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THE ELKO INDEPENDENT.
VOLUME III. ELKO, NEVADA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1870. NUMBER 49
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HUDSON A: MKMrr, 41 I*?rk How, ai* our a|;eoli 1
In New York City.
Wb?lc?lr Misrepresentation.
(from the Hnmboldt Mlerr St?t? )
Lord bless ns, if the Republican paper* be
gin so early to airing together such myriad* ot
outrageous falsehoods us may !>?? found iu a
single leader of the Elko Chronicle, for the
purpose of arousing the indiguation of igno
rant Republicans to be used two yours hence
to promote the selfish ends of corruptiouista!
The article is headed; "lty their works ye
ahull know them." We might say of such pa
pers: "liy their willful misrepresentation ye
shall know them." With artisticully simu
lated indiguation the Chronicle starts out by
denouncing imaginary falsehoods resorted to
by Democrats in tbe Into oampaigu, and then
indulges iu tho following ruul downright mis
representation of well kuowu fsets. It says:
"The only attempt ever made iu the btatu to
employ Chinese, cither in mills or mines, has
been by a prominent Democratic politician,
John C. Fall by name, who at one time was a
proniiuent candidate for Governor on the Dent
ocritnc ur.KL-i, una who in lliu canvass just
closed did everything in his power for the
success uf nil the nominees of the Democratic
party." Kvery Hingle word of which is false,
rail never attempted to put Chiuumuu into
the mines, as is falsely implied in the above.
He is not the only man who ever employed
them in mills, ns falsely stated -fur 'l'ritle
mid Curt. Hillyer and other prouiiuunt lie
public in politicians have had for a long time
iilid have to-day a number of Chinamen work
ing at their mill 1m-1ow this town. Full is not
nor never was a prominent or miy other kind
of a politician, neither was he over a ?'promi
nent candidate for tiovernorou the Democrat
ic ticket," nor did lie ever desire or ooiisunt j
to run for otHce in this State. Furthermore, I
in the canvass just closed, ho (lid ti?f do
"everything iu his power tor the success ot
nil the nominees of the Democratic party,"
nor did he iu anywise support nil the tinmi
ueos. There are only live falsehood* iu the
nbove brief extract. Not uatistied with these,
however, tho Chronicle goos on to ssy that
Boniu four weeks before the election Fall "dis
charged every Chinaman in his employ, and
in their stead hired white men," who, says
this veracious writer, iu obedience to their
master's demands hurrahed for llradley and
voted the Democratic ticket straight; that on
Friday nml Saturday following the election
"the whites were discharged aud the Chinese
re-employed in their stead," and that the
whites threatened to hnru down the mills.
This statement is as false ns concentrated lie
could made it, as we are informed by the
white workmen at Fall's mills. Fall did not
dischargo a single Chinaman from his mills
just before election, but on tho contrary, if
icas ?ui sooner known that the Shite hail gone
Democratic than he gai* orders to ilieeharge
Chinamen and ]nit irhite men In their /ilacef
Tritle, Hillyer, Wbitmau aud Stewart?all
leading ltouublienns?continue to employ the
usual number of Chinamen. There la not a
man in or about Union ville, Democrat or Re
publican, who has seen tho Chronicle's arti
cle (and we have shown it to many) who was
not positively shocked at tho audacity of its
falsehoods. ,
Wo will also stnto another fact which the
Chfotiiclo is welcome to use. The first Chi
namen over employed in Fall's mills wero
hired by his Republican foreman, for the rea
son, as the white men working in tho upper
mill Inform tis, that "that Republican foro
innn was so cussed menu a white man couldn't
work tiuder him," Thut same Republican is
now employing Ohinnnion iu his mining aud
smelting operations on the other side of tho
mountains, about fifteen miles from here. A
cause that requires such hollering must be
"tho devil's own cnuse."
Obkat YiRf.t) in Montana,?Tho Northwest
Jubilates ovor tho reault of a Into clean-tip on
tho celebrated Cable ledge in tho following
style:
It in demonstrated now that tho boat two
loads in Miintiinn uro in Poor Lodge county.
An itiHtnncn of this, Messrs. Cameron and
Aiken lust evening brought in 1,020 ounces?
85 pouudn?of gold, the product of 400 tout
of quart* crushed in 14 days in tho Cameron
mill nt Cable City, The gold in over .othi fine
At ?!!? nor ounce its currency vnluo in #10,,180,
or a yield per ton of $48 45 from unnolcotoi
rook. We believe thin in, without exception
tho grestcnt yield per ton for any eoitsidorabb
run on unnelected ores ever fnaooin Montana
nnd we havo no knowledgo that any gold tnin?
in America is yielding nn well. The comtmnj
in now working eighty mon, snfllcioiit to Veej
the mill running stendily.
In the diamond region of Houth Africa
which in now attracting so much attention
the climate is vory healthy. From tho em
of April to the month of Ootober no rain falls
nnd during tho remainder of the year there ii
scarcely a day without some hours of fltii
weather, although terrible thunder storms un
exceedingly frequent.
The Lett** "M" ixd Napolxok'b Fatx.? |
A foreign correspondent of the Bob ton Jour- j
nal *nU?: "The Germans h*ve a curious wuy
of drawing curious comparison*. Some in
dustrious writer has found oat that the letter '
"31" plays an important role in tbe^bistory of
the Napoleonites. Murbu>uf was the first to
recoguiAc the genius of Napoleon I. in the
military scholar Napoleon Bonaparte. Ma
rengo was the first great battle of General Bo
napurte, and Melas cleared out of Italy be
fore him. Mortier was his faithful General;
Moreau betrayed him; Murat was his first
martyr; Maria Louisa the comuuuion of his
Sreutcst fortune; 3Ioscow his deepest abyss;
letternich beat him in diplomacy. Sis Mar
shals (Masseua, Mortier, 3Iarmont, MacDon
ald, Murat, and Moucey), and twenty-six
Generals of divisions under Napoleon 1. had
"M" as the initial Utter of their names. His ,
first battle was at MontenotU*, his Inst Mont'
St. Jean (Waterloo); besides this he won the '
buttles of Milleasimo, Moudovi, Marengo, on
the Moskowa, at 3Ioutmirad and Montepeuu,
and the storm upon 3Iotmartre. Milan was
the first, Moscow the last hostile city* in which
lie entered as a victor. On the Island of St. '
Helena, kloutholou was bis first chamberlain,
3Iurcliand bis companion. The first to leave
him was Murat, aud then Murmont. He lost
Egypt through Menon, aud he took tho Pope I
prisoner through Moilles. Mallet raised a
conspiracy uguiust him. Three of his minis- j
ters were calle?l Maret, 3Iontalivet, and 31a-'
lieu, his first cbumherlaiu. His last residence
in France was Malmaisou. The Yaterland {
asks somebody to takes the trouble to look out !
the "M's" for Napoleon III. Duriug tho last
conflict his greatest army was beaten at Met/., |
and his last at Sedan under 3IcMahon. But i
we come to the most curious results again by
turning the "M" upside down, when we have
"W," weissciiburg, Woerth, and lastly the |
surrender to King William, and the residence !
at Wiihelmshohe."
The Lirriso Match.?The "great" lifting
match came oft at Sam's Pavilion on Sunday
evening at 8 p. xi. The place for the lifting
w.is sejiarated from the outside by a large flag.
The house was crowded from end to end out
side of the flag. Inside it wus very thin,
most of the audience being located on tho top
of a couch alongside of a wiudow affording a j
full view of the performance, otherwise this i
affair might have been made a grand financial
success. The followiug is the programme of
lifting: 1st lift by Collins, 1,500 pounds; 1st l
lift by 3Iiller, l.fitMi; 2d Uft bv Collins, 1,000 j
pounds. Miller was deolared the champion
and rertiitd the $1,000 in the presence of the
audience, amounting to something less than
2,000 persons. Jack White lifted 1,100 pounds
with hurdlv au effort, uud one of our proprie
tors taruc?i the denies for 2,IKK) pounds and
now issues a challenge to any lifter in the
world.? K!y Record.
The Mormons* are concorn?*?l over the defeat
of Fitch in Nevada, but 1 don't think they
need l>e. He will atill nerve them this* Winter,
uud long before the Uekt Congress meet* there
will l?e no particular need of nny legislation
about I'tuli. They (Herald ami News) of
outline attribute the defeat of f ulloln to the
| "judgment*," etc., but seem to have no theo
ry ulxiut Fitch and their other friends who
were defeated. Mormon logic is, "Heads, 1
win tail*, you lose;" un enemy cues down
it is the "judgment of God;" a friend goes?it
is a "mysterious providence." They are some
what in the condition of that old lady down
South the last year of the war: "We know the
Lord's 011 our side, but he's acting kind o'
queer Just now."?Utah Jlr/iorter.
ItrrroiATK thk Assessment.?The malingers
of the lie-publican party in Nevuda expended
more money in electioneering than was in
their treasury; they now modestly propose to
tax the government employes in California to
pay the debt. For this purpose an assessment
has been levied. The employes ought to re
fuse payment and let their "stock" bo sold
I according to law. Lot Nevada politicians pay
their own expenses. California wants to bo
let severely alone in this respect.?San Fran
cisco Chronicle,
lUiLWATs.?The first railway was built in
the United States in 1820, forty-four years
ago. Now thero nre tlfty thousand miles com
pleted, nnd the increase is not far from thirty
miles a day. The average cost of these roads
with their equipments is not far from $11,(Kill
a mile, l'eiinsylvama lias the largest num
ber of miles?over 5,000. Illinois next, 4,707;
Ohio third, 3,723; and Now York fourth, 3,03H.
I(ut few as yet pay a fair per eeutage on tlieir
coat, but with the growth of the country, in
vestments iu railroad stocks will doubtless he
as safe and as lucintivo as thoso in many if
not most other of the great business enter
prises of the country.
Stock Market.?A friend who lias just
made a circuit of the valley seeking to invest
his surplus funds in cattle furnishes us the
following quotations: Cows, $30 (it $10;
yearling heifers, $25; yearling steers, $20; two
year old, $25 (n- $30; Spring calve, $12 (a< $15.
A number of bands of eatte have been brought
Into the valley, invariably forgra/.ing purposes
and not for sale. The figures given above are
the nsking prices, hut even at these rates it
would l>e dinioiilt to buy anv considerable
number of cattle.? Walla II alia Statesman,
iVou. 10,
A California paper abuses Napoleon for not
making more than twelve millions, and says
thai bad Vanderbilt occupied the throne ol
France he would have corallcd all tlie money
in the world.
11 BMI'iniC
BILLIARD HALL!
Itnllrmil Hlroot, F.lko.
I 1 r. HI'KI.I, AND It. It. III.ACKMAN llAVINr
I ' ? takfti tlio I mplrn )ltlll?r<l llall. woiiltl Infnru
their frlrinla tlial at tlila < l>xnnllv Mlrd tip aatonii ari
Three First-Clnw Billiard Tnbleit!
i latere of the faerlnettnij canto aro Informed the
llirj tan oil Joy UiotnaolToa til playlug
IIIU.lAltPS AT TWENTY KIVK CENTS A ft A ME
At tho Itarot the Empire Saloon will bo fount! at al
, llmoa tbf rlmlreal bran la of
ii WinoH, Liquors and Cigars !
' ' r<pial to any Dial ran be obtained In tbla n erVrl
nJtl III El.l. k IH.ACKMAN
' i )f>siEHH, ami Job work of mrfitwciMiM,4<n
i ] at file w?. o Mr lerma caab ea il*lliery.-V4
aa. r. rx.zmaffA.2v oo.,
BANKERS,
KUUO, NIEV.
j^OA OENEHAL BANKING UL'SINMS,
MAKK COLL.KCT10NH,
Buy and Sell Greenbacks ! !
Correepvuden tj:
Sail Francleco ?The Buk of California.
New York ? I.e?* k Waller. JelMf
SO TO WM. A. KINDRED'S STORE
On ( ummrrrlal Street, oppoalte the Upper
freight Depot, In Klko,
AND EXAMINE UIS I.A IK IE AND KXTKN81VK
STOCK OF NEW GOODS!
BEST ASSORTMENT OK STOVES AND TIN
WARE bctwefii Omaha anvl Sacramento.
All i>atlrrua of Barroom, Box. 1'arlvr and
COOKING STOVES,
AT PRICES BELOW COMPETITION!
AGENT FOR THE WELI. KNOWN
CERRISH SUBMERGE FORCE PUMP
Warranted to give eaUafactiou.
li"Solo Agent 'or the >lonilor, Hitllilioiie
& Cn.'e Kit l.tuiuotiw Co?l Tlurnsr,
the Charter Oak Cooking Store, and S. II. Kauaom k
Co.'a l'urlor Nlovea.
Tinware at Wholesale,
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES !
All ordcra will recelee HROMIT ATTENTION.
Jlili WORK Guniniiteed, at
WM. A. KINDRED'S,
Commercial Street, oppoalte the
tnlBl/ Upper Freight Depot Elko.
JOHN AINLEY,
Sl'CCKSSOIt TO XV. A. nOHHISO.V ?t? CO.,
j On Commercial Slrtel near l'Klta Mlreal,
In the btore nnnUjr occupied by U. Ntwrfleld,
ELKO. NEVADA,
WHOIX8A1.E AND RETAIL DEALER IN
HARDWARE,
Stoves, efce.
Tinware Made to Order,
i
And *11 work dour 111 that line with promptness end i
dispatch, end satlsfac-Hun guaranteed 111 all cases.
m. I lierc uti lieud and am constantly rr
i SB * l*r4A >ud "I'lrii lid supply of
3SICW HTOVKH S
Also, a large Tarlrty of JIN WARE.
JOHN AINI.KY 1* the agents for the celshralod
SCUMEltOED, DOU11LK-ACT1NU
GERRISII FORCE PUMP!
THE GKltHISH KOUCE PL'MP Is acknowledged to
be the l*est pump In America by all mechaulca. It Is
a splendid
nnH 33RTGHKTB,
Works well at any depth, I* more durable than any
other rump now In use, and Is the beat
Rest Windmill Pump in the
World !
MY EXTENSIVE STOCK
Of every article In the Stove, Hardware and Tinware
line cannot be surpassed In this section of Ihe country,
and those who deal Willi me may be assured that at
my establishment they ran secure
GOOD BARGAINS.
JytHf JOHN AINLEY.
SAN FRANCISCO BAKERY
AND
OOPS?HE HALOOPJ.
NORTH SIDE OF RAILROAD STREET, MF.
Iwmii Fifth and Sixth, opposite Freight Depot,
Elko, Nevada.
WH. OEF.R, Proprietor.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS !
KI.KO, NEVADA.
VAX AKI.STYX At OltOEI'PEIt
\\70PI.D INFORM TUB CITIZENS OF ELKO,
t t and tbe
TRAVELING PUBLIC IN PARTICULAR.
Uiat they have, at considerable expense, fitted up In
r elegant atyle a splendid
BATHING HOUSEI
! In which are six finely furnished llathlna ltoorne, and
Ttaitore can enjoy the exquisite luxury of a
Warm or Cold Rath !
Ill w aters the mineral qualities of which will Impart
now llfo to the enervated ayalein and reatnre a youth
fnl rejurenatlon to the whole human organ nation.
g^r-Rooma ln.vebern fitted up and nteely furnished
expressly as
Ladios' Bathing Apartmonta !
1 I The HltMIIOl.irr SUI-Pltt'H SPRINGS are allnat~t
, about one mile and a half aouthweet from the town of
' Klkoj and oarrlagca are always In attendance V> eon
t ; vey pasaenitera to and from thla farortte bathing ro
i aort.
I ?g-<"oitcltea lenve lown ilhlly, for fhese
! ?-(>. lugs, at i>, II, I. anil It o'clock.
I i tiO VAN AKI8TVN A OKOEPFF.lt.
jiiiin inxutx. Haunt i montrm*.
OARBER St THORNTON,
ATTOItNEYH AT I,AW,
HAMILTON, Ner.ipj,
? VT'IIX ATTFND TO BPWNEfi* IMBl'STm TC
inem In tbe ( ouotv of Elko. jyetl
1 ??? u * ; ?'
BARGAINS!
E. Reinhart '& Co.,
ELKO, Nevada,
yy' ILL 8BLL. FUJI TUB J NKXT NINETY DAYH.
AT COST!
Thi Large and Well (Wleeted Slook of
L. LIVINGSTON,
(Formerly#OFPEN HEl MER A CO,J
IIAVIXU Pl'RCIlASKD Til? SAM? AT
AN IMMENSE SACRIFICE!
tTT CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED t _e*
1 TAVISO SOLD OUT MY BUSINESS AT AN 1M
I 1 uieuae *acnfloe to Meaara. ltKINIIART Ac Co.,
1 beg hereby to thank my customers for their paat
p*trnn*e?, and aollott a continuance cf the same for
my aucceaeore.
L. LIVINGSTON.
ATTENTION J
"PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE UNDERSIGNED ARE
I hereby adrtaed to rave themeolvee legal coato,
by acttllng up their accouoia.
mile again*! me. unleaa preaented within thirty
| (laya, will uot be allowed.
Mr. A. IIONIOSDKROEK hold* my general "Towel
| of Attorney," anil |a my aole authorized agent.
h. LIVINGSTON.
UEPERRIXO TO THE ABOVE. I am to be found al
Mesnra. KKINHART A CO."8 STORK.
A. UONKJSBEROKR.
Elko, Nev. Oct. 31at, 1870. o33tf
VERANDA HOUSE 1
UY MltH, MAC.
Railroad 8treet, P.l.KO, NEVADA.
MTHIR HOUSE. HAV1NO HERN THOR
nMKlily relltled and refnntlahed, la now opei
for the accommodation of the public.
TRAVELERS will flnd the Veranda llmia
convenient to the rare and atayc*.
HOARDERS. regular and tranalent, auil FAM1LIE
will receive every attention. JjSOtf
GROCERIES, DRY COODS, ETC.
AT HAL.LECK. NEV.
TMIANKINO OUR FRIENDS FOR FAST FAVORf
we now beg to call their attention to ortr we
I aaaorted etock of
QENERAl MERCHANDISE
Cnhalatlng In part of
FLOUR. LARD. HA COX, tiUOAR, COFFKl
TEA, (MXDLKS, roWDRtt. FCSR,
DRIED AXIX CAN FRUIT,
And all ktuda of
Groceries and Provisions i
Aleo. Hardware. Tinware, Clothing, Dry Oooda, an
. I .ad lea and tlenta' Furnlahtng Oooda. all of which ?
' have Juat received.
tilve na a call beforo pnrrhaatng elaewherr.
tlOUVKR At IIIFF.
Ualleek, N?v., Kept. B.T870. ?Ttf
J. H. FLACK.
? ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LA* C*>
, ro liftb alieet. iniba fttana Heuaf, Elko, Naitd
F. QUININ,
Wholesale end Retail Dealer la
DRY Q00D8 AND CLOTN1NQ,
BOOTS, SHOES, Eta.,
GROCERIES, AND HARDWARE,
North aid* of Railroad Street, Elko,
Has constantly on hand and for salr, in
lota to salt purchasers. Clothing of all kinds,
Boots and ohoca. liata and Caps, eto.
Krorything Ut tha Qrooery lfna.
An assortment of I lard wars.
A splendid assortment of
T olitscoo and Cigars. Mtf
JACOB ALEXANDER,
General Assortment of
DRY GOODS,
The finest stock of
XaABXSB' AXES QSNTS1 QOODS
IN TIIK STATIC.
Corner Fifth and Commercial 8tracts, Elko, Nevada,
fi-tf
O. B. SHOURDS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWK1.EO.
y /Tpg at the Cosmopolitan Hotel Dulldlng,
lc~ jUp Elko, Nevada.
sNXMMB lias on hand a superior stock of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
And .T KWELItY of every kind.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRINC FINE WATOHES.
ENORA VINO DONE.
All work warranted. sSOtf
RE8T FOR THE WEARY!
American Exchange Lodgings!
Two door* east of P. Qulnn'a blare,
ELKO, Narad*.
C. W. TAPPAN. Proprietor.
Spring Bed*. Clean Linen. Warm OoTorlng, 50 cent*
per night, or $1 50 par week. rtltf
BRILLIANT RE3TAURANTI
(COMMERCIAL STREET, Ei-KO.
CHARLES M. SWETLANn, Proprietor.
^ THIS RESTATJBANT .
now open, and patron*
iPtSOaiB will be eupplled with a table containing
le nP'aggthe Ileal the .Market Afford*,
and furnished with neatnee* and dlipatcb.
Board, S7 Per Week !
MEALS. GO CENTS.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ol9
WHAT CHEER HOC SE !
Commercial Street, ELKO, 5'RVADA,
A. ivrTtiTVTArg,
HAVING PURCHASED THE BUSINESS OF THE
WHAT CHEEK HOUSE, would inform hte friend*
and the public that at this popular Eating Houaa
he la prepared to furnlah an unlimited number of
Boarder* and Transient Customer* with
The Best the Market Can Afford !
AT THE MOST REASONABLE RATES I
Board Furnished by the Meal,
DAY OH WEEK.
Call and satisfy yourself as to It* superiority.
A. Mil.MAN, Proprietor.
Elko, Norember 1, 1870. nTtf ?
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLE,
hit vcr Street, bet. Otis A 7llt,
t EUu>. Nerada.
"?*** ^ the?
the public that they haro the tSdVtacv cf X* P
COMMODAT10N9. Win'o prepare<l to ? ? '
of all kind*, and give tt all proper attention.^? _ __
*8- Homo* for Hire. ^ vAN !
HAY AND OUAIN ALWAYS ON HAND, AND Ft.,
sale in quantlttr* to suit.
A Urge Yard for teams, with plenty of good water.
Call around and *> e u*.
J, J. 1111.LINOS,
lltf J. J. K1.LI8.
Tiion. MCDonald. I iA. I.. Amount,
Mountain City, } \ Silver City, 1, T,
Mcdonald * oo.
? AS S A YEES ,
" MOUNTAIN CITY, Cope IMatrlet,
S end SILVER CITY, Idaho Territory.
OoM Dual, Oold ami Silver Bullion
MELTED AND ASSAYED,
?r Tartlciilar attention paid to
, Ore Auayi of Krery Orarrlpt Ion.
L. I'owrna. H. W tVu.coi,
In PIIWRHX A CO.,
IMPORTERS ANti tVHOLKHAt.K f>KAW.Ri< IS
WINE8 AND LIQUORS.
JyJStf No 73 Front 8treat SACBAMTNTO. CaA
It. M. HAlKtlii,
,d | TOWN SITE AGENT.
Lots for solo or It'MftC.
OBloe on Railroad Street, havaaoti Filtli ai.d SUtti,
a tf ^ ,
FRANK J. BARTLETT,
I tcsitce or tut viacs. conyvyancib, am>
?* ?J Ot|tK|lit> agE!;I, at Mtcerat HlU,
a. | Bike Connie,r?\.<la Sstf

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