Newspaper Page Text
MIKA DAILY SENTINEL.
THBMDAT. FEB«PA»T «, IW«. ASEHTS. W. H. WILSON...Ploche DOCTOP SHULZE.Ruby Hill WILL . dABBITTS.....Palisade A. M. H'jiINE....-.Austin T. STAKE..Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON... Tybo H. P. 6TIMLER.Belmont CHA3. W. ORAN E, at No. 42K Montgomery street, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily Skstirkl in San Francisco. Persons in tnat eity haring business with this office are re quested te communicate with him ALK. CHARTZ is authorised to recolre sun seriptions for the Skutihkl and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka swing for subscriptions will make payment to him. . ... ,| .. _ , i FINANCIAL. A few days ago we republished from the Boston Tost editorially—and of oonrse approvingly—an article com menting upon the growing extrava gance of the Administration and calling attention particularly to the increase in the eetlmates for the approaching fiscal year. For this our contemporary, tbe Enterprise, takas us to task, and, with Its usual fondness for hard words, calls us •' unjust, unfair and unreasohable.” ' TW Vsply of the Enterprise ia con fined to an elaboration of two points In both instances the premises are but partly true, and, as a consequence, the Joint conclusion is false. The depre ciation of gold is of course an element in the calculation; but the depreciation of gold during the last twenty years is fixed by high financial authority at some '&X per cent., whereas, the Enter prise, lu furtherance of Its. argument, estimates it at 50 per cent. In balanc ing hundreds of tuiUioiis the difference in the above rates is appreciable. Again: The *• noble army of officehold ers ” has, of necessity, been largely re cruited iu order to carry on the war •gainst property, rendered necessary by our euormous debt. These soldiers’ wages must be paid. They should be paid, but paid as economically as is - -consistent with the national honor and 'the needful national expenditure. But itheu, the increase in the expenses of .’this branch of the civil service does not •cuver one tithe oi the increase in the .general estimates, and the Enterprise would have us believe that this in ■crease, together with the appreciation oi values, accounts for it all. Last year the estimates were $293, 000,000; this year, $314,000,000. Now, that is an increase of §21,000,000—over seven ,per cent., entirely unexplained, and unexplainable by the argument alluded to; for the same condition of faats obtained last year as now. Dur ing Buchanan’s last year the entire ex ,penses—excluding interest on the pub lic debt and the redemption of in Jakling bonds—was less than $70,000,000. ■tiinoe (lien we have increased in popu dation some 30 per cent. Talcing this ■increase alone into consideration our •estimates — exclusive of interest— isbould not exceed $91,000,000. The •depreciation in the value of gold—say 4Vi per oent.—would swell this amount to $95,000,000; and estimating green backs at .89 the estimates should not -exceed $105,000,000. Our interest, sink ing fund, etc., is less than $133,000,000; total estimate, $240,000,000. Now there appears to us to be a alight increase, after all fair allowance, of about $76, 000,000 which is unaccounted for by the Enterprise, or is only explained upon the supposition that it is needed in the collection of the revenue. Rather an overestimate, we submit. Wears not lu favor of destroying our skeleton army; we are not in favor of so cutting down our navy es timates as to leave us unarmed before the world; we are not in favor of stinginess to our civil servants; we sire iu favor of payiug our debt and its Interest without discount. But we do want Infbrmatlon—not generalization and vaporization—as to our unexam pled expenditures. . ■ ■■ . ■ • ♦»■■■ ■ ■ Marcus Boruck, the editor of the Bpirit of the Times, a fifth-rate horse (one-horse) paper, publish©.! in San Francisco, in his last issue treats bis readers to the foliowiagiucssot balder dash: ' . A. • We commenced in onr last issue .to affix our name to our editorials, and shall compel all others writing for this paper to do the same. We d« not write and publish a single line we are not responsible for, and wa intend that every one else shall assume thorough and complete responsibility of their utterances whew they go to print. Any article we write We have the oourage to buck up, and that being the case there is no reason why we should not sign it tiie same as we would s letter. We do this In no spirit of vatu-glorious boast ing, but we like the «ystem.and in dorse it by our acts. Bohuck. Every respectable Journal is sup posed to have a head, and that head is presumed to be responsible for all anonymous articles and oommuoica tious appearing iu the columns of the paper. The publisher of a newspaper who would oblige an employe to as sume the responsibility of an article tnourrlng personal danger or legal lia bility deserves to be kicked out of the profession and banished to jouralislio Coventry for the balance of hts natural life. __ __ Match Mads.—Sullivan and Tre <vllllan have made a match tor $250 a aide, to be fought on Tuesday, the 21st . proximo, over four and under forty " w from Virginia City. Tub Longest on Record.—.V Texas paper gives an account of “ the long est horse race on record,” which re cently came off near Houston in that State. Two ponies were entered for the contest, viz: “ Red Lad ” and “ Wild Bill,” the stakes being $30, the agreement being that the ponies should walk, trot or run, for twelve hours, the one making the most miles at the end of that time to be declared the winner. At the completion of the fir.-t ten miles, Hill wasone mile ahead, and at the end of the thirtieth mile he was two miles ahead. On the following ten miles Red gained a mile. At this stage of the race,so the accon nt goes, Hi 11 was rubbed down and drank a bottle of sherry. The rest resulted In Jted go ing to the front and he kept increasing the daylight between him and his rival until the forty-eighth mile was scored. Hill threw up his tail at the end of the forty-tlfili mile, and refused to budge. The race was around a mile course. Time, 5'A hours. Tite Idaho Avalanche hits the nail on the head when it say*: “ It is a somewhat significant fact that the two men who were the most conspicuous participants in the recent amnesty de bate in the House, viz: Blaine, of Maine, and Hill, of Georgia, w ho made graphic references to some of the hor rors directly and indirectly attending the conflict,were both non-combatants, neither of them ever having come within hailing distance of the men who exposed themselves on either sido to death or capture. The one was an ar dent orator in Washington and the other in Richmond. Hut now in a House full of Federal and Confederate Generals and soldiers these are the two men who make the Chamber of Repre sentatives an arena of pout mortem pug nacity.” “And tbs only ones that quarrel A ro those who (lid not tight." Dikd in Austin.—Thomas B. Potter died in Austin at noon lust Sunday. Hie lievcille of Monday contains the following notice: “Deceased was a pioneer of this section, having came here with the rush in 18‘i3. For many years he has been engaged in the ca paoity of porter of the International Hotel, and by strict honesty and an obliging disposition won the esteem ind respect of all with whom be was brought in contact. lie was a colored man, a native of Pennsylvania, and aged about f>5 years. His funeral look place this afternoon. A Sax Francisco illustrated paper has in its last issue a capital burlesque upon the futile efforts of Wilcox, Lame and their followers, to impede the pro gress of the press. In the cut is seen a pressman running ofT a paper, and the opposers of the free press are rep resented as endeavoring to stop it, hut the cylinder keeps on rolling and those who would put a brake on it are being drawn in with the forms. Wilcox is seen flying thiough the air in small pieces, and the other legislative jack asses aro represented as in fearful pre dicametits. - . 0-. Just So.—The Jlevcille says “Gov ernor Bradley is responsible for the appointment of Hyman, and if the latter has robbed the State a share of the onus rests on the Governor.” Just so. The Governor doubtless realises that fact and for that reason has been unremitting in his efforts to rectify the error he made, by having the Warden removed. To err is human, but to rectify an error—is what Gov ernor Bradley is trying to do. Not Read Out. — Woodburn has been placed on the Republican Con gressional Coinumtoe. This doesn’t look as though the party leaders at Washington considered his vote ou the Amnesty bill sufficient cause to read him out of the party. Will the re doubtable warrior of tbo Kn'crprise favor ns with bis views upon the sub ject—of the appointment T As Senator Laine, of California, “ don’t read the papers,” the chances are that he has never seen the follow ing item from the Marysville Appeal: “The impression now prevails that the * Mariposa Blacksmith ’ hit the wrong man In the Senate. If his cane had fkllen upon the head of Laine no harm would have been done the stick.” Thb editor of the Idaho Avalanche Is a married man and knows how it ia himself. Listen how be gives him self away: A married woman will hardly ever notice whet her a man has his hair cut or not, but let him go home witli a strangs hair-pin in his overcoat and she will discover the same at a distance of forty rods. Another Change. — According to the Silver Mate, the Humboldt Reg inter has again changed hands, J. C. Rags dale being the purchaser. The old ed itorial corps Is roiained. ----- Order of Red Men.—Preliminary steps have been taken for the organ isation of a tribe of the Improved Or der of Red Men in Austin. It will be designated as the Maahattun Tribe. --- For Hbndricks.—Speaker Kerr has announced himself in favor of Hen dricks for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency. KTEAUSUX. The Virginia Chronicle of the 31st lilt, relates tlie following tale of desolation and sulferiug: Chief White was noti fied this morning that an old lady had been found in a house below China town in a dying condition. In com pany with a Chronicle reporter the Chief immediately proceeded to inves tigate the case. Arrived at the house, lie found an old lady, named Mrs. Kate Klsie, confined to Iter bed and complaining of a terrible pain in her arm. On examination it was discov ered that her right shoulder was dislo cated. Mite had had a pain in the shoulder since Christmas, but bus been confined to her lied only for the past four days. 8he lay iu the bleak, deso late room without a particle of furni ture in it, the wind blowing in through several broken panes and not a particle of fire in the room. The worst feature of the ease is that site has Imd no food for the past three days and nights. She has iieen a resilient of Virginia since INK), and from information elicited by Chief White, lias always borne herself well and respectably. Site was burnt out by the great tire, and was com pelled to move into tlie house she at present occupies to save herself from freezing to death. She informed the Chief that the owner of the house vis ited Iter this morning and threatened to eject her. Heing without friends or relations on the coast, she asked Mr. White lo inform the Odd Fellows and Masons of her sad condition, her la'e husband having been a member of both orders. liefore (lie fire she had a suit witli certain parties iu relation to the possession of property on 11 street, and her household goods were thrust into the street. Chief White immedi ately took steps to have her removed to the County Hospital. As an item of interest to the medical fraternity, says the Virginia Chronicle, who ire familiar witli the rhinoplustie operation, we may cite the condition of a Silver City man who, some time ago, had his nose bitten ott in a rnugh-and tumble encounter. Dr. Kirby being called to attend the unfortunate, and conceiving of nothing better with which to mend the mutilated proboscis, at the suggestion of the victim, cut of! the tip end of a pointer dog's tail, and trans planted it to the man’s face as tlie fin ishing point to tile deformed nose. All worked well in healing, and the man lias a fine and natural-looking im-al organ. Hut here is the dilficulty: The moment the man now meets an old ac quaintances the confounded nose starts in and wiggles him oti' the sidewalk be fore lie can shake hands. The unfor tunate isn’t worth a curse for anything but to “set” grouse. J. C. Fairbank writes the Silver Stole that two good men are wauled at the Badger Ranch to feed and look afier poor cattle. He says cattle are getting (bin, and lie is now feeding 150 head in corrals. A large portion of the stock in this vicinity will perish, if not fed, should the weather continue severe a few weeks longer. Tlie stock of the General Thomas, a mine adjoining the Northern Belie, in Ksiiieraldu county, in this Stale, lias been put on the Board and is selling a! $S. R is though! that this property ere long will prove as valuable as its neigh bor. A body otore, the extent of which is not yet known, lias been discovered in tlie Rve Raich mine. Tile Silver Slate learns from a reliable source that as says from this new ore body run up to $1,000 a ton in silver. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [XPKCIAI. TO THK DAILY KKNTIXKI..’ More Government Frauds. Milwai’kick, Fob. 2. The Grand Jury ot tlio United ."States Circuit Court 1ms relurueJ indictments against G. (j. Krskine. ex-Colleetor ot Intenml llevenue. Leopold Wortli,dis tiller and A. C. Zinn, reciitier. Horrible Tragedy nt Fust Lyndon. Vermont- A Man Kills His Fi< I ti er, Mother and Wile, mid Tlicu Font util* Nufclde. Boston, Feb. 1. A special from East Lyndon, Vt., states that Nilas Wilder, a resident of llint town, killed his lather un i moth er this morning with an ax and then cut his wife’s throat. Ho then hung himself. His wife was alive at latest date. Further Particular* of the Horri ble Fust Lyudnn Tragedy. Nkw Pout, Vt., Ueb. 1. There is terrible excitement at East Lvmton over the tragedy of to-day. llis supposed that Wilder was labor ing under temporary insanity, super induced by excessive excitement and passion. The details of l lie t raged v are most horrible. The father anil mother were uged respectively 73 ami 70 years. The immediate cause of the affair was an altereetion with his wife, who, in altering a pair of overalls, hud made them too short. After some an gry words, Wilder started for a sited, saying he would get an ax and end flic trouble. His wife followed him and seized the ax. wiien liedtow a dirk and stabbed and left her for dead, and then taking up the ax, started for his father, who had followed him, anti struck hint a fearful blow, crushing through his head. At this point he appeared still further infuriated, and next attacked his mother, killing her with three fear ful blows over the head. Leaving her in the front floor, he returned to the ailed and found that his fattier had crawled into the kitchen, lie again struck him as lie lay upon the floor, the ax crushing through his head and remaining fixed in the floor. He then cut ilis throat, and tleafh not ensuing at once, ran to the barn, and, fastening a rope around his neck, jumped from a beam breaking bis neck and causing instant dentil. The fat her and mother are both dead, but the wife, it is thought, may recover. A Boston Paper Gone Under. Boston, Fob. L The publication of the Daily Sewn, the evening paper formerly owned by E. I). Winslow, was suspended to day. It is reported that $200,000 have been sunk in the attempt to establish it. T|ie Crooked « blsky Trials. 8r. Loris, Feb. 1. It lias been agreed between the counsel aud acquiesced in by the Court that none of the jurors selected for Maguire’s trial shall he drawn for the liabcock case. The remainder of the venire will be drawn and ten new men summoned. The trial will begin on Monday next. Terrible Vnle in Sew York Mini l*ennsi I vaniii — Injury to the t'eutennlnl llnililiug*. Nkw Yohk, Feb. A lieavv gale prevails here to day, and telegraphic communication north and south is broken in many places. In this city signs hats and vails are flying lreely through the air. Dispatches .. the outside report the carrying away of roots and steeples in Washington. The fiercest of blasts awoke many persons who sought se curity in lower rooms of dwellings. The tower of the Methodist Church is several feet out of perpendicular, and great crowds in the neighborhood are awaiting its fa'l. In Philadelphia there is much dam age at the Centennial grounds. The tower of Agricultural Hall and the New York .State building are consid erably injured. A three-story Iran e structure at rlie corner c f Forty first street and Him avenue, and u one story brick building at the corner of Forty-third strict and Lancaster, were Mown down. The tin roof of tlie Trans Continental Hotel, near the Cell tennial grounds, was partly carried away, as was the roof of the Farmer’s Market. In Camden the roofs of six houses on Sixth street were blown a distance of seventy teet. Stokes Habeas 4'«r|tti»eil. Nkw York, Feb. 2. Judge Dikeman lias allowed a w rit of habeas corpus in Die case of Kd ward S. Stokes, returnable in While Plains February 5th. FOREIGN NEWS. Church mail Stale Compromise at m Stainl-Stlll. Bkiii.in, Fob. 2. It is said that negotiations for a com promise I act ween the Church and Stale have come to a complete stand still, and the L’ltramnntaiies are again dis posed to show their old bitterness in opposition to the pre-ent Government. Iteietiens|*jrgor's pamphlet will urge the Church to insist, as n condition of compromise, upon the disposition of Hr. Falk the Prussian Minister ot Kc desiaslicai Alfairs and Public Instruc tions. A nefimltiiig Solicitor. London, Feb. I. Tlic Morning Hour uudersiands that a warrant has been issued for the up prehension ot William smith, of .Smith A Co., solicitors. It is feared that lie lias u»ed a large amount of money be longing to various clients, and that bis debts amount to £77)0,01)0. Cni-list Iteleat. Madiud. Feb. 2. General Kiver Inis captured a t uriist position near K-lella. The Car data in Bi-cay are retreating upon /.orno/a. General Marline/. Campos is at Kli /gtrdo. A liltch Among the Kllle Trains— la»r I lalmersUiit's Mnlue. IjONIsiN, Feb. 2. The details of tile proposed interna tional rille contest are not capable of so ea-y an arrangement as was at first supposed. There was an implied un derstanOiog when the National Asso ciation accepted the American chal lenge, that the team seheted would only be from Great Britain, and ‘.be at tempt of ilia Americans to induce teams from Scotland and Ireland to go out, w ill probably lead to tbu opening of the whole ipicsiioii, il not the with drawal of the Hide Association from the fell', altogether. A meeting will he held to reconsider the matter, and, unless the team is strong enough to satisfy Sir Henry Halford, it can lie re lied upon that the u-socia'.ion will cer tainly not si ml any representatives. Tiie siatueof Lord Palmerston,in the Pala-e Yard, at Weslminister, was un veiled to-day. There was no cere mony. Tlie X I i g 11.1 us liliilr A.niu. ixi.sdox. Ueb. L A dispatch from San Leatulcr to the Time* announces that tieneral Burriel, Military (xenerul oi Biinoit. lias been summoned to Madrid to account for the Yirginiii* allair, and left ban Lean del on Monday. iU-liirbnnrcs A>:ti<'l;mteil at t'rete. VlKNNA, l'Vb. 2. The AYc Free J're** reports that the Turkish iron clad squadron has re ceived orders to proceed immediately to Crete, where disturbances are appre hended. lu Hi'xnnl to tlie Mosel K\plosion, lyONIMIN, hell. 1. The retairt of the Brcinerliaven ex plosion inis been published by the Bremer aidliorities. According to bis own depositon the name of the perpe trator was Will. King Thomson, born in Brooklyn in 1 s;it>. His parents, who emigrated from Hum burg to America, are living in Virginia. He was taken prisoner when running the blockade in the lute war in ilie United tState. He escaped and lied boil'll, where lie passed under ilie name of Thomas. Hu mentioned a Midlers Skidmore, of New York, as an accomplice, but made no reference to other accomplices. Ilis wife supposed his name to lie Alexander. There is no evidence thut lie enter *d into rel ations with the underwriters or plot.ied against the safely of vessels previous to 1875; nor is there any ex ideiu-e ex cept the insurance of 50,000 mares on the barrel which exploded that he in sured any goods to be shi|q>ed by the Mosel or ilie lieutsclilaiui. Observa tions by him point to tlie conclusion thut he intended to hand a small box to the olllcel's of tlie Mosel, declaring that it contained greenbacks and that lie in tended to have the box insured. In June, 1875, lie insured goods on tlie steamer Kbcim for $00,000 through Barings, London. His wife’s evidence shows tl.at previous to his departure in November, 1875, lie anxiously wait ed a letter from Kugland, which lie concealed when it arrived. An Indianapolis w ife caught her hus band kissing the family dressmaker, a woman decidedly repulsive in lonnaiid features, and instead of Hying into a rage or fainting away, she simply re marked in a touchingly sail tone of voice, “John, I must say tiiat your taste is more to be condemned than your morals.” PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA. Attempt to Furnish n Prisoner With Jnil-llreaklng Tools—The The Jury in the t'ruukt'd W hisky Case Falls to Agree-Necretary of the tieleher. San Fbancisco, Feb. 2. Frank Stark, who was witness tor the wholesale burglar Hoot, of tiie no torious housebreaking tiro, of Hoot & Schaclit. on bis recent trial, visited Hoot tiiis morning at the County Jail. The suspicions of the ofllcers becoming excited lit* was searched, and on him was found a complete set of tools for breaking out of jail — knife, auger, spring saw, etc.; also, a letter from Hoot requesting him to bring the tools any day except Friday,as that was un lucky. Stark was locked up on a charge of felony. The jury in the crooked whisky case came into court this morning at 11 o’clock, and said they were unable to agree and were discharged. The case will be immediately set again for trial. Two other complaints arc pending; one against Josts’ liquor store, on Clay street, and the outer against his refin ery, but neither will lie tried until the present case is disposed of. John Crocket, son of Judge Ctockut, of the Supreme Court, was elected Sec retary of the llolclter Mining Company yesterday, vice Kibbe, deceased. The knew lilockmle Salt I.akk, Feb. 1. The blockade on thr I'nion Pacific, between Ogden and (jreen Ktver, lias been raised. Three engines, with a snow plow, arrived at (irecn Hirer this evening. Another blockade is reported between Hiller Creek and Ked Ifesert. FhIIciI to Atrvr. S.\N KllANClKCX), Kell. 2. The jury in the crooked whisky case are still out, and the report is that there is little or no chance of an agree* irent. They hate been out since 3 r. m. yesterday, end no cointniinication has lieen received from them, except a question as to ihe conclusive ness of some of defendant's account books as evidence. The ICetrcMChiueiit Hill. Nacramknto, Keb 2. The Senate Ketreuchineul bill re ducing the salaiies of the legislators to #1,000 per session, cauie up «.ii its tituil passage, when Angncy ottered an amendment making provision thill at special sessions a per diem of 81). loin elude all siaiioiierv, lie allowetl, This tvas adopted and the bill filially passed by 9s ayes to 5 noes. The latter were, Merdn, McCarthy, MeUarvey, l’ier son and ltodgers. The Kuilronis. Halt Lakk City, Keb. ]. The T'niou I’ucitic road is opi u slid the trains are running To day’s train is about eight I oms iate. The Utah Northern lias hc-n blocked since the 21st of Junnary mid it will piooaolv t>e some lime Ijel'oie the track will he cleared to enable trains to pass. In the meantime mails and passengers are transported over the divide in siuiglis. Ha! lor the Black Hills. < II KYKNN I-., Keb. 2. Tho first stage of K. 1>. Yates A Co’s semi-weekly direct line between Chey enne and C'tistar Ciiy, via ton hum line and Red Cloud, cariying the l lilted States mail,leaves hi the mori - ing. A daily line will be in operation in 20 days. I.arge parti.is are leaving hwie daily lor the mines. MYE COI STY IIEMV From tliu licliuont Cornier, Out! PREDICTION VERIFIED.—III nur last issue we predic ed a •• bright fu ture” for this and tlie surrounding mining districts in Nso county. Tlie ink was hardly day mi the paper carry ing our reckonings when information readied us from one of tlie districts more than continuing w hut we claimed tor it. In due nine a detailed suite incut of tlie newly-dis'ovensl blight siar in tlie we»l will be given through these columns. “.Seek and ye shall find," " knock and It shall lie opened umove.” The hardy miner “ sought ” and “ found," anil tlie wliole world will stand aghast with astonishment when tliis “ liud ” is opened to the public lor inspection. We are not willing to even except 1 lie Consolidated Virginia. We refer to .Spanish licit District. New Court-House.—Mr. Ward, the new Court iioiise comrauior, return,-d from Calilornia on Nunday last, lie pnrcnased all tlie material duruig ins absence necessary for llie completion of the public buildiuu, and secured Lite services of plasterers and tlie other mechanics needed to do the work, (food weather seems to be all now that is necessary to secure tlie flni-uiiiig lip of tlie new Court-house ready for oc cupancy. A Certainty.—From a gentleman just arrived from San Francisco, we understand that flic new machinery for tlie lieluiont Mining Company has been manufactured, and Is afoul ready tor shipment—-id lolls in all. If our in formation is correct, tlie entire outfit should lie oil the ground by tlie Julii of F» bi liary. Mormon Colony in Arizona.— Mouncupy, Indian name lor running water, is the name of a soltlome it re cently started in this Territory, it is situated iu Yavapai county, sixty miles north of the San Francisco mountains, and eighty live miles east ot Jaw's crossing on the Colorado river. We under.siand it is tlit) inten tion of ttie Mormon Church to make Mouncopy tin* 'rendezvous, where the laiihful will meet, and thence spread over Arizona and set tle in litile localities where a con sid"ruble number can be gathered to gether in a settlement. To this end several thousand settlers of that faith will be brought Into Arizona the com ing season. They are good pioneers and have the faculty of living within their means and making the country whore they live yield all the necessa ries of life and even comfort. If it were not for their weakness on the wife queslioii, they would lm altogeth er desirable citizens tor a new country. — TiiCKon (Arizona) Citizen. DIED. _ At tho iVillow*. four tuiloa from liuroku. Fob ruaiy 2—F lin n laabolla, daughter of T. F. and holla Haul, agod oyearx aud 10 month*. _BORN. Virginia, Jan. 80—Wifu of Ernest Heclur^, NEW TO-DAY. List of Letters^ Remaining in tiie i’ostoftk'p Ituby Hill, Nevada, on the |«t •»*" February, l!V7i>. i'orsons calling for i,,,!. “! teuar"^--"111 l'lCUS0 S“y Byrnos Alertin'" HvTne "1? B#h* Curiigan Mrs Mery E < Louie Ed lievidson \V T liuvev John Downoy Michel Ho .ghertv tiPo Gleuson A Gleuson Thus Honsley Alartin JauoyTA Jovis Janies Kavnnaiigh Morgan l.unnan .1 E M J.nmb Mirkal * “ AIcCrery J It Mitchell John McL/onnld Hugh Nills John A • •’Connell I’at Smith W ni Jon*. Sheehan John 2 Tholnn Jus C8 Jov John Jhomusjns WhislurJ B 8 « C. SCHULZE. I>. M DELINQUENT NOTlCft IC1LVER WEST CONSOLIDATED Mis' k7 in* Company—Location of wurk« Eureka county, Nevada— l’rincipal'JSZ*'; business: San Francisco, California. t0 Notice: There are delinquent the following described stock, on account’""i assessment (No. 5) levied on the TtL dav f December, 1477, the several amounts set l' posito tho names of tho respective sha^ holder*, u» follows: r X- „ Xo: No. Names Ccrliticate. Shares An,, liotts r M. 17 ; ft Cushman CD, trustee. It'iil pm Cusnn.an C D, trustee. 07 ion jg,: lleydenfeldt S, trustee. ;m liiuu i.., „ Dnoluii Win. 717 p«i j, ™ lleydenfeldt S, trustee. HMD ftM q,... lleydenfeldt S, Iru-te. 44(1 ftm snUl ] lleydenfeldt S, trustee... 4t7 jl«i M llnimiigini I W, trustee... .71(1 27 o’a HrumagimJ W Trustee... .714 70 Jb. Lo Hoy Theodore. 574 8MM 70,„ Le Roy ‘Theodore, trust... .777 .7so q«, Felton John 1<. .>1 ‘lm 2”i Reis C, trustee. -7e*l ] kni I’ershbuker John. 007 l oo puq, And in accordance with law and an order<4 the Hoard of Directors, made on the scvrrii, iTtbldayof December, 1477, so many sham of cacti parcel of such st ark as may be new. sary will bo sold at public auction, ntthcaac. tion room of M auriro I biro A Co , N o. | j'aj street, San Francisco, Cal., on kalitnlay, February l», 1*70, I At the hour of one(li o’eloeK p. 11., of Sail day, to pay said delinquent assessment! there on, together w ith tho costs o! advertising aw expenses of the sale. T. 17 111. N K ER, Secretary. Office —Rooms X»«. :t and 4 .''hernm'i Rnilduig, No. oOU Montgomery street. ,saa Francisco, California. ptij Attention! Eureka Guards!« VO!' ARB COMM ANDED TO MKbTU 1 ut your Arniorv on ’ ' THI?KSI»aV I VENtXtJ. 1 February id. ut, o'clock rhurp. A full t* uoendauee n rtijuireil. tM t,. R. KELLEY, Cepi THE LITTLE MONSTEE SEWING MACHINE! Is one of the ! GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE AGE! JT MARKS TIIK l.oCR.STfTCO T\'V. chum stitch, and the cuhfe-stiich direct from ilie two spools. It dispenses with shuttle? and bobbin?. It make? tho most bountiful embroidery, i direct from tho two spools. It will work with any kind of thread. • It is almost entirely noiselosv. This machine has been thoroughly teslid on u!l kinds of goods and i? wurrunted to excel uuy machine in the mar Lot. CfTice, three door? a bot e the Turner House. H. If. IMKIiKN, Sole Agent for the State of Nevada. ♦""reliable agent? wanted in every town in the State. lidtf j S. FRIEDMAN, l>k\l.kN IX FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AKD GENERAL MERCHANDISE. /CONSTANT LY wN ll.-UK ^ fllult X \ 1«*t of 1 uinily iJrocorix* and Counto" Produce. haul -s, if you want your husbands t© lovo you, go to Fri -dman's lor your grocvrit#. ** »h«* following will show: j Ob! say not I lovo you, because tho niolssn-s Vou purchased at Friedman'* wa* idcn and clear; I The syrup, tho sugar. *h© leMv iiig!n*so«, Tho crackers, tho muck’n-1 ] know werenot dear. 1 Hut when vou came to me w ith Friednun’i smoked salmon. And “bowrod mo bis samples of Jjmbergcr choose, | I folt that his claim to he cheap wu? notgsw mon, 1 lovud you, and said so, dour Jane, on nif knees. ja*.'Mf SOCIAL PARTY! — K(JK— TUB BOYS AB9 OIBLS, -AT— D i a n *i H u 1 U -ON Saturday Evening, Feb. Stk -BY JOSEPHINE UNDERWOOD. A general invitation is extended. ^ WANTED. I AMITY WOOD COALDl’IlNKliri AT KD; 1 toon cents per bio hoi. Wood and wai* ; plo ty, and good dirt lor covering. !t i Ala**, live good heavy t©u,.i)<<, at fifteen con per bushel, to haul coal twenty-live mu on a go M loud. , ,... Apply to J. SKV'KNOAKbi . Supt. dorsuy Mining ami Smelting < o., T" Jersey mine, .Jersey Mining IdstrusL Hum boldt county, Mev. Id lw THE NEW STORE MRS. M. A. ASHIM. riMIKCHOK’KST FAMILY UKOCEj'J®*' X fresh vegetable*, poultry, game, °>9 tUll, etc. # 1 have also a complete assortment0 LAMtiS* IjM>KkVVKAU, auch an ,uffy drcsHcH. choinise, skirts, etc., aa low a* can bo bought in »un Francisco. Delicious for Lunches: Mexican cann«J groin turtles, sheo|i tongues, pig « tcet. ^ lied chicken, ham. and turkey, and occa»><® inyoicas of fresh crabs und shninns.