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ttlSRAT JIARCn 19. 1HS2 The late Dr. Holland said that of all the advantages which camo to any young man that of poverty was the frreatest. Few men would wish to take advantage of the young man, pro viding that advantage be pcverty. There are so many impecunious tramps, loafers and had characters gen erally interesting Elko, that the citizens hive organized a chain gang and set the fellows at worlc, making them earn their grub. The streets and alleys are getting cleaned up finely. Minister Hamlin, having somehow ft rayed to a bull fight at Madrid, and after watching the proceedings for a while, said : "Those follows don't know how to handle a bull. Why, any farm er's boy down around Bangor would know enough to put a ring in tho crit ter's noe and hitch a slick to if. Then they could lead the beast around as handy as could be." A young man who sent his girl a t?rr dollar valentine on tlie 11th ultimo has been given the mitten. She told him the next time he called, that her father said, and she agreed with him, that a young man who would squander ten dollars out of his weakly salary for a valentine must have a soft spot in his cranium, and needed a guardian much worse than a wife, after that. He didn't stav long The Pennsylvania no longer pays the two-cent revenue upon its bank checks to employes. It makes the check read : "The Treasurer of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will pay at the First National Bank of Altoona to the order of," &c. This form of check has been declared exempt from the payment of tax by Revenue Commissioner Raum, and the large number of employes paid in checks make the saving considerable. A Brooklyn preacher says that nine tenths of the redeemed in heaven will be women. In such an event it wmild be difficult to convince the women that they were in heaven ; and if they don't attempt to climb over the fence and escape it will be strange. In Massachu setts there are twenty-five per cent, mop.' females than males, and the pre ponderance of women is not conducive to n pleasant state of things. A great many of them get "left," and fake to wearing spectacles and writing abstruse essays on "Formation of an Atom," or Fomething that way. Nttisfyinj the .Wajesfy f the Law. There is a Justice of the Peace out in Crosby county. Week before last he found a man guilty of shooting a bull that did not belong to him, and fined him $75. " Why, Jedge," said the doomed man, "I haven't got no seventy five dollars ; I can't pay no sich fine." "The State of Texas puts me in this office to find out a way to make men pay their fines. You will cut cedar poles until you have cut enough to sat isfy the majesty of the law, replied the Justice. "But, Jedge, what use has the State of Texas got for cedar poles?" "The State of Texas has got no use for eedar poles It's this Court who needs them cedar poles to build a fence. I'll take the poles and settle with the State of Texas for them." And the poordevil is cutting cedar poles for the State of Texas now. Texan Sitings. A Legal Kill I The Central Law Journal has the fol lowing on the honorable N. G. : "Gov ernor Ordway of Dakota has lately per petrated a legal blunder in his proposed use of the 'statute of frauds,' which de porves preservation as a joke in the misuse of legal terms. He issued a cir cular to the taxpapers in a county in that Territory where there was much talk about cert 'in parties having caused the illegal issuance of county bonds, and says : If the parties who had thus with full legal knowledge, wrongfully disposed of these outstanding obliga tions, wrongfully issued, failed to take them up, then the caunty should com pel restitution under the statute of frauds.' The absurdity of such a use of terms by a Governor strikes a lawyer as extremely comical. He might as properly have recommended recovery under the statute of limitation or under the statute of marriage and divorce." What the Surveyor Missed. A surveyor who was runninjj town ship lines in this State last Fall was en gaged by a rancher to survey the line between his ranch and that of a neigh bor. They had a line fence, but had engaged in several disputes as to whether it was on the divide. The surveyor was making preparations when the owner of the other ranch ap proached and inquired : " What are you going to do now ?" Find the exact line," was the reply. At this the man wheeled and went off on a gallop, and he was seen no more until the line had been run. The sur veyor and the first named rancher had just completed the work when the other came up to within ten feet of them and asked : " Well, have you got through ?" " Yes ; all through." "And is this fence a foot on his ranch ?' "No; he has two feet of your?, and the fence must be moved so that ycu can have it." The man sprang upon a rock, faced a clump of wiilows about live rods away, and veiled out : " You there Bill, John and Pick ! This survey is made and we are all right! You km snwuider them shot guns and go back to the s;:v mill, and if you m et the old woman coming up with tlie pitchfork, you kin tell her to turn baciv and jrit up a souar dinner for the survevor !" Eureka SvntiuvL That hacking cough can be so quickly cured hy Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale at Thaxter's. Will you suffer with dyspepsia and liver complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. For sale at Tliaxter's. Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. For sale at Tliax ter's. Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price, AO cents. Nasal In jector free. For sale at Thaxter's. Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold hy us on a guarantee. It cures consuirtion. For sale at Thax ter's. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzi ness and all symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 10 and 7" cents per bottle. For sale at Thaxter's. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price, 25 cts. For sale at Thaxter's. Croup, whooping cough and bronchi tis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale at Thaxter's. To BuhiiiCMH !Scn. A competent bookkeeper (single or double entry) and good business man, wants employment. Terms, reasonable. Apply at this office. m7 tf TWILIGHTS, ATTENTION ! M EMBEIJS OF THE TWILIGHT SOCIAL CLU1: are rc.jue.ted tu .meet at .lie Orso-i Optra House Tuesday Evening:, March Slst, At 7:30 n'clccic. A full r.t tendance i iie-ircl, 8 business f hppo turue wiii coiiie befo'e tlie ni.cTiii j. Ily order. W. L. TAYLOR, President. A. J. JIills, Stcre:arT. tnlV-td CEO. T. DAVIS AT THE OLD STAND, ES A VELV.SU KTOCIi OP GARDES AM) GRASS SEEDS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO WINES AND LIQUORS, In Large or Sir a' 1 Quantities, at THE LOWEST PRICES! Carson and Ctb Streets, Csrson, JSevatla A T A f1 u V n J BROS. FOR THE BEST MSB LATEST STYLES 13 CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS ARD SHOES, HATS APJD CAPS, Klc K it: - Ctc.. GrO rJE0 T7TK- ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE S FRANK BOSKOWITZ, Ccur.ty E?u;;!inff. Carson City, Novaclts. GOODS MAKKED !0S. THE 7 IY ill II! i ! LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS! bargains in Towels and Towel ings Bargains in Table Linens Banrains in Flannels Bargains in Dress Goods Bargains in Black Silks Bargains in Cloaks Banrains in Dohlmans Bargains in Carpets BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING A Full Lino of Groceries, Liquors, Hardware, Crockery, etc. Ei.oht TouBds C Sugar For $1.00 Seven " Crushed or Granulated. $1 .00 Six Cans Tomatoes Fur $1.0C Six Papers Coffee For $1.00 Tlie Hit Goods Must Go ! HARRIS BBOS. FALL AMD WINTER CAMPAIGN KOI' I K 1j & r 5, A. TT UK CONSTANTLY BECEIYIXO XEt laTolMH ortioMla at the COJf.'f'R OF CARSON A RD THIRD ST R E E.TS CiniwUe iL St. CUarU-e Elatd. Kow ic the time to examine their stock of FALL MD WINTER GOODS, Ootwisting of Hens', Tallin's and Boys' Clothing 0 ail the latcet and most approved stj aw Hals, Cain. Trunks, Yalises, I'.tr. GABSOM CITY SAVINGS BANK BA?4XERS AND BROKERS. CARSON CITY. - - - - NEVADA. .lACOR KLEIN President J t. FOX Vice President GEORGE T. TUFLY Cashier MIXING 8TO KB BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. fTUberal Margin! allowed on Approved Stocka.! Son Fraiuasoo Correspondent. ...... ......Homer S. King Careen, September 1. 1S77. S. L. KINO, M. D, FLORENCE H. KING, V. D DRS. KING & KING, JJHYSIC!ANS AND SURCEON3. Cfflet Exchange Clock, owl oppoaite Y. ft T. repot IN PUIN FIOUItJ'K. UMM & F.QTEWABE IH7SB2ALEE3 & STATIQSEfJL PICTURE FHAS.5ES A 5 P EC J I T. UW'i.T.lST!. tJ HAM) A l.liifiL AK SOKTMEKT UV JavroeTy, .pe-elselm, I v Glaaeea, Xovelii), TolIt op, rvrfuutcr;, Clareia, fclalioiiery. School and Clank RooAlh. "ta--a,rms and A rani aal lie a, li'Uitins Tckl, ArUaltt' ntrrial, OpLUal Ciod. Acieriean. feiugrvr, Tittv Ileuir, Cromt aaiil AalemaU hriiins HrbiiiA, New nhf(lr.;ul Tlllaou Ho k. j i'UBM and Organs at tl'f I.owavt l'.cli flret ejuA IVjt Uitaie I urDisUetl at bhort Motive. ive Kictal attrien te the delirrrr of puprtji a r irriKlMst)s. Kniik Uuilduig, ufpnntc i'at C fi.cr, oaa City, Neiaiia. juitSi John Rosser, tmi FOR ALL MAKKISD BEEF, MUTTON, SAILS ACHE, FANCY CUTS, PRIME ROASTS, TENDEIU.OLNl?, Ciixwoa Ht. fcetwerti 3d and 4lt M YORK BAKERY ! I KING STRKET. A i OMPLETi: i:sTABLIHtir.liT ALL KINDS OP ; C R A C K E RS Soda. L litter, Ooston. I'Pot. Wine, I'iriiic. Jenny LI ;in;;cr rinapx, Itreuu, I'les. Cake. Confcetioncrj-, I'tc. ANNUAL IfiEETlNF. 'pni: rinsT asm ai, mfktij or I the HtockhnUlr-ii of tin- Omniu m I'm cpin. i. Cmnaiiy of Aevuilu will bt- lul.l t the . Iliv i f Ou l aui p. n V. t'ii son i. iij, V vad.i. on Mouru . ilu JJ day of April, l.-si, at lo'u'c i k a. m . for li e '.' of a limnl of 'i r as.fos to ntre for toe niuin:J ar. and lb traa nC'i.m of aiuh bu.iiuj as iuu.v propnly ivuit bi.'ore lb njeeliar. inllt-.d F. FOin. Sieerftary. Dr. H. VV. STAUFFER, D r,XTIT-Hooiii 17. Arlinctoo HOUhF, Cartou City, Ntvuila.