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THE EVENING NEWS.
A l.r. DOTKX I I IMUer Freprleter. OOLD HILL. ■ i TUESDAY. ADO. 4. 1174 WHY HllOI'LD DKM(M KA( Y KXIMTf The St. LoaU Ihmotrat propound* thi* conumdrum to the Democrats of Miuouri; What i« Democracy in Miv •onri? and chalUngee any Democrat to answer. It than goe* on u> propound and aiuwrr proposition* in regard to the principle*, usefuln***, or existence of Democracy in that State. By*"tome, it un " we are told that it i* part of a national organiiation which holda cer tain principle*." To thi* it repli**, and appeal* to every intelligent voter to witness the truth of the reply, that De mocracy in Missouri has no principle which ia held slab by Democrat* o( the other State*. It continue*: The Democracy of thi* State believe* in the absolrte Uon-intcrterenc* of the general government' with the affair* of th* Stat**, doe* it? Bat in the next State southward, the Democracy de manded and obtained interference in be half of Baxter, and ia South Carolina it demanded from the l*re*id«nt interfer ence againat Moae*. Th* Democracy of thi* State demand* mere currency, doe* it? Bat the Democracy of every Kaatvro State ln*i*t* upon "hard moniy." Will it be pretended that th* Democracy of Miaaouri believe* in free trade—and yet electa avowed protectionist*? If it doe*. Pumaylvabi* Democracy mt-siis protec tion to iron, and Kentucky Democracy meana protection to human being*, and Iowa Democracy and Illinois Democracy mean free trade. We defy any I>emo crat to name a principle held by that party in thia State and in other State* in common. It U»n goes on to show that IIh na tional organlution, to vhich the Detno crata of Missouri pretend to belong, baa in reality no eiwtencc. It says that in IUinoia, Iowa, Wisconsin, Kanau, and Nebraska, there i« no Democratic party; it liaa formally abolished itsslf in all tboaa State*. In Ita »t-ml stands a new party with ibffersnt ideaa. No Demo cratic j arty can Ix run in those Statu a, and the farmers' or independent organi zation there existing. if it ho|>«a to r« tain thu Tot* of a solitary Republican, niuat rafusa to **nd d*legstes to a Dent ocratic National Convention. On tha other hand, iu Louisiana tin re ia no Democracy, but a " white mau'a|>arty;" in South Carolina then ia no Democ racy, but a reform party ; anil in other Southern State* aa well, no ]>arty exists which will aupport a Democratic na tional ticket. Do not three questions and answers, with but few exceptions, apply to Nevada ? Yat there ia one principle of unity in tha Democratic rank*. It ia deeirc for offlcc. Thia ia the common bond of union which ar ray* the Democracy of every State sgainst the Republican party. I'pon thia commou ground of intereat, I'm Trader* and 1'rutectioniat*, inflationists and contractionists, hard nioneyitc* and currency lover*. State*' Rights men and centraliier*, join hand* and turn their face* toward the goal ao long approached but •till ao far away. Office and the apoila thereof. Thia ia the key note of that buglo *train which wake* the " uu terrifled" to t>attle. Lean and hungry, ragged and foot-sore from their pilgnm ago of fourteen year* outaide the prom ised land, they lift their eye* longingly for a Tiaion of iu dimly remembered glories. Office and ita pro&ta. Thia ia the platform upon which all Democrat* unite. The currency, the tariff. State Right*, negro »upreuiacy; what are they all but incidental difference*? The main light ia for power. And then. Shall we repeat the hixtory of lHj3-C0? U. S. TaiAHt'Uia Si tNNin ia a gruff old fellow and ueetl to haeing hi* own way. Lately Secretary Briatow, in die charging clrrka. told Oeneral Spinner that he muat reduce hia force. A wordy war ensued, and the matter wa* referred to l'reaident Grant. Spinner threatened to reaign it any of his employe* were discharged, and the upahot of the whole business is that the Treasurer keep* his fall n'.imbar of clerks. The General i* also much annoyed at the Civil Service rules. II* claims that, aa h* has given bonds and is responsible for the moneys of the Government, h« should besllowed to select bi<t own subordinates without outside inlnlennH. SxmUry Bristuw proposal to carry out the Civil Service rules throughout the whole Department, including the Treasurer's office. Again General Spinner "barked," and the matter waa referred to the President. The result ia a compromise whereby it it arranged that all appoiatnenta to offlca in Treasurer Spinner's Bureau shall be made only after examination, and eren in that cam any |»rson to whom the Treasurer objects shall not be appointed. It haa alto beeu agreed that all persons nominated by Gen. Spinner for appointnieut in his office shall be allowed to appear for examination. Thct had a lively time in Salt Lake City yesterday over the election. Police Judge Jeter Clinton, judge of one of tho election precincts, carried off the ballot box at noon and kept it halt an hour, lie did this under plea of going to lunch, lie was arrested last evening, after the polls closed, by the C. S. Marshal, and was followed by an immense crowd to the Territorial' Marshal's office. Ooverocr Woo.ls addrrwed the crowd and induced them to disperse. Women roted fre*ly, m.,1 it i» believed that the Mormons have succeeded in electing their ticket in nearly every t«wn. They nominated Geo. Q. Can non as Delegate to Congress, notwith standing the fact that a law waa |>asaed last Winter forbidding a polygamist from taking hia seat in that body. Cannon haa four wivea in I'tah, but claimed, when in Waahington, to have only one. Ocb Amaict* boys are opening the •yea of the Britishers as to the beauties of the national game o( base ball. Two of our dabs, the Red Stockings of Bos ton and the Athletics of Philadelphia, are now in England and are setting the public wild with their skill. Yesterday • game waa played near London, which waa attended by 6,000 persona, who paid a shilling each to gain admission. An other game will be played to-day. At tbia rate the boys will not only have a pleasant trip, bat pay their expenaes and hav* a healthy balance ia (&• locker. The salt and lumber man of Michigan projmae to oppoae the contemplated IU procity Treaty with Canada. Lik* tha iron and other raonopoliata of the Eaat- I era State*, whom thia treaty would un pleaaantly affect, they think that the Government of thia country ahould be managed eicluaively for the advance ment of their intereata, and that it ahould take no meaaurea to benefit the people everywhere at their eipenae. They are already atrungly guarded by law* which enrich them at the eipenae of the eoaaumer of their gooda and of the farmera whom the treaty will benefit. To the Granger* of the Miaaiaaippi Val ley thia antagoniam to their welfare it a matter of great importance. It involvea the queetion whether they ahall pay tribute to home monopoliata; whether their grain ahall have direct ahipment, by canal to Europe, or be aiibject to the extortion* of the railroaila and elevator taen of the Eaat. If the producer* of »alt, lumber, coal, iron, etc., are to hold the conaumer* of the country in aub jection, then every other induatry may claim like protection, and the country be entangled in threada of ateel that will cut their way to ita vitality and kill it by alow degree*. If thia ia a govern ment of the people and for the people, then each ahould ahare alike in ita ben efita. The Reciprocity Treaty will re lieve the country to a great extent of the incubua of monopoly. But the aalt, lumber, coal and other favored in tereata propoee to raiae money for ita defeat, and having money, and faith in the venality of Congreeainen. thay may aucceed. Kixais in dishonored It tlio paltry evasions employed to preveut legal »c tiuD in the Pomeroy raw. A Senator of the Vuited State* was accused of. brib ing a Senator uf Kansas in order to se our* re-election. An honest man would have demanded, and an honest rornnin nitjr would bare sternly insisted upou a prompt trial, and a verdict of guilty ot not guilty. Hut, although a great ma jority of the jxople of Kanaaa unquea tionably wiah to ha?* justice done, tb*r« ia evidently a portion itifflciently large and sufficiently potent in the cvurta ol law to aUve off the trial from mouth to mouth, and from year to year, uutil iu sheer wrariueaa public opinion may tol erate the abandonment of tho ewe. And, aa for Pomeroy, tho bare fart that he attempts to quaah the indirtment by the terhniral plea that the Senator who claimed to have been bribed was not an officer of the State, ia quite euough to aettle the rane in public estimation. It will be the disgrare of Kanaaa If ita court* acquit where honeat publir ojyu ion convicts, in anrh a case aa thia. Tin municipal election of Vicksborg, Miaa., occura to-day. There ia a fierce contest between the White man'a |>arty and the lilack man'a, and tha city la ia a state of ferariah excitement. A week ago the Sheriff, in dire appreheminn of to-day'e approach, appointed " thirty good and Uwful men " to be hia special deputiea in order (to uae bia own lan guage) that " our community may be at peace; that our daya uud uighta may pasa in quiet ; that our ritiiena may mow through our atreeta with none to molest them or make them afraid." The name of thia Sheriff ia I'eter ; and he ia aa firm aa a ruck. The deputiea are to eerve without any remuneration, ex cept a consciousness of well-doing; which ia extremely patriotic, and should be emulated in other loraltiea. Tut process of redeeming tho very bad and very dirty note* of the National llanka which have been in circulation for a time long enough to cover them with grime and make them unwhole some to look at and unhealthy to handle, goes on at the Treasury Department with commendable rapidity. Still it will be a long time before the utter naatineas of a currency which represents nothing but irredeemable promiaea. and. if poa eible, still more irredeemable tilth, ran be replaced with the clean paper of new promises, which, like the professions and proteaUtiona of platforma and ad dressee, have nothing behind them but publio confidence. Rut, according to Morton, this is "the !>est currency the world ever saw." Anonn-Gmui. William*, who has Imd alwnt (mm Washington for several we«ki pa*t, yesterday return*! to hi* (latin. Hit prolonged absence hu hwo the basis (or many (pecula tion*, and it hu been telegraphed all over the country that there »M some mystery connected therewith. Now that he ha* returned, the truth come* out that hi* Chief Clerk had infraction* not to let any one know hi* (William*') whereabout*, thu* enabling him to ob tain the needed rent. Pat after to-morrow North Carolina will hold her State election. A corree pondent of the New Tork 7W.t, writing from Raleigh, uyi that there are *o many independent candidates in the field on both sides, and so many fac tions, that it is extremely difficult to get s correct view of the situation. He think* that nnder the circumstances Republicans will do well if they bold the vote of 1872. A moths* salary-grabber has come to grief. Mr. J. M. Tyner went before the Republican Convention of the Eleventh Indiana District for renominatiou last week, but found the aentimeut so stroug sgainst him that hs was glad to with draw hi* name. Tm» Reese River Ktrrilk expect*, be fore the campaign i* ov»r, " to hear Sharon charged with infanticide, Tom. William* with incendiariun. Governor Bradley with chicken stsaling, and Sutre with modesty," KaA** Walwostu, who murdered his father in New Tork last Summer and was sent to State Prison, hsa just been removed to ths State Xnsans Asylum. Tmst start baulky teams in Pioche by setting off a bunch of fire cracker* un dsr them. It is said to work well. A mathdsatical professor in a Sacra mento high school calculates that if each mosquito and gnat in that city should in one night obtain one-tenth of a drop 1 of human blood for supper, every person in town would be dead in the morning. Carsor t| «m». I Pram Um Tribfln»,»Anr'ii! 11 With much pleasure ho anuounco tbn act that Messrs II. F. Kir« and Alfred 3eln» have purchased the right to tba ipringa known u the Taylor and the A'amm springs, situated on the tlat ibove Warren'* ranch, in the hill* vmI if town. The two springs will, in their jireeent condition, ran 1.400 gallon* per hour, and can be greatly increased in opacity by collecting the •mailer springs Into one body. Thin amount of water will suffice (or the town, even though it ihould grow to twice iU present magni tude, and will aaaiat materially in irri gation. The water baa cot into good hands, and will be sjteedily turned to good account. L. D. brown, the auction store man. haa the houor of being the mean* of producing the first brick of bullion of any ail* eitrartod from ore miued in this locality. The energy of Mr. Drown and his confreres has been crowned with sui-ceaa, aud that good silver milieu eiint in Eagle Valley ia uow proven beyond a doubt. We understand that Commissioners hare been appointed to inquire into the affairs of the S. Miut at t'anou City. From present indications we incline to the opinion that thedecapitatiug process will shortly be inaugurated, or, in other words, there will be many changea made among heads of departments. A car-load of borai from Teal's marsh was ahiiiped on Saturday to Han Fran cisco. Every week, and ofteu twice a week, oue or two car-loads leave Canton. The road wilt be completed from Colum bus in a few days, when the shipment of this valuable mineral will be a daily occurrence. Eureka Mining item*. [Promlti* Nentlael, Au£""t i.) Th« amount of charcoal received at the varioua furnncea during the paat month liu been a* follow*: Eureka Conaolida ted, H4.000 liuahrU; Richmond Conaoli dated, 05,(MM) buahela; Ruby Conaolidated 20.0OO; Hooaac, 24,250 buahela, iu all, 193,200 bushels, being '.(,250 buahal* low thau wiia received at the Richmond (or the hut ultimo month. Thia branch of industry, uow that the reccut trouble* with the manager of the laat named com pany are happily adjusted a|H>n a Win satisfactory to all, will aoon again In come active and remunerative to produ cera, fur thu price agreed upon, ull things considered. i* an equitable one enough while the weather remain* line, There i* an Identity of interest* established between couautneni or producer*, or ought to bo if there U not, which ihonld not be loot light of by either |>arty. 1'eace once more reign* iu Warsaw, and we are glad of it, for all concerned. The monthly bullion product haa beeu. Eureka Conaolidated, 13 day*, 500,000 pound*: Richmond. 1,100,000 |>ound*; Ruby Consolidated, 230,'.Hill ]>ound*; Hooaac, 100,741 pound*. which m*ke*, iu all, '2,057,713 pounda, nearly 1,02'J ton*. Thi*, when we toko into account the drawback of thu month just passed, is no inconsiderable amount. Of thiaauiouut the Richmoud, it will lio observed, pro duced a tritie over one-half of what hn* been turtieil out ait >gether. Thia allow ing, we are glad to Bay, sustain* the rep utation of thu Richmond mine. bullion (hipmcnt* for the month: Eureka Conaolidated, f>l'.i,.">OI pounda; Richmond, 1,040,1**1 poands; ltuby, 312,142 pounda; which lenvea now on hand, Hooiac, 100,000 jiound*, making altogether 2,001,tM2 pound*. White Pine Item. IKmm I he Newe, Julj SJ I The heart* of the honest miner* were Hindu exceeding glad Thursday lost by being paid off for two month*. Cap tain Frank I>ruk« disbursed ncurly $15, 0U0 among th« men in hie employ on Troaaitre Hill: The hum'* at the mill w« understand were |>»ii«l on Friday. Thin |>aymeut will nearly clear the Kl>rr hanlt & Aaron Company from all their indcUcdueaa, a fuct we ure heartily ^lad of. A private letter from Nevada District, in thia county, infonua u» that Frank Alnum ia an nvowed candidate for the nomination to the Aaaembly. Frnnk U well known throughout the county and ought to make a good ran. That peat of tho humuu race, Rrig ham Young, hoa lieen aeniling hia eiuia aariea among our Shoahonea, with a view to converting them to hia abomina ble life. Wt ahall have more to My ou thia aubject next week. That Wood Cut Libel. The Oakland Trilmnt thui explains the manner in which the San Frauciaco fhronicir obtaiued the plat" from which it printed the recent liUiloua caricature of Jamea Lick: Frank Lealie'a llbuimltd Journal uacd to publiah ou ita fourth |>agv what pur |>orted to bo h photographic likeness of miaaing people and unknown jwraoua found drowned. The CKronirlr baa bought up a 'ot of these cuta and pro poaea to peq>etrate theui uikiii ita raads.-a. The laat Sunday edition of that | mi per contained n picture of a corpse which waa picked up in Eaat ltiver aome four yaara ago which waa never identified. The Chnmifit calls it Jamea Lick. We expect to aeo ona of the«« cuta trotted ont next Sunday labeled Charles U. Petcra, the founder of the New Market. Kauxauaan.—The Virginia lmlri#n<l tn/ ia in a peck of trouble with but little prospect of relief. It ia unhappy on account of tho |>oor and bard working miners whoui it aaya Sharon ia robbing. What a charitable inatitution tho Iru le fttmlrtU ia for telling the folkathat some l>ody ia atealiug from them, othcrwiao they would not have known it. With all ita lieuevolance, we fear tho liult /■fmfrnf ia waudcring in the wooda when it talks about oppreaaed laborer*, etc. The Couiatock ledge belongs to aouie body or it doea not. If it doea. its ownera hava a right to work it aa to them may seem !>e*t. The balderdash aliout oppreaaion and robbing poor men re solve* ii»e|f into nothing. — PiorU Hfconl. July 31.W. Hoxicihk at Waimwokth.—A tele graphic iliapatch from Wada worth to »'m. Stophrr. Kaq., inform* liim »nd the pahlir tli.it J. L. Down*. fnth«r-in 1.1 w to Juum Hurk, yceterday ihota man by the nani« o( 1'ratt. killing him in atftntly. It i» «uppoacd to b« » caao n( justifiable homicide, iw Mr. I><iwu* in « quiet, re* pec table citiMn, mid l'rfttt it MUtl to )>• » ilangerou* man when in' hi* cup*.. Mr. Down* Hunvtidered himaclf to the ouatody the Sheriff, and waa by Jnatice Poor put under $3,000 bonda to anawer any indictment tliat might be found againat him.—Hrmt Crnctnl, Ah .jusl 4. A WaTXlaat'kdU, l'ft., woman haa read the bible through forty-eight time*, and when ahe call* her huaband, and wanta him to move rapidly, her roiee ia *a aharp •a the crack of ft rifle. Am editor at a dinner table lieiug aaked if he would take aomc pudding replied. In a fit of abstraction, " Owing to a crowd of other matter we are unable to And room for it." Ir haa been calculated that if Chicago and Ht. Louia keep up their competition in directories; at the present rate, each will have a population of ten million* by the year 1884. A ROPE WAUCER'S DOOM. Ttrrlbla Fall and Death of a Can adian Aerobat. [From ths fort Hope (Canals) Times.] Shortly after the performer who wan to moot aach a horrible daath ap peared on the top of one of the honaea, dreased in hia fancy attire, and looked for a moment at the assembled thou aanda, and then began to make prepar tiona to facilitate, aa it proved, bia own deatruction. He had the appearance of a slightly built man, and did not ahow a great aiuoint of bodily strength—in fact, aa the sequel discloaed, not auffl cient to carry him through the ardaoui feat' which he attempted. The rope having been accural, ho seixed hi* bal ance pole and started; but he only walked a few atepa whan he haatily re treated and gave further direction* to a couple of men who held the ends of the gny-ropea jearest the houae. Ilia or der* having been olieyed he again start m1 off, and with apparent ease walked to the center of the ro|io. Hera two iron ring*, atiout a couple of feet apart, hung three feet or thereabouta from the rope*. The ring* wero ju*t over the middle of the road, which waa thickly covered with gravel and aa hard aa rock. When the performer had reached these ring* be halted, atooped down and fastened hi* balance pole to the rope. He then proceeded to let himself down to the riuga, where he once or twice per formed an easy feat, lie then let him aelf down to the full extent of hi* arms, and, panning a moment, raised himself •lightly, put hi* feet through between hi* anus, and went backward aa far aa he could, waiting an instant, and then bringing himself liack again to his orig inal ]M>sition. This is a feat requiring immense strength of arm, and should never be performed at a dangeroua die tuuec from the ground, as the slightest failure of muscle or a bend too far back would be iustant d»ath. This fent the young man performed successfully twice, but the third time it was appa rent he waa making an lmmeuse tax on his strength, and those present who un derstood a little about gymnaatics, felt anxious, a* they knew lie he had yet a difficult move to make, which wis to re gain the ro|M>. Ho did uot let himself back so far this last time, for the thought seemed to have apparently opproeaed him that hi* strength was failing. He haa tily brought himself to the original po sition, but scarcely had he done ao than he let go one ring'with hi* right hand. Whether thia was douo accidentally or intentionally can only l>e conjectured ; but we presume it waa dona on pnrpoae, as his object was to catch one ring with tioth hanila and draw himself up to the rope hand over hand. If such waa the case he miscalculated hi* itrength, for ho had barely let go one hand and swung partly round when the other l>egan to relax. What thought* passed through that poor man's uiind In those fow seconds are a sealed book. He must have known that hi* strength was fail ittg him, and a fall was inevitable, yet not a cry or sound escaped him, but he tnroed his eye* and gave one agouizing look to the ground beneath him, which will never be effaced from tho memory of those who saw it. Suddenly hi* hold gave way, when, amid a half audible cry of amazement which involuntarily escaped the lip* of the paralysed multitude, ha fell to the earth with u thud like the drop of a heavy stone, and, in an instaut, what wns a human body in full enjoyment of life in which was encased a aoul, was a mangled heap of flesh, aud the aoul had returned to tho God who gave it. Ueatli wiw inatnutancoui. lie lay lor i HiH-ouJ wotionlww, ami the blood begai to trickle from bin mouth nml noon thru h« i|iiiver< <l from henil to foot will n roiiviiliiiTr movoiuent, nml the bloo« ru»he>l froui Ilia iioi«trile mnl luouth ii torrents. Tom C'otxnat ii nt proaont lojonrniuf nt the White Sulphur SpriugH, V». Hi in riuily recognized bv a anviiae looking bull doc that company with him, ami pulla him arounil by a chain. Marrtniioa. WIOOINH-RIDDON8 to Reno. Aujmt 1(1, J. U. Wlggina to Charlotte Mlddona. 'Jentln. •Uacht., of M;; |gJ ^ K„mt_ ialkaf \i:\V TO-DAY. UNION SALOON DEBTORS! ALL I'AltTIKH 1IAV1NO MILLS OX Till bonka of the Union Maloou, Mala utraet, (Iota Itlll. are hereby notlltnt to call at Juitlr. Wright', office and ..tile Ihe eame forthwith : ■>lh*rwlK> thev will be tabjectetl lu Imjal trouble aud coat. ant lurk* NOTICE. T IIAVK TIIIH I»AV RECEIVED TIIK 1 Aaaeaament Roll of Tale. fr..in the Town Marehal. whlrh la aow open for In.peeilon al the office of the Board of Trj.teee. back ol Tellnw Jacket Engine hou.r. The Hoard ol i:.|»>llulUio will meet al eahl offlra oa the 17th lot ant. J B. MARSHALL, Town Clerk. Paid Hill. Aagaft«. int. ant li NOTICE. ()N ACCOUNT OK TUB DKATII OK MR M. It EINSTEIN', tha Here of the aadenlzned will be CLO8K0 for a few dajra. Ilae nolle* of reopening will be given. A. VAKNIIKItfl. Virginia, Nev., Auguat S, 1814. ant It R003 BROTHERS. NO MAMMOTH CAVE! NO BENEFACTOR8I ...BIT ... FROM AND AKTKR TIIIR DATK. JUNK I. In.I. wa are determined to kII FINE CLOTHING CHEAPER THAN ANT OTHER CLOTUINO HOUSE IN HOLD IIIL.I. OU VIKMIMA. THE FINEST CL0THIN8, Ttw NOIIBlRfT •TYLH.ttot Hi Ilka » flora audtb. MONTMJBSTAXTIALHAB KICtJ, f»r tho LKAHT MONEY, caa alwa/a Ik- ohtalMd of ROOS BROTHERS. ... AT TBI.... PALACE CLOTHING STORE, NO. 311 mil Til C MTBHRT. When Ton will alwar* find a full Mm of BITHINCIIH. DKEMM and IIAI.r DKBttN urn*, LIOI1T HPRINd OVKRCOATH.an aixIkM varlatjr of KINK Kt'KNlKIIIMJ UOODS. and a Iai*e awonmenl of all lb. mot drllratr ataplr* of TIKS, BOWH and MILK IIANDKKKCUIXPHi a|M. BOOTS and MIOKH of th. bnl inakff. toerthrr with HTIIAW aud PANAMA IIATM of th. llneat qnalltj. It KM KM BK11 TI1K FLACK! PALACE CLOTHING STORE, mo. 99 Soath C Street, ROOS brothers. IMTMMgW. MINEES' "UmON HAT,T~ GOLD HILL. EKAPPKARANCI IN THIS CITY OP TBI calabnttaa tad ferorlu Terapleton Star Alliance! MNNV TKJIPI.KTON, A LICK YANK, JOHN TBWP1,ETON, IMABKL VANE, aid HT A It COMPANY. Tuesday E>ral>( Aafiul 4, 1H74. The pcrformaace will romauar* with th« baaallftU comic dram* LOVE'S FOLLIES ! la wfclck Ua ntira cotnpany will appaar. Xu coacludv with SATAN IN COLD HILL I O.iaratUra bj Par Ttaplaloa aad Company. In lb* cuar» of lbs plaea, tirand Minstrel Scrne J Doable Hong and Dance I and a plitiiora op comicalities. POPULAH-PIUCK8. Front 8*ata $1 00 lUrk Heats 60 Front Mem# wared with no extra charge at Pott office New* Depot. JjM GO LID HILL LUMBER YARD, MAIN STREET, OOLD HILL, (Jail abora Iba Railroad Croaalnf). B. H. CARRICK * CO., PRorRiirrouH. NEVADA LUMUEH OK AM. KINDS, REDWOOD, OREGON AND SUGAR PINE" Mll.l. AND .HININU T1.HHKUH, FLUME ADD BOIIDIM - LUMBER KIT., KTC, A OOMPLETF. ASSOETMENI ... CLEAR AND DRESSED LUMBER, FLOORING, 8IDINC, RUSTIC AND OTIIEIt HTYI.KM OK Midlni, Moulding, Latli milKULU, DOOUM, SASH AND BLINDS, ETC, ALWAYlt UN HAND. EVRIIYTIIINO AT TI1K LOWEST GAM HATKs. Ul*r na a rail. n. II. CAKKK'K X («.. • |.vif I'nirlfitri. WASHOE LUMBER YARD. K MTKICKT, UKIUNIA, Dot«e*n Opblr aid Virginia Consolidated W'ka HAYNIE & CO., Praprlflart. CVINHTANTI.Y ON HAND. A LARGE ANI j wrllwIrrU'tl .fork of NEVADA LUMBER OF ALL KINDS Mll.l. AND MINING TIMIIItUM, BUILDINB, FLUME 4 FINISHING LUMBER, PIr* rr4 KHwm4 CflllBfi Orrion I'lur KlMr|l|. „ Kuailr hn» mm UlirvrnU Hamr PIm* Plain and Paaer Plrkflai rialn and Knar? I'lu and NfelRflfit NMjnc, Ulki MmMImii Blind* Ulmliwn, Tmnionii Kip. Agent* for UARVRY'8 PATENT IIINOI WINDOW LOCK8, unequalled for almpllcllj con»rnl*nc» and rheaptien*. All order* promptly MM. Jjrt If P A I N_T INC! H. M. JEWETT, MAIM HTKKKT, (10I.D llll.l., House, Sign and Carriage PAINTER, Graining,Paper Hanging,&o A HOOD MTOCK OP WALL PAPER IVNHTANTI.Y ON HAND J1 10-11 HAIR DRESSING ... A*».... SHAVING ESTABLISHMENT MAIN HTKKKT, ttOI.D llll.l., (Oppoalla (ha Jmtlca'a Oonrt), WM. fi. SUITE,:: Proprietor. AF!KHT CL.\8S tMTADLISDMRNT. AHD none but Inului artlata employed Bath*. Hot or Cold, AT ALL HOURS. Oallai<im«r»rllt. mrlllm WANTED. pvNK RKCOND-IIAND STEAM ENGINE Of twenty or thirty fcorM power, with or with out palllee, friction wbeele, tod any other holetlaf worka appurtenances. BYLVR8TKR n. DAT, Mecrctary Humboldt Cot) Company, jrlJIm Caraon, Nerada. " HOUSE FOR MALE. tAROK DWKLLINO- IIOl!SK, CON- ng lag nine rooaa. It le a new nalWlnf** and In eieellent condition, eltnated on the hill side oppoelte the Tellow Jacket worke. For particulars apply at the Grocery Store of RICHARD MERCER. lySMm Main Btraet, Oold Hill. THOS. FITCH, ATTORNEY—AT—LAW. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL TUB COURTS of thle SIMe. OPFICKi Black'! BalMlai, X, Z. Veraer ef C aadTATLOB m, VIM1RIA.I Jytl lae imrgiMWi. PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. JOHK PIPES PBOP1UTO* A. D BIIXINOS BUf* lbaifcr FIRST APPIARANCE . ..OF.... The Powerfnl Tragic Actreu, B MISS ANNETTE INCE! SUPPORTED BY A PULL STOCK COMPANY. TUESDAY ITMIXU. A I B. «. KM. SkerliUa KbowIm' Oral Pl»j of THE HUNCKBACK! JULIA MIttM ANNETTE INCE PUICES OP ADMISSION: DrtM Clici* ud Orcbutrm Ckilr* |1 00 PtrqutW M Private Boim I SO No ■»In rturg* fur rv«d Beati. tnl VIRGINIA MINERS' UNION FIOITIC! TPOO CLOSE AN APPLICATION TO WOUK ■ enervates th« body and Impairs tbe brain. Peeling that the health and rigor of both mind and budjr require an occasional relajatlon from lull, and. know lag that an etcurslon Into Ihc country, when we mar Indulge In harmlesi amusement*, will b« more conducive lo health than anything elae that could be offered to Ihi p.bllc, then-fore the VIRGINIA MIXERS' U\I0\ Announce that thejr will give a GRAND PICNIC BXCUR8I0N • •••TV TUB.... I BOWERS' MANSION, WA8HOE VALLEY, Saturday, August 8, 1874, Lover* of Nature cannot And In the Htati grander or more beautiful ecenrrjr than la to b# found In Wa*boe VaJ'ry, while lover* of the turiwlrhorean art will he able to < ha»«> the "giowlni: hour* with (lying feet,*' and tbo»c who wlah for athletic a(»orte will find them In endleaa variety. Com mitt era are and have been at work, and we feel proud In averting that everything will be what we with aud our frlcuda dealre. TIIK BKHT BANDS OK Ml'BIC IN THI 8TATC llare been engaged to cheer and delight tbe heart* of oar patrons. A GREAT NUMBER OF ENTERTAINMENTS Hare been prepared for tbe ocraaloa, principal among which may be mentioned: lat. Detail* of ten men from each company comprising tbe Necond Brigade Nevada state Mllltla leiceptlng tbe National Guard, wbo hate voted not to giil. confuting of tbe Mont gomery, Kmmet, HarsBeld and Washington Guards, who will hare a Mbooting Match lor a prlae of a One Hundred Dollar 0<ild Medal, tbe •booting lo be governed by military rules. M. A friendly match game of Haee Ball be tween picked nines of the O'tihangnessy and Clubs, for a splendid Rosewood Regula tion Oat. Id. Slow Race on Donkeys, for a parse; last donkey lu lo win tbe race and slakes. No mau to ride kls own animal. Bnlrles free to all. 4th. Archery Hbootlng for Ladles, the best shot to be presented with a splendid prlie. 5th Blindfold Wheelbarrow Race, by Ladles and Uentlemen, for a parse. (tb. Prlae Waltilng In tba Pavilion. 7th. Kicking Foot ball oa tbe green. Rib. Back Racine, Pitching <|uolls, etc. In a word, the amusements of the day will be limited alone by the capacity of tbe grounds and the endurance of oar gueeta. The strictest order will be preserved by the officers appelated for that purpose. Ample car accommodations will be provided, and trains, under tbe charge of eiperienced conductors, will be In walling at Virginia, Gold mil. Silver City and Carson, to take all who wlah to be oar gaests. THE DANCING PAVILION, In charge of moK. DAN LYONS, will be large enough In accommodate til who mar feel lerpelchorullj Inclined. RKFIIISHMKNT BOOTHS, Preelded omh .killed alnrn. will ho found J •I convenient lnler»el«, wblle ICC HATKU will he placed In barreli In til |>irU of the groimda. I 0 THE MANSION Will be Uirown opea. In glee *11a chance In I examine lie flue apartmente and »|>lendld and I coetljr work# of art contained therein. Krrrjthln* that Ingenuity, patient and en during care can euggeet or do, win be done fur the comfort and pleaaare jf our gnette. We, therefore, extend a cordial I irritation to all to come with n> and enjojr a dajr of pleaenre and recrcatlon. 1 TICKET* #4M | To be had of Ibe Committee. YOSEMITE CLUB ROOM, Jfo. 14 South C ilreet, Virginia. OPKN ALL NIOHTII BOTOX A BUKCi*. Proprietor!. aaS tf jikjek or hupkrior qcal for aale In qaaatltlw BIT GOODS, Kir. Important Announcement. BED-ROCK PRICES ....rot.... CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHLW * ....AID... FURNISHING GOODS! t is wrrn okxat rxorit that C. ABRAHAM, Merchant Tailor, NO. 23 NORTH O STRICT, VIRGINIA CITY, I■ form• kle caaloaera and the public that, owing lo the laire lncrr*»c- or bnalneee In bl» Had Frmocl»co boaae. which bow reqilrte all hla alMnlioa.be la compelled to cloea out bla butaaae lo Virginia. and ba therefor* offtra the pabUc a cbaoca lo obtain lUalr CISTOM'MADK CLOTHIM At more than U PKII CENT. l.KHS THAN I'HUAL. and at Bora than 50 I'KH CUNT. LKHH than all other boom In Vlrclnla. Ilavlnar already a *erj larva atock on hand In Han franc I ko, be will aell bla atock here at prlcaa which mu»t be an IXDKKMKNT TO PIRCUAHKRH, Itatbar than >hlp lb* (nod. back to H»n Frmn clfro. A rill U rr>|ii«l«l. wbrn til can ciam lue and judge for ibemxIrM U»l CLOTHING Cui baord.rad ilwlfn wbkb mini command • i|ulct dl>p< «al i>i Ibe (luck on haml. FlR\ISllI\(i GOODS AT SO I'M CKMT. HKLOW COST. tofk-ar out tbo balauce of itork. , Tb« following llal of price. will .bow tb« SACRIFICES DAILY MADE: I'iMBlack Hd Bias DmaItalia, »00; t'la. t'r.urh t'nwlntn Halts, |U| , f'lae rrrarh aad Kuclloh Dlnfoiul data aad Tnbi M*l >'In. »r*arh Rra««t Hark t'oala, Mot ria« frrnrli (hlnrhllla Nark C«U, MOt riaa CaMlrain Paul*. SI2| I »la. V.lvrl Vnli, SlUi I'aurjr Milk VnH, SIO; And all other good* In piopotllo.. G. ABRAHAM, 23 NORTH C HTRKKT, VIRUIMA, » ...,AKlf. .. IS and 33 Krrond si*., San Franrlwo. Jjll lm TIIE PIONEER DRY GOODS SCORES. Established in 1861! LATEST FASHIONS ....AT.... FRANKENHEinERW! FAMILY DRV «OOI»N .STORE ! QOLP HILL. J PUT KitiirkD, a mi.at:i Block of DRESS GOODS! Tht. Department I. rapkta wilt elagant, OOT.I aad .Mclal »tyle». and coa.tltatM tb< m»»»t com plot*) uurtatul «»cr offered In tbl. town. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS UirBilt'7, Scotch tad trtah Duut: Daauak Tabla cloth* ud Napklna To lull ud ToweUaf! Lloan ud Cotton Skaatlar* ud Sblrtlnct Bluketaud Oallta: Colored and Wblta Pluoala; Tabla ud PUao Cot art; Lata Cartaloa, Blc., «te., Etc At Greatly Seduced Prices) H08IKRY DEPARTMENT Ladlaa'. Cklldraa'a ud Oaata' Hoalarjr of at •laaa aad qaaUllaa. Oloraa, Ucaa. Kmbroldary la aata aad by tbi yard; Handkartklafa,ate., ate. Will Mil ai rkaaa far t'aab aa aai ■lara la lb* Dial* ! aal It H.rK*XKIXIIII»ll, EVERYBODY KNOWS Dry Goods Have Declined, •...■err.... TO REALIZE ITS TRUTH YOU MUST NIK AND PRICK B. CALLAND'S MMIKNMIi 8TOCK. £IVKRT BRANCH IN. TIIK I.INC OP I I STAPLE ud PANCT t)KV <»OODS la craannl with Iba CHOICEST NOVELTIES. RHlf aalf, Prrtmrt lmf Ladlra ^ aad aadr-atada Rr»aa»a far l.aaira aa C'klldraa, I'alarwaaraf all Iwfrlp. llaaa. WawiatNtyla af llala aad ■aaaafai Paraaala, Paaa, HaalarTi lam. Oao. Twa aad Tfcraa katifamj^HId OP ALL HIUDES AND DEBT MAKE. Aid KTfrflklic la l*r*»«rtl«a. »nj if San Franclscoo Clothing Store. BARNRRT * LOVE, IMPORTERS OP AND DEALERS IN CUE ■ ton ud read/ mad a CLOTHING, flBNTLIMRNfl FCBNMIIINO GOO DM, AND BOYS' CLOTHING. lalMl Mrlaa^^vT ^lal^i Traalia, Tallara Rraeaibar tba plaea-SOUTH C STREET, Vlrrlala, NaT., Iret door tea Ik of Buk of Otll fornla, }«M tf PHT8ICUXS. R, HILTON CHASE, M.D., HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ....An.... HUROEON, (Recently from Detroit, Michigan), OrriCE, So.«a ftaalhrNt., Yli*iafa, (op «talr»). PARTICULAR ATTKNTIOM PAID TO MBD A ,W and 0[ht*U». Kurxtr). Midwifery, Mid the dlM-aeca of women and children. SPECIALTIES. Maaal Catarrh. In all iu varied aad want brat, Threat aad Uai Trouble*, l onauinptloa. Iirr. ou* Al^tlni, Ma*all-aex, IMaeaaee af Ejre aad — Krarlet rem, Haaln, refer* af all klada, WWW er Ike M. ■•atlve aad Crl* ■arxOr*aa«, aadrhraalr traaklea MM hare KB4I8TED ALL OTI1KH TRKATStTT In all the abore cta**e* of dl**a*e »r. Chaee ha* met with rNPARALLKI.il> M'U'KkH. ...urln* HPEEOY ltKLIKf AND RADICAL OURS. IIOMBOPATIIY Now eland* rlndlrtted thronfh year* of rfcld and critical eiperlenc* u the aoer tfcrteeri t of nil thcorle* In modem medical practice. It It the "Illy •jritrm of medicine truly baeed apua Ihn lawe of nature IIOMBOPATIIY cam a'I curable <Uea>ei permanently, and thoee dl»ea»e* which hate Milled the power* and rteleted the ekIA of the beet practitioner* of the old medlaal eyelem fur year*, are forced to yield to the f*all* yet Arm and anre Influence of Homeopathy. IIOMBOPATIIY aim* ta eradicate die. entirely; to car* lore and «a*y, wit boat Weed Ing. hlUtrrlnc, canterUlef or dnurglng; to pro Ions life and lt**cn the number or alck day*. M'UUKKY. It Is one of the greatest triumphs of Ilomeo nathy to dls|x-ase with lb* o|»ratlon of ampu iatlon and mMN l» than twoi birds ot the cum. by itie radical car* of the diseased Krts, which the old ayateai ol prattle* would to rouslgned to th* knife. Fractures and serious wounds are healed In leas time and with lesa paid than under any other method of trraluieut, aad tba greatest triumphs In modem surgery have been aad are achieved by tba surgaons of ti>« Homeopathic school. QUALIFICATION*. DR. CIIAHE l> a graduate of the Medical College of Detroit. Michigan, and holds alao diplomas from two other medical colleges. lie practice* tba moat approved atyleaof treatment known In thl> country, and Is the medical acbo< I* of Berlin, Vienna and London. Ilia eery citenalva and successful experience In medicine and surgery warranla him In offerliu bla aervlcca to the afflicted of thla section with tba uimoat ronBrituca of belnf abla to fl*r perfect satisfaction. I'KOKKMMONAI. ET1QVRTTK» Dlt. CHAHR stai.dlng Is an attitude of blend I* regard and alrlct medical etiquette toward bla brethren of the medical profession, never atoope to speak III of the fraternity, eat stand ing upon the sound bottom of bla awn merit* and abilities, leavea the afflicted to )ndga lor themselves and chooaa whether uey will apply to him or not fur relief and cue. A IIVKHTIWl.su, till. CIIAHK Iwlleves In advertising aad not In that very doubtftil degree of modaaiy or pol Icy adopted by many of our moat at iltorfoaa medical men, wblcb Induce, ibeua I* earatally "bide lUalr light auder a bushel,™ waiting lor Ibelr good quallllea u> bedlacovared. II Is an Injustice buth to the really laltaied physician, and to Ihe afflicted in vital need of llie very srnlr«e be Is eo well able to render, aad which the advertised km wlUgs thereof waold bring to them relief. Honest ah.I honorable repre a*-illations In this wav are legitimate and Jnsl, and are so recognised by all sensible men oftlie present age of progreee. I >r Chase (Imply ■ •lis Ibe afflicted what he ran do, and proves hla truthfulness by doing It. Borne ol the veriest quacks and fossllUrtl humbngs In the regular medical profession care, fully conceal their actual Incapacliv behind au sssiimed professional dlgnliy They actually riAa to advertise.through an innate know Ink'* ol ibelr own Ipherent Incapacity and culpable venality. tiii: Arri.icrKi) Requiring Ihe assistance ol a thoroughly flrat ciass. experienced and succeesrul physician or surgeon, can call at Ibe offli a of DR. CHASE, Xo. M Noulb t' Nlnet, Virginia. JjrW W. W. FETTERMAN, M. D„ HOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND ELETRICIAN.. RADl'ATB OF TUB n A1INFMANN If«B% leal Q>ll<-ga of Philadelphia, ul thv clrlcal loaillute of Ittisburg, I'a. ELECTRICITY E (a RE AT DISCOVERIES! All Chraale Blaeaaaa Treated with l'a preeadaatad flareeea hi Its Tarlaaa .tfadliealloae of •Vagaefleai, (ialvaalaai aad Electricity. OHre—Ka. U Naalh (' Ik, Tlrglafia Office lloura-Krom 9 to 11 A. a . 1 lo I, and Itotr.a. jytf tm DR. A. BERTHIER, rilVNICIAN AND Hl'R'llltON. ITAVINll HCMIONBD 1118 TOHITION Aft II C..0I1IT Pfcraitlaa, ran now b* foand at hi* offlrr. No J Hprr'a Hulldtor. mrntr of II and Cnlon «trwi«. Virginia. llavli g lb* Conn If llmplMJ off his hand a. ha la low ahla lo gl»a all ol hi. lima locllr pallrnla.and will promptly rvapuad lo all ralla fhr mcdlral at Imdaara. jail If P. T. KIRBY, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUNQKON. Ofl« aal Uaaldrara. imwIh Dwwli'a Aaaar Mm, Mala Mircal, UOLD HILL. NEVADA. M. J. McCCTCllRON la nj aalboritrd Col lartof. mjtt If J. U. HALL, Ma Da, Physician and Snrfeon. OPKICR AND KMDlX('l-«fHali< Iks OMra, Mala HI., II«U Hill. >|>» If* DR. J. MANSON, riiyMicinn and Surgeon, (Lata of Omaa Vallar, Cal.) OrriCR-Ia ytmrm'ri llaaaa, (JaM Hill, aptl m CARPENTER AND BUILDER, A. K. POTTER, MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL, Corwr of Omnt Allajr, Jaat abort I'AH KICH'M I.I'MBRK YARD. I AM KULLY PREPARED TO CONTRACT I for all aliaa and at?laa of balldlara, from a (hlckrfl roop to a ftral-claaa charch, at tha moat rcMODibl* term*. All klndi of rarpratariag. Jobbing and ra pairing dona, wltb naataaaa and dlapatrb. Call at mj abop and aaa ma. laU Im A. K. POTT KB. W. I. uu»». HAI8T & LILIEN, Civil Engineers and Sur veyors. OPTIC M l VI ratal* Oald HUl-Orar (llbaaa'a lalaaa. jjlQU