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rBIDAT CtOBEB 10, . 179 Ba rrauclnei Utovk ExcliaiiK antes. MOKMNa BOARD Mphir, 33 Ji, 34. Mexican, iVA. Sl'i. ould Curry, I0i 10. Bent A Beleher, 17i, 174 California. 5'4 GT savage, 1JJ4 12Je, . Consolidated Viiyiuia, S;i &?4 Cholliir, 7, Potosi, 8 Hale & Norerom, 12?i 12V, Crown Point, 4 10 Yellow Jacket, lT.i, Imperial, 1 3t, 1 i.". Kent ink, 4 0-i, 4. Alpha, ICS- Belch it, 3 V. Confidence, W, 10 Kierra Nevada, 49, UK- TJtnh, 20, 1WS- r.ulliou, '.4, t; 4. Exchequer, .' Overman, 9, U'v Justice, 3 l.S, 3 L0. Vnioo Consolidated, 07, '- t7'. Alta, 6l 6. Lady Brvan, 8"c, Julin, 3 0, Caledonia, 2 30. Ulver Hill, 1 o. New York, 50c. 4Jo, Occidental, 2 30 Lady Wasliimfton Con. 8."c 90c, Challenge, 2' 2 10 Andes, 1 10 1 "S Ward, 2 80, 2 8 Scorpion, S 3 Leviathan, t!e, SPc. North Con. Virginia, S.!. Benton On., 2 S , Golden Gate, 4 3' Flowery, 6.'c. North itonauza, 1 50, 1 45. Maikav, 1 PI ill us, 2 25. EVENING BOARD. Raymond & Klv. 1 25. Eureka Consolidated, S6, IW'linrit, 7;"c. Northern He!le, 3 75, M 'tallit', IsOc Grand Prize, 2. Arcnta, 7.'c Navajo, .'i.ic. Be lie Isle, 4 45, 4 50 Indeiwndonee, 1 75. L'fV, 1 15 H.lUide, I 81. Mount Diablo, 6. Bodie, li'. Beoutel. 1 10, Tioga, 2 70 Hyudiiate, 4 90 Goodshaw, Sue. Oriental, 10c. Champion, 25c, 20c. Black Hawk, 75c Booker, title. Mono, C1,, Consolidated Pacific " ludlev, v"e. Jupiter, 1 05. 1 Noonday, 2 75 Orient, 3t Mammoth, (i1;. Boston Consolidated, 1 35. Ti t p. 1 Valley, 5 Kel Monte !! j Addenda, 40c Richer, 25c Bu'wir, ll'-i Star C'c IIad His Pocket Ticked. Ou Wednes day evening a well known young man of this city went to Reno, with a plethoric pocket bock, containing about $150, which he in tended to invest in the pooh. Standing in a dense crowd, it was some time before the horse he wished to bet on was offered for ale. lie purchased several pools on his favorite and told the seller that he would settle after the sale closed. When he came to settle, he found to his horror that his pocket book had been taken from him by some nimble fingered thief. Being a stranger to the pool seller he was regarded in the light of a bilk, ai the story of the robbery was not credited, lie had to borrow funds to bring him back here. The victim says that the loss of the money does not worry him o much as the loss of a locket containing a picture of his girl and very eushing letters from her, which were in the pocket book. In A Dilemma. Yesterday afternoon a boy was stealing a ride on the rear end of one of Muldoon's wood wagons, and after he had ridden far enough, he tried to get off, but the seat of his panta got caught in the hook of s chain which was attached to the wagon Holding on to the tail of the wagOH with one hand, he tried with the other to free himself from hia unpleasant position, but his efforts were unsuccessful, Seeing that all his endeavors to extricate himself without the knowledge of the driver were futile, he became desperate, and began to yell like a stuck pig. After being carried along a little further, his cries were heard by the driver who stopped the wagon and unhitched the boy. We will wager that that vouth will not steal another ride tlJit week. Nothing in It. It was currently reported on the streets a day or so ago, that the mills at Olenbrook are employed in cutting ties for the proposed railroad to Bodie. A gentleman coming from above last evening, who would be very apt to know if such were the case, ays that "there is nothing in it." Yerington, Bliss and Co.'s mill started up about a week ago, but it is working on large timbers. Chinbrb Phtsician. Dr. Car Fong Kee, as will be seen by advertisement, has assumed he practice of Dr. Ah Kee, who has gone to China, and can be found at his office, opposite Kong fling's store, Chinatown. Dr. Car Foug Kee promises speedy aud permanent cures to his patients. Meeting. The Grant Receptioa Commit to are requested to meet at the Governor's otlice at 7:30 o'clock this evening, to organ -ze and attend t such business as will be neces sary to nuke the reception a success, Last Testament. The will of the late Matthias Rinckel leave alljof his property, real and personal, to his widow and W. G. Clarke, in trust for his children. No outside boquoets are provided therein. Departures. The following passenger departed on the southern stage yesterday morning: J. W. Seibert, 11. D. Norton, J. B..g!en, P. Bozemeo, Mrs.Cupples, John Laugrtff, I. C. Hrowu. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. The following changes were made in the assessment roll for the current year, after which the Board adjourned to the 13th inst. C. E. Laughton: dwelling assessed 1,750, equalized at $1,950. Mrs. Lameraux: on block 61, P. and G. division, assessed $2,000, equalized at $2,500. G. W. G. Ferris : lota 1, 4 and 5, block 29, assessed $200, equalized at $250 ; north half block 24, Musser division, assessed $100 equalized at $200; block 49 and south half of block 72, Musser division, assessed $300 equalized at $500; lots 2 and 3, block 32, as sessed at $500, equalized at $700; ranch on Stute Prison road, assessed $1,500, equalized at $2,000, lots 5 and 8, block 23, assessed $500, equalized at $750. Harris Brothers : south 31 feet, lot 8, and improvements, assessed $1,100. equalized a $2,000; stock of merchandise, assessed $10, 000, equalized at $12,000. Mrs. E. E. Adams: on south 14 feet, lot 4 and north 17 feet, iot 5, block 32, assessed $1,800, equalized at $2,000. J. li. Bigler: lot 10, block 54, assessed $400, equalized at $500; lot 10, block 43 assessed $200, equalized at $350; lots 4 and 5 lock 41, assessed $100, equalized at $200. Olcovich Bros. : South 24i feet, lot. 9 block 8, assessed $2,500, equalized at $3,500 lots 8, 9 and KH, block 26, assessed $3,500 equalized at $1,000 ; north 11 feet lots 5 and G, south Si tYet, lots2,3and4,Sazaracsaloon, assessed $2,750, equalize! at $3,000; lots 6 and 7, and nest half iot 8, block 9, on King street, assessed $1,000, equalized at $1,800 lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 40, dwelling, assessed $1,800, equalized at $2,000 ; furniture in three dwellings, assessed $700, equalized a' $1,350; on merchandise, assessed $14,000 equalized at $15,000. Alex Leporte : On lot 1, block 41, P. & G. division, assessed $1,800, equalized at $2,500. M. Rinckel : On brick residence and lots, assessed $3,500 equalized at $4,000; ranch on State Prison road, assessed $2,500, equalized at $3,000. H. F. Dangberg : On hay in barn, assessed $1,000, reduced to $G00. II. G. Parker : On personal property. assessed $225, equalized at $500. Gibson & Dealy : On lot 9, block 32, and improvements, assessed $2,000, equalized ai $2,750. V. & T. R. R. Co. : On machine and other shops, assessed $75,000, equalized at $100,000; stock iu same, assessed at 90,000, equalized at $70,000 ; main line of the road, 13 29 100 mile, to remain as assessed, at $25,000 per mile ; side tracks, 8h miles, to remain as assessed, at $3,000 per mile. G. T. Davis : On lots 9 and east half 7 and 10, block 17, P. & G. division, assessed $3,500, equalized at $4,500. P. A. Wagner & Co. : On merchandise, assesed $7,000, equalized at $9,000. W. M. Cook : On ranch, assessed $1,000, equalized at $1,500. BRIEF MENTION. A Deplorable Case. A little more than a year ago, a man named Fraser was sent to the State Prison from White Pine County, for having shot a man in a quarrel. The prisoner was in very delicate health, but he was blessed with a devoted wife, who followed him to this city, so as she could be within call should he be taken seriously ill. To support herself she did odd work in different families. Two months ago it was decided to give Fraser a new trial, as evidence greatly in his favor, which was not adduced at the first trial, had been found. The Sheriff of White Pine County came here for Fraser, but he had so much confidence in the man that he permit ted him to wander about without a gnard; in fact, if we are not mistaken, he was allowed to go to the scene of his trial without an ofli cer. His wife, though, had to remain here, as she did not have sufficient mcney to to accom pany him. Yesterday she received a letter from her husband, in which he stated that he had again been attacked with lung troubles, and knowing that she had no money with which to pay her passage to his bedside, he bid her farewell, as he was dying. The poor, devoted wife's desperation can well be understood without describing it. Some kind and char itable citizens hearing of the sad case, made up a purse to enable Mrs. Fraser to go to her dying husband, which she did last night. She wishes to express her warmest and unspeakable thanks to the real Christians who so nobly assisted her in the darkest hour of her life. A Curiosity. A miner named Harry Maher from yirginia, went out to the Ayres & Hopkins mine on Wednesday, at the re quest of some Comstock parties, and descend ed the shaf t to examine the property. Wedged between two layers of quarlz he found a petrified fish, in perfect form, resembling in all details, the smelt which is caught in the bay of San Francisco. He took the petrifac tion, which must have been bKried in that mine for thousands of years, to Virginia, and will place it on exhibition. Tha find c'eurly demonstrates the fact that tins sect'on of the country was at oue tiue a pari of a vast ocean. This is rone of your tyeleus fish yarns by Dcn Da Q jilie. Tmkatricals. It is siid that John Piper will brug the California Theater Company, now playing in Runo, to this city for Monday ?ni Tuesday nights of next week. If it's a good company, all right, for it is tima that we are getting a taste of the legitimate diama at'ain. We are sur bhows and such like, U. S. Marshall Ash is in the city. Stock quotations remain unchanged. The weather is very cold at Lake Tahoe. Governor Kinkead was at Virginia yester day. Judge Edson, of Genoa, was in the city yes terday. The Supreme Court will be in session to morrow. In the Police Court the silence of the grave prevails. Treasurer Livingston, of Genoa, was in the city yesterday. Judge Adolphus Waitz has open a law office in San Francisco. John G. Fox has received an elegant stock of fancy stationery. Mint rate for fine silver has been advanced to $1 13 per ounce fiue. It is said that we shall have a lively dram atic season here this Winter. Mrs. Judge Mayhugh, of Elko, daughter of Mr. Peter Cavauaugh, Sr., is in the city. .JThe largest crowd from Virginia and this city so far, went to the Reno Fair yesterday. On the Bodie road, beyond the Twelve Mile house, there is considerable snow and ice. General George S. Evans, formerly Ad jutant General of California, is stopping at the Ormsby House. McLaughlin, the jeweler, is htting np the neatest store in town, in the premises formerly occupied by Harris Bros. This will be one of the most interesting diys of the Reno Fair. There will be a slock parade and competitive military drill. Can't some enterprising game and fish dealer manage to import something in the fish tine to this market, outside of salmon? Lieutenant Governor Adams was taken verv ill with neuraijn.i oi iie stomach on Tuesday night, but was out yesterkay. A. De Neuf and Philo Rice, with Andy Wright as cook, have gone to California on a deer hunt. They will be gone about two weeks. The Carson stable men who took wagons and c.irrUges to Reno, say that there is nothing iu it; they only did it to accommo date fair visitors. A couple of inveterate poker players of this city, engiged in a game on Monday evening, and up to 4 o cIock yesterday afternoon they had not left their seats. S. Reinstein appears to-day with a new ad vertisement, o which we call special attention. Reinstein is a live man, a prompt man, and nows how to keep a grocery store, and you au't ask for what he has not got he's got it. The last steamer from China brought ver the nrst oninese priest that ever crossed the ocean. He will visit this city soon and will hold religious meetiuga, the character of which will be very interesting to us outside barbarians. A gentleman coming in from Bodie yester- ay, said that the insurance companies have instructed their agents to cancel all policies in that carno. This is the result of the diabol ical attempt to burn the town a few nights -1 e i ago. lietweeu an epiaemic oi pneumonia anu no fire insurance, poor Bodie is really in a bad fix. Ill reply to ail enthusiastic glider, we beg to say that we do not keep posted on dancing matters, therefore cannot inform him when the An Fait Club will re-organize. If he wants to know something about next year's wheat crop, or when the next earthquake is due in San Francisco, we will be phased to give hiin the benefit of our erudition. AS0N & CO., 0 eOSBBTT Bl.OtJKk NOStTH STREET, CAJtSAW CITY. AeVADA. ANOTHER BOOM AT TUB THE HOUSE OF KARRIS BROS. w H OLBSALK ASfi St B A I l 0KAL&&&JB) Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Canned Fruits, Butter, Lard, Grata G?aJ Oil AND ALL. ARTICLES IHIAU.V KEPT HA VIVC MOVHD bl)K HNT1BB STOCK omtistiug f Groceries, liquors, FroV'S'O-is, Hardware, Grain and Flour, Croskery, CLOTBING, BOOT", SHOES, HATS AND GENTS' FUtJ,i3.l5;N3 GOODS, To cmr Dew building, w are now prepared to supply oar cumouiero anil the pub.t generally witli everything tm wt hut at GREATLY REDUCED PRISES. We invite everybody to call and compare prieca ami goods before purc-iiasiu elsewhere. Mr. CHARLFS HETTKLDORf ER having the mta muuaemeQt of our lry Uouds Department, would bo pleased to see his friends. HA KRIS BK04. Carson, Sf-pt. 25, 1879. dRS Of FIRST CLASS STORE the kind of noraantile ouaincM la whiatt Ifeay are enjoyed t3 Ordan taken and Goods deUvorad TO ANT PART OF THB CITY JTEEE 0 HAKQI MASON A CO. Carson, rfav 5 IS7A STO&E MARKET. IHTexxr Firm. have 'ened a first cUj-h lieat Market in the Stone liuHilina opposite the Arlington Mouse, whereem tm found at ali limes the CHOICEST C'JTS OF Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Etc. The new propietor will tTI a!! orders with dispatch and asks a fair share of patronage. niy6 CH4S. W. SCHtHI & BROTHER. PEOPLE'S MARKET. orpoorra e. g. mint, kokih caksom st., cansov OiXf. It 1 1. 1. Ai FtKRIS . Proprietor. Btrf, ?Ta'ttn. I.umb Vettl an Pork. All raised iu Oarson Valley and sUi'jhtercd there, direct from ttw pasturace. BaiiM, BxeiMi, Corns' 4 llef. Tongues, Bt. poultkt su .nrc Of all klndj kept con.sl;iRt!y on hand and billed ardor SAUSAGES CF LL KINDS HEAD CHEESE A SPKCIALTT. Goods promptly delivered free of charge. All k'ad t oinli scientifically put up for cooking. 6all at the People's Market andjpurabase native jel 8-tr A. opera nn OPRHl HOUSE) B17ILDIB4. MARSTON, - - ' Manager. Finest brands of Liqn rs and Cig-ara always feaad 'lhe celebrated Tea nettle and Old aimer woitkiw aud Opera Cigars a specialty. In connection with the bar, and in place of tie tail.g Saloon, a FISRT-CLASS CHCP STAND Has teen fitted up, where Meals and Lunches can b had at all hours, dxy and niirht, cooked to order. Mo patB will be spared to mak.; this a FIRST CLASS bTAMJ. Oysters, Crabs, Shrimps and Mussels always on hand season, aud served m tne Dest style. Wines of all kinds furnished on order jo U-tf FAMILY GHOGERY. Focr doses of Mrs. Dr. Howe's Rheumatic Remedy will relieve, and one bottle will cure the worst case of Rheumatism. Try it. It costs but one dollar. For sale at Thaxter's drug store. oct9 Arrivals. The following passengers arri ved on the southern stage yesterday afternoon: Clara Hamilton, VV. B. Cooper, Louis La Rue, Andy Horn. CHAMPAGNE YEAST POWDER. Missus. J ill Ss S. Tatlor & Co. Cents: Onr baker says that your CHAMPAGNE YEAST POWDER U the best he has ever used. One teaspoonful to a quart of tlour is simply perfection He can not make as good cakes with three times the quantity of any other. Your truly SHARP BROTHERS. To Messrs. James 8. Taylor Co., VH front street, San Francisco. SCHOOL. 18 O O 14 ....AND... AMMUNITION ARE SPECULTIKS AT.... Jolizi G. Fox's; LARGE BOOK AND JEWELRY STORE rjy H K CHOIOEs'l' AND CrHOCJ3i. For family use constantly on hand. trVor NJce Mill Thfwsra K to B "W &r Found Klsrwhere CO TO CHEKtY'S, A jrenenil aswrtment of fhe beet sttiple and abofM rr ceries. PRICES '1X1 SUIT THE TIMES ! JOHN E. CHEN IT, Adams Block, Oargon street, corner of Telegraph. January 8, 1S73. Cheaper than any other House In the city ! ! AHUCSITION OF ALL KINDS, Sbot, Powder, Wad, Primers. Cartridges of all Sixes, Fl.ibiuff Tackle. B. STATIONERY AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. sep3 lm EAGLE MARKET. 1NCKBI, BUILDING, CABSONr-fcTEKT. CARSON CITY, HBVA0A. A first-class meat mikt, keeping en land a goed snp ply of Boef, Pork. Multoa. Vsal. Limb, Smtje, Etc Whieh will be furnished, to enstomers at lowest niarfce rates. ifefALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO"5a je!3-tf HATT. RINCKEL, Prspjietor. CAKE'S JXCHAHGE. GEORGE Sd DAKE, PROPRIETORS. o PPOSITK TUU STATE VAPITOI Carson street, Carson City Nevada. DRINKS TBH FINEST BRANDS OF WINES, CAGW1N & ALLEN, jyj-KWS.DKAL.KItS AND STATIONERS, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. OfflM Of TOO Ml PMC. N'J, .- "' ISKKTO ST., .-a-. VrMiciw Jl-iy 24, 1789. MEfcSKg J. S. Tayik x. Co - Gent: 1 have made a care ful examination oi botii bread and biscuits prepared under my own direction by the use of yourCHAMr'AGJ. BAH ING POWOEH. and find that they dj not contain alum or any other injurious or deleterious ingredients. Re spectfully submitted, TUC MAS ruiur;, Assayer anu Luenun. o23 2m NICHOLS' INFALLIBLE INJECTION. feited with ' 'Linger' Guaranteed to cur? promptly aud per manently every sajc of GtR-jrhioa, Slt-et and Whiles, no matter of haw larg standing, it directious are i.iilowcl. Internal mCiunesut recoi inituded or necerea'y. A cute fruar antead r moiiey refunded. For sale bv B. F. Foster. oclS 6m Ticture frames a Specialty. A lare assortment of Spectacles and Eye-Clauses; also dobiers in .Novelties, Yans.ee .Notions, 101 et boap, Perfumery, Chromos. Stationery, school and Blank Books. Sheet and Bonk Slmtto furnlhfl at short notice Orgaai and Pianos at Lwwt Possible Bates 4HSRICAN SIXGtR 4KWINQ At ICaiA E PISTOLS, FIREARHS AJVD AMUL'NITION AT LOWEST PRICES. Wllk give special attention te the delivery of all Papers and Periodicals. The Gold Hill News delivered. feUsitt HEADQUARTERS SALOON, KIIU STItSKT, BETWEJSHf CAM OH a.id Onnsby. This .old aau ws.l suows sicun is supplied wits the very lust WISH ci Aim liouors,; ALWAYS OH HAKD. Carson, April 8, 1879 LCICAR3 O. 33- "VT Ji333 33, Ouoaessoi to J. B. Oomuek.) AUCTION AD COMMISSiOH BUSINESS, ABB DIALM a MEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. I AM PRKIMRRD TO DO iLLIIKDs M upuoLsitniN;. Routes to Kent. Hours ud Farm IT sip gvpoled Soods 8i ea Oowsaisnea. Cat si a Ctty. N -., .trfen Ins Carson tKTinM M:k asd ti.t ctcifle Mt7.1. -.P4 Xise LMiiaa ! Tit-Bias at all Honrs. MERCHANT 7A1L03. Biiayes, WEia ii r tailor, latc a of Mtu-ysvills, California, has jufct opened a chop in the Adams Block, where he is prepared to make te or der, and from frwh and Lishiouible stock, every kind of centlemen's wear, at the shone&t notice abd on the woM. reowoi able Ijios. rtrf Cool am! delieioas ber. The proprietor, Yister A. Mxller, lives oa the premises iui is ou uaml at ail hosrj to attrtad to his susto ion. Call and s b''ii. isos a. wbxls i waujsorcs iTiWAir. WELLS & STEWART, A TTOB5TBYB AT LAW. Ht it !o.r to Foster s tru, Can j i lt Store, rocai cp sluira MRS. N. A. GAVIN HAr:.J!V",T E'BiYHO A I1HE ASSORT FALL MIILINFY GOODS, Which will keloid ebea?. JtGCALL A5D EXAMINE THEilTia Xnt iloor to she Opera flnn?. cpS DR. h J. WKITE, Oftlci On Kins- stroot, st tear of WUIbl Drafbtore. XT ResWlenoe at the Arlington nouse. RoB y0 19 n Calls p.-iimjiy M,'ndi, nighta-tr iiay ' Cat-o-i, tx-pleiibtA' l'j, 187s.