rniiY M.tKcii i. i7!
On :iei'oinit if the t-xtreme loiigth of the
I'own Onlin iic? els.'whero puMinheil, wo are
'I'lisiraini'd to withhold from the readers of
lie Moi;'ix: Ari r. v!. a curtain carefully pre
I'.n cd editorial art id u coivjoniii'g tlio Correla
tive ( 'mijuiieuveliess of Concrete Ouseilnts
as d.issitied with Certain Comparative Condi
tions if (.n;i'-uital Comprehensiveness. Of
iMMr.e so u i.le ;in.l far icaehin a snhjeet as
this eaimot ie treated (save to the most super
llci.d an 1 comprehensive mamier): an. I as our
artidi- I'ontempl.iUs the occupancy of not less
that thnv or fo'ir colunir.-; of solid nonpareil,
(we may ps.--ili!y "Jiire a hall"), of course we
;ive way to she r,o -Icss-impo: f ant Ordinance
of (iir F.i.iH.s. Let the lawless, the lewd,
tiie leck'ev-. ae.d the ev;-..sive read, ponder, re
llect and ii'i -mole. .Meantime we advise every
body ! o salt d nv n this Ordinance for future
i. feretiee. to t!i; .MoKninu Appeal extra
p ii-rs i-oii . th ' Ord.:::!'ioe can he oh-
t. ii:md at th.-
t ..is tn.'l:loj
TMESIYFR HILL PASSEI OYER THE
adii'i'.-'oii, Ib. "JS. -At 1:V he Speaker
l..:d tin 'iV'n mess. ;;e before the House, and
p- rfect ofi'er IiavltiLj been .- curefl, appended
a clerk, v, ho read it. The Ricsitlent says it
lias 1 en his earnest desire to conctir with
( '. injrc s.s i a i ht' adoption of measures to m
rivaso the silver c i;iaoe if the country, but
so as not to impair obligations or contracts,
public or private, nor to injuriously affect the
public credit. It was only on the conviction
that this bill did not meet that essential re
quirement, t'nat he felt it his duty to with
hold from it hi approval. The message fnr
t.er states that the capit:;! defect f the bill
is that it contains no provision protecting
from its operation )re-exisiino clcl'ts, m case
the coinage w'.iich it create shall continue of
less value than that which was the sole legal
t'-nder when they were created. In the judg
mei t of niankiiid it would be an act of bad
faiifi. The standard of value should not be
fltauged without the consent of belli parties
t' the coutract.
The national promises should be kept with
ii: I'linchino; fidelity. He cot:M not s'vn a bill
. ich woulil aiithori.e the breaking of
k...red obligations. The obligation of the pub
lic faith an. I credit certainly tians.-end all
piesiions of profit, or public advantage. Its
unquesf ionable maintainance was the dictate,
u. well of honesty, as of experience, ami
should ever be carefully guarded by the ex
ecutive, by Congress, ami by the people.
Washington, Feb. LS o r. v.. The Silver
bill has passed the House over the President's
eto, by a vote of liili to 73.
NVashington, Feb. 2S. The Senate at 4
o'clock passed the Silver bill over the Presi
dent's veto, without debate, by a vote of oil
STRIKE IN THE FOURTH OF JULY
W e are informed that a handsome ore body
was voinid in the lower workings of the
Fourth of .Inly mine on Sunday last. This
vein is exposed to a width of two feet, ami the
it dieations tire very promising that it will ex
pand into a largo deposit. The perseverance
'.mi pluck of the owners deserve rich reward,
r.d we hope that the above prestiges a rich
onanza to them.
The above is from thu Eureka Sentinel of
the 2iitU, received yesterday, and will be of
interest to many of our citizens. ftlost of the
.'ock is held here.
Lmdon, Feb. -A. -The Standard sayi:
'Ail that is really implied by the selection of
Lord Napier of Magala :s Commander-in-Chief,
and Sir (Jarnet Woolsey as hL Chief
of St. tr, is that the terms of peace, if not mod
ified, cmnot be sanctioned. V e hive been
brong; t face to face v.ith war by tie: .'rrogant
Mid :igrcssi ve policy of Rusiiia. " Tht Stand
ard i iblislus atictJier article discussing the
pr.d. hie himling places of the British forces
m a, !io Sea of Marnvn a. The writer thinks
lie.-... : Ray the most probable place. This is
mere sr.. i ise, but the article shows a very
war-like t -im.
The tele,! .hie dispatch s note a breach o
trust in the i t r of coi.i.ge and exports.
The Tre.tot.ry 1 . ;
continue their coir
nhipment of trade
to the Eastern Si.
t.f the Mint has b".
more without a pro
t incut threatening to dis
s on account of the large
! rs from San Francisco
- tiered nttt to coin any
.e from the bullion hol
ders, that I lie coin should be used for
foreign exports. Some of the holders seem
to have acted in bad faith but the parties are
nut known. Itoturns for February show an
export f - Sl(),i)7d in trade dollars. The mat
ter is being investigated.
Jim Kh;k's Oexerosity. James it.
Koene lias t . Atgraphed from New York to the
San Francisco Bulletin to distribute J?2,500
on hid account anions the churches of the city
and the Pol ro Relief Committee, engagod
in alleviating the wznta of iLc suffering poor.
TFIE SILVER HILL PASSED.
By roferenco to our telegraphic despatches
it will be seen that the Silver Kill has been
passed over the President's veto. We ex
pected he would do so and that he would be
so done by. The bill is now a law and the
silver dollar is a legal tender. Nevada re
joices over the victory.
03:iI.AN4 i: NO. 53.
An ordinance to regulate Ledis.-; in ( .tnv-n Ciiy.
The lloiird of Trustee- of C;tiNi'ii I'ily do ordain:
Section 1. Tiie persons-, firms .is.si.ci iti-e.s, nni corp,-:r-itions.
(I.Titii- s-iii-Ji branches .i bi.sin. - s. iii-d earning on
s.ueii tnuii's an'! proicssio.is :is 1 1 r. in i ft er siec:.tiei, sua!!
..biain from sai.i ciiy, at.d pay lor t'.c lie-, i-. iierein.iUer
Section l. A"I 1:- -n-es shall he tuk. n out .iiiart.r'v, in
aihanee, unit -vs ..tl.cru i-e iir.': -to! her; in. ami must be paid
.or in oiii iv i i i w hen On- amount paiil . e 'e.i-; live do liars.
All iuvn.-t'S tnl nut pursuant to 1 he rciiiirciii"iits of this
onlin inc.'. shall be I'l.ni'l and kept, hv tm- parly orpartic
taking t!:c salt:.'. i. a sjiviioiis piace, in or ;iloi!t ihc
pia.v of lnisine-;.; ... Mich license or licenses; ::iot mast In'
..io,n In the o : Yit v. Iie.se -i ; : 1 y it i to issic su-h lioiiisf
!;f i:".; useai iiours ot business, on ilcma.iil.
Section o. Anv fit'rsi'ii. linn. a-se.eiat inn. or roro-T-ilion
whose duty it shall v, o'ni t ilo' r. .-iir. m, nt of this or
ilinaiH'.' lo lake out a license, who :i.;:! tail titnaai s
tii'.'.-t alter, sha'l pay. as a pcr.aov for S'l'M liclev. trn p r
r- nt. ail ti; ioni'l to i. c original amoi'nt. ao-i sl:a:l In; li ,lt'
to ;i rivii attioii tor the :vi'oe.-y t'u rtof, with co.ts. aiul to
a rriniiiial ai-tion u ii.Toin on coi ii-tion. i i'. v"t!,. ,,rt,.
si'ail be ion it not t''i'V'.tiii' iiin- iiiimir.-tl iloU irs in ri.i'f t
Stati's a.tUi coo,, and sii ill iay tho .!. of t! , ao'io:i for
;iie!l t'ols and Iiin.-t i a 111 loo niav lit' issni .1 ;i: in foil
ew . it '.liall ho inivris iiioil in tii; i i y ,i i;! it -t. in- ri
1 1 an (ifty i la v s. or '"iii:-!i.'.l In hotn i;e5i (in - aii.l iiii!rioii
lu.. ut, as ti.t- court si..,!i :
Sf'ti-'ii t. Til 1 lit:is. s provhl,';! In- ti;s or ii'vnns'
.r...Mir.'il sl-:: : : )' pni'ii , U1 a';'r.';ri'i'.' t'.-roi. ".i.l !
i:: 1 ir. nf hoi.k , w o h to ' o r tin ,':tu at si. : ',! ',-
1. " I'reitoii i T , : 1 1 on is- lama t:u' ii .rs. thui'I fr a.n "init.
I'las-. iiu-inos, iratlo, jToiossinn an-1 nam-1 or liaro ..f
la . iisi' lin ; -.'s may n.' in-rri.'ii; .eid !., ii :v iMi!:ti:v
thi'V siiail la' -i'.-la il iiy ; i,' liosiint an.l ('!:'; n." tile
i!o..nl .1 i ni.-in's au,l -.iiH'r i 'i'.oil i.v the Cie. Mar.-iial.
. ii' n '. T!".' City Marslri! I.-. ;, in his ot'i
ala'il "('in I.Uvmm' !l. i si or." iii whiili ho
aii . no r
H. .M. s "f all I'arlii-s to win .in ho i'ii'i hri:--'-: t'io his
iiK'- s, tra! or ;irofi :-ion hoi'ii-r-i, t'n- tinn tor wtiioh in ii
I i.v '.!f iioM tiie 'ia;. "f th- ir isnaiu't' an i i o:r it ion.
at a! tl.f amount r'i'"it'.t th'Tofor, ami ht shall oxloh.t
siien hook to tic ll.'ar.l f I rustics o saiu eily vii- jiv '. r
so iv juiivi to il l.
So''ti..n tv Tin' City CI rk sh i.'l Vo'?tt an a-vurate i.-o'i'iit
ill a suitahh' htink ki'l'l 1-y him I"r that t'Urioso to In'
raili-il tto' "( i: i.u''iisf lt". k.'ot ail iie. us i util t tiio
City .Marshal, the .iiar.vr for !iii-li ism .). an.l tin- ani"i:nt
t:i;Ti'"f. The City Marshal si'aii. at the hi'ti:iuin r of carll
i)uartcr. rotiirii to the City Clerk all iinscl.l liot'itsrs ro
t'oifed liy him for tlu1 last nuartor, ami the City t'iorkshaM
therefore yive the City M.irsli.il er.'.lit with tin' sanii-. ami
with the amount of all ni"n' ys j.aiii hy tho City Marsli tl to
tie. City Troasuri-r. i:;hii oxhihit of j.rojKr it-v'ei;.ts iIhT''
for, wliirh tin1 city Marsi.ai shall take ami di livrr to the
Ci'y Ih'.'k. ami the t it y ClttK shali. iion ontainiiiL.' the
na, it'.. of the City Trt a aror for city lint's as j.aiii ;o him,
I'har.'o the City Treasurer w ith the amount of money so
no-ij.tfi f r. Tiio City Cierk shall Mihinit saf.l "t'ity
I. ie.'iise !!"ok' to the ii.nirtl of Trustees, ainl make yh
straeis aial .irtailc.1 sei.eiiU'ius Iht r fri -ill w iu:i et ur re-
.jUl'Slfit to do .o.
Sei'tioii 7. It shall he tile itnty of the Tity M.n-shnl to
rtjiort to the City Attorney nil parlies who have fviUJ to
tuke out licenses as required hy this ordinance as soon as
such party or parties shall have hecti dclimiiicn; fifteen
days, and thereupon said City Attorney shall institute
civil priveedinirs to recover the lonoimt of -ueh dciiu
Uc!iey. with ten ir cent, thereon and c -ts of miit, hut
such civil proccedinu's sha:l not he a tiar to the criminal
actions in this ordinance provided for.
Section S. The City Marshal, and rcrulariy appointed
and legally H!aiincd po:iei'tiien of t.ii.l city, -hall sec that
the re.iiirenu tits of this ordinance he riejdiy complied
with, and whenever any one ot them shall in. ike an arrest
f 'i" any v iolation Thercf, he sV;'l ri eive. w ai n v i:a hv
the arrested party, the si ui .a t ic o iiars. If ,l:c i 'i y
Vo-sh'.M or and o'her .''.i.-.T n.".-A.i soeeirttd shali. In
willful failure to perform the cor es j"-e:n inrw-e i cao.se
the loss to said city of any sum of ,i,, l icii miirht and
should have been e iilt.tid he ii.ili fori, il -ueh sum to
GROCERS, MERCHANTS AN1 TRADERS'.
Section li. Every person, firm, or assiK-iation, cneii'jred
i l tiie husiness of si'iliin.', at wholesale, or hy retaii. in
said city, (exivpt as in this ordinance otherwise provided 1,
n' v ines. lii".iors, groceries, provisions, jewelry, books,
stationary, drills, medicines, nils, paints, chemicals, iron
ware, tin.va-e, woodenwaro, chinaware. stovewarc, earth -ernware,
itardware, furniture, drvu'oods, clothing, boots,
sh.H-s, hats, .-aps, or anv otin r inerehaMitise, whatsoever,
siiall pay for anu'obtain. quarterly, a lie nscto carry on
such husiness, accordiue; to his or tluir ni"titiily sales: as
prescribed in the f"liowi'i'.r schetiuk. to wfi:
Those whose monthly sales amount to lite tliousai.d dol
lars, or more than that stun, shall pay f-.r tsucu license
twenty dollars per nuartcr year.
Tlio.-e whose nionttiiy salts are two thousand five hun
dred dollars, and not to cored ti c thousand dollars, siiail
pay for such license ten dollar per 'inart. r.
And those who.t. moi.l iy sae-s arc less than two thous
and live hundred doiiars, shall p..y lor such iicene six dol
lars per quarter.
REsTAt'ltANTS AND HEEIi ESH MENT SUloNS.
Section 11. Ev cry person, tinn, or association, eiitraed
in keeping a restaurant. eatini,r iiouse. eatine; stand. ystcr
bouse, oyster stand, coffee house, C"ff'e stand, or other
place or establishment for purp. ses t.f entertainment or
rcirtshnicnt. shall pay for and obtain, quart, riy, a license
to carry on such business, accrdne; to his ortheir monthly
recicpts. as prescribed in the f.!l..tinLr schedule, to wit:
Those whose inon'hly receipts exceed one thousand dollars,
shall pay for such license ten dollars per quarter.
Those whose monthlv leceipts do not exceed one thous
and d.alars, shall pav lor such license live ti'dhirs per quar
ter. HOTELS, noARDINt. HorsES AN!) LOIKIIN'G IIoI SES.
Section 1-, E. cry tHTson, firm, or association, eiiuraed in
keeping a hotel, a boardiiu' Iiouse. or a 1 .deino house, si. ail
pay tor and obtain a license to earrv on such business. quar
terly; and shall pay th r for a''e.rdin' to his ortheir
monthly receipts, as prescribed in the following schedule,
Those whose monthly receipts exceed two thousand dol
lars, shall pay f..r such license t.ti dollars per on a.'ter.
Those whose nio.ithly l .e'eipts do not cxe"eil two thous
and dollars, shall pay tor such license the dollaas per quar
ter. TAILORS, .'!.( TI IKS CLKAN'EMS, i:tc.
Secti'jn Li. Ev ery person, firm, or association, encaued in
tailorine;. or in o'eaniu',' and. rop tirim.' ciotlu's. . r in making
..r re; 'airing bets or sh 'C, shal1 pay for and obtain a lie. use
to carry on such business, uuarterly. and shall pay therefor
two dollars and liflt cents per quarter.
STAGE, EXl'ltESS A.! TELEGRAPH COMPANIES.
Section It. Every ktaLte company, express eoinpanv, and
telegraph company, kcei.in' an ottiee an i doin- business in
aid city, sliail pay for and oiitain. quarterly, a license to
carry on such business, and shall pay for the same, iiccord
im, to monlhly receipts, as prescribed in the following
schedule, to wit:
Every company whose monthly receipts are one thousand
dollars, or more, shall pay for such license twenty dollars
Every company whose Monthly receipts are five hundred
dollars, or more, and not excec.iiii'.r one tliousi.nJ dollars,
shall pay for sue'i license ten doiiars per quarter.
And every company whose monthly receipts are under
live hundred dollars, shall pay for such license five dollars
A "Company," as meant by this Section, is any colora
tion, or any one or njore itersons, having au otliee and car
rying on any one of tiie branches of businei specified in
Section IS. Every person, finii. or as;oH itin (other than
lauudrymeu anil niilltineio, rtinnin,' any oiniiih ts. stage,
cab or other vehicles, for public use. or for hire, and which
shall be drawn by animal xwr, snail nay for and obtain a
license to carry on such business, quarterly, and shall pay
therefor as follows:
If such vehicle be drawn by more than one animal, five
dollars per quarter.
If such vehicle be draw n by only one aniuiai, three dol
lars per quarter.
Tin section shall not apply to stage companies.
PHVSICIANS AND LAWYERS.
Section ltj. Every practicinephysician.an.l each practicing
lawyer, who resides, or kee an office, in said city, shall
pay for and obtain a license to practice his said profession,
and shall pay therefor live dollars per quarter. But no li
cense shall be issued under this section to any one, us a
physician or lawyer, who is not allowed, by the laws of the
State of Nevada, to practice his profession in said State.
Section 17. Every person, firm or association engaged in
carrying on business in said city, as a blacksmith, carpen
ter and builder, cabinet maker, jrasfitter, wheelwright,
wasfou maker, painter, plumber or baker, thall pay for and
obtain, quarterly, a i. cense to carry on such business, and
shall pay for th same a Jordiiif to his or their monthly
rtueiput, as prescribed in tiie following schedule, to wit:
Those whose monthly receipts exceed one thousand dol
lars, shall pay for such license ten dollars per quarter.
Those whose monthly receipts do not execd one thousand
doiiars, shall pay for such license rive dollars per quarter.
But the provisions of this section shall not apply to any
journeyman mechanic, nor to any one woikin e at any one
of said trades or branches of business foa daily weekly or
RANKERS AND r.ROKERS.
Section l.S. Eaeh person, firm, association or corporation
engaged in bi nk'ng or in doing a brokerage bu.siness, shall
pay for and obtain a license to carry on such business, as
The so engaged in banking shall pay for such license
thirty Jo'lars j?- quarter.
Urokei s, wiios i profits c.-a ced one tho-isrnd dollars per
month, shall pav for such liconso thirty doiiars per quar
ter. Rrokers, whes" profits do not exceed one thousand dol
lars per nth, s lall pay for such license twenty doiiars
HAWKERS AND PEDDLERS.
Section 10. ! . ry person, tinn or association en.raged in
selling as haw!;. i'r peddier, anything, exd pt products of
t'lisS'a'e ; e;i old by the producer or some one in bis
CTiif.'.o . ". , pa tor and ob'.aiu a iicense to carry on such
h'lsinc--. i .-lull iny therefor, if hy the day, two doiiars
and lii':y cents; if by the quarter, thirty doiiars.
AUCTIONEERS AND PAWNBROKERS.
Section J'', livery- Person, tinn. or assoeia'ioii i r ja red
in s 'iiin ; e.t auction anything, b ide bis own property, or
In loaning money or any oilier thing. 'f value, is a pa.vn
broki r. h said city, sh.ll pay for and obtain a license so to
do. and ah ill o.iy tie ret or. it by the day, ..no dollar, if hv
t!a ijiiatler. t'.ctity uoiiars.
HOOK CANVASSERS. ETC.
Seeiion.i. Eterv p. r.on, whether rh-.eiple or aeert,
ei' .-a-.re 1 in c ult a-'sin -. r soliciting sal. script iors f- r the
.- i"e ot' books, man-, pe '::'. s or any siiui'er mat : r. in said
eii v. st:a!i p - I a I'd o't tin a or ae'e so to. 3 o, :o i shall pay
th. ref .r. if io the dav. one doilir, l: hv the quarter t'.ttl.tv
111. Wl iNG-il. LEYS. SALMONS. LAT'.VDR' ES, LIVERY
STARi.ES MAY-YARDS, I'd TCIIER . GAS COMPAN
IES. WATER CiiMI'VNIi:., SADDLERS, RREWERS,
E( -RWWiDIVi MERCHANTS, U MREI; DEALERS,
ri.wr-G miu.s;. wood-dealers, soda mane-
!'act!'p;:i:s, ...so insekaxck agents. it'.
S. '-'ion":? Etery persor. firiu or asoei
, .rrv "g on lee lei -eiess . t k. .oiii a ! .ot hog alley, saloi n,
i ouidry. hve"- s'ai.ie, h:i yard and b'.e.eii. is, gas eompe.n-i.-s,
tv .'or c " ip : ties, s id !-r.-, )r,.tvers forttariling ni 'r
. h vt s, he-'... et" n olio r mil's, tv . i d e:t!. r, t " i a ir.mil
taetue rs er.d 'i-"r.e:o " a eeuis ur in tht- husinc-s ot ke, ring
.i"V io' i. e "T i i -r o' In -" ' e-e wh.'re ao.im tls e . e i.. .- rded.
hind Tsil.l i r tt :;ere feed is sold, o'' in tiie mi'iet ii-Min'
of any aei 1. hi;: '-s'on-.-. oe' or cigar- .-hail p , f r and oh
t iii;. ,:u ir'.cro a lie ne" to cirr.v oa s leh busin ss, and
shail pay thin " r ten iloliats per .'.liarier.
UNDERTAKEN. "u'LLiNERS, P.ARP.F.PN. IdLLIARD
TAP.M-: KEEPERS AND RILL POSTERS.
S 'e'ioe -?:1 E:erv t.ers .u, linn or association engaged in
c-o-rt ine on leisiiH ss ,'s an ii'id o alter, milliner, oari.er,
Lillian! tai.'e 'xceoer or bill . .tier sluil nay tor and obtain
! .. r f. - ;.. r .... s-o.e-i lt;tsii.. ss a r.li, i' to the
f.ei ot ir.-- a he lu'e. to-wit:
Tho-e (c "'!'' bilhar I t ih'e k. .: T and barbers) whose
monthly re. cit 's .'xooo'l one lhoits.ui.1 dollars, siiail pay
for ueh he nee ten d"l! irs per quai ter.
Those(e 'en- billinrl table keepers and lurbers) whose
monthly r. ' ?. . xe. ed fiivc bundred dohars. and do not
. M-ee I one thousand doilar. shall pay for such licence live
dollars per larter.
And tl .'eept keepers of billiard tallies and barbers)
whose rer ij is do tad i eetd live hundred doiiars per
month, sh '. .at f,,r such licence two dollars and tiity cents
Rilliard hh keepers shall pay f-.r such licence two f0
iro dollars oci- quarter, for eaeh'tahle kept; and the kees.T
of anv sim : r gaming table, whereon gamts are played
with bail a line, shall pay for such licence at tile same
ra'e as i iii. 1 table keeivr
Barbers s'i: II pay for such licence at the rate of ?2.50 for
first c.u.n anu '.. lor each additional chair kept and run
NEYVPAPEK PERLISHERS. DEALERS IN sr.COXD
11 AND EEL NITl'RE. I'll. " Tot. RAPilERS AND KEEP
ERS UK TR .DIN1.; ftTANDS OR ROoTIlS
Section 24. Everv person, firm, association or corporation
en ec'ed ir. carrying on in said, city, the business of publish
ing a"ncwsp:ipt r. dealing in s. -mi! hand furniture, photo
raphing or ke. ping a trading sta id or b.n.th on any street
. r side walk in . aid ei'v, shall i. I..- and obtain a licence
t.. i-arry on stiel busin. ss, and s.i.tli pay therefor live doll
ars p. e quarter.
THEAI i.i.s, MEI.ODI VN AND MINSTRELS.
Section J... E i . a. h theatric tl, melodian or mins're'cy
performance, ..r oerp il.iie ei.lertaii.nient, for which au
;aiui:ssion be :s c! 'rgi.il fit her than concerts, circuses and
tiieu.v-'crie-), a In- -e siiall be paid for and obtained, at
the rate of. if hy r d three doiiars, if by the quarter
twill. y dollars.
LECTURES AND CONCERTS
Section ifi. For each lecture or concert, for which an
admission f. c is charged, (except when giteii i.l ani of ed
ucation or for a charitable purpose), n license shall be paid
f.u at the rale of three dohars per day, or ten dollars per
week, and must be paid for and taken out before uch lec
ture is delivered or such concert is held.
Se. tion Even- person or company who shall exhibit,
for pa. , ii.iv circus or neuae.erie, shah .ay for and obtain
a li,-. ii-- .-j to do. in advance; and shall pay for such ii
tense iwu.ty dollars per day.
t.., NDiiiES WITH WA;oXS.
S etion -JS. 1. ii person, firm, eras.- ention, 'engaged in
ket pmr a iauno
lor, quarter y.
! pay for and obtain a license iherc
shad pay therefor ten dollars.
Ii!k Peddler, using a cart, or w-e'-ou
Section 2'.K Ear
shall pay for and
shall pay thcretor
, in a license therefor, quarterly, and
Section "o. I- erv s.,n, fi r;n, or association, whether
as iirineinal or .-..-eri io sl'all carev on, in said city, th
husiut'ss. or anv I ran thereof, lit r.iuafter nr-iind, shall
( at f ir and ohiain a he .'t:se therefor, as hereinafter pro
vided. Every person, f . r ass K'iation, engaged in sell
ing j,v Van i pie, or s ning ord-Ts for tiie sale of. any spir
ituous .rieait ii . : .s. wine, or eiticr, or other liquids usu
ally v.: . in san. . aid 'iqe.or stores, shall pay lor such li
cense as io! . f by i .ie day, ten dollars; if iiy the week,
twenty-live do ... s: 'id if by the month, f.fty dollars.
Evvrv ite-soe. unu, or association, engaged in selling by
s iuinle' ' : soli leg orders for the sale of, any tobacco,
ci rtrs. e otiiei . Iiin g or article, usually kept or sold in a'
cigar - .ob.leco - tore or stand, shall pay lor sucn license.
as foil if i.t 'he ii tv, live dollars; il by tiie week
tw. ntt ti liars; :n! if by the month, thirty dollars.
Kerv ' rvm 1 rm, or association, engaged in selling by
sample, or soe .ng orders for the sale of, anv dry goods.
fiirnishi.is' ' o., elo'.hing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, or
other tiling "r artieic usuadv sold at retailor by vvnolesale,
in a dry cri" Is, furnishiiiL', or clothing store, nhallpay for
such ' eLn.-' as follows; if by the day. ten dohars; ii by tne
week, tv.eiu .five dollars; and if by the month, lil'tv dol
Evi re person, firm, or association, engaged in selling by
saint'!,.. r sjucil ing orders lor the se.ic til, any gooos.
wiire . mere undisc, article or thing, other than those in
this s tinn before enumerated, shall pay for such license
if by t e day two dollars and fifty cents; if by the week
ten "do arsg nd if bv the month, twenty dollars.
Hut "he provisions of tins section shall not apply to the
sale oi , he products of this State, when sold bv the pro
ducer - some-person in his employ; nor to business houses
in this ettv; !i r to sucn tiersons, doing a very limited bu:
iness ; i shall he permitted by the Board of Trustees to do
such I isincs-, without obtaining a license, ami who be
cause of physical misfortune, and consequent inability to
earn a living by manual iahor, have claims for sympathy
Portion 81. Ive-h keeper or proprietor of a house of ill
fame, or l, rosth.tt ion, shall pay for end obtain a license to
keep se.-h house, quarterly, and shall pay for such license
twt nr y dollars ptr quarter; but such license shall not give
the lie usee or licensers the privilege of keeping a bar, or
selling ny kind of drinks, or any cigars, cigarettes, to
bacco, ( other article of trade or merchandise.
Section ;'2. Tiie licenses required by this Ordinance to
be issu; 1, shail be classified as follows: mid each license
shi'l! si: hv on its face, when issued, its c:ass and number,
and E ' -Hub thereof in the "City License Registry," siiail
show t o same.
Licenses at S0 per quarter, class No. 1.
Licenses at 820 per quarter, class N o. 2.
Liet uses at 15 per quartej, class No. 3.
Lict. ses at S10 per quarter, class No. -1.
Lie. nses at per quarter, class No. ft.
L' nses at ?." per quarter, class No. 6.
Lie. uses at &) per quarter, class No. 7.
Liens ;S at i2 50 per quarter, class No. 8.
Licenses at 8f.O jier month, clans N'o. 9.
Licenses at 8110 per month, class No. 10.
Licanscs at ?20 per month, class No. 11.
Licenses at $25 per week, class No. 12.
Licenses at 420 per week, class No. 13.
Licenses at 10 Kir week, class No. 14.
Licenses at S20 per day, class No. IS.
Licenses at $10 per day, class No. 16.
Licenses at $5 per day, class No. 17.
Licenses at S3 per day, class No. 18.
Licenses at ?2 50 per day, class No. 19.
Licenses at ?1 per day, class No. 20.
Sec'.ion 33. The provisions of this Ordinance shall apply
to all time after January 1st, A. D. 1978; provided, that
ad licenses issued prior to the Ukiny effect of this Ordi-
nance for the first quarter of the year aforesaid, shall hold
good for the said quarter.
Section 34. The licenses provided for in this Ordinance
shall be procured, in suitable printed form, by the City
Clcrk, and shall be paid for by the city.
Section SB. All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances,
heretofore passed, so far only as they are in eonliict with
the provisions of this Ordinance, are hereby repealed.
Dated February il 1S7S.
Approved. D. A. RENDER, President.
Attest: Alfked Hf.i.m, Clerk.
S to 9 r. M., after which dancing will continue until
All the L .tt-st nances Taught.
Music will be furnished by a band of fivi
the following gentlemen:
iohii L. .'aeohsou. Piano -. I. P. Mtder.
t ornet P. spargn. Kiute C. Yt. i'riend.
Double-bass- E. hall.
Arl m iss ion. p;r eougile SI
I'ehruary S. lsys..
TO SOILOEBS i GOiTjfAGTOHS.
'ihhk rtniRii or 'i nr tkfs
I t arson M.er.i
a House Asso -iation invite Plans. Speci-
tieations and .spinalis. I P I'D THE -Joth E MARCH,
foi t!ie erection of a buiidmg t.. he used as a Theater and
llali. on their lot m this ciiy. A reasonable price will be
paid for those adopted. Euil particulars e in he had hv
applyi.igt.. .1. T. PREDDEY, Seen tary.
E- l-roart' 4. NTS. vv
Csi A NO CLEAR! HG SALE
FALL AHD WINTER 00003!
tlKGAKDL.ESo OF COS 1' !
N Om MR. I. KVV YTlLli LKAVK
;V For New York City
To Purchase Our Complete Mock ot
Sjieeial Orders for Merchandise
From the Eastern or European
Tt 'ill find prompt attention.
MRS. J. SUE If I-It A CO.
Carson. February S, 1S7S.
MASON & CO.,
IN CORBCTT BLOCK.
KCRTH CATJSCN STREET,
CARSON CITY. hKVADA.
IIOLEULE A JII RETAII.
AND ALL. ARTICLES USUALLY KEPT
I N' A
FII1ST CASS STOItE
Ollfthe kind of mercantile ousinoss in which they are
K3T Ordors taken and Goods delivered "Sat
TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE
MASON & CO.
Carson, lay 6 1876
ATTENTION, MINE OWNERS!
FOR SALE CHEAP. A Fire (5) Stamp QuarU
Mill. Emine. Boiler. Pans. Settl. ownti.i
compbte. For particulars apply to
jmnym no ADA ot LrHUR COMPANY.
Great Reduction in Prices, owing to
the decline in the Eastern
A 1 L
0??35II CAP!T3L EU.LOiHS, CAR3,
IHPORTIIB A5I) IVIIOtESAJ-E AST
.1, Retail Dea.ur in
wf y ti arzyi
Pott li'.: r,
Re ilo '.vs.
SIAS3 m OROOXEfiV WRE
Rar Fixtures, China Sots,
Kt l. , Ktc, Htc
II. UT -'US,
'uiiivai'is, htc, Etc.,
: 1 r
Coal Oil, Paiat 0i!, Tr.-jK-ntiiie, Varm!;, White Load,
Kublcr r-tint, ( henii.l l';iiitt, Lard Oil,
Machine, (' -stor, Nuats lrvt Oil
Alcohol, Eiu., Etc.,
STOVES. RAFi SES, TIKVVARE,
Medallion and Laurel Rane,
Euck's and otiier Brand
Pampa, Hosa and Pipe, Doors, "Windows.
Iilinda anil Gluaa. Wood Mini Willow
Ware, Bird Caces, Pistols,
Gang, t'ertrliltrew, Water,
Gas and Lead Pipe,
House Famishing Goods.
Brass ana Steam' Coods.
Practical Plumbers and Tinners to do roofing and man
ufacturinjf of all kinds Tin and Iron Ware
Call and Of t Prices Cheap for Cash.
apm E. B. RAIL-
L. MORRIS & Co.
HAVE RECITED TIIE PKICES
On all Goods in their Stock, and now offer the j;reatet
inducements to purchasers of
X "ST Gr 3 O X SJ
That have ever been offered in this city.
CaM Eatiy and Secure Bargains
GOODS MUST BE SOLD
To make room for our Spring Stock.
February 7, 1 7S.
SAN FRANCISCO AH KET,
V" !csa!o and retail dealer in
FRESH FKflls, VEGETABLES, CONFECTIONS, ETC
milE I ilEBsIGXEU HAS ON HAND
JL and is di y rcoeivinjr tiie
Choicest Fr its, Freshest Vegetables. Beit
of Confections, Clioire navana Cifarj,
Puultry, Kancl. Ejtk. Etc.
N. B.-Ordcrs promt tly filled and delivers! a r
rcclions. ;Kiii::i-- n imo,, ,
Carson street next to Theater iSaloin.
Hot and cor.D sivmmve biths
near '.ic Nev i.la State Prison, Warm Springs Road
3UTTS & CtOrtCS, - - Proprietors.
This spVn 'id liatii " .- In-titution ami well known plac
it ruMirt l.as lieen t .:i"hlvov.rii.ini.i J..i
and IS, 111 l.Ol'll . f , ' bin-s.' :uwl mtxt.r I..-......! v..
none on the fust. iliE PATHS :irp iin,lr',oT,..', ,
M.'.'ri! a:;l1 ' ' ' ";,vivu re;lt aW'tin to their size."
1UK I.AU lssupi; .. v.l'li the best, (if limim--: nrm.iiiMVil,.
MEALS by First C.n r.i..k served to orii.-r :,t -.11 h'
ihe Spring Carriage runs constantlv. Orders left :.t tW.'.
hotels will be promptly attended to.
. . . 50 cents
(Late State Survt;-.r i. -nera!,)
No. 810 Pine street, Bei -i No. IS,
San Francisco California
State Lands and Strife Tin .. ... . ..
Timber Land Located and Title- i ,'etcd
vL'J5i'.M'nC'"al I,ateritsobu-ii.ie.l for i .., in iaiifomia
ril H E CHOICEST ANU RAKE ST
For family use constant'- on bund.
"For NIe Llttla Tiiintrs Nt to Be n
mr r ounii i hen iirru Ji
CO TO CHENt: Y'S,
A fencral amortment of trr Yent staple nd rro
nos. 1TJCES T' .-ITT 'I n ' rK J- '
JOHN E. CHENEY,
Adams Block, Canson mrest, corner of Teletrraph
January 8, 1878. i
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