 j<A. udj. San Francisco, C.l,. t>4‘ l>Vi lo t lw .r. Virginia, Mon..! I | Winneuiucva, Nev.. 13 Nil 8 1 ... Clear .. . Ai onsi 11 li - Uttkinuun taeruiomeirr, 8J"; Minimnin thermometer. oO . n— ii n • * *JT-kr.1 8,1> FIUMUIU *TO«73i. UU’OItT. 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I 1155 It. lcher ItfO 32oc 7o s: Ncviul.t 12! 12* 80 I'tah v k 175 IJ.f Hon iiJ>c fo Exchequer Ifla.r 1) ikig liclchorT} To Ovciniuii 14<ic 7c Juatte. 7 ' dOc rtt) I ni* n 25 2"! iWO Alta 195 2002 330 Julia 5) 5Vi 2.0 t.'ivlcdcilia 45c 210 hover H.ll 2 c i:t»* (7ha.Un40.il • II.V 500 New V.*r< Oc ? ■<) 1, Wa»l. n 3') 5c 41X) I hil Sheridan 30c 0 ) A.i !e* 135c 20(* hcorpioo I7<i 10.8) 7.30 lien 011 I 50 ( c kUn ai 1 1-0 CU.Idtri (.ate 90 SOc 20 (Jo inn 1} LOCAL lATELLIOEKCli. THE iINTJHTS TEMPLARS. A Livc'y Scene at the Depot. A sjtecial train of el-voa cars, nine cf them slcejtei:;,- bearing the d. legates from the several Commaodcric* of Knights Templars on thi* IV-v**itio '.S ar t, on their way to Chicago, arrived here yesterday a*teinorr. Conductor J. Williams, of the e ness train, had charge of the t'aui, ai. i .James Wiight, who took the Jared A 1’aliner fast train over the Central Pacific noitie lduryeai i ago, with his otigino, he 14U, had charge of the locomntiv.. Mr. Wright is a Knight Templar h.msclf, and i.i fact is a e*2 degree M.i-on, and 1i:m in girie was decorated with the Stars and Strijtes uml apipoj>rfate emblems of the Order. As a token of respect to him, the brass band of the Secmui Regiment of the California Katienab (jhanl jtiayad a tune on the jtl itSorm, and die Knight* gave him three « heirs There-were 1JA Sir Knights on t'x- train fnvn eightemi Oonunandeiic in California, Oregon, British Columbia and NT-radi, in my of whom were vccoi ijtanied by their wives, making the tot: L mmiiter on t! « rain 153, including t! • nu n Iters of ti-mland. Conductor \\ illiiitns, who !ms taken nearly all tin; excurs.o i tia i s that ever jtassed east or west, over tho T ticket* Division o» tho railroad, tai i- a more gentleniaiUyn and :better oondus^ed l»t of jtasseiiyTps lie nsv *r saw' in all i is experience on railroad!'. They w .ire uniform eapn and iifr.taloons while traveling, ami drill. re pi'arly in a car attached to the train fo'* that purpose. Throe cheer* were given to1 them by the crowd which asvm.blod ; Wth< depot, as the train- was Liivtn ( the depot, to which they? reqiottdi 4 by waving the Bear Hag of t'aliforiiio, and giviug throe cheers for Wtutiotini :cr,. Hr.ivy liiiiia'. Among several cir loads of steel raids taken through hi ru yesterday for the Southern BAoille Railroad, were two twelve •wheel cars loaded with sixtoia tons each, or about ■ ix tons more thau an ordinary < ar-l mil. Store for safe. A store home with stock of good?da offered fur sale at Oolcoudo, sou uilvor tUeuumt iw another column. A ROUGH SHAVE FOR SHAROV. How A Carson Barber Rasped III* Check and His Record—He hears an Honest Opinion of Himself. On Sunday afternoon, says the Car i son Appeal, Senator William Sharon sauntered down Carson street in search of a barber shop. The tonsonal estab lishments are as a rule closed at that hour, but Mr. Sharon's luck did not desert him, and at 3;R3 p. M. he was fortunate enough to find a place open. Ho was soon stretchod out in a chair, end the barber bad no sooner lathered his face than lie began to puiup h:m with regard to stocks. TUB BARBER OPENS THE B > LB, “Ho you bear anything new aboflt Union?'’ (slap dab with the lather brush). “Haven’t heard,” said the man in the chair. “They say the ore body pitches over into Sierra Nevada.” “Perhaps it does.” i, “limed have been mighty tough [ <101111 here for a spell, ami if stocks don’t take a walk up giade pr. tty soon I’m dished (slap dab), ami you can bet on it. Don’t you buy stocks?” “Never bad a share in my life.” “The devil! Must be from the East. What State are you from?” “I’m from Califor— All! hem! Ne vada!” replied tho Senator, recollecting just in the nick of time. THE SENATOR! VL RACKET. “What do you think of the Senatorial right?” “Haven’t kept track of it. ’ “Well, Sharon lie’s iu th<a field, and the boys say Uncle Jinuny l'air’a going tornu.” Here the barber swept bis steel down Sharon 3 left jaw ami made him wince with terror. “La-that so?” “Yes, but I guess lie’s N. (»., that is he:* don’t sling. tf»e rocks- around like Sharon. He freezes to a twenty like it was the last lie had. Sharott lie’s a regular —— , but 1 guess bo’s lib eral. Do you know Sharon’'” “No, do yon?” PERSONALITIES!. . . i ten "Mw nun once on tram, ouuck u.u. Lord, 110 drinks like a fish when ha’s out on a run. He looks like a darned cadaverous starvationist. i voted for him six years a?) tu*l got. my money far it, but blast my-hide if lie gets off as cheap thia tinnx He’s too devilish lazy for a Senator. Never gets round | in time to vote. Turn ynra- c'um njva j little; that's it. Now look at old Dag.,. • s > kit he can’t hardly walk, and Sha ron’s thin enough for a runner; yet Dag. works like a horse for less pay tliauaSkaron ;;«ts-for looting asowml the I’alaco Hotel, playing whisky cinch and f eezo-out with Joe King and old Smith. Little powder on your face, stranger 2” C ONDITION OK THK SACK. “ Uow’s Sliaron fixed i.ow!” asksd the man in ttie chair. “Guess he ain’t so Hush as he wasp’ repHed the harbor; “lhey soy the hoys at the Day have had the damps o.i him several times, and since the hank busted he’s been >*bort. TImu that l’alace Hotel ain’t paying. He scrimps all ho can, but it won’t work. 1 guess by tnis time he's going to keep the hoys on the ragged edge, get what lie can .and led then* v. li stic for the cliangg. Oh, lie’s sly. Of course, when lie's gut a lull sack he planks it down, but when I ho hasn't ho travel* a» good deal on I wind- and he’s aw till slick, a smooth Kph, right along. If I stand in i want the cold cash right thorn* in my. pa w. Little oil, pardf That’s the kind oi a man I am. Let mu put n little tonic in your head:' I’d knock that bald spot cold in two applications. J ust take that bottle right along—niy own nuke — only a dollar.” “Don’t want any of your d—d hair oil!” E.tid th« Senator somewhat irri tated. “Alhright, don’t have to- take any thing Were thkb you don’t want. Ik! have a talk with Sharon, Lot they : ay V crrington stays by him so he doir’t give the boys a clianeo. Here, let that tug. brush your .writ looks dusty. Must he yon tiavel a good deal. Ifc you was used to this sagebrush country you’d-wear a-duster, Thunk you, e«„ Come again. 1 l>y this time Mr. Sharon’s face was purple, but ho controlled his temper and drifted back to .ft* hotel. When he iiad passed out of sight, some parties who had been enjoying the fun told the barber who his distinguished geest was. The artist, on hearing the news, hastily closed up the shop under the impres sion that Sbacjn had gone off afttr 'firearm*,■ THE OREGON AND YVIXNEMDCCA RAIL ROAD. Wliat is Thought of the Project at Browns ville. Some two weeks ago the SrLVEfR State copied an item from an Oregon paper, relative to"the proposed railroad from Brownsville, in that State, to Wiiinemneca. A. J. Shepard, Wells, Fargo & Co's Agent here, wrote to the express agent at Brownsville, Oregon, inquiring if work was progressing on the road, or if the road Was iikely to be huilt. He has received an answer to his inquiries from O. I’. Cashew, ex press agent at Brownsville, who says that a- Scotch company is building a nar row gauge railroad from Portland, l*y way of Brownsville and Springfield, to Winnennieoa, or some point ill this vi cinity, on the CcuitVal P.-icific Raifroad. Brownsville is 011c hundred miles south of Portland, and SpringfiehV is twenty five miles south of Brownsville, and near the head of the Willamette Vad ley. From Springfield the road w ill sta-t across the Cascade Mountains, in the direction of Yv mnemucca. lhe road is to be completed to Brownsville by the lirst of November, next. Ne.1t Summer it will be finished to Spring field, and perhaps farther in this direc tion. The charter is for a road from Portland or Astoria to Winnemuec*. | This is conclusive evidence that a'road is being built from Portland to this place, but it may bo years before it i» completed. Tlu* Sunday School Btciilft We are requested to state that every body i3 invited to the Sunday-school picnic, which is to be held about a mile above town en the river, to-morrow. Teams have been engaged to take the children to the gimuuds; and ample preparations will he made for thAr comfort. As it is not intended for a Tanner feast, all tlie grown folks should take along well-filled baskets. More Ice, Again are vc under obligations to George Berger for ice—l*i never misses dropping a chunk at onr door f .every morning, of as fine a quality as grotfa anywhere. SPiSC'IAL locals. I'aro Sla;sl«* SUjar. Pirns Vermont maplt* sugar, by lie box, at 21 cents per pound, and in smaller tpiantities at 25 conts per pound, at BaNNTSTKII <fc WlkTHRlil*'*. jy.2l-au3tf Kwiu:nrr> Kits., Latestatyleu of l adies’ SiKnmenHalts at reduced prices, jeO w<. Rkixhart k Co’s. niar fur lirsnr !l curls At' Frank Fellows’ Fashion Shmple Rooms can Itfc protore;! the geiiinc im ported Charles Heidsieck. tf Kruft Cans, Now is the time to put up your fruit for the Winter. Fruit cans sold cheap for cash, by K. W. Wmd.' took litre! Levy As Co. are opening to-day the kttgosfat.d tmr>8t complete stock of* dry goods, buttons and ‘‘Vothing to be found in the State. It will be worth money, to you to call a?ul see tfiem, and get prices. They are determined not to be undersold; Fresh goods arri .dug daily, kKVV-.t Co Be ('««! and Aomforlablc. Call at F. 0. Korins’, and lit your self with a-white* coot, pants and vet, all of which are being sold at coat. j<«K ;*t»re wr«:. We have just received our own brr.rtd of CO flee, tho liuest in the market. Try it. mfl Lcvy & Co. - liri.a ojn.KTs A;si Celery Salad, every - night,’ at L>oo’« Lunch Stand. fo-ti -- ♦ — —i—— Thi'Cc-lilj’ Uoso.' A lino-assortment of three-ply rubber hose, A No.- !,»tko best in town, at-the store of ap‘J7-tf Bannister ^Witiieri.y. Mint liter White coats, pants-and vests at coat, at-F. C. ltontNS’. jei’S* !kt<k<a Buttrd <tnna And Brown Bread, at all times, »t Doc’s Lunch Siand. fft-tf -... »«-- —-—■—> AmtUliy Is It ? Why does everybody go to Levy & Co’s store for thVir goods? Answer— Because that is tho placo to get goods •heap for cash. mil 11 ---- ^ SPECIAL LOCALS. In Ihc Whole History of Medicine No preparations has over performed such marvelous cures, or maintained 30 wide a imputation as AyrE'S Cherivy Pkctokal, which i3 recognized as the world’s remedy for all diseases of the throat and liliigs. It# long-continued series of womlerfal cores in all climates has-made it universally known as a safe and reliable agent to employ’. Against ordinary colds, which are the forerun ners of more serious disorders?, it acts Bpeedily and surety, always relieving suffering, and oftetl saving life. The protection it affords, by its timely use in throat and lntig disorders of children; makes it ail invaluable reme dy to be kapt always on hand in every home. No’ person oau afford bo be without it, and those who have once used it never will. From their knowl edge of- it# composition and effects, physicians use tlnr Cherry Pectoral extensivaly in thoir practice, and cler gymen recommend it. ft is absolutely certain in it# remedial effects, and will al ways cure where cures are possible. mti2GMy-l Cocohk. — “ Brown’s Bronchia* TrochK3” are nsed with advantage to allev-iate ooiiglie. sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affections. For thirty years these Troches have beert in ure, with annually increasing favor. They are net new and an tried, but, having been tested by wide and constant use for nearly an entire generation, they have attained well merited rank among the few staple remedies ot the age. Tft» Throat.—“Brown's Bronchial Trochee” act directly or the organs of the voice. They have an extraordinary effect in all disorders of tlie throat and larynx-, restoring a healthy fcm? when relaxed, either from cctll or oteo-exer tion of the voice, and produce a clear and distinet-eimiiokvtioR. Speakers and singers find the 'J roehes useful. A Cough, cohlj catarrh or sore throat rcouires immediate ottewitou, us neglect' oftentimes resnlta in some incurable lung disease. “Brown’s Bronchia:; Trochbs*’ will almost invariably give relief. Imitations aft* offered for sale, many of which-are injurious/ The gen uine “Brown’s Bronchial Troches” exe sell only i« hexe». jal3-ly* ■ YTtok Everybody to Bnow. Ruv. George II. Thayer, an old cr'li zen of this vicinity, know n to every cue as a most influential citizen and a Chris tian mif.ister of the Ah E. Church, just this moment stopped at our store to say: 4*I wish everybody to know that I consider ifwt l/Otli mys«,f and wife ow e our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cur?.” It is having a tremeudons sale over our counters, .Tin! is giving perfect satisfac tion in all cases of Lung Diseases, buS’i as nothing else has done.” Dks. Mat«wett &-France. Bourl*on, Ind., May IS, 18?8. Sold by C. A. Dk^xcescr*; Druggist. nS-eon KS Dtrrptlcn lined. It is strange so mahy people v?ill con tinue to-suffer day after day with Dys pepsia, liver Comjdain^ Constipation, Sour Stomach, and General Debility, when they can procure at oUV' store Shiloh's Vililizer, free of cost if it docs not cure or relieve them. Price, 75 c^s. Sold by C. ApDrSacssure, Druggist. 118-cop For lam# haett, sido^or chest, uec Shiloh's Pcroiis riaster. Price 75 cJs. Sold by C. A. DkKa$ssure, Druggist, Winnemueea, New. u8-oop‘ K«w-l4 Is Rone. The first direct In lifer with the Amer ican pvoplensr t<» “get rich*” thr second, hove to regain good ’ health. The first can lx* oh by'energy, honesty and saving; the second—good health—by nstnglin <kn’s AdgcstFlower. Should you Lc a despoudent sofTercr from any of the effect3- of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Indigestion, etc., such as Si$k lloadaebe} Palpitatimi of tha Heartt, Sour Stomach, Habitual Costiveui db, the NbrvoWS Pros tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not sutler another day. Tv. o doso3 of August Flower will relieve you at ouco. f'himpte'botblcsi’Hf'cevits. Reg ular size, 75 cents. ■ Positively sold by all first-class druggists in tfio lluitdd states. , The most popular* anil fragrant* per fume of the day, Hackmetack. Try it. Sold by <*. .V“ UBSlttfialtsS; Druggie, Winuemucca, Ncrr u7-eod *Wr«;li*K r<tfA4cr. * Everybody’s Buying Powder is no1 good as' ours, and I.kvy A Co’s local i:‘ better than them alf. No alum in ours (unless you Want it), and it will raise a maw iu ids girl’s atlbeEions evfery time. nAH»; NlSld LESSONS. MlSS A.'C-.' ifKALR GkVfcJf TlIOft'ObYdfl Loiaon* In IMniio, Wrjt.nB an«l Guitar Must*. Twins, $6 per Month, two lessons, one hour each, per week. She is stopping at the Central Pacific-Hotel. Wiuncuauacat July 20| 1&3) tf ■ SCHOOL FCR cells: AT RENO, NEVA BA. MISS Iv ATE A. SILL, PRINCIPAL The'advtmtf ? s which th’s itiglitvicn affords' arc umn:i; ss-icd ly iny tihcd v ctt cf the Rocky Mcuntiiins. 'ihe dai^rea are t s low as any Hch< d of the fame gn tfe. 'ihe tilth j/ear will l eg in 'I hurt day, lUfciiit SClts, ISKO. For luttfcer j aiMctlm n.iUim BISHt P \c HllAhER, jv21-lm 1 bifida t Ry. Levada. DENR1 RISER, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars** -ALSO —-^Tfic Choicest Brmtils of Pcer.^— opposite Ti:fe cocat Uocki. WinnAnnecs, November 15, )HT». 16-tI “FASHION” LIVERY, FEED AND SALE S-T-A-K-L-E-! Bridge Street, Vr'iflnimuceii, Nevada. I« L lilt KAK1>.Proprietor.' LIVERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES I At Ktns<n::;Me Kales. ELEGANT TURNOUTS, Double cr tingle, tan always-be procured. HorsM Itcardnl hy the Buy, Week* ot* Month. S3 Horses Bought and Sol’d. ISO Kt«.<k Horses for Sale at I’.eaEcnabl# itutes. Hay ant! £rain For Sale! SS rissengera ar.d- freight conveyed to' all plirta of the country. 'Sully triage Khun to Paradise Miner Winnetruix i, March 73, 1380; ff SADDLERY, HARNESS' _AN©_ BOOT AND SHOD STORE, firings? Street, Wfttkeu:neea, Nevada,' (Sew Enc\ EmvJing.) Mr 1W BTAt'N'TOh has constantly on hand a W;;d assortment of all kinds of Sadies, * Harness, .3 ■« Spatr.cfc g-o a'hi Amur lean Bits, 5 - fiohii i of ; ,£■** Flat Bridles, . —• Cinches, Buck- -o—— skins, Sheep- SI. IS. STAHTOI skins, Aium and Lace- maxofactires Leather,■ Raw Hides, THE FINEST BOOTS., • Reins, K ~n garoo Reins, at the lowest muces. | ‘ Saddle-trees, -o V'uick’i. fisattws, hacskmores, kl All styles of -o- W hiplashcs, I if. B. STAUNTON, Bridles, W hipstocke, 1 8—A—O- H--E--E BunryWhhvt, riid'r,g"VVhipe —and— BlanketstKeta ’ for Hordes, n A K N E S » M A M'E K, IT o o de and Ri;;*yfWb*s, [ SHdfff Street', WiuHemuciH} Lap liobes, I General As 9 E V a D a . snrtrnent of -«i- Gloves Best Brands ot Boots, all Kinds of 9 oCLadles Calf, E" Balmorals, •SniSes’ Calf talnforils. Button Shoes. Mieses ' and Children's Leather Sheer of all kinds " for sale at the lowest eeAi price. Boota made to order for all prices from $11 to >50 per ps.ii. Impairing in the Saddle, Harness and Boot Department promptly at tended to. at prices ir. suit th times. Boo fa of the best hr..nu8 sot l- as cheap as anyv here on the Pacific dlojav No light dress' hoes for Ladies kept in slo..t. VI. V>. ETAUiTTON. lt24-'7U-tf NEW OfcOCSSY STORE, AT OLD' Ctrl' MEAT MARKET, LFJBGE ; STB FET, ’.V1N N EM UCCA. «?PS. W. J. ARU ! fttofloctfiffly P'nionr..-cii to l.ir f it.misend tit public thats-le lice, received al:t?;:n stock cP FRHU 4,4e* CiftviilCilCS, whirti bflo o'Ti is foi sale at B >; V K OCA' P !? ICE St Costa Blc.VCi ir«<>, 3 13<n. «©’ Cbemlcttl Oilit c ii.iap, $H>r hex.iff 29"' l'ln?iiroti :k, cm! .Midi • Krsf «iBni-4j £(hiir>‘, per It..2# rte v Case unit" Is. mi 1 u :te, tint! a Mil Dried ‘ Apples,'Hjritp, t'icV Vs ,• Incur, 1 I, putsches, eten-of t}m best >n»)ity, at. pn ; ei formate rktou :ioeer-h, Oruc. in l .l th :i, c'. M. J. ADtL WinbcnilK-.'S, ,,’rr.ui.ry i>, isi'i \ tf Notice to1 wciid il ieete. srn»M iHtdiiAtK vos swfcs We, the uniler-v'iied, he) i ol Tins toes ulfll^ Meadows’ bdiisi) 'tistriet, No ii," • >» ii'iintMrit' • County, Neva..a, citVr "*r tide, ihn.u. an over plus ol Schorl I’m litiue. wlueli is ,iow aid hail'' sit i«een in i.4>. >nutt;i y; cl A na' i + from' * thirty to tort) scholars, i'or further |iartktr-t~ lara, address PRTEI. WKST, 1 j j* a' iSft H. ':»?#* ,)■ 'Cnmrt»9y* LoVetock, J'Uw-Te 1SS'"‘