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pniD.r. ... : r. October as. issi L- P. FISHER. Advertising Ajrent, 21 Merchant Exchange, is soie agent fur the Mua.Msa Arr&AL in San Francisco IX BBIKF. STOCKS. MOUSING BOARD. 50 Ophir 55 J 20 Wexican-r-S t . 70 Gould"' & Curry ( " 150 Best A Belcher 1 1 i :510 California 80c ;G5 Savage 3 90 20 Con. Virginia 2 30' ; 110 Chollar 2 10 25 Potosi 2 , , 89 Hale & Noreross 3 50 Crown Point 2 1C0 Kcntuck 2 GO 40 Yellow Jacket 3 85 350 Belcher 1J 28i Sierra Nevada 12 15 Seg. Belcher 9 700 Overman 2 30 390 Union Con. 13 300 Alta 4 330 Lady Washington 15c 140 Scorpion 1.1 1000 New Wclls-Farpro 10c 100 Exchequer 1 35 50 Andes 1 55 Ileal estate transactions are very light in this city, at present. Hunters in thi.- vicinity complain of the scarcity of arame this season. Bodie stocks have not been as low us they are now for nearly a year. '- . . The; 3Iint is shipping a great many standard' dollars to the National banks of Colorado. All atmospheric sicrns indicate a snow storm within the coming twenty four hours. Daniel Aboil, formerly engineer at the Mint, Is about to patent a new in vention for bottling soda. Black satin, worth 31. Cohn's. ?1, for 75 cents, at 5IIXT EMPLOYES. I.ifct of Those Who Are Vow and Will be Connretrtl wi!I the Sliut on the Firxt f Xc xt Month. The following is a list of the officers and employes who will bo attached to the Carson Mint ujon the resumption of full operations on the 1st of the com ing month : James Crawford G W Bryant J M Hetrich E BZabriskie (i II Davis Jr Miss Stella Gates J B Harmstead Charles Wilson Mrs G Thompson It W Bollen J G Woodside J W Corbett A M McCabe W B Farrell W O Broad head G W Hawkins George Balford B D Kennedy W II Stevens F B Kennedy H B Slocomb A II Parker W H Bryant Geo Hark J H McCormack A W Cunamings F H Phelps Mrs E Cowan Mis3 A Atchison Miss M Cook Miss M Corkery Mrs S Humphreys A Ilebberling C A Hofer Total 66. T It Hofer Levi Dague W S Byrne L L El rod M W Starling O Greenhood J A Burliogame Mrs S J Mason C O Appelberg Peter Spargo A M Wingate J Doano E B Cutts John Ehrhardt Frank Davis Geo It Dobbs W W Mason W Lynch J C Collins Ernest Harvis Z F Alley W J Cowen Geo MeLoughliu C D Meder Thos Higgins S Sancho S R Noyes Mre K T Duffy Miss M A Ilodg- kinson P B Ellis W M Lynch Boorishnesg. At one of the principal hotels last evening, a fellow in the guise of'a gen tleman, rendered himself obnoxious to several ladies in the dining room, who had no male escorts, by his disgustingly insinuating "mashing" propensities. A number of gentlemen observed the em barrassment of the ladies, but refrained from ejecting the fellow from the room, fearing that a scene would add greatly to the discomfort of the ladies. The party ia question is a San Francisco drummer, who judging from his per sonal appearance, is unlikely to be suc cessful in the line he affects. But some time or another the natural protector of an object upon whom he fastens his sickly calf-like leers may further lessen his chances to be successful as a "masher." The last 50,000 salmon eggs that Fish Commissioner Parker received from the McCloud river were not as good as the first lot, but he has managed to hatch between 15,000 and 20,000 fish from them, and they are thriving nicely. Try the $40 Gold American stem winder for sale at Uncle Harris', 221 Kearny street, between Bush and Sut ter, San Francisco. Double-width dress goods, worth cents, for 25 cents, at M. Cohn's. 50 Dr. G. Haas, of Sah Francisco, Sur geon Dentist (graduate of New York College of Dentistry) will be in Carson on or about the 27th instant t Parties contemplating having " dentistry done will do well to wait until said gentle man arrives. .. The Doctor visits patients at their residence, his workmanship is unexcelled and . charges reasonable. He will be at the Ormsby House, where all orders can be left. oc-25 , f The fact that the express train ar rived here n time yesterday morning is worthy of special mention. Mayor Kalloch will visit Carson some time next month to lecture. In Oregon he was very frigidly received. Yesterday morning the heaviest frost of the season was to be seen, and the mountains west had donned their win ter garb. Serious illness in the family of Hon I). 11. Sessions will prevent his le parture for his new field of labor sev oral days. Thomas Tennaut, on trial yesterday lor using inreatening language, was acquitted, the jury coming to a verdict in a short time. A young girl named Bertha Whitney, aged about 17 years, and a native of British Columbia, died at the County Hospital yesterday. .Most oi ine Jogging teams at Jjake Tahoe have hauled off for the season, and Rigby's mill will shut down on the 15th of next month. All who desire a good, hearty laugh, and otherwise enjoy an excellent per formance, should not fail to see "Uncle Issac" at the Opera House to-night. After next Monday the steamer Gov ernor Stanford, on Lake Tahbe, will make only weekly trips until the be ginning of the tourist season of 1882. Attention is called to an advertise ment in another column, of a sale of impounded animals, on Monday next, at 2 o'clock, in front of the Court House. The Commissioners for the care of Nevada's insane met yesterday, and ad vanced $10,000, on account of the con struction of the Asylum building, at Reno. Mrs. J. P. Meder and children ar rived here from Battle Mountain yes terday, and Mr. Meder will arrive here to-day. They purpose taking up their residence here again. Black cashmere, all wool, worth 62 cents, for 37 i cents, at M. Cohn's. Strange to note, there has not been a solitary stock assessment levied this week. Mining shareholders freely ex press their indignation at this neglect on the part of the manipulators. ine supreme court term will com mence on the 3d of November, wh,en a large array of legal talent from Cali fornia and the eastern part of this State will be in the city to argue the Albion Richmond suit. ine uaneing portion oi this com munity do not appear to be at all en thusiastic in the matter of organizing social clubs this season. A general stagnation in all society affairs seems to prevail here this fall. . A private letter received here yes terday, states that James Anderson, of the Eureka Leader, is sure to recover from his injuries. In that event he will be likely to devote considerable time and space to his assailant. The Voltaire works will be in full blast some time next week. The man agers of the property are confident that their investment will prove a remuner ative one, and all Carson hopes that they may not be disappointed. At last the projecting spikes in the sidewalk have been driven down, much to the disgust of dealers in boots and shoes. There are many other points along Carson street where a sim ilar course would be appreciated . r The Chinese theater is still running in full blast, but very few whites out side of the gemts hoodlum and habitual "pipe-hitters" evince enough appreci ation of the Celestial drama to visit the mephitic Thespian temple in China The Opera Hoane. Max Fehrman will appear at the Opera House this evening as "Uncle Isaac." The company have performed at Virginia City for two nights past to good houses. Speaking of the opening performance the EivUrprite says : "Un cle Isaac," the latest specialty and char acter drama, was. presented with Mr. Fehrman in the title role. His delinea tion of the old Hebrew is an eccentric por traiture, and bears marks of originality. The latter forms a striking feature and shows Mr. Fehrman t be a man of close observation. It is a portraiture peculi arly fitted fur an actor versed in idio matic expressions; and while the drama itself, in literary merit, falls below med iocrity, Mr. Fehrman, in a very pleas- uit way, manages to bring out its dia lect idiosyncracies with decided empha sis, though without trespassing on the rules of good taste or invading the sanc tity of the peculiar manners of a peculiar people. Tins play lias its sentimental as well as comical phrases, and both were presented naturally. The piece is replete with funny situations, sayings and actions, and a good portion of the time kept the hctis in a roar. The construction of the play is somewhat in- coherttit, not more s? however than the generality of dramas of that character, and Mr. Fehrman and the cempany gave every telling point in a most spirit ed manner, it both satisfied and delight ed all presented. A good deal of music j and singing is introduced in the course j of the play, and which itself forms aj distinctive and very agreeable feature. ; In the first act Miss Alice Baldwin favor- ed the audience with the ballad of, " The Maid of Dundee," and sang it so j charmingly as to challenge a boisterous : recall. In the fourth act Mr. Fehrman j gave a violin solo in a most charming j manner, and showed himself to be a violinist of superior power, lie also ! introduced a soprano solo, which took! the house. Miss Martha Wren, the i Young Isaac of the piece, and a clever j little actress, followed with a song and ! guitar accompaniment and for her de- ! tful vocalization received two en- j cores. , A Good One on Oeceral Early. Tom Evans, editor of the Reidsvillc Times, is. responsible for the following We all know that our solid "Old Jube" likes to talk about the war. Well, the other day, at Fianklin Court house, an old friend, with a spice of humor in his eye, told the General mere was a young omcer in Town ne would like to introduce to him, and they could talk over the war together, Jubal said he would ho pleased to know him.' ' No sooner said than done. " General Early," said the old friend. " allow me to introduce you to Captain Jor.es,"' and the old friend walked off. - Ie handshaking was harulv over before the General asked, in his fine, Squeaking voice? : : ' What command in the army did you belong to, Captain ?" "Oh, pshaw! General,' said the young man, blushing. "I wasn't an I'm juit c iptuin ofik-er in the army j a baseball club." " Oh, hell !" cried c!d Jubal. ! That broke up the v:r chat. General P. E. Connor is a man of iron nerve. He showed this quality in an eminent degree while in the army in dealing with the Mormons and hos tile Indians of the plains. He is nOt less brave in great enterprises involv ing the investment of heavy sums of money. About four years ago be or ganized and incorporated the Eureka Tunnel Company of this district. Much of the stock was cither given to friends or sold at nominal figures. No assess ment was ever levied. The General went on investing his own private funds until he had expended over $30, 000 in the driving of the great tunnel. lie put it in 2,000 feet almost wholly at his own expeuse. His energy and enterprise have at last been rewarded by the discovery of one of the largest bodies of ore ever uncovered in this State. If there i any man on earth de serving of this lucky turn of Fortune's wheel, that man is General Connor. We sincerely congratulate him ou his good fortune. Eureka Sentinel. OFFOBTD Y SLAUGHTER IN DRY CCODS. ALFRED LIUENFIELD, !:avi;ir Come la Hi (dssi:i to RETIRE FftOa BOSHfSSS, ur.i Net: in lil NTi UK TOCMv A T ALFHtD LiUENF.SLD, County Duilciings. CCOHCE PEnAsicn. SAH FRANCISCO &1ABKET, Who-. ari lelaVi Ooaier n FRESH FKl'ITS, 1 r-.GKTAliLES, OONFB lO.VS, KiV Ammen's Cwugh Wood for Sale. I will sell wood, as good, and even j better, than any in Carson, two-thirds j red fir limbs, and one-third split yellow-! pine (mixed) at $7 per cord. A redue-! tion of fifty cents will be allowed to parties taking five cords or more at one time. I have also a quantity of nut pine and cedar, which I will sell at pro portionately low figures. Terms strictly cash on delivery. D. Circe. Great Discovery Syrup. Do not delav usin Syrup. Ammen's Cough Syrup never fails to cure if used in time and according to directions. Ammen's Cough fpHK l'.OEUlGNEn HAS OS H Ah D OioiCKf Hrtttts. rrrthnl VeiretAbtoa. Bt Confitloni. Choir IlKiana Cly&rv Fituitry, Ranch x5 i.tr. STORK OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICB. P IANO TONING. Large dinner napkins, worth $2.50, for Sl-7", at M. Cohn's. Cooley's corsets, worth M. Cohn's. $1.75, for $1, at There can no longer be any doubt that electricity, when properly applied, is the greatest of all remedial agents for the cure of many of the diseases which afllict the human race, particu larly nervous and chronic diseases, rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, liver and kidney troubles, nervous debility and weakness, and many other diseases. The electric belt and other electric ap pliances invented by the eminent phy sician and surgeon, Dr. A. M. Dye, have by far the greatest reputation. As proof positive of their wonderful efficiency the proprietors will allow a trial of any of these appliances for thirty days before purchasing. For full and complete information address the pro prietors, The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Michigan. White blankets, M. Cohn's. worth $5, for $3, at M. W. Hod kins, at the Glove Depot, opposite the Arlington House, has just received a large and fine stock of gloves and mitts for gents, ladies and children of the latest styles. Best assortment and lowest prices in the State. Hand- sewed buck gloves a specialty. Also, men's buckskin underwear, socks, sus penders, etc. o4-lm We heard a prominent physician say a few days ago that ho thought it was the duty of the proprietor of Ammen's Cough Syrup to give the formula to the medieal faculty, so they could prescribe ad use it without violating the rules of tke profession, for, said he, " so many of my patients praise it to the skies, and cases have come under my observa tion where it has been remarkably ben eficial, that I know it must indeed be a wonderful disco very in medical science.' This medicine is forsale by respectable druggists and dealers in medicime evey- where. Double-width dress goods, worth 37 cents, for 20 cents, at M. Cohn's. The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour bon, Ind., says : "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure." Are you made miserable by indrgeS' tiow, Dizziness, loss of appetite, yellow skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. YV hv will vou cough when bhiloh's Cure will crive immediate relief. Price 10 cents, 50 cents and $1. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive cure for catarrh, diptheria and canker mouth. "Hackmetack," a Listing and fra grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. Shiloh's Cure will immediately re lieve croup, whooping cough and broni- chitis. For dyspepsia and liver complaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. White's gray corsets, worth $1, 50 cents, at M. Cohn's. for OPERA HAIL RESTAURANT. ' - 'a Q P. CIUDICELLI. PROPRIETOR. OYSTERS, GAME,' POULTRY rnciT, ICE CKEAS, And all the Oelleaclon of (toe Season Constantly on Hand. JACOB ZECH o V FKAVt lHiO. WILL. IIK IK Carson Oitv on thu FIRST OF NOVEMliEU, pre pared to place in tune and repair tiie pianos of the peof-lr nf Carson and vicinity. Orders left with J. C!. Fox. 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