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“ VOL. XVI. WIXNEMEPCC A, NEVADA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 24, 1880. NO. 119.
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THE SILVER STATE.
pubiishkd i;v;:uy kveninq (SUMDays
}.vri:iTrj>) -jiY
J. .1. El S L L & •<■ O.
TFftMS OF SIT.-CRIPTION:
One copy, one year, b; mail.$6 Prt.
One cope, >•{•; months, by mail . 4 Of),
One copy, thr-, irmnths, by wail.- 50.
Delivered bv Carrier, ‘i:i <'ents per week,
UA. "S OF ABVRRTISiyG
One Square <10 lilies) first insertion.-?“? '•0.
Kurh mtiisc punt ins •rtion, per square. . . . 100.
A liberal reduction to regular advertisers.
A O K NTS:
C. W. Crane, els Finn s'-.-ot and 10 LeiSes
dorff street. It mm bit, San Vrc-ncnser. .
Gno. M. Mott, ~ .rramente, California.
B. F. Itil.KV l-i authorized to collect and re
ceipt for subs' riptioti i to the Silver State in
Paradise Valiev.
II. C. Mark n’t is authorized to collect ami
receipt for s.ih.script ir.tm to the Silver State at
Big Meadows.
A YAN'K’KC f. VUUKT.
Of course, there was a garret in this
large house; riot a mere incident to it,
but to tny boyish net on its chief and
crowning glory. Untold treasures were
gathered there; heirlooms from the
past, and disabled implements or dis
used inventions of the present. There
was the old fashioned spinning-wheel,
which could still whirl r. jrrily around;
there were the stately “fire-dogs" of a
former generation. (Irest chests and
boxes lined the sides of the room, and
happy were t ie h nirs devoted to ran
sacking them. The garret was a boom
inestimable for the children’s rainy
days. Hut there, was a garret above
the garret, a sort of third lien von, to
which admission was rate. It was
reached by a steep ladder, aud had a
floor of loose board*, end its own little
window near to the apex of the roof.
There were stored the most secret pos
sessions of the house; walnuts and but
ternuts. bunches of seed sweet-corn,
thyme and savory, and ail “runpies
that have virtue" in domestic medicine.
The cellar formed a fie foundation for
so manifold activities. In it were the
finer vegetables for the table. At the
foot of tlm front stairway were rows of
swinging shelves for the red aud golden
apples. Here \va to b" seen the base
of the great stone chimney, which was
strong enough to anchor a leaning
tower. These immense chimneys took
up no small part of the interior of the
old-time houses. [Martin Kellogg, in
the September Californian.
Napoleon It. Arthur deserted his wife
and family at Marysville, Ohio, twenty
years ago, to elope w ith a neighbor's
daughter. His wife remained on the
farm, ai d reared thou- children, while
he wandered about the country'. A
poor, broken down old tramp pro ented
himself r >e uitly at tlio homestead.
This was tie; w reck of the husband and
father. Ho begged for foo l ami lodg
ing, expreo iug tie; utmo-t contrition
for his bad behavior. The wife acted
with prompt s Sin sot flu; dec on
him, and he barely «•» aped with his
life.
Five boys, digging for s woodchuck,
at l’leas.'.m, *1.11 N. li ., found some
coins which tie y 1 ok to 1 • gold.
Craatly excited, -they' continued a
search until al it a thou and pieces
were gathered. Th; treasure turned
•out to be of small ..-.hie, however, con
sisting of English coins of low denomi
nations. A peddler was murdered
there seventy years ago, and ihe plund
er buried.
MUDIM ..v:s-vr~ .-t:: r— ;
I WINNKARXCA
^ FLOrnJNC M 'i L L s.
ciiA'iu;.'; KK.'.:u:n, i roi'rutor.
IIUlUUlA llt ii: V,
Family R. to
a.v-i) Family Flock.
Yho best o.:a!lt.v of
iGKAi'iAM FLOl'K.j
• **••••••••••• •••••••••••• ..
fi- m f'.ipui*Y Wheat.
For .VI.;, or t u.ml so owU r for CWxmtcr*.
'•Artie?* jixtu criiii Fitu:j cl t
WfcUb-Af ,
CITY IS R EffERY!
W1 NhEMtTCCA, NEVADA.
UIi:i> .1 IIIXKCY.PUONtlETOU*.
We are twv • established in the tKIKWlNfi
BUSINESS, ami keep constantly on hand a
first-class article of
IM RE LAGER BEER!
Hade from the best quality of nia't and hops
I.iiger Boer Delivered Daily
To customers in all jKirta of the town of Win
nemucca.
£4j‘,*rCe.rH froni resists along the railroad er
•i-ewherebvilt 1* fiikm withotTt delay.
r?7"Seiid orders to
F. RIED, City Brewery.
Winnemucca, Nev., May II, 1880. tf
TELEGRAPH SALOON,
Bridge Street, Winnemucca,
James Thacker, Proprietor,
I This popular saloon and favorite resort is
j now cor lu :ted by JAMES THACKER, who
I will he happy to meet at his new place of bnsi
: n :hs hi< many friends and the public generally,
fte can assure them that be will keep on hand
the ehoieesl brands of
Fiur Wines, 'Liquors, CTfXifrs, Etc.
T| c saloon is furnished with an ’ elegant: and
flrxt-clasH BILLIAKD TABLE, for tile accom
modation end amusement of [sdrem*
Remember the Old Stand, next to Sfivens’
Drug Store. mySl-tf
Hi ll BO L HT S ALOON,
Opposite the Court-house, Winnemucca, Nov.,
Joint Dirhl, Proprietor.
At til" HumbnliB Saloon can always be ob
tained the very best brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
And I can iwsuee lev friends that at -my estab
lishment they can have every convenience to
I enjoy the finest qualities of rich and creamy
L A G L K B E E R ,
Unsurpassed by any that has ever been set be
fore the followers of Oainbrinus.
my.il tf JOHN DIEHL.
CITY BAKERY.
C H RI-S. 1) I K-H L, P r-o p z -i e t« r
(Ofl’OSlTK COURT HOUSE.)
lYcnch Bolls, Square loaves, Brown
Bread.Bios, l akes. Boughntils. Etc.
Always on hand and served to order fresh
from the oven, in quantities to suit, in any
l«rt of town.
/It.VCV ASB OilfiAMEXTA-L CAKES
Hade to Order.
Wtdtllng t'altw a sjicdnlf).
Having purchased the City Bakery, t will
i vp-ire no pains to merit the patronage of the
public. cmas. diehl
Winnenmcca, December 17, 1871). tf
Notice to School Trustees.
SCHOOL CUCVSTIKK l*OU SALK.
We, the under: Igncd, Sc hool Trustees of Big
Meadows’ School District, No 3, in Humboldt
I’ounty, Nevada, oiler for Mile, cheap, an over
plus of School Furniture, which is new and has
; not been hi use. e< misting of Desks for from
j thirty to forty scholars, t'or further particu
lars, add re*'
PKTKIt 'VEST,
e. r. A^in-iH,
J. IF Til IKS,
Trustees.
•lovelock, July 7, I‘80. tf
J. ft. &|liNE
WATCHMAKER ANT) JEWELER.
HIM Dor. STUFF?
WC.NNEllCCCA, --- - NEVADA.
my24-t
s y M || s ft a a o i) s:
JCSt RECEIVED AT TUT. POSTOTFICE
STORE,
,i stock ok white; <;oods,
Consisting of
COATS, PANTS AK3> VESTS!
Llncu Ousters For f I 00 tc» .‘31 .10,
P. <’. ROLINS
Winnemucca, Juno 28, l.ViO.
ESTIMY NOT WE:
A lila.k ''l ire Mrle, ul < •:' four .c.rs ni l,
bran L il wiih a limse s Ik ail mi the l< It hip,
weight about •>. .* < r i'Oo | nail;, on I with :nn.v 1
sailit'o marks i n lit lia ■!,, i mik Into my inclos
i ure las*.,Iune. Then, m.r i--rcju steu to prove
property, pay ill ..' in an,l take liie an mal
aw iv. ’i’. LAY.
(i.ilcomla, July 21, 10. jy2)-2\v
NEW TAILOR SHOP.
J . II. II L K D IS o K ,
CASH I ON A IU.K 1W)©U TO
TAIL o u, - c. ciinxowrmv.
Wlntteiauriut.\rviiUu.
Gar.iimta MAIL’. to OllDliU in (liu latest
stylos.
l:o|u rin; ami ('leaning a t-peoialty, itml eutia
fauM.iu ■ unrantecJ
4, 7 i .ti. J. .IS. JUJilLStUil
i). n. joiixsox, bi. ».,
PHYSICIAN am* SURGEON.
RRlrr nt Cify Drug Store, ltri<lge Street.
Ofiico Horrs—From 10 a. m. to IS m. and from
7 t. m. to 9 P. M.
Winnemucea, June 13, 1S73.
T. C. SI AX SOX, BI, D.
P K YSI Cl A N a x t, SU RGEON
(IRirr nt C. A. BeAaiifcHhreV, Drug Slope.
WINTiEMUCCA.NEVADA.
apl0-'78-tf
j7 ft. Imi,’
«OlTlfl CLERK,
ip miioi.pt coi'XTY, neyada. Acknowledgements
and Affidavits taken. *
Office: Court House, Winnemucea, Nevada
“j aL,tf.
.1. II. BfcDII I/LAX,
ATTORNEY AND C<« NSELOR AT LAW,
And Acting District Attorney of Humboldt
Comity.
O III re m the Court-house.
Winnernueca, January 2,18X0. tf
S. S. GRASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
A ill practice in ail the state and Federal Oeerts
of Nevada,
OIDre iNthetmirf IIdhm,
nov 1, ’77 tf.
1)1. S. BOXXiriELD,
ATTORNEY AND COl.'NSELOR AT LAW,
WINNEWMTA, NEVADA.
Will practice in all the Courts in the State.
«ug,13-tf.
GIJORGL F. Tl URITTIX,
C Ol’SIT V B E C « K » E It,
nCMPOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA,
Will take Acknowledgments and Affidavits.
OHW: Ccint Howe, Wluiiruwrca
jaa’<B-tf.
~A. J. S RETARD,
C O I' N T V T It E A S V It E It,
HUMBOLDT COI NTY, NEVADA.
Office With Wills, Fargo & Co., at the Pas
senger Depot, Winaetnu* ea, Nev. tiecltf.
L. 1. RICKARD,
C « l STV A-h S K SNUR,
HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA.
Oilier: Court House, WiiUKmuMa. ,
___frC.tf__|
I'll AS. CHENOWETIL,
(loiir.ly Sellout Kiiperliifendriit, In
_j ruram.e Agent, -Coin mission Agent mid
Notary 1’uiilic
OKIec—Book Store, near Corner of Bridge and
Third Streets;.
lViiinciiiu cca,.Nevada.
eknowledgenicnts, Affidavits and Depositions
taken, and uH Legal 4nstrtna<mts of Transfer
drawn with Care. niayld-tf.
IV 1 X X i; 311 ( < A MOTE L,
CriiJgr Street, VfittnKtuirra,
OIYII) Gf.ItOI A, - - - rroppietor.
Having Built and Fitted up in the most com
modious stylo the largest and finest. Hotel in
Wtnneuiiicca, with Uirg and Airy Rooms, the
Proprietor is prepared to rereive and entertain
the traveling puHfie vvlfti accommodations as'
good os can i>e found in this section of the coun
try. The TABLE will always he lit erally sup
plied with all The suhstor.Kals of life, ahd with
ev-'ry luxury that can lie procured. Attached
to the Hotei is a FINE BAR, where the choicest
WIVES, MU( Oi:s l\I> CIGARS
Can he obtained at aTl times.
DV1RU PEtU week!.#7.00
apr22t/. _ _ <
CAPITAL CIEP STAND,
IN CAPITAL SALOON, BRIDGE STREET.
‘*I»OC- AI.tHilt, I’ROHEU.TOIt.
FRESH -OYSTERS,
Fish, «amr,
Etc., cor,Util to order, in the flue A style of the
culinary art,.at u)l hour*-, HAY AND NIGHT
Foa a l Etsr-ci iss iifas, oh s i vcn,
Go to the Capital Gin p Stand, and sec ‘‘1KKV
Winncruuivu, October 1, 1ST!). tf
,
1 NICNVXLLK, NKVADA.
PA15L0 LAVEAGA, Proprietor.
The under;,*-iied announcer to hi* friend* and
the pu'iilio that he has enlarged the
ARIZONA ltKSTAl i’.ANT A VARIETY STORE
Where he keeps on hand
Fruit*,
Groceries,
Provisions,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
■Kto., Etc.
CARLO LAVEAGA
CENTRAL HOTEL.
SOUTH *I»E BRIDGE HTRFBC
WI N N E M u-c C A, N E VAD A.
Opposite the PostofSee.
Having bought this well known Hotel, we
hereby notify our friends and the public in gen
eral that it will J>c kept us #first class Hotel in
every particular.
The T*We Will Ih- Second to Konf Ih
the Cii«nfT).
The BAR will be supplied with the best brands
Wf ««*» LngerWrer, A'igirrs, fiV.
Good COO’KS and 'Gentlemanly WAITERS have
been secured.
We also have a first class-IIIIthirtf Table.
All attention will he paid to the wants of'
Patrons. ;
JOB k HADLEY, Proprietors.
Winnemitecw, Aug. 1, 1870. tf
CENTRAL PACIFIC HOTEL.
OPPOSITE PA8SEKGER ©EPOT, '
IVmF.inWfA.XtVADl.'
S. 85. HmhIics, Proprietor.
The undersigned takes pleasure in announc
ing that ha has taken charge of the above
named House for the accommodation of the
public, and intends to conduct it In first-class
Style. , -
tke House U fivnittrcd tt’iroughn't *eith r.ew
Furniture, Carj.eU and Spring Bedt.
The Table will be supplied with-the best the
market affords
1 Flrsf-elass ttar is connected with the
House, supplied iwith the choicest Wines, -
Liquors and Cigars,
It-Jr' Every effort will be made to secure the ,t
comfort of guests.
fi. Tl. HHOKES.
Winncmtieca, Nev, July G, 1880. tf
LAFAYETTE HOTEL
OPPOSITE THE -PEPOT.
U FREETOWN WINNEMJUOCA, NEVADA.
AOS. UEDIIIM, Proprietor.
THE PROPRIETOR TAKES PLEASURE in j
announcing that the above favorite Hotel lias
b a ll greatly enlarged and refitted. A number 1
eft' fine rooms'have been added, and the Hotel
now has firot-class accommodations for families. -
Tlie Unities will be kept supplied with*every !
article the market affords, prepared by the
most experienced ccnnoiseurs.
The liar will be found stocked v.'.ith the
choicest
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS and LAGER BEER,
at prices to suit the times
Person? visiting Wlnnemucea, who desire a
good MEM. DRINK, CIGAR or BED, are re
ferred to the '
LAFAYETTE HOTEL.
Winncmncea, tiarch 14,1ST4.
c. <r u i : x © w e t h,
wjx.yj::! ucca , se vada.
d ash Store, at Hottom Prices;!
X E W S HEP « T !
DEALER IN
Honks, Stationery, News Hatter,
Light Literature. Clank Kooks,
-Legal illfliiks, oi* all kinds.
Pictures and Husie,
fi C II O <) I, SUPPLIES,
tSST Toys, Novelties and Fancy Notions,
tlTLI Itl AH) .IU.WELKY,
Furnixhiu’j Good* and Toilet J\ tidies.
FAMILY GROCERIES
-AND
P—R—0—V—I—S—I—O—’N—S-!
Fresh Canned Coeds, Tot alto, C'jrars, Pipes,
Nuts, Candles, Green and Pried Fruits, an
Btu'v'lcti sneV Crass Seeds,
■*2TOrdors from the country promptly filled.
<1 CIIENOW ETJfl.
Winneniucca, January ‘JO, 1880. tf
XEW GROCERY STORE,
AT OI.D CITY MEAT MARKET, BRIDGE
STILE F T, \V IN N EM l’CCA,
m:w. si. .1. abi i,
j RcppeettfuTty cnnornees to hi r friends and the
[ .public that she has received a lares: stock of
FRLKH GROCERIES,
wliieh slio offers for ta’e at
1! E 1> K(J C K i‘ ill C E 8 !
Cnsfn Ellen «’«fiVe..:s I- » !l;s.$1 <!0
(tcn.hnl olive Senp, per tmx....sfjU 'll*
i Mur Krooni*, etieii.r.O etis
Eiest quelll.v Elams, per Ki.. '.’(I ds
('lie ai d Ci'iuied Fruits, Green aud Dried
Apples, Syrup, Pickles, Rarer., Lard, Potatoes,
etc., of the lie t quality, at pr< portionate xui
for can1!, Orders promptly filled
MBS, M. J, ABEL.
LYInnemuccv January '^, leoii «
“FASHION”
MY FRY, FEED AND SALE
S^T-A—B-L—E—!
Bridge Street, Winncmueea, -Nevada.
L I.. liK KAKn.l'ropriotC9v
LIVERY IN ALT, ITS BRANCHES i
At Umiiiinablc Kates.
ELEGANT TURNOUTS,
•*v>nbb: arstngtc, can ftHrays be procwreA >>
Horses Itiiitrdcd It) the Day, B'ftiU
or Month.
K'T Horses Bought and Sold.
ir,0 Stork Home* for Sale at RcnsoBrs.trtr
Rates.
Huy and Grain For Sale!
•AST Passeturens and 'freight -conveyed to
parts of the country.
Itnily Singe Kims to l*ara llsc Mines
Winncmueea, March 23, 1880. tf '
SADDLERY, HARNESS
_A.VP_
BOOT AN1) SHOE STORK,
Bridge Street, Wirisenmerjt, \etadir •
(Sew Brick Building.)
H. El. STAlMftM has constantly on ha*.l
a large assortment of all kinds of
Saddle#;'
Harness; £ £• -
Spanish - -
an<i Amer- rw'
iean Cits, r, ,
Round or S **'
Tlat Bridles, —• '
Cinches, Buck- -o——
skins, Sheep- 51. It. STAINTON
skins, Alum
and Lace ma.vufactcrks
Leather,
Raw Hides, THE FINEST BOOTS,:.
Reins, Kan
-ga#oo*Rd.ns, at the lowest pricbs.-»
Saddle-trees, -o>——
Quick's Reattas,
Hockatuores,
All styles of
--o—— W hiplashes,
M. 15. STACVTON, Bridles,
V\ bipstorks,
6-A-O-1»- -I_B -Soggy IVhlpvs
Riding Whip# t
—and— Blanket shew#
lor Herst^,-,’
HARNESS 51 A K FI B, Hoods amt
Buggy J!o)>e<,
Bridge Htr'et, Winnentutca, Lap Rohes, •
General As
Nevada. sortinent of
Q -o- Clot es, Best
Sea Brands of
Er ~ Boots, all
§2 Kinds of
g 7,:Ladies Calf,
.^Balmorals,
Hisses’ Calf Balmorals. Button -Shoes. Misses
and -OhiWren's Leather Shoes -of all kinds -
for sale at the lowest e-ash price. Loots *
made to order for all prices from $11 to
$h> per pair. Repairing in the Raddle |L,
Harness and Boot Department promptly at-' ■
tended to. at prices to suit the times. Boots of*
the best brands sold as cheep as anywhere c»i
the Pacific Slope. Xo light dress shoes ft/t *
Ladies kept in stock. II. B. STAl’XTuN.'
,’e24-'7J-tf
(TTY B>KY« STOKE.
C. A. DENA-USSURE, Proprietor.
t2T On the mst side of Bridge street, '&R
WttfNEMUCCA, NEVADA,
Where they keep on hand a full ano oompiet#1
assortment of
FRESH DRUGS AN© MEDICINES* *
Toilet Articles,
Chun .cals,
Varnishes,
Paints,
Oils,
PATENT MEDICINES"
In endless variety.
Close attention will be given tau-alFi from thMr
Medical Fraturnity, and Prescriptions will t>» ‘
put up-with the greatest'cure.
June 13, 1P77. tf.
I___
railroad
FEED AND SAL1E STABLE.
UPPER WINNEMUCCA.
The most convenient and comfortable Stahl*
in Winneniueea. The Proprietor will spare n#
pains to give satisfaction to freighters and
others who uujy iawor liitn with their patronage,
A good supply of the best
HAY AND GRAIN
To he found in the market.
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A REGULAR*'
JOBBING WAGON
P.umiingto and from the Depot. All orders fbt'<
hauling promptly attended to
in connection with the Stable 1 have a compleW
stool; of
LUMBER OF AIL KINDS.
Consisting in part of
Building and Fence Lumber, Pests, Sliinelt^".
Shakes, Doors, Window-Blinds, Pickeuc: ,
Mouldings, &c.
V. N ABA MOTIF. Proprietor.
for sale:
iitorc and Stock in LokomLa**
Nevada.
A raro. opportunity for tuiy person eooWns *
plating going Into hu dm is.
Terms given on .-a j >; 11. ;.ti<n cither-V.
j . N LEV V, Goleomla,
or LEVY 4 Co. Winnen i v, Tlptg
V.iinucmmv;*, AtUvv.it hi, J;,ji K

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