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THE EVENING NEWS
WEDNESDAY. : : : JAXI ABY 2J. 1883 AS l'5i l»T ITSTBH. Perbap* no better illustration of lb* unjust working! of oar protect!™ tariff eould be given than the fact stated by Pixley in hia correspondence to the San Francisco Argonaut that Stanford and company bars paid eleven millions of dollars mora for ateel and iron thaa they would have paid it there bad bean ■o tariff on tbeea articles. As Ur. Pixley did not atata wbat qoantity of lb* iron and steel need by Stanford and oompany was of foreign production, it cannot b* abewa to wbat extent our go*, •rnment waa benefited by tba daty col lected on tkise article*. Bat if th* wbol* amount ussd by tba firm waa of boa* production, a fsw iron producers of Pennsylvania war* enriched eleven millions of dollars by tba government daty on iron, wbila tba government waa aot benefited one dollar. Stanford end comptoy, however, will not b« Iomm in the long ran because of the unjsst exaction o( eleven millions of dollars from them. The increased coet •t iroa and ititl caused by tbo protec tive tariff waa. of oourse, added to tbo ooat of their railroad*, and in making tbair freight and psssenger tariff prices war* filed enough higher, in coos* qnenee, tban they would otherwise hite been, to pay fair retnrna on tbo in creased coat of tbair railroads. It is the people who rids on tbo railroads and who consume goods tbst bate been transported by railroads who suffer by tbo operat'ona of the protective tariff. Tbo price of everything they eat, wear, and oee ia increased because of tbo in creased cost of the iron and ateei used by 8tsnford and company in construct ing their railroads, owing to ths protec tive tariff of ov government. And in the long run the people will pay not only the eleven millions of dollars advaneed by Stanford and company, which want in to ths pockets of a few iron producers bo osts* of the government tariff, but many time* eleven milliona of dollar*. Tbo** persons who do not givo this question nny thought, believe, that as the general government doe* not derivo its revenue from direct taxation, the poorer cla*M* •■cap* taxation for Ik* support of tb* government. Tb* truth of th* msttsr is, however, that tho poorer d***es pay five, yea, twenty time* mor* indire*tly f*r th* aupport of goverument under our preeent tariff eystem than thoy would pay if the government was supported by direct taxation. Tb* tariff i* for th* rich, and is maintained by the money and influence of th* rich to increase tbtir wealth at the expense of ths poor. Bat until ths tsriff question is more widely discuss* d and better underatood by the people than it is at preaent; and ao long as th* protectionists of tbs East can afford to maintain n powerful lobby in Congr*** to prevent any reduction in our nstional tariff schsdule, relief for the people can hardly bo expected. It therefore becomes the duty of *v*ry journalist who believes that our national tariff should bo gradually abolished to plsce the question befor* tbo p*opl* in it* proper light. _ Otcar Wilde and Joaquin Miller met in New York the other day, and Miller •aid: "I am glad to ae* you. K*w York ia a second Liverpool, but go to Boston and your heart will open out lik* a flower. Mr. Wilde, Ibero or* two placea in America to aee, on* ia the Esst and the other i* the Weal— Oregon and California, for their natural greatnea* and b*auty. But com* and din* with m*. I live on th* fifth story with no one above me but God—(after a mo ment's reflection) and tbo man who clean* tb* anow off my roof." Mr. Wilde simply replied: "Hike Americ*, and to ssy tbst is to say I liko New York." A great crowd aaaeiablrd in Cuautle, Mexico, about ten days ago to arc the balloon aaceneioo of 8eoorita Cataliua Gorgotia, a beautiful girl only aeventeen yeara old. There was do car attached to the balloon, only tba trapeze on wbicb lb* girl performed. Tba Walloon abot np ataid tba deafeaing cheers of tba crowd. Catalioa meanwhile waa seen clioging to tba trapexe and performing daring feata of agility. When tba bal loon waa tbree-qaertera of a mile bigb it auddenly buret and tba girl fell to tba ground, crashed and mangled to death. Labonchera ssye in the London Truth: "Tba Pjrieiaua have found oat haw to make falsa ryelaabee. I do not speak of tba Tolgar and will-known triak of darkeaiog the rim roand the eye with all kiude of dirty eompoaitiooa, or tba more artiatio plan of doing ao to tba in aide of the lid. No, they actually draw a tine oeedle, threaded with dark hair, through the akin of tba eyelid, forming long loapa. and after tba prooesa ia over (I am told it ia a painless one) a splendid dark triage veils the coquette'a eyes." Berlin advicca atata the Kccleaiaatical bill, to be presented in the Landtag, permits tha government to diipensa with tha oath of allegianoa from Biabope, re admits tba dispoascaaed Bishops to their beneflcaa, allowa foreign priests to se same ecclesiastical fanotiooa, and pro videa for tha raaumptioo of tha moo alary grants from the State, which ahall only veto appointmeata of prieata whan they appear to be unfitted lot their poata. ^ Tha Poatmaater at Wilmington, Ohio, writea to tha Poatofflca Departmeot that a child died at that placa from what waa auppceed at tha tima ta ba chickeo-pox. Tha faneral waa largely attended, and aa a ooaaequenee thara are over fifty oaaaa of viroleat smallpox in town. Dennla O'Donahue, a Cathalio pariah prieat of Brownsburg, Indiana, haa in stituted suit for $3000 fcmagaa agatnal fckbop Chatard of kia Mo awl lor eaa 4ing I bins froui his priaet^^piirf Joatoa»»a. ^ CHOICE ■UDISS. Ths 2ftrik American Rninc for Fabru try ii at band, ud, M nana), is • moat excellent number. In It Preleasor Qao. P. Fisher ot tba Yala Divinity School, wboaa writings on the aupernatural origin of Chrlatianity and on eoeleelaat ical biatory ara wall known, cornea to tba defenaa of tba Cbrialian religion againat tba attacks ot modern doubt and infidelity. Na abler or mora eminent advooaie af tba orthodox faith could bo enmmoned into tba controversy tbat bas lately been waged an tbia bigb theme, and it ia not to* mucb to aay tbat Pro feaaor Fisbar juatiiea ovary axpeetation by tba vigor and clearness with which ha handles tba subject. He dieclaima, however, the position of a debater, and makea a* direct reference to Colonel In geracU'e uaanlta, although ho neces sarily deals with the objections so bril liantly and andaciooaly prcaanted by tbat dongbty combatant. In dealing with tha facta and doctrinea of Chrlatianity, Profoaaot Fieber die playa much breadth of method. While be reaolutely maintaina the gennineneaa and credibility af tha mlraclea of the Saviour and the Divine character of tba goepel record, his argnssenta regarding the authenticity, anbatantial harmony, and eeaential truth as to facta of tba New Teetament scriptures, are eucb as wonld bo applied to any other contro verted writings. Other art idea in the February number ot tba itn-Uie ara: "Do the Spolle Be long to the Victor?" by Prealdent An drew D. White; "A Remedy for Rail way Aboaes," by Isaac L. Rice; "Re pudiation in Virginia," by Senator John W. Jobnaton; and "The Lancet and tba Law," by Henry Bergb. Onlteau, in tha apeech which he waa not permitted to deliver, saya he received "from an executive officer of the West ern Union Telegraph Company" a letter which contained tbia aentence: "I am an ardent admirer of youra, and ain» cerely true! tbat all will came well in tbe end." Tbia portion of Oniteau'a ad dreea waa read with eepecisl intereet by the offleers at the Westsrn Union Com pany in !few York, none of wham bad written to Onitean. They immediately erdered an inveetigetien and found tbat a young man in tba officrf at Broadway and Dey street had written on tbe com pany'a note paper aakiog Ouitean for his autograph, and had us^ tho expres sion Onitean quotea in order tbat be might be more likely to receive the cov eted eiguature. Tha olerk wae dis charged. An Arkaneaa man, a reputable and proiperoue farmer, eaya Ibal tba actual inconveaieare of being hanged ia vary alight. Bokhara aubjected him to tba prooeaa coca, and altar a alight choking aanaation ha became ineenaible, and ao remained nntil ha waa taken down and riauacitated. Tba regaining of con acioaaneaa, however, waa rather ua pleaaant. The Boa ton TVavtlUr aaya the men wbo aaeaeainated the laat Adminiatration,. ■ontha before ita laaeated bead waa ■ordered, unat not attempt to ateal the martyr'a crown and aat up in baaineaa aa the natural bain of the illaatriona Man of whoae brief executive career they are now written down beyond all qaeation and for all time aa the marplota. The Atlanta Constitution ia reaponiible for thia : It ia mighty fanny. The Star routere didn't like Garfield and ho waa aaaaaaiaated. They didn't like Mao Veagb, and he diaappeared. They didn't like Blaine, and he retired. They didn't like Jamta, and be bad to go. The truth ia, the Star roatera appear to bo a boey and powerful gang. The Baltimore Sun Almaaao of •even ly »ix pagea, for 1882, with oomplimenta of A. B .Abell Jt Co., pnbliahere and pro prietora of the Aiun, Baltimore, baa been received. Ae a biatory of the year, ita recorde of the eveata of 1881 will prove a valaabla compendium for ready refer ence, and a eoarce of accurate Informa tion. Probably the youngeat telegraph op erator in the coaotry ia a little boy, nine yrare old, named Beverly Dabney Ben aon, wboaa father ia tk* agent and op erator at Hanover Court-boat# Station, on tba Cbeaapaake and Oblo Railroad. He ia • akilled operator, and read* mca aagta from aeand aa readily aa Lie fatbrr aao. It waa uid by tboao who wilneaied tbe burning of the parlor oar Idlewildo tbat young Mr. Valentine waa pinioned by broken boama aa bo aat in bia cbair, but that bia brido waa freo to eacape. Aa long aa tboao oulaido could aeo tbo in terior of tbe blaxing ear aba waa aeen clinging to btr husband, and aba died with kin. Lefroy aaaaaainated Mr. Gold in Eng laud about tbo tine tbat Gaittiu aaaaa alnated Mr. Garfield hero. Englieb writrra are pointing out that Lefroy baa been triad, con?ioted, hanged and almoat forgotten, whilo the caae of GaiUau ia atill going on. Jtaao Jamta, tbo train robber, coolly offera that ho and bia band will agree to aign a bond for $150,000 to keep tbo peace, if the Go re mora of Miaaouri.Kan aaa, Arkanaaa, Illinoia, Kentucky and Tenneeaee will grant thaa pardon. A lot of (altera whieh Voltaire wrote tbo privato aecretary of tbe Empreaa Catherine wore recently diainterrod from tbo library of • Baaaian ooantry bonao, and will aoon bo pnbliahed. Tbo amount of ooin and currency in tho United Btatea Treasury ia about 941.000,000, according to tbe official aUteaout of expert! who bare juat fin* iahod oounting it Profoooor Huxley la to be invited to ill tho chair of Natural Hiatory in tko Cnireraity of Ediabirgh. Ik la worth $10,000 • ywr. TBI ASSASSIN'S TBI1L. Porter's Argument — Interruption! by the Ylrtnovi Anaiilo. Washington, January 24.—As soon u the Court opened, Judge Porter *u about to resume hi* ipeech' when the prisoner forestalled him, and oalled oat from the dock: "I deiire to My (baft some orsnk has signed my name to a letter that appeared in a paper this Morning. It waa withoit my authority and I repudiate it. I also want to say, in regard to a couple of cranks tkat I understand hare been arrested for bang ing around hero, that if they undertake to harm me they will be ahotdown;I want every one to understand this." Judge Porter, who hsd paused to per mit this preliminary announcement, be gan by saying that the prisoner, as isual, baa made the opening speech. Attsr thanking the Conrt and jury for their cooalderation yeaterdsy, wbioh bad made it possible fer him to appear before them today, Judge Porter said: This whole defense has been a abame and im posture, an imposture wbish waa aup posed to have gained a atrength of cre dence from reiteration. The troth as serted by this defense is thst troth whleb is uttered with effrontery, enforced by persistency, and reduplicated by reitera tion. This is the truth which they ss sert in eppoeition to that truth which you are to asoertain and deolare. In my remsrks yesterdsy I showed you bow the prisoner has belled by his sets his profsssion; bow be hss belied by bis sets the charaeter given him by his counsel. I showed you tbst he had been a liar, swindler and mnrderer at heart from the beginning; that this man has grown worae every year of bis life. A shsrp eelloquy between counsel en sued, when Judge Porter removed the objection by banding bis authority to the Judge, aaylng: "It will anawer every purpose of mine, Your Honor, if you should have occasion to rnls npon the point." Returning to the crime and its com miaaioD, Judge Porter aaid: "Who killed Garfield?" Guiteau—The doctori. Porter—Tbe doctor*? Qaiteaa—Yti, the Lord let them do it to confirm my act. Porter—Secretary Blaine wai respon aible. Ooiteao—I aay morally reeponaibls. Porter—Mr. Blaine eaved hia life on that night before the mnrder, aimply by hie preaenee with him aa tbey walked together. He might have Raved bia life on that fatal 2d of July bnt for tbe fact that the murderer etole up from behind. Then Blaine la morally reeponaible for not preventing tbe crimo. The priaoner confessed that lira. Garfleld'a prMenoe with her husband on a former occaaien bad prevented him from ahooting. lie w*a asked if Mrs. Garfield bad been leaoiog on hia arm, initead of Blaine, upon tbe fatal morning, would yon have abot bim, and be anawsred "No." Then Mra. Garfield ia reeponilble for ber hue band'a death, acoording to the fallaclea of tbia wretched, fallaolona defenae. lie frrring to an oratorical flight of the eounael for the defenae when he pointed to tbe Preaident'a widow at her daily prayer*, praying lot the acquittal of the priaoner In the nam* of jnatic*, Judge Porter in burning language showed np tbe profanity and ineoneieteney of aucb aaaertiona, and rebutted the aaaumptien of a man who bad never exchanged • word with Mra. Garfield in preanming to credit her with aucb monatroua aenti taenta. Continuing, Judge Parter aaid: Who alee ia reeponeible? John H. Noyea, la he reaponaible? Ho killed Garfield; John H. Noyea, from whom tbe priaoner atole bia leoturea? Guiteau—That ia falae. I rely on my own braina (or my prodnctiona. That father whom, 'then eighteen year* ago, ha atrnck waa reaponaible; that father whom ha never oan forgive and with whom he had nat apoken for the laat fifteen yeara of hia honored life. The mother, whom he aearoely aver re membera waa guilty, became ihe had an attaok of eryeipelaa aome waeke be fore be waa born and bad cut off her hair, thereby tranamitting to bim con genital inaanity. Hia drunken, disao luta nncle, who, however, did not be come inaane until after the priaoner waa born, waa reaponaible for tba killing of Garfield. Uncle Francia waa responsi ble because, disappointed in lovo, be killed the buaband of tba woman be loved, and long afterward became de mented. Hia couain Abbia ia reaponai ble beesaie, from a traveling meomsrist, sbe became an inmate of an inaane aay lum. Sbe made tbia murderer inaane. Guiteau—Tbcre'a enough to kill your cm* by yoar own (bowing. The Chicago Convention killed Gar field by nominating him. The doctor* killed him. Hi* nomination and *leo tioo were two acta of Ood, and tb* pria* oner would bare ua believe tb* Deity, wbo had tbna twice confirmed hia cboioe, found it nec**aary to correct bla labors by appointing tbia wretched awindler, hypocrite, tbia ayphilitio moaatroaity, to murder the Preaident, wboa* nomin ation and election ho had confirmed. The deliberate .murderer alta there (pointing at Guileau). Said be to tb* jury: "Th* junior counael baa aaid that yon ara kinga, im plying thereby that you may override the law and evidenoe In graeping an al moat intangibl* donbt and ignoring the ■olid atrnctnre of tb* evidence of gniU. Yon ara not kinga, and tba man wbo told you ao ia the only man In fifty all liona who could or would recommend Guiteau for an offloe." Judge Porter, after receu, dealt with Guitean'a cunning and duplicity. Re ferring to Guitean'a pioaa burata, he aaid with deliberate empbaaia: "I do not bellev* that in all thia aaaemblag* tbere ia ona aoal that cSntemplate* with auch abjfet terror tb* poeaibllity of facing hia Maker aa dots tbia brazen murderer." Guiteau, with the ferocity of a wild tenet, fairly yelled: "That'* a aianable lie, and you knew it, P*rt*r, and you ar* an infernal aeoundrel. I hope God Almighty will aend foryonaoon; both you and Corkhill. Such a miaerable, stinking whine aa that ia. Without noticing th* outbreak, Porter continued: The firat queetion far tba jury ia—Wee th* priaoner inaane on July 2d? If not, the caae ia ended. Second—If he waa inaana, wu it to • degree that be did not know that murder waa morally and legally wrong. If not, the jury waa by oath bound to oonviet hia. Third—If it wu In utter diaregard of bia confeaaion under oath tba jury found that ha actually, honeatly believed that God commanded him to kill the Preaident, and that ha wu under a do tation, unlaaa tb* jury find aioh dela tion diaablad blm from knowing that auch act waa morally and legally wrong, they muat convict. If auoh a deluaion did exiat, and waa cauied by Inaaiity, then and tbere only, they mnit aoqolt. Ha baa aworn that he waa able to control bia will. Fifth—If ho waa partly in aane throigh hi* own depravity and ma lignity, they muat oonviet. Sixth—If th* jury b*li*v* h* wu partly or wholly inaaao, bat knew hia aot wu legallyor ■orally wroif, they muat oeavict. The jury mnst not override reaeon and law, and let murder, rapt and arson r«n rial through the land. Murder hu been In tha world aioca tha first bora at woman alaw tha aeoend born, and God, knowing man's natare, inaeribed on tablee of atona, "Thou shalt nat kill." Human Ufa to Gnitfan la of am all value. Llfa, aaid ha in ana of tboaa lattara of hia, ia a fnll draam, ato. "Whoio eheddeth man'a blood bj man aball his blood ba abed," aaya the goapal, and againat thla wa have tha goepel of Guitaau. Yon ara to jndga wkatbsr the goapal of oar Makir or tba goepel of this murderer ahall prevail. Reviewing tha claim of tha defenas to hereditary Inaanity, Jndga Porter said lira. Soovillo dared not aay bar father waa inaane. Hia family pbyeloian, who waa with him till death, would have known It, and yet not one dare kiaa tha Holy Book and make oath to anoh a etatement. This defence la a feleehood, and part of an impoatnre and ahame that wrap* about tba oua. One inci dent Judge Porter tamed againat tba de fense with tailing effect, and this wss tha raiaing by tha murderer of an ax againat kla own aistsr, which she, in her honeaty of aoul, Imagined an indisatlon of inaanity, bat which, in reality, waa bat in keeping with the cowardly attack from behind npon bia infirm father, and with the deTillah depravity which col mlnated in hia murdering tha Preeident. Thla raising of the ax ia the only evi dence which hia aiater recalls through her forty yeara of knowledge of her brother. Galteau twieted nneaeily and, with aome nervousnesa and healtation of apeecb, ceiled oat: "The proaeoation ere making a good deal oat of nothing. They are jaat neing tba evidence alto* getber different from what SooviUe in tended. He never ought to hava aaid anything about it. It ahowe how little aenee the Seoville'e have got." The witneaa who exhibited his bank book to the jury to show them thst he had $3000 on depoait at home, waa very roughly handled by the apeaker, aa waa Dr. North, and their credibility waa abown to be more than dnbioua. At 3:16 Jadge Porter, not having con cluded hia argument,the court adjearnod until tomorrow. Edward Kicbardaon ol Miaaiaaippi ia the largest cotton raiaer in the world, tha Khediro of Egypt coming aecond. Mr. Hichardaon owoa aoma 52,000 aoree of ootton laLd, from which ha raiaad laat year more than 13,000 balaa. Ha glne, apina and wearea il, and baa oil milla aa wall. Mr. Blcbardaon baa amaaaed a fortune varionaly eatimatad at (ran $10, 000,000 to $20,000,000. "Ara yon aatbetlo ?" ha aakad Mlaa California at Mra. Noabconnt'a tba otbar evening. "No," aaid aba, "I don't know that I an, bnt ainoa I had tha ebickan-pox ma tbinka I ra got oon aamption awfully I" II ia eatimatad thai 378,101 paraona ara employed in coal minea in Qreat Britain, working it gallariea extended over at ieaet 58,744 mllea. Tba greateet depth of the coal minea ia eatimatad at 3800 feet. Donglaa Jarrold aaid: "The nglleat of tradea hare their momenta of pleaanre. Now, if 1 were a gravediggtr, or even a hangman, there are aoma paopla I ootid work for with t good deal of enjoy* matt." aomi. In Dayton, January 13, to the wifo of Paul Lothrop, a aon. In Dayton, January 33, to tha wife of A. Frledline, a aou. MARRIED. Ia Reno, January 23, Jehn Bart to lira. Shlrkey. DIED. In Beno, January 33, David McFarland, aged 49 yeara. NEW TODAY. PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, VIRGINIA CITY. THREE NICHT8 ONLY, -COMfMCXNO — Tueidij Evening, January 24, 1883. TBS WORLD.FAMOUS L I N CARDS ! 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NBTADA. mni proprietor or the vntoimA I PODNDRY, having pure baaed tba Reno Foaadry, and ooneolldaled It with iba former, will hereafter atyla tha worka tha Beno Toaadrj and Machine Work*. Tbla eeUbllthment la now prepared to do a laoeral Foundry buelaeaa, Including eyery da ecriptlon of Caallafa la Iran and Braaa, Fardwi ■■d Macklae Wark. At lower priaaa than can be obtained el tew hare. Drawing! and aatlmataa fnmlahad when ra quired. By atrlot attention to trailneee, aad with a thorough knowledff* of the work required, the proprietor bopea to merit the confidence of the bade, aad raepectfolly eollcltathe patronage of mill and mlnln« man. de» ANDRBW PRAHKR, Pra*r, ROLLER SKATING PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, VIRGINIA' I Kit Ml m< • »• 11 a'elMk. NEW 8KATK8 ! NIW FLOOR I AdmlMloo Twenty-Are Oenta Ladlee Freo Hkatoe Twenty-Ore Onli W«ekJy Ticket Two Dollara PT Net Traniftrable Beaeon Ticket good for Day or Krenln*. now lm JOB! l'IPKR, Proprietor. 8CHOOL DANCE. rpBI SENIOR CLAM OF TBI GOLD HILL -I- High School will give a ^ SOCIAL ^ —AT— MINERS' UNION HALLOOLD HILL, -o*— Friday Irenlif, January ¥!• 1881. TICKETS (admitting gentleman end ladlee), SI tr Dancing from g Mil M. *%« FASHION SALOON. S. I. TURNEY, PROP'R. Mala Street, .... Gold Hill, • • Oppoelte the Kiwi office. rpHia OLD-BBTABUSBBD AMD POPULAR A reeort la atlll the favorite. Comfort and aport oorotined. The petrona of Ike hooae will alwaya tad tke beat braada of ■BANDY, WHISKY* ALB, POBTBK, LAGBI, W1NBS OV ALL KIND*, TOBACCO, CIOABA. BTU. | TWO FINE RiyjARD TABLES.. WANTED, OltNDBRS FOB TWMTT (*» OB MOBB * tone of I SCRAP IRON, ». 0. B. the Virginia tad Tmckee Bata*d. I Appi/to Lawia oEALvna. noUtf Hlw Boon win. CkUlomU. HOLIDAY GOODS! A LABGE ASSORTMENT IN THE LINE 07 TINE READY-MADE CLOTHING AND Gent's Furnishing Goods JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE BY BAHKEB BEOTHEES, Corner 0 and fajlor Btrecti, Virginia CUj, Verada. ** VIGORIT POWDER; EXPERIENCE AID USE NAVE PROVED FOR THE VKORIT POWDER I Vint—That it la aafer for tranaportlng and handling than any other Nitro-glyeerine Powder mid*. Sjoond-That with an eaual exploelve power it la very free from hortfol fumee. Third—That It la mnch leae affected by being froten. Fourth—That it oan be tightly tamped without riak of exploelon. THE RISKS OF ACCIDENT WILL BE VERY 8REATLY LESSENED, If not altogether overcome, by a general nee of thla Powder in the Minea. THE VIOOBIT POWDER COMPANY manufacture on the moat approved eeientiflo principle* Thbke Oiudu or Powou, known aa Noa. 1, 9 and 8 reepectively, deeigned for the different olaaeee of bleating, and warranted to be anperior to any Powder in nee. The prloee for Vlgorit will be the eame aa are aaked for the corn* eponding gradee of Oiant and Hercnlee. ay Beat quality of Fnee, and Single, Double and Triple Foroe Capa sold at low eet ratea. IT/" Send for Pamphlet ahowing methoda of teeting the different qualltiea of all Powdere, their relative atrength, aafety, etc. No oompariaon baaed upon aclentlilo inquiry or actual uee ie feared. CALIFORNIA VIGORIT POWDER COMPANY, ENGLISH & WEIGHT, Agents, jj20tf 317 riae Street, Ban rraaelaeo, Cal. MISCELLANEOUS. 6R0CEBY STORE I ' RICHARD MERCKR, MAIN STRUT. GOLD HILL. FAMILY & FANCY GR0CERIB8 NOW ON HAND AND FOR IAL3 CHEAP FOB 0A8U. A Ltrm AJtortmeot ol GROCERIES AND PHOVIlflONB direct from U>« OaJlfornUMir keU, comprUlng lu p.rt TEAS, SDOARB, COFFEE, BPIOEB CAN FBUIT, DRIED FRUIT, SYBUP8. OYSTERS, BIOS FLOUR. CANDLES. BUTTER. Provisions of All Kinds. THE BEIT OF wiNES AND LIOUORS AT WHOLESALI AND RETAIL. VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. fWOoodM Dcllrercd FN* of Chug* I in BICgABP MnCP. F. W. FOLSOM, (BneoMtor to Bobiaaoa k FoUom.) Wholml* tad R.U1I DmIu la LFBOTISIORB, Etc. SOLI AOXRT IN OOLD HILL FOR KHB. MILLS' CHAMPAGNE BAKING POWDER, IJ1HE BUT IN THB MARKET — ONLY raqoliM h4ir th. qouUtr of ujr other kind. ^LL PARTUS IH3KBTID TO THB LATH flm of ROBINSON A POLSOM «re reqneated to CALL AND SETTLE IJIHKIR A0C0CNT8 WITHOUT DKLAT and nrs rotU. 4 THE em BAKIB1, RESTAURANT. Oonftetlonepj and Candy Depot, Ne. vlT North C Rimit TIritahM fxmna an klkoant assortment o» v HOUDAT GOODS. Ton, Oaadleo, Ora*. menta (Or Table, Ornamental, Proated and PUIn Oakea of all kloda, dMerlptlooi and d» alrna, and at prloaa to salt ererybod y. m wo Import all ou cooda direct from thl Kaat, wo aaa offer them at.pricao the aamo ao charged la Now lork. and at looo than Hop Pranclaoo rates. f" Otaamaata tor Oakao a specialty. DT"Ico Oream and Sttawborriee and Cream. Alao Strawberrlee by tho box, at wbolaoalo or null. fWOut oandiea aro maaafactared by our. aamo fraah ovary day, and are far an par lor to Imported sand lea. FITZMBIHR * ABMBRUHT, Propria tore city Bakery. No, IT North 0 atreet, Virginia. Nevada. Itli GOLD HILL BAKERY RESTAURANT SLAIN ITRICT— GOLD HILL, Opposite the Icllpee Llrary SUblos, J. r. IIOKIB. Proprietor TJTBE8B BBEAD, FIXfl. OAKXS, AND HOt ' Boll* erary day, da 11 Tared at the real daceeo of ouitomere. Plea and Oakaa at redaood prloaa. aaoorted Oakaa made to abort Botlote The Rertwaat Deportment la the toast la the Make. All klada of Game, Poaltry sad Fresh Flak aad alee Oyetore reoelred tad a erred bp dally. — PRESENT BILLS. A LL PSBSONI HAVING CLAIMS AG AIH8T A Storey County are requested to preeect them to the County (S«rk, at hla olloa, on or before the FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH, Or they cannot be proeaoted to the Ooonty Commlaalooera for thotr aotloa until the fol. lowlac month, J. A. MAHAHNT. Ooonty Clark. Virginia, November 10,1*1. <0 ■IBCKLLAIKOUB. CrN m RAIL WAV THE Chicago & North-Western RAILWAY la Um OLDKtTI BEST CONSTRUCTED I BUT XQDIPPXOI ud bsnce lb* LEADING RAILWAY -OP TDK — WIST AMD NORTH WIST t It to Um BHOKT. BURI ud 8AFK ROUTS COUNCIL*BLUFF8, — AND — CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE And *11 potato JCA8T, inek u NtaltM Fall*. New Yerk-Pbllaielekla, Bmini WukluMi Baliwere, Pllteberah, Maatreal, Tereaie, ItMnttt C'laTalaad. Al Ooonell Blast tbe Tralne of tbe Cblcaco A Nortb-WMMra and tbe U. P. B'yi depart from, irrtT* at and uae the Mat joint Union Depot. At Cbleaco, eloee connections in mad* with tba Lake Shore, Mlcbl«an Oaotral. Baltimore k Ohio, Pt. Wajne and I'ennijlTsnto, and Chi. ea«o * Grand Trunk B'ya, and Um Kankakee and Pan Handle Kootea. Pmllui Palis* Dnvia|RooaCui Are ran on all thronst tralna of tbla road. It la Ik* OILY BOAD between COUNCIL BLUFFS AND CHICAGO Upon wblcb to ran tbe celebrated Pullman Hotel Dining Gars Inatot upon Ticket A(ento celling yoo Tickets ▼to tbla road. Eiaoilna your Ticket*, and rrftue to buy If they do not read over the Obteafo k North Western Hall war. If you «toh the Beet Traveling Acoommod*. tloaa ton will bor yoor Tlckato be tkto Hosts (STAND WILL TAIL* NUNS OTHER. All ticket Agent* aell Tickets by tbla Line, BIAKV1N HUGHITTi mh» MV.P.* Oea'l Kanfr, Chicago. V. N. HALL & CO., 1M Main Street, Bold Hill, WHOLMALl AMD RKTAIL VMALKMM In . r'« H A R DWAR E or BVSBT DMOBimOV. Sheet Iron, Copper and Tin Work Of *11 kind* d0M to ordw M tb«H nolle*. IW TOOLS A ^PBCIALTY. C, V. CRANE, PURCHASING ACBNT, btakllaked In 18T1. PKR80R8 RHIDINQ 4WAY FROM Ul Franelfco, In want of wj wtlate of MEROHANDItE. Omi or until, cu bm tMr ortmllM prvnptij, ud MII by iddftatlDS (bi i promptly, »nd *»'th«^T»rjr Pr'c**1 0. W. CRAM, tU Pint Boom »,ud 10 — wa «t. —nfranctoeo. OU. lyl» If STARTLING DISCOVERYI LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. i A TkUm of yootWnl impradtao* erasing VMnatan D«oqr, Vtntm ifitflttj, Lotf Mux hood, «to, bnvtaf trial la Vila rrtry kaMM NB*drrte«dlMOT«ndt«lBptoMlfaBn>vtiiek U will tni rsiB to hU uSom Id. i. B. una, U OmUua K.