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4. ft. MIGHELS:::::ii::::"""":M SAT8iuAy Moajrise.AOeustinseo 1E1XZ& Tton -WAI0K cou The Gold Hill Biews f tbe 9ia ina. r nblishes the fallowing extract of a In ter just rpceivrd bjr the editor of thai journal from IIoo. Cornelius Cole. In view of ihe sentiments expressed bj Mr. Cole, the frieu'ls of the new aovemenl, will probably regret that they did not appoint an alternate for Mr. C, when they named him ai a delegate to the Philadelphia Convention. Mr. Cole ays : i 'I wonU rather lee the traitors in h 1 than at the bead of this Govern laent again: aod so. I know, wonld yon. The President" feelings, and sympa thies, and pr juji.es. and education are all with his "section." They are all "Southern;" and most naturally so. That i what is the matter. Shall tcr keep the old balance between the North and South? We thonpht slavery when it was swept awy cartied that with it; acd there is no more need tor its being left or revived than there is for haviug the same rharncter of distinction be tween the E.st and West." "Dun or Asdriw Johxsos." The following melancholy paragraph is from Washington dispatches to the Sew Tork Tribune. We reeret to say that the Johnson rinderpest is showing itself is San Francisco, says the Flag, chiefly among infirm Union men : "General Jim Lane died of Andy Johnson. He went from here to Kan aas. impressed with the delusion that his support of the President was so ac ceptable to the people of that Slate, that he could carry it fur Johnson's pol icy br 5,000 majority. Uis first appear ance upon the streets of Lawrence shock ed biui with a sense of his terrible error, la the town where he had once walked a monarch, no muri spoke to bim. Old friends passed him without recognition the sidewalk. On horseback, in the principal street, he rode unrecognized and rejected. He went to his bouse and sent for many of his old friends to come and see bim. They returned answer that they wished to have no intercourse with bim. Two days after his arrival llepresentatire Clark came from Wash ington. What contrast and what a lesson! A vast crowd met and welcom ed bim with music and dags. A public jaeeti.'iir nppUuiied his votes, honored !:im I liis fidelity and pleJgrd to bim he i..ve aud the sappnrt of Kansas. Ilaraiiiated, sttltn with remorse, and I lter!y desperate. I.ane terminate J m -nce his Lfe tad his career in JoLnson 1'oliiici.' nwBKiru ann-iT Gujsr. The Cop-I ptrneiuls are ttniMy worried about Grant. Tae tiii troiKiitan Record sir It is i-arit:tilar!r deserving of notice that io bis rei!y u the invitation to .it 'enl the T.-tmrmnv Society celebration in th: ri'y. oa tae Fourth .,f July, Genenl tyrant s.-id nut a word expres sive nf approval nf. or Fvmpultiy with, the birt of ihe Snriptv. as set f rth in Iheir letter. WhiU- Prrsi.l-ut Johnson, SrrrrMrv P. v;if!. and Sp.-rfiarv belles, r-sp..m!ej ;a t.-rms of cordini Jciiroritr. tier.e-t! Grant r :ni ntt a ward tt say, f .-j.-r than th it in nm en'ience of arvuVr enrii ment be vs blied t .1;-. i:r... t!,,. i,,,,,,,r. X,,t a word about a restored Tnin, not a word aJw'if the resior itiroi i.f ct.nstitn tiontl rritt.n i;ctsreen all ti e States. , n.t ot;- Tori ; he simply decline 1 the invitation. This ftoi'J seem to give color t t'ae r.-pnrt that ike Lieu tenant Gereril iri.'l rgeerve i!ie nomina 'ton nf th- i: i.'.i.-als for Presi. lent. It o, then Fr-d. iKjngUs must take a !ck seaV The ruiLvtiFipHtv Convextkw anb Vrax.isDi Wimi N( Tork, July 11. ""hit thief a:uji. Copperheads, ei-Mayor Wo,id, eorr.-.ir.rei-ej I-'.dimr K tvra-nd on the udew;.lk jester.! iy. when the fallowing 'barae'eriitic aad siiroiSetint dialogue oc- i trrrd : Wood i--ho-.it the PbilatMphia t'nnventinn ? Will yon admit our folks Ravm-wd 1 d i."t kn-.w whefhrr I shall :ake pait io it '-r not it Cuius tm-n turht M ip-t t.vj -ther i;i N itional Cncvrn tin ni t if they can o harmonize th-ir onflieTilti; views i.n iiimv issa s ns to achieve . Hre- on thnc rh-arlv eonfided to thirl r-syiit r,r o.iz.itien. 1 mail to m-r whetlier ! 'v'nioa m;u are to cntrol the l'hi'.adel,)hia inectinj:, -ir whether it U to le etptured hv h -tr enni. la; v.hat have you to do trh the nntt'T? Wim.i tiv. I att.I niy friends propose arceft the init i'mn to the Convention ied vrs-1 d"lez:.; s thereto. Jj you thintt tlor n;ll h" aihnittej i Uayni nd 1 don't think yon and your tMili'iea! friet.iis U kve b"etl incited. 1'he oll was isMtl t- men who sustained th" war fir the I'nion aud the A-ltninitration hieh coteloctfd ir to a sticeesaful con enion. You .ep rwtl the war and de nounced th G vemiiient. o i ' tii ! ih;.t U a'A paed naff, and Jiiuli be fornot'iii. i&avnond f i is not so long passed that i can he fr rgottcan ; aud wh'-n ytti and your fiands are admitted to the Philadelphia nv-tition, I for out, shall leave it- THESE A XT SSCVMTY FOK 1HK The Virginia Cuius of the Vth inst. in an anii-Ie entitled "'A candid survey," undertakes to discuss the possibility of tbn Go-eroinent of the United States obtaining '-indemnity for the past and seenrity for the futnre." The writer of that article very cavalierly dismisses the idea of the attainment of any snrh ob- ject.and stages what from his stand point aud according to his theory, is "the r inclusion of the whole matter," in the following language : "The key note to the probable solution may be discovered in the testimony of Alex ander H. Stephens, of Geonria. He said aistmeuy tnat the Southern people bad com plied with all the terms oristinallv offered tnt m, and a I which Congress had the right to impose ; that they would not accept others as conditions precedent to admission into Congress. It is reasonably certain that thev consider themselves within the Cnion. and in practical relations with the Government, which entitles them to representation in Con gress and in political conventions. It is rea- ouauij- cenain inai inrv will sena uiegares to the next National Nominating; Conven- tioM, and that the Democratic Nominating .onvention will admit them. It is reason ably certain, moreover, that thev will choose Electors of President and Vice-President. and ask to have them canvassed ; and that if the electoral votes of Southern and Northern Deraocrata together are enough to elect a I'resioeut and i ice-Preudent. and thev are not allowed, there will be a political trouble of a very formidable character. With John son tor freaident, at that time in command of the aii!iary forces, it cannot br rewoaa bly expected that the candidates elected will or can be kept out of otce." Between the necessity, or more prop erly speaking, the probability of an at tempt at the usurpation hinted at the con cluding paragraph ot the extract quoted above, aa appeal to the popular voice of the loyal States is to intervene and in the decision to be rendered on that appeal we rely for power to avert the threatened storm; between the accom ptishment of tbe result predicted by the writer in tbe Cnion if in some remote contingency it should be attempted, be and those who take bim for Ibeir prophet may rest assured there will intervene a drama more terribly tragic, than has ever been enacted on this world's stage. We are disposed to dis enss temperately and fairly any issue which may arise which now exists be tween contending policies ; but we should be recreant to our most earnest convictions of duty as journalists, if we could allow ourselves in reviewing passing events or declarations of future purposes, to pass by, without endeavor ing at least, to set the seal of condemna tion npon the daily arcomnlat'mp-evidences, which present themselves, uf ti.e in tention of our enemies, to wrest The I government from loyal routrol. and their openly avowed confidence in their ability to secure the aid of the Chief Esecntive of the nation in accomplish irs their uefarious purposes, '-peace-ably if they can, forcibly if they must."' And in attempting to expose this per il lious conspiracy, we simply desire to vindicate tbe purposes against n hie li tbe Catalincs of to day are arrayed, and g.vc expression to our belief that "ne.u e att'v1 thev never can attaio the ends '.hey aim at, that "forcibly,"' it will not be permitted by the people of the United Sta'es, that they ever shall. We state frankly aud unreservedly in the outset that we do not found any propo sition of our argument upon any condi tion of things which existed before the war. We discard the theory of .'State Rights, as opposed to the paramount ri'ht of the General Government, to maintain itself from aggression from any q iarter. Every evil under whit a the nation has groaned, every danger which ihreatrus its stability to-day, Uasgroivn out of and depends upon the assertion aud maintenance of the idea, that there exists in tne uenerat if overntneut no poaer to enforce its behest?, when those behests, emanating from no matter how lire a majority of the Legislative uo!y. clash with and are offensive to S' ine re- bellious unit uf the mighty whole. This theory drew the sword aud struck at the life of the nation. With wondcr'ul vitality it prolonged its desperate con test, U'iti! vunttiished in the field, lie lincg (Iiscomtited from the arena o! arms, it clings to-day with the tenacity of iesiier.ition, to the avowed purpo.-e.-of its Ion;; and dangerous existence; and what for a brief space it was be lieved to have irretrievably lost in bat tle, it seeks to grasp iu council, or fail ing in thai, to renew the struggle on fields already lost i it ruin twr a more ul.fp.ru eihibilion of tl iru yirit of ibis colsicoq foe the heritage of American Freemen, tbaa is to be found in the extract quoted above. Hence in discarding tbe theory of States Right we deny tbe correct ness of the conclusions arrived at by the Cnion. We have already hinted at their tendency ; and we unhesitatingly de nounce them aa treasonable aad infa mous. To tolerate tbeir utterance is one thing ; to assent to tbeir correct ness is another; for once admitted, the only answer that could be given to the juery which forms the caption of this article must be expressed in tbe sim plest form of Hie negative, tt does not remain however for us to make up the issue between the declarations of tbe fnion and the loyal sentiment and pur pose of the country. Following the dis comfiture of tbe armies of the Rebellion, the definition and establishment of the political status of the men who in the language of the Cnion propose to rely upon "Jobnsoo for President in command of the military forces;" and the propriety of admitting them now or hereafter to "seats" and "voices," which would give them control of the Government, was tbe subject of very grave discussion and much anxious de liberation by the law making power Tbe whole question if our memory serves us was referred to a joint committee on reconstruction, composed of members of the two Ilours of Congress, and that committee having taken a very labori ous and comprehensive view of the causes and origin of the difficultie which rendered "reconstruction" ne cessary, and tbe history of which exhib its the theory of State Rights in its true colors, reported the result of their la bors to Congress. Ctterly unable to ignore the fact of the Rebellion, candor compelled tbetn to attribute its inauguration to the influence npon the minds of tbe People of the States who entered upon that to tbeui somewhat unprofitable experiment, in part of the very heresy which finds so bold an ex pression in the article quoted. Th committee foand among other interest ing facts, that certain States bad with drawn tbeir representative from Con gress; had declared themselves out of the Cnion, and in their fourth deduction from the facts which came under their observation during the course of their investigation?, declared as follows con cerning these States, to wit that they; "Havintr by this treasonable withdrawal from Congress, and bv flagrant rebellion and war, forfeited all civil aud pt-litical rights and privileges ander the Federal Constitu tion, thev can only he restored thereto by the permission and authority of that ronsritu-Tion-i! retwer against which they rebelled and by which they were subdued." The committee in endeavoring to dis charge the duties incumbent upon tiiera submitted certaiu recommendations to Congress, the re-uit of which was a "j;int resolution proposing an amend ment to the Constitution uf tbe Cnited Slates." ?uSce it to say, in reference to that proposed amendment, that its adoption and incorporation iuto the Constitution will very effectually dis pose of the theory which relies upon --Johnson for President in com mand of tbe military forces." It is the carefully prepared, deliberately expres sed suggestion of a body equal at least, we woul 1 fain hope, in poliiical wisdom to the organization which boasts such shining lights as Vailandighatn and Garret Davis. Iiat for the unparalleled perfi iy and daring in which the Rebel lion so recently crushed by force of arms was inaugurated, we well might treat the threatened appeal to arms as the idle Vaporing of a reckless partisan. An isolated utterance of treason might be passed by unnoticed. Dot taught in tbe school of experien-e we regard the ex pression oi sucn sejitinierts as are em bodied in the article fro.n which we have ij loted as eutitle l to some weight And siuce the contest is to be renewed between Treason aud Loyalty between a government possessing the elements of self Preservation, and a priucip'.e which would make the Cuion depend ent npon the caprice of its members tor its stability; we can do no less than to expose the inherent infamy of tbe plan which again assumes the attitude of de fiance and raise our voice in warning against its machinations. Our reliance is in the intelligence and patriotism of the people; tbe enemy looks to a rene gade President in command of tbe mili- And we mnj !ookfrj forces. TLej seek At of eld to ducttt" not oolj theSoutbert but lb tOjCQfir tmMMble Miod ( tb naUoB "to ire" aot tbe Southern, bat tbe whole rebel heart of the People. They may succeed bat let tbeai take heed, that they may sot sow tbe wind with out reaping the whirlwind. In the nighty struggle before as there can be but two aides to the question. And the maa who i not steeped to the lips in treason, whose every pretence of loyalty is aot a bitter mockery; w bo hopes thai ia tbe time to come his name may be written asaong those who loved their country, will not hesitate where to plant his feet or how to cast bis vote. There is no middle ground, there is no excuse for defection. It may be that evra tbe gracelesa inmate of the White House might pause io his shameful career, before tbe overwhelming rebuke of a popular triumph; it may be Ih verdict of "well done" recorded by the people io favor of tbe measure submitted by Congress, will be sufficient to give even Treason "pause." But he rends the signs ot the times to but little purpose who does not see that for tbe loyal vote of tbe na tion to hesitate or falter is to invite a contest which terminate might only with the loss of all that tbe true son of the Republic holds worthy of preservation. SHBMirrS KALE. UT TTHTTK OF AX ORDKK Of 9 A ME TO E tlirecit-d ttftrJ oit f the H-in.;.W tbe lH trici Ctort .if ttit Sw'O'lJa.lKi t Uuttnct. in mmi fr lYiii!Tty cunn'T. ?ttMtf N-T3.iv in th f l.L, l Knii, Jaw. cin-t MHM.,'lli WAITZ n.l AN.X WAITS, bis -rife, whmn jtxLnirDt 'M rriwlrrtnl on th .Sth tty f OctiIer A. 1. Ittt'o. in t r tt fstij Rinc or tltt? mini of It. 53 5. ifsctuUin? niartsrl f. with itttenia on the Mimf 3eTn Hait'tred and fifty ditlUr fr-t October 4th, 165, iiuttt pa tl. t ihr rate f & per cent. -er iMHilli,t-tri-r ttn hr the rtirtiier ami JetMttwiial ftuin tf $n& fmt sf ictHn ! Mx-roitifE eiela Ct-mBiMtintT Ine to eli the itr..fert taeriiuarter de i il-ed, tht-re having bet a pnitl uon mid ju lenient tbe nm f one Itiusti4 (Miar. in tw ve rai pnTiah-uttt. a fllw : one of three kunttr! dollar of tatv VtvHter 3d, lt3&. and otte uf (bT-n hinlted dollars of AaXv Airil 5th, IS. In rurwuanr thereof. I have thi day leTied nprm and -eizt-d. and will exfoji for sale at public auction to htif the hmlaro dae upoa a d jn.Ucment in front of the CVnrt Ilou d'-r, OtrsHW City, Oinwby cunutv, frtate ut Ne- va-ta, on th Thirtieth day of August, A. D. 1S66, tetween the Honrs of 9 oVIorfc A. M. and 5 o'clock . M.toa-it.- A- lo'cW-n KM. all the uhf, title, interest, claim or e&tate whtvh ici dt fend mnfm, r either of th m. nowr hare or bd on the 1.1 h day of May. V l. lt4. ot. in or to Uie fo !winic dt-nci ibed property to wit : AUtbxl rartain lot, piece o parcel of icrixinJ aitnat, liii; and heini; in the town of Carn, Oimhy connTT. State of erala aforeMid. known and tteci t)-'d afoltoWA, to wit: Hefrtntiitafr at the n rth-ett ctrnerof nrry and K:n itreelt, thence runtiin n rth with the want line of t'nrry trci t eiirlity feet; thence at riirht jauie tast eij;lii t-, U--x t line of .tllfT ; tlienre ai rtrtit attain mTh with ai ey line eighty (n vt to the th line of Kitic street, ait 4 ther.c went tth mkI hue of K 'reel eighty feet th p?:tce of h- in:.it g. theinte l- inir and f rniiue h-tt w kit n nvA rereHentedupontLe plat if I'roclor am) ttreeii' Iivi-iji-n r p-rii-'n .-f -aid t-n i I he w hole f l.tta mintl-ered aid ten I H. at d twelve li feet in wi.ith oft of the aoiith tde of Ut litim herel ix all --f hi. ck nnmU-r eht S . t.-:-ther wi h wll and n ncular the t n- n.e't-. 1t 1itanienfs "Ti nppnrt-ftarirt4 thereunto Itel.minc or in anywise appt-rtai:itn); T. O. SMITH, Sheriff. "tTThy cmTy, Neala. Py T. J. Frwiiia, l-pu y "sheufT Anirut , !. Td STATE K IK AIA. UM I V of Oiiu-d'y Pi;iTM t i' mt. Sec-i.-l Jti ii ml I;-Tri.-t. lu'the ivaiter . f the .-,t:tTe ol VI! Attn A WAYMAN. .e.ie ot;c- io-r-t y fiT.-n that JolIM H A M 4 N h;t I;'. I with th.- rieik ..f ihe r. u-t a j r-t ti-.n pr-tTn. f"T Lett erst of Adiuinis-tiatioti' i.f th' etate ..f M'tririef A. Vntmaii. ttt-r. a-sed. and tit it Mcndnr, the day of S?ptf mhert a. n. T li o't-loi k A. 1 of that diiy heme 'erm 'ly to wit: - I thf ei'ttiitser Term" A. l. iho. ,.f th.n Curt. at the 1 Miu t Court rt-otit. in C tr-oii City, ill j-hi.I (Mlllity ;iti! M:tte, Jt- been $"t f T h' l iie -wid lvtitioii, tten and where nn -e-!-..n in e'e: etl may ap-! aini th.iw c.nie, if u ti x hbre, why taid t't-titi-.n r-hould in t he ni'it-d. Ovwr, rff 1,T,rtth nil td t il I IO ! VI.L PEHSONS ARE CAtTIOM, A.AIN1 Itin-h tHins certificates of dep.t ieiii hv Weiln. Faruo t C.. l'arn :itv. tt me ut date. nuniirfT and aiuount as f 'Ut-wa, to wit : DvtK. MUHEI. AM' l !fT .lime 13, 4.4. J , K-t. i-i. 4.74.. 1s( N-v IS, 4.7M. ltdi J in 15, Iwifi, t .h;ne 14. i.0t'4. SO the winie have bet n lost and arment t--r.id. LAtStN itUtlXAiiA. Canon, July 13, 106 Reward: TTienn lr-iirtiei will i-av the al-oTe snm mt a reward to any r-n n who ill re.'utn the above ertill.-ntt-s to bit 'HMfet-Mtwi . ivi-lm LACO ROUT7AMX. SHERIFFS ftALK. T"Y YIRTTE 'F AN OlttKKOF PALK TO MK X9 diret-t-l. i-sue.! out of tht Ihn. -jd Ju-nci.l i'i-tnrt t oo i, tirnvd.y cv anly, Ne,mhi. on i Jildpnient len-te'-eii therein o ttu- 1st hi f Aun uf A l. IHii. in ftTor of T. M. .H ai d aaitntt M. P. HAIii..- and MAKY I HINn lor tfie-nm of?0 (h, uifh mtre?d on the ui f f')t at the rate of ten M'H erceiit. er an ntirn tr- Tutlie 11 day of hec-mh-r A. 1. IStJ, K nethet with the nni of 511 1 h ctatra of mm a'.i it'-cniiTii: comts. c-'R: ma mlnif tnti t. ?ell the proper ty hereinafter 'ewriT.e-t. anl. in pin nrram e thereof i h ve levu- ajHin an I M-ixed. aitd wtil expire ai p'lh'.icMle. at th (Tjrt llonrte door, is ariD City, Oi nti-hy c.-nnty, Nevada, on the '4h mt Aagaat A.D. ltw.-en the hours (f 9 o'clock A- M. and 5ocl"ck V M. to wit : AtloVlotkl. M. all the ritf.t. title. iHtt-iej-t and claim ol the ail tletend.ints. M. P. aud Mary P UttiiM of. in and to the ftU lo inS describctl pp'rty, to wit : Lot uuniher four (4i, live (5), tune (9) ami ten flu), ant! the north oue-halt of lot number eight (S in block nnntirer fil'tevn (15), .situate and beinje Id Cuiry't north athliiioo to auitlCaimCiiy. Co! t Ortusl'y , State of Nevada, toueilier with ail aad singular the tnemenia heredi amenta anl apnrtenaiK-eti thereto bvlubgiag uria any win apr ''""'''!:. T1.8MITB, FherflT nf the Cuaty of Orastdiy. Aawt7,lM. wMd cms snm, ntxv . to tbe lasasaa, CAIISON CITY, NEVADA, HOTJ8E, SIGN T CMEWER8 AID INOEEEll THE SUBSCRIBER HAf 05 UA! wme auo, Fra-4.a mt Aarte4 Rsv.kto0 Takwtca, Which will he ild on Terr foratd terma, M rare chance fvr bargain ia tflrered. JOHN 0. FOX, fehifi tf i araon rU-4 Mora. EDT7HT A. DAVIS, CARSON STREET. CARSOX CrtT, (Lataintliaempk-TawntotGillig, Movt Co.) BTOVB8. Tin Ware, 'umpa, to. ta Sheet an OalTaniied Iron, Copper and T' riat Ur1ajr. Variirauw- attei.lwu pad tw Job Work of e- ry decript-tin. drld-Ct J. MU HAIR BATU1N04 1-TtIS Wr.t.h K" TONS 'Rial. FUON an1 Haitiinc Ktibl:4l(liirtit itl alwmya 1 ftMMMl -to-aa kiii r-imf.n jtbir in tnfh aiartiueav. Par'icaiar ail-otua paiil to H-iir Ctmtnr;, tar ljhr m wH ai Orntlt-aHm. Hot. Caft ana ?Uur lUlhrn at all H..CT1 J. MIL CAJLSOH CUT BSWT F02 SALE. 'pnE rNPKKrICNtD UIM TO OFFER FOR 1 CHEAP FOR CASE. 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