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»IIBD*T, riCBIU'AKy 87, IM«. ‘ AUI *T». W. B. WIL80N. Pioche DOCTOP !. SHULZE......Ruby mil WILL . BABBITTS...Palisade A. M. lluitNE.Austin I. 8TARR. ...Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON.Tybo H. P. BTIMLEK.Belmont CHAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42d Montgomery street, is Sole Agent for tho Eureka Unity Skrtirkl In San Francisco. Persons in that eity baring business with this office are re quested to oomaiunieata with him ALF. CHARTZ is authorised to reoeive suo scriptions for the Skrtinkl and collect for the same in this town. A It persons in Eu reka -wing for subscriptions will make payment to him. •IIB BOKDK* TBOIBIXH. There haa appeared, or is about to appear, before the Mexican Joint Com mission in Washington a Mr. Robb, of whoes antecedents we confess our selves uninformed, save in so far as we are told by the telegraphie dispatches In to-day’s issu* that be lias been for name two year's engaged in the service of the Government In connection willy the troubles on the Rio Grande fron tier. It would appear that there are three different plans proposed for the consideration of our Government, bach contemplating the prevention of future outrages on the people of Texas from the Mexican bandits, but only ona looking to securing indemnity for past outrages. There is still another plan not al luded to in the telegram, but which is certainly deserving of mention, for it ia the plan most consistently .pursued by the United States for the pernt ten yeara. It is the plan of long suffering and great patience, the plan of much enduring and non-resisting. We mean no reflection on the Administration or the party in power, for this self-injuri ous peacefulness toward weaker peo pies has ever been characteristic of America; when our equals are in question we are only too ready to ruf fle our feathers. According to Mr. Robb, the first plan haa no less a godfather than the Lieu tenant General of the United States, and it ia substantially as follows. Give me, aays Sheridan, ten thousand regu lara .on the line of the Rio Grande, and I will punish and repress present aggreaaions upon our soil; I will in eure immunity in the future, and en force indemnity for the past. Failing in securing pecuniary indemnity, I will seise the northern States of Mex ino and hold them as security therefor. This programme haa certainly the merit of outspoken boldness. The seoond plan is that advocated by the Texans. It is to organize a force of some three thousand border cavalry; not regulars but frontiersmen, and with them protect the American side of the river, and, if necessary, carry reprisals Iteyond the boundary. By this mode no territorial acquisition ia proposed, and no indemnity is sought other than that which may be obtained by a system of reprisals. The Texans are to be in the pay of the United 8tates, and the Mexican guerrillas are to be met bya system of warfare eimilar to their own, in which all the advantages of numbers, wealth and pluck will on the side of the Ameri cans. The third programme is that fa vored by Mr. Robb himself. In the course of his duty he basestimated the damage to American interests, result ing from the border raids, at $11,000, 000. Let the United States, he says, make immediate demand on Mexicn far indemnity to this amount, and se curity for llie future. These demands, it is well known, tbe Mexican Govern ment cannot meet. Then, of course, follows the abrogation of the Treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, and then war; and as a oonsequeuce ot war, the an nexation of Northern Mexico to the United States. Now, that strikes us as a plan combining all the best features ef the Texas programme and the Sher idan proposition. The regulars will be furnished, (be Texaus will volunteer, Indemnity will be collected, and im munity In tbe future secured; our fron tiers will be “ rectified,” a region mighty In Us mineral wealth will be added to our country, and our manifest destiny will be advanced. And all this will be accomplished without violating auy accepted principle ot International law. _____ National Distinctions.—A rascally jcmnfl. r'rwn*-recently constructed ‘it tbe shape of a wooden leg hint from Sherbrooke, in Quebec, to Concord, New He simply made a leg of itb a cushioned socket for bis knee te reel in, crooked bis leg at a right angic And started. Wherever he went the conductor passed him, while tbe passengers dropped utony and tears into bis hat. When he reached Con cord, after leaving tbe train with a cau tion from tbe conductor not to slip down, he pulled off his funny wooden leg, waved It In the air and vamosed.— Enterprise. Now, that’s just tbe difference. If that Frenchman had been a free-born Yankee, be would have sold bis patent leg to some confraternity of Canadian beggars, and traveled to New Hamp shire like a gentleman on boneally earned money. New Paper.—H. W. Hayden, of Truckee, and Mr. Alexander, of Reno, have gone to San Francisco to purchase aaMarial for a new peper to be started Jit That Telegraphic Ignoramus.— We alluded yesterday in the mildest terms to some of the defects of the tele graphic servii-e to the Sentinel. We ■poke particularly of the Babcock trial and of the week’s silence thereon wherewith we had been fuvored. We wrote in good humor, without malice expressed or implied, but to day we must say weare mad. In looking over our exchanges this morning we noticed the verdict chronicled in the local col umns of the Carson Tribune of the ‘24th, a paper which doesn’t take the dispatches at all. The next paper we opened was the Virginia Chroniele, of the same date, contaiuinga full account of the matter. While we were reading it our local telegraph boy catno in with our Eastern reports, and upon glanc ing over them jve found a dispatch dated St. Louts, February 24,’contain ing Identically the same news which we had just read in the Virginia paper. Now, we contend that this is it little too rough. The -fault lies ih the repeating office at Virginia City, from which it should have been sent to us in time for Fri day morning’s Sentinel. When we have heretofore complained at head quarters, the Western Union magnates hare always expressed their willing ness lo take all nec ssary steps to in sure our receiving the quantity of news to which we are entitled, and at the proper time. Now we respectfully ask them to place some one in their office at Virginia In place of the laxy, or blundering blockhead to whom we are indebted for the privilege of pub lishing an important item of telegraphic neAs twenty-four hours after it had been read by our local patrons in a pa per published four hundred miles away. We have spoken. Original “ Pome.”—In this morn ing's Sentinel will be found an orig inal “pome” by “Thwack Away,” a gentleman of tine literary acquire tnents and cultivated genius and taste, who has heretofore contributed only to the columns of the Me 3eary Jingle of Freedom, but who will henceforth ex hibit his gems in the pages of tha Sen TINEL. Conviction of Walder.— Our Cali fornia dispatches state that Miner Wal der, who was on trial for felony ai Modesto in changing ballots, was found guilty by the jury, who, how ever recommended him to the mercy of the Court. It is becoming generally understood among the saints of Utah that the headquarters of the church will be re moved to Saint George. Chah. W. Tozkh lias assumed the siiperintendeucy of the Genera! Thomas mine and mill at Columbus. ■TEAUSIUR. There can be no doubt, says the Enterprise of the 24(h, that our town at present contains a great number ol burglars, thieves and vagabonds ol every slri|te. The officers know of the presence ot tliess rascals and know not a few of them by sight. It is to b* hoped that some of them may be caught, blit as they generally operate in places where they are not likely t< come in contact with the police it would be well for our citizens to look well t< the fastenings of their dorrs and win dows; also, to keep firearms within reach and use them at every oppor tunity. In tills way some of the vil lians may lie punished. Night before la:it the store of Tangerman A McKay, South E street, was entered and good to the value of about $J00 carried oflf The goods taken were a large lot of ci gars, tobacco of various kinds, lea ami some whisky in bottle*. About $1- in money was taken from the drawer. An entrance was effected bv forcing the lock of the front door with a crow bar. The business was very quietly man aged, as no noise was heard by Mr. McKay or his elerk, who slept in a room in the rear of ibe store. Thf bouse of T. Tully, on North Howard street, whs also entered night iielbre last and jU3.'> in coin stolen from a bu reau in the Iron: room. None of the inmates of the house were disturbed. So.i.e of tlie suspee'ed class now in this place will do well to move on to ward tlie Itlack Hills without waiting for grass, unless they desire to slop here permanently. Another shot, savs the Enterprise ot the 24th, was tired in Chinatown night before last. There l« shooting In that part of the town nightly. As no one is hit, U would seem that the shooting is being done in the way of banter ot in a spirt of bravado by men who are trying to “cap up” another battle. This state of affairs has ruined busi ness of every kind in Chinatown. The better class of Chinamen who are at work up town as cooks and servants now keep away from Chinatown and tbe Chinese merchants and traders arc doing no business. It is said that old Sam Sing talks of leaving—that he lias money enough and will return to China. This would leave Hop Sing master of the situation and would probably end the war. Brigham, aaye theSalt Lake Tribune, ia making preparations to go to St. George with the Oi.e-eyed Pirate, in the course of a tew days, the object ol bia visit being to dedicate the new temple to the Mormon god—bestial ity. On tho way down it is expected tbe San Pete temple wilt be put in the courae of ennatruction, the Arizona mission preached up, and the brethren tat called upon “to assist the scattered poor of God’s people in gathering to Zion,” with Enoch sandwitched In be tween. The April Conference will be postponed until May, to allow the Propuet time to return. A new judge, however, may make it necessary for bim to put in an appearance a little sooner. L. O. Tiilotson and Edwin S. Greely, comprising the firm of Tl.lotson A Co., of New York City, brought suit in the liiatrlot Court if Humboldt oh the 24th instant, against the Nevada mid' Northern Tclegtaph Company, for the >tun of #i>.74«> Sp alleged to ho due i p aintiff* for wire, insulators anti other \ material furnished defendants in the year 1875. Vegetables have to be shipped from Salt l,ake to the ne>v mining district, in Washington county, notwithstanding the district is but sixteen miles north of St. George, Brigham’s Southern Capital. This shows that the Prophet’s St. George serfs are too lazv to raise vegetables or the country is too poor to grow them. The Salt 1-ake Tribune savs that in ttie Black Hills flour is worth 812 per hundred, coffee 33 to 35 cents per pound, and tobacco from $1 to $2 per pound. The store of M. B. Staunton, at Wtn nemtnva, was burglarized last Thurs day night and a case of hoots stolen. LETTER EKOM MAN Fit tJK ISCO. [ from a sojourning Has* Ranger.] San Francisco, Feb. 23. Editor Sentinel: In the world's history there U nothing that can com pare with the rise and progress of San Francisco from the time the tirst tent of the American emigrant was pitched on the shores of Iter bay in 1847, to the present time. Then the place she now occupies was, it not a wilderness, a semi-barbarous waste, with inhabitants but little more cultivated than the hills and valleys around them, with no pur suits save those of the wild trapper of the Hocky Mountains, or early hunt ers of the western wilds. Tlie pursuits of the swarthy sons ot the soil were those of tlie setri-civilized red man, only limiting and fishing, save and except such abortive attempts at cultivation as produced tlie melon, the squash or other almost spontane ous fruits, and barely enough of these to season .lie dish ot meal or game that the lasso or ritle furnished. Almost a! a moment’s notice, as it were, in less than thirty years, behold the change! Where tlie Mexican hunter lassoed the wild bull and cow for tlie sake of tlieii hides alone, and careered his steed over the sand hills in vain wantonness, now long streets extend their goodly pro portions, and on either side well stocked stores display the products of every clime to gravity the luxurious taste of tlie passer-by, who may have tlie means and will to enter and pur cha-e. Seminaries, where tlie arts are dis -eminated, can la- tumid in every quar ter. and tlie houses of find tower heavenward in their majesty, from whose sanctuary may be heard nightly the sound of prayer and tlie pealing anthem, as tlie devotees of some laitli |ioiir fort It their praises to the Supreme Being Yet, on the spot where these stand, twenty-six years ago, tlie bowl of the famished wolf or the yelping ol tlie cayote alone disturbed the silence of i he night. Her bay, where a few years since n solitary whale ship might occasionally anchor for wood or water, a trader in liides and tallow, or the canoe of a Mexican or Indian ill pursuit ef water Inwl or tish, were tlieonlv crafts that dotted its surface, now hears the ship ot every nation of earth, laden with the manufactures or fruits of far-otf lands, brought hither to be exchanged tor the gold and silver which flows into her lap ■ laity from the liiils and ravines of the interior, and from tlie Siate of Nevada. Row upon row of wharves, groaning with warehouses, run tar out into wltnt was tlie hay in 1849, and where Mont gomery street and principal business houses now proudly erect their heads, was then a sandy lieach, but a few yards removed from high water mark See w h.it Anglo-Saxon progress has effected here. Had tlie native lords ol tlie soil remained in possession, would San Francisco now sit enthroned on lierseven hills, like ancient Rome, dis persing Iter wealth to the most distant points of tlie globe, and creating a new era in history? Not so; indeed the in tellect and enterprise of all lands made her what she is, and who may pierce tlie dim vista of futurity and see w hat she may vet become. With able and honest men to sit in her councils and direct her course, there is nothing she may not accom plish within itio next fifty years. Behold her to dav with a population of two hundred and fifty thousand souls and Iter age within thirty years; yet, not one particle of the germ of her rise and progress lias diminished, inn, on tlie contrary, it rather increases from -lay to day, and science, system, energy and skill are each in turn, brought into action in Lite development of her resources here, as well as iu the interior. in tlie city and vicinity manufactur ers of all kinds are in successful oper ation, from tlie coinage of tlie almighty dollar down to tlie making of a tin <-ii|i that costs ten cents. The higher brunches of art have a cherished abiding place here; and the drama, whose influences at once in struct the mind anil chasten the spirit, lias established for itself many proud temples flint will compare favorably with those of Kurope and confess no inferiority to their sister domes in tlie Atlantic Slates. Music, whose strains, Congreve as serted, liss charms to soothe tile sav age breast, claims a position, and has securer) it, for is there not an Italian Opera House, a Music Hal!, a German Society, and others T and each of these add their quota to the enjoyments and refinements of civilized life. Nor, on these alone do I predicate my theory of tills city's future inagaituds; lar from it; it is to her natural position I would as sign tlio csti-e, and none can deny that my basis fora structure of greatness is broader than Rome ever had in her palmiest days, or the city of Die Con stantines, ere the efliminacy of Alexis Commentts opened its gates to the warlike and enterprising Moslems. Site lias in tlie first place a climate that even Sunny Italy can not surpass, and in tlie valleys beyond, that stretch away for miles and miles, there is a soil of such productiveness that every fruit known to tropical or temperate zones, as well as plants and roots fit ting for the food of man or animals, will reward the labor of tlie agricul turalist with such a bountiful crop that tlie fabulous cornucopia of the valleys of Thrace will hecome a real ity. Before her lies a hay, where the shipping of the world might ride at anchor, without one ship getting athwart her hawser; and. fiually, the mineral wraith of the State at large is | of silt'll an iiiexhau-tible nature that age* alone can produce any visible diminution oi it; not only as far as precious nntals are concerned, but al most every olher mineral used in the country; and from the best geological examinations and the conclusions de duced theretrom, California is beyond question rich in all the ores inn-st in use in this age of progress. As San | Francisco must be the outlet of the United Mates possessions on the Pa id tic as well as the chief receptahle of all foreign trade on thisside of the con tinent, stie is destined pre many vears pass over, to be the leading city of the Western lc misplierp; the more especi ally so as one railroad already con necta the Atlantic with the I acitic, and soon a longer link in the chain of con nection will be made, and the iron horse w ill come pr mndly prancing from tlie waters of the Mississippi, Arkan»tt«and ltio Urande, to our fire sides, as it were, to awake the long slumbering echoes of the hills by his vapor-metallic neighing. C. L. EASTERN DISPATCHES. Bv Overland Telegraph. (MPKCIA1. TO THE PAII.T HEMTINKI..' Kn«l or lh« Babcock Trial—A Ver dict or Not Guilty—How the Ver dict t*»» llecel veil. Sr. Loins, Feb. 24. At 25 minutes past 3 o’clock the jury sent word that it had found a verdict amt was immediately ushered into court. On taking its seat the foreman handed the verdict to the clerk, who read it as follows; •• We, the jury, find the defendant ’not guilty.’” Some demonstration in lavor of de fendant was made, but it was tpiickly stopped. There was a general hand shaking, ho vever, and General Bilh eoek crossed over to the jury and mo«t heartily and fceljngly shook the hand' ot each juryman, and thanked them kindlv lor their verdict. The General and his friends then left the court lor their hotel. On reaching the si reel the party was heartily cheered by a great crowd w hicli eongiegated in from of llie Custom-lion~e, and almost everybody seemed well pleased at the result. Kver since General Uabeock’s discharge bv tlit- court his hotel has been crowded with the prominent citi zens of st. Louis to extend their con gratulations on the result of the trial. About ti o’clock this evening the otti cers at the arsenal, accompanied by the band, gine the General a serenade. Col. Hatch made a brief sppcch, in which he congratulated Babcock and said the verdict was ano her evi deuce of the closing of thegapbe ween the North and Sou h, and the rcstora tion of peace and fraternal feeling, and called on the band lo play I’ixie, which was done. General Babcock was then loudly called for, and responded in about the following words: ••Gentlemen of St. Louis—I thank you for all your expressions of kind ness toward me. My heart is too full for me to make a speech to you to night,even if I could do *o under other circumstances. 1 must thank all most deeply.” He then in'rodneed Mr. Storrs, who made a few remarks. Application for a New Trial fur Mc Kee. St. Louis, Feb. 25. In the United Slates Court to-day. Colonel llnleli,counsel for MrKee, tiled an affidavit in support of hi* motion fot a new tiial. Some editorials from tlie He/iublietm, w Inch are claimed lo liatr served to prejudice tlie ease against tl e defendan , were also filed. I he atli davit mentioned is by Wa-on Fos ier, of Like county. Missouri, who charged II. I-'. Summers, a juror in (lie McKee trial, with having pre-judged tile case by stating previous to tlie 11 ail that lie believed McKee to be eui l\ and that lie was tlie biggest toad ill tlie puddle, ’i'iie Court ordered lliat iln defeiidant have leave till the 5ili o! March to tile additional affidavits, and the prosecution ten days thereafter to lo answer tlie same, and then tlie de fendaiit to have until tlie 2Utb lo iii testimony in rebuttal. t'llTy mowers to Invade California. Nkw Yoiik, Keb. 25. Arrangements are being made Inr a grand enneert tour in California by I*, .s. Gilmore, uceompanied by fifty per lormers, among w hom are several ar lists of prominence. The visit to Cali loriiia will Lie in April, and prepara tions looking to one of the greatest mu sicial siicces-es ever known on tlie I'a citic coast, are making. l*lans for tits Settlement of the Mexican lioriler Troubles. Chicago, Kelt. 2d. A Tribune Washington special says Mr. Kobh, who, as U. S. Cnminis sioner, spent two years on tlie Kin Grande iiorder taking testimony in re gard to losses by Mexican raids, am1 <wlin claims to lie belter acquainted witli tlie exact character of these incur sinus than the army officers can poasi blv be, lias arrived in Wa-diingtnn lur tlie purpose of testifying before the .Schlilzer Mexican Border Counn.ttee. He says he has heard three plans sng gested for putting a stop to these out rages. First is that proposed by Gen Nlierldan, wlm says if the Govermneiil will give him 10,000 men, with hill power to act at his discretion, lie will take eiiarge of tlie border and slop the incursions. He would give tlie Mex ican Government thirty days to per fect measures for tlie prevention of any further raids, and if any occur afur that time lie would cross into Mexico and punish tlie thieves on their own soil. He also pro|>oses ulii mately to establish a new boundary between the U jilted States and Mexico, annexing to the United States tlie por tion of Mexico north of a line extend ing from a point on tlie Sierra Mad re mountains to 101 1’aso, including about 500,000 square miles of country, very rich in minerals. Tlie second plan is to raise three regiments of Texas cav alry. at the exfiense of tlie United Stales, and place them under command of United States officers. Mr. Kolih doubts if this plan would lie effect ire, ami tliinks it would eost at least $5,000, (XX) before the raids were stopped. His own plan is to make immediate de rrnnd on Mexico for tlie payment of all loss sustained by citizens of the United States on account of these raids, amounting to about $11,000,000. Of course Mexico could not pay this Mini, and on its declining to do io lie would demand the immediate abroga tion of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidal go and the forming of • new trea y which would contemplate the annexa [ion of the Names!rip of territory which it is proposed lo acquire hy Genera 1 Sheridan’* plan. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA A Belter front the Miner* Employed In the Mnliogmay Mine—Unci it jf liitcllljfeuce— Faro Hunk tap tnreii—file Commercial Batik— l.eprany In Man I'rauclMeo—Cell* fenaial Collection*. San Fhancimco, Feb. 2d. A comimmiraiion has been received by i lie otlicers of t he Mahogany mine, stiver City, Idaho, limn the miner* employed in the mine, reciting that the limit is rich enough in ore to pay all tlie debts of the company, but that the employes are uuahle lo procure the necessaries of life liy the neglect ot tiie company to work the mine or pay their bills. The miner*, thereto.'e, pro pose lo w ork the mine on their ow n account, and after paying current ex penses apply the surplus to paying the Amount (hie themselves, the com inunk-ation concludes tints: " Tins is not an agreeable request for us lo make of a leading corporation engaged I in Owyhee, but we are driven m thi* alternative or the equally unpleasant <>iies of stai vilig, or hunting lip Geo. M. Plnney hi Peru.” A two mile and repeat and three mile and repeat race is talked ot to come oil at the Bav Ihslriet Ground* on March 4th, and lltli. JIocKhnok ing. Golden Gate and others will enter. Ttie officers lust night captured one of the numerous faro hanks on Kearny street with the dealer, .lolm Masev.one visi orand about $1,200. A meeting of the stockholder* ot the Commercial Bank ha* been called for Friday, March 10. Toe meeting is lor the purpose of closing up business and dissolving the colp<>ration. The Central Pacific Itailroad Com pany is tracing up its centennial prod ucts and making prepaiations for the shipment of the collection lo Philadel phia. Five eases of leprosy are reported among ihu Chinamen at the smalt-pox hospital. Knllrond Beiflslotioii. MACIUJIKMFII, Feb. 2b. It is now unilerxlixxl that the cant us of iicmocruttu Sena .nrs and Assembly men last night was upon railroad leg islaaon. The Democrats supporting Archer’s Fare and Freight hill, de miiudcd Its passage as a party measure. It is staled mat a count nu> been made of the Senators and 22 are put down a.~ favorable to it ami lit as against it, lur some of the former are thought to be u little Weak-Kneed. A Young l.nily (turns- I. Stockton, Feb. 2fi. Miss Susie Hun , a teacher In Jt-tler son school district, was serit usly, if not fatally injured this morning hv lift clothes taking lire. The ucciiietit is supposed m have urisen from stepping on a match. I'ouvicllon of Walden. Modi sro. Feb. 2b. At 3:15 this afternoon the jury in tin in the case of Miner Walden, lor felon.' in changing l>a.lots, after being nut six teen hours, rendered a verdict ol guilty, but recommei ded the prisoner to the mercy of the Court. [Writtm for ibe Sentinel.1 T1IK TflHKK WIIITK (WANIIED) KUOt I N. A Fume Alter tlte Manner of Kittle Hi I lee. I here are three rogues now known to fame; Ami eueh ono boasts of high degree; fwo in the Northern land were born. And the third he haila from tho South countree. There i" loving llonry and greedy I’.ab, And the third is no one but little P. ( ., And the threo together they just took a no tion To swindle tho folk of Amerikee Said greedy Bab to loving Henry, “Thore’s plenty of chances we all can loo You take the women, i’ll take t.ie whisky. And we’ll give Nevada to littlo P. C.” To greedy Ifab, says loving Henry, “Tbu plan’s agreeable to me; Tie on to Grant and you’ll get the whiskv. And I’ll try ms hand with Elizabeth T.” Just then the ears of the two great swindler* Heard a'rembling pipe frunt the lips of I'.C.: "Liab'ii got tho whisky, Henry the women. And there’s nothing left that 1 can see." Then Henry and liab both spake together, “Dry up, dry rp, thou little 1’. C.; Go west, to Novada, as Warden, and thou, liy starving and stealing, will grow richer than we." “All right,” say* I\ 0., ar.d with one accord These throe rogues partod in highest glee; Henry to Ilrookly , llah to the IV hito House. 1’. C. to the wildsof the West countroe. Years pursed on; they all three prospered; Kach was as happy as happy could bo. Huh had the White 11 oeso, I*. 0. the prison. And Henry had captured Klmtbeth T. Aud they swindhd and lured, and thoy lured and they swindled. Ilab he stole whisky, and I*. 0. stole tea; And ilonry, grown wear/ of sameness ol charms, Captured more by a score than Klir.ab.ith T. But then came a reckoning; oh, whut an awakening! 1’. C. was confronted by (lovernor B.; Bab was indicted, and poor Christian ilenry Was threatened by Bowen and 1 huodoru T. Then shrewdly thoy couns.dod to holp one another; Henry summoned n council sdrisnreo, Bab peeked a jury, and th* innocont Warden Called loudly for holp to John It. and J. I>. And all throowero acquitted; Bub by hisjury; Tho council stood fust bv ilenoreo: And 1*. C. now stands triumphantly honest. By the Iriendship and help of John It. and J. 1). But tho world still bolieres, in spite of tho rordicts. That guilt's in the bosom of each of the three; And the Angel of Itecords will drop nc\r a tear on The charges on file in Ued's rbanceroo. Thwack Awat. _JJORN. Wma. Feb. l»~WUe of J. c. Virginia, Feb. 22 Wife of Andy Nwri„„,4 MARRIRB. Gold Hill, Fob. 211-Hr. IVtor MapsoD^Tur Nannie Browne, of Barix, Ky. Misg DIED. = Klko, Fob, 21—George Mills, aged «.-, 'g;y.vt-*• 'ssJw Roman Wrestling Match. Ed. Brannan and Jos. Farnsworth WILL WRESTLE AT BIGELOW S aAL1 Saturday Evening, March II, ' For 8JSI a »ide, according to th« followi rulos and stipulations: ln* 1. Both contestants nro to c..tne „ ring stripped from the hips up. and Jr t p examined by tho judges, to tee th,t ,tll> .’ no grease, soap, ;<r.rexi». on their bodios^.V* also to soo that tlioir finger nails an. , n‘i closely. * |iartil A Buib parties have got to take hold,h»VB thohips. It either party takes a hold h. " the hip it will bo declared a “luul ” '*’* % Either contestant has to be ihrown flat on his hark, with both shoulders on ire ground, before it is declared a lull. I. Fifteen minutes allowed between oseh •b. If either contestant shows any sirnsof tripping, or doos trip his opponent, it will bo declared a "foul.” II. Thoeontost to be the best two falls out of three. 7. Articles of agreement to bo read by tha judges bolorc the wrestling coDimenees _ f'-iitd DOWN! DOWN! GOES Pine, Mahogany and Cedar W o O J> ! Having made arranue.mk.vk with .TitIce A\ a diMh For an unlimited enpply .if wood, nnd <ie»i' 1 "U» '•! keeping nor® with the tinev the ut demgned will deliver ut any part uf Eureka Free of Charge, the Best Quality of Pine and Mahogany Wood At $12 00 and $12 50 Per Cord, and Cedar at $9 00. •STOVE WOOD «l»o aupi lied on abort notice. ZVo Use Tnlltinjg! We will Not be Undersold by any Monopoly! A. il A MAO 11 Ell A CO., Euruka \\ oud \ ard. i>uar the Alius Furnace. _f M- I m WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!! I WANT MY CUSTOMERS AND THE i puhlif in g-nurul tu km*# that 1 urn pre pared to .uriii-b tho Bast Nut Pine and Mahogany Wood at $12 and $13 per Cord, Delivered to any part of town. Also Stove Wood In <L'!nnti'ics to auiU teVltn H. II. EOLFSTON. J. STRAUS’ NEW JEWELRY STORE! f js »■"*STRECT 'U/ Heine the I'arkerHeuae^1* MY STOCK OK JEWELRY IS COM I'lote in every pm tieulur. A No. 1 Febble Spectacles and Bye Glasses. My jowflry ia from the e«tabli“hnient uf the oi ly manufacturing company on the Coa^t. d28tf EUREKA FOUNDRY. L. C. A1VSS&IOH, HAVIN'! PURCHASED THE PROPER tv known aa tlio Eureka Foundry, t* low |>ro|>artaj tnfurui.b milia, furnace*.etc. nth C mating. of All Doarription* | alas. Machine Work. **- I ini.ire from Ao*fin. Rolniont, Hatr.it" on, an.I .Mine; jl IIill aolicitod and tilled with li»|.atcb. All work leaving tiii* foundry U ARA.VTKKD. ami on the moat rcaaonable ■orina. Ordcra latt at the foundry, or adiire** ■Hi to I,. C. ANDERSON. Kuron'a Foundry, Eureka, Nevada, Will receive pr.*»ni»f attention. o‘20tf DANCING ACADEMY. Professor Bach Announces to the public that classes for instruction will commence THURSDAY evening, Jan uary *Jth. Classes of instruction for gentlemen,TUES DAY' evening, at 8 o'clock, ' rnetising class, THURSDAY evening at 8 o’clock. I.adie* free at practising clussoa on Thurs* day evening*. Classes of instruction for ladies on TUES DAY and '1 UUKMMY, at 2 o’3lock p. b. WD.fi regular attendance rapid progress is guaranteed. jai-lm PROF. L. BACH. FOR RENT. THE FIRE-PROOF ROOM CORNER OF 1. lJuol and Clark streets, in rear ox the t ornor Saloon. - A I.SO A house containing two rooms, on Duel itreet, below Clark. Inquire of d-JDtf TllACIlKK A CO.