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Items of Interest Clipped from Exchanges and Con* densed for Quick Perusal. Catfishing is now good at Washoe Lake. Casey & Arden are going to build a £75,000 hotel in Tonopah. Sheep shearing is about to be gin in the eastern part of the State. A Reno firm has been given the contract to construct an electric plant at Fallon. The old town of Wadsworth is said to be infested with a bad bunch of negroes and Mexicans. The Student Record is now is sued as a 16-col. semi-weekly and all the woak is done by the boys in the school. The S. P. Company is sending all its available coaches east to prepare for the Spring rush from that country to Nevada. An act not on the program took place in a Reno theater a few nights ago. It was the birth of an Indian baby in the gallery. The bill for the removal of the county seat of Esmeralda county from Hawthorne to Goldfield has been defeated in the Legsilature. It is now reported that Mrs. Huntington and her millions are behind the Western Pacific rail road move, instead of the Goulds. L. D. Roy fell into the elevator shaft at the Bradley building in Reno, Tuesday morning, and re • ceived injuries which may prove fatal. Modoc County and Sierra Val ley, in California, are taking steps to have the government build reservoirs and a storage system there. The Record says real estate in Pioclie continues to change hands. It predicts a large increase in population within the next three months. The saloon at Kloriston, run by the company, is being boycotted by the labors of that place, and will probably have to suspend operations. The Silver Star mines, consist ing of the Douglass group and the Bounce mine, near Sodaville, have been sold to an eastern com pany for $75,000. A carpenter named 1 heo. Hor ein, was run over in the railroad yard at Sparks Monday morning and had his head completly sev ered from his body. The mines belonging to the Whalen Con. Copper Mining Corn pang were sold by the Sheriff at Eureka last week. Eleven claims were sold for an aggregate of $2, 230.32. A drunken squaw went to sleep on the V. & T. track near Reno a few' days ago, and but for the watchfulness of the engineer of the train would have been ground into hog food. A fellow by the name of “Red” Wood was captured at Hazen Monday night by Agent Ferguson, after an attempt to hold up two canal laborers. He appeared to be a desperate criminal. A gambler named Lvhaue com mitted suicide in Reno Monday night by swallowing carbolic acid. He was despondent because his wife, who is in Cripple Creek, was suing him for divorce. Hattie Jones, the Piute squaw who committed suicide in Reno a few days ago because her buck was infatuated with another ma hala, was given a Christian burial in the county cemetery Monday. The Carson News of Tuesday says a report reached that place the day before that Will Nolan had been found near the railroad track at Truckee unconscious, only partially clothed and badly bruised. A young fellow named Roberts took a couple of women of the Reno redlight district on a buggy ride to Sparks Monday night. They paid him for his kindness by doping and robbing him and leav ing him almost dead on the street in Sparks. He was later found by friends who secured a physic ian who saved the lad’s life. A smooth article named Vernon, tried to swindle Dist. Attorney Williams, of Elko county, out of $50 on a piano deal a few days ago. He got the money but the officers got him at Deeth, and he will probably do time in the pen. Sam Johnson, of Reno, gave James Haggerty, of the same place, money to go to Goldfield on a prospecting trip. Instead of going to Goldfield Haggerty bought a ticket to Denver and went to Sparks to board the train. He was caught and arrested just as he was about to get on the cars. The saloon of Clements & Nel son, at Searchlight, was burned to the ground a few nights ago, loss $3000. The Searchlight says the fire was undoubtedly of incendiary origin. It occurred after the place had been closed for the night and the money left in the till could not be found in the ruins in any form. The dead body of John Hing storm was found near the road near Secret Pass, Elko county, a few days ago. The man had evi dently committed suicide. Some months ago he shot and badly wounded Pat Sheridan and then left the country. He evidently thought he had killed Sheridan, and blew his brains out rather than be caught. A woman named Keller had her husband arrested at Winnemucca last Saturday, accusing him of criminal intimacy with her 15 year-old daughter. Monday, at the hearing, she said there was no truth in the story she had previ ously told, and Keller was dis charged. The woman has blasted the reputation of her daughter and her husband through an act of foolish jealousy. Young Morris, who it is said made a confession of robbing Wells, Fargo & Co’s, office at Truckee some months ago, was discharged from custody a few days ago, the company failing to prosecute. The Truckee Consta ble holds $240 taken from Morris, and the company made a demand for it. The Constable refuses to give it up unless the company prosecutes and proves that the money belongs to W. F. & Co. Incredible Brutality. Ir would have been incredible bru tality if Chan. F. Lemherger, ot Syracuse, X. Y., had not done the best he could tor his suffering son. “My boy,” he says, “cut a tearful gash over his eye', so I applied Huck len’s Arnica Salve, which quickly healed it and saved his eye.” Good tor burns and ulcers too. Only 25c at Mason Valley Drug Store. The Turns out as fine >~r>, printing as you can 1 imeS get anywhere in Print Shop the State> and with _ a few exceptions, on the Coast. The finest quality of paper is furnished in every job printed and our type faces are new and up^tO'date. Do we do work at San Fran cisco prices? Not on your life, Mr. Merchant. No more than you sell groceries, drygoods, boots and shoes, hard ware, etc., at San Francisco prices. But we are sat isfied with as small a margin of profit as you are. Furthermore we help support your county gov ernment, and boost our home enterprises at all times. Don’t you think we deserve your patronage? The bill to re apportion the members of the Legislature gives Douglas one more Assemblyman, Nye, two Senators and four As semblmen, and Washoe, three Senators and ten Assemblymen. The rest of the counties are not affected. A number of would-be bad men jumped a number of lots in Gold field a few days ago. For a time it was thought there would be bloodshed, but when the owners of the lots appeared and threw the belongings of the jumpers into the street everything was as quiet as a graveyard. Startling Mortality. Statistics show srartling mortali ty from appendicitis and peritonitis. To pr< vent anil cure these awful diseases, there is just one reliable remedy, Dr. Kind's New Idle Pills. M. Flannery, of 14 Custom House place, Chicago, says: “They have no , qua 1 tor Constipation and Bilious mss," 25c at G. I. Leavitt & Son, d 1 uggists. Every man, woman and child may enjoy the healthiest of pastimes, shooting with the STEVENS The firearms that insure perfec t sport, be- -ause they never disappoint—splendid arms in e >-rv wav built in all suitable si/esand weights. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE STEVENS. A great book of 140 pages of Interesting arti< les on hunting, target shooting, etc., 1:RI:I-.. I n. I sc 4 cents to cover postage. J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. P. O. 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