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SOSEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
THURSDAY, OITOBKR 28, 1»». ktt-.—mrr - ~a- '— -«--*» aubhtr. W. R. WILSON..-.Pioche DOCTOR C. SHUL/E...Ruby Hill WILL N. RABBina-.Palisade A. M. HORNE...Austin T. STARR.-.-.Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON.Tybo CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42S Montgomery street, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily SmtTntKi. in San Francisco. Persons in that •Ity having business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CHART/ is authorised to receive sub scriptions for the Snirntuci. and collect for the same in this town. All persons ih Eu reka owing for subscriptions will make payment to him. THE NEWS. Owing to the storm, tbe wires of the Western Union Company were yester day prostrated in all directions. Late in the evening they got to working, but so much private business had ac cumulated at various points that we were unable to get anything, save a few brief items from the west. What we have, however, Is interesting, as it relates to the situation at Virginia City, tbe point of greatest interest, just at this time, in the whole range of tele graphic communication. It will be seen that arrangements are to be made for the early resumption of operations on the Virginia Consolidated. The total loss by Monday's tire isestimated to be between three and four millions, which is much less than many bad supposed it to be. rOl WTY 11 YA Kt'E. We publish to-day the joint quar terly report of the Auditor and Trea surer. Without going fully iniodetails, it occur* to ua from the hasty glance we have given.the report, that the county in in a sound condition. Exclu sive of the outstanding bonds, which amount lo $22,500, the total indehted * ness of the county is only about $40,000 This sum will be, of course, materially reduced when the Fail taxes shall have been paid in. It is therefore fair to aasume, we think, that the debt of the oounty, including bonds and all, will fall below $50,000 at the beginning of the new year. Last January we owed about $80,000. A reduction in our lia bilities of 30,000 is thus shown under the present administration. We have employed round figures, and the offi cial showing may of course differ somewhat from our estimates, though we believe they are rather over than under the mark. Our youug comply is one of the very healthiest in%the State, pecuniarily speaking, and, inas much as it is constantly growing in wealth and population, the lime (ran not be far distant when we will be en tirely ont of debt. With continued economy another year will cmne pretty n ar placing us on an even footing with the world. A CHOCTAW STATE PAPEE. The Choctaw Indiana, like the Cher okaea, have a Territorial Government, which thay conduct after their own faahion. in a quiet and orderly manner. The Capital of the nation is Chapla Tampa, where the Legislature meets, and to which, on the 9tb instant, Cole man Coca, thair Governor, delivered hia annual message. He recommends the adoption of the colored people, formerly held as slaves by the Choc taws, and now living within tha limits of tba nation, giving them equal rights with the Choctaw citizens, ex cept in regard to the soil, in that they are allowed only forty acres of land each, in accordance with the terms of the the treaty of 1806. He recommends placing the public schools entirely under the control of the National Council, including children of white persona not citizens. He ia opposed to the admission of any bands of white men as merchants or miners, and hopes the people of the United states will let the Cboctawa alone to enjoy their rights Id their own way. He says the crops are sufficient for the wsnta of the* people, and much better than for years past. It the tribes could all be brought under the subjection of civil government, as proposed by Cap tain Boudinot, hat which the wild In dians have nnltorinly spurned, how much better it would be for them. KotDingHDOi more tnorougniy to •batter one's confidence in outward ap pears acae than to see a young man, •tad in the height of fesbion, saunter into a crowded restaurant, pull off bis kids, languidly seat himself at a table, consult the bill of fere, and then imme diately afterward to bear the waiter’s jroios ringing out in the magic words, 41 One plate of bash and a glass of wa ter.” __ The treasure shipments overland from Mao Francesco by express during the past week, aggregate $1,000,000 in gold coin, besides silver coin and silv er ban, the whole aggregating upwards of $1,300,000. Tbia heavy export of tbs precious metals eastward is exclusive of large daily shipments made through the United States mails, aud of which no record is obtainsbls. The precious metal production of the West for 1879, wiil closely approach $180,000,000, against $78,000,000 for Iasi year. The must of tbia gain will be in Nevada, but Arisons. New Mexico, Colorado and Utah will aid consider ably in the advance. ikfi.atiox. Inflation i« now at its height. There is in this country a circulation at this moment of $769,840.119 in paper money, which in round numbers is: two mill ions more than In 1874 ; 29 millions more than in i873 ;40 millions more than in 1872 ; 58 millions more than in 1871 ; 86 millions more than in 1870 : 63 millions more than in 1869 ; 91 mill ions more than In in 1868 ; 76 millions more than in 1867 ; 71 millions mo~e than in 1806; 141 millions more than in 1865 ; 167 millions moretlian in 1864; 482 millions more than in 1863 ; 437 millions more than'in 1862 ; 591 mill ions than in 1861. It is a curious fact that, notwithstanding the great in crease in the volume of the currency legal tenders have steadily advanced in the direction of par year afer year. This is a nut for the financial doctors to tackle. _____ _ Shooting at Elko.—On Sunday last in Elko, C. C. Melius, acting Cor oner, started in to provide for hiinsel( a job by taking a shot at Deputy Sher Iff D. Banks. The row occurred about $3.50 due from Banks to Melius. The shot fired by Melius struck Frank Brierly, a lad of fourteen years, in the cheek inflicting a frightful wound. Melius was drunk, and Banks testifies that be had not blood in his eye. Of course he will be acquitted. Fihe at Rkno.—Quite a destructive fire occurred among tire family re«i dences at Reno, last Monday evening. Five buddings were destroyed, estim ated to be worth about $2o,000. Fol lowing are the sufferers: Geo. Schaffer, W. T. Frank, Dr. Bishop. ( brother of A. C. of ours), Mr. Jami son and Mr. Hagerman. Some of the buildings were the finest in Reno. The following trotters have beaten 2 :18 : Goldsiniili Maid, 2:14, bred in New Jersey or New York; American Girl, 2:16^, bred in New York ; Lulu. 2:15, bred in Kentucky; Occident, 2:16'?i, bred in California; Dexter, 2 : 17?4, bred in New York ; Gloater, 2 : 17, bred in New York. Flora Tern pie is now in her thirty first year, and from all appearance> has no idea of tackling “ celestial oats" for some time to come. ■TEA 1.1 SUN. O. H. Pnrdy, Secretary ol the Grand Lodge ol Masons of Idaho Territory, has received a coininuuicalinn from the Secretary of Keystone Lodge, No. K19, A. F. <fe A. M., Chicago, stating that one Edmond Rnnayne, a Past Master of the latter lodge, is traveling through the Country delivering lee ures and working in public on the three symbolic degrees of Masonry. The miscreant was expelled from all the rights and privileges of the order, by reason of unniasoniu conduct, and lakes this execiable method to “get even.” The report of the Auditor of Elko County, published in the Independent, of the 21st inst., reflects credit upon the management of the county finances. The revenue to lie de rived from all sources for the present fiscal year will liquidate the entire floating debt, leaving a surplus ot $12,000 or $15,000 to meet current ex penses for the remainder ot the year. After squaring up all interest ac counts, the redemption fund will re ceive an unusual beuefit also. A miner naineu wmiam terry, working in tbe Savage mine, was badly scalded Sunday, under tbe fol lowing circumstances: He was de scending the incline upon the Co nisnche, and was lowered a little fuither than is customary, 'his feel and legs entering the water at the bot tom. The water was so hot that it took all tbe skin off his left leg from the knee down, and badly scalded-tbe right leg and foot. One hundred inches of water were struck in tbe Virginia Consolidated last Monday. It is thought that it will soon exhaust itself. One bun dred and twenty-five men had to be temporarily dismissed until the water Is placed under control. Tbe Syndicate Mining Company baa been incorporated for the pur pose of working in the Bodi District, Mono county. Tbe trnstees are John J. Valentine, John Skae, An drew Baird, H. M. Yerrington and W. Hall. Tbe amount of capital stock is $3,000,000, in 50,000 sbares. Tim. O’Brien, a miner In the 1,000 toot level of tbe Itn|>erial, iiad his left band severely crushed by a falling rock, ou Saturday. The index finger was almost severed at the first Joint, and the thumb and middle finger badly crushed. George I. Lammon, Ous Ash. and J, D. Baldwin, all prominent Reputt lican politicians of Virginia Oiiy, got into a quarrel the other day about old scores, and all were arrested and taken to the lock-up. On Monday li. II. Watts damaged one of his bands by Jumping from u moving train of oars near Gold Hill. latst Saturday T. E. Finch fell from a step-ladder at Gold Hill, and broke Ills arm ill two plaoes. Judge M. H. Robinson, an early set tier of Gold Hill, aud the first Justice of tbe Peace in that flourishing burg, died in Oakland, on the 24th hist. lie leaves a wile and daughter in Gold Hill. On Saturday a rock weighing over1 100 pounds fell from a height of six teel upon tlie head, shoulders and hack of John Rankin, a miner upon the 1,300-foot level of the Consolidated Virginia mine, and hurt Him so much that he was unable to walk home. William S. Harlow, late local of tlie Oakland Sew*, has been appointed to a deputyshjp in tlie oRi-ie of the Sheriff of Alameda county, California. John W. Mackey, tlie “king of the Comstock,” formerly worked m a tun nel at Nevada .City, Cal., for §4 per day. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. The Feeling on the Street-Further Particulars of the llritlulN Fire —The Fire In the Opliir Shaft Hoisting Works liir the t'on. Virginia—Miscellaneous Keports. San Kkanciscxi, Oct. 27. The feeling on the street this morn ing is better tiian yesterday, and there is less disposition to magnify tlie dis aster. Contradictory reports are still Hoatiug about concerning the tire in the Opliir shaft; some professingto be lieve that tlie damage is known by in siders to be much greater tiian is ad inittcd. Tlie most authentic informa (ion, however, is that the shaft hua suDered no material injury. It is reported on apparently good authority that the new hoisting works ot the Lady Washington mine, which are similar in power an<t pattern to those of tlie Con. Virginia, will tie se> up on the latter mine without de'ay. I'lie works are now oil Hie Lady Wash ington grounds, but not yet in position, and can lie madeavailable on the Con. Virginia in a very short time. Well informed parties state oonDdentalR that the Con. Virginia will pay Die dollars dividend lor two or three months, until under full headway again. No definite advices have been received yet as to tlie extent of the damage to the several mining prop erties. Tlie total loss by the Dre is now placed at from $3,tX)o,009 to $4,000,000. On the street this morning stocks stood about as follows: Rest and Belcher, $10; Cun. Virginia, $2.riO; Gould and Curry, $20; Hale and Nor cross, $34; Opliir, $43; Savage, $S5. BORN. liureka, Oct. 27—Wifo ol Win. Marlin, twin —daughter*. .’ioche, Oct. 20—Wifeof Ike Phillips, a daugh ter. Carron, C'ct. 24—Wifo of Evan David, a daughter. deiifont, '*ct. 21—Wife of James Mitchell a da ighter. DIED. Oakland, Cal., 0«t 24-Samuel H. liobinson. u' Hold 11111. agod u0 yeat*. Virginia, Oct. 24- idilli, daughter of John and futhonne Kinsman, aged it years am. h month*. NEW TO-DA Y. It. SAULlK & CO. Eureka, Nevada, —AND— Hamilton, Nevada, ARETilE AUTHORIZED agents t< I«ku tire riflk* at regular ratoa in the lot following coinpanittrt: Londoi Assurance Corporation, • Croaa A Co., General Agent* British American Assurance Com pany, St Louis Insurance Company, K. It. Irwin A Co.. General Agent'. Humboldt,Newark, N. J., Insurance Company, Citizens', of Missouri, Insurance Company, Mississippi Valley, of Memphis, Tennessee, New Orleans Insurance Company, Karnaworth A Clark, General Agent., oattf REMEMBER! THE CHEAPEST CLOTH NC STORE IN EUREKA ! Jake Cohn & Bro., WILL CONTINUE TO SELL THEIR mamaioth atock of FALL AND WINTER CL0THIN8! Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Boots, Hats, and Blankets, ““AT— Unprecedentedly Low Figures! DEFT COMPETITION! o28-tfJ. COHN A RRO. DELINQUENT NOTICE. TO J. L. WATE.W AND STEWART KlNGSliUitY: Y'«u anil each of you are b >roby notified that I hare performed labor on tbo Poormau mine, ailuntuon bullion Hill. Cortez Mining Di.tuet, Eureka County, Ne vada, to tbo aoiount of 47,lkJU, more than ant Ocinnt to roinidy witb the Act of the t'ongreaa 01 the United State, of May 10th, 1 -7J, in re lation to mining cluiuia held by joint owner.; and you ami each of you are re iuired to per form your ebart of aaid amount ot labor or pay tli" undor-ign -d th»rolur, or your, inter oat in >a<d mine will become my property, ac cording to law. JAMES LARA WAY. Cortac Mining Diatriet, October 2 Id, 1S75. 027lliu NEW TO-DAY. JOINT STATEMENT Of the Auditor and Treasurer of Eureka County, Nevada, for the Quarter Ending October 2,1875. Balance in treasury, July 5. 1875... $12,717 22 Received from personal property tax.,... «.24l 22 Received from mining tax. 7,221 23 Received from delinquent tax, 1871, 414 7u Received from general licensi. 4.513 «• • Received frtmi gaming licenses. 2,25» 00 Received from District Court fees.. 138 00 Received from poll tax. 1,' 80 (HI Received from Justi. es court tines. 1 8 00 Received rout Dishict Court tines.. 261 50 Received from toll roids. 7 87 Received from Sheriff return 'd costs for conveying insane io asylum.... 170 00 $36,113 00 Dlnbtirftemeaita. Paid from State Fund.$3,551 08 Paid from Deneral Fund.... 0.1*2 45 . aid from I lost ital Fund . 1, 28 25 i aid from Contingent Fund 1,642 7 * aid from School fund. 5f0JU 11 Paid from D. J. Salary Fund... 871 08 Paid from I olice Fund. 100 00 Paid from Current Expense Fund. 3,511 55 Paid from hire rund. 513 08 . aid from Treasurer’s sal ary Fund. 000 00-522,703 1» Balance on hund...$13,10 > 81 Balance remaining in tho several Funds: In State Fund.$3.25*2 17 In (Jeueral Fund. 716 13 In Contigent FuinJ. 204 12 in Hospital Fund. 357 31 in School Fund.... 4.36.5 88 in D. J. Salary r uiid. 0,iM)o 00 in i olice Fund. RE -H in Cur ent Exp-use Fund. 2.701 20 In Fire fund. 1 3 22 In Treasury Salary i unu.. 1. 87 *;8 Total..$13,16.1 81 Audited 4 InlniH lupaiU. Payable from (leneral Fund.i 0, *88 0) Payable Irwin Routing* lit Fund. 9,546 71 Payable ipcia nospuai land. 1.504 87 Outstanding Rond*. 0d 00 61,-*20 o7 Amount applicable to liquidation ol sauin. 1,3*7 56 Total county debt. 62,' 32 II L'upaid allowance* on i olice Fund, $1,5.50 00 Wo hereby certify the f.regoing to be tin* correct and true condition of the feasury o. r.ureka comry, Nevada, at this date. Eureka. Nevada, Uetober 2, 187 i. R. L. CHASE, Auditor. W. A. MUV 16 dlhuV, Treason r, o28 By D. II. Immku. Deputy LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the i < sthki h e ai r.ureka, Nevada, on tb«*2>th day o Coluber, lh7J. Person* calling or any ot tlie-e letter* will please say “Adwrtised Ccti Oer27, 187#.” I.tt.lle*' Mat. % Anderson Mips Zoe Brady Mr* Warron * j Llackner Mr* John Larp< r Mr* Ella i Hutchinson Mr* Ai Ki igbl *>©•«» i.ope/. Mary Alain Mrs Alary daraelle* AlrsC A Sun h Aii->oihie Thompson n#i*M S W e lister Mr* Alary Urulleinraa n l.tai. Anderson Tho* An*oni< P Amlerson Jauies Llo«»fiifie»d G H .ird V l# liuebniiun W m uaker W A Laron n II uxt r Lba* Liown J K B cknur (*on llmnatt.i C o*e r r *ddy hoeae •> uliui .»runet> J«>* t OOk •la* Cunningham John Coiiory Al Laid r.vood U A Carlton liC Carrot! H W ( atneron • ha* D heb Tnardi A bv»* Ja- W band 1 red bodg on John bavi» D J'Ooilu W Ai ny i*r J L Emery 1, wi* T 2 Ely A b Epp* Maniu i rank John '1 oarel Jus Fowl r K 1* Toisr Ed Eatloy 11 S (•rutin J 11 Gil s J I# Gem hart Trvlor (iougon Nelson Grunt r Nam Al Hu e Win lioti Conrad • cimb.irg E linn I* A ilocy Alat Hi>o*eJ A Ivoy.lames lnni»Jaa Jenkin* Alfred Jones Win 8 • me* J E done* John W •lone* Rich O 2 Keenan -#outi Kn hi Jo* Enin J F Lewi* I rof Leruiu C Mmbery u 11 Alartin Levi Ala g ntil uohn Aiartm JohnC Moore I L Aloorebrr Alai n.thau John Aloribon 11 J Mulcab.v Mii\e Aid b*et)wen Me La ghlin 1 E McLean i» II Neuman A C Owens (•old P Pro^oer .'ilvor Peter I* S Benticost 1 bos Prioi dose K Perry J V 11 Phi so. •• Di AI W Prat: W 11 Hamifo N a. loo A J av< n-cro t K 2 Bo so Timothy Roberta o 11 Richmond N l» Eoora J W Kyner-on W S Smith Sam Sharp M A Mimh J W Stub bin* B F Sr it/ 1 W S c tti G 2 Smith Sam (1 Sharp M A Smith J W Sander* J B M«dnb« ck Fred >»maro L 11 Smith Win Jones Smith J L Simmons Frank l ackuherry John S Tadaday Jolii Tet**r 1) W 'I rmiihath John Thompson Luther W Tinker Warren W ilaon .las W hito T J Wolfe Ben Wedekind Geo Walker 1 at Web. r Killian rorelgn I.InI. Parson* calling for uny of the following lot tor* will please say “Foreign, Advertised.” Koti Adnry Parker Tho* 2 BaryTho* Bowman Airs La boll ft Ohauinugne Jo 2 Caeaar Jas tolls Johu 1 niton I red Giliospio R Gilmour 1 ho* liurv. y iamei llopi- in* Jenkin Harry Henry Hocking Jas Johnson J Ji Aloore J C Alckay John AlcVe> Win AicL nnan \\ J Ale Lend John I) McDonald M A AlcMsster Alias A Purdy David Pryor Bennett Rogers Goo ll Rondeau Jo* Stone W Stinson J H Smith Jos William* i.ieh ovAC Al. WILSON. P. AL LADIES’ SOCIAL PARTY! TO BE GIVEN BY T U E LiDIKt, AT BIGELOW’S HALL, -ON Tlmraday Evening, Or*, as, 1S75. FLOOR MAX AO EPS: John McDougaU Al. rsingor, W. II. Clnrk, Clay Minnie. Tckets...Three Dollars. O'AiUi Blachsmith Shop For Sale! f WILL SELL AT A BAKUAIN MV I BLACKS ‘I iTH SIIOI*. *hol..t ha.\ii lert front, ami tbo building i« :J) by AO fe. I. with 1J foot walla. 1 have two coinploro .i t of loot. Which 1 will .all with the |.rui>utt ■ If de-irud by the purrbnaer. Apply at onto on the premisua, or at i.cilly A Lockwood’. Office. o«Ul ED. CHAKBONNO. MISCELL A NEGUS. 830,000 RACE ! FOOL SELLING ON THE BIG FOUR-MILE RACE ! I WILL SELL POOLS AT THE PALACE SALOON on the !• our-Mile and Repent i»ace, which cornea off at the liny District Course, infi>au *runcisco, on the lith of Go vern her. Selling to Commence on the Even ing of November Uth. I have made arrangements to have the heat-, position *f Inn sop, time, etc., tel*, graphed during the race. o27td LUniE t CLARK. The Best Board In Town! PER WEEK, $7. AT K E M P’S, Opposite tho Richmond Furnuce. af ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. O'(DEUEL) THAT ALL RILLS AUAISfST Eureka County must be til d with the » ounty ’lork before the first Mundav of each month, fully itonii/.*>«i, and stating by whom ord red; otherwise they will be iunl over un til the next succeeding month, td K 11. HAlcMON. Clerk. J. B. KEEN, Veterinary Surgeon. Having had s7 yfahs> experience, 1 feel confid* nt in inv ability to treat *ue«*•■•fully all di*ea*e* peculiar to HORSES, MU LK8 and CATTLB. 1 can be found at Hi«hop & Carp ntei’g «table, op South Main Ptroet. o24tf NEW JEWELRY STORE. F. STELEH, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER rPAKE8 THIS METHOD OF IN’. 1 tunning the people of Eureka and vicinity that he ha- opened a First-Class Jewelry Store, With an Elegant Stock of FINE DIAMONDS ! Ladies' and Gentlemen's American, English and Swiss Gold and Silver Watches ! A well selected stock of FINK JEWELRY, LADIES' Ol'EitA HI ALD ai l N ECK CHAINS; A Do, Uenth in<*n’* VEST and (IFAI.Ii ('ll HNS, mil a i l.sE SioCK Of >UL1DS1LVEUM Ai.E, French and American Clocks! \llffyh-. All «f the above K« guarantee t« be »f the Dort Quality, and *ai rant* d a* rep re«ont**d. I'lea«e rail at hi* new place at Levin A -din»»n'ji Cigar t«*r •. two door* below .Mey ■r* \ Franklin'*, and examine hi* g<»< «D !»• f-re foireh’Ming wD-vh-re, m* hi* Mo'to i«. “Ul l' l\ SALE--* and SMALL i’MM1 !T*.W 5i. li.—Wat* h * cleaned and repaired and varmutwi ror on** year. Diamond Settun:* and Jewelry Made to order; aDo. Jewelry neatly repaired. All order * from the country promptly nt tended to. Je5 Eureka Drug Store! Sftl D»»r In VOIN. Fnrjfo A ( Ihlirr. \Vli«‘r** run b<* fuund Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicioes of all Kinds, Perfumery ami Toilet Artie1**" or AS.I. Itl.NIM*. Careful attention given to the preparation of PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, Having had a praetieal knowledge* in thisliu for more than twenty-five yearn, apjntt F. J. SCHNEIDEK, Druggiat. Sweeney’s Stables ! The Most Extensive Livery IN THE STATE ! —THK — Fashion ami the Dexter! Twn«'»u>|>|ptc KatnlillahmnUa USD Ell OSE MA SA (JEM EXT ! cai'im.e BOMsn. no. O git**, Carriage*, ltocka nray*, M agon., etc., in entile** variety! I 4,.. gagM Horse* BoQfht and Sold I Ind ugeneral livory business conductod in all of hs branches. Having obtained a pernmnent I *nso of the ''nshion Stable- Walsh's old stand 1 will in • he future run the same in connection with the Usster Livery, Fe* d and tMud 8t*blo. 'toth establi*bnienfs will be open for busi ness day and night. '1 he finest stock and turnout** in America alwuys on band. Hive in* a call. SVVKFNhY. ir-tf__ Closing Out at Cost. BK1NO HKSIIOHS of TllfiliOroilLY renovating, roi airing and enlarging our ■* ore before th° • obi weather sets ii we have determined to Cose ouf during tUr present eonih our entire Mock of goods A'1 LOST. I his is no idle assertion, as people will be ab mdantlv convinced ny calling to exaint < our prices. '1 he goods comprise an s*sori* •nert as complete and ♦ ad.innuble n* any *ver brought to this market, mid we assure our friends and the public generally that we are prepared now to offer better food uf low r prievs thuii was ever before presented '•i tbi* State. Now is the lime to secure good b mains by calling at our store. South Main street, opposite Odd Fellows’ new building. AUNT HANNAH, o2tf MISS UASKY. Eureka »nd Palisade TELEGRAPH COMPANY. '•flier In liulKhl A KIiivc'k IlnlUllnar, Corner Main mill llalriiinn *ia. 'I’ELKtllt AMS TH.WSM ITT ED IHHE'T I to San I ranciaco, Og'k n anti all interior point.. Reliable connection* with all point* in the Ea.tern and Southern State., and by Atlantio Cable with England, Franco and Uorutany, ALr. MORRISON, Manager, Eureka, MISCELLANEOUS. NEW YORK STOReT IV JEW GOODS -AT Bedrock Prices! GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES! dry goods Direct from -.Now York. My good. centre,, a nico uml olegnrt a**ortment of the chuicvat Dress (i o o d * ! LADIES’ KEADY-MADE SUITS. and LADIES’ TRIMMED HATS. REAL HAIR SWITCHES, 11 AIR CURLS, Ac. Together with a full a**ortment of Cil Cloth*, Matting, Ac.' 1 I will well good* for CASH OXI.Y and win th>-r.;Jore sell ut DED-ivCCK RhlcEs. (iivo mo a call and be convinced, U-ID ■». u. FARNKn, TO GRAIN DEALERS -AND T E A >1 S TE R S. BARLEY CRACKED To order ut tho EUREKA MILL, .Soulb Mam S'rcet, in fr< nt of Aria* Kurauw. auli.laeliiia IlMraulrnl. Wood Sawed to Order TERMS CASH. ol7-lm J. HARMOS. Criterion Dancing Academy. '•Ml F 1N0K SKiNKI) TAK K S 1 tin* m t!i'«i of informing iIjm p41b- -*) »«• th <t li«‘ kit* xrrniiK*tl t«> ifi-itute / » Pairing A.n lt ii.) nt C» FIKi.luN t \ ii \. i., <*oiiiiit« iii iitg immediately. bue.-t.Lj v i i I i*l*o b • giv ii ut i ( |»\ 111 bL. rii g i- flic ortW of tM|ii<>f). At l.uby 111 i I ~^i»<*tiluy ami 1 Ii .j mtlay erea* At K rcka—T ueMlny ami Friday ever* Ifl K*. i.m<:»«*n of Kurcba will bo given .>.it in thn niiciriMM.n of cadi i in** nay m •! I -Ht'.nb-y a ternoon* w ill b.? <b*vof<d t»* . Ini ir n. 1 bo laio.'t tlmo**.- Hindu h *i**-cinlt>, bo-ion- giv it ii tb * Firm.an'* (;t.atliiile, lior*.* .-iiraio.Mt "'alt/. b«*«ton l>ip, and ah tlie |>oi»oUr dance* oi tb.* Jay. " ill n|.«*n in l>rt‘k»» on Tl K.-I>AY bYLN* 1 Nt». t'do'*v;i Hilt, ut * o'clock. olHf Ul'HTOX. YOI’NG’S CONFECTIONER Y! /"MV IMIS, KIT II s. MTS A.MH'ii.M K< \y liu.Ni i.^ iiiaiKifart r«‘<i by ui>*u‘f, at I tb** n**4f I'onfWtion*. r> .-tore, on Main Street, two doors south cf Ashiiu Eros. No Old lm;or cd Confcc'ionery! All Ccnietucneiy Manufactured by Myself. i diet orrosirioH! M. \«d Mb JOE PILCER, —OF TUB— San Francisco Shirt Factory, lla* arrived here attain, to Take Orders and Measures for First-class Fitting Sbirts. lla* alao b l«-«' B»‘orta)«nt of XT n J c l* w c a i- * M hi, b bo will root ire order* lor. Inquire ut Whl.l.S, FAKUU * f't/’S oflieo. • "1111 LUMBER. LUMBER. The California Lumber Co. rs Now IN I I 1.1. BLAST. WITH A 1 gotti assortment of Lumber, Bhinglei, Boor Sa ,&c., And in prepared to fill order, for any amount of lumber as low as the lowest, feafitf CALIFORNIA LIMUKR CO. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. TELECRAP. MONEY ORDERS. r.MIIS COMPANY IS_PREPARED T(J I trans it money by telegraph * , : I . fit- < li the I’aritU Coast, and r«' all r 1 • ii» cities and towns throughout the I utes. For term*. ai>|dy to Local Age* '* jcA-jf______—-—■ WANTKD. BHH FOR DKLIVE IN<l TWO W dred and titty cold* of "'•Kl"’':' •nixed mahogany amt pine, at th" h “ l)V at th« timber yard wood to bo t«,r .Jj tli- com: any. i ull amount to b<> ‘H'.* j rf()I. within 10 nay,. Lids will ho roouu _w.h. uKYK^'iii F. 1). DURKEE, Watchmaker and Jeweler, POoTOFFICE, •il'llEKA. — WATCHES AM* CLOCKS HE; . . PAIIIKI* w.ib nratne,, an J '• i t All kind, of hard ro !*or , * „r, 0_Swork done in workmanlike muo n|M.>Mountl»K in the latoat rty N. B.—Particular attenthin to nil work, and eatinfaotiun *uaranteud.