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TU1? nATTV APP1?AT What WrLL Bbcoe
liirj JLAlLll AifJJAL ment issue of the Bee th
ri. if. Afig-fcefe.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.T.-iaor.
Sunday Homing, April 11,1869
Hatt on Nevada. The New York
Wrld sars that the great State of Louisi
ana may be excluded "from representation in
th, FortY-first Congress, but Nevada, which
or Them? In i
lire the qneition ia asked
what will become of the 25.000 or so of;
workmen who are employed by the two I ligence from the Yellow Jacket fire, we copy
great farihe Railroads on the completion of ; f roin last -venine's Gold Hill News Extra
LATEST FROM THE FIRE
The following, which is the latest intel-
WARM SPRINGS HOTEL.
COMPLETE
the roads? The bulletin comes to the res
cue and solves the problem which so racks
the brain of the philosopher of the Bee.
Some of thrm will be retained ou the roads
for a long time to repair defects caused by
rapid construction ; some will find work at
the numerous stations; some wm go into the
mining districts
hj1Is a total of only 6,KK) votes, or about ; bought from the companies : but thousands
oe half the nnmber of votes polled m some j will be put at unce to work on some other
mgle wards in the city of New York, is , railroads. The Uui n Pacific Company will
r iual to the whole State of New York in t bejiin a branch to Salt Lake City, and pi'r
the United States Senate. That noisy nui-; haps another to Puyet Sound. The Cci.tral
fesnce Nye, and his fellow Senator Stewart, ! Pacific Company contemplates a branch
ho represent the miners and adventurers of i through Idaho to Oregon, but will first com-
.Nevada, out-vote the Senators of otates ! plere the u estern Pacific, from Sacranientc
aieh could swallow a hundred Nevadas and
Men be hungry.
It hardly needs to be said that the
ove is from our soggy old Democratic
i otempor.irj, the State Capital Report
er of S tcramento. There is no mis
.hir.g the tone of Uncle John's mushy
fectenctS. A man who, like him, has j nlovment. amurp A.Sar. Rfcar.i.
tmogled along in one sluggish channel
for so niacv Tears, can hardly be ex
pected to get into a livelier stream.
And yet, there ii nothing absolutely
tualicieu' with the old man. lie is like
n garrulous old ."piaster, will talk, but
wouldn't hurt a bair in a child's head.
The biame lie with such brsren faTsi
tiers as Marble of the World who, idle.
At 11 a. m. to-day we visited each one of
the shafts, in order to give our readers the
very latest ideas in this exciting matter.
From the Yellow Jacket shaft considerable
light smoke and the peculiar pungent, pitchy
$tiie!liu2 eas was coming up, mingled with
a few mar settle on land " 's u', , 7
Dclllg lUlCeu uunu lium liic uuuriB nam paa-
ing through the levels of the mine below,
where it was desired to be sent. From the
Kentuck haft, clouds of apparently pure
steam was coming out, owint; to the difficulty
of closing it completely. Workmen, how
ever, were buisily engaged trying lo stop up
all the chinks snd hwlcs with mud and other
to Oakland, andwill want a multitude ,,f ma eriais. rromtae thrown i omtsnaK soi.ie
hands in their water front improvements at 1'iie steam, smose ai.u gas. ,,rrv Hu.,t
i.ii ..t ;f j,. ... ,.j ,h niiiicled was coming out. It is almost im-
Marvsville road nor'hward. There will be , possible to cose all the surface apertures
work enough f..r all the railroad hands who j perfectly, but a though the fire is evidently
come to California. Perhaps the Southern ! n. t extinguished it cannot fail to be smoth
Pacitic will demand many of them. And the and eventually quenched,
proposed railroad from Klko to White Pine ! On Consultation between Chief Gibson of
and Calville on the Colorado tiver will ; the tire Department and the Mipermtend
r quire thousands. Thev will all find em- I 'f tlie Inr''' mln" affarted, it was con-
next Munuav niornintr, and ntrt even then if
New Arrangement.
HOUSE
Uur cotempor.ines, the ISnllelin and i there js tin thought to be anv f re below
Record, are both riirtit. s far as they I They will rik no chances on it until that
co. but neither of them tells the whole!
story or half of it. Hut then who but a
prophet or the son of a prophet could?,
Thousands of these bardy settlers will j
hve to d; with "the future of Nevada." j
that grand problem out of wbich one '
sees the desert redeemed by a system of!
Aimless snd reckle as is given to patting ' irrigation, the better callers filled with I
i
ae small fry of his rart? P ' mis-1 farmers aad fruit growers, and all the
caief. Now the above contains an in- J vast interests of the field and garden
tiinuaiion that Nevada is made up of , made, as they are ia our sister State,
time, now that they have it wwhin their
j control.
I5io Law Slit ix Sacramento. The
State Capitol Reporter of the 8th has the
following :
We have been favored with the visits of
many small ia.id sharks, but the leviathan
has at length arrived and presents himself
before us in the form of Lloyd Tevis, an old
Sucramentan, who threatens to gobble us all
33 J. T JE3C S
Renovated and Itepaired
1. taken leas of tin above tiieii-
At ari ncan.iEaa l oo hA t .a II-..,. 1 1
thoroughly oYerhanle'I. tht Dininc '"''j
Kooin ana hitc-nen newlv ;rra!eJ, .wTA .
the Bar sicked with a superior as- '
sertmeut of
WIXES AXD tiqroRS,
An the TtATIIIXG arrangements repaired and
improved.
IDIZTXTTXTHaXT
WEDDING PARTIES
CONTINENTAL
Life Insurance Company
OF HEW YORK-
THE FOI.LOW1NO IS A GENERAL STATF-im-nt
of the Assets and Bnim-( of tti Com
p:uiy jnri:'p the past year. It shows that 0.
Conii'aiiy have issued over Six Tiiousand (3,0O0;
New Policies, and it h:is declared a
Iivi'.lend ot'-lO per cent..
Which has been passed to the f redit f the Polic
holder-, whirh clearly etahiihe!- t-y IT- ftea.lv
and heavily inci'ea-ed husine-s the popularity
and confideuce of the public in the Cuiitiowiiittf
Life Insurance Cini'any.
General Staff menl.
f Policies i.-suej ll.r."T
-j.i-:r, its
..uo4
....li'.s '" ooa
!.4:-.--i :
SERVED
aplO tf
T O
UltDEll,
WALLACE,
Proprietor.
Total Numb
Insuriiii:
Total )i resent A-s-i-ts
I'olieif isu-d inl-OS
In-urini:
Premj inn? ,,n -.ante
Amount paid Tor los-es, hy O' a' h
liivisilde Surpiin
Dividend declared and pa.-ed
Policy-holder-, .laioiary ;
10 per rent.
II . II . IS I. A K K & V O . ,
M.A(.l(i AOKNTS,
Number 302 - - Montgomery Street,
.- f r Neva !
tl.e
B. F-GEO.
I'dventisrers h are miners and miners
who are nothing betting than adventu
rers. Bigler don't exactly mean that,
out tkea he has a habit of talking in
'be old, careless, Loco Foco way, and
ays mean, silly things without intend
an to. He was eo intent npon jfiving
..Id Nye and Bill Stewart a blizaard that
it saiJ more thaa he meant to. The
World " betrayed hirn, yoa fee.
It is pretty cheeky, to say the least
for a Copperhead paper to institute such
a comparison as the above between a
quare toed, loyal State like Nevada
which has put more coin in circulation
.iuring lb greenback days thaa any
e:ber in the Union excepting Califor
nia, aad cuch an infernal perversion as
'.ouisiana bat been all this time. And
Pacific coast paper which like the
Reporter, repeats arcS enlarges open it,
is doing a very stupid thing. Now the
:ct is, Nevada is worthy, well worthy
a strong representation ia Congress
sad she has i:. There is no earthly
ioubt cf this. It is a mistake of our
iiabbergasted eotemporary ta suppose
!At taese are any Senatsrs, from any
itate, especially from Louisiana, that
either could or would " swallow a
'undred Netadas anil then go hoagry."
"neb a supposition is a monstrous,
Sigierian error ; and as to Nye, be is
actually of mora coaseaueaceand stand
.;g in the Senate than all the Drmo-
ratic Senators that ever represented!
Vilornifl; put together. A Governor
r two might be tbrewn in and Nye
would still weigh them down ; aad as
-j -Stewart, the business interests of
Nevada knew themselves well when
:i"y combined to effect bis reelection.
.V e er well aware that Stewart's poli
13 trouble you and excrte your feeble
jicjoiity ; but you liksd him well
chough, when you thought be was going
yield to theSirea vcice of Seward
i i the spirituous influences of Andy
hnson. Quit trying the abusive,
M,hn, it is net strictly in your line. Vun
j- too dropsically vulnerable yonrself.
a greater, less periions and more certain
source of wealth than the mines them
selves rich and extensive as they ere.
These and their families and friends and
followers, will teach the present g-ner-
alion of the truth of the
up per mandate of the Fifteenth Judicial
Ihstnet Court. lie has commenced suit
in sard Court against one Aiiee Anderson
and the population of Sacramento (for
further particulars see the Sacramento
j Directory.) for the recovery of that certain
portion of land, described as follows : Com
t hit ncii, g at a point on the east bank of the
! Sacramento river at its junction with the
American river, thence running southerly
i along said eastern bank or line of said river,
! with its meanderincs, to the south line of Y
sagacious I strectt u said citv of Sacramento : thence
Western man's constant and infallible i
proverb, That money invested in l:inds !
is the surest and best disposttioa that a
young man can make of his means. To
open up all needed facilities for fhe de
mand that is sure lo be made for the
great tracts of School lands belonging
to the State, should be the irrepressible
aim of those whose province it is to get
them ready for the market.
A Chinamax Receives ttie Death Sen
tence. Saya the Morning Call of the 7th
inst.:
Yesterday morninij. Ak Kew, the China
man recently convicted of murder in the
first decree, was brought before Judge Saw
yer, of the Fourth District Court, to receive
sentence. Mr. Marsal, in the absence of
Mr. Charles Carvaiho, acted as interpreter,
and translated the remarks of his Honor to
the prisoner. Upon the prisoner statinc that
he had nothing to say why sentence should
not be pronounced, ins Honor said . " it is
now ordered and adjudged by the Court that
you. Ah Kow, being convicted by the verdict
of able and just men, who investigated care
fully the testimony, and after due consider
ation thereof returned into Court and de
clared as their verdict that you were euilty of
murder in the first decree, for having feloni
ously killed one Tong Moon Tin, in this
city and county, on the 24th day of January,
A. D. lS;i9, shall suffer death by hanging.
That you shall be taken hence to the County
Jail, and there kept in confinement nntil
Tuesday, the 18th of May. 1869, and then.
on that day, between toe Hours or one
o'clock and four o'clock P. M. of that dav.
taken thence to a proper gallows in this
city and county, to tie provided by the Mier
iffof said city and county, or other officer
authorized thereto by law, and be hanzed bv
the neck until yon are dead, and may God in
His mercy forgive yonr great crime, and
sustain and prepare you for eternity." The
prisoner did not manifest the least particle
of concern when the sentence was pro
nounced, and walked away from the Court
as though he was a spectator. j
P. S. Ah Kow has since committed sui
cide by hanging himself in his cell.
easterly along said line of Y street, to its
intersection with the west line cf Thirty-first
treet; thence northerly along said line of
Thirty. first street to the south bank of the
American river; thence westerly down said
bank of the American river, with its inean
derings, to its intersection with the Sacra
mento river, the point of beginning, with all
the buildings and improvements thereon,
r.nd for S-30,000 damages for withholding
possession, and cyiD-'MX) for rents, issues and
profits of same, and for costs cf suit. Should
the plaintitT succeed in eainii.g this suit,
which covers the entire city of Sarramento,
could he not afford to let us out in the small
matter of paying the cost of the club that
beat us?
A " Drawf.k" Stoet with a Nub. It is
seldom that one finds a " Drawer' story thai
is not very bread and milky; but here is one
that will do :
A surgeon writes : Our four-year old has
been luxuriating in the measles, and has
heard our conjectures as to the probability of
their attacking his younger brother. The
other day, probably remembering the usual
course of out grown clothing, he said,
pa'ronizmgV : " George, you may have the
measles when 1 get dene with them.
Strange to say, George didn't seem to appre
ciate the gift.
DOUBL G3
DAILY LINE OF STAGES.
CEIAXGE OF TIME!
OX ANI-t A FT Kit AITIL 1.ST
Stages will leave
Carbon C ity for Rene
At S o'clock P. M., connecting with the Train
For Sacramento Direct.
AIto. at 8 o'clock A. 51.. ciuntH-tins Mitii Train
direct f r
Elko and White Pine.
RETUl.XIXG
LEAVE nEETO
On thm arrival ot Trniri fr m Sacnimriti at 4
oViocfc P. M. . anrl on the arrival f Train tivzu
Klkoand Whi.e I'me.-vt a o'clock A. M.
SV. CHEDIC. i
war - -l?n
MAGNOLIA SALOON,
county hrn.M.v;.
Cirtoii J"ily, N'fvaU.'i
MILKS REESE . J AMES E. I!" ALT .
REESE & D E A L E Y
ritdpiuKTon'.
AND CIGARS
-s v ill be foiitd
LIQUORS
the eh
at titis Sa!i'oii.a
s; t...;!U-J
SjThe Saloon la ths mest com
plrte of the klml liitlitMnll.'lit
Cos. ;i. Vfi.rc!i 1. ".'..
II. DYEIl
ProiirJet or.
I I A TI OX
K KKCUVSIJ,
yaro-tv -if
TU HAY, A LAKtil
IX
Gr O O JD S3
DIRECT TR0M THE EAST !
AND INVITL
All Ladies to give us a Call.
LOOK THEM 1
Muroh ?. TfP.
A Velocipede Joukney. The Stockton
Independent of yesterday says :
Walker Tyler arrived yesterday, having
made the trip to Sacramento and back on a
velocipede. He started from Woodbridge at
eight o'clock yesterday morning and arrived
in this city at eleven, making the distance of
fourteen miles in three hours.
Not much faster than a fcood smart walk
ing gait, and a heap more tisesome, we
reckon.
NEW TO-DAY.
Ntmis Aoint roa Ariroka. Vie
:Utt IIuo. G. W. Eent, Ind.aa A peat
?.r ArizooA b& arrired ta San Fran-
iico. If ha will cooperate heartily
ith Goreroor Saiford who has had as
-ire and valuable ei:erlcnc in InJi
aTrtirs as d? m-- I ia Nevada, be
"ill fmd biiustlf at - to do much to.
rd jnieting tht c urbaacea vbicb
av oo lao agitate i tUm itt!er3 cf
A'ior.a antf mad its f.oat:reo alive
tli peri! and disaster. SS"knoff3 the
-. J akir.9 and will ?ouu mako bi kuowl-
3 je manifest.
In Ltxk. Wm. Faulkner, the ttpe foun
'ryiiitii;, of San Francisco, has inforntHtictn
r.i:t he h:if fal;r. heir to a fortune in Enc
aftd valued at rfe niiJiions steriinjr. He
h ntnrt fT Kr.gUud ca the liext ttrumcr.
William dealt bonently and honorably
-ith the rrintera and verily be hath bit rt-a.-J-.
Dignitaries at White Pine. The 1
land Empire of the 7th inst., speaking of
the casualties which hare befallen White
Pine says :
There are at present in our m;dt Gor-rnor
Ttlasdcl and .Senators Mullm, of Nye, and
Gray, nf Storey, and Assemblymen, Cleve
land, Doolin, Davis , li'irlineame, Tennant,
Moody, Shakspear, Mills, Brown, Adkseon.
and Hanford, and Augustus Ash. Servant-at-Arms
of the Assembly ; Charles F. Bit-knell.
Assistant Secretary of the Senate ; Mr.
Kiesele, Assistant Senreant-at-Arrns of the
Senste ; and Dr. Mitchell, Engrossing Cfpr'-i
of the Assembly. The Governor has la -interests
here, and micht well take tia itit
permanent residence anion? us but for the
fnct that he has to preside over the destinies
af the State ; and we believe all we have
above mentioned intend inakinz White Tine
their future residence, with the exception of
Senator Muliun, whr has a fortune already
necurcd in Nve countv.
A T'i'N nnn in Wisconsin is taking a
U'n-el brirlal tour. He is o'-awing his new
fe to Micjieio; and a htme, ou a hand
Wonder if that ain't the gal that wanted
j it ':i tskor inches cf suow.
Illness of Len Wine&. The Inland
Empire of the 7th says :
Day before yestejday the writca aaw Len
Wines on the street in the perfect eniv-
ment of health. Since that time he has had
severe and dangerous attack of biliiruis
colic, and for a time his recovery was doubt
ful. Dr. l&;tt, woo attends him, informs
us that he has so far recovered as to be en
tirely out of danger.
AMI HBMtN'TS o? Ovvl Dehtkii Soi th
jtkN Bukthkhn The Land We Love,
Southern magazine, ti4s an amusing atorv
of tae first battle of Bui! Jlun how a
wounded l;i.ioa prisoner lyegBed a Iyuihiina
Tier to relieve him t.f bis aufTericft by
kiJ-th how the brave Tiger coolly grati
fied him by cutting his throat with a dirk,
and how he then bowd to the other wounded
men, and blandly asked if e ctmld accom-
tu u date iuiy uiher yentleaian?
Shtrill'fH Sale.
BY VIRTUE OT AN KXECVTIO TO MK
dir-ftt-d, i-netl nut of, ami u::dcr tii seal of
th Jiuii. Second Ju-licial District Court of
Oimsby County, tte uf Neda. ea a judgment
rt-i.iiert 1 tficrem n rhe 221 day of Mn h. A. 1
in fi-.vor f MASON & HL't'F and airaiiut
P. II TVJYI.K. f ;r the Hum "f i'ivv ftundrt-d anj
iirlit f;H'3 OtJj dollar, with ictertst on tht turn
uf Jl'.'T oo at the rat o' ton pr cent, per
annum from M'-rch 221,lr'!. until paid, ttiirntluT
with S1H 4b mats, of which said eu: $JJ 2-i
tther with all at'cruitp; c.-sts are f r U. s. ir-'-i
c-in. 1 have levied ui uii, netzed, and will nn.-'
Ht llhiic Bile, at th- front irr (.f the C-mrl
ilouc' of Ornwhy County, in Cars n City, Nevada,
On "Wednesday. I lie 5th day uf M ay,
betwtsn t)i hours tf 9 i.'clirk A. M. aad 5
oiUck IV M.. to wit: At 2 o'clock P. M , all th
rlht, title, i uteres t and claim of the said P. II.
lkiyla of. in and t the follw:np dernhed pro-
;.ty, titiite and tiring in Crn City, County
ot oimby and ttato of Nevada, to w,t : Lot's
rmmbf rni 1. J and 3. in Mock V. 19, in i'ro-'tr
& lire, n's division of Cur"n City; lots No. 9 and
10, and south 17 fet of lots .Vi. 1, 2 and .!. in
b:ork No. 67., Maer' division ; lts No. 1, 2, 3,
4 arid 6, in bltck No. 8, Curry's division; lots No.
I, 2, 3, 4 and 5, in bk-ck No. 9, same division:
ii'ts No. 1, 2, 3. 4,5 and C. in bl.:k No. 10, same
division, or n inucli thereof its may bt nm etinary
to satisfy the abova tlCtutiunv coats aid accruing
Coti. S- T. RWIKT,
M.rtKfT. Omisby County.
Ty F. PrTULit. T). pntv h!?f.
Carson City, April isjth, lt-69. apll-td
IN TH R PISTKTCT COURT OF THE SKCOND
Judicial Diftrict, in and for Ornisby C' unty.
Nevrd:t. Ifl ttietuat'er of the Ktate i-f JOHN
P. K KVVAN. dereaci-d. Piiipnant to an order of
the Jndtrn of c;itd Court, inndo at Chambers
Apr!' ;(h. A D ISO0, n't'ico is herebv (tivrn, th-tt
WHNKSiAY, the 21st day of A-.ni A. I.
at lu o'clotk A. 31. of said day, and the C"Urt
rm of said Court, at the Curt ll-.iutie, in Canu
City, Orms'-y County. Nevada, have been appoint
d ." th Ti tun and f.lace for roving the "VV ill of
Mwd J hn P. Kirwuit. deceast-d. and for htuiririK thm
application of MARY A. KIliWAN, for the ih
sit:inc ti her t-f ltsttfcrt) tstani-ntry, when and
where any person intertted muy appear and cjo.-te-t
tht; auo.
Paced April 9th, 1869.
T. J. EDWARD Clerk.
CIvk a d Walls, Attvs for Adai'x.
n;lllS21 I
SPKING GOODS
JUST AHniVED
J. EOSENSTOCK'S.
MEN'S BOYS
CHI LDREV Sl'JTS
OP ALL STVLRS, AT
GreatIy Eednced Prices ! -3
Thoe w.t-LiiLfc to j uri:Iia.-e
v it a p i' i: k ti o j i) s
3
PLAIDS,
CAN MAKE A FINE SfLlCTlON NOW
Ol.t OTIC II KEtOS.
("ah City. Ki.wli T. !.
UNION
TS NOW"
1
EXPRESS
rBEI'ARED TO
COMPANY
DO KXPIlt??.
Collection,
C mmUilon,
aud
ForvvavrUtiifc
Between thit! City and ail the iii::cipal places hi
Nevar1;i, (?:iliforviiri.t i ) ron,
The Atlantic States and Knrn
9 All ori!rs promr-t! aMeut-VJ to at
irinr h less than faerett'f'r charge:! fcy any dhtsi
mjany.
Frtight frcm St.- Franc isro 4 Centj j,er pound
J. ROSEXSTOCK.
Carson, April 1. 18S9.
GALVANIZED
FENCING WIRE
IS HALF MILE LE-NllTII.", NO. 9,
S36 PEH. LIILE
luwl'tn S3
Ctnt.i lacQ .
.r IOO t!;a 100, -
Office 5 Ci'rnt ol tu?p. r and Carsoa itrif.t.
in Couuty Euildiues. CiirmiTi Citv.
J. C. UCRSEY, A fcrnt.
Carson. March 1,
BASILI0 IIEDILT.
ALL SIZES GALVANIZED
ilfD
OTSICR WIUE FOR SALE
A. S. IIALl.liDIE & CO.,
819 Front Etreot, SAN FKANCISC0.
ftl.i-':m
AT AVCTIO?; PRICKS.
Th nnnVrBi?te villi Ht tin I'l.tr. of biifi-
ne-. north Mice u Wk- an ansurtiiient cf
ConKi-.tfcK of
CROCKERY,
3T0VEH, CUAIK3, TAItLUS, fOPAS.
At.d Qenern!
iiorsEEioMJ rrnxiTrni:.
4o welt tu iTeoi. s cnit.
Mrchl. J. IS CWiaAtK
BKD3TKAM.
Bicr-MS'.:,
FEUIT, PISH, VEGETAELE3.
CO.VFECTIOXEnT,
OTfiARS AND TOIlACCl ).
WHOLKSALK AM) ltKTAILl
FRiil STOCK
RECEIVED DAILY BY ZXVRti-&
ON CAI'.SON SIT.EET.
Kroniing West side of I'lny-u
CARiOX CITV, NEVADA.
March 1, JSirft.
'6J&T Ajcr.ctf iugji j
'VaOS KIHS YA
'iVOS ZAI10 1VDIHZE0
ATI iv St;i'!.s Mnn hi arr in
I dYOS idVOS iiYCS idV03

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