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TUI KSBW 0 lOUKK 3K IHTtt A MISTAKE. Our evening contemporary is, as will some, times happen when in. iking a gues to the most truthful parlies, laburing under a mi take. If we are so fortunate as to secure the arvices of tho bent local editor in the State it rill be with the intention of making the Ar PKtL the West local paper iri the State. Mr. Maris will take charge ami bo responsible for that side of the p.ipor only. FRAN 'SlSXATJU SIIAIION, CISCO." ;an In looking over the Orinsby House register yesterday we saw anion.; Sunday's arrivals at that popular hotel : "Senator Sharon, San Francisco." The first two words worn in the "Name" coin inn, the latter two in the "Jtesi lence" column. What Sharon i We know of hut on Sharon entitled to the honorable pre fix of Senator, and as this one was elected to the United States Senate by a Nevada Legis lature firJ years ago on the supposition a Tiolent one, no doubt that he was a resident of Nevada, and not of Sin Francisco, it is hardly possible that the "Senator Sharon" reg istered as above is our Senator Sharon. And tken but this subject is confusing. We know that our Sharon formed a part of the ( ! rant boom in Carson, a modest part, it's true, and was only visible to the reportorial ye as the (J rant train moved out from tbe (arson depot, and then with bared head he ktood on the rear platform of the last car, and with characteristic modesty divided with Gen pmHSrant the honors extended by an enthu siastic multitude. Still the vail of mystery refuses to he lifted on this subject. Are the two Sharons, supposing that we have two, in i eality but one person, a sort of double-headed male Millie-Cluistiue i Or have we a couple of euro-enough Drotnio in a pair of Sharons ? The more we try to unravel this mystery, the doeper we seem to get in the mire of hopeless hef addlement. Congress isn't in session, is ii J Pshaw ! What are we thinking of If it was, wouldn't California's Senator Sharon we mean Nevada's Senator Snarui; be there in his seat ? Hasn't th ria! Senator Sharon been Nevada's Shark in the "Author's Carnival" at San Francisco as far as we can see is repre sented by the family of Ex-Controller Hobart ; but as they have resided mostly in Han Fran cisco we cannot boast very much because of the handsome compliments paid thum, which we copy as follows: In the Knickerbocker booth, nerr Van Tassel, the rubicund host, is represented by Mr. Cutting of this city. His proud and dig nified f.piise is Mrs. Hobart, the wife of the ex-Controller of Nevada, a charming woman with benevi.lent expression of face, and pi quant manner, who can scarcely open her lips without giving utterance to some funny or quaint conceit. In the Aihambra booth the Rose of the Al hambra is represented by Miss Clario Hobart, a lovely dark-eyed girl of lli, with a faint rose flush in her cheeks and regular expressive fea tures. She is deemed the very ideal rose, and will attract, many admiring eyes. The pau'e, Ruvz de Alacron, is D. Walton Tiirm inshain, a slightly-built young m m, with re fined, prepossessing countenance, and dark hair and eyes. The severe aunt, Frdigonda, is admirably personated by Mrs. Jane Flint, and Miss Nellie Honps. the gifted artist, rep resents the Spirit of the Fountain. Hiss Clario Hobart is the daughter of our ex Contioller, W W. Hobart, now editor of the leader, from which paper we have made the preceding extracts. Syniupate, Jitpitbr and Hodie aro spoken of as "good buys" at the present turn. The Martin White Company shipped for the week ending yesterday, bullion, vaiued'ut $8,04 1 1. Jack Irwin and others ate making arrange ments to nit up a L'O-stamp mill at the mouth of Dry Gulch, Osceola. Fraxk MoCoppix Wins His Sbat. After months of owl like reflection, the Supreme Court has at last, affirmed the judgment ren dered by Judge Daingertield in favor of the petitioner m the case of the I eople ex rel. Frank MoCoprin vs. A. M. Burns, to contest the seat if the latter as Harbor Commissioner. Under the ruling of the court, Frank McCop- pin has a claim for eight months' salary as Harbor Commissioner, whien is ?.,UlM a year. Pod. 4& 3 m rno IL' ii. B.1 IV 111 ma To insure good material, stipulate in all your Contracts for Painting that nothing shall be used except C. T. Raynolds & Co's Pure Paints and Oils. Painters .who use G. T. Raynolds & Co's Paints and Oils do the BEST AND CHEAPEST WORK, because PURE MATERIAL GOES FURTHER, LOOKS BETTER, and LASTS tuan snv StAv?e horses in Winnemucca are reported as having the epizootic, which was so preva lent among horses all over the country sis or seven years ago. Chiek Justk-b Cua.sk s g-ive at Oak Hill, near Washington, is marked simply by a block of granite, bearing only the record of his birih and death following his name. The Tybo Sun reports that a rich strike has hon made recently in the old Do minion mine, Hot Creek District, the ore be iuu full of horn silrer and assaying as high as $250 per ton. William Patterson, witose address is L iuis- notad for the regularity with which he has .ylt .Kentucky, is anxious to learn the pres- drswn his Senatorial jer item and the eiju.w rjularity with which he has failed to respond to the Senate roll call? Then comes another onsideration. Our Senator Sharon, it is well understood, is a candidate for re-election. True, his proverbial modesty may prevent his openly declaring himself a candidate for fur ther Sen :i tori ! honors, hut then his friends (0 will insisf- on if, and we can't for the life of us eo how he can refuse. The wear and tear on him physically and mentally, in the dis- fhargtof hij duties as a Senator from Califor nia - we mean from Nevada has been great, but even greater men than California's Sena tor off again, we mean Nevada's Senator hare made even greater sacrifices than we oi Nevada are asking at Sharon's hands. Reing a candidate for re election to the United States Senate, a striking illustration of the forcing process, it isn't likely that the Senator Sharon registered at the Oruis'oy e in be our Sharon, because our man can't possibly be a resident of San Francisco. Won't somebody help un tinglc us from this web of mystification into which Jvo have got f Thr late Queen-mother Christina of Spain left orders in her will that a sum of money should be appli id to the performance of 50(10 recited masses for her soul these masses to ba performed by poor priests in churches to b selected by h- r ciecutors. Her business, political and confidential papeis are to be sealed up in her secretary, and not opened for forty years after her death, and the testarix states that she so orders, not for her own con venience or fro ia any waut of confidence in ber children, but with view of delicacy to ward the many persons she has had political relationship with during Ler long and check ered career. Ih Maoon, Oa. , no child will be allowed at the public schools unless its father has paid a poll tax. Exchange. The enforcement of such an aria tray law as the abov would certainly work a hardship to tho children of the foroign element in any community, and have a tendency to lower ths standard of intelligence of the coming gener ation. Such a result might do in the South, tout it would not be tolerated in the far-seeins North, where an education is the a;oal for whose attainment the ambition of all youth is Erected. Coxsi.tbvcv. The Silver Stat in mention ing the fact that several Piute Indians were m the way to Carson as witnesses in the John Bradley case, makes the following appropo comments: "Tho fare to Carson is rer seven cents per mile, while the United States law allows witnesses nly five cents a mile each way. This shows the wisdom of -oar national law-raakers who authorize rail road companies to charge passengers ten cents p er wile, and allow witnesses only five cants per mil in traveling to and from the Courts." ent whereabouts of his brother, Matthew Patterson, who was on the Cont&tock when last heard from. Mi. II ayes, Webb HayeK and Miss Fannie Hayes have none to New York to attend the Weuuing of Gvi;ii! J. S. rulliii-ton, ui St Louis, and Miss Morgan, daughter of es Governor Morgan, of New York. The London Free met in points oiU that in February next there will be tive Sunday This fact occurs but three times in a century Thus, after ltsSO we shall have to wait until Ii'20 before the shortest month in the year c;u again boast of five Sundays. Ln.riKVANT Fakkow, just returned from a brilliant Indian campaign, leaves Portland this week for the "hie mountains with six regular soldiers. He will select twenty to forty Umatilla scouts, and be in readiness for the Spring campaign or emergencies. The Iiiver.iide Hotel at Snohomish City Washington Tenitory, was entirely destroyed by fire on the 24'h. A driver named James Poland was consumed in the building. The fire originated from the explosion of a coal oil lamp. At Minonk, Illinois, on Monday night, a mob of fifty men made an unsuccessful effort to take from jail Hannis Deboer, who ravish ed and caused the death of Miss Martin. He had fired the jail, burning it so badly that he had to be removed to Poona. This alone saved his life. James Lawsox, an old man living on ranch at Salmon bay, near Seattle, shot and killed himself on the 24th, in a fit of de spondency caused by having to vacate the land occupied by him to another claimant. This claimant, named Switzer, took posses sion on the 17th, but was notified by the settlers to leave. Maria Antoinette is charmingly described in the "Souvenirs of Mine. igee Le Brun, just published: "She was tail, admirably proportioned, plump, without being too much so. Her arms were lovely. Sue had small and perfectly shaped hands, and charming lit tle feet. She walked better than any woman in France, holding her head very upright, w ith a majesty which denoted the sovereign m the midst of her court, without this majestic bearing detracting in the least from the sweet- ne.nofherWh.JIBPect. The most CORNS, BUNIONS, HEADACHES, poninrl-i .!.- t hin'f fvnonr. nr t:ert urns tn hn - I ' 1 1 liancy of her complexion. I never saw any thing hke it. rrnnrru a ntTT1 enuT nPTJDn a t" i Trrru a t ht a Says the ktorf: Kniort: TT , ,, , , r, , y-, i ( A IJ. CURED BY BUYING YOUH- liaiiK itionti lunvo ieweii iiuui Lake Tahoe to Carson. This famous sfago- .l...... Iu3 It.it flwi vt-i-ii f iia f .-irt rf ita itinnh'ir on the box beside" him. It is reported that : EQOTB SHOEfR: lie once tola Horace l.reeiey, "Keep your seat Horace, 1 11 git yon thar on time. 1 his, haa-pvpr is mnrrt nr Iaks traditional. 1 1 an k - r IJ- l ill ( 'il ls a cnaracier, oi course. tie nas uiuic stare ever since there were any stages on the l acitic Uoast ana nas never killed a passen- : TTTf" TT" VT "V "TftvT"?r,s per. This is nartlv owins to the excessive fa-n m vst mtim- w u. .Ai, m t- care always exercised by Mr. Monk in driving, 1 . - ,1 i. 1 ! i i.utpnncipai.yionissw'ictiempeiance pirn- -K..-- nmftj- O M I PlftftT BRin ft I I ft r ft-ftnr-l p"- lirar-rn u.r i.uMi hi si ami nh h miiki-i 7- . I w wsa h w mm Vf ivi war H eor bsi V i mm U i In Front of tho State Capitc!, n n n on hi n n r n s n nue r ijHfiuft u r c n a nuuc. carson street carson city. Nevada. o o IIirn v"u will flnil the the UirirMt, finost and most oompletc st.iok ever before offered for sale in this city. lu o.l.lit;.... t f..rm..i. I j..., ......'.-...4 ......... . .. v. . L- j.:.. U- P. r.lKTilV Uxinri " " -' j ..-v . t . ....... ....v.. GRE-' ATT.4TIO?f FOR TIIKEC MHT!i OSIY1 300 DOZEN LADIES' AND GENT'S BOOTS AND H0ESv All of tbe Latest anil most Fanhioiiablo Stj lew and Iiel Quality. vhiuM sum ly of Also a large anil Thursday and Friday, October 2Sth, 30th & 3 1 St. Misses', IiBlaini's & Cliildreu's Hoots & lioes, Of nil Styles and QnaSitio. Tho wi-r!d -renowned ActrAS?, M:es W V A V K X I i If, I am also agent ( r the celebrated -strroRTKn tw- Ah English farmer's boy was recently killed Vy a peculiar accident. lie carried a aded pistol ia his trowsers pocket, and an other boy threw a stone which struck the weapon and caused it to go off, discharging the contents into the bowels of the yoth who ?rrud it. As immense amount ui pasturajje for stock, and the white sage which produces the honey, has been burned over at San Buenaventura, and some damage to fences, etc., is reported. The fire reached the high hills within half a mile of town, and its pro gress was then stayed. Some person set fire to Chinatown, Ventura, but the fames were soon extinguished. Derrrr Siiikiff Mabtix of Eureka is re ported as having been obliged to abanden the pursuit of Lopez, the murderer, althongh confident that he was but a few hours behind him, having been two days and nights with out feed, and his horse used up. Lopez' trail was very fresh, his tracks showing that he traveled part of the time barefooted, and at ether times his boot tracks showing. Thropgb the efforts of Joseph Waason, who has been engaged in the work for a long time, the remains of W. S. Bodie, after whom the present Bodie district was named, were found on the 20th, one mile southwest of Bodie. Deceased was one of the pioneers and the original discoverer of the mines of the district, and perished in a snow storm on the 14th day of November, 1850. Ho is be lieved to have been a native of JNew Tork State. 7. 23 33 INT JE3 And the entuw Calif urn ia Theater Company from San r raJieiscrt. : BUKT'S & CANFIELD'S BOOTS AND SHOES. ; Now on hand a larjye stock of Sandals and Toilet Slippers Which will De sold at reduced prices. Also eu4 Alliirator Itoota and FiiirliHh Walking filioot, in Five liflVrcut St v let. o V.'ill sell (fund at San Fraix isco prices atvi Wm. n idirm, r.. Mimical Conductor, who will 1nrier the VPiiiii;j perform lim releJratei Violin SoIih. Come evervtiod and examine before im rehashing elf e here. 'rom 10 to 20 irr cent, cheaper than any house in the tit v. Ladies' ami Oeiits' Kino Hoots and Mxes made to ordjr at short notice and on reasonable terms. A I am noself a thorough nieclianie, and have hal twenty odd years of extensive experience in tiwj siioe husieess. I cannot he deceived in (roods, and 1 guarantee that I will not deceive my customers. I Miieerely thaifc the people of this city and surrounding vill:ijfcs for their kind palronai-e. llespeetfullj'i tf m. ClLl.lfiAN. HT5ti:firtay. ertohrr 2s)h, THE LACY CLANCAKTY. SAVE YOUR MONEY TSiuri laj , October. or jjstjh shohe. -ASD- AT- Our C. T. DAVIS, Co St. RNER streets. SIXTH AND CARSON T H l'riilaj, Ortobor JW, WEW M A C C LER OLCOYICH BROS Oiltc at itn1 usual ji :te SiiUs at the bos -irfie Keserved THEY KKKP TOB Adnmt rilcck, NortU Carton Stieet, 3 JSS lu 7 3- O O X oahson" o x -sr. TIIE- ihZmT AM OLDEST HOUSE III THE STATE. 'rwiE I'XriKKSlGNFD WISHES TO CALL THE AT I tention of the public .o the fact that he is better I prepared than ever to till yll orders percainii. to bid busi ne&4. 1 am prepared to furnish hilk i:nt:.ti. ebow. nKi;.ii, FltKXH hbi;ai. KOLI.S. Bl'XS. Xjtatost Stylos -AND- HAYE THE GREATEST SELSCT1&S And everything of the kind Also alwin s on hand fresh wn to the businuaa. OF- PIID3 and 0.33L33 Of all descriptions THE FINEST SELECTED AND FRESHEST STOCK OF CONFECTIONERY IN THE CITY. Dry Goods & Clothing BOOTS AND SH0S, IN THE WHOLE STATE. tVans and Frown Bread frdered Friday, will be de v-ed to any part of the citj fcunday morning-. -i" II. NCIIEIItER. I'ropriPtor GOOD TE31PIRS' tT IS YOUR INTEREST TO TRADE WITH OLrCOVICIl BROS. Carson October 24 157S. GREAT EXCITEMENT I A NNIVERSARY BALL - TO BE GIVEN AT CARSON OPERA HOUSE. ON- Friday Evening, Nov. 7th, 1879. M17SIC BT THE DAVIS FAMILT. rirhpts S3 OO (Admitting Oeutleroan and Ladiea.) Telegraph Cigar Store, X. T. FABREIiI, lToprietoi T t GKAPHIC tick, and siieeulatins' as to how much you were out by not havinj Bodies or Comgtocks during the laust deal, you may nnd relict hi sinking the block shop, grttinj; the ear or the man behind the relej niph Cisrr Store counter, and tryini some of fiis lmportd ciinurg. fine flavored chow ing tobweo, etc. Or if not in on the lat G It RAT CROWDS OP PEOPIK ON tantly rtuhinjr to tho la rye Clothing Store oi KOPPEL & PLATT Comar of Carson and Third Streets, opposite the St. Charles Hotel, CAB305 ITT NEVADA. To view and purchase of their mai-niflcent stock oi FALL AND WINTER GOODS, C6K8!SHS OP Men', Tooth' anil Boya Clothing, Of all tbe latest itylea, Hats, Cap, Trunks, Vahsea, Shlrte. Collars i.tc, Ktc. oRtltf ARLINGTON HOUSE. TORTB rBSOX STRRUT. CARSON CITY, NEVADA Oifort laiM freli mid w-ll-soI''tfMl h(oU of Groceries, Provisions, Cxoc3i.ory, G-lasswaro , Tinware, Flour Grain, Hay :R.ojpo, I'owclor, Fuse, Xjimc, Oils, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY, Harine leaned this well-known hriek hnU,li T c.-rm r, and not ready for the bnperted ltutarr, at the I mr friend and the puhlic in jfcneral that it will be kont this TAHijb win De WKxtnd to iion in the 8tate Telesraph Cigar Stoic u cau get A DAISY OF A BIT CICAR. Alwai an hand smokers' materials; including meer- erhaums, brierwood aud other varieties of pipe, amokiajr tobacco, pipe stems, cigarettes, cigarette paper ; and in short, everything to be founa in a fiist-cIaM esiabllshmeat of the kind. Teiesrrauh CLrar Store. Onasbr Buildinr. are street Caru. jjQ THE BAB wiU be supplied wiU tke bent brands t3TQood eooks auU niUleaaanlr waiters have been se Wines, Liquors and Cigars, cared. As aa eld resident at Cbnen Cltv. T aak aad amot share of public patrooaf e. My iutentim is to attend porvoo m ui wanie er say amcrca. ti. r. IHILI rrspnetvr. As well as everjthing else kopt by of btuineSH. ny hmwe in his line Veexls delivered in any part of Hj I'ree of bavrs;. CLISE BUYERS ESPECIALLY vetiU INVITED.