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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
.SATURDAY, MARCH 20. I»7S. AGENTS. W. R. WILSON.Pioche DOCTOR CTSHULZE.Ruby Hill W. K. GRIFFIN....I’alisiK'o A. M. HORNE.Austin r. STARR.Hamilton MV RON ANGEL.No. ill% California ntroet. Room 15, is Solo Agent foT the Eureka Daily Skstinkl in San Francisco. Persons in that aity having businoss with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. ClIARTZ is authorised to receive sub acriptions for the Sotiskl and collect for th* same in this town. All persons in Eu reka owing for subscriptions will make payment to hiin. THE QUACKERY BII.I. The Sacramento Union-Record says the following in relation to tlio Quack ery bill passed at the last session of our State Legislature: “The Nevada I.eg • islature passed the bill to prevent medical quackery, but whether it will be anything more than a dead letter upon the statute books remains to be seen. There is no practical reason why quackery should not bo put down, Ms a matter of fact, but judgiug from experience in this State the suppres sion of it is a business that does not flourish. We have, indeed, heard of a oase where a quack, threatened with proceedings for malpractice, averted the danger by setting up the man lie bail injured in the same lucrative busi ness. California has been a perfect Quack's Paradise, and we are inclined to think that it can to-day exhibit a larger percentage of these imposters than is to be found in any other part of the Union. Should the Nevada law t>e enforced, the consequence prob *bly will be the importation of all the charlatans to our borders, and as we have enough rogues of this kind al ready, the consummation is not to be wished, save in so f.ir as it may stiinu late our public to demand similar re formative legislation next Winter.” Our Sacramento cotemporary is need lessly alarmed in regard to tlie effects ef the enforcement of the law above re ferred to, for medical diplomas are too easily and cheaply ootaitied to cause any serious Interruption in the busi of any Sagebrush quack. Two weeks’ time and the price of a dozen yellow covered novels are all that is required to obtain the requisite sheepskin and the killing business goes on as usual. There is an institution in the Kast that is reaping quite a harvest from the Nevada pill pedlars,.and if the editor of the Uniou-Record desires to come over here to practice medicine, we will agree to remove any legal impediment for the price of a year’s subscription to the Sentinel. We opposed the passage of the bill because we did not believe it would effect the purpose designated in its title, and the result has more than justified our predictions. EXECUTION OF VAsqiKZ. Our disnatches inform us of tlie exe cution of Vasquez. The noted bandit is no more. He has paid the penalty imposed by an earthly tribunal for his crimes and has gone to render an ac count to Him from whose decisions there is no appeal, and whose judg ments are recorded in the book of eter nity. In his last moments he com mitted his greatest sin, for that he died with a lie upon his lips is almost be yond the possibility of a doubt. Such was the closing scene in the drama of the life of one of the most noted ami dan gerous villians that ever contributed a page in the criminal history of the Golden State. Wet does the Brevities man of the Alta go all the way up to the Eu reka Sentinel after an item about the Louisville Library and tiie Civil Bights bill, when lie might have found the same item several days before in the News—where' it originated? Does an article acquire additional value from the iaot that it is stolen?— Oakland Jfews. It is said that a crime, when ac knowledged, is more than half expiat • 1. The item above teferred to was taken from under the Sentinel's standing header of “Stealings." We like to call tilings by their right iiatnes, and therefore prater that caption to the more polite ones of “Gleanings,” ‘‘Brevities," “Tailings,” and “Jot tings,” under which some of our ex changes do their pilfering. No City Gambling License.—The gamblers in Virginia City are highly elated over the discovery of a defect in the amendment to the city charter passed by the last Legislature, which imposes a city license upon tanking games. The general act, which is now a law, repeals all acts and parts of acts in conflict with It, and became a law after the approval of the bill amending the city charter, therefore it is claimed that the city can not impose a license on gambling as provided by the amended charter, and the Enterprise aays this opinion is held by some ol the best lawyers in the city. — .. ■ UOl'I.KMAX. An Rngiixh judge has recently de fined “gentleman" as a term which “includes anybody who lias nothing to do and is outside the workhouse.’’— Exchange. The Nevada status designates such persons as vagrants, and if the law was enforced a goodly number ol these “gentlemen” would not long And themselves “outside the work house.” iNsTnrcriONs have not yet been re ceived at tiie Carson Mint lor tiie coin ing of twenty-cent pieces. Mr. Craw ford, the superintendent, announce* his intention of presenting the first piece of that denomination to Senator J. P. Jones, the originator of the idea of making a coin of that kind. i\ e suggest that lie present tiie second one to President Grant. lie'll accept it. STEAM NUN. Avrps, formerly of th.i Inland Um pire in White Pine, is now the manag ing man of the Los Angeles Evening Exp rex*. I. C. Bateman, formerly of Austin and liureka, was in Columbus on the 13!h instant. He is one of tiie trustees of the Northern Belle Mining Compa ny, of that place. It is reiwrted that another case of small-pox has made its appearance at tiie Wells Fargo mine, in Virginia City. Dr. A. B. Nixon and Judge T. B. Mc Farland left Sacramento for Carson City, on the 10th instant, to attend the trial of a suit for damages brought against the Central Pacific Railroad Company liv a man who claims to have been injured by an accident at or near Wadsworth, about two years and eight months ago. The Carson Appeal says: “The idea of tlie members of ihe Tennessee Legis lature voting for Andy Johnson for nothing is as absurd as lying for green backs at thirty days when the truth commands goid coin on delivery.” flon. C. K. Do Long has been invit ed to deliver a lecture on Japan before the Pacific Coast Pioneers of Virginia City. A silver-bearing quartz ledge seven feet in width has been struck on the hill west of Carson City. The ore as says from $10 to $40to the ton. The Indians north of Camp M -Der mil are represented ur being sullen and disposed to shun tlie whites. This conduct is interpreted by those famil iar with the Indian character as an in dication of war. Some of tha young people of Austin arc talking ot organizing a Thespian ■Society. If they want to uet along smoothly, we recommend them to se loot only such pieces as are represented by star characters. “His Axtellency” is win' the Gen tiles of Utah call the lately-appointed Governor, S. H. Axtell. The Pioidie people, at the recent election, voted, by a majority of lgs, to levy the special school lax author by an act of the Legislature. A mill builder named Doc. Sltaw fa tally stabbed hunseif, on the loth in statit, at the Banner mill, near True kee, whilo laboring under an attack of deli fill m tremens. Chrr’es Perkins, an old resident ol Virg naiCt.iy, committed smc.de at a house on the Divide, last Wednesday evening. Matrimonial troubles, foi lowed by excessive drinking was the cause. Deceased was 44 years of age and a ntlive of New Brunswick. They are about organizing an “and treating” society at Virginia City. “Sweated” twenty-doliar pieces are in circiilali >n at Virginia Uity. Some of them are as much as six dollars be low the standard. Held to Answer.—The examina tion of Alpheos Italian), charged with stealing two horses belong.ng to the Manhattan Company, was concluded oil Saturday night last at 1*2 o’clock, and le.lilted in the deli ndant being held over in the sum of $1,(XI0. This case has created a good deal of inter est, tho court-room being crowded during the examination, which occu pied two days. The case is a peculiar one, and rests emirely on the testi mony of the main witness forth* prosecution, Joseph Williams,and that of tile defendant himself and his unde, a Mr. Carroll, with whom lie lives at Kasl Gate. The Carroll ranch adjoin the stock range of Mr. Itireliiin, of Keese lliver, and the latter having missed sundry animals, thought lie had good reason to believe they were stolen hy Ballard, aided and alietted by old man Canoil. He therefore employed Joe Wi liams as a detective, and the latter succeeded, after a long stay in the neighborhood ot the Car roll family, in convincing them that lie, Williams, was a thief, utul thus gained their confidence. When the Manhattan horses, running on Mr. Birchim’s range, were stolen, Wil liams, thinking lie had proof enough, made the matter known lo Mr. Bir ehim anti through him to the author ities, This, in short, is Wil iams’ tes timony. Ballard and Carroll contra dicted this, as a ma’ter of course, ami Mr. Mavenbaiim, in his plea hi fore Judge I.ogHn last Saturday evening, tried hard lo make it appear that Wil liams himself had stolen the horses, and that tiio whole tiling w as a job put up hy Mr. Birchun to drive Car roll from the range. This is a pretty rough charge, especially if, as we have been told, Mr. Birchim could have bought that place for some $100 if he had wanted It, before Carroll went there. Those charges, or rumors, hav ing been spread before the examina tion commenced, taken in connection with the fact that Mallard is quite a young (nan, and has a very good look ing young wife, who was present dur ing the examination, created what we might call a Ballard jiaiiv, comprising all tite enemies of Mr. Hirohim; an I. judging irom the unseemly behavior ot the crowd in the court-room, after tlie conclusion of Mr. Mayeiihaum’s argument, they are pretty numerous. District Attorney Anderson became quite excited at this conduct of the audience, and styled them *• rabble a harsh term, perhaps, but not alto gether undeserved. Ballard and fam ily left for their home at Hast (date this morning, lie having furnished the requisite bonis. Obi man Carroll, John Frost and T. VV. Triplett are his securities.—Reveille. THE KILIJKd or PKKtmnf. The Inyo Jndepemlent of tlie 13:h in»t. contains the following concern ing the recent fatal aifray at Darwin City: The stage 1 isf evening came in load ed with pas4-n e s from whom we learn that about I o’clock on the day previous (Thursday), a difficulty <o ciirrod between 8. Ashim anil a young Mt avonian mined N. Por.tsicli, which ended in the instant death of the latter at the hands of Ash in. Three shots, j it not more, were lire 1, one directly through Perasieh’s head, another j through the body and a third in the hand. At the same time, the |ar:iicr ot ihe deceased, named II. Petrovich, received a shot through the left hand, but hy whom tired does not ap pe: r. It would fecin, however, that others besides these were engaged. Of the particulars we will, pending the legal investigation to-day. only say that a'l the principals had lately nr rived from Piinainint, where deceased till kept a restaurant and Ashim a store, and that tho fatal diffi culty originated from some business in itters transacted at that place. Fur ther than this we can not sav as ye.. Timm being no officer in Darwin, the citizens requested Xed Iled.ly to se lect Mich help as lie thought proper, and bring Ashim to this place, which he (I d, arriving, as stated, by last night's stage. Petrovich and a num ber of others, more or less concerned, come at the same time, an I we suppose tho mam facts can l>e ascertained to day. _ EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [special to tub daily sentinel.] The Floods In I’cnnsy 1 vnnla — lee <«urtfes-The Worst Xut Vet. JSUNiiruY, l’a., March 18. The ice broke here last evening and went over the dam, but before the great gorge between here and Danville came. The latter started soon sfter, bringing with it several bridges and tearing away the public bridge be tween here anil the island and knock ing one span out ot the other bridge. Tlte Northumberland Kailroad bridge is safe, having been heavily loaded with coal cars. Pittston, Pn., March 18. The loss by the Hood here exceeds half a mill on. The ice is again gorged at l’an-om, three miles above here, to i height of UO feet. The gorge extends j up the liver about live miles. The I.clngh Valley Kailroad track is com pletely cov ered with ice six lect deep. Many miners here have stopped work, being unable lo ship coal. No train have reached here either way as yet. The greatest, nnxie'y is felt as to the el feet of .he movement of the gorge when the weather moderates. Scntsi'RY, l’a.. March IS. The prospects helo.v Watsonton, on the west branch, are about the same this evening. The town is in no din ger but the farms below are Hooded and the river is running through the fields. Columbia. Pa., March 18. The ice in the Misqne'unii.a here be gan running out this afternoon at 8 o’.-,ock this evening. It c rried away the winding bridge of Tidewater Canal at VVrightsonville. It also moved a pier of the Columbia bridge, rendering it impossible for trains to cioss. The ice and water have consid erably damaged the tracks ol the Penn sylvania Kailroad west of here. Ice is pile 1 on llie track, delaying trains and cutting down telegraph poles. At Marietta the tow path of the canal was torn out and a number of boats stranded on tlie Pennsylv auia Kail road Company’s track. Wn.KESBARRK, Pam March IS. The river is falling siowly till- alter noon, and is now nearly two feet be low yesterday. For live miles below here the ice is jammed in a solid mass, (treat fears are felt at Kingston lest another ri-e entry tlie water through the cemetery and come down on the tow n, in which event the loss w ill be very great. It will lake ten days to clear the la-high railroad of ice, should the water fall and lliere be no further rise. Severe Snow Muriel* in Iiihh nml JI Inn sola - It.ice Horse lur Sim Francisco-A Illacls Hills Mvluile. Cuk’aoo, March IS. Dispat lies report a fearful snow storm yesterday throughout Iowa and Min nesota, stopping tho railroad trains and causing gloat inconvenience and delay to t ra' el of all description. A St. Paul dispatch says all the rail roads have been blockaded since Mon day night, and the telegraph has been tiie only means of communication with the oulside world. Messrs. McCord and Malone, of I lie Fashion stables, San Francisco, are in this city with about a dozen line trot ters, recently purchased in Kentucky, to be taken to Sail Francisco. Several of them are intended for.I. It. Keene’s stables. Nearly all the lot are capable of trotting in the thirties, and taken as a whole they are said to lie tho finest lot of l orscs ever brought here. They leave for San Francisco this evening. The i'l tliuiie says: “ Eph. Witcher and Charley Collins, who arrived here a few days ago to organize a company for tiie lilac k Hills, left unexpectedly on Monday evening, after having se cured live dollars each from between live and six hundred persons eager lo go to the new El Dorado.” The latte Massacre of Americans In ■exlro -The Kin in a Mining Kuit —Assistant Treasurer. Washington. March IS. The mission of I ho United States steamer Saranac to Acapulco is merely to ascertain the cireuinslnncos of t lie massacre of Americans some weeks ago. and to protect the in eiest of American citizens of that and other ports on t he Western Coast. No hos tile movements aie con.cmi lated. The Emma Mining Company is re quired to give $'),onu in bonds lor costs m tiie suit against Senator N ewart, Trenor W. l’ark and Ilenrv Baxter, to recover $>,0^0,000 paid them for the mine. The Sena*o confirmed the nomina tion of Albert U. Wyman to lie As sis aol Treasurer at Washington, \ ice Ijeroy Tuttle resigned. School Matters-The Money Market. Nkw York, March I!*. The Herman massmecing yesterday evening a< the Cooper Insti me, to pro le- against the proposal in the (Soil'd of Education to expunge tho in-true i n of tho Herman language from the p ildie schools, was, in po ut of num bers and enthusiasm. a Mimw. The action of tho trustees of Roman Catholic schools, in asking fora share! of the lieneflls of public schools, 1ms In en received with surprise liy many members of the hoard. Vicar General Quinn slates that, under tlie adminis tration of the late mayor, Havemeyer, not a dollar could he obtained for their support, and the trustees despaired of obtaining any assistance from the pres ent corporations. The expense of maintaining parochial schools amount ed to about 9250,000 per annum, exclu sive of school buildings, which had al ready cost between $2,000,000 and $.(, 000.000. The number of children at tending these schools amounts to about 00,000, assigned to about fifty schools. The Timrx' money article this morn ing says: The hank statement on Sat urday is expected to show the contin ued locking up process of the gold clique; hut tlie cause being artificial, it is not likely to accomplish the object sought. Great efforts will lie made to get the reserve of hanks heimv the le gal limit by keeping about $10,000,000 of gold otf the market. The present tactics of the gold clique. If continued much longer, wil’ result in increasing largely the supply of gold at ibis point. Already gold is pouring in from Cali fornia, and more is on Its way from France and Knrope. It is estimated that $12,000,000in coin has arrived here from San Francisco since January 1st from al! sources, and the tranks are likely to gain gold in future, and the gold clique may learn to their sorrow that tlie time for a gold famine in tills country is not near at hand. Heelln; of the Bon thol tern of the Northern I’Hcilic Itnilronil. Nkw York. March 1!>. A numerously attended meeting of the bondholders of the Northern Pn eilie Railroad was held here yesterday. An eneouraydntr statement from Presi dent Cass was received, and. after con siderable discussion, the follow imr pre amble and resolution was adopted: Wukkkas. The Board ot Directors of the Northern Pacific Railroad Com pany expresses confidence, confirmed by lime and invest ijation. ill the (Treat merits and final success of the North ern Pacific Railroad in the most ex tended meaning of these words; and Wiikkkas, Said hoard lias reported to this mertiiur that, in their judgment, the earnest anil eflicient aid ot t olid holders is essential to the early re sumption of [lie work of construction, and that with such aid and sup| ort as the bondholders can wi-elyand safely ci v e it, it is possible to proceed w ith the work of construction at an early day. Therefore. Itmotrcil, That the chairman of this meeting appoint a committee of -even to confer with the Directors ot the Northern Pacific Railroad Company ii recard to its manaccniciit and the present and future interest* ofiis I ond holders, ami that they report at some future meeting. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA. Gigantic I ra nits llisron rnl. San Fkancisio, March 10. The Finance Committee of the Boar of Supervisors held a meeting !av night to reopen their investigation inti the acts of the late Lieet.se t ol eeoi Buckley. Black, a member of i In committee, testified regarding altera iions discovered on the cash book, l>\ which one hundred Chinese licen-cs. at $10 each, w ere not carried into foot ings and had not been paid into tin Treasury. Kind Ninnier, ex 1 input v License Collector, testified that the al lerations mentionc 1 were ordered lit Buckley, and that Buckley received the money but did not pay it over. Witness mentioned a great number ol similar accounts and testified to Buck ley olfering him and Ilellriegel, an other deplllv, <1 i nell to leave tin country. ilellriegel, being sworn, corroborated Niemici’s testimony, and tliouglil that, under Buckley’s admin ist ration, t he cil y w as sw indled out of between jjtaO.Ot ti and $100,OtX) a year. I le detailed a great number of install ces in w n.cli licenses to large nnintin:. had been collected and ue\craccnunutl lor. Ttie committee then adjourned. Know Slides In l tali. Sai.t I.akh C ity, March 1$. A snow slide al Liberty, Ogden Val ley, yesterday, destroyed a house oc cupied by a family of six persons named Burt. Five were taken on' badly injured. One child was not found. .Many slides have oecuried in Little Cottonwood Canyon, destioving much ranch property, but no lne.s were lost. Vasques—Me Makes a .Slalcmcnl. bnt Denies that lie is Guilty o. Murder. s.\n Josh, Cal., March 10. On Wednesday evening VaMiuez made a long statement and dictated an address to society and bis lormer as sociates. He still claims that lie ha never been guilty of murder, but last ened the guilt of the murder al Trcs Finns on Lei\a and Gonzales. Fast night his i-ottio was show u him, wlien he remaiked " That’s way up.” lie continues apparently cool aul uncon cerned. Drowned In I lie Dnjr. San Fua'I'IM'O. March 10. Yesterday a man named Thomas II. Cuslmie, an employe of the Pacific Mail Company, while swimmiiiK in tlie hay near 11 uliter’s Point, was ob served by parlies on shore to throw up his bunds and sink. The body lias not yet been n covered. ICxeeiillon of Viisqnrr. San Francisco, March 10. The exeeu ion .it Yasquez took place today accord.Mu to previous nrrali|(e uiellls. lCverythiti(! passed oil' quiet ly. Ya-qucz tnaiiiitiined bis compos ure to ibe last, lie made no cont'es ! sion. but denied bavins been (riiilty ol I murder. At 1:So I*. M. Ibe drop iell. I le died " i ii.illt a si rii|!|xle. The body will be delivered to liis friends and Iniried in tlie Catholic cemetery at Santa C lara. Ecnrv. In Kuroi a, March la. In llio vvi o of John ! MoAvo', « *0X1-11 i iiuails. DTT D. sr-—•----—: In Quid lllll, March 17. I hallo* Per'im, a native of Mow omn-.vick, u^. d IU yours. MI SC ELL A EEC US. CORRESPONDENCE. Llkkka, March 15,1875. Mr. AA'm. Brnny: Dear >ir: We, the undersigned, citizen* of Eurei a and Kuby llill, having listened with pleasure on many occasions to your success fill efforts in the lyric art, and knowing yo »r willingness to volunteer your services on all occasions, even W tho detriment of yo r own legitimate business, feel desirous of showing our appreciation of the many pUa«ant mo ments ww have t>**sed under the sound of your voice, respectfully big leave to tender you a complim* **ary testiimniirl, to take I lace at your earliest convenience. Hoping this will meet your emiro appro* bntion. wo remain respectfully yours, Mrs Frank V idton. l ittle Lulu, Frank AA il ton, F C liayiie,.bob \omg, Harry Eytting*, Sr., H T Hidden -member* of the W iiion 'Iroupe—D H ball, '1 hos Wren, Sam Hold* stone, biram Johnson, Wm A Hurley, " in II Davenport, J M Kellogg, A bishop, <»co 'lliaehor A to,, (apt Atm M boll, I avid M Stcindler, O Dunk el, T A Alocb, L Bulich. <* U Martin, .Stwbailie, A Moore, J F Smith, .iast’owio, Win t abjobn, Deo I ackard, l' I* D.r see, J YV Keice, K Buckirghm, John Nngl \'1 hoiuj«* Kennedy, Chas li s obb,.l C l’»:well, Henry Kind, Loger McM-o any, Felix • arert. Win (1 ulitord, II bi-hop, 11 b Stoker, N A Chandk®, D Stiinger, A li*nediet. Kubkk i, March 1», 1>75. lion Tin■» H’ron, I> 11 Hull, Judge Dnven 1 ort. Dr bi-hop, S Stringer, N A Chan dler, Mr and Mrs Wilton, Capt W Bel*, and otlu r friends: AViili surprise 1 have read your very flat tering note* and although, as you say, l have appeared upon tho lyric stage on all ©eens ions when. 1 thought yiy li uni bio services were required in a good'cause, out, bHieve me, without any tliouget ot pecuniary ad vantage to nivsep', but knowing the sincerity of your kiwi off r. wi h p» ide l accept your proposal, and will namoS A 11 HD A V FA F.N l .M'i next lor th ; occasion. 1 e assured that everything vriil h • done to make this the en tertainment of the season, uespectiully yo irs, AYM. BENNY. uililS NOTICE. Scaled Proposals WILL BE HEOKIYKH AT THE 01 ?T lieu of tbn County Clerk up to nu<l in cluUiiiic tlie >ili day of April, lh7">, tor fui nishing all liueesBary supplied lor Lure*a county, dt.ch as Wocd, Oil, Stationery, Etc. Tbo Roanl of County Commisionnrs re servu the li^ht to reject an; or all !*'. ii. U A', \H N < 1.1 k. I*y L. MOLl.s KLLI, !>eputy Clerk. Eureka, Nov.,March 18, I'Te. n.hl til Patronize HOME MAXFFACTIRES ! Giiroy Cigars and Tobaccos! MAXVFACTl’RED BY TIIE Consolidated Tobacco Co., —OF — CALIFORNIA GROWN TOBACCO! A FT LI, LIXE OF TUB ABOVE GOODS constantly on band uud lor ?alo —AT— San Francisco Prices! Freight added, by Geo. Thacker & Co. f<-20-lm-ia PEOF. CAVANAUGHS D AliCir-'G school. \I.l, THE MODE TIN DANCES, 1- A N < Y round,nnd nundrillo ta glit An « «•*>. uiuMic, Jolt-gtiding w a.\, in winch th j • r eei poetry ol inoti»n i« ac ini* *d by m’ioIiii* learning under tLo Iuitiou of ibis old relia ble teacher. , Tho >cbool will h»> open db IlKSDAtJ* and V K i D A Y, at 7 o'clock, fe.’itf fi.Ol . X C. CAVANAl'H 1!. AUNT HANNAH Has HFUFIYED, AND IS CONSTANT lv* receiving. PaiIIcm' Triwun Iiil; anil IliiLilo l.acc. Mcm Mi h ol l. i I4t»<i‘ t iiin in*.I i’olliirt, mill oilier Aiti dvft loo .\ii«ai«*r4ia<» to HcuUou. I have nl.*o i» large assort non t of (8KNT>* N fiCK-Tl KS Y NDBd- A FAK, oVKK ALLS. JUMPKHS, K’tXV, ETC.. which I willtlisposi of at tho lo.vost possible pri(,o. mh'klm AUNT HANNAH CURLEY. HIRAM JOHNSON, Whulesule anil lletail Dottier in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES -AND Provisions ! Butter and Eggs a Specialty. C'lilcftgo IInhim nikI llr«‘Mliffi*t hacon. augur cured, always unhand. IVTwo doors oortb of Dan. Morgan's, or Main struct. a pin F. D. DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, n POST OFFICE, 3UKEKA. WATCHES AN 0 Cl,0( KS HE PAlhfcD with ncarnosa ami dispatch All kinds of hard solder jowt*lr> work done in workmanlike manner ■*i| e-noNidlllg in the latest style. N. P —Particular attention to all watch* vnrl . and satisfaction ir -mrantood. d2tf ilEffER LIVERY art SALE STABLE! North Main Stroot, Eureka. WM. SWEENEY, Proprietor. 'I’ll IS N EW RSTAHEISHMEN f IS NOW 1 sui idied with the finest nilSitJ' Tl'nlll* nml Saddle II or new To bo lifol in the country, i Homo* * rimmed by the day or weak at refi omihle rutos. loeeil _MISCELL A NEO US. PURIM BALL! A OKAND FA.\CY DRESS BALE Will bo Given by (bo Eureka Literary and Social Club -AT BICELOW’S HALL. —UN— MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 22,1*73. Tickets to be bad of th ■> Committee* fc23-lm D. NATHAN. A GRAND BALL WILL BE GIVEN AT MINERS’ UNION HALL, ON EVBY HILL, -BY 3Ii*s. "Will. Colnon, -ON Wednesday Evening, April 7th. Mrs. will. cn.NVN will oive a gland bail ut Minus’ I i.ion I'ali m tbo i, isli lot April Till, in wtiivl u muliul ii.vim. linn is exti mil il n. all Ii i lin-nds si ii il,c , ji _ /cns nl' hnri'ka, l.nby bill ami oilier | lums. I In* follow ii sr gentlemen Imvo kindly coiifu.il i d to tut us i he COMMITTEE OF Al’.RANfJEMENTS: Win ( fingdon Alec Nixon .1 Uobinson Mutt Coyle Sum i otter U E Miilrr W in Jones N J F tuuklin Jobu Mediums I nthijis tioin All ins TICK l:TW.. 0« l or-ale at Meyers*stere. and at tLo Tur ner iioiixe, in Eureka. nilii-til UEAL ESTATE FCR SALE or RENT. FCR SALC ! A in\ KlJANt; IK 1>1M ( |» Sprir* trot t. tt litJ'ii.tM; ill rot* rt tin? in d cel lar; rooms lively •< ini'Led. title pu i t. i'l’ir**. t)«*UO UO. FOR TALE CR EEKT! A mVELMMMK'l SK. tomb of (lit* 1 ivsbylei in ti t liUit h, con tail ii v four vot>d looms; water in loo Loose aim house in vend re] air. rcn illhi TWO«('»n !< FA*! 1 •>> 1 “I STi»! VS:it bl» ck «»»•! <* iff the i dd 1 elfows* new builUlLf For particulars «»t the above ni ply to K. 1;. M i l.bh* , Air« i»t mhi-tf Oil ice with \V. it. hurreb. TEE OKLV CLGTIil MC KCL’CE i IN EEKEKA! Jake Cohn A lho. COMPARE PRICES AM COKVIKCE YCIT.ECLV ES! WKoriKI! <IR I NTIITSK ll\ I'M >> III,. MVI llilklt IMk,il I nces so low us to induce evxi) Lou) to joi* chaso their CLOTHING & FLF.KISKIKGCCCCS At lake Cohn A Bro't* mi-If | JUST ARRIVED AT J. STRAUS' :jewelry emporium, In WrllM. Fnrjf« A i «’w BiiIIiII"*' .Unin Mlrrrt. KnrrkM, nl'Gl'ENINUN’S STOP-WATCH, fi. Uol.D STAll nutik. K. Ai.D A li X wHtli, I NTKl'.N.I- fru TD'NAL wHli'b. J. STODPAhl watili. I ACT1H watel.H Al/LUAW mill hl.d h.\ wulcb. , mb7-tl-!|> J. S-TJIAI S, Jewol*1' Ranch, Cattle and Town Propel FOR SAI-K) rpEN .Mil. IX Norm H 1 iDown »« •• 111 kh.a.v.'Jif; ‘h. i- Mi.itablo lor u vegetable ai d nuir) ^ rive tide* are under a good i i< U-t'h live Heron more under cultivation* u.ilK-liUuxe, uud atone dwelling! *’un. ,l(. seven room*; forty head ol Ciilile,»'* , |W, in»r and dairy •itemil*; two horn* » . ^ net* of hut no**. tSntfceient tang® fatiuJ hundred In ad of cattle, with a nevoi atr* am ol r. unit a witter. f i,cir<> Al-oler fttle, a houfe *uituldoI*» ■. ,1(f tng-uou*» or fulouu, *ilu*t d mat u n i.ay jard, in Kureka. 'the ,uJ .-old either together or t-eratat;*. «'1 ftj, caul,. Ai pli to 11 1 ‘Kuril' \t tho Antelope kdiautau'* mWMm — Notice. ,rIlTlli HAVING Till.- DAY I * intWBWl ..t P. I*. Kwtrrlry inh ,r,*jrlltrJ kiiown m* “Pan ’a I i lr- ill, al Iiiii'l anil Chirr .IriH't", I will I' K duct ilie buiho bu.«ini>?H at lly I I'M Eureka, Kwt., Feb. 9,187A. * ftil1 1 I