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TUUIWDAV MAY 3. 1S7S THE BABY OPERA. Tlio littlo Kindergartener wore greeted last night by a large and most appreciative udienco. They acquitted themselves bo well th.tt wo fool tliat wo are unequal to the tank of mentiuuing names, especially in view of the fact that we did not tako notes; however, we must beg tho privilege of speaking of the prologue, spoken by little Georgie Hunter, droesud in tho costume of the olden times. His manner of delivery would h ivo done credit to a child of much older growth. We heard many cominondatoiy remarks and feel sure that everybody went away pleased. Cer tainly all tho mothers must have felt them selves repaid for their trouble and natural anxiety. Miss Babcock deserves much credit for the time and patience she and her assist ant, Miss Martin, must have bestowed upon theae wee ubjects of Mother (loose, to have gotten them so well up in their parts without the presence upon the stae of any grown per on. W'e trust that Miss Babcock realized nomething handsome for tho hem-tit of her school, for she is a most enthusiastic and painstaking teacher. THEA'l IMCAli. Tho colobrated Union fvjuaro Company will apear at the Carson Theater next Mon day evening. The Sacramento Record-Union ays: We h ive had here many exhibitions of the emotional and sensational in the drama, but Renerally with sunviimiirgs which have proveutcd the illusion by making painttiily apparent the broad chasm between mimicry and realism. Rarely indeed is t in stage graced with that union and harmony of exce. Icnco in tlie whole troupe, which makes com plete the dramatic picture, iiuinhed in all its parts, appealing with its irresistible emotion;. 1 power, not to the sense, but to tho intellect as well a; to tho heart. The "emotional ' school mi styled winch is m very far from being tho highest development of tile drama, or the broadest lieid for dramatic art, et being taken as it is, htlbrds scoe for a degree of as killfii! dramatic eli'i.i t a.s tile greater druiud. With this m view tho rojent com pany evid ly does not measure its duty In he chaiacler of its Uisk, but applies tiu saine carnul ciTm-i to liie eiuoiioaaia:i'i sensational Orania which U would if ii;olded for loiaci nn.irr.L:-i.r I!. t . r - . 'o.i.l ,!oinr o.oi. (k'icntiously and thoroughly well what it has to do it h:ts the wi-rk in hand to tint L-vtl which ctcolloiico always oceiiies. The aih't rit of tho Union Square company :.;!cd liie !;!' lie, which is treated to tf tiiucli, i"A tile si. -.ge, of a titodiocrc eliarr.cter, an aj'p. ti.'ing !;iiu:p.-c of tho po.saibibties of t!ie civ.niii w !:eii c ui r.litted to practiced and cultured at lists for realisation. "i',:c play of Li.-.; t veniug was the onsational lnolodratn "A Ce!e!rafed Case. It wu witnessed by a briiiiatit audience, and will be presented again this evening. The l.ittoriiD? roevi t urn of the co'ut'a'iv !:i -t ni'iht trail a strong evidence of ihe willingness cf this Ci;inniinity t p.itroniz. meritorious ;er fonuances, and its keen appreciation of real writ. TJ Cakk ! BiWAUK ! T lie re is ; hole ia the pavement on the east fide of ir.on street, just below the corner oi Spear street, snd a board strung actors u v.arn w.ufaieis f the yavririig preci; ice awaiting their noii- xpoctant fi?et, and the rest of their bodies, ii they happen to tumble in. It is cut out to Biake way for the new Theafer and allow team to pass and repass in hauling lime and stone, and cement ami liunlx r and things on to the lot. Everything was in readiness yes terday and the groaud was hroken. it is the intention of the Committee to push light on and complete the building. Contracts have been let and the teamsters are at work. This will bo good news for theater-goer.?, dancers and sliowtiu ii. H. gentleman of the strictest veracity, tvlc came down from Virginia on the train last eea n,:, informed us that the gieatest ex citetnout lirevailed upon the 'iatform ac Gold Hill when the train passed that point. The cauno of tho aamo wim adrfiiu;' utteinpt at highway robbery. While Wells IViiry was htamliii beside the ba'ijao truck waitotj; for tho train, a pickpocket from tho East went through him ft.rall he had, to wit, vialy, that ij to say: one toothpick, a half paper oi tobacco, one short bit (borrowed) ami a iist o probable delegates to the Storey county con vention. Vie lis was highly indignant ami was talking about six ahooters and things. The tietuctivea aro on the track. Mayo ha some pleasani oxpmeucM in hii duty of taking the list of p.t.'Senge.s on tho traiu. The other uight he eucoiiutered a lady from the Emerald Isle who remarked, "are you the gentleman wh at writes for the papers I don't know? Sure I read 'eui this moi-uiu', leaatwise mo cousin Dinnis read em to me, and ye put mo iu Mrs. Sure I'm not a misses at all. Divil a man was ever tied to me. I d have ye knuw it's a Miss I am and I'd have ye put it dowu that way in the pa;ers with your pencil and book laniin'. Sure ye don't know the respectibiiity of the people ye write about. Do ye nioiud that uow." Mayo wilted. Cole C. Athertou has accepted the nomin ation for Trustee of the Firet Ward." SHUT DOWN FOR REPAIRS. From last evening's Chronicle we learn that "As the various shifts went on at the Con. Virginia mine yesterday, 150 men, all told, wore notified that from this date their services would bo no longer needed. This wholesale discharge is due to the necessity of reparing the machinery at the C. and C. shaft and of relinibering and straightening the Con. Virginia shaft. The C. and C. machin ery stopped to-day, and the work of repairing and putting heavy disks on the cranks of the engines was commenced. This will require only thirty hours, after which the machinery will start up aain. Then the Con. Virginia shaft will be shut down, and the work of re pairing commenced. The shutting down of the Con. Virginia shaft involves the stoppage of the fine now (iO stamp Con. Virginia mill of :00 tens daily eapaeh y. The mill -vas built with the special o'd ct of handling the ore economically. A it ;i.t raised to the surface, the cars were rolled on a covered tramwav to the top of the mill, where it was dumped into chutes dow n which it fell to the batteries. This sav-d a!! handling and freightage or at least 54 a ton. But as ore cannot be delivered at the mill in any other way, it must remain closed until ore is again hoisted th'on-,di tho Con. Virginia shaft. About 40 men are thus thrown out of employ ment at this mill. tho'- bafts will be made at the Con. Yindni i mine during the next few day?. The nuno'cr laid off will be about two hundred." Tkaiv Itf.m. A'noicj th - d -I i-hires for the bay last evening e noticed Mis. J. P. Jones ot okl inn, ;irs. .ins. i.. fair aim Mrs. Foreman of Vtrgi li a and (letil. O. H. LaCJrange of San Francisco. Governor Adatv.s returned from Virginia and .1. A. Bruni.H'j" was on bo;nd on route for the eas -ern counties. Governor Bradley, ex-Governor Blase.el and Frank Kenyon cf the Esmer alda Herald arrived by the tJain vesterd .y lnorp.ing. The people who c uue by train ought to feel highly flittered. Tho p affirm brigade is larger than usual. Cut at the North Calhoun mine, over in the neighborhood of the' Spanish dam, things ate beginning to look like business. .Met. a gen tleman trem there last evening who informed us the reek is turning out rich Mid they are building a large furnace for redaction busi ness, which is a great thing in its wav. I: is 1;. llli cor.Rtrncted under the loll ( f an h' ne!:er from tlie iiul : in- a very cm.; Eureka CniS' ''icaU-d , ;i!ete tme. It :I! take ,ver l-u.-h; start it mi the ( ':ir ( i'i.r!ai:ej mipert i'i -c nrer : ren are iiiv( t. liie h:i itver: isin' There has ie.-n ;e m tile woe .il lterc.ts on t:.e 'titer .-Hte lie (l.i hi- tr.u'k. aT: 'J in V an d:-;. t. (v. and ii:t..'ha-.e a' Wau. See advertidemeii: din,!y. ?ti c' 3 are o'.X (if th"SJ three w.tnlii oentaiti any m ws) and evvryli;dv' in deip.'!ld-'tlt. Why did lit I se!!.' a.id hi low ::-e lhe .lin? are the conundrums which re.u.vtii im-au.-.verel on the street. Wo ive ii If there- is any one thing tliat tlie foKNtN Aitkaf. e m do Letter than smother, it is to print, at the most -) .-.terou.-i- lov rates the shimiiii':' tau'e so much needed ly the tneri-antile eouiniunity. HI SIMM'S t'AKDS. The MoKXisti ArrriAL job oliiee will print professional and busine.is cards at rates ridic ulously low. Even spiiiatji's and children yet unwearied cry tor tl.em! in 1. 1. ii: ik. Tho MoRXlNi: Aiteal ollioe (which ij jdu- vided with tho most, extensive assortment or book and job material in Nevada), will print bill heads, on the finest and best of paper as cheaply as mento. thov can be pio.jiKvd in Sacra KILLS OF i til ;. Our strong suit, (if we may be indulged in the expression), is the printing ot bills of fare. To speak after the manner of the profane and gainblesonie, we beat the deck on bills of fare. As to price, that is a m -re sec mdary con sideration. PH. H. C. SHEETS. l.'-.trson. 1IR. W. L. WAOAR. I eno. SHEETS fpg& WAGAR i i-c is; t i s t . Dr. Sheets will locate in 0;iron f r the purpose of prac-tieiii"- I 1 1 1 i -i ' t-. and iil doihe 1 -st worfc khohii to the urt. " OtSii-e lit lh' .llortuii ilonsc. aplrm 9 in the liiimun moutli always ai;;ii.fy 'JjjUSdr poor work, iiiiiail iiy in airy c -iac- 'i'ltf ilv in me cm li-ver secure lirst-eas. a. en., iw ii evia ed in an br.iiiohe ( business. p. rniiuns iijoii the liumaii sabjv-ct, above everything eis , noon d be panurmed by an .irliae'huiid. All opL-rutiiiiis perfomud by B ti W S T a W , As ia well lcivmi, wear this cast. 'win;, however, to the stringency of the times financially, i he ' oct'T pr M'- ' "P 1 PcI hi. .p ati- - P"r' O't ' il l i f i- 4 ii i I5t l That notia may be debarred of hia ariiHtjc ability. April 14, lo7S. in TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCH San Francisco. February lh-ll A. M., 1879. i To OI.OOVICH BROTHERS I I bought this day a Bankrupt Stock Of THiRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, thirty cents on the dollar. Coods wi!l be up there in thirty days. Sell all Goods Below Cost to make room for This Tremendous Stock, and give the good psopte of Carson the benefit of this Purchase. HERMAN 01C0VICH. ABOVE EXPLAINS ITSELF. I. A OIKS. 4Ve Shall Sel' Good in Accord. nr with abir Or lnr. pkick no onjt-cr. Take ail vantage of tills lluro rhanct, fi-hl.-l PIAJO TUfiSC! Mil, JACOI5 ZECIS Annmiitoos that he will he in Cirs'.-n about MAY 13, 1873, ud romfuu for scvend days. Purtit-s d.irin to have HI AXON rOHKEC'TLY TlXtn Will have an iijvrtuu:ty to wute ins services. M.-.y il, 1S7S. tf OTICE. There will he held a (tegular ''onimmii r.Uin f the Nela lAdj;c Prriv;i-!i, No. a, Frl lay. Jlay .15, IHTS, At Miionie Ha1!, c.itinicncin at 7::0 r. Aii lin-mlK-r.-and s j"urnitii; l.ielhren m O'Hi 8;am!m are rtkiiiebt-Hl w he pre- ciit. Pv order. t.K.D. r in li., T -. r.-. (.;.-. M . J. A. JoivthON. K -. Ste'.y.'. ajv.'iud NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. 11 MK V I . M - I 1 Mi !' ni -T C h-MdiT of t'--: Virginia an I TruekiV lv.ii'ro.id C" anv wiil ho held a t'le orticj of th-- o-'inpiuv. 1m ir-i.ii:i ity. N'evaia, on Ti'HSUAV. the K. t"il I'..ICN'1'II HAY Jt'" MAY, ls7i. at 12 o-. k-'. m. aji-wl W. M. TH. iKNTt'N, Seere: -r . oUiL LUiJiH OlOE S. 1 v . (i v m v t o roMP.vi ' 'i ' aim:.V s:.f i::; f t'i. at c'h.!.!-.'r "f thf & C'r.pany be heia i he t.ifi.v ot J. W, llnytiie eo. '-'jrn.ii Oily, on ' linriday, "lay Jui", 1"7-. j At 10 o'c'k a. v., f r the t o'.'to.n . f T'.ls:(-- f"r "Iil i Li'.'iir.,' y .ir, ur.d t! fc-:!: -n oi sJcli 4-lher hiisin. ,t?. JH.'.V 0 'Pie th-lY'lV t':".-!ll la- order of the Rrd of Tni-tee". y. FORD, Se-r tary. t'intoii City, Xev., April 1st, iss. r. ' DISSOLUTION OF fART i'-Sl?. HT. IlliVMMi nnrt V. M. lll'T, ilnin--9 husinej at the Lake Tiiioe l.:ni'her .ir.i. uii.i. r ihe rtnn n.uiif-of Inmiiin,' it H'rot, dis-olve partm r-l.ip thin d.iy by mutual eonsent. II. T. 1'unninir wi:l eolleot .lii hills due to and pay ail d.T.lu.iLls a.-.oit t: e olil t;,ni. The btifiiic."-. nil! ! eontinne.i at the :d place bv K. M Hunt, as sole proprietor. I rs.-n City, April lofh, 1s7-. ii LAKE TAHOS LUMBER YARD. W M lll'N'T, Snci'cor lo Dunniii DF.ai.KK iv- Clr anl I'omiiinn I. timber of 11 Kind Sit ; n;le-. c ieu.ts. 'If.nl 'irty. Do l ittdow i itil . '.ni'!. , JS.xti, Etc. Ic. I- U- , Wiil ruivavor to sust:xi!i the rerut.ui !! t!i yard has aiais enjoyed, and iiop. s t- re t,-e ot its fornit r customers. Car -on City, April luth, lb7S. in s old established :i t- tiie patron G-ttNGE CF FHOPJiETO ISH P. I1I1IS IS TO NO'KV 4 11. W OI IT f may eoneern that Sin ' Yuen h is j.M a'l iiis interest. rinht and title in ilu- (lener.tl Mere'iandi -iu and l'r.u Business in thN city t Maw Yo & Co.. ao will in future eoniluet the same Carson, April 1S7S. 3d U I G It K X T K O T H K P ONEfR SOAP FAG DRY, I will manufacture the beet qualitv of hsmical Olive Soap. Sal Soda and Washing FOivoe'S, And il! supply the public on most ra:iiable tenns J. W. DUFFS Carson, Septennler ;t, ts77. PROPOSALS. t?K4T.KI PRilPIMl.' TS PI1V-I' 14 V iTi having diploi. omas from Mefii v.'.l Colleges and Institutes, will be received at the Clerk's Oltiiv, up to I t ur . mV 4 l7H. 4 o'clock p. M.. for ir.ejiea! treMnnt :itJ medivin.-s f .r the indigent -iek of tlrm l,y t.'ouipj, tor the term of o;u year from ayt, 137S. By .-rdur tile P.o:'rd of Comity i o:n missioners. AlKltEl UKL.il, Cleric of said hoard. t r ,vi) r', i-i ?irv'i tiT'i' neir the Nevada Slate 1'r.soii, SVarm Springs Road 3UTT & CEOi?C. - Proprietors. This splendid lUthinir Iiistilution and well known place f resort has been thoroughly overhauled, newly furnished and is, in point of cleaniiness and c mfoi t, aurpasse i by none on the coast. THE BATHS are uiiderj.roiii? a thor ii'h repair, and will receive gi eat aildition to their size. I'HE BAtt is siipp'ned with the best of liquors procurable. vlEALS by l-irst Class Cooks served to order at all hours. The springs Carriage runs constantly. Orders left at the hoieis will bo promptly attended to. VTHS 50 rents Carmse. Free. nov7tf GILLS ON & BAHBcH Have on Hand and Offer for Sale a I mrie and Well Se eoted Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, WHICH H AT LOW KIT m ry loKitiiii.ue house in the trade can pootubl.i afford to ll and pay tucir honest debts. Oat Stocli. ConvUlif in Ptrt of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, BUTTER, FLOUR, GRAIN, C30U10 F?0, CLOTHING. LIQUOR IP ft to a it rwlocliolrxos OSL.H, HAINTS, CROCK KB Y, S PJVES TINWARE. HAROWAKB 1SOOTS A3f SHOES, Etc .Ktc. .Etc. From ur i'nc e;-ri-. ues in the bnsuHs. and knowing ,ind apiu-w.;t.'j;. tnt- wnn's of our cust-'Uivni and the in liahiUiiK '.ids seetion .if the country treiieraliy, we fee We Can Guarantee Satisfaction To jit tio wiy taor usi with thtir fKitninijo. Giv n h cult Hn I xm!i onr lock a.nl price hrforc imrcliaitng elwlir-. CiLi.r.Q. & 3ARCR. C.r--'T i MoV r o 1.-77. M E W DEPARTURE! DOUBLE ATTRACTION ! Ory Goods, Clotlilng. EVERYTH1N.1 FfS EVERYSJDY ! IIAKSISG I1ISOTSIEKS Are at the old stin.l, and prepared to aecoinmods'e old and new cui-tomcrs with u'ood articles at low priem. Cfrson, January 1, IsTo. CEORCE PEASICH, m FHANCI3G0 MARKE1, Wholesale and retail dealer in FRH LRCITS, XEJE TA HLES, CONFECTIONS, ETC '2i n k rvn:B'iBu:'i has on iiai-' i. and is daily receiving the I'll iIceKt Pritils, Krsl-t Vegetables. Best of Confo'l i ' ti " e Uavana Cifiara, I ullry, HiiM'ti Efj;, Ktc. N. B. Orders promptly tilled .and delivered ae per r rtiona. ' GLOIUIK I'KIIASICII. Carson street next te Theater altKin. WILfiELt.1 SADLER, rEALF.R IN e'llL'irS, CO XFE'.'i IOXEKV, JKLLIES. A.VII Cv.WKU GOODS. A Full Assortment conntHiitly on Hand. Carson street, third door south of Spear street. Carson City, Nevada. nihl.'l FAMILY GROCERY. fjp II E CHOICE!' AND RAKES I aROOEKIES For family use constantly onjliand. tyPor Nire 1A"1 I hintrs Nt to FuTJ tiT l-'onml Kl. where CO TO CHENlY'S. "cnenil assortment o? the est staple and choice pto. cerics. I'KICES TO SL IT I HK TIM&S JOHN K. (HENEY, Adams Block, Carson street, corner of Telee-aph. January 8, 1S78. MRS. V.. E. AZATIS n s ii s to OHKV H K II OLD friends in Carson and the public at larj;e TH-it She is HgMlii Pioprtetieis of the ADAMS HOUSE. And would mt respectfully ask for their patronajre and tncoura 'em'' nt. Tits Dlnlniy Tlm ami Kiirhon nrr un ler the Pers m -I sawrvialon Of the Proprii tres. and will always be supp'itd with everything to satisfy the taste of the most fastidious. MRS. E. E ADAMS. Carson, February D, 1873 feOra JUST HEC!:iVKI AT WILLI DRUG AND SEED STORE, A LARGE A SO KTM K.T OV GARDEN SEEDS -AMV- FLOWER SEEDS, WARRANTED f RE H AO REL'ABLE! ALSO Titsiof lij, ISIll" iivn , Itvtl Clover, "i Hite t lovcr fc:c Kc ktc. AT LOW P.iIG'iS ?d GASHI O. P. VI'.US, Diuggist. OAPSTOL STOFI, OOf.Kl KIN AM" OltMSfY STREETS CARS(?i ClTf, c H O I O E CAM I I.V UltOtltKIBS Flour, Feid. Hams, Bacon, Butter, Lard. Sugar, Teas ""--otT-se, Choice Liquors, Pure Brar.dv &. Wlnes Old Valley Whisky Cigars c? Totoacioo HARDWAKK, CKOCKLIIY, PAINTS AND OILS. A Fi'I.L LINK OF IIOUSKK K Kl'IXti GOOUM A''i.y n hand an 1 d"-iert-.J. tree of charge. i-src.i.y. and m:e rs myiti li l'KiN .V (illlO'V. CHEAT fcXCITea5eNT ! It y. r mH'.- o r'" oii.'-" ro. XTf ela.iiiv r.U'hinz to tho lure Cb-ilui.-? M re of &PPL & PL ATT, Oemer of Carton and Third Street, opposite tho fc't. Charles H"tel, CA K.-ON CITY NEVADA. To view and purchase of their magnificent st.s;k ot FALL AND WINTER GGOOS, CONSISTING OY )tlfne, Ynulh 4 Mild II. yn 'Sthinj, Of all th latest styles, Hats. Caps, Trunks, Vaiises, Hhlrt Coilai. lite., iili-. uctltf S HA HE'S S A LO OH. (Formerly Maine's.) '"rin wtreet, ui.i lin (up t 1. Cs I son . I y AfiM i . 30LF SHAN'i Proprietor, LIQIOHS AND Lns n.'rT v i CIGAItS. The ost t cmni'i'll n lnsnng Hull is O in bv cu"t . DRINKS .... t2H C3-ts" Car;ii, January 1, 187a. J. K. MARSHALL, AtiE.NT EoK OMR ML'tca yn ihher l.k IVG INStKlN K VOMPIMK r OfTlc ' at J hn i. .' Co .kstore. "T Carson, January 20, 16:8.