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Til l7 K! !. V Jl'i-Y 27. b m J : A- P. F1NIIF.K. Ad'-Til-inr A -ev.'.. CI yr'n. wA!fo, u euie -iL'fii' t.-r Uvj M':sen-i ta .sen Eureka Con 11 bi ISO Northern Hello 11 !'.; Grand Prize Joe Argenta lot? 220 Navajo :5 30 3)0 Belle Isle S'.'e r,75 Day! 4-"i r0 Albion bj GO Alt. Diablo S 100 N. lielle Isle &c 00 Wales :;-ie 00 Mi. rotoM jOv' 210 liodie H "jyo Mono G'Oe 2'J!!0 tJro oe 200 Noonday oo:: 1U0 Atlas 1 03 310 Pinal Con. 1 ''', 20i liodie Tunnel S.'c Jut) (.'on. Virginia oc S'J I'oto.-i o0e l.V.t ophir 2 30 30 Otiifornia 2-V J 00 Sierra Nevada 1 Ou i!0 Utah 2 20 U;f Alia hie oil Gould & Curry 2 '.' 1 11 .Savage 2.").- 2i!0 Mt'XkMI! il HO Union Cod. 7g "J 70 Kxchctiuer 2"i 7'i C'hoilar Ooe ISO .Scorpion 5"-;: l.'JO Overman 2.0c '1 A:,!i.i ':, :i.C A Bis stare On Tuesday toght two behtru bord ers at tlit" Oruisby House riveted a sen sation in tue hotel. About 2 o'ebx-k a. m. they rushed through the balls yelling Ghos:s !" "Ghosts !" and awakened nearly every one in the house. Upon being interrogated they averred that they had seen a ghostiy figure stealthily moving about the baek yard of the bote!. Several valiant boarders armed with shooting iron de scended to the designated locality, and in place of encountering a spectre they fount'. Charley Sharp perambulating in his night shirt with a revolver in hand trying to shwot a lot of invisible, bowl ing eats". Ths ff ish Wjina lit Oanncr I.nUe. We learn from .some campers and several town folks who have lately been fishing in Donner Lake, that the chub are again (lying oil" and are washed ashore. It is said that the trout also die, but they sink. It will be a calam ity if the experience of last year is re peated, for this beautiful resort will be uorne depopulated if it continues. Some think that parties have been at work with giant powder. Truckee Itrpub-ti'.-art. TUf TorriJ Hpell. The heated term is now in earnest alwmt driving out of town everyone who can conveniently get away to cool ami pleasant Summer resorts. The I,;ke is, of course, the favorite place, and Doe. Denton's coaches leave here every day loaded to their fullest e:p-u-ity with banian freight. Carson is wry well represented at all the points about the Lake, better, in fact, tban fur several past. I'tat.k MvCullougb arrived her from California yesterday. He says tint lie has a gold mine in III Dorado county that lie experts will Make him rich. There is not a m m in Carson who will bogrudge Frank bis good luck. We hope be will become a Donaiizicr. ('ii:e to tUtf.Nurfare. The Tu-carora Times-Iter iew says : "Although the stgbrus'i is full of can didates f.r the sever d nHid s, i tit, few litvi- tin' temerisy to announce, them selve. Com-4 to t!ie surface, gent Se nse a." X Va!uuriii-i! r'.sitinee. Dr. D.tw-ott his already discharged if.'f patients from the f ih'it;.' Asyliim. If ner insave cn:tir:u. to improve at tint rate, in a year's time we shall have no no. d o!" an Insane Asylum at Hene. The river-ide WaKh.un ladies' chr . Ufimeler, a stem winder, t'ne fnie-t ladi"-.' watch m -de, r -:;! v due $!"0, will be soM f,r .tjS at U-.nie Harris', 221 Kearny street, between Hash and Suiter, Saa Fr.ir.ciseo. At Cagwin & Noteware's tisiiing tackle, croiinet sets, byci'-!es, baby car riages, etc. a 30 Nainsooks, marseilles and piquets t -Ort, at Harris Uros. tie a a? or Jtuirs in the lOnt A New Yorker, at present in Carson, wiiy is ix persona! warm friend of IVoi dent Arthur, uys that we, out here, haven't an approximate idea of the c..rdial relations that exist between the President and Senator Jones. They are tliti closest friends, and the latter is upon a more intimate footing with the f .rmer than any other gentleman in Washington. Their natures are very much alike big-hearted,- generous and broad viewed men. Everybody in the East knowing the inti nacy that exists between these two men, the Sender's life ia nearly made unbearable by the immense pressure that is daily being brought lo bear upvi him to use bis iu fiuence with the President for every imaginable thing; bat it is needless to say th it he decs not abuse the friendly enti'iient til it the Nation's chief execu tive harbors fur him. The APl'K.il.'s in formant 3-iys that the Senato-.'s popular ity is not confined to the national capi tal, but iie i-) o;i the most intimate term.-! with the great financial and po litical heads of all the large ciiies in the East. I h i Mi t courted bee.iuse of bis pos-csijitai of a superabundance of world ly goodsor political power, but I.e. tuseof nis givat niKi'l an-i roy-o nature, i !:era lie is considered the peer of the great est, and, us this gentleman says, we should feel prou 1 of him. Those in this section who best know the Senator are not surprised that his magnetic na ture has won fur itself so high an ap preciation in the East. His Ilnancial views carry the greatest weight with them, and it is not a rarity that be is consulted by trie profoundest financial minds of the great money center of this country. Only recently he was invited to Iloton by General Uutler to meet some foreign financiers t a dinner, and there it is said, he distinguished him self as he does upon every occasion of that nature. Alnnyn in Iiot Water. A lew days ago the notorious Johnny Davi--, an D1 Carson ite, ';s arrested in liodie, charged with burglary, and as usual, pleaded "not guilty." The chances, however, are, front what we can learn, that Johnny will be accom- j modated at the California State Prison, j He is a pret y tough nut, ami during I his residence in this city there was scarcely a week that the police did not want him for one crime or another, but he was always smart enough to get out of every sera pe but the last tine attempting to kill a man with a bludgen at a faro table for which he was sent to the State Prison for two years. About a year ago he was re leased and after banging around this city for a week or two he emigrated to Rodie, where until recently he did not figure very conspicuously in the annals of crime. Put Johnny is no more cal culated to lead the life of an honest man than "Dickens' Dutchman," and it is a good thing to place hint out of the reach of temptation. ' Mit. rl iili'l.c " Managers Predd -y and Piper are negotiating with the Madison Square "Ilaxil Kirle" Company for an early appearance in this city ar 1 Virginia. It is the best company on the road and we hope they may be successful in their negotiations. We have not bad a good show here for a long time and a performance of the kind they give will be greatly appreciated. TI 'i!siiiJs.ii)ii'r. E.T. (aeorge, the Commissioner ap pointed t represent Nevada at the Denver Exposition, will arrive here to inerrww. The Governor and be will .:-ir Virginia City see what the 'e!;-tfck uid contribute in the matter of si.i-cimens. eic ibition. It 1- b- hope. I ;-.al ear exhibit will do red if. !' the State. v-ii 'A .i SV;t:t ()a 'i'u -s.i y the Jifi. t.f Z. F. AH -v. of t!e .'! ;;-year-'.:u s:m nr, was thrown irem a drikiug upon be:?d. It is fear-.-d t::u be has a con ussion of the brain. It is said lb it the bid is in a vvc riti co;i Tabic Fi est, :t II. ri- towcliags asid towels ;U rri tr.--;s. Bi V. . flfisU-Jus Wishes to amioiuie.? lo all of his former customers that he has removed he glove manufactory to Sani i Ilosi, Cal., whera he has better f unities for man ufacturing, and is prepare I to fill all orders promptly and it re'luc i rate is ui:;r.F. Guy Thorpe is it: from Gold Mountain.' j Thomas Rickey and family left for California last night. Vie Muller is agent for the Rubicon Springs mineral water. Cats and flies are making life nearly ! unbearable in Cars n this Summer. The Voltaire mine is opening out p.-; mo splendid ore. Success to it. I. (). Adkison and W. II. Hill, el Virginia, were in town yesterday. Miss Lucy Starling leaves to-morrow night fr.r a long visit t- California. The Rulwer Mining Company h s deci mal a dividend of ten cents p-r share. V. D. St admuller, late of Empire and now of San Francico. was in town yes terday. Jacob Klein Is announcing kirn-elf :is a Democratic candidate for the Siate ; Tre-isory. : Mi-s I'clir. God.tard. who ha been quite ill recently, went to t!o Lake yesterday to rei-uperate. The young h.dy will beab.-ent several weeks. Hon. It. M. Daggett's b;.k will be ft and ie;a!v for d liwrv by the; !-t of Septemi.er. .'lknsori it Orndoiir will t-e tiie :.ge for the State of Ne vada. 4 i i ti I.'rsoi!4 iti Io!itenesi . The Hon. W. J. Hendricks, of Frank fat. Ky.. ?eii.- the fu!iovi a;r : lie was silting in bis otlice at Fiemingsburg one day when his colored ofiLeboy came she riling in with his liat and sing ing, " D ir's oe mo' ribber t cro--.'' He was impressed by the boy's want of r politeness and said to him, " Look'ee here, sir, that's no way to niter my office. Vou need a lesson in behavior. N'nw you take a seat in my chair, and act just as if you wa re proprietor just as I do, and I will go out and come in just as yen should do," whereupon he laid down his cigar and went out t;ie . ... 1 ..... . . . I 1 ooor. in a nimem no leiuroeit, mm there sat .Jim with his f-t pitched up on the tabic, a copy of the ilevisi d Statutes of the United States open in ;inij half stu;ked cigar in his nieutb, and his hat cocked down over ,.v,. The esthetic teacher entered quietly with his hat in his hand, but be bad not fairly gotten in the room before Jim looked up and said . " Jack, ynu d ;n rascal, pick up dat spittoon, cleaa it quick, and den come in heah, sab, and black my boots do you bo b '." Jim was kicked out, but very shortly after wit r 1 s re i n s t:t t e 1 . A Safety Kail way Htove. One of the most valuable inventions of la'.e years is F. W. Cowihm's Car Heater, a stove intended for railway cars, which will effectually prevent in future the terrible tires which invariably accompany railway collisions a. id acci dents. The heater is o!) inches high, Hi inches in diameter, and is made of boiler jivai surround, o. by the ornamen ts! work i! -uaiiy seen on stoves. Pe- neatii the a.-b pan tie re is an air chain- her, under which is a six gall ,u copper water tank, orotected en ail sides with boiler iron. From this tank run ti.ive iiines which ::t -r th- l ottom of the 1 co d pn: and three similar pipe which J enter the oai pot above the burning ceais. These pipes are stopped by au- toiii.it Sir plugs. When the stove is moved out of the perpendicular, or top pled over, as car stoves invariably are in a r.t ilwav incident, the automatic plugs f.,ii from ;u mouth of the j-ipes, and the water from the tank is precipi- tated info the coal pot, and every par- tide oi lire is extniguisiu-u. lie open ing tio-.a.-gh wlii-.'h tiie so...' e es. :; to the stove pipe iu;d the tba.rs t.f tb.e healer are pn tected by aut :o nic siides or danq. rs, w iii !i t !ost. t; wb-.m tile siove disturbed, iios.-ibllltv of a.:' tin preveut t! or coals i.iui; oi: ?.' ' John G. Fox, the stationer, is con tinually replenishing his varied assort ment of uriicles, and keeps pace With t'-.o latest manufactures. He has a!! kinds of stationery, including bi n !: books with printed headings, j jst the thing for wo id dealers, ranchers, etc. He keeps on hand ' full line of ilshbig tackle, croquet and 1 tyr. ten lis sets. Also, some beautiful designs i:i wall paper. Dress goods, silks and grenadines at ce.st, at Harris Rros. (hi Ktrtaiit lut'oi'iit itiei. Oleoviefi Urathers, not wishing t e irry a large, heavy tt-'ck ov r th saison, have deterini. led to give their I p alrous a gMnn.:e and positive redne . .. ..-. i ....... . ti.n sale. I-or t'U next u we will sell our entire sto-'k. at 10 per cent. In .)W original cost. This: sale a f.rcel necessity t; make room fir oar i S;riiig imuri itiuii-. Sweeping redue- Itionsin every depu tmaut revulu lion in the s!ioe trtde. Nab. a few ol .ill i.tn' II .i . t.ii-n . i i; limoraN, H ..! a pair: mis-os etlf skisi Mil;o rii-, SL" i a piir; Li lies' clitb kid I' eel 1 5 d'trarals, jl.2o a pair; i.tn e-.- ci nil Ki't i icea i.uuuo noai-, 132.50 a D tir : ladus. French kii button ( i,0i,,s c; . j 4 y;rd ; od i.b- u-lied nm-lin for jl ; Pacific poplins cents ; wu.uh 20, aa I all other good ' 10 1 iOxr;ioM. 1 nis i-! iu- m i -iuwui -tunity ever offered t sruri' g'j;uiine bargains. Don't fail to avail yteir selves of this Oi'l'er. Ouovii'ii PRTirr:i:s. j A hon-e .-aid lot for sale, the property t,',,, j.t(, jr,,,,. . W. Hillyer. The ; jf ,-s oxi 17 feet, containing all kinds ilf ,nijt pj,M,ty ,f sln-.ibbery. The bouse ;n 1 gran nis i.t fii'st-.-iass condition. For furttier pirticulars in- piire on the premises, King street. Ladies and children' at Harris Ian--. -b it t. Instruction in French, Geruiei and Spanish language, by Dr. A. D.'-cho-witz, late U. S. Consul in I L 1: i t. Dur ing vaca;i n the Do-tor will teach a German t li-s :tt tlie public sfhri'J from half-past 10 to 12, and front ! to half past 2 r. M. Terms, tw.i tloll ars per month and upward. Inquire at the P )sion li ikery. jeS lm For a tir-f-class shave, hair-cut or hampoo, by a first-class artist, the ! j,j.i(,e tc, ;s Ascheim's, adjoining 1 the (aril,n Exchange. He has fitted j K!, ;J sho,, in ytyit-.? h,..,.p( hi- tools j . Ju lin(. t-endition, and wants his oi l : . . . frion.U hih tie nublie. in renera to, know that he can be found next door; to the Carson Exchange, near the depot, j No trouble to wait on customers. ; The highest medical authority is pro toil need in den auii.-iitg the use of ice ; ; made from uthrr than pure running j water. I he old theory tltat ireezrag j purified water in stagnant ponus ami destr yed impurities, has been explod ed, and it is now a settled fact that no ice is tit fr use but tint frozen ia run ning streams. Doc Penton has an abundance on hanC?, cut from the C r sou river, and d 'livers the s.tme to all arts of the city. Orders left at the livery stable will receive prompt atten tion. tf Sliiloh's Vitalizer is what you need lor ei mstittation. oss (i nnrietlie. ZZ1- -1 ----- j t, . niAss and ail symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 1( and 7o cents per bottle. Fvr ! sale at Thaxter's. ! Tiiat !iaci:i;ig cough can be so quickly cured !.v Siailoli's Cure. We guarantee j pt ! For s.de at Thaxter's. i:i ami I Will you suffer with dyspepsi; j liver co.. pl lint V Sliiloh's Vitalizer is i guaranteed l cure you. For sale at I MM ....5 I SWteil Catirrh cured, health and breath secured bv Sliiloh's Catarrh N,,,,,,, ivice, o0 c uts. Nasal In ! jecter free. For sale at Thaxter's. i For dysp-psh H.i! liver complaint, ! yoa ii ive a printed girir.mtea on every j bottl of Shil ah's Vitalizer. i f dls to cure. it never t 'roup, wliooping eouifh arid bronchi ii- ?iiim--!i" tteiv relieve I bv .!iilo!i's l-'.-r s.rle at Th txter's and missf.s' hosiery at cost, at K, o'i-;. 1 ! i ,a- lame .a-k, side ! ii 'a's For. in i Pia l'r. er chest Use i. : .,- 7 ! j For i ne ;o 'i haxler' Vtv.Ku. nr. ..;.... I. -,1.1 tn-e -M VI I i r i.v.1 .'lllt..r.c.iiy.,t,.v.-rythi g ! i'J-S K i.r 'i iii :..'U.HM tuiii.it make j 1)11: . ' 1 ." I.fivu r. if u:cm --'" 1' -:r.?t make Krett r '.v ,u '.. t a ;;i.i' .- :it i!:h ivtm p.m t.iakg tii; tiiii" .'U a. t ;. t. fi.r i.-.i-L.ti a'- t- il. 1!a:j.i:. : cCi, f-.nuii.l, M .in.'. PATENTS ! V. A Lcliman. Solicitor ' American nntl For eitrn I'aU'titN, WasiiinUiii, I. C All businem iMiiinecii''! with i'.itonts, whether bef irf the I'litentldine or th" Courts, i.irumif ly alUiitJpU l No oiiurifft iiuule uia.s a patc-nt in wunull SnJ tor circular. &'C0,, VX COKBETT B . K, NORTH CA ST :e CARaUN CITY, NEVADA. HOLKSALB ai Ti DEALKRSg VX anooEUi'tEfl1 Provisions, Crockery, Glass varft, Tinware,; Canned FrulU Lard. Grain u . i oi; A.l ALL AWTICbltS ,'TlStAULT PIKST CIASS STORE M the t:.al i jMeio'-fln b'i8 In whicb Uvf r 1 jy, ASV r-HT or tUE.-tuT KRK or CSAbCB t l!A0 A CO. BATH HOUSE , BATHS RATH RATI IS RAT H. PATHS It ATI iS At mm BARBER SHOP, (NEXT TO ADAMS HOUSE.) HAVIXO kriiouki.i'.iiaiw rtrinu up t'ii" ll:klliiiii lvy:irt ment con nw-tnl with no- .s(.:l'lisilIll-0'. I iirit II'IMT lll.l tnlV I uriM) -iiv.l to ofl'.T to tle iiihl; superior Ijuu 11! i lor Dirrin--. no. ana rm.i .., w.n. Kx!r; Turfcisii l'iwi,i. IMrtH'tilar utlftition to clean linens of tiatU romns. (T sHAVl.N...', H.ttr Co'tint? nl llresvin. f alintiatl Jinek 4 Ml I St'tUO T thk cvii.:;! MK:riNj ok rtnji A Ivtii I liiMii -sirtie t'nir:n IVamie'to-ii .f x- ... ..... , .., V',..., M .r..i II IkS) I' vs ri's .lve.i that a s-laln I'mivrtUion shi.al I RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, MONDAY, -HErrE.MREP. 4, 18K2, And llie apporl on tuent r iltl');'tl li.iin ; lie svi -rill i;iii! oi' i hn Stair ta sl J ".'.in Veil' ion olioula tie i.s follievs : Cliiir.-hlll. . l''.Sl:l l-.tlti;k. Karckit.... 1, 'Hitler IjilC'lill til IIHliV . W.lilMO i).: -I i" 7 i'.i'.i 1 MieCDiil If . ti I. yon V i' ". -I'bri.y h ,V ic. . I'm . ::S-f T..:ui.. TiiO fe .H7 o'viiu' sohi'.ions wrre also u.bni'Ml U.ivrti. Ti.:C Mm dcli'aU'S '.) Iia Mi! Oi.iivcii(. :i I .! ci.Tif.1 so. I'niiiar e, Ida i In- v.oi.iiis t -.ui.t.V '. tiu-.l t o :.iio li - s Im ivcj icsicl in ciiii ii.l Pi'iiiiuil''s oil S.i' if. la, Vui;Ust lil, is--:. KcsiilvpJ, Taat if S vai'S'H'.v nIio'iM o'-cut . .i,,,,.,,,,,,,,, a:,.r the P sad vm-.u;iy l-ha: I iw llMo-i liuicgUUM. i in a'-ics art- o.-la, by t ic rt'tiiititiitijt Kfsolve.J, Tltui any roiiaty nciy clc-l !(: jjatcj t t!t MiaUi Convci'i on at it Oviiji? fun vent ion, tlit. incml)('i ol wiiicli kIiiiII Ii v Iicea elecio'l Ht rHHUiitr Pi inn'.iai t, lu-ut m of before Iho .said b'tli day at Aiij;iiit, Is-.:. Tlie following text wjo adopted nl rfv'oin ineniled for use at tlto I'ti um les : ' Are y a llepublicaii, nntl will jo I siipj-nl tt:c tioin inees of tLe liepublicau Mau i'onveti.ku ?" 1SJAAO L. UEQUA, Ctiairtrat Al. DoTKiSeoretry. Convention !