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A California p.per says the total ex- A LARGE AND FINE SELECTION peiis vi iiaucms ; i win iip:i insane Tl'ESDAY. APKEii 1. The I Icfrnfcs circled at the recent primary rlrrfmn feci that thoy have more rcfponsihilify than they h:i reamed for, and that Iheir election is the re Fiilt of a joko to fnrco upon ihpin the task of hunting up tlireo cilizens vi!! i g to saerifico themselves for the office of City Trustee. It took Superintend ent Grerni.iw tline or four niontlis to fill a vaeaney in the Schwol Uo'ard, and susnrestions from him would he in order. The people of this coast are not alone in the deirt? to Ikh'p Chinese immi gration checked. An enthusiastic anti Chinese meeting1 was held in Chh-airo Saturday night, which was presided over lv Mayor IT-irrison. Now (1 fie working clashes of the takifg hold of the matter we can the more reasonably !irpr for a speedy folution of the vexed question. Should the proposed new hill tiass at tins ses frion of Congress t!ie agitation m:r have a favorahle eO'.'ct upon the 1'rcshlent. It is alnmst lirjping against hope to 1 lieve that it will, for the wording of the recent veto signified as much. However, we indulge the hope, heiiev i:ig that Arthur was prompted ly sel fish and politic motives, and llr.it ho may sec Jus mistake and amend. John T. Mere, Jr., in his recent work on John (Juincy Adams, spe.i! s f liim at the age of G2 as that iik Inn choly production of the Ameri an : ov crnment system an ex-Presidnf. 'Jiiere is a wntdo sermon in tnat terse expression. Adams was, of all our Presidents, the most '-melancholy" ex nmnlo of what Morse means, lie hail nothing to do, was too old to resume his law practi e, dreaded apathy and i lien ess, r,d had ha rely iqeans enough for scanty subsistence. He was forced to go to Congress. Asylum, including attendants, food, clothing ami medical treatment, is only about forty-five cents per day for each patient. The monthly cost of running the Asylum is alxnit $15,000. Should the Nevada Asylum be conducted : s cheaply proportionately as the Napa Asylum, Nevada will 6ave $25,000 per year by having its own insane cared for within the State. Tiie people will be satisfied if t he saving is only $ 10,000 per annum, and Dr. Duvson, the Su perintendent, is certain it will beat least Unit much. J2cuo Journal. Shiioh's Catarrh Remedy a positive cure for catarrh, diptheria and canker mouth. ta s k or Tit VAA s- hh. !. II. Kiiixc.id. - '. F mi is mn SLIPPERS and SAKDALS -AT- M. GILLIGAN'S THE HECniSICS SHOE STORE, At Prices to Suit the Times. CARSON ST., CARSON, la Front of S::;io Caj it! Euilc::i:r. - umtiT ol"OrniNly . a'litr Xlubc ik anil M. .v.. M'trphy, bom? du.y wrn, severally .siy, ti-cy are nutn IvI'M are r i..eij f Uk- toni i.-f Kxiiiniurrs ol iIjc ra:e of .rviidt; u..iL oi ihc I til taur' Ariii, thev ( ft r li-vin.r ;iNt-r aiiK-J frem tliv l-o Ks tt tl:o Mate Co:?tp.l cr the j am -nut '! nivcuy vaie:i slioaKl be m Treasury ui 'tie j T an .-'val fx.i'i,.".::.tioi and t.m-.l ft the rain.ly and i a I 'T K ECt V I V KI A I. A V.il C MC1.5XTIt7f vo tellers ior ntuiioy in lie t-rate treasury lI f.cvaii.1 Uiid iuiiUil t-tte sa:.u corrcc', as folius : (' in Cti.l cmi:; $ t.:i,v:-i t reiitme.i t- Ci.mrolle:". 7;.:,7 diets :.i iflATt tr.ci t.rrti:.'. Ir: o lenv.ble -Neva-Ja Mate ehut! Banci c auti .s(;;'.e 1 o:m.s ( ni-ed M.U'1 boliiis lied: . JO. tco IV jo:rv u. i:ivki:i. y. ,v ;ii';:i'iiv MlW(Tilil aim taiTti to cct'jie mi; .Ms s vc;... c j J.iy 1 1 ,i r,', A. 1. Ist'J. tSE.Al 1 JAS. ;. e;!l -.SLF-V. :.'..trT I'ul, Cut; ( i v : 'el,;ui ti.is i-r ry i i t-e ii.'i.i ut t'i i V i 'itl t, Ni'iii! i. I'Ai o.-' JIAi. i..at 11" i ",'is:!:Yj:t ov tus: Vir-iuia u. il . t .ukt .: Kaiir. i - II 1 ut :d Ci'.i j;v, in t I i: .I.MIA 1 , lliu .N I.V 1 It 1. i: Vi:;tiN(JT. -V. Sc Tiie Southern compositoi who made his paper say that it took $.1,000 of Government money to I uy a Congress man, when he should have said, bury, was more mistaken as to quantity than as to fact. Easter is over, but, the Omaha lie publican says, it is still quite the proper idea for young ladies to paint a bunch of panies on a fresh laid egg and forward it to her best gentleman friend. This figniiies : " Pa is hatching another echeme against you. Come over the jranlen wall this evening." The inter ot t now begins. CARSON OPERA HOUS "JOXWAY AXD TITSDAY r.VK"XliN. April 17 aud IS. SIXTH SEASON JAY RIAL'S Majestic Ilcviv.il of the Kiiriiou", Moral and ricturesqia Prama of 11! TOM'S CABIN ! Elevated to Ilitt Position of ;i Historical Drama, In- MR. II AlililKT HKIX'IIEK STOWK, Fnnnins tlie Strongest i onii;uiy that has I'Acr l'resentfd this Ueuutii'ul HomL l'ieture of LIFE AK0WG TEE LOWLY ! ol la(lin,' misM'H- Km! liilifi -n llnpii'K unit s.twtlnls t' IniCkl ant! isi-t. Is:- li.iiah;si)li s,riini Hie pi im ir.;il I'KHlrrn i: ai3i!';i't;ircs, Mliieli oif al jirircs l c.'f.v -.itiii,tiIiri-. i:Tjbily cjiinp aiil -xaiiint- tili mill ji tor j'nr- i Alst I li:c'jlltl roltl'iMMl frivm Knti I rnnriixo Hlnre 1 isnr-liaM'l a Inr--iiikI fi:ic N-Ii-rti4iii il !mii r in-iv. imnlr IkxiIm sS:oj- of llir fin k! ;!J;i!iJ3'. A!sj jast rrrcivid lar- isiwtiev f III hint ! I! ml"- iln Frfitfll lii.I Ittii tin-;l oiiimoii oii e e-l. A it lar,; i -lrc- ol''iil's. Io.v a nutl on Mi's spring l:it T IIif Ialet it lc antl I;:i?t jti : 1 1 l.i i I a iu llli;- Jtra". Ita's i f list" lineNt qaul.ij . I :i:t- t.tt 1:::ji.5 :t S;; 51 o sK'5. 1 .lit-nt's. I,;y"' aud jr:ii"K clolliii.K' ",! liirii vhi.i.v ;ro i. 'J lti line I r.tu l'..ini; .ml. tui.i will l.cstdl aiiaj In'Ioiv wit (:!' salt' riv t ('iiiiii'DiiilrinmiiK1 S' h:js! jml'" f'-i" jotirfl csi 1 ir- iiirct:i.i Is. w ii'rt". V-ry Iruly Yours, I'lldl'B KTOB. FOH T!1E CEST AKD LATEST STYLES HI CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AP3D CAPS, IClc L-"tc Ktc, go rro rmxiu PRICE CLOTHING STORE! eosKOwrr; County Dui!ding. Carson City, Neva: -a. 6mm b GOODS MAHKEI) IN PLAIN I'lC.l.TU KS. R 11 IY ?Srto T H E c OOT FOR BAS61NS! 2200 PAPERS Vick's, Ferry's and Cowcif s Flower Seeds. A Crank ':'.mpris;n. The Itepiildienns of Car.on yesterday l.el 1 their nrimnrv eleetinn. Tlie eon- test would have had no sijrnificancp outside of Hint town it tein?r of ffrictlv loeal clmraeter hut for the fact that an attempt was made to destroy the harmony of tlie party in Ormshy county. A chronic office-seeker, with nn inordinate ambition to have himself recognized as a Stalwart Republican, has been making himself a laurhinr stock amonpf his townsmen for nearly a voar past. There being1 no arbitrary factional division in the Republican party in Nevada, this mountebank has nil alonpr had an uph'll tak before him to make it nppear that there was any public sentiment to support his pe culiar views. Armed with a few pounds of loner primer and a job press, the dis turber undertook to play the part of a newspaper srribe, and from day to day, like a Stalwart Jupiter, let loose, the thunder of Im sanctum, murdering the Kinpr's English, and terrifying his hap less readers. The evidences of a dis ordered intellect had become so convinc ing that the ticket he presented yester day for defeat came to be known as the "crank ticket." The" fact that its author, in his Stalwart madness, saw nothing in the President's Chines messagre to hold blameworthy, of course, had its injur ious effect upon his ticket. II is course in commending the veto was a fatal ex posure of the fellow's proveIin' instinct for office, and of his selfishness. His attempt to seduce the Republicans of Carson into a guerilla warfare upon pro perty rights, under the ridiculous battle cry of " Anli-Monopoly," culminated in a very mournful disaster. The so called Sta'wart campaign in Nevada had a most a ludicrous ending in Carson yes terday ; for the crank ticket was most effectually smothered by a vote of 235 polled by the regular Republicans against 100 cast for the crank ticket. Virginia Enterprise. C'owerful double Company ! Grand Ncenic KflVptw ! Cclrbratrd Trick Dockry, "Jerry" The .Tl.inimotli Trained EJIoosIIiohimI 'J'!:e .Magnolia J a'.. ilfc Hand. .r.'i;i.I Tra;if jriaation A(l:rtisiuii t'ifly Cent rtri- ' rserve.l Seats f f vetity-fi ve Cents. Box Sheet now opt'ii at J Tohrinei 's C'iar s:oro. GEO. T. DAVIS AT THE OLD STAND, QFFF.RS A I KESH HTOCIi OP fiARDEI 1SD CRASS SEEDS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO WINES AND LIQUORS, In Lare or Srra'l Quintities, at THE LOWEST PRICES! 3,000 Papers Dliehigan and Jiiw York Crown Vogctatolo ScodB And a Iarge fctock Of Garden Field Seedj In Full, Warranted Fresh, and at LOWER PRICES THAN EVER ! LOOK ISarqains in Towels andTowclings Bargains in Table Linens Bargains in Flannels Bargains in Dress Goods Bargains in Black Silks Bargains in Cloaks Bargains in Dolilnians Bargains in Carpets BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING A Full LIn o" Groceries, Liquors, Hardware, Crockery, etc. CAGWIN flQTEWARE XEWSIIEALtUS & STATiOSEilJ?. SclLOCl SccJit'J. PICTURE Seven and a half hs C Sugar For $1.00 Six lhs Crushed or Granulated for SI. (10 Six Cans Tomatoes For $1.)C Six Papers Coffee For 1.00 Geo. O. "T li ctsit o x, Druggist and Seedsman. MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK. Assets Sai,702,9.")7 92 Carson antl Cth Streets. Carson. Xevada M. A. DOWNEY DEALER IX New & Second-Hand Furniture PIT ("ASH DOHA FOR XKW T or SceonU-H ind Hlack Walnut -is. Mnrhip Sets, t'hiimbrr Sets, Carnts. stoves. r.n-k ,-i v. w:rf, tUnsawsire. Tinware and all kinds of Hmise lio:cl Goods. Will sell Hip w Miiiniiiill Com mission. I am also prepared to turn .m rt cl.iss Upludsterv and Cabinet work. fitT Drapery of all kindson hanil anA Priees. ,-. HOraE TO ItEXT-T have n few hn rental, which I will let on tbe most reasonable ti ins. I'liiM corporation, orgnnizefl in ISl.'l for (ho purpose of Insuring lives, l con ducted solely in the Interest of its policy holders, to whom in their collective capacity belong its entire assets. All the prolits are divided among then"., and there are no stockholders to control tho Company, or to take any portion of its sur plus. The Company long since attained, and now holds, tiie foremost place among Life Insur ance Institutions of the woirid. The magnitude of its business proves that it enjoys the confi dence of the people. Beyond and above all the liabilities, computed by the New York legal standard, it has a surplus fund exceeding Twelve Millions of Dollars. Tho company has paid to its policy holders : The Dry Goods Must Go ! liAtciiis nitos FALL AKD WIN TEH K. OjPI'Ii Ij A: IL A T '1 InvoiceM of'CioodH at tlie QRNER OF CARSON A NO r H IRiJ ST R E T Opposite the St. Charles Holel. Xow is the time to xamine their stork of FJLL MD WI5HR GOODS, Consistm' if dens', Youih's and Bays' Clothing Of nil tlie latest and most aiipruvcd sty les Hat. Caps, Trankft. Valises. Ktc SARSON CITY SAVINGS MM WVM.IX 5 ! V OX IMM) A I.AItCX A" .Tsnotry, Npeclni t l-.vt1 ilasse, Xovelllm.' Tniiht f XotioiiM. Toilet ! vuj. Vertnnttry, ( hniKiofi. StMlloiiery. Ktt:vtl ! lllnuLi ISooKa. i l lf-nrmii anU Aiuiuunttlsit, riMliin Tttcklf, ArtistV ttHtcvtnl, iUrl oo:li. Am- rlr.ni, Tliirr, X fn Home. !- ii u ' AntontHtia Sciii 35af IiineM. Wljpilcr mid nilauu rianoj and Orgsnat thr Invert Pntes. n-.ee t ml F Music I iinii?licri at hit t4i:. WU cive iTi-ci.il attKfitjun to the delivery of irr awt pcrioiiiui!. lirk'k liuilJuif;, u) lite 1 ost I flit. Dma City, .Nevada. J.U John Rosso r. MEAT FOR ALL HARKIN0 BEEF, MUTTON', SAUSAGE, FANCY CUTS, PRIME ROASTS, TENDERLOIN Carson St., between 3d and 4th YORK BAKERY ! ?ince its organization And during the year 1SS1 . SI?'5,3;,9..134 TKIiSON'S wishing to secure Legitimate and Safe Lifo Insurance at Lowest C st will find it to their ad vantage to insure in the MUTUAL LITE INSURANCE COMPANY OK NEW YORK. B" For further particulars apply to J. D. Kersey, m22 Aeeat for Carson City, Tie v. BACKERS AND BROKERS. CARSON CITY. .... NEVADA. JAOOn KLEIN J ;. fox OKOltUE W.TL'FLY... President .. . Vice 1 'resident Cashier KINO STKi:ET. : C03iri.KTK I.;T.VISMSHJIEXT ALL KINDS OF ; !C R A C K E RS Sod.i. liutter, IIoMon. Pilot. Wine, I'ienir. Jenny LI Gfnser .Mnapn, ICreau. I'lct. CaJie : Confectioner-, Kto. : HMNG XTtM KM ttlH (,I1T AND PtHA tyUberal Marvriiig allowed od Approved Stocki.Tsl San Francifco Correiipoixlen Hnmer S. Kin? Carson, fcU.-ptomUir 1, liC;. S. L. KI.'.'O, u. r. H.ORE.VCE H. KING, II. D DH?. KING & KKG, JJHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Ofllcc-Gomer of Einr an.1 Ci;ri7 jtrcets. DR. MAYO A. GREENLAW, DENTIST, CARSON CITY. NEVADA. Oinee over Knviux l-ank. f r.'iu !) a. m. to . in. tlfliee lionr Dr. H. VV. STAUFFER, f KXTIT-nooni 17. Arlington - IIOUhK, Carson Ciy, N'erarftf, '