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~TVEHIUY. nSl'KlBKK IAS. 11*75. . Pinithn . .Austin .Hamilton .Tybo .U Imont CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 43*Mont*omery street, is Sole Agent for thp,Euroka Daily Skmtiwkl in San Francisco. JPorsons in that eity having business with tjfis otfioe are re quested to eommunicitte with him AbF. OH AKTZ is authortted to receive suo scriptions for the SmtTiWNL and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka swing for subscriptions will make pavment to him. TO Hill AOK.V I S*. Agents o'' the Ekstmki. in outside towns will bo required hereafter to settle with the office for papers on tho FIRST OF EVERY MuNTII. This rule will be strictly en forced. Kuroka, December 17, 1875. M'HOUL BOOKS AO A IN. On Christmas morning wo briefly al luded to the recent action of the State Board of Education (n the matter of the proposed changes of text books In the public schools. We Indorsed their ac tion and promised to revert to the sub ject. We have examined into and con sidered somewhat of the matter, and we now, most unqualifiedly, commend the action of the Board upon most of the mooted questions. The matter is settled for the coming yenr and, ordi narily, would call for no farther notice at our hands; but we could not he beard before the determination of the question as we had no notice of its pendency; and our journalistic Pio Norm, of the Enterprise, uttered such pronounced and characteristically in fallible dogma concerning the proper course for the Boaid to follow, and ranted so like a very Arab when the Board declined to follow that course, scattering broadcast hastily conceived und ill-founded charges of bribery and ignorance, that we feel it our duty to put the facts before the public in tiieir true light. The Board, in the first place, sub stituted Robinson’s Arithmetic for those now in use (Eaton’s). Concern ing the advisability of this change, 'there is, we believe, no dispute. VVV .have noticed no opposition to it in the press of the State. Professor Flint, of Storey, approves it; the Enterprise in dorses Protessor Flint, and our educa tional autiiorilies in Eureka heartily .commend it. The Board also substi tuted Cornell's Geographies for the Ec lectic series now used. Concerning tills substitution, let us say that some -cliunge was absolutely necessary. The Eclectic series is simply intolerable; the system of map drawing is fal.-n; the petty attempt at one or two chap ters on physical geography is a failure, artd the latest editions, which are even now being received, are, one-half oi them, silent concerning the politico geographical re-ults of the Franco German war; the recent discoveries in Africa, and the returns of the census ol 1870; and still represent France ns an , Empire, and Florence as the capital oi < Italy. On all this Cornell’s series i« undoubtedly a great improvement, but we think the Board would have done much better in adopting Monteith’a. But it was against the McGutfcy Readers that the war was declared; it was in defense of the Pacific Coast Readers that Professor Flint put hi-' lance iu rest, and it was because of the refusal of the Board le substitute the latter series that the ire of the Enter-' prise was aroused. Now, we do «io<1 charge the editor of the Enterprise1 with entertaining the oplnkwis oon cerning the merits of Bancroft’s Read-! ers advanced In the columns of that journal. We know him to be a man ol taste and cultivation, and also a man of truth; and we know that if he had read or even glanced over the selections In Bancroft’s Readers be would never have expressed sii opinion favorable to their introduction. Now, Mcliutfey’s readers are far front perfect. The selections in the ele mentary works, particulary, might l>e greatly improved upon. Again, the .higher readers were compiled before .the war, and many grand utterance* -of Lincoln, Sumner, Whittier, Davis, of Maryland, and a score of others, which deserve to live through ail time, have found no place therein. But iet the editor of the Enterprise borrow a sixth reader trout one of th > Virginia boys, and open it where be will, and the ohanuex are ten to one that he will light on words fkmilisr from his childhood as those of the choice passages of the great masters of English poetry and prose; that he will again be transported to the school where bis own mind and taste were formed and his pen trained to the elo quent and pathetic words which so of ten adorn the columns of the Enter prise in its belter mood. Then, Jet him take a reader of tbe Bancroft series and compare, and we promise ■* he Will lay It aside in disgust. We have not the most advanced of the Pa cific coast -cries by us, bat we have read it, and we promise that it is uot one whit superior to tne next in the se ries which we now propose to refer to. In tills book there are forty-three prose selections. Among these we hud lass than a page respectively from Liuooln, E. I*. Baker aud J udge JMory, • portion of » scene from Henry IV., marred in the extracting, one of Charles Dickens’ weakest scenes, and two extracts from Prescott. Of all the other selections not one is from the pen of an author that rises above mediocrity. The poetical selections are just as ill chosen. It was impossi ble to avoid all ttie grand names glori ous in English verse, blit their uoldest efforts are passed by, tlioir weakest are chosen, and Lord Byr.rn is snubbed into five glorious lines which the ingenious editor lias by an omis sion emasculated into nonsense. But the book is more remarkable for sins of omission titan of commission. In a work intended to teach the youth of Nevada the beauties and glories of English literature, their is not one litte from Addison, Goldsmith, Hume, Gibbon, nr Macaulay: not one grand page from Motley or Bancroft; not one tender thought from Washiugto , Ir ving; tint one burst of inspiration from Burke, or Pitt, or Grattan, or Patrick Henry, or Clay, or Web ater, nr Sumner; and instead of all this, a dead level of inanities by Har riet Spofford, J. G. Holland, Mark Twain, et id omne genus. In short, the Board did right and the Judge has been imposed upon. Tnx Stamp Tax.—The Reveille has this pithy item: “At Paxton «& Curtis’ Bank there is a petition to Congress asking the repeal of the law requiring a two cent stamp to be affixed to a bank check, which is being numer ously signed. This stamp business lias been a source of constant annoy ance to us; we don’t mind the two ceuts, but it's tlie wear and tear of our tonge in licking'tho stamp. We have frequently been compelled to hire a boy to lick tiie stamps ami affix them to our checks; and we hope tlie law will be repealed and this expense saved to us.” Sknator Booth is going for the scalp of George C. Gorham, Secretary of the Senate. The Independents of that body are not very strong numerically, ami it remains to be seen whether the “one man power ’ will tie capable of accomplishing much in this instance. (The Sacramento Police Judge has fined a lawyer $10 for contempt of Court. The lawyer said the Court al ways went off “half-cocked.” HIKtUSUft. Altont the 10th of last month, nays the Elko Independent, some ot the car* of the passenger train were robbed w hltoei (hi* place, anil Deputy (Sheriff Banksnas tieen watching lor the [ter petraDtrs of t lie theft ever hi nee. He got a clue as to one of the culprits a few davs ago, and traced him 10 Galena, in, Lander cottaty, arresting him at that place. Toe prisoner, w iio gave the name of Ed. St. Clair upon hisexami naiion here yesterday, was allowed to plead guilty h> the crime of petit lar ceny, owing to (lie ali'ence of all wit nesses against him. Mr. Banks sue cerded in recovering a portion of the property stiilen from ihe cars, am *ng which was a magnitice.it gold-headed cane, which the thieves had marred in (heir efforts to separate the gold from ihe ebony stick. Mr. Larkin, who, a tew days ago, broke his leg above the ankle at the Cnii-olida'ed Virginia works, and wlm wa* attended b.v Dr. Cihcw, lias had to submit to the loss of tlteleg. .symp toms of gangrene showing themselves. Dr. McMeans and Dr. Harris were called in yesterday for conuiltatjnii. and found it necessary lo amputate the lin* b. The Virginia Chronicle of Wednesday furnisliesus the following particular': The iiamesif lUn until whose dead body was found in the Lone Star stable yes terday warming hits b-.xm asoeitained to have been Cullen. He cultivated, tin'll recently,a small farm near Kenn. This mojning his wile arrived here and took charge of the remains. Tlie Silver Eagle Gold and Silver Mining Company lias tiled a cerlitieate of incorporation w ith the Cnony Clerk of Storey. Object, to mine in the North Knickerbocker vein, oil tile Gold |iilt West ledge or lode. Capital stock, #<>, 000,000, ill tiOJHlU shares. Trustees— .James Lowery, O. Muinlell, William Lee, G. W. Hail and C. Enos. A man named Hamburger, says the Silver State of the&tt'l, who had been hi the employ of a firm at. Savannah, Georgia, and absconded with 910,<MI0 ot hi* employers’ money, passed here tins morning in charge of a detective named Kaufman, who followed him from Georgia, ami arrested him in Sail Francisco. Patrick O’Toole, employed aa a watchman el the Andes mine, dropped dead last evening about 0 o'clock. Heart disease is supposed to liavebe-m the cause of hi* dead. Decea, cd w as formerly Lieutenant of the Emmet Guard of this ciiy. He was about 51 years of age and unmarried. During 1875, 219 mining claims have been assessed, and these assessments have aggregated $11,870,000. Theclgims ilitis assessed are located in Culilorma, Nevada, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Ari zona, Mexico and British Columbia. An assessment of Ally cent* per share Is levied by the (Succor Mining Company, delinquent January 'Ot, and one of fifty cants per share by the Daney Mining Company, delinquent January Robbkd.—It appears that Congress man Woodburn is In bad luck, as wit ness the following: While three boys were playing on Eager street, near Morton alley, Balti more. on the 2thh ultimo, one tell over a garbage box, which in tumbling tbiew nut a pocket-book containing $1,200 in greenbacks. The treasure trove was banded to Marshal Gray, and the next day Congressman Wood burn, of Nevada, claimed Mie purse, but Insisted that when lost, he knew not bow, it held $2,200. None of the boys have appeared %n aak a reward. EASTERN OISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [arKOIAl. TO THB DAILY 8BNTINKL.’ Htnbbed anil Allot. Boston, Dec. 27. Moses A. Wood, in a contest with two burglars at his house in Cam bridge, yesterday morning, was stabbed three times and shot in the ab domen. i'lie burglars escaped but left $2,000 with the booty they had pock eted. Two Kulcliles. Nkw York, Dec. 27. Yesterday the Isidies of two men were found on the roadside within 500 leet of each other, near Waverl.v, New York. Both were well dressed. One had his throat cut and in his pocket was found a knife with which it is supposed he suicided, and the oili er had a pistol wound in the temple, and under his body was found an empty revolver; also, a supposed sin cide. The Turkish War. Nkw York, Dec. 27. A London telegram sa.vs a dispatch from tile seat of war in Herzegovia states that a great battle took place on Thursday last near Nitchllza. lasting nearly all day. Fititeen thousand troops were engaged. The Turkish forces claimed a decisive victory. The fighting on both sides was desperate and tiie loss severe. HubrorU am t'oniniblatnr. Chicago, Dec. 27. A Washington sjiecial says it is as serted that Babcock since bis return to this city has given ltl« time to manip ulating such testimony ns may lie hurtful to him in the pending trials. Information and evidence lien ring <>n Itis case in the Treasury anti other D- - part meets is to lie so mutilated or made away with that tiie Government cannot convict him and itis p inner in gtnlt. All criminating evidence is to be manipulated for Itis salvation, and a ded by Irientls high in office, heaven and earth are to lie moved. This is brought about by the fact that lie holds a rod of terror over the head of officials, in high standing, and threatens that if lie is not protected in his extremity at St. Louis, lie will pour iti such light on a part of the Re publican party and its laws as shall wipe the party from the lace of the earth. To justify this startling condi tion of things it is known that Bah cock was the medium through which all the deviltries of the last live vear have been brought about, and ttia< h was his hand lhat penned anti hi eyes lhat saw all tiie dispatches in the conspiracy. It wa- through his hands that ad the doco menu passed in 1*72, which en allied the Grant faction to carry the country when the Liberal move mein at one time seemed on tiie verge of success. It is the opinion of tiie friends of Balieocjt, if tie is permitted to fall, or is in any sense to be criini bated, the whole labile of the Uepuhli can |«<ty w ill lie shaken to the center. To |>revent it the highest officials in the Government and three or four promi nent Senators have been inculpated Inti llio-e who are directly nucleated have directed a damper to be put on the enthusiasm of Treasury officials, ami a cessation will lie brought sboiu upon the pending whisky campaign. It is a matter of record that, in tiie Murdock case. Bat cock wasso familiar witli the papers at Hie Treasury l)e partmen', that lie caused them to be taken from the tiles and pul od% of the reach of tiie Treasury officials. ;In this case a Government official charges that he ha- been improperly approached; that tie rejected these improper pro posals; lhat on making know n to tin Department this stain of tilings lie »»■ promptly dismissed, Hrid Ids |«per' mysteriously taken front the flies. To the flics is* one tint tiie President, or some one tiearing the President’s or tier, lias the right to approach. It was Babcock who carried on tiie the Nan Domingo begot iai ions; through BaG-ock tiie Seneca sandstone robliery came about; through Babcock the French army cases were pushed; through Bibcock that Boss Sheppard and Itis gang Hiril-t themselves into the White House, anti bankrupted the city by their thievery; through Bali cock Casey received permission to u-e a midnight order; through Babcock frauds in Hie New York Custom-hoti-e wete condoned. Tile assertion among tiie generally well informed is. that in view of llies* tacts, Hie St. Louis an thoritie* are to lie crippled, for upon Babcock's e-nape depends the salvation of men, big in Hie party, if not the party itself; anti to enforce this action Babcock Iiwm Hie combination til tile strongest men in tiie party. Tiie prob ability of the truthfulness of these sur in- e - and rumor-is baa -d in tiie main u I sin iocs lit action in 8 . Louis. It wa known that, until tiie last moment, Bristow believed in, trusted, admired and supported Henderson; that he should have changed ft out within ten hours is simply incredible to every body in this city as well as He emu try. Henderson’s speech was pro nounced by Mr. Bristow, on first read ing, as harmless ami without any such offensive construction as was after wards put Upon it. Even If General Grant is innocent, as it in alleged, lie cannot help himself now in standing Iiet ween Ids Secretary anti further ex posures. since tiie strongest powers of Ills party have I sen brought to hear to make him Interfere to put Secretary Bristow in the snomaloua position in which he i« now found, and hence cause extraordinary delay iu the Chi cago and St. Louis trial*. Denies It. Washington, Dec. 27. Mr. Marescal, the Mexican Minister, denies that he has made arrausetneuia to secure immigration into Mexico. Orawail. Lawbkncb, Mass., Deo. 27. Nettie Smith ami Ann Coni in, chi 1 dren, were drowned Christmas day, at Andover, by the breaking of the ice. BeduellAU of H uge*. Lawhbncb, Mass., Dec. 27. The Pacific Mills in this city, em ploying, 6,200 operatives, have given notice of a reduction of 10 to 15 per cent, in wages, to take effect January 1st. Owing to tlie depression in the price of print cloths this corporation announce tiiat they are obliged either to stop the looms or reduce the cost of production. After the reduction, how ever, the Pacific rates of wegee will he higher than any in the city and among the highest in the country. Methodist Third Termers. Boston, Dec. 27. At a meeting of Methodist preachers to-day efforts tailed to have placed be fore the public a paper setting fotli the views ol the meeting with reference to the third term speech of Bishop lift van. Burnt. H asTiNas, N. Y., Dec. 27. An extensive sugar refinery here burned yesterday. Doss, serious; par tially insured. FOREIGN NEWS. Nad Accident. BERNE, .Switzerland, Dec. 27. News is received here of a dread ful calamity, winch occurred in the liitle village of Hillikeii, in the Can ton of Nargan, on Saturday. I'tie Christmas festivities were being cele brated in tlie school-louse ill I lint place, when ilie flooring gave way and eighty persons were hilled and fifty more or le-s wounded. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. Held to Answer. San Francisco, Dee. 27. Louis Lasse, arrested and charged with murdering liis wife last Friday, waived an examination in the Police Court this morning and was held to answer without hail. Mrs. Lasse’s daughter, twelve years o'd, testified lo seeing Ijisse diag his wile from (lie bed by ttie hair and heat and kick her. The Coroner's jury in tin ca-e el (iii'iavu Holtz, who was run over an I Killed by a Market street car on Fri day evening, found a verdict this morn ing attributing the accident to the in experience and careless ness of tile driver of the car. The Commercial Hank, which sus pended Friday afternoon so unexpect edly and quietly, remains closed tins morning. Piiikhaiu, cashier, and Hie only man connected with the mtn-erii who seems to know anything ol it* atl'airs, declines to make any state ment to-day, but promums one t<-. morrow, and says lie luqs-s to make arrangement* t<> open in a day or two. Hi nil Pinkham an 1 Hanscoin, the pri s ident, scout at the idea of anvtbiug be ing wrong in the management of the bank, and claim that m> one will lo-e a tv h ng in ca-e of resumption. A dispatch da ed Virginia. December •24th, says: All the men working on • he 1400 foot level ol the Consolidated Virginia mine were discharged Iasi night, to the nuniiier of e-xiy or sev enty. Col. Fair sa.vs the work wa -topped on the 1400-loot level la-cause he lias not mills enough ready to han dle the ore The ore in t lie I .>00 foot lev el is kii|>erior lo that oil I lie 1400-font level, and lie can not yet get away with all hat comes from Hie ISOO-foot level, fryer »t the Hay — Mm. Hayward hues for a Divorce. San Francisco, Dee. 27. A. M. Fryer, inventor of ilie now famous process in the reduction of re fralorv ores, tills afieruooii leli this ci v, w here lie has been slopping the past week, for Crass Valley, to super intend the practical working of the in vention. During his stay Ids rooms at the Occidental have la-en hesbged hv mining im n. capitalists and others in terested, and large offers have been made li in for an interest m tlie inven tion. I'here is a very gei oral feeing of contidelioe lliat ilie | rooess i« the long-sought desideratum for working reliellious ores, and as sm h is of incal cinalile value lo Hie mining industries of tlie Pacific coast. M s. Al'inza Hayward. Iiy tier a - torneys.tlreen Curt is and 11. H. Haight, ha« ti ed a pe ilion in ilie Fun rib Ins i riel Court lor divorce. Tlicconiplauit alleges that they were married in Wis consin, January 1, 184a, and that Hay ward, w it limit cause, descried her No vember 7. 1*74; that defendant is pns sesseil of property aggregating a mm J $10,000,000, and plaintiff asks for aii nioiiy pending the suit, lee», costs and an equitable division of Hie estate, flaywaid, by W. If. I,. Humes, his counsel, admits Ilie possession of prop. > rty tlie value of w liicii he is unable in state, and ji ins in tile prayer ol plain tiff for a division of the properly; fur thermore saiili n>>t. WHIT*. PI51K INTKI.I.IU».N«'R. From tli» Xo»« of SatuHuy. Stock Hi>i, i>kh»’ Meeting. — The stockholders of the Hamilton Mining aipl Smelling Company field Ilnur an nnal meeting at the Court house la*1 Monday evening. All of the stork 01 the compauy was represeii ed hut » few sliarus. The reports ol the Secre tary and Superintendent were read anil ordered on tile. The trustee* were in structed to appoint some person, not a stockholder, to audit the accounts o' the company. An elec'ion was then had for a new Board of Trustees. The nuinlier of aspirants for the honor was large, and the electioneering slid sharp practice indulged in was quite aunts lng. All of ihe old Hoard were re elected, with the exception of Pres ident Sam Piddle, and Frank Wells, who declined re-election, and their place* were filled hy tiie election ol Charles F. Meager and Ned Haunt. The re election of the old Hoard, w ith the exception of the two declining, eleaily demonstrated that a majority of the shareholders wpre well satisfied with the n anner in which llieafi'slrs of lilt) company have hern conduced After the eleeiii.n was over, it had be come too fate in l tie evening for an In tel change of sentiment in regard to the lilture operations ul the company, and the meeting adjourned. Struck It.—In the Ken tuck mine, on Bullion Mill, neat town, the owners have recently struck a vein of lice nulling ore, which, by assays,averages #303 per ton. The vein rt (be present time is not large, hut it is thought that it will Increase as development i made. It is an old location, anil in early times a large amount of high grade ore was taken from il, hut like many other of our minus, has laid idle until recently. From Panoakk.—We Imd the pleas ure on Wednesday last of meeting Su perintendent Welsh of the Coal ‘,’ont INtny’s mines at Pancake. He in formed us that work was being pushed to its utmost extremity in sinking the shaft, and that every tiling was working nicely and to hie satisfaction. > C’ENTESAIAI.. The following, which ie issued as » similar to all newspapers in the Unit sd States by John L. Campbell, Secre ary of tlie United States Centennial [joinmission, Philadelphia, speaks for Itself and needs no comment wliat sver: It seems proper that the local cele brations of the Fourth of July, 187(1, which will be held throughout the land, should tie made to contribute to * permanent historical memorial of the Centennial celebration. In each Bounty provision should lie made for the delivery of an address tracing the history of that particular community for the past century, or from the time nf its settlement, and including a sketch of iis growth, its resources, in dustries, prospects, etc. These ail dresses should be published in a uni form size—that of the Congressional documents, for instance — in order that they may lie bound together by stales. To competent persons the pie pa ration of such addresses would not lie an unduly burdensome ta-k; but in the aggregate they would const ii ute an imaluable historical reposi orv *uch as no nation has ever bail the opporiunity to coiieci. De-igua ions of the historians ought 10 be made without delay, in order that they may have lime to accom plish their work. It is to hoped tha’ the press will give genera! circulation to the project, and iliat each journal will see to its consummation in its own hsaiiiv, and that the si.gin ex pense involved lie as-umed hy I Iso county or town authorities. MARRIES. Kur.k*. I eci-aibur 2i— At the rmidenoo of the briiiti’ii tether, by lie,. J. - • Do a Ma'yr, W m. II. Collins to .Wr». 0. fcsiellj Well*, bulb of h reka. Pioehe, Poo 21—Jaiu. * K. Wilkin to Mim honis* I. Mock*. BORN. Hamilton. Doc. 17—Wife of Dan. Morris, a daughter. rr- as iru itv. Ib-c. 20 - Wife of Koberc Che shire, a da igliter Ha ntlnni. l>oc. 22—Wifa of Andrew Jackion, a d 1 gliter. Virgin a, Hue. 22—Wife of (ieorgo Hoy. * sou. Austin, Dec. 18 —Wife 0! T. S. Price, a da 11*h t r. A'istin, Dec. 22—Wirs of 0. A I aner, a tot, DIED. Kureka, December 27 lu*©pli. younguM »• »•> of David and I'aula Munheuu, ag d 7 month* and la day*. The funeral will take place fro u the resi dence of Mr. Manh<*iui to-dav, at 2 o’cloc \ i. m. Friend* and itcquaintnnees are invited. Lo>er Hold Hill. Doc. 22—Infant eon o Tbo*. and htna Lanyon. bland donntaiii District, D« c» 1-by (reel ing—Martin Hurt, aged about <1 >«*ar*. Lamoille Valley, Deo. -0—Mrs. Stiei-tcr, wifi* of J. D. St renter. Lamoille Valiev, Dec. 20 by drowning K tie, da ghfer ol Thum**and Mr*. Hillin, aged li mouth*. V ir*loia, Due 24— Juntos K. Tauiblm, aged 3*'» year'. N irainta, Dec. 23—W. J. Noel. Virginia. Dec. 23—Captain retrick OMoolo, aged '»l year**. nth W TO-DA ) . CARABARABA! THE MODERN MEPHI3T0PHILES of the EAST. Adopted Sou ol* the Celebrated Demon of th* N lie, ABRACADABRA. The Only ProeSror of the H L A C Iv H rF Now living in either Korop© or Arn* rica. will appear in a GRAND SOIREE MYSTERIOUS —Al tai 1 o w’n II a 11, Tills EVEN IMJ, Dec. as. Reserved feat* can bo obtained at the Post otlice. No extra r bulge tli*i* lor. Admission, ON L DuLLAR; 1 hildren half, nr ice. D.»or* op«*n at 7 o’clock; performance to commence precisely at W. d2<td 4W % Father, n ma*b sh,„—- * fiAos// P 4 0 4/ T®* UJ*e Carj’^ie ta,aM*y / ---A. 1»7«. / J*FUfJ STf?^US’ / Jf*“W TO.,/ *|,-®S5^ias.r „ *ebble8n » ui TO./ j.*e, . 0la,*e*. / R1P&* 0, ‘ ^ * hirn "Mt">'i*Z"Url”tr'e f/y ,ft” <'oLF/Vl£ 1 AM WT;— kzz^.:r“« miscellaneous. AUCTION! ^linoir I Kt8ELl AT ATO*««. mis. TUESDAY, December 28,1875, At 10 o’clock a. u.. at mv store „„ « . atieet. Eureka, tbs remaining STOCK OF MERCHANDISE —of the— E. and P. R. r, q0i. STOItE, Consisting of Clothing, Boot*, Hats, Caps, Blankets, Bed-spreadi Crock»rv. Glassware, Hardware, tin.,. and Cutlery, Groceries, and other *'* artklvs too numerous to ppvcity. Tho stock will be sold withaat anr or limit, and uEGAl,I»Lh.S.' of I'l.iUK Terms, wb on delivery of goods dt!lti ."AM. 1 i.l 1.1) \l A y, Auctioneer. GRAND AUCTION SALE! H. MANHZIK Will dispose of bin stock of Diamonds, Gold and SilverWatchei, Gold Chains, Ladies' Gold Sets of Jewelry, In fact, about 010.000 worth in a!!. Al«o. t»un«. Pistols. Clocks, Faro 01** It* I><>«ling-boxes and Oa*e-keepor*t Kot.l.tto 1 Wheels, etc., at auction, at 7 Vlo k, y. x , Wednesday, Dec. 29,1875, To the h‘fh "t bidder, FOK CA.SH. Until then, he ^ili **. il nil anit-iu* <n liand t Al'CTluN Pit U KScah down. Office opr■ from 0 o'clock a. m. to 10 p. g. | corn r Main and Clark street**. dJ *td II MANIIKIM. NSW TEAR BALL! A GUAM! BALL WILL RE G1V. en at tho HILIOHN RACK TRAIL, C* On FRIDAY EVENING. December'!1. lk;5 The Best of Music Ifnp been engag d. and n* pair# trill k« *1 ar* d to Hi4ko tb s the lineal uflair el tb> *caron. EV KKYRODY IS CORDIALLY INVITED. Tlrltel*, including pupper, 15. dl»td T. F. HAM. I MKA\ DI SIMAS ! I HAVE Jl.SI RfccUYKD A (J 1 fine a-Pnrttn* n* of jowly tor tbu / a in bdava. A lw«, a ht. 11«. l rt*d Pt«*ck of b 'r*1 >1 L\ K and I'E.l’i liD *» AUK.I aka \±y i a«kvt», < Mpto««. • if.b? Mi*d butter boTif, so* h*ta, Najtkiu l.liifc'*, etc. My motto ip: QUICK SALES AND EMAIL PROFITS WAT* 1IK.' AND JfcYVKMtY l'ef*nire,| ii. u w *rkiuai like manm r. and all work gu-mioi* * d. tiive me a tub. FRANK DlliKKK. rtriff 18/5. V/ «/«. CHRISTMAS! NEW YEAR! nAVINO ixorii EMPLOY THECELE bran d 'onlVclioner HERR VON BISMARK, We are rmdy now to turi i-h laMiilif* ard tka public with mI! kind of < »mi, aiibi r PLAIN or HUN AM K 'TAL, amb h» Poundt ake, E ruit Cuke, J oily Cak a, .'-tpi.naraCake. And all kind* of piiinI) cake !*• order at •bort nolle*-. dhti Mb.*'. JNH. II. MUi lb Philadelphia Eager Peer! IhKCKIVKD FHE'li EVERY WEEK, IV from .'an Frarui-c*. at THE EL DORACO SALOON. ■'ole agency for Eureka and vicinity. Families Supplied In any <|iitnlity bv leaving their orderiat tb. K1 Dorado. d!8tf J. M .1 J.S. WlUITitN. Prop’fc New Firm! New Goods! SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. K. A. MILLIUI : : : : I'ltOl’KIKTOB I H JL.L KEFU’ A C<'.\.STAN"^igfcpw 1 *upi>ly of Fresh t’aliionil t reduce, lo arrive every 'rain, avv *• Inrkeys, « bickenv. Fresh Oysters. * on,'> ' , tLecomb, Hams, hikI a general assortment el FAMILY GROCERIES! Fresh from the importing houses of the Ea«» • ml West, iwu doers above (lie I arhut Main street <ll7lf F._A- MU-Lli II. FULTON MARKET. Oppesite Odd Fellows’ 11(11. Eureka. Joseph Vanina & Co., Proprietor*. TO TUB PUBLIC. llfK IIAVK ALWAYS on IT hand tho choicest meals ol all kinds, Veal. Pork. Mm- _ ten and Meet. Sausages in -- „ j|| American. French and Italian *, n Sell 111 the lowest market price. «»? ( liver meets in ail parts of the c»> sim 0,dUtrfr°e °f , h',rit*' J- VANINA Si C0._ TEACHERS’ EXAMINATION. 'i’llN ANNUAL KXAMlNAlH'N UP 1 touchers for Eureka county » >' . , ... at the I’ubllefchoid-house, in L r » ,(|,.k uember tie. Itfm coiuiuuncing at i’ A Applicant, for .Second Orado «f ill bo exnrainoclin tho f«*llo fling • hip tirlhnrrM|>b> . Hemling, l niiniu''-•.' • Written and Mental Arithmetic. E'*1.1 Grammar, I nit. d IO«lorj; ,'*| first Grade, in addtiou tolhe Sec<"t studies. .Na-er.l thilosophv. I ^'.•“AuVp^canG'je^to be" ..omP.ly on A. K. KAYE, Count, fup’t ol.-^oaU Eureka. Dm. U. IWu.