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MIT DAY. FEBRUARY l ! CHARITY, T if ..11 A Tb propositus to sail a pablie mass weet iK th Opr Hons Tharadav evening cf M$twee, !iBCMioMiBg considerable dis cission. It is arrad that in hard times lika lKWoa'whVadfinkiaiaRasUeX B tbi&4k fct, tbajk latU-mas mealing .n'iTHiilRr.la 'Cariro ai art ia d f th air(fcia'litW-: Tr eartaialy mW cbi!rttJW9i,l'r.tbatBej!hbdri. - -lt is curious to ndt9"Us whew poopla raaUy need flalp, th. penoSta h. haiajha . Jaaal, pos'sibje ' hitcrfat Hk.'ttj$fk ara the' fir's o 'Cpnie forward: There ia i ftai!y"iB' this citr-whoea rsUviTW are worik thrawsanda i l dollars, :yt -tfcey abs 111 tfiai..ioWutii&am prffrriii(, tht stoiffhbrtrsl - '" If,- at" tb meeting on i iiiurs- Jr ......,tj..ti : .it. . :.. ."fi. i I. " Ub- evening, K ta .U, aHuwR ,tbt tan poi,J4I".(tsB. ised lodj ejothef arid maij: mora'thanHb p of Ireland; let tha -faadt raisasl devoted te their Assistances Theae nnn.t.a fraua thascfina of IhelciAh famiue shgwa sUUatfairsV, ("Wben men read b deecripiions in the New York 'Herald'' f the extent of disUe and the intensity of tha paople'a salTjrins moay burns' in ibeir pockets. U ironess Coutts comes to tha front with the most liberal donation tha world has ever seen. IS he irst fae $25,000 cash, and new proposes to expend $2,600,000 to ameliorate the con dition of the Irish poor. If people as a ml had such noble hearts as this woman there wauld be very little suffrin and famine in the world. The circumstances which hav caused this tarrible state of affairs are worth considering. Tha English Government has systematically oppressed the people of Ireland for years and Marly every dollar earned by Irish toil gees into the eeffors f the English landlords. Again the Irish people bare siren vast sums of money to support their church, money which might b better applied to feedinj human beings than in erecting edifices which cost millions. It ia urged! that Rom is giving little or noth ing toward th relief of the starring. England whose subject Ireland is, lying on about the ana level of generosity and that the wea'thy Irish of Atnerica are, with few exceptions, doing still less. All this being admitted, the reasons for doing somethinggrew still stronger. Ona man has no excuse for lack of generosity because his neighbor is stingy. (Let the pub It meeting be held anyhow, and if nothing mora than a collection is taken up, it will be something toward a good end and show that there is a little pablie spirifin Carsan. A Mik Million iiai.Whn Dion Bcnci eanlt telegraphed to John Mackey to do some thing for the Irish, the liberal Comstcker came to the front with f 10,000. Leland Stan ford, of the Central Pacific Railway Company, is qaite a different sort of a man, as the fol lowing correspondence stfbws : Hew York, February 13. To LeUnl Stan ford: Won't you give ns something for the Irish Relief f and 1 The interest an th loan is deferred, but the security is goad. Diow Boccicault. Ban Franciseo, February, 13. To IHon Bvucictiult, New York City : For the suffer ing poor of Ireland I hare th sympathy of common humanity, hot there is an ample field nearer home for all that I hare to give. Lblakp Stanford. There certaialy is an ' ample field nearer home," but no one erer knew of Leland Stan ford Baring contributed a cent to any of the sufferers in that 6eld. Perhaps, however, he alluded to the California Legislature, a field certainly "ample enough" for Stanford's sack. Thik. Superintendent Yerington, using the Gold Hill Nf.ws as a monthpieee, says: Letters have already been received from hundreds of men in all parts of the country and many of them Emt who all want to come and work on the road, and who will come if white labor is employed. Once here they can not tret away again, and after the six months work on the read are ended will be laft as ad ditiaaal idlers to be supported. Th Appeal ventures to suggest that by employing th idle men in Virginia City and Carson, all that trouble can be easily avoided. It is not necessary to send to New Jersey or Texas for mn, they can ba found right on the Comstock or in this city at any time. Of all the arguments which the railroad company has yet pnt forward as an excuse for hiring aliens ard Chinese, this last takes th palm for transparency. Tub Chrvniii ia opposed to J. C. Hampton as City Traasurar of Virginia City on the Croands that when appointed chairman of th cittzeas railroad committees last F .Il he man ifested an apathy for the work which wa con sistent only with the theory that his sympa thies war with the read and against th peo ple. It says : ITauiptoB, we think, is more deeply interested in keeping on friendly terms with tLa extortionate railroad corpor ation than with t a people of Virginia City. Therefor wo regard him as net a proper per son to be selected for any municipal honer." Mr. IlaaipiAn is-nol the enl'y man ob the eit izeua' coasnutteawho JelJi be for . railroad fluence. Some of th most loud monihed or th lot were found wautiag in the last hour, aad ar to-day rdapTngTlia benefit of their tteacherr. . .. - . , If any business man any merchant, foondryman, boss carpenter, mine owner, or pther peraon employing Jworkingmen should be known'to have poclteted - nearjy a rkillioBof dillaAas bw-fbrofi4S-of bis Businnss in the vaar 1879. aal should now 4om4for8h-i;2fwiblio BaylSm thatbeHn tended to enlarge bis establish meet, but eoulden't afford to hire - any bnt Chinese laborer, , what would .the public tbinkoj such, a 'pjdrsen? WfanoJ )re bear , a .unani mous andVery auggeBtive grunt. Citrmucle. FridJKi t THaU TEOM4fi A'4em- blyman Fred a. Fisk, who was driven out of hrwpi V-ftv:ek.arfar the ivreli filiaiB Railraad Companjrbecaus of hia honwt anu manly" trotfrse - Srt "th' Lib!atuK':'U't. Winter, is now in Dalles, Oregon, whore he is ongagd in tl?e wholesale liquor business. M'r," Fist? '.was , b.ot OirBrprieora of : the Eureka "Leader." After he was driven from the town the paper was allowed to live on con dition that it would say neUning unfavorable to the railroad. Chronicle. s s ?? i r "S - ft. ft.j teAM r bawcisco nomDers among ner mil lionaire merchants quite a number, of Irish men Buch if 3nstancv as i.71mes' Phelan, Peter Donahne, Myles D. Sweenes, Cornelius O'Kullivan, Richard Tobin, and Mtirphy, Grant & C&S, XUs"jn'S Ptfltl P a pnrsa that would raise th aggregate of the Pacific coast contributions vfor.Jhe relief of their starving countrymen to $100,000. Con tributions from these wealthy Irishmen have not T,b hen -HpWrleT!nhower.-S-lVii-gihifi: C&rdnle7 Thb QriwifRiir Tnereis 1 considerable- excitement- ou the -Comstock oyer the strike in the Quinn mine, owned by Dr. Bron son. The assays are as follows: Vo. 1 Coafse rack; gold, $25 58; silver, $116; total, $141 58. -No. 2 Fine rock; gold, 80; silver No. 3 Selected rock; gold, $22 38; silver, $451 80; total, 44 18. WHITE LEAD. llse ATLANTIC brand, the stand ard Lead. Stipulate for it lit air your yrwirs? ajt irm contracts; Do not permit any other to be' pmplpyed. WITHOUT THB DBS OF DHDQ8, XKI ESV QUSBTjQDTO BKND FOB THEELECTIM; - - - - - - - - - - i REVIEW, AM MLLUBTKAiaiJ Juu" i - - I - lt-ip lrPVIt DIM1! kl HII'HOM. $6o Agents 9 f r'orrt St.? Sah'Frahciscoi - - 1 1 1' 1 -lit iri.fcii ' ' .it f !' f ... ":;.!' H?. r,L r is.' i; rt: t : i !:-'t ' 'Kr-- o it r i.. m Owing to greatly increased co?t ; of material the price of ATLANTIC PORE WHITE LEAD has he S ad vanc?ed. . ...... C. T. RAYNOLOS t Co. . : ''' ; x Sole Agints 9 FrontJSt., San Francisco. . . . CAUTION. Chicago "Feb". 14. Ban. E. B. Washburn authorizes the Inter-Ocean to say that he is a candidate for neither the Presidency or any other office, and that it is his earnest desire to se Grant nomiatd by the Republican party and elected. ; ! V'-'V .' . ' The Inter-Ocean flies the ticket of Grant and Blain. which it says it believes will sweep the country. . 'J . . . Th Baroness Burdette-Contt has long bean noted aa an" the leading philanthro pists of tha igalMt ie; ,t(l that , her last gift to the poor of Ireland wiil be invested in land in the distnat-of Qonnamara, County Gal way, to ba afterwards let to small tenants at Ions leases and moderate rents. A. com mittee of Irish gentlemen are associated in th scheme. Frank Priteliard, a hotel runner, was eow hided in th streets f Portland, Oregon, by the daughter of the proprietor of the Revere House, Miss Molli 3Iatthews, whose eharae ter he had assailed. The young woman met him an the street, charged him with th au thorship of th reports, and predd to chastise him severely.' Few Twrk, Feb. 14. A Washington special says : It is bow probable that Alklin of Looisina will b xplld for his connection with the alleged bogus report from the Foreign Relations Committee. The dispatches have mad mention of no such report. If expelled, it will b by votes from both sides of the House. The problem of what to do with the Utes is solved at last. Rev. Mr. Cowly of Shep herd's Fold notoriety is to be appointed to the White River agenoy. Iher are only about 4000 of tbe Utes, and it is calculated iknf 1. a nan ckovwA tliom all if ilatttli irwi of a year. Gold Hill Newt. NEW TO-DAY. P. L Vnctsovira, Virginia. C. L. Vuca.movic, Canon VUCANOVlclilWTKEHS, s lirrR4.ORTOJ. 1VANCOVICH. DUAL- ERij iu Cnral GROCERIES, PROVISIONS FRUIT SVEGETABLES 37" I 331- BTC ETC HnviTinr dailv bv xDre. which will be so'd at rea sonable uiarkat ratcB All cr.fers will be prnmptly attend ed to. and gool deliercd tree ! charge anv part 01 ihigcitv. VL'CANOVJCH BKW. Carson ftreet, opj-oiite utatc Capitol. c BIBBED WIRE FENCE. ABLE LAID OOUSwE WIRE. FOUR POINT STEEL BARBS The best and cheapest F nee knowii. Ho other Ftaev eiiial to it. Miuiufacturdd under licence from th boMern i.f the original paten u.. Put uj on 100 lbs. ieel. Send tor circul ra. All Kinds of Wire, Iron, Kretl and Galvanhe 1, for bail i..s;, tincinjf, telet,Tnh, telephone, etc. etc.. "IVIRE HOPE OF ALL KINDS I STOCK AND MANU FACTURED 10 ORDER. A, 8. HALLlblE, Wire Mi I In ana ire Rope Work, jan-30-em California ft., 8n Kraucisco. NOTIOH. ILL PBSOIS .IAY1 CUIDS A- G ALS'ET uncieinied will yImM prwi-nt tbm iinmf liaKly. acd ill pcrsoas indebted to him are requested to zaaJle iynat ml wie-vane r atsere tna ietn my pi Mareh,188. JLRUME IVAAwtMlvft . -Carson CKT, ReTSoa, renruary uta, issv. The price of ATLANTIC PURE WHITE LEAD having "been advanc ed, property owners are cautioned against the substitution by Pinters of cheap, low grade Leads, which, owing to Inferiority in quality, can be bought for considerably less than the present cost of raw material. 0. T. RAYN0LDS & Go. Sole Agents, 9 Front Street, San Francisco. REWARD. WHEREAS THE SUBSTITUTION OF IN FER10R, CHEAP LEAD, WHERE ATLAN- Tl C HAS BEEN SPECIFIED, IS NOT ONLY A FRAUD UPON THE PROPERTY OWNER, BUT A DAMAGE TO THE REPUTATION OF THE ATLANTIC BRAND, WE HEREBY OFFER A REWARD CF $50 FOR SUFFI CIENT EVIDENCE OF SUCH SUBSTITU TION BEING MADE. 0. T. RAYW0LDS & Co., Sole Agents, 0 Front Street, San Franciseo. SELLING OUT AT L MORRisi CO.'S TKEiE nrrraa btock vr MUST BE SOLD WITHIN THE REIT SIXTY BAYS. Hrp..ii n rllt4 to I- Harrin 4k Co. will plHe call siud aMle tbflr BM'omita, Tbe prruian nt oacnpf ed tba sor r trerti Ir aaale. i FRANK B0SK0WITZ. 1 MERCHANT TAILOR McN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING! MATS AND CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES, The Only On Price Clothing Store in Carson ! OOCWTY iruil.DaN. 0mm Slmt, Canon City, .Wada. CARSON CITY SAVINGS BANK INVALIDS jjffD OTHEES SEETDia . STRENGTH JJD EHERGT, BASKERS, BRBXHS APfD FIRS INSUR ANCE AGENTS. CARSOH CITY, - NEVADA. kUBrma utocks boddt axd mw OS OOJIUIUSION. FmaciMoCHTM7on4et . 7. . . Latham A King Ommb hfwnktr 1, IS77. BOOKS MISSIMC. rFM THE STATE 1 IBB.1BY. ATfY 1 .t.m. t,.vi in their BWWuiiiii " Widkrfl Am. Law," "Bip' Kirst took yf tb Law," and 33d volaiae rtANCvn iMBaKiHWir, ClsA Jferaita Sum Ubrvry. 17 "ft TtsiTs'vpi iAi.;t!BtK5it. A em Cm!tur, and ia a eonplt nrelop"Oa f kilot-mtiBVi for !nvafirfiiiit!o',ha nW Itoib : KrrMa, Exhausting Ad Trnlnfrfl DiaM. Unrj mbiMt thitl bnra noon heftlllrmi human happiiMaa, nemrn afVeat 4 jt.fitri T Ml tioaa aaiTbi WiW.r S.iSE!!' of a ear, art an"oirfWf,- ajfid valuable tTvoVttoa. . ae4WferW at.iifaa -Tb wbiet at BlactrM Blu tma fi hikav; aa ' ! -l)ajid. pnraBOO viU impo.iha.ea.,.. aaSgrmg-rqiMa& t-daryW"1- m aad atom ifba.n$p 4.f ''I aod tW mailt rlooniy towwiimwt oiwlT to tton, etc., are ciiaCM)'' vflMw4' ,9lt 0l,"olu,, " tfy'StLECTnif! RKVTKW rxpoMa t W Tfm1tt4 r ro imelurd It nek and owl! taiBajoa.Ae- ; vrottm to ''piaetlct iB.VatpWa :,!, , xl, fr. inmple, tptd-ffimtiJ,.,.. ;,ancTBadilf Knnn. ' , .., ji.J.,r. 8hd Tour addreaa an portal ard a a pT, ad VformaUon worth thaoaaada will ba aeat fm. ' acMraaa, the publiahen, "'' fflrjJiMni-. $ PULVERMACHER GALVAH1C CtJ EIGHTH & VIMfc STREETS. C4MCMHIAH 0. ; 1 .l. .T:".-7r-.t-. ,ju iiiieiiiil: line - ANOTHHM AT THS TME HOUSE OF Wmtt BROS. Hvive at vo ooit kwtibb stock eaoaiatlue ei Cfwoeriss, Hardware. Orain nd Four, Cre?sirf, nttMG, BT, aBOC8, BAT A Sit OESTS' F-HS!S!'!3 C038S, To ear new hurldtag, we are new pepaed to sapper customers aad toe puble geoerally with eveBr4iB line at CATLY REDUCED PRICCC. We hivHe evaryoodf to oaR aad eoarpara rrtoaa a geeda befo pwehaainf etoewheie. Hr CHARLES MRTTKLDORFKR aanine; the entire Bibnaeetaent of our Dij ood Departmat, would he f leased to see bu manou. HAHJU BBO. Oarson. Sept. St. 18TB. CHANGE OF M1N4GEMENT m pBornBTois. OAILSOX CXTT, MET ADA, SB A BP BtBTDm, - Prertra, iv.:- u...i n.. mA) nia.ranttw uad nrntraHT lecattd in the city, heing near t pricoifud bUBweea houses and the SUit jal oi. rra. n.Mtmnt i. ihiHot thi raanaeesneDt e experienced heada, and no ipeuce will be l'' plymr the taole wnn tna dcti mamarmc. J. W. SHAKP (formerly ef the Keri liuufce, Bapa, California), Mannager. THE ORIMSBY HOUSE Is the aeaianarter for aU the stafe Hoes leavinc Canea Transient Kate 2, $2 6 and $3 Uesit ..' 60 cents each Charon City Bepteather 19, UTS. 16 Booth's Oysters, - $1 per Cud. CEORCE PERASICH, SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, Vfaohwale aad resacl daaOer ia nWH FHCITfe, VKQKTABLES, COKFBOJTiOS, KTC rpHB TODEKSIGNKD HAS ON HANfc 1 and h) daily reoeiviaff tbe Clioicea aVwilts, Kretheat VesrwtabaM. Best Canfeieaa Choice Cimwro, F wlf ry, Bamcb Kggtt. Ec 5. B. Ortie promptly filled aod delivered as per reatfcaa. GEORGE PEKASICH. Carann street next to Theater aaloon' CAGWIN & ALLERi J-WWS DEAL.KRS AND STTINBM, ctn.KA juinmc biawbv. Iiclnr Frams a Kpcd '. larfe amersment. of Spectacles and Ke-?Uaaes also dealsai in NoreltifS, Yankee Noauos, Toi Soap, Perfuntory. ahremiis StutSoaery, 8ol-ol aad Biauk Buoks. Fhmrt ai Beak Hate fea-aiebed at attar notice Orraae a.jad PI a i oh at Lovreat Peestble Batee tate.RlCA S SIUKBSEWl!VO UifHIMIS PISTOLS, FIRE AH MS AND AMUCSITIOaT AT LOW BUT ntn;ji.B. fOS give special attention te the delivery of :01 Paper ana renuunau. The Clold Hill News deiiTerea - iel3 AS0N & CO., NORTH CAACON STRCST, CAHSeK VHV. :VA1A. .1 (i- w HWtllALI AI f a m o o ib 3rt ;i jsl, & Provisions, Grockery, "v ( ' Glassware, Lard, Grata An ALL. ANTViMl imAti.T KEPT rs a Of ft aWet SMNuttb easiness in wtAeh ttr are ajl sT Oram tabes sad (Seeds detvwred "' TO AWT PAST T TH. CITY mil Of CHARGE . MASON A CO. Oanea. atav t 11M S. REINTEIR, .. . . ...... A- . - : i. . I SaeeBsesrtfttUmata Mbaa J HUL1WALH AJVD Tr AtoV BSAUKK Croceries, Provisions, Hardware, Crockery, Cteksswara , Tinware, Paints, Oi!, EtG. Bran p vrdKSB, lpqdoss Airo eroaaiii!. rant BBAIBT, PORT A KB Per medlelaa. use. OasjJsj MiTere Pre, of tB.M- par af tke elty aad vMaity.-M Wteh She awaraacM sf Bnt-Jiaat foods, sal oa A KlCINPSKBJf, oUe tea Baiiatxc eupeeiu She MaMt. B WELLS, FARGO & CO., AKBE7BM. EXCJH ANGB AMD KSPfUlS OF KICK. CABSOeT CITT,-NBAlhA From and after tfai date Wetta, Parse A Coaapanj w BUY AND SEIL M toil KB 3TCWS. LiWral tlmrgim A 11 owed ww Apptemd Stocks. Canwa, Aagvet 26, 18TT MITCHELL'S RESTAURANT, Carson, Nevada, "fL OPPOSi PE CArTPOL. JACOB TOBRINER, wsxiunaH ana aavtH. HMSt H M PORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS IPIS, SIOKiXPS- ARTICLES. CLTLERY Kte Etc Etc V ' rrySXt ESTABLlSmJENT HAS BEEN CTTTSD f W hi flue style, with all modern eonveaiaaees. In- pairoaa win ae-niraiboea-wits au ' Tb Ieltrrea af the Heuaon. Prefiaf ed ia the InytuMt style of the Art Conine y t k BEST FREKH COOKS. Strleetiau betas made fri.ii our regular bill of inn. Prirat, roms for tbraerocnn odntioa of Indies and families, eatniove on Second sU'eet,' eppo9ite Onucbv UMie. AT Bulls bhd nartiee furuinhnd with suyers at borx notice, fricts in acoiq-d witit the times MITCHELL CLEKCOVICH, Vr.rkior. Caraon, KoTwniber b. MORTON HOUSE. ARLINGTON BLOCK, eAHKO CITY KEVADA IsjtllB MARBLE W0J5KS AGENCY. MR. Til WARD HARPER IIAT1XC BEEN appointed agent for this place of the GRASS VALLEY MARBLE WORKS. s bow prepared to furnish ftrare s'ouct, Monuments, Haatles, If arhls Tile, etc, an abort netiee, eht-aier naa be foraiahed by any ether asrtie. Ieignt eon b seen at my resideaoe, sousb tads ef- Kinp strett tw Wks est ef the Oapitol, MltM. II. Jtl. K1KP.V ff AS RKrilTED a-Si) opcllvd I'n.f Lodging and Boarding House Iu First eliuis haf.e. llf als strYd in the reftaBrarit atyle A Cood Tab'e, (iood intuition and m derat rat sre cfftirJ. Tie projjHc'- 4knta fair eLare of p&iruiag& ' . r- j -;aili8. H. U. KIKtY. C. N. HARRIS, ATTOU3EY AT LAW, OFFwE ! RINCFM- BUIWKfl, CONNER CARSOIt Cantoa Cltr, Ifovayiln. PracVeea in alt b State aatl Fsdel rjuarts.