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THE EVENING NEWS.
%LF. HOTKM. I i Kdll.r «uJ MftlMah SOLD HILL i THURSDAY. APRIL 0. 1874 u ecxi>!4TR rcrio.v rolttlcal affairs In sows of the Soutliern States hare of lato taken a turn, which. In connection with the recalcitrant spirit manifested by the leading old line politicians In Ouxe State*, furnishe* at least lood lor tcrloui reflection ; for, quite pos-lbly •u evil la growing which may event ually bring about dire result*. That •ooi* of tb« Soutliern States have been badly managed, may a* wall bo ad mitted ; that reconstruction hat aot proven a complete success* Is alio evi dent ; that the foresight of our states men did not fully penetrate tho future when the reconstruction measures were adopted, Is now plain. Mr. Sumner's plan was territorial government for tho South, and the obliteration of State Hues, which, read lu the light of pres ent experience, would have set at rest the question of State Sovereignty, which Is still as live and unconquerod a* ever. The hasty reconstruction of the Southern States was an unparal leled stretch of faith on the part of tho nation. To expeet the men, who, for four years had struggled for a cause and the Independence of a gov ernment of their own creation, in volving deep and lasting sectional feel ings. hatreds and wounds, to turn Im mediately from defeat to a complete aurreuderof life-long Ideas, cementcd In blood, was an lunoceut delusion. What has experience shown In the po Illicit affair* ol the Southern Slate* alnco the Inauguration of reconstruc tion ? An Irrepretible ceolllet between the loyal men and the dl*IoyaIi*t«. a struggle partaking of none of the el ements which divide political parties In tho other State*. Reconstruction uuy be taid to be a political success In tbo«e State* where the negro element predominate*; at leatt the government* of thote state* have net relapsed Into tho hand* of the old *et, but thl* predominance ha* led to political corruption, and an extrav agant, reckless condition of allalr*. 1'er contra. In tho*e State* whero the white element U predominant, we «»e the civil affair* gradually falling back Into the hand* of tho original seces sionist*, who evince an Inclination to restore their lo*t ground and undo re construction. The future alone can demonstrate the extent of their tuc cmi and It* possible consequence*, but It ia well to look speculatively ahead, and If po**ible, guard against detri mental contingencies. In tho very nature of thing* the State government* In the South mint bo weak and vacil lating for year* to come. The Fed eral Government iuu*t exereUo a watchful care over them and *eo that the people have not merely the form but the *ubstauce of a republican form of government. Malcontent* iuu*t not be allowed to gain and hold complete away In any quarter, but the atrong arm ol the government mint Interfere to protect It* citizen* a* well a* it* In tegrlty, Tho Kepublican party, apon who*e shoulder* re*t* all tho responsi bility. cannot and will not depart from It* llrm policy aud surrender to any element* of disloyalty, but will be truo to luelf, lu trust, and the natleu. Vkiiv SwunBL*.—Sutro's petition In oppoeltlon to the monster memorial to Congress opposing hi* N'egley amend ment aud mining gmb, so unanimous ly signed by the miner*, business men. tax-payer* and bs>*tclti/en» of this sec tion a few day* ago, hat been very in dtHtriously circulated the last two or three days, but meets with deservedly little favor. 'l'h« grc.it majority or our people, •ml especially the minor* and practical developer* of the re*ource* •f the couutry, area little too seutl hie to be foeled bj inch specious hum bug*. They are well employed, well paid, and delng well enough now, and had rather the Comstnck should be In present hind* than concentrated un der the tola tnotM|>Ollzing dominion of the great Sutro. Whatever prejudice they may have aga!n*t ring* gener ally, they pretty well understand that • *core of *p^o*liig ring* are better than one, especially the Sutro. Titie /> n'iy finite find' It way oc casionally to our lanctum. The la*t number received was liberally illus trated with well executed engraving* of Incldenti at the death and funeral «b*«iule« of Charle* Sumner. The picture* which llluitrate the O'rujAic are, by a peculiar proce«* belonging to the proprietor*, drawn, engraved and printed, all In the courso of three or four hour*; therefore, the event* of each day cau be Uluttratcd a* well a* printed, shortly after tho occurrence. These picture* at flr«t were not very well executed, but experieuco and a better understanding of tho proceu has resulted In great Improvement. William Walters, a re*ldent of Ne vada City. Cal.. Ia*t Sunday, while rooling about aftor mushroom* In a pile of rubbish near an old tree, found a lump of retorted gold amalgniu, worth f 10. As It was raining bard at tl>« time, he quit till the shower was over. Ho feels sure that this wa* the place whero Captain Kldd, the big pirate, met! to bury all his bullion, and will proceed to dig up tlie rc«t ol the " plant" a* soon a* he can buy a good safe to keep It In. lie hi* se cured title to the ground. A Wasiimoto* telegram t* the S. P. AH'l. In s|ieaklng of the passage of the currency Inflation bill, says: "The Senate h*s cle*od It* lour mouth* flnanclal discussion and Anally pa**ed the bill llxlngthe legal tender and Na tional llank note circulation at $100. 000,000 each, making a total of #>^00,. 000,000—an actual anthorizatlan ol an ( expansion of #000,000,000. Sargent | and llager voted In tho negative." K KriHI.ICANIwM t>. DEMOCRACY. The alitor of the Canon Tri'tune af fect* not to be satisfied with our an swer to hi• reoent query: "Whatli Republicanism. and doe* ItdlfTer from Democracy?" Our reply, although somewhat UMtily written, gave a eery fair ahowlng of the difference In the principle* ot the two parties, granting at tho outlet that Republicanism aud tamntracy in Ifeelr broadest sense are lilentlcil, or In other word*, a true Republic is also a true l>omccracy; that a coverment which has for its ba sis a written constitution, and whose poople havo severally and collectively the neinlnatleu and election of their rulers, or rather agents, Is both a He public and a Democracy. The Repub lican party sprang Into existence as a delink® political orgauUstlon, distinct from the Democracy, inaugurating an era of reform Irorn existing polltl •al corruption, In such plain contra distinction to the old Democratic party that it at once became tho popular and dominant party, which position it has held ever since and Is likely to for some tlmo to come. U Is true that corruption has crept Into various de partments of the Government aud party, yet none that we are not able aud willing to coirect. The Demo cratic party was not ablo to control tiie whirlpool of corruption which was fast carrying both It and the country to destruction, and the Republican puty sprang spontaneously Into exist ence and came to the rescue In good time. It has guided the nallou safely through somo of the most |>urllou» epochs In Its history, constantly op posed by tho Democracy aud tbelr I traitorous allies. It had freed the ua tlou from tli« great course of slavery, which under Democratic rule would still dl*t;mc« the "laud of freed •in," aud undo the necessary amendments to tlia Federal Constitution prohibit ing It through all future time. It is con stantly bringing up, advocating and adopting similar now measure* in the progress of human advancement and i-lvilixatlon, aud Is still cou«tantly and consistently opposed by th« Democ racy. The Democracy, It Utrue, hav# "ac quiesced " in these reloruis and new measures pronouncing them good, yet their inherent obstinacy or dullness of appreheuslou has rendered them slow and reluctant in so doing. Thus it is that Itoiuocnicy, looking back from its uueasy seat «n the rear end of th« car of progress, still gazes wlstful'y and longingly upon Its ld«ls of tl.e past, and would If it could, put ou the brakes, impede further advancement, doggedly block the wheels, and sul lenly go back to Its old principles. The Itomocracy of the present day Is not tho party of progres#; it left all Its be«t principles behind long ago, and evious though it b« of Its younger, more vigorous and successful political rival, It Is too badly broken down In its fo«ill/«d decrepitude to ever catch up with the advauceincnt «f the age. The only Indication it ever gives of existence Is when It comes up occa sionally, consistent as ever, In stupid opposition to good measures, or Xaaby like, shows Its dls|>osltlou to indulge In regretful memories of past successes aud power. When tho seditious old fossils which liar* so long Incumbered the ranks of the Democracy (hall havo died off. or, with other objectionable elements, have gone to join the ranks of the "Independents," orsomcsthcr siilo degreo of political faith, then with younger, more loyal aud healthier shoots graded luts their places, tho De inocratlc party may become rejuvena ted, put forth a foliage of better prom ise, be ptoductivo of more acceptable fruits and again become a power In the laud. Meanwhile the principles of Hepublicaiiism are In full accord with the demand* or tho |i«oplo and the ago, mud to the Kepubllcan party tlx nation will not look In rain for good and trusty ageuU to carry out those great principle* for which our fore father* contended, and delegated to ui In tru«t when they died. Our amiable friend of the Tribune took a good step In advancement when he Joined tho "Independent*," and might |>erha|H do good service by tell ing what be know* about the Dem ocracy and why ho left It* rank*. If, however, be really cannot *e« any dif ferenco between Republicanism and I>emocracy, ho had better go a llshlng, a* he mistakenly *ay« we liave done. Wait till the Fall election, nolghbor, and we will show you the difference between the two political parllee. l*im* society has lately been excit ed over the ball oftbe Tribunal of Com merce, which transccnJed the cele brated ball to which, In 1»!7, Raron llauumanu Invited the eoverelgm then present In Pari*. The grand courtyard had been transformed Into a dancing room. The arcades on the ground floor were covered with mir ror*, around which were trained climbing-plant* and a profusion of natural flowers. Tbe second tier of arcade* en the flrst floor wa* hung with crliniou silk curtains, heavily frlugvd with gold, and tho smaller row ef * rcli*" above wa* 111 led with palm* and other exotic*. A veil of ru*e-eolored *1 Ik spangled with stare conec-tled the glazed roof. The effect of tbe electrlo light streaming dewn tlireugh this draprry wa* <|ulto unlike anything ever seen before. It looked like tbn ray* of a lull moon finding their way into a brilliant Meorlsh court. Vast a* were the dimension* ef the ball-room, It wa* so den*ely crowded that dancing was not always couvenien Joaqcim Mii.i.Kit, " the Poet of the Sierras," hai spent tbe past Winter In Home and with Ills accustomed sneb bi*h vanity, dated all lili letter* from the "Theatre of Mareellus." If* a wonder ho did not dato them from tho Vatican. Should be over get within tbe park* of Wlnd*or Castle he would no doubt bead his letters from ller ; Majesty'* drawing room*. 1 "LiTTU! Xri.i.," "tlif California Diamond," "actress," etc., met with a serious accident In Galena, III., oa Monday, ami has been obliged to can cel her future engagement*. Sim was riding with her agent when the car riage wai capsized anil she was badly Injured. Osk ot our Kastera oxchangN oltei In evidence of the decided unpopulari ty of the Sutro Tunnel scheme, the fact that not one newspaper In the State ot Nevada - advocates or defends It, but on the contrary all oppose It. Correct. Mtkiu, the converted gin-generator of New York City, has fallen from grace. Flndlug tbo business ot tem perance lecturing unprofitable, he re opened his saloon. Tue lthode Island election, which took place recently, resulted In the election ot tho straight Republican ticket. Uen. llqriuldo will probably be chosen Senator. Joan nii.M.ms lectured at Qrau Valley, Cal., last evening. A Distracted Citizen. A worthy but uu»ophlitlcated cit izen, yclept Phillip Deshner, called at the police elllce yesterday for the avowed purpose of obtaining a permit to ate a double-barreled shotgun In protecting hlmtelf and family against an intolerable lulllctlon. lie stated that he resided on Tehama street; that In the rear of his premises thore was a complication system of fences, sheds and outhouses which seemed to have a peculiar attraction lor the teline tribe at those periods when tliey are musically or amorously Inclined, lu addition to tho cats, there was • venerable dog Kept in mo yaru adjoining his (Deihtier'i) that howled all night, In mournful anticipation of approaching dissolution. Ill* uclglw bor on the other aide kept chlokeni, and the rooster* wero ot n wakeful breed, that slept by day and trowed persistently and vociferously from midnight till 8 a. m. Mr. i)eshner said that owing to tlioe clrcumitances he liad been deprived of his natural sleep far a period of tlx weeks, lie had lost eighteen pounds of llesh and hi* appetite. Life had brcomo n bur den to him. and the only question was whether he sliould shoot himself or get permission to praetlce upon the rude disturbers of his pillow with a double barreled shot-gun. Tho Chief of i'o lico stated that lie had no power to grant the sort of license asked for, and Heslmer took III* leave with a desper ate look, which leads lis to (ear that Coroner ltlco's services may soon be put into requisition In auntht-r raso of a traglo charaoter.—.V. F. Chronicle, April "lh. - Mammoth Electric Mnchlno. [From the H. K. Alls, April S.) The condition of Father "Nurl's health not belugas yet such in to al low him to resume Ills pullc lectures on Klectriclty, the time cannot bo de finitely announced fur tho next lec ture, though It Is expected that It will take place at an early day. Mean while, not to disappoint the public so long, he will comment'* to glvo one of his experiment* on n large scale from the top of tho tower of St. Ignatius College, next Thursday night, April Oth, from 8 o'clock till 1U p. m. The experiment will be an exhibition of the elccrlc light, as produced by the mammoth magneto-electrlu ma chine lately received Irom Paris, from the CoMpaunle I'AIUnitct. with a new olcctric light-regulator for Itrsi - elas* light house*, a spherleal mirror, and a largo Fresncl leu* >i er/nhnt, mounted on n rotating table, to pro ject tho light to the most distant point* around Sin Francisco and tho bay. within the visual range of tho College tower. Tho light Is such as to be seen at a distance of 200 miles and will bo literally turned aut by steam, ai a lour-horso power New York safety engine and boiler, from Treadwell & Co., «f tills city, will drlvo the great magneto-elcctflc ma chine (the lint and only ono In the United States, as far as known) at the •peed of 500 revolutions per minute. The Stephens Assassination. We extract tho following editorial remarks from the San FrancWco Alta of yesterday: A few weeks since wo had tho mel ancholy duty of chronicling the assas sination of Kev. Mr. Stephens, In Mexico. Ho wa« a younj man. who lolt his Alaia Mater In Oakland and cboie Ills missionary Held In Mexico. There murderous bigotry cut «hort his young life In tliu most barbarous and unprovoked manner, lint we Hud that tho Government and Courts ol Mexico are not now at they have been In years past. The villains engaged In tbU miserable exhibition of secta rian persecution have been brought facc to face with the civil and criminal law, been tried, found guilty of mur der and condemned to death to the numlier of six; and the priest Accused ot being n party to the wretched all'alr was being tried lor the crimo. It it •trauge that the teachings of tho Great Founder of Christianity iliould be so mltundertlood or perverted occasion ally by a professed believer In 111 in ana Ills iloctriiieM as to make him be lieve that lie Is rendering (>o I a ser vice by destroying one who believes hi illm, but not according to tho oth er'* creed. TiU2(KKUt> G i hi..—The Truckce tie telli this following nice anec dote of tlx tweet simplicity of 0110 of Its young girls: A Miss In town who reads the pa pers recently perused an account of Professor Denton's loctures In San Francisco on the subject of "The An tiquity of Man." Tlio Miss was very inueb interested III that portion of the lecture which detcribed man as hav ing been a rail lion of years or so ago nothing more than a can nihil, "born naked Til tho world, and lu appearance but little above a wild beast.'' After reading this vivid description of our forefathers to her mother, the ex claimed, "How thankful I am, Ma, that I was not born a cannibal—and naked.' How awlul U would bave been!" ITaimwoktii Ann Bki.vokt. — The principal point for shipping freight Ironi the railroad to Itelmout, Is Wads worth, a distance of 180 miles from Sacramento. The rate of freight, usu ally, from Wads worth to Relinont, be ing about four cents per pound, the distance ISO miles; time occupied, or dinarily, about 10 days. There are quite a number of heavy freight teams running regularly between Wads worth and Belmont.—/,'««• Journal. Or their local crusaders the Leaven worth Timet feelingly paraphrases: " They drilik not, neither do they sin; yet Solomon In all blsglory was not a raid like one of these.'' Reno Item*. [From tha tttata Journal of April 9.] The Paymaster Company, at Pea* vine, have their shaft dawn DO feet. At 100 feet they will build their sla* tion to run *0° and cat the ledge, which they expect to do the lait of next week. The mow li fait melting off and the hllliare beginning to look green. The llopklna, Nevada Tunnel, Nevada State and Qelden Fleece will resume work on their claim* toon. Some rich development* aro expected to be made till* Summer and Poe City will be In one of tho rich mining dis trict* of Nevada. The body of Julius Borniteln who wa* murdered at Cerlnuo on Mouday night, was on the passenger train geTug West this morning. Borniteln was well known in Jteno. An unusually large crowd of em igrants passed West last evening. There were eight oars plum full. Blrtlu. KKACBK-ln virftnla. April 8. to lb* wlfa of Deaths. FIFFE—In Virginia, April 8. John Fiffa, a native of Couuty Karueifb, Inland, i*v(l 38 y«tr§. \'E\V TO-MI. FREIQHf DELIVERY! COLD HILL. IJAVIXQ MADE Fill.I. ARRANGEMENTS A A for tha Rat aiiilun and Dallfrrr of all klada of KKKHIBTccbIuk nver tba VlftUINIA and TRl'CKKK RAILROAD to Iba GOLD HILL DEPOT, From tb* llgbtaat PARCELS, GOODS and GENERAL MKKOOAlfDUE, ....re m..„ HEAVIEST MAOUINKRr, BOILERS, *TC„ ETC., I tm prepared to accommodala til who daalrt my aervlcua la tkat lie*, ipon IIKAHONAni.lt TBRMM. Partlea wlfhlnr ma to recti™ aad dellrar I their freight wUl pleaat direct ahlapara ta aiark I plaluly—" Car* T. Q., Hold Hill." 1 apStf THOMAS OALLAQHRR. NOTICE. AT TI1R I.AST RKUfUH MRRTINO OK the Hoard of School TruiUn, tluld lllll District, Ntorvy Coanty, tfltate uf Nc?a<la, It U'H decided to rail a Special Election of thn qualified rotew of the Town of Uold lllll to de termine whether a Ut amounting to fS.OM vliall be levied. fur the ptirpoae of defraylni current achool ai|irn>ca, and alto for Ilia bulla Ing of a new achoolhoaaa. Said election will he held on the >ama day (MAY P01JUT1I, 1174) and at tha tame place a« the neit Town Klec tlon. Thoan In fafur of Ilia tax will rota "TAX. VK8thoaa oppoaed "TAX, NO." [orrtruL] k. w. riii nnrcK, Clark of the Hoard of Natiool Truitac*. ap9 Iw-law 1860. ! "T874T" PIONEER LAUNDRYl NORTH OF VIRGINIA. JOI.IJril K. HAM., I'KOritlKTOH. 'Nil* OI.D KNTAHI.mnKD AND A reliable Laundry la prrpaml to tain sal any quantity of Hiiioratrd and (lean l.lnea, without lilnc damapd by manipulation or by chemical application. Packaj.'v" punctually called for and retamed. Olllcr»—International Hotel and Wallace'e Krull Store, ijf South r (trod, Virginia; and Vowy lluo«', Hold lllll. atltf In- t.l'l I K. IIAM.. TOXM or PURE SULPHATE ' OF COPPER,'or rale, In lota to 500 ault, by R. L. IllUUim, fcIT If Corner B and Taylor Hta.. Virginia. i. j. Traaatx. ciiaa. ccaamua. UNION iron works VIRGINIA CITY, Oa Ik* Dl*l<lc. TYRRELL A CUMMINGS, ■pOUNDBRP, MACHINISTS, ClKNKIlAL J Un^inriT", DrauL-hlnnen and Mauuftiturrra of (Quartz mill and Mlnlnr Machinery of all de acrlptiona. All order* lilted with promptnea* and dlapaUh.and at the Loweat Ratea. rain U QUICKSILVER! UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE tub rues or QUICKSILVER WILL ■■ ;»l 33 CENT3PER POUND. AG13NOV : BANK OF CALIFORNIA VlltlllNM AND OOl.D 1111,1,. apltf GOLD IIILL FOUNDRY, LOWER GOLD HILL. Klnlaklaa of Krorr Vnrlrlr. Quart* C'ruahlna unci Amnlaamallaa .Marklnrrr M*de lo Order. AIX ORDKKS KXROUTED WITH Dis patch, at reasonable rate«. UKORUK IMMITTi MA If _ Fraarletar. MADAME MARTELLE, (From Kuroppt) CKLKIIRATED CLAIRVOYANT. MAONRT Ic I'hjrairltn and Developing Medium. ROOMS-Corner of 1'nlou and It dreeta, In tenia Usual Hotel llnlldlntf. lloriW—From 1 to t a. and from T lo 10 r. M. CONSULTATION FEKS-Ladle«, »J; Oen tleinen. (3. a|>8 lm* R E H O VTlT WINKLE & KRUTTSCHNITT, DIAI.IK* IN lVliVES AND LIQUORS, IUTI RKMAVKD TO .lorlbwml Cor. D find Taylor ilrwli i|»8_ VlrglBlii rilyt WttMii* a. lAitr. w. p. Liusii. HAI8T & LILIEN, Civil Engineers and Sur veyors. OFFICE* I Virginia Cllr-U'J HauikCelreetieapaalia Odd Frllawa' niack. Uald Hlll-Orrr Mkaaa'a Malaaa. <110 It FOR TOWN MARSHAL. THOMA8 KELLY IS ANNOUNCED AN CANDIDATE FOR re-election to tha offlrcofTown Marelial of Quid Hill, •ulijact to the derUloa of the rxt> ple at the coming Tewn election. apl td* BERUN """"" U. Im IllliflliWi MT K Corner B and Taylor 8ta„ Virginia. 8ITUATION WANTED, J>Y AN A 50. 1 COOK TOO* SAN FRAN-1 J clero, a baker br trade. Can be acta all ajrer'a Saloon, Vlrflala Cllr. «P* lw J HEW TO-DAY. MALLOiV NO. 41 SOUTH C STREET, (Nest It H«ik «f California), VIRGINIA, NEVADA. Groceries and Provisions, ENCLI8H CROCKERY, CHINA SETS OF EXTRA QUALITY TABLE CUTLERY, GLASSWARE. KEEP ON HAND THE CHOICEST WINES AND LIQUORS IN THE MAKKKT, FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDIES, COOICK DOUKBON, MOOTCII AND lltltll W H ISZIES, QLO P6RT AND SHERRY WINES, CHAMPAGNES <fe OLAEETS. flfAll their Wlim tod Liquor* ire cu»r*n t«Kt Para and Hultablu for Mnllelnal r«ri*«f«. J. * J. B. HALLOW, >p8 tm lynrlnln. |A. 0. FARUO. THUS. DIMOND. BANK EXCHANGE ooi.d nn.L. KAIlliO A- DIUOND, i'KOPKIKTOKS. 'I'HIS OLD RSTABL18IIF.D SALOON HAt ' hmn Mitlrely reBttrd. rrfurnlihrd and reno Tttcd throughout. and »l»o rmlnrkcd with tbi rfry brat of OLD FRENCH BRANDIES, lb* h«*l of BOURBON indothrr cbelr* WHISKIES, •ORBS, ALK mill nlhrr I.I'II r».'r«. A •bar* of tin public patronaga U •ollclt*d. i.i'i lm FIFTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY BALL. Si I. O. O. F. TOBUR THE Al'SPICKH OP COLFAX DECREE Of REBECCA LODGE, NO, 1, ....AT.... NATIONAL GUARD HALL (ODD FELLOWS' DL'ILDIN(i) VIRGINIA CITY, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 27. Commute* of ArrmiffrmcnU i J M I'rrk Mrx Jacob Yenaf SDBakrr Mr»IIUar»ry William Ilowlrn Committee of Iiavltatlou i TIIUIINU flTT. n O AdklMD J 0 Smith (! C Buttennan Henry Mnrriaoa Jacob Young Jr <1 F Ford I) L Smith (len lUnnlng W II UmWert J 0 Srhlarbaom Harry lllork V A Cox GOLD niLi.. R I. Slrrn Mra Bennett J W Norn Mr» Mercer Mr» R I* Taylor 1-ILVr.ll (ITT. H B Anpittlne C I) McDuffly DAITOX. Jaino Nawrean L L Crockctt PAMON J Jlnllrr H It WhlteUIII John Roeier Tbro A llalo mo. J S SbnrniaLrr C W Joore A C McParland O W Ciinnlogham WASHOS. Nat Holme* I) U Boyd Commute* or Boroplloni M Ilnlmra Mr. Holland K A Hammond Mr* Mnriimi W Turner Mm Wlleon floor Hnnil(*ni: J tl Peck Mr* Jacob Yosqc Win Bowlen Mr* K llunl Jimra I'helan Mra M BaelUer Mr* II Oaraey Floor DlNfltri J 8 KuMn 1'roinptrri rrofeaaor Daniel Lyon* TIOKKTH' IS *0 Can be had from the rarlmia Committee*. MUHIC will b« ftirnlflicd by Prof. K. Drtf foot' Orrhe»tr». Danclnt will commence at l> o'clock, rntt td CERTAIN AND 8PEEDY RELIEF GUARANTEED, OR NO CHARGE. MY MEDICINES"WILL CURE ('■Ida, Cauaha, Kerere* Nrnrnliln. I'llea, • ■larrh. Laaa.Throat, l.l>rr.KMai>r> Itlaad nod Hkln Ol.eaaea, IHlluaa lliaardvra, Hemlaal Weak or ae or NoTToaa Orbllltr. Proper Medicine* ftirnlrhrd and all kind* of ril.ra.ea treated at a price all ran afford tn pa jr. Tlie.» Mnllclna* ami Bath* rara wnen all rlae fail. I have hnndrrd" nt ruromrnnndatlona to that effect. Snre preventive* of prlvtto dl* Call or write to FHYMICIAN AND HI'RHKON. DISPENSARY. OFFICE, BATHS an.lCONSrLTlNO ROOMS. No. Ill* Momb (' atrrel, weal aide, VIKUINIA, NKV, de» Im la WOOD 1 WOOD ! TUB UNDKRSIONID has FOR BALI a 1 large quantity of NtTT Pl.WR. MOUNTAIN LIMB and other varlatleaot WOOD, Alao tall aopply of tba BEST QU/.L1TT of C O A L I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, which he will deliver throughout Uold Hill aid vicinity of the lowtet caah prlcci. jnMU? THOMABOALLAOniR. ■ MIL! DREYFOU8, PMOFRHHOR. OK MUHIC, AID TEACHER OF THE VIBlll. ORDERS LEFT AT R. L. 1110(11*8' MUSIC Store. Virginia City, or at PROFESSOR BERLINER'S, or with H. XV. CIICRIIl'CK, Keq., Uold Illll Poal-offlee. MUSIB IFURNISH^FORALL OCCASIONS I 2 AAA BOXER OP CHEMICAL fUUU OLIVE SOAP, •» WUOL*. BALE O.NLT. for sale b/ R. I. MKH1INM, '•H tf Comer B and Taylor Bta., Virginia. 0E.1TLEME.VS CLOTHMO, ETft ON EXHIBITION AMD roH HAI.K AT BANNER BROTHERS, Caracr a»d Ti|l«r ilrttu, VIRCINIA CITY. THE IAR0EST, MOST BEAUTIFUL ....Am.... MOST MAGNIFICENT NTOC'K or SFRIN6 CLOTHING KVER UHUUOnT TO THIS 8TATE: SO RICH IN FABRIC, SO SUBSTANTIAL IN MAKE, 80 SUPERB IN STYLE, AS TO SUIT THE MOST FASTIDIOUS, ....AMD.... So Exceedingly Low in Price Afl TO AUKKKAI1I.Y AHTONIMII THE MOST ECONOMICAL. BANNER BROTHER", ... WIIO ALWAY* PTl'DY•••• TO PLEASE THEIBPATBONS • ..•ARB IIKTKMMINED TO.... EX«'KI. AM. ■•RKYIOrN MTOHTN Dl'UlNO TUB PRESCTT REASON, ....AN* TO CoHTIXI K.... SUCH STRAIGHT-FORWARD DEALINGS Ai hire won for thi-ui Ihc r«-«|i»*l mil c«trcm of their fallmr cltlz.o. DEAL WITH BANNER BROTHERS, • •..WHO rtlVIIT.... IN REDUCING PRICES. liuy All Your CLOTHING ....rnon... BANNER BROTHERS, ..VTM.... ONLY LIVE CLOTHIERS IN TIRUIXU. NEVADA. »pl If ROOS BROTHERS, ....OF THE.... PALACE CLOTHING STORE No. 9ii Mouth C SlrerI, at IT AVI HO HENOVATEP AXI) RE-« JE II llllnl their liir^'e Mlore thrnu^hiint.ae x mid Ii»*Iii_' lormed hurlnr.. connirllou. fcbolh In han Kraiclwo And lb. kimi — _j Wholvtala Marl. of tlio AIIauIIc Haie».ac o which rnalilcf tbriu to aiinrounr. roil »* IMmtljr IIiai Ihi-r CAN *n<l WILL ftKLL ►r KINK CLOTIIfMt CIIEAI'KK TIlANc! 2 ANY OTIIKU IKll'HKliN TIIKl'OA!>T.« o. !«•;• Icarr to rail Ihr altrfitliia nf Ihry •JlVopkof Wcirra Nevada to Ih.lr rrrxM jji ulrn.lve and cbolcn AM.rtuiral of Klu._ o Cualom-mado „ ....AMD,... FURNISHING GOODS, ....coxriUBWo.... • FINE NEW STYLE fASSIMERK SUITS, HATS AND CAP8, BOYM' CLOTHING, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CALIFORNIA BLANKET8 OvrralUi Dark I'hrIhi lll«n«r«, Tranka, Vuliwi ■■■( TrHvrlln* llna*. Ilnnd kgrrklrhi Knaiicndrra, Tl*«, Haw*, ( nil., unit In IHrl •*rr» nrllrlo ■■■• ■ III' krpilaii FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISHMENT, ROOS RKOTUERV PALACE CLOTHING STORE, NO. 33 HOL'TII (' NTKEkT, ml Im WALLER'S CLOTHING BAZAR, In Dr. IlalTa New Dnlldlnf. MAIN HTKKKT UOI.U III I.I,. M. F. WALLER /-UI.L8 PARTICULAR ATTKNTIoN TO tala eitemlre, well »i Icctod >10111 ef WINTER CLOTHING! ....cokidtiiii or.... OU-KHfl AND M'fllNKftM WITH, BOYH' CLOTHING. rVBNIMUINd IIOODM, iiatx. booth. hiiokm, TBCNKH, VAI.IMKH, Bte.,wblrh heodera AT NEW YORK PRICE8! t"P"C*U anil examine before pare htnlne rim trhen. maOtf NICHT_WORK. Vaults, Sewera, Etc., Gleaned AT TUB NIIOBTKMT XOTU'E, " ....AID I*.... VHE MOST APPROVED STYLE. -rrALUAni.Rs lost in hucu rucn Y racoeerad at (mall rt|>ra>e. (1RADINU of all kind* contracted far. Term*, Meaaonable. Order* from do Id |||||, Slim Cltj. or alMwbere, left at Plper'a Corner, H ■treat .Virginia, prompt If attended to. *10tf JACOB BOCIBBB. OKJITLEMEirS CLOTHIXO, ETC, THE WHITE HOUSE! K*. 16 M*nlb C alrrft, riHIilXU, NRT. WIIKTIIKR STOCKS AItK TP OB down, or money l« pbnllful or •carer, or bualacaa brlak or otbcrwlac. ftovldenl man will alwaya acck lo ft lite wertn of bla niaarjr la whateaer ankle bo majr Mud ll r.cccnarj lo In* vm, and It laa DEAD Har» thine lhat ha will atrika a bee-line Tor lb* « IIITi: HOI MC .if COIIN A IHAACH. Ne. 1« l*wtill< 0 atreel, Vir ginia City. ir lit) wlflwa lo parchaao all elegant ault of CLOTHING Oftke moat faahlonable rat, anb«tartlal manufacture ami durable fabric*. Tba WINTKIt STOCK jnal oprord al tha White llnuae- (lot, ami beat, clothing alara aoutbof I'nlon alrect, on C—cm liraci-a eaerjr article la tba Clalblug and Kurulaklne (iooda line, and uo MAN ' Who la a Judge of Une. faahlonable, dnr abl« acd well-made i lothlnr, ami who la al all familiar wilb the coat price* nf racli arilclca and I be iaira i>f fri-lvbt Irani commercial rentcra tot bla market, ran enler Ike WIIITK IIUl'HK, Inspect the varied aad mammoth rtock kept by Co I IN al- IHAAt'N, ami aacertaln their pllrea, without brine aatanlabid at tha aa|irrlor •(U.tllty of gooda and the mjr law prlcea tu be FOUND III in Interior town ao far removed from the uianutai torie* of Mirli articles. The new itiM'k lift npiiwl la Um WIIITIC IIOI'HK by ( OllS x IHAA1K In the largest Invoice of Winter nothing ever brourkt Into Dm Male of Netada, «*m* bracing Alaska. Chinchilla mid Heaver Oven otlfl; SBftlvb, rmch and Am lU cma Ca»»lmcre. Mellon. lieaver, Diagonal and Hrna/it loili DrM and lln»lne»a buit« lor men and lioyts Furnishing Good' and Underwear *f every descrip tion and Quality; Half. rap*, ltoota, Hboen. Overshoe*. I mbnltap. IluM.cr (foods of all kind*. Family flUnketi, Trunk*, Vallacr, &atcbcl», and, IN Fact, an endlcM variety of artlrlca heth tiM'fnl ami ornamental. Tbcir pood* are ftclcctrti especially fer thin market, are IHircliaced from Hr«*t hand* at tliu lowest cash rati**, and they arc there fort- enabled to *ell the very Ileal clothing At the very lowest figure*. Thl* account* for the largo trade which they hfive built tin, and which they are determined not erily to uialutaln. but to tin INN. bj (air aad liberal dealing, ai d by avoiding thiwe little "legitimate" deception* which would gain them a* mail profit today and lose them a regular cu*totner to* morrow, f**r I'OIIS A iHXAiH are permanently locatt-d In VIRGINIA! frJO «f ATTENTION! ATTENTION! WK TAKE THIS MKTIlnD TO CAM. your attrntlan to Mm following KTATK MKST OF KACTH, whlrh wi- aro confidant oa •xanilnallrn will pro*, trur: FIR8T —W<* h«Tp Ihr larfrcal ind ducal Hlorn in the Main. crowded wllh Hid beat ulvcfttl •lock and larval tarlaljr of CLOTHING, CicnlH' I-'ui'iii*liiiiK (n'ooiIk, HATS AND DOOTS, BOYS' CLOTHINB, RUBBER CLOTHING, Trunk", VnlUra ami Nuirlirla. SECOND-Tint ,r ken A FINKR GRADE of Ik* iiMiTr named article (ban anj ottiar Sloro lu llic Plate. THIRD -That HI- alan ki'tpa lars» »«»ort n«rniof MKPIl'M l l~t>S i.oODn, am h a« are krjit In other Htuir*. FOURTH, ami laat-TliM w« am lUlrr ininiil in I'XDKItKKM. anything we com* acroea In rcr Hue. i Wo, therefore. extend to otir numeroua frlcnda. nr "an/ other Man, Woman or Child," | an liiTllatlon lo C'ALI. UltsT ON I S, and ace fur Ihern.cfTca. TO MINERS! Tht p»!p'tiar- and rmtrtikiif# uf whom «*<* har« rnjorrd m> I ting. \VK EM'KTIAhLY INYITK TOl' to rail ami atamlili' our Mtixk. and •atWf r»nr». Ill* BAK0AIKS that wr »•« naw |ir«|«ml tuglva yon. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER IN ANY STYLE I REINSTEIN &. WOLF, apl lm Main MirrM. Cal.l Hill. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! G. ABRAHAM, Merchant Tailor, NO. 23 NORTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, QALL8 THE ATTENTION OK THKN'BMC TO lllft KINK WTOCK OP PANTS PATTERNS, VKSTINGH, (mil SUITINGS, ....WHICH III JU»T HECEIVED! ....Ann winrii lis..., MAKES TOJOROER IN THE FINEST STYLES. AND AT ntlCEtt LOWER THAN HERETOFORE. (•tnlltmrn la nred of anything; In lilt lint will do wall by siting him ■ (ill. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER I OP THE BEST MATERIALS, AND IN ANY STYLE, Only Threo Dollars, Ml lm San Franciscoo Clothing Store. BARNERT & LOVE, IMPOIlTKttflOP AND IlKAI.KUS IN CM torn and rnuljr madt CLOTHING, nKNTI.RMK.VM KrilNIHIIINtl COOIM. AND BOYH' om>tiiino. I.alrtl HI,la. of [Jtln Traaka, Vall.aa