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THE SILVER STATE.
Wcdni'Hilny.Aagnst 25t 1880. 8. W. Kcsk is authorized to make colleetiona or the Silvkk Static and receipt for the same. DAILY SUM,hi IV \yar Department—Signal Curve U. S. Army. Auucht, 2a, 1880, 4:17 a. m. Observations taken at liie same moment of lime at all stations. WIND: co 3!^ K * I PLACE OF | ■ S S < 4 ? © OBSERVATIONS. I 2 ! & 3 S ~r < % % sr £ 3 ss £ » r 3 3 2 •” I s a I liol.se City, Idaho.. 45 S 4 .... Clear. Cheyenne, Wy. 65 SW 2 Fog. Daveiijxirt, Iowa... 70 E 8 1.02 Lt Haiti. North Platte, Neb.. «4 K 10 I-Cloudy. Omaha, Nob,,. OH E :l .02 .Cloudy. Pioche, N«t.... 00 8 7 !.... Char. Kaerainento, Cal.... 57 8E 2 |-Clear. Salt Lake, Utah.... «0 E 11 .... Clear. Sait Franeiseo, Cal.. 55 W tt j ... Clear. Virginia, lion.: 44 N\V 2 ....'Cloudy. Winncniui'ca, Nev.. 48 NE 14 j ... Clear. August 24th—Maximum thermometer, 77"; Minimum thermometer, 43*. —mnnisi'i.i n »i-n—niimi ■nswi MW MAN FKAMTMO STOCK Ulil'OUT. I.ast FaciiIicN Gourd. 126 Defrees 2.">e 600 Belle Isle 80c 160 Day 3.>c 1300 Paradise 3oe 200 K Del Monte 50c loot) Albion 56 60c 100 Navajo 60o 1390 N Belie Isle 05c 570 Mt Potosi 45c 160 East Mt Diablo 45c 00 Bodie 64 260 Bechtel 1 S00 McClihton 26c 200 Tioga 110c 120 Summit 90 s5c 10 Bulwer 3 100 Syndicate 90e 4t)0 Goodshaw 125120c 250 Belvid.rcd 160 Champion 36 40c 700 Black Hawk 50 45c 20o Booker 20e 1005 t^ue. n Bee 15c 100 Mono 2j 200 C< n Pacihc l 200 University 25 20c 290 Jupiter 110 116c 60 South Bulwer 66c #05 Addenda 70c 130 Noonday 3 60 N Noonday 290c lfx) I* Standard 86c 675 Mammoth 2 duo Oro 100 150c 260 Silvir King 7 7J 260 Leeds 20c 50 Tip Top 7 300 Alias 4 j 4.J 20 Eureka Hi 1445 <1 Pi ize 200 195c 30 Northern Belle 12 750 Argvnta 60c 900 Navajo 45 60c 6oO lndej end ee 50 45c Tills Morning'* Kiisril. 850 Ophir 94 915 Mexican 144 14J 726 G «x C 5J 54 210 B & It 121 12j> 416 California 280 255c 200 Savage 370 375c 195 Con Va 385 390c 325 Choliar 400 405c 300 Potosi 290 2»5c 170 II A Ni 64 015 C Point 275 200c 090 Y Ja< ket 8 7J 11S0 Imp rial 45c 30 Kenturk 24 125 Alpha 7 IV) Confidenet’OJ 64 010 S Nevada 15J 15j 1300 Belcher 340 335c 1.4) Utah 11 j 200 Bullion 225 230c 345 Exchequer 250 260c 335 Justice 110 106e 1220 Overman 150 1 tOc 100 Union 27 274 160 Alta 250 240c 025 .lului 75 7i>c 316 Caled.ndia 05 COc 600 Silver Hill 90 100c 675 Senator I5i 11!K) New York 30 25c 100 Occidental 14 425 L Wastiingti n 36c 50 Andes 215c 1500 Wells Fargo 10c 180 Scorpion 235 230c 290 Bca.tr.11 130 136c 1600 Troj in 15 HOC 9. 0 St Louis 20c 6.Vi Gulden Gate 8 8uu Con Dorado 25c 500 Phil Sheridan 30e 215 N Bonanza 80 35c 100 Fail fax 30c LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ■ 1 "—■ 1 Hebei (’reck District. Another recent milling discovery in Rebel (’reek District, three miles north af the Ohio mime, is attracting consid erable attention. The new ledge is called the Iowa, and was located by Ren Harris, J. E. Bernard, C. M. Ber nard, Ed. Shoate and John Drummond,, who have sunk a shaft to a depth of 25 feet on the ledge. The vein is between •even and eight feet thick, and the average assays of several pieces of the ore is $274 87 in silver and $12 55 in gold to the ton. The highest assay ob tained was $2,000 to the ton. A Burglar Arrested. Officer Ruse arrested a man last night, w ho had broken into Hi. Barnes’ house on Bridge street. He bad broken a window and entered the house, and was in the act of breaking into another building adjoining that which he had entered when arrested. The man was lodged in jail and a complaint was en tered against him. Trumps A round.. Trami» are becoming quito numerous again. Those who went East early in the Summer are now traveling West, ami those w ho went West at that time are now going East. Notwithstanding, the blinding dust on the railroad, they try to steal a ride on brake-beams.. lie Careful.. Those windy evenings, when every thing is dry as tinder, and a spark may cause a conflagration that would de stroy the town, people should be very aareful about tiros. An ounce of pre vention in this case is worth all the remedies available after a tire starts. Cattle .Shipping. Central Coe shipped sixteen carloads of cattle, from this station and Iron I oiufc, east, to-day; and Duuphy & Hil dreth shipped twelve carloads of beef cuttle from Iron Point to San Francisco. Grunted it Divorce. Martha Unverzagt was granted a de nse of divorce from August Unverzagt n the District Court yesterday, upon the grounds of cruelty and desertion. Is This Man a Lunatic? The following letter has been received by Sheriff Miller from Patrick Kenedy, w ho was recently sent from this county to the Nevada Insane Asylum at Stock ton: “Stockton, Cal., Aug. 22, 1880. Mr. MiLLER: I send you a few lines to let you know that I am well, and have been since you left me here. The keepers are all kind to me; in fact, I have had all the liberty that I could wish since I came here. We get plenty of good, healthy food and plenty of tobacco. I will be four weeks to-mor row here. We have all the amusement we want; we play cards, checkers and dominoes to our heart’s content. We go to bed early and get up in good time in the morning. The keepers are very watchful to see that every one is com fortable. Mr. Miller: I have a Remington six-shooter at the jewelry store and a bridle-bit at Pat Heanney’s. I wish you to get them and send the money to the Head Keeper for me. He will give it to me when I am discharged. There is a dollar and a half of a bill to be paid o« the revolver. The bridle bit cost &”>, and revolver $">. Let me know if -paid the $19 50. I gave the order to your deputy to collect. I hope you will see me soon, and I can thank you in person for the kind treatment I received from you and your deputy while I was your prisoner. I remain your well-wisher. Patrick Kenedy. Protection of Foreign Born I'ltlzrmi. Editor Silver State: In your pa per of yesterday, I read an article from W. F. Stevens, in reference to some remarks of mine before the Garfield Club. We do not differ about the Mar tin Koszta affair at ail, and I alluded to , it with pleasure as the only instance in i my recollection that the Democracy in i power had given protection to the adopted citizen in foreign countries. I said treaties had been made by the Re publican Administrations of the past twenty years with different foreign Governments, so that the adopted citi zens of our country could visit their native land for business or pleasure without being interfered with. This conclusion I arrived at by general read ing during the past ten years, although I have not personally read the text of such treaties. Mr. Stevens may be correct. That there is uo treaty, I feel otherwise, and will refer it to the Sec retary of State at Washington. M. B. Stac.ston. Vogt vs. Vogt. Ten jurors, among whom were two ministers, ono physician, one capitalist, ono hotel keeper, oue fashionable tailor, one nobby hair-dresser, a merchant, a 'saloon-keeper, a real estate agent and this scribe, appeared in the District Court room this morning, in obedience to subpo:nas, to try the case of Vogt vs. Vogt. The jurors listened to the reading of tlvo court minutes for a week or more by the Clerk, then they were 1 edified by some remarks by the legal lights on a water case, after which the Deputy Sheriff was directed to call de fendant and his counsel in the Vogt case into court. Neither answering to the call, the jurors were dismissed until the <>th day of September, and the plaintiff in the case told her side of | the star3'. Far County Commissioner. James H. Robins, the most popular young man in Winnomueca, announces himself a candidate for County Com missioner. He is a general favorito with the ladies, every one of whom will constitute herself a special committee to electioneer for Linn If tho women only had votes there would be no aloubt of his election to any otlice in the county, to which he might aspire.. Thistle Dew Whisky. E. Reinhart & Co. have secured tba exclusive agency for Humboldt county and Idaho Territory for H. IV. Smith & Co’s celebrated Thistle Dew whisky, distilled in Kenton county, Kentucky. They will till orders direct from tho distillery, at less price than it can be purchased in San Francisco. The Thistle Dew is said to bo tho purest and best whisky mado. tipecuih Trial Jurors. A venire was issued from the District Court yesterday commanding the Sher iff to summon thirteen trial jurors to appear in Court to-day. New Section House. Lumber has arrived here for a new section house for railroad men. For some time past white men have been employed exclusively, repairing track in this vicinity, and comfortable quar ters are to he erected for them. Political Discussion. We arc authorized to State that Gen eral J. B. Gramm and Colonel J. B. Bledsoe will discuss the issues of the day, or some other issues, in Oriental Hall, to-morrow evening. New Wheat. One of Charles Kemler’s teams arriv ed here to-day with 26,000 pounds of new wheat from B. F. Riley's ranch in Paradise Valley. This is the first ar rival of this year’s grain crop at Winne mucca. Grand Prize Bullion. The Grand Prize Company, of Tusca rora, shipped west to-day, eleven bars of bullion, valued at $21,111 12. This is a fair shipment for a mine that peo ple thought was played out. Northern Freight. One of G. W. Baker’s teams was loaded to-day, by E. Reinhart & Co., with 30,000 pounds of freight for Silver City merchants. SCIENTISTS PUZZLED. Ericsson’s Caloric-Motor Engine,—An En gine Without a Boiler. The Dclamater Iron Works, in East Thirteenth street, New York city, says the Evening Mail, were visited this morning by a number of scientific en gineers and believers of motor power, for the purpose of inspecting the quaint little engine now on exhibition there, built for Captain Ericsson. The minia ture engine is constructed and worked on the caloric-motor principle, after the designs of Captain Ericsson, who for many years has studied this and the solar principle. The long-headed sci entists seemed to be more or less puz zled as they went into the details of the construction of the engine, and at the close of the examination had any quali ties of theories to advance. The engine appears to be nothing but a plaything, standing as it does among so much heavy machinery, but its power, nevertheless, when in motion, excites the surprise and admiration of the most dubious. The engine has no boiler nor valves, yet it has the power of pumping water fifty feet high, and higher, if necessary. The motor power isobiained from heated air placed in the cylinder, the air being heated by three gas jets, which are kept burning under a closed cylinder. When the proper heat is obtained, the piston is forced through the cylinder head. The air is cooled in the upper part of the cylinder by means of a water jacket, and can be used over again. With a pressure of twenty pounds to the square inch the engine pumps 200 gallons of water fifty feet high. It occupies a space of only thirty-nine by twenty inches, and stands forty inches high. When in motion it is entirely noiseless. It is believed that these engines, worked on the caloric principle, will become very popular as soon as they are better understood, the expense of working them notexceeniug three cents | an hour. The train which recently conveyed tho Lord Mayor and his party from London to Scarborough, July 31, con sisting of one engine and six carriages, left King’s Cross at 1:59, and ran straight through to Grantham, a dis tance of 10.) miles, at am average rate of 5*<JJ miles an hour. The run from Grantham to York, 82 miles further on, was completed by 5:30 p. M., three hours and thirty-seven minutes and a half after leaving London, allowing for a ten minutes’ stop at Grantham. The speed from Grantham to Newark aver aged 59 miles an hour, from Grantham to.Retford 58$ miles, from Grantham to Doncaster 5S.h from Grantham to Selby 58, and from Grantham to York 57 miles an hour. Such an average speed as this last, over S2J successive miles, with three slowing* down at Ret ford, Doncaster, and Selby, has proba bly never been equalled before. The 59 miles from Claypole (near Newark) to Selby were run in 1501 minutes The Chicago Spiritual Journal ex plains that Tanner did not really fast. Impalpable spirits fed him impercepti ble food.. Considering the number of passengers transported, the list of killed and wounded on the railroads of Great Britain is exceedingly small. Last year there were only 160 passengers killed and 1,367 wounded, and this included 73 who "were killed by the falling of the Tay Bridge. ~ SPECIAL LOCALS. It<-turn Tliitse Papers. I will pay a suitable reward for the recovery of the papers taken from the Parsonage last Friday night. au23 F. M. Warrington.’ Card to Voters. Democratic, Republican, Greenback, or any other political club, desiring club uniforms, regalias, banners, etc., for campaign purposes, will find it to their interest to apply to ns for esti mates before ordering elsewhere. W MR STOCK & LUBIN, Proprietors Mechanics’ Store, Sacramento, Cal. Summer Hats. Latest styles of Ladies’ Summer Hats at reduced prices, at ye9 E. Reinhart & Co’s. Wc Challenge the World, When we say we believe we have evidence to prove that Shiloh's Con sumption Cure is decidedly the best lung medicine made, inasmuch as it w ill cure a common or chronic cough, in one half the time, and relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough Croup, and show more cases of Consumption cured than all others. It will cure where they fail. It is pleasant to take, harmless to the youngest child, and we guarantee what we say. Price, 10 cts, oOctsaudSl. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by C. A. DeSacssure, Druggist. n/-eod !>• You Believe It, That in this town there are scores of persons passing onr 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 Vitalher, guaranteed to cure them. Sold by C. A. DeSaus surk, Druggist. n7-tod The most popular and fragrant per fume of the day, Haekmetack. Try it. Sold by C. A. DkSaus.su re, Druggist, Winnemucca, Nev. n7-eod Mothers ! Mothers! S Mothers!! X Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately—de pend upon it; there is no mistake about it. There is not a mother on earth who has ever used it who will not tell you at once that it will regulate 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, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States. Sold every- i where. 25 cents a bottle. jal2-ly Fare Cofl'ce. Wc have just received our own brand of coffee, the tineat in the market. Try it. m5 Levy &. Go. Boston Bnknl Beaus And Brown Bread, at all times, at Doc’s Luncii Stand. f5-tf And Why In Itr Why does everybody go to Levy & Co’s store for their goods ? Answer— Because that ia the place to get goods cheap for cash. mhll Be Cool aid Comfortable, Call'at F. C. Rubins’, aud tit your self with a whit® coat, pauts and vest, all of which are being sold at cosh je‘28 — ■ ■ ♦ ■ ■ ' ■ ■ ■ Pnrc Maple Sugar, Pare Vermont maple sugar, by tho box, at *21 cents per pound, aud in smaller quantities at 25 cents per pound, at Bannister & Wbtmkkly’s. jy21»au9if Fresb. Oysters And- Celery Salads every night, at Doc’s Loncji Stand.. fo-tf linking Powder, Everybody’s Baking Powder is as good as ours, and Levy & Co’s Ideal is bettor than them all. No alum in ours (unless yon want it), and it will raise a man iu his girl’s atlectious every time, mill 1 l.tMik Here I Levy A Co. are opening to-day the largest and most complete stock of dry goods, buttons and clothing to be found in the State. It will b« worth money to you fc* call and sue them, aud get prices. They are determined not to lie undersold. Fresh good* arriving daily. * Levy A Co. SPECIAL LOCALS. Various Causes-— Advancing years, care, sickness, disap pointment and 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 op gray, light or rad hair to a rich brown or a deep black, aa may be desired. U softens and cleanses the scalp, giving it a healthy action. It removes and cares dandruff and hu mors. By its nse falling hair is checked, and a new growth will be produced in in all cases where the follicles are not destroyed or the glands decayed. Its effects are beautifully shown on brasliy, weak or sickly hair, on which a few ap plications will, quiekly produce the gloss ami freshness of youths Harm less and sure in its operation, it 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. Iy-3 ■low M Is Ihme.. The first object in life with the Amer ican people is to “get rich;” the second, how to regain good health. The first oan be obtained by energy, honesty and saving; the second—good health—by using G rrrh’s Aug ust Flower. Should yon be a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Indigestion, etc., such as Sick Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach, Habitual Costivennss, Dizziness of the Head, Nervous Pros tration, Low Spirits, otc., you need not suffer another day. Two doses of August Flower will relieve you at once. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Reg ular size, 75 oente. Positively sold by all first-class druggists in the United States. Pomtoffice Regulations. Money orders issued from 8 to 9* o^dock a. M., and from 1 ;30 to 4 o’clock F. M., daily. No money orders issued on Sunday. Letters received for registration from 8 to 9 o’elook a. m., and fram 1:30 to 4 o'clock F. M., daily. Mails for the East close at 9:50 a.m., da’ for the West close at 12:15’ P. M., daily. E. C.. Robins, Postmaster. Fresh Groceries. A new shipment of groceries just re ceived by G. Chknoweth, at his cash store, where his customers may now purchase seven pounds of brown or six pounds of white sugar for oue dollar, with the satisfaction of knowing that he has no antiquated goods, shopworn or defunct, to bring to the front and 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. mh30-tf Tobacco (’hewers and Smokers. New Deal Navy, J. B. Pace's, Cable Coil, Jackson’s Best, Lorilaird’s Best, Gold Nugget, Light Pressed,Old Judge, Vanity Fair, Fragrant; Durham, and P ine Out Tobacco*, and a full line of all kinds of Cigarettes, just received direct from the manufacturers, and for sale at aul4- * F. C. Robin’s. Fresh Groceries and Provisions, Direct from first hands, which will be sold at low figures for cash, consisting of everything kept in a first-class es tablishment, can be found at aul4 F. C. Robin’s. Fairbanks Lard. The celebrated pure Fairbank’s Lard! can now be found at F. C. Robin’s, who makes it a point to seenre only such brands as will stand a personal! inspection. aul4 ' Fruit Cans. Now is the time to pat tip your fruit for the Winter. Fruit oans sold cheap* for cash, by It. W. Wood. ' 1 w - Three-ply Hose. ■ A fine assortment of three-ply rubber hose, A No. 1, the best in town, at the store of ai>27-tf Bannister & Wetuerly. » Die for Itrave Hearts At Frank Fellows’ Fashion Sample Rooms can bo procured the genine im ported Charles lleiusieek. tf Hummer Goods. White coats, pants and vests at cost,, at F. <$..Rouins’. jc2S MUSIC LESSORS. MISS A, tf. NEALE GIVES THOROUGH' Lessons In Piano, Organ and Guitar - Musi*. Terms, SO per month. two lessons, one hour each, per week. She is stopping at ths Central Pacific Hotel. Wianeuittcoa, July '£>, WS#. tl IIOFHE FOIL HALE. A comfortable Dwelling Housa, containing,' two room* and a kitchen, with water fixtures,, and FOUR LOTS inclosed witfragood, rubstan tial fenee, situated on ■ Fourth street, is otfsreiit for sale at a bargain. For terms, inquire iA this cdke. Wiuiicuiacca, Jury 'il, tssu.. Lest