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..-EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
HlNUAl, MAIIi'H 7, 1*76. ao Birrs. W. R. WILSON.Pioche DOCTOR CTeHULZE.Kuby Hill W. K. OK1FF1N.-.Palisade A.JW.tiUKNE.Austin. T. STARK.Hamilton MYmif ANOEL.No. 4114 California street. Room 16, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily Skstiski. in San Francisco. Persons in that eity having business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALK. OHAKTZ is authorised to receive sub scriptions for the Ss.vtiiiki, and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka owing for subscriptions will make payment to him. _ THE I'ORCE BILL. Since this infamous measure passed the House of Representatives, several days ago, and was sent to tlie Senate, If any steps has been taken by the lat ter body our dispatches have failed to acquaint ns with the fact. It passed tlie HoUse by a small majority, receiv ing the united opposition of the Demo cratic members, besides a goodly num ber of the best and most influential Republicans, who have heretofore sup ported the Administration in all of its measures. Whatever has been or may be Its lot In the Senate, is a matter of doubt, afafough ~ there are strong hopes that tlie greater degree of con servatism prevailing among tlie Re publican members of that branch of the national legislature may secure its defeat. In tlie event of its passage, however, its approval by the President does not admit of a question, as its pro visions are in consonance with Grant’s expressed policy, and the bill was evi dently gotten up at bis dictation and for the purpose of conferring upon him arbitrary powers, which would better befit tlie Russian Czar that tlie President of a free republic. In open disregard of the Constitution, it clothes him with power to suspend the writ of habeas corpus at pleasure, when there is neither rebellion nor in vasion, and when the public safety does not require it, and enables him to imprison whom soever he pleases without assign ing any reason for the act, and the per son so imprisoned lias no redress. No color of excuse can be assigned for such a measure now, and we can im agine no lower depths of polit ical degradation than that which the measure represents. It hae been said, in extenuation, that tbc-jPfesident will not exercise bis ar bitrary power except under the pres sure of<the most urgent necessity, lie may not; but judging from his former acts, we have but little reason tdllfl^ltbat bis own personal and po litical ^mbltion will not in bis mind be deemed sufficient to constitute that “ urgent necessity.” At all events, he Is made the Judgo of that necessity without responsibility to any one, and that' constitutes one of the most seri ous objections to tlie bill. Harper's Weekly, At all. times a stanch Republi can'journal, and until recently one of the most ardent as well as ab’e sup porters of tlie Administration, de nounces the measure in tlie strongest terms, and concludes an able article - upon the subject with tho following comprehensive paragraph: If there are unlawful combinations in any State so numerous and power Ail that they have overturned, or are overturning, or threaten to overturn • i toC authorities, by Violence which they cun not control, then let those author ities, aa the Constitution previles, ap ply for assistance, which should be and wroBld be promptly rendered. But ‘ upon what conceivable ground can a people Jealous of the safeguaids of lib erty authorize the Chief Magistrate to suspend the great writ of freedom at his pleasure, because “two or more persons ” interfere in an “ unlawful manner with the due execution of tlie laws of a State or of the United States T” The country call not be at peace and at war at the same time. H there is rebellion or domestic violence In Louisiana or in any other State, tlie . Constitution points out bow it is to be dealt with, and tlie country will sus tain the suppression of tlie rebellion; but if there Is not rebellion, there can be no reason for resorting to war measures, while a general grant of power to the President to proclaim a rebellion and to suspend the writ at his pleasure, at a time when his own personal and political ambition might strongly tempt him to the exercise of so extraordinary a power, would be one of the most fatal precedents in our history for the overthrow of constitu tional freedom. There and Here.—The ifmeille complains ofa lot of hoodlum bo/s who throw rocks through the windows, ■tuff gunny sacks down the chimuey and commit other breaches of juve nile etiquette In tl.e night time around the sehool-house in Austin. Owing (o the moral influence exercised by the Hektinkl. we have uever occaston to record any such proceedings upon the part of the youth of Eureka. The avenge Base Kange boy spends his evening* more protttably. He plays keao until eleven, when he betakes himself quietly borne, goes to bed and after saying bis •• Now I lay me,’’ , sleep and dreams sweetly ol being a pirate, until morning, when be rfeea with'the lark and emulates the bee in bis industry in collecting Hol der from oyster eaus to raise a keno •take for the evening. ...—. Prize-Fight.—A prise-fight is tc come off soon in Virginia City, between Benj. Williams and Jim Chatham, " If ib«to be for 91,000 to 9800, Wll 11*0)9 giving Chatham the odds. Suspended.—The Humboldt Regis ter has suspended Its daily publication and will hereafter be Issued but onee a weeki In their valedictory the pub lishers give the following reason for the change: It should bo remembered tliata daily paper must derive its chiet support from the town in which it is published; and Winneimicca, although one of the most flourishing towns in the State, is altogether too small to support two dailies. We regret the necessity which impels us to this course; hut we sus pend for the very best of reasons—“ it does not pay.” John Charles,—General John C. Fremont arrived in Virginia City last Thursday morning, and on the same day descended to the lower level of the Consolidated Virginia mine. He left for the Kast on the following day, but expressed his intention of returning in about two months to take up liis resi dence on the Comstock. Tjie man who is thoroughly adver tised must continue to thoroughly ad vertise; but having once made his name a household word, he receives much gratuitous advertising from the great public, always desirous of help ing those who have plainly shown that they need no help. The Hu m be Id t Register says the Winneimicca people are going to give Senator Varian and Assemblymen Buckner and Case a reception for their efforts in defeating the county division bill. The arrows ot wit ought always to be feathered with smiles; when they fail in that they become scareasnis. Adjourned.—The Forty-third Con gress adjourned on the 4th instant. The Coroner of Milwaukee denies that he cuts hrles in the ice. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [special to the daily sentinel.] The Pacific Steamship Company— The Beecher Trial. New York, March 6. General Colton,President of tiie Occi dental and Oriental Steamship Com pany, has declined the position ot Di rector of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. Rumors prevailed yesterday that in the absence of any proceedings in tiie Beecher trial that one of the parties to the suit had withdrawn and that there would necessarily follow a discontinuance of tiie case. The ru mors doubtless grew out of the re ports that ime of tiie price pal tounsel nail resolved to withdraw in conse quence of tiie neglect to his other business, which attendance for two months in tiie Brooklyn court had caused. He has iieen induced, how ever, to remain in tiie case and will doubtless conduct it to its close. Jef fries, the sick juror, lias entirely re covered trom bis indisposition. Tiie attendance at the trial is to be limited hereafter, as Judge Neilson lias ex pressed his intention to allow to en ter the court-room only such a num ber of spectators that will just till tiie seats. When tilled the court-room will hold at least IHH) persons, and on no day since tile trial began have there Iieen less than 500 spectators present. Most persone who apply for admit tance are ladies. Sometimes they suc ceed in passing the guards. A letter from London states that Dr. Keneaty lias given notice that on the 1 titli of March he will call attention to Tich borne. Albany, N. Y., March ft. The loss by the burning of tiie Mu seum building last night is sixty thou sand dollars. Little Rock, March 6. The Legislature adjourned to-day until November 1st. MImU Md (.old Operations. New Y'ork, March 5. The Evening I’ost says the recent up ward turn in stocks caught two or three large speculators heavily short, and they threaten to unsettle tiie gold, foreign exchange and money markets for the purpose ot driving tiie stocks down to prices which they can cover without loss. During the week, botii gold and currency have been taken out of the banks to influence to-morrow’s tiank statements. It is said a clique has beeu organised for the purpose ot attempting a corner on gold. The ob ject of the clique, while ostensibly making gold scarce, is said to be to bear mocks, nearly all of the parlies interested in tiie' movement being largely short of stock. Rumor has it that the Hank Kxaiuiner will be ap pealed to to Interfere in tiie matter. First Case Under (he Civil Bight* BUI. Wilmington, N. C., March 5. The tiro ease here under the Civil Rights sot (mine up liefore United States Comissioner McQuigg to-day— a negro complaining of a saloon-keep er for retiising to sell him a drink. The commissioner dismissed the case on the ground that the Civil Rights bill did not apply to saloons. Armed Mexicans Crossing the Bor* dors. New Orleans, March ft. A Brownsville, Texas, special says: A dispatch from the sheriff of Hidalgo county to Judge Bougherty states that 40 armed men crossed the river from Mexico, near Rhodes rancho, twenty miles below Kdinburg, and eighteen armed men crossed at Isinantalas, about eighteen miles above Kdinburg. There are reports from all points of armed Mexicans gathering on their side of the river. Ueneral Potter says ho has not troops enough to patrol all of the river. Mauv believe Brownsville is menaced. Prepwtd Hew Treaty with Hpnla. Chicago, March 5. A Washington special says it is re ported among the legations that the President will send to the Senate a draft of the new treaty with Spain. which wilt propose a substantial mod ification of tlie treaty of 1705, which Is now the basis of existing commercial relations between tlie two countries. The new treaty Is said to be tlie work of Caleb Cushing. An extradition treaty was proposed, to be submitted before the downfall of tlie Spanish Re public, but tlie accession of Alfonso to tlie throne, stopped the negotiations. Cushing was to have formally recog nized tlie Alfonso government'to-day. A breach of promise and seduction case, which lias been a local sensation for tlie past ten days at Danville. Hi., because of the high standing of tlie parties involved, closed yesterday, tlie jurfv finding a verdict of $15,0UU for tlie plaintiff, a Miss Mann. Xewa from the Blnrk Hills. Chicago, March 5. A special correspondent writing from Sioux City, gives a long report of un interview witli Kphrain Witcher, an old citizen of that place and one of the party who went out to tlie Black Hills last Fall, and lias recently returned. He reiterates the previous accounts of tlie richness of tlie mines, and asserts that they met no unfriendly Indians. Game was plenty, and though tlie weather was cold the party did not suffer. One of the original party that left Sioux City, M. Arons, hailing from San Francisco, died on tlie way to the mines. Tlie business men of Soux City have organized a Black Hills Transportation Company, and expect to start tlie tirst train about tlie 1st of April. CT.kvki.axd, O., March 5. Rev. James Conlon, for 25 years the pastor of M. Patrick’s Church, died to day, aged 74 years. Shipwreck ami I.oss of l.lfe. Boston, March 5. The Italian bark Giovanni was wrecked off Cape Cod, and all on board, except tlie steward, perished. Al thougb the ship was but 400yards from shore the life-saving men were unable to get a Ibis to her, tlie bombs with which the station is supplied proving worthless. F REIGN NEWS. Calcutta, March 5. The J'.ngliskmnn says it is rumored that orders have been received by tlie Indian Government from England to hold all regiments in India in imme diate readiness for active service. The Ent/linkman supposes such orders point to tlie possibility of war on a large scale, not in India but in Eu rope. Mkhiutox, Canada, March 5. The embankment at Tump mill gave wav early this morning and flooded the village. Indications of (lie giving way of the canal embankment* are apparent in various directions. pacific coastTdispatches FROM CALIFORNIA. **1 ■ Marts for a Cruise-Fate of a Fish ing- Party. Sax Eiiancisoo, March fi. The United States steamer Saranac was to start on a cruise to-day. The rumor prevails that .-he will visit Aca pulco and inquire Into the outrages lately perpetrated ou American etti zens. Tile Ashing boat Garibaldi, missing for several days, past, was found tin the beach at New “Year’s Point. The lines and clothing ot men were found on hoard but no bodies. A bark in ward bound ian oris baling seen a Ashing boat capsized far out to sea. and notwithstanding a stiff gale and heavy sea, endeavored to re-cue the crew but without success. No doubt this was the Garibaldi. The crew consisted of three men. wiim: I*ixk i nnn. From tho White l’ino News. ARREST OK T. It. CRANLEY.— On Monday last an important telegram was sent from Gold llill, Nevada, to this city, signed by Thomas Freebill and A. Cleveland, demanding the ar rest of T. ft. Cranley upon a charge of defalcation. A complaint was tiled in the office of H. Bush. Jr., and a war rant was issued charging Cranley with embezzlement. This warrant was tel egraphed to tile Sheriff’of Storey coun ty on tlie same day, and on Wednes day evening last sheriff’ Kaum re ceived a dispatch from that officer stating that the warrant had lieer. exe cuted, and that Cranley was in custo dy. Sheriff’ Raum “left oil Friday morning for Gold Hill, where lie will receive Cranley and bring him hack for trial. We retrain from making any comments in the matter, ladieving that a judicial investigation will be more satisfactory to the |>eoplethan any just or unjust criticism we might indulge in. PimiE ok thk West.—Tlds mine is situated in White Pine Mountain, and is owned by Douohue, Morris A Rus sell, of tiffs city. The owners are sat isfied that they have a good mine, and have recently let another contract for sinking a new shaft of sixty feet from the present level. The ledge is three feet in width at the present depth, with well-defined walls, and is pitching north at an angle of 45 degrees. The ore averages sixty per cent in lead, and thirty-one in silver, and can be extracted in large quantities. The com|iany having the means, intend working the mine thoroughly the com ing season. Appointment.—Sheriff Kaum has appointed George Ellison one of his' deputies. George will reside at White Kiver, and in his official capacity will take care of the newly acquired ter ritory. Dr. IIkriuck ia perambulating the Bay City, and is iiiuuh improved in health. The fine things he lias seen in his perlgrinations are nicely pictured in a letter to us. The Doctor will try the mud baths of Sail Luis Obispo be fore returning. Military Post.—The citizens of Elko, who raised funds to send John S. May hew to Washington to secure the removal of the military post fiom Camp McDermlt to the town of Elko, made a bad Investment, and are des tined to be disappointed. Fr^m the tenor of a letter received yesterday for Senator Jones hyM.X. Hunniff'cld, the people may expect the post to he establised at Wlnnetnucca. This Is the proper place for it. if it Is to be moved to the railroad at all. as all point where the Indians are likely to become troublesome are accessible from it.— Silver Stotc. Rome time ago we published a por tion of.tbe following poem, by T. L. 11am. Since that time the author has added a number of lines and dedicated the production, as amended, to Mrs. Frank Wilton. At the request of a number of readers, we publish the poem entire: UBIQUE. BY T. L. ItAJI. Dedicated to Mrs. Frank Wilton. Com© whore the wild flowers bloom! Coine, tread the mazy labyrinth Of the deep recesses, where Tho sombre shad© of dark’ning gloom Encircles thee about; Wander forth upon tho living groen Of tho sunny pluin; Linger upon tho grassy banks Of the gent, y flowing stream— Ever moving onward; Como with me, and gaze forth Upon tho surging waves of the angry Oeoan. Lashing tho beach in all their fury; Hee, Ocean’s anger now abates; Its bosom, calm as a Hummer morn. Gently undulates with tho soft Breathings of the mighty deep; Then, com© and view th© far-off lo ty peaks. Whose hoary bonds arc covered o’er With everlasting white— Emblem of Nature’s purity; Let thy vision wandor to tfio heavenly sphere; Behold the beauties of tho celestial world— The Hun, the Moon, the stars, Ard all tho planets, too; Look upon the clouds, As gracefully th *y float around, about, across Tho mystic sea of mysterious, vapory air; List to the loud Thunder’s voi e! Hoe the bright glare of tho Lightning’s flash! Gaze upon the bcautoous sccnu— Awakening life as from a dream— Majestic glories centered round. All shadowed forth in mysticism! Cnnst toll, amidst etherial space, Of all those worlds that float. What living wonders there may dwell, What beings there doth move ? Or, if within their hearts do h flow Thoughts with admiration tilled Of tho unsoeu, unknown power That throb* their breasts with hope and fear ? Who can solve tho grand enigma ? Who tho secret can unfold ? Proboth) fountain of thy soul; And while tho ebb and flow of life’s pulsation Entrance with feelings undefinnblo. Docs not the glorious sublimity Circling through thy every thought, Create within life’s tenement A wondrous sense of awo majestic— A fooling thrilling ©very pulse, While meditation ponders o’er The va*t and bonuti'ul machinery— Crkatiox in its grandeur cloth d— Which, g. idod by some master hand, Harmonious ever onward moves? And while Time’s cycle speeds its course. Among tho myriad circuits run Does not each world ruvolvo itself In track distinct among li»o throng ? Come, once again, to Earth's domain! And, now, having wandered Through tho broad confines Of terrestrial and celestial scenes. And contemplated all these wonderful, Beautiful and mysterious works. Does not thy inmost soul whisper forth: Tho great Architect of all — Who “doeth all things well”— Is " Him who huldelh us In tho hollow of His hand,” And who alone is—Gon? BORN. In Virginia City, March 4th, to tho wife of A. J. Smith, a diiwghtr. Jn Virginia City, March Md. to tho wife of Judgo Jacob Young, n da* gfiter. NEW TO-DAY. Meyers & Franklin’s EMPORIUM. Prices Down! Prices Down! EVERY ARTICLE F< R SALE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES! DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, CLOTHINQ, BOOTS & SHOES. C all and See for Yourselves! MEYE8 A FRANKLIN, mh7-tf MAIN SThEET, El’KEKA. JUST ARRIVED At J. Straus’ JEWELRY EMPORIUM! T’lIK NEWEST GOLD WATCHES, tue BEST GOLD JEWELBY, th» BEaT STILES and the BEST QUALlnES. la Wei la, Fargo * t'o'a Kxpreaa Building, Karelia. inh7.tf.lp J. STRAUS, Jeweler. JUST ARRIVED AT .J. STRAIJS* JEWELRY EMPORIUM, la Wells, Fargo d (»•» Building, Mala street, Kureka. HUqi'ENINEN’S STOP-WATCH, in UUi.1) STAR watch. K. Howl JfK and EI.QEN wa'tch.*tC’ WA^UAM 1 mh7-tMp k J. (■TRAIIS; Jeweler. NKW TO-DA Y. I. C. OF R. c. A MEETING OF THE COMPANION'S OF Star of Hope Encampment No. 12,. I. C. of K. C., will be held at tho hall THIS EVENING, for the purpose of conferring all three degrees’’ C. G. HUBBARD. E. C. mh7-lt. ■——:— -f .— - San Jose Savings Bank, £81 Santa Clarn Street, San Jose. Cal., Capital Stock, - - - - $600,000. Paid in Stock—©old Coin, $300,000. Assets Jan. 1„ 1875, $1,324,155.52. Deposit receipts issued, isear ing interest FROM DATE OF DEP08 1 f at SIX PER CENT., payable on demand; EIGHT PER CENT., payable in six months, and NINE per cent, payable in twelve months. Receipts nre pre 'erable to pass books, be cause tho interest is paid promptly at tho end of six months from date of each deposit; they imv also be transferred by indorsement, and principal with interest will be puid to bolder. Pass books issued, if desired, and samo rato of interest allowed. Deposits from the interior, orfrom anypnrt of the United States or Europu, may be sunt by express, or by exchange on San Francisco or New York, in gold or currency. Parties remitting will state the time for which the deposit is to be made, and a Deposit Receipt or Pass llook—as preferred—will be promptly returned. Remittances in Currency Exchange will be credited in gold at current rate. John a. mgork. h. u. Reynolds, mh7-ly Prcsid nt. Cushisr. AUNT HANNAH HAS RECEIVED, AND IS CONSTANT Ir receiving. Ijmllm' Trimming nail Hnjlo I .HOP, Sew Myle «>!' I.wlle," I'lilf* n» J Collar., mill other Aril clew loo Nniiicronw to Mention. I havo nine n largo asiortuont of GENTS* NECK-T1ES, UNDE !-WKAIt,OVERALLS, 1 JUMPERS, ETC., El’C., which 1 will Jisjiuio l of at the liiwn.it possible prioe. inhWm AUNT HANNAH CURLEY. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE or RENT. FOR SALE ! A DWELLING HOUSE, on Spiing *trm-t, containing throe room* unci col lar; room* nicely furnished; titla per fect. 1•rite. #GQO oo. FOR SALE OR RENT ! A I)WKLLINi«-llOl SK, poutb of the l'resbytoi inn church, contain- L-i j in* four good room*; water in tljj,-^ house and house in good repair. FOR SALE! TWO (FOOD LOCATl ;NS FORSTORKS; in block oppo ito thoLdd Fellows’ new building. F'or particulars of the above apply to K. l;. M J LLKb, Ag.'at. mb Mf Office with W. It. Hurrah. J. D. GALBRAITH’S Corner Famiy Grocery S T O R E, Corner of Buel and Clark Sts., In Dick Hyland's Firo proof liuilding. oppo site Masonic Drill. My stock, which is all nkw and constantly anivii.g. consists of t »ffe •, lea. Ham. bacon, Lard, boneless C'ndtob. Smoked >almoo. Herring, butter. Cliwi , Mackerel. Dried Apples, i each •*, black bet ri f, l*itrod I'luui*, t Val *d Pea lies, /ant L'. nan s Comb lluney, i aisin*. i ig-*. Lorn, It .i kw i at and Oatmeal, >.»nip, Coal t>» , < akb..g.‘. Potatoes, t*moiis, ai d a good assort uieni of canned goons, I i.• 1-s, Sa ices, Sur- ' dines. Oysters, I arched Coffee, Nut-. Lundies ■ and a vari tv of articles too n itvnnms to i mention; all of w inch 1 will sell tb *4p foi cash or approved credit. i mh -tf d. I). (iALUHAlTII. | PURIM BALL! FAXCY MESS BALL Will bo tiiven by tho Eureka Literary and Social Club -AT BIGELOW'S HALL. —OX— HOXDAV .Mtill l , haik ii aa, IMS. Tickets to be bad of tho Committee: M. J. KKANKLIN, M. Via Mi, P'23-lm D. NATHAN. TO TINSMITHS. NOTICE! CEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE llE k-J oeived until bgtuiday tho tl,h instant, a > o'clock e. M.. for putting a tin root on the Udd fellow.’ building. All mat,-rial, will ho luimshed by tb»l>uilding Association. Cash upon completion of tho work, t or particu lars apply ut the office of tho Secrotury. By order of tho board. WM. li. DAVENPORT. Secretary of Eureka 0. V. It. Association. Eureka, Nov. .March H, lkT.j. iu.'-td CWECK LOHtT JAST EVEN1NH—ABOl'T TOWN-AN J Eureka Consolidated cheek, drawn on .-an r ranciscu, lor *U4 7i>. All parties are cautioned against iiogotiaiing lor tho sumo a. payment lias been slopped. The fmd r will receive a liberal reward bv returning it In NEli, Alt i.EiiD. Eureka, Alarcn 11. 1S7.». mliil-lw" NOTICE. 'P1IK UNDKIISIONED l« iBiiijfi® 1 prupur.d tugivo lustruc- INlW.VIUoIC i! lions, at the rule of One 1- ■oakgs-- 1 Hollar per l.c.aon, to pupils desiring to learn tho following lustru ments, vis: Cornet, Alio, Baiitono, tenor or tuba. Music furuishod for parades, funo Kiiroka, March 4th. ** mbAdii/ MONEY S MARKET, FRANK MONEY, Proprietor, South Alaio struct, oppositu the Udu Eoll.iw.' new hall, WOULD ItESl’KCTH LLY announce that he will keep constantly on huutl at (he above market the best BEEP, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, 8AUSACE, And everythin* Han uaually found in ■ firH claaa nmrkot I’ricoa an rmiaouttblo ua any euUbliahment In the city. ’ MEATS, WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL I M^TWholesale orders delivered to custom ers free of charge within ten miles of town, j jya-tf I _mtscellaneo cm. A GRAND BALL WILL BE GIVEN AT MINERS’ UNION HALL, ON RUBY BILL, -BY Mrs. "Will. Colnon -ox— Wednesday Evening, April lit Mrs. will, colnon will my® grand ball at Minora’ Union llalloniL night of April ill, to which u cordial h,, lion is extend 'd lo all her friends andtl,. ■ aens of Eureka. Ruby Hill and other i,hi ‘ I ho following gentluuien have kindly Con.T cd to act as the COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS; WmCongdon Alec Nixon J Robinson Matt Coyle Suiu Totter \\ ij Miller Wm Jones X J Frmulin John McGinnis I'nt Kayes Rein Atkins TICKETS.. mb-td SAN FRANCISCO STORE! Maw St., »iow tiik Vahkir Iloisr. JOHN SHINDLER, - • PROPRIETOR CKI.UNG OCT AT a (1KEAT KACk! 0 lien, my entire stock of Ub.VTS' Clothing and Furnishing Goods. The sale is imperative—to make room',' the i.iiiuoiiso stoca oi Suiurnr (iuui. n.„ ready for shipment in New Vork .i,j I- ruueisco, Slid to arrive h. r« in thirty dm 1 o insure this 1 will sell For Lest than San Franciuo Cor.: The I.ADIKft’ DEPARTMENT must .l„ bo cio*ud out. luce* no object frunj merinos at 7*» cent* per yard and oraryihtng el*e m proportion. Tli * good* to arrive nro the choice from f},( beet importing Uou--c* of' .\ew Vork arxl >aB l riiiici«co and Were xol.cL« d wuh greater by the mo*t com potent judge*. 1 would oj* peel ally invite tin* lade* o'Ktir. ka to rail and convince ik molvc* of the tr mondoii* *aci itice at whic h 1 cun Belling tii the irooci* in their dupartnomt. nib -tf JUlLN >UINDLKH. THIONLT CLOTHING HOUSE IN EUREKA! .Inke Colin A 13ro. COMPARE PRICES AISI CONVINCE YOURSELVES! \t'E OFFER ru n FNTU FSTM K, H >> l lie AULT 1 limit IIA la, u prices so low as tu iLiluue ovoij hour lu to* chase tlrcir CLOTHING k FURNISHING GOGS! At Jako Cohn A Ert'i mur OKO. A. TKlMHl.lt. A. O..ICTItT»W« TRIMBLE & SNETSINGIi WIIOLMAI.lt AMD ItKTAiU VKALr KS IS GROCERIES, 9 Provisions, Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts. Buttor, Eggs, Mlners'SupplI** —AfiD— j General Merchandise 1?HK8II FRUITS RECEIVED DAlLt] . direct from Column OrcUaida. Remember the place: Woodruff A Knnf'.,', old stand. Main street, Kuroka. I,1J FASHIUXAbLE TAILORING .P H K t!NDER!SMNKI> BRRS-JI J. leave to inform the citizens ol Ra" Ij r.ika and vicinity that be has just sr- If rived Irotii ?an f raneiscu with a splon--*^ did ussuruoebt of CLOTHS OF THE LATEST PATE® And has opened a first-rlass Tailoring E'1'^' lishuient ia Murohy’s iiuot and .'be" two doors south of the stage Ulbee. » street. Ail Work Ouaranteeed • —ANI>— PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! EDWARD CASE};, August Blit. lb?*. *“ Notice of Removal* Iimi TO INFORM MY NUMEK'ji triends, and the public generally.10 (y snail remove tuy present business mw; j Fellows’Hall building, as soon HsceinP'** In the nioantinie, to save expense el ing my stock, I will sell, ut the old stan I.' ( erything ia the grocery or provision l'"., not cost. SAM. UORDaiO ■ *• mt-lia