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FBI ft AT I)EHBCB 10. 1881 Eureka thieves. .. is troubled with overcoat Six Girls is the title of the latest novel. It is expected that a sequel en- t tied "Our Broken Gate" will soon be issued. : F : ; A person just returned from a wife hunting expedition .to Utah describes the land of the saints as "a place whtre an American is a stranger 'and a Jew is a gentile." . Alf Doten. for many years editor of the Gold Hill JVeus, whose friends in this city may be counted by the bun dreds, retires from that paper under the new management. Synopsized opinion by tlie Court : 'The defendants are dismissed. The Court finds that they stole a large amount enough to entitle them to re spect. Call the next case." Jay Gould ought to be reasonably happy. He rides on his own railrads( reads his own newspapers, and has just bought a new opera house, and will doubtless listen to his own music. A Canadian paper says that Canadian girls make better wives than pny to be found on this side of the border. "Let 'em come over then." says the Buffalo Courier, "and tret hnsbands worthy of them." In the island of Uornco no young man is allowed to pay his respects to a maiden unless he has taken off tiie head of one or more of his enemies. In this country "putting a head on" one's ene my is considered the correct thing. A Philadelphia newspaper, which is not an admirer of the big hats now corairur into fashion thus advertises them : There is an ugly girl's club in Philadelphia. The members are great theater goers. They maybe known by the big hats they wear. AJStary tbat Scoville Was Gnlteau's Crime Warned of George P. Marsh has been Minister Resident of the United States in Italy since 1S61 continuously nearly twenty- one years. A war has been fought, slavery has been abolished and five ad ministrations have passed away in the meantime. Baron Rothschild left $400,000,000. That is the trouble with the riches, they have to be "left." And yet how the world works and quarrels and fights for possession which makes a million aire to-day of the man who to-morrow may be invited to a journey and a country in which neither gold nor bonds are a legal tender. The Humboldt Library of Popular Science contains the best works of the great modern scientists, Tyndall, Hux ley, Spencer, Procter, etc. These works, formerly sold at prices ranging from $1.50 to $2, may now be puichased in the "Library" form for the very mod erate sum of 15 cents each. J. Fitz gerald & Co., Publishers, 143 4th Avenue, New York.- Ftnr JleHsajjrs on One Wire. S. F. Alta. The Montreal Telegraph Company have now in full operation the instru ment bv which four messages may be transmitted over the same wire at the same time, two operators working at each end. Yesterday the " quad " was tested on a number 9 (small size) wire, and worked successfully over a distance of 385 miles. Several well-known United Statos telegraphers were apprised of the result, and they agree that it was a marvelous feat on so small a wire, The instruments will soon be in work ing connection with all the leading points, and the result expected by the company is that delay will be reduced to a minimum. The difference between the time taken by the message on the wire on the old system and the new is extraordinary. The company hopes to make thd public service very much bet ter now, as carte blanche has been given to introduce any improvement or supe rior appliance into their service. Washington, Dec. , 13. Congress man Strait of Minnesota has received a telegram signed by the Postmaster, Sheriff and two prominent citizens of St. Peter, saying that there is a woman in that town who had been a servant in" the family of Mr. Scoville, Guiti'au's brother-in-law and counsel, last May, and that she had beard the possible murder of G2neral Garfield discussed by members of the family at that time. Mr. Strait placed the telegram in the hands of the District Attorney and vouched for the responsibility of the persons who had signed the message. It has beea privately reported here for some time that Guiteau had com municated to the Scoville family his in tention of killing the President some time before the 2d day of July, when j the murderous shot was fired. The story goes that Guiteau wrote te hi sister, Mrs. Scoville, prior to the 2d of July announcing his purpose. Scoville was absent from Chicago at the time and his wife telegraphed for him to re turn immediately. Three telegrams were sent him and forwarded, payment guaranteed, eight miles from the near est telegraph oiiice into tlie country, where he was slopping. He returned to Chicago, and arrived there almost at the moment that the news of the assas sination was telegraphed through the country. Withour going home, he took a train which left within an hour after the shooting for Washington. When he arrived here he said that he had started from Chicago, having business to transact before the Patent Office, and did not contemplate being confronted with such a calamity. That the Sco villes should have concealed their pre vious knowledge oi the assassin's in tentions after the shooting is not strange. Accepting the theory that Mrs. Scoville desired her husband to return from the i country on the 1st of July because Gui teau had informed her of his intention it is reasonable to infer that, if Scoville had been in Chicago on that day, know ing the assassin's idiosyncrasies, he would have telegraphed here to have Guiteau arrested, and the calamity might have bsen averted. He Changed the Xotew. A vnnnff lafliT a-avj Hoi iii'nnnir man" a beautifully worked pair of suppers, and he acknowledged the present by sending her his picture, encased in a handsome frame. He wrote a note to send with it, and at the same time re plied angrily to an oft-repeated dun for an unpaid for suit of clothes. He gave a boy ten cents to deliver the packages and notes, giving explicit directions as to the destination of each. It was a boy with a freckled face, and he discharged his errand in a manner that should give him a niche in the temple of fame. The young lady received a note in her adered one's hand writing, and flew to her room to devour its contents. She opened the missive with eager fin gers, and read : "I'm getting tired of your everlasting attentions. ' The suit is about worn out already. It never amounted to much, anyway. Please go to thunder." And the tailor was struck utterly dumb when he opened a parcel and dis covered the picture of his delinquent customer, with a note that said : " When you gaze upon the features, think how much I owe you." When the unfortunate young man called around that evening to receive the happy acknowledgment of his sweetheart, he was very ostentatiously shoved off the steps and over the fence by the young lady's father, and in the morning he was waited upon by his tailor's lawyer,and imperatively ordered to settle or 6uffer. That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it Will you suffer with dyspepsia and liver complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured' by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price, 50 cents. Nasal In jector free. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price, 25 cts. Shiloh's Cough . and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzi ness and all symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Croup, whooping cough and bronchi tis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. iLrflPTrni as FOR THE BEST AMD LATEST STYLES IN CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, AND ICtc. . . Ktc ICtc., GO TO rrJESLZS- ONE PRICE FRANK CLOTHING STORE S BOSKOWJTZ, County BuHcUng, Carson City, NevaCa. GEO. T. DAVIS Offer to the Trade or Ooptmmein Most Liberal Bargains AS A NEW AND FHK.SJ1 STOCK OF II GROCERIES PROVISIONS. NEVADA KEG AND ROLL BIITE8, OLD WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TJBACCO, DRIED AND PRESERVED FRUIT, CHAMPAGNE AND SWEET CIDER, EAST CREAM CHEESE, NEW SVGAR CURED EAST BASIS AND BACON. GOO:DS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. OLCOVICi Brothers, SOUTH KT., CAS03, 3EV1DA H AT if J 1Mb J- UtCEITED A LAHUZ IN twice or a6ext fok the best brands of Giant and Blasting Powder! For Fuel or Blacksmiths' Use. "8 81 PER 10O POCADS. Corner 6th and Carson Htm., Carson City GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO OF TIIE CITY. ANY PART dell TO THE PUBLIC H AVISO RENTED TUB DUFFY DAIRY I WILL SELL IP uro Frcsli Tvr-ntg Hoots and Slioes, Men's Skoes, LfSidieV Shoes, Misses' Shoes, Children's Shoes IN ENDLESS VARIETY. WE CAARY THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK AND Deliver the Same Morning: and Evening, Those with younir children, or delicate nersnns nm'nc milk diet will do well to order ONE COW'S MILK frosnmp and thereby avoid the numerous complaints occRskmed from the use of mixed milk, i do not pay $100 per month for swill and malt so aa to sell my customers slop milk. The eows are all health v and feed either on meadow ansa or auaua nay. j. w. DllTi sepf TELEGRAPH CIGAR STORE J. V. FABRELL Propria toi. A Haarebrusher. Washington, December 15. Major W. H. Wasson. one of the veterans of the late war, a Republican of Nevada, has arrived in the city with his family and leased a house on Capitol Hill. He is urged for a prominent position in the administration. Attempted Assassination. Tombstone, remember 15. An un successful attempt was made to assassi nate John P. Clum, Mayor of the city, last night. A band of armed men fired on him while he was on the stage cn route to Tucson. The driver was wounded and one of the horses killed. ' t I !j1 t iir. ,ium escapeu wunoui injury. There was no attempt to rob the stage. The assault is supposed to be an out growth of the recent cowboy tragedy, since which threats have been made against the life of Clum, the Earp brothers and Holiday (who were en gaged in the tragedy), Judge Spicer, City Marshal William and others. Parties are cow in pursuit of the as sailants. SPRING BRAND CF CIGARS NOW COM IN6 IN. CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE. NO CIO ; 8310 THAT ARE NOT WHAT THCY CiAIM TO BE- Von try and Jade lor jonrself. All KIND3 OF S.sHWd AND CHEWINO TOBACCO, PIPES AMI SMOKERS' OUTFITS. Telegraph Cigar Store, Ormibj Building, Carson S. L. KING, 11 D gJOMEOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN AMD Ml'RGEOX, Officr Carson street. F&sseiiger Depot. opposite Virginia & Truckee seis Eastern Hud-smd Kid Button Boots for Ladies, io the State, At Lower Rates than Ever Before. - a Lao Gents' Hand-sewed Boots and Shoes OF THE BEST EASTERN MAKE. Call and Eunla, E afore Pnrcbaaing ElMwkire. OL.COYICH II It OS. FALL AND WINTER CAMPAIGN KOPPEL& P JL ATT HE fOSSTASTlT RECEIVIKO SEW Invoice of Goods ait (be CORNER OF CARSON AND THIRD STREETS Opposite the St. Charles Held. CAGWIN& NOTE WARE KWSDEAURS & STATI05ERS. Scliool Boolts. PICTURE mtMS A SPECIALTY. tO.VSTAX?LV ,x HAM) A t.AtWV. A! sunrnor or Jewelry, Mpeetaclra, fcre GLiMHcn. Xoveltiea, Yankee Xotiomt, Toilet tap, Herlmnery, throinos, stationery. School and Blank Boobs. Fire-arms anil Aramu iition. Fishing Tactile, Artiats' Material, Optical Ctoods, American, aintrvr, Xrw Home, Crown and Automatic Sewing Haebiuea, Kew Wheeler and M'llson 2"o . Piaaas and Orrans at tbe Lowest Rates. hect and took Mums urnighcd at buortAotioc. Will (rive special attention to the delirerr of nancni m.o1 periodicals. Briuk Building. owuutiUj 1'uvt LU.cr ir CUy, Xevada. le5tf CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT SB PROPBIETOBB, OHMSBY CARSON C1TT, NEVADA SUABP BRUTHi:UN, Proprietor ioudoum m mm most pie&santlT ana centrally located in the city, being: near tbe ivincitial business haiiam ui fi, State Capitol. The Culinary Department is under the manat'emmit I experienced heads, and no expense will be spared Ic si.t -plying the table with the best the market affords. J. W. SHARP (formerly o the Revere House Ni, California), Uannager. Kow is the time to examine their sleek of FILL MD WINTER MODS. Consisting of Hens', Teuih's and Boys' Clothing Of an tbe latest and most approved str lea Hats, Caps, Trankit, Valises, Etc THE ORMSBY HOUSE Is the headquarters for all the stage lines leaving Carst n Transient Rates $2, $2 50 and 3 Meal 50 cents caJ 15 John Rosser. MEAT FOR ALL MANKIND CARSON CITY SAVINGS IV. NK BANKERS AND BROKERS. CARSON CITY. - - - NEVADA. RICHARD KIRHAJI President JMXJB KLKIN Vice PresiJont CtaOKflB IV LY Cashier SOU) STOCKS DOOOHT AND ON COMMISSION. yUara! lUrgtns allowed est Approved Stocks. f4 San : Carsem, Beptsatsr 1, M77. Homer S. Kins BEEF, MUTTON, SAUSAGE, FANCY CUTS, PKIME ROASTS, TENDER LOINS, Carson Ht. between 3d and 4th LADIES' HAIR DRESSING DOXE BY MRS- ANNIE GRAHAM, Cor. Xevada and 4th ttta Carnon. AH orders for Hair Work promptly attendtd to.