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THIRMUY. AFKII. 29. 1*2*. A«E»T». W. R. WILSON..Pioche DOCTOR C. SUUL/.K.Ruby Hill WILL N. RABBITTSu.Palisade A. M. HORNE.. Austin T. STARR.-.Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON.-.Tybo CHAS. W. CRARB, at No. 421 Montgomery street, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily Ikstiskl in San Penncisco. Persons in tnat «ity haring business with this office are re guested to communicate with him ALF. CHART'S is authorized to receive sub ■criptions for the Skstiski, and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka owing for subscriptions will make payment to him. HEW STUCK BOARD. Arrangements have been completed for the organization of a new Stock Board In San Francisco, to be com posed of gentlemen of extensive cap ital,- large business connections and high social standing. E. J. Baldwin is to be the president, and among its charter members are mentioned the names of James M. McDonald, of the Pacific Bank; Mr. Kellogg, of the Mer. chants’ Exchange; N. K. Masten, G C. Hickok, of Hickok A Spear; YVm. M. Dent, Goneral Dodge, Robert Sher wood, David Fay, 8eth Cook, and twenty or thirty others, all wealthy men and extensive mining operators Forty memberships will constitute the original organization, and the maxi mum number is limited to eighty. Each charter member will contribute •5 ,000, thus furnishing a cash capital of $200,000 to commence with. Mem bers will be privileged to send repre sentatives into the board to attend to their business, when unable to attend themselves, and other rules of the or ganization will differ materially with those of the old board. The San Fran cisco Stock and Exchange Board lias long enjoyed a monopoly of the min ing brokerage business upon this coast, and has grown into a powerful organi zation, and as a natural consequence has pursued its operations more with a view to the pecuniary interest of its individual members than to facilitate legitimate operations in stocks, for which purpose it was ostensibly or ganized, and the want of an opposi tion board, composed of members of wealth, character and standing has long been felt upon this coast. The “ Little Board ” organized some two years ago, did not meet the require ments. It was composed mainly of men of limited means and credit, who could not successfully cope with the wealthy members of the old board, and instead of being a cheek upon that organization it has been merely a picker-up of the crumbs which fell from the table of its opulent neighbor. The new board, however, will, supply the want. It will possess the confi dence of the mining community and insure a safe channel for the transac tion of legitimate stock operations, giv ing a fresh impetus to the business of mining upon the coast. HELD TO ANtiWEK. A dispatch from Winnemucca in forms us that J. W. Rover, after a ion/ and searching examination before a Justice of the Peace, has been held to answer before the Grand Jury of Hum boldt couuty for the murder of J. N. Sharpe at the Rabbit-Hole sulphur minos. The Silver State of last Mon day gives a full report of the evidence of F. J. McWorthy, the prosecuting witness, and also of Sheriff Nash. Their testimony, although entirely circumstantial, is very conclusive against the prisoner; one of the strong est points being that the tracks leading from the camp where Rover was ar rested to the place where a portion of the body was found, correspond pre cisely with the boots worn by the ac cused. McWorthy was subjected to a very rigid cross-examination by de fondant’s counsel, who failed, however, to shake his evidence in any essential point. Rover maintains that he is the viotim of a job put up by MoVVorthy, who is himself the murderer of Sharpe, and that bis fears ot the prosecuting witness restrained him from exposing the murder at the time of its occur rence. The oorroborati ve testi m ony of Sheriff Mash, however, goes far to wards sustaining Me Worthy’s evi dence, and the probabilities are that an indictment will bo found against the prisoner.__ Another Brooklyn Scandal.— Rev. George R. Woodward is the party of the first part in the last Brooklyn scandal. He has indignantly thrown up bis pastorate of the Evergreen Methodist Church, because his con gregation aocused him of perpetrating five separate and distinct whoppers; one of which was that when lie paid his butcher’s bill he said he than ked God that he didn’t owe another cent, whereas he owed a Mr. Darling $1 50. The reverend gentleman has bad one of the members of the church arrested for libel, and has instructed his lawyer to commence civil suits against four more.__ Theodore Tilton has been Invited to deliver the Fourth of July address at Morrlsville, Vermont, and Beecher will doubtless receive a similar invita tion from Salt Lake. Arthur B. Barrett, the newly elected mayor of St. Louis, died last Saturday pf Inflammation of the bowels. j ASD WHAT WILL COME OF IT ? Tills is the seventeenth week of the great Beecher scandal case. Four months and one week, with fair I prospects of continning half as long again it) the taking of testimony alone. Then the attorneys are expected to oc cupy four or five days each in pre senting their respective views to the jury; so that it is not probable that the final end will be reached much belore the warm days of July. And what is to be the upshot of the whole matter T This is the question that agi tates the minds of those who have taken the trouble to wade through the testimony day after day (luring the progress of this remarkable trial. Al most every person lias arrived at a conclusion of some kind on the sub ject. A vast majority of the peop.e, especially on this coast, believe im plicitly in Beecher’s guilt. There are some very intelligent persons, how ever, who still swear by the Plymouth pastor. It can not be denied that Beecher was a good witness for him self. We are only afraid that he told bis story too well; that he did protest too much, and possibly admitted too much. His counsel went to great trouble, summoning a crowd of wit nesses to prove that no interview took plat* between Beecher and Mrs. Moul ton on the 2d of June, but in his vol untary examination he admitted that such an interview did take place, only changing its dale. He admitted Mrs. Moulton giving him “ a kiss of inspir ation ” on his forehead, when in her bouse he was bowed down with pain and anguish, and when she testified she begged iter husband in her gracious womanly charity to “Give the old man another chance.” Mrs. Moulton was the best witness produced by either side; there was no doubting her truth. Her simple, earnest, quiet man ner, her virtuous bearing, her ex quisite modesty, carried conviction with them. Beecher's refutation of the damag ing array of points made against him by all of the witnesses on the other side, was broad, general, close, direct and particular. By his testimony the whole case was narrowed down to one of veracity between himself and the half-dozen or more witnesses; and we are compelled to admit that his case is weakened rather than strengthened by bringing it to this issue. For we must now look to the motive of each side’s testimony. Judge Tracy said in his written speech that he would establish beyond a doubt the whole case of plaintiff to be one of blackmail. He has proved nothing of the kind, scarce ly indeed raised a suspicion of it in the jury-box. Indeed Mr. Beecher swore that Moulton never asked him for mo ney lor Tilton, and that he (Beecher) was hurt that he did not, and that finding Moulton would not, went and put the money in Moulton's hands, begging him to assist Tilton’s paper with it. Mr. Beecher did not explain nor attempt to explain why he paid Bessie Turner’s large school bills, and that portion of the case remains as Moulton’s story left it. The blackmail theory not having been established—and it is absurd to oonnect Moulton and his wife with such a scheme—what was the motive of the plaintiff’s witnesses? Who knows? If one can be given, why is it not given to the jury? It is part of Mr. Beecher’s terrible position that he has the greatest motive a man can have to deny point blank every word of the charges of Tilton, Moulton, Mis Moulton, Mr. Richards, and. Mrs. Bradshaw. He must give them the lie, or be must step down and out. There is no middle course left him; lie must deny everything, and he has done it. It is his word alone, and he with a motive, against me worn oi tour or five others, some of whom have reputations for truthfulness as good as his own; some of whom have charac ters that can not be impeached, and none of whom, except Tilton, have any known motive, except that of telling the truth, for swearing away the fame and honor of the long honored defend ant. It is one man against half a dozen. But how is the great case to terinin ate? What will be the verdict of the Jury? These are hard questions to solve. The suit is for damages. Til ton alleges that he has sutfered great anguish of mind by reason of Beecher’s interference in his domestic relations. In mitigation of this it has been proven that Tilton was himself a free-lover, and therefore poss*seed no feelings to be outraged, as he sets up. Hence it is not probable that the jury, even though they should agree, will bring In any thing more than nominal damages. Con sidering the wealth and standing of the defendant and his followers, and the great outside pressure that will be brought to bear, the most likely thing is that the jury will fail to agree alto gether. Discoveries ok Copper in Utah.— One of the “biggest strikes,” it is said, ever made in Utah, except that by which the English stockholders of the Emma mine were struck, is that in the Neptune and Keinpton and the Jordan and Galena mines, \n Hinghain Can yon. These discoveries consist of a true vein ot copper ten feet wide, with ; well defined foot and hanging walls. Native copper is discernible to tlie naked eye all through ihe immense vein, says a correspondent of the Salt Lake Tribune, for which it vouches. The Neptune and Kemptnn is now shipping ten tons per day, which a\er age the company $75 per ton. In the Jordan and (Jaiena the vein is of the same widtn, and has been uncovered tor a distance of 90 feet. Shipments lrotn this mine will begin at once. The ore is easily worked, and three men can take out an average of ten tons daily. These mines surpass anything ever discovered in tho famous Lake Superior copper region, and will bring millions to the pockets of the lucky owners. It is surmised in England, although not in the best informed circles, that the red hat was accorded to Cardinal Manning as a preliminary step to his elevation to the papacy on the demise of Pio Nino. If his eminence obtains the higher dignity, the highest, of course, in Catholic opinion to lie ob tallied on earth, he will be the second English Pope, Adrian IV. being the single Englishman w ho has ever worn the triple crown. Finn at Elko.—We learn by tele graph that a lire, last Tuesday even ing, destroyed the livery stable of .1. Hu Herd and the residence and black smith shop of J. P. Hough, at Elko. The loss was about $t>,000, a portion of w hich was insured. The tire originated in the livery stable. Dividend.—The Jeflerson Silver Mining Company, Nye County, has declared a dividend of 50 cents per share. _ M'EALINUN. Charles E. Pickett, better known as Philosbpber Pickett, who was ad judged guilty of contempt by the Nil preme Court of California, about eight months and a half ago, and has since been confined in the County Jail, was released iroin custody on Thursday last. He announces now that he intends to sue every Supreme Judge, the Sher iff and all hands who had anything to do in the matter, for damages for false imprisonment. Five hundred names have been placed upon tiie black-list by mem bers of the Boarding-house Keepers’ Protective Association of Gold Hill and Virginia. These names represent indebtedness to the amount of £30,000. This association has bad the effect to drive a large number of “dead beats’’ to honest labor and as many more upon a pilgrimage of search for pastures new. A little child of George Guldens, the favorite comedian, aged two years anil two months, died of scarlet lever, at Virginia City, last Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Guldens are not only favorites with thea er goers, but are highly esteemed bv all who know them in private life. They have the sin oere sympathy of many v arm friend' to console them in their bereavement. The water at Empire City has re mained stationary for the past few days. There is Still some back water at the Mexican mill, but it has not in terfered, thus far. with the crushing of the usual amount of ore. Cold nights in the mountains are supposed to be letting the water down inure gradually than heretofore. The Belcher folks.are putting a bulk head in the 1300-foot level, between their mine and the Overman. Some of the Belcher levels were lately over flowed with water from the Overman mine, and the bulkhead is being put in to provide against any similar accident in tiie future. Last Sunday morning, a confidence man by the name of Alexander Craig, alias Morris Daley, ^ins John L. Brown, was arrested etWold Hill, lb bad escaped from llie Solano county (Cal.) jail, and there was a reward of §50 for his arrest. MIA It 1* TIIIMM—W HI I" rES WITH fclTMMMKM. Something about dogs—fleas. A dough moatic diltteulty — heavy orean. Spring is on hand Lettuce us have peas. Improving one’s time—mending the clock. It takes a pretty smart man to tell when lie Is happy. The home circle—walking around with the baby at night. What is belter than a promising young man? A paying one. When a man can’t find anything to do, he has lived long enough. Why is tiie sun like a good loal? Be cause it’s light when it rises. Question for actors—can an actor he said to work when lie plays? In what ship lias the greatest num ber of people been wrecked ? Court ship. The man who doesn't hang out his shingle and advertises dies and leaves no sign. Those who rise to eminence sudden ly aie very apt to come hack by the next train. Ba-hfulness is often like the p'ating on spoons—when it wears off it shows tiie brass. A Spanish proverhsays “A kiss with out a mustache is like an egg without salt.” When Fortune wants to let a fellow being fall liarded, she lifts him up lire highest. The spelling mania is raging. Par ties of four in the cars turn two seats facing each other and spell. Marble-tep tables are unhealthy, ac cording to the llerahl of Health, but it does not state their disease. Boss| Tweed doesn’t think the treat ment at tiie penitentiary very benign. On tiie contrary, he thinks it is 7x9. “Idiot!” exclaimed a lady, coming out of the theater, one evening as a gentleman accidentally stepped on her trading skirt. “ Which one of us?” blandi.v responded the man. Those old Greeks were pretty wise fellows In their vocabulary maiden is translated nothing, and marriage is gam non. “Why do von tise paint?” asked a violinist of his daughter. “For the same reason that you use rosin, papa.” “How’s that?” “Why, to help me draw my beau.” Nevada ice-dealers are already pre paring to double their prices next Sum mer, upon the ground that the crop will be almost entirely eaien up by the grasshoppers. A Boston lady recently left a sum of money, the in erest of which is used in providing the inmates ot the Home for Old Women and the Home for Old Men with a supply of lea. A young lady, while out walking, heard, for the first time, her mother's m ention to marry again, and she was obliged to sit right down and cry about it. She Could not go a step fariher. If George Washington himself had only been cross-examined by Judge Fullerton before lie died, we have no doubt it would have turned out that he really lied about the cherry tree after all. “ No eetin appuls in school ours,” reads a sign on the blackboard of a schoolhouse In enlightened old Massa chusetts, where education is supposed to sit on the top rail and make laces at ignorance. A subscriber to a Southwestern news paper died recently, leaving four years’ subscription unpaid. The editor ap peared a: the grave and deposited oil the coffin a palm leaf fan, a linen coa and a thermometer. A colored congregation in Dayton have decided to forgive their clergy man for betting on three card monte and losing $110 of festival money. One ot the deacons remarked: “We is all human, and de game is werry excit ing.” Mrs. Sweetly: “ But whv are you making so many dolls’ pantaloons, my dear Mrs. Jinxby.” Mrs. Jillk'by: “These are not dolls’clothes, my dear, they are for the poor frogs who go ex posed in the water all winter in our pond.” “Cut this out; it may save your life,” is the heading of an advertise ment in the Portage Jtegixter. A Port age man cut it out, pasted f in his hut, and the same day was killed by a brick which fell from the top of a build ing. A clergyman in one of our Paste: n cities was met by a needy-looking man with a flask of whisky in Ins pocket, who inquired: “Sir, is this the nearest road to the almshouse?” “No, sir.” replied the clergyman, pointing to the bottle; “ but that is.” Mary: “ Please ni’m, is it true as you’re agoing to buy a grand piano? Will it be a real grand one like they ’fl at the ’all?” Mistress: “Well, yes, Mary; I believe so, but—why?” Mary: “ You see, m’m, cos when you went out I could play it to keep the children quiet.” Garibaldi wore the traditional cos tume when he was sworn in llie I alian Parliament—a red shirt, while mantle and blue cap, embroidered with gold. When lie answered in a clear voice. “Gitiro”—"I swear”—there w as a burst oi applause and cries of bravo. Hon. Kdward Kent, ex Judge and ex Governor, tripped on “synonyme” at the great Bangor spelling match, but tie entered heartily into the laugh tliai followed. That is the way to aid the fun. A miss once in a while add' ma terially to tiie interest of these oc casions. We read in the Bible, in the 13th chapter of 1st Samuel and ltlth verse, that “There was no smith found throughout all the land ot Israel.” OI course not. All the smiths were living in this country at that tune, and they have wonderfully increased and mul tiplied since then. EASTERN DISPATC HES. By Overland Telegraph. < (HPKCIAI. TO THE PAII.T «ENTINKI..] High Water at Omaha The I'nton I'aelUc—<>en. Crook—Miscellane ous. Omaha, Neb., April 27. The Missouri river at this point Is low seventeen feet and nine inches above low water murk, at which height it lias stood since last evening, uml as tlie river is reported falling at Sioux t'itv and Yankton it will probably be gin to fall hero during this afternoon. Some anxiety Inis been felt iortiie safe ty of tlie Missouri river bridge at tlie east approach, but tlie embankment is now considered safe unless the water shouldgo still higher, ami largo ((tiaii lilies of stone are being hurried for ward on special trains from Iowa for the i urpose ol heightening the rip-rap to prepare for the worst, Mo far no property has been carried away. Tlie Union Pacific shop* and freight houses, the depots of the Omaha and Northern and Hurlington and Missouri Kail roads, and the extensive lumber yards of Poster A Uion and (J. \V. Moaglaud; the smelling works and a number o grain warehouses all stand in wa ter, but are in no immediate danger unless the channel of the river should change to the west side, which, from past exja-rieiice. Is not unlikely to fol low, in which case great distress would (a* l lie result. The track of the Kurlington and Mis souri railroad in Nebraska is consid erably damaged by the lloo.l between here and Plaitsmoulh, and a tempor ary embargo is placed upon travel by that road. The Union Pacific will have their bridges near Clreen Kiver ready for crossing to morrow noon. Gen. Crook arrived yeslordav from the w est, and assumes command of the Department of the Platte to-monow. Mecretnry Itrlnnu -Ben Butler wants to be Attorney General. Chicago, April 27. A Washington special says: The Slar says, editorially, “It is m>w said the efforts to displace Secretary Delano arise from a combined movement on the part of Senator Mitchell, of Ore gon. Hen. Ilolladay, Itufus Ingal s, and others who wanted him replaced by some perx 'i w. o w ill join them in securing to a corporal ion already form ed and in which they are interested, in the Black Hills country. The -ame special says Gen Butler is making a strong effort to secure At torney General Williams’ place, but that the chances are against him. Dinner to Carl Schuri. New York, April 27. A dinner was given this evening to ex Senator Call Scliurz by a number of prominent citizens here prior to his depai I lire for Europe on Thursday next. The banquet room was decorated with American and German Hags, while the hand discou r~od iiiu-ic d uring the even i g. Hon. Win. M. Everts presided, wnleat his right sat the guest of the evening, Hon. Carl Schurz. About 200 people were present. Executive Appointments — Miscel laneous. Washington, April 27. The President to-day appointed L. T. Thornburgh, brother of Congress man Thornburgh, of Tennessee, and Win. Maynadir, son of the late Gen eral, as paymasters in the army, to till vacancies. Aaron iiavis is- appointed Internal Revenue Guager for the First California district. Chevelier Von Prestil was to-day in troduced to the President by I lie Sec retary of State, and delivered Ins credentials as Minister Resident lrom the Netherlands. Buffiilo Gnats. Memphis, April 27. Planters are suffering great loss in horses, mules and cattle from the rav ages of Iiutl.vlo gnats. It is estimated that within tlie past ten days one hun dred thousand dollars’ worth of stock lias been killed bv them within a radius of one hundred miles. Destructive Fire. Whitkhai.l, N. Y., April 28. A (ire at Can on, last evening, de stroyed property of the value $100,000. Agent i:illutt*s Report—'The Cabinet lu Constitution I pon the Mexl ritn Outrages. Chicago, April 28. A Washington special says: spe cial Agent Kllmtt, from Alaska, is liere Mipcrvi-ing tlie pnn iug of his last re port. Tins report will confirm the im porant positions which excited so much curiosity in the scientific world, and which were so violently assaded. Kllictt man ams, for physological rea sons, that the seals will never leave Alaska, and will cnnsequeu ly always tie a source of revenue to the Govern met. Anottier dispatch says that the prin cipal subject of di cussion «t the Cali ine: nice mg to day was the situuiuni on tlie Mexican border. The otlicia. reports as to the ra ding parties were formally presented and eonsitlcrc i. They consisted of the reports received by itie l’o-tmaster General from the postmasters who have been molested, and of the rejiorts of army ollieers. these docuinenis still tan l.i c I most of tlie di-patches from tlie Mexican border. The Postmaster General snowed lliat sev eral ol Ilia ollieers have 1 een kide I. The Settre'arj of S ate maniles'.ed some re-tivene-s at tlie-e raids. It is understood that me M ixi Government had disclaimed all re qmii-ibility for those incursions. It i~ evident that If these raids are to con tinue, tlie border n ail service will, ol nece-si v, be discontinued. No formal etineliision was rc.iehed, but it was generally understood that a note of protest would soon be prepared. :o lie pre-entd to the Mexican Government as u prcliiniuurv Hi tlie prcpara'icil of a formal re 18. Mr. Jcvveil is arranging for the President all the correspondence «'f tlie I'ostollice Department on this subject. l'lie Charges Against Au.titor Clin ton. XKVV Olll.KANS, April 28. fiovernor Kellogg i« day iustructeil tlie Attorney General to ins t he aiiit against Auditor c|in:on and bis sure tes, slating that though the Senate had tailed to act on the charges preferred by tlie llou-e of Ueprc-eii a Ives, he deemed it right tlial ail imueiba'e and thorough investigation slniuld be had of any abe.od mall'ca ance on the pan of the Aiid.tor. T!i« Bcrelier T;lnl. Nkw York. April 28. The attendance at the Beecher trial to day was much smaller than usual. Mrs.'Tilton "as present in company with .Mrs. Field. The examination of General Tracy was resumed. He tes tified that he had an interview with Franklin Woodruff, in which Wood rulf-aid many people thought Moul ton should issuea card about tits rela tion with Hie Wood hull people; that, it would hurt the firm, and lie wished me to have a consultation with Mott! ion. “1 agreed to have a consultation with him. on tile understanding tiial it would not be hostile to Beecher. This was agreed to, and lie said lie would tiring Moulton around and introduce him to me, as I did not know Moul ton. Then WoodniIf referred tosome paper* in Moulton’s possession relat ing to the dilllculty, and it was iu re spect to these ami Woodruff that it was suggested scurecy should be main tained Iiv me. soon after Woodruff brought Moulton around to my nlfh-e. The subject w as referred to in regard to our previous eonversation as to w hat publication should be mude by Moul ton.” FOREIGN NEWS. London, April 28. The Prince of Wales was installed Grand- Mastei of the United Grand Lodge of Masons at Loyal Allierl Hall to day in the presence of if large con course of people. London, April 27. Paul Boynton will make another at tempt to sw im the channel. He w ill emer the water a: Ca| e Gri-nez on the French coast ami push lor Hover. The day appointed is May 27lh. London. April 28. Marquis Lavistack, a Liberal, was elected to Parliament for Bodforshire without opposition. Santandi-’.r, April 27. The last act in the settlement of the Gustave atlair will he the saluting by the ."Spanish fortification at Guetuna of tiie German flag. The German squad ron has gone to Gtietariu. tho scene of the outrage, to receive tho salute agreed on. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA. I vestigial an or the Charges *w( (Supervisor Roberta. *" San I-'rancisco, April a Yesterday afternoon an investi' tion was held on the charges nn>f»r! against Mr. Huberts, of the Hoard1 Supervisors, by Kenny, anothermJ l>er, to tlie effect that the former 53 made use of his seat in the Board , extort money from contractors bavin dealings with the city. Tile testiii,„„* failed entirely to show anv ground r tlie charges, but the Board re.-erved t decision. 11 Bureau of Information. Sacramknto, April 27 The Sacramento Bureau ..f Iniorni. tion for Immigrants is now in com’ plete working order. Circulars win" lie issued to be forwarded to the ters and Secretarin* of the gr»n™i throughout the State; also to editor, of papers and leading citizens ii...i parts of California. 1’olitlal Matters. San Francisco, April 28 The Conference Committee of th» Democratic County and Slate Centrtl Committees meet this evening at (|lt Fifteenth District Court-room. (>>„. sideraiile dissatisfaction exists in the ranks, which Is supposed to einarat, mainly from sundry office-seeker,« tlie action of tlie Compromise Coin, mittee with reference to the forty dele gates at large, which are proposed^ lie voted tor at tlie coining primary which is considered by some lobe, plan to obtain offices for a certain f»v ored few. The committee deny this ami claim tliat they are acting with, view to the success of the party and the election of good men. The party lead ers are all disposed to lie son'iewbit restive ill tlie matter. A meeting is called lor to night by II. F. Williams, It is understood to be for tlie purpose of nominating a People’s ticket, to be presented at the pol's on Saturday. MARRIED. In i.cm,, April 24, J. W . Stinson to Hi,i Siiiiie I'UII". all of <ar*i'ii City. In Kviip, April 21, A. 1\ l’otorron to 5li« Loria II. l.inb irir. DI2D. In San lraiu-i*co, April 24, Jsiuos iiriUn, a<»*d .7 y> Hr*. Xh if TO-DAY. Machine Sewer Wanted. VW<-.\1.\> WHO TllUlit liiHLV t'X UHrvtumU w«ihr,y a vowing machine, cdu tin«i v toaily omi loytiionl by n phinjrio apJPtf MUS. J. C. LtK'kWuuD. For Rent. 'THE BASEMENT l M KK THE NEW 1 t>«J:I i t>t!u«v< Half. J b‘* room i* :t*tbyk> :!'**•!, tburjn.blv tirc-|»roof'. uni suitable for storage. Apply to HpJ-'ff W. H. DAVBNPOKT. O . D U K K E L XIr.s Arrived. Imported and Domestic G-ooda! SPRING STYLES IVI LI, ARRIVE R E (; U LAR LY EVE2L1T WEES. ■ piWtf Seated Proposals \\T I LI. HE RECEIVED A 1' VUE OFFICE IV u. ill • County Clers ol E ircka re»»'J; Novndn, u]> to and incBidiiiK MO.NDAi.ll>* 71Ti tiny of .June, IK75, for f> rnt*hing n»«;uie»i aid and atiemlati-o for th»* indigent"telw Eureka county in th • Hospital, and out otto Hospital, within the limit* of tno town®* Eureka; said hid* to bo by th» tnon'b.JoMB term of one year, from Juno J*»th, •June loth. Ie7tf. .None but practicing i n> *• ciana under th ' Jaw pas* d by tb*; IWt * -ion of the Legislature of the State of >®vaa*’ uro solicited to hid. . . Hid* will also bo received »t th« • , time and place, for the care and ‘ ! each llospitul patient, per dav, whicb ■ . also include the keeping of said llospitnh furnishing the sumo with necessary TO. oth r convenience* for the comfort of to mates. . . A,. rA. i l.o Hoard of County Conimi.'lonoM »• serve* the right to r i'-ct any or all v V. II. H Al MOaN.UerK.. Eureka, Nov., April 17, Ik75, __ CALICO BALL! TO 15E GIVEN BY The O- i r 1 a» -AT DIANA HATtL NatnrilHJ Milli«. * * * * *** ^ ibs nova aptTta Are invited. __ Notice. CH TUIHING MY ThMI'UKAKY ABSEV^ It Air. J. 0. Brown will b. At in* jfioin, t indent of ibu K K ConkolbUt ^ ,o.:X?y' 'TsjjljjgL LOST! Yl/)B, .niniuu Company, Min I ha. k««“ .John V\ illihink or order. *r"iurnte. ktoi'in d. Thu finder will rA \ UliS. an27tf ‘ZZ— Attention Cuardj! F1MIEKE WILL BE A MEEMJJ* „ A 1 Eureka (iuardk, at their ain l875, » Tl.i.r«.«»y KveulMlt.April » ro ,re R at 7‘, o’clock, kbari'. .Alln‘"rd«r. requested to be present. Cailt,IB‘ V^4