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ALV. DOT K.N, ■ ■ lUh.r mm4 l»ro»rUl«r. GOLD BILL i i T0E8DAT. APRIL 7, 1874 II KIM 'III.II \ > I'HIM|IM.I> AND OEM OCKATIC > K«iATlONf*. The Xevada Tribu** U in search— not Ilka Coeleb* of a wife—but of In formation. It propound* the qaery, What Is Itepuhllcanlsm, and doe« It differ from Democracy? If m, how? IVe propone to answer the question to tlio best of our ability, premising that In a hastily written edltoral errors may creep In. Republicanism and Democracy In their broadest sense art Identical. In other words, a true Republic Is al»o a true Democracy. A government which has for Its basis a written constitution and whose people have several ly and collectively the nomination and elec tion of their rulers, or rather agents. Is both a Republic and a Democracy. Tlieso terms have been applied Indis criminately to organisations of men for the purpose* of .self-goverment from the Institution of the llrnt republican cltyofOreece up to the present time. Generally, or taken lu the broidrst sens* of tbe terms, wo say Republican ism and Democracy are convertible expressions, carrying the same prin ciples and conveying an Identical idua of an organised system of Independent electoral government. Rut we have no doubt the Tribune more especial ly desires to !h> told the ditlerence i»e town the Republican and Democratic theory a* applied to present parties and political Issues. By a comparison of the two National platform* adopted In 1S7'2, but little can be gleaued. at they were both framed and adopted by member* of the II* publican party. They therefore embody the view* of different taction* of that party. True, tho Democrat* formally accepted both the nominee* and platform of tho Cincinnati Con vention, but It wai dene under protett and a* the result show*, never In good faith accepted by the I>cinocratlc rauk and file. W0 must, therefore, look te the pre tent attitude of the Dem ocratic party a* Ukeii by It* exponent* In Congre**. who are *uppn*ed to rep resent both Democratic policy and principle. There are three great <|<HHtlon« now before tho people of the L'uited State*. First, finance; tecond, transportation; third, clfll service reform. The lie publican jmrty I* pledged to »peedy fpeele payment*. and tho Democratic j»arty claim* to bo ro al*o. Until a law I* |ia*4«d and signed by the Pres ident, which defer* title result by In flating the currency. It mull be con sidered a* a principle of the Repub lican party. Xerertltelett, we Hud In the House of Representative*, that lully three-fifth* of the Democratic member* recently voted for a vast expansion of the greenback circulation, Regarding the transportation queUion, bow do the l»*mocretlo member* *tand ? By a referenoe to the recent vote upon Mo Crary'a bill we tlnd that but live Dem ocrat* In the Lower Uou*o woro In It* favor. And yet till* Jill offer* the only eolutlon of tho traiuper tatlon problem by placing freight* and fare* directly under the super vltlon of the General Government. The Democracy, while howling for cheaper trximportation and guathlng their teeth again*t tnnuepolles, relute mpport to the only method of accom plishing the otuli sought. They cry oentrallzatlou and usurpation. They have uot yet forgotten Calhouu. The Republicans believe the Ueueral Gov ernment lupretne In Its province, and empowered by the Constitution to reg ulate commerce between State*, whether oil railroad* or lake* and riv er*. The Democracy by their vote* (for, as we said, they have no party platform,) do not. The Republican party I* pledged to civil service re form. It* practice* In thl* particular, a* exemplified In recent appointment*, wo are net now discussing. But we find the Democratic party per*l*tvntly opposing every effort to thl* end. We illtd theiu In deliberate caucus at tho beginning of the section choosing Fer nando Wood, a bitter enemy of the movement and a salary-grabber, a* candidate for Speaker. We llud theiu aiding the Butler element In Maua chutett* to violate both letter and spirit of the civil *ervlce by uniting to con firm one Simmon*. We find theiu In the Souato opposing en nu«*c a new election In l.oultlana. and thu* pre venting tho*e Republicans who be lieve In decent government from car rying out their wishes. Tho Demo cratic party of to-day has but one principle, to-wlt: opposition to the " Ins" and to any and every effort to benefit the people which can by any po**lbllity Inure to the credit of tho Republican party. We have briefly sketched the (hrr« prominent «iuc« tlons before the peuple, anil the attitude at the present tlmo v( tlie Republican and lieinocratlc parties thereon. We hive not ill«cu»«r<t thein full)*, but have said auou^li to point out torn* difference* which are vital and Irreconcilable. The Republican party In principle U Mp to the de iii wuls of Hi* |>eople. For the selec tion of agents to carry oat tho«e prin ciples the people are re«]>«uslble. The iMmocratic party In principle (If ne except the single one at stupid oppo sition to all good measures) I* barren of /verything but blttor memories. Tiik Chicago correspondent of the Toronto <iloht »ars : " Perhaps, nest tn Ben Butler, the high««t develop merit of American civilisation may be Mild to be the Sunday newspaper." Tiik Cincinnati Timet complains that the peach crop lias caught cold again. How else can the peach crop prepare for consumption next Fall ttoston Gtoh*. Wai.wokiii Is aald to have epileptic fits. Ills mother spends a great deal of time at a hotel In Auburn, so as to be near lilm. THE KIXANC'K DILI The Finance 1)111 ye*terday passed bj U. S. Senate. Following It tli« >111 a* po««eil: Ski-tion 1 — That tlw maximum imouut of l'nlted State* note* I* here sy fixed at >100.000.000. Sec. 'J—That $10,000,000 In note* for :lrculatlou, In addition to such circu lation now allowed by law, be lt*aed to National Banking Association* now organized and which may he organized hereafter. and auch Increased circula tion shall be diatrlbuted among the «everal State* ai provided In Section 1 ol the Act entitled "An Act to provide for the redemption of three per cen tum temporary loan certificate* and lor the increa*e of National Bank note#." approved July 12, 1870. Sac. 3—That the National Banking Association* now organized and here after to be organized, shall keep and maintain a* paru of their reserve, a* requeued by law. the fourth part of the coin received by than) a* Interest on tha bonds of the United States de posited as security for circulating note* or Government deposit*, and that here after only one-fourth of the reserve now prescribed by law for National Buiking Associations sluill be held for the redemption ol tbelr circulating note* from association* in citUs of re demption, and upon which balance no lntere*t shall be |>ahi. I'll* vote vii 20 to 31, wren sen atnrs on each side being paired. This bill, we earnestly hope, will be vetoed by President Grant. It was opposed by nearly all the ulcnt In the Senate. In tho word* of Senator Conkllng, It provide* "Tor tho putting out- and keeping out of *11,000.000 *1 Irro deeinable bank piper, which, while It might afford temporary relief, would only pave the way to future disaster and distress. It I* against the ex perience of hUtory and dlshouora the faith of the natlou and every depart ment of the Government, a* well a* thu part; which elected a uiajerlty of the Senator* upon tho floor, ami the Chief Magistrate of the nation, who was also pledged against till* policy." Senator Thuruiau said he Iwlleved " It would disrupt the Republican party, though he could not «ay hli own was very sound on the question." Senator Sargent was evidently excited, lie saldho relied " upon another depart ment of the Government to let aright the wrong which had been done here. Tho Administration had been elected upon a pledge contrary to this bill, lie believed there were men enough In tho Kaat and In the West to see any party or tho leader of any party perish who attempted to flood the country with an Irredeemable paper currency." If tbU bill becomes a law the Repub lican party will have gone back upon oho ol the first principle* claimed for it; will luvo stultifled ltielf and de ceived It) adhereuti. Tiib Sacramento I'hIoh, tho organ of tho California Dolly Vardens, took especial pain* aud made earnest at tempt* to Mio* that they and Liberal Republicanism, with Sumner,Greeley, Adams, Hanks, etc., a* it* exponents, never had. nor by any poiilblllty could have fellowship. ThU organ sternly claimed that Dolly Vardenlsin wa« a distinct, original, <l«facto, political or ganization, liutltuted and mpported for two express purpose*, viz : to eloct lfctoih nnd to beat the Central Pacific Railroad. Holding these tenets It justly claimed no fellowship with the statesmen we have mentioned. On this side the mountains this party of the dual eye has suffered transforma tion. Wo aro gravely told by one of lu assumed oracles that It Is tho party of Sunnier and Greeley. Heaven for bid that tho names of those most hon orable men shoisld be so desecrated. There never was an Idea ol the Dolly Vardetis but was too small for the at tention of Charles Sumner or Horace Greeley. Their work, their prlotl clples, judge them as we may, were national, not local; the offspring of nobility, not ol enmity nor Jealousy. Wiioxu.-The Gold 1IIII N«w* wants General Van Uuren removed from the position of Consul at Kanagawa In Japon. The United States Senate has continued him. Query: Which will have the most effect, tho Gold Hill Xr.ws or the United States Senate?— Piucht liteortl. Wrong again. Wo have always claimed that the fault of the whole Vi enna scandal lay with U. 8. Minister John .fay, who preferred the charges against Van Uureu. and who, by * re cent Investigation In a Committee of the U. S. Senate, Is convicted of entire Uilure to substantiate their correct ness. \Ye think Van Buren a pretty good man, bnt our regird for the U. S. Minister to Vienna Is not exalted Into reverence. The which, however, will undoubtedly neither aid the one nor crush the other. Tint April number <t( ll*.xW*« House hitld il'njatiiu, now upon our table, well tuttaiu* It* reputation a* a flr«t cla*«, live publication. While It* con tent* aro not deep or (cientltlc, iU page* are free from tra*hy, sensational •torles. and are full of bright, sunny reading, ih.it qoe* homo to tlie heart. The magazine contain* it* usual num ber of Illustration*, and it* general appearance compare* faverably with the higher priced magazine*. Sub *criptluii price, one dollar a year; with chroibo of Yotemlte, one dollar and a half. Subscription* may begin with any number. Addre*a, " Wood'* Household Magazine." Nowburg. New York. Observatory Site Changed. The Kono .Ttvrnttl of Sunday morn ing contain* the following editorial item: " In conversation with a gentleman recently from San KrancWco, we learn ed tlut it i* proposed to change the location of the site lor the 1'uited Suite* Observatory at I**ke Taboe. The *ile aeleeled last Fall wa* a point of laud on the north end of the lake about three and a half mile* eatt from Tahoe City, and teven mile* we«t from the Cornelian Hot Spring*, lihviug an elevation above the auface of the lake ol no: more than three hundred feet it |Milnt which 1* entirely turrounderf with mountain* feveral hundred feet higher. It is now propoeed to erect laid observatory building on eno of tho high peaks. about -.ippotlte the •outli >1111 of tho lake, nnd a little seutbwest of Kmerald ll*y—on the principal or main summit. of tho Slorr.v From tills point an extended rlew of the country round about may be bad from whatever point ol the compass desired. The reason assigned for the chaiife was the hazy or smoky state of the atmosphere surrounding the tint site. A very good reason. It Is true the point now spoken of. as the place where will be mounted the largest telescope ever made. Is rather difficult of access, but certainly possesses every ether consider%tion to the Advanta geous working of such an institution, while the only argument In lavor of tliu location made at the nortb end was its accessibility." Battle Mountain Items. [Prom th« Measur* Tor Mnuur* April I.] A good deal of excitement wat occa sioned, a few day* ngo, by Jerry Cope coming up from Golconda with ore from a new itrlke In Credit Mo blller mine In Palisade District. Till* ore, being burued and crushed, as sayed away above all expectation. Here are the figures: One pleco. In ferior, |2* 11 In gold, M 41 silver, per (on. A piece of the bent, allowed *'>4.131 In gold. «!01 .'U Mirer. Tlila piece ol ((uartz wai taken from the (halt, at the depth of only 14 feet from the surface. At till* point the ledge li 3'J leet wide, the stratum ihowlng gold being 8 Inches. The yield wat astonishing; bit the wonder vanishes when one closely examines tho rock— for It Is studded with pelnts of pure Sid cropping out through the poreeof s quartz. The mine is sltimted 10 miles north from Golconda. We con gratulate Cope aud our ancient friend A. M. Sadorus, on tills wull-deserved streak of good fertuue. Immediately the news got abroad over town, horses wort mounted and trains boarded, by persons In pursuit of owners in neigh borlug mines, who might not bo aware of the big find. Several purchases In this nature were inado. A flue horse came on the cars, the other day, couslgned to McBeth's farm, up tho valley, lie Is a splendid animal, large, smooth aud glossy as a mirror. tt hat Mac wants him lor wo are uncertain—ho Is too largo for a buggy horse, too nrotty for a team horse, and has a habit tliat would ren der him dangerous for driving In a sulky. Olessom think* ho I* for mul tiplication purposes. At the depet yesterday, we noticed a car-load of ore sacks. Just from Liv erpool. addressed to the Flattie Moun tain lllDlngCompany, Galena. They had gone to Liverpool tilled with cop per ore, been ret>re««ed aud hooped, and returned to the company. — ■ - - -«»« -■ — Reno Items. [From the Crestent, April 7.] Yesterday about noon a dilapidated speeimou of Immunity, calling himself .white, wandered Into Chinatown, and commenced a rew bv throwing rocks at the Inhabitants thereof. This sort of treatment called forpWteis. Some terrific specimens of artillery were produced, accompanied with threats. Then followed mure rocks. The China men commenced shootlu*, the white ■nan then charged on the crowd and cameofT victorious. The'hooting was actually worse than that between the Tribune aud AjijmiI oilloes. Last week three head of milch cowi were killed aud a fourth mortally In jured by the cars running Into theiu In (he cut this tide of Verdi. The cows belonged to a Mr. Cox. This cut seems to be a regular daughter house, more cattle having been killed Ulero than at any other point on the line of the road. It seems to us that It would be to the lnterc«t of the company to fence stock out of It. Though they may escape damages on the cattle, tlmy cinnot es cape damages to cars that necessarily arise from vich collisions. Henry Menke Informs us that he has seen an assay made of rock from the Jennie Barnes location, IVavlne dis trict, which went 91 90 silver and #10 gqld. The Jennlo Barnes Is one of the most promising mines lu tho Dis trict. The ledge Is three aud oue-half feet thick. Work l> being actively prosecuted. • Ulicer llutton found a couplo of squaws on the street yesterday lu a state of beastly Intoxication. He lodged them lu the shed lu tho rear of the court-house. For fear of a col | dents, lie chained their feet toguther. lllrtlla. l'lKMT. Iu (fold 11.11, April #, lo tho wlfu of E. Pierre, a »on. NOLANP—In Virginia, April «, to tho wif« ef litnltl Nolsnd. a son. NEW TO-DAY. ATTENTION, LIBERTY NO. I. 'I'm: HEUt'LAR MONTH /OH^A. ' I* Mwtltc »f tiii» Com twitr will 1m' l.i'M WKDNKH i»AV KVENINO. April Sth. —^ at tho K.i-lnf lloute, si half-past T o'clock. A rell tlUndsnre l« .! «lrnl JOli.V II MILLS. President. I ii— \V. ll'x»i ii. Srcretarj. n|>? !ll_ YELLOW JACKET ENCINE CO.. NO. 2. TIIRKK WII.L1IK A RK'ifl.Alt tiJk, Monlhlr ilnittilof ih.' .Mem hi-r« of Shi- rominiir. nl lhi'lr_/EH|^B| 11*11, WKIISE-HDAY fcVKNINO, April Sib, it lulf-psM 7 o'clock. \ full altoodsucr la dtvlrod A. MrMAItTIN, Foreman. Jot. M .unmix. Hwreuiy. ipisi LINCOLN HOSE CO. NO. 3. THIS HKGCLMt MONTHLY I Meeting of thla Compear will I* hold on WKDNB8DAV KVKN- IfiPfcg I NO. April Sth, at half pa»l 7 o'clock. A full and prompt altcndanre It re "U • U. C. ni. VNCll.VKl), Foreman. V. l.»c»r. fccrclirr. ap7 at INTERNATIONAL SALOON. REFITTED AND REFURNISHED, MAklXU IT oxs or Till nont Elrt;nnt Place* IN VIRGINIA CITY. Finest Wines and Liquors. HTtM-lt BCI'OKT IICCEIVED DAILY KILKM OP THE LRADING PAPRUM. OPEN aUT NIGHT! ioinxY pirnir. apT lm Proprietor. 8oi'th ovkrmix sn.vi.it *iv Ine Company—Location of principal place of ku»fne#*, San Kraocl" Location of worki, Uuld Hill District. Ho rn county, Nerada. Nolle* l« her«hyplT*n that *1 a mectl-iirnrtho Director*, held on the 4th day of April. 1«». in Kwwmrnt, (No. li. of Klfty Cent* p*r *har* wan l«Tled m|h n the capital •took of the cor po rat Inn. patahle Immediately. In U n 11M State* cold coin, to the He»rvlary, at the office of the Company. In San Kranrl«o. Any *tock upon which thle •MM.mfiit rhall remain unpaid on the K1KTII DAY OP MAY. l"C», will he delinquent, and adtertl*. ed for aal* at pnhllc anetlou, and unle.« pair, mrnt I* made before, will ho mid on SATUR DAY, tho t3d day of Mar, IUTI, to par the delin quent aa«e*«ment, together with coet* of adrer tWlni; and eapenar* or ule DAVID WILDKR, Secretary. Office -j* Merchant*' Exchange, Han Kran rltco, OUIfotola. ap7 td !IETV TO-DA*. OFFICIAL. Laws of the United States, rxwiD at tiic Flint Rfuloa of th« XUU C'oa|f n. [ri'BUSIlKD BY AUTHORITY.] AN ACT to MUbllfh certain poet-route*. Approt*4, Pebnitry 4,1174.] Ut U rnvttd hf t\4 Smalt iuul Iluutt of Jitp rtfulallrrt of thf Vnltfd Statu of Ameriea in ' \tngr> tta— m'J.-t. That the following we her*bjr eetablliked u puft-routct: ALABAMA. Prom MonroerUle, rU Nnwtown Aradrmj, to Pine Apple. Krom Itutlerire, vU Hellcoa. Arjn«, Arcadia. Strata, Mount Uarmel and Illckor/ Urare, to Lrtohatchaa. Proai Oiark, via WeetTllte, Dalerllle, Risk BlalTand High Palle, to (Jeoera. Prom AlibaTlUa, rla Oorranton'a Bridge tad Echo,to Oaark. Prom Troy, Tla t'nlon 11111. to Clirton. Prom I'loe Apple. Tla Bntler Hprlaga Mi nolncham, to flraanTtllc. Prom UarneiTUIe, rt» Urasp, Parmerarllle and Pleasant Hill, to Ilraoant lllli Station. Prom Oarland, Tla Starllnjton and Butler Spring*, to Manterey. Prom Hlnrdeirant, Tla Cawpen'a Now Bite, Oobhllle. Emnckfaw and UaTltton, t* Loulnt. Krom Horkronl to flturderant. Pmra Predoala to Buffklo. Krom Wedowee, Tla High Bboali tad State Line, Oeurgla, to Pranklln. Prom Wedowoe, Tla Wood'i Perry, Louisa, Double Head, Mllltown and Betblekem, to Buf bio. From Rockford. Tit Weognfka and Kilkll Valley. to Chlldersharg. From Aahland, tU lurry, Mlddls Ridge. Bluff Hprfiifn, rinckneyvllle ud Heckneyvllle, to StnrdevanL Krum Wstumpka, via Syke'e MUle and Trav eler^ Boat, to Rockford. From I.incoln to Til ltd *£4. Prom Kdw»rd«Tilio^U Roeewood. Oak Lovol, Grantley and Rabbit Town, to Jacksonville. From Kd warder Ilk, via Corn Grove and Da Annaravllle, to Oxford. From Aahland. tU C'oppar Minn, Flat Rock, Delia. ChulaHnnee. Arbtceochcc, Ball's Mills and Wehoga, to ICdwardavllle. From Fi»e Mile, via Havana and Orson Spring, to Atron. From Urush Creek, via Morgan Spring, to Marion. Fmm Indian 11111, via Ironvlllo and Jericho, to Marlon. Frain Tnscalooaa. via Nortknort, Fernvale, Mi't'onnaU'a, Moore • Rrldcn, Nenton villa and Davie Crack, to Payette Court llonaa. Fmaa llnotevllle, via Itrlck School tlonao and Madlaon Croaa Rnade, to Slmmon'a Htore. I'rnm llanlavtlle, via Batch's Mill, Clalttvllls ami Centra mil. to Athens. From Frankfort, via Blua Llek, I'leaaant Bite anil Rock Creek, to Cliemkea. From Aiim to 111* Pond. From Allahorough to Dickson. From Wllhltu'e, via Jonee'Cktpel, to llous tou. From Uottstoq, via Tbora Dill and Haley'a, to Pikevllla. From Blountavllle, via Haneevllle, Ryan'a Croek and Sprits Illll. to Moueton. From Aabitnd. via ColaU, Waldo and Irona to Talladega. Frotu Alien's Factory to Ja>per. From Klkraonl to Fetluavllle. From Klnreacn to Islington. From Plkevllle to Plerce% Mllla. From Warrior Station, via Hulaty'l Stand, Plnbook and Democrat, to Jasper. Prum Royenvllle, via Lexington, to Appleton. Toaneeece. ARKAXSAB. Prom Do Witt to Lonoke. Prom ll*|>« Station, via Clayton, Falcon, La marline, to Magnolia. From Caaiden. via Itssstan, to Hope Station, I on the Cairo and Fulton Railroad. From I'reaco't to Centra Point, From Hrlnklty to Clarendon. From Desark to Anguata. From Lewleilll* to Tcxarrana. CAMFOIIN1A. Prim Strawkorry Valley, vlaScalea Digging, to I'ort Wine. From Yrcka. via Humbug Creek and Buckeye Bar, to Oak lUr. 1 Prom Mlddlttown to Uncle Sam. From Cottonwood to Yllaa' Mill From Fort llldwell to Keno, Nevada. COLORADO. From Oraoada to Fort t'nlon, New Mexico. DAKOTA. From Medary to l.ak* Benton, Minnesota. From Dell Itaplda to Wleklow. From Medtry, via l.ake Village, RNseton and Rletivllle, to Breckenrldie, Minnesota. Proo Yankton, via Walehtown, to lake Kara peaka From Fargo to Xorman. Prom Flreateel to Lake Kampeaka. Prom Lodl to Yankton. Prom Wahpcton to St. Ransom. Prom P.lakon to Hcotltnd. DKLAWAH8. Prom Felton to Whlbleyabnrgh. Prom Harrlniton to Cnlon Corner, In the .State of Maryland. FLORIDA. From Alteram to Jaaper. From lllack Creek to C'riwfonlvllle. From Dnnn'a Lake, via Woodland,toPllatka. From Fort White, via Itchetucknee, U> Lake City. From Are'aer, via Wacahootee, to Fleming' ton. Prom Oalnavllle, via Oordon, to Waldo. From Oalnavllle, via Harnva' Store and Pine vllle, to Archer. From Newnauavllle, via Noble's mil, to Fort White. Frum Ktonlab to Tilatka. GKORGIA. From Waverlr llall to Warm Springs. From Carrollton, via Powder Springs and Dark Corner, to Villa Rlea, From lla/olhuret, via Foroula, to Dormlny'e Mill. Prom Alapaha to trwlnvllle. Prom Dubllu via MacKae. to House Creek. From Hawklnevllle and Vienna, via Diaytou and Danville, to Amerlena. From Orecnvllle to llogansvllle, From Warnoeborougli to Foreat Hall. From Hiiarta to Linton. From Mount Alrey to Clarknevllle. From Daklonega. via Porter Springs (Jeffcr eon Logan'a) to llltlraville. From Temperance tn Chancy. ILLINOIS. From Wellington, fit Fountain Crtek and A»h Orove. to Backloy. From Cain, via tlooee Island. Tbebae. Rait Cap« itlrarJrau and Clear Croak, to Jonee borough. From Ciranrllln to Peru. From KemperlHe to Pearl Station. From I'earl Sutlon, via Baa Creek and lUmparlllo, to llardtn. From Montraee, Iowa, via Xauroo, to Adrian. INDIANA. From Deedavlllo to lVrrjebarj. IOWA. From Soath Kncllrb to Ilarper. Frum I'elta. via Peoria, to New (baron. From Ottamwa. rla Ormanarllle, Aab Orore and s«an Valley, to Unlonrllle. From Itatavla to Abingdon. From New l/tndon to Colutnbne Junction. From lluthrle Centre, Tla Coon Itaplda and Carrolton, to (Hidden. From Cherokee, rla Soith O'lirlea and Prlng bar. to Sheldon. Fnm Traer, tU Cryetal and Badger llllt, to Llecomh. From 81. Charlee, rla New Virginia, to Oa ce'la. KANSAS. From Kl Dorado to Tee dale. Frnm Wlltnn, tU Sylran OroTe, Veeper, Pot tereburgh, tncalle and Itlue Utile, to Belolt. From (iraulte ttluffe. via Long Uland, Norton Centre and Graham Centre, to Ogallah From Kl Dorado, Tla Towanda and lien ton, te Wichita. From Canloma to Ha hatha. Fronf Ballard Palla to Waterrllla. From Dow Creek tu Anierlcni. Frnm Mcl'herenn, rla Dclmore, to Roxbury. Frem Clyde, via Seauo, to HellerlUe. Front Darlington to Newton. From Vinton to Junction City. From Loet Creek to Fort Ltacoln From Dodge CUy to Camp Supply. From Jewell, Tla Ionia and Cryetal Plala, to Garlord. From Aubray, rla Wea, to Loulehurg. Frnm Kninlre, f la Farme, to Crooked Craek. From PeahodT, via bwopce Mllle, Plumb um* a and Calrnan. in Towanda. From Hodc* City, Tla County Seat of Ford, Clarke and Comandie Count lea, to Medlclae Lodge. From Parke Fort to Norton. From llutchlneon, rla Werlmlneter, to Leon Tllle. Frnm Longton, via Indian Creak, to Charlea town. From Clyde, rla Kimball Cltr, to Cab*. Pram Ru well, el* l'aradlaa Creak and Rooka Center, to l-ogan. From Colfeyrllle, via (luce Agency. Sac aad Foi Agenrr. Wa pa la-lha lubeMe, to Cherokee Town. In the Cblckaaaw Nation, tnara to con nect with route froui Atoka to Fort Sill, Indian Territory. KENTUCKY. Frnm MarDeld, via PotlsTllle, Lowa'e Kan ea«, to Viola. From TomklnetUle, Tta Dlcken'a Landing, ta Judlo. From Darboarrllie, Tla Paynaa, to Buabaa Store. LOUISIANA. From Bonner, Tla Vienna and Oraenekoro, to Homer. From Homer to llayneaetlla. , Fram Vienna, »la Ureenebor®. Colrln, Bker ro<l. Tulip, Athene and Breka, ta Oannantown. From Trenton to Mara lllll. . Frum Bon nar, m Shtlob. to gpanvllla. From Bonner, Tla Vernon aad Wlnnfleld, to | Alexandria. From Arcadia to Ilomer. _ _ ., From Arcadia, Tta Liberty Hill, to Saklne. From Mount Lebanon, Tla Athena, ta llocner. From Mount Lebanon, Tta Sparta, Sabine and Pine Ridge. to Wtnaleld. From Monroe to Brewitererllle. From Shreeeport to Oonebetta. From Masefleld to Coocbetta, NEW TO-DAY. From New Iberia to LareaaTille. From Corlngton, rl» Underfill.' Bayou, U Comb tad Bow Fooca^to Indian Village. Prom Bethel to Albany. from Eaat Anbnrn, Tta Tnrner Crater, to Kaet Turner. MIOHIUAN. From RMd City, »U Brooke Ide, Chaae and SummltrlUe, to Baldwin. From Plalnfleld. tU loeco, to Fewlerrllle. From llouhton to Atlantic Ulna. From Bis Prairie to Korean Station. From Had 1m to Lamotta. From Trr» to Caaa City. From 11 inland, rla Highland, to Highland Station. From OrtonrllU, rla Oakwood, to Tbomaa Station. KINK SHOT A. From Hancock Station la Appletoo. From Wurthlngton to Shetek. From Rlchwood lo White Xarth. From Wabaebaw to Alma. Wltennem. From Feri.ua Halle, via Clltherall and Otter Tall City, to I'erbam. From Winnebago Cltr to Halnt Jamee. From Falrmnnnt to Ketberrllle. From Blooming Prairie to Dodge Center. From Blooming 1'ralno to Uenera. From Wella lo Northwood. From Wadena to Parker'e Prairie. From Lynrt to Uka Benton. From Lake Denton to Flandrran. From Scrambler or Pelican Lake to Andnbon. From Murray Center, tla Lowrllle and Uko Barak, to Winona and Halnt Patar Kallroad. 1 MISSISSIPPI. From Lamar, via Karl; Grove and Mount Pleanant. to ItMiTllle, Tenneeaee. From Plttaboroif b, via Baou«r and Parli, te Oxford. i From New Albany, via Mollno, Clayavlile and Dnmaa, to Klpley. From Greenwood, via Lelgh'a and Oarvln'p, to Jebneonvtlle. From La Grange, via Beliefonlalne, Monte Vlata, Itapewell and Benela, to IMllebovoagh. FromTa (irange, via Fame and Hobenllnden, to llou'ton, From Laulavllle, via New Proipect and Pen •arola, to La Grange. From Torka, via Oak Rldre, Conway, Tbomaatown and Newport, toCoodmaa, From Carthage, via Standing line, Illgh mil. New Ireland and Conntjr Line, to Lake. From Raleigh, via Sbongela, llnevllle aad Uomewood. to Foreet. From Paulding, via Shady Grove, Montroee and (larlandvllle, to Newton. . From Mortoa, via Polkvllle. Dolwonvllle, Kocky Creek, Overby'a and May» Mills, to Weetvllle. From Colombia to Monroe. From Elllevllle to Waynr.boroticli, From Friar'a Point to Joneetowa. M18H0UIU. From Pattonabnrg Htatlon, via Pattonabnrg, Burr Oak, Ilamptonvllle, Martlnavllle and Jew ell. to Allendale. From Breekenrldge, via Proetorvllle, Cataw ba, Oetcrvllle, Black oak, Tlaney'a drove. New Hum and Morton, to Hardin. From Springfield, via C'ha»tala'a. notch Store, White Oak Springe, Iteed'e Htore, White Hlver, lluekner'a Mill, Blind Stand, to Uarrleou, In the Slate of Arkaneae. From Lamar, via Nathville, Medsc, Georgia Cltv and Galeehnrg. to Mlneravllle. Iroui Nevada, via Mtlford, Medlen'a Mill, Newport, Sylvanla, to GroenOeld. From Mount Vernon, via lleaton, Haven't and Rock I'ralrle, to Daeevllle. From Caenvllle to Dadevllle. From Commerce, via llambarg and Benton, to Morlev. From f.lbertyvllle to Knob Lick. From Dexter, via Cotton Ulli, Clarktun, Ken nett and Ootton Plant, to llomrravllle. From New Madrid ta Slkeaton. From Bloomlleld to Caatorvllle. MONTANA TKItltlTOKY. From Phllllpebnrg to the Rock Creek mlnee. n Simian ka. From Cottonwood, via Wayiand, Creewell, Pleasant Home and Wlllard. to Lone Tree. From Tabic Hock,'via New Home, to Beat rice. From Plum Creek to Arrapaboe. From Donnebrog to Loop City, From Aurora to Lone Tree. Frem Townaend to lAona. From Holland to Hickman, From Kra to Kmptre. From Saint Helena to Gayvllle, Dakota. From Sebwedt, via Itlamarck, to Weet Point. From Zarirh to Grand lilaml. From Wild Turkejr, via Lebanon, to Valley Grange. From Ited Willow to Valley Grange, From Red Willow, via Cnlbertaon, to the weetern line of the Stale. From Crowellton, via lluntavllle, to Loup Cltv. From Plumb Creek, vta Wllllamaburg and Orleans, to Granite ltluir«. Kaneaa. From Sprlngdale to Willow Springe. From North Loop, via Ord, to uortbwaet cor ner of the State. From Kdgar, via Oxbow. Nclaen, Superior and Reubene, In Jewell, Kanpaa. From Ortoa, via Strmnborg, to Clarkvllle. NKVADA. From Oceana, via ltetavla. to llollvla City. From Humboldt Welle, via Sprnce Mountain, Shelhonrne. Duck Creek, Mineral City and Pat tereon, tn Ploche. From Mill City to Central Mining DlatrUt. NEW HAMPSHIRE. From Antrim tn North Branch. From Bruokllnn toTowtxend, Maeaackoietta. NEW MEXICO. From Santa Fe. via Penaeco, te Taoa. From I.a§ Vegaa. via Hapeilo, to Mora. NEW YORK. From Rome to Lowell. From Saugertlee, via Ouarryvllle, to Palen vllle. From Sincertlea, via Unlonvllle, Weat Sang ertlee and Plattvklll Clove, to llnnter. From Dry Itrook to Dean'e Corner. NOHTn CAROLINA. Prom llenderaonvllle to tbe Forka of Pigeon. From Bakeravllle to Johmon'a City, Ten aeeaee. From AabvlUe, via Democrat, to Flagfponda, TenneMee. From Cnnningham'a Store to Woodlawn. From Caebler e Valley via Henry Jarkron'a Joy'a Tannery and George'a Mill to Wallialla, South Carolina. From Chlaa Grove via Baatlan'e Croea Roade, Hellg'a Mill, Dry'a Mill, lCeldeueir'e, to Ken dall'a Store, OHIO. From New Matamoraito Lawrence. OUBOON. From Kurene City via HcKenale. Halt Spring. Deicliutea wagon Road and Hantlam Road lo Upper Ocheco. From Antelope Valley via John Day'a River, Bull* Creek, Lone Rock, Willow Creak to Hep ner'a. From Canyon City to Wlnnemncea, Nevada. From Oakland *ta Cole'a Valley, French Set tlement, to Looking Ulaae. From Lebanon, via llarrla' Ranch, Pllfrtma' Camp, to Crawfordavllle. From Hclo. via Mourt Pleaaant, Jordan Val ley, to Foi Valley. From Canyon City Tie Ha'anrllU, North Fork. John Day. Willow Creek to Hcott'a. From Newport via Heal Hock on beach of Pacldc Ocean, Month of AUea Hirer and 1'rake'a Mill to Aiwa Valley. PENNSYLVANIA. From llakerntown via Mara' Po»t-offlc% at Parka' Mllla, to Evanatmrg and Harmony to Dearer. From Beallavllle via ZolUrarllle and Llppln cott to Wayneebureh. From Flaher'a Ferry via Auguita, to Seven Polnta. From North Wharton to Poreat Heuae Poet ofllce. From Newton Hamilton. Tla Vineyard Mllla and Germany Valley to Shlrleyaburg. SOUTH CAROLINA. From Rock Hill to Lancaater Conrt Itonee. From Chctler to Mncatter Coirt Iluu»e. TENNESSEE. From 8peedwcll, via llrad of Barren, to Clear Springe. From Thorn Illll. via Aoderton, Daltona, and Mrllenry Hraye, lo Sneedville. From I.awrenceburg te Loretto. From Centrevllle te Ivy'a Mllla. From Cenlrevllle to Burna' Station. Fran Batler, via Granville Sloan to Rear Mountain. From Hhowera' Croea Roada via Jamea Pow alia'. North Fork Camp Uroend. to mouth of KJk. In North Carolina. Prom Camden, via Cherevllle, Etna and naweevllle, to Deeaturvllle. From Docatnrvllle, via llaweavllle, Hugartree and Coihnrg. to Camden. From llonderaon Station via Mifflin, to Lex ington. Prom llenderaon Station via Jack'a Creek and Centre Point, to Haltlllo. From Centrevllle tollrltta' landing. From l*alaakl to Brick Chnreh. From Oolnmbta.vla Santa Fa and LlckCreek, to Kama' Station. From Purdy to Stantonvllle. From McKenrle vtaCnmo, Cot tape drove and Cropland, Kentnrky, to Murray Kentneky. From McKentlc via Macedonia, Wlnaetta' Mllla and Faunt'a Store, Sandy Illll. TEXAS. Prom Loreladv, via lvnnlnjton and Cea iralla. to nomerj From Anahoac to Turtle Bayou. From Greenville to Terrell. From Leon Springe, In Boxar Coanty, to Car ry'® Creek. From Burnet, via Backbone Valley, to Fred trlcktburg. From Doable Horn, via Smlthwlck'a Mlll'a and John B. Wllllam»«n'», to Liberty Illll. From Floreavllle to I'leafanton From Eagle Paen. via I'endcncla, Corlza and Son tli Rancn. to Laredo. From Han Antonio to Ranch del Alamo, *a the Rio Grande rlvtr. From Center Station to La* Vagaa. VERMONT. Prom MorrlrvWe, via Centervllle, Eden, Lowell and Weettleld, In North Troy. WEUT VIHOINIA. From Greenland, Tla Koibough'i to Uopo Vllle. Piom Lnbeek to New England. From Lnbeek to Wadeevllle. From Webb'i Mllla to Ble Bead. WISCONSIN. Prom Glen Haven, via North Aadorer, to Beetown. From Ahnapee, via Poreatvllle and Tornado, lo Little Sturgeon Bay. From Balley'a Harbor to EUlaoa Bay. NEW TO-DAY. From Btargeon Bay, rl« 8blp Canal and n»w'» Plir, to CUr Banka. From CMco, rU Lincoln and Rutlrrr. to Bnuaell. From New nop* to Alban. From Hte>en'« 1'olnt to Llawood, From MnomlnH, *U Prairie Farm and Bar ron, to Kiev Lake. From New Itlchmond, via Block Brook, U Clear Lake. From Lincoln Center te Bhllob. Frem Manitowoc to Katt Wrlghutown. From Fatrrlilld, via Oweo, to llondovl. . From Nelllevllle to (Iraenwood. WYOMING TKHH1TUKY. rrom Cheyenne, via Fort Fetterman, to Boao man, In the Territory of Montana. Fiom Cheyenne, via Pole Creek, Horee Creek, Ilawk Uprlng* and lted Cloud Agency, to Whet •tane Agency, Dakou Territory. AN ACT making appropriation* is p*y for re porting the debate* and proceeding* ef Con (Tee*. [Approved, January S8, 1874 ] It* U euartttt fry /A/ .t nalt and Ihuntff Rtn ruth/alien </fa I'nlltU Statu qf Amtriea In Vonyrrns cutcittbUd, That there la hereby appropriated, out of any money In the Treaenry sot otherwl*e appro priated. the earn of twnnly-flvo thousand one nandrrd and eighty live dollar* for tbe |>aimcnt of the five official reporter* of the proceeding and debate* of tbe l!ou*e of Keprewnuttlve* during tke flret year of the Forty-third Con (re**, aald reporter* to bo paid monthly at tbo rate fixed by law. Utr. t. That there I* hereby appropriated, ontofany money In tbe Treaaury not oilier wl«e appropriated, the torn of one tboneaad all hundred and tblrtyalx dollar* and twelve centa !.* W D. F. Marphi, official reporter of the Hi-ntic, fur report Inf' tbe proceeding* and de bate* of the Senate at tbe *peclal **e*lon of Marrh. eighteen hundred and eeventy-tbree, ac cording to the arrangement made with blm by tbe Committee on Prlnllng of tbe Senate, which wa* retried by •ttigCoinnillte* to the Itenate on the twenty-firvl day of March, eighteen birn dred and rcvroty-lhre*. Sic. I. That there la hereby appropriated for reporting tke proceedlnge and debate* of the Henate for the Congrf i*lona] yearcndlm.' March fonr, eighteen hundred and eeventy-lonr. tbeinmef *lx tbou*and dollar*, or *o much thereof a* may be uece»*ary. which *um *liall b* added to tbe contingent fhnd of tho Senile and he di*bur*«d by the Secretary of tbe Senate agreeably to the term* of the revolution afore •aid; Proriiltit, That from and after the pa* •age of this Act a *nm not exceeding tarty-two lbou*and dollar* *ball be paid far reporting Hit proceeding* of aach Hume of Congrea* for any oae Congre**, under tha direction of tka re epectlva IIobmm; and all lawa Incontinent herewith are hereby repealed. AN ACT to ahollib tt.a office of I)ci nty Com mUalouer of Inlernal itevenna. [Approved, Janury W, 1974.] IU It tnnct'd hp the .viki,It awl Umi* nf It'u rrfntatlrri nr the I'mU'J Stnttt of Amrrloi la t \mijrrA» • That the olltcu of Depnt) Coinmlftlnner of Internal Itevenna. nude vaunt by tbe death ol General U. J. Sweet, ho. and the *am* I* hereby abolltbed; and that the Secretary of the Trea* ury may. upon the recommendation ol Ihet'om mlMlourr of Icleraal Itevenne, dceignate one of the two remaining Deputy CommUalonera a* Flrat Deputy CoramU*lea*r. «bo *hall perform tba dutle* and be laid only the aalary preacrtb ed for tbe office or Depaty Commlttluncr here by abollthed. AN ACT to amend tba Act entitled " An Act making appropriation* for sundry civil ex pen*e* of the Government for the Altai year ending June thirtieth, elghto.'n hundred and •evenly fonr. and for other purpose*," ap proved March third, eighteen hundred and aevanty three. [Approved, January M, 1974.] Bt It rwtiil fry t!u Srnnh anil Ihmtof fltit ttfnlallmn/ D.< 1'nitnl Statu tJT Amtrira In Ontfrru luennldnl. That Ilia Act entitled " An Act making appro prlatlona for *undry civil *xpen*e* of the Gov ernment for the li«cal year ending June thlr llvtb, eighteen linndred and a-venly lour, end for other punxitea," approved March third, eighteen hundred and *eveoty-lhree, l>e, and tba Mine 1* hereby amended, by adding to the provleo in the claiixi of raid Act relating to Ibe public printing and binding the following word*, ••and of th« linaee of BapraaaBtaUyaa FIFTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY RALL I. O. O. F. C.NDKK TDK AUSPICES OP COLFAX DECREE OF REBECCA LOOSE, NO, 1, ....IT.,.. NATIONAL CUARD HALL (ODD FELLOWS' OL'ILPINO) VIHGIMA CITY. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 27. t'ommlllM of Arranremeutai iJfJJj'1 Mr. Jacob Young 8 I) llaktr Mr. II Otrwy * William liowlrn Committed of Invitation i „.1JU YIIIUIXIA CITT. P. O Adkl»on j c Smith V C "*i.,crm,1 H»nnr Mnrrlton OK Ford nymllh (lm Ikntilnc W n Uintwrt J o Kchlarbaum IIwry Mock p \ cax _ . . UOLD BILL. MmlWnnrtt J W Nojm lira Mcrcer Mr. X I* Taylor nun citt. N D AufBilInu C D McDuMi iuytux. Jarac. Nniun I L Crockett C ANION ■J 'II U Whltrhlll John Hotter Theo A litis ...... n**o. JSShofnuker CVVJon r. A C McFarl.ud U W Cunningham waihoi. Nit llolmc. D B Boyd rommlltao of IwtiiiiM, M Holme. Mr. Holland P A Hammond Mr. Meadow. W Turner . Mr* Wll.oo Floor Mui(«ni Mr* Jacob Vounj? ^raBo^J'," Mr* K flurd Jane. i'b.Un Mr. M Saeliier Mr. || Oin«r Floor niroetori J H KtBMD l'rouiplrr i Professor Danlsl Lyons TICKET* 9.1 *0 Can ba bad from lb« rarlsas Committees. MUSIC will bo furnished bj Prof. R. Drtjr fous" Orchestra. Dancing will commence it 0 o'clock. mX) Ul CERTAIN AND SPIBDY RELIEF CUARANTEED, OR NO CHAROE. MY MEDICINES' WILL CURE r*M<i Cnu«h". ► cTrr.. KfinliUii I'llea, raiarrbt LiriiThront, l.lvpr. Klilnr). Illooii Nad nkln Dimwit Illllaaa l)U*r4#r», Hcnlnnl Wfakim or Norton* Itebllltr. Proper Medicines furnished tod ill kind* of disease* trriled it a price all cm afford tn pay. These Medicine* and /Jatba euro when all el»e fall. I bare bnndred* of reqpmmendallane to that effec.. Han prcrentlres of prirate diseases. Call or write to DR. GATES, PIIYMICIAN AND MCROtOX. DISPENSARY. OFFICE, BATI18 aid CONSULTING ROOMS. No. 13* rtoalh V *ireet, woal aid*! VIUUINIA, NKV, ««a* im la WOOD! WOODT rPHK UNDERKIONEn IIAS FOR BAM A i larje quantity of NUT PINR. MOUNTAIN LIMD ana other variolic* ol WOOD. Also full supply of tba 11KST QUALITY ol COAL! tmOLRSALR ANT) RETAIL, which ho will ieltrer throughout (Jold Hill aid rlclUtyof the lo*«*t ea*h prices. ma lm THOMAS OALLAQIIKR. DR1 GOODS, ETC. _ THE PIONEER DRY GOOD'S STORE. Established In 1861! LATEST FA8HION8 • •••AT.... fraivkeuhkihgr^ : FAMILY DRV CiOODM STORE ! COLD HILL. J cut mcuriD, a nn.icT Block of DRE88 GOODS! Thle Department i* replote with elegant, ■oral tad special styles, ud constitutes ibe moat complete assortment c»er offered In tbll town. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Barnsley, Scotch and Irish Damask: Damask Table Clothe and Napkins Towels and Toweling: Ltnon and Cotton Bbeetlnf s and Hhlrtlnct blankets and Quilts; Colored and white Flannels; Table and Piano Cover* ; Lace Curtains, Etc., Etc., SU. At Greatly Reduced Prices I H08IERY DEPARTMENT i Ladles', Children's and Oents' Hosiery of all slass and qualities. fllercs. Laces, Embroidery In set* and by the yard; IIandkercblefe,etc.,etc. Will toll as Cheap for €aih ail Nioro la its Rial*! s|il tf .11. PUANKRNIIJtl»RK. INVESTIGATE AMD Yi: MIALL IIKCOMK WINK SCRIPTURE'S OWN TRUTH I TUB QUESTION A lllsEH HOW. LADIKH. 1 Wherr will ynu buy your HKKSH OOODH for Winter wear, your TUIMMINflN, your L'NDEkWEAII. your SHOES, ynur IIOMEHY, your FLANNELS, your Hl'SLINS, your HIIKETINOS, your everything In Ibe line of DRY GOODS? I »ay. Inrotl^ie and ye shall ix-CkUS wise to buy them of CALLAND! WUTI Cecauseha has a well iclefled stock of stylish and Hit" goods; lie sells thrm < Heapcr than any other dry goo<!» house In the State, aud has but ONI! rilirii FOIt ALL I (lire OA I.I.AM) a rail, and ye will liecomo wise. apt II JEWEL ER • OS e AKDe e o e ST ATION ER. rlBl'HDKKHUJNKDKKKPfl CON nuntlf on bftijil lUtp Alfort rarntof ' COLD AND SILVER WATCHCS. DlancacU, Chalaa, Ll4in' Nil, Mlrrrc lialKia, Vla|rr Hllgi, Prai, € harnia, l.afhala, Napkla ltla«.. Hllvrr Nrta, IpNIadri, rtc., vie. BLANK B00K8& STATIONERY or ALL KINDS. CLOCKS FROM 93 00 TO $20 WATCHES, CLOCKS and JF.WEI.RT IU paired with Kcatnera tod Dlipttck. AU work warranted. AUENT for all the Sacramento and Pan Pranrlrrn DAILY ANI) WEEKLY PAPRHS. All (ho Laleat lUatrrn IVrlodlraU and Van alaea ronalanlljr on band at low rr1c«(. D* llvered In any part of tuwu. 8. W."CHUBBUCK, POHTOFKICK. (SOLD 1111,1.. ■!» tt b. i. oALtaTix. i.. d. rouoa. D. S. GALLATIN & GO. karcnwrl (• •. T. Barber A MAIN HTIlKKTi COLD IIIM., NET., ....DtlLEM I*.... H A R D W AR E Of Bvcri Drarrlrlloo, HILL AND MINING SUPPLIES Stores, Tin Ware,4 4 -ABB HOUSE FURNISHING COOD8 TIN. COPPER' AND SHEETIR8M WORK DONK TO ORDKR. mil) if RE MOVA LI WINKLE & KRUTT8CHNITT, • nBALBM IX WINES AND LIQUORS, 1U»I RKMOTXD TO North* ral Cor. It nn<l Taylor llrNl* ocg VlrglBlt ( II/, J*mto. EMILE DREYFOU8, PRorRrtMOR or mi'mhv ANO TEACHER OF THE VISUM, /"VRDKRS LEFT AT R. L. ninOlXH1 ML'BIO V I MUiri1, Virglall City, or it I'KOFKXHOK RKRLIXKH'ft, or wllh B. W. ClICBBUCK, K»g , Hold Hill rMlofflrt. MUSIC (FURNISHED FJRAtl OCCASIONS I HOU8E8 AND LOTS FOR SALE. r HEREBY OFFER FOR HALE THREE Bt| Iloaaca and Lola, larBIrd dlrcrlly rl •oatkwMl of th« lIooMaUad. Part In airing a bargain. will pluu* call at Martar * Turker'a atore, Uuld lltll. ........... ml* IB* JOHN ROUE YEAR.