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M 9ID4V MAY 20. 187 SUNDAY 11KADI NO. foraowore lately we have seen ;in extract fr-m ono of Emerson's fine criticnl essays npon I,. pormlar inclination to ,riile at what are cai'od miracle and accept w ith something akin o stolidity tho coustant wonder of our own j-rsonal oxisUwce and the daily Meaning of sunlniht and healthful air. We cannot help iikino- the higher and more intellectual spirit with which men of the purest and loftiest type of religious mind, like Emerson, regard these iiuestions. We do not sympathise with those exacting people who are forever "seeking after a m'on." Your Shepherd looks out of his window and sees how day by day the u ild weeds Rnd the grasses grow ; he notes the exquisite verdure of the leaves; he notes the bounding growth of the fruits and flowers which arj basking in the luxuriant sunlight; and grateful for the en ..iragomont of such a profound "lover of the 'ood" as the Sapjo of Concord, ho deplores tith him that narrow ignorance which stares tt the story of turning water into wine, and is "hoodless of the stupendous fact of his own personality." And as to blessings, is not the -M,-i air full nf iUnm tllOHA fllinnv dVft? " - " J -.-. , -,i 1 . i v. P.ut your Shepherd is not going to preach t" 1 it 1 a AAntiaoliwI ui.lTilnn f ! V I lift tt'KAth. , , A. - r i getting warm, una a coia common o. u- f -li. ..-..... f.- - i.l Ki(a id it,tri rriiicrh fur tnia nrna. I Af .ill n'rTif u aiinh m (T-ithnnnnr fit mill iiul ends, scraps and remnants, is all ho pro to furnish f'-rth withal. Apropos of the Eastern Question aa a possi ' bio c.iuso of war between England and Russia tlio consideration of a more pacific subject ili.m that of the Treaty of San Stofartri and its ;i:t.o ulant complications. We have reference .. tho labors of certain enthusiastic Ameri mils in Turkey who went abroad under the niMn'ces of tho American Board of Commis si. :u is for Foreign Missions. As to what thcM! missionaries to the iand of tho Moslem lcive done, wo are informed by a no less ac vpt.sble authority than the liritis'i Quarterly Koviw. By that highly respectable periodical v. m . made acdiiaiiitt d with some facts which niv .dcul.-ited to make us fool proud of the la ir. rs .f our fellow countrymen in that not very ).ro:i)i.in; land of Pashas and Softas, Serag lii s iud B wtitrings. Tlio narration is much ',. c.unprehen.-iive even for a synopsis in these )vr. t columns; all we can do is to preserve miii .f the outlines, as wo come upon them, ) :: -hazard, in a very hurried way. T'uto are .is many as two hundred nnd ni" ( cammon .schools, fifteen Boarding Schiols for Girls, several Hih Schools for iMuu men; seven Theologieal Sominariesand three Colleges. The first of those was estab lished at Constantinople in lSi'J. The estab lihiiieiit was munificently endowwi by Mr. t'li;is. 11. Robert of New York who has given, t ,i'id last, about ?2iKl,(K10 toward its per- fi'('!iti. Tlie groat success of those missions is mainly d'ie to ihe combination, in the character of tho cl- rgymun, of the functions of a physician with t'loso of the missionary. Dr. Grant " u ss constantly thronged with visitors.' Th relieved from suffering were ready to ki-i.s his feet, or even his shoes at tho door. Hi gained great repute by the removal of cata racts id thi consequent restoration of sight. Dr. Iittbdell "went everywhere armed with pills and lancet." He confessed that Dr, Mott had told him truly when he said to him that In could do twice as much good in Tur kev u i : h a knowledge of medicine as he could witl.uii: it. Dr. West, a graduate of Yale, died after eighteen years of faithful service in Turkey. He performed some wonderful oper- .itiuiis under very adverse circumstances. Tho account before us savs: "At the time of his death, Dr. West had performed about fourteen hundred operations on the eyo alone." Doctor Norm also performed many important opurat ions calling to his aid tho blessing of eliloioform which seemed to create much won dor among tho natives. Furtlu-r along in this interesting article we are informed that "The fn-f ..tl"..i-ta 4l, r V.IV'IW V.H, I Anifri'MUs to make tho women sharers in in- ti:lkri...-d nro-Ts and refinement were met ..!.:.oHition ami often with derisive lanoh- for. I.,t us :u.k, then, what have the Ameri- i-uu aei-.n.pli.slu d in Turkey in respect to the imiiroveiiient in wonnui? We answer. Thev l.avo cr,:Ue,l a new nubile sentiment in favor ..f tho dm-ation of wr,m,.n " A-ain. tl.i J writer ...vs: "This new public sentiment is s!io.wi by the interest taken in tIle 8Ci100is that liao been eniablished by the Americana especially for tho education of girls. Annual exp.niin.it ions of theso schools aro held, and it i on the-;: occasions that the public sympa thy niKtifeHts itself. I'ashas, civil and mili tary ollienrs if hih rank, the ecclesiastics and wealthy won of tho different nationalities, are reported :u attonding their examinations, and as expressing their hearty approval of the ef forts that are made by tho Americans for the improvement of the women in Turkey." Now then, lieu are some substantial results of American missionary labor. We must con fess that- v o aro not among the implicit be lievers in tho efficacy of missionary effort; but theso facts certainly have a vory gratifying look. And no-.T the congregation will take pains to rchearun the following lines, beautiful and touching and appropriate to the obaorver of G the beautifullest custom ever adopted by cur countrymen: DECORATION DAY. On this fair morn, when over all the land Come solt'y jrraciotis ones, with eyelids wet. And on the so;dier's grave, with revcreut hand, lay lily ami violet, Who briiij.fi to thee, where o'er thy fallen brad The impitying seasons heedless come and go, A wreath to deck thy lone and nameless bod, Where Southern forests prow? When ode and psa'tn and tuneful eloquence Rehearse the deeds that kept the nation free, And tears rain fast in love and roverenuo, Who drops a tear for thee ? Perchance, where thou dost rest, the oriole's iwalm Floats liht above thee, and the sweet brier lays Her jierfumed cheek on thine. When nights are calm And all the stars ablaze, Perchance the dew distills her patient tears Upon thy breast; or, from the o'erhamrmif tree, A dreaming bird, disturbed by midnight fear Shakes down soft drops on thee. I may not know. Afar thou liest, and lono. Nor love nor grief thy burial-plac may see; But the wide eari.h, my lost, yet still my own, Holds but thy '.'rave for me! Atlantic Monthly for June. WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE. Washington, D. C, May 18, 1378. Of course the action of the House of Ilep- 1 ' f bill? tinil.ljr V11C 1 IIVObfll l'l M auu 111 J 'I l - sidential count in Louisiana and Florida has been and is the highest topic of discussion here as elsewhere. Mr. Potter in presenting: the resolution prepared in caucus, disclaimed for it any intent to attack the President's I u oii;-r 111 iu 1 1111110s expiessiy ..., -"i . ' I 'I seiuou me issue as to rno rwin oi ur. naves t. i. I J ' J i ive estimatea 01 tne intent or encct or tne resolution. Viewing it from Mr. Potter's standpoint, it may be regarded as a tub j thrown to the whalo or a placebo to the more violent and disappointed of Tilden's immedi ate admirers, who had a right to expect from their chief the crumbs of Executive favor which have for more than a year been lost to sight. Looking at it through the Speaker's spectacles it really means that the Democra cy have now abandoned the hope with which they were imbued at the begining of Hayes' term, and at last believe that they can drive tho jaded animal no farther in Democratic liaruess. Potter affects to believe that the resolution looks only toward placing the his tory of tho frauds in its true light, and that any deeper ell'ect it might have would disturb the business of the whole country, which it undoubtedly will. Randall has nothing to lose, but among his constituency of the Phil adeiphia slums, everything to gain by Stirl ing the country to its depths, and again becoming Speaker of tho House with a telephone at tached to Tilden's ear when he should be in stalled at the other end of the " Avenue. " Several amendments were otfered in caucus on Tuesday to the investigating resolution but the majority agreed to stand by the orig inal plan ATills, of Texas, and .Morse, of Massachusetts, seem to be the only reason able and independent Democrats left in the House. They were both outspoken against tho entire proceeding, and truly declared that the people are not looking for investiga tion but far legislation that will relieve the laboring classes from the distress which is weighing them down; that the mission of wise statesmanship, as well as of prudent party management, is to avert tho danger that threatens law and order by reason of the des perate condition and mood of the homeless, idle and starving millions of the working peo ple, and he deems it worse than blindness to devote the time and energies of the party to manufacturing campaign literature while so many vastly more important interests are at stake. The Republicans were commpelled to resort to filibustering in their endeavors to prevent the passage of tho resolution. They were not opposed to the resolution jht se, but finding that the arbitrary ruling of the Chair would not permit any amendment looking to an uiiUtiKeiueiit oi its scope, uiey leu oacK on ..l ... r:i ii r 11 i i their parliamentary rights, and refused to 1 J ' j V UlCj i. 1 1 11 .1 flC l.llllll V Vj ttiri U tit. X C3LC1 I44y , I however, the doors were closed and the ;ag vigorously applied, ly which means, together with a dishonorable and an unprecedented violation of a "pair" by Goode, of Virginia, it ii i ii it , i lmJ wt)ro CHOf-'U at last to pass tne resolU- ti,n Iitt a t,'r . . . r.i, , .,, . .f 1,4. . 1 .1.1. SJ . 'jlUfl Ulll, 1. Ft V V'A t. 1 1. 11 klKll. 11U III- ht,r (MU a,ld Morst! Vt,ti,,S againat it. PuIitic8' and cially Republican poiltics, is dai1 SrowinS warmer, and the indications aH are that the Iartr of l,nion and progress ,ers,m as I-utheifurd li. Hayes had never ex isted" The nWress of tho Republican Cam- I,:"n Committee, issued to-day, presents an able review of the niischevous work done by the House during the present week, and ap peals strongly to the loyal element through out the country. Palta. GREAT EXCITEMENT! X stantly rushinj.' to the larc Clothing Store of KOPPEL & PLATT, Corner of Carson and Third StrwUi, opposite tho St. Charles Hotel, CARSON CITY NEVADA. To view and purchase of their magnificent stock of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, cosaisTtNa or Mon'a, Youth.' and Boys' Clothing. Of 11 the latest ttj Ka, Hate, Caps. Trunk, Valise., Shirto. Coliara, Etc., Etc. octltf RACES! RACES! CARSON, NEVADA, July 4th, 5th 1 6th, Under the auspices of the . STATE AN J OR MS BY COUNTY AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. S2?000 IN PURSES! 8PEED PROGRAMME: FIRST DAV-Jl'LT 4tl. A GRAND SWKF.PSTAKE RACE 1.000 Mile and repeat. Horses: ' liatterman," -Illusion," and "April Fool." RUNKIXO -Half-mile daeh; free for all. Purse, SI 50. SECOND DAY JULY 5th. TKOTTiNtl-Mile heats, throe in five, to harness: free f..,- -.'1 . -jt ..f th. .m.-rrr S'evaJa Mountains. f'une. 1300. entrance added. Kl'NXi.Vtl One and one-haif mile dash; free for all. Purse, SloO. THIRD DAY- ICLY" Oth. Kr.N'XIXt;- Two mile6 and repeat ; free for all. Purse, Kntramch Ten per cent., to close the day previous to nice, at (i r. m. Xational Association Rules to crovem trottii;. Pacific Coast Kulvs to rveni running raced. Track in flrjt class condition. Stshhu. et'-., r.-ndv for ae JOHN T. PA.VlX'M', S-tretary. Carson City, May Sth, 1S7S. WAY FESTIVAL FOR s IT" XI. ZD HJ TLmJUBTLJJEXTST OR COLOSSAL ORGAN MAY 28th, 29th and 30th, At 250 P. M.t at IS CCllSill 1 C' lsivilion9 SAX FR AXCISCi ). SUMNER W. BUCBEE, MANACER. CHCRUS OF 2,000 VOICES! IMMENSE ORCHESTRA! Eli-rlri.-ity, Artillery and Telephone! CONDUCTOR CAUL ZKi:i:.M.V, Hot. ton ; ,KHS I'. MORGAN and l. HEIU'l.P, S:ui Kranriseo. I Tlu-management have at ?Tvst expert cnirw-d ti:e i:le- frit, 'l vc'iit-ruiwi, i'ri.-i.-M'ii.. M. W WHITNEY, the Oreatent Ijvinjf V.m-fi. 1JEI.KN AMf;S BILLIMiS, MISS ABF'.IE CLARK. W. H. F ESSEN" PEN, of Ik5tu. A:id majiy other Celebrated Soloists. KDINO.N'S B ONDK tFl'L INVKA TIOJf THE PHONOGRAPH! Iu on its irorn Vw York, and will be chibid at the M:.y Ftival. Sale of Ti'kcU bsins at 8IIERHAN, HYIE A CO S.. SaJi Fraiicisvo. APP.IL .'0th Seanon Ticket, for Three Days .",.)0 Minfrle Tickets, from Jfl.00 to i.00 According to location. No Extra Charjjc for Itestned SeaU. Orders by Mail will receive prompt attention. ap'. CHAS. f-CHCTZ, Ti ket Afent. IEW COODS! AND EW PRICES! immj rrrauu an unuxuai iaive Ktork InlH ftpnii!?. j,av. eonduik-d to nuke a reduction in every tine of goods ' ur ,slortr 1 " utf e.ler T1 V 0311 "d oonvim-e themselves before pi'.n hawnar elsewhere. Wo call purtic- " 1 1111 " -v L J1 i-.vit.ivu Groceries, Liquors. Hardware, Crock ery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Wall Paper, Hats, Tobacco and Cigars, State, ami will alwiy jruarantct- satisuotion in quali'y of """" ' - " ii- i i inoji Aii v utM l ii lilt Vl'l.lot. tv-o ,m nr.ur nff.,iiT -. 1 . - .- t . II"... .ir,,l i.iiri, 1- u .i..i; j -- . and neiyoorhood tree of ch:ire. v., . v...v ueo.eieu ui me ill) HARRIS BROM. Carxon, May 6, IST.5. JAG03 T08RINER, WHOL3SALZ A.SD RETAIL DEALHF. IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CI3ARS, PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES, . CUTLERY, Etc Etc Elc ARLINGTON BLOCK, CARNOV CITT NM'AOA, juilm L. MORRIS & Co. JUST RECEIVED 100 doz Ladies' Striped Hoe.. 13c 9 pair 150 doz. Children" Striped HMs.liicX 'f pair 30 doz. Liadiea' Paranoia 50c a piece 7S0 yd. Ex. heavy 3-ply Carpet.. 50c $ yard AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION. 0X3i May 7.1.7S, i3vxt x-sr s TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCH Man Francisco, j February 12th-ll A. VI., 187) To OLCOVICH BKOTHKKSt I bought this day a Bankrupt Stock of THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, thirty cents on the dollar. Goods will be up there in thirty day if. Sell all Coods Below Cost to make room for This Tremendous Stock, and give the good people of Carson the baneflt of this Purchase. , , HERMAN OLCOVICH. ABOVE EXPLAINS ITSELF. LADIES, We Shall Hell Good a in Accord- a nee with tbore Or ler, PRICK SO OBJECT. Tak advantage of this Kare Chance, febl3 MASON & CO., IN' OOKBETT BLOCK, NORTH CARSON STREET, CAHHON CITV, i.KVAI. HOLKHlLi: AM U E T A I I. rxu:m is G-KOCJ:RlI3S, Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tiaware. Canned Fruit3, Batter, Lard, Grain, Coal Oil A.VD ALL ARTICLED CSCALXY KEPT IN A FIKST CLASS STOKE Of the kind of mercantile ougineos in which they are t-Djfiijfed r Orders taken aud Goods delivered ItX TO ANY PART OK THS CITT FREE OF CHARGE MASON & CO. trson, Aay 5 IS76 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. J T. 1JCX.VIXO and R. M. Bt!T, doin.' 1 .M business at the I-ake Tahoe I.unilvr Yard, under thi tlnn name of Duiinin, Hunt, dissolve partiiersliiii tins day by mutual consent. 11. T. DunninK will collect an nun uue u) anil pay all demands against tlie old firm. The husinoBS will he continued at iho old place by E. M iiuui., . ooic jiropneior. , C'ariu City, April 10th, 187S. rc LAKE TAHOE LUMBER YARD. I M HUNT. Hunt, Successor to Dunaing -DBAUJa IN- vieur ani l ouimoii Lnmber of All Hinds , . t 1 1. irmuui(iinjra, liours. auvv9. n mii IjOCK UUttS. Etc. Ktc. Etc., Will endeavor to sontain the reputation this eld established ....... a.w.ja erijoe, ana nopes to recehe the patron aye of its former customers. Carson City, April 10th, 1873. m M AUM SPIIiGS HOT AND COI.O SWItfiniVG lt(TH4 neatr the Nevada State Prison, Warm Springs Road RIlTTfi Jb rcrnrtr . ... -.-,.... - - Kropnerors. This splendid Balhin? Institution aad well known nlace has been thorouehlv overhauled n n .W m thorouhIv .!,. ) i t., Lh. and is, in point of cleanliness and comfort: surpassed by cleanliness and comfort, surpassed by I ..-.j,v. .... ,.., ,Ilt, KA jiis are unuerpoimr a thor J.nTtr,' a,ld wl!l rcv preat addition to their size. I. i. , supplied with the best of liquors procurable. MEALS by First Class Cooks served to order at all hours. ine springs carriage runs constantly. Orders left at the hovels will be promptly attended to. BATHS SO cents Carriage Free, nov7tf SOUTHERN TRANSPORTATION COMPLY JL&NCHARD A WHEELER, Proprietors. Warontlear Carson on MONDAYS and THL'RSDAVS of each week, and make the Thranfrta. Trip ta Bodle in Thirty Honrs 1 Office With D. W. EARL A CO.. at Virrinla ind 7V,w.L Freight Depot, Carson. rajian jouh nKBES, Local Agent. SPECIAL NOTICE. Great Reduction in Prices, owing to the decline in the Eastern HarkeL E. B. RAIL, OPPOSITE CAPITOL BU1L0IN9, CARSON. IMPORTER A'I WHOLJiALE ASD Retail Deader in HARDWAEE, Iron, Powder, Axes, Anvils, fit-eel, Shot, Baws, Vises, Coal, ruse, Caps, Bellows, Rope, Wodtf., Sledges Laoe Leather. GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, Bar Fixtures, China Seta, Lumps, Chandeliers, Mirrors, Lanterns, Etc, Etc., Etc Agricultural Implements, Plows, Harrows, Kea-ier, Mowers. Gang Plows, Wheat Rakes, Cultivators, Etc., Etc, Paints, Oils I Brushes, Coal Oil, P;unt Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, White Lead, llubber Paint, Chemical Paint, Lanl Oil, Muchint, Castor, Neats Foot Oil, Alcohol, Etc., Etc., STCVES. RANGES, TINWARE, Medallion and Laurel Ranj,-og, Buck's and other Brands of Stove Pumps, Hom and Pip, Uoora, Windows, Kitniia and Glaaa. Wood and Willow Warp, Bird Cti, Pistol, Uuns, Cartrir.jreis MaUr, Gari and Lad Pipe, House Furnishing Goods. Brass ana Steam Coods. Pr.vctical Plumber and Tinners to do rocfiue and maa ufcvetunng of all kinds Till and Iron Ware Call and Get Prices Cheap for Cash. a,," .J5- RAi- FAMILY GROCERY. jrjpUK CHOICEST AND RAREST For fami!' us. constantly tn.'hand. yFor Kice Little Thine. Knt n -v y Found Elstwber. , CO TO CHENEY'S, A yi nnral assortment of the bout rtaple and choioe rro t-rios. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES f JOUN E. CHENEY, Adams Block, Carson street, corner of Teiesrach January U, l7S. CI1J.11 IJEiVTI8TllY. CHEAP OPERATIONS in the humaji mouth alwars aimiifvi 'fioor work. .Small pay in auv capac-' ity m lire can never secure tirst-clans talent. , ia ,.,.j t in all branches of business. Operations ujion the humaa subject, above everv thiiiir else, should be irf..rT.,i hv . artistic hand. All operations performed bv DR. BREWSTER, As is well known, wear this cast. Owinc, however, to tho o..iii ui uie uiuos nnanciaiiy, The Doctor proposes to Drop th Prices ot 11 opKtalioiia to auit (ue t.riod, and after April 13tl. That none may be debarred of his artistic ability A 11 1 - ... .-ij.iu 11, lOIO. Ul WILHELR1 SADLER. KiLKX IN FiillTS, COSFECTIO.VKKV, JELLIES, AND CAAXfcD UOOUS. A Full Assortment constantly on Hand. Carson street, third door south of Spear street. Carson City, Nevada. mht SIO Reward! IOST, OX TUEHHAY. MA V 7th. 1H1H, J between the Mountain House, on the Aurora Koad. and Cradlebaurh's ltaneh, a Memorandum liook, contain- valuablr paix-rs, letters and some money. The tinder w ill receive the above reward by leaving it at the Mountain House on the Aurora road. 11. TEKKY. May 7th, 1S7S. 2w' AOTICJE. o, ruled popnsr.s wux be he. ' ct"e Js'8:.at ?ffi of the See- reulr "l '"ac "'..U.,K Nevada, for insurine the l. " 0"w setMl. .. ;?,'...!.".. " lJc, .h"n) ot K,000, and the '. . . -o - , , l"r one year from May loth, 1m8. J he Capitol Commissionim r....r, ti to reiect !nv and all hiria K Proposals will also be received for insurinr the Capitol Buildmif and State Library for terms of U Stat two and liy order of the Board of Capitol Commissioners Carson, May 5, lb78. td. J- cwtry. not rclTi mo CO..mTMER OP WATKH . T hlld ineT'1 n " held in the hand. The practice ot putti innktioiTDir on fences and m trees, er letting f t watenin m thl T. C. P.mc., BeeretaV Carson, May lit, lb7S. .i.c vio i..ut jiny lobn. lain.