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v o THE DRY GOODS TRADE DEFIED. WEDNESDAY JIXY Sti. W81 MORNING APPEAL. V 1 JOBS BBOWH. . .a There can be no controversy upon mat ters of fact connected with the tragic affair f Harper's Ferry. A the law of the com monwealth of Virginia stood at the time John Brown was I a J transgressor. " Had Washington been captnred whi e conduct ing bis campaigns against the British, he might have been bnng for thb part he took in the Revolutionary War. A c'aim that Gnitean, Wi kes Booth and J-hn Brown ' were men of the same mon'd is simply preposterous.-. Within the past year a statue lias been erected to John Brown. It was unveiled amid imposing ceremonies and generally recognized as a jnst fnbnte of respect to a great and h'-nest man. Gni tean is every where accorded to be a cow ardly, aneaking, despicable wretch. He had no great cause to espouse, bnt simply . at tempted a life to gin a notoriety which, while infamous, mas more congeni lto his morbid 'ove of being written and talked about than to perish in obscurity a com mon dead beat. Brown was always recog nized b one whose simple word was as good as any man's bible oth; a man of rare honesty and conscience. No statue wilt be erected to Booth or Gnitean, their names will go down to posterity despised and execrated. The Chronicle sjieiks of tlie slaves which Brown rescued as being the property of people who had acquired title by riiiht of purchase. What sort of title to the slaves did the men have who at the dead of night "made raids into peaceful towns" in Africa to take fathers from their children ? If John Brown brought on the civil war he is to be th-nked for having made America a decent country to live in. Of his personal character Gov. Wise of Virginia sad; "He was the most daribg and coolest man I ever saw, and the sin cerest I won d trust his truth about any question." Wendell Phillips in a speech quoted this endorsement of Governor Wise and added: Sincerity, courage, resolute daring, beating in a heart that feared God, and closed a 1 to help bis brother to liberty Virginia has nothing for these qualitie but a Bcaffold. The Supreme Court of Wisconsin has just decided in a suit growing out of wheat speculation that a contract for the sal and delivery of grain or anything else at a future day is valid if the parties to it really intend to deliver and receive the commodity, but not if the purchaser is morel v to reeeive or pay the difference be tween the contract and the market price In other words a legitimate bus ness transaction will be recognized and guarded by the Courts; a pnre'y speculative one will be treated as a spejies, of gambling, which it really is. In the excitement fell -wing the attempt upon President Garfield s life there shout nothing be doce or said to connect in the - pnb io mind, any one bat Gui teau with the defd, except upon the clear est proof. F.lse impressions made at such a time wi 1 remain long, and perhaps per manently, to the g eat "niury of innocent persons. The course of the New Y- rk 7H hunt, in wbioh paper the factional fight in the Republican party is continua'ly men tioned in connection with the geat crime Mr. Conk ing's name being made prom inentis simply diabolical. Pittsburg Appeal. aaaa.aaaaBnnBBBntMoww"na-asaso I The pub'ioat on of the recent Irish cen bus . supplies some interesting s atistios, During the last ten years the population of the Emerald Is'e hus decreased to the extent f more than a quarter of a million This decrease bas taken place in twenty- nine of the thirty two counties. Dub in, Antrim and Kerry have held their own. It is quoted as a significant fact that the decrease is due to the emigration of Irish men in moderately fair circumstances. - Frank Hnrd, of Ohio, pays this tribute to President Garfield. "I stumped my Dune against mm last year, out 1 never once said 329' or Credit Mobiier. James A. Garfie d may have been misled and de ceived in the matter, but from my knowl 3 -M it. T m i . . . ugu ut ue AMD l leei tnat ne was never guilty of a dishonest or ungenerous im- Rich men who are anxious to do some thing for a Presidents wife may profitably remember Mrs. Lincoln, whose husband was killed and who has since been let verv severely alone by moat of the people who fawned upon and burned inoense to the great war President. Here is a nut for the superstitions ones wbo considered it a bad omen that Presi .Grfie,d WM inaugurated on a Friday When beggars die there are no eometa The heavens themselves blare forth the death of princes." Julim Cottar, Act II scene. ...... The Salt Lake Trilmn says: The sor rows which oome in the course of nature sen ar nerved to bear; bat it is cruel, in deedwhen worthless mas, wits a eight dollar weapos, can hurt to the quick tltj The AstoDisliment it ' the lighfmng when Jjax Defied it was Nothing as Compared to the Prices with M. COHET, or he OBienm cue price det goods store. Who offers his entire New Stock which has arrived within the last five days at the following prices : 14 yards A No. 1 bleached muslin . $1 00 12 yards dress goods 8 varda latest stvle larsre nlaid 4 yards all linen tablecloth. . 2 dozen all linen napkins 7 yards genuine mummy ; 5 yards latest fancy satin 6 yards Lonsdale cambric 6 Turkish towels . . .". 1 0 yards cheviot 50 ladies' summer cloaks and dolmas at 50 cents on the dollar . 8 pair ladies' French xib hpse, colored... . 1 00 Ulsters, all linen.!.. '. . ' Ladies' corsets, white and colored Ladies hoop skirts Ladies summer skirts 500 Japan parasols, each 800 ladies' straw hats, each Bordered lawn, all shades, per vard Black satin, good quality, per yard And all other goods in proportion, any price to give us a chance to enlarge our store by Fall. REMEMBER THE PLACE! ORIGINAL ONE PRICE DI1Y GOODS STORE JeJstf HEW ADVERTISEMENT. OPERA HOUSE SALOON. rMso" HAS BEK BEFIT r Eft la the BmIoI Style, and UmM WITH CHOICE WINES, L QU0RS AND CIGARS. Cold Steer Constantly en Drang-nt and Hot Irisnen at All Honrs. . D. W, A.VEKY. Proprietor. SHERIFFS SALE. By virtue of an execotion to me directed, Isonea out of the Boa. econd Judicial Distriot Court ia and for Ormsby county, State of Nevada, on Judgment rendered therein on the thirteenth day of June, A. D 1881, in favor of Nevada Bank of Ban Francisco, a corporation, and against A. D. Treadway, for the sum of $9,816 50 100, with inter- eat in the sum of $6 10-1, together ith theanm of $10 85-HM costs of suit and accrning coats, now In the urn of $2 25, together with all accruing ooaU I have levied upon and seized, and will expose at public sale, at the Court House door, in Carson City, Ormsby county, on the rilltfc Day mt As;ast, A. J. 1881, Between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p M. to-wit: At one o'clock p. k. alt the right. title. Interest and claim of the said A. D. Tread way, of, in and to the following described pro perty, situate and being in the county of Orma on ana state or Nevada, to-wit: Beginning at the section stone common to section seven (7), eignt (g), seventeen (17) and eighteen 18), town hip fifteen (is), north range twenty (20) east. Mount Diablo base and meridian, according to the united States land surveys in the State of Nevada, and running thence north twenty () chains, thence weet twenty (Su) chains, thence south twelve (12) chains and eighty-four links, inence east nve units, thence south one and half degree west twenty-five chains and thirty unas mi ua north line of the road known as and called Treadway's lane: thence north 88K decrees east along the north line of said Treadway's lane eieven nunared and seventy.ix (UM)feef. thence nortn twenty-one minutes east five hundred and twenty-seven (527) feet, thence north 89 degree, and 79 minutes west eighty-nine (W) feet, thence north 31 seconds east six hundred and fifty (8-Vt) iccit, mence soutn kv aegrees and 79 minutes east two hundred aadthlrty-fonr M) feet tothesec Uon line between sections. seventeen and eighteen, thence north thirty-one feet to the place of beglaaing; said premise are situated lu th. 2I&PjIS!by' '? tht 8ute of Nevada. The hfrtl?hMa? re! ProPOy will be sold to the equivalent, i ; ... ; , ; ,tt. . . i -W eineham . 1 00 1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ......... . . . ...... .... 1 00 50 50 o(J 25 25 12 75 as this stock muct be closed a A GOLMJ OrFdOTUiTY 1 SLAUGHTER M DRV GOODS ALFRED LILIEIIFIELD, Having Come to the Conclusion to RETIRE FROD BDSIHESS, Will SeU Hta ENTIRE STOCK -AT CUL EARLY knu INSPECT 603DS AND COMPARE PRICES ALFRED ULIENFIELO, County Ouildlngs. fuh ltf . VIEIQA & D0HQE0, JONIORIAL PARLORS. 8Bvias IHnrann.tii. mmA XUtm J i .w. higstyUofthVartT Jefltf WAjn-.A rvAvm in a famil t me. 'TOJLETr vmm with rots FOR THE BEST, AND : ; i-. 1 a: v. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Kto. ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE! FRANK BOSKOWITZ, Ccunty Building, Carson City, Nevada. o GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. TO THE PUBLIC. NOTEWARE W HAVE DECEIVED BY DIsHSC IH porlation m Large Auortment of Ckrtmos, Heliotypes, Photographs, Copies of locient and Sodcrn Paintings frtm the iUlias f Vienna, Dresden and Berlin. Atao Break fariiicnlat,(pure and frea from oil from the famuua firm vi Piizold & Auiui.rn, urcsa.n. AlHO F nu-flv' ttlnnp, from the original house Johann Maria Farina, tetabliahed ia 1709. Also sample lots of Potrades. Face Powders, Dolls, Toys, Note and Memorandum books, etc. The Latest Novelties in Sheet Sfanle. I offer these roods at wholesale or retail at resooable rate , only rrquiring- email p.ottis on my inveimenw, A. F. HEXTsTHELL. At the n'w store. King street, three doors from Main strett, Carson City S. U.A Square Grand Pi no for sale at a sacrifice. Julys UUSIC TE1CHOG J. TAKE A FEW sl'IIWLABS IX Iimtrnmental MimIc nnrinr ilu Rammer on tino or oiiran. Orders kit a Fax's hock ntura er sent throuxh the Peetuffioe will rc ce rompt attention SUMMONS. -B-H I inHioiai niKtriot. nf the State of Nevada, In n.l for the onnty of Ormsby. Action brought in tha rtiatrlor Hnui-t nf ihpHpcond JudiclHl Dis trict of the Htate of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby. and the 10m plaint filed in said office of the lerk of said Platrict Court. Alick Pollard, Plaintiff, VR. John P Pollard, Defendant. The Rtflte of Nevada sends ereetinr to John P. Pollard, defendant: You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named piainun in tue uisirici ran w mo Second Judicial Dim ri. toft he State of Nevada, in and for the ounty of Ormsby. and to answer the complaint filed therein (a copy of which accom panies this summons) within ten days (exclusive nf the dav of service) after the serviceon you of this summons if served within this county; or if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenly days, otherwise within forty days -or judgment by default will be taken against vou. The said action Is brouent 10 recover a hidtrment and obtain a decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the above named piainun upon theeiounds: First That vou have failed, neg lected and lefusod, for the space of more than one ye rlastpa8t, to provide for said plaintiff the common necessaries or lire, when sucn ratiure and neglect was not the result of poverty, which you could not have avoided by ordinary indus try Second That you have contracted since marriage the habit of habitual, gross drunken- ness, which incapacitates yon from contributing vour shre toward the support of this plaii ipori oi mis planum. Plaintiff aim seeks to obtain a decree givit in a decree givin custody and control of your minor Child, Lewis Pollard, and judgment for costs. And you are hereby notified that if vou fail to appear and an swer the Raid complaint as above required, the plalntio will apply to said court lor me renei ue manded in hercomplaint herein now on file in the office of the Clerk of said Court. , , Given under my hand, and the seal or j seal. J the District court of the Hecond Judi 1 ' cial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the county of Ormsby. this 15th day of June, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one. jeUtf RINCKLE MARKET, feBWKR OABBUH AND FB OCTOBJoTB fjnrM)a.aTnaa . inmerton TiDMtu. itoortetors. BEBF, MVTTwB, LAMB, POSH. CHOICE CITTB, BIB BOABTB. BIBaVOIV CHOPS, BvorTtlifsur tnnt la Chose i I Tender I In the Mmt lino NOTICE. X BT. BBHV BSOB. -OF TBTB KAOLE 1 m Buhst. will now all claims aralnst prior July 1, 11, ud all perm h oMed aptotbot I Oats are rrsaeted to settle wkb Mas hnisdla ely. - I LATEST STYLES 115 ' ..... . 1 :- - .Ktc Ktc. ewsiieiees & mwxm. PICTURE FFAMES A SPECIALTY. "lONSTAXTLT OX HAND A I.AKOB A NdBTHEHTOV Jawelrjr, 8pef aelem. tve Glasses), KaTeltlra, Taiik e VotiOBA. Tailet ap, PerfametT riuroBaos, ktalloaery. CM'buol and Blank Boaksw Kevdlcs and 1 brst4V Fire-arson sad Ammunition. FlakinftT Tstklr, ArtlsU MatrarUl. On4il Gooda, h mt-rlcnu, Mugvr, Ko Home-, f nwn an 'I Automats Jewlur Haenlnea, Sew Wheeler and Wilson So sk Pianos and Organs at the Lowest Rates. Pheet and 1 liusie I anushed at bhort Aotws. Will give special attention to the delivery of pane aao peruxuoais. oncx oiuiami. oi poena ron V n.sv. City. ada. kAU HARRIS BROS. TO THE FRONT. Dry Goods Below Far NO AUCTION TRASH Cashmeres and Silks, CLOAttS TO !TEtEKTBUDT. A RPEM ASDOILCMTB LADIES AKB CUILDBEITB Htat. Oar Stock la Gnturanteed to ana new. Ro Woods Carried oa aJi the Floods. A roll Line of eitvCEBIES. U4COKS,. CKOCKBSIK. OKMTH FVRSUniHtBoV HAKOWABK. .ETC. We resnetfullv invite erarvh wiv ta sad iai afct prioes before Durvhaaisr elKvtura. H.l&R! 1 BKOiw' NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 1 1 tub bt.t vrt of - I I eeeoDd i JtaiatJ District of the Mat of Km i& for the Ctu t y of Onus Jsm mh Hie Creditoia. Nrtk to Crediwra of Inaatom rn soant to an order i t lb Hon. 8. P King fades sf Mn said District L'oort 1" and for t'lmsby ouuotr, aoties it hereby rivea to all the creditors of tb sa d lnsniewji, Joseph Irvine, to be and appear before I be said Judgeta oprn Court, at the Coun-ruom of Mid Court, in tanrnn City, in the said Bounty of Ormsby, r oi urmsby. oa U tXt-TtTU 1181. at 10 o'elork larf k.l.. tka and Uiere o show cause, if any tiey ran. ittik i rsyer i f saw insolveat sfeoa d not be granted, and an aasi-nnirDt of bis estate be aaade, an be be dUharrso irvm us umnm aao amouiues. M pannsac of tbe I w sucn esse mmam aoa Dnmaed. and In Uia n proosediags agaiast sa d Insolvent b. Mind. Witness to bead sad the seal of aaia Oanrt. sUssaa (sbal day of Jane, A. P. UU, j once -ova L D. BATCH. CUrk. Tift; STONE LODGING II0U2E. Roomsi Rented bj the Nfehtj, Week or Month. sio Wkit-.- -......-.Kt-: WWr.Sherlfl: bujwobi oi people. . J. n. sHIUHOfl, MISS MATT1B WIIXIAMSOS, - ? esgfT. MM i . rlrir.'- SW. Jynu i . ,iiv! (;;:io '- Wy taw essss - 4 ' . i I. it', .. ;.". .!