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THE DAILY A1TEAL
M. R. HIGMELS:::l::::::::::::::::Hmi
ATCSTAT MOHHIJCG. APGITST 4 1865
ASLKW JOHSSna SMOVSLY AC
CUSED.
If the ttntemeit conU:nr1 in the fol
lowing' extract i tree. Johnson's in
farar is so ro"ipleteIv dt-rnonstrable that
even those kin d-hearted people who re
fuse to give credcace to the doctrine of
total drpravitj canoot fail of recopniz
ia the author of ''my policy" as the
most absolutely depraved and nnprinci
plej wreicli that ever disgraced his
country and his kind. A letter written
at Washington by a (tentlenmn who is
endorsed by the Cass County, (liicbi
ran) Republican, as the incumbent of a
high official position at Washington,
contains the following startling an
nouncement :
Xuthine will rr- dne to JrfF. Davis hat In
liberate Lim. I have reason tu brlievp that
President Johnson is in his power, and that
Da has in his hands, or in those of his
counsel. Charles O'Connor, a letter written
by Johns ,n at an eariv dav, propositi,; to
join the rebellion, provided he should have a
seat in the Confederate Cihiiut. Y.iu can.
upon tins hvpothesis, account fur th fu-t
that althi.urh since Hecemher last Johnson
baa beea fimr and otfir-tallv acquainted with
the eviuence, u detail, proving that Davis
was an accessarv before the fa-tin the mar
oer of Lincoln, he has prevented his trial for
tsat crime. This 1 know.
If the President is the honest man bis
supporters claim bitn to be, he w:il
produce the proofs of the f.ilsity of this
stran(,'e accusation. If he is innocet.i
the fai t is esv to be established. I!
tlie charge is truthfully made, he must
make Jctf. Davis his friend, even Iv
pointf beyond the dcvelopeinents nf mv
Iol:.v-y"' as it is now kn..vn and con
demned ty every siuot re I'nionist.
DoXATrV.- Tf ' CTH Eit.N Cti LLFfl E
ii. .ue. ortniek, ot Ch..-.i.o. the
reaper man. Eas civen to the Union The-!
oTogu-al .seminarv at Hanin !en St.lr-r I
Urinre Kdwari county. Virginia, tlrr'rvi'11
t.."i:saal dollars, the endowment of a !
i essorsmn. .Mr. H-C..rm:ck has ,;, I
no.iru uvc inousan l dollars to bis con
tribution of ten thousand for tire en
dowment of a Professorship in W-h-i-eton
College. Lexington. V., of which
ieueral Lee is President. Krthan v
inn:
This man McCormick has been, d ir-1
itg a!! our troubles, one of the most
tTensive Copperheads in the United
i"t ite.-. Indeed, he has been an avowed
tces-ioni?t. The oCVnsivenefs .f his
tiisloyil assumptions is given an in-
re.ied bitterness in view of the facts
thai he is a naturalized citizen: fa
Scotchman by birth th.t his invention
wai seL-ure.l : his profit by the Patent
1 iws of the government which he desir
ed t see des'royrd, and th it his ma
ihices were miiuly valuable from the
employment ;rivtn them by the farmers
f the byal North. We should be pleas-
i to sec all his property confiscated fT
the use and benefit of the widows and
i r,.ha:is of Chicago volunteers.
A Hat' Giel. The Sacramento Union
of the 1st has tlie following item:
7e mentioned rerently that it hd
I ee discovered that ib-attempt to J,:irn
7,, Tl- '.. ,:;.rf""
..... c ... ,nr rLimr ri . n ise, at
'1 hirieenth and J streets, was made bv
a smsll tr;: l, w lio was prompted bv no
ther motive than a desire to see a f. re.
1 he irl referred to was Kmma ssbaifer.
aed nine years, wtn. resided at the time
iu the family of Wise. Mie was verv
macli elated with the tire which hd o.--c
irre l a few days before, at Twrifrh and
.. streets, nnd was nniious to wii ness !
vnoltler display of fireworks, h'he sur.-
aetiueiitly a imitted her cnilt as to the I
attewKed iucei.diarisoi. but appeared !
. u.e no reeling ot rejrret or compunc-
tioa about it.
ii was in'emleii at the
t:tn to make a clukrjre againl her and
have her sent to the Ma'e reform School,
bat her relatives sail she should not be
there, aud the property owners liiere
f.re ala:i limed tbe.r .ie.-ign and have
'ken n. action in the case.
Tkk XlfPEB NifPKn. The Maine pa
:rs tell a cotiiic.il story about Marshal
Kent of Portsmp-ith, who went ti ilruns
wick in disguise, for the purpose of ar-
t'"i; eloping couple, and was bitn-s-lf
arrested as a suspicious person, and
required t. (rive an account of hioi.-eif
Helief fob OesTiTfTios. A loan ot
Si.OOObas been negotiated io Memphis
for the benefit of th indigent families
t Madison county, Alabama. Tb
ioads issue-! for the purpose were
prmiptlr cashed by J. Wicks, of the
Meavphit Saviaf Bank, and W. II.
Chety, of lb Merchant' National
cmATL;
. a ;
V .
The tv-in Kr.i
hich, rather o- "'-ly, f-- e r '
years, has assun.rii .or itself the posi
tion of special tin ii.ii.on .f the work
ingman's rights, aLd wh:ch has beeu
subject to chronic fits cf exhortation
against "coolie labor,'' and which has
made itself notorious, ot late by scrofu
lous ontcroppings of Democratic erup
tions in the shape of '-my policy," di
luted, in its issue of Anust 1st has the
following:
Last week some twenty Chinamen arrived
m Pajiiro for the harvest fields. Laborers
are so scarce in this vallev that it was found
necessary to send to S in Francisco for hee
pests. Kven Dntper Indians refuse to work
for less than two dollars tier dav. knowing
that the farmers are compelled to riuplnv
them.
In the San Francisco Bulletin of the
'"in date, we find the followine:
Charles Carvahlo. the Chinese internrefer.
has in-t returned from a trin nn.lp il rm.h
the interior of the State, anions; the Chinese,
to ascertain the sentiments of the Chinese
merchants and others in reirard to the urn.
jectrd steamship line to China. He reports
the hinese unanimous in tneir endors, iiu-nt
of the project, and has received assurances of
their patronage and stipivort. The passer.ip-r
traffic between here and China amounts to
some o.iliXt each way annually. I'nd. r the
present arrangements passengers are cm
pelltd to lav in a stock if three months pro
visions before starting, on account of the un
certainty of the time to be consumed in the
passage. By patronizing the steamships
thev hope to save time, and, b. ;,Me to
ralculate with a sreat degree of cort ii.tv on
the length of their vovaire. thev wi:l e-7eet a
material saving on their outfit". This State
coi tains nearly ot.(niti Chinese, all of whom
expect at sometime to return to the Kl werv
Kingdom, and "ho re.rd the inai.vur iti -u
of the new enterprise as favorable to their
hopes. Tlie Cl:in-se met chant s. p..rtic.!tir!v
i 'irmghont the inferi r. are tnv.io.is t ;)at-
nnnr.f n- s eiiii imp h:ti treigr t nr. l o i-s-
eug, r. vjr. t arvah.n has v. sited ah .t tVI
towns and ramps wher? tlie Chinese "no st
do eonorr2 tte." and the result of his mission
is hiithlv satisfactory to the project r if the
nterpri-e.
Now it would seem that "these pests''
" the Call styles the Chinese laborers
are not only destine! t i iiu-ree.se in
numbers
but are. in reali'v becon;e :;n
almost indispensable 'ncressarv ev.;''
" i aciuc .-taies. i 1 ie siw- we
have never vet offered a field !,t t
any xery lare numl-ers of i!.euj
iu Ner.d;i. hur, as the Pacific K;ti: n.si.i
progresses they no doubt bee iue
very ni.i-ieroiis in some p
:irts cf ti.i.-1
t.itc. iitv we may protest ajr.iinst
tiie introduction of Chinese labor intoielfier r"'n:"" is duil at I0r7. 20c low.
nr.til
s .me scheme of emigration i- de-i
vised which shall induce wt.'re I
to come from the Eastern -States ami
settle here, our dependence must be !
upon fie cheap and r no means des
picable labor cf '-these pests'' tiie (7hi
namen. It is to be lamented that Cali-
fori.ia an I Nevada cannot boast
abundance, at all times of the ve.ir, ofj
, , , , , " I
oirm hands and of other workiiignien o:'j
American birth; but being without that j and the Iiirertor to press the work f.ir
lesirable population, the low priced 1 1- j " ,r 3M'' ""r " 'j '" Troy may soon
br of John Chinaman mns. .. -il! V,.
brought into profitable empiovmr.t.
And coniinj to an inevitable conclusion
from t!:e article which we copy from
the Bulletin, we are of the opioion that
the es'ablishment of regular facilities
for trade and travel between San Fran
cisco and the ports of China, bv nifans
jo'" the g-eat mail steamship linij which
'wiI1 P' in, "P-ration next J:
a n n i ry .
will keep the Pacific Sutes. supplied
with 'n h an abundance of these cheap
laborers taut works of internal im
provement and kindred enterprises will
be, in the course of a very few years, as
they are not bow, possible of speedv
and profitable achievement: and when
that shall be the case, the great future
these mineral producing State shall
Dcg'3 to h" opened up in all its eran
deur, and "these pests" shall vindicate
their usefulness nnd prove themselves
blessing in disguise."
IKKISe OP THE ' EVESISO TRIBrNS."
Wr are sorry lo hear that this adm ra
b'e little paper has ceased to eiist, after
a short bl 'time of only one month. It
was well and ably conducted on right
principle, and deserved lo live and be
erne prosperous. The Tribune boldly
t.v.k tiie side ot right and maintained
its attitudes rvith ability and dignity,
and we are persuaded that every right
minded and capable jonrnalist will con
sider its death a public misfortune.
We Cud the foregoing in the San
Francisco American Flag of Tuesdav
evening, and give it a place because it
confirms certain rumor to the same ef.
feet coming from some rather unreliable
oarers. We too regret the suspension
of tbe Tribao' publication, for its edi
torials ba4 Iks right riaf in tbsa.
PIAXF02?
" t
.I.1 Th- f.';
t'r IKK Vifr; r.:
iV.LIFl'.RSIa
ffit.g - : i s " ' s i if
'ions I'doi.tt-d at ne fiint' ol tui- State
Central Commi'te- ef California held in
San Fra ici.-cj on Wednesday last:
Fir Approving of the ennstitutional
amnvln ei u
!econd That rmtil aoch amendment is
ad-'pti d, Stc s itel- in rebellion sh"i.';' not
be aduiitt a to representation in C oncress.
Tisird That fhe Cnion paty of Calif' '.:a
are opp-std to any iiEislation or tr any
poliev i;k Congress, or by fhe Pres lent,
which shall fall short of the settlement f the
question of human slavery, in fact as well as
name, throughout our whole countrv. and
that any reconstruction, reorganisation or
rehabihta'ion which does not assure the
whole peoi.le, black a woll as white, life,
liberty ami the pnrs iit of happiness, will he
mischievous in its results, and a full admis
sion that the repuhiic has not the genius to
save what it had the power to wip.
Fourth In effect condemning the Phila
delphia Convention, and affirming that the
Lnion party is capable ef ttuishing the work
it has begun nnd cariied thus far.
Fifth Approving the action of Congress
and the California delegation in Congress on
the reconstruction question.
The Union Slate Central Commit
tee of Nevada meets at Virginia
on tie 15th of this month, and
we recommend that a similar set
of resolutions with the above be adopt
ed by the Committee on that occa
sion. Making Unionism a little bind
ing ' about now, will have a salutory
effect.
BY STATE TELi.Gd.AFa
'rav tuf. c.-u hill s-tws er it rvrs-:.;.
Heart's Context. July .",1 The Pres
ident's i;ie5:ioe to the Queen, contain
ing seveti'y-seven words. p? st-d through
the cable in e.ven rnmutrts, :it:d wa
delivered to the Queen a'rcot irr.medi-
a:e!v
The Great Ka-tern is now firir.g a sa
lute in honor thereof.
A ceiebrat : "in in limnr of the snrce??
of ti.e cable i btinc held at Valencia.
Irel.tnd. li;is afternoon.
The Aliianv and Terrible leave here
io-morrow n-r rning for the spot where J
ti:e c.ii.le ot 1 i-t vear wa lost. The
GreU Kiistern and Neeriwav will fullow
i;
n about one week.
New T"!:s. Aneust 2 The Post's
money article savs a verv live'v toove-
m'nt prevailed in the stock exchange .
'"-'biy. Government sti cks are steady j
jbut inactive. Cotton dnll ar.1 prices
""lr,! tne i.m .. jo s were j r.etter. "t-
" v" 0" ' n " "T "
e: b:if no rdiblie neas h:t Irsns.
pin d to-day.
Twelve mfSTf werp en'ered to-dv
'"r roj. beteipts tl.313 cash, in
; sold.
T:!E ?T. JoSFTH ANO Ofnvkr ItAIt-
liovo. The work upon t! is road will
' '"""'"'''
crossed b riv
, r is th
omtnence tb:s niornintr. a? ihe hatois
iver yesterday for that pur
pose. It is tn intention of M.ii. Chew
' tnemseive? upon havmjr
-.il
oo rii iioo :t uiou .mi me ..iissotiri
river an.
the i.a-t a
consummation
most heartily desired. 5.'. J; h Cnion
Thf Atlantic and Mississippi Steam
ship Company recently brought from
St. Leiii.s to New Orleans 1.400 sacks
of corn intended for the destitute poor
of Alabama, without t barge. S-ji to le
outdone in liberality, the New Orleans
ilrav uii-n hauled from the levee nnd de
livered the corn free of cost at the depot.
Ct.nrns ' I wonder where those
clouds are going ? ?' sighed Flore, pen
sively, as she pointed with ber delicate
firmer to the heavy masses that floated
in the skv. I think thev are going to
thunder! " said her brother.
BORN.
In Car-en City, August 3d,lfta to the wife
Vr. I..T a s...i.
NEW, TO DAY.
A KD.
Filvfe City, Aiimut 2.1, 1si.
Er-rma C'lsr- ArrtAL: Tbi is to certify that
Messrs. Mp.h1 A MeC.-ne, proprietors of the Ne
va.la Foundry at Silver City. Dim have executed
to"me a n-.te, Iw-iirinff interest or otberii-e. f. .r
wajros, they having alwa.s j.aid to me my wages
at any time 1 aiatle a lem.tmt.
ans-2t H. L. VOOD.
THEATRE SILUOH
SQUASZA PTJUCH! EQTJA2ZA
PUNCH!!
'PUR 0HI.T FLACR I!f r.KfO CTTT
X ttarejincm (tnt Die liENUINB SQr.ARZA
I'tNCII is at the TIIKATfcK sALIHt.1
Ihey hvs jnst received from Fram i-c. in the
oriKinal I..ikre OLD fOVKK.VV.EN1 WHIS-
H Wing the heat Whisksy in tta aurket.
", JiaJH KUBBIN PONY BKANDY. AU
OSB BIT A DMII.
. . . M00K A tMSMMX.
iC'O'WIXG & CO..
NOISE. CAMM-MaS
OK A MENTAL PAttTISO!
Corner of Ormsby mnd Third Streets,
CARSON CITY, NKVAlJA.
IiHE I HI ERPTM.t WOtl.1 TAK K TH-S
m-t.:-" of hif..rniinc the cinzt-rw of Camon
raiid vkrimiy tiuu the v r pri i.u-etl to exs-.ut
H"Uh-, riicn, ir ornHmnti.! rati.tmr. in t
thort'iih woikiruiiilifcf outline) ; tttxl ilt titr
ciw-tT'K'ti i erTs.r. nv wi.ik m iheir line, wiih
iii the circle f tiTTy n vm if tlmcit). Orleni
fpim the c-u:itrT -lu.tt,l.
The t of refreift ? piven i to the nbilit t
fii.till tb-ir contra ti, chi-rfwl!y mTi-n. ir
prictit are niotict ai. ain! our (stfin f 1..ii hui
ne-v We iid-Tvr tch4ru:tttriie tth pr.min-i.
jyjy-tf t'.'W k UK
J'JSKPU MASDLEBAUM. 1 t JACOB TOBE1NBB .
MA5DLEBATJM ft TOBRIHER,
Corner uf Cr.n nnd Mumr Streets,
(County Bnildinp,)
CAnSOlV C51TY.
JAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE STOCK
GROCEEIES, PROVISIONS.
W lnr, LiqworM,
cnoc k i: n y.
VrV allpaper,
PAINTS AND OILS.
We rail the attentimi i.f geutie inrn to our fin
Men's Furnishing Goods !
whkh e will sr!!, holt-sale arid ret.til at th
I.oYvt st !ark t Pi Ice !
T!ea.-e nil an ! enxii.iue our et t bvf -re pur
-h;-.?.:. -le !n rr.
Order, from the 'tntl ry PramptI)
A fTKM't I) TO.
MASDLKBAl M TOBRIXER.
John wagfk-
JACOB KLINE.
C IRSOS CITY BRt:ni iti,
K ITITE TDK ATTKNTP N i"F t rt
fi:-!!.!- un.l ili.- eiil - in i.-.-;r:il t, ilif-
in the l."7.f: ,. Ahtf
:e .:e; i:e.l a A.l lillieslo filh,?!i i-ui pill-.ii-
with
r-r?
In "T
sninll qiiiiitl:es,
At the sbtirtest n"tire.
W ato wh intiniA'p onr f-;nff tlrat it i
e-:i.ln-;r tf netltli Tr s-s--mi T "ur hr-u.-iy, fi !
ili:titif x r.l jtn.i t . iki'Th: dran:Hr ..f rl.i-.ili-
' .. ' '""' "'
I M .!t
Ilojrt snj.f ree3 t. Urewess in innti-
ie to Suit,
m.li.
Wt.'.VF.r. KMNK.
IMI'ElilAL
FIRE INSUEAKCE CCMPAKT,
1" I. o x 1 N ,
C ASH CAPITAL SJK.OOO.OOO
A
1.1. I.OSSK PAID IMMKPIATEI.V O.N
ailjustn.ent. in 1'. S.
C. in
l:. Ill L I. k CO ,
A uents, r 1 iLuclsco.
J. E. GAKKETT, Acent. 1 ms iiCily.
a.s-ll
EDWIN A. DAVIS,
CARSON STREET, CARSOX CITY,
(Late in the nij l. yment ot llillic, M.tt ifi.)
iA.u:a lx
STOVE m.
I i la N':tr--, l'uxnpss, -t c ' t .
Slieeran i ilvani7eiHr. il, Pofiper ami T n Plate
v..ikr. r.riieniiU- atlention .;u.l to J-.t U .ik
f ev-ry .ies.-n-.t ,.n. a.-la-ft
BAT3ING A T U jg SALOON.
Till? WFI.L KNW. XO.iS"H!A?. ST.OnN
;ut.i HaThinc K-trthii-l.ii.t-nt will almyii
t uiri l clt-.in ari'i C"!iifMi lat lc nt .nrh .ni iihr-nt
l'rriciiiitr attnti..n pmi tn Iiir Cuitimr. t-ir
Lathe. a ; , it-til lrmrD . li.it, C.l-i nii.i
tiuwcr Batlu at mil b lira J. MLLL1.R
jMttf
CLOSING O U T
FLEISHHACKEE & MEYIE,
AAE0K FLKSHBACEEa, cACFFaAS H
HKCI TO OFFER THEIR LA HOE SND WELL
seleeie.i St.sk ot Uenelal Melchandiw, CoU
sisting in lart of
t.RlKEl!IF.s, FLOCK, CRAM,
1.1(41 OKS,
OKI COOODs,
CLOTHMG, '
FsRMIXC 1JIPLE9IE1TS,
CROCKERY,
AT
GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES,
IN ORDRR
To Clow Out their fttuaess.
TBI STORK AS LOT aecapM by aa i.
alaofjR 8ALK.
fUUHBinn a wnn
U AIR DRESIXii
ciaso Kun, hut ronto the fu.Ttm.
CARSON CITY, NEVADA,
OUBE. 8ZOM
4?tl
ORSA3IESTIL IMlKTEtt
jv2Ttfl
Tf IIKVUI AID SSOHEIII
Til It PCBiCRIBKB BA9 OH HAKI
Mil.
Pn4tf FlMTtiIM.Ckw.
twtf T.kacra.
ALSO,
Pna4i mm AMrw MitB(
TsWrr,
Wbicri will he wtlil on very ravorablt tarn. A
rare chance fur baiatns is olten-d.
jmi.N 0. pax,
f-b'.'S tf arson Hook Mot.
CLOTHING STORE!
MT OLD FRIENDS AND THE PCBtlCWlU.
fiud
EXTRA KDI f EMEXTS
AT till
Xoxu1ax- X
J. BOSESSTtlfK,;
Established in 18GO !
PtALIB I?C
OTasOTIXXI-s&,
AND IN EWtKY VAKIKTY OP
1 l liNISIIINC; (iOUUS,
tTERY I'KfCKH'TH'N OF
KATH
Cap- Trunks
Valiss
KNsT TK.
KOl'PKL .V: 11 .ATT.
DFALEtlS IN
Gents & Boys Custom MadeClothicfj
1
K 11 itsauii Ci.3, vtt, Mutiesses,
Trunks and Ya'.ists, Hoots and Shoes, Ac,
Corner of Crs.m an4 Tlortl ttreets,
rsrsnaf llv. 3e-a4a
1.HJiY WISHES H KKUVE H PII.S T5
tl e vsi-. i-.s l i.m. . . . ; n A 1 o.Ml Llrll
KD LLLCA1 K'N. I: :s i a
FRF.MH tl.t.
Ae M. ntl.Iy Teiirs t. he
:.i ;n a.ivnnee. JA
L'tS'ft W .V'.T.iiv. ll.se.
rtass. f i Fret:. !i i.-
I'l 1V..U- LesM'U
. . no
.. OtA
A'l'v rers. iially, .r ty letter, to Vrs. E
Alhl.N.vN. a; li' .1 i .:. it , C'aiMli Li'jr,
l. '. ll..
c: IT Y MAnUET,
Pfiirii Ll-vk, CiU'fH'ii Str--t,
CARSON CITY.
J 1. nltvtr .i;t'li.-si iniNii Irt'ln Mr.
iTfiiil v TfT' mii '-ri i it ' ' t i-
tri'tiHi't-i'f t "it- itol'.. Ir iiii-h n- iv r!iitl
;tini ruin an- l.iv.mi ! miMiai') V.nikeT in tt.o
' TaT.-. It 1' -.1 -1 : i d with tl.f liolrvs
MosktsH umi will h- fr.-M..,i -i ly Mr. ii
1'ai ku.fss n, al c.iit i :.tn- i vx .t- ri: a.i.
JOHN fUSltR.
rrn Citv. V rr 10. w,
ir "!-I.b
E. F. MORTCX,
MANL'FACTVKtB AND I'EA Ll.fi IX
li-BCOTS AKD lEAlHER.li
Hs on HA Mi. A liUKAl Ar.-uliTMr NT
of FINE ui.l MIMMj 1!. OTs.
Custtfm B'Mjts il-nit In tTnir ami U'.trrtinitCIa ti.
Repatriltr l..iie wirtt r'ueg ai..I thrnteh.
Als.. l.e:ol..-r end Si...e h!:niieu--, r-iw-ni.;- f
Lelnnilie Jtsit.tl lalt ai.d K.-, I'.s. k JM.d Libitc
?k :ll
SANTA tRl Z SOLE kF ATIIXR At.
r.!. t..r. ...r...sit ll-e !!:. 'riv'Sitf
TOUIIEiBACOn
Book and Job Printers,
Book Binders,
Blank Book Makers,
Paper Rulers,
536 Clay St., opp. Leidesdoiff,
San Francisco, CaL
Thi Km are largo importer af Vaftr.
PrinUra' MaUrialt, Ink, 4c.) and with the
krgest Printing Office in ihe State, are ablet
do geod work with diipatdi, at very lav
pneea.
Partiea aradiaf arden from & Interiar vifl
be tarred aa bitblUly as thof k ainimfiy
pnaaat,
Saaplee and trio liiti fcraisM if iaafnd,
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