FBIatAT lAICIT 21. Ml
THE C. P. DISCRIMINATION.
To-day the Williams resolution will be
brought up, and its treatment at the hands of
the Senate will be watched with special inter
est by the people of Nevada. Already the
wire-pullers of the C. P. have attempted to
nhelve it. Stephen Gage and a number of oily
tongued and paid advocates of the corporation
are in Carson instructing the various com
mittees and the members how to act in the
premises. Men of average sense and ability
in the Legislature need no advice from Mr.
Gage or anybody else on the framing of rail
road bills. Would a committee who had a
bill under consideration regarding the pun
ishment of felonies, admit the agents of
thieves, murderers and highwaymen to their
rooms to advocate the views of felons on the
subject? The people do not send Assembly
men to Carson to debate with railroad agents
on the subjeei of lares and freights. Two
years ago an act against ri.rna i , i m.. na
tions was passed by the Ubw..uh-, Any
violation of the act is punishable by im j.rUoii
moot. During ttie past two years tue railroad
companies, through their agents, have con
tinued to violate the law, and every one of
these incu should be in jail to pay lor so do
ing. Let us see how these discriminations
have been made. The Atpkal has received
a mass of evidence upon this subject which
will astonish the people of Nevada when
printed, We take a few samples from the
heap. A box of eggs from Salt Lake to
Cherry Creek costs one man $3 35 a box, and
the same number of eugs, in the tame sized
box, and the same weight, costs another uiau
05 eeuts. A hundred pouuds of squashes
costs one man iu freight $ I 35, aud another
55 cents. Hams, tea and case goods cost one
mau $- 04 per hundred, aud another 55 cents.
These are discriminations against individuals,
by which means the friends of the C. I. Itoud
can drive rivals out of business. A car load
or merchandise from San Francisco to Toauo
costs $2 0 per hundred pounds, $520 per ;ar
load of 20,000 pounds. This is for the shipper
who does not bow to the corporation and vote
and work for the road. Special rates are
granted, however, to friends of the road by
which a car load of freight is conveyed from
San Francisco to Toano lor $245.
The following is a private agreement en
tered into by the O. P. R. R. and a merchant
doing businessalongtheliueof the company.
The name of the merchant is not published
for obvious reasons. The contract is partly
printed and partly w ritten, aud reads as fol
lows: This agreement, made aud entered into this
third day of May, A. D. one thousand eight
hundred aud eighty, by and between the
Central Pacific Railroad Company, party of
the first part, and the hrm of ,
, Nevada, party of the second
Witncsseth: That in consideration of the
agreement of the party of the second part, as
hereinafter described, to be, by the said party
of the sucoud -part, fully performed, main
tained and fulfilled, said party of the first
part liath covenanted and agreed, and dolii
hereby covenant aud agree, tliat upon all the
goads, wares aud merchandise shipped by or
consigned to the said party ot the second part
at , Nevada, on and after the ditto
horeol, and during the term of one year next
'ensuing, the freight charges shall not exceed
the followiug rates, in United States Und
It being mutually understood and agreed
that nil rates hereinafter quoted are "'per one
hundred pouuds," unless otherwise stated.
For all articles not hereinafter specially pro
vided for, if shipped from San Francisco to
Toauo, Nevada, at the rates provided by the
printed Schedule of Rates numbered eigh.een
is and dateil to take effect November 1st,
l7t, which is attached hereto and made a
part of this agreement. If shipped from
Ogden, Utah, to Toano, Nevada, at the rates
provided by the printed schedule of rates
numbered nineteen Hi and dated to take
effect November 1st, 1S7(, which is attached
hereto ami made a part of this agreement.
For Hour, in carloads of not less than twen
ty thousand pounds, from San Francisco to
Toano, one dollar; from Ogdento Toano, fifty
For coal oil, from San Francisco to Toano,
one dollar aud seventy-five cents; from Ogdon
to Toana, one dollar and five cents.
For ordinary gunpowder, from San Fran
cisco to Toano, two dollars and thirty-rive
cents; from Ogden to Toano, one dollar and
For salt, in carloads of not less than twenty
thousand pounds, from Sau Francisco to
Toano, seventy-five cents; from Ogden to
Toano, thirty-five cents.
For onions and beans, from San Franeisco
to Toano, one dollar and twenty-five cents;
from Ogdon to Toano, one dollar.
For dried fruits, from San Francisco to
Toauo, two dollars; from Ogdon to Toano,
one dollar and lifty cents.
The said party of the first part further
agrees that the freight of the said party of the
second part shall be transported without un
favorable discrimiuutiou in the matters of
time and attention as compared with goods
of the same class consigned to other parties.
In consideration of the foregoing special
rates of freight, which are lower tean tue
published tariff, the party of the second
part hath covenanted and agreed, and doth
lieroby covenant and agree to ship or cause
to be shipped by way of the Central Pacific
Rail ro i l all the goods, wares and merchau
dise purchased by or for and shipped by or
consigned to said party of the second part
from the points which may be reached by
way of Toano and the Central Pacific Rail
road for sale or use at , Nevada,
daring the year next ensuing after the date
of this agreement. It being understood to be
the object and purpose of this agreement to
secure for and give to the said party of the
first part the transportation of not only that
portion aud class of the freight of the party of
second part which has heretofore been ship
ped by rajl, but also that class and portion
which it has been the custom of the party of
the second part to ship by other than the rail
road lines owned or operated by the party of
the first part.
It is also mutually understood and agreed that
the special rates of freight herein named are for
the sole nsa and benefit of the said party of the
second part, and the said party of the second
part hereby agrees not to allow the use of its
name or shipping marks in any way or upon
any class of freight, by any other party or
parties, which shall procure for said other party
or parties the benefit of the said special rates of
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set onr
bonds and seals on the day and year first
The C. P. R. R. Co.
By the General Freight Agent,
Can any agent of the road assert in the face
of the above, that discrimination is not prac
ticed. To morrow further facts will be pre
sented to show how the discriminations of the
road are made against towns,
James Gordon Bennett's income is ? 400,
000 per annum, and the Graphic says that
within the past year he has given away more
than 500,000. Micawber's advice is evident
ly thrown away on this young man.
VTTiltj be received to February 1st, at
v v the office of the County Clerk for -Medical at
tendance on the Oou nty Poor for one Tear. Physicians
to furnish medicine; also the care of the County poor.
Also Sealed Proposals for County Printing. For any
information inquire at the Clerk's o fice. By order of the
jaO-lni BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
Parties qualified and desiri ng of representing Agency
of Foreign Fire Insurance Companies, will p'eise applv
to P. O. Box 2269, San Francisco.
References and Bends required. ja21-lw
TO THE FR0F
Dry Goods Below Par
NO AUCTION TRASH.
Cashmeros and Silks,
Satins and Velvets,
from tirst hand., which will be sold at reasonable prices
CLOAKS TO FIT EVEKYHODY.
CARPETS AXO U!I.( LOTJIS.
I,AIE ASD CMILIKi:X-K SB(f i.
Our Stock it Guarantee J to be Fresh
ami New. No 'oo:Is Carried over since
A Fol! Lino of
UKWITRIES, LiqiTORS, IliRDWNRE,
UEXTS" Fl'KXISIIIXO GOODS,
We respectfully invite evervqody to call and obtain
prices oeiore imreiusin? elsewhere. HARRIS BROS.
A SITUATION WANTED.
117ANTED, A SITUATION IN A PRIVATE FAM
ily. as a Cook or Houselc
No oojection to
the eou..try. Apply at this office.
NARE0W GAUGE SALOON
ANO BQWUNG ALLEYS,
OPPCirE THE ARLINGTON HOUSE.
R. K. BROWN, Proprietor.
Chicago Beer Always on Draught.
An excellent cold luneh for natrons of the house. Tho
Terv oe oranas oi vt ines, Liquors and Cigars furnished
to customers. ,-. tf
ESTABLISHED IN 1852
L. P. FISHER'S
Rooms 29 and 31, Merchants' Exchange
California St., San Francisco.
rro all newspaper nabllshe on Ike
Paf flc Cjiii. Ln sandwich Islands. Pol v.
nasi a, le Pert. Panama. Valparaiso.
Japaa. China. Now Z.aia.d ta. A.tra-
Man Svosonio, n.asiern fttalM ana ffaropo.
Waes or n.arly every wapaper published
on oho Pantile ( oast are liopt constantly an
ica, aaw an asversers are allowed tree
San Francisco Vaudeville Company
A FriiL C9MPAIT SPBCIATY ABTISTS
THE DOT PRODIGT,
GEORGE T DAVIS
S CONSTANTLY RECEIVING LARGE
INVOICES OP CHOICE. 8UASOVABLK
G )ODS ANO SELLING AT
HEA9 QUARTERS FOR
EASTERN MEATS ANO FISH.
Hotel, Farmers & Lumbermen's
HOME AHD:SQUTHERS! TRADE ISViTED.
C33SER S13TH 315H ST.?, tCARSS.W.
dcc2 1 m
5H5 1? O JEZ. J3.
4 M O ! T COMPLETE LIXE OF
HOLDAY GOODS !
IHCLUDINC LVTFST NQVtLTIES IN
RIBBONS, DRESS GOODS AND
TO BE HAD AT
ALFRED LI LI ENFFLD'S
nr33 County Buildinc, next to Frank Boeka
DR. F. J. WHITE,
Olltco i On King- street, at rear et WUlUj
9" Residence on south side Spaar Street, center of 6th
block west of Carson street.
(Jails promptly attended, night or day.
Carsrn September le. 1878.
TURN VEREDT IIA.1L,X,
Will commence with the Juvenile Class on SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 23th, at 2 o dock p. M.
Ladies' class will commence on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM
BER 29th, at 2 o elock P. u.
AdulW evening classes will commence on TUESDAY, OC
TOBER 5th, and on rniDAi, wruutu stti,
at 8 o'clock P. u.
CW Parents and friends are respectfully invited to be
present when the Juvenile class is being taught.
A JtLi i. J1 BS
GENTLEMEK, for twelve lessons 9S.Oe
Parable half in advance.
sott lm Arlinirton Hoass.
fljr7f)AWEEK. $12 a day at home easily made. Cost!
U2 Outfit free Address True & Co., Augusta, Maia
Jh (S) TT
FOR THE BEST WIS LATEST STYLES IN
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND
SHOES, HATS. AMD CAPS?,
ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE !
County Building. Carson City, Nevada.
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
JOB PRINTING !
JOB PRiaTIG OFFICE
ALL KINDS BLANK WORK
Furnished to order at tow rates.
la one of the lanreot and mow complete in Hie State,
THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OK
Is called to the fact tlial Jo!) Printing i,f every description
i done at this ofnoeit reasonable rates
CISSULARS An HAK5BSLLS.
Dona at snort notice
MORNING APPEAL OFFICE,
Caksos City, Nkv.
CarsonSt.,oppoiite the Poxt Offic
SEW DEAL IX THE SAI.OUK LINE
Drinks compounded at all hours of the
day or iiljrht.
None but the best of Liquors and Cigars will be kept.
October 16th. lm
P. L. VuciKOVicn, Virginia. C. L. Vucakovich, Carsua.
New Firm .
CICrCESSOBSTOJ. IVANCOVICII. DEAL.
IO ERS in General
Reeeiviti!r dailv bv express, which will be soM at rea
sonable market rates. All orders will be promptly attend
ed to, and fgoods delivered free of charpe to any pa
this city VUCANOVICH BROS.
i .arson sveei. opposite sine vayuoi
City Marshal's Notice.
A DEEP RED COW WITII EAR-HARKS AND
bush of tail cut off, was found on the 7th instant,
running at larare within the city limits, contrary to Ordi
nance, and was impounded, and will be sold for rash to
the highest bidder, in front of Court House, on MONDAY
NEXT, January 17th, at 12 M., if not redeemed by
owner. s. r. owin,
ja!2 City Marshal.
Dfl 1 Kf
rCHIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS BEEN HTltB VP
Jl In fine sulc. with uil rootlet u coitvctiieuse. I
patrons wit! lie furniih'd with all
The iVIli-nritH of tUo m-imi,
Prepared in tin- tiiyh. Hir tf it An u,.u. Vv the
iijt rr.y.xtu rcntu.
$atoetur. bi;ig made from cor turner LU1 f fate.
Private roo::. ? r tbe;icco'uiiud;ttion f Imlies ami faiuiiies
eBLnmcc on ..-oli"f s.r- vt. !it;-i1 tiTO'hl-y Ilwusc
liails and laf.u funiichol witli Mi)t,irs all sko
notide. I'ric :n mwi-r.! wiU. lie lim-?-
ili'R'illr'Ji Cl-KSl-OVlCU, t'rofirie.
ROOMS TO LET.
r Tin: rRfH-inr-rn'H
i in;.' HfiKc :iir7ii'ii
: tic; I. LODG-
: r.ojrins ttn be
the W - EE OR
ru-es that ucb.tali
ren'd ihere at icajnuutu rates, y
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n al ;: .
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with Appliance $
flTTn ordering ' ., send the amount by Register
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required, will be sent by Express, C. O. D. Address
all communicaons, giving size around the waist, to
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OPERA KAIL RESTAURANT.
Opposite the Op4ra Houite, "ortti tni-aon
rf'HIS RESTAI'RAXT HAS BEES Fitted
JL up in first clusj style, and w ill be oieii day and night.
A Fine I'm tin;; llooiu aud Private Boon
The cuisine is presided over by one of th best cooks in
the State. Everything hi the s!iaje ! Fi.sh, Flehh and
Fowl will be kept on nana and e Miked to order.
( Oystfn in Every iStylo
Of the culinary art and at all hours. Attenf'vc waiters
and Cheap Rates. I attend to my own business in person.
Call and see me.
Novtmber 11, 1880.
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