W1IVT AHOTTT THE FOURTH OF
A few vreeks since the qurstion of having :
Forth of July celebration on a gran;! scale
here this year, was being agitated; but re- j
cently nothing has been said or done in the
matter. ILis the project been dropped, or
will it be brought up again on the 5th of July?
If the citizens of Carson d?sire to celebrate
the day in a magnificent style, now is the
time to go to work, and n-it wait until Vir
ginia, Gold Hill, Reno and other surrounding
towns have mad a all their arrangements.
Providing prop.-r inducements are offered,
the citizens of the foregoing places will surely
cvoperate with ua in miking the coming
Fourth of July- celebration in Carson, the
most successful and grand ever seen in tin
State of Nevada. The races have already been
decided upon; and if ve go to work in the
proper manner, Hi3 Excellency Governor
Kiakead will order the militia of the neigh
boring towns here tor p -trade and review.
Ii anything is to be done to this end, let work
be begun at once; then Otr.-nm can be assured
cf success, otherwise the c-.iebraiwn will be
as much of a failure as in former years.
ST A FF API ' i N I'M E X TS
T:i3 f.iihiwing general ox-dura e;'e issued
lleud-juarccrs N. S. 51., Adjndant Oan
imI's Oiii ;, Cars n Cry, M iv h, l.S7;.
;,-ne:-,d Order .... -J: -Tue following ap
p .lint men tit n the S.;!',,! the Commander in
Chiet are hereby announced: J.irnes V. rn
doril', ofiStoreyCounty, Ciicf Engineer; Miitmi
(!. Gillette, of St rey County, Paymaster (5en
erai; E l-v.;:d N. U,,l,in.s. ,n, ot Humboldt.
C unry, S.irgei.n Geuer.il. The foregoing all
with the raid: of Ooi..?;el. The following
with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel: Peter
Ctvanaugh, Jr., of Ormsby County, A. D. C,
John llosser, Oim.iby County, A. 1). C. ,
t.eorge G. Lyons, of Ormsby County, A. I)
C. Tiiey will he obeyed and respected oocord
ingly, by order of John H. Kinkeao,
Governor and Commander in Chief,
Jewbtt W. Apavs, Adjndant General.
fn the matter of the estate of Georgt
M AT IS Eckles. the case was .ironed bv Ti-pnmnri.
' o - - "
Coilin, Esq., for the petitioners, ami in the
disence of General Kittrel!, Eckles appeared
in his own behalf. The Couit appointed
im8 Fraaer guardian of the property of
said Eckles. He qualified in a bond for
Sol. Simpson vs. his creditors. The Sheriff
was appointed assignee by the Court. Credit
ors have ten days to file grounds of opposi
tion. Carson City Savings Bank vs. T. R Win
ston and wife. Default ordered and entered
State vs. Isaac AlcConnell and U. F. Pix
ley. Time to plead continued until second
Monday in June.
In tne matter of the estate of David Mc
Cleilan, deceased, B. F. Foster appointed ad
Thomas MeQ'iaid vs. G. F. Hayward. D3
mmrer withdrawn; defendant has ten days
M. M. (iaigo vs. Torreyson, et al. On de
murrer. Argued and submitted.
M. M. Gai--e vs. E. F. Gibson et al. De
murrer argued and .subniiued.
Ellen Hixsf.n vs. P;xl-y A McGo:me!l. On
motion demurrer withdrawn. Defendants
havo twenty days to answer.
i. U'wu vs. Jt'ixit-y xHcUoaneli; same
order :is in above ea.-e.
E. James vs. Alexander Lepirt. No. 1.
Aim 11 led ei.-nip.'aiut argued and :;ib:!i;lted.
E. J.nues vs. AicX iiider Lepoi No. 2.
t.on!d t (Jurrv, 9
Kest A lSel.-h.-r, lu;
Consoiid itcd Virginia' 7'v, 1
Potiwi, 3 83
Rare i Xorero-w, IS'.;, is
Yciicw Jaekfl, 15, IS
TnifWiriaJ, I 40
Sierra KevaJs, 13, 43"
t-tah, li;,s H'4
THE OHMSSY HOUSE,
CARSON CITY, KVADA.
rninii ;on)liilatd(', 73' 7S
A:t;i, (!',;. 6
I.ii'.ly br.vn, 50c, 55c
Juii.i, 3 VlJ
t.';iiedoni;i, I 7h
Silver Hill, 1 15, 1 10
Nun- York, t!0
r'ii! Slioriitm. 40c
Ijiulv W.uiiinton, 1 13
Va,-., 1 i-5
lr!.;anl;iiti Viw, 7
t-c iriii-m, '2'M
ficntnn. 4 l'li
N. H'in:i!!Z.l, 1 31
Nort.'i C-m. Viro;iuia, 11
Ci u'.vn tti nt i !),"
First Class in Every Respect.
Robber A young rancher from Washoe
Valley who was in town on Monday evening,
pot on a little bender, and while in that con
dition, wanted to see the eiephant. Ha, un-
fortunately for hiia, got into one of the lo w
est female dives in the back slums, wher,5 he
was plied with bad liquor until he lost con
sciousness. He was then relieved ot his spare
change, which amounted to about !:, and
et out in the air to freshen up. His shame
at having placed lumsidt in such a pr- dica
ineni, precluded him from making a complaint
at the police station.
Crossrd thk Dark Rivek. Jimmy-the-Duek
died at Virginia. W hois) ? Well, he was
the little, old man who used to come down here
last summer on picnic da with a little wooden
figure dressed as a woman, to which fhe gan
ius gave the name of " Aunt Sally." he
held a clay pipe in her mouth, which was well
protected by a long nose. People of sportive
tendencies were allowed to throw bricks at the
rata of three for a qu trter, and won liny cents
if they hit it. A big caowd would always
gather whenever any prominent citin tack
led " Aunt S..!lv.:'
Demurrer ai.;ued ana submitted.
Court adj., timed tni'ii Si ty 17.
A Ba.vsrr and "I:-:ki. ha.nt o.v Pahkk. -A
fe-v veeks since a mau c line to this city,
styling himself as H. A. N'oyes. Ho rtpre
sented himself as a man of mean--, and stated
that it was liis purpose to st;ibl;sh a com
mission house here, under the linn name of
H. A. Noyes A Co., and to lend his scheme a
little weight, as he thought, he ordered bill
heads, letter paper, etc., with the firm title j
printed thereon. He assumed an air of great
importance, saying that lie would teach Car
son merchants how to do business on a good,
legitimate ami profitable scale. He introduced
himself to a number of the leading
merchants here, assuring them that he
would create a great revolution in the systsm
of Nevada trade. It was his intention, to hear
him tell it, to sell everything from a needle to
a hoisting works. He would not, however,
conhne hunself to the mercantile branch alone,
but it was itlao his desire to found a bank at
lrgiuia, which was to transact business on
an entirely ne,v scale. Listening to Noyes
one would hare supposed that he was very
wealthy or possessed of powerful backing.
Suddenly the great revolutioniy.er turns up
missing, and it is not unlikely that there are
some in this city who will unkindly remem
ber him for some time to come. Noyes was
either crazy or a bilk, and most probably the
latter. He lias doubtless'17 gone to r:sit J.
B. Kenyon, the fraudulent owner of the
Journal of Comm rce.
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HEAOQ F JJ1 ALL THE
era or 1 sure
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OYSTER AHD CHOP STAND.
nS Ol'KNKI) A
CHOP AND OYSTER STAND
I ftlACCE'S SALOON.
ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE
CUlfCRMiA JiiSTfC TRUSS!
CALIl-'OKMA El ATK! Tl'.i S
jiriutor. -Di-nr Mr: I fwl t:int I .v. f '-
it. tj v.in .in.l t,. 1..... : Uf-
the fact t!kt I have been M 1 1ST N V svJt
ril.l.Y CUUKO f a of Vfcl-
Uontu.-e of tfiirr v j oars' st iii-lin l.r 1 V
one ot your ininmanit)l; Ti u-i-L-b, y
which I ptirchafluj irum y-u t!. io
m-jiitlis a-.), i cannot ilei:l, f,c ,,(T. ,i? ,0g, -hj.
ca.lyand mentally, that I h.tvu mikI rtf,ie -lunn' tiia
.i". . . mw i,-e. n..e a tiPMr i,N.r. j lavc worn -;
k.ndS,f Iru.OK.b.i!. Sio-1 n,;J H.vti.-.aii.l ncrer rcwirwl
any pi-nuw-m r i until I trici yours. It, sin.pii.-itw ot
ooijs.ru. lio. . w, : f...n,t.v with !,,ci itcii bo a-Ijustod.
an. tin- c-..un v .-f.,,.1 fixvil,.m t, tb.. motions vt IbJ
body n-ilh rtlnuli it nan 0.- w.irn n itl.-.iit caiihiinf an? 1M
ttion. are its i-ha-f irw.-iiM, an. it is a p,--f..-t npirtar t
have not h v . any i-u of a remrn f tl,. r...ture oinoe v
.lr.st day I put n on, and f,-c! ihat I am iKinVu.ly CI KKU
It is mvalu. hi-;, and the fa-jt sh.i,' 1 ,e known to'thc wurkt
"U 0:1,1 refer anyone to no: on U-.- sn,;. ct ...f u.eir mrrttm.
',"!?'".'' :-w. Ai.Kl:KI J. lUo Ki:, cniof Miil Chh
s. r. Haily hvcmiiif I'ost, San Franeic-, July M, 1873.
A Phy!c.(a's !. Vcars' FTperlxnor.
, Colcm'ih. Tuolumne Co., Jv Ifl, 187J
W. J. If .nio, .j.-lK-ar K..r s ou.- time
have havH us-1 in my pr.c-.ico fie ( 'ai;f.,r:a K .-.iTr.
with oiitin; eatisj u-Lion in ni-wt ".,.. s c .in.tlx.tc 1 berni
of both sjxuh. Karin- a .ra.tlii;c of f..rtv live y. .g I hv
f iun,l no tru- th:it-...M,wiil, ,lu- -mic - i-e '..i.. urtn.
i, rtiam tin: ie-pnr(.d a-ljiiMimiil, the pr ssmo beinir al-n-ay
mitler the mil! i.ili.t; .-.uu-..! o' t!.e patient 11
jiiopueity nn.l .-a.se -t upp.iut-.lioi, is f itsclf -,imnUi
tocvervcToertcne -d plr, ,i, Un. I l,:lv-the l,...,r to reuu
bv ma:! tne amount, d.ie, Unmw,,- that I eon'o ihato to
alleviation of alilicte-J humuaity. ours, iruly,
J I'. I'lHlilTS, M. I.
Sprid for niu'riitii i-,!..jj nn, frit
I.iit a is'g ('nil IiW mii, ,(,,, unit
' '" "' - a .( ii,r.
N. n.-T'i. Cihforni.1 Klrntie T::i is not for e! b
any Dru-.'.-ist m Oar.,on Citt. Tl,.- pr-er to sell r.-ari
.rush ,..,,,0!! t!.j, n,v.. a la,...; profit, bend 41
reel to t.i,"
CAMFO'tVU RUSTIC Tlil'-S CO. PAS
m!-' 72-1 .Va,ki-t htr,.e ,- K,-;4..:,'
He Cot ldn't Fimo Tiik Stairs. An old
gentleman from the bucolic districts visited
the U. S. Land Oiliea here a few days since,
which is on the second floor of Rinckle's
building, and when a stranger once gets 111,
it is hard work for him to rind the stairs ay ,in.
Well, this old gentleman had been part t'sing
very freely of bo'ior, and when he had fin
ished his business with the L tn-1 Asont he
started to sjo down stairs, but he couldn't got
his bearings. He walked over the awnings
CovsTirtTTinvAL Hlkctiov. The Oonstitu
'lion.il election takes place iu California to
day. Toe contest will bo very close on w.iy
or another; yet those who are best informed
believe tin new Constitution will be defeated.
It is also believed that there will be serious
disturbances at San Fr.uiui.-e-. to-day. How
ever, trouoles of that c.iaracier arways come smasluno them to atoms. P.roolss excited!
up unexpectedly, and rarely do when they j out of the store and said, "Where in h
do you come from You're smashing mv
goods." "1 just came out of the Land iiliee."
c.ear uovvu to aimer's comer and back
ao.-iin. After getting tired of thi b.isines, lie
concluded tos'ide down a post, which he did,
in front of Brooks' store. He came down
ker-ciiuuk, on top of a lot of toy wagons,
Ii. F. Pixley was in town yesterday.
The ticket elected at Virginia City on Mon
day, was mixed.
U. S. DisTitK.T Coukt. This Court, Judge
Hillyer presiding, will be in session to-day.
F. H. Chase and William Drennan, the
two well known wood men, left for Mammoth
City yesterday morning.
kstkrdat's weather was such as to make
us believe it to be best to wear suinaiei'
clothing subsequently rather than previously.
Removed. Mr. George B. Webb, the.
auctioneer, has removed his place of business
to the store adjoining the Carson Savings
V in'd Storm. As fierce a wind storm as
we have had at any time during the past win
ttrr prevailed yesterday, which must have
done great damage in the valley.
Arrivals. The following passengers ar
rived per southern stage Sunday afternoon:
J. Benhoyner, M;ss Nellie Moore, Miis Car
rie Ltdd, Miss Nellie Riss, D. J. Cruwley
W. V,'. Cray.
Mrt-ir Freight. The Railroad Co.'s
freight house is ei-uurned with freight of ail
kinds, destined for the southern couuri v, and
daily more of it is coining in. There seems
to be a laek of t.vi.ns to c.;riy it oil".
i t.t. -rti?. nrucArius of tfjk sfawx
il ill K- --;-.e.l in eio'-lii'iit ttyle, f)..y and M-'ht.
I l. Ii All- Kit, Proprielor.
I Oir-n. -Tril S. !.Tl.
BOSTON &m IH3T3UMEMT!
r!1HK HVr'ST IMC'I.X'PI VINO CAMICKA
X iTA. ' I
LovgwjII's PhJtagTaphic Car,
XKAIl TUK (OlItT IIOrE. CU0 C1TV
m-: ..i-(ions ul Traveling Galler
. ff th lnrir IJ.-H of
'nin liu- pvononzaeed
IhiHiiTi r:ctiif ion
A limile-1 time of 'sj ,ia)a i-i thii eity !
C-arjon, Mareh 15, 170.
are looked forward to
T ... ... m-. . .
uiii'Aiti t .tKs. ino toiinwing passengers
left by the southern stage yesterday morion
J. E. Clat k, L". Drake, Dan Campbell, J. P.
. ill and wife, .Mrs. Butler and three childred
F Keating, J. Mahoney, 11. Handley, E.
Tctrill, A. T. (Jreenwood, L. Coyer, 0. 1:
Aiommet!, F. J. G .od, F. U. Chasj, V
replied the old gent; "and as I couldn't rind
no stairs, I thought I'd slide dow n the post.
W hat s the damage, ci.p'n ?"' The shder paid
the damage, and went olf cursing "thcin gol
A Runaway. Yesterday afternoon 11. C.
Drennan, (S. W. Wilson, Nellie Smith. P. Crippin, Sheriff of Douglas County, was
EoCluett, T. tairciniii, D. P.. Nye, R. San- driving up Carson Street with a fiery team
ders, J. Smith. when one of the breast straps broke and
Arrival ok State Prison krs. The Sheriff '"Khtened the horses. They dashed up Car
of White Pino County arrived here yesterday son totreet at a break neck speed. Mr. Crip
morning with two State prisoners. One is P"1' however, kept his seat with the hope that
Whiter S. Cox. convicted of manslaughter, Ue ,ulg;lt be able to manage the animals, but
and sentenced to two years and a half, and wliau l"e reached a point a little north o
the other is Frank Cidlbrd, the stage robber, General Ciark s houso, some more of the bar
nessgave way and th tongue was broken, still
the horses kept up their w.ld gait; the farther
they ran the more furious they seemed to be
come. Near the cemeteries they jerked them-
woui.l very hk.-iy g,v,diim a very warm recep- , , , t, l "
J r Oniipm head foremost to the "round Sranoe
tion at the Oocra House f h. w,n U finrl it 1 . ' lu' f'11'
. a-iv. l.-lo.iO j littlu i.,t;.. 1 ... 5
no injuries. Tlie animals were soon after re
;aptnred and brought to town. At 3 o'clock
Mr. Crippen harnessed them to another hu-r-rv
, r wi.-l oe p easing to the many friends ot
Colonel Peter Cavanaugh to learn that he has
been retained on the military staff of li s
Excellency Governor Kinkead. Now is the
time for his friends to show their appreciation
Oi ins good qualities by presenting him with
a new and elegant sword.
Ouk neighbor the Gold Hill News has been
reduced in size, owing probably to the dull
times which now prevail on the Comstock.
But that rediictiou will never reduce its un
faltering principal, dignity and spiciness.
Long may the JVeitw continue to thrive and
prosper iu the laud where it is so highly respected.
'CZ$ IH Ajne of Juli.try. HQTQSjP
Ail oilier branches are too in.-inifie'ant to mention.
I .-j-- 'tis wh'i neve h..n wearim; ii I -l.okiiir, niisrUtin- and
rely tnw.iisfacto.-y tneth. made by in. xpericneed or
'!" "'.ii ueaiiHW. win uu we.! to call on the under.sittned.
v;i., -iil re -or them to many who have tried, and know
the diiirenee between go.nl anil b:ul deutiatiy.
Twenty-five AHr Honotnbln Practise iu
C.il urula n.l Carson City.
K eAr. h-i . -'&?:iJli hU
The BEST ?j)rir.- Hedicine aal
BoautiSer of the Complexion ia use.
Cures Pimplfes. Boils. Blotches. Neu
ralgia, Scrofala, Gout, Rheumatic
and SIercuri.il Pains, and all Dis
eases arising iraia a Disordered stata
of the Eload or Livtr.
SOLD EY ALL DEU3 GISTS.
To Builders and Contractors
8i:E. EI BI1W X ItK WATIJI roR
IhN l f-r t ie ( ,-. t-'.mi i r u ,n- ury. Brick
and Iron Huildme-, as per plans ind sweificali. in w b
deen from still !o . u., at the Mtoi., of ui..vien tlrj.
S ieeejsful balder must furnish . aisfa-tory homl.
The ri-hi to rej.vt any and a , bois id r.-n rved.
. . oLCKvicii r.not.
Carsou, April 14, lTi).
CMAFiCE OF FIM.
April 10, 1971). tf
c. nru.ivfls, rnti.t,
Riuekel's Bloek, Oarn, Nevada.
To tlie Unfortunate.
4 tzms wyPFvsARV.
-v W'ii-'-'vli'4''-''' " "c "-''', Sninii
I' nn'iS -1 1 : J (,.n,i, !,-:(. ,
eiTcd. ' -..:
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to i "i: .-r to tho-.
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n j'-! i.i..,: i., !,..
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li lorui;,! KTI. vl:u-l' lie
ii ,-f his. .v
R E I N S T I PJ ,
SiicoeMor to Hi .n-rt. in H tiil,.ri.
nVtB Mlit! H i-ri TIIK IVTKHRMT
of Mr. !ii n in tin t .ap'.toi su.re, I h, Iodtv t
Mill,, in Mi eiiji iriL-r JC: n,v pubue iu gxtkerw tkat
have on nn l a fmi .i.irtmeut f
Whkh I i!l sell at price' th-.t d fv eontpetition.
Parti cltii.'riK- inicilmiie vriil !o wH
to call mt ii.c l f.i (iiirihakftiif
Uoo-.ls J'iv.-red :., a;.v i.-t . t ..:io ,.r .,.k..i..u
K. Ii. , ':..-; io indehie'i 'o re, will . :. 4tj r-i.l -n,
1L.-L111I u.i'.'. .y. .. 1-ill n l.l.N ,
Wh I'esiie n:ij (.. 'jii i.rnf.r.
l',-rn..T ir,. unit by .-w., t..r l iiv. .,.
April i, lo,T
"O. 1,, ili- t iT7l . ..!,. .... ., .... .
c.irp. P.,r.,,i .if a (list;,ne,3 rI tV 1111 11 HI it i r
A ilentRinnniiftti.,!,., strict irci.nrtii..i;-.i '.'....
one l;t thfl lJ,,et,.r. p.-isnns writin-r o the
"ill t'l'5e t-Oe nm,! .,f ii':,- r rj . r t! e- teo
iv.., . s, in.iit in (',:,-;.. r. .-, -. ( . ,..
A-iarew VR. J. i . t U;KO.. Box iMt" s,
v -- r ;
HEBBERLING & CO.
"""iu a new in,u was ''nui(t?a una atr.-un
Iebatrical. Thore aro mini v witriii admi
rers of Li.Ai-e.iico JJ.uT-tt in this :itv who
pnicric:ib!e t,, givu ua another performance
before ho takes lu departure fr S;in Fran
cisco. He leaves Virginia n-tt Monslav
UVIH' ,u ". k. if. i-digiiwn, and drove home a8 if IJOthinsf hu.l happeiit-J
t.itj j. .fc-.i J..--IO, s c ' fuio rni?i imtrn
Tin-re he will ene in tlie nr.ictico of
law. Wo racoraiueii'J Mr. Fttaeon to the
cU.u'it.iuIo cjiiiiidtriitiiias of the X5oilieites.
lie ia u oood anil mor il man wh o will grace
Ikii.Liov. The sontthern stae brought in
three bars of bullion yesterday, cuiisititd to
SrRAwiiEKKV F.iri?AL and Old Fui.ks Co.v-
ceut. This entertainment for the benefit of
the Teinprtuce Union of this city, will com
mence on the 13th inst.mt and continue to
tnd include the 17th. The y.ff.ui' will be a
decidedly attractive one, and will be partici
pated in by a largj number of the best ladies,
of Carson Single tickets will be fifty cents,
CfHc on SpQzr Street, between
North Carson and Ormsby
CiKSOX OITV. XF.VA1.
Q?P8ITE THK STATE VAPITOL,
Crmn street, Ctnuin i';ty Nevada.
-DKiKS - 7 2H Cents
THE FINEST 1JUAX0H OK
AUVATS ON' HAND.
Carson, April S, lsVS).
D:LT4 SAL 90 H.
OPPOSiTE TH Rl5.aoa,D DEPOT.
rhi estivb'Uhinnnt beep j tile t:nrit brands of
In tho Ciiy.
IIKREBY CIVI! XOTK E THAT IT
is our intention to vlueu our Crsun more i -rui
We shall bo pleased tomll any iiierchaiiiliseoiihandchea)
l'h.,se indehtt-d t uh will uleas. rail ami settle.
Tha -ikinir the community for their very lihera; patronage
nere-oiurc LK.'Htowu tijM.n ub, we remain, ete.,
otyl (ilLl.SON i BARHKR.
OPERA HALL SALOON.
E. MARA, ------ Proprietor.
"OlITi; ATTESTI WH.wa ALWAYS BE
Af(!BE C I'F.STS.
'piUS KiTAT.ISIinF.IVT I XOTED FOR
X tlie xuileuce of its refroHhinenta.
It is th only Hntmo In the ilte vrkrr the
Anliel.er at. L-jui ifeer tm void tor
O.-to Bit a (Lu.
We import wir Liquor Hireot from the irMtinfactitrorf,
ClZTXUtS Cr" ALL HUd',
Tha Celebrate:! (Ju!r Under
es3 Reform Cors 3t Waist.
A Full Une of Lilies' F-irn'shinif io .la dir:ct from
Llimlara 'Dt on a; filir ttion, an j orders imai: attend, 4
U, promptiji hy
Ii(S. S. A. Tf.!?I.K, A(-nt,
irxinia tttret t, lUtio. Xea,
pt 7ti-., :srs.
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