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jrniAY. JU.Y IS, 179 SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR OUR AMA TEUR POLITICIANS. While our Dollr Var Jen Respectables are laboring with some anxiety for such organ izition as will perpetuate to posterity the great conceptions that are to re-enfranchise such as have difficulty in taking proper pol itical eare of themselves, we are pained to observe that the committee and organization of the Republican party are deemed unworthy of their recognition, much less of their re npect. Insomuch as the Republican party is to them a constant excitative to feelings of distrust, not to say contempt, it is, notwith standing, the duty of such Republicans as are not lost to every sense of humanity to em erge from the thick jjloom of that dense ignor ance and degradation which surrounds their uncompromising loyalty to party, long enough to volunteer those gentler offices which may save these seekers after a purer philosophy of life and action, from wandering in the wilder ness like lost sheep. With a generosity, there fore, which puts to serioutujUestion the ancient and respectable dogma of total depravity, we appeal to the Democracy of Ormsby County for the loan to these enthusiastic cultivators of the moral and political virtues, the Dolly Yardens, of such one or the other of its county committees as can best be pared from active service. Should, however, the Democracy find its accustomed alacrity in good works a matter of difficulty in the distinguishing be tween the personel and functions of the two committees, it will doubtless find itself able to detail Mr. Warren Wasson for the pious work that is so pressing in its nature. If, God forbid ! all such appeal for aid to dis tressed fellow beings sha'l prove of no avail, the respectable intelligences who are the sub ject of humane solicitude must again com mune with themselves as of yore, for that help which comes of wise counsel. Go to ! Are not the heads of Departments of the Vir ginia and Truckee Railroad also of the sect f the Philosophers ? Is not alsn he that driveth the hewers of the cedars of Lebanon the friend of struggling human merit? The shout of joy shall be heard in Jerusalem when these things are remembered. 'Here,' surely, ' is ' richness. ' What can be more appropriate an salutary than the railroad whistle whicli led Dolly Vardenism from victory to victory while it sat with the wise men and true, in Legislative session ? Here is the long sought but now found organization, ready made, and its efficiency already tested to complete satis faction. What else in the world outside of the alleged corrupt machinery of Republican ism could have led up a deluded Dolly Var den of Democratic instincts by the ear and Toted him audibly while he slept ? Let the blind no longer lead the blind while Dolly Vardenism conquers the world under such captaincy. Let us j jin in the Doxology. The famous Egyptian obelisk, "Cleopatra's Needle," which was recently set up on the banks of the Thames, and which, it was found would rapidly become disorganized by the ac tion of the peculiar London atmosphere, has been coated with a silicious wash which it is believed will protect its surface for years The effect of the process, it is said, has sur passed expectation, and is only to be c jmpared to the restoration of an old painting. The obelisk now appears as if just chiseled from the rock, showing its original colors, the quartz and feldspar glittering in the sunlight, The intaglio also comes out rnoro distinctly than before. Tobacco Smoke. The authorities of sev eral German cities, says Clumbers Journal, have been seriously considering the evils re sulting from smoking, now so generally prac ticed by boys. In certain towns the police have been ordered to forbid all boys under six teea to smoke in the streets, and a punish ment by fine or imprisonment is meted to of fenders. It has been the testimony of several eminent physicians that the too general and excessive use of tobacco is the main cause of color blindness, now occasioning such great anxiety from its influence upon railway and other accidents, and also upon military effic ieney. From the New Haven Register: What more estatic state of enjoyment can be imagined than to swing in the hammock on the cool erandah, and, gazing through the perfume ' smoke of your cigarette, to drink in, as it were, the graceful evolutions of your mother-in-law as she pushes and drags the lawn mower over the ground, in a spiteful manner, "to shame the head of the family into trim ming np things around the house, so's to look like folks." A Nice Preacher. Rev. O. G. Anderson and Mrs. Hayes, of Charles City, Iowa, were arrested at Ottumwa, Iowa, on the lGth in stant, where they were registered and roomed as man and wife. Anderson has a wife, now lying at the point of death from the shock, and three children. Viiu;iNiA Chronicle: Yellow fevpr in the South ; roasting weather, sunstrokes and fata! and destructive tornadoes in the East ; a clear sky and a modest thermometer here. Virtue brings its compensations, after all. Thb mule is a derui-jack, therefore a demi john, and thence proceeds his spirit. Boston Transcript. MISCELLANEOUS. Tuesday was the hottest day in Nev Y.rk for three years, the thermometer Touching 00 in the shade. The Indians of Salt River and Gila valleys, Arizona, are said to raise the finest wheat in Arizona. . '1 heir crop every year amounts to several million pounds. The San Jose Tim' ssnya that Charles Smith who was so dreadfully maimed by the prema ture discharge of a cannon at the Fourth of July sham battle, is improving slowly and is now considered out of danger. All the sophomores who were expelled from the State University of California, for issuing a "bogus" are still "out in the cold" and show no disposition to give the names of the wri ters of the obnoxious document. Anthony Seabriskie, of Murrisiana, said to be worth ?10,000,000, was run over and killed on Tuesday, through a misapprehension of trains. His sister, who was with him. was so shocked that her life is despaired of. A Galveston JTcir.i special from Fort David says: 1 he Indians attacked the Dutsehurer rancho, three miies east of there, and killed Juan Josia and the herder's wife, ami drove off sixteen horses. A party of fourteen citi zens and a detachment of troops are in pur suit. The Rev. Dr. Jobson, one of the most, emi nent English Wesleyans has had an attack of paralysis, which it is feared, will necessitate his retirement from the important position he has held for some years past at the Confer ence otuce. Vr. Jobson was president of. the Conference in Hull in 18159. Reno's Tar Uccket Again. The Journal of yebterday contains the following account of the latest exploit of the 601 organization of Reno. Tom Rogers, the last victim, was cow- hided by the Brigade not long ago, and warned never to return to Reno, which warning he promised to remember. It leaked out that he was cowhided for selling whisky to Indians and fooling with the squaws. It is said that after leaving town he made threats, stating he would come back some day, get drunk and probably kill three or four men. He was in town yesterday and was under the influence af liquor, but showed no warlike demonstra tions. Late last night we heard the cry of "Stand Back," a3 the Brigade were capturing 'lirn on a back alley, this cry being a command when the Brigade are at work and will not al low any interference. Over to the V. S: T. bridge he was taken and ordered to doff his raiment. The tar was laid on thick and heavy so that his hair and face were full of it. Then the feathers fell in wild profusion upon the sable figure, tranforming it into a ghostly ap parition. The (SOI then left him alone in his glory. He procured hot water at the round house and cleaned his face and hands but his hair and body were still coated. Tom left on the 9 o'clock freight train for Verdi. He avowed his determination to return, but w should judge this second visitation from th masked band ought to satisfy him. Raisinh and Wines. The Marysville Ap peal says that " raisin growing is certain to become a profitable and extensive business i: California. A short time ago a ctr load of California raisins arrived at New York, and about the same time another one reached the Boston market. This means our grape grow ers have at last reached that desirable knowl edge of knowing how to make raisins which command a ready sale in all markets, and compare favorably with the Malaga. Ther is no limit to the capacity of our soil for grape raising, and it it likely to increase and advance until California becomes noted for its fine raisins as for her excellent wheat. Cal ifornia grape growers have manifested great energy and perseverance in this new industry They have expended large sums of money in experimenting with the different foreign vari eties, and have finally determined which are best adapted to our climate and soil. They have also learned how to cure them. Abou 30,000 boxes of raisins were cured last year, but this industry is sure to increase until Cal ifornia will supply the whole trade of the United States. Grape cuttings have been in troduced from Spain, France and ail other wine-growing countries, and it is a settled fact that both our wines and raisins .are fast be coming favorites in the Eastern markets. A dispatch dated Berlin, July 17, says Serious disturbances have taken place among the workmen in the iron foundries of Silesia in consequence of a demand for increased wages suggested by the imposition of the new protective duties on iron. It has been neces. sary to call out the troops to enforce order. Two workmen were killed and four wounded. Sixty arrests have been made. Fkom Halifax, under date of July 17, we have the following : The steamer State of Virginia, from New Yolk for Glasgow, went ashore at Sable Island at half past 3 p. m. on Saturday. Three women and five children were lost in the surf while landing. The ves sel had 74 passengers, 104 head of cattle and general cargo. Sixty cattle were saved. Arthur Town-send, a young man of Piano, Tulare County, California, was murdered by Indians, in the mountains, on Tule river, a few days ago. The murderers were lynched by the whites. The lower levels of the Julia are so hot as to endanger the lives of the miners. Died Suddenly. Hon. Jesse O. Goodwin of Marysville, brother of Judge C. C. Good win of Virginia City, died suddenly of apo plexy at the Vallejo White Sulphur Springs on Tuesday evening. His wife (nee Mias Mary E. Wadsworth), a noted opera singer of San Francisco, and her father were present ii the room at the time. Mr. Goodwin was J2 years of age and had been married but thir teen days and was visiting at the Springs on a wedding tour and for the benetit of his health which has been failing for the past two years, He was a prominent lawyer of Marysville and a member of the last Senate. Also the author of the well known Goodwin Jail-delivery Bill Thk esse of Mildred de Cressy vs. Mr. S. F Thome for an alleged rape at the Cosmopoli tan Hotel, San Francisco, is now thought to be one of blackmail. The plaintiff did not put in an appearance, and Thome's attorney was granted a continuance till Friday and a bench warrant to compel attendance of plain tiff. Hugh McMillan, the seventh Tictim of the Bodie explosion, died on Wednesday morning. He was 48 years old and leaves a wife and three children living in Canada. IJf PRICES AT J&L. O O XX 1ST 7 s. (.Tevor to Mrs. J. Shcyer & Co.,) FIRST DOOR NORTH OF CARSON OPERA HOUSK ONE PRIDE DRY G03DS STORE, Carson City. NfTada, Always in store, axi J purchased iVvin fin I hand, a care fully selected stock of 1'rjf Hood, uiciucut SIK. SAT'TVS. VKi VKT. lli:H & FHKX--B POPLINS, BOJIKSTlCl, K T t. , B T C. Atrj a full line of LauW UNDERWEAR, EMBROIDERIES. Ladies and Childrens' Hose. Ladies' and Childrens' Trimmed and Plain Hats. Which we are prepared to sell at ftO cruts on the tiuUar. Call and diamine Goods and Prices, and you will 00 : to:iihed to see tbe slaughter of Prices at M Cohu a. nNE PRICE DRY GOODS STORE. jcl4 tt CHANCE OF FIRM. S. REINSTEifa, ncevnsor to Keinsteiu & Gibsou HS.VING PlTRrmST) THU 1NTKBFT of Mr. tiihson In the Capitol Store, 1 hea- leaTe to inform mv old customers and the public ia iietitTal tnat have on bund a full assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Wood and Willow-ware, Crockery. Glassware, Cigars, Tobacco, Liquors, Etc., Whivh I will ecll at prices that uVfy conijtetiuon. Parties dexlriiijr to rnrr.haie w'll do well to call on me b.f -, purchasing Goxls delivered to any part of the city or nei&.'hhorhfod Free of Ch.inre. N. K. Parties indebted to nie will please call a'ld settl immediately. S. RE'.XSTEIN, Wholesale and Retail tlrtxx'r. Corner of Caron and Kobinson St., Carson City. XeT. April 1, lS7f B03T0H BAKERY. Adam "lock. North Canon Street. '"VIE VSDRRSTONED TO CALL THE AT- S tention of tlie public' " the tiot that he is hettcr prepared than ever to lUI all orders jiertuinin to bis busi ness. I am prepared to Iurunn MILK BREAD, BROWS BREAD, FKESt'll BREAD. HO M.S. BIS. And everything of the kind )wn to tun bosineas. Also always on hand fresh Of all descriptions THE FINEST SELECTED AND FRESHEST STOCK OF CONFECTIONERY IN THE CITY. ITean9 and Prown Rread trdered Friday, will be de i" t-d to any part of the ciy Sunday moruim;. II. S1IKIIF.R, Proprietor. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! AT L. EV3QRRSS & Co.'s 150 LINEN SCT1T.4. at all prices. T5 UXKN DINTENN. UOO flKCKN JDKtCSS GOOD). AKD A COMPLETE STOCK Olf and CAIU'2-rrS. Call soon and secure Bargain. C,rm, May 7, 1-7S. novIB. G3AH0 OPENIHO. lfRN. M. J. WAfJSER. OF IKnn, Tl will n-ie In thia citv next Kridav. the 13th, and 0111 in the Arlington House Block one of the finest dis plays of Mlilinory Goods ETor offered for sale in this city. ippFnVAL.-Mri. Wasmer has moved her stock of miliincry jfooda to South Caraon street, opposite Olcuvleh iiroB. store ana one uoor norm oi nui. uicuuviu s ing store. MASON & 00 CARSON STREET, w HOLDRAlt JLS Jt V A 1 1. DOAJLKB8 St GROCER X3I3 , Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, GannedFrnits, Butter, Lard, Grain Goal Oil AXD 1.L, .ARTICI.BJ 1'HliAU.Y KEPT H A FIRST CLASS STORE Of the kind of mercantile noMnees La vhtah ttxrr are tS Orders taken and Qooda delivered Tl TO AST PAST OF THE CITY FBEE OF CHARGE MASON A CO. Oamon, Am 6 1878 USMIOH MARKET. JOHN ROSSER, Proprietor. CASS OK STREET, CARSOR CITY. TH B VBHY BOUT V V T H O V Doof. Mutton, Voal, Ete Kt Bte. ASD ALL. KINDS OP Salted Meats, Sausage, Tripe, Head Cheese, ICUw, Kt., 1' t. Ahvafi on hand at t lie above lwr. Jn tf J OH N ROSSES, Pro P'Jstor. STONE MARKET. Now Tlrm. ilHMtLK1? n. srnci z vd bbothru j have o(e ued a Srxt ulass Meat Market in the Stone iiuilUinv opposite the Arhn(ftou iiouitti, Ujre oan De loautl at all liaaa tbe CHOICESF CUTS OF Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Etc. The new propietor will flit all orders with dispatch and ask. s a fair share of patronage. mtl CHS. M. SCUtI A BROTHER. Ii1IE MARKET. jrlXCKICL. BClLl)lfi, CA HSON SiTKKT. CAKNOS CITY, NEVADA. A first-c!a! meat market, koepinr on hand a truod sup ply of Bwf, Pork. Mutton, Veal, lamb, ianag, Ktc Which will he furnished to customers at lowest inarke rates. t-3" ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TOTe Jel3 tf MATT. KIXCKEL, Proprietor. C. N. HARRIS, TTOBSEY AT LAW, A OFFCB RINCKEL BLTLDINfl, OtHtNBK OAlitUN AND PRONTO tt STRliKrS, Caraon City, Hrfada. WW practlcs in all the tate aud rederal Courts. SPECIAL NOTICE. Great Reduction in Prices, owing to the decline in the Eastern Market. R A f L, OFPaSITI CAF1TCI BDIISINB, CAfiSOI. IKPOKTRB A .TO t UUUAAI.E ASt uul Dealer in HARDWARES, Iron, Steea, Coal, Kopfc. Powder, SlKit, Fuse, Wnl Axes, Irian a, Cains, ' ittolim AniiU, Vista, lkll., Lv )xtter GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE Bar Fixtures. China Sets, Laiu6, Chandeliers, M'lTvrs. Lanterns, KUv rvc Agricultural Implements, Paws, Harrows, tfnnf I'k'wa, lUapers, Movers, Whntl Uahw ttultiA-aViYS, Ku., Pic , Paints, Oils! Brushes, Ova! Oil, Taiut C'tl, Tiirpentiuc, VanuKh, tthit Ltwl. Kuhlx-r Paint, Uiemical l'.diit, Laru ViL, Machine, Vntlur, NeaU PihiI (."il, Ali hot, Etc., Etc., STOVES. RANGES, TINWARE. UedaUUtu and Lanxcl Fjuiw, Bock's and uttwr Brandt 4 MM Psnnt, Hw and Pipe, Doom, WIbiItwi iilln.U and Glass. Wood and WiHow VFare, Bird Ctti, Piwtola, Guns, rartrlogea, Wales, 6ai and l.eatl Pipe, House Furnishing GoodR. Brass a no Stexm Coocis. Prautieal Plumbers ami Tuiiters to do rot'Aiit atu. ibaa uraeturinK of all kind Tin and Iron Wars Call and Get Prices Cheap for Cash. nra E. B.RA II THE HOUSE OF KARRIS BROS. RKlPK'rPl?M.Y r1.1.4 TIIR TTKV 'flO.V of the people of Cirson and vicinitjr to Uu twti THAT THEY ARE SELMNC Oroeeriea. Proviaionn, I.lqnor. TubsrM VgK-tt. Dry uooilt, l.-ltiinif. Ilat, Bouts Miohs, C'nrpelu, VVa. 1 Paper, Ktc, etc. Cheaper than any House In tho City. They are the only ilou.se in the State who Import their Tea Direct from J aan, Put up to their eHoeial ordtT, and they ean tht-refore "41 a h'.lter quaiity for Icjs money titit.ii nny other llouw ia tlie Suite. Tiny I ave just received the LiU'Ht Novidljis in Hry and Fancy ioit, and are oftcritu; lluui at Erln 'licca. addintr 'Ht-urr. ts Call and xet our prices before pur haxin' eltewlK ru UAKI1IS BIIO Carson Ara-il lt, 1H7I1. TREAD WAY'S PARE! CHHQOH CITY, NEVADA. J- W. VARNEY SUlHMrttuUy infuniiff the uhV,e thn. lu b t WwJ tts TREAD WAY'S KANGH, I AKSO .V 4-1 X Y, i K V., A Jul the improvements made on the place make U ths tst picnic gTouud in the State of Nevada. Military Companies and Civic Socitles. Can make Hatixfactory arratii'mcuts (or the Park bj plying to .1. W. Varncy, at the Palace saliKin, No 7 Norv C street Virinia, or at the Ariinvton House, Camou. A SPECIAL TRAIN to the Park every Sunday. A Grand Concert will lie pit en everv SiitMl.tt . THK HK.ST SIUUTI.(i UHolM'., ou whiub new tw.a hate been built. Admlattlon to Park Sundays, Jel2-tf 5 tvsK GEORGE S. ELDER'S FAST FREIGHT LIKE! AURORA, B03IE S BHIDGEFORT, JEA1I CAltMOX KTi:il OIMilt J day, at 3 r. a. 8-'Li-iule time from (Vw tu Iiodie, i ilys r'reiIit, Carson to Aurora 1 H-4e f lte Carson to Ho tie 4e V lb " Carms to Briil Report. 1 3-4a 9 It) This iK'tK-dule t-i take effect April 10, !fc7:, at 5 o'nh.ss. r. M.,and to remain ia uMj etiiU-d until until I iiotim Mark Freight "Care of tail A tV, Fust." Scntl shipping reipts to Ainril 4, 1x79. 1. W. EAR I. 4 CO Cancm City, Nurs.U. FOR A SHORT STAY. (1EORK R. ATKINSON. OF ATKIW M S UKMiAti, ui. reliant tailors, huvaf'ird, lltVw". m-il. be at the tmiihtiy, Carson city, in FRIDAY the lHih Inst, To rec-iTC rlen for suitf of chithes. Tl.o 3m"t liiil auip!es of iuiportol jr.iods ever shown in Ncrai'a. ' to suit the tiiu. Call ax. J t ijjj-t tkn.'rn.