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svri'KDAV MAY 1. IH7H THE DKAI) LOCK IN CONGRESS. !'he Democracy do not fit well to the gar iivuts of Purity. They arc too large and I. vint; for thi'iu in one direction and too i:it and clone-fitting in other parts. When li. relel contingent undertook to conduct the u ventilations whicli were suddenly fetched . i head hy their chief object, Mr. Blaine. !ny had a much stronger force in the Lower H nise of CoatreM than they have now. I'lu y seem to have thinned their ranks by the )'iisiiit of unnatural a design as the Kvmsing of the Andean Stables." Indeed, in; precise habitat of those famous apart m 'ats is 8') nmch enwraped in the mists of f 'i tainty that even a cleaner sweeper than modern Democracy is like to find it difti to determine when and where and how !y his broom. And now our deluded iMvihren, South and North, are at it, under ! leadership (f Sainiiiy Tilden's man Potter, ! '.-11 where a certain suppositive cheating v., ''.i the political cards took place in the Presidential election of 1870. After having liquidated tiie black voters of the Confeder al.; States into a condition of virtual disfran- . .-ment, ater the wholesale frauds in New Y.nk and Wisconsin and the petty larcenies l ine in tile n unc of Cronin and Hlue Jeans V iliiauis, in Oregon and Indiana, then : lilies this attempt to make the lamb respon- ible for the troubles of the wolf and brand ul'.'i fraud the only legitimate measures of i-i i'auco to tyranny and chicane inaugurated ii i If.) South. The deadlock which exists in tin' House of Representatives should never '"i' bntkeii. ltetter solid and stubborn non i' t;-Mi than positive dialiolisni. There has ! n no cheating possible in Dixie save n::i!i-r rebel inspiration. What Republicans !: in Congress from the South are there as a on npience of the only free expression of hi ir,h of that section ever made possible. l.Vhel rule presupposes and premeditates the :'i-i!ute suppression of (ill legitimate oppo--iti n. The "iilv HUtressfnl resistance to the h.iii-l-tti of Italv is thn u'. force ::iid arms -.I.: sustained In incorruptible K.iulii. Tin-re i; oe no honest return to Congress of any i :; cut of th'j L"st Cause. As to what was :i in the States in In iiiisiaiia. Florida and - Carolina in behalf of the Republican 1 1 '.lees for the Pi'e-iitel.ey and Vice Pi'esi-1- ii.- in I S7' they wtrc the la.-t, best stniu' - t loyalty and I nil tiisia in the Coiifed- It matter- not that ilnw effort- v.ere lir. .-ted toward the elevation to power of an iirji-i'C mm! a htn-k-t . r -neb a- Haves is. tiny i '.:; legitiliia;.' : .rod we ;:!t '.;!ad to .see that tin- I .'epublie-ui.- in Congn -s. disi egarding the I '-' lout's ilesert ion .f the loyalists of the exhibit a determination to stand by ; . - i .lit hf u! and ei aiva ii '! patriot-. e imc '.t (: tt ill. The heroi.-in of the Letter House - i.i.-plnycd and will ''. maintained in .-pite - i: Vou; Tin-: : i ' 1 . Il'i: u Have- and the dciuondiation of his W R K 1 NO M EN S I iISsKNnK NS. do not like Denis Kearney s doimA ami s. nor et his assoeiatc-. tone or temper, e do re-poet Denis mole, or, rather, we have !.'- disrespect for him and his, than we invr for Knight. Rooiiey, McCahc tV Co. We ii -;: -e all small and big shams. Denis is a Hiui!::g and a nuisance; but the other fol low -a re .i m ply servile imitators of his. of .ii:...,. one naturally feels in hopes that the apparent dissensions in the ranks of the so ealled Workingmen will cause their demorali zation as a political force; but the despicable hiiraeter of the dissenters is none the less apparent. As to the elf-coligi"itulatiojis ob - rvable in eeit iin ipiaiters over this " rup ture." i hey simply over-glorify a very impo tent attempt to defeat Kearney y a very old ami very inell'eetual trick. It is our own pinion that Kearney is all the stronger for I lie opposition of the secede rs of the County i -imaii tee of San Francisco. At till e vents, he i- s i much of a power as not only to com ;u and the enthusiastic support of the Sand-lot mob. but to be dreaded as an irresistible power w illllll till ran ks of the secede).- This wild. j.a-sio:i ite. incoherent movement of Kearney .'v. C i. will hum itself out till in good time, jn-t a- the 'ru-ades against whiskey did ; but i hey will imt be diverted nor rendered una vailabh' by the cll'orfs of such cheap and notorious mercenaries as have been hired to brill-: It'iii to a counter fheek. J-'hn IJussell. Earl of King.-ton-Riis.-eIl, died at ids home ill England yesterday in the 'tli year of his age. He has not been prom inent in English politics of late, but his ser vices in years past stamped him as an emi nent statesman and conscientious patriot. Ry l ie I .itiiobes of the Kingdom, especially, he was !,, Id in great esteem and veneration, he bein-; i!. principal advocate of the Catholic Emancipation Act, which he succeeded in forcing through Parliament in ls-j'.i, after ligliiaie; for it. nine years. He has been twice Prime Minister of England, from LSltJ to IS.VJ, and again from LStio to liSM, succeed ing Lord Pahnerstoii. Since his resignation, in the l itter year, he has been an unofficial supporter of Liberal measures in the House of Lord-. On the pending question of war uith Russia, he has been conspicuous for his opposition to the Government, and by his death tin- peaee-at-any-priee party in Parlia ment io-vs a staunch friend and powerful supporter. THE CALL FOR THE REPCRLICAN STATE CONVENTION. There has been a disposition to perpetuate the whimsey of making the State Conventions of the political parties in Nevada "moveable feasts,'' and Carson having been voted down, we are glad to note that Eureka lias been voted up. In other words, if we could not have the Convention here, we are glad to see that the Central Committee has been con siderate enough to name Eureka as the hold ing place. Rut we do not see w hy it was thought necessary for the Committee, in the middle of May, to fix the time of a Convention whose duty it w ill be to nominate a ticket which cannot be voted on before November. Five months and a half in advance of the election is too long a time, it seems to us, to summon the party to a preparation for its work at the polls. Now that the mistake (as we regard it), has been committed, we are frank to say that we had hoped that the time for holding our Convention would not be made public until after the Democrats had shown their hands. If there is any advantage to be trained in haviii" a chance to see what your opponent proposes to do before acting your self, the Republican Central Committee would seem to have made the precipitous blunder of giving the Democracy the advantage indi cated. The Rksom for May, published by the students of the University of California, has reached us and is as bright, entertaining and readable as usual. We note an improvement in the absence of heavy labored articles. Everything is short and spicy. We clip. "Give mc pair of your pants," said an undersized sophomore to a tall freshman. "What for'" asked the astounded one. "For gun-eovcrs. My room-mate and I have joined the new riile team, you'll see our names in The Rlue and Cold.'" "Certainly,"' came the courteousresponse. "I will exchange with you. I want a case for my tongs." The sophomore tells a part of this story with infinite gusto. Now that "obituary poetry" is the correct thing, we are surprised that the following has not been revived: Little Hilly Kemher Coating in a gale; Placer County member Managing the sail : Placer County member Didn't look alive -lid of September, is;;.. A lady who assumes to know how boys should be trained, savs; "Oh. mothers, find out the soft, tender, genial hide of vour bov's nature." Mothers often do with an old .-hoe. How terrible it must be to the man who has been given to profanity, when he con cludes there is no hell and so much eloquence ha been wasted. I i iie lii.rai le ot ini-niii the main point of drhTei ance eleimnt. in tae .-"cieti a'cr into w is e. The temper- j maintain that no I such thing was doia. but that the whole story j is an interpolation of some base scribe. The ! others affirm and asseverate that the water) was not cuangeu into wine, nut into tfie " un fermented juice of the grape;" that it was " grapnm jiiicum puriun, non corrupt -inn." or words to that effect; that, in short, the "conscious water saw its Lord and blushed." ami that was till, it did not become sour. So the one party distributes its Ribles with a leaf of John torn out. and the other Millers it to remain, but with an explanatory marginal nofe. Ti si i;mi;a. The Grand Prize mill is said to have shut down to-day. and the last ship ment of bullion that will probably be made for months, from that mine, is now on the way to San Francisco. It is reported that all the ore in the mine above water level has been extracted and crushed, and henceforth, for months, operations will be confined to sinking the shaft. It is also stated by men who left Tuscarora a few days ago, that the pumps have been taken out of the Navajo, and that the works are filled with water. Surmises as to the object sought to be ob tained by suspending operations on two of the principal mines in Tuscarora are numerous. Some think it is done to bear everythin" in the district, but particularly for the purpose of enabling the managers of the Grand Prize who are supposed to have unloaded when the stock sold at 1.S a share, to buy it back again at .1 a share ; but whatever the cause, the result is disastrous to the present prosperity of what was considered a few months ago one of the best mining camps in the State. Real estate is said to have depreciated at least on per cent.: mercnants having large stocks of goods on hand are selling at cost, and till who can get away are arranging to go. - Silver State, loth. The Grant County (Oregon) Times says: Indians are collecting at the Malheur Agency from all quarters. The Weisers who left this Agency over a month ago, have since re turned, bringing with them about thirty more. It is said that they do not diguise tlu-ir alarm at the .situatimi, and arc t-vidoiitlv j . . ., . ,, ,, ., , ,. ' x.sttil ttrruit nan. J no lesnioiit jikii.'uis at the A,rciicv alsti seem well iiifnrined, and then.' i evidence that emissaries from Fort Hull have heeli iiiiinii' them fur some time past. It looks as tliou-U the liaimaeks won Id ! liegin hostilities in the spring. Should tliis oeenr, there arestroiii; lirobaliilities that many of the Snakes will he induced to join them. lnama, May 17.--- Advices from Cn.ite iiiala state that etl'ort.s are hein.L,' made to en courage immigration, and various grants, etc. have recently heen made to jiartits who have arrived, some from California and others from Jtalv. Russian officers lost so heavily in the gam bling saloons of Constantinople that the (irand Duke Nicholas complained to the Sul tan, and the saloons were closed. Willis C. Shelton. the boy organist of New Haven, is said to be dying of consumption at Aiken, S. C. , where lie went for his health. He is now '2'.i years old. It was when he was a boy at school that his musical genius was first discovered. He played the most intri cate of Rach s fugues with ease. His father took him to eminent masters in New York and Roston, but they had nothing to teach him. In Saratoga, where he spent several summers, in Roston, in New York, and in some of the European cities, he played to the amazement of every one who saw or heard him. As he grew older he was recognized as one of the masters of the organ in America. London, May 17. The excitement in East Lancashire arising from differences between the cetton masters and the operatives is still intense. The presence of the military and large bodies of police alone holds the popu lace in check in several large towns, and should to-day's efforts for a settlement fail, it is feared that these may not prove adequate. At a meeting of the operatives at Old Hall last night it was resolved t strike against the five per cent, reduction. St. Petersburg, May 17. It is believed that Count Scouvaloff has succeeded in con vincing the Emperor that it is to Russia's in terest to concede to Europe the most of the demands formulated by England. The assem bling of the European Congress appears con sequently assured, despite the difficulties which have arisen at Constantinople concern ing the surrender of the fortresses. James O'Neil has signed an agreement with Manager Maguiro to play in Virginia City for one year. F. F. Mackay is making negotiations looking to the same sort of an arrangement. The Piute election takes fplace ncxtMon day. Now they are saying that old Naches is a whisky drinking fraud,, and was made to resign the chieftainship. The Roston public garden is adorned by 40,.HH tulips, imported at a cost of S8h), and the investment is considered a good one. London, May 17. morning. -Earl Russell died this CARSON THEATER. ONE NIGHT c hi.- ap; :ir: ONLY ! in till! ritv , f t lit Union Square Theater Company TUESDAY EVENING, 21, ARATOGA! - .. V. A. ' 1 A I "i AC I I .ii" ate i'.uv ADMISSION, SJ.OO No F.ttru Cliarjf for Rprrrfil Seals. i r'i.a- ii' .i "I '-n, ai.-i r'--e!-v,-ii -e in he M-'-'na il I7f 1 MAY FESTIVAL K'l' LIBRAHY oi: COLOSSAL ORGAN MAY 28th, 29th and 30th, At 2:30 P. M., at jMccIisiiiics' Fsivilioii, SAN FISANCISfd. SUMNER W. 3UCBEE, MANAGER. CHORUS OF 2,000 VOICES! IMMENSE ORCHESTRA ! EhtJ ririt , Artillery and TYIrjilioiH' ! COMJltTORS: CALL ZK ;i:HV. l;.M.-i: .KaliX I', l;. HKi;i il.ii, S -a I r.-in.-i-- Muill.AN Tlie mar.:. tnt-nt li:ie at uri'v ,t evy-. the hrat.-ii 1 iitr.!,:., AXXA KAIilL. . WlllTM-'.V, ti e llr-.a.t.-t l.ii Hi:i.KV AM KS Cll.l.fXCS, VNS ai;i;IK ( I.AltK, W. H. rES.-K.SDKX. ,.i I'.-. AimI Ira:.', t'tiier f a I la Nil.- of Tieket l.-:"i at San i'raneise-j. AI'CII. KI.'M V, 1I 'liK . ( 11 s Season Tickets, for Three Dnys 00 sinyle Ticket, from .si.oo to Actorditiir to Loialion. X'.. Ktra char.--l.- Mail vtiil reeeiv f'-r lie,! TV..-.I S. at-. lIM.t .:ttrilti--H. Oilier CIIAS. M ill TZ. Tie!., t X'jelit. SOUTHERN TRANSPORTATION COMP'NY B1 &.YCHAUD & IVHEELEll, Proprietor. Wa'on Ieae C-ir-"ii on M ST 1 - ml thitishavs, of eaeh ,eek, aaii make (la Tlirou-h Trip to ll.nlie in Tliirly Hours! Oltiee with 1. S . KA III. i ('., i.t ir,'inia ami Tnieke. Krei-.'hl ieit, Carbon. inyl-Jm .KHX rocr.F.s. Lneal A-,'ent. N OTI C E. OTR.WED PA K Min.KS One Fem.ile 51 ule, sorrel. hranntJ O et! tne iett hii. O One Male Mule, bay, lirani:.d r.;i I, ft hip; also thi mark 1. H'3' Keaanl ill he pula ' w! f v r r tiirn the ahove aniiiia Mav to 1 1. ( Ji:el., rrer.ea It.-t-.I, C. rson Call, Xevaila. 1S7S. THE MYSTERY SOLVED. Six Shirts for S7.50! vr FRANK bOSKOWITZ'S, THE ONLY OSS PBICE STORE IN TOWN! DKALKR IN' MEN'S AND BOYS O Xji O "J? DEE I JNT C3r, Famiahlne Goodi, (lata and CajK, Boots and Nhnoi, Traukg, Vallm Blanket, 9Iattraea, Kte. Etc Elc COUNTY BUILDING. CARSON CITY-. NEVADA RACES ! RACES eg?: CARSON, NEVADA, July 4th, 5th 1 6th, I'mlor the av.spie of t'io STATE AND ORMSBY COUNTY AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. S-.00() IN PLUSES! SPEED FIRST PROGRAMME: DAY-JILY 1th. A OH AM SVKI-:i'STAKK It.VK t,iV-Mil and reH-at. Hurses: " Batterniun," Illusion,'' and "April K....I." llLN.MNt; -Half -mile di-li; fr f-r all. Purse, si; T,0. SECOND DAY JULY 3th. TfMTTISi: - Mile heat, threr i". five, to h-inn-": five fora-1 04t i.f the Sierra Nejiia S-itKl li::-. 1'urse. ?"',ik., entrance a-i'ied. Kt'N'MN'ii- line and one ha'f miU- .iili: free for all. I'nr-e. SIX. THIRD DAY-JILY f.Mi. lUNM Ml - 'IV" mil. - and r.-j t it : fr - n.r.'.ll. l'u;--r. Kmi -i: Ton Jit ia nt.. t" i'V a.- -. .it : I-. M . N ..!!!-.! A--i..tii.n K a'.-- to l'.ieiti,' Coa-t Knh s fa .'veni run th da.v l - .11 t.' ready f.. .-i'etar . .iin r. M.n :h. 1 TELEdRAPHIC WSPATOn Sail Francisco, Kclinmij- 1-Jth 11 A. ?I. In Oi.l (IV1C1I BIlOTHKli: . s I bought this day a Bankrupt Stock of THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, thirty cents on the dollnr. Goods will be up there tin tnirty days. Sell all Goods Below Cost to make room for This Tremendous Stock, and give the good people of Carson the benefit of this Purchase. HERMAN 01C0VICH. ! Is w.rK nuid.) ABOVE EXPLAINS ITSELF. l,.UIES. IV e Shall Sell t.ood In Accord ance with above Order. PRICE NO OBJECT. Take n.lvitntnsre of thl felilti Itnre CHiince, PIANO TUNING! 31 K. JACOB ZECH A!iii"Hin- that ht- will he in rai-n alamt MAY 13, JS78, ti.l la main for st a-ral Ia-i. Parties ih -irin' to PIA0i COKKKf'TI.Y TCXKO Will have an Mav -Jl. 1.-; pportunity to j. tt' lire hi-i er-. j. --. K MAXl'FACTl BK the lle-.t Moilern llllproni Tru-i. , I'erl'eet lietainer. I'riee reilneeil. .No niaL.'iii-t ism, ipiaekri-'t nieim-iMe. or nn-irepri--eiitation ahoiu u. Si-iul for lliu-trate.l Catalo-aie. CAhll'iiliSI A KI.AS'l'IC Tlil'SS CO.MI'ANV. lil.'i Saerameni.i -t.. San rranri-i'o. The Calilornia Klatie Tru-s ha wmi it-a to puhlii.- favnr. on ai nit of it- many a.h aula ;-f, not onh oi ail- jn-iment, l.nt heiii-- free from meial spiin-j aii.l iron hoops, it ean he e..n-l a lit ly w. .rn ith ease ami i ifoi t. Tin- priee also plae.-s il within reaeh of all attli. teil. rive, eiuht anil ten ilollar- for an ai tiele snpei ior .. w hat has heeli heretofore -lil for twice mil thrieis that Mini, a.hls to it- s-ile- ami n-e. It is eontriieteil on sei, ntilie prineiple aii'l sells on its merits. l'rm It,, i hi. I '. ,-.- .V- . .-, Sun -'.('a''". ml'J i O T I i : rlHIK rOPAKT.VKKwHIP f OUPOSKI) OK I I'. A. Warner ami John ( J. Ko, iim!. r tile name ami style of i. A. Warner . Co., of Carou Cily, Xevaiia. was iiisolvel hy nnnnul consent Mav -'I. 1-7-, Mr. Charles Sailler hauntr piirehasi ai the i ntire interest of Mr. John (.;. Ko therein. '1'he husines will hereafter he carried on hy the nniler sixneil, 'harles Sailler anil I". A. Wanner, nmU-r the linn name of 1 A. Warner Co., who will e olleet all ilues ami pav all ilchts of I'. A. Warner ; Co. I'. A. WACXK.lt. CH s. SAi.,K. Carson, Xeva.la, May 7. 1-7-. m SPECIAL NOTICE. Great Reduction in Prices, owing to the decline in the Eastern Market. E. B. R A I L, OPPOSITE CAPITOL BUILDING, CARSON. 1 Retail l.e.iier in HARDWARE, Iron, I'uwdor, Anvils, Steel, Shot, Sawn, Coal, Fuse, Caw,' Beili.w, Rope, Wedges, Metises Lace Leather GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, liar Fixture, China Sets, Lamps, Chandelier. Mirrors, Lantern?, Etc.. F.tc, Etc Agricultural Implements, Plovrs, Reajiern, Harrow, Mowers, Cultivators, Etc. Gang Plows. Wheat flake Etc., Paints, Oils I Brushes. Coal Oil, Paint oil, Turpentine, Varnish, White Lead, lluhher Taint, Chemical Paint, Lard Oil, Machine, CaHtor, Keats Foot Oil, Alcohol, Etc., Etc., STOVES. RANGES, TINWARE, M.d.illi'.n and I.umv! Panee, Ruck's and uther Brands f Stove Pnmiw, How and Pip. Doors, Window Ltlinrtx and OlaMS, lYood and Wtllow Ware, Bird Cngea, Pistols, Guns, CartrlJrtiM, Water, Gas and jLt&l Y ik, House Furnishing Goods. Brass ana Steam Goods. 1'racti.Ti! Plnmhers an,i Tinners fr. .la r.-.f.finL- ami n.r.i llfaetiiriii!,' ot all kinds Tin aiel Irn Wale Call and Cret Prices Cheap for Cash ' - " E. B. RAIL. FAMILY GROCERY. rjHI K CHOICEST, AND It A II E S T G-HO OEHI ES la.r family use i-nr-tant!y midland. terror Xlet L,lltle Thintrs Xrt to Be "TH 8V Found Kanvliere H CO TO CHENEY'S. A -a-ner.il :ws.-.rtment .f tin- )n--t staile Mini eliniit -r-e.-iet. I'ltK'KS To Nl'l T TH K TIMKS! .11 MIX K. ( HKXKY, A.lami I'.l.iek, ('Hr.-.n street. oTiu-r nf Tele-rapl.. .I.nniai-y I,s7,. ClIIi.AI DEiMISTRY CHEAP OPKRATIONS -at, m tin- Unman niunth ;tlus r-iiinrv 1 rui'rk. .-mail pav m anveaiiae- ilyin iile ean iietcr seenre first . -lass talent, :i i ei ineeil 111 all liranelie- lusiiie--i. Uerati..tis ux.n the human .-niijeet, ah..ve eterytliiny i-Im, slmulii lie iK.-rftiniitil hv an artitie liainl. All .'peratii.ii ierfnrineil hy DR. BREWSTER, A" is "ell known, wear thi ea-t. Owinif, lnmever, to the htrinijeiiey ! Ihe time- linam-ially, The Doctor iropoa(n to Drop tlie Prlcea ot hid 0ieiations to auit Hip poriud, o unci after April ir.th. That none may he ileharre.l of hi arti-tic ahilitv. April 14, m WILHELM SADLER, ik.i.i:ii in-- FRl'ITS, IOFECI'IOERV, IELLIES, A.N'D CAXXED GOODS. A Full Assortment constantly on Ilaiul. "ai--...n r-ti et. thin! .h.or . l.'ai .11 City, u:h of Sjnar street. N.'.a.la. ,T SIO Reward! MAV ?th. h.tweenlhe .Mountain Hons,-, on the Aurora' Id .ai) a in I ( ran lenaiiili s lianeh, a .Memorandum liook, eontain-in-,' valnahle papers, letteis ami some money. The hniler nill receive, the ah' no ivwanl h leaiiii-,' it at the -Mountain House on the Aurora n-aj. I;. TKI;l;V. May 7th, leT.s. Jw iOTlIJ. v. i i. v. it i"il'i'S.I.S WIU PK RE. s " ' ie.i until ai A i c;n, 1-7.-, at the oilio- ..f the s..... . '' -, "-, " '"I;l1-"" Xi-vada,for in-urinir the Mate ( aiatol l.nildm- in the mhii ot : jflnn,iMHi. an. (lie ..non for on,, year from May lUih. Is7s. The Capitol C 1 1 1 i.e'iai in i.aesuin oi t" reject anv anil all I. ills. ommis-!ont-rs reserre the rL'ht ''a'Tn'a'e" a,", reeeivc.l for insurimrthe .State. apit.il I.uihhn- anil State l.ihrary for terms. .f two ami three years from May Kith. I,s7.5. l.y ..nlei oi the Unanl of Capitol Coinniissioi ,. . . , J o- Mixui: t arson, Mav ... 1-7.S. til. aiiers. .-ecretare. NOTICE! mo COXSIMERS OF WATER, Irrlif.. ml 1,1 i, T l ""'v ,,' !,,1"w'1 "hil the pit is I.! la- hand. 1 he practice of putting irrigation pipes r un !!'- tr,l',S' VT Mti"- t i-ater run .. he lr ll n f ""Ui'1' fVrhikVm" tl'e 8i.lealk and tr ets not allovve.l Any deviation from this rule will cause tin: supply to he cut off. I. (.. PlNf'KNKY, Seeretarv. airsoii. May Ut, la7s.