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TCGMDAT OCT. 4. ISH'i 1 U P. FISHER, Advertisinfr Atreut, 81 Merchants t-xcran"3, is sol aurent for the ilojLSl.ve Appkal in San Fnuiciscn t&r The " no ax isg a ppea ir t:, only par in Carton iublihiwj tc'rgi'iplih' diipatches and cjternoun utock rfpurt. STOCKS. 210 Ophir 2 50 720 Mexican 3 5-5 50 Gould & Curry 2? 520 Best &. Belcher 5 i 520 California 25c 1C00 Con. Virginia 70c 1800 Chollar 1 15 100 Crown Point 1 60 400 Potosi 1 05 880 Hale & Norcross 1J 150 Yellow Jacket 1 Kenttick 2 85 b 40 Alpha 1 100 Belcher POc 250 Sierra Nevada 4 UO 25 Utah 2 20 70 Bullion 15c 10 S Belcher 2 50 Alta 55c 50 Occidental 1 670 Andes 60c 50 Scorpion 60c AFTERNOON BOARD. 150 Eureka Con 10 210 Argenta 45c 200 Grand Prize 45c 75 Navajo 5 1000 Independence 1 15 300 Belle Isle 35c 000 Albion2 SO 200 Mone 45c 183 Mt. Potosi 25c 200 Noonday 15c 40 Atlas 21 50 Silver King 12 i 100 Pinal Con. 1 100 Martin White 4 J 40 Bodie 3 60 Just received a full assort ment of school stationery and text books, consisting of wire bound, noiseless and book slates; pencils, sponges, scholars' com panions, ticklers, memorandum pads, composition and copy books, rulers, pen-wipers, cray ons, ink, pens, holders and pa per, all of which parents, guar dians, teachers and pupils are requested to inspect before pur chasing outfits for the ensuing term of the public schools in Carson, Empire and vicinity. A Stylographic pen given away with a quart bottle of Caw's jet black ink, at the News Depot, opposite the Postoffice, Carson. au24 Itanner Bros We are now making a special ty of selling overcoats of all de scriptions at lower prices than have ever before ruled on the Comstock. We are also intro ducing a complete new line of goods, and our relations with Eastern houses give us better facilities for buying than com peting houses. Banner Bros. Livery and Feed Stable. D. Circe has now a fine stock of fast and safe horses and new carriages and is prepared to fur nish teams r single rigs at cheaper prices than, any stable in the city. Harses boarded by the day, weak or month and given the best of feed. A trial will give satisfaction, both as to the quality and price of servic 8 rendered. , John G. Fox has received a full line of school books, which he will dispose of at the lowest rates. He also has a complete assortment of guns and am munition to supply the de mand occasioned by the incom ing hunting season. TouKorial. . Aschim is now running his barber shop near the depot, and runs it as they say up to the handle. For a good clean, close, artistic and quick shave, sham poo n or hair cut, this place can not easily be matched. ' For 'Sale Cheap An A NO. 1 Concord , tuggy in good order. .Inquire of W. D. Torre.vson. se9 lm Nainsooks, marseilles ,, and piquets -at cost, at Harris Bros. , .Ladies and children's at cost, at Harris Bros. shoes Campaign Cuts. The San Francisco printing heuses are sending out speci men sheets of campaign cuts. The Appeal has received one. The first illustration is a picture of Lincoln and Garfield welded together at the shoulders. They look like the James boys. Then there is the picture of the soldiers, and lawyers and m:iri-lu-r-i, ami tailors, and black smiths, and farmers, and edit ors gathering about a big rock with a cupola marked ;L'onsti tution and Laws," and back grounded by the sunburst of Ireland anl thirty-six comets. This cut is 128 years old, yet the type foundries offer it for sale every two years at tine dollar and a quarter. Then comes the barnyard display In which the American eagle with his beak full of telegraphic slips on which are supposed to be written the election returns, is mixed up with dunghill roosters, some crowing vociferously and others throwing up their breakfast. The eagles are of the same breed that go on match-box covers at the intervals between elections Then comes the Goddess of Liberty half dressed. It is a shame and reproach to the American people that this bare legged divinity isn't furnished with more clothes. Alongside of the Goddess is a rooster play ing a solo on a bugle, and n the other side two men giving each other the Knights of Pythias grip over the American flag. The other two hands are not shown in the picture, but are supposed to be doing good work for their respective own ers in the treasury safe. It is high time the type I'ounders melted these old fashioned stereotypes up and made them into babbitt-metal. Hampty Dumpty. This ancient corned y has been played in one form or another for over two thousand years. It is of Italian extraction, but most of the Italian has been extracted since the roaring old piece was broueht to America. Being a pantomime it can be understood anywhere, and adults and chil dren howl and yell ever it alike. You never get tired of witness ing Humpty Dumpty " any more than men get tired of see ing dog fights, night after night. Almost anyone's first recollectios of the stage are "Humpty Dumpty" at the Christmas pan tomime and all of us will go and shriek and laugh and applaud as we did then. When the piece was first played'in Italy it did not have so many spectacu lar effects as now, because the art of endowing pump handles with life, and painting wooden flatirons red hot, and causing grain fields to turn into oceans, were net yet learned by; the stage managers. Each year has witnessed the introduction of some novelty, illusive, laughable or startling, each manager crowds in more fun or adds another part and now it would take a pretty smart man to im prove it. ; The play travels right along with the times, and sometimes a little ahead of it. Go and see " Humpty Dumpty " and take the chiidren. There is only one objection to the elevation ; of Colonel G. E. Laughton f to the Lieutenant Governorship,, and. it is that we shall miss the artistic strains of his violin at charity or benevo lent entertainments at the Opera House, at which he has ever cheerfully participated. It would be a little infra dig. for the Lieutenant Governor to lead an orchestra. Kpisronal Sociable. The ladies f St. Peter's Church will hold one of their pleasant sociables at the Arling ton House on Fiiday evening of this week, October 27th. Table linens, towelings and towels at cost,' at Harris Bros. IX BRIEF. Dress goods, silks and grena dines at cost, at Harris Bros?. The election conies off two weeks from to-day. Max Aronson's bit cigars are royal. Bullion has levied an assess ment of fifty cents per share. Controller llallock has been quite Kick in the Eastern part of the State. General Clarke has entirely recovered and is again attend ing to his law business. E. B. Pixley and family have arrived here from Bodie to lo cate. Our local ' hunters met with poor success 'i Sunday, owing to the scarcity of game. It is said that Captain Matt Canavan will soon be able to leave his bed. Empire precinct is good for a handsome Republican majority this year. Maior E. B. Stonelnll was in town on Sunday and will be here again to-day. Great preparations are being made for the masquerade bal which comes oil on the .u prox imo. Hon. W. H. Davenport in forms the Appeal tht Eureka county is good for 150 Repub lican majority. The box sheet for Thursday evening's performance, which will be a superb one, is now open . Mint Superintendent Craw ford and his neice, Miss Lizzie, went to San Francisco on Sun day night. Evan Williams, Superinten dent of the Mexican mill sus tained a severe spraia of the ankle on Saturday last. Some wagers have been laid here that the Carson rifle team will get away with specified prizes at the California tourna ment. There is a great desire on part of the dancing portion of this community that the Au Fait Club should be reorganized for the winter campaign. Carson society is now agitated by the question: Where will Governor Strother find a resi dence spacious enough for en tertainments? It gives us pleasure to state that the condition of Miss Lottie Pierce is greatly im proved and that her ultimate restoration to full health is as sured. Colonel Rosser and a rarty of friends caught ene hundred and fifty catfish in Washoe Lake on Sunday. Mrs. Rosser hooked forty of the number. It is reliably reported that after the 1st of November the railroad fare from Reno to San Francisco will be reduced to $12. Even small favors from unex-: pected quarters are thankfully received. . - , Harmonise. - Jacob Zech, the veteran piano tuner, is in the city ready to harmonize pianos, and warrant ed. There is no better tuner on the coast than the Professer, and he leaves on Wednesday. Those who wish to employ his services' had better be rustling around. Dancing School. At the Opera House. Classes every Saturday from 1 to 4 p. M., and from 7 to 9 P. ?i., after which dancing until 12 o'clock. Terms, payable in advance. Adult class, per month,' $5; children, under fifteen years, $2. Music furnished for balls and parties at a reasonable figure. Hall, & Medeb. , At Cagwia & Neteware's, fishing tackle, croquet sets, by cieles, baby car-riages1, etc. a 38 Malicious Mischief. On Saturday night when a job was put on the Appeal's Globe press, an attempt was made to revolve the fly wheel, when a curious crunching sound caught the attention of the priutersand an examination of the machine was made. It was fouud that some one had inserted the neck of a champaign bottle in the coirs of the wheels, so as either to break the cogs or prevent the machine from running. The ground glass hid becomo so em bedded in the cogs that it re quired three hours of hard work to put the press in order. The lac finlrl nrl7 !i o tl frnffori there by design, as the place where it was put can only be reached with difficulty. This is about as low ana amy a piece of wcrk as a biped can engage in. A eiralie Invention. There is now on exhibition at Torrevson's blacksmith shop a new wagon, built for McComber, the wood man. It is mounted on two wheels and supplied with a number of patent con trivances for loadincr and un loading wood. It holds just half a cord, and by touching a spring the wood is lifted bodily over the fence into the yard and dewsited all piled just where you want it. it less than an honest measurement is put on the wagon turns a double somer sault and kills the driver. Mr. McComber, who always gives full measure, feels as safe on the box as if he were sitting on his door stoop. George Cassidy spoke in Vir- i ginia the night after that Eater- prise editorial appeared, and he did'nt throw his figures around so lively as before. In fact he handled them as if he expected that every numeral in his hand was about to turn iute a red hot horseshoe. Three car loads of people went down on the excursion train on Sunday night. If the railroad companies would al ways maintain these rates they would carry ten people where they carry one now and make a good deal more money. T. J. O' Conner, a man CO years old, sawed seven and a half cords of wood yesterday in the Capitol square, and stowed it away, between sunrise and sun- et. Judge Haley emphatically denies that he has written any of Mr. "Adams' speeches. MARVELOUSLi RARE ENTERTAINMENT ARSON OPERA DOUSE, vs. ONE JSIGDT OXLY, Thursday. October 26. v Andrews & Steckwell's IDEAL Spectacular Pantomime AND ' SFEGIALT7 CO. STAR En route toopen theirown Grand Opera House, Ban Francisco. The largest Slid bcit. company organized. Combined Shows!. Each and every one a distinct and reg ularly rtrgnized entertainment. "Fan lomiuio, rpeciatty and Spectacular. Our Weal Pantomime Company present the His new sparkling funuiosity if HUMPTY DUMPTY'S PICMIC! The most laughable pantomime ever produced. The popular verdict: . I NEVER LAUGHED BO MUCH IN MY LIFE J Admission, $1. No extra char? for reserved seaU Box sheet nov open. ("Tribune" copy.) NOTICE. VOTICT. IS IIEKEBY 1VEBT i that, the undersigned have pur chased the store and stock of merchan dise in hlnatown, heretofore owned bv SingHcp a Co.; also, his three horses and oue spring wagou, harness, etc., and all the Interest of said King Hp & Co. In all their wood contracts. LUNG KEE COMPANY. Carson, Octobar 20, 1S82. oc21 w Tk's Space is Resened for the Advestisement ; OLCOVICH J2C2 Look out for the CAPITAL CIGAR STORE I-OISTI BMLBIXG. Opposite State Oapitol URT OPCVER WITH AN EX I ceptionably good stock of Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Cutlery, And all kinds of Gentlemen's Smoking Paraphernalia MAX ARONSON. oct5 TO THE FRONT AGAIN ! J OHS . FOX HAS SIOW 0 hand a fresh assortment of Books, . Mask and Jewelry, GUNS A AND PISTOLS lUTOIITHIS AND ReloatiiDgTooIs And everything in the sporting Una ill the leading Periodicals and Magazines of Cutlery, Fancy Articles, And a srencral assortment of almost evrytb!nc thai cube "ooujht for money. t-6 JACOB TOBRINER, WHOLB8AUC AND RETAIL PKALER IK Imported & Domestic Cigars, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. ARLINGTON BLOCK, CAIUiOX CITY. .NEVADA LIVE Ai LET LIVE. J! II. McGuirk, Tinsmith, Plamber, Cas Filter AND GENERAL WORKER,. Havfn? established himself In business will attend to all orders promptly. No exorbitant, charges for work, my motto being "Live and Let Live." R.Khop a few doors frutbl of Opera House, ', . - . , OF BROTHERS. next Announcement. MASON & CO., IN CORBETT BLOCK, NORTH CARSON ST., Canton City, XeTaUa. yTIIOLESALE A VD BETA IX. DEALERS IX WINES, LIQUORS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CHOICE LAKE V ALLEY BUTTER. FAIRBANKS' LARD. CLOUGH HAMS AN BACON, Etc., Etc. Etc. ,0f O.-ders taken and poods dp- llivered to auy part of the city frMcr barge. MASON & CO. mm RESTAURANT. OPPOSITE THE orEBA HOU8K. open A't Hours Day and Night he TVEIlYTniXW MERVE1 vr Kli In a the best of Ftyle. Kresti t'lwli. Oysters, and all obtainable del icMri ob hand. Private dining, rooms far families and parties. Strict auetitsoa t clcauliuef iu all department. . PAHCAL. rrorft.