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FRIDAY. .NAY 17. 197 - Bij&u Qron wuled for Europe on Saturday hUy 11th. lie. 0. K. Hinkle, of the M. E. Church, in tends to locate permanently in,Tuscarora. U ia rejwrted from Boston that Harry ,J s-qiha of the Evangeline Combination is )Kle8ly insane through softening of the i"r;iin. Another rich mine has been discovered in Kull Run Basin. One of the locators was oil'cred $2,000 for his interest before pick or mi vol was usod. A smash-up occurred on the Chicago, Bur lington & Quincy Railroad on Tuesday, by which four men lost their lives. Cause, care lessness of an operator. Karl Granville, thu British diplomat, is in .xter of twenty languages, which are said to got fearfully mixed when ho puts on his tight b.mta in a warm room. Us-Govornor and Mrs. Milton S. Latham have arrived safely in Europe. Mr. Latham's health was much improved when they retched the end of their journey. Wo havo received from the Publishers, i y mail, "Pettencill's Newspaper Directory nod Advertiser's Hand book." A handsome volume and convenient for reference. V young man of twenty recently took as a wife a Pennsylvania widow of fifty, the side proprietress of a couple of paying petroleum welis. Ho loved not wNoly but two wells. Reno Journal: Last Monday afternoon, a Augustus Fritz, an employe on Bidleman's ranch, was driving a four horse team he was thiovn from the wagon and received Jn juries h resulted fatally. When Lady R sebery entered her husband's housd ill Scotland, the other day, the house keeper met her at the door, and, in accord ance with an old Scotch custom, broke an oat n.iiil cake over the bride's head. Sc'iuylor CoKax will arrive in San Francis co :-.iut the middle f dune and ill iK liver, p.jide:1 the aiwii v's of the Odd Fellows' Li . i .-irv Association, hi celebrated lecture on f .o "Life and Ciiaracterof Abraham Lincoln." V':.viu Fomai, the greatest of American H' r i- wan on-e a leaper and tumbler in a . V hen a hm man tie started out !i ;i dra'na'ic coinpanv that broke up some- w: in fie r-out'.:t. lie j. lined a circus t. v : n:i:lo si. t.ck I'.'ttoiiAood elation on the iti'i ''n, Tojiel.a it Santa I'V ilailroad, Kan--,iv, Saturday. The Cottonwood Hotel and se.e'.al buildings were blown (town, two per-F.ii-.s were killed, and many otlu -rs mm lousiv itij iivd. In the country the destruction of i:v; !y was great. An exhausted silver mine is said to be a tliivg unknown. Tho Mexican mines, worked by tl.o ancient Astecs, are as profitable as er. The old Spanish mines, opened before );;!:;:. 'al's time, are still in operation. So v the old mines of South America, Uun j;f.i , "Tor way, Sweden and Russia. A w.m named A. J. Coshow, while gathor j'lciin nuts ia (.iouIhIoh county, Texas, a fi'vv t.' ivs ago, saw from his perch on the limb of a tree, something glittering on the ground lio'ow. It turned out to he a Mexican silver dollar, and digging at the root of the tree he unt.i;i!:ed 88,000 worth of the coin .li!;i; Taylor will piotiahly be hanged a fucond (line for a murder committed ten years asro in Danville, Kentucky. He was lynched imniet'kitely after the crime, but was cut down by his friends btfore life was extinct, and hurried oil' to Kansas, where he lived ut:dt. r an aHbiimed name until ho was recently rj'-'ni.'ed. There has been recently ; tine body of ore ("truck i'l the south drift of the Hornet mine, fo.-cy ft-ei Iroiu the main shaft. There is a f troak tit six inches that assays regularly from 61,1 to ?L,:i(D and two feet or moro that will vork $200 and uj wards. The ore body lit. far in- developed, looks as though it would prove extensive. The hhtning played some (jueor freaks in a ho-.i -r in Trenton, Mass. , the other night, lied cKohes were taken from one bed and put on aiiot:: i i'. In one room the bedstead was r:itiu:y lieinolislutl; in another only a small piect' t i' the bedstead was chipped olF. A chair .v.ii landed in perfect condition a muii Kr of fejt from the house. The ;ifornia laeitic Itailruud, upon which throii:;li travel h is tieeii iterrujited for several riiont!;:-, ill in a short time be put into active dinning :der. A force of men have been set to work, and it is expected that the road will 1 in condition to admit of a train passing over it fioia Va'.lejo to Sacramento about the first of th" coming month. Ward Keflex: In the neighborhood of Death Valley (so called) and Resting Springs, whero wood is not to be thought of, the cac tua grows most luxuriontly, outstrips all its Lnown etf.irts and takes the form of a tree, many of thorn producing two cords of wood, which, as : sustitute for the old regulation artick' in .v desert land is not to be despised. Retribution. A story from a Paris letter to the Cincinnati Inquirer: A gay young wo man, good-looking and well-connected, mar ried Lord de la Zouche, and three months af terward committed the ineffable folly of run ning off with another nobleman, the Earl of Mayo, a mere boy, scarce nineteen. They went to Paris and made no response to the plea for divorce which Lord de la Zouche put in. Their wicked act had a fearful termina tion. With shocking suddenness the madness of frenzy fell on the oung Earl of Mayo, and his mother was obliged to seek him out and conduct him to an insane asylum. Meantime the foolish young creature who had ruined her social prospects forever by her folly now finds herself reduced almost to starvation. Her lover is mad and cannot help her; her former husband is about to marry again; her own family havo repudiated her, and being poor could not help her if they would. The next worst thing to having no new clothes from year to year, we should imagine, must be to have to wear new clothes every dav. This is what the Sultan of Turkey has to do. Custom forbids him to wear any arti c!e of dress twice. From fez to slippers he has to bo clothed anew seven times a week. He haB our hearty cominisseration, as has any man who knows not the luxury of a favorite suit of clothes, which he learned to love as an old friend, or the easy, yielding shoes, whose comforting embrace receive the tender feet after a day of weary toil. There is a luxury in old shoes in which royalty itself has found delight. The one historical incident that we recollect to the credit of King James I., of England, was that he was wont to call for his old shoes. They were disputing as to wiio had the richest father, and the smaller one finally flew the track and called out: "Well, I've got the best big sister, anyhow." "I guess not," replied the the other. "Yes, I have?" "I guess not; I've got the bossest big sister in Detroit. She'll stay home any day to let me wear her shoes to the circus!" "My sister will do niore'n that!" put in the little one: "she'll take the strings out of her corset for me to spin my top with, and if I lose it she ll stay home from a party and never give mo any sass! Is your sister any bosser than that.'" The big boy had to take a back seat. (De Free Press. An Iceland clergyman, writing to a London paper under date of Feb. 'JS. states tli.it on the previous day a number of severe earthquake shocks were felt in the neighborhood of Jit. Heela, following which a tremendous tlame burst out (n the north side of the mountain. The flames were at first tossed l.'ke iiunieUPe n ckets, ;.;ivt dually im i a-eng in bulk tintii they appeared like gig;u;tn: columns, which rose straight into the air to a bi-'ht twice as gre.it as the mountain. The illumination was so great that oik' could easily read by the re flection at some distance. Many years ago it was the custom of good old Dr. l'eahody. an old-fashioned minister, living at Audover, Mass., to build a laroe, open tire in his kitchen, on retiring at night, in the cool seasons of the year, simply for the benefit of travelers passing his house after lit- had retired on the way to and from Uos ton. His door was never locked; his latch string was always out. And main- a time, he writes in his diary, did he hear, in tho quiet watches of the night, strange voices by his kitchen fire voices of passing strangers who had tarried for a while to enjoy his fire and shelter. Santa Karbara Press: California this year is literally a land flowing with milk and honey. Her cattle stand knee deep in rich clover fields, and drink water from running brooks, and in return yield milk in abun dance. And it said there never was a better year for bees. They are multiplying rapidly, and working industriously. Every field and hillside, and mountain height is stored with food for them bloom of every kind from which the choicest honey may be made. The honey yield will, without doubt, be immense, and of the finest quality. From the the Reno Gazette we learn that the Truckee and Steamboat Springs Canal Company awarded the contract for the new canal to a Chinese compaivy of San Francisco yesterday. The work is to be commenced immediately, and prosecuted as vigorously as possible. The contractors bear the neat but not gaudy title of )uong Yee Wo A: Co., and the price was !?"t!,000. The Woikingmen are of course highly indignant at the conduct of the company. The Times-Review devotes a column to the woman-husband sensation. The person. Pol lard, the supposed feinale-nian has fled from Tuscarora with a man bv the name of Galla ap-. gher, with whom she came from Colorado. A party has started in pursuit, determined to discover the facts of the case, though it is said that no law can reach the case. Tusca rora, meantime is having a delightful sensa tion. Tho Omaha Herald tells a very pathetic dog story. Together with his master the dog was lost for twelve days, on the plains, with out fuod, and both were reduced to a skeleton, when a cow boy found the dog and threw him S' some meat. Instead of eating it he picked it up ia his mouth, got on his trembling legs, and tried to carry it to his master, who thus was found. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. DISSOLUTION CF COPARTNERSHIP. fllHE COtMRTNEH-HIP HKHETOKORB I existiuq: bet ' n Dm. Fox & Smart in thi city, in the .practice of medicine, is this day dissolved bv mutual consent. J. W. FOX. M. D. J. S. M. SMART, M. D. Carson City, May 16, 1878. SWIFTS, ATTENTION! THKRE WIT.?, BE A SPKCIAI, MEETING of the Swift Engine Company on Su'nrrtay Knning, May 18th, at 8 o'clock. Business of vital importance. All members are requested to attend. Rv order. J. K. McDONALD, Secretary. May 17th, 1S7. GARSOH THEATER. ONE NIGHT ONLY ! And positively the last appearance in this city of the Union Square Theater Company TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, Will be presented the great comedy, in acts, by Iiron&on Howard, Esq., entitled SARATOGA! ACT 1. Central Park, New York. ACT 2, -At the Bells. Saratoga. ACT 3. - The Wood near Moon Lake. ACT 4. - Parlors at the ''Union." ACT 5.- Private Parlor No. 73. ADMISSION, SI.OO No Flint Charge for Reserved .Seal. Box Office now open, and reserved seats can be (wired at any time. liid GREAT EXCITEMENT! (, R E A T CROWD OP PKOPI.K CON. X stajitly nuhini; to the lare Clothing Store of KOPPEL &, PL ATT, Comer of Carson and Third Streets, opposite the St. Charles H-tel, CARSON CITY NEVADA. To view and purchase of their maimificent stock of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, con"sitino or l'n', loath' nd Bay' Clothing, Of all the latent sty lea. Hats, Cap Trunks, Valid s. Slur's Collars, r.tc.. I.tc. octltt Joh n H eri tage, CARSON CITY, NEVADA. fJOt Sr: PITF.R PAPER HANGER and 1 ULAZIr.K. ii it intuit ' ii inr and 'J'intingf Xe.fly Done. i',Mt rs 1 It 0 'ia.""ii.v t .'? ?l..re v, ill 'm- iTfiuctiv at- ttrirtti t .. ' .-(n "i d ftll. l!ti'''ti iii-l t'j I'a'J" HuniiiL'. :iU ST3AWBERRIHS 8Y THE MILLION ! 4 T Tllis , V W K M 1 L V 1I A K K K T J- W f 1I 9 L V voir can i.i:r IHKKK BUXKK OP FIXKST XKWC.VSTLE Kilt A Wtt RHICS 371 ft y- O juts. Full weiirlit ; no cheating, you will find them nn the b-jttom jn-t as f.'0oi as thev are on fop. Call and try us. J. B. ANC.il' S. proi.rieti.r' Mav IS, 176. Familv Market. Adams House KUiek. IViAY FESTIVAL FOR OR COLOSSAL ORGAN MAY 28th, 29th and 30th, At 2:30 P. M., at 3Ji'IisniiV Psivilioxi, SAN' FEANCISCO. SUMNER W. BUCBEE, MANAGER. CHORUS OF 2,O0O VOICES! IMMENSE ORCHESTRA ! Electricity, Artillery and Telephone ! CONDUCTORS 1 CAKL ZEKR.WIN. r.o.ton: JOHN P. MORGAN :md K. HF.KOLO, S:m IraneK-o. The management have at i,rret exper.se eiii;ai;e-d the cele brated Contralto, ANNA OKASOli,. M. W. WHITNEY, the Cre.iWM Livin- F.a,o. HELEN AM K.S BlLLIXliS, MISS ABfclE CLAKK. W. H. FESSENHKN-, of Boston. And manv other Celebrated Soloiatj. Sale of Ti'-kets besini ?it SHERMAN, HYPE i CO'S , San I'raneiteo, APRIL 2Sfth K'uwn I'fckel, fur Thrw. Daji...; 5.00 Sixgie Tlckft. from SI.OO to , J. 00 Accordintf to L.ocatioi. No Extra Charge for Reserved Seats. Orders by Mail will receive prompt attention. CHAS. SCIM-TZ, Ti-ket Afent. SCUTHEHfi T.ANSPOSTATiaN COMPLY Jl,.CMARn A tt'HKKLER, Proprietory. Wilsons leave Carson on MONPAYS and THURSDAYS, of each weok, and make the Through Trip to Bodie in Thirty Honrs! Office with I). W. EARL & CO., at Virginia and Truckee Freight Pcit, Carson, my 12m JOHN FORBES, Local Auent. OTIC E. Mule, sorrel, branded O on tho left hip. Ono Male Mule, bay, branded X on left hip ; also this mark 825 Reward will be psld to whoever returns the alovc animals to P. CIKCE, French llot-sl, Carson City, Nevada. M'.y 5, 167S. m THE MYSTERY SOLVED. Six Shirts for 57. SO! At FRANK BOSKOWITZ'S, THE ONLY ONE PRICE STORE IN TOWS! DEALER IK MEN'S AND BOYS' Furnishing Good., Hula and Cap, Hoot ami Nhooa. Trunks Vail", Blanket, MattrM, Kre ..Etc Etc CKCKTY Bl'ICDleV'O, CARSON CITY mvMtf racesTraces! -. -V, CARSON, NEVADA, July 4th, 5th 1 6th, Under the auspices of tlu STATE AND 0RMS3Y CSUTY A3KICUL TURAL SOCIETY. $2,000 IN PLUSES! SPEED PROGRAM M : FIRST DAY-JII.V 4th. A GRAND SWEEPSTAKE KAt E --SI. 000 Mile and repeit. Horses: " Uattermau," ' illicit n,'' and "April Fool. RUNNING -lialf-mile dash; free for all. Purse, SI 30. MK.COND DAY-Jt !-Y rth. TROTTING-Mile heats, three i:i rive, to harness; free for a I eRHt of the .Sierra Nevada M"Un:ai!is. Purse, 3o0, entrunct- added. KUNNINii One and one-ha'f in:lv J.in-li ; free for a'i. Pur--, iU'A THIRD DVV JLSY 0th. RI'VMSO jtOO. Two miW and rejx at ; free f r ail. Puree, r'NTK '.mt -Tou fwr cent.. 1 1 clrje t'rj day previous to ra.-e. it l: p. h. N itl. iril As H'ition Ruk-s to crn trotTii. Pioit'C C:ii R.il:.3 to govern nnoiiii raois. Tru-k in fint cla-.;; eiuiitiiu. StjhV. rte., r .iiiv for use. JOHN T. PANfi 'M, Seert-uj.. . I'arson City, May 3;h, l7?. TELEMHC "DMTil F. b u iry 14H-11 A. 51., 1 To OM UVKil UainilrJCSl I bought this day a Bankiupt Stock of THSRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, thirty cents on the dollar. Coocis will ba up there in thirty days. Sell all Coocis Below Cost to make room for This Tremendous Stock, and give the good paople of Carson the benefit of this Purchase. . , HERMAN OLCOViCH. Is words, paid. ABOVE EXPLAINS ITSELF. HDIES, W Shall Neli Uootl in Accord ance with above Onler. PflICK NO OBJECT. Take iiilae of this Rir Cban, feblU PIAiJO TURING! MJR. JACOB ZEC5I Annoiinetj) that he will be in Carsoi MAY 13, 1878, An 1 rcm'i-ii for ervenvl days. Taj-ties d(iriuir to have PIAXOS CORRECTLY UMiH Will have an opportunity to secure his service. .May !, tf UTE Bf A JV V KUCTV K the net Modern Improved I nissi. A reflect Ketamer. Price roil'iccd. No m-jmetiam, qua-.-k medicine, or misrepresentation abom us. t-nd for Illustrated Cat-tlo'-tie CAMFOKNIA ELASTIC TRLSS COMPANY, 1.15 Sacramento St., San Francisco. Tin.- California Elastic Trusef has won its way to public f;ior. on arc H of ita many adv.mtrt. not onlv of ad- j.is.uieiit, mil Deini,' tree from meUI spring- and iron hoop, it ran be constantly worn with :ud comfort. The price also places it within reach of all afflicted, t ive. eiiht ind ten dollars for an article superior to what has been heretofore sold for twice rnd thrice thai sum. adds to its sales and u.-c. It is eonstnicteri on scientific principles and sells on its merits. Froru the 0M Mloirg Xew Ant, San FratitUcn. mvpiv NOTICE. r PHK ff(p,RTKRHp rOMTSED OF I F. . Wap-ner and John O. Fox, under the name and style of P. A. Warner & Co., of Carn City, Nevada, was dissolved by mutual consent May 2d, ls,7n, Mr. Charles Sadler having- purchased the entire interest of Mr. John tl. Fox therein. The business will hereafter be carried on by the under signed, Charles Sadlr and P. A. Warner, under the firm name of P. A. Warner & Co., who will cjilect all duos and pay all debta of P. A. Warner & Co. P. . WAGNER, CHAS. SADLER. Caraon, Nevada, May 7, 1573. m SPECIAL NOTICE. Great Redaction in Prices, owing to the decline in the Eastern IHarket. E. B. R A I L, OPPOSITi CAPITOL BU1L01NS, CARSON. Imprti:r autd wholekalg akd Retail Dealer in HAEDWAEE, Iron, Powder, Aves, Anvils, Coal, Fuse, Caps, Bellows, Rope, Wedges, Sledges Lace Leather. Shot, Vi?o, GLASS AHD CROCKERY WARE, Bar Fixture, Cluna Setfi, Lamps, Chandeliers, Mirrors, Laiitems, Etc., Etc, Etc Agricultural Implements, Plows, Harrow, Ileafiera, Mowers, Cultimt'jrs, Etc, Etc., Gang Plows, Wheat Rakoa, Paints, Oils I Brushes, Coal Oil, I"aint Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, White Lead, Rubtier Paint, Chemical Paint, Lurd Oil, Machuie, Castor, Neats tout Oil, Alcohol, Etc., Etc., STAVES. RAiiGcS, TINWARE, Medallion and Laurel Ranges, Ruck s and other Brands of Stove rU)upii, Iloae and Plp. Doors, Window, ISJiuda and Ol.n, Hood and Willow H'ure, Bird V a , I'ltttolrt, Cud. Curtri 'gel., ttater, Bui! 1 ea-i Plp, House Brass no Atoam Goods. r.wt:eU I'W.v.bfrr. Tiui.em to do rovfh,- and miua u..-t urii.tr of ail Ui:ids. Tin and iron Ware Sail and Get Fiices Cheap for Cash. "', S. B. RAIL. U G30GEBY. f1 a K CHOICE T A NI RAREST GROOSRZBS For family use con-itantle on hand. tTFor Nic Mnl (hinjfs Not to Be VovtmX KWw lit-re CO TO CHSNi- Y'S, A jreneral asortnient of the beat staple and ehoiee bt cents. 1'KICF.S To sFIT 1 HE TIME.-. ! Joll.V E. CHENEY, Adams Plock, Canton street, corner of Tt-leirraph .lanuary s, ISTs. ClIjKAI IETISTRY. f HKAP IIP- KtTIO in the human m.juth alwavs sianifv ! rjy poor work. Su.ail pay in anv taiiic- (ty ill nie can nevtr secure lirt-eiass talent, as is evinced in an oraiicnes vi oii!iiis. iptratK.iis Umjii the huraau subject, above everything else, should be performed bv aa ariiotie hand. All i.jKrati'.ii'j ptrionued by DR. BREWSTER, As is well knon n, wear this east, dwimr, iiowever, to tb stringency of lie times financially. The Ioctor propose to Drop th Prices of liU i p?iatloi, to auit ti pt rlud, mu1 fi-r April t.th. Tliat none may be debarred of his artistic ability April 14, 1S78. in VJLHELM SADLER, -PESUR I KKIITS, COMECTIONKltV. JELLIES, AM) C.WMO GOODS. A Full Assortment constantly on Band. Carson street, third door S'.uth of Spear Ktreet. Carson City, Ntiada. inhU SIO Reward! IST. ON' TUKSII1Y. MY 7h. IS?8. J between the Mountain House, on the Aurora Koad and Cradiehaun's Ilanch, a Akmoraiulimi IVmjW, c-jiuajii! in,' valuable paiiers. letters and some m. iiey. 'ihe Under will receive the above reward b leaving it at the Mountain il iiise on the Auioia road. 1; TEl'KY May 7th, 1-7.1. in iOTICJE. SKM.KU PJMI'Sf.S W1M. RK HK. eeived until MAY liuli, 87s. at the ofti.. . ik. . '' - u" -tai ..i At-iaua, for insurinx tb Mate Capitol ;,,iiii- i the sum ol 100.000. and the Mate Libra. y m uie s;.m ,.f i-r,.w f,.r one year from May ldli.l-.fr. Ihe Capitol Couiiiiiasioutrs reserve the rikht to reject any and all bui.s. K -roK,sals"will also be received for insurin-the Stat ap.u.1 iluiid.n- and Slate Library for Unns of two and three years from May llith, ls7a. u ll.v order of the lioard of Capitol Commissioners. r. - , J- AlINoK, cecretarv Ciu-Lon, May 5, lt-7s. td. O T I C E ! held in t'e hand'Th '11 b .B,lod hile th pK i. on i end",6 andln trees e 'iat" .?'".""" Y""'" T. C. Pucknsv, SeeretK!iON WATER Carsou, May 1st, la7s. '