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MIXING STOCK HBPORT
9795 Onbir 44. 44 1
925 Mexican 17. 17
180 KonM Curry 15'4'
2280 Beat B-lcher 43, 41;
290 Savaee 89
90 Chollar 69
35 Hale & Norerons 34
2465 Crown Point 26. 27 30
30 Kentnek 13
95 Yellow Jacket 70
240 Imperial 73;
40 Empire Mill 4'.
80 Alpha 16
435 Helper 25
290 Onti-fene 15;;
80 Can Virsjim 310, 308
22S Sierr,-, N!v.i 12
4445 Cnlifo.ni Ot. 54? 30
9f ltulii;... 40
20 s,- H li'" . f 76
35 t)v. r i -.7
411 Jumi. K!
i)0 Sl. ,-.
375 1'i.i- di s6
50 Luit ;. .tii 2;
295 J nil. i
475 Baltjn. -2
v. s.t-.- , H 1
625 1) v . n zaj
: i i 1
2.T: A l .i.
:0 W...h Far.i 15.i
650 r'fsjHCt 4
0O Wooilville ,. 2
15 Ko-smh 74c
30 MarvixDil 75o
60 OCiHiil 1
10 Meadow Vall-y 6
UK) Kavniuixi k Ely 43
680 Eureka Con 61, 60 30
150 J wUsod 1
25 flKTllIX ls
f5 Belmont 4 4
275 Itve Pati h 1
90 K K Cou 41;. 4
195 IoparJ 14
685 Jefferson 33;, 3
171o ti.!i4",. 4
300 Panther 1';
25 Tif-T 87 c
450 MunstieM 25c
1690 Chariot 3. 3
430 Mahogany 7. 6
75 Sonth Chariot 1
1G0 War Eagle 1. 1.
75 Empire (Id) 1
70 Siler Cord 3. 2
470 Footman 6. 6
150 Illinois Central 6, 6
150 Panper 1'
C25 Mexican 17 '4'. 17' .
2.J5 Ophir44. 44",
92 Con Virait.ia 312. 305X
480 California 54. 53-,
1U5 Best & Belcher 41. 41
80 Yellow Jacket 71, 70
30 Savage 85. 84
50 Imperial 7
25 Overman 57, 56
300 Crown Point 26'4', 2C
OSNTlSTBT. Those deeirln? the i nifi-ssi.mal
services of DR. A. CHAPMAN should make u
early call at his room. No. 43 Ormsby Honftc.
m' '.lint-r. is; at
The review 'in Miss Adams' room
occurred yesterday and wa exceedingly
interesting. Quite a large number of
Tistora was present. The children, clad
in their holiday attire, were in their
seats some time before the usual time of
opening school, ready fur the eixuicg
test. After the sire'rxj of several song
with much sweetness and a great deal of
enthusiasm, the more serious affairs Of
the day began with exercises in mental
arithmetic, followed by recitations in
reading, spelling, geography, and
general questions in ornithology, history,
physiology, morals and manners. The
examination upan all of these topics was
creditable to teachers and pnpils, and
unusually entertaining to the many
friends who were preaent. One feature
in the examination of this class we wish
to particularize, viz.: requiring each
pupil to establish his claim for merit
by grappling with an equal number of
questions. Let the pupil be taught to
look forward to such. We commend in
the heartiest manner the plan of furnish
ing our pupils with a fund of general in
formation apart from the text book, and
we trust that the instructors in the
higher grades will continue
.Hid enlarue this excellent plan.
The following is the order of general ex
ercises in this class: Dec, '-Ca sar Cross
ing the Rubicon." Clayton Iavies. Ilec.
"Lord Byron's first Tindiclive Speech."
Art bus Pechner. Dec.. "The Disobe
dient Chickeu," Hattie Marks. Concert
recitation by the school, "The Colors,"
Emma P.irkinson. Lucy Kitirell. Bianca
1 ...i, Li Ivi iiinr:rii i'on
i 'n, i . er-T ( overt re it -tiou,
llif 1 J iIo!.jer." Mabel Downer,
launi? Wilks. rtertie Merrills, Mamie
Woodsidf. Graria Bead, Henrietta Olco-
icn. jec," Marren s Aaaress. rrea
iie Cashing. Elmer Herrick. Victor Mul
ler. Dennie Onill. Ely Barklay. Ilecita-
tion bv tbe school, "Perseverance
Recitation by most of the class, "Tbe
Seasons." Dec. References." Freddie
Dangberg, Elmer Herriek, (.'laud Pur
cell, George Oliver, Clayton Davies,
Arthur Pecbner. Dec, "Faint Praise,"
George Oliver. Dec, by the boys, "Tbe
Soldiers." Dialogue, "Dolly's Doctor,"
Henrietra Oli-tvich and lir. Herman
LA TEA T TELESMAMft.
A First Class Exhibition of Ath
letic Exebcises. We had a visit yester
day from Monsieur Bauer, the famous
wrestler and gjrnnast. He is a firmly
knit, muscular, handsomely developed
man of 29. He weighs, he says, 186
pounds. There isn't an ounce of spare
desh on his body or limbs. He is a
native of Alsnce. Little English in bis
speech. A genuine Fienchman in all
his acts, tone and demeanor. Quite a
polite and pleasant man, withal. Been
raslin' there seven year, so be says, and
never yet lost a match. He came to
Carson bv invitation of some countrv-
men of his. He will, with his pupil, M.
Kegmier, give an exhibition of bis gym-
nnstical accomplishments at the Cnrxon
lheateron the evening of July 4. It
will be an interesting and admirable dis
play of what muscle and agility can do
OBMBBV BorpK OEUBGB J. VRTKB. rBCFfclA-Tna
no.t h rttcl rt Lbn istar.fe . a -irst cl.
ouilii'-ir Thus ia.-k ,vJ"r. j'ur U t- vi 1 ao .v
re.e e Iht tit-ii.ioc. j2i-tf
K a. Pnocis is OLce more oj her ffet
and p'epared to trostcuie, Tith hfr
acenstorced vigur, cc vtLtutej and pro
jects in tbe domain of tbe fine art of
millinery. Already she bangs her ban
ner on tbe outer wall. She appears in a
brief pronnncismento in this morning's
issue. In tbe course of a few days her
.ight will wave in resplendent glory as
of ore. We congrntulnte her and her
ladv customers ou her restoration to
Auction To-pat. Mr. Cormack will
offer for sale, by auction, at 1 o'clock
P. M. to-dny, a lot of household goods.
Included therein is a fine parlor set of
furniture. Also, one buggy, harness,
robe, etc. Tbe sale will take place at
the auction rooms, north side of the
Tai Piosekrs are having posted in
prominent places in Virginia large show
cards containing the programme of
dances at their picnic. A number of
them will be hung up in the dancing
hall to prevent confusion such as oc
curred last year.
Icb Cream Saloon. Mrs. Helms has
opened an ice cream saloon at the Mis
sissippi Restaurant. Second Street, op
posite the Ormsby House. We are in
formed by notice elsewhere in our paper
of this morning that the saloon is kept
in first-class style, and is open at all
pBsoAL. Hon. Joseph P. Hoge and
Judge Wallace of tbe California Supreme
Bench came over from Lake Bigler yes
terday. They will visit Virginia City
before returning to their homes.
Ybsteepat was tbe anniversary of the
birthday of St. John the Evangelist,
famous among Free Masons. He had a I A
ni..i k;,ii,.i - t,.A ti. I -at.
M F Wilier
J F li
T H CLrn
.1 M Tarli.r
Mrs vi Hi It
i'. I: '1' gi;
V I Wi.ia.
W H Nileieh
' D Straclanil
Mrs J stewitrt
cll. Hi ue
Ml( A W.Ila.e
ST. CLAKLKS noTET.. 1I1.D.B FOX, PailfrKIXTOVS
iSDi.tib'- C ' Bi'jrnn" K K Bmckliss
W lif v.u li C Mi tuddtu J j:tFtr
A b' Alien EiJaliau P Pferduer
J' l'e'lian S P Watts J Orr
J rs I .":n C P.lore-S
Health the Source of Ilapplneu.
The relaxation of the nerrona arstem. which
creates an tDdiposition to mental or boilily
action, is of very frequent ooeurrenee. It is
found that a torpM liver, debiliuu-d stotnarh
or deranged bowles are tbe greatflt rauses.
Forytars 1R. UfcNtXY'H Cell its atep 1. X. L.
BlTTEBa hafl been suceestfully nted tbronnbout
tbe rniteti States, as an unfailing restorative
and health-givini; medicine restoring and in-
vioraTeing tnose organs to tliir original
Btrencth. It ha nt-v-r failed to restore to
health and reiuvitforate the whole system.
Dyspepsia, indigestion and loss of appetite,
general debility, rheumatism, fever and ague.
di-apiK-ar with its use. As a medicine for dis
eases arising from impure or impoverished
blood, it is without an equal. They are com
posed of an absoulely pure diffusive stimulant,
medirated with extracts and juices of the niuat
effective tonic, and will prove a safeguard
against the attack of dyspepsia and liver
The Favokitk. The Bank Exchange Saloon
corner of King and Ornisoy streets,'! becoming
the favorite resort of this city. The great
attraction is Fredericksburg Beer, while Vhe
best of wines, liquors and cigars are. also, sold
at the bar. A first class Pedro Game for the
amusement of guests, a cold lunch at all hours
and hearty good cheer for all are its recommen
dations to public favor. K. it. Brown is the
IMPORTANT. Endorsed by .be Medical pro-
fewion. Da. Wat. BALL'S BALSAM FOR THE
LI NOS cures Courtis. Colds and Consumption.
and all diseases of the Throat and Chist. UK
TOWNSLEV'8 TOOTHACHE ANOliYNE cures
lin one Ml UTE. mhlMm
F. J. WHITE, M. D.v
Physician and Surgeon.
Om Kimg Street, In rrar mf WIlUs
Drag a tar. : Clljr.
SITUATION TO Tall OAJtl Ot Til
Sick or Boum Wrk. la or eat of tks
Apply St this efler . HUM
Following is a list of tbe Dolly Varden
nominatijns at Sacramento: For Gov
ernor, John Bidwell, of Bulte, Lienteu
ant Governor. R. Pacbeco of San Luis
Obispo; Secretary of State, W. Koush of
Tlacer; Controller, Lauren E. Crane of
Sierra; Treasurer, Ferdinand Haher of
Shasta; Attorney General, Peter Van
Chef of Tuba; Surveyor General, E.
Twilchell of Sacramento; Clerk of the
Supreme Court, Paul Morrill of Sacra
mento; Superintendent of Public In
struction, J. W. Gwinn of Los Angeles.
Judge Neilson of the F-iouklyn court
hss denied the application of the plain
tiff to reopen tbe case. His charge to
the jury is brief, simple and fair. It is
At this hour it is your duty to accept
fully and without a shade of mental r s
ervation tbe rules of law stated, but on
tbe other hand I wish to pay a like de
gree of respect to your great t flioe. You
are the sole judges of tbe weight of tes
timony of and tbe credibility of wit
nesses. A sense of this restrains me
from commenting on proofs at lare and
from indicating to you what my own
opinions may be on questions of fact in
volved. Your recognition of that as j onr
relation to the conrt and to the cause is
due to the oath you have taken to ren
der a true verdict according to the i
dence. My recognition of it is due not
only to you but to these parties, as the
moral force of a verdict depends largely
on the fact tbat it is tbe nr hissed jnrig
ment of twelve men sebctrd from t lie
body of our citizens and iu tbe most
solemn form known to our laws con
secrated to the service. He then slated
that csansel had extracted so much tes
timony from the 111 witnesses tbat if
he was to auote it to them they would
not reach their deliberation until duvs
hence, weary and exhausted. The
pleadings had been stated in their
hearing and they understood tbst
tbe charge of adultery lay at tbe bottom
of it. Judge ell son said tbat seme tes
timony relates to tbe principal question
in issue; some of it to the credit iae to
certain witness; some of it to tbe mere
question of damages. Tbe pleadings
have been stated in your bearing, and
you perceive tbecbarge of adultery is de
nied by tbe answer and lies at the foun
dation of tbe case. I'pon tbe issue tbns
joined tbe bnrden of proof rests on tbe
plaintiff. Y'ou are also to understand
tbat evidence should be snch as to carry
conviction to tbe minds of just and pru
dent men; should point to actual guilt
more directly than to anv otber reason
able hypothesis. The wrong chnrged in
this complaint might be proved by direct
or by circumstantial evidence, tint such
a charge is not usually proved, or i ml red
probable by direct and positive evidence.
The reason is obvious in most instances
where under social restraints an appurent
proper intimacy degenerates into licen
tious acts and the evil intent and
life put on the parh of innocence. All
such fuses are involvtd in doubt and
Judge E. B. Crocker cf Sacramento
brother of Charley Crocker of tbe C. P.
li It. Company, long time an invalid, is
Tbe Independents, having tne press
dispatch mnchiuery in their band are
getting np a sickly zephyr of eutbnt-i.-isro
over the ticket. John Bidwell is a nice
old nmmim to enthuse over, in i I
Tom Allen renews bis proposition t
fight Goorpe Ilooke. for 1,0(K) u side.
The exiimination of tbe accoi.rts of
r i , . i i r . . . . i
aimer, mn iiemuiun cticriiiry t,. ioi-i
C. P. Company still contiuns. h:is IfKsiwUU
tnrnei! nv,r tnnph nf t-in r -nn.
Standford. ' I'Vi
The San Francisco Chronic! has pone
clean over to tbe Doliies. God help
them! They are as strong as tbe com
post from Dutch Nick s if they can
stand the treble dose of Jobn Bitell,
Frank Pixley and the De Youngs.
Prof. Jenney sends a dispatch to the
Indian Bureau at Washington iu which
he says of tbe Black Hills gold mines,
"The prospects at present are not such
as to warrant extended explorations."
ttrsia ll- Nrtaiia
Henry L. Lavurncc, Proprietor.
rsi ii r. vMn7iMt.M d h tiu
M urel:aMd IU- alsYe ranted iiettauiaut
and ottr eal ea hrelt givis noiiee u lis
old 1'M " mil Hit- s iibllc lii gi ber I Uiat I t
will M-re the very l-eel the Uiark-1 LflotiU. Tbi
pill lie mill lie M-ivnt to order iiL
Tarltey, f lV Meaha,
Durst, Stfjl ".
Geese, ltVyS) Fasti-),
Qoxoll. "V cnlBon
OYSTERS FRIED k on the H1LF-SKLLL
ADtiinfiirt t-TrrlLUtc tcW feuiid tu i bi
clan luttttiir:iit uiil iryitter haltMii
ICE CREAM, 25 Ct9.
I njjri:lnil thf MN'tnii in rxn n4
thf l'it t bin i tuiti v ill I fiv ii in n.y niu
tcDlt-n. 1 i lltt? WbltlTH Wtl) 4llfe in at.
Oivr nt mil.
&TDGF.S AM FALLiHIC!
Dry Coeds are
EXTRAORDilMl Y CECLINE
OF PrICCH AT
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u tile v,i auvstiti m us iMihMt. in mia
1H nee i f h ell er ti- ll'sbld le sell ai
astelilsblusl ) pi Ires:
Prints ef the best III r
I in sitale Mnslirn......
while I ork
In. It of the Lvoui
Ifjslish letiRi'li th....
Hl.e I li(Ue.
bliiitiUKs sliI all
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THE TftUST FUND
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320 California Street. San
riMlIS A'KOnATION HATING Atgilhfcj
iht- rxnit ri ii ti in Irani km
S k,i u ti t r 5r't 211 ol Im-trancr, III
r idv tu ir fur; ) i: Iictirti i-i-lit u tLt au
all vtb'i ilatiH n: iu um. Ctidt-r th Trit"
Hit;d KMi ni th- IN 1'f'T lioliit r arruiniDat
baua aos nut in aMitK;n iff? bm lunu:
aiMv, aiii Mt tbe witui'LUilaT "mil. itiruntnl in
UiaintainiD. Iu ur a loin, t early N3 p r vtux
ol the aiuouitt ) aid )rtt.t miu in tl pini M in
a pawn. l; tiX, uEil, t (tt'taii r ltl tlruili
urrrti t-r alii-cf t --I't li ff-tira.-f'iiini.i
tbe lava of Cnhl. ia- may W witbUiavu in
cm- of iija 111 ) to-iin.Uiiu- ay Oh lit,
'lot; AMK.-ia it'll iilare til Lito its in tbe
Pacific Vi'to2l Life Inscracce Ccmpa&y
OF Cl IFOKMA.
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Atttls Jan. lsi, 1-75
Liabilities. Jan. let. IH7il
Surplus as rtgirJs P liry In Idera S - .WTH 'ii
In the cimtncts ol thl Coinpanj nur quit.
able essn surteiider v iue u uua ranheo. anil
ftir this eanin Its tuln'ii-s cab be usrd as ci-1
isttral sci uilty lu ir.e aikbutil ul Ibur value.
ivrial arraugereents haw but n naile here.
I t lliei riitii -ii nif 'I imt I nnrt depesita UI
w issiuii tvtnt-'imi wiim naiiss
UESTIKN h.VVINoH AND TfclJbT COltf AN V
ui ban rlalii-iseo
IK1HA BANK, Kanta Itoia and
THE BANK OF LAKU, Lak-ori:
TIIK l'ANK OK MUtOlT h 8MITH. Marv.
THK HANK OF 1 EALUHlll l.O. Healilebur,
THOMAS A. BALL
Jeifi htclal Aert. f
OF GREA1 IHiPURTANU
Xji a x X
H. F. E1CE.
E. t. rTUS.
eifreel, oppesite Wells. Fara;
i r.'s Exprraa OIBeo.
CARSON. .CITY NEVAD
ITT ILL PURCHASE
Bonds of All Descriptions,
And e tlimecnrlMes dealt ia at ttaa
Stock and Exchange Board.
fe2Mf HICK V
K KKNAIMIKH OK m.Hl HA!H
HI b. ilii.ii.'i! to the estate tf tbe late J
Mil Ht hss arrived.
WHICH WILL BE SCLD AT CIST!
Hie frtcrk coiLiiiiH the luoat elraut
S um mer Silks.
srlnr rrea tiaNMla,
And a large 1U cf other itxhU too cnnnTeus ti
A FULL LINE CF CARPETS AND
Come One! Come All!
SO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS!
Now la your Time t Mrrair taar
JMLrm. T. Slioyor.
CORBETT BLOCK, CARSON.
Change ct t tcc !
f tiX klkutfi&X
T 1111.11 ,1LV I. MaC,
Kerr A. r.irta Ha) lard,
C mi lf va1af
Have on hand f'lll ansortBieal f all kluila i,'.
IRON, STEEL, STOVES.
1 1K Vt ARE,
WiuIoM9 V l)oois.
(ALL AN l M E Ot H NKW BIOCZ.
t Mil W OMPANY
! What Are i
All thusi a en delta the ;
currier t f I arson aud Kiuk :
Wi they have been j
sanil lms H I K B I t ' H ;
l.lwLolitl and Oiu-liH st ;
lilt :ol(NKR KALUtiM.' :
i i tf
X01.1h v. a. MINT.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
CONSTANTLY' ON HAND.
INS JEWELRY AND WA1CHES.
Rilver Warn, Diamond Bets,
Hupirb chains, Uiauliful
l.ii ki-ts. eld aud Mlvrr
W alrLes. I lesaut froUM
loi ks. Um, lint 1 1 lis. inld lebs. larlnsp.
liran l. Is, Kings, and a lull MwrllLtsI u4
Waleliea t leaned anil Hepnlreal.
AUo, KINK HAVANA 4 I'tMlTlC 1 10A.
IuUaCCO, I'll r, ite. lor Jartl. ulaia call at
CHARLES W. FRIEND'S,
iVatrk and Jewelry Eslal)liliniCG.,
Or door north uf O. P. VI lllia' tmg Stora,
rAKr-0 C11V MvVAl
C. N. MAhKI
Wili. pr At nn:
IV ALL ISIS
Offlee In Einekel'a Bn.liaa.
BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY
A MPKIilflli ahiiii: )'
Heavy Bocts and Shoes
Par Mala at h......
Ti e atti litli n f tlie tra.le la siartal'.r tavita
t o the abote a-4!. C-roers ti u tII iMraia
nii'J-tl '. .. lii kiAjt. Watdeaa