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CARSO-X nun iKOXDAY, NOV. IS.
-51
afORK
IOCOMOTTVKS
W1VTED.
AND CARS
W are sot among thou who believa
that the general prosperity of Virginia,
tioM Hill, Canon, or any other locality
in Western .Nevada, Las been retarded by
the Virginia and Trnckee Railroad, be
' now it has happened that the business
f teaming and staging, which at one
time imparted so much life to oar streets,
ho much superficial energy to oar people,
b&3 been to a great extent destroyed by
the tireless and unequal competition of
steam. We are in favor of railroads
wherever the nils can be laid, and wher
ever capita can be found to lay thea.
vf e are in favor of them becanse they ac
celerate the correct of trade, develop
new industries, encourage the permanent
investment of capital, lighten the burdens
f labor, and cheapen the necessaries of
life in so far as they lessen the rates of
transportation. Ail this we expect rail
roads to do for as all this it is the duty
of the managers of the Virginia and
Trnckee Railroad to do for us all this
we hope in time will be done for ; but
thus far it has not been done. . We are
in the midst of a wood famine, a coal
famine, a general freight famine. ' The
teams have been driven front oar roads,
end for all the necessaries ef existence
we are dependent open the railroad; yet
cr wants are bat meagerly supplied, the
mines and mills keeping the road almost
in "constant employment. Merchants
-ompluin that their freights are not
promptly delivered, and wood and coal
dealers that they can obtain an adequate
supply of neither for their customers.
Either the carrying capacity of the road
must be increased, or we must have an
other road. Will the Superintendent
give as a few more locomotives ami airs?
EmUfprisr? - t - -
Let's be as patient as possible, neigh
bor, and not "fret the cattle." It-seems
to us that it is not altogether, generous,
ana we minx ine t,uurprum wui concur
with us when it looks at the matter as
we do) to criticise and find fault with a
Railway Superintendent who is so much
burdened with extra - cares and surplus
work as Terington i-v.' We believe that
the V. k Truckee'E. K. Company are
doing all that lies in their power to ac
commodate the freighting and traveling
public; ..and we know that Terington,
t. itli aD his surprising capacity for busi
ness and his untiring industry, has quite
-as much as ought to fa2 to the lot of one
Euan to get things righted at the fire de-
- strojed tunnel, and Jit.ths wrecked tres
tle, and in moving what ird-ghts have ae-
cumnlatei and are ' constantly comin;
into depot. - rto far as he is concerned,
then, we think he is jnst now entitled to
some exemption from scoldings and jour
nalistic blowings nr.
And, hero Jet us say that while we fuel
vjuite at liberty to criticise the acts and
purposes of the Railway Company who are
-doing our carrying business, we cannot
regard ft as evadtly fair to blame them
lor not being better provided with motive
ftower, especially in view of the remark
able fact that there is not a locomotive
factory m the United States' which can in
due course of work supply them with
the needed f1gw' short of six months1
time, and the further fact (as stated to
us by persons entirely unconnected with
the Y. & T. E. R. Company, that this
Company have, by the offer of extraordi
nary jwices. induced 1M aanifastwrert.
w!iose make of engines they use, to build
them two locomotives " out of turn."
And in thi connection we whrji ear
any erroneous impression that may have
oLtaiaad by what we had to pay (Joe other
day. in our article upon the Columbus
Wagon Boad Project, relative to the V. t
T. CiSHjiiSjiliiridiag mpost Caisoxt as the
permanent southern depot for their road.
We don't propose to give Anybody so
good a ebanee aojirove us tq be Afflicted
with softening C the brain a we might
do if we www wiwaeowsly to wrgo the
proposition that the Virginia and Trnck
ee Railway Company wera-either dn
any obligations to refraii from extending
th.-ir line further south, dr'fkaf Ificy are
in any Bsaiat bwund , prasiaft arjr
thing which should aakare'gair towns
peeple of any such considerate intention
nn their part. Business is business, and
-if the .stairway corpatstiercss) Baal it
profitable to stretch their line farther'
into the Toovnls 4 tha. sjsgebrsatiin ib
direction of Tanks, we Khali certainly
expect them to do se; and while we shall
heartily negret that they ar new -cow
strained by WtunU, arfLMoiul and Adven
titious causes to make Canton a perma
nent temiiiuis and distributing point, we
are not going to write anraeH down an
immeasurable ass by protesting that we
think fbat anything Km ebirpsaeaed or
is likely t happen in the future which
does or will make it-more than Woi
Li.ittcrofchoice'otittieteJsmllanct
wtan teaf fats of taaeneBs emergencies
for thef Baflrasd people to extend their
lineswHstt, where arai bow they please:
provided, nothing hsteiit said or enacted
shall be construed atmffecting our consti
tothmal right to growl at -the Company
for shortcomings, or protest, in a mild
and conservative war. againat any pro
jected lottg-gmngs. But until they get
all damages "repaired smT have room ac
cording to their strength, don't let's find
any needless fault with their manner of
doings things.
A 6
ton
PUVaTE SECHETART
IS TO BE.
Rumor (the old jade pretends to know
everybody and ererybodys" business)
tells us that the Secretary "as is
to be;" the coming Gubernatorial fiduci
ary jnrisooAsult; the official Executive
ear the incarnation of which various
qualities was violent lopped off when onr
good friend Belknap was Benched is to
be restored from the willing ana adap
tive parts of that very cultured and excel
lent gentleman, Crittenden Thornton
Esq., of Humboldt county.
We claim the irresponsibility of fournal-
isfie impersonalism if this prove not true
nor warrantably founded ; but if it be'
based upon the imperishable substructure
of durable circumstantiality, then do
we iterate and assert our equities in the
Courts of prophesy'
! MR. JUSTICE BGLKNAP.
Governor Bradley has wisely taken the
advice voluntarily and gratuitously given
him by the Appeal, and appointed our
very deserving young friend Belknap to
the vacant Judgeship. All that we need
say alter saying what we already have
said is that we fully and warmly ap
prove die 'Gubernatorial Action. Bel.
knap is an honest man, an even-minded
man, a healthfully ambitious man; and he
has studied law enough and of the riht
sort to fit him for l-econiiog a very useful
member ef the Supreme Court. ' Anyhow
for his own sake and the sake of the
great interests which will now come into
his keeping and conserving, we wish him
a completely successful future.
fDWARB iPATCOX. ,i.
r ' p r::
On SatoMay night, the 16th instant, jt
o'clock, Bon. Edward Fatten, r
member of the first Legislature held ren
der the State Govarnmant pf ttevada, and
a well known Bepublicanxtolitician, died
at his residence in Gold Hill.. The de
ceased was an Irishman, whose early ad
vantages were limited, bat whose energy
and business capacity placed him in the
front rank of mining operators and gave
him a handsome fortune. His disease,
which baffled the skill of his xcedieal ut- '
tendants and made their efforts at a diag
nosis almost fruitless, would seem to
have been a complication of disorders
resulting in a mortal affection of the
heart. Probably a post tnortent examina
tion will reveal the true nature of the dis
order. Fatton had the reputation of
good neighbor and a thoroughly reputable
citizen. He leaves a family well provided
for.
SPECIAL aTOTtCES.
A MKKTI.VSJ OF TBE ST.- ANDREWS
U;SOCBTT, ! 'j. ff
VTTIIJ. Bs HOLD ON NEXT SATUR
DAY, ieth last,, at I f. nf As annual
officers an to be elected, and other Important
faosbMSs If to" W transacted,, all 'members are
requested to attend Xa LI
Hones. Hereafter the ExpresvOmcewf Wells,
Fargo A Co! will close at G! o'clock, r. u. Let
teis deposited ill the Lttter Box up to 10 o'clock
r. M. will oe torwarded oj tae nigm train.
FEBSom d-sintu8 of renting rooms in private
residences are requested to let the same be
known to Ladd A Kkixt, at there Is continu
ally a demand fur the same.
, JSEW, ADVEETISEMENTS.
IVIRSOLCTIO V. THE FIRM OF
MW CAMPBELL A FLSKHOUSK. Iramst.-rs.
is this day dissolved bv mutual ansfnt. - J. M.
CAMPBELL will carry on the business in bis
own name nert-aiu-r. All Dills due tne company
will be collected by J. M. Campbell, who will
also pay all company debts owmi? by said firm.
- 1 - - rf. . i- Ajirni-.ijL.,
A. C. IXNKHOUSE.
October 21, 1K73. nolM ait
Deux Cha!eujj is AGcaAuiAXThe
Reno Journal of yesterday tells the fol
lowing narrative: " Another stray little
waif has fallen into the hand of a good
Samaritan. Johnnie Orr, a bright, blue
eyed little boy of eleven and a half Sum
mers, while standing on the platform of
Chamberlain "sHotel, Thursday last, look
ing sad and disconsolate, was accosted in
a josrnrgTliariflete!!erdnJeTIe;
Paymaster of the Virginia and Trnckee
Railroad, who was down here from Car
son on business; but when the little
shaver Ti ad tolil hi .story -DeHe's
meanor underwent a hangn, and he
took the boy to Carson with him on the
afternoon, traani inlesuiing to adopfTlint
and Bend him to school,' The boy says
his father is dead and his mother is in
Washington Territory. "She left him at a
ranch in Long .Taltey eame'three years
ago, but being ill-treated Be came to
Beno about a mowtfr'erace, and opto the
last week has beeat t work oat a rai
near Beno. When asked by I)clle if he
would go and live with him and 'be a
good boy, ha willingly assented. ' fWe
trust that in whis old. age Delia maybe
comforted by the now younLad. ajud
that if he leceives no reward on earth,
hewill in the world tocome.". ,
Read, Ponder, and
Reflect!
Tiio Best Groodfi
The
THE
Greatest
And
BEST
In
Variety. q
BARCAINS
DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.,
i Are to be obtained at
OLCOVICH BROS.
ALL ARE IXVITKI. nol6
(. A Bn colic Eaaajr,
Childhood it often btimrrooA ""without
beins conscious of the fact. Artemus
Ward or Josh Billings never wrote any
thing of the funny ofder equal to the f ol-
lowing composition of. a little boy-in,the
Bashop Scott frainmar School, Portland,
Oregon, which wo find printed verbatim
H RteraKm in. the New York Ledgtr,
Oxsa. Oxen is a very alow animal They a
vcfygoodtobrakaupirronad.
I would rather have a horse if they didntt
have the rolle which they say ia wind collected
in the at lira arc, which aaatosB ilinaywaiir to
fcpsf) horaea tbaa oxen,
If them wen ao other horses people would
have to wheal their wood 1n 4 whalburov. It
woirld tahethani w or tare Aays to wheal a
cord a sslan, ,
THE ABYSSINIAN DESERT
COMPANION. - -
THE GREAT HOKSE EEMEDY !
FKCIFIC REMEDY.. FOR COLIC,
IXLAMM-VTIOS OF THE BOWELS, BLAD
DER AXD KIDNEYS. COLI. 1HAKKHCEA,
m. and la a? A f? "S
Preventive against Botts
And other Diaorders In
M auiiara a.ii Aiui 1..
Sent. ieawtlr)acUs, tiatf ad.lrtaaT'
Addresa , . .. r :
UULJiiUAJi & AACAvL),. :oJ
, General Agents for Abvaciniaa Beacrt Com-"''
Bole lm panion, SS4 Sutter at, San rYaaelcco.
AH I AM GOING TO UKAVfi CARSO.X
FOB THE BAST
QN THK SOth I.ST., ALL PARTIES
INDEBTED TO ME BTA0OOC!fT OE SOTE
4
will please come to my Office, "at COLTOS.S
DBUO STOlit. ana settle the same'on or before
the 15ta inst., as these claims Ml'ST be paid.
. . , Y J)B.3.fcEK.LEE.
Carson. 'Nov. 8. 1R72. nt.s 1 w
AatUSEMEJJTS.
Carson Theatre.
GIFT COSCEETS, LOTTERIES, ETC.
The
Grand "Gift
Louisville,
Concert
Ky.
at
fHE DRVWL6 OP THE PttlZES
at the Grand Gift Concert for the Bent fit of
the Public Library at Louisville, Kentucky, will
positively take place on SATCRDAY, fec.:mber
7th. - - : .
A3O0.00O In CaahGitVa, 'ranging traan
f 100 to $100,000, will be distributed.
Senrly all the tickets have been mid, and
tone will be for sale after the .th of
Koveuabac " I I - -
Tickets each, divided Into four coupons,
for gale together or ej(arly . '"
Forties dti&iroue of purchasing tiofceta, either
single or in clubs' of five, U-n, liftn and twenty
tickets, can be accommodated by calling on
noli J. EU LADD, Ajnt.
OzxAalia Lottery
A Noble Charity.
TO ERECT THK
Nebraska State Orphan Asylum
. to be Drawn in Fubiio,
DECEMBER 30th.
.1ST
8230,505 00. :
Tickets $ I Each . or Six for S5.
Tickets sent by Express C. 0. D., if desired.
1 Grand Cash Prixa. fTS.OOft
1 (VrandCaah I'riaa., ...... r.-.-. TS.WW
1 Grind t ash Prize l.VOtiO
1 Grand Cajsh Priae ; .-. lo.ouo
1 Cash Prize 5.ULU
1 (V-h Prire 4,noo
Sole Proprietor.:. t'.."::.;.".lfB. J. H. CHCRCH
Stage Manager MB. TH08. BARTON
Uuaical Director PROF. -JOHN AIXKN
CHURCH'S
Great Sensation Troupe
OF
Star .Artists!
Crand Opening Night!
iVedneadaw Evening-, Nov. ao, 1674
JT'ox Two CTlslits
Only!
Tbe Manager takes pleasure in announcing in
(he residents of this ciay that he has, at Rnat
expense, srenred the following talented Artisti.
who will give a few of their Vocal and Instru
mental Music, Farce, Tragedy, Comedy, Protein
Sketches, Songs and Dances, Ethiopian Comical
ities, Clog Danres, etc
2 Cash Prizes. J.l.tmO eae:
4 Cash l'rir. $i,000 eacb ... .. .
2 Cash Prireav .000 .-
SO Cah Pnze, Each
100 - " M
M II)
3101 5
1
6.000
sn
2.-BUS
6,000
D.mHi
.. O 5.000
!00
15,505
Pianos Tuned.
TBE ITXDEatfOKBD :WTLX. MAKE
one of has iVitadicml Tsar amor-it IXti-
abled and Diacordaat ' V- C1I. a r.c j
DIAMrKt' ' ' t
Cmnnencoat bis opera iron drrrrng the praseat
weefc. . , , .rt ?v---
' ' I ORDERS , LHSt :h a-
IVeft at tha Book asd Muaic Slave of.
- jmnr or. fox
' - Will be promptly attended to. '
' I JACOB ZECB,'
Sit easfc prrses, amouTrtins to. r.. $230,503
This Legal Enterprise is endorsed by the high,
est authority of tbe State and best business njeu
Over one-half the Tickets taken before Octo
ber 1st. The limited number on hand will be
f nreuaea those arb apply Orat. - - i
Moaey ran bo sent by wail, in Retastered Let
ters. Pua Ofhoe Money Orders, or by Express.
AIL Prises will be. paid in foil. Aaaarrs
akted. For f nU-tarUeulaa addnaa .:
i J. M. PATTLE.
no8 Ut-neral Manager, Omaha, Neb.
LOOK AT OUR OR AXD VOXSTEf.
LAT10X OF ARTISTS!
, . ' . i . .
Miss Agnes Kennedy,
Tbe Great Character, Vocalist, Pianiste and Eur
lesqao ActreKe, of whom tbe S&h
Francisco Press are nnaul
1 - . 1 - Dions In praise.
Mr. Thomas Barton,
The Juatij Crltbrated Happy Old Man imper
sonator.
MISS SUSIE ROBISOy,
The Beautiful Comic Songstress and Song and
Dance Artiste par excellence.
MR. VT ALTER PARKS,
The celebrated Ethiopian Comedian and cham
pion Clog Dancer. .
PROFESSOR JOHN ALLEN.
The Wonderful Soloist.
L0X DIXOX.
The celebrated Ethiopian Comedian and Musieal
' ' - ' ; enioa. '
Will AppsMtr NlcjlUijr in Sauajrs, Fare.
Burleaqne aind Ojaarau
Ire ChrlB and Orchestra Chain f 1 no
P.irtioerte ;.....,... ; 50 cents
Private Unite.. Five Dollars
- No Extra Charge for Reserved Heat. Pm i
Olhce will be open in ad vance. nolt'
FUITTS. C0XFECTI0XERX, ETC.
FIRST GRAND GIFT. CONCERT
AF TBE STATE OF NEVADA. AT.
.J tnonzsd by Act of its Legislature, ap-
I STATE INSANE ASYLUM.
L .Tha drawixtc will take place at Vinrmia, Ke-
vaaa, tne time of wnieh dnenotaoe will be a-ivea
0 saon as enough tickets have been sold to pay
tne htate proportion for the Asvlttiu Fund, as
well as the Prises aa fait, that being tha fairpnaw
oi ine irusteea. . ). . ... t . ii.fnJ
All unsold tickets in the hands of Agents will
be called in before the time set for drawing.
Tickets of Admission . . ..$5 in Gold Coin
3
, Pimava. Taaiek--.,
MISS S. E. WIORCAN,
I : LADT' or fctPERIENCE AXD
fa. ' ms-iK. F.fRTar3r
asnny ma a
TKACHER OF PADiTTXG AND DRAWING.
fiunsata to giaw Laaaoas ia thin luaaihia, at
S r. M. of Tui idev aaat THdaT of -eacb- week, rn
vAe Recitation Room of the Sierra Seminary
lawuani . Terms, sj per menu iur iiraw
iag and S6 fir Pamtiiis- . . no 13 '
463, 0OO in gold coin will be given to hold
ers oi tickets at the conclusion of the Concert.
as follows; . , . . . .
1 GoMCotn GTf f . 7. . . . . .. . ' (!..(vjo
1 Gold Coin Gift ...1...... 15.000
1 Gold Coin Gift 15,000
1 Gold Com Gift 15.000
1 Gold Coin Gift 10.000
1 Gold Coin Gift....i.-.........i.,.L.j-r 10.000
4 Gold Coin Gifts of (5.000 each W,000
HI Gold Coin Gifts of 2.000 each 20.000
30 Gold Coin Gifts of 1,000 each 'JO.OOO
60 Gold Com Gifts f 500 each... , 30,000
100 Gold Ciin Gifts oT 900 each..... 80.000
al Gold Coin Gifts of 100 each 90,000
BM Gold Coin Gifts of 90 each 25.000
1000 Gifts.
... ..-,'. .. ... . .SJKOO
WELLS. FARGO CO.. Virginia Citv, Treaaarcr.
, D. L. BLANCH ARD, Manager.
Tickets are now for sale.'snd can be obtained
of C. C. PEXDERGAST. at the office of Wells,
Fargo A Co.. and at the omor of D. L. BLAKCH
ARU. Manager, at J. Waldstein' t Co.'s Cigar
Store, South C street. ou2s-tf
- J. H. CHANDLER,
WUOLESAXe'' AXD EET.yL DEAT.t-R IX
VEGETABLES AND CONFECTIONS,
Caraan Street.
Next door Sooth of Mailer's Hotel, Carson, Ntv,
N. B The Freshest of '-.
CHABTBES COFFEE, . ,
Ground in Ttrginia City,' and warranted pure,
always on hand - ... - c?
CANDIES! CANDIES!
' : Freata an A Pare as . . ,
Sparkling De w !
Manufactured every day of the beat
.'. v-. aaate rials by t ;
camy fc w.5?rii:n.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL CONFECTION EKK.
No. 107 Montsomerjr Street,
Ma rrueuaa''.
THE ATTEKTION OP TBE TRADE
ia called toour immense assortment uf i-.
dies and other goods suitable for the
"HOLIDAYS. '
And warranted to keep in all climates.
Prices LOW and TERMS LIBERAL. Onleri
from the interior promptly and carefully at
tended tO. i l ., ,
Qpws are useful to. I heard some people aay
that if they had to be aa ox era cow they wood
soonerbe a cow. but I think when it comes to be
Jlkedjsnewtafe"iiiorI ,tSkk they
VSOtUd SOOtwr ne oxen, tor wen un h atra so
calve If I bad to be a osarow,A aaould be a
Beflr.bat if I could not be a better and bad to be
both, 1 sjusyAfce a ox. , TI! M3f,. 9
Ooiso ! Goka ! Nobody save tbe delin-
nssnts awo.ifeaaAe,ri JawlftgtVti
TrRaanrer. has been warnine too until
nm the' feral aaTU nrrrv. Step tar-.
ward and take aJvAulagt of Ui lst-by-l
IilJuQsiiii Htt-1 T afyanr
A .a J- iti iip4sAvtwv8riri
.v . . " j .1 "tw I-.. Jlrf-Sa Jt "1
ue acnujen pw lanaiianat f"
UINERS, ATTHITIOIlIp 7
B DESIBR TO CA1X. YOUR AT
tention to the old and favorite brand vMt.
JTOtt A GAMBLE'S , ,,l7 K lt
cnrdnrATi "STAi'V ADAiaAirriii;
ui
and enrtiekf eanAle in the fetale for tha
prlte, and particularly adapted to use in.Ufnes.
in reeular recejnt ner ran. and for sale by ;
A , - ' ' ROSS, DKMPSTER CO . 'w
t 105 and 107 California street.
ABTEO. v i lis rlnss. mml
V 4 t wnsaan muk.to attend strictly to tbe kite h.
enanddsta iutla pbjiav waehlaf;.. J(ont waisee.
Ipajuire oti.;n5j J. F, LADD. J:
MISCELLANEOUS.
JpHN C. FOX, ,
Street, epposite the Capital,
'Z' 1 ! t v . tl riaaxaa j T"'- cj.im f-,
BOOKS, CURSENT LITERATURE,
WATCHES and JEWELRY,
! Isnacy Goods, 1-Zt
flSBl! feST.tBUSHHEXT COX.TAXVS
1 s eSarplete assortneai t alf Kinds of ito-
TXOJT4. SPOBTRfQ APPARATCS and Sllelf SOOdS. .
1 .?", Eastern papers and Matrazines received
daiiy.i Admit for all tae weeklies and Dalies of
tha FacitieOnst. 1-tf lOWS G. POX.
1 tri!- ,,1 , V ' "l t -ii
WAMTEO.-A psssnar t ata ajs ,
no swab, taqairc of pwj . E . LADD. t
FRESH FRUITSr VEGETABLES, COK-
rtCIICrSS, ETC, ETC.
1 iz-i'-'iA .istjRir ,r?'.rrs .
TBE L'XDERSIGXED HAS OX RAXD
and is daily receiving the
Choicest : I raits,
FrettlieHt r HrotatLeei, ( ; y
Hest of C'nteotloii,
And lika desirable and reasonable eonaa. rd
keeps tne best ASSo-mr-rr brought to the Calk
son market.
N. b. Oideia'pTemptiy filled and d. Rrrrrd as
per directions. a.- E PERASICH,
1-tf (Carsoa street, next to Theater ealaen.)
HOUSES FOR SALE, TO LET, WAVTED.
"EvOR SALE One Fine DweUlnar and
- Lot, oeetrallr located, and well Furntsbcd.
price J,500. Inquire of o9J J. E. LADD
F9R g U-Hse, Last mm Fsnrna.
tnre, weH loeatedfl.sw. Tnotrlreof
(n21
J. E. LADD.
" sires to- Purchase a Dweltina- with four, f "
4ra rooms. Inquire of-" 'ics J. E. tADD."' "
f.WELMXO WANTIfD.-A -PARTV
? desires to Mrehasea DwelUng with seven
eight Itooimav laaaySje ef
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