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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
FRIItAl, FKRRUAKY 19.
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W. R. WILSON. Pioche
DOCTOR C. fSIIUL/.E....Ruby liill
W. K. (1RIFFIN.Palisade
A. M. HORNS ...........Austin
T. STARR.-. Hamilton
MYRON ANOKL.Jto. 4UH Californiantreat,
Room 15, if Sole Afentror the Eureka Daily
SratTiaM. in San Francisco. Persons in that
•ity having business with this office are re
quested to communicate with him
AlsF. CHART* Is authorised to receive sub
scriptions for the Skutinki, and collect for
the same in this town. All persons in Eu
reka owing for subscriptions will make
payment to him.
IXDEPE* REXT CRITICISM.
If, according to the dictum of the
Enterprise, a newspaper which dares
to criticise Republican measures must
of necessity be rabidly Democratic,
then is Helper's Weekly open to the
charge. We extract the following
from the Weekly of February 6th:
“The significance of the Autumn
elections is perfectly well understood.
It was not ‘ business depression,’ it
was Republican disgust and dissatis
faction with Republican mismanage
ment, and nothing is plainer than
that the continnanoe of that misman
agement will totally destroy the par
ty. Is there any change T Is them
any prospect of change T Mr. Howe
and Mr. Logan say that they will go
down with the ship. Yes; but it is
one thing for a sailor to sink with
his ship in a storm upon a lee shore,
and quite another to go down is still
water with a ship that he has scuttled.
Have the proceedings in Louisiana
been of a kind to restore confidence
to doubting Republicans, or is it held
that doubting Republicans are to be
summarily shot as Democrats in
disguise T” In an other place it says
that liberty and justice “are mortal
ly wounded by a thick and thin sup
port as Republican partisans of u hat
we condemn as citizens and men.’’
■When a newspaper has become so
completely partisan that it is incapa
ble of freely commenting on the oc
currences of the day, without al
ways remembering that it belongs ex
clusively to one side and must scrape
and bow before its masters, Its opin
ions carry very little weight. Har
per's Weekly, if it is strongly Repub
i- llenn, does not belong to this short
sighted class.
M - ■* - - -
STATE PRISON INVESTIGATION.
s It will have been noted that a joint
' committee of both Houses is conduct
ing an investigation into the affairs of
the State Prison. It has been charged
that P. C. Hyinan, the Warden, is
guilty of misappropriation of funds,
and of undue intimacy with Mollie
Forshay, and that the Board of Prison
Commissioners is charged witli neglect
of duty in the matter. Our readers
will remember a rumor that was cur
rent nearly t.vo years ago concerning
the second charge against the Warden.
•We also heard, early last Fall, faint
whispers of a deficiency in the ex
pense department. Having as yet no
evidence, we know nothing of the
merits of any of the charges, and we
sincerely trust thnt all parties whose
conduct is to be Inquired into may es
tablish beyond peradventnre an un
sullied record. We also trust that the
investigation may be thorough, and
that if guilt be established against any
official, bis punishment may follow so
swiftly and severely as to deter any
office-holder In the future from filling
bis own pockets and soiling the fair
feme of our State. And for Heaven’s
sake don’t let us have any more bills
fbr the relief of bondsmen.
Explanation.—John Young Brown,
of Kentucky, did not call ■ General
Butler an “outlaw,” the other day in
the House of Representatives, as stat
ed by the Enterprise. Mr. Brown im
plied—asserted, if you will—that Gen
eral Butler was “outlawed, in his own
borne, from respectable society,” and
everybody, except the Enterprise, un
derstood'what he meant. Mr. Brown,
probably, knew that General Butler’s
character for profligacy and corrup
tion, alike in private and public life, is
each as to preclude his admission into
“respectable sooiety" among his con
stituents, the staid, morality-loving
people of Lowell.
We regret that in Wednesday’s issue
•otne squibs, upon the course of Gov
ernor Bradley in vetoiug the Mineral
Hill bill, found their way without our
knowledge into our local columns.
While we always propose to com
ment freely upon the publio record of
all officials, and to express our approval
or disapproval without fear or favgr,
we also purpose to avoid anything
that may savor of personal insult, es
pecially to a person for whom, as !u
this instance, we entertain feelings of
respect and friendship.
Thb Reveille tints notices the death
of au old resident of Austin:
Henry Barver, for many years a
resident ot tills city, and formerly a
member of the City Council, died at
Modesto, Cal., a few days since. For
a year or more Mr. Sarver was ailing,
and a short time since lie went to Cali
fornia, hoping that his health might
be improved Uy the change. But it
was not so to be; Death came, and
there was none to stay his hand. Mr.
Barver was a member of Austin
Ledge, No. 1) I. o. O. F., of tills
city, and regarded by all who know
him as ft pure-minded and honorable
man.
i
FROM CARHOP.
FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.
Carson, Feb. 16.
Business was not rushing, like a
mill-tail, in the Senate to-day. A re
cess of an hour and a half was taken
and all the Senators adjourned over to
the Assembly to hear the argument on
the passage of the Kureka and Elko
boundary veto bill of last seesion. Mr.
Wren, of Eureka, took the floor and
made an able, clear and conclusive ar
gument, based on sound reasoning and
legal right, in favor of tbo bill, anti
urged its passage with such good rea
soning and unanswerable argument
as to its justness that the bill passed by
36 to 13 and is now a law, in spite of
the objections of the Governor, or any
body else. Speaker pro fem. Beck, of
Washoe, also made an extensive and
able speech in support of the hill.
Charley C. Wallace, the affable As
sistant Sergeat at-Arms of the Senate,
who is known as a quiet and very ob
serving gentleman, but some on the
argument, worked like a Trojan at the
seigeofTroy in support of the bill, and
is entitled to a liberal share of the
honor due the Eureka delegation for
this triumph overktbe Governor—of
Elko.
Yet Another.
As was expected, and in order to
play his consistent hand out, the Act
ing Governor to-day vetoed Senator
Stevenson's little bill constructing a
railroad from the coal mines near Day
ton, Lyon county, to Virginia City.
The Senate received the message with
due solemnity and a clearly apparent
eagerness to get at it. The Senate ad
journed without taking up the mes
sage.
After the Stale Prison.
Senator.Cassidy lias introduced a
resolution compelling the State Prison
Warden to make to the Board of Com
missioners a monthly return of the
amount of labor performed, material
on hand, etc. Mr. Piper also intro
duced a bill making the Lieutenant
Governor ex-offloio State Prison War
den, with an annual salary oi $-3,000,
payable monthly.
Prlsou Investigation.
No witnesses have yet been exam
ined for the defense. The evidence as
to the insufficiency of food to the pris
oners is almost conclusive. Some of
the witnesses so testifying are dis
charged prison guards. No official
charges have been made of any de
ficiency in tlie boot and shoe manufac
tory department, but an estimated dif
ference to the extent of about $ti,000
exists.
Another Gambling Bill.
To Lyon and Storey counties is the
Senate indebted for its moral bills and
views. Senators Davenport and Stev
enson are the virtuous and abstemious
members alluded to. Senator Daven
port is in favor of harmless gambling,
such as “ pedro, for the beer;” and i>
inclined to slyly wink at the existence
of other necessary evils, but is opposed
to any business-like gaining—faro,
chuck-a-lnck, the national game of
draw-poker, a quiet game of keno.
etc.; while Senator Stevenson is op
posed to drinking,gambling and every
thing else, on general principles. Be
cause he does not choose to participate
in such gilded pleasures, he does not
wish anybody else to be allowed the
privilege—which is a poor argument in
this progressive day of enlightened
views and freedom of thought, speed
and action.
After the tlrglmn ay reus.
Senator Piper's bill regulating sy
rens and gambling houses in the Vir
gin City, passed the Senate to day. It
amends the charter of that city, so as
to empower the Board of Aldermen to
coniine the houses ot ill-shame within
ft rescribed limits—huddled up like a
ol of cuttle. Also, authorize* the
Board to levy a city tax on gambling
houses, as on all other licensed trades
and professions, on the grounds that
the gambling houses receive equal pro
tection from the police and city gov
ernment, and should be made to con
tribute equally for itssupport. Under
the present law, gambling houses only
pay a State license, while all other li
censed occupations pay State, county
and city licenses.
The Weather
Has chopped on us, and we are now
having a beautiful snow storm.
Scanland.
HOW THE St'ASDAI. TRIAL IA
REPORTED FOR THE CIREAT
DAILIES.
The New York correspondent of
tlie Boston Olobe writes: “ 'J’he great
trial, of course, continues to engross
the public inind and to give the
newspapers as much as they can well
take care of. The press is represented
probably by more reporters than
ever gathered within the walls of a
court-room before. An actual count
litunliered on a recent morning six
ty-three members of the press, not to
apeak of many others who might
have passed unrecognized, and the
substitutes who kept up the relays
with which the newspapers have to
work. One of the evening papers,
for Instance, has its managing man at
the trial on hand for the first five or
Um minutes after the opening at 11
o’clock. After taking that quantity of
stenographic notes lie gives way to a
second short-hand writer, who “takes”
for half an hour. By the end of this
time the first named has his notes
written out and the second starts
with this copy and his own notes for
the otHoe of New York, where he
feeds the press with his own matter
as last as lie can write it out in con
tinuation. No. 1 then takes the desk
again for another five or ten minutes,
and is succeeded by a third, who
takes notes for about twenty min
utes; and so tho work goes on to
the time that the New York evening
pa| ers have to stop short on tho
work. The coup d'etat of Mr. Hhanks,
city editor of the Tribune, bv which
he secured for his paper a full ver
batim report, is the best piece of gen
eralship in recent Journalism, l’re
vions to the trial he wal ed on the
oouukel on both sides, and suggest
ing that they must, of course, em
ploy stenographers for the records of
the examination, offered to guaran
tee tlmt in ease these stenographers
should be placed at his service, the
Tribune would print each word ut
tered in the case on tlie next tfforfling.
In this way the Tribune nets tlie full
report, while tlie lawyers pet tlie re
sults they desire in much better shape
than they could otherwise possibly
have had them. The Tribune has been
in so great demand in consequent* of
its enterprise that it is almost impos
sible to find it on any news stand at
any reasonable hour in the morning.’’
- » . ■■■ —«•♦• — ■
The Enterprise tells the following
on Johnny Grimes:
Johnny Grimes, in the early days a
resident of this city, but now of Bel
mont, was here a day or two since. He
was just up from the “Bay.” While
in ’Frisco he went a-fishing one day.
Arrived at the fishing ground, rod in
hand and spectacles on nose, he plod
ded about for a time at a loss to know
just where to cast his hook. (Seeing a
bov seated a la Turk on the top of a
spile, Mr. Grimes, looking benevolent
ly over tlie top of his glasses, thus ad
dressed the youth before him: “Sonny,
where can I catch some fish?” “ in
tlie water, yer blarsted old eel-bobber!”
irreverently drawled the bad child.
Patsey Mauley Recaptured.—
We learn, by a private dispatch from
Pioclie, that Patsey Marley No, 2, the
stage robber who escaped from the
Lincoln county jail a few days ago,
was recaptured on Wednesday last by
Sheriff Fife. Patsey declares that he
will never goto Carson; but he and
Sheriff Fife differ a little upon that
point.
Homographic Chart.—The Carson
Appeal of the 16th instant contains
a homographic chart of the State
officers anti members of the Legis
lature. .
FROM CARSON.
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE SENTINEL.
NEVADA I. Eli IS I, AT l' R E.
Carson, Feb. 18.
SENATE.
Cassidy’s Reapportionment bill has
passed the Senate. It gives Eureka
county two Senators and four Assem
blymen.
ASSEM BLY.
In the House the bill attaching
Churchill county tr Lyon passed.
EASTERN DISPATCHES.
By Overland Telegraph.
[special to the daily sentinel.
Capital of Wntnn Virginia.
Wheeling, Feb. 17.
Governor Jacobs will neither veto
nor sign the bill removing the Capital
to Wheeling, but will allow it to be
come a law without his signature.
West Virginia's New Senator.
Chicago, Feb. 17.
Allen T. Caperton, the new United
States Senator from West Virginia, is
a resident of Union, Monroe county,
is a Democrat of the old Whig antece
dents, and was a member o! the Con
federate Senate during the war. Gen
tlemeu in this city who know him say
be is a very strong and able man.
Southern Paeillc Itallroa l.
Washington, Feb. 1(1.
Senators HagerandSiewr.i t, as a sub
committee of the Senate Committee on
Railroads, met Senator Sargent and ihe
California members of the House of
Representatives to-day, to exchange
views and harinoni/.e if possible on
tlie bill authorizing a change in the
route of the Southern Pacific Rail
road.
Kednetlon of Fare—Seized for Duty.
Nnw York, Fell. 17.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
to-day reduced the fare trom here to
Chicago and Cincinnati to $10 25; to
st. Louis, $21 25.
Jules Solomon, of San Francisco,
whose trunk was seized on Saturday
on the arrival ot the steamer Pierre,
says that the dutiable goods contained
therein were intended tor certain
wealthy San Franciscans unnamed.
Among the articles were three gold
watches, six dozen gloves, diamonds,
studs, bracelets, earrings, numerous
s.jarfs, scarf-pins, hair-fronts, three
bed lace jackets, one sii|>erb India
shawl, 13 gentlemens’ coats, and chil
drens’ cloaks and drosses.
Importation of Chinese Women —
Butler's Postal Telegraph Bill.
VVashinoton. Fel>. 17.
The House Committee on Foreign
Affairs to-day agreed to repirt tile bill
supplementary to the acts In relation
to immigration, which seeks to pre
vent the importation of women from
China, Japan, or any Oriental coun
try, for Immoral purposes, the viola
tion of the law to be visited with severe
penalties.
Butler’s Postal Telegraph bill was
reported, When a point of order was
raised by Willard, and supported by
Uartield and Randall, that it should
receive first consideration in the Com
mittee of the Whole. The Speaker
overruled the piint and liutler pro
ceeded to explain and advocate the bill,
lie attacked the Associated Press and
Western Union Telegraph Company
as monopolies that sought to control
the news business of tile country.
Pierce, of Massachusetts, asked his
colleague if it was intended that sec
tion 7, fixing penalties for divulging
telegraphic intelligence, should lie re
troactive, so as to punish persons who
hud Intercepted and divulged dispatch
es sent to and from Washington, say a
year ago. There was some laughter,
as Butler replied in the negative.
Merriam, of New Y'ork, said the bill
embodied the most monstrous propo
sition presented to the House for
many a day. He thought its title
should he changed to a bill to enable a
rival telegraph company to partake of
the profits of the Western Union Tele
graph without rendering any service
therefor. He sent to the Clerk’s desk
and had read a long communication
from President l>rlou, of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, criticising
the details of the bill and denouncing
it as a stock jobbing movement.
Butler moved the previous question,
which the House refused to second by
89 to 77, not a two-thirds atlirmative
' °mter, of New York, characterized
the bill as most astounding. The tele
graph lines were not the property of
the United States; they were neither
built nor subsidized by the Govcttb
rnent, nor even by authority of the
Government; yet," it was proposed that
the Government should take posses
sion of private property, manage it,
and fix prices- *pon it.
E. H. Roberts defended the Asso
ciated Press.
Finck denounced the hill, saying it
rewd like h military order.
Without disposing of the hill, but
leaving it to come tip to-morrow as un
finished business, the House ad
journed.
The Senatorial Election In West
Virginia anil the Removal of the
Capital -The Senatorial Election
In Minnesota.
Chicago, Feb. 18.
The election of Caperton as Senator
from West Virginia, yesterday, is said
to be the result of a compromise be
tween the friends and opponents of the
capital removal, the southern and east
ern portion of the State being concili
ated for the removal of tiie capital to
Wheeling by giving them the Senator
ship.
In the Minnesota Legislature yester
day, Coehren (Hein.) increased his
total vote by two Independent Kepub
liean, who, it is said, were won over by
a letter from Coehren defining his po
litical faith, which was read in joint
convention, and in which, while favor
ing the resumption of specie payments
as soon as | racticahie and taritl tor
l revenue only, lie avows himself a
strong nationalist.
The Whisky Tax.
Washington, Feb. 18.
The House went into Committee of
of tlie Whole on the Hevenua bill. The
tirst vote was on Southard's amend
ment, as amended by Cox, the amend
ment being to stiiko out the tirst sec
tion relating to tlie whisky tax. It
was rejected—yeas 04, nays '.Hi. Uan
dall then moved to amend the tirst
section bv making the tax on w hisky
ninety cents instead of one dollar, which
was lost by 00 to 88.
The Bcaeher Trial.
Ni-.w Yohk, Feb. 18.
I In the Iieecher trial this morning.
Tilton was again called to the stand
and questioned by Shearman relative
to his sending off Mrs. Tilton’s things
to her after shy went to (Kington's.
He testified to having told Kate Mc
Donald, an old servant in his house,
to send several trunks if his wile's
things to her alter she had left. Wit
ness was show n and recognized sev
eial photographs of Drs. .Morrs, Tay
lor and Leavitt, and Horace Greeley,
but could not sa.v he gave them to hi«
wile. "These portraits of Dr. Stnrrs,"
says witness, "she did not find in the
closet that I know of; they are fresh
and clean, and may have been bought
in Fulton street for all I know.” Wit
ness told Kate McDonald that Mrs.
Tilton could have anything in the
house she w ished by sending for it.
Tillon vacated the stand anil George
Bell, a member of Plymouth Church,
was sworn. He testified to being at
Assistant Pastor Holiday's when Til
ton called there and they all talked
about tlie so called scandal.
FOREIGN NEWS.
Lonpon, Feb. 17.
Tlie captain and thirteen of the crew
of the ship Sydney Baric*, from Nui
Francisco for Liverpool, which wa*
abandoned otl' the Skellii; Islands,arc
missing. The remainder of the slop's
company have arrived at Vulentia.
IiOXPO.N, Feb IS.
The Bank of England rate was fixed
to-day at 'S'/Z i>er cent.
A Berlin dispatch says Bismarck
takes a vacation for six months, at the
request ol the Emperor.
PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES
FROM CALIFORNIA.
Human Remain* Fonnil — Mate
(•range - Teiuperanee Reform
Party - *1 ineel ianenun.
San Fkancisco, Feb. IN.
Last evening two boys brought to
the morgue the mutllutud remains ot
a human scalp, and flesh of the face,
which they luund in a pile of rubbish
in a vacant lot on the corner of Sixth
and Townsend streets. They probably
came from some dissecting room.
The Temperance itetorm party held
n mum inceung iasi nigiii, winch was
well attended. Prof. 1C. M. Carr, Hon.
VV. 1C. Swell and others addressed the
meeting. At the close, resolutions
were adopted embodying the views of
Hie meeting on the subject ot temper
ance, education, and general reform.
Tlie Convention ot Grangers was in
session yesteaiay, with good attend
anee, and tlie by-laws of tlie new ly
formed business association were dis
cussed. To day the members will
continue their deliberations, and prob
ably adjourn.
'•’lie trial of Eckstein will be contin
ued to-day in the Municipal Court.
The investigation by tint Finance
Committee or tlie Hoard of Supervisors
into the attairs of tlie Tax Collector’s
office began yesterday, and will con
tinue to-day. Thus far tlie examina
tion shows nothing further than might
lie attributed to haste and consequent
carelessness in making entries.
Tlie case of Wm. Hiven. on a charge
of assault with a deadly weapon on
1 nil. O Noil, v\ ho ab(lU(!t(*d hindmii/li
tor, comes off to-day in the Police
Court.
Mister* of Charity Arrive,1-Mexl.
rau l.auii Commission Julia,!
Mlues.
, Sa!4 Uikoo, Feb. 17.
llie steamer Arizona, from Panama,
touched here to-day. Among the pas
sengers were 4.1 Misters of Charity, ex
pelled from Colima and Guadalajara
on route to San Francisco. ’
The Mexican hand Commissioners
to settle land difficulties on the borders
ot bower California, also arrived. The
officers of the Arizona report consider
able trouble and turbulence along the
lower coast. A religious war Is im
minent. _ ,,
Advices from the Julian mines re
port everything prosperous and uhecr
Los Anokles, Feb. 17.
The sale of the Ceniinela i.and Com
pany is progressing favorably! bidding
is spirited and will he continued to
morrow, and then postponed until
April. , ,
'flie report that the engineers of the
Southern Pacific Railroad have found
a pass through the Cajon mountains,
750 feet lower than Cwn Pass, is not
credited. It Is believed tor her it dodge
to insure the prospects of the Los An
geles and Independence Railroad.
BORN. _
~In ({old Hill, Fob. 15, to the wife ol J»».
Littleton, a daughter.
In (iold llill. Feb. b>, to the who of V.
Thomas, n son.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
-AT
0. DlXkEL & CO’S STORE,
Corner of Main and Clark Streets.
Enroka. Nevada.
\\r E KESPECTFPLLY CALL THE AT
YY tention of the ladies and gentasf tur®»
ku und vicinity to our
New and Fashionable Stock
—OF—
Dry Goods, Goats’ and Boys’
Clothing, Hosiery, Etc.
We are now. a mV will bo, receiving daily
from San E ranciaet idl novel tie* in our line.
\\ e earnestly invite everybody to
Call and Examine Our Stock
Before purchasing »l*e*abere. It will not coit \
anythin* to inspect ourgood*.
myiP-tf «J. Iri'.NKKL A CO.
J
L. W. rdomett. x. J.
MAUPIN & CROMER
Wholesale and Kotail Deader* in
HARDWARE,
ILL AND MINING GOODS. GAf
PIPES, STEAM ANI) GAS EITTINGS.
IIoipm- I llrlii.lilllK
STOVES, TIN AND COPI'EK WALK. POW.
DEL AND H >K. \\ 1NDLASSLOPE
OE ALL SIZES, ETC.
We are nine pri'parnl to I'm anti FT I
Van l*i|>e.
RILL & FURYICE RORh
Donee •‘hurt notice.
The be» qiinlJty of
Steel, and also Stone Coal.
Constantly on liana.
A No. Munutacturerd of
Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware.
Particular attention paid to al) work in our
lino, and guaranteed to give period *ati*iao
tion in every particular.
ALFO, SOLE AUENJ8 FOR
CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS
FOR EUREKA.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
POWDER
Coni*l»»tly on hmul.
HERCULES 1 OWDKK, FUSE AND CAPS ! j
We would respectfully solicit the attention
of companion and numm to the ad* antit^cs
we cun offer.
•JHaySHf M A UP IN Si CROMER.
GKO. A. TKIBBI.K. A. O. tUIKTSMUkV.
TRIMBLE & SNETSINGER
wiiolksalk A!«n kktail dkalkrh m
GROOBniE S,
Provisions,
Fresh Vegetables,
Fruits, Nuts, Butter,
Eggs, Miners’ Supplies
—AND—
General Merchandise
URKSII FltllITS RECEIVED DA1M
X direct from Colonia Orchard*.
Remember tho place: Woodruff A Enror’*
old atund. Mum utroot. Eureka. iyld
J. B.LANCSTROFF,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
•'Mt ®**r lu Internnileaial Hotel,
MAIN STREET, EUREKA,
Keeps always ox__
hand a largo axxnrntmcnt
»i till! tmuM l aMiucrnu, lirondclotli*, I leave,'?
wl,il;1! be >• prepared to
muke up it, the latert tuehion and nt
PRICES THAT WILL SUIT THETIMES.
_ lebe-tf
l. Eureka. .. sinos, San Franclucu.
LKVIN a SIMON,
IHI’ORTKIM AHO DCALK88 I],
CIGARS,TOBACCO,STATIONERY
CONFECTIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS,
ETC., ETC.
Miaia Ktreet, Eureka, Nevada.
Ill
DAVID LUNI)HO M
assayek.
OlUce: Hnln wired, upiHmlo n,«, pj0.
ueep Kontauraiit.
#W'Accurate nasuys guaranteed.
A \?iAi!v‘ Advance from my for
XX M LR very low rate, will be charged in
re«Se.iWbir“i‘Uim b" kB"‘ “
w ia “dsr
M1SCELI. A NKO U,\
CHOICE HOLIDAY GOOBS»
AT GEO. THACHER& CO’S,*
DRY MONOFOIE,
PRIVATE CUVIEE.
GREEN SEAL,
CHAS. HEIDSIECK,
and CALIPORNiA
CHAMPAGNES !
Chateau La Rose,
Chateau D’Aff'riquc
and Choice Table
CLAR ET S !
Sauterne and Hock Wines,
Old Harmony Sherry,
London Dock Port,
Scheidam and Old Tom Gin, Irish
and Scotch Whiskies, St.
Cx., Jamaica and
N. 3Z3. RUM !
English Porter and Ale,
“ Sauces and Pickles,
“ Jams and Pre
serves,
Bngliah Cheese and Sausage !
English Cocoa and Chocolate!
N|iuiMVIIm anil llnwluu 4 M«,ar;
—AUW>—
A FIX* ASSOKTM ENT OF CHOICE
Bar and Table Classwars *
For Sale By
d‘J0-i.«tf GKO. TIIACIIKK A CO. i
Pictures! Pictnrjs!! Pbotomiros:!:
GO TO Til E WELL KNOW*
City ThotograpU Gallery
^n South Main *troet, Eureka, for tba bet
and
MOST LIFELIKE PICTURES
A new stylo of idcturo has just boon intrt
duccd bjr
LOI IN HOI.II O. Tltt ArtUf.
Where a brilliant ard glo»*y polish is impar*
od tt the picture, aut<«*rior to tho
di*< aided vulgar enamel.
ALL KINDS OK IMl'll KES are dona «>
in superior style and with tho latest iin|*iera
moot* ol tho art.
Urge Pnrlor Hit* I Picture* sail tin
He at lalll Ml Hum Penrl
Are taken in this (Sallory ciual to any in tb
State or at tho Hay.
All negative* taken in thi* t Jallery are cars
fully retouched and kei t lor futurn order*.
2-otv4 Lot'is Monaco. an«
New Grocery Store'
J. D. GALBRAITH
Has opened a new establish
ni nt in Dick Hyland** Building, on tb
Corner of Buel and Clark Sts.
N hero ho will keep constantly on ha nth
choice assortment of
GROCERIES AND PROVISION
CAN and SIIKI.K OU''IIS, and cr«T>lliiK
Ix'rluiiiinir In a hr.t-ilun NAUlh’lY AV
V Ut.it bl.Y sTuhh.
I*rlrr» Hpnaoiinbl* A Mrlcllj « nal
_ 1< l.-tf__
CARD.
rPIIE t*NI>KKSIUN£l> HAVE BOUGH J
1 out and lca»cd
THE LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT, 1
In tho Eureka Hotel building, anil »•
Open the Same Thursday Mo. nin?
February 111h. 1*7*‘>.
Our friend* and the public of Eureka
cordially invited io give •»* m call, and tl*'
may re*t a mu red thur our hill id I are will r*j
be excelled by any otbvr place, and genii*
*uli*iaclion given.
BR’K A SANDKV
Eureka, February Utl*. 1#7». IcH'-tnil
Nevada Market,
JOHNWILLFORT - • PROPRIETl
Month Jin In Rirffl, Kuroko. Si'*.
Adjoiping the Neruda >lut.lon.
WllOl-ESAl.K * KKTAII. «
TT Uuicher, doalur in all
kind*
—if—
I'rnb HsaU, Besr. *u»t#u, V<*
laimli anil I’orls.
Whole, Half or (Juartor, at Lowest Ilols
SAUSAGE AND SAUSAGE MEAT
Alwuys oil hand. Orders carefully attci*
to. lib
F. D. DURKEE,
Watchmaker and JcwcH>
P0ST0FF1CK, EUREKA.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS >
PAIRED with nculness and diepe*
All kinds of buret solder Jo*;
work dono in workmanlik* nine
lM|M»-MoimWuK in the latest style.
N. 11.—Particular attention to all
work, and satisfaction guaranteed.
NOTICE.
rpUK CREDITORS oh SMITH 4 {J
1 lingame arc hereby notiliod to rarer
loo iinderslgred, or either of them, theitj
counts or evidence!* of indobtedness, Roir
and sworn to. ll. A. E'LKTCII EH., ,fV
JOHN LI^OENl V.l o
S. U. WYMAN. , , «
I cbruary 1J, 11*75. b *’

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