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THE SILVER STATE.
TneMlay. Re|>lei«iber 2Jt, im THE VOTE OF NEVADA. The Reno Journal makes the follow ing estimate of the vote of Nevada for 1880: Lincoln county, GO, Democratic majority; Nye, 75; Lander, T50; Elko, 75; Humboldt, 100; Churchill, 10. To tal, 4G0. White Fine, GO, Republican majority; Eureka, 150; Washoe, 150; Ormsby, ‘200; Douglas, 25; Esmeralda, 50; Lyon, 150; Storey, 400. Total, 1,185, giving the Republicans a major ity, in the State, of 7‘25. The Journal is by no means infallible, and it is just as easy for it to figure out that mjority for its party as it was for Maine to count on from 7,000 to 10,000 majority in Maine, a few days before the election in that State. It is no harder task for the Democrats in Ne vada to overcome the Journal's esti mated majority of 725, in the State, than it was for the Fusionists to wipe out Maine’s 8,000 or 10,000 majority in Maine, and it is just as liable to Vie done in the Sagebrush State in November as it was in the Fine Tree State in Sep tember. It is not ft good year for Re publican estimates, as far as beard from, as thousands of old Republicans, all erer the country, are declaring for Hancock. A party, whose leading organ rejoices over the possibility of the election of a non-resident to tlu? United States Senate, should not, in the year 1880, when old lAiuglas Dem ocrats and Lincoln Republicans arc crowding to Hancock’s standard, be too sanguine, and count on majorities which the returns may prove to be minorities. Tilden carried Humboldt county by 10O majority, ana if Hancock does not in crease that to 150, or thereabouts, we shall consider that our estimates, are no more reliable than those of Blaine or •the Reno Journal. * ADVICE TO REPUBLICANS. The New York Times, the leading Republican paper of the United States, commenting on General Hancock's let ter on the question of rebel war claims, admits that it is very frank and ex it plicit. Hancock says: “If I were President, 1 would veto all legislation wliick might come before me providing for the consideration or payment of claims of any kind for losses or dam ages by persous who were in rebellion, whether pardoned or not.” This, the 1 Times says, is conclusive, so far as Hancock is concerned. lie does not sneak behind a forced constiuction of the Fourteenth Amendment", but de clares his personal judgment in regard to legislation which the amendment ■■ 'does not cover. The assurance w hich he gives does credit to his honesty and his independence, and is one which every intelligent citizen, whatever his politics, will rejoice to receive. The Times- advises Republicans to devote their attention to other issues V. between the parties; but the the Re publican press of Nevada—notably the ' Virginia Enterpiise—do not accept the advice, but continue to torture General Hancock’s words and give them a mean ing which their author never contem plated. If, as the Times says, “every niteiligent citizen, whatever his poli tics, will rejoice to receive this assur ance,” what must be the mental status of the editor of the “leading Hepub k lican paper of Nevada,” who persists in issertiug that Hancock does not mean what he says. The revenue of the general Oovern '• ment foir the past year has been over a million doflara for each working day; t.hat is, |334,000,000 against $274,000, 000, in 1870 No-wonder tiie national tobt is being reduced at the average rate of eight or nine millions a month, .ouch an immense revenue must neces sarily leave a surplus to pay oft' the indebtedness, despite the peculations of fficials. 1 ^ " « Frank W. Hughes, leader of the Penn ylvania G reel back era, has telegraphed Weaver that by his congratulations to •holon ('base, tending to insure the suc ess of the seven Garfield Electors in Maine, lu> has forfeited his claim to the support of tiie organization, and that 'h.nonal Greenback Labor men uro not tiarkckable hv any leaders. Monster laud meetings are Iwing held Ireland. Parnell attended one at ! \ew Itosi, at which. 20,000 pc rsaas i present 1 TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. The New York Herald’s San Fran cisco special has the following : In a» interview with your correspondent to day Fair said that “he yields to the solicitations of Nevadans. If they want him in the Senate he will go. He is no politician, but he has always sup ported in elections whoever he thought w as the best man. His heart’s interest is in Nevada, and if he can’t make speeches he can work for his State.” Till this decision yesterday Sharon had the field, and there was little doubt that he would have been re-elected. It is now very doubtful. Colonel Fair cares nothing about politics in a parti san sense. Being taken up by the Democrats lie will have their entire vote and that of all independent Republi cans. The worst hit? against Sharon was a jocular remark made by General Grant, who alluded to him as “the Senator from Nevada who resided in California, and carried his constituents in his vest-jieeket.” This epigram hurts Sharon’s re-election more than all else. Political morality in some parts of Ne vada has not yet risen above “ the bar rel,” so that the chances are all in favor of Fair. Sharon’s “sack” has already been opened, and Fair’s untouched “sack” is certain to be the political; argument. Flood, Fair’s associate, is a Democrat, and Mack ay, a Republican, of the bonanza firm, leaves immediately to see his family in Paris, so that Fair will meet with no serious opposition. Eastern Republican managers bail bet ter look after Nevada if they expect to count its electoral votes. Some time ago a package containing l $0,000 worth of town bonds 'aken from | a dead soldier were abstracted from the safe in the Chief Clerk’s room, in the Second Auditor's Department at Wash ington. An investigation has satisfied the Secretary of the Treasury that the bonds were appropriated by Chief Clerk Herring, who is now dead. Secretary Sherman also says, that the safe robbed contained the pistol and bullet used by Booth in the assassina tion of Lincoln. The repudiation amendment in Ar kansas is defeated by a direct vote of about 1,500 majority, and by failure to< receive a majority of the votes east l>y about 7.000 majority. The total vote in this State is about 140,000. This is practically official. Lord Mountmorris, a small land owner on very bad terms with his ten ants, was murdered on Saturday night at Kusheen, within a mile of Glonbur, count}- Galway, Ireland. General Grant has gone to Warren, Ohio, to preside at a Republican meet ing, the only one in which he will take an active part during the campaign. Clarence Gray, Republican candidate for District Attorney in Santa Barbaia, California, shot Theodore Glancey, edi tor of the Brass, last Saturday, and Glancey died yesterday from the ef fects of the wounds. SPECIAL LOCALS. How It Is Hour. 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 and saving; the second—good health—by. using U reek's August Slower. Should you be a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Indigestion, etc., such as Sisk Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach, Habitual Costivennss, Dizziness of the Head, Nervous Pros tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not suffer another day. Two doses of August Flower will relieve you at once. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Reg ular size, 75 cents. Positively sold by all first-class druggists in the United States. Fresh (.merries. A new shipment of groceries just re ceived by C. Chknowkth, at his cash store, where his customers may now purchase seven pounds of brown or six pounds of w hite sugar for one dollar, with the satisfaction of kuowing that j lie lias no antiquated goods, shopworn 1 or defunct, to bring to the front and shove under their noses to excite their pity to buy them in return for Hie favor of selling his sugar on so small a hiuu - gin. mlidO-tf - » Ywhuero ( hewers aiul Smoker*. New Deal Navy, J. B. Pace's, Cable Coil, Jackson’s Best, Lorilaird’s Best, Cold Nugget, Light Pressed,Old Judge, Vanity Fair, Fragrant, Durham, and line Cut Tobaccos, and a full line of ail kinds of Cigarettes, just received direct from the manufacturers, and for tale at au 14 F. C. Borins’. a Campaign Text (took. The Campaign Text Book has arrived n quantity at Wianemucca. Any one leaning a copy can have it by banding me dollar to C. Ghenowcth, Secretary Hancock Club. Fresh tirocerles mid Provision*. Direct from first hands, .which will lie sold at low figures for cash, consisting if everything kept in a first-class es tablishment, can be found at aul4 F. G. IvOWNd'. ♦ Faithank's Lard. The celebrated pure Kairbank’s Lard ;an now be found at F C. Korin’s, who makes it a jKiint to secure only such brands as w ill stand a personal inspection. au!4 And Why Is II ? Why docs everybody go to Levy A I’o’s store for their goods? Answer— Because that is the place to get goods iheap for cash. inhil Fruit Cans. Now is the time to put up your fruit for the Winter. Fruit cans sold cheap for cash, by It. W. Wood. Be Cool' and Comlortahle. Call at F. C. Robins’, and tit your self with a white coat, pants and vest, alf of w hich are being sold at cost. je28 Pure. Fuller. We have just received our own brand of coffee, the tinost in the market. Try it. mo Levy A Co. Summer l.oods. White coats, pants and vests at cost, at F. C. Robins'. je'28 ” NEW TO DAY. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. R. W. Wood Is a candidate for County Commissioner (long term) subject* to the decision of the Republican County .Convention. •mimn/fiT'f 111111 i ■■■>' »ram«um« Proposals for Privileges. Scaled proposals will be received by the Winnemucea Jockey Club until October 2, 1S80, for the following Privileges, namely: INiiiIs liar. Fruit bland, and IXcsliiu ant. The Club reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Address proposals to I. N. LEVY, Secretary VViunecvnivoa Jockey Club. Winnemucea, beptemcer 25, 1SS0. td li, W. WOOD, tornrr 4tli and Bridge Street!*. W IN'.N EM l CCA..N UV ADA. Wholesale and Retail l>oa!er in HARDW ARE, STOVES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS TINWARE AND € R O € K E R T. SADDLERY, HARNESS .... A A It .... BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Rriilgr Street* Wlvaimncrn, iMaWa, (Sew Enck EuUdinp.) M. B. miKTOK has constantly on hand a large assortment of aU hinds of Saddles, Harness, -i a Spanish g c and Anier - ican Bit*, -g c Bound or S “ Flat Bridles, — Cinches, Buck- -o skins, Sheep- M, B. HTAI NTON skins, Alum and Lace manufactcrks Leather, Raw Hides, TUB ITNEH f BOOTH. Heins, Kati garoo Reins, at tuk lowest r kicks. Saddle-trees, *-o—— (Juick's Heattas, Hackamores, All styles of -o- Whiplashes, SI. B. STAUNTON, Bridles, Whipstocks, X—A—1)—U- L—E BuggyW liips, Riding W hips — ASt>— Blanket sheets for Horses, II A R V EH H .11 A K E IS, Hoods and Buggy Robes, EruUjt Street, Winnemvcca, Lap Rohes, Cienertil As ti e v a l» A . sortment of O -o- Oloves, Best’ K ~ Brands of .j rg Boots, all o § Kinds of 3 Z: Ladies Calf, ®T.al morals, Misses' Calf Balmorals. Button Shoes, Mi*s*s and Children's Leather .Shots of all kin is tor sale at the lowest cash price. Boots made to order for all prices from $11 do $20 pcs pair. Repairing in the Saddifc, Harness and Boot Department promptly at tended to. at prices to suit tlm times. Boots ot the best brands sold as cheap as any where on the Pacific Slope. No light dress shoes for Ladies kept in stock. M. I!, STAUNTON. Jc2d-’79-tf i>. vax li:xxb;i\ ASH Vl'ER. County mill T. S. 11im-r:il 8 V R V K Y O R . OltUS AND MINERALS ASSAYED AND correct returns guaranteed. Will devote FRIDAY of each Week to mak ing ASSAYS of ORE R-r Cold ami Silver at ONE DO 1.1. A U a sample. Oflicc: At his residence on Lay street, be tween First and Second, WINNEMCCtA.... NEVADA. N. DaLBANOO, B. HRI'WART. E. REINHART & CO., WlNNEMCOCAj NEVADA, Ferviaiding: and Commission M-E-R-C H-A-N-T-S. -DEALERS IN j •>.*++++4ii+_t+i+i±_L general MERCHANDISE, " ,titrtTt++i*r+ r-t. j WOOL AND HIDES. I I £ REINHART k CO. W'hiB<KRUCca«. Juiv ia, MfcO. !t ; LEV V & c o., ; l_J Forwarding and Commission c DOOO0OOOOOWOOOOOOOO 2 -§ MERCHANTS, g c. o - OOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOUUO O -DEAL Kits IN eucrnl “fl&JfflrerclKiiMlise. eneral JLtfiiL ere haml Isc. W OOL A-N-D H 1-1) IvS, : FLOI R ANI> GRAIN.: --o wnM Hica, xk»v N\ inueulua?*, Ntv., Juiit 1, IS#). tf M. HOI-MAX, HAS JUST RECEIVED +++ + , ++ +++* + t + + + + +++*+++++++■*■ ♦ + 4 X E W GOODS! !*♦ !+*+ + ♦++++++++++++++ + ++ ++ ++++■*■ hroot from the factories, which wilL he o oooooooaooooo «<moooooooooo 3 -| SOLD at LIVING TRICES! f 2 OOOOOCOOOOOOO ooooooouooooo c n,n. \» niil Ilifiuc Auction Good* r* offer, and no “Price List" to publish,- !m* WILL SELL NEW GOODS At Prices Satisfactory For Utijer or Seller. .M. IIOFMAN. Wirmetnucc.K, May 7, IStsA. tf city imr«; store. 0. A. DKSAUSfSURK, Proprietor. (tsT On the east .iide of l:ri<i«-e street, "Gl \V INNKMVCCA, N KVADAi Where they keep on h ind a full and complete tPMortiii'Sit of FRESH DRUGS AND MK DICIN'HS, rol.Vt Artioms, tin lineals. Varnishes, Paints, Oils, and PATH NT MKMCINEH Itvendiess variety. Cl'we atrelition will la- 'e ven to calls from the Medical fraternity, and Prescriptions aiil be put up ivitii the greatest i are. June 13, 1377. tf. IV. F. STEVENS, cmriMt htrskt, WINXESUCCA, Nev. CHEMICALS, VAKNISH KS, paints, colors Window class, Oils, Toilet Articles. Perfumery Pocket Crtieiv, Uruslics, Stationery, Tobacco. PURE WINKS AND LIQUORS for Medical use. 4Jf I'rtscriptions Carcfuiiy Compounded W. f. STEVENS. Wianemucca, October 8. 1878 HENRY HI SCll, I) E A L E K 1 N Wines. Liquors and Eitrars, -ALSO —f Xbr Cholml Itrunds of Herr. \ — J OPPOSITK NIK Cot TIT IIOI’SK. Winnemueca, November 15, 1878. It-if t S l VI VI E R 4. O O D S: JUST RECEIVE!* AT THE FOCTOFFIC'K STORK, A STOCK or WHITE (iUOVM, oons:.<ti«u of (OATS, E*AXTS AVI) VESTS! lilM H Oil-Ills lor Ml (HI to Ml 50. h C. ROBINS Winmmucra, June iVse E 2I >1150IJIT KEl> 11TIO\ \\ O K K S ! Attention, lliners ! ORES OF AM, llEM RimONS, IN ANT quantity, from a ruck to cm-thoucano ton*, bought, aampleel nut | aid for the name day. Partita from a distance ran saio money bv Mending n nrignininta in < .ire of C. S. OSBORN', who will act tor On in i ii leaaenai 1«* te-rina, ac c.riling to amount, i f ore*. Ilo will ui.mpic for p: nice, und collect tbie* uml forward l,y return e.prc-s. Urn I'uid tor Mi l.uhl Coin I Wo Mill pay 75 per mil. of Htlvn Value ol'Ore, ilri'.ui tli K $!iu per to for ccillliitg. Mark parka, “ H. It. W., Wiiinumtcca.’’ E. P. ToliKEY, Manager. Winneniueca, \uguet C, l-SO. tf WiNNKAl l"CCA F L O I K I \ C. 11 I I, L S. CTIAR1.ES KEM1.KR, Proprietor. Rakkrk Mil ha, FAMILY KyiHA, a•ei> Family Fvna. The bcatqnality of ii I! A II A M FLOI K.: Made irom Superior Wheat. MIDDtlNDS, JiRAN AND SHORTS At Whole-Hale only. ii It (1 r A l> U A K L E V For Sale, or (.round to orde r for Customer*. Order* iroin .♦ imuid tilled liempti vetl'Jtf,