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I V<>!" XU' _WIXNEMUCCA, NEVADA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1880 NO. 144.
the silver state. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (SUNDAYS FACETTED) UY J. J. HILL & CO. TFKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; m* «>py. "m- v™r. b? >n«i.$8no One copy. Hi\ month i, by mall . 4 qq One copy, three in• •lithe, by mail. 2 <(U Delivered fcv CYAiev. » Cent* per week, KA.ES OF ADVERTISING Cm Square no lines) first insertion.f2 50 Ia.li subsequent in. rlim.p. rspiare. \ 00! A liberal rediu-ti .fi to regular advertisers. AGENTS: C W. Cravf, 31S Pine street and 10 Uide*. dorff street, Room :i *, tan Francisco. I ©to. M, Mutt, «-.i-innienlo, California. B. F. Rriro i.« authorized to collect and re ecipt for •nWnplidax ‘to the Stuer Si ate in iaradise Valley. H. C. Marker js authorfroj to collect ant.’ m«i|>t for a 1 aeriplions to the Silver mat* a; Bpr Meadow a. nuuwaa-. raiimn - r.m,".n<Baum.iuii» W I N N E M U c 0 A Jockev C' — A*D— WALKI.VG MATCHES! OCTOBER -I.;tX UUi nr.d IStli, IMSO. 8 P C U D PROG P. A M M E first Day, Wcdneadny, October f3lli. PURSE tiOO; quarter mile stretch, for w ond-cli** hors • u.st Urrs.-, #uj; second, (do; third, #16. PUR-iE '■> Konnin;; mile and repeat; frse tor al horv - in Eastern S -vada, budio, t astern ’Oregon ted Uui* first horse, *! »J; second, #70, third. #10. trroBd l>«>. Thursday, October 14th. PURSE a'.‘ Ki Tr •in,'; mile heats, three heat in five; t-.. tor a.., Iird hor.v , *110; sec «nd, %I>: third, #:M PURSE#,’ i It -iniu^: half-tulle and repeat, t*o best iii tlir. i; tree fir ail thr«<:-> ear-old tslU raised >r usntd in Iltmib Id: county; first horse, #ltO; , ,n 1, f«0; third, *01 Third (lav, l-'rlday, OrtuPrr loth. PURSE #!.'•>- Single dash of a mile, free for rdl svl ■*!. it trws rai- I or owned in Hmuls let G mnty; first t. r.c • .; t ad, *.lo; third, * PURSE SIMi i i,-le iio»li «f h.Ufitinile, free fur all; first licruc, *14 • >. o.i i, ?70; tiiird, #11. tif In of I th • Pa i, V ir or more homes are *i«ukr; three or u; to etart; eutraiKC, li> l«r cent. AN EIGHT-MILE W ALKS ?i « M A T V II l "GO AS VOU PLEASE” PURSE #100- SU or more to enter, four < r ni uc to etart; first uia:i, #7S; second,# y, tntrancs, 10 per cent. A GRAND BALL! L’niltr the auspices of the WINNEMLL'CA JOC'KKV CLl'li, will ai.e place On riUDAV MKM«i, October lUb On Saturday, October IGtU, Thj LI lb will give a CONSOLATION PURSE. ADMISSION TO THE TRACK : To Grounds and Stand.Cent* Horsemen.c n*‘‘ Team*. 41 L<J FRANK N ARAMURE, President. 1. N. Lkvv, SeoruWy. Vr’luueinu.oa, September 11, ISSO. t.d XIANTEB. A RACE RIDER an I a HOUSE TRAINER will receive v,-uo«l wagc.i until afa r Uie Kill Knees, by applying u„ the I'a-ii on Stables. None but" tlioao who unde- .UnJ tin ir business D^aa,>P,>" I,. L. RICKARD. Wlnnczuucea, September 11, 1 -■<>. tf FOR SALK! iltorc aiidStin k in Colconda, Nevada. A rare opportunity tor any penon contem plating going into business. I'm him given oli ap)nieutli n either to K N. LEW, t < l oiuta, Nev., i.KVV A C o Wimniuueca, N'tv. Wumaaiueett, August Id, lisd- & 1 political *‘ivtirvn;iii\rs, FOR COUNTY RECORDER. George F. Tnrrittin 10 lhe offi™ of of the kJ, m:!'’ 8ub>*'t to the decision oi the Republican County Convention. au27 FOR COUNTY RECORDER. W. A. Trousdale ^n,I’?v r'v'*,!V.m',''lf a candidate fur the office of C)l.\l 1 RECORDhR, fj ibjeet to the. decision oi trie Democratic County Convention. FOR ASS EM IJ L Y Si AN. K. .5. Pratt, Of Clover Valley, is a candidate for ASSEM BRKYMAN, suojeot to the decision of lie R&puUiean County Convention. au23 FOR AS S E S S 0 R . L. L. liiikurd Announces himself a candidate for tlic office of A y I'.'SO R for the County of Humboldt, | subject to the decision of the Republican Comi ty Convention. au23 F 0 R S Ii K R I F F. A. L. Guthrie. Of W:nn*mu"ca. announces himself a candi date for SHERIFF ol Humboldt County, .\ev., stvl'jei t to the- decision of the Republican Coun ty Convention. auiS FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. W. Perkins Announces himself a candidate for A'-SFSSOK of Humboldt county, Nov , subject to the tie vision of the Democratic Convention. aul7 F 0 R A S S E S S O R . R. I*. Fenton j Is a candidate for ASSESSOR of Humboldt I Ominty. New, subject to the decision of the i Republican Convention. jyiftd FOR SHERIFF . W. T. Hums, <»f Spring City, announces himself a candidate for MIKiUKF of Hu.uboi.it county, Nevada, sui to the decision of tine Democratic Coun ty Convention. uu21 FOR SHERIFF. .J, N. Ti’arker, Of Ml!! City, aittu nnces him elf a candidate for SHERIFF of Humboldt county, Nevada, sub ifcttotfie decision of the Democratic County Convention. auiil FOR SHERIFF. Eben £\ Torrey Announce* himself a candidate for SHERIFF of Humboldt County, subject to the decision of the Repu1 lican County Convention. auim FOR CONSTABLE. S. w7Ru>e lr a candidate for CONSTABLE of Union town ship, subject to the decision of tiie Republican Convention and the approval of the voters at the polls. aul7 FOR CONSTABLE. A. T. Gilson Announe*s himself a candidate far the office of C tN'TAliEE of Union Township, subject to the approval of the quaiitleU electors of the township. Wiuncmucca, August 18, IStiO. td FOR CONSTABLE. John Jurgens Announces himself a candidate for CONSTA* Bt.K of Union township, »inject to the de cision of the Republican Convention and the approval of the voters at the pells. auMO F O K C O N S T A B L E . Wesley Antrim In a candidate fur C INSTABLE of I’nion Township, subject to the dcc.ui n of tbc voters ol the township. auH-td FOR COUNTY RECORDER. Henry Warren, Of Paradise, announce- himself a candidate for tii.’. office of PECO.tDKlt for Humboldt county, subject to the decision of the Deiu >cratii: County Convention. aulti td for county commissioner. David «ir«ux Ih a candidate for the offi c of COUNTY COM MI-.blUNUt (Iona term), stibjc.t to the do t.sion of the Democratic County Convention, audt) FOR COUNTY COM MISSION Ell. Thomas Shone, Of Wlnnenvicca, announces himself a candidate for the > dice of County C. mmi-u tuner (.lonrf toiml, subject t > tile decision of the Democratic County Contention. huhu FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. C. fhenowoth Announces himself a candidate f >r tlic office of Oaunt \ < /oiinuissioricr (hni(f term), subject to ohc d cisi'.n of tlic Democratic Cjunty t>on vent-ion. iLl7 ' FOR COUNTY CO M M1SSION ER. Robert Slade, rw Mill Pitv is a candidate for County Com missioner (Idiort term), subject tngl.c dtiWon cl the Dcmc.'ratie Convention. 1WT. «—sj| POLITIC* L AJOOINfKMIATS. FOR SENATOR. Charles McConnell Is a candidate f r STATK SENATOR lor Hum boldt County, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. FOR 8E NATOR. J. IS. Job Announces himself a candidate for STA.TE SKNAT1 lit for Humboldt County, subject to the decision of the Republican Convention. FOR S ENATOR. J. F. Abel Announces himself a Candidate for STATK SENATOR, subject to the tiecUion of the Dem ocratic County Convention. m FOR SHE R I F F. G. 31. Miller Announces himself a candidate for SHERIFF of Humboldt County, subject to the decision cf the Republican Convention. FOR COUNTY CLERK. Jatr.es E. Sabine I Announces him-self a candidate for the office of OOHSTY CLERK, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. auf FOR COUNTY CLERK. Fcrd. Klecl Announces himself a candidate for the office of COl’NTY CLERK of Humboldt County, sub ject to tlie decision of the Republican County Convention. j FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Henry Resell. ' Of Wimiomuc'ca. announces himself a candi date for Couny Commissioner (long term ) of Humlioldt County, Nev., subject to the deeis ion of the Democratic Convention. au23 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. The friends of 4. F. Clark Of lessen s Meadow s, announce him as a can didate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER (short term), subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. IB. C. Emmons Of Dig Meadows, is a candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER (long tern ), subject to the decision of the Republican Convention. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. P. A. Pinson, Of Spring City, is a candidate for ASSESSOR of Humboldt County, subject to the decision of tlie Republican Convention. F0 R ASSESSOR. It. F. Riley Announces himself a candidate for ASSESSOR of Humboldt, county, subject to the decision ot the Democratic Convention. FOR ASSESSOR. Robert O’Neal Announces himself a candidate for ASSESSOR of Humboldt County, subject to the decision of the I >e moc ratio Co nv en t ion._ SADDLER Y, HARNESS _AND_ BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Bridge street, Wlnnenjncca, Nevada, ( Sc'jo brick building.) X. B. STAUNTON has constantly on hand a large assortment of alt kinds of Saddles, Harness, £ <r Spanish - -c and Amer- § C ieam Biw, o c Round or jg*’ Flat Bridles, — Cinches, Buck* -o skirts, Sheep- 51. It. STAUNTON skins, Alum and Lace manufactures Leather, Raw Hides, TUB Ut.NEST BOOTS, Reins, Kan garoo Reins, at the lowest tricks. Saddle-trees, -o •Quick's Ueattas, Haekatuoras, All styles of -o- Whiplashes, M. 11. STAUNTON, Bridles, \V hipstocks, »—A—I*—I* I*—E Buggy Whips, Riding Whips —and— Blanket sheets for Horses, HARNESS 51 AKER, Hoods and BttggyRobes, bridge Street, Winnemueea, Lap Robes, General As NEVADA. sortmeut of O -o- Gloves, Best pc S Brands of ~ ~ Boots, all g g Kinds of 2 a,*Ladies Calf, STBalmorals, Misses’ Calf Balmorals. Button Shoes. Misses and Childrens Leather fchooa of all kinds tor sale at the lowest cash price. Boots made to order for all prices from $11 to ego pi r pair. Repairing in the Saddle, Harness arid Boot lUpartment promptly at tended to. at prices to suit the times. I loots ot the best brands sold as cheap as anywhere oh the Pacific blupu. No light dross shoes for Ladies kept in stock. 11. 15. STAUNTON. jctM-'T'J-tf For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 73 cts. Sold by C. A. DeSaussure, Druggist, Wiuuomucca, Nev, uS-cop i’ c o c: e i; it n g s -of tub DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE. At a meeting of the Democratic County Central Committee, held pursuant to notice, in Oriental Hall, at V\innemucia, Septembers, li«0. pre.ent A. \\. 1-ink, Chairman; K, W. Lewis, Secretary; S. II. i'almer, by C. A. Kyle, proxy; L. N. Carpenter, by G. U. Berry, proxy; JJ. S. Bcnnifttld, by G. G. Berry, pre xy; and J. n. Hanna, by J. H. Me-Aiillan, proxy; the following tiusimss was transacted: Resolved, 7hat a County Convention of tlie Democratic Party of the Coumy of Humboldt le h id at VUfiNEMCCCA, in OB.lfc.NTAL IIALL, fin Venday, October II, 1880, At 11 o’clock a. if., for the purpose of nominat ing a Legislative Ticket and County Officers. Resolved, 7 hat skid Convention be composed of Delegates elected from the several precincts hereinafter named, and that Delegates elected be residents thereof. Resolved. That the Primary Elections for the election of Delegates to the County Convention be held in the several precincts throughout the county (In Xiitnrday, October 2, IS,SO, Between the hours of 4 and 8 o’clock p. M. Resolved, ’That the apportionment of Dele gates to said Convention be as lollows, to wit; Big Meadows.....'_3 Oreana.2 Rye Patch.2 Mill City.1 L liionville.4 1’lcasant Valley.1 Don Gleu.11Winnemucca.12 Golconda.2 Jersey.1 Bartlett. Creek.1 Eden Valley.1 Paradise Valley.8|McDermit.2 Hebei Cr- ek. 2 Humboldt House.1 Stone House.1 Mount, Hose.6 Spring Valley. 11 Willow Point.1 Resolved, That in all precincts above men tioned the Democrats erf such precincts are re quested to elect three Judges, who may elect two Clerks (the two Clerks may also be two of the three Judges), at the time ot the opening of the polls for the election of such Delegates. Judges of Election are requested to deliver to the person or persons receiving the highest number of votes cast a' such election, a certifi cate showing sueh fact; which said certificate, -igticd by said Judges, or a majority thereof, shall be the credentials of such Delegate, or Delegates, to he County Convention. Resolved, That the test at the Primary be, ‘ Are you a cit 12, n of the United Hates, and w ill you support the nominees of the Demo cratic Party at the ensuing election ?” A. W. FisK, Chairman. R. W. Lewis, Secretary. Winnemucca, September 9, 1880. s3-9-td FUOCEEDIIVGS OF 111 MBOEOT CO. REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE. i At a meeting of the Republican Ceutral Com mittee, held .it their rooms September 11, 18S0, to determine he proper time to hold the County Convention, there were present S. S. Grass,' F. Naramore, A. Davidson, D. S. Cres wcl and M. D. Staunton. The Committee ordered that the Republican Convention of Humboldt County, Nevada, be held in ORIENTAL H\LL. WIMNEMUCCA, Nevada, at It) o’clock a. m., On Tmday, October 12lh. I8S0, For the purpose of nominating a Legislative Ticket and County Otticcia to be voted for at the ensuing election. And it was further ordered, that the Prima ries be held at such time and place as the con venience of tiie voters in each precinct shall I deem last, Oh Monday, OeJober fill, 1880, With the following apportionment of one Dele gate to every 12 votes and fractional vote over 12 cast at the hist election; the Judges in each precinct to dcttiinuu! who are legal voters: Big Meadows.4 Bartlett Creek.1 Spring Valley.I Kdtn Valley.1 Oreana.1 Paradise .5 Rve Patch.2 McDermit.1 M ill City.1 Rebel Creek.2 Unionviile.4 Sulphur.1 Pleasant Valley and Humboldt.1 Grass Valley.2 Stone House.1 Dun Glen.2|Spring City.8 Winnemucca.18|Willow Point.2 Golconda.2, Jersey.1 Judges and Inspectors of Election are re quested to forward the result of the Primaries . s soon as convenient after the Election is held, to M. B. feTAUNTOk, Secretary of the Central Committee, or to S. S. GRASS, Chairman. Winnnnmeca, September 11, 1880. td U A ,» A CALICO It X I A O A H I A X A HITTERS! RESTORATIVE, INV1G0RAT0R AND NERVINE. The Great Stomach Regulator AND DYSPEPSIA CURE. THE MEXICAN REMEDY FOR DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND ELADDER. W—A—M I—A—X A Is a Mexican Herb, and conies from La Paz. DAMIAN A was first made and drank by the Mexicans as a TONIC for the stomach and bowels. DAMlANA is acknowledged by those wlio have used it to he a great INY1GORATOR and NERVINE. “Daniiana” acts directly upon the kidneys, making them stronger. “Damiaua” is a splendid laxative to the bowels, thus keeping the liver ironi becoming torpid. Ramiana Gives Appetite! LEVY *1 CO., Agents, ftUlO ly At VVinntaiueca, N'tiV, CENTRAL HOTEL. NORTH 61 PR BRIDOC STREET WINNEMUCCA, NEVA!) A. Opposite the Postoffice. Having bought this well known Hotel,, w« hereby notify our friends and the public In g»n eral that it will be kept as a firat class Hotel in every particular. the Table Will be Beeond to None In the Country. The BAR win be supplied with tliebc6t brands of Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Cigars, Etc. Good COOKS and Gentlemanly WAITERS have been secured. We also have a first class Billiard Table. All attention will be paid to the wants o Patrons. JOB & HADLEY, Proprietors. Winnemucca, Aug. 1,1876. tf LAFAYETTE HOTEL OPPOSITE THE DF.IOT. UPPKRTOWN WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA. JOB. vGLRMAIN, Proprietor. THE PROPRIETOR TAKES PLEASURE in announcing that the aboa e favorite Hotel hits been greatly enlarged and refitted. A number of fine rooms have been added, and the Hotel now has first-class accommodations for families. The Tables wifi be kept rupplied with cve.ry article the market affords, prepared by the most experienced connoiseurs. The Bar will be found stocked with the choicest WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS and LAGER BEER at prices to suit the tiings Persons visiting Winnemucca, who desire a good MEAL, DRINK, CIGAR or BED, are re ferred to the LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Winnemucca, March 14, 1874. WINNEMUCCA MOTEL, Bridge street, Wlnncmueea, DAVID HEIiOiX, • » ■ Proprietor. Having Built and Fitted up in the most com modious style the largest and finest Hotel in U inncmucta, with Large and Airy Rooms, the Proprietor is prepared to receive and entertain the traveling public with accommodations as good as can be found in this section of the coun try. The TABLE will always lie liberally sup plied with all the substantial of life, and with every luxury that tan be procured. Attached to the Hotel is a FINE BAR, where the choicest WINES, LintOKS AND CIGARS Can be obtained at all times. board per Week.s:.co apr22tf. ARIZONA RESTAURANT AND FRUIT AND VARIETY STOF.E. L’nicnvili.e, Nevada. PABLO LAVEAGA, Proprietor. The undersigned announces to his friends and the public that be has enlarged the ARIZONA RESTAURANT VARIETY STORE Where he keeps on hand A FULL STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Fruits, Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc., Etc. PABLO LAVEAGA. CITY BAKERY. CHRIS. DIEHL, Proprietor (OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. ) French (tolls, Square Loaves, Brown (tread,Pics, Fakes, Doughnuts, Etc. Always ou hand and served to order fresh . from the oven, in quantities to buit, in any part of tow n. FANCY AND ORNAMENTAL CAKES Made to Order Wedding Fakes a Specialty. Having purchased the City Bakery, I will spare no pains to merit the patronage of toe public. CHRIS. DIEHL Winnemueoa, December 17, 1879 tf RAILROAD FEED AND SALE STABLE. UPPER W1NNEMUCCA. The most convenient mid comfortable .Stable in Wimiemucca. The Proprietor will spare no pains to give satisfaction to freighters aSwi others who may favor him with their patronage A good supply of the beat HAY AND GRAIN To bo found in the market. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A REGULAR JOBBING WAGON Running to and from the Depot. All orders fof hauling promptly attended to In connection with the Stable I have a complete stock of LUMBER OF ALL KINDS, Consisting in part ol Building and Fence Lumber, Posts, Shingle^ Shakes, Doors, Window-Blinds, Picket*, Mouldings, &c. F. KARAMOEE, Proprhtls*.