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25 .4t i MOHNi KG A PPEAL. hi A AUCTION SALE! THUKSDAY.. j!AV 5. IS81 O N TCESO.U', MAY IO. 8?.EPilG BEBUOTIOMS! THE BEST LATEST & 1 aX.:-0 THE CRIB3SKE8 AXI HAKPEKS. rrta.B 1 1 O'THISG NEW ABVCBTISEM ENT PS fTl a war has broken out between the Seribner's and Harper's Mr gazinea over the printing of the "Carlyie's lleminis cences." It appears that Fronde, whose works have been heretofore published by the Scribners, had control of his friend Carlyie's "Reminiscences," and chose to. give them to his American publishers, instead of to the Harpers, 'who had always printed Carlyle's books, and were, "by courtesy of the trade," looked usjon as having a right to the advance .sheets of the late Chelsea philosopher. When Fronde gave his own publishers, the Scribe t-: "Reminiscences," there w ' : ,v. ? of rage from the Harpers, and active war was determined upon. Within five days after the Seribners . published Carlyle's book, the Harpers flooded the market with a -cheap edition, the sale of which materially all'ected that issued by the rival house. The Seribner's Monthly has been, ewr since-it started, the best magazine in America, both from an artistic and literary standpoint. It has brought wood engraving to the bightest stale of perfection so farr.ttained oneither side of the Atlantic, and com pelled the Harpers to employ better artists and spend more money, or fall behind. The Harpers was i n i ts d stage when Seribna's started. Its okl-fash-ioned scenes of Southern plantations, its illustrated trips in the "far West," its Port Crayon sketch es,and its utterly stupid "Editor's Drawer" becamemore and more tiresome to the public, yet it got to be a sort of household standby and people took it from force of habit. The advent of Seribner's into the field was an astonisher to Harper's. Every thing in the new magazine was fresh, original and artistic' Its art depart ment especially commended itself to the lovers of beautiful engravings, and its course in that respect was one of steady progression. Artists were glad to con tribute to its columns, because the spirit and technique of their work was sure of faithful reproduction. In the Har per's every picture had the same marks of mechanical handling and monotony of engraving. In Seribner's, a picture in oil is so reproduced that every stroke of the brush is apparent, and a crayon sketch still has all the desiinctive traits of a crayon drawing. Every touch of the a-tists pencil is restored, because the engraver, having a commendable respect for the artist,' sinks his own in dividuality, and gives the artist the best possible chance. The Harper's threaten to exterminate its rival, but the public cannot be driven from the support of a magazine which has be come so popular and interesting as the Seribner's. The latter has but to main tain its standard of excellence to retain its friends, while every child in Ameri ca will stick by its Si. Nicholas. The Keeiy ni'itor has cotre agani to y the front. A public exhibition was given recently in Philadelphia, Com mander Gorringo and others being pres ent. The machine is described as an odd looking collection of globes and tubes, consisting of generators and en gine. A glass of water poured into half a dozen funnel-topped tubes pro duced in twenty-nine seconds a pres sure equal to 15,000 to the square inch. This force applied to the engine caused rapid motion controlled by touching an iron disk or drawing a bow over a tightly stretched steel wire. The ex periment, it is said, was satisfactory to the specialists present, and the public aek for particulars. Some of thobic newspapers are tell ing what kind of a thing the newspaper of the future will be: what will be Use newspaper when prefectiou in making one shall have been attained. It is very easy to foretell that the perfect news paper will not bo like unto the big news paper of the present. To perfect that institution in the future a vast amount of rot now given as news will have to be omitted. Free iMnte The Gold Hill News rises to remark that the "mill of the gods'? must be deo Mills. Nevada freight shippers think that it is the mill of the devil. Cat son Valley, I v.'i!' SELL AT P 0 8 LIB to tub highest bidder. Persona? property oonsistii: in pars of Wagon. Ci't. T-P B..v. Ti a Work Horses, Vouns 'or es, one yoke Work Oxen a quint i v of ba'cd and lo se H,y, etc.. etc. oi, which ,ust bo' told will! ..lit reserve to wmu up buueM. :"ler, aw-, or thna n ton w.th aprov a indorse ,n,r.t: interest, at l'i p r con', jr mornn i,y .f th2 iinve propery may be purciOttu a. p iva.c sale a:u,ytUevn application. KL-1CBER. mvt For Mvtit, Appiy to J. T. i'REPTVi, Freight OiFee. nivltf CARSON OPERA HOW FASHIONABLE EYE5T. Tuesday Evening, May Ap;:oariscc of the Popular Tt'a'eiiiaa 10 THOS. W- ICEEFE, Vho--e success the pait season has bten pronounced by presi and public phenomena . Mr Keone will be suppor ed by a spceis'ly aalccted com ' ' piny under tue luanajftliient of MR W. R- HAYDEN. Shakespeare's Grand Hurtorical Tragedy in Six Acta, III, OR THE Battle Of BDSWorth Fieli. Glostfcr (ITicrvvards Ring Riebard III1. T. W. REESE. Atlmii'iion - 81 00 No extra eha -e for Reserved Seats. Thaeof seats v.ill comraeiiee tatur-Uy, Mays, -.t Fox'o U.,.k ttore. EEDUCTI0N OF FARE. THE EOUTHERPI TRAWSF0RTATI0N COMPANY ARE NOW Carrying Passengers to Mk FOR 88 OO. t. C. WIIEEI.EU. A CraTiagc Painter. Ajsply Immarflatfly at QUO BEHTQH'S LIVELY STABLE M J I T 32 A II 1 i-ll.l. TAKE A FEW SCHOLARS IS i V IuKtrnment.il Music Oiirir" the Summer on pbno or orcan. Orders left at Foi'i "book store er si-nt through the rostctaei will re ceive rrr'V.:'t attention. For Sale . RSSIOS-fCE tli' GEO. GIElLSO". SoxthCatrsois street, With or wiihout furniture, i nquire on the pwia'.ses. Tenns easj . f X TME RIHTBIC1 OITRT OS? ' Stc . I iil .Ituiii-ial District, of the Btots of Nevada, in anil for Onnsiiy county. Jokki'U Ikvine, I Notice to Creditors fs. r of Insolvent. His Ckeditors. J c, ... Pursuant to an nulernt tho Hon. 8. D. King, udtre of tlio sai.I district Co-art, in ami lor Oi nis bv county, NoTi.-e is hereiiy jriven lo all f he cred itbrsoftho nai(t iitsol venr, -owpli Irvine, to he anil appear before iho said Judgi-, in open oui t, at the Court 1:00:11 of said Court in arson city, 111 the said eountv of Ormsby. 011 tne sixth day ol June. A. IX 18l,atl'i o'clock a. m. of that day, then and there to show.cause, if any they can, why the prayerof said Insolvent shoaul not be griiited, and an assignment of his estate be m ide. and he be discharged from his deb's and liabilities in pursuanceof the Statute in such case male and providtd, and iii the mean mie all proceedings asaiiiM said In.-olvent be stayed. Witness mv hand and tiie seal of said Coiir sEL this '23th day of Ap ! A I. 18SI. , , ap30 M. D. H4TC3, Clerfe. SOW I S YOUR TIIUI E to ;Esy-.E8if.6& tw of our fir.n to Kan Francisco wa hnv. decidtd to selo.it our we.l selected stvCi ui nv au.1 seajufcao t goods at ruinous y pnc.i. smimi bicu3t:css m ui elfafjmest?. Immense liarrklni for cur Costoamn 13 Yards LaiVislala Mnsiia for $1 CO 18 Yards Csl!co for 1 (0 s XarSi l.it Ibfins fur 1 CO iwmtf.ruMT are button', new defers, tw.-r.ty-f vj ceiits perd zn, atia au ouiet . ... . a dav.-i yoamelve, of Lae miiT-'-Jii y w pr.ct. OLCOVICH ERO. T01THE FRONT. Drj Goods Below Far NO AUCTION TRASH Cashmeres an d Sslks, Sat'n : n :J V3!ni5, FTom first hand wnicb will be sold at reaaauable prices CLOAKS TO FIT F.VEBVB9DT. LADIES A3SD CIUI.nKE.V'S SHOES.; Oaf Stock i.Gnftraiitee;17to";be Trenlt an 1 Sew.lSoGo h Carried over s 5 use tlie I'looiU. A Full Liiie'of GRuCERfES. LISIUOR. CSICliSSY ., UESrS' FUKSflSJIIXQ GOODS, HARDWARE. .ETC. W Nanvlfu'lv invlts evirvbiJv tl 3l"l I'll Ol t I.af x . .... A i r !4Jfl i- It v V I I 7 GEOEGE T. DAVIS, Career Sistii and Carsoa Streets, OFFERS FRESH AND M1Y GROCERIES AHO PROVISIONS. EEEPS IJ STOCK Choice New Bapee Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacofl aad Haias. -ALSO COilL OIL, BEST AND CHEAPEST ACF.XT for GARDEN SEEDS, 3lfiCK AHO GSAflT POWOEH, AND CALEFORNiA LSftSE. SAIL FOS PRICES & mtmt QUALITIES ap22tf JIOTICE Of AM UAL NESTING, fllE ANNUAL .MEETING OF TPE STOCKHOLDERS I of 1 ha Virginia and Truekee Caiimati Companj wil be held nt the ottiee of the Comp ry, in the city of ir 'ii:ia. Neiadit, on Thursday, the tei.th day of Slay, 1M, at 1 ioVloek u W. M TQORNTOM, Secrft-.mr. r m ill Si! vis SHOES. HATS ao ?o ONE PRICE CLOTHING STOKE ! Ccurty GOODS MARKED IN B . HAYES 1? jSL ZXOK.! ana a FcrlW-1 Fit aaraulei- A FULL STOCK OF F?.EM;il WMmr, TWEEDS AND ALL-WOOL GOODS CON STANTLY on hand. nrAiluAtTr.KSTx oaksox sr. south of .sfear MRS. WIWNISS L0DCHKG HOUSE. OH CUESIE STEEET, JustKorth of the V. & T. Eailroad Track. i-: a.wm rooms will do well to rail ani examine tliem beior,; s ekmp ekewberc- apH UOEHtOTlQE. ...nr wTCT 1 Vll XITY ,1 "I" IHn rtv ' ' ' y must be paid loruiwitn. cpl7 S. T. SWIFT, City Marshal KAISER'S RESTAURANT Opposite tiie Ornatby 5I-sp, Carton St. FROPRIETOfl. Having ParetaT.ii.Hi MKetacIl' Ketaih 1 will lit future run It as the Leading Kotuarant ot Ilia City. Ul'HlS RESTAURANT HAS BEEN Filtml up in Urot class styiu, aim win uo "i- A Fine Eatfus Ko:n ami Privjtte Rooau for I.atlios. The cuisine is presided over by one of the best cooks in the Mate. . every (.riin m i.t"- oh Fowl will be kept on liaiM ana c loitea w orutr. Oysters in ICvery Htyle Of the culinary art and at all hours. AttmfTe waiter and Cheap Rates. 1 attend 10 n;y own iutaci m p I mill anu geo me. Maicii Z4, l&il. TO THE FRONT AGAIN ! irntiv (i. flY E IV W U VLkMU FPSH lasortmer.t of Oooks, JVSusic anc? JeweJry. cuws w- AMMDSITiaS And eve ytiun in the sporting line All the leading Periodicals and liazine of America CutrJcry, Fancy ArticJos And a "eneral assortment od almost CYerytllin? that ea be boturht for money fl8 W,NTEI EY A tJEKMAN LADY, A place in a family to do general iiOuscork and cooking. 1 nquire ex t his office. Tf aji. $12 a day at home easily made. Ccstly vj) i5 oj'.i. free. Address Trae Co., Aujta, Maine. ivhH 1 AND GikPfi 'z?x.T- ft ui:ding. GsfGcn City, Kevacta. i PLAIN FIGUIUOS. ARLINGTON HOUSE, VTOKTM CA3D5i STIi-ST CASO CITY, HEYASA. C han ge ct tv n agemont. The Arlii oa Eouic is i.( w urdi r e gi'.ptrrlflion ol KealisinK that li'.ttl must bo run pr'w ta nui t-e tiue3,"the iDai-agcnitct has maiie a nwtepiug ro ducikur: Bomwl5. i'naril, f3 fw. JI-nh Dp. l5oa.nl au MomUl KOOMS a!! nfwij furni.hi'J arid armmcdationa tur 100 pcoplcj THE TABLE will be second to note in tlie State. THE B'li will tie supplied with the bfflt brand o Wines, Liquora and Ci:;ars. l-Goad coots aad o:.tlemai.ly waiter hae been cured. marlfitf O. L. S HERMAN, Troprctot. THE S??.!H8 GfiftlPAIGH KOFi,i;L& P Hi ATT iRE CONST AN'ff Eli RECEIVING NEW Involc(-t) ofGaoL'i atlbe 20 P. N E EOF CARSCfJ A kD THIRD ST.REETt Oppoiie the St. Charleg llotel. Kow is the time to view their magnificent new stock of I SPRING and SUMMER G30D3 Cons'stic of MENS', YOUTHS' AD SDY'S CLQTK1N5 Of all the latest and moist approved sty Icb; lints, '!, Trnuhs, VailxeN, Collars. Ei. S TAT E PRISO SOOT AND SHOE FACTORY. A rPCLitlO A11TICLK OV BKAin BOOTS AND SHOES For b1o at the State's Prison, Carson, Nevada, he attention of tietrao'ein Hpccialrj invited to the bove kooJh Orders promptly cxnte.i. . C. BATrEitMAN. W.rden. Contracts for Convict Labor JX .Irt'OflDWCH IVI'I'rt THK PKOVIb ions of law, tuilioiiz ni the con'racllntr of convict lah"r, proposals will b - reeiv il fimixt dayi (ri ra April 1. ltidl, for the liire of convict labor wiUiin the wIN of the Ne vada Sta-e 1'risou, for any period not to exceed fivo years. S aid bids must Fpteify tl e mi" b'T of c nviets r&uired ilaily, wie eotnh'n; u:on per dieiii, and th kind or char acwr of iroik to be done. Bias should be ndJr ..wad "Boar J of Ptatc Pris n Conv miiwiomeiv, Carson City, J Nevada.', Ey or ier of tha Board. J. O. tdlE.-j.i'lY, Secretary. Carson, M..rch 31, ISal. aprl-30d JJ CC a week in your own town. Terms and ft null tPJUfr,. Address II. Hallett ti Co., Portland, Mains 5".T? Lfii.ii7yl D?f. F. J. YHITE, 1 On Klnjr HtiBi-t. t rar ot WU11. I'j si jeiH ta -ir.:!i s.iit- sior Street, cyntorjof o-;k wi.it of Cjrton strc-t. V'Ca."s prianptiy at'cnoeJ. iW'.i ' dv . u Stva.'i'lu.i 10 , .