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MORNING- APPEAL. SirXDAY. LBTTE?. FBOil Rsno, Djc. S, 1377 Ed. Arrril : Your correspondent loft on the lyhtnin; train escorted by a dopaty s'.ij: i i, and arrived SJifuly nt this riverside oarg. Judjo Chatty wis 0:1 t.10 tr.itn; ce.me down t-a meet hi3 family, which he did, and tikes tliem to C iraoa by thism-jrnin-j'd train. But t:io Jad 'J is no batter tain your crrcs- po.id'jnt; hi Unjk in t'13 Episcopal social like- wi33.' Wo roro met Jit Cliaintorlain's by IV.vmaj,' of tin J" -yiriizl, nni conducted to t'i'.s .ip-ntolic githorinrj. Po .vainer, didn't qo in; 3 ill was too busy on the p-ipar, but i'lro us fiva dollars to sponl for him. We Iiv.vj Inn surprised in our lusn but tliis raised ui. Wj as'cod cvorybj ly vo know up (L suotwri and aoi rid of ths coin iniracd- iatsly for fear hu might ra'ant. For roal nice, coiiifortablo, llttlo Epiicjpal soaiils, cr.11 ;:u .id tn ij tin Rjno pj:j?'ej. Thoy git thorn up in gojd s!iap3. Tii j olita of iho pious wore thare. T ie d,i:i2i:i iv.ij k?pt up until a soa .sonaV.o hour. V.irnsy's music -vra, as it always is, cnlivunin anl croryboiy saamcd to bo livi:ij a g ") 1 thru.. Tao cntiro sta.Tof the Gmlii st:)- I in and -wcra proraiuant in every sit. Wu uotioyl a yjung uasapliistisa ted youthfr n tin Capitol, who was in a small side game wbh Cjeoi. Bragg, forrmrly of ours, and tin Captain juifc walked away with him on ev sry han 1. Sormhrvy or othar tin Cap tain haJ two bowers and an acu on each uoal, although it was :a garao he did not under stand." Id 170, ho of the prospective uniform, was there an 1 niioli admired. There was an other gjntlemm from Carson prosen; who lef t before midnight and returned to the hotel later, a sadder if not a wiser young man.. The following poem written by an observer (who, wo have been informed, threw himself into the raging Triukee a few nmmrits ago), may throw soma light on the subject: Thorj was a yoiim; f ;!low (whom we kav) ho Went by the ii.j.itmn; to Ujiu; Ho twk a y u;i; friend, When hj iei'. her, the end V.is chat youn ; wn broken at keno. The social was a smeeess. Qaite a sum was realized for the church. It was dark when we arrived; it is dark as we leave hence, we have not seen much of Itono. Yours, Smitiiees. JI. E. Chckc;:. J. 1). Hammond, Pastor. Services to-day at 11 A. 3r. and 7 r. sr.; Sab bath .school tit 2 p. r. Seats free, and all are Morning, ahoul !er and elbow. John&w raist d Iris ;;uu , and talcing deliberate aim, tired. The ani mal cropped over the funeo, g:tvo a tiecp roar, and', springing to its feet, started off toward the wools, ana 11 heard of since. not bean seen or THE BABY-SHOW TRIPLETS. ' The Si,i reporter went to see the baby show. Something of what he sa w he describes in the following vivid style : Having read and hoard a grmt deal about the "cherubs, :' the "angels," the "exquisite fi "ires," and the "singular aymmetiy ." ol this, that, and the other child, we thought it mi-'ht be well t- pay some attention to the ab normalities of the placo. Pretty babies are no great curios;! i-s. All families have then;. "Are there any triplets to bo seen .here, madam?11 Tile lady thus addressed was a calm-vis aged person of 'thirty-five summers and winter?. She wore some kind of lace cap on the tco or a partially baid head, and as she walked the floor with dignity, continually tapped aratiher nice ten-dollar set of teeth with the slump of a wooden lead pencil. "I guess you're a stranger if you haven't heard of the triplets. Triplets? Cf courst: vo have triplets. Two pairs. ' 1 lie writer ueggeii ten tiiousanus pardons ; he had no idea he was addressing so noted a woman. "Two p iirs of triplets ? Why madam I congratulate you." "Nothing of tli j sort, man. When I said 'we,' I meant Iho show had 'em. Here, come along, I'il t::ke you over to 'em. There you can see for yourself." She was right. On a spuclai platform, happy f.s a king and proud as a Lucifer match, sat Mid rocked a medium sized, sandy haired, poorly dressed German. On his rijht knee, leaning back on his paternal stomach, was a bouncing baby, socking his thumb. On his left knee sat a second bouncing baby sucking Ins thumb. And by his sidu sat a homely German woman, holding in her c:p: ei.r.:s lap bonw.mg baby number three, sacking his thumb. The child ren of themselves were as leu-.-h like any other ; three nice, fat . habits :is possible, and tiicre I was nothing noteworthy abmi; the mother. But the father well, it s worth a quarter A Kn;ncs ron Lshtt. Hays tlu Eureka iv.-nt;.;ei of Friday : Hamilton and Laurie, vdule confined in the Belmont jail, xaade a bold crA very nearly .successful acisnipt to eseaoe. O.i ?.f.mday evening, after receiving their sentence, they were let out of their cells into the main room for supper. Jimmy Ser vice the jailer, also went up town to his meal, le-aving lvo pi.cn in the outer room du ring his abstuee. On Lis return, about an hour afterward, he war, informed that suspi cious noises had been ioard insiflo. Quickly opening the door he fotu;d the two prisoners busily engaged in excavating a hole through the three-foot brick wail, and they had so far succeeded as to only have one course of brick between them and libcriy. In five minutes more they would have been out. They were immediately secured in the cells, and a strict watch kept on them during the remainder of their stay. rgte., - ... .. The whole town ISASQM & ca; Elko li;is a gymnasium is on its muscle. S!K fLLHST;lATLT3 LEOTO.IES & G tar G Y, l-N Cv:rCTT CLOCK, CARSON CITY, .KT.lb. HOIESALE ASS HET.UL DKALER3 121 SPECill NOTICE. Groat Reduction in Pricer, owing tu tho decline in the I'larkct. ft L J3ii02tTi;i: txi) iihm:s.ux a.b L IwtJiI lica-er in U')"ES0!! XT. I. CIXMXC, IV Till PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, thtrsdav an"d fri.oav r.;;x:;z, rci:jinr::t Clh at'd 7tli; and l .;) V, 'I if!;:;s!) Y and miDAT 1.VKMa;;s. i.-JXEilBllt lit!:, ;:5ili uiid lull. Co-n-.-v.-r.ciri r '! SinrmSiiy Ji t n : u g", Jbet'Cinbtr Sli, l(. 7i S I c"c!o(!-:. Tio!:cf? rr t'.:o er:rsJ Z- M iir.'ic iocinro-i For s;:o n'- tl:c !' i;-k,;-.rts and door. extia to see the fatbc What secret joy he ;r .1... .,: .- r,..-..-i; s ; mJ MP for tlie closing, hour to come, la rocktd and j r jtZSi. 2E2? rocked away with a s;o:!t. as wide as his i,u;uii r--r7i --."' f and charmed his inner conseion.stiess bv a con- I r Of tuO 1 O-j', lias we Know not, hut win:.; o. ner naivnij v.ui'u di.',Hed to look at the c'-.-eiv and Ion welcome. Subjects of discourse : " Meastues and Measuring;" evening, iEx teiUius and itesultants." St. Petee's Czue.cu (Episcopal). Services :it 11 o'clock in tho morning and at 7:t)'J in tinual humming, which enaliled liiiri to imet the ironical look of envio'is men with comjios ure, and avoid the curio. ;s v'aze of scotting women with comparative iiidiiference. "Are those tri; Kits ; "lans, they pe dnpleds. "Are yiu the happy pa ?" "Vat you say'!'" "Are yo 1 their f theid " "iraas I pe." "Where d you live?" "In No Jersey all tho dimes. I gum to the show vrom Jersey." "How do you feed "them?" 5 fto WITHOUT WIIEX YOU 5 AT 31 V I!'IK'(J.1Ui'At, E3OSITKV. 11 J ir. C. McI.ArOHt.IN-. i,i U U Um li lUi U 7 3 D q C C Frovision3, Crockery, Glassviire, Tlnwaro, Cinnsi Fruits, Duttar, LirJ, , Grai-i, Cal G: A.3 ALT. ;AHVICLES USL.Vl.I.V KKPT e-A FIRST CLASS STOIIH 0 ,t;ia kind of imorcantiit: basisoss ia which lh?y arc tii-i-od Iron, steel, Cx.l, Powder, sot, rust, Vs.-s Saw:., Oiis Anvil,. Vi-wj. OLnSS MB CROOKS Wciycs, sitdtr, , C'.aiiuciior1, J! in-, rs. rite r.i", K.c. Li Agricultural ; Implement!:, i iO'.VS, Ii:.riVi',S, JIo L'l'S, Cuilivaiors, Ktc, II; c, Wi.ia; l.i-i,t taints, Ous t uruhes, Co.U 0:!, r;:.t Cii, T.;r;vn:iiie, Van.i. Ii, Wi,it l.uu.!, Kuiu.r I'aint, C.!C!i;ic-al I'mn, i.;,rd Cil, Jljchlne, Cu.,'L.'r, N'c:,ts Joel oil, L!.:., li'r. riitlicti TIM1''"" ;"rne veeus um. Then he resumed Ii.ii smile, struck his chin in the air, revealed a iicketty set oi tee 1 'T. ' s "- n.i .-o::: .:i I; 0::j oi I:s. i i; and took 11:1 the time .vliere :.e had dr the evening. Suad;: inornin" service. senoo! numediatoiy alter II. L. Foote, Hector. study Professor dinning has gone t Steamboat Springs. lie v. ill return to Car son ill time to lecture on Tuesdoy evening .next. On account of the illness of Rev. T.Iir. Geyer, there v. ill be no German Lutheran service at the Prcsl-tcrian church this afternoon. 1 "I h-'pe you re satisfied now, bun't you ? asked the gentle maiden in black, or v.-oul ( you like to see tho other triplets Being on doty the reporter insiste 1 that t.-ijJots we:e loi 1 delight, and the second set 5 aad f.ef.i! 1' Preaching in tho Presbyt; nan Chnr en a' 11 A. SI. Sabbath School concei t at 7 o'clock A LIONESS AT LARGE. The Cleruhtnd Herald tells the following : For some tima past the peojve about Itich wootl, in I iiii.ii tonnfy, have been disturbed by a viid beast, J.dievod to be an escaped must be viewett. Fliey were viewed. ! wretched little libels on humanity. V.'hat have the)' done that they should bj dragged from proper ob..c!i;ity, and s:t a pinuaeie for the con'empt and 'scorn and jibes of foul mouthed men and women It would be charity to throw the mantle of silence over this part of tho exhibit! en, but charity begins at ho;ne,.r.nd not in a bity sh w. Imviino three unh.--.akhy little we;;:e:i faojd mon':ey.;, wrapped in f'aa-.'e', aub f i-st as'eep. It wo lid be diftieu't to s iy h ) v .-mi'l they are. They are the mcret a-o n-, a LiaJ of uncanny !: d; r:i.-a;eie-j: "t '..; i be:l l.j;0 I''M. ieiv ' n t l.i' yi' ; i'.'ri,i.;i v c.;eei .1 in l-e.-.a. i?.-j'Xutj llic ioci-i-.n 1 - M'JKH, ."e:;l.Mrjif, Ia n k, . (. i umoii !r-nt. 1 l-rton i n y. t'.vlfi HOLIDAY TOYS. ODP. K5-:, f-Ve. AS WOIM.S, VAIINS , i.ie. wrinkly skins, with th Hon lesn, roaimn: e couutr The animal was iirst discovered by Muleom Star natas. lie saw it in a bunch of grass, and jot on a stump, rifie in hand, to get a better look at it, when the animal suddenly leaped out, and in two bound;, was upon his back, and almost stripped him of his clothing, lie gave such a yell that the animal was frightened away, lie describes it in these words: "It could jump like the devil, and was in size between an elephant aud a cat." The next man who saw it was Joseph Cat hill, lie was walking along a thicket just at dusk and the animal sprang from tho bushes, and would have torn him in pieces but for the assistance of h;s bulldog. Hf escaped with a lascerated head and shoulder. Albert Wallaco had the next encounter, lie was attracted to the woods near his house by the barking of dogs, and went out, sup posing that a coon had been ch.-Jed up a tree. He had hardly reached the thicket when the lioness leaped out and caught him between the hip and knee, tearing his flesh in a terrible manner. The dogs joined in the .fight. He started to get away, but fell down in attempting to ru.n. The dogs having been whipped, the animal again pounced upon Wallace, again fastened its teeth in his leg. lie bravely seized the beast's head and called upon the dogs to help him, but they stood back and the fight between man and brute continued until his cries scared the animal away. Some men in the neighborhood Jieard the noise and hastened to the woods, wriviiig just after the beast had gone. A part of them took Wallace home and the rest started in pursuit of the lioness. It was linally found hidden in a thicket near a fence. John Sterling volunteered tt ik a gun and ! go near enough to shoot at it, but lie animal leaped out and pounced upon him. The rest stood back and looked pn while Sterling wa3 rolling on the ground in a. fierce struggle with the brute. The dogs finally came to the res cue, and the animal was again frightened away. Sterling had been severely bitten on the left arm and elbow. His condition is precarious. The hunters again started in pursuit. The Jioness was finally found in a stubble field. "Two young men named Maralathin and John son agreed tp sneak up to the fence and shoot at jt. Maralathin took the lead. Ia aa instant the animal sprang at him, striking the fence by M3 head, and caught him by tie j east possible condi tion of snipe. I hey looker so sec, so puny, so feuble, s very, vry nnh ippy t.iat pity for their comini on went hv.d in h rod with indig nation at their exhibition. Tlu in the'.- is a poor, half starved lo-.kirg c::atu e. 11 h side sat a bux.-m G Tman womi.i, who sail continually, "Seo dose dribleds. Jldb the in adder. She is very bo r." The little shad ows sleep nearly all tho time, and are .-'.brays surrounded by an unfeeling se-t of queers, whomiake unkind rem.uks and ask charaet er istic questions. Iho most un peasant sight is very decidedly this triplet sot. As a pecuniary venture the Uaby Show, in spite of the rain, is highly successful. It is said that the responsible men in it are Sir. Hitchcock, formerly of the Third Avenue The atre, and a Mr. Thomas. Mr. Lynch, the agent of Baldwin's San Francisco Theatre, was offered 2,500 yesterday if lie would organize a Baby Show in Philadelphia. He declined the ofler. A Time-Keeper. S;rys he of the Sazer acks : A prominent citizen who was "a lit tie under the weather" a short tiaie ago, bor rowed another prominent citi;;ai'.s wa'eh to take his medicine by. The borrower failing to return the article, the lender became somewhat uneasy, not that he doubted the man's honesty, but he felt lost without his watch. He did not want to hurt the man's feelings by asking him point blank for the re turn of the watch, neither did he feel justi fied in throwing out a hint so broad as to hu miliate him, but he wanted his watoh, The two men met on Main street this morning, and after the usual greetings rnd salutations, the owner of the watch s:d:l to the borrower : " Why don't you get a job up at the mines ?'' " Me get a job at the mines '." "claimed the other, " what for 2" " Oh I didn't know but Curtis mitrht crive you a job ; you're such a good time keeper." " Take it," was all the other said, as he handed out the watch ; and then they both went into a saloon and looked over the bar at tho big mirror to see if their neek tjej were all right , and one said, "here's fan," and the other said, "go it, old mnn," and tlen there was a gurgling sound and the man behind the bar dropped a half-dollar into the drawer and a two-and-a-half piece bounded up his sleeve, and he, ail unconscious cf the incubu3 in his clothes, wiped out four tumbles with a towel and said, "good day, gentlemen, cdl again." Wir':vs:iie a:i.i '. C )';!. Su;:ne-y, si,-t Mn -i-Lx:!.-:, Mu-e.c.'.i In-; re.n n,. i iiue'-y. eorniiN, !,r.ist --il ! -.: r in , W;.t::hr, .lev.-.-'rv, Se.;. V ;.-, U y-i.iv. i -'--vi' Tobac-jo, ,. I ...: , -:U:. ;;ia-i, rUl .$, Am::i ; .iiy aaJ Wo :kiy i-int :-,ti-e, Vir;i'ii i p-ai.;r.!, nil I Kauorii IVei-'Ji' :d;'. y ,i .my )r..:i oi (.' .t-a. lii:rv)j, ;;: I ja-.s ..s-;o . I'uijo:;.; sunt It. F! nv2 1 i"i:iic'o, raif.ir-M:i-;a -hit Ktc, Utorji htates or r-to-. eAit:...'.X CiTf, SUVADA. Next d-i r ti tin (V.rs i-i Tao.it -jr. 0RS0:1 CITY SAVOS EML TiUY,m, SF.CRtRS AD FiP.E IKSUR- Ai Gt ire OrJer taken an-1 0 J.ls dUvsrod T3L TO ASV TAUT OF TUG CITY FI1F.E OF CItAl;.;K Cuts' m, A.w ISTfl W1A30M & CC. WA OT .VXD roi.l) VIW1II l?Ts 1 i:l'.;- ;l.e Xovau.t Jlr..e Fr.3 d, We.nn ;:;i e I ; .-l BUTTS & - - Propr; : tore. Midi" inn ;jid Laur::! Kti,;jc, neck's :md ot!,L-r Kraad of frtovr'. H;-e an. I !'i-. tjor-.r-. V." : ivs liMi-U :ti:; '.1'is. Vo.( mi l V.'liloiv IV.t!.., li I r it f:i,-;i' , f' .lol.i. t;n. -;itr(ri j.i-, IVitlr, V t :ni I l.-.i I I'i;i-, Ecu'jo Furnishing Gocds. Err. S3 ann Cto.im Goods. Fnicti-a uf'ictia iu l iii'iibi-ri and Tiuaer3 io ii rw.fin;; "f !.i:'..ls Tin ;.:id Iron Wn:1 Call and Get Prices Cheap for Cash. Ml. m CdLY Tin-; sjiKn.iM liitMu lmti;,:ti n and wo'! kn.i-.vn j.lae iif !--! ir l ii i U.i a '.i."r .ujlily '. oriui-Jo I. n. w'.y lurni .! nr.l is, in )..:?)t hi ci'i:nii!iLS- an.l c .in; c;, s.i:iia..M i I . imiio on tin; i-.-iM. TiiK n.VI'iiS ;iru n:i !i r.ei.ii're ::;;.- i.rii. :;:r. a i'i will roc.-ivo srr.-ul :!'.:! n to W.ir -i'.i--. I'liK UAIi is siiri;.! C with the i-.-it.f li.-ir ; ; ji-ii-. .!,- MKALS l.v First .:ass ;.,iki s-.-rvvd to orJ. r ;.t ail Ik. ir --. S:T:u4--i Carriage raii c.nutiinty. i'r.1 r; I at I in. liOioU will he ;:-'ri-.)t:y uitcmicd to. rjvxns. ii ) 7;i fit i O rJ? Z-S 31 XVJ- CLi-, DF.AI.ER IX Groceries KflTir1. Orange, I.oinnns, rineapjilea, i'liorries, Ccoanut3, cctablcs, RfttMiiai, iinw.'i.'U'jnevv, .'.!' s, Fr.-.li Fish, C IS jCN city, NEVADA. Fresh Ranch Eutter. Tobacco, Cigars, Etc Etc El ; I'L.VCF. OF r.U:INi:i,S: So. 3, !ontli Cnrson strcit, oppostie t'.w uiil), i aiw.1 City. JWv. myCtf J. IVAVL'oVroit l-'iivni-..lijii Usn.l, 11at ami Citl, Booti ti,f flni?-, 'i'l in, ! i. 0i i i? "tr. c ?r.TV ntirnivc. u.lr.tu:l Lli LYMJA JUXIXO SI'IMK EOJtllT AND i-OJ.U 1 1 i O i ill I . J O V. 3L:beral llar-ias San Franoi-ico Corroipoiid..'iit Carson, Scprjiuber 1, 177. i,v;d on A;i;irovod St icks. lit Lai ham i Kin: KXIU V Vf.E AM) IXPliEa.ii CAII30X CITY, Xi:VADA. From and after this date Woii.-i, Fa.--o & Company w'.l! 8jY AND SHL kimViQ ST?CR?. 33 r ,OY -il? .' r!i f' i; fini"c i " ft"T Tsi "n ' .Vorllip tfct cornt.r i.f CfiTRcn ami S i i Stri'tt. ojijiot" tJin-.bliy IUu.it, ur. ti ii. N.vailu. Liberal .'Qnii-yl tlin-uv-.l on .lpj:rov!ii toi;k". Carsi.n, A-:srust 23, 1S77. HOTiGE TO GOBTOMEFiS. 2jk. cuimts wi:h 1JWJVG SIOCK AC- KicCCr-JWELl. CO. Are hereby nol i."..-.! that the in'.eeat on :an.u hi 'ot"jn rcdaced to eXc. JiJ.t 'U.'X. pr ie,..;;il;. sejil nj S!w'.'?I:LL & CO. .'""Hfii W-Kl.'.'Viiiv NH !ixo.:ntai. JL liimd fir.-t-i:!aNS Io-ilaurant and Oy.sii-r Stand in ki j.t o;;-n tnmi 3 u'cioolc a. m. until '2 a. m. 'i no oookiu-' ai'd ali t!.i' I'aciliU.i are iin.iiriasstd by any .c-.talit.ihii.ui: of the kind, hum or elsewhere. O iI-r wilt rc.ilv Jin ttii iMt--ui:or. t;7"l:-. Ciccovich wil! superintend p,:i.j;!al!y. J'liy 7, lh77. CAPITOL STORE, COIiXF.lt KING AND OKMSliY STIIttTK.. CITY, j Q a o l c i: i- a .n 1 1. y t. it o c r n sen. j Fiour, Feed, Hams, Bacon, Euttsr, Lard, f ugar, Teas, CofTee, Choice Liquors, Pure Bt nc:y ALWIrca' C!d Vailry Whisky, Clg rc ::'cii?!i,3.rr3 1st- a c c o HAr.ov.-Anr, cKocirniv, t-.mxts axi oils. r; heat rrtm'i of pwipmc co: K Ptantiy nishii-.i; to the. !ar-e Cio'.l.iii not: .vFrLi. i..J.::,.0F i o j )N l: yllf ieo.u an.l et'i' f.M.T. AXD '..(C .f . Vi - ;i -. i OCT! Si 2l hm Sr. l It t& B CI(V2 t-" C.I.. ii V -J V It .'i.J s S5,O0O REWARD! C.;-i;ar of Cajson and Thin! S!ie3ts, oppoiitc tho ."-t. Charles 1!j'.J, CAU-jON CITY XEVADA. To view and purchase of their maeiiifieent stoc!: of S paid for the arrest aai conviction of tho person ir persons who set Crc to the w odyal of tho Carson and Tahoe Lumber and fluunii"- Cor.ipan-, vtj the tveniirr o Xovember 2, 1377. lESIXwiv-N, iiU-j i CO. Ca.-va, rsaiar 10, 17. 5 FALL. AN 0 WINTER mm cox.":st:x! of Jlt n'', Tontln' anil Boys' Clothing, Of ail tb latest l-ylp. ITat!", Cap, Truu'a, Vaiite, Shirts Collars, Lt., i.lc. ci:tf 'i'.je :n:, ,is i 1 lie.. :trte.:$ ! l ilies ir ii, iS t'oi.r:v ,ii. v..K r rn.':i ! - ' Xcvada. J'y ana'i---'? this .. -'f. !' I.-.'- n. i.i nil iioi.vre-. c !.:..'!,;.-!.aii.-,- I.mii.ej iui llil c tValfr in t'iifT--c1 A v l'i1ti to XM tvl:!-. It the ( Iiy Limit.'. Families, hi U's, Lais, !'aol", etc., su '.leu .n fat o ah'.e tern.s. caujcx watt:: h.':?a:,-y ?Cfae it) Orrr.sby XUusv L'e.h. C.rwn strwot.