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H E1SF.I. .MA Y7. 1S7 THE OLD REPriiUOAXS OF oh; MY. ORMSI5Y That typo of political morality known as Australian K.f'Hm is the touchstone which ught alw.iys o be applied to American a flairs. It is particularly necessary in Ormsby County, and the valued exponents of that efficient sys tem of political correction areopportunely here. A great and j.jod work was inaugurated list fall in its name and under its benign aus pices. It only awaits completion to make us a h.kppy people It was an evil hour when tho Republican party drifted away beyond tie reach of the clarion voices of Bub Clarke and Torn Weils. It was a sorrowful mistake when the pervcrsem-ss of the dear old party declined to renominate Clarke to some office and Kinkead for Clerk of the Supreme Court. The ignoble attitude of th'. party was also p.iiniu.ly in iiuftst when W ells was omitted from the list of its standard bearers. The Republican party on;lit to be transported be yond the seas fur ever tolerating the supposi tion that it ever wa a sure-enough party at a1!. It ought to quickly resolve that it was never orguii-wd. It might to remember that it never was anything but a s irt of contingent f.r the use of ante-helium Democrats auu o!i line Whig, and Ueforners etc. The d.-ar o'd party mast not forget hereafter that a Mason, a T.'biiiier, a T'lHy and a Pavis and a score of other t support the ; g.ive libjiaily of their ni'-.ms .rtr ail !.-.'; '.it !i 1 ! tl'iis ready with coiu wh u called on. That was business like, and the so called Republican prty must .be reformed and get back to the earlier and purer days and ways etc. Mighty niTiinietit kin 1 of ref-.r.a when you conie to think about it. Dun'c you see, yo 1 mercen ary soldiers viiu hever did anything but serve in the Uuiou Anay, that t.u have overrun cvtjry community ami have caused the chet Us of Reform to suUuse with blushes D n't you see that you are corrupting the Republican party and helping into otiiue citizens f this Ceunty, why neither by the use of i.ioiuy, voice or any other means havj assisted in maintaining the uuiou of tne Spates intact? Pou t you see that you are guilty of stand ing around" and that you have some of you been voting the Republican ticket iu time of peace? Pon t you see that you are known by your fruits, and tiiat you are not respectable except iu time of war? The hour for Re form has indeed arrived aud the work goes bravely on. We have outlined plainly the emissions of the past and the duties of the future in Ormsby County. Those we have referred to by name, and iirown of the iv g ing Carson, are tli true Republican and patriots aiid the other office seeking crowd, 'whom we have not named, are the enemies of the pirty. Ho1 beneficent were the gales that wafted reform to u-s from a distant clime! We feel that we are no.v inspired with the true principle Adelina Patti, the great soprano is said to be worth &,000,0(K. Robert Bonxeu of thj jNV York LAin-, who has $v(X),0i)0 worth of hue horses, has a special veterinary surgaon, who is paid $1,500 per annum. Cekvation- is gaining ground in Germany as wed as in ha!y. Hamburg has followed the example of Gotha, iu authorizing its prac tice, at the option ot the fronds i deceased persons. ITEMS. Egbert. Cagswell of Preston Hill, Conn., while drunk, killed his wife and then himself. The New York Commercial Rulletin speaks of the proposed tiew Constitution for Califor nia as the "hoodlum constitution' The body of William J.ibiue was found near Coloma on Monday. He had wandered oif in a fit of insanity, about two weeks since. A little boy felt in all his pockets for his knife, and then wished he had another pocket as he thought the knife might possibly be in that. A tulip poplar near Woo istown, iN. J. is twenty feet in circumference three ieet from the ground. Its trunk 13 hollow and fifteen men can stand within. Lewis Coons of Togklanie, New York, in a fit of jealousy, cut his wife's throat and then his own. The wife is dead but Coors will live. Both were young aud were recently married. The bodies of Frank and Manuel Silva, two boys missing for a week, were on Mon day morning found floating in the Sacra mento river opposite Freeport, locked iu each other's arms. On Monday, Khat-Koo, a Chilicat Indian, was executed in the jail yard at Portland, Oregon, by United States Mar-hall Waters, for the murder of Thomas .1. Blown, near Siika, last January. He maintained an ap parent stolid indiiTerence to the last. The Phi'verton Detective agency have ar lesd a man in Philadelphia .'riving (lie nai.ie ot floury if an, v no is supposed to ! connec ted with the Manhattan Bank robbery, as he was caught oil' ring for sale $T,)00 worth of hoiids, the numbers correspondim' with those stolen from the Manhattan Hank. When ar rested he showed resistance, and ihe o Dicers were obdgeu to fairly cany him to headquar ter. Concerning the new'y appointed head nf Hie Greek Church in Alaska, who is now on his way to San Francisco, the New York Iler.dd reporter says "He speaks English with a slightly foreign accent, and is very gentle and easy in manners. It is not his own choice, but the 'will of the church that he goes to Alaska. There are, he said, eijht churches in his diocese, but they are spread over a territory of a thousand miles or more. He will reside permanently in San Francisco, and will visit, different parts of his diocese as often as possible. The See of Alaska con tains about 7.0.) Russians, Servians, Monte negrins and other communicants of the Orien tal Church, and is the only district on this continent, which contains ,oiv coii.-id.-r.iMe j nneiiicr of sueu eauntu memorrs. I no his- j I !io; 'ak'. one priest wirli lnui U the lactic i Oo.isi . BTKW ADVF.lt'l'lStilEMS. STBAWStaaY FESTIVAL 'IIHK IilDI i'.S OK TIU: CARSO TKM- X peranco Union will hoid a strawberry Festival at tue CARSON OPERA HOUSE, COMMENCING Thursday Evening. May I5h. And continuing to SATVRnAT EVENING, the lrtU instant. On the ope nini ni?ht the exercises will consUt of In strumental Millie. Recitations, Solos, Ducts, aud sinking by the Carson O.iartette, under direction of C. K. Laujhton, Eq. On Friday cy. nin; DASCI3TO. music to be fu nisheit by Varney's CJnadriUe Hand. The Festival will close on Saturday eveniut; with a grand. OLD FOLKS' CONCERT. Under direction of B. F. Fjster, Esq. P-ich ercnin dnriu;; the Fen'ival Strawberries, lee Crfeii, liPm.n:ide, aadwiclics. Coffee, CiUe, ere. vn Fi-idv and Saturday a splendid hot lunch will be spread. TirUolH fInq:le ;!iui,si 11) 50 Smsii.i iUt.it- IOO To tc h;id at thtj principal business houses of L'arsoo. HEW 600DDS! NEW 600S! AT L, F10RR!S & Co.'s SO I.INEV firs. at ail pric . 7.i jLI.N'K.V DU.TKS 2.) J FlKCfc-M Iiiiif.SS U'JODf.. AM A 0MJ'1.KTB b!'iCK OF CASH BOOT AND SHOE STORE. I HA VIS JI'BT PRNRI IU THIS HTUBB-BOOM OF JOilN U. FOX, OIPOirE TI.F CapituI, vhe ifu-j-est. and moat cmipleto atock of ' FiNE BOOTS AND SHOES! EVER BROUGHT TO THE STAT! OF NEVADA. IlATlTisr nnfPhw! nil ray srootln far CASH, nn.l Mloroa;hI uuUcratwtiiiliur imr bavl. uemi, I will tUvntfore sell at J SAN FEANGISGO PRICES FOR GASH- MY STOCK CONSiSTS OF LADIES'. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S BUTTONED AND LACED SANDALS, SLIPPERS, ETC, SIKJTK AND BOYS FIVK C.U,F KIP COttOTH, UXVH TIK, IM fl'DIKD R'JitTM, HOOTS, fOSCKKSS A ITEiti, OXFOKD TIKS, KTI'. ALL OF THE I.ATF..-T AD FINEST (K.LITV. I 11111 nlut axent f r C a. son or tltc r!oIr.HPil M ltri I'lNS KOOTS 4. nilOCA atu he iu tiotk 11 ar?e auuriuicul. of line sr.iic. ... ' Tiro M no noad .rf any one in Cvry. ;oin outride of '.oo it t b if Call soon an id Sttcure Bargains. n -Tii"'. tMucoeMr to J. 1".. Conuack.) nHd C3M?V!!SSI3 B iSiNESJ it DlCil.tK IN 11 a l (mis U E W A U TJ SECOND- HAND 1 AH PRSfAREa TO OH Xl.L, KI.VOK Of r ! 3 3 C-. M T C i K ir i n v a I wi.'l sell as e'ip houia J.'-S. Ik, r) ry ;ifict:ui!y. in I lui FTouii t Rni. H and Fsrm Hin Stri'plied. l.t.la S.ti.i wil C-JllllH'.dsiuB. Cly, Nvd , htwi"n th r'larain nvinjfj tl.itik huJ trie r'estettice M ty 7, ap4 STOKE MARKET. SPECIAL .'vOTiCE. XXTDL'IJLII H.S2STIPTG Sreat Reduction in Prices, owing tt, ! F A II M E I S the decfiae in the Eastern Market Wow Firm. A New Kink;. An Ena-.hrrtan writes ihe f!'!oiiiij warning signal to d fittiriers. lie .iys: "D-ig3 that ctirl their tails to the ri?ht are never sirlUcU'd with liylrphrhia. Thiit fa tal disease prevails only ami-aj; ikys i':it curl their tails to the left. No g.mflemiii in Lon don or in any city of the continent w iii own a d.jp;, or allow adyg to folio him, thut ciuis his tail to the left," Terra H lute., Miy t. Tb miners strike is eerious hero. Tii-. u ti i.n mon yestordny forced tho stopp:ii;e of worL in tvo minus. Trouble is expected. London, May 6. Sub-Lieu tenant Covte of the lloyal H avy, arrested on suspicion of being the author of the story about a pirate ship being off Fastnot Light on the l(th of January, has been convicted of the oifenae and dismissed from the service. New York, M:y 6. The ("ow.-n-rc.i. Bui Ui in. says: Tiio west and northwestern ere exhibiting very decided symptoms of uneasi n.;s at a culloaal railroad combination, under stood to be now in progress to control tlie trade and cnraerce of thfi whole continent between trie At!a?itic and Pacific. !i tiiii-y. t!l. SfHl 7. BROTHER i first M A M uk-t u th:' Stone t u:e A rl 1 1 i ir, i i il.u', wiicre.mn be t'ound ForNi) Dead. The X7r-i- Sfjff c."n tains the following: "Reports from Unionviile say that Ned Granfeil, n miner, who was well known in the southern part of the county, was found dead iu his bed Saturday night. Oranfell was a man of powerful frame and ap parently as robust as anybody iu the county. He workud in the mines of Star and Uuion- ille for years, and was known as a quiet and industrious man. PlK! OX THE Tk!X. S.'iy.s til? Sih-r.r tf.iir -f the .r.h instant: "A man named F. A. Low, who was a passenger on tho cast bound ex press train yesterday, died of consumption itctween i,ose urees ana lniaunvicca. l iie rotnain were hroulit here to be placed iu a metalic cuilin and sent east to Boston, where iclatires of deceased reside. Mr. Low had recently arrived iu San Francisco from Japan, where he had been eugaged in business con nected with tho tea trade, and was in the last stages of consumption when lie left San Fran cisco for Boston. Jlo was accompanied by a friend named Captain Kiddie, who attended him on his way and did all that he could to alleviate his sufferim;. " CHG1CES7 CUTS OF Eeef. Pork, IVIutton, Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Etc. The new propietor wtfl fi;l a!i orders with dispatch and asks a fair share of patronage. B. RAIL OPPOSITE CAPiTCL EUiLOIfiB, CARSOK. K-.-toil Ots-ler i A.I WUOMAI.i: AM' 1ST I1FCKIVI I), n mo t r.uh!e CIKKOT ! TUB SEED CKOWERS c;us. M. SZ WU Sl brother. NEW FIRM! H. H. LiNHELL & GO., 35 and 39 J STREET, SACRAMENTO. HASDWAEB, i j .w lurk, M.i iailmy in end ".Ti Imn. Stopl, OaJ, Ke, Pow.ier, Flue, W'udioo, '' LAfifiEiT AnO Lfi'JiCEiT STOCK Aw, Suva, Cap,! !S!c;ea Anvils, Yists. Kt.Iinws. Lact Lifiict or GLASS AND GHOOKEHY FIELD, tiitr Fixtar-s, China 'is, I Lani, Chaiidcliers, Mirrurs, Lantern, Etc. l-.t., Ktt Agricultural Implements, ItlJlJk.l'w, Ilair.iu-B, .U-.wcru, Cultivator--, Etc, Wheat Kake.- GARDE M Shooting at Paradise. The Sihrr Stnte gives the following account of a fatal shooting t Paradise: "During the performance of the Henri Burlesque Company the house was crowded and Hymor sat in West's lap, West requested him to get up, which he refused to do. Hot words passed between them and Hymer struck West with a six-shooter. West put his handkerchief on Wis bleeding head and left the hall. Hymor followed him and at the d oor West turned around and spoke to Hymer. What was said is not known, but Hymer fired and shot West in the groin. Dr. Powell examined the wound and pronounced it fatal. Tins caused the greatest excitement and the crowd threatened to lynch Hvmer, and would have put their threat into execution had it not been for tiie prompt action of the Deputy ShcriiF, who, with the assistance of Adams and Riddle got him away iu a bugy. West is known as a peacable and industrious man.. Hymer is a young man about 23 years of age, who is unfortunately ambitious to acquire tuo rcpntatioa of tigtUer. " The principal Italian journals of Milan des cribe Queen Victoria as "a most simple, un pretending, respectable-looking lady, attired in deepest mourning, too short and stout for royal dignity, bui bearing a sombre aspect not devoid of charm. The features, some what drooping, are imprinted with aaaddened, pained expression, indicative of inward phys ical suffering rather than of mental sorrow, to which it has been ascribed. Her walk is that of a person more advanced in years than she is, and she advances slowly, her ''nit beim' unequal, like that of a poison suffering from rheumatic pains; but. there n about har that air of distinction, acquired bv the habit of command, which renders it impossible to mistake the Queen tor an oixiui.try person. K W A I V i: HT I S f. H S E I fi. J THE DIKTRICr (RT OF THESE. c.id Judicial District. In ami tor Ornmliv (Vmnn Siata u" Neiudn --In the matter of the enate of Juba (.'. Welch, deceased: 1'iir-niiiit to an order of n.dd t'ourt mad on the SIXTH ia. cl 3bv. A. 1). 17, nwtice iC nercbr pvcii that Ktturuay, tUu 17th i!av of Mjv. A. I) 167:', at 10 o clock A. it. or licit day, bci:.'s a Ur l Jlarcl! i -nil, A. D. ISit, of buid Court, at i.ho Court-ro-ini of s.iia Court, in Curs 'ti Oil v. County of Onnshv and s.it .( I Nevmla, bac been aointcd as the tiwo and place for prinin;; t!ie will of saiu .lohn C. H'cicii, deceased, ami for I licann thti ai.li ation of Annie L. Wclcli. wife of Jobn o. licii, doa.sed, f..r t!io insrnce to L.;r of i.-ttors tj-s. t:i:n:i(ui-y, y-iieii and i,tru u-y jrnori ii. U;rtsi.--d ma-ipt.uai- nn.l contest tha .s.imu. J. !i. M..-,,:!, clerk. Ciibca city, Hay , ;s7l. lod HARDWaIRE and agricul- TLTRAL IMPLEMENTS. AGENTS t utt TT1K .''litihfll tVoua, Ttyhrioli Ilea.It-r. Ait.HOfi WmnU' JIimcrHaii'l Reapers, Ittirkcye Wlicl Hake. Which wa offer aa first elass troods. tVi- aNo have a full line of Korku, liake.-i and all Uarvestin.' Tools, with a uel! selected stock of Hardware. We invito all to fail and see us, or to send us their orders. We shall, by fair dealing, endeavor to nieri'. patnmate and by soiling a;, favorable rate, make it an object to pur Aildreaa H. H. LINNELL & CO., " Sacramento. -SE?iI FOK ( IRd LAKSll H II. LiMsai,'.. Gio. O. Bates. Saddle Rock Chop House -ANIL- Ktc, VO. 10 KIXG fSTKEEr. CABSO.V, KEVAllA, IJIHVlVil KITTKP . i "si ciass sryie, i win lie on nana to serve euBtom- TIIR AROTK PLACE IN" will ers, both day and uiht, Oysters in Every Style, Clam Chouder every Kriilay, and lall the daintiwi of the market constantly on hand and served up in Kpicnroiin stle. SUNDAY DiNHERS A SPECIALTY. Kaniiliei Mapplle,! w.lU Ie Cream at l.uTKt Kalri. eSARD BY THE DAY 03 WEEK. KITE Bit: A ap37-s AM,. itu it. WELCH. Paints, Oilsi Brushes, Cnai Oil, I'aitit Oil, Titnt-iitine, Vviiijh, Wl.ile Lead, Uuirr .i 1'aii t, C'f.ei.iiisi! l'ahit, Lvrd oil, iiueiiice, Cu-ior, Ncnts Foot Oil, Ato liol. ICle., Mte., STEVES. RASQES, TISWARS. Medallion and Lau.ro! Ranjre!, Uuck'f and other Bramls of Siove Pumps, Hose aiil Pi,., Doors Window Uliruls am! Glttas, Woo.I anil Willow Warn, Dlnl ('aires, listulK, Guns, fartriirvi, Watr, Gas and Lead Pipe, House Furnishing Goods. Brass and Steam Coods.. EYE" B-ICliC.-T TD fs'EVACA. il ? lore ilinli,.s. .nil i.tnl M.initnii 1117 SloK. Mtit.li leu iriM-j u;I :1m HA UIIK!ST AN" .HOST r 1 iti . . : t ..s. PGODl f TIV U rn-etical riumliers and Tinners to do roori;e.' and mai ufacturinff of all kinds Tin and Iron Ware Call and Get Prices- -Cheap for Cash. v E, B. RAIL. n. t. m NviNo. J. a. kt. rum. PIONEEE.SOAP FACTORY. f STABUHIIKn JSftl. Manufacturers of auu Dealers in Chemical Olive, Toilet, Liuibirv and Oi.fc.er Soaps, S&L-S3DA, VASHfKS POWDERS, ETC. Corner Miunewda and Tenth Streets. I AKOSi CIFV, XEViWA. Office With - - - J. Tobriner. mi i;r PaiCES LOWE:. THAH EVER! CECRCE C. THAXTZf?, DRUGGIST AND SIfDSIWAN, Willi. Carson City, tpp iic Cailtol, (Nevada. N. P. lVrk:ics not cxreediner 4 ponnds in neiirht, in any quantity desired, cm be sent by mail, and when . ah accompanies orders 1 will sell seeiuj at catalogue pricoa Ktaoc I.id. mhll-t. D3. F. J. WHITE, (JStco: On King srre.it, at rrar ot WlliU uifatre. tJT Eiidenoe at tha Ar iiu'tnii Honse, R cm No. F. Cail iwniptiy atttidad. iii-lit or day, CanMtt, eliilrnbr 10, lds. GEORGE S. ELDER'S FAST FREIGHT LINE! yoi AUHORA, B03IE 3 BJDGEPORT, IKATINU A Kan Sf BTI'.lt V OTIIKR A da, ai. 5 i: n. Sallied -.lie time fnun ("arson U Hixli, S '4 days. FrelfrM. Caraon to Aurora 1 3-Ic lb Canon to Kodi je fc Urion to BiiilKrport. 1 3-l V lb This srhedule to take effect April 10, 179, at 5 oV.x-k r. m., and to rc.iaiu as alnivj atatcd until furthor notiaa. Mark Freight "!are of Erl k Co., Fait." Send ahippiny rtuoipU U D. VT. KARL It CO. April 4, ion). traon City, At?da.