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THE FIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
WEDNESDAY. Jt'KK 1. 1T8 TO-DAY. Blaine is better in health abd the tele grams aay ia aare of receiving the Cin cinnati nomination. That ia the giat of tbe news eo far. If it tarns oat to be true there ia an uphill campaign chalked oat for the Bepublican partj. The nomination, however, of Hayes of Ohio for Vice President will give Ibe ticket im meuae strength in Ibe West. It will cer tainly carry Ohio without doubt, prob ably Illinois, and even render IoJiaoa most doubtful 8tate for the Democrats to carry. Bnt New York and New Jersey and Connecticut by Blaine's nomination will be sealed to the Democ racy and the defection cf Indiana may poasibly be compensated by Florida, Oregon and California, which would eltct the Democratic nominee. Bnt speculation is now somewhat visionary nd ilMoundeJ. To-day is the grand field day when the Republican party has it in ita power to nominate a candidate whom it would be very bard for its op ponents to defeat. There is a strong and independent element within the party which thinks for itself, bnt it is doubtful whether it is powerful enough to force compliance with ita desire. We do not think il is. For that reason, wc have believed that the machine influence would oarry the day and cause the nomi nation of a man who would conbine the forcea of the Administration with as good a personal record as oireutnstsnees would permit. Such a man was Conk ling. He was certainly free front stain in his own record and bad only snoh ins to answer for as a partisan' muiit always commit. Bat the news from Cincinnati intimates that we were mis taken. That it is probable a tioket will be presented, the strongest name on which will be in the second place. If that ahould'prove to be correct, it will ehowthat tbe keen, astute, old heeds who bave so long guided the party, have been thrust aside, and counselors sub stituted who ars scarcely likely to lead tbe party to viotorv.. But all is not lost that ia in danger, and to-day at Cincin nati may bring forth some very unex pected events. AVOID THE CONFLICT. We notice' that the press of this State unlto ia condemning the Carson rioters, which is very right. In their righteous indignation exoited by the foolish acts of some wrong-headed laborers, tbe press should not however, forget the souroe from whence the offenoe first comuth. II the capitalize who employ Chinese labor would undergo a spasm of the wise and liberal and patriotio hu manity which should characterize en lightened American cititzftns, they would employ free Christian laborers in prefer ence to heathen slaves. If they refuse to do so measures ought to be taken to compel them to thus act like good citi zens. This compulsion should not bow ever, be force, but exerted through the medium of the ballot. The workiogmen ot tbe country have the power in their own hand 4, if they ohooss to unite and act in concert, Capital and corporations have neither hearts nor consciences. They would to save a fow cents pr head per day, employ anything or anybody, no matter of what nationality, raes or , creed. AH tbey deeire is to get tbe most work done for the least money. Men may be idle, women and children starve, but tbe Juggernaut oar of capital pays no attention to sufferings or dis tress. All it knows is whether its opera tions pay or not. All that is good for oapital but not for the laborer. Coa- aequeutly as ths latter is not yet quite reduced to the oonditioa of coolies to be let out in droves and gangs without their ' knowledge and consent, they had better be making bay while tbe kin shines. Tbey ought to organize throughout the broad domain! of tbe Great Republic and elect men to Congress who will pass laws to protect them against the invading hordes of Asiatio serf. One form of human slavery has been extin guished at a terrible cost. , Do not let its place be taken by another. Those to whom the law makiog power is confided bad better take measures to guard against a conflict between capital and labor, Both those powers must be learned this lesson, that wealth mast not degrade human beings into mere laboring ma chines, to be worked to their utmost ca pacity and when worn ont, thrown aside to rot and starve, while on Ibe other band, labor must never forget that in Us turn capital mast be protected, preserved and ita accumulation en coaraged. Labor and capital hand-in hand, can subdue the world and make it a very paradise, but when they oppose eaoh other, then decay, ruin and misery are tbe certain and inevitable results of the conflict. . . . r , CADE AT CARSON. There is a smaok of mediaeval times in the name of Cade. Of him who led a vast mob to London tower and striking il declared thai be (Jack Cade) was lord of London and the realm. Jack met the usual fate of leaders of an undisciplined mob, who bad no earthly cause of revolt, save that tbey were starving to death and suffered every misery and tyranny that dire misfortune and their flinty hearted rulers could invent. What were to common people, the mob, the rab ble? nothing. It is true they were hu man beings. They eonld suffer and en dura the pangs of hunger and naked ness. They bad souls to be saved or hnrled to perdition and were made in Ibe image pt tha Almighty. What of that? They war nothing but a mob Tbey ought to have starved ia peace, rotted quietly and gone to Old Nick, eo I not to disturb the leisure of the pow erful, tbe noble and the rich. When the miserable commons dared to array tbeir disrase stricken, famine wasted bodies, gainst tbe great, tha latter would en oaee their valiant persons ia steel armor and sallying out among the naked wretches clamoring for anything that woald tad their misery, would cry kill l kill! ths base rabble, and back and hew and spear and slay Ibe naked wretcbee. until their noble souls were appeased with the slaughter. Then tbey would retire to their Willed castles and rehearse their valiant deeds, adding thereby fresh brilliancy to the glowing pagea of Froiisart. Tbe tale is old but repeats itself. Are we sire, that altered by circumstances and conditions o( modern life and civilization, the same problem is now presented for solution. That in the United States, may bring it closer to us, in the State of Nevada the enigma doea not require another JEdiphus to solve it. Here ia Carson City we find a mob (one of Ibe leaden 'ot whom il ap pears bears the biatorio name of Cade) asking a chance to labor and a fair re ward for that labor. Of course, tbe plan tbey adopted was wrong, tbe poor are never right; it is only tbe rich and powerful who bave law and right always on their side. Be that aa it may, there ia no doubt but that tbe Carson mob was wrong, and its leaders ought to and no donbt will be punished. That is all well enough. The law declares tbe penalty and the Courts will award it. Ths rights of property are aacred and must be protected at all hazards. Laborers like Jack Cade's rabble, being only flesh and blood, must do tbe beat tbey can work, if they caa get it to do, if not starve, but must do it gracefully and quietly. For all that, we would ask the em ploy ere, tbe public, tbe sovereign, people ot the United States of America, whether it is not their duty to assist and protect their fellow citizens, by afford ing them an opportunity to earn tbeir living honestly? Is it not better to em ploy tbe American worker, who Is a part of tbe very substance of the country, in preference loan Asiatio serf. In all times ot danger, whether from a foreign enemy or internal dissension, to whom do the capitalists turn for aid and pro tection. To tbe very class whom they now refuse so far as they dare, to give a paternal helping band. Employers bave duties aa well as rights. It is not tbeir duty to inlroduoe sn element in the country whioh will ruin, destroy and de grade their fellow citizens. It is not their duty to cause publio strife and dis sension, as well as private distress. It ia their duty to remember, that tbey and tbeir fellow citizens have a common and substantial intereet in this republio and tbey have no right to emperil ita pros perity, ita happiness and its progress, by converting so far as tbey may their fellow citizens into mere hewers ot wood and drawers of water. The San Francisco Call says the un kindest thing yet ot Blaine. It associ ates him with Belknap and Babcook, and says misery loves company. Now if tbe Convention whioh meets to-day should happen to nominate Blaine, "pbansy Ibe phelinks" ot tbe Call. The rival managers at Ban Francisco who bave produced Henry V, are just going for each other. Suits and counter suits are the order of the day, which af ter all may not. soil any of them. NEVADA NEWS. C. E. DeLong, has been elected City Attorney of Virginia City. The Carson Tribune rejoices thai State Controller W. W. Hobart pays Carson an occasional visit. Accounts from tbe seat of war at Car son indioate that an armistice has been concluded and peace now prevails. The police at Virginia City appear to give little satisfaction judging from the oomplainta that appear in the papers published in Storey county. In Storey county the State and county taxes are now place at $1.95 per ceut. Happy Storey. It ahall be celebrated in song and rehearsed in story. From tbs accounts published in the Virginia Chroniole, tbe colloquies be tween attorneya in the Virginia City Fo lios Courts are anything but polite. Bishop Whitaker'a new bouse in Vir ginia is about completed. It makea a fine appearanoe and will be a good, com fortable dwelling. Tbe plan of tha build ing ie excellent, and every modern con venience was furnUbed in its ereotion. Mrs. Bell, the old lady the Carson Tribune spoke of a few days ago as having bsen robbed of her money on tbe Vallejo boat, leit for Belleville this morning on the etage, the kind people of Carson hav ing subscribed over f 50 tor ber expenses. Geo. Wulf, says the Carson Tribune of tbe 8th, who haa for years been under an excess of spiritual influence, and for soma time gradually failing, was found Ibis morning dead in his ohair in a cabin in ine soutnern part o( town. Tba Virginia Chroniole says that Mr. Welch, the keeper ot a well-known res taurant in Gold Hill, discharged all his Chinese help last week and hired white men in their place. He found at the ana oi me wee inai ma custom hart in. areaaad and his whilA nnnba hart i.i.J 127 worth of meat, which the Chinese cooks naa stolen or thrown into the ewill tub. Let Virginians follow his example. A fine iboking man was brouaht in from Empire, supposed to be laboring nnder temporary insanity. It appears that be had a diffloaltv at tha F.nrk mill, and becoming muob exoited, bad swauoweaa large quantity or ammonia. Tha poor fellow looked perfectly wild when in tha Sheriff's office, but barm leeeaaababe. The silver tide has evidently passed its flood in Eureka, and ia ebbing towards San Francisco. This morning's train, ssys the Sentinel of tba 9th, carried away a barrel or two ot trade dollars, which had been brought here to be ex changed at par for tbe sweat of honest loll; but tn toilers wouldn't perspire worth a cent for depreciated currenov. henoe the reebipment. May boneat labor ever triumph thus over parsimony, erro ganoe and tyrraony. The Austin Beveille of the 8th says : Tba aiukiog of tha Frost shaft in Lander Hill has enabled tha Manhattan Com pany to open op and develope one ot Ibe riobeatsnd moat extensive deposits of or aver found in that hill. The ledge in which this bonanza exists is called tha Independence, and is entirely a virgin ledge. It was first out at tha 375. foot level of tbe Frost sba'taud is now being worked downward from that level on e continuous ore body for adiatanee of 160 feet. Tbe vein itself ia about three feel Id thieknees with streaks of oro all through ttrtfi tha aetaal ore chimney ia eleven inches in width, carrr in ore which mills from $1,600 to f a.ooo per ton. Tbe ore ie tbe sulphur et and ruby peculiar to the lower work ings ot tha Lander Hill mines, which are the most showy and brilliant of any in the State, and the fact that greet bunebee of mineral which era 75 per cent, pure silver bulge out all over tbe huge blocks which are now being ex tracted, rendera them particularly at tractive to me eye, Deputy Sheriff Hayes, who baa been off on official business la the Stein's Mountain country, informs tha Silver State of the 8th inst. that hs eaw mil lions of army worms between tbe Toll House aad Pete Flynn'a Station, yester day. A atrip of country five nylee wide ie literally alive with them. The worms, two of which be brought to town, are aoout two incbea in length, and are cot ered with hair aomewbat like eatterDll tars. Fortunately there in nothing for Ibis devastating army to destroy in their present locality out sagebrush. The Virginia Chronicle aays: One night in tbe early part of tbia week, Mr, Webster, who ia building a house ad joining his dwelling, heard a noiaa about the building, and on going out found two respectably-dressed females carrying off lumber. On giving them notification that it was his lumber tbey went off, re marking that they were "coming back presently." In a few minutes they re turned armed with revolvers, and said they proposed to have that lumber at all hazards. Mr. Webster was driven from tbe field, but called 'upon bia neighbors for assistance, and an armed force in vaded tbe gtound. Here tbey found the Amazons in possession, but at the sight ox superior numoers iney Deal a retreat, covering tbeir rear with a cloud of ex pletives. John Daley, who formerly resided in Eureka, waa shot at Austin by a mau named Neb Dyer. Tbe bullet entered under tbe point of the clavicle, on the right aide narrowly missing the right lung. Its direotion was a little down and backwards, passing nesr the upper lobe of the lung and on through the low er portion of the soapulntn aud lodging nnder tbe skin, from whioh plaoe it waa cot out. It cut no arteries in ita course and escaped the trachea and bronchial tubes, but there is considerable hem orrhage from the laceration of tbe skin and other parts through which it passed, wbioh settled on the lunga.oausing slight congestion, but not enough to impair breathing. Dyer is confined in the county jail, at Austin, and will not bave an examination till the reault of Daley's injuries are determined. At Eureka, W. W. Van Vleet, superin tendent of the Kit Carson mine, was ar rested for perjury. He had been sum moned to appear, before Justice B. M. Beatty, upon process supplemental to execution to answer questions concern ing hie property. During bis examina tion be made statements nnder oath wbioh were direotly oontradicted by tbe e videooe of several witnesses, whereupon Crit. Thornton, attorney for the plain tiff, made a motion to the Court that Van Vleet be placed In custody until a complaint could be-filed and a warrant issued for bis arrest for perjury. The motion was granted and the defendaut placed under arrest. John Baker. Van Vleet's a'torney, immediately got out a writ of habeas corpns and tbe defen dant was taken before Judge Cole, of tbe district uourt, who dismissed tbe writ and ordered tbe prisoner to be taken naca to Justice uaatty for examination. In tbe meantime a complaint bad been filed and a warrant . issued. Tbe Justice ordered tbe defendant to give bonds in the sum of $1,000 for his appearanoe. A capitalist in San Francisco, arrested the other day for uaing vulgar language, waa unconditionally discharged on Saturday. If it wre some poor devil he would bave to fork up a fine or go to the bastila tor confinement. Carson Tribune. JACOBS fc SULTAN Piocho & Bulllonvilte, wholesale; ANfw RETAIL D CALEBS IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE Particular Attention -Paid to ' O O TTNTHT ORDERS. aoltr P. II. WAND'S S.1LC3N, Corner Mala aad Meadow Taller ate. BEST WINES, liquoiid, into. THUS 18 DK8EBVEDLT A PLACE OF GEN ERAL retort by U who indulge ia a Social Glue. Give Mai a call. Jett A CARP. A SUBSCRIPTION BAYING BEEN TAKEN up tome time since for Mia. Bulunn. wife ot Tim Sullivan, and aa there appears to b Mate ol the eutiea who ear they subaoribed that wish hell of the same to go to Mra. Don nelly, 1 hereby wish to give four dan aoSlce to tliess name paHt toeall at the eflee of the Mtuing Company, gat their sooney and (It it to whom they please. wmi una. aubuvAa. - Tha French Journals are singularly unanlmoua in disbelieving the report that Abdul Axis committed aoioide, and point out many alleged discrepancies in in tbe official account. Although an of ficial telegram aonouncea that tba late Sultan would have a splendid funeral, it waa subsequently admitted that be was buried at nigbt and bis death kept a secret from tbe public for fear of disorder. Lawrenoa Barrett is represented as summing np tbe famous run across tbe continent by remarking: "There'll be one idiot leas for any more aucb trips aa this. I've got my fill." MILES QUILLEN, MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WIXE3S, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Sole Agent for the SOUR SALT COMPANY. ; VINE TABLE SALT For Sale in large or small quantities. jel3.tf 8AL00NS k LIQUOR HOUSES. CAPITOL SALOON, MAIN 8TBEXT, PIOCHE. or. zx. oAssiDy PROPRIETOR. KEEP THE BEST WINES, LIQUOBS AND 01GAB8 that are obtainable la the United States. mriatf SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY, Paruaca. Flat. 0HAS. GOEDICKE. Proprietor. "XTIIX FURNISH SALOONS . AND F AMI TY Ilea with Boer, Z3eaat Q-u.ea.lity. In qnantltlea to salt. Battled Bmp ilun on hand. XJTl-l7-a.te HoozULSit Just fitted np (or use ot Families. fiS-tl A. COHN Sc BRO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers -IN- IMFORTED ABO DOMESTIC Cigars and Tobaoooa MEFRSOHAUM and OTHER PIPES Porfamery, Combe aad Brushes Etc., Etc. Main street, opposite Meadow Valley at mlS-tf. J. N. CUKTIS, (Successor to Boone a Dolman) FREE CORRAL, Lower Mala St., Plorhe, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in HAT. GRAIN and UTAH FLOUR. Sole Agent in Pioche tor Fish Brother and Mitch ell Wagoni, WAGON EXTRAS, c This Corral is free for the use of Teamsters, Produce Vendors, e. mylS-U TO 8TOCK RAISERS. Piooax, Nev., May th, 1816. I HAVE TWENTY HEAD OF Bt'LL CALVES, one year old, hy a Taoaocon aacs Dcbram Bull, from atlaas America Dalrr Cow. th.t 1 wi.h ... .n .Ha - other stock. I will have them at my place at Roae Valley the first week in July next. my30d WM. O. GLIS8AN. E. 1 FARGO & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF BRANDIES, WISES AND LIQIIORS, SIA Front treat, Comer of Commercial, Baa Francisco. Cel. lirM-tf DEXTER LIVERY S STABLE, Meadow Vall.jr trees. PIOCHE, NEVADA. GEO. 0. JOHNSTON, FBOPMETOB. CONSTANTLY ON BAND AND TO LET ON short noUoe . Tessas. Bafglee a aid Saddle Heweea, At Low Basse, tosh Boarded by tha day or weak, aad eat. fuuy FREIGHTERS. HUGH WHITE. OFFICE Ova Well a, Far. Co. Salt Lake City. BRANCH aad Wareh.sat Teraalaaa of V. H. K. R. FORWARDING ....AND.... COHffl ISSIOSlIERBAIiT. I merchandise. VAnrrwrnv vrn mn. 1VI warded to all points in Ttntle and South. Alao to Pioche and other Points in Southeast era NeTada. pioch freights A SPECIALTY. BUYERS, SAMPLERS AND SHIP PERS OP ORE AND BULLION. I Lock Box 8M. 1 I SALT LAEJE CITY.) Bole Agents in Utah for Kansas Manufacturing Op's Celebrated Wagons, Buggies, Carriage., As. Warranted. . W. E. GRIFFIN, A feat. All Liquors sod Liqnids will be transported wM.j m iu. owners nu oi jeaiage. mrlT-lyr At Wells, Fargo k Co'a. EUREKA ;and PALISADE RAIL ROAD. gPh WJSrVBy NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. GREAT REDUCTION IN RATES OF FREIGHT ! SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE TO PIOCHE, VIA EUREKA AND PALISADE R, R. AND FAST FREIGHT TEAMS. Bates payable in United States gold coin or its equivalent. All Consignments of Goods Forwarded with Promptness and Dispatch. No Forwaidlajr or CoMission Charges. Mark Goods Car dcP. R. R." All Liquors and Liqnids will be transported only et the owner's risk of leakage. On and after May 1st aad aatll No vember 1st, 18TO, Ratea on all First-Clsss Freight from Palisade to Pioche will be Three (S) Cents per Pound, including transfer at Pal isade and Eureka. al3-tf W. E. GRIFFIN, Agent. EVERY OTHER DAY STAGE LINES. PIOCHSI ..TO.., oeitju.: FARE .... 933.00. HALF-DAILY FBOM HAMILTON TO ROBINSON AND SCBELL CREEK, AND TBI-WEEXLT FROM HAMILTON TO CHERRY CHEEK EVERY OTHER DA FROM PIOCHE TO SALT LAKE CUT. FARE TO TERMINUS, 940. GILMER 4 SALISBURY, Proprietors. CARRYING TJ. 8. MAIL AND WELLS. FAB GO a OO.U EXPRESS. The Throw Llaeo aewly Stacked with Fiae AMERICAN HORSES aad mew CONCORD COACHES. making eloae connection with Railroad Stags OStco at Wolla, rsvrgre Co. 'a. all-tf WIEDERHOLD & GOODltUN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STATIONERY, SCHOOL ROOKS. INKS, PENS. PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS or au, anse. Imported and DomeBtlo CICARG, TOBACCOS, PIPES, CUTLERY, ETC AGENTS FOR ' Pioche Daily Record, JStvw IL,LlJ&UF?M" AND NEVADA "-tq cj cantor to say part MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE MEAD. OW VALLEY PIOCBR, NEV. n-tf GATJTIoir. V aot to y arehsaa or negotiate aa order for Oae Huadred Dollars lIlnTl TLirI " a raaaaria font ofWm. Kraft, as paymrat s f lb. same baa been "SP"- FRED. XTJHLa. rweao, asBiva uta, 1STS. ...n.i JECERLtSPEOVlSIOJrs. BEING DESIROUS OF CEjOSIBJG out 1" GLOUG DEPARTMENT OF MT ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENLARGING MTT STOCB OF GROCERIES BY AN IMMENSE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF FIRST-CLASS (JOODS. NOW FROM THE EAST. I SHALL ENTIRE STOCK OF AT A GREAT SAORiriOE, REGARDLESS OF COST! 1)ART1BS WISHING TO SECCRK BARGAINS will do well by an examination of my Large Htoc's before making purchases elsewheie. PH. FELSEHTHAL my2e-tf CLOTHING, THE CLOTHING WAK THE CLOTHING WAK THE CLOTHING WAK REWEVtfED! WHO DARES JOSEPH The Great Opposition Clothier of Pioche, -WITH 8100,000.00 Worth of the Choicest Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. THE SOLE AGENT FOR ATKINSON'S SHIRTS, IXPBI88LY MADE FOB JOSEPH RICH. ALL BIS GOODS ARE FRESH, STYLISH. NOBBY, BOl'GHT ONLY TWO WEEKS AGO IN SAN FRANCISCO, TO BUCK A0ABV8T MONOPOLY. WB DO NOT SELL OUT OLD TRASH THAT HAS BEEN LAYING ON THE SHELVES, BEEN MOVED FROM CAMP TO CAMP SINCE IT TO. WE SELL GOODS MADE FOR THE CENTENNIAL YEAR ! FROM THE FIRST OF JUNK ON BOYS. I WILL SELL GOODS AT T" LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN IN THE STATE OF NEVADA, AND YOV WILL FIND OUT BOYS THAT I AM ' not ia with tbe Clothing Monopoly of Plocbe, who bare " lived ia high style off of your bard earnings. 300 SUITS OF STJXXXIl CASSIMXR ' WJU be sold (0 per cent, leas than a week ago. 300 DOZ. of the CHOICEST PANTS, Of French Oooda, 40 per oent. leas than a week sgo. 800 Box. Mission Undershirts and Drawer, Badoeed SO pereeat, 100 Cases of Tirrell's Boots, Bednced 90 percent. O. K. Boots, $4.00 a pair. HOW U THAT FOB H10H,TUNR8 OF HOCHEJ 100 Boa. Overalls, 70 cents a pair. Everything at the MINERS OF PIOCHE, PATRONIZE JOS. MICK, THE CLOTHIER, sad yoa aerar ahall pay work tor the Clothing Monopoly again. aam-U the Gteai ! XX X3- EN ROUTE SELL MY CLOTHING DRY GOODS. ETO. TO TACKLE RICE 1 Greatest Sacrifice. high prices lor goods;- bat If you do not, roe ill . e OppeaiUoa Clothier of Woche, ' . ,v. 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