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Monthly.'•• Acu«M ««, IKS*. Mlf — —m m'iinrmr n ~ ~ i i • i — S. W. Ki ss'is authorized to make collections Or the Silvbr ST2V? and receipt for th-tsame. i:iiUi:ri\. War Department Sty nut Curve C. S. Army. \C&t'„4T, lie, lbdO/4.17 a. si. Ohscrsations taken at the same moment of time at all *Ut t vs.. WIND: _ » id k 3‘ f place or g ■? s <1* a O o 13 §2 t*3 01MEKVATI0NS. IB sr. $ P .yjJ £ ! ? IP*s As- | _1 1 i3 i s Koise City, Idaho..' ; Cheyenne, Wy. 58 MV I .... Clear. Davenport, loWa...j 72 SV. 1 .. .Clear. North Platte, Nch.. «.» JCaln. ,.73 Cloddy. Omaha, Neb.I 73 [SE (5 .02 ’ Ptoehe, Nev.j 82 pi 13 ... Fair. Sacramento, < a!. .(IS 12 .... ! air. Salt Lake, Utah_ 07> I'.'aUu. I-'Fair. San Francisco, Cal.. 30 iSrt 14 . .. k<>g. Virginia, Won. . :r> id<5 "* -Chur. Winneinucea, Nev.. i 51 ;.:.W b 1.Clear. . ....!.1....1./. •Heavy Kiln. Auoi’sv 22nd Maximum thermometer, 91"; Minimum thermometer, 61\ immrrwm: .J.. n '.eta ^JCSCXUMRkmOMB *4.\ l*'KAN4IM» STOCK ItEVOET. This Morning's Board. S80 Opliir i*| 10 «<«. '1 v*ic in 13 \<1\ 770 ti At C 0 t>J 32., p, d il 1,3} 1 ;.c 115 California 2j 32 Savage 3 id 3J5c 615 Con Va Ull'c so t iioirtr 4 :t.m P'.t ui 8l0 3n*)c foO 1 At .3 <JJ 425 C Point L’.si 2.t ." O'O V Ja ket kV t*« 230 liiifaiial 7*0 4.>e 14" Alpha 7-t k One llelclmr an., J-nc 770 S Nevada lbg 1SJ 115 Couth! nice 0} 0} 17" C'.uii 12i 13} guu Bullion 250 *5< 860 Overman 2 420 Exchequer tod" 1..., Juati e 13>* 127c 20 Seg Beiehcr Jo} +'<» Alta 275 2s>ki 10U* l'nion 29} 21',s 840 Julit. S7, kte 137> Caledoni i 7*>W O biiver 1 fill 110 105c 10 Challenge 100c 18 J Occidental 1} 75 Net York :s> 4» Phil flYerkiiin 80c lttl L Wasli’ngtnu 60c 50*i ,'»n*l -227 221c but Senator 15c 70 Trojan 1 c 1260 Scorpion 850 44 nton ! i . 150c 310 St Louis I2d • 100 H Hate 27*0 240c 50 Con l>ora>U, 2.10 42" Mow, rv r e 4*At t^uinn s£0c 7to k’ah'tax 70s 11)C A L 1 X 7ELLldEX €E. AniKWiwemeKtM. H. .1. Pratt, of Clover Valley, is a candidate, for Assemblyman, on the Re , publican ticket. Two y< us ago, in a convention composed ->f 42 delegates, Mr. Pratt received 22 votes on I'iie first 1 ballot, and wise iu reality the nominee of the Convention. Por some reason, probably through an oversight, he was not declared fh"- nominee, and his name ' was afterwards withdrawn, am! O. P. ; Crawford was nominated by acclama- j tion. All ’hat can l** s. id against Mr. j Pratt whether for Sharon or not, the writer ; does not know. L. L. Rickard is announce*! ca a can didate for re-* leetioA to the Office of Assessor. I Airing his term of otliee the assessable property in the county h«s been materially increased, and more taxes collected than ever lei fore. These are facts which the piublh can as vrtaiu by examining the araessmei.t rolls of ' the county. J. K. Guthrie throws Iris beaver into the ring ami announces that lie is a can didate for Sheritf, subject to the *le cision of the Republican County Con vention. He is an old resident of Hum boldt, and if elected wilt undofthtedly perform the duties of the ofhoo faith fully. rienry miser, miorms ms numerous friends and the pubiii generally that he is a candidate for Comity Cominis* eioner, long term, subject to the de cision of the Denii.eiati> County Con vention. As everybody knows him, it is unnecessary to expatiate on his qual ifications. II * runs his own business successfully, which is a guai an toe. that ho would faithfully .rtt nd to the in terests of the public. To ('Inb Officers and the Public* Last Saturday, the Secretary of t!ie Garfield and Arthur Club requested C. S. Osborn, Jr., who is connected with the Sn.vku Stati , to Lafeii notice in serted in tin- paper, that a meeting of the Club would i*» held that (Saturday) evening. This priced to l>o a mistake on the part of the Secretary, and many members of the Club, who went to the Hall, were disappointed. To prevent | such mistakes n future, anil clear the Kilvkk Statu of the suHtMcion that it luteiuletl to mislead the memhers oi the officers of all sAch organizations are requested' to write plainly the time at which such meetings are to be held, when the notice is intended for publi cation in these columns. Idaho bullion. Silver bullion valued at §33,312 was deceived at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s office Here, last Satmday, from Idaho, end shipped to San Francisco. 1 NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL. What Is said about Babcock, Crockett and Sharon. Editor Shaker State; The politi cians begin to cluster in Capitol Scyiare, and knowing yon tak-e an interest in their doings, I will give you an mkling of what they say. The majority of THE state OFFICERS Are very unpopular. The conduct of the Secretary of State hi the MkiFadden case is severely criticised, and as it has been thoroughly ventilated in the Courts, and a verdict rendered against the Secretary, there is no loop hole through which Ire call escape the odi um. The State Treasurer has also act ed without warrant of law in taking the State fund* to bolster up an institution known as the IienoSavings Bank, when he was Vico President of that concern, and knew that it was shaky, as the stockholders only put $30,OfX) in it, and d-row out $±.">,(>00 in dividends and ex penses. Mr. Crockett has always been considered an honest man, hut this transaction has shaken the confidence of Ins friends, and the action of the State Board of Examiners, in trying to white wash him, has called out some very harsh expressions from the public. WILLIAM SHARON Has been here, and it is generally un derstood that he has placed the “sack” ill the hands of a Mr. Strother and en tered the field as a candidate for United States Senator. T have ofteri heard of the “check” of a Government i mule, hut I think bis is harder than the concentrated impudence of- all the sons of jackasses the Government ever owned. Sharon Was never an actual resident of Nevada, lie was elected Senator for six years, and in all that (rime hat. not been sixty days in his seat, and draws $30,000, or $300 per day, which is very high Wages for such services as he lias rendered the country. I do not know of a man in Ormsby county, outside of the Crooked Rail road Ring, who favors his re-election to the Senate; yet, should it so happen that the ‘‘Ring” gets control of the County Convention and pets up a Sharon ticket, enough Republicans will vote the Democratic Legislative ticket t< elect it. There are Republicans, and plenty of theft, too, in Ormsby county who cannot be influenced by Sharon’s sack, ami they will sea that Ids tools, if they succeed in running the Republican party, w ill make no votes for bun by doing so. I hope every Democratic County Convention in the State will pledge the Legislative nomi nees, in the event of t.aeir not having a majority in the Legislature, to stand in with the Republicans who oppose Sharon, and elect a resident of tiie State to represent i*> in the United States Senate. It is also hoped, by Anti Ring Republicans here, that in counties where Sharon Republicans are nominated for the Legislature, that de cent Republicans will vote for the fteiti- ; ocratic legislative' candidates. I know '.lu; temper of fho Anti-Ring Republi cans of Ormsby county, and 1 nrri satis fied that if their plans arc carried out Sharon w ill he beaten. It •« a shams and a disgrace to a free people to think of sending such x man as Sharon to the United States Senate. Aside from his being a nou resident of the State, he is one of the vilest and foul-ftouthed of men, ami applies the lowest billings gate to those who do not obey his be- j bests in everything. The writer of this has heard him abuse, in the foulest language, men who arc socially and in u fitiefu'nily ki3 superiors. Conf7I>kXce. Circus Accompaniments. A lot-of thieves came to town with the circus, ami it is hoped accompanied it w est. Several knew that roughs and th’cves generally accompanied circuses, and watched their premises in the even ing. The thieves broke into K. Rein hart’s rooms, on First street, and turned everything topsy turvy in their burned search for valuables. They stole a gold watch worth ^'doO,' and several articles of weaving apparel front Mr. Reinhart. They mistook the parsonage for the res idence of some Wealthy’ bachelor, and rilled ltcv. Mr. Warrington’s trunk. At Mr. Green’s residence they effected 1 an entrance through a window, ami stole a watch and several articles of jewelry. At Render's mill, which is situated within a hundred yards of where the circus tout was pitched, they broke into tho sleeping room and awoke Mr. Render, who caused them to beat a hasty retreat, without getting any spoils. • DEATH OF JOHNNY OWENS. What is known of the Accident mid the Verdict of the Coroner's Jury. The Battle Mountain Messenger has the following relative to the death of John E. Owens: Oh Wednesday night, John E. Owens, a young man Who had been employed ou the Nevada Central Rail way as telegraph operator and brakes niMi, fell from the cirens train when near Ansonia Station, and was killed. He has not been in the employ of the company for some weeks, and was only7 going as far as Hallsvale for some things he had there. He wad not missed from the train aird nothing was known of the accident until his lifeless body W£s picked up by the section men two miles this side of Ausohia, on Thursday morning. The body w-as taken back to the station and sent to town by the down train. The body was found with the head toward the raif and very close to it. A cut ex tended across the eyes, showing that he struck on the rail in his fatal fall. After hearing the testimony of Wm. Owens, a brother of deceased, and that of the Conductor and Train Dispatcher, the Coroner’s Jury found that deceased was *24 years-of age, a native of Massa chusetts, and that he came to his death by reason of w ounds caused, or sup posed to be caused; by falling from the train on the morning of August I9tb, 1SS0' ________ FOURTH DISTRICT COURT. June Term ?880—W. 8. Bonniflcld Judge. The following business was transacted Saturday. Lamance vs. Byrnes ct al: Plain tiff’s motion to strike out and retax cost bill, denied; and plaintiff’s motion to find on various points, set out hrmotiou now on file, was taken under advise ment. J. \V. Brown vs. L. A. Ashley: De fendant’s motion to retax costs, argued and submitted* to 2he Court, and the Court took the matter under advise ment. Vogt vs. Vcgt, set for trial Wed nesday, August 25th: Defendant de manded a jury, and the Court ordered that a special venire for twelve jurors bo issued. Levy vs. Miller: By consent of counsel, set for bearing Monday, Au gust 23rd. Unverzagt vy. Unverzagt: Sot for trial Monday, August 23rd. Pied. John McKennuy, the father of Judge D. C. MoKenney of Austin, died at Oakland, California, at the ripe old age of 85 years and d months, last Friday evening. His romaimr were taken to Sacramento, where the funeral took place yesterday, irtidef the auspices of the Masonic Fraternity. Welle, Fargo & Co.’s Express. We are under obligations to J. J. Valentine, Superintendent of Wells, Fargo & Co.’s Express for a copy of the Company’s Directory for 1830 a value able book for reference. Soldiers on Route. A special train passed through here last night with- several hundred sol diers, principally recruits, for Califor nia a'«vd Arizona/. SPECIAL LOCALS. <>itrlicl<l and Arthur Club. There will be a meeting of the Gar field and Arthur Club at Oriental Hall at 7:30 o’clock this (-Monday)-evening. The roVeting will lie addressed by mem bers Of the C!ilb. Come one, chine all. R. \V« Wood, President. Fbkd. Ried, Secretary. It. Kctirrn Those Papers. I will pay a suitable reward for the recovery of the papers taken from the Parsonage last Friday night. a»23 F. M. Warrington. Card to Voters. Democratic, Republican, Greenback, or any other political club, desiring olub uniforms, regalias, banners, etc., 'for campaign purposes, will 8nd it to' their interest to apply ttf us for esti mates before ordering elsewhere. W-E1NSTOCK-& LURIN, Proprietors Mechauica’ Store; Sacramento, Cal. Bummer lilats. Latest styles of Ladies’ Summer Hate i at reduced prices, at je9* Ec Reinhart * Co's; SPECIAL LOCALS. Ire i'renm. Mb*.- Richard Romnson will serve ice cream from Shis date and during the hot weathtet at her private residence', from 5 o’clock until 10 o’clock every day. Families can be supplied at any and all times. aulh-lm Vartans CansSS*— Advancing years, care, sickness, disap pointment arud hereditary predisposi tion—all operate to turn the hair gray, and either of them inclines it to shed prematurely. Ayer’s? Hair Vigor will restore faded of gfay, light or red hair to »rioh brown or a deep black, as may be desired. It softens and cleanses tire scalp, giving it a healthy action. It removes and cures dandruff and hu mors. By its use falling hair is checked, and a new growth will be produced in in all cases where the follicles Are not destroyed or the glarata decayed. Its effects'arc beautifully shown on brashy, weak or sickly likir, off which a few ap plications will quickly produce the gloss and freshness of yoilth. Harm less and sure in its Operation, ft is incomparable as a dressing, and is es pecially valued for the soft luster and richness of tone it imparts. It contains neither oil nor dye. and will not soil or color white cambric; yet it lasts long on the hair and keeps it fresh and vig orous. ly-3 Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sisk child suffering and crying with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go aft once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup. I& will relieve the poo? httie sufferer immediately—de pend Upon it; there is no mistake about it. There 15 not a mother on earth who has eve? used it who will not tell you at once Shat ft will regdlate the bowels, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to the child, operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, ttid is the prescription of one ®f the oldest and best female physicians cud nurses in the United Mates. SoM every where. 25 cents a battle. jal2-ly Wc I'taaHenge the World. When we say we believe we have evidence to prove that Shiloh’s Con sumption Cxrg is decidedly the bed lung thedicine made, ntasmuch as it will cure a common or chronic cough, in one' half the time, and relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Whoopihg Cough Croup, and show more cases of Consumption cured than all others. It will cure where they fail. It ifc pleasant to take, harmless to the youngest child, and we guarantee what we say. Price, 10 cts, 50 (Its and $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back laine, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by C. A. 6eSaussure, Druggist. r l n7-eod Do Von Believe It. That in this town there are scores of persons passing our store every day whose lives are made miserable by In digestion, Dyspepsia, Sour and Dis tressed Stomach, Liver Complaint and Constipation, when for 75 cts we will sell them Shiloh’S V&alizer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold by 0. A. I):kSACa sure, Druggist. n7-eod The most popular and fragrant per fume of the day, Jfafhnelr’ck. Try it. Sold by C. A. DeSacssekk, Druggist, Windemucca, Nev. n7-e0d _ Rbw It Is Done. The first object in- life with the Amer ican people is to “get rich}” the second, hoW to regain good health'. The first can be obtained by energy, honesty 2nd saving; thp second—good health—by using Green’s August Flower. Should yo:r be a despondent* sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Indigestion, etc., sr.'oh as Sick Headache, Palpitation- of the Heart, Scttr Stoma-cH, Hibitual Costiveunss, Dizziness of the Head, Nerfous Pros tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not suffer airoth‘ei* day. Two' doses of August Flower will relieve you at once. Sample bottles, 10 ccntd. Reg ular size, 75 cents. Positively sold by all first-class druggists in the United States. - ♦ FreSW (WOeorM*! and Provisions, Direct from first hands, which Will be | sold at low figures for cash, cousistiug of everything kept in a first-class es tablishment, can be found at an 14 F. 0. Robin’s. Pure Coffee. We have just received our own brand (of coffee, the finest in the market. -Try it. • ma Levy & Co. Wine for Itruve Hearts At Frank Fellows’ Fashion Sample Rooms can bo procured the genine i:n : ported Charles Hehlsieck. tf '< Look* Here! i Levy & Cx are opening to day the .largest and most complete stock <5f dry goods, buttons and clothing to be found in the State. It will be worth money to you to call and see* them, and get prices. They are determined not to be undersold. Freslrgoods arriving daily. r Rsvv & Co . 1 ■■■ ■■ - - -— T SPECIAL LOCALS. Fresh V* merries. A new shipment of groceries just re ceived by C. Chknoweth, at his-cash store, where his customers may now purchase seven pounds of brown or six pounds of white sugar for oue dollar, witli the satisfaction of knowing that he has no antiquated goods, shopworn or defunct, to bring to the front ami shove under their noses to excite their pity to buy them in return for the favor of selling his sugar on so small a mar gin. mhao-tf - . ♦ Tobirr.ro (lirners and Smokers. New Deal Navy, J, B. Pace's, Cable Coil, Jackson’s Best, Lori laird’s Best, Gold Nugget, Light Freshed,Old Judge, Vanity Fair, Fragrant', Durham,- and Fine Cut Tobaccos, and' a full line of all kinds of Cigarettes, just received direct from the manufacturers, ami for sale at au 14 F. C. Robin’s. Fairbanks Lard. The celebrated pure Fairbank’s Lard caA now be found at F. C. Robin’s. wiio makes it a point to secure only such brands as will stand a personal inspection. aul4 - ■ —-—, ■— Fruit (’ails. Now is the time to put up your fruit for the Winter. Fruit cans sold cheap for* cash, by R. W. Wood. Three-ply ftose. A fine assortment of three-ply rubber’ hose, A No. 1, the best in town, at the store of ap27-tf Bannister & Wetuerly. -4* Boston Baked Keans And Brown Bread, at all times," at Doc’s Lunch Stand. fii-tf Hummer Bonds. Whitecoats, pants and vests at cost,’ at F. C. Robins’. je28 And Why Is It? Why does everybody go to Levy A Co’3 store for their goods ? Answer— Because that is the place to get goods cheap for cash. mhll Kc Cool and tom lor table. Call at F. C. Robins’, and fit your self with a white coat, pants and^vest, all Cf which are being sold at cost. je*28 ■ ■ ♦— ■ ■ Pure Maple t»ug»r. Pure Vermont maple sugar, by. •-•the box, at 21 cents per pound, aud in, smaller quantities at 25 cents perpound,' at Bannister A Wethekly’s. jy21-su9tf Fresh Oysters And Celery Salad, every rtlght, at Doc’s Lunch Stand. £5-If - — —ar-— RhI.Vur Ponder. Everybody’s Raking Powder is as good as ours, and Levy A Co’s Ideal is better than them all. No alum in ours (unless you want it), and it wall raise a i*au in his girl’s affections evt-ryutimet nihil 1 II • I HI. ill I—— ■■■ ONE PRICE STOKE. BANSlStER & WKTHERLT PROPK FE TORS, Will keep constantly on hand a large and selected stock of FAMILY GROCE RI.E 3 r Sti$ar, Coffee, Tea, Butter, Eggs, Canned and Dried “Fruits, Canned Vegetable*,’ Wines, and Lienor*, Tinware, Ete., Etc., Etd. CALIFORNIA AND TROPICAL FRUITS GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS. Green, Dried & Canned lYaita. Boats', Shoes Fancy 8ao4sr, Cutlery Tobacco', ■ Pipe©.' All of'ttfhfeB vtHll bo said at the -very -Vwcalf price for CASH. Call arid see for your A(. BANNISTER A WETHERLY. Winnemueva, March ‘2, 1880. 11 CAUTIONl The jhlblic are hereby cautioned not t© pu'r' i chase or negotiate for County Warrant No. 78 k\ efrawn in favor of J. H. Job, for #di 00, on tb.O Redemption Fund, as the same has been' lost and tlie payment of the sanie has been stopped by Botin ing the County Tnmu.er TRUSTEES rlClIBOLDT LODGE, No. Id, i. 0/0. F. Winnemucca, Nev., July 10,1880. tf NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMER#-' On and after August 1st, the sprinkling of streets will 18 alldwed oilfy frodi 8 to 8:80 a. m. aiw from 4 to 5 r. m.; ami irrigt.iitfg' from 9' to 7 r. m. WJNSEMUCC* WATER CO. ; Winntmucea, July 80, 1880. lui JO» PRINTING/ IN ALL ITS VAR1KTIRS, Rumipfly Riul Si ©ally E\rr d|f f' AT TMK ©Fllt-lt OF THK