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Items of Interest Clipped from exchanges and Con densed for Quick Perusal. Coyotes are raiding Carson City chicken houses. Goldfield is to be connected with Bishop by a stage line. Work has at last begun on the electric road between Reno and Sparks. There were seven cases of small pox in Reno last week. None of the cases are severe. H. C. Dunn, formerly of the Carson News, has leased the Ar lington Hotel in Carson. It is expected that about 400 votes will be polled in the new town of Sparks the coming elec tion. Th tax list of Douglas county foots up $50,000 more than last year and the rate is ten cents lower. The late Pete Dunne, who died in San Francisco recently, left an estate valued at $20,000, which is bequeathed to his widow. The latest from Goldfield is that an American Labor Union has been formed there and that a big brewery is soon to be constructed. The assessment roll of Lander county for this year shows an in crease of about $60,000 over that of last year, mostly on real estate. The Carson City News, formerly conducted by Dunn & Lemmon, is now conducted solely by Mr. Lemmon, Mr. Dunn having sold his interest. The chap who stole Reinhold Sadler’s valise at the Winnemucca convention was brought to Carson this week to spend a year at the State prison. It is reported that several ot the men interested in the canal con tract in Churchill county contem plate building a large, new brick hotel at Fallon. It is reported from a reliable source that a new strike has just been made on the 500 foot level of the Montana-Tonopah mine of four feet of $2000 ore. Will Brown, a young man who was injured by a falling elevator in the Flanigan warehouse at Re no last Saturday, died from the effects of his injuries Wednesday. Well advised people say that there is assurance that the gov ernment will begin work next Spring on the lateral canal to irri gate 21,000 acres of land near Wadsworth. The United States Government has been called upon to pay China $40,000 in the way of indemnity for the death of a Chinaman and the destruction of Chinese prop erty in Tonopah by a mob of white men some months ago. Samas Murray, of San Fran cisco, had his foot badly crushed in Reno Tuesday while climbing between two cars to cross the rail road track. Had it not been for assistance he would have fallen on the track and been cut to pieces. The Elko Free Press is now cer tain that Gould's road, the West ern Pacific, will run througtf Elko. The San Francisco Chronicle says that the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road is also seeking a route across the continent and an outlet on the Pacific Coast. The marriage of Prof. Gordon H. True, of the University of Ne vada, to Miss Elizabeth Stubbs, daughter of Dr. Stubbs, President of the institution, has been an nounced to take place in Reno on October 3d. The ceremony will occur at the home of the bride, on University Hill, and will be an event in Reno social circles. A Tonopah contractor has been traveling over the railroads be tween Tonopah and Reno this week looking for a consignment of goods shipped to him a number ol weeks ago. He found 43 carloads of the stuff sidetracked at Carson. An aged woman, whose name is not known, crazed by the stories of the gold discoveries in the To nopah district, started for Gold field some days ago penniless, was put off the train, and later found roaming about the desert a raving maniac. A large consignment of mount ain trout from the government fish hatchery at Leadville, Colorado, has been received at Battle Mount ain and planted in the Humboldt River. The trout are a fine vari ety and said to be adapted to Ne vada streams. Some sportsmen around Carson are laboring under the impression that the season is now open for hunting cows, and tilled a cow’s side full of birdshot on the Hol stein ranch recently. Sam Davis, the proprietor, offers a reward of $25 for the apprehension of the guilty party. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herring have sued Curry & Short, Reno liverymen, tor $14,250 damages for injuries received in a runaway ac cident on the Geiger Grade on the 4th of July, 1903. The complaint alleges that the accident was caused by the harness and vehicle being defective. John Sherman was arrested in Reno last Sunday night charged with stealing between $5000 and $6000 worth of ore from the Com bination mine, at Goldfield, and taken back to that camp. He j took the ore to Reno with him in | a trunk, a box and a suit-case, and i had it checked through to San I Francisco. Mrs. Beaglehole, a Reno widow | of some notoriety, has been swin dled out of some $1000 or $1200 by a man named C. A. Lamb, who conducted a laundry in Reno. [ Lamb made love to the widow, j promised to marry her, borrowed j the money from her and skipped out for the Hast last Saturday, accompanied, it is said, by a Car son girl who was employed in his laundry. John Stafford was killed in Bo die last week Friday in a peculiar manner. He had crawled into a large pipe just put in by the Standard Company from Green j Creek to Bodie, to paint the inside j of the pipe. The pot of paint | caught fire from a lighted candle, and before Stafford could be res cued from the pipe he was about suffocated bv the fumes. He lived for a couple of days after the acci dent. Mrs. Glottli, wife of the head cook at the Riverside Hotel at Reno, had a fight the other day with a waitress in the hotel by the name of Miss A. Thobe. The latter had given to the cook a cigar in an envelope presented by a guest at the hotel. The cook’s wife saw the envelope passed to her husband and started in to thrash Miss Thobe. The waitress had the cook’s wife arrested on a charge of assault and battery. E. 15. Aker and Lewis W. Rope, mining men from Cripple Creek, who arrived in Goldfield a couple of weeks ago with a view of pur chasing and developing mining property, were, shortly after their arrival, waited on by a committee from the Miners’ Union and given one hour in which to leave the camp. There is a very strong feel ing against the Union for its action and the result may be the organi zation of a Citizens' Alliance to prevent further deportations or acts of violence. I>;-y;n'r preparations simply devel op dry catarrh; they dry up the secretions, which adhere to the membrane and decom pose, causing a far more serious trouble than ii, , :u.ry form of catarrh. Avoids!! dry i: ii.h .... e fumes, amoves and mi v use din* which cleans vs. sooth,.- ai. 1 h-.-i .3. IdyY . ream* Balm is such a ren dy and will cuic cu-urrh or cold.., the head easily and j Icaeantly. A trial size v 'll be mailed for Id cents. Ail druggists sell the . 11,-, size. Ely Brothers. Hf, Warren St., N.Y. The Balm cures without pain, does not irritate or cause sneezing. It spreads itself over an irritated and angry surface, reliev ing immediately the painful inflammation. With Ely’s Cream Balm you aro armed agaiust Nasal Catarrh aud Hay Fever. SII QAEl jtcl 3l iL).o In order to Introduce onr Quality V. I Groceries we will tend to any or 'll family cue order of onr Sn*c*laJ fj Combination No. go for >3.6o. || We pay the express or freight. 50lbs. best Granulated Cane t] Sugar, white and dry..$L.00|l| 18 lbs. new fanoy head Table fl Rice, very beat.. 1.00 *J 10 lb. pail pure Leaf Lard, Rex j- j or Swift. LlOdjg 5 lbs. fane? English Breakfast, H Spider Leg or Ceylon Tea.2.50 H 5 lbs. Mocha and Java Coffee, B roast or ground, none letter. 1.50B 5 lbs. pure Baking Powder, B Eastern "Cream"... 1 5011 ♦saa K>«r7«hinf OMwantoed—Moomj But. Trkjfl Muapleef any Item moiled Irte. 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