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VOI.. XVII. WIXXEMOCCA, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1880 NO, 07.
_ ---- ■ ■ ‘ --■ ■ ■■ -- -.__ _ ___ \ THE SILVER STATE. _____ « -— PUBLISHED CSVEUY EVENING (SUNDAYS FXCEITED) BY J, J. HILL & CO. TERMS OF .SUBSCR1 PTYv*N: vine copy, o**- year, hy mail.SR oft. Vine copy, six months, hy mail . 4 Oft. ttne copy, three months, hy mail. 2 aft. Delivered bv Carrier. 2.1 Out* for week, RATES OF ADVERTISING: •One Square (10 lines) first insertion.*2 5®. Each subsequent insertion, per squats . . 1 00 A liberal reduction to tegular advertisers. A O E X V S: C. W. Crash, *18 Fine street anil M Leidcs dorff street, Room 3.4, San Francisco. Gr.o. M. Mott, Sacramento, CalifnrW&a. 13. F. Itit.K.v 8* authorized to collect and re odipt for subscriptions to tftie SiLvnft. Statk in Ptt-adise Valiev. H. C. M vRKK.r Is authorized to collect and receipt for subscriptions to the SILVER Statk at liijr Meadows. THE HIS FOR 1*81. Everybody mads Tim; Sun. In the editions •of this newspaper throughout the year to Come •everylusty will find: I. All the world's news, so presented that the reader will^et the y'reatcot amount of in formation with the least unprofitable ex|s<ndi ture of time and eyed* lit. Tit r. Six lorijt njfo ■discovered the<rolden mean between redundant fullness and unsatisfactory brevity. II. Much of til at sort of news whicti depend* less iijmiii its recognized iin)**AuR<* than up<<* its interest to mankind. From morning t<* morning Tub .V n prints a r*>ntinned story of the lives of real men and women, and of their deeds, plans, lin es, hates and troubles. This story is more varied and more interesting th.m any romance that w as ever devised. III. Good writing in every column, and freshness, ori/totality, aevunu-v, and decorum in the treatment of every subject. IV. Honest comment. Tffr. Si'k's habit hr to speak out fearlessly about men and things. V. 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TuK Si n believes that the victory will lie with the people ns against the Ring's for monopoly, the Rings for plunder, and the Rings for im|>cri»l power. itur terms are as follows: For the Daily Si n. a four page sheet nf twen- j ty-eight colums. the price by mail, post paid, ' is .VI tents a month, or biii.JW a year; or, in- ' eluding tlie Sunday paper, an eight page sheet <-f fitty-six columns, the price is «.T cents s month, or/j»7.70 a year, postage paid. The Sunday edition of Tiib Si n is al«-o fur nished separately at th I .to u y ear, postage I slid. The price of the Wbbklv Si n, eight pages, fifty six column*, is HI I a vear, postage paid. For clubs at ten sending ff to we w ill send an extra copy free. Address I \V. KNtJLAND, Publisher of Til*' Si a-, New Vork City. dtM ASMfSSIUf‘Ut Xoficc. Itii11I«»H «t I’arndtsc Milting fniwp.any. l.ocatio» of priori) wl place <>» business, par adise. Humboldt County, Nevada. Location of works. Mount Itos* Muting District, Humboldt County , Nevada. Notice is hereby given, tJi»t at a meeting of the Hoard of Tr tig tees held on tlie 21si day «t Decern tier, Is so, uii assessment (No, 2) of ten tlo) cents |ier share wan levied upon the capi tal stock of tile corporation, payable iitime xliately, in I'nited States gold coin, to the Sc rotary, at tlie odice of tlie Company, Kemler's iludding, Paradise, Nevada. Any sWk upon which ttiis assessment shall reuuun unpaid on tlie twenty-second (£2<J) day sit January, lssl, will lie delimpicnt, ami adver tised for sale at public auction, and unless payment is made liefore, will be sold on TUES DAY, tlie twenty second pJ2d i day of February, ‘Inst, to pay the delitnpient assessment, to g«'ther with the costs ot advertising and cx. penses itl .sale. Hy order of tlie Hoard of Trustewa. A W. SI KOKH Secretary. Office: Kemler's Muildilig, Paradise, Hum holdt County , No ado. <127 td II l^r I) Yourselves hy making money when a golden chance is offered, thereby always keeping poverty from your door. Ttur.e who always take ad vantage of the good clianees for making money fliat are offered, generally become wealthy, "while those who do not Improve such chances remain in poverty. We want many men, women, hovs and girls to work for us right in their own localities I he business will pnv more than ten times ordinary wages. Wo fur nish an expensive outfit ami all that you need, fret:. No olio wiio engages tails to make money very rapidly. You cun devote your whole time to tlie work, or onlv your spare moments. Full Information and all that is needed, sent free. Address STINSON A CO., dlti Portland, Main*. I> E X TIST K Y . « . U. JOHNSTON, HEN tint, lias opened all office in Mrs. Clark's house, next door to the ’ Cit^v Drug Store, ami ts now pre paid) to do work ill all the dif drent branched of Dentistry. 'Viniienim-a, August 1(1, ISSO JOHN HOFF MA N, — WITH— .V. E. KAKIXE Matchmaker and jeweler. OLD MToflK, OX HRtlXIF. STRKKT WUINEMVCJA, ..... . NEVADA. dUtf < M. HOFMAX, KA8 Il'St ■RECEIVED ++ + ♦* +++*+++ + ++<«■+++++* +++++» j. X K H GOODS! U* ■* + *■+* ++4-»1i*-♦++*+♦♦*♦*•►**+*.► 4+4.* •»■ Pirect fro» the factories, which wiH b« c o<*e«>ooooooooo ooroooooooooo ; -1 SOLD at LIVING PRICES! f c oeooooooooooo ooooe'oooooooo £ Ht*t X# Old Refuse Auction Ctoodi To offer, and no “trine List” to publish but WILL SELL NEW GOODS At Prices Satisfactory For Bvye-rer Seller. M. HOFMAN. Wfnncmucna, May 7, 188*. tf W. F. STEVENS, ERIM« STRKKT, WINNEMCCCA, Nev. 0 HEMIC AES, VARNISHES, PAINTS,COLORS Window glass, Oita, Toilet Articles, Perfumer Pocket Cutlery, brushes. Stationery, Tobacco. PURE WINKS AND LIQUORS For Medical use, tT Prescriptions Carefully Compounded W. F. STEVENS. Winnemucca, October 8, 1878 CITY DRI’O STORE. C. A. DESAUS8URE, Proprietor, tar On the east side of Bridge street, TfcR WINNEMCCCA, NEVADA, Where they keep on hand a full and complete assortment of FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES YVrilct Articles, Chemicals, Varnishes, Paints, Oils, and PATENT MEDICINES in endless variety. Close attention will i>e given to calls from the Medical Fraturnity, and Prescriptions will bt put up with the greatest care. June 13. 1877. «• RAILROAD MEAT MARKET, : KRIUUK STREET, % IKNEMl't'CA GEORGE BERK, Proprietor. Mv patrons will find the Railroad Market SUp plied wtib the very best quality of BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, ETC. To h«found in the State. My prices will l*e found reasonable. Meats shipped to all (toinU on the Railroad and ail orders promptly tilled mad-TS-tt t.IVK HE A CALL. “CAPITAL” SALOON. BKIIKMC STRUCT, WtKXEMKKA. t. L. aVTIIRtn. w. J. HULL. I.( Illicit: .1 BELL .Pr#|»rlrl*r». This popular Saloon will hereafter he conduct ed by the above firm, who will at all tiiuesbe pleased to see their friends and the public. The oar lias limn rest'n ked with the best quality of WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, and furnished with a First-class B I LLIAK D TAB L E. The proprietors aim to make the CAPITAL deservedly the most popular resort in town. Attached to the Saloon is a LUNCH AND COFFEE STAND Where *11 the delicacies of the season can lie procured at short notice, cooked to order, in tiic lushest stvie of the culinary art. OVTHRIE & BELL, wtnnemnoca, February IX, 1880. tf SILVER STATE SALOON. Y. PICARD, Proprietor. This new and elegantly furnished Saloon is now ojien to the public, and is stocked with the choicest and best brands of Wine*. Liquors, I'ljtnrs. Etc. And fresh and Creamy Lajer. The Saloon is furnished with an KLIP TIC POOL TABLE. For the atnusetnout of PatfOhS. liKlttOK STRKKT, WlNKK.VUCCA, NEVADA. !k>\t Dour to Staunton** IIUlLllnx Call and see me. 78U. Vv PICARJX OXE PRICE STORE. BAXXISTER & W ETMERLY PROPRIETORS, Will keep constantly on hand a large and well selected elock ot FAMILY GROCERIES, Su(far, Coffee, Tea, Butter, E^frs, Canned and Dried Fruits, Canned Vegetables, Wines, and Liquors, Tinware, Etc., Etc., Etc. CALIFORNIA AND TROPICAL FRUITS GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS. Cireeih Dried & Canned Fruits. Boots, .Shoes Fancy Goods, Cutlery Tobacco, Pipes. All of which will be soM at the very lowest price for CASH. Call and see for yourself. BANNISTER A WETtlERLt. Winnemuoca, March 2, 1880. tf RAILROAD FEED AXD SALE STABLE. UPPER WINNEMUCCA. The mogt convenient and comfortable Stable in Winfiemacca. The Proprietor will spare no pains to give satisfaction to freighters and otliers who may favor him with their patronage, A good supply Of the best, HAY AND GRAIN To be found in the market. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A REGULAR JOBBING WAGON Running to ami from the Depot. All orders for hauling promptly attended to In connection with the Stable 1 have a complete stock of LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Consisting in part of Building and Fence Lumber, Posts, Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Window-Blinds, Pickets, Mouldings, &e. F. NARAMORE, Proprietor. t --- FASHION SAMPLE ROOMS BRIDGE STREET, WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA. Frank M. Fellows. .Proprietor Fine M ines and Liquors I-M -P-O-R-T-E-D C-I-G-A- R'S, —AND— MILWAUKEE REEK, ALWAYS ON HAND. HTC ALL AND S A M P L E . Tr A FRANK M. FELLOWS. Winnemucca, October 27, 1879. tf ORIENTAL HALL SALOON BILLIARD R 0 0MS, Corner of Bridge and Third Sts., Winnemucca, J. M. IMItKETT. Proprietor. The undersigned begs leave to inform his friends and the public that he is now the pro prietor ol the above elegant Saloon and Hilliard Hall, and assures them that they will tind it one o the most pleasant resorts in town. The Bar is stocked with Die best brands of WINES, LKJUOKS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC. A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE will always be found in good order. in connection with the Saloon a Large an«l Commodious Hall, which will lie found very suitable for all public meetings and home entertainments. JOHN M. BARRETT. Winnemucca, November 8, lSSl) tf * I K. AY. AVOOD, Corner lilt mul Itridgr Slrect*. WINNEMUCCA,.NEVADA. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in El A R D AA ARE, STOVES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS TINWARE AND € R O C k E R Y. MOUNTAIN BREAYERY. RAILROAD htrekt, WINNEMUCCA • - - NEVADA. CHARLES KESLER twas leave to announce to his friends and the public generally that since the fire he has built a N E AY R R E AY E R Y On Railroad Street, which is supplied with :Pl'RK MOUNTAIN WATER,: And is now brewing LAGER BEER OF SUPERIOR QUALITY Equal to any and excelled by none. He is now prepared to supply his old eusto insrs and the public with Wholesome and in vigorating beer brewed from the best bia.lt and spring water, by the barrel, keg or quart, at prices to suit the times. Give him a *<• al end he c 'uvlhced Orders from all points will be promptlj tilled •Hgtik CMAftUK kSMM Prov F. STEINHARDT, •-.'JO J SI reel, IiiIhci'Ii Fifth anti Sivtb, Sacramento, California. I M f O-B-T-E-I-8 —OK— ffOREIUN AND DOMESTIC FANCY AND DRY GOODS! The Newest Styles ami Designs of Plain an4 Brocaded Silks Velvets, and Dress Goods! Satins to Match! Choicest Assortment of lltdrry, Rations, Laces, Embroider* defies; Satin and VroHgtaln Hib k*n*t Fancy Ribbons, I'orurtii, Merino I mlcrwcar, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, CLOAKS AND DOLMANS A Handsome Assortment of 1,1111 I—E—S' • ............ . . . . a Fresh Hand made and Embroidered 1-n iV e- r ■ w e ar. all Domestic goods retailed at WHOLESALE PRICKS ! ONE PRICE ONLY! EvefJ? article marked in plain figures at its Very Lowest Price. tfaTPtirticuIaf attention |«aid to COUNTRY ORDERS. Samples wait on application. ¥ . * T E I N ■ A K D T , ol9 3m Sacramento, Cal. CITY BREWERY! WINNKMUCCA, NEVADA. RIE1) A II1XKEV.PROPRIETORS. We are now established in the BREWING BUSINESS, and keep constantly on hand a firet-cfess article of PI RE LAGER BEER! Made ftom the best quality of ma't and hops Lager Beer Delivered Daily To customers in all parts of the town of Win nemueca. LjTOrders from points along the railroad cr elsewhere will he filled without delay. tfiPSend orders to F. KIED, City Brewery. Winnemucca, Nev., May 14, 1SS0. tf SADDLERY. HARNESS .... AND .... BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Hrlilge Street, Vt'iitiieniueea, Nevada, (heir llrtck Building.) M. B. ST A t.\T(>\ has constantly on hand a large assortment of all kinds of Saddles, Harness, Jt < Spanish 5 -5 and Amor- ^ c iean Bits, % c Round or Flat Bridles, •— Cinches, Buck- o skins, Sheup- M. U. STAINTON skins,Alum and Lace MANUFACTURES Leather, Haw Hides, THE FINEST HOOTS Reins, Kan garoo Reins, at the lowest pricks. Saddle-trees, -o Quick’s Reattaa, Iiaekaniores, All styles of -o- Whiplashes, M. B. STAUNTON, Bridles, Whipstocks, S—A—1>—II—L—E Buggy Whips, Riding Whips —and— Blanket sheets for Horses, HARNESS MAKER. Hoods and Buggy Robes, Bridge Street, H'inneniueca, Lap Robes, General Ae Nevada. sortinent of Q -o-* Gloves, Best X x Brands of sr “ Boots, all §2 Kinds of S x'Ladies Calf, r Balmorals, Misses’ Calf Balmorals. Button Shoes. Misses and Children’s Leather Shoes of all kinds for sale at the lowest cash price. Boots made to order for all prices froRi $11 tto $20 per pair. Repairing in the Saddle, Harness and Boot Department promptly St tended to. at price* to suit the times. Boots of the best brands sold as cheap os anywhere oh the Pacific Slope. No light dress Mhocs for Cadies kept in stock. M. B. STAINTON je«4-’7»-tf —7--«_—=== CENTRAL HOTEL KORTII BIDR BRIDGE STREET WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA. Opposite the Pofitufftoe, HavMg liought this well known Hotel, We hereby notify our friends and the public in gen eral that it wiH l>e kept as a first class Hote in every particular. The Tfible Will he Seennd t* V*ue la the t'oanlf)’. Ihe t>AR will be supplied with tbehest Wands of Tlfits, Liquors, Lngw UitT, Cigars, Lite, Good COOKS and Gentlemanly WAITERS have been secured. We also have a first class Klllifird TaWr attention will be paid to the wants JjL Patrons. JOB & HADLEY, Proprietors. Winnemucca, Aug-. 1, 1879. LAFAYETTE HOTEL OPPOSITE T1IE DEPOT. UPPERTOWN WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA. m GERMAIN, Proprietor. ltHE Proprietor takes pleasure in announcing that the above favorite Hotel lias been greatly enlarged and refitted. A number ot hue rooms have been added, and the Hotel myw has first-Aass accommodations for families. Thr Tahir* wlli be Ire?* supplied With ever, article the market affoYvis, J>rcpar«l by the most experienced connofeeurs. Tltr Bar'trill be found stocked With the choicest WINGS, LIQCORS, CIGARS And LAGUK BEER at prices to fait the times Persons visiting WlhtiemueCa, who desire a good MEAL, DRINK, CIGAR or RED, are re fetred to the LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Wtnnemucea, March 14, 1874. WINN EMI CCA HOTEL) Bridge Street, Wlam-ameea, BA VIII V1KOIX, * - * Proprietor Having Built and Fitted up in the most com modious style the largest and finest Hotel in Winnetaucca-, With Larve and Airy Rooms, the Proprietor is prepared to receive and entertain the traveling public With accommodations us good as can lie found in this sect'on of thecotui W\\ The TABLE will always be liberally Slip plied with all the substantials of life, :.nd with every luxury that can be procured. Attached to tire Hotel is a FINE BAR, where the choicest Wl.VK*, UQIOKS AMI 1TBAKS Can be obtained at all times. BOAKii pe* ivi:i:k,o....... apr2Ht<. ARIZONA RESTAIR1NT AND FRUIT AND VARIETY STORE. CsicsVttLE, Nevada. PABLO LAVEAGA, Proprietor. the undersigned announcoB to his friends and the public that he 1ms enlarged the ARIZONA RESTAl'RANT A VARIETY STORE Where he keeps oil hand A FULL STOCK OF GE MERCHANDISE, Fruits, Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco-, tlgafiS, B Pablo lj CITY BAKERY. C It R I S. DIEHL, Proprietor (OPPOSITE COl’RT HOUSE.) French Bolls, Square Isavejl Bread,Pies, Cakes, OougliMt Always on hand and served (o 4 from the oven, Ih nuantities to, inf part of town. FdA'CP AA'D OllNAMRSrA* TARES Made to Order YVedding Cakes a Speetiitly. Having purchased the City liAkvry, I \yHl spare no pains to merit the patronage of the public. CHRIS. DIEHL Winnediueca December 17, 15579 tf MILL CITY FOUNDRY AS» M ACH1XE SHOP, MILL CITY*. XEUD.lt We are prepared to All all ordefg oil the shortest notice for all kinds of CASTINGS AND MACHINERY FOE QUART! MILLS, HOlSTlNO WORKS orisT Mills. etc.^ Ere.k etc. OllDEKS From all parts df the country will teteitH prompt attention. The Highest Price Paid fof OLD CASTINGS dec t DO <i L D OORMSLi !u£'V