tj.tTURDAY riBRriBI 14. MS
The railroad organs are trying hard to make
it appear that the anti-railroad agitation in
Nevada has injured the State and will in time
ruin it. They also clamor for Chinese cheap
labor, advocating the introduction of Coolie
workmen in Nevada, to the exclusion of honest
white men. They claim that by the use tf
Chinese labor, more roads could be bnilt. If
the railroads of the futnre are anything like
the railroads of the past and present, most
people will be of the opinion that the less Ne
vada has 'of such questionable blessings, the
better. Each new road is but another band
of iron forged around the taxpayers of the
State. It is argued that unless Coolie labor
ie used, railroads c mnot be built at a prufir;
on the other hand, the papers urging thebuild
ing of the road, tell of the vast wealth of the
districts which the road will open np, and it
would seem that it would pay a railroad cor
poration to reach such districts, at no matter
what ost. R tilroad builders are in the habit
of pleading peverty at the start. They claim
that their sold idea is the development of a
new ooutitry, but they feel so poor that they
will require the people of the country to help
them in the way of subsidies, and allow theui
to employ cheap labor. After the corporation
has onee secared a footing and placed its grip
upon the throat of commerce, its whine of
poverty changes to the blatant utterances of
exultant wealth. They are no longer poor,
bo longer humble, and the people they once
fawned upon as a matter of shrewd policy are
boob kicked aside as useless and trampled upon
like the worms of the earth. It is the old
story of the beggar who imagines himself above
the world the moment he strides the steed.
The most cowardly man with his meney is a
bloated capitalist. He takes no eoinmereial
risks; he must see a dead sure thing before he
makes a move. The railroads owned by D. U.
Mills in Nevsda, wring between two and three
tilliwns of dollars per year from this State
most of which is sent at once to New York for
investment; yet when he proposes to build
another road to make more money, he talks of
employing serf labor in order that the people
of a State which has contributed so largely to
his private inoome, shall never have the oppor
Joaquin Miller, the barbaric humbug who
established his reputation as a poet, is thus
exposed by the Stock Exiluinge :
ine long-biined poet ot tke sierras nas
taken in James Redpatk badly. la the lat-
ter's interview published in the Clironide,
Millar's life is detailed, and Joaquin's romantic
epiBede with Walker ia Nicaragua given a
prominent plae. Joaquin was never with
Walker, never saw him iu his life, aud never
pretended to have been with him except in
Reese and in his Boston conversation with
Iu this eitv, .February 13, 1880, DeWitt, bun of leWitt
and Mary J. W arner, aged 1 year, 10 mouths and 12 da,.
The I'uueril will take piace from tbe residence tl the
parent! to-day at 2 o'doek.
j i 1 - " '
Lt. PERSONS BAVISfO CLAIM A-
UAINSr the undersurucd will please present tfarm
to make payment of the same on or before ths 16th duy of
Mareb, 188. JKttOME I VAACOVICH.
Caraou Citv, Nevada, February i3tb, 1880.
E. B. RAIL
prsmTi e initio a. ,bia.iimo
Mr. Redpath. In fact, his description of immeiiiely, and all pergoaa indebted to him are requested
Walker is abont as unlike the real Walker as
it is possible for i. to be. He pictures the
fillibuster as a tall, formidable brigand.
Walker was a small, slight man with a keen
bine eye, but with none of the characteristics
that Miller has attributed to him.
Miller is a good deal of a humbug. His
lion skins, bear skins, pistols, etc, are all
kept ou hand for effect. His wound is all a
fraud. In fact, Joaquin is a shrewd Amer
ican, and plays his Indian history for all it is
worth. He is a good hearted fellow withal,
bat unless he is caught m the act, will, even
to his intimate friends, keep up his theatrical i
newspaper character. Here is a case in point.
When Miller was stopping at the Cosmopol
itan Hotel in this city, he moaned frequently
about the restraints of civilized lite, and
pined for the freedom of the wilderness, and
all that sort of thing. He could nt si ep in
bed. Mot he. The chambermaids poor
overworked ereatares had au easy time mak
ing np Joaquin's room, for his bear skin
robe was his coneh, and his trusty revolver
bis pillow, and much more of the same sort of
bosh. One morning a reporter from an even
ing paper called at the hotel to obtain from
Miller a copy of some verses which he had
written for a benefit given to Harry Edwards,
the actor. The reporter tapped at the doer.
Joaquin sang out "Come in;" but tke form of
the poet of the Sierras reclined not on the
bear skins, and the pistol was not in sight, for
.To? mi in wan aniivlv inllad iin in tint hhinkuts.
and bis couch was the ordinary six by two D()0rS, WilldOWS & Blinds,
noiei oeu miner was a nine annoyeu at us
ing found taking hi comfort like an ordinary
mortal, and explained to the reporter that he
was just recovering from an attack of risen ma
tisni, and, therefore, had to discard the bear
skin. The incredulous scribe interviewed a
a daughter of Erin in the hall upon the qe.es
tion, and that descendant of a race of kings
said : "Share I makes np Mister Miller's
bed every day, and 'tis little slaping he does
on the bear skin, which shows his good sinse."
IMPUTES, WHSUSAiE AM3 KIT AIL DKiiB f
and Coal, Stoves,
Ranges and Tinware.
PLOWS AXD AGRICULTURAL
Paints, Oils and Brushes,
Glass and Crockery Ware,
Two Wats of Givme. The New York
Herald is publishing all of the letters accom
panying the subseriptiens received at its office.
Two are worth republishing to show the contrast
between talk and action. One is as follows
Gas Pipe I Gas Fixtures,
Hose, Force & Lift Pumps
Rope, Wood I Willow Ware,
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
AID 0THEE3 SEEKIS3
STRENGTH AND ENERGY,
WITHOUT THE T7BE OF DRUGS, ABE BB
QUK8TED TO BEND FOR THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUft
HAL, WHICH IS PUBLISHED
FOB FREE DISTRIBUTION.
IT TBKATS span HKAI.TH, HTOIESB, and FV
cal Caltnra, aad ia a onoipUKe enrrclopedl of
hi formation for Invalid aad tneee whe nfflH from
Karroos, Kibeaeting and Painful Dieeasea. Em
aubjat that bears upon bealia aad hnmaa hpri"",
receivre attention la Ua page: and Uie many qoea
toone Maked by Drift ring Invalida, whe haw riiapnired
at antra, ere anawered, and valuable information ia
eo0nJttere1 to all who arc in ncod of inedieal advi.
Tea aobjeet of Bleetrie B1U atriia rfedieine, aad
tbo hundred and ona question of ma. importance
. ss4fcring numaattT, ara duly conaulered aad
And etaeT wbn raAVr from Nereone and niyel De
hiTrtj, Lean of Maaly Vigor. Prematnre ExhaiMtioa
and tae mauy gloomy eeneeaueneea of early initlaera
tioo, no., arc espaoally benefited by cooaulttuf aa
Tbe ELECTRIC REVIEW erpoaea ta nmaiUfated
fnmda praetioed by qnaeka and medical hnponimwk
nroUm to " praeHee multeine," and peinta out tbe
enlv Mfe, timple, and enVtctie road to Health, Vto.
and BodiW Snersy.
Send your addreaa oa noata4 sard tor a eawy, axuf
ai formation worth thooaaada will beeaat yoa.
Addreas, the publisher,
Pl'LVERMACHER OALVAKfC CO.,
EIGHTH & VINE STREETS. CINCINNATI ft
mi house of Hm bhos.
I I ' VIVO m SVKfl 06S KKTiRS STOCK
I I eaioaattof
Orln nd Flour,
LAVBW. BQ9T. SHOES. II ATM ANts
To Mir new hai'.Jrng, we are nww Miard to evppr
snHUimara and Ike savblo generally wita rvtonir n oa
CMATI.Y REDUCED raiCS.
We t&Ttte tvwybedy to aail aad atnepara peiaaa a
goods kufere aureitaxmc elaeviMra.
M. rHARLB8 MJTTELUORrrE kawtea; ewttrt
minaeravflt of onr Dry Qouin Pepailid, weaJd a
piaad t aec an IruntM.
Camoa. Sept. 2. UTS.
Kditor Hbrit.D Your penornni vift of
... ... .,- l r m
i-niij oi getting ny 01 tneir money oacn. JIOO.000 to th tarving poor makta me proud
lift Cbiuavr m any way coutnbuted to the I ttt know that yoa ar a citizen of flew York.
rail roar! income .,f Mr Millai If h wiahea to when 1 lut acrosa tbe water to the Green
r..i..;..i. u a Isle oi Erin and think of the noble auuls suf-
. , . I ferinj from famine, my heart bleeds for the
u. iro-i vanton toio tu. mtertur i u v,o- oppreSBd p.pl9 who are to-day Btrugglinfj
Watial Impire? There is, however, but little beneath the weight of the Kalling chains
robabilitv of the Chineae working on the new I heaped open tkeaa by the English government.
" I. ' . i-inr
xma. Jn tbe brat place, tne Miners uman - ; " . 7- ' , , rAnnn Mm
, , . , , man to put his hand deep into hi poeket aud XI Da CODper ailtl
will nat a. liner tt. and in the abound rtlace I . ., , , . . . 1 " M. Mr
BiRD OACES, Eta., Kte.
HOUSE FUBRISHIMG G30D8.
srivu to the poor snffering inhabitants of faro-
Sharon needs the road for election purposes me stricken and down trodden Ireland. Ea-
neit Fall. It will be a bitter pill for Mills to
wallow, but he will be obliged to swallow all
closed find one dollar. John Buek.
Anothes letter simply reads :
Editok Herald : Enclosed hud cheek for
$1,000. E. A. Bct'K.
Nlicet Iron Ware,
povtal Anntleua a;lai ae all OrOera.
Thi Foolish Ppblic. The citizens of Vir
ginia City are discussing the project of estab- I " ithiH the last ten years, thirty-fear steam'
iMhinfa new telegraph line between the Com- I skips have sailed, which have fosndered, or
stock and Saa Francisco for the accommwda- been abandoned, or are missing with all on
tion of the general public, and more especially board. This dees not include the steam ships
for those who deal in stocks. The Western Iot by collision or H, or by wreck on the
Union rates are exorbitastly Wuh and the 0"t- Most of these were freight steamers,
isoney paid to the monopoly every year would but they all carried men enough to man them,
build and equip a new line. Oue would imatr- who mostly went to the bottom.
ine at first (lance that the pnblie would sub
scribe to such a line at once, and build it in a San Franciseo telegram states that Boni-
lew months. The proprietors of the soheiae, fuci0 Nunez, eonfiued in the County jail, un-
however, know the temper of the peopl- pretty der conviction foi the murder of William Frey
well, and propose to make the investment safe in April last, was found hanging in his cell
before any work is done. Tkey ask certain Thursday mornimz. He had torn his shirt in
firms to agree to patronize the new line for atripg which he io, d and twisted iato a rope
two years at speeihed rates, witnout tuese piece of broomstick set in the ventilator
- GOODS SOLD M3
LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES!
E. B. RAIL.
L. MORRIS & CO.'S
THE1S HfTISI STO Of
special contracts the new line would be a fail
ure from the start, from the fast that as soon
Mit was n working order, sending dispatches
fifty per cent cheaper than the old, the Wes
tern Union Company would reduce their rates
to almost nothing, thereby freezing the new
line out. The public in its blind idiocy would
play into ths hands of the monopoly as it al
ways does, assist vigorously in the freezing
process and wake up some morning to find
competition driven from the field and the mo
nopoly rates again at the old fixture. 1 his
eiperiment was tried in Virginia City a few
yeara ago on the gas question. Gas was 10
s thousand, aud J Bell of dan Francisco start-
served for a gallows.
A certain M. D. residing down East was
aroused from his sleep one very cold night by
a loud knocking at his door. After some hes
itation he went to the window and asked,
' who's there?" " A friend," was the an
swer. " What Uo you want? " Want to i
stay all niht;" " Stay there then," was tbe
MUST BE SILD WiTHIN THE NEXT SIXTY SAYS.
jaePmrties inftebteei to I. Jlerrw A 'o.
will plauw caH matt eostl ainalr aarouula.
The premises imw oupfd as tbe store
r offered for wtalc.
CrUS BE OF MANAGEMENT
Taw aotel is tt atoe; pleaaaoary aad ceatrair leeaceel la
the city, being aear tbe pnneifiai bawiaaaa bMaea aad tbe
btate Cam ol.
Tbe Chilinary Departaaeat i wjdar tbe wjaaaarnaest
eiperianeed beads, and ao expense will be lpan.i la i ap
plying the table aith the beat the market affords.
J. W. KH.iRP (fonuarly ti the IWTeie Boom, Kapa,
THE ORMSBY HOUSE
Is tbe aeadqnartere fr all tbe (tap? rmea WawHtg araoa
traawieat fettea 2, tS M and (3
ateaei M eeati
OamoB 6r eVptawibcr 18, UTS.
(lEJl'S A0 BCYS'
HATS AND CAPS.
It is stated that the mystery attending Mil
ton's divorce from hit first wife three months
after their marriage, has recently been cleared
il an opposition gas company, selling his coin- up. A letter has been discovered among pa
nteditv at S7 Der thousand. The Deoole rose pers of those years which shows that Mary
op and blessed BjII. Then the price of mo- Powell revealed all the secrets of her Puritan ROOTS AND SHOES.
nopoly ifas fell to per thousand, and the husband and his friends, to her royalia I father.
patrons of the new company deserted it and j Riehard Powell.
went back to the old like a hocK of sheep.
Then earne the dentine of the new company Mrs. Hilton, ef Renieh, Mo. , has become
And the old company went back to former the mother of twins rivaling the celebrated Si
rates. Seon after the gas consumers bean I asr.ese pair; eaeh of the healthy little girls hav
to realise that it miht have been better to ing a head and feet of hur ovn, but psssesc-
hav stuek by the company whieh first beg.in I in a common heart and luns, and being
to befriei-d tli'eui. The public, however, nev r I j itied by a tl-sliy band exteailirjg from the j
hive the sense to realize hrc their best in- I collar-boce to the knee.
terests lie, aud are continually reaping
iaija.iwssriawirtir.B.ij.. Ten inches of snow Paris demoralized
Booth's Oysters, - $1 per OaD.
SAN FfUHGISCO MARKET,
Waaaaaa.1 aad reMI eWer B
FRESH PBinTb, VEGETABLES, OOofrBOCTWS, T7C
H K VKDKRS1GXKD
and Is dail reoeiTtng the
Chotcvat PraiU, frnktii VweUMM. Bt
ot Cr"-tiona Chwicw Hmwaiats Clejmra,
P wltry, Bandf Ksrira, Kte.
IV. B Orde prampttr Oiled and detiTnred aa par
reettaiat. GEORGE PEkAfUOH.
Carooa ttreet next to Theater haloes
I AG WIN a ALLEN,
"BWf DRAL.KRJ AD flTATTOWEBl,
fVHB.A BUUSB H3JUV..
Pictnrc Krames a J'prrSnrUp.
A iarfn- uwrKiieDt wf Kpnataolee and fe yiaaii alas
daalerK iu Noiehi. Taokee Notiuae, Tu'. i t Kuap,
Perftiuiorjr, Chrmai' Statiuaerr, SVsUefd aad
fj-tmrt aintl tKtok 9Iiaic fairatfaliwdl at ahor
Ortrnna aad Piaaaa at leiweat PoealbI Ba.tea
AS0N & CO.,
NORTH CAaiOW STREET,
CANSOK (rlTV, AlVALA.
HOLtWALI AM BIT
L PBLAt-ERS I
AJir tid. aminas incaUi kcpt
FIRST GLASS STORE
tt kitwl ef Mittle eurtem at Mea Ihf arc
tar OpbVws taAaa and Ovod dufcawe
to awt PAsnr or thx errr nas cbabge
MA&OH 4 CO.
Ms 6 WW
Snanaenar to Kefwtrin A Sftacax,
HOLUAIJE AID BETAH, llSaUbKit
BBS Ot VBTOt, UqUOES 'AIR) QtOSMt
BHAI9T, FORT AKX
Fur aiaJierna. aaa.
OT mm aSwttwewwd Tree ear Catawfrw TM
rAawr Pr ftkc city auad Tietattr.ft
Wm ias giMrantae at ftret-oiaai goo, call
oeUft Stun BUdte efpeette tc Mait.
WELLS. FARGO & 0.4
The Only One Price Clothing
Store in Carson !
Canae fttrweit, Ceu-ei
The lirst n timber of the StockUn Mail has
the two million inhabitautsas much as a Prus
sian army. x;asiiiesa was supentied, tnere i
BR3D Wi8E FENCE.
QABLE LAID DOUeLS WIRE. FOUR
POINT STEEL BARBS
rvi i . i .i. , ...,. r" , 1 ....... VT f
reached this otice. It -is typ raphicahv a was no travel 10 apeak of, and the aaorning ,mitit MAniif:u:t.ir. j under litenpc fr. ti h,,!,!
of the orinnal patvhU. rai up on 1UU us, reels, bend
for eiriul n.
All kinds of Wire, Iron, Steel aud Calvanitel, for tail-
ii.fr. fencing, teieyrapn, teiepnone, etc. etc..
WIRE ROPK OF ALL KINDS IN STOCK AKD M.VNC-
FACTURE0 TO OKUK.
A. 8. HALLIDIE.
Wire HilU mad Wir Koj WArlt,
jan-3-ai CUaraui St., ejgo FraaiEeo.
neat, well made op paper, and mentally bright papers were delivered at noon.
and vijoron, showing the hand of the praeti-
1 . -1 A .1 ,1. 1 I
cai joer.aust av lie M.im. K . - . .
Murdered near Indianapolis, last Friday, has
Durinj th year 1879 $30,000,000 worth of made a fall eonfession of a knowledge of the
property was destroyed by fire in the United erime, andhar;es Joe Wi.de with the nsor-
Ktatei. ' der. Wade ia in iail.
AMERICAN ek S1K6KII Kf WIKC 11 At MIA B 8
PISl'OLS, riaiLXOMS ANN AMilCNITIOM AT LOWEST
W1B jive afremal aatentioB to tbe deKver, of uB Paper
7b UuU Hlli Newt rtlivr) ielSmZS
WOLaaAa.it an ama. aaautn i
IMPORTED hm DOKESHC CIGARS
BICHAKOB A JUS EXPRJSA
flAJBOtf C3TT, 1TEWAA
frxac aad after tMe ante Wells, Pat re A Cuaqseu n
BUY ARD SELL (IRIKC STCCt&.
LUrra! Mmrgtm Alio
CaaBoa, AnraA 26, 1877
SIS EHTABUKHXEttT HAJS PER nTSalD Vf
Id fior 8tle. with all modern euBTeaieutad Iu.
ptUroa win Be fumistaed wita sji
Tl Dolaesde 1 the Seaatow.
Prepared the Bikivl atole nf Uie Art Cnieieie M tVr
BEST FBKiril COOK.),
Selection hrmji mmde frum our rejfu'er sill of turr.
Private re;ne fur ttitmcom.modalior of laliw and futnliiex,
eutraoee a Srt'oad su-eet, opfHHite Oranihj kltnwr.
W eVJh aud parties furrjinhuj itb maupere at .l-in
Dotii:. JPrtete in aeoerd with the tuiiee
HlTtaiKLL OLESCOMCH, lT..pnet..r
Cvaua. Kaveanoer :Y
KASILE WORKS AGENCY.
M. K1C8T HAf
A tilt uf
Lodging and Boarding House
In Firat elhS" .hxpe Ptr" ia Uie r Mavrat't title
A Cood Tab'e,
Gnl a'nin attd n:ti4rutt' iave are iffc;ttl. Tl.r
pmpririor suheiM a fair si:ae oi filroiiaf e.
mks. h. M. KM;i;r.
MR. nnWARI) IIAKPKR iiatix;
BEEN appviuted aent for tnig place of the
GRASS VALLEY MARBLE WORKS.
w prepared te furnish Srae-tnre, Mnnamenta.
Maailea, Marble Ble, etc., ea abert antice, eieter thaw
eaa be fonuki4 by aa ther parties. Cewrrai earl k
aaeo at my realdtnc, sauUi Uie ef- Kfnp street, two Mocks
Mt of a Caaitol, JdOVAltP HARFLR
C. N. HARRIS,
AT I. AW,
rincfel pia: ii.e, coj-Ver cakon
A Kb Y
Cavnton Citw, Xeiatic,
rractiee in all tbe Slate ana FeW Cuens.
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