... APitlL 15, 18S3
1 r. FISHER, Advertiainjc Agent, 21
Merchant Exchange, is sole fcgebt iut Ute
Houuil AppkaI ill San Fraudscu
The " JiORJiMG A iff A L u the
avlg papjr in Carum publishing ttltqraphic
dJjrpatehea and afternoon stock report.
San Fbaxcisco, April 14. Following
r the opening and closing quotations :
Ophir. 2 20; Mexican, 1; Gould &. Curry,
2$; Best & Belcher, 3 40; Savage, 1 85;
C-jn. Virginia, 45c; Chollar. 1 30, 1 35;
P,.tosi, &c; Hale & Xorcrosa, 2 83, 2 0 J;
Crown Puint, 1 30; Yellow Jacket, 2 80;
Imperial. 5c: Belcher, 60c; Confidence,
(st-esinent ieiino,'ieut), I dO 10; Sierra
Nevada, 2 40; Overman, 15c; Union, 3 3i;
Chaileue, 15c; Andes, 5ita; Scorpion,
50c; Eurek Con., 4 65; Grand Prize, 50c;
Aryeiit.n, 5.rn;; Albion, 3c; Navajo, 3;
Day, 4'Jo; Northern Belie, 9; North Belle
Isle, 30c; Hudie, I 35.
T5 Ophir, 2 15
315 Mexican, 2 70, 2jf. 2 70
115 Gould & Curry, 2, 2 20
30 tfest & Belcher, 3 45
750 Sva?. 1 90. 1 95, 1 S5 bo
245 Con. Virginia, 45o
250 Ch.,llar, 1 35
:m Potofi, SOc
fM) Halfi & Norcrogs, 2 65, 3. 2 15 eld
120 Crown Point, li
4H) Yellow Jacket, 2 80
INI Alpha, 14,
'-'SO Sierra Nevada, 2 25, 2
110 Utah, 1 80
100 Exchtqier, 25c
150 Union, 3 30
2i0 Challenge, 15o
10 Best & Belcher, 3 4.)
20 Occidental, U
100 A tides, 50c
5i Kurek. Con., 4 J
125 Arfjerita, 55c
100 N;vjj.., 2 95
20 Albion, ?,,)c
300 Eurek Tunnel, SQc 30
oO Northern Belle, 9
100 Silver Kinsr, 10
100 Belclitr, S5c
Sax FKA'.-crsco, April 14-2' p .
Union. 3 35 b, 3 35 a; Sierra Nevada,
2i b, 30 a. 2 30 ss; Mexican, 2j5 . 2 70
b; Ophir, 2 10 b, 2 15 a, 2 10 ; Con. Vir
ginia, 40c b, 45c a; Best & Beicber, 3 15
a; Gould & Curry, 2 20 b, 2; a. 2 20 s;
Snvsee, 1 90 b, 1 95 a, 1 9) s; Hal k
NororoM, 2 95 b, 3 e, 2 90 e; Chollar,
1 35 b, 1 35 p : Pot;ii, S5c b, 85 s; Alt3,
20c b, 25c a, 25c p; Belcher, Sl'c 2. 85c a,
80c f; Crown Point, IJ h. 1 30 a; Yellow
-lacket. 2 SO b. 2 85 a, 2 S0; Grand Prize,
S0i: b; Ku.eka Con.. 4J b, 4 85 s; Syndi
cate. 10.; b; Bodie, 1 35 b. 1 35 f; Aruen
ta, 55c b, COs a; Scorpion. 45e b, 5;'o a;
Navajo, I 95 b. 3 a: Confidence, 1 t b;
' Northern Belle. 9 b; Eureka Tunuel, SOe b.
Episcopil Church Full ser
vice at 11 A. M. anl 7:30 p. M.
Ail cordially invited. The Usher
will ?eat strangers.
Methodist Church Rev. Mr.
Gray will preach at 11 a. m.
livening service at 7 p. m.
Sunday School at 1 r. M. Seats
free. William G. Simpson will
preach each evening during the
Presbyterian Church The
usual religious services in this
church to-day at 11 A. M. The
ptstor will deliver a short dis
course for the benefit of tke
young at 7:15 P; m. All cor
dially invited. r-abbath School
Remaining in the Carson Pot
e.tiee April 14, 1883.
Cheney Mrs Cole Mrs C A
L C Miss Lindsey Mrs A
Pepper Miss A
Ueckwith Wra Burk Matthew
Harkness II W
Kennedy A T
Morgan P B
Pargin Joe F
G. C. White, P,
Caiusox, Nev. April 13, '63.
We, the undersigned mer
chants of this city, do hereby
agiee to close our respective
business houses on Sundays, and
hereby give notice to our cus
tomer; that on and after April
15, 1833, our houses will not be
opened on Sundays,-
Mason & Co.,
E. B. Rail,
Mullkr, Schmidt & Co.
, G. T. Davis,
I. Banner, pr. Bartlett.
Rev. G. R. Davis will preach
at. the Prison at 1 o'clock to-day.
M. Cohn says he will close on
Sunday whether any other stores
close or not.
IJXABLE TO AGVLK.V..
The t'oiabg Jury Hi-h.arXf A.
At half-past 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon the jury in the
Combs case sent for Judge Ed
wards and announced that they
were unable t agree. They
were accordingly discharged.
The following is an authentic
account of the ballots while
they were out. After retiring
they took dinner and then a
secret ballot was held which
resulted in six for guilty and
six far not guilty.
Aheut 3 o'clock another ballot
was taken and the result was
four for manslaughter, three for
assault and battery and not
This was taken in the even
ing and stood as follows : Assault
and battery nine, murder in the
second degree three.
M'irder iu second doeree
Meyer, Youngblood, Lebo." '
Manslaughter C a r b e rry,
Assault and battery Hackett,
lloge, Tennant, liowker, Plater,
On the next ballot Dorsey
changed his vote lo manslaugh
ter, and Hacketi was asieep. No
further ballots were taken, as
there was evidently no use. The
juror who was the most strenu
ous advocate of the assault and
battery verdict was Haekett.
The feeling on the streets
when the result was known was
one of general surprise that any
one on the jury could have for
an instant entertained the idea
that a simple assault and bat
tery had been committed, and
the jurors who voted fr this
verdict weie roundly denounced.
The case will now have to be
tried over again at an expense
of at least s 5,000. Judge Ed
wards s:;ys that it will not be
again tried iu this county and a
change of venue will be allowed.
The cause of the sickness now
prevailing in Carson is nothing
more er less than foul water
closets. There is nett ing ter
rible or mysterious about the
sickness when one comes to ex
amine the first cause. The short
est way to remedy the evil is to
remove this cause, and that can
only be done by a thorough
cleaning of the foul water close ts
throughout the city. Where
families are too poor to go to the
expense, half " bushel of chloride
of lime put in once a month
will kill the active germs which
! produce the disease and save
the in funeral expenses. Car
son is situated in the healthiest
section of country on the coast,
and if anything is wrong it is
w ith the town itself and not the
locality. No one can afford to
put this matter oif. A general
cleaning and scattering of lime
should begin at once.
yiisH Ttartilairi Funeral.
Miss Ida Marshall was buried
yesterday from the residence of
II. L. Tickner. The attend
ance consisted only of the inti
mate friends of the deceased, for
fear of contagion from disease.
The following gentlemen acted
as pall bearers : Major Ford,
E. J. Parkinson, It. il. Wright,
Ernest Eckhart, Dorsey . Note
ware and Jacob Allenbach. Ap
propriate memorial services will
be held at St. Peter's Episcopal
Church this morning at 11
o'clock. The friends of the
family of deceased are specially
At the Opera House. Classes
every Saturday from 1 to 4 P.
m., and from 7 to 9 r. m., alter
which dancing until 12 o'clock.
Terras, 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.
A BAD UV.
" You think dor
Piuru's is troin' to
goin' to inaxe a
whmart ousiness man. Veil I
differs mit yon on dot. Dot poy
vill be hung share befor ehe vas
twendy-VQH. He's der rascal
mit der ground up from. I know
all about it. You see, his father
vas a schqare man and I loves
him like he vas my whole brud
der. Von night ve vas tellin'
how much ve loved each odder
ven ve agreed dot ven von man
died der odder feller votild put
live hundred tollars in his coffin.
Val, shust ray tarn luck, py
gimmeny, Pium he up und die
der next veek. I vas mit him
ven he die. and upon my vord
he laff all over pecause he vas
gettin' der start on me. Veil, j
ven l see him lac at a soaum
time like dot I say?, 'Ho, ho,
my poy, you think you get der
pest of Maurice Rosenthal,' so
I goes to his house der n'ght
dey lays him out and puts a
draft for five hundred in ins
coffin, payable to Isaac Plum on
dermand mit my name signed.
How vas dot, eh ? Veil, in
about a veek der pack tend me
dot draft for collection. I putty
near faint myself avay, for I
thought der vas tome ghost
pishness in der racket. Hut dere
vas dot draft all shustas I nia'ce
'em, und I had to bungle up der
money. You know dot young
rascal Isaac Plum, junior, takes
dot draft from his fodder's
coffin, gets 'em cashed, bays der
funeral expenses Jtnd buckets
der pallance. Now vot can you
expect of a poy like dot grow in'
up in a blace like Carson ? Von
der if der old man had hosted
der poy to Way dot trick ?;'
There was an enormous
gathering at Avery's Ho!e-in-the-Wall
last evening, it being
the occasion of the anniversary
of the opening of the establish
ment. An attractive bill of fare
was set before the guests, print
ed in the hight of the ert, the
"devouring element" was there
in full force, and made a holy
show of the fes'ive board. After
the bduquet the guests ad
journed to the boxing-room, and
some tremendous bouts were
indulged in. The combatants
fortified by strong grub and
searching wine struck blows
that could be heard to the V. v
"Katadsly 'oud acted."
The Genoa Courier s:iys :
The removal of Dr. Dawson
from the charge of th? Insane
Asylum shows up to be a high
handed, but poorly and snidely
conducted piece of political and
i malicious jobbery, which is as it
sheuld be, generally denounced
throughout the State, and also
in California. It has been in
timated that a stop was to be
put to the newspapers saying
any more in regard to it, which
is really impossible through any
means &f actual force, which is
the case with only one or two
The Courier then proceeds to
intimate that the Enterprise has
received orders to "chop on the
A successful thief on New
England railroads manages to
sit, near the traveler whose trunk
he knows to be valuable. Then
he tries to turn over the back of
the seat, pretends to find some
difficulty with the lock, and
asks the victim for the loan of
his check to slip down upon the
catch, and so throw it out of
place. While thus using the ar
ticle he exchanges it tor another,
which he hands back without
the trick being detected. At
the end of the journey, he looses
no time in presenting the stolen
check and getting away with
the baggage to which it is at
tached. Neither M139 Ilealy nor Mr.
Cagwin liave the scarlet fever as
The mil Wheel.
The following graceful bit of
verse is from the pen of Florence
M. Byrne, of Gras Valley, a
niece of W. S. Byrne, of the
Carson Mint :
The mill-wheel turns in the sunlight,
The mill- wbeel turns in the euade ;
And the limpid strecni that gleams so
Runs merriiy down the glade,
Year in, and year out it dances.
And croons its endless tune,
While the glistening spray-drop g!:;ces.
Alike In November and June.
It does not grieve for the master,
Who sleeps in the deil alone ;
The little brook glides but the taster,
J!y that humble grave moss-frown,
Day after day some fair fa.-e
Pisses away from sight.
But the wheel turns oh with lazy grace
The lipples are just as bright.
O life, thou art but a mill-wheel.
Turning in gloom and gleiira ;
In days of woe, and days of cea!.
Thy flashing foaiu-beiis beam.
Thou dost not care for the quick, or the
Thou hast thine own sweet n iii,
Till the limpid s'.ream in the glude has
And the sphu&ii-g wheel is till.
Xiie SleiiWIi 1 the City Aetion of
the City Trustee.
Tho Hoard ol" City Trut?f8 rrit at
8 o'clock on Friday, April 13, with a
full Bo.ii d present, to con Rider llio
propriety of taking action in tho mat
ter of public attendance of funerals in
cases of perons having: died with the
KCAP.L.KT fevki:, iiotv somewhat
;revaient. in tho City of Carson, and
also in reference to the propriety and
iieecssity of closing tho mb ic schools
temporarily. Drs. White and Smart
were? present ly invitation of the
i'oar-J, :intl wero calleii upon to sive
med'cil ar.d other advire concerning
the .natter. They read from several
Btand trd authorities, anions others,
Smiih, Zienissen and Ifarthonie.
The authorities read Mate in suh
s'anee that the primary causes of tho
diease arc epkiemiral and oonla
ijious that whiie it is rare, neverthe
less tho fart ot a person once having
the disease, does not preclude the
person from iiavin it aiiain: that it
is mora prevalent with children than
adults, and that it is considered the
uiot dangerous of contagious disease-.
Drs. Whit and .Smart pro
nounce the eace of Miss Ida Marshall
of the malignant type. Tho Hoard of
City Trustees llicvufore recommend
that the funeral of deceased persons
having died of this disease he at
tended pri vately ; only tlnve attend
ing that are nei-e-sary, together with
the relatives of such deceased per
h)iis;ana sttgue-st that public services
can he he'd on souio oilier than tho
ttf.y of the funeral. They alo recom
iDcsid that the Board ot School Trus
tees eaur-o the public schools to he
closed temporarily sar until the
first of May next. The Board also
recommended the following precau
tion as laid down by Ir. .Smith:
"The patient should ho placed in a
separate room and no person except
the physician, nurse, or mother, ha
allowed to enter the room or to touch
the bedding or clothing used in tho
sick roo.n, until they have been
thoroughly disinfected. All cloth
iisjr, beddir.fr, or other articles not
absolutely necessary for ihn ue of
i he patient, should ho removed from
the sick room. Articles used about
the patient, such as sheet, pillow
case, blankets, or clothes, mut-;t not
be removed from the sick room "until
they have been disinfected by pl.ic
intr them in a tub f water with the
following disinfecting fluid: Kight
ounces of sulphate of zinc, 1 ounce ot
carbolic acid, 3 gallons of water.
They should be soaked in this fluid
for at least one hour and then placed
in boiling water for washing. Ail
display should ho piohibited at
funerals of those who have died of
scarlet fever." By order of the Board
of City Trustees.
Lieutenant Governsr Ltttigh
ton, who hits been over in Cali
fornia nearly ever since the
Legislature adjourned, returned
a few days ago, but has gone
buck again. lie was elected
State Librarian with tha ex
press understanding that he
would attend to his duties, lie
i.s isn't much better than the last
Lieu tenant Gove rtiur w a s.
C D. BIGELOW
IAH MtSi!) BE IVISS AT
BHS0.VS OLD STJSO,
lorurr I'li'tb aud Curaiwu Ht
An.! is prepared to do first el r.
OF ALL DEECHIPTIONS.
'ancj Ilune libvtln: a gfoeialty
50 Cents Per Week
Bii- All clasaca of letrilimate advertisements
not exceeding six liuc8 inserted in this column
for 50 Cans per weft.
There will be special service nt the
Methodist Chureii every evening this
week. Preaching each ni;ht by l?ev.
V. G. Simpson. All are invited. Sun
day service at 11 a m. and 7:'M p. m.
On April 10, a way-bill lenfher
pocket book, oontjiininir paper and let
ters. A reasonable reward will be paid
for its return to Keyser& Klrod. aia-aw
A Kirl to do preneral housework. En
quire at this olHee. mrlS
A good, gentle two horse team. En
quire at this olflce! mt'2
rpETLOW'3 PERFUMERIES, INCLUDING
i Marie Stuart, White Oerenium and
Spring Violet, fr sale at the City Uru Store.
A nous furnifhPd or unfurnished,
west of Carson street. AdUrees this
f COIIN IS NOW THR SOLE
,f 8 agent in Carson of ttie "White'
and "Sew Howe"sewin2 machines.
Opposite; Arlington llr.u-
rn.uK u.m:RNiXKt cox
It duels a first class meat market,
where can be had ut all Urues tiie
choicest cuts ot
LAM li, SAUSAtJK, Etc
i-A 'Ali orders !'
ii ',-ih diftt&teh.
OTTO r. SCI 1 1' LZ.
J 0 H U BOSSER.
MEftT FOR ALL MSRKISD
ISEKF, .MUTTON, SAUSAGE,
'arftii Mt. between Uil anil lt!i
jisr ui:rifcu,A i ili.
HATS. FLOWERS. PLUMES,
Ofthe Handsomest & Newest Designs
Next lo J! Co'un's tore
A GRADUATE OFTHE UNIVERSITY CF lEIFSiC
Orders for I'i.ino instruction can le
left at Cagwin A NotewuiVn .store, in a
IiR. 3. I,, KING. DR. FLORENCE It. KINO
DRS. KING & KING,
IIIYMCl!l-S AX SlIMiCO.,
OUiee Uiu Carncr Turry.
Calls Promptly Atlenleii Day
OFFICE UOUttS I lo 4 1 M
ft A GO!! WOBK.
a wriLLi m-ftitfc.s ti
;CAN CK I OCX li AT
TJ Ti: OLD STAN I
CarKOu aud Thir.l Htre-rtM.
Opposite St. Charles Hotel and neut.ni"-
Prepared to u'o :.:i k i uds :
Itlaek urul I til ny.
t'aiu tint and
Finishing; ut Yhxo
f i p. r c lass s r v i. r
Ar;d at prices to suit thu 'reviv
I also keep on hand New Wajjoo
Ruck-boards, Carrhiues, ew, evoeUrd Im
none in the Stnte, for sate CHK Al' c
1 have superior advantage for hor.
mid mule shoeitttr, Iihvihk in my ei.
ploy one of the best shoei in Nevada.
Grateful for liucial patroua beret-,
fore bestowed, I intend lo merit its eon
tiiiuance by lair d ialing, troo.l wurfc
maiisti.p and low eharsres
VV. D. TORREYSOM.
t'jir.-Oii City. March 9. 1 '.
VOCH, F1ITIHKS A ;!!
V 1 1. 1.
Oi" the W-ll k::owri Cl'i'tiiiu
merly owned b
l'(r prirtieu'.ius njiiir,: i.T t; I,. Ban
h it. at l lie store, Carson "it or 1'
U.icner, S;:i I'raneiseo. '.-hrorni v
Improvad Real Estate.
I!I(K'! of .rooml :nnl i me
IeMi,i'llee. . .
Ino Ut, Ilaa-I liui-he.l
Sit Small Jloute
One Lot. Stual! Ilon .
lcrmu nil Hie :ituir reiiMttuiMe
J. D. K.ElSiY.
TKE C3R0ETT HOUSE,
Jpo4ile. ft it .;
KBALS AT ALL HOURS.
trill. Ill.V.M.tt A I 12
The House ).
jus?, ti.vri ;!i ;r',;iii
renovated ami fitted up.
ROOMS TO RENT.
jjMl"K frKXJSIUilk KOfiq )i
lii rt' it i: .
Apply :it this o'liee.
FfltHGii H EST A ANT
OVESA HOt'SK. j12&
Open AU Mourv D and KJght
r7,VEKVTIII HI'.ItV I r
J inlhel-stol Htj le Frei-li Hti.
0iter3, and nil obl'Hiir.tde delleMek
oil liand. rriv.uo diuing rojinn for
familieH and partus. Xriet atieutwin :
cleanllnenn in all tlepurtmeuU.
7V jA. 3NT T H5X.
VT ALL T1MIS, LI1T. :
ercetlciiien to nrl! TuniMn'K (VI"'ir
ted Maps and Chart, t (H per moutfc
liuaraiileed ttir-rii follou-in; oar lo
t'urllon For particular uddrew
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