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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
r»»PAT. lAHEABT M, »»7«. AOEITI. W. R. WILSON.. ......Ploebe DOCTOR SHULZK.Ruby Hill WILL rtABBITTS-.Palisade A. M. HurtNE. ....Austin T. STARR..-. Hamilton W, A. CLAYTON........Tybo H. P. STIMLER.B«lmont C1IAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42U Montgomery •treat, is Sole Atent for the Eureka Daily SaaTiaxL in San Francisco. Persons in that eity haviny business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CHARTZ is authorised to receive sub scriptions for the Skutoikl and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka swine for subscriptions will make payment to him. AS WAS EXPECTED. We received last evening a dispatch from Carson stating that the Prison Board was In session. The reports of the two experts, Hanford and Eldridge, have been handed in, and doubtless the meeting of the Board was for the pur pose of acting upon them. The report of the former is long and exhaustive, giving all the details of the examina tion, with the facts elicited, figures, etc. It finds Hymen, the Warden, guilty of peculations and fraudulent reports. _ Eldridge’s report is brief end indiffer ent, and he asks for further investiga tion. The result verifies the predic tion, as far as Eldridge is concerned, of all who were acquainted with his rela tions with the Warden, and especially those who witnessed his evident anx iety to screen the latter, when a witness before the Legislative committee last Winter, by attaching to himself the blame for all discrepancies and errors in the accounts, etc. So far as we have been informed, it has been generally understood that be would never, under any circumstances, submit a report which would criminate Mr. Hyman, and it is a matter of wondermeut to us that he should have been appointed to the position. We should not have spoken thus plainly until we had re ceived the full reports, had not the fact of Mr. Eldridge’s asking for further time, corroborated, in our mind, the statements we have heard concerning his devotion to the interests of the man whose acts he was selected to investigate. It is more than three months since the examina tion was commenced, and the fact that he is not yet ready to make bis report is pretty conclusive evidence that he desires to stave the matter otf and pre vent if possible its being brought to a crisis. It is to be hoped, however, that the Board will tolerate no more delays. They owe it to the accused, to ins ac cusers, to the people, and to them selves, to bring the matter to a close as speedily as possible, and wo hope to be enabled to inform our readers in our next issue that the whole business has been disposed of: by the disposal of the Warden if the charges are sus tained, or by his reinstatement if the evidence is not sufficient to establish hie guilt. IL*»n BITrKKSEMft. Blaine had prepared himself for a great effort, and stepped into the aisle -with the confidence of a man who felt that he was quite equal to the occasion, llis fine stalwart figure was set off to advantage with a nicely-fitting black suit, aud his powerful face, with its curtain of full gray board, lost for a time its usual expression of watchful ness and eunning as it glowed with Oratorical passion. His style of deliv ery wae simple, manly and impres sive, end his voice rang out sonorously through the hall, commanding the at tention of friends and foes. There was no charlatanism either in tone or gesture. His speech, judged as a means to an end, an appeal to human passions by sophistical argument, was the ablest I ever listened to. Judged by any other standard, it was ono of the wont that ever the heart of man conot Wed. He began by a detailed statement of the course of the Repub lican party upon the subject of amnes ty, dwelling upon the leniency shown toward the rebels, and claiming that no such liberal policy had ever been exhibited before by a victorious party. Hia clemency was not broad enough to include JefferaoD Davis. With cut ting irony he remarked that it was dot as a tribute to the prominence of Davis in the rebellion, or to his dangerous abilities that he set him upon this bad eminence. It waa amply because he was responsible for the slaughter of the Union prisoners at Andersonville. On this point, aa on a binge, swung the whole vicioue force of tLe infamous speech. Here Mr. Blaine ceased to be the orator and became the unscrupu lous demagogue. He oalled to mind the pereeoutlena of Alva, the massacre of St. Bartholomew and the horrors of the Inquisitions, and pronounoed them innocent in comparison with the barrowing barbarities of the prison pen. He quoted testimony to show the sufferings of the Union soldiers; he quoted the declarations of the com mittee that had examined Into the abuses of Andersonville, and, after painting the picture in colon aa dark aa the black and bitter reality, he as sumed the responsibility of Jefferson Davis for the accumulated infamy, end, lifting up bis arm, solemnly called upon Ood to witness that be oould not consent to grant amnesty to he author of aucb calamities. The ef jeot of the speech was intense. It thrilled both sides of the House with all the animosities of the war period, as it was designed to do.— Washington Corr. N. Y. World. AXOTHEU WAIL. The Enterprise also utters a plaintive wail because of Woodburn's vote upon tbe Amnesty bill. Its grief is quite affecting. Listen to it: We have no feeling of anger—none save sorrow, sore disappointment and shame. There ought to be left enough of the blood of his Irish forefathers in his veins to coagulate and choke him to death when he thinks of the way he in that vote represented Nevada, tak ing from her even her claim to cour age, self-respect and manhood. It is a pitiable spectacle, and we are sorry, for Mr. Woodburn’s sake, that he for got in the charms of Washington so ciety that he ought to lie representing a State whoso people have a horror of treachery. Horror of treachery, forsooth! Didn’t you receive, nominate and elect him when you knew he was reeking with treason? Did you expect to find in him a loyal supporter of your standard, when he had basely deserted that under which he had achieved his first political snccess? Did you ex pect him to prove more true to von than lie had proven to those who had raised him from obscurity, lifted him above bis fellows and placed him on the road to distinction and fortune ? You have yet to learn tlie folly of re warding treachery with trust, and tlie axiomatical truth that lie who betrays others for you to-day will betray you for others to-morrow. Our sorrow for you in your affliction is as deep and probably as sincere as is yours for poor William; but we don't know that we can do anything to relieve you of your burden, lie evinces a disposi tion to return to the Democratic fold; but there is no place for him there. You have received a deserter into your camp and must furnish him with ra tions. You may think that your bid for a certain “ element ” was too high, but you made it; the property was struck off to you, and you must make the best your bargain. HR. DK I.OXCTM CARD. Mr. Do Long publishes a (»rd in Tuesday's Enterprise e x planatory of Ins cindidacy for the District Attorneyship of Storey county, which it appears was iu the interest of Mrs. Campbell, who was to receive the salary and one half the fees of the office in case of his elec tion. Mr. Seely, tho candidate elected, permitted his name to be used lor tiie same purpose, and was unfortunate enough to win tiie prize of a position involving considerable labor with but insignificant pay. Mr. De Long ap pears to feel aggrieved that any paper should have mentioned his candidacy without relating the circumstances un der w hich he permitted his name to be used. Tho Sknti.vkl alluded to tiie matter, but at that time our entire in formation consisted of tho report of tho proceedings of County Commissioners as published in the Enterprise. We cheerfully give the substance of Mr. De Long's explanation, although we fail Uf discern wherein any odium would attach to liiin even if lie had been running for tiie office tor itis own benefit. Joint Tyler aided as road master after he had retired from tiie Presidency, and wo can perceive noth ing that need be st> particularly humil iating to an ex-Minister to Japan iu his name being mentioned in connection with an office belonging to one of the learned professions of which he is him self a member. A Scare.—Last Tuesday the quiet of Gold Hill was disturbed by the report brought to town by a little boy that tile body of a tnan was suspended to the Belcher trestle work, over tiie Ameri can Flat road. From tile description, the reporter of the Sews feared the body was that Deacon Parkinson, who had visited Slippery Gulch the day be fore, but had suddenly disappeared. Upon visiting the spot, however, he discovered the cadaver of an unfortun ate William goat, which had been strangled by falling through the trestle work and bis head being caught be tween a couple of planks, and which the lad iu his fright thought was a hu man being answering the description of the good Deacon. It may not lie amiss to state that ail articles unsold at the close of the Cen tennial Exhibition will lie brought back by the Central Paid tie itailroad free of charge. Magnanimous cor poration.— Belmont Courier. Not particularly “ magnanimous ” as you ironically remark, but liberal, cer tainly. _ _ A Jamaica man who has managed to get rid of two nervous wives, ad vertises for another helpmate, and an nounces the quality of female bo re quires: “ Wanted —A wife with sense enough to stand still and not howl when a grasshopper is crawling up her legs.” Suicide at Vikqinia.— James Hack ett, a miner, committed suicide at the William Tell House, in Virginia City, last Tuesday morning, lie was a na tive of St. John, New Bruswick, and 2t> years of age. Cause, rum. Cord.—Senator Jones took bis seat in the Senate last Moiftlay for the lirst time this session. The Virginia Chron icle thinka be didn’t find it warm enough to burn him. | EASTERN DISPATCHES.! _ I By Overland Telegraph. [NPKCIAI. TO THK DAILY SENTINEL.’ Hold Robbery nt Northampton. Hassnelmsrtts. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 20. At Northampton, last night, seven disguised men broke into the house of John Whittlesey, cashier of the North ampton National Hank, secured Mr. Whittlesey and family, obtained the keys of the bank, leaving one of their number as a guard. The six others pro ceeded to the bank and attempted to i break into the vault, but the door ami lock were too strong and they left without accomplishing lheir purpose. Cashier Whittlesey was robbed of his gold watch and what money he had at the time. There is evidence that the gang had lieen planning the robbery for some time. Ifniijf by n Hob. Cincinnati, Jan. 20. A West Virginia special says the bodies ot Dawson. Esteph and Hines, who were lynched last night, were tak en down by the prosecuting attorney to day and an inquest held. The ver dict was that they came to their death by a mob; names unknown. Fire nt llnrvnril College. Boston, Jan. 2(i. Hollis Hall, nt Harvaid College, was badly damaged by lire to day. Revolution in Northern mill Cen Ira I Mexico. Galveston, Texas, J»n.2G. A Sew* special from San Antonio says advices received atditfcrent points on llio Kio Grande, through couriers from Saltilin, state that a revolution lias been started in (lie northern and central portions of Mexico, near the Kio Grande. (Jen. Herrrreva has pro nounced for the movement, and stir prised the authorities at Parras. The revolutionists have assaulted Kazores, which is defended by Madra, who is prepared to defend it until reinforce ments can arrive. The majority of the ! people in the northern districts are re p irted to he in favor of t lie movement. Gen. Porfirio Diaz is at Liredo. A Pedestrian Arrested for Counter* felting. Cincinnati, Jan. 2(3. Frank Johnston, tli > pedestrian w ho has been doing some fast walking here, and claims on Saturday to have made a mile in seven minutes and twenty two seconds, was arrested last night on an order from Indianapolis, charging him with counterfeiting. Killed by an Explosion of Xitro Glycerine. North Adams, Mass., Jan. 20. By an explosion of nitro glycerine, at Mowbray’s factory to-day, two workmen were blown to pieces. Dividends from flankrnjit Estates. New York, Jan. 20. The creditors of Kdwiu Booth, the actor, met yesterday and declared a dividend of per cent. The assignee of Turner Bros., hank ers, has decided to declare a dividend, not in cash, hut in Bloomhurg and Western Kentucky bonds, of which the firm held to the amount of one million dollars. More 4 rooked Whisky frauds— Piop.is.il to Turn the 4'oolrol of tile iailiaus fiver to Ike Slates Chicago, Jan. 20. Among tlie indictments yesterday liy the Gran 1 Jury of the Foiled Slates Court here, three true hills were found against A. C. Ilesing, one against Jake Rohm, and one against J. N. llovt, late Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue of this district. The general charge in the indictments is that of conspiracy to defraud the Government, and it is said the action <>f the Gram! Jury in these cases lias not been taken without such testimony as warrants a reasonable eer tainty of conviction. A Tribune's St. Louis special says the Government Attorneys in tiro Mc Kee case, alter examining a number of witnesses, closed lheir case, and the defense will beg.n the opening of their side to-day. The general opinion is that the prosecution lias made a good ease against McKee, though not as strong as those against Joyce and Me Donat I. The result w ill depend very much upon the nature of lhe defen-e, as McKee’s lawyers will depend at most wholly on tneirahility to impeach the Government wiinessostin iho score of bad character. A Tribune. $ \\ ashmgton special says that Professor Seelye’s proposition to transfer tlieconrol of civilized Indians whose reservations are in Slates, to the State Governments, meets with tho ap proval of all the members ot tlie Indian Commission: the only question being whether the States will consent to as sume this control. Of course, tlie United States Government, by Its treaties, is bound to perforin its part of the contracts, which it lirs made with tlie Indians, but it is believed that the Indians, as well as the people of the States will be glad to have the former put on the same footing witli other res idents in tho same neighborhood. For example, there is no reason why the Indians of Cottargus county, New York, should lie treated as wards of the nation, while there are many reasons why their lands should be divided among tl em and they become citizens. The Five Nations. Musk aokk, Indian Ter., Jan. 27. Colonel K. C. Watkins, United States Indian Inspector, under instructions from tlie Interior Department, has visited tlie different parts of the Terri tory to generally inspect tlie Indian nations. He lias visited the Capital, and the leading men of tlie different nations, and reports tlie schools in a nourishing condition with a good at tendance ot scholars. He lias tlie promise from leading men of the differ ent parties that they all will be well sustained in tho future. FOREIGN NEWS. Kepiilsetl by the Insurgents. Kaousa, Jan. 20. Three thousand five hundred soldiers of the garrison of Trebinjo recently made a sortie to obtain supplies. The insurgents met them at Du/.i and drove them hack. Thu capitulation of Tre hinje is imminent, owing to the lack of provisions. The Austrian Programme Unaccep table tu the Insurgent I.ratters. London, Jan. 20. A Berlin telegram says the inaurgeut leaders in Herzegovina have issued n ( proclamation declaring that the Alls-! rian programme is unaiveptahle though supported by the great Powers, and | calling upon llie friends of liberty to answer it with a continuance of the war and try a stouter resistance. Minister Mclieuck Arrested In Kn Elan I. London, Jan. 2d. The Daily News is informed that writs were yesterday served oil Gen eral Schenck, the American Minister. Albert Grant the noted financier, and others now or formerly connected with the Kmina Mining Company. American ami German Compel! lion. Shkffiki.d, Jan. 27. At (lie annual meeting of the Cham ber of Commerce of Sheffield yoster dap the President referred to the start ling decline of American trade and said neither Sheffield nor Birmingham would ever have such American trade as they had formerly, as American | and German manulaeturets were push- i ing our goods into a corner, and by in I troducing machinery for articles of I equal quality to those made by band : here, bad become succe-sful compeli- : tots. u_ PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES j FROM CALIFORNIA ! I'ni) »• Honorable*” Arre«tol for Kicrtinu Fraud*. Modksto. Cal., Jan. 2fi. The grand jury of this county, after having been in session since January 3d, in vestigaving Hie elec'ion frauds cninmitipd in this county at ibe gin eral election held last September, came into court to-day and picseided seven bills against Hon. K. 11. Ward and Hon. Miner Walder, all for lelon.v, as having tampered with and changed the ballots after the same had been counted and ibe re-ult declared by the Board of Supervisors. Ward and Walder were arrested and each placed ! under SlO.attO bonds to appear and an- j swer on January 31st, 1870. Tile lUiii'f.iil ->*<(» Idne of Ntenni stiljis, Isis ANot.l.KS, Jan. 20. The total rain lall to dale is eighteen inches. Last night a meeting was held at the I’ico House. It was called informally with the idea of organizing a new steamship line of vessels which will ply exclusively between Santa Monica and San Francisco. Two hundred and til ty thousand dollars were pledged to the enterprise by persons w hose sub scriptions are as good as cash. K. J. Baldwin subscribed $7»,0<X>. Examination t on I iiiutvl - Spaullt. lug's t'oiirt-iiiartinl. San Fiiancisvo. Jan. 27. Samson l!o enldatt was again brought up in the Police Court to day, but as the New York nlttcer bad lieen detained by the snow blockade, the examination of the ca-e was con tinned until Saturday. It is now believed in naval circles since the arrival of the Pensacola, that ibe Spaulding court mar i.d will lie called before many day*. While no orders have yet been received from Washington announcing the name- oi the ollicers who shall pass judg ment in the Spaulding case, the general opii ion prevails that lieai Admiral John J. Ahny will be President of the court-martial. The court-martial will convene at Mare Island, but w ill lie asked to ho d ns session in San Francisco for the con venience of merchants who may be called as witnesses. Break Itopii I red--Accepted the Ft', tcculh Amendment. Los A.noki.ks, Jan. 27. The break in the Southern Pacific and Telegraph stage route is rc| aired. The rouds are drying rapidly and travel is resuming its wonted channels. At the Merced theater last night, to witness the Tennessee Jubilee I mupo, a full representation of colored citizens was interspersed through the dress circle, and brought out no display of feeling. The Fifteenth Amendment is accepted in Lo* Angeles. i.imoi.n «or.\ s'y irKtis. (Krora th» I’ioche Journal, gJd null 2 III ] Deseret Station. — From Philip Barnhart, Wells, Fargo A tin’s box tnesseuger, who arrived on llto salt laike stage yesterday (Friday) morning from Snlpher Springs, we learn that lie met idalio Bill and Winn Thursday night, on the road near the station, and said they wore going to Beaver. They did not molest the stage or make any threatening attempts. They have prob ably got over their drunken spree and begin to think they had better got out of the way. At Deseret station the keeper and his wile had packed up their things and wore going to leave yesterday morning tor Washington, Utah. Both of whom, we understand, were treated most shamefully, anil it we are not mistaken, lietidishly by Idaho Bill anil Winn. If whut has been intimated to us be true, hanging would be too good for the cowardly brutes. The house was entirely ran sacked and. in fact, turned Inside out, and scarcely a window is left in the house tint what was shattered from pistol balls, and a perfect sieve made of the doors and the sides of the house, looking as if a hand of Apaches had taken possession of it. Whether Idaho Bill uinl Winn were going to Beaver as they stated to the stage driver and Barnhart, or to their rendezvous in the mountains, it is impossible to tell, but they should lie followed and brought to Justice, as tliev have only just begun their marauding bu-inea*. The mines duringtlie last week have been making roll er extensive develop ments ami the prospects in the ledges arc encouragingly increasing. The main shaft ot the Baymoud A Fly mine is now dry and work at the bot tom is going on. in the Alps the ledge is increasing in size and richness, and the daily yield of ore is large, in the Ploclie good indications are beginning to show up. The reports generally speak well lor the future. H UNO.—Da Kay, the man who mur dered ills wife while asleep, at Mineral Park, was taken to t’erbat, tried, found guilty and sentenced to be hung. The murder occurred about two months ago. The execution took place one week ago last Friday at the town of Certiat. We learn theabove particulars from the mail carrier, who arrived last night from St. Thomas. Indian Killed.—We are informed by the mail carrier from Arizona that it was reported at Crown Point, the In dian Agency on the Muddy, that an Indian iiad been killed last week in the mountains near that place, l>y a man named Marion Mel^ane. lie was un able to learn anv further particulars in regard to the affair. > YI. t lllM V ll t MS. From the lielmont Cornier, ttid. Belmont Machinery.—From what we consider reliable authority, we are enabled to say that the Belmont Min ing Company is having manufactured in San Francisco machinery ot suffi cient size and strength that will enable it to sink and work the mine to a depth several hundred feet below the present workings, which is about 500 feet. If the report is correct, and the mine is properly worked, from what we have learned of the property from those w ho are familiar with it since the lirst pick was struck in the ground, tiie Belmont will ere long become fav orite stock. Almost.—One of our citizens held a ticket in the Koval Havana lottery, till number of which came within one of diawmg $500,000! Je-rn-sa car y! If that good Samaritan had been fortun ate enough to get tile bonanza prize, wouldn’t lie have made tilings mighty lively? Guess “Yes.” As it wu«, bis ticket drew a prize less than $1,000; just one cypher less. Prussian.—The trustees have elect ed J. B. Dayton superintendent of tlio Prussian Mill and Mining Company, Jellerson district. Tiik Winter King’s ermine robe fell over San Jose, Cal., on Friday last for the first time since 1848. IA4RRXED. Eureka, Jan. 27, 1>7«I— At Sr. James' < hurch, by Key. S. C. lilackinst' no, of Austin, Lev. C. II. Marshall t<» Miss Nil.ie It. Watts. BO UN. Gold llill, January 21—Wife ol K. W. Grant, a son. \ lrginm, January 21 — Wife of M. Lynch, a daughter. Virginia, January 23 - Wife of F. fcebroeder, a son. Virginia, January 24—Wife of Thomas 1 hil lips, n son. Virginia, January 21 Wife of Chat. Morrow, a son, “ — i—»■ —...f -.— DIED. Gold llill. January 2-V-lnaiit daughter of 1». S. and J. Lean, aged » dux.*. JSTJlW to-daw REMOVAL. rP!JK OFFICE OF THE JACKSON* MIX 1 inr i uni; ariy is removed t*» Idiom No. I, 108 California street. Sue I-1 au* is'-o, Cal. ja>-2w \v. P. S!I OV, Secretary. S. FRIEDMAN, OKA 1.1 It I IS FAMILY GROCERIES, GROCERY AND GENERAL MtRJ.IA 1GISE. /CONSTANTLY UN I! .V N •». a CHOICE V I t of 1 amity Groccri s and Country Produ ‘v Luui •«, if you xrant your husbands to love vou, go to Friedman's lor yoar groceries, us h* following xxid ^how: ! Gb! -ay not i lovo you because the nndnstes You purchased at Frirdiu in's wa< gtldon and cl ar: The syrup, the sugar. *he ieUv in gln-ses. The crackers, the tnack'rel I know wvrenot dear. Hut when vou came to me with Friedman's smoked -almon. And showed me Ins samples of 1 irabergar ch'M'se, I felt that his claim to bo cheap was not gum* non, 1 I v <1 you, nnd said so, dear Jane, on my knee-*. Ja2Mf SOCIAL PARTY! —FOR— T2ZB DOITS A BCD OZ3.Z.S, -AT Morgau’isi II till, —ON— Saturday JCvoning, Tan. 20tb. A mrn-rul irritation in oxtendod. Admix .ion free. jaiWid HATTIE RAYMOND. EUREKA FOUNDRY. Xi. C. AZ7B23K.SOCT, Having purchased the proper ty known ns the Eureka Foundry, is now prepart'd to furnish mills, furnaces, ©to. with Castings of All Dosrriptions \ also. Machine Work. Orders from Austin. Belmont. Ilarr.il on. and Mineral Hill solicited and filled with dispatch. All work leaving this foundry *1 AKANTEED, and on the most reasonable terms. Orders left at the foundry, or address* od to ].. C. AN DKKSON. F.urena Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, Will roeoiv© proirtnt attention. oJOtf Eureka Drug Store! SNext to Well*, t'nriro M A ( o'm OUiri'. 41 Whorocan bo found Fresh and Pure Medicines, Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles or ALL KINKS. Ukroful attention givon to the preparation ot PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, Having had n practical knowledge in this ID) for more than twenty-fire years, apjiut F. J. SCHNEIDER, Druggist. NOTICE. Ill A VE SOLD MV INTEREST IN THE Capital Saloon. on Main street, Eureka, to t bri*topher Murtlin. who will col loot ul I bill i duo the old firm anddi.eburKo.il of it* in dobtodne**. .1. C COEGaN. Eureka, Nov., January II. IhT'i jalJ-lm Patronize Home Industry. ^LEC. DOTTA HAS ENGaQED IN THE I*r<*|>arnUon of l1 tiro Java (direr. He is prepared to fill ordors from all sec tion* in iiuuiuitio* Iron. One Pound to Ono Thousand Pounds. factory on South Main street, next door to I the Turner House. to-tf MI SC EL LA AEO US. MOORE & McDOUGALC Importers und Dealers in STAFZiZl and FAZTC7 DRY GOODS! EUREKA, NEVADA. New Goods Constantly Arriving. Samples Sent Free to any Part 0f the State. OUR MOTTO IS O ne I* i* i c e ! MOORE & McDOtGALl P. S.-Cur Store Closes on Sunday* j«Mf 1 WOOD FOR SALE! AT THE YARD NEAR THE * ATLAS FURNACE. The But t Quality of Pine and Mahogany Of till Length*. READY FOR THE STOVE, At S15 Per Cord. | And delivered at any part of the town in qunnfioft to §uiL | orders left at \V. i\ HASKELL A CO\S will receivo prompt attention. t jS'Terma. Cash. ja21-lm A. H ALLAH IIK11 A CO. J. STRAUS’ NEW JEWELRY STORE! MtlJf KTKEET, ll«-lon llu- Piirker i:»nv M y stock or jewelry is cm plot© in every particular. A No. 1 Pebble Spectacles and Eye Glasses. My jewelry i« from tho eMahlifhment of the only niannfaetuOi.g company on tuo | Coast. >U"tr GRAND AUCTION SALE I zz. x&AarsxAzxa Will di«pOf»© <>f hi* stock of Diamonds, Gold and SilverWatches, Gold Chains, Ladies’ Gold Sets of Jewelry, in fact, about >110.000 worth in Ail. Aho. <iun«. Pistols, Clock•, Faro ( hock*, healing-boxc* and fn-<- «« p« rs, l. tto W hauls. etc., at auction, at 7 "\ io« k. »•. u . Wednesday, Dec. 29,1975, To the highest bidder, FOR CASH. Pntil then, he * ill wdl all articles <n band at Al CTluN Pi.L fcv*. ca.*h doun. Office open from *•* o'clock *. m. to 10 p. a., corner Main and Clark street*, dtfrd II MANIIEIM. ASK for iiuiiinzAW &. axl&zexl’S ! GOLDEN GATE Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco! ja20-ltn DAYCIYO At A DEMY. Professor Sacb Announces to the public that classes for instruction will commenceTHITWDAY evening,Jan uary tub. Classes of instruction for gentlemen, TIES DAY evening, at 8 o’clock. Practising class, THURSDAY evening »t 8 o’clock. l.adio* free ut practising classos on Thurs* day evenings. Classes of instruction for ladies on TUE5* DAY and i 11U KM) AY, at 2 o’clock r. u. 'Vi»h regular attendance rapid progress is guaranteed. jal-iin PROF. L. BACH. THE YEW STOKE! 31 r h . S. A shim Having opened a complete kam: ily Grocery Store on the corner o Ur • and Hiitointtii streets, solicit)* a share o' the patronage of her numerous friends, acq iuiut uneos and the public generally. The Choicest Family Delicacies In the lino of Groceries and Fresh Vegetables, Poultry, Game. Oysters, otc., Always on hand and at the lowest market dJItt rates. LOST OR STOLEN! •PIIE ABSTRACT OK TITLES OK THE 1 town of Kurckn, with the nasessed '«l,l° of proi erty lor the years 1874-6, has been tiorrowed or stolen from my office. I1 *“• oriner, return it and keep your chara ter; il the latter, return it and save what litti® you have. J. C-POWKLL, Assessor. jald-2w By A D» Rocw*