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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
MU IK IUY, FGBKl'AKY 21, IWJ. .. AWKSTTS. W. R. WILSON.Pioche IRIOTOR 0. SHULAK.I W. K. GRIFFIN.. NE. MV RON AN ;EL,Noi-t>m California ntroet, Room 19, is Sole Agentfor the Euroka Gaily Srstiski. in San Francisco. I’orsons in that city having business with this office are re quested to cominunicato with him ALF. CllAllTZ is authorised to recoivesnb eerlptions for Iho Skstimki. and collect for the samo in this town. All persons in Eu reka owing for subscriptions will make THE TWE»rV-*Kt'OJI» OF FEB HEART. To-morrow will be the one hundred and forty-third anniversary of the birthday of George Washington. By the laws of this State, the day is declared a legal holiday; but, as it is an invariable rule of this fournal to af ford its employes a Sunday’s rest, and as the interests of our subscribers for bid a two days’ intermission, we have concluded to publish the paper as usual on Tuesday and notice to-day the recurrence cf the natal day of the Father of his Country. This Is a skeptical age. The tests of investigation and reason have been applod to many names great in his tory, and the heroes and demons of popular opinion have been made to appear in their true light. Elizabeth is no longer the lion-hearted ruler of her island kingdom, the defender of the Protestant faith; but a frivolous coquette, great only in her position and by her surroundings. Richard is no longer the hump-backed savage and tyrant that Shakspeare paints; but a wise statesman, a fearless sol dier, a great and just king. Our con ceptions of Henry V., of Cromwell, of Mary Stuart, of Napoleon, of Lucretia Borgia, of many others whose oharat - ters for good or ill had thirty years ago seemed fixed beyond a possibility of denial, have, in the light of the evi dence discovered by painstaking re search, of late undergone a great change. To no individual in history has this character of scrutiny been nioro closely applied than to Washing tcfn. Biographers, historians atul poli ticians have ransacked garret and sec retary where material could be found, and every page of his life, from the cradle to the grave, is spread open to us. We know him better than our fathers knew him, in youth and in age, in poverty and wealth, in the depths of despair and at the summit of moral and political greatness; and the more intimate our knowledge, the greater become our admiration and our respect. Without the brilliancy of Cassar, the military genius of Napo leon, or the great and stern qualities that go to make such rulers of men and founders of empires as Cromwell and Peter of Bussia, Washington was pos sessed of an evenness of temper, an unerring judgment and a fearless heart, that eminently qualified him to lead a law-abiding, God-fearing peo ple through the horrors of a seven year*)’ struggle for freedom, and to preside over ttio destinies of the young natiou, that freedom once established. The light of his example, ever clear yet ever growing in brilliancy, II lumiues the path of our future; and misfortune will surely tall upon this this nation if, deceived by sectional cries or the false demands of tempor ary expedients, it go astray from that path into the region of outer darkness. We publish another communication from Thos. J. Tennant, in reply to our editorial remarks of yesterday morn ing. Time and space will not permit us to comment upon it at length, and we will therefore only allude to a sin gle grave mistake he has made in his communication, and that is in locating the tlrst liquoring shop west ot Empire at Carson, lie has forgotten the es tablishment at the Warm Springs. However, with average luck, be will perhaps be enabled some day to re fresh his memory in this matter. He will be certain to find his way there unless he quits blackguarding the Sen tinel’s senior. We have known peo ple to make a successful trip to the gallows upon a smaller beginning. However, not to be outdone by the lamented Greeley, we have given his communication space in our columns, and recommend that portion of it which relates to our county finances to the attention of our local readers. Shoot? no Affray.—Wednesday af ternoon a shooting affray occurred in Truckee, between Win. Hell and Win. Van Omani, in which both were, it is thought, mortally wounded. A wo man of ill-repute was at the bottom or the affair. Both the men are of the class known as roughs, and are of small loss to the community. Wanted.—An experienced artesian well borer Is wanted by W. P. Haskell A Co.—KurcIca Sentinel. We should think Kendall might be induced to “ stand in.”—/feveilte. He’s a dangerous mun^to employ, and doubdess Messrs. Haskell A Co. are afraid he’d come on them for back salary. The Collector of Atlanta, Ga., made a raid Into Rebun county, recently, and seized twenty-two distilleries and ar rested thirty-eight illlcij distilleries. BALE OF THE SACRAMENTO UNION. It lias P>r some time been rumored that arrangements were being made for the purchase of the Sacramento Union. We w ere informed yesterday, from a gentleman from California, who is evidently well posted, that the ru mor is well founded, and in further confirmation the San Francisco Chron icle of Thursday lias the following: From the very highest authority we are advised that negotiations are pend ing for the sale and purchase of the Sacramento Union. That the Union is and for some months lias been lor sale is well known; that the effort made to settle the copartnership bv the recent cubstone auction was a failure is also now well understood, and that the parties negotiating for the purchase ol tlie Union are friends of Governor Stanford and the railroad party, and that if purchased by them the Union and Record will be consolidated. All til's is understood to be an open secret. We shall miss the Union, but it will be a good miss if a better journal takes its place. If the Union should die out right it would afford us pleasure to w rite an obituary article; one can al ways say such kindly and pleasant things of the deceased, even though they are not exactly true; one is per mitled to exaggerate virtues and pass lightly over defects; charity for the dead is so Christian a sentiment that it is expected to cover a multitude of sins,mid the Union has multitudinous sins to cover. Wo would throw the mantle of forgetfulness over its latter days, and attribute to impaired facul ties, derangetl digestion and chronic in firmities all its ugly, snarling, bitter lat ter end,remembering only its earlier ca reer, when it was loyal to the nation, true to the Republican party and had respect for itseif. If the Union is merg ed into the Record we shall be sorry indeed. It is not a good thing that the railroad should gobble up a journal that has been so fearless in its antago nism, and that, with all its overstrained hostility, lias done so much to temper the acts of the railroad monopoly and to restrain its arrogance. We should be pleased to see the Union pass into the hands of Independent Republicans and be retained as an advocate of Re publican principles, unawed by any power and uninfluenced by any busi ness interests. Thk Nkw County.—By private let ter from Carson we are advised that three of the five members of the Com mittee on Counties and County Boun daries will recommend the passage of the bill to create the county of Buena Vista. A minority report will be made against the passage of the bill. It was generally believed that a majority of the committee would report against the measure, and this nnex|>eeted turn in affairs seems unaccountable to those who are sin*!erely opposed to the pas sage of tlie bill.—Silver Stale. CUISTY IIAAM IN AGAIN. Editors Sentinel: The reprimand received this morning for having clan destinely passed through your type's discourteous allusions to the editors and proprietors of the Sentinel, and that proper amenites should be ob served in addressing communications to public journals, naturally brings me to a defense. While I regret that I have been publicly charged with vio lations of favors shown to correspond ents. I here most candidly aver that I intended nothing reflecting upon my townsmen and neighbors, the editors and proprietors of the Eureka Senti nel; and to Mr. Cassidy I accord, as do all the people of Eureka county, achievements of the most distinguish ed character. I alluded to Mr. Cassidy as “ Senator Cassidy,” and not as one of the editors of the Eureka Senti nel. Mr. Cassidy is the Senator from Eureka county—our law-maker, llis acts are subject to criticism. When Horaco Greeley was elected to Con gress he wrote an open letter to the world, that Ills public record belonged to the people, and that those desirous of arraigning him on his record could have tlie columns of the Tribune. From this, many will notice a differ ence between Senator Cass'dy and the founder of the Tribune. Yeoman's service Mr. Cassidy has performed for Eureka county; hilt do you suppose for a moment that if the resolutions solemnly presented to the Legislature at the first liquoring sta tion between Dutch Nick’s and Genoa had passed, any changes would have been made in the Department of the South. my ouiect in writing me communi cation on county finances was to show that we neither required the “levying of more tax or borrowing more money;’’ that we had sufficient to pay current expenses without either. If 'l underestimated our resources, so much the better in my favor. If my views of the special levy are wrong then I claim the more in my favor, on the grounds that we do not need it even if it should be constitutional. This is a time we can not afford to trust to doubtful bills to cure the ills we complain of. As you are aware, there is in this community an element, and it is a ruling element, opposed to the levying and collection of taxes that cun be avoided. Now, supposing the Legislature ad journs, leaving for our relief the reme dies found in Mr. Cassidys bills; a re sistance to tho special levy on the grounds of unoonstitutionality is cer tain. If the Supreme Court says Mr. Cassidy's bill is con stitutional, it will be after several mouths’ delay and test, during which time (if the $5,000 is not bor rowed) we will be issuing the same as row, two dollars for one, and if uncon stitutional, we will have to Issue three dollars for one before the next two years expire. If we borrow five thousand dollars, then on that amount interest will have to Le paid. Iu my communication I proclaimed the discovery of sufficient money to pay current expenses with out borrowing more or levying more tax. Should either proposition obtain, it is the password, the vengeance word for this “ ruling element,” these mal contents, to riso up in arms; hence 1 say, do not leave us with Mr. Cassi dy's doubtful remedies. Trusting due courtesy has been ob served in the above, I am very re spectfully, Yours, Thomas J. Tennant. FROM CARSON. FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT. Carson, Feb. 18. Two weeks more will let us all out— much to tho satisfaction of the legisla tors anti the Carsonites. The town is unusually dull; money is very thin, and everybody is tired of everybody else and everything on general prin ciples. There is very little to do, and as soon as we do it quickly ’twere bet ter it were not done. linger for the Forum. The steerage, alive to the exigencies of tlie times and the important State duty devolving upon them, have astutely changed their hour of meet ing from 11 to 10 o’clock a. m. It was hoped, as the session nears its close, that they would, out of deference to the people, shorten instead of length en their daily session. It is not legis lation that we need, but the preven tion of it. YVe have enough law now on hand to do us several years. Senator Varian, a wide-awake Hum holdter, Introduced a similar resolu tion to-day, and came near being pitched out of the window. Mr. ltickey, of Douglas, said he always liked to take a few hours’ sleep be tween his working spells, and didn't see how he could wake up and get to tlie Senate by 10 o’clock. Senator Cas sidy said lie was not in tlie habit of getting up before day. and would pre fer working later in tlie afternoon, and taking less time for bit whisky at re cess. Churchill Stops I>owu nml Out. Tlie bill introduced by Mr. Carling, of Lyon, smiting Churchill, passed tlie Assembly to-day by 27 to 20. The western portion, containing tlie most taxable property, and through which the Central Fae'itic Railroad passes, is annexed to Lyon, and tlie eastern and largest portion of territory is given to Lander. It will go sailing through tlie Senate, but it is hardly possible that the House can muster a xutticicnt vote to pass it over the Governor’s veto. UenpporMomnent of the tilth. Senator Cassidy’s substitute bill, re apportioning the State, came up to day and finally passed, notwithstand ing the objections of Senator Cohn, of Elko. The apportionment is as fol lows: Senators. A*«tn. Storey.t 13 Douglas.1 2 KsmeraUl i. I 3 Humboldt.2 bander.1 2 Lyon.2 3 Churchill.1 1 Nye.1 2 Orm*hv.2 3 Washoe.2 3 Elko.2 4 Eureka.2 Lincoln.2 White I'ine.2 3 The counties in which changes are made are Eureka, Esmeralda, Church ill, Storey anti White Pine, and these changes are based on increased popu lation. The total number of repre sentatives remains unchanged—25 Sen ators, and 50 Assemblymen, Prison l.a!i»r. Tlie Governor lias signed the bill authorizing the managers of the Stale Prison to hire out the labor of the con victs. The Gambling Act. Senators MeClinton, Vartan and j Thompson, from the Judiciary Com mittee, have made a majority report recommending the passage of Daven port’s bill repealing the Gambling act. Senator Cassidy asked time to make a minority report, stating that lie was not present at the meeting of the Judiciary Committee. Edwards, ol Ormsby, tlie fifth member of the committee, is absent on account of pro tracted illness. More Buncombe. Mr. Gray introduced a resolution grunting all county ottlciuls in tiie State, who have not already got fur loughs, a leave of absence for six months. Considering the many appli cations of this nature daily coming up, this resolution is sensible—proposes to make short v> ork of this kind of busi ness and thereby save a great deal of lime and trouble. It does riot compel any official to “take a walk” w ho does not wish to. The Carson Mint. Senator Lockwood presented a peti tion memorializing Congress on the propriety of expending $-00,000 for tiie enlargement of tiie Carson Mint, thus trebly increasing its coinage ca pacity and insuring better health and comfort to the employes; also, recom mending an increased salary in some cases. Outside Remarks. The theatrical season has closed; the last lecturer has gone from our victim ized gaze, and we are left in darkness and dullness. We have, however, left with us a spiritualistic seance sharp to console us iu our hours of credulity and play upon our fears and geueros Uy. Many members fear that the usual adjournment will not be had to-mor ro'w until Monday, and, in conse quence, they can not go to Virginia to spend their money, and I am in the same state of anxiety. j. M. SCANLANU. Tub Mctieary Jingle of Freedom thus condenses the story of the beech* er scandal: THE NTOKY COYDEYMEU. Elizabeth T. Say* H. tV. U. Wronged hubby “The” — A-dul-ter-y. H. W. B. Respectfully. Say* Elizabeth T. Tells a 1-i-e. Theodore T. Say* that he Saw H. W. B. Touch Elizabeth’s knee. Vicious V. Says men are free To touch or see A woman’s knee. Provided she. As well a* he. Do both agree It so shall be. Bcsslo T. Deposos she Saw Susan U. On Thoo’s knee. They all do tell Their stories well; bow l.izz.io fell — And Plymouth’s boll loll* Moulton’* knell, “ Uo- go—to holt I ” Oh what a smell, Ta, ta. Farewell. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [SPECIAL TO THE DAILY SENTINEL. The Texas Pacific Rallronil-Id her als In M’nsiiiiigton. Washington. Feb. 19. The House Pacific Kail road Com mittee agreed this morning, by a vote of six to live, to report and recom mend tlie passage of tlie Texas Pacific Railroad Hill as agreed to by the sub committee. A number of Senators whose names have been telegraphed to California as on Stewart’s list of op ponents of ali subsidy measures, will vote for Scott’s Texas Paeilie bill. Flanagan, instead of being an oppo nent as represented by tlie Central Pacific Railroad organs’ dispatches, is an enthusiastic and outspoken advo cate of the bill. The favorable action of the House Committee to-davgreatly encourages the anti-monopolists, and indicates concurrence by the House. The vote in the House Pacitic Kail road Committee on reporting the Texas Pacitic bill was: Ayes—Killenger. Hongliton, Sypher, Wells, Barnum and Stanford. Noes—Sawyer, Williams of Michi gan, Corwin, McDill cf Iowa, and Neal. Absent—Creamer, who is known to favor tlie hilt. There have been gathered here dur ing the week a number of leading lib erals from New York and other States. Their consultations with Senators Fen ton and Solmrz are observable. The conference appears to include quite a number of prominent gentlemen who though not having sympathized with tlie Cincinnati movement seem fully in accord with the opinions there an nounced, which they suppose to lie te iding to independent action b> the people. The House Judiciary Committee to day, after discussion, tabled tlie reso lution for tlie repeal of the so-called Poland gag law, taking tlie ground that it was for Hie courts to decide whether tlie subject of libel was covered by its provisions. A Kmart tllrl. Boston, Fell. 19. Robena (iriese, a girl of 10 years,was committed to-day for raising a eerliti cate of stock of the Michigan Central Railroad from one share to sixty. The certificate was well executed, and $2, 000 obtained on it. Don! h. Nr.w York, Feb. 19. Rear Admiral Charles H. Bell, of the United Slates navy, died of pneumo nia this morning, at his residence in New Brunswick, N. .1., aged 77. llniigcil. Augusta, <ia., Feb. 20. Ike Cooper, colored, was hanged here yesterday for the murder ot How ard White, also colored, in December, 1873. Verdict Against a Kail road Com pany. Nf.w York, Feb. 20. A verdict was given -yesterday against tlie New York and New Haven Railroad Company for a lout $10,000, in lavor of a man who was robl ed of tiiat amount while traveling on the road. The court held that the com pany must protect its patrons. The Drldge at Council Illuir*. Council Bluffs. Feb. 20. A dispatch was received iiere last night staling that tile Comptroller ol Hie Treasury decided yesterday tbai tile bridge between Council Binds and Omaha is part of tbo Union Pacific Railro'd, and instructed tbit (ioveru ment freight shall be paid for pro rata |>er mile, over it, t lie same as over any other portion ot the roud. Death of a Journalist. Chicago, Feb. 20. Everett Chamberlain, a well-known young journalist ot this city, died yes terday at Jacksonville, Florida, w here lie was temporal ily sojourning for the bench lot' bis health. 4'oiigressloiinl Proceedings. Washington, Feb. :10. In the Senate the credentials of An drew Johnson, Senator from Tennes see, were presented and placed on file. Ingalls submitted a resolution for the appointment of a committee ol five Senator* to visit the Indian Terri tory during the recess of Congress, to inquire into the condition of allairs in that Territory, which wa* laid over. The House went into Committee of tile Whole, and resumed the consider ation of tlie Kevcnue bill, the question being on the motion to strike out the horizontal tarilf section. Cl.vmer opposed the whole bill, and declared that with economy in the ad ministration of tlie (Joverutnenl tiiere would be no necessity for an increase of taxation. Schofield supported tlie bill as a compromise measure. IatnUialtoa o: the Western Culon Telegraph Press Charges. The sub-committee of the House Committee on Judiciary began today their inquiry, authorized by a resolu tion introduced in tlie House bv lfawes, to ascertain if the Western Union declined to send messages for tlie Americrn Press Association on tlie ground of criticism of the Western Union Company. Orton, President of Western Union, was examined. It ap peared, from his testimony, that no press contracts with the company are alike, different rates being charged for ditlereut classes of service, Ac.; that tiiey could afford to charge less to those who did a large and regular busi ness over its line than to parlies w ho sent small quantities only, on the principle that railroad companies could afford to charge cheaper Heights to wholesale dealers than to occasional customers who sent but little. Orton was asked whether wealthy papers had no grealrr facilities than those of limited means, and whether first class papers could not obtain their dispatch es cheaper than those ef less promin ence. He said they could, because of larger surlaco covered in the arrange ment; and Hie reason why the West ern Union could not uuiko a contract with the American Press Association w as because that, by taking off part of the business of its best customers anti serving that association for less, a heavy loss to tlie company would have been occasioned. He was asked whether, in case of a jiaper not in tlie \V esteru Associated Press arrange ment, there would bo a difference in telegraph charges to that paper send ing ten thousand words and charges to tiie Associated Press sending exact ly tiie same matter. Orton replied there would, as business with a singlet paper would he a single transaction in dependent of any previous contract. FOREIGN NEWS. London, Feb 20. The Magdenburg fJazette says that Bismarck has concluded to remain in ottice on the personal appeal of the Kmpe rur. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA. The EmmimitlMi of the Affair* of the Tax. tot lector's OHlce I live* filiation of the FmIIIc Mali Company. San Francisco, Feb. 20. The examination of the allairs of the Tax Collector's oftiee was continued yesterday, with much the same effect as previously reported, and will be re newed next Tuesday. There was an investigation held yes terday, at the ottice of the Pacific Mail Company, into the causes ot tiie loss by tire of the steamship Japan. The inquiry was strictly private. Nentence of Casey's To-day was set for t lie sentence of Jas. Casey, and a large crowd assembled at tiie court room. Casey seemed de pressed ill spirits. His counsel moved for a new trial, which was de nied. The counsel then desired to withdraw the plea of “guilly” to charges of forgery and substitute a plea of “not guilly.” This was also denied. The Judge then stated, in ex planation, that lie would I*. more lenient than in the case of Morgan, j believing Casey less guilty, and sen tenced him to three years fur felony and eight years for forgery. Casey re ceived (lie sentence unmoved. f'.xcciilion of Eilrmla nml < ultn. Sacha mknto, Feb. lt>. At about 2:30 o’clock to-day ltomin go Estrada and Fllomcrm Cotta were banged, for the murder of John Cause in April last. Since their conviction :lie men have lioth made statements, each accusing the other of the killing: but hoth agreed to the fact that they were each present. A scalfoid was ! erected in the jail yard last evening. Yesterday afternoon Estrada tisik leave of Ids mother. The interview was most painful, and both were over come by emotion ami fainted in each other's arms. A physician had tube called to resucsitate them. Co ta and his relatives bore up much lajtler. About It) a. m. break Iasi was brought to them and at noon the last religious rites commenced, lasting till a tew mo ment- beiore thespeu.ators were admit ted to the jail yard. Father Scanlan. ass!s oil by two nries s, mini n ste cd the last consolation and sacrament. Sis ers of Mercy were also present. The dea li warrant was n ad lo the pii-on ers in their cells. At 2:30 o'clock they were led tm the a'ep* of the sea Hold. Ilolli men behaved well while standing on the diop. Father Soudan read a pravei, the pri-oneis shook hands, i tiade each other good-by, and the drop tell. Estrada struggled fearfully, Col a but slightly, and in a lew minutes all was over and the crowd that tilled the streets and covered the roofs ot the ' neighboring buildings dis|M-rsed. Since parting from In r son. Mi«. Es trada has lieen kept under the inllu (•nce of opiates. It is thought she can not survive. Kkll I)kai>.—A miner by ilio nume of itan. Cavanaugh tell (lead yester day morning in hi* lodging-house, lie had jumi returned from working on the night shift, and hud entered the hoarding-hnu -e of Mr. N. Trot ter. sit uated on 1> street, hi.mediately »|i|s> >ite the ofliee of the .va'age Mining Comjwn.v, in Virginia, when lie threw up his arms and lull.— Lyon County Times. A ncmbkh of residents of Corrv, I’a., formerly tlie center ot the petroleum trade, littve formed a colony to settle in California. NBW TO-1)A Y. Will Close. 01 It RANK Wild. UK C 1,0.-Kl> TO-MOt’. row, the £ki tost.—Washington** liii th u»y- I AXTuN Si Cu. Ul-lt ATTENTION, RESCUE HOSE CO. All members of rescue hose Company are requested to moot* Tills ,, ,/111 " o’clock, at my office, over " * Clark** store, on businc** of"mor tance to the company. DAV. K. DAILY. Prep. Rescue Dose Co. Adams hill consolidated mix ing Company — Lochtion of principal olacool business, san Francisco, California. Location of Works, Eureka Mining District, hurt ka county. Slate of Nevada-Notice ip hereby giv«n, that at a mooting o the Trus tees of paid Company, held eu tho sixteenth •Ijyof February, IW7', an a*He«sinent— No. *i— el fifteencents pur rhuro wap levied upon th* capital stock of tho corporation, putable ini. died lately in United Mate* gold coin, to tin* Secretary, at tin- offico ot tho Company, Room 1. No. 4UH Cali.ornin street, Sun !• rancisco, California. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday, tho 24th uny of March, lN7-», shall bo deemed dvliu* "tui-nt, nmi will b« duly advertised fur sale at I'ltblio auction, and iilIu.h payment is imidu before, tvi I bo sold i.n t'rl«lny, the ists leenth day of A|iril, 1*79. to ,,uy tho d, - 11n<iitc-nt assessment, together with co.t. ot advertising und expenses of sale. . _ „ W- " .JfHAVLOM, Secretary, umce: Room t, No. 40H California street, pan r rancisco, California. h!l-td Nevada Market, JOHNWILLFORT • • PROPRIETOR Nontb Mnlu Hired, Knrekn, Her., Adjoining tho Neradn Vlablcs, A\THOLESALE & KETAIL If butcher, dealer in ull kinds —OK— Freals Heats, Beef, Misltoss, Veal, Lasssb ms.I Fork. " hole, Half or Quurtor, at Lowest Hates. SAUSAGE AND SAUSAGE MEAT Always on hand. Orders carefully attended l0' (Utt-tf — —-■ gp NEW TO-DAY. SHERIFFS SALeT" By virtue of an executive , sued out of the District Court #!?'»*■ rcka county, State of Nevada, on tk. « ray ef Feb A. I». 1875. at 12 «.. and t- ®,^ rooted and delivered, for a Judgment -I., " od in strid Court, on I lie zOth day of Kehp '* A. D. lh&t it) favor of Johns. Bowman tiff, and against Daniel Morgan, dofen.i1,1 fur *#58, in United' States gold coin whh?1' terest in like gold eeio, nt the rato Lf !* per cent, per month, an mj, (rent July ' ,' 1871, till paid, and *'4 per cent, per mufti' *■*>21, from November tOth, till |.niVJ rW|J States gold coin, together with datiianns *118 Wl, in United States gold coin. Til'* suit, I huvo on this, tbo 20th day' „f V 'f mury A. D. 1W.'», at 12 o'clock si„ loviei the following personal properly, to-wip cases of porter and ale, 2 cases *f ,|a‘'j* ginger. 2 cases of absinthe, 2 cases gf ,7 B 100 gallons of whisky, more or lesr 8g»lI, of Scotch Whisky, more or tes.y, ltkgalfoai , port wine, I# gallons of sherry, more o> L: 182 bottles of clarot, 20 bottios ef syni. , looking-glass, u by 10 feet; 4 pictures,® L ties ol assorted wines and liouorr. 1 ohandelierr. ’ cl*ck': Notice is hereby giron, that on th. u day of MAItCH, A. D. 1X7., betwepjf £ hours of U o’clock, a. n. and 5 o’clock r via: at 12 o’clock m., I will sell all the riikt title, claim ami interest of the said defend,., Daniel Morgan, of, in and to the abuy.T scribed property, at the warehouse, ef ow Felder A llariison, on Adams street, at hnj lie auction, for rash in hand, *o the hitlM and best bidder, to satisfy said exocutiua is, all costs. Eureka, Eureka county, Nov., Feb. 20 Ur H»i. W. (11 LM OhE,Sheriff By S. B. B-i.t., Deputy. feil-td Patronize HOWE WAMFACTIBLS Gilroy Cigars and Tobaccos: A1A X L' F ACT YItEl> BY TUB Consolidated Tobacco Co, —OF— CALIFORNIA GROWN TOBACCO AFl'1.1, I.IXE OK THE ABOVE 60* constantly on hand and Ur sale ' —at— San Francisco Prices! Freight aiiAeA. By Geo. Thacher ft Co. feUO-lm-is Pictures! Pictnres!! Photon#: 00 TO TilK IVSIL KNOWN City Photograph Gallery. On South Main meet, Kurcka, fur tb M ami MOST LIFELIKE TICTITSU A new elyle of picture bei juet beentirv duced by !.«»( IN M0Vt«0. The At Hat. Where ■ brilliant ard glewy polirb ivilqttv ed te the picture, euperinr to lb diacuided vulgar enamel. A 1.1. KINDS OK Him IIES are leettl in euperwr etyle and ivuli the latoat HapM* iuenta ul the art. I.it rice Parlor Huai Pin n re*. nadir HraiUilul Nutt Pritrl Arc taken in Ibia (iallery oqual to say irk State or at the Hay. All negative* taken in thi* (lallciy arena fully retouched and kept lor future aider’ Jt-myl 1,01 IS MONACO. NEW GOODS! NEW fiOOOS" —AT— «. DCMkEL A Id'S STOll Corner of Main and Clark Street Eureka. Nevada. \\T E RESPECTFULLY CALL dllK/• * t tcntion of the ladicn audt#*n99#f ka uml vicinity to our New and FashionafcW Stock -OF Dry Goods, Gents’ nnd Mop Clothing, Hosiery, Xtc. We ere now, end will be, iwti-vvim 0** from »*an Francisco oil novelties in our®* W« earnestly invite everybody tt* Call and Examine Oar Stock Before purchasing elsewhere. It will not'* anything to inspect our goods. . „ myiti-tf ■ >. DIINKEL IP J. B. LANCSTROFF MERCHANT TAILOR Next Door to Intcrnatiouiil lie**1, MAIN STREET, EUREKA, Keeps always —rtf bund a large ussorntment ol tho tinost Cxsimcros, Isioedelotbs, lie*',*1’ Vestings, Ac., Ac., which he is preps*® 1 make up in the latest fashion and at PRICES THAT WILL SUIT THE TIME* feb9-tf J. LKTiif, Euroka. i. riaio*, San Frant CARD. *|MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE B0l'fl|l! X out und leased THE LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT, In tho Euroka llotol building, and Open the Same Thursday Morni1# February 11th, 187.». Our friend* and tho public ol Kutokl cordially invited lo give »u» u tall, ana i may ro*t upxnrcd that our bill ol lure w*11 r I be excelled by any other place, and sette I aalialaction given. „ , , mCKASANl>7 Eureka, February 9th, 187>. fclO-t®1