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TCESDAV IEC. 6. IHHZ L. P. FISHER. Advertising A pent, 21 Merchants bxdiuisre, is sole agent for the Uurnims Atpial in San Francisco B4 The "MORS I SO APPEAL" U the only paper in Carton putrfishing telegraphic dispatcltes and afternoon stock report. STOCKS. INFORMAL BOARD 9 A. M. Sax Francisco, Dec. 4. Following are the opening and closing quotations : Halefc Nor cross, 1 35 ; Chollar, 1 55 ; Gould & Curry, ; Union, 4 CO ; Kodie, 2j ; Mexican, 4 20 t.'rown 3, 3 b Point, 1 30; 10 ; Potosi, 1, Albion, 1 CO ; 1 CO ; Ophir, 22, 2 80 ; Best & Belbher, 4 Yellow Jacket, 1 35 ; North Belle L,le, 25c ; Exchequea, 30c : Savage, 70c ; Con. Virginia, COc ; Sierra Ne vada, 4 10. MORNING BOARD 11 A. M. 80 Ophir 2 80 240 Mexican 4 10 320 Gould & Curry 2 GO 20 Best & Belcher 4 i GI0 1020 14G5 2170 2000 11 GO 320 350 . 30 250 250 20 450 810 50 25 California 10c Savage 55c Con. Virginia COc Chollar 1 45 Potosi 11 Hale & Noreross 1 20 Crown Point 1 20 Yellow Jacket 1 30 AJpha 1 10 Belcher 70c Sierra Nevada 4 Utah 2J Bullion 70c Union Con. 4 1 Alta 40c Andes- -75c 20 Occidental If 110 Scorpion 75c 1 100 Albion 2 S5 105 Bodie 2 150 Mono 20c 5 Northern Belle 92 500 Belle Isle 50c after morning board. San Francisco, Dec. 4 2 l. m. Union, 4 40 b, 4 45 a ; Sierra Nevada, 4 b; Mexican, 4 05 b, 4 10 a; Ophir, 2 80 a, 2 70 b; Con. Virginia, (0 s; Best & Belcher, 4 J a; Gculd & Curry, 2 G5 a ; Savage, CO a ; Chollar, 1 45 s ; Hale & Nor cross, 1 15 b ; Potosi, 1 20 s ; Crown Point, 1J a ; Yellow Jacket, 1 30 b ; Albion, 2 80 s ; Utah, 2 J a; Bodie, 2 b ; Ex chequer, 1 b, 1 30 a. 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-wipersr 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 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 er single rigs at cheaper prices than any stable in the city. Horses boarded by the day, week or month and given the best of feed. A trial wyi give satisfaction, both as to the quality and price of services rendered. Dancing School. At the Opera House. Classes every Saturday from 1 to 4 p. M., and from 7 to 9 p. m., 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 & Meder. Ladies fancy goods at reduced prices. To be found at Cohn's one price store, -j..' ' Nainsooks marseilles and piquets at coat, at Harris Bros. PAT HOLLAND'S FALL. A. Stage Miwhap 4'hances II in Whole Life. .Years ago, in the early days of the Comstock excitement, Pat Holland, now Postmaster ana coroner in a little town in Cachise county, Arizona, was the most respected man in the State. He had the reputation of being a dead shot with a pistol. Of course this accomplishment made him feared by everybody and there was no man in Vir ginia so bold as to cross him in public. Pat acquired his repu tation by shooting on the stage, and could knock an apple off his son's head with an accuracy and carelessness which cembined to impress the public far more than the manner in which the pains- t iking William Tell performed the feat with an arrow. Finally Pat secured a young lady who would allow an apple to be shot off her flaxen roll, and when Pat executed the feat he would throw his keen eye at the girl and then poll his orbs up into the gallery, and without locking at his mark, send a bullet through the fruit. This was put down on the bills as "Pat Hol land's psychological feat of shoot ing from memory," and drew crowded houses. One night he advertised to shoot apples from twelve young ladies' heads in succession and only take cne look at the crowd. Piper's Open House was packed with men at a uolter a head, and when the curtain rose twelve immaculate ballet dancers were in line along the wings, each Pat with an apple on her head. stepped to the footlights and bowed amid tremendous ap plause. He had a six-shooter in each hand and the stage man ager announced that he would shoot the last six apples with his left hand. Casting his eye along the line, he took a long breath, a steady position, and then faced the audience. Lift ing his revolver he began to shoot in rapid succession and the apples began to fly out of sight amid the breathless silence of the audience. The curious part of . the performance, however, lay in the fact that by the time Pat had fired six shots all the apples had disappeared, yet he kept right on banging away with his second weapon from his left hand, amid roars of laughter and derision. To cap the climax two apples got tan gled together and remained dangling from the edge of a scene in plain sight of the audi ence. The trick was at once ap parent. Each apple had a fine thread attached, and at the shot was jerked quickly out of sight. The supes behind the scenes who pulled the strings got con fused at Pat's rapid firing and half the apples disappeared be fore the time. Two were snatched off simultaneously and the strings overlapping in the air brought the apples together, where they hung to the edge of the scene, the strings being on each side. This ended Hol land's career as a public soloist on the pistol, and the public gradually came to look upon him as an ordinary mortal. Soon after this he got. into a street row in Pioche and fired twelve shots in a densely populated por tion of the city without killing a man. But for attempting to do too much at once, he might have gone to Congress from this State years ago. Caswin A. Xoteware. Russia leather, alligator and plush-covered portfolios, novel ties in paper and envelopes, ideal artotypes, plaques, Japan ese decorative goods, selected personally and just opened at Cagwin A Noteware's Bazaar. ! Go to M. Cohn's ana examine his new styles of moquettes and body Brus $ Is arpets. Ladies and children's shoes at cost, at Harris Bros. Char. E. Uealy. This voun? pentleman an- ' cj - nounces himself in the Appeal as a candidate for the office of Messenger in the Senate. The lad has an excellent Democratic record and his sympathies have always been with the Bourbon wing of this great government. Whon a Democratic speaker made a good point in his speech at the Opera House the noise of young Dealy's boots thumping the floor of the gallery could be heard far and near. When a bonfire was to be made in honor ;f Democratic victory in Kentucky, Dealy, Jr., would sacrifice ev ry Id dry goods box and ash barrel in his father's back yard, and even bring good nut pine cord wood necessary. The boy has been consistent Democrat, and the Senate will probably recognize his claims. Declined. Peter Soartro furnishes the Appeal with a two-column poem on the late special election In our opinion the election on the 2Sth of last month buried all the issues, and the publica tioi of this poem would be cal culated to again incite the smouldering fires of partisanship to burst into a blaze, and some bod v would get singed. Two columns of poetry pitched reck lessly in among the politicians of Ormsby would be like a fire brand dropped into a powder magazine. In this excitable community Mr. Spargo's stir ring poetry is unsafe, and its publication inadvisable and im politic. Ketnrned. For the past two months M. Conn has been virtually like a pendulum between Carson and the Bav. He brings up a new stock of fancy goods. On each ocaion he appears to miscalcu late the purchasing capacity of Carson, for he seldom brings up enough to last over a week, yet he generally has the sidewalk blocked with boxes. Mr. Cohn is a heavy advertiser, and this is what keeps him on the jump. The Two JIas. McEwen, the heavy acrobat of the Chronicle, and McEwen the famous cider maker, were both in town yesterday. Some people blaspheme at McEwen's editorials, but no man ever yet drank any of the rancher's cider who did nst hold out his glass for more, and most people had rather drink the rancher's cider than peruse the journalist's edi torials. Thj editor himself acknowledges that he belongs to the class who prefers the cider. Pare Milk. Mr. J. W. Duffy is now sup plying Carson with something of a novelty, to wit: pure milk. He has the largest milk route in the city and his large patron age is due to the fact that he sells no swill fed milk and gives good measure. The secret ef success in the milk business lies in giving honest measure and selling milk that cream will rise on in the morning. Duffy has hit it 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. ' Zephyrs, all shades all shades ; German worsted, all shades ; ; crewls, knitting Saxony yarns, wools, all shades ; Shetland all shades ; embroidery silks, all shades, at M. Cohn's. Oriental tooth wash, Tetlow's perfumes and Slavens face pow ders for sale at Fosters. ' Cloaks Cohn's. and dolmans at Plushes,all sh ades and quali ties, at M. Cohn's. IX BRIEF. Mrs. Dr. Her rick has gone East on a visit. Attorney Deal, of Virginia, was in the city yesterday. A streak of pay eravel has been discovered in Aeh canyon Miss Celia Perkins, the guest of Miss Mettie Curry, was the recipient of a pleasant surprise party on Saturday night. The motion for a new trial in the case of Brown vs. Evans, was argued ana submitted in the U. S. District Court yester day. Mrs. Larcombo, whose hus band and son were drowned in the Truckee river a few months ago, is stopping at the Ormsby House. Carson people laugh at the idea of the Prison being moved. This is actually contemplated and we must begin at once to block the game. Miss Georgia David Bain of Bain, sister of this city, was married on Thanksgiving night to Mr. Frank M. Ostrander, an attorney of Chico. Dr. O. H. Pierson, formerly of this city, died on Sunday l ist in New York. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. II. F. Foster and Mrs. B. F. Small. D. J. Robb, Sheriff of Esmer alda county, came to the city yesterday with Jessie Pierson, a convict, who had been taken to Aurora to testify in a stage robbery case. Bob Lindsay, the Reno at torney, was in the city yester day, leaving his pathway strewn with the recital of the marvel ous things which happen in the maddening whirl of life in his riverside village. "I wish I had the position of undertaker in this town," re marked a newly elected State official." I wouldn't have a dozen men a day wanting a place under me. If I could bury some of these office hunters I would be a happy man." SkateM. Cagwin & Noteware have taken time by the forelock by ordering a large assortment of skates from Chicago. They are now to be seen at the store in glittering array. They are of the latest patterns and made with all the late improvements for fastening, etc. Cameline for sale at the City Drug Store. Table linens, toweling and towels at cost, at Harris Bros. Dress goods, silks and grena dines at cost, at Harris Bros. LEGISLATIVE ANNOUNCEMENTS. ru The price of announcements in this column until the session of the Legislature is fl3. CHARLES E. DKALY Announces himself as a Messenger of the Senate. candidate for P. FttVER Announces himself as a candidate for Page of the Senate. fAMF.S BE.VTOX nnounces himself as a candidate for Page of t he Senate. w ILL1K UAICiK Announces himself as a candidate for Messenger of the Assembly. LL IAVIS Respectfully announces himself as camliilme tor Page of the Assembly. G iKORtiK I. LAM3IOX Announces himself as a candidate for Chief Clerk of the Assembly. UEM BEBBY Respectfully announces himself as candidate for Porter of the Assembly. J.)HlLLfP XISHELH Hereby announces himself as a candi date lor Page of the ssembly. UALK Respectfully announces himself as a candidate lor Porter of the Assembly. KRTIE MaT WARD, Of Carson, announces himself as a Candidate for Pae ef tbe Assembly. 1882 FALL OLCOVICH BROS. NEW and DECIDED ATTRACTIONS Every department filled seasonable eoods lor Rill OLCOVICH Importers and Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,, Men's Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Houe Furnish ing Goods, etc., offer better inducements to purchasers than any other house in this city. Having NO RENT to pay and petitors, carrying the largest enabled to sell at closer prices. Oar SHOE STOIIE is the most complete in the St.ite, ana we have on hand an excellent assortment oi .Misses', i.,:iaies amr Children's Shoes of the best Eastern make. 50 Cents Per Week k' All c'.as'ie of le jitimate advertisements not exceeding six lines inserted i:i tin i column for SO Cents per week. To Bent. rJIE HOUSE FORMERLY pied by .luiijre lieatty. 1'a; OCCIT tly fur- nisheil. pply oi James Eraser. Special Xotiee. HOH1X IS NOW THK SOLE m aent i'l Carson of the "White" and "New Howe" sewing nucmiit's. Tonsorial. ASCHEIM IS NOW KliN.Nl.NU HIS ttK ber shop near the iepit, ami runs it. as they say, up to the handle, tor a iroou, c.ian, close, artistic and quick shave, shamp o r hair cut, this place cannot easily be matched. Perfumery. fNETI.OWS PERFUMERIES, I5CLUDING I ilirie Stuart, White Ueranium and Sprins Violet, for sale at the City Drutf More. agwin & Xotwarf's 3fews Depot N EW MUSIC, NOVEMBER M UA.lh, Daf'sett's " lira.xton s Bar," Stylutrraphie and MeKmnon Pens, Automatic Pencils, Ba- ;r Patterns, Powder, Shut, ufcells and tart- ridges. HOTELS. ORMSBY HOUSE. CARSON CITY, NEV. SHARP BROTHKIIS, - Proprietors. This hotel is the most pleasantly and cen trally located in Die city, beinc near the prin cipal business houses and the State Capitol. The Culinary Department is under the man agement of experienced heads, and no expense will be spared in supplying the table with the best the market effords. J. W. SHARP (formerly of the Revere Hoae, Napa, California), Maunajfer. THE ORMSBY HOUSE Is the headquarters for all the siaire nes leaving Carson. Transient Rates $2, 12 60 and ft Meals 0 cents eaeb THE MiLZW HOUSE BY THE Night, Week or Month AT- Reasonabld Prices. THESE ACCOMMODATIONS ARE NOT SURPASSED IN CARSON. A well house. oet24 . stocked bar attached to the 1. X. BRULF, lm-rietor. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, Corner Carson and Third Sts. CARSON, - - - NEV. rIII FAK-FAMEO HOTEL still lives and propjrs under the excellent maaagcmeutoi its proprietor. COMFORTABLE ROOM & A C00D TA3LE 'TroVidod for all the patrons. GEORGE TlIFtY. Proprietor. CARSON EXCHANGE Cieorxe W. Vandell Pro"r (Successor to Elijah Walker.) rpiIF, HOl'ME WILL BE MADE 1 pleasant for fimllie and all who may call. Board and Ixxltfln. Eight Dollar per week. Meals, Fifty Cents. Beds, fifty Cents. Xearly OpiMtte Bailroad Depot. OPENING 1882 AT to" over flowing with new tint ana Winter requirements. BROTHERS, smaller expenses tiian our com stocK ana nesi assonmeni, c m- CROCKRIE.- MASON CO., IN (OI'.BETT Ill.lH-K, NORTH CARSON' ST., Carnou City, XevaUa. 'UOr.KSAI.E Ai KHTAIIV D I. A I. Hi l. WINES, LIQUORS AND GENERAL MERC II A N D I 3 K. CHOICE LAKE VALLEY. BUTTER. FAIRBANKS' LARD. CLOUG1I HAMS ANIL BACON, Etc., Eti Etc Ortlera taken anil ir d livered to any'turt of tuecitj free T charge.S MASON A CO.