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IManlw I. !«■». M||||, | mm i 1—1 'tti— s \V 11cm. is authorized to make collections or the Silv kk Statk and receipt for the same. j__uhjii it"- " "■--- . v "AKa IUII.I III LEKTIS. War Department -Siynal Curve C. S. Army. Om r.MisKH 1, 1880, 4:1< A. M. Observations taken at the same moment of time at all atati ma h WIND: # 1 - a: w r’ H IV jr 2 z. ® PLACES OF | % * : J f. observation, r 3 Z ■ "! f l\z ? • *1 • I : i: : : I . . • • li. • Boise Citv, Idaho.. 35 Mi 4 .32 Hvsiiow Chevenne, Wj. 23 MV 24 .... (lear Bavenport, Iowa... 28 S\V 4 -Cloudy. North Platte, Neb.. 20 V, 1« .... Clear. Omaha, Neb. 20 S ID .(Fair. Pioche, Nev. 22 S (i ....IFair. Salt Lake, Utah.31 >E l.» ... Cloudy. San Francisco, Cal.. 48 8 <!.... 1 h t n^. Winnemuoca, Nev.. 33 SW 12 .... Clouuy. _ I_I_I_k._ Novkmhrh 30th —Maximum thermometer, 40 . Dkckmhrr 1st—Minimum thermometer, 6\ kl\ IIUXCIMO STOI'li KlirOUT. I.asf Eh-uIuk'ii Hoard. Eureka Con 18 2< >0 (5 Prize 155 160c 2.3 Na\uji> 1 400 Tuscarora 30e 2.30 Day aOc 30J Wales 75c 1200 N belle El- 40c 170 East Mt Diablo 10c so Columbus 2J 105 Dodic 150 Bechtel UOc 130 syndicate 50c 100 Goudshaw SOc 400 biack Haw k 5c 250 Cou Pacific SOc 100 Addenda 26c 50 be I vide re 40c 145 Mammoth 5c 25 Boston 00c 855 Oro 40 45c 50 Tip Top 3 450 Silver King 12 2oo South Bulwer 45c 150 star 25c 250 bulwer Tills War ulus's Hoard. 100 Ophir 51 180 Mexican 6£ 6J l»0 U Al C :t| ISO b & B 850 S3.1C l.so Savage 220c 30 California 155c 120 t hollar 185c 815 II .V N 400 405c 60 Crown Point 106c 150 Yellow Jacket 310c 1030 imperial 10c 200 belcher95c 206 S .Nevada 7i 7f 246 l tali 51 bjf 00 Potosi 2!X)c 1.30 bullion U 110 Exchequer 115c loo 1 iverumn <0 75c 460 Justice 100c 1600 Alta 7J 7$ 16.3 Enio/i II inj 620 Julia 30c 430 Silver Hill 35 90c 110 New York 25c too Washington 26c 60 Scorpion 120c 350 Molding Star :30c 640 Benton 170c 2uo Con Dorado 40c » mmm . nr . . , i r 1-1 i ■— ■ il ■ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, j FOURTH DISTRICT COURT. October Term, 1880—W. N. liomii field. Jud-e. Jerry Schooling vs. J. C. Fall, doing business under the firm name of 'Fite Arizona Silver Mining Co.: Defend ants demurrer to complaint overruled, ami defendant allowed to file and serve answer. C. T. Wheeler vs. The Arizona Silver Mining Co.: Defendants’ demurrer to j cotnpla.iit overruled. Isabella Lantauce et al vs. Byrnes & Hinkey: Doth parties having been present by counsel, notice was given to plaintiff in open Court of the filing of the findings asked for by plaintiff, and of the ri*cision of the J udge in regard to said application, and any further no tice thereof was waived in open Court. Court adjourned until Monday, Jan uary 17th, 1SS1. Quart/ Mill Machinery. The machinery for a thirty-stamp quartz mill, for the State Line Mining Company, in Esmeralda county, is now being taken cast by rail to Battle Mountain: thence, by rail to Austin; from which place it will be taken by teams to its destination. It looks somewhat strange to see machinery for Southwestern Nevada going east over the Central Pacific Railroad, but it appears that it is the easiest and cheap est way to get it to its destination. The Big Meadows' Grain Fleet. Eight teams, loaded with 00,000 j pounds of wheat, arrived at Render's mill to day from Big Meadow s. They receive here §‘2 33 per hundred pounds for grain, payable in (lour at £4 or $1 23 I per hundred pounds. It looks a little strange, to say the least, to see teams competing with a railroad in the freighting business for a distance of 70 miles, and their owners making money at the business. Gone to Paradise. II. C. Tandy, the well-known photo grapher, left for Paradise, to-day, to be absent five or six weeks, lie intends to oj»en a gallery in Paradise, and give the latlies and gentlemen of that place opportunity to have their likeueses taken in the highest style of the art. The ‘’Pioneer’' Black-mith Shop. Paul Jasmine, a practical blacksmitl, baa purchased the interest of Hrais & Palmer in tho "Pioneer Blacksmith Shop, on Bridge street. Ho is a genu ine forger, and guarantees first-class work. ad. in another column. • AN ANGEL FKOM I’AKADlSE. He Demonstrates the Superiority of Physical Courage. From the Virginia Chronicle. “ I'm a roarin’ ripsnorter from a hoorah camp, and I can’t he stepped on,” remarked a thick-set, white-eyed man, with a lower jaw like the cow catcher of a locomotive, as lie swag gered into a (' street saloon and thumped the bar with his list uutil the glasses jingled. The barkeeper caught a whisky bot tle that was just tumbling off the bar and told the stranger that he needn't make so much noise about it, as nobody wanted to step on him. “ You l«jt they don't, young feller. I’m an Angel from Paradise valley, and a bad one, too; and when I flop rnv wings there's a tornado loose. (live me some o' your meanest whisky, and a whole lot of it—somethin’ that tastes like bumble-bee stings pickled in vitriol.” While the barkeeper was hunting around for some fusel oil and rubbing a glass with a red pepper, a group around the stove surveyed the stranger curi ously, A tiiin gentleman with a bulg ing forehead and a dyspeptic look said to the others: “ Now there s ar. illus tration of what I was saying. A bully is always a coward. That fellow would have no moral courage whatever were he put to the test. If he were chal lenged to fight without cause he could not attain the sublime height of moral heroism to refuse. He would be afraid of being called a coward. But mind you, lie would never brag and bully unless he thought lie had the advantage. You see he is a stout mail ami presumes upon his physical superiority to moat men to bully and blackguard them. Now Hill here is stronger than that lilowliard, but you never see him in a tight. He’s quiet; but get him started and lie would be a lion aroused. He’s got moral courage.” The “Hill” referred to was a tall, powerfully built man, with steel-gray eyes and firmly set mouth. He said nothing in reply to the compliment paid him, but quietly watched the Angel from Paradise. The latter drank liis whisky and smashed the glass on the bar. “What in-do yer mean by giving a gentleman such stuff as that? Did 1 ask yell for rmsins, yell c’uicken livered whelp? I’ve got a graveyard full of roosters that played that racket on me. I’ve got a good mind to fan the air with yer corpse.” “ Nowr, get out of this,” said the bar keeper, becoming angry. “ llet out o’ nothin’, fiinnne a drink, and all you starved bums around the stove, come up here and have a drink with a thoroughbred high-stepper for once, just to say ye've drank ill decent company. It’ll he an honor to tell yer children about it some day, if such an ornery lot o’ cusses own any children. Now waltz up lively and take yer medi cine.” “Don’t care for anything; thank you,” said the dyspeptic philosopher, quietly. “Yoli don't? Well, I tell yell to take sutliin. I hold the age in this game, and when 1 chip everybody comes in. Ante up to the bar, now, and look pleasant. Great Scott! Yell need sutliin in your belly to balance that swelled head o’ youru. Come up, the rest o’ you bums.” Nobody stirred, but all looked at the dyspeptic, who quietly said: “We will not drink with you.” “Xo? It’d be cheaper for yell to crawl into a prospect hole and pull a tombstone over yer head. I kin lick this whole town from hell to breakfast, and I believe I'll start in on this dead fall. Look out for a hurricane when I swoop. Whoop! I’m a-comin’.” In about two minutes the bevel headed admirer of moral courage was a dilapidated piece of biic-a-brac, the big man called Bill was sopping cold water on his eye in the back room, and the rest of the crowd scattered about the place in various stages of discourage ment, while the Angel from Paradise was standing on a billiard-table, and shouting: “ Where’s ihe rest of yer population? Trot out yer cohorts and fetch on the mob. I’m an Angel from Paradise, and a holy terror when I flop my wings. I swa’lered a cyclone for j breakfast and a jmwdor mill for lunch, I and I haven't began to cough yet. Where’s the populace of this broken down chicken ranch? I'm not myself to night and want excroiac.” Personal Notes. Frank Germain, who has been Fore man of the Brooklyu mine, at Grants vilie, for sometime past, arrived at home, yesterday. William Garrard, Private .Secretary of the late Governor Bradley, arrived in town this afternoon. John Reed, one of the old settlers of Humboldt, now engaged in farming on the Big Meadows, called to-day. Ought to be Pared For. A hoy, seven or eight years of age, known as “Texas,” ought to be pro vided for at the Orphans’ Home, or some other reputable piaee. There is a woman that the waif calls “Mother” here, who does not seem to have sense or feeling enough to provide for him. He is only half clad, and he may be seen at almost any hour shivering on the street. Tho woman whom he calls by the sainted name of “Mother,” is not a lit person to be entrusted with the care of a child. Winter Arrangement. The Idaho Stage Company have changed the time on the road from Wiu nemucea to Boise City. The stages ar rive here from the North and departfor the North as usual, but it takes them twenty-four hours longer than in Sum mer time to make the trip. Lander County Delinquent Tuxes. The delinquent taxes in Lander county amount to $34,588 92, of which $33,410 77 is due from the Central Pa cific- and Nevada Central Railroads. So says the Reveille. The Black-leg North. The Silver City Avalanche has been informed that black-leg has made its appearance to a limited extent among the cattle on Cow Creek and in Jordan Valley. _ Cattle Coming. Colonel Hardin, of Quin River, and W. B. Todhunter, of Grant county, Oregon, ate driving bands of cattle here for shipment to San Francisco. Northern Freight. Two of G. W. Baker's teams were loaded to-day for Silver City, Idaho, w ith 07,000 pounds of merchandise, by K. Reinhart k Co. Paid His Fine. George Allen, arrested for disturbing the jieace, pleaded guilty in Justice Os born’s Court yesterday. He was fined $10, which he paid. A Handsome Carriage. A handsome carriage has arrived at the Depot for David Shirk, of Stein Mountain. SPECIAL LOCALS. Now is (lie Time ! A few more good and substantial Suits of Clothes, at cost, w ill be found at the store of u29 F. C. Robins. line limn Hats ! An immense stock of fine Dress and Common Hats, cau be obtained at low rates, at the store of nJ9 F. C. Robins. — — —• - *— A ml Wli) ks It? Why docs everybody go to Lkvy A C'o’s store for their goods? Answer— Because that is the place to get goods cheap for cash. mhll Miue lor Brute Hearts At Frank Fellows’ Fashion Sample Rooms can be procured the geuine im ported Charles Heidsieck. tf Fruit Cans. Now is the time to put up your fruit for the Winter. Fruit cans sold cheap for cash, by 11. W. Wood. Nothin}: Short of I imiistwkiihle Ben efits conferred upon tens of thousands of sufferers could originate and main tain the reputation which Ayer’s Sak sa pa kill a enjoys. It is a compound of the best vegetable alteratives, with the Iodides of Potassium and Iron, and is the most effectual of all remedies for scrofulous, mercurial, or blood disor ders. Uniformly suceesful and certain in its remedial effects, it produces rapid and complete cures of scrofula, sores, boils, humors, pimples, eruptions, skin diseases, and all disorders arising from impurities of the blood. By its invig orating effects it always relieves and often cures liver complaints, female weaknesses and irregularities, and is a potent renewur of vitality. For puri fying the blood it lias no equal. It tones up the system, restores ami pre serves the health, and imparts vigor and energy, For forty years it has been in extensive use, and is to-day the most available medicine for the suffer ing sick anywhere. 2-1 y SPECIAL LOCALS. Mne l>rm Overcoats at t ost. Can now be purchased at the store of n29 F. C. K obi ns. I'm re t'olTee. We liave just received our own brand of coffee, the finest in the market. Try it. mo Levy & Co. Have No ifxeuse. Have you any excuse for suffering with dyspepsia or liver complaint ? Is there any reason why you should go on from day to day complaining of sour stomach, sick headache, habitual eos tiveness, palpitation of the heart, heart burn, water-brash, gnawing and burn ing pains at the pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coated tongue and a disagreeable taste in the mouth, coining up of food after eating, low' spirits, &c. ’! No ! It is positively your ow n fault if you do. Co to your druggist and get a bottle of Green’s Ayucst Flower for 75 cents, and your cure is certain; but if you doubt this, get a sample bottle for 10 cents and try it. Two doses will relieve you. Positively sold by all first-class drug gists in the United States. SliiloliN I'oiiKiiiiiptiou Cure This is beyond question the most suc cessful Cough Medicine we have ever sold. A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of cough, croup and bron chitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of consumption is without par allel in the history of medicine. Since* its first discovery it lias been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medi cine can stand. If you have a cough, we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10 cts, 50 cts and $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh’s Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. Sold by C. A. DeSacssuke, Druggist. * n9-eop Answer Tills Riicslion. Why do so many people that we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable b}r indigestion, con stipation, dizziness, loss of appetite, coining up of the food, and yellow skin, when for 75 cents we w ill sell them “Shiloh’s Vitalizer,”guaranteed to cure them. Sold by C. A. DeSacssure, Druggist. n9eop Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A marvelous cure for catarrh, diph theria, canker mouth and headache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for the more successful treatment of these complaints without extra charge. Price 50 cts. Sold by C. A. DeSacssure, Druggist, Winnetnucca, Nev. n9-eop Coughs. — “Brown’s Bronchial Troches ” are used with advantage to alleviate coughs, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affections. For thirty years these Troches have been in use, with annually increasing favor. They are not new and untried, but, having been tested by w ide and constant use for nearly an entire geneiation, they have attained w ell-merited rank among the few staple remedies of the age. The Thro it.—“Brow n’s Bronchial Troches” act directly on the organs of the voice. They have an extraordinary effect in all disorders of the throat and larynx, restoring a healthy tone when relaxed, either from cold or over-exer tion of the voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunciation. Speakers and singers find the Troches uselul. A Cough, cold, catarrh or sore throat requires immediate attention, as neglect oftentimes results in some incurable lung disease. “Brown’s Bronchial Troches” will almost invariably give relief. Imitations are offered for sale, many of w hich are injurious. The gen uine “Brow n’s Bronchial Troches” are sold only in boxes. jal3-ly DESERT CRYSTAL SALT WORKS. The Desert Crystal Salt Company is now prepared to supply in quantities to suit, fine Table, Dairy, Meat and Stock Salt, put up by S. C. KOC.rs, Iteno, Nevada, w ho will supply customers from Winnemueea west. from Winnemueea, eastward, JOHN KIA' A’EY, of Rattle Mountain, will furnish Table, Dairy, Meat, Stock and Ground and L'aground Milling Salt. From platform at White Plains excellent Milling Salt will he sold ns usua! to our patrons at low rates. Address orders to WALTER SCHMIDT, Manager, o‘25-tf White Plains, Nevada. ^ F. & A. M. Stated communications of Winnemueea Is’dge, No. 19, P. it A M., will be held at their Hall in Staunton's new building on Saturday evening, November 13. Saturday evening, December 11. All Master Masons in good standing are cordially inv ited to attend. ALEX WISE, W. M. J E. Sabine, Secretary III[MBOLDT LODGE. SO. 10 i • I. 0.0. F. REGULAR MEETINGS every TLurgdqy Evening at their Hall iu Staunton's new building at 7 f.m. until further notice PEiyX RIED, N. O. J. E. Sabine Secretary. / TH 1ST lk :::: l )Ew::::: vv H is K Y — THISTLE DEW. f thistle::: :UKW:::: :WHI8KY ■(living secured Hie Sole Agency for the “THISTLE HEW WHISKY, which is n far superior article to any other Whisky ever brought to the Pacific t oast, we have throw n up the Agt ury of the “Nabob." The “Thistle Dew” Whisky follies from the famous Hlstlllcry of Henry W. Smith .V t o , Kenton Co.. Kentucky, the Largest Histillrry in the l ulled Stales, and we are now Prepured to Take Orders for Hired Shipments. Respectfully, E REINHART d CO. Winnemucca, November 19, 1880. tf RAJA CALIFORNIA DAMIANA BITTERS! RESTORATIVE, INVIGORATOR AND NERVINE. The Great Stomach Regulator AND DYSPEPSIA CUKE. THE MEXICAN REMEDY FOP. DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER. I)—A—M-I-A—N—A Is a Mexican Ilerb, and comes from La Paz. DAMIANA was first made and drank by the Mexicans as a TONIC for the stomach and bowels. DAMIaNA is acknowledged bv those who have used it to be a great INVIGORATOR and NERVINE. “Damiana” acts directly upon the kidneys, making them stronger. “Damiana" is a splendid laxative to the bowels, thus keeping the liver from becoming torpid. Damiana Gives Appetite! LEW d CO., Agents, aulO-ly At Winnemueea, Nev. CITY DRUG STORE. C. A. DESAUSSUR.E, Proprietor. <9* On the east side of Bridge street, HD WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA, Where they keep on hard a full and comp let* assortment of FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Toilet Articles, Chemicals, Varnishes, Paints, Oils, and PATENT MEDICINES In endless variety. Close attention will lie given to calls from th« Medical Fraturnity, and Prescriptions will be put up with the greatest care. June 18, 1877. tf. HENRY BUSCH, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars, -AUK) —Tke ('hoireiil Brands of Beer. OP POSITS Till? COURT HOU8K. Winnemueea, November 15, 1879. 15-tf BILLION TAX. Notice is hereby given that the tax on pro ceeds of mince for the quarter ending Septem ber 30th, 1830, is now due, and payable at my office in the Court-house of the County of Humboldt, and that the laws for its collection w ill be strictly enforced. L. L. RICKARD, County Assessor. Winnemucea, November 24, 1830. 4w W. F. STEVENS, GR1DOE STREET, W1NNEMCCCA, Kev. CHEMICALS, VARNISHES, PAINTS, COLORS Window glass, Oils, Toilet Articles, Perfumer Pocket Cutlery, Drushes, Stationery, Tobacco. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS For Medical use. US' Prescriptions Carefuliy Compounded' W. F. STEVENS. Winnemucea, October 8, 1878 CALL AND SETTLE! All persons knowing themselves Indebted to F. N. LEVY, on book account or otherwise, at Uolconda, are requested to call immediately at LEVY <£ CO’S store in Wiunetnucca, and set tle, as 1 lia\ e closed out at Golconda. K. N. LEVY. Winnemucea, November 20, 1880. liu FOR SALE! Store an«l Stork in Colconda, Nevada. A rare opportunity for any person contem plating going into business. Terms given on application either to F. N. LEVY, Golconda, Nev., or LEVY A Co. Wiimeimung, Xtr, Winnemucea, August 12, ibad. tt