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SATCBDiT MARCH 6. 180 THE DOUBLE EXODUS. It is pleasant to know that the Pacific coast is about to lose two prime nuisances, the wild cat stock manipulators awl the Chines. The former hae been nursed in the Itrzir houses of commerce for years and the removal of their rotten carcasses to New York will pur ifj the atmosphere of trade." How long Goth am will tolerate tbera is a question for our At lantic sea-boHrd friends to settle. It is quite certain that this coast can spare them and all their belonitinn". I' n,eet and Prol,t!r that theexodus of this tribe should be coupled with the going forth of the Chinese. New York is quite welcome to the leprosy aDd filth of the latter. Every car load which goes over land is an invoice of dese;ise and degradation, yet the New Yorkers who have been fully warned bt these facts, welcome them with open arms. It seems strange that the sad experiences of San Francisco should fail to serve as a lesson for New York. The cominK of the Chinese to this coast has brought h.rd times, divided industries, discontent among the laboring classes, Kearneyisin and riot. Their reasons for gaining a footholdiuNew York are already apparent to any one who reads the dispatches. They are desirable tenants ; when the rent day comes round their money is ready and many of them settle in advance. They pay high rates and never haggle'over the matter. White people occupying the same class of ten ement houses and fully as well able to pay, make it a point to beat the landlord if they can. dispute the rates and keep the collector mosofone month collecting the last month's rent. It is not to be wondered at th.it New York landlords are anxious to have their white tenants make room for the more desir able Chinese. Coin talks everywhere, no mat ter from what colored palm it comes and peo ple who pay promptly are bound te get the first chance. It is the policy of the Chinese to do this and keep doing it until they secure a foothold, which will cause the property they occupy to fall 20 per cent in value. But eve then the promptness with which the Celestial settles his rnt is the mantle which covers all his sins, of filth, desease and miserly accu mulation. There are some redeeming traits of character in the Chinaman, but there are none in the guerrilla stock dealers. MISCELLANEOUS. Ritribctiox. The following result of late municipal elections in Maine proves that the Republican party have at last awakened to the fact that inertness in their ranks will not do The outrageous attempt of the Fusionists, or literally, the Democrats, to seiza the reins of government and carry things withahiij;h hand, brought them to their senses, and the follow ing statement is a good indication that the Pine Tree State will be all riht in the future: ' The recent municipal election in Portland resulted in the election of Win. Senter, Re publican, by 1234 majority in a total vote of 6370. Last year there was a Fusion majority of 40 in a total vote of 5844. The Repubh cans also carry Farmington, Skowhfgan, Lew iston, Auburn, Gardiner, Bath and Saco. The Democrats elee'ed the Mayor at Ellsworth. Deering, Cape Elizabeth, Brighton, Falmouth, Gorham, Kennebunk, Hart, Carmel, Irye burg, Ilirara and Rockland all give Republi can majorities. Standish gives a Democratic majority. Bracino the Clkrt. Nearly every dxy the telegraphic dispatches bring tidinys of some clerical gentleman who has chosen the broad highway to destruction rather than the narrow path which leadoth unto light. All this happeus in the East. The Appial calls attention to the fact that Nevada has been siu gulurly free from ministerial scandals. This is no doubt owing to the fact that the Sunday Appkal teaches them a proper conduct of life and braces their moral backbone to such an extent that Satan cannot throm them in a square wrestle. No clergyman need fear the wiles of the devil so long as he has the Appeal in his house. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cur", and the Appeal is only $8 a year. The Reveille has the following editorial note: " Mr. Bancroft, the historian, has been inak ing some very interesting researches into the records on the subject of the question of the power of the Government toemit bills of credit. In examining the debates of the Constitutional Convention, and the latter evidences of the men who participated in the deliberations of that convention, Mr. Bancroft finds that the testimony is all one way against the assump tion that the Government has any right to is sue paper money. This will form one of the most interesting chapters in the forthcoming volume of his history." Scgae Case. Mr. W. C. Gregg, writes to the Silver State advising the ranchers about the Sink of the Humboldt and on the Big Meadows, where the native cane is indigenous to the soil, to cultivate the species grown in the South. Mr. Gregg offers to give informa tion on the subject to auy person desiring to experiment with it, as he has had fourteen years experience. A very fine quality of white marble is said to have been discovered in Beaver County, pot far from the Horn silver mine, Utah. The Chinese colony in Chicago is increas ing noticeably. When a man falls down, his teinpergenerally gets up before he does. The well being bored by the railroad at Mammoth Tank, Ariaona, is now to a depth of 1,010 feet and no water. Augustus Phoest, who lives on Sandy river, Oregon, accidentally shot and killed himself while out hunting on Thursday. George Moody of Kingston, Ky. shot and killed his brother John in a dranken spree on Thursday night. He made his escape. The hills in the Butter creek region, South ern Oregon, are green with growing grass, and farmers are busy plowing for Spring crops. Mr. Lang, the Eastern Oregon cattle king, has purchased at least 40,000 head of cattle in Umatilla County, which he will drive East in the early summer. Governor Perkins has offered a reward f $300 for the arrest and conviction of the per son who attempted to assassinate James bkin ner, in White Oak township, E; Dorado county December 11th. Mrs. John J. Astor of New York has re cently sent 100 homeh s children to homes in fie West at an expense of 1,500. During the pst seven years the same lady has furnished C77 children with good homes. A Washington dispatch says: Belva Lock wood promises to produce evidence that her case ag linst Senator Hill of Georgia is bona file, and that Hill's son purchased Jessie Raymond's silence and absence. A St. Petersburg dispatch states that the man who fired at General Mellikoff on the 3J instant, was to be tried on the 4 h, and execu ted on the 5th. The would-be assassiu said that Mellikoff would be killed by some of his comrades; that a second, and if necessary, a third attempt would be made. G. Grossman and William Carson, of Van West, Ohio, hare been convicted of the mur der of Bernard Picker in December last, and will suffer the extreme penalty of the law Picker was murdered at his door,and the mur derers then placed his wife's feet against a hot stove until she told them where to find $1 ,500. The ladies of Paris are wearing entire cos tumes of fur, sealskin, Astraknan and even ratskin. A ratskin dress is thus described : In a costume of American rat the skirt is made with a number of the skins arranged so that the back and stomach of the animil alternate, thus forming light stripes or bands. The rat bodice is trimmed with chinchilla, an Incroy able cape in chinchilla over the rat jacket, a rat toqua with a hawk's head at the side. Mr. Shako. Mr. William hharon bus beeu a miserable failure as a United States Senator. He has been of no use to the nation. Nevada or himself. Since his incumbency he has neglected the interests of his party, and his own private duty. It was a mistake on his part that he did not tender his resignation three years ago. He culd have done so with good grace ; but far reasons best known to him self he persisted in retaining the title, until his constituents are thoroughly ashamed of him, and so completely disgusted with the manner in which he has represented them that they are sorry he was ever exalted to the high station. If Mr. Sharon has one iota of common sense he will not dare to again pre sent hii3elf for the suffrages of the Re publicans. With all his own money, and the backing his monied friends can give him, it is i apossible to believe that he can be re-elected. If it be true, as alleged, that money will re elect him, the Statu of Nevada will fitly de serve the appellation of "rottenboraugh. " If the people show that they have fallen so low, they are not deserving of anything better; and everything worth having in the State should be sold to the highest bidder. Sutro Independent. Onita a nnrrihur nf th TieWSDaDlTS in Nl - ,.. ,, - ...... --- r , vada complain about the irregu ar.ty of mail matter, and especially newspapers. There is scarcely a day but what we receive two or three copies at a time of one or more of our State exchanges. The carelessness is attributed to arronta on tVi Central Pacific Riilroad postal cars. Is there no rnlief to be had Ueetilh. RaTE6 to be raiser Since the expiration of t h contract between the Pacific Railroads and the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, the rates of fare between San Francisso andJSew York, by rail or water, have been reduced nearly one half. This reduction was caused bv competition between the Railroad and Steamship Companies, and while it reduced the profits of both, it was of immense benent to the public, who on the days that steamers left San Francisco or New York, could pur chase through tickets at low rates. Accord ing to a dispatch from New York, a new ar rangement, to run for five years, has been made by the competing line. By the terms of this agreement, the railroads are to par the steamship line $110,000 per month, in consid eration of the privilege of fixing the rates for California passengers and freight. In add'tion to this the roads are to purchase two steamers on the China line for $1,200,000. The roads oan therefore fix their own rates for passen gers and freight to and from California, with no fear of competition for at least five years. Silver State Thi Flt Piilbt. Bob Pixley, the expert, returned yesterday from a trip to Mexico. Of all the trips he ever made this beats them all. It was the roughest, and the skin peeled from Mis nose. "It was a lively casnp," says Bob: "they killed nine men and hanged three while I was there." Stock Exchange. The sudden retirement of Mr. Pixley from a section which supported so active a vigilance committee speaks volumes for his forethought and caution. Felicia was gliding down the street the A xL-ith a TWbv liat on. and her hands in the pockets of a loi.g ulster, when a small boy ran up and said: " O iy, miss, u yer uau cigar, now, you'd be all right, wouldn't you? There is a Spanish proverb which says: " When vou choose a wife, shut your eyes and coram nd yourself to God." But that won't a' ways save you. 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The Bittern invariably remedy yellowness of complexion and whiles of the eves, pains in the rifrht side and under the ri-ht shouhier lilai'e, furred tongue, hyh colored uriu ,1iausea. verti$f. dyspepsia, constipnti jn, heavines." of the head, mantil despondency, and every other mani festation or accompaniment of a disordered condition if the live. The stumuch, bowel and kid eys also exper ience their regulating an 1 tonic Influence. For sale by all druggists and dealers generally. WHITE LEAD. Use ATLANTIC brand, the stand ard Lead. Stipulate for it in all your contracts. Do not permit any other to be employed. C. T RAYNOLOS & Co. Ro'io Agents. S Front St., San Francisco. A SMOTHER BOO -AT THE- THE HOUSE OF mm$ BROS. H VIVU M jVEB OUil fc.VTlHB STOCK consisting of Croceries, Liquors. Provisions, Hardware. Grain d Flour. Crock. I..'-, CLOPHi.VG. BOOT, SHOES, HAT AM GENTS' FUR:JISH!N3 G03DS, To our new building, we are now piepo-cd to supply usUimers and the pubic 8uclly with everohins m u line at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. We invite everybody ti call and compare prices a ijoods before purcinurini; elsewhere. Mr. CHARLES METTELDORFER havinz the entire mina?ement of our Ury uoous wepartuiem, r leased u see we inruus. HARRIS BBOi. Carson. Sept. 25. 1879. NOTICE. FRANK BOSKOWITZ. I MERCHANT TAILOR, M N'S AND BSYS' CLOTHING! IH ATS AND CAPSi material the price of ATLANTIC BOOTS AND SHOES, & PURE WHITE LEAD has been ad vanced. C. T. RAYNOLDS & Co., Sole Agents, 9 Fron(3t., San Francisco. CAUTION. Mixing speculation has received a black eye ia New York from the sudden decline of the stock in the Little Pittsburg mine. When it suddenly fell 75 per cent, the holders sent np a howl that could be heard as far as the southern part of New Jersey. The innocent souls expected the stock to go np forever. The price of ATLANTIC PURE WHITE LEAD having been advanc ed, property owners are cautioned against the substitution by painters of cheap, low grade Leads, which, owing to Inferiority in quality, can be bought for considerably less than the present cost of raw material. C. T. RAYNOLDS k Co. Sole Agen's, 9 Front Street, San Francisco. REWARD. WHEREAS THE SUBSTITUTION OF IN FERIOR, CHEAP LEAD, WHERE ATLAN TIC HAS BEEN SPECIFIED, IS NOT ONLY A FRAUD UPON THE PROPERTY OWNER, BUT A DAMAGE TO THE REPUTATION OF THE ATLANTIC BRAND, WE HEREBY OFFER A REWARD CF $50 FOR SUFFI CIENT EVIDENCE OF SUCH SUBSTITU TION BEING MADE. C. T. RAYNOLDS & Co., Sole Agents, 9 Front Street, San Francisco. mm CITY SAVINGS BANK BANKERS, BROKERS AND FIRE INSUR ANCE AGENTS. CARSON CITY. - NEVADA. MINING STOCKS BOCSBT AND POL.D ON COMMISSION, 7 Liberal Margins allowed on Approved Stscka. TR1 FraocUoo Correspondent Latham t King Carson September 1, 1877. Tha Only One Prico Clothing Store in Carson ! COUNTY BFILDISG. Canton Stret. Crott City, Sevada. CAQWIN & ALL EH!, j-hws PEAL.HR and stationers, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK I'ictvtro Frames a Specinlty. V lurL'e assortment of Spectacles and Eye-losses also dealers in Novelties. Yankee Notions, Toict Soafi, reriumei-y, Chromos. Stationery, fceoool ana Blank books. Iikh tin 1 Bo k IUu-c furnished t shor notice Oruns and Pianos at Lowest Possltole Rate tilllC it SINGKR SEWING MirHlStS riSTOLS, FIREARM3 ANP AMMUNITION AT LOWEST Will give special attention to the delivery of all Paper and Periodioals. The Gold HiU News delivered je!3s23 NEW RESTAURANT. E A. HL HAKI) HAS OPENED A !i. NEW ,4gfrRESTAIIRAfiT OPPOSITE THE CARSON OPERA HOUSE AND NEXT DOOR TO WINSTON'S EXCHANGE. Open Day and Night, and stocked with a 1 the Delicaeiewof tbe teaion. JACOB TOBRIHER, WB0LB8ALI aJTD UTall DlAbCR 19 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, PI PES, 8MOKERS ARTICLES. CUTLERY Etc Etc Etc. ARLINGTON BLOCK, CARSON CITY NEVADA. faclm MARBLE WORKS AGENCY. 31 R. HOWARD IIARPEB IIATIN BE&X appointed atfeut for this plaoe of the GRASS VALLEY MARBLE WORKS. s now prepared to furnish Grave-toie, Monument. Mantles. Marble Tile. etc.. on snort notice, cheaper tfjim can be furnished by any oher parties. Designs ea be seen at xnj resided, Boahh side of King street, two blocks east of tbe Capitol, EDWARD HARPER MASON & CO., IS tMSBCTT BfeK, WORTH CARSON STRfiET, HOIiEHALK A-SB B K T A I L'DBALEMh IN . OXIOCEJ2J5.IES, Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Ganced Fruits, Butter, Lard, Grain Coal Oil AMD AE.L. ARTKI.M. ISlflU-t KEPT IN 1 FIRST CIjASS STORE Of tbe kind of mercantile oiieiness in which they are enwd tS Orders taken aud Goods dehwed "SI TO ANT PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE MASON &. CO. Carson, alav 5 1876 S. REiNSTEIN, Sueeeseor to Reinstein & Gihooo, ITT HOLEKALE AND RETAIL DEALER V I Croceres, Provisions, Hardware, Crockery. Cisissward Tinware, Paints, Oils, Etc. BEST OF WINES, LKJUORS AN1 CIGARS. FIXE BRAXDY, PORT AS &IIEBBY For medicine- use. g-eKl delivered Free of baj-ye ! "61 -X"J" part of the vltj and TiBlly."i With the aruarantee of first-ilass goods, call on S. RKINSTEIN, ootio Stoce Building .iositf tit J.ii.. FELLS, FARGO & (0., ANKEKS. FXCHAACE AKD IXPRKS OKF1CE. CARSOU CITY, NEVADA From and after this date Welta, Fargo & Con. any BUY AND SELL MINING STGCKS. Librral Margin Allowed on Approved Stork. Carson, Atifpiat 25, 1877 MITCHELL'S RESTAURANT, Carson, Nevada, OPPOSITE CAPITOL. rpHIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS BEEN FIT. ED I T I In fine style, with all modum convesienot.8. Its patrons will be furnished with all Tbe Deliencie of the Kcnson, Prepared in the liiht-st style of the Art Cuisine ly the BEST VBJEJVCII COOKS, Beleotion being made from our rejfufctr bill of fare. Private rooms for theaeeommodation of ladies and families, entranwe on Second street, opposite Ormsbjr House. 3T Balls and parties furnished with suiiiiers at short otace. PrMes in accord with tbe times MITCHELL CLESOOVICH, Proprietor. Camon, NoTember 5. FAMILY GROCERY. T HB CHOICEST AND RARE.8 GHOOERIES For family use constantly on hand. 7" For Nte Uttlo Tlilnars Tint to Be "11 tar Found Elwwh.r, U CO TO CHENEY'S. A general assortment of the best staple and choice. BT oeriee. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES ! JOHN E. CHENEY, Adams Block, Carson street, corner of Telegraph. January 8 IH78. DR. F. J. WHITE, Office I On Kin? atreet, at rear ot MTtllla Ora srstore, AS3T Residence at the Arlinifton House, Room No 10. Calls promptly attended, night or day. Carson, September 10, 1878.