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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
^TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1876. A8HTS. W. R. WIL80N........,•.-. DOCTOR ). SHULZE....Ruby lhll WILL .> HABBITTS....Palisade A. M. HoitNB.....Austin T. STARR..-.Hamilton W.'A. CLA VTON.Tybo H. P. STIMLEK......Uolmont Off AS. Wf. CRANE, at No. 42>i Montgomery ■treat, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily SurriKCL in San rranoisco. Persons ic mat eity haring business with this odice era re guested to oommunioata with him ALF. CHARTZ is authorised to recoivesuo serititions for the SsstHki. and colloctfor the same in this town. All persons in Eu reke -wing for subscriptions will make payment to him. THE «BORAX MINER" «3t THE PRIA4S X BOARD. Barnes, of tbe Borax Miner, comes In for his say on the action of the Board of Prison Commissioners in re storing Hyman to the Wardenship. Being far removed from all the influ ences which surrounded the investiga tion, he ought to be in position to ren der an unbiased and impartial verdict. Though not strictly concurring in his estimate of the motives governing the ! motion of General Klurelf iu the prem-1 iocs, we append wiiat lie says, as iot lows: "Those who hare followed the proceedings of the Prison Board will not be surprised at this result. It has been quite plain from the first that it was the intention of Kittrell and Minor to whitewash Hyman, and the gross partiality shown by them in the ad mission of evidence favorable to the Warden, while they excluded the over whelming array of testimony offered by the prosecution, only adds to the general belief in the truth of the charge*. Although Mr. Hyman has been-acquitted by a majority of the Board, he stands fully convicted in the eyes of the people of Nevada as guilty of making false reports to the Legis lature, and of selling the stores of the State to the prisoners and appropriat ing the moneys to his own use. And while his friend Minor (by his verdict) ■ays that he believes the Warden to be innocent he moves the appointment of a Deputy Warden to watch biin. Let Mr. Hyman enjoy his position if he can—It is certainly not an enviable one." WILL SAl'KAMEXTO BE IHIIJ!. ife BATED? Thop. seems strong reasons for be lievingihat Sacramento City can hard^ ly escape1 being flooded. Three days ago both tbe American and Sacramento rivers were reported above high water mark. Since that time it has been raining almost constantly in the val leys and we see by some of our West ern exchanges that not less than four feet of snow has lately fallen in that section between Colfax and Blue Can yon. It seldom snows at all at this season of the year along the bell men tioned. Two weeks ago the hills and fields were already green with the ver dure of the coming spring. The im mense fall of snow already noted must necessarily go off with a rush, which, added to the high water of the Sacra mento river, can hardly result other wise than in the complete inundation of California’s capital. The debris sent down from the gravel mines of the mountains has tilled the beds of tbe rivers almost to overflowing, and, ns a consequence, a very small rise Is liable to do more damage titan many feet in former years. We feel for our trana mountain neighbors but really can dot well see bew they are to Avoid a most serious inundation. Our dispatches inform us that many of tbe California valleys are already over flowed, and it is scarcely possible that the worst has yet been experienced. It would not surprise us a bit to bear within the next five days that the dome of the Capitol building at Sacra mento was entirely submerged. Eaki.y in thk Fikld.—Aspirants for publio place in Elko county are trotting themselves out in remarkable good Beason. Here are a couple ot cards from tbe advertising columns of the Independent of late dale: H. M. Grant, the present Deputy Treasurer, announces himself as a can didate for tlie ottice of County Treas urer, subject to the decision of thj Re publican County. Convention. Joe F. Triplett, of Lamoille valley, takes this opportunity of announcing himself as a candidate for tile ottice of Sheriff of Klko county, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention. Surrkndkrkd. — The Independent party of California has surrendered unconditionally to the Republicans. A few days ago the Central Committee ot the Independents sent all of tlie arch ives and papers belonging to the party to the chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, at Sacra mento, and thus the third party in our neighboring State ceased to exist. At a meeting of the Republican State Central Committee, of California, on Wednesday last, it was determined to eall a State Convention at Sacramento, on the 26th of April next, for the pur pose of sleeting delegates to tbe N« tiooal Convention; at Cincinnati. The representation Mdjfcc State Convention was fixed at 40?y egates. New EniTOR^-The Lyon County Time* has a new editor in the person of Joe Wasson, a forcible and ready writer of wide experience in journal into on this ooast. UK. EUTKEB'B LETTER. We publish to day a letter from M. R. Elstner, ex-Warden pro tem. of the State Prison, relative to the communi cation published in the Skntinkl a few days ago from Attorney General lvit trell. Mr. Elstner think* that the (fun eral’s letter does him injustice in attrib uting to him an error which he did not commit intentionally or unintention ally. When General Kitlrell's letter was written he doubtless supposed from our omission in our article upon the subject to attach Mr. Clayton's name to tile order stopping tlie Senti nel's subscription that Mr. Elstner had written it; an idea of which of course his mind was disabused upon reading that gentleman's letter, which appeared simultaneously with his own in onr columns. We regret that there should be any misunderstanding be tween the two gentlemen, and hope no more feeling will lie displayed upon ei her side. We had no idea that our little article would have caused the commotion it appears to have created among our Carson friends, and we sin cerely hope that the matter will not be the means, directly or indirectly, cf creating ill-feeling where none existed before. mCKBACK TAKE!* A BALK. We are heartily glad that the United States Senate has at last ignored the claim of this pretender ta a seat in that body. He never was legally elected anyhow, and Louisiana may well con gratulate herself that she is at last rid of him. The telegraph failed to fur nish us the proceedings, but we find the following in o..e of our State ex changes: The question being on the amend ment ol Edmunds to insert the word “not” before the word “admitted,” so that the the resolution should read: " Resolved, That P. S. Pinch hack ta) not admitted as a Senator from the State ol Louisiana, for the term of six years, beginning on the 4th of March, 1873,” it was agreed to—ayes, 33; noes, 31), as follows; Ayes—Bavard, Caperton, Christian ey, Cockrell, Cooper, Davis, Dennis, Eaton, Edmunds, English, Gordon, Johnston, Jones, of Florida; Kelly, Kernau, Key, McCreerv, McDonald, Maxey, Merrimon, Morrill, of Maine; Morrill, of Vermont; Norwood, Pad dock, Randolph, Ransom, .Hautshury, Stevenson, Thurman, Wallace, Whyte, and Withers—33. Noes—Allison, Anthony, tioutweil, Bruce, Cameron, of Pennsylvania; Conkling, Conover, Cragtn, Dorsey, Ferry, Frelinghu.vsen, Hanidou, Hamlin, Harvey, Hitchcock, Howe, Ingalls, Jones, of Net ada; Logan, Mc Millan, Mitchell, Morton, Patterson, Sargent, Sharon, Sheruian, Spencer, West and Windoin —2d. Booth, Wadleigh, Uoldtliwaitn and Dawes, who would have voted in the atlirinative, were paired with Alcorn, Oglesby, Cameron, of Wisconsin; l,'lay ton and Wright, who would have vot ed *• No.” Those not voting were Burnside and Uobertaon. The question then being on the reso lution as amended, it was agreed to— ayes 32, noes 2(1—the ayes and noes being taken and recorded as above. The New Paper.—We are In re ceipt of tbe first number of the daily Mining Ileporter, just started in Silver City, in this State, by Harry Norton, late of the Lyon County Times. Tbe Reporter is about the size of the Rer eille, and is well written and priu'ed. Mr. Norton seems to be endowed with any amount of pluck and enterprise and starts out apparently with a deter mination to succeed. ■mUKIM. John Kelley, says the Elko Inde pendent, the man w ho personated A. Q. Millera few days ago, ami smreeeded in getting a sum of money belonging to the latter transteried to himself through tiie Bank of California, from M. P. Freeman & Co. of this place, with whom tliemoney was deposited — a full account of which appeared in the Independent a few days ago—lias been arrested in San Francisco. The pris oner is an old offender,and being high ly educated is well adapted to ilie pe culiar style of rubbing in which he lias engaged. His operations in the imme diate future, however, will probably be limited. Mr. Miller is not a resident ol Elko, as stated by some of tiro papers, but belongs in Humtioldt county, and was merely transacting some business through the bank here. At the regular semi annual election meeting of the Silver City Miners’ U1Y1011 held at their liall on Tuesday evening last, the following were elected officers for tile ensiling term of six months: President, Thomas it. Karr; Vice President, G. Lawson; Financial Secretary, K. A. Young; Recording Secretary, O. L. Roussan; Treasurer, Harry Brown; Conductor, Nelson Mar cello; Warden, Jos. Ross; Trustees, C. Sewell, Charles Charpeniier, Joseph Layman, Alie Wilson and Samuel iilair; Finance Committee, Charles Owens, Alexander Dickson and Joseph Marcello. At the annual meeting of the Hale <S Norcrosa, held Saiurdav, the following officers were elected: George Cotigdon, President; Kdward Barron, Vice Pres ident; J. F. Llghtner,Secretary; James G. Fair, Superintendent; Geo. Cong don; R. H, Follis, W. S. O’Brien, lid ward Barron, J. S. Flood, C. O’Conner and John W. Mackay, trustees. The receipts for the yearaiuouutod to 308 34, the disbursements amounted to |383,tit>0 34. There are new at the United States Brandi Mint at Carson 308 boxes of quarters and dimes ready for shipment Fast. The boxes contain each 9-1-300, making a tola! of 9413,000. Sixteen boxes contain quarters, the balance dimes, amounting to 9384,000. The Mint is now ruuning on twenty-live oent pieces for the Fast. McKee A Co., the “put” and “call” brokere, says the Enterprise, were in full blast again yesterday, and were paying all their contracts that were due. Although their office waa thronged nil day nil wee quiet end or derly. Confidence in their stability seethed to i-e completely restored among those present. The trastees of the Hnlin and Hunt Silver Mining Company y'ssterdar lev ied an assessment m forty cents per share on the capital stock of the cor poration, dona pient on the 17th of April, and d»v of sale fixed for May 12th. The Benton Mining Company was incorporated yesterday. (inject, to carry on a general mining business in the State ol Nevada. Director*— Setlt Cook, R. N. Graves, Daniel Cook, \V. F. Myers and John Skae. Capital stock, $10,8110,000. The Alpine Mining Companv. lo cated in Virginiadistricl, Storey county. Nevada, lias incorporated by the elec tion of -I. S. Jnne*. President; -I. 8. Stevenson, Vice President, and Wen dell Easton, -Secretary. The trustees of the North Consoli dated Virginia Mining Company iiavo levied an assessment ot 25 cents per share on the capital stock of the com pany, delinquent April 13th, ami day ot sale May 4th. easterToispatches. By Overland Telegraph. [sl'KCIAI. TU TB« DAILY •■KTI2f BL.1 Rumored Release or nil Foiilnn Prisoners— l.lvrly Times Aulici paled la FnrliHiiaeiit. Nkw York, March 1U. A herald ralile from London says: ‘•I am informed lha proclamation ol the Quean's new tills i* to bs followed by Hie release of ths Fsniin prisoners. I am also informed that there will lie startling proof# lings in I’.-.rl'lament on Wednesday next, when an a lack is to be mule on Cardinal Manning and (he Duke of Norfolk. The Home Secre tary will lie questioned respecting Manning’s alleged violation of ilie law by conferring Ihe title of Artiom Mag is'er on one alio tiy this title now claims to hold this rank in a Catholic University College. The Horne Seme tarv will also he asked if the Duke of Norfolk lias viola e.l international law by raising funds for German Ca'h olio priests, and asking what steps does the Secretary propose to take to punish the offenders and prevent a re currenee of the acts. The Secretary will probably reply that the Govern inenl cares nothing about the affair. A lively scene will lie th ■ result. Two high nobleman Iiaio gone over to the Church ol Koine this week. A posthumous live-act tragedy, by Duiwer, has been discovered. The scene is laid at Athens. Proceedings of the Various Investi gating Committees. Washington, March 12. Sonin davs must elapse before ihc Judiciary Committee can be prepared to report articles of impeachment against Belknap. No material testi n')' «ny, if any at all, lias been taken since tlmt ol Marsh. It is said, more than a week ego, that six or seven persons in tlie vicinity of Marsh A Kvaiis' late trailing |x>st, were summoned, and their arrival may soon lie expected. In response to a question recently nt a mem tier of tlie.l iidiciar.v Committee,he said that proof could lie procured inde pendent ol Marsh, to abundantly sup port and prove charges already made. The Committee on Foreign k-latioti* expect to .xamme ex-donator .S'ewart on or before the 2tith of the present month concerning his connection wiih tile Kmma mine. It is expected that Sclienck « ill appear before i lie Commit tee as soon as lie can reach Washing ton. 'I he Department of State lias not vet answered the note of t lie coinmitte a-k ing for the actual (latent the resignation of Schetick, nor anv of the note* or telegrams hi the same connection. Geo. H. Pendleton will appe T before the Committee on Kxp-th'itures in the War Department to-morrow. Members of the Committee on Nava! Adairs sa v their examination Is general as to contracts and as to allowances by Secretary Robeson of claims which hud h-en rejected or disallowed by Mr. Welles, his predecessor. The latter gentleman was before the committee several hours Saturday, and may be recalled. A UeitrneUv* Tornado. St. Louis, March 12. Accounts of the tornado which passed over a part of Northwestern Missouri Friday, say that the little town of Shriukey. in Monroe county, was en tlrely demolished. Two persons were killed and twenty-one wounded, some of them seriously. Failure of Daniel Drew -llonbery. Nkw York, Mardi 13. The Sun •ays Daniel Dr-w has tiled a petition in bankruptcy. Mr. Drew stales his liahi'ities would prolwbly amount In $!i00,000. 'I'lie endowment of tlie Drew Theological Seminary at Madison, N. J., for $250,000, and that of tlie Western University at Middle ton, Conn., for $100,000 are secured by mortgages on his farms. This was done soon alter his first troubles when he felt the need of protecting them as executor of the estate of his grand children. Mr. Drew is liable for $000, 000 additional, lint this, lie says, is se cured by mortgage. Mr. Drew has been in Wall street fur 30 veara past. He dates the beginning of his financial misfortunes to a lock of a million in Northwestern two or three years ago. Five masked men entered the house of Jas. Crosby, a Wealthy farmer, liv ing on tile Daliytown road, near the Farmer station, on the Nor: hern New Jersey railroad, early yesterday morn ing, and took off $200 worth of United istatea bonds and $1,000 worth of ail - venture and jewelry. FOREIGN NEWS. The Sreshel an the Danube. Buna Pentii. March 12. In five small townships along the Danube, five hundred and twenty-one houses have collapsed from the 7ih to 9lh insta t, in consequence of the foundations being damaged by flood. leslfasllss of the President of (vaguey, Montevidio, March 12. Pedro Barla has resigned the Presi dency of Uruguay. A meeting was held in favor of proclaiming Satorre, present Minister of War, Dictator. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES mom CALIFORNIA. The Worm III California - Pay master Kpnlillng Million Trial— Representative* of Ilia Interior Press In Connell. San Francisco, March 13. Reports received last night from the interior allow that heavy rain* have again fallen in Shasta county and the northern portion of Sacramento val ley. The river and ail tributaries are very high. A dispatch from Castrovllle says two-tbirds of Salinas valley is under water. The tunnel between Watson ville and Gilroy caved inoatheiith instant and cut off all cniriranuicntion with San Francisco, and the same evening the water washed away lb* road between Salina* and Gonzales; consequently there has been no trains or mails since the 10th instant. It rained in tliis city yesterday and last night, but to-day it is pleasant and bright. The Spalding court martial was be ing to day engaged in hearing the nr guments of counsel uti the question of admitting a* evidence certain vouch ers not named in the apecltical ion. itenrcseutatives or the interior pres* met again to day in this city. Articles of incorporation ware Hied with the Secretary ol State, by-laws adopted, da fining tha duties of officers, ole. A meeting of the directors is to le held tit* second Monday in May, August and February ol each ye*r. The di rectors for ilia first three months are Thoa. I,. Thompson, ol Santa Hosa; Fred. K. Knuitli, of Alameda; Theo dore Glam-v, of Auburn; Oeo. W. Gift, of Napa; ami Noah VT. sendder, of Petaluma. War has been declared on patent outsides. Monetising them being eligible to admission to tlie association. The Arthur llailrinwi nil In the heunte-Wilcox on Trial. Sacra'ir.jrro. March 13. The Senate Committee on Corpora tions will report on tlie Archer bill to day. Tlio exact nature of the report lias not been ascertained, hut it ir un derstood tlie committee are divided, the majority favoring a substitute hill on the ba-is of the Murphy schem . and the minority agreeing to report the hill submitted to !hem with certain amendments, but without recommen dation. Tlie trial of Assemblyman Wilcox, for assault Upon Somers, tlie Chronicle reporter, began to-day. The prosem t:on is ropm-ented by District Aib-niev Jones and Alexander Camp! ell. ofSm Francisco; Judge llndd, of .StbcKton, ex Assemblyman Norton, of Placer, and Assemblyman Clunie, of Sacra memo, appearing for the defense. A long list ol wi:nes*-es on each side si called, a majority answering. The de tendan’. plead not guilty. 'Pile iinpan eling of the jurv was tfit'll commenced The case will probably be on trial ali day to-morrow. A NOTH ).U I.L r rr.R IROl hi, KI.MT.NKK. Ca^ison, March 11, 1H7.">. Editors Sentinel: Gen. Kittre'l's letter, with that of^my own, and your remarks, all under same date, appeal to bo enfllcieut to give correct under standing why and how tlie Sentinel was discontinued at tlio State Prison Yet tlie spirit which is indicated in tli Genoral’e letter appears to me ratliei aggressive. In his lettor in chief In seems to labor to establish the verdict that I, while Acting Warden of the Pris on, assumed a responsibility totally un authorized by tlie Hoard of Prison ; Commissioners, or by any one mein her thereof. By postscript, however. ! lie (the General) reverses that verdict by tiie acknowledgment of lii.s own er rors. All would have been well enough with me had the (ieneral left out In* closing paragraph, which reads, “I would not lie understood as asserting or intimating by anything herein con lamed that Mr. Kleiner lias designedly miss: aim I i he facts in this mailer, Ini' presume lie has simply been guilty of an oversight or commuted an uninten tional error." I thank the (ieneral for Ilia • (Torts to protect my varaclty, hut can not favor ably appreciate liis presumption. One can sometimes led quiet when called a fool, privately, hut to he published as one is humiliating at times. I made no error, intentionally nr unintention ally. Can the (ieneral say as much? This is ail exact copy of the order sent to the Prison, and will show that neither Bradley. K ittrell, nr the name ot any newspaper was mentioned in tlie order or about it. Tlie General's publication iniulit lead to tlie mipposi tion that tlie order received by me was signed Bradley and Killiell: "State of Nevada, ) Office ok Secretary of State, j Hon. M. K. Elstner, Acting Warden, Nevada State Prison: Dear Sir: By a majority vote the Board of State Prison Commissioner* passed the following order this (lay, viz: “Ordered, that from and after this date but two newspapers be allowed for tile Nevada State l-rison. Respectfully, Cn as, Marti it. Clerk of (lie Board. I hope circumstances will not call upon me again to correct erroneous impressions, doing* or misdoings, ill re gard to prison matters. This is not the only instanca where it appears, unin tentional perhaps, that efforts have been made to place me in a false po»| tlou relative to prison affairs; the in formation of such efforts reaching me by letter privately, and it may ho or may not be conaoiing to some to learn that all such dlorls lin'e been as promptly and as successfully correct ed as lias been in the case In question; and all like etforta, if they should be made in the hereafter, arid if cnmiug to the surface, will be dispatched wit h aails set for the same port as those al ready made have Isiuled. Yours truly, M. R. Elsther. The following stocks were placed on the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board, in the Washoe list, Saturday: Vivien, Erie Consolidated, Cherokee, Lee, end North Opbir. An artist employed in repairing the properties of an old church in Belgium being refused payment in a lump, was asked for details, and sent in his bill as follows: Corrected the Ten Command ments... 5 10 Embellished Pontius Pilate and put a ribbon on bis bonnet. 3 02 Put a new tail on the rooster of St. Peter and mended his comb. 3 20 Replumbed and gilded the left wing of the Uuardian Angel. 4 18 Washed the servant of the High Priest, and put carmine on his cheek. 6 12 Renewed Heaven, adjusted two stars, and cleaned the moon. 7 14 Re animated the flames of Purga tory and restored souls. 3 06 Recited (ho flames of Hell, pula new tail on the Devil, mended liis left hoof and did several jobs for the damned. . 7 17 Rebordering the rubes of Herod and readjusting his wig. 4 00 Put new spotted dashes on the son of Tobias and dressing on his sack . 2 00 Cleaned luc car of Balaam's Ass ami shod him. . 3 00 Put earrings in the ears of Sarah.. 2 04 Pul a new stone in David's sling, enlarged the head of Goliath and and extended his Irga. :f 02 Docnrated Noah’s ark . 3 00 Mended the shirt of the Prodigal Bon and cleaned his ears. 4 00 50 11 [We give the above figures jest ss they enme ta u«. but whether the man received his pay in dol'ars sad cent'; or sterling com, we don’t know.— Ex.) I 802M. Eurek a, Marsh 11—Wife of J. H. Shoemaker, a soa. Tr«fsaure Hill, March 7—Wi'e of Andrew Swijk, a daughter. Gold iliil, March 6—Wifeof John KUloy,* son. Virtiiia. March d-Wifeef W. E. F. Doal, a tau.be. Virginia, Marsh 8- Wife of Thnaa* Duiphes. a •on. Lwmnil’s Valley, March 4—Wife of JoRoph llrenun, a r»d. MARRIED. Keno, March 8— Daniel K. Cora, of V'uraride. Cal., to Mis* Ote ia li. i ope, of K'-s». 1 J 1 lnm DIED. Eureka. March 13 —Ellen \N rtcott, daughter of John • . Ilinckl v. aged 7 we«»ks. Eureka, March 1 Migiod Dorrit**, a satire of Sonora, Mexico, aged about 40 year*. San Jo*e. .VIanah 12—Ki»li * C, I tittle, aged IS Jears 11 months and ti days. *i*ter of Mr*, j W. C d«*, ot this pi.too. Virginia rape is ?doa«e cop%• Wa*hoe Vidov March M-Mr*. O. E. Doan, Wife of Hob rt Doan, aged 2'J years, 7 mouths ■ nd 17 d tys R. SADLER & CO., MAIN STREET.EUREKA. NKV. SEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHAXBISE. ttoortn Delivered Free of Chars*. AGENTS FOU FOB.X2XODJ AND HOXKB i # INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOK TI1E California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport* ing Powder. mar7>tf DOWN! DOWN! O 0 E S Pine, Mahogany and Cedar WOO 1> ! Having made arrangements with Jake Wadish For an unlimited supply of wood, and desir »us <>, keeping pace with the tinios, tho un dersigned will deliver et any part of 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 also supplied on short notioe. IVo Use Talking:! We will Not be Undersold by any Monopoly! , . A. GALLAGHER A CO., Eureka Wood Yard. n<ar the Atlas Kurnaco. t'JUra NOTICE. TN PtRSUANCE OK AN ORDER MADE A by tho ll'-n. Hoard of County Commission ers,of Eureka County, Nev., on ihetHb inst., notioois h.reby given that said hoard will moet on Saturday, March litb. Hfftl, at 10 o'clock a. M.,for the totrpose nt levying the State and County Tagrrs <or the ftw »1 year lWd. K. II. HARMON, Clerk. Eukkk*. Nee., March 7tb, D7U. _ oiurH-td I EGAS, Ml AMU*. OK ALL IMBCRIP J tiuns, printed to order at the SENTINEL i Offish miscklla nko us. VOUING’S CONFECTIONER Yl the new ( unfectionory Stove, on * *t The East Side of Main street, opposite Meyers dt Franklin’s. * ** N« Old Imported Confectioner - AU Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DETT OPPosiTlowi DULL TiKflgg —.43ID— MONEY IS SCARCE 0. DiMEL & CO., Corner Hein anil Mark »»N,to We are up with the dull time* and have made a Large Reduction in Prices on our Goods. WE WILL SELL Patent Overalls for $175, formerly 82.50. Buckskin-fastened Overalls for 75 eents, formerly $1.50. Arctic Overshoes for $1.25, former ly $2. Rubber Boots for $2.50, formerly $5 Buffalo Shoes for 82.50, formerly $3.50. Cal. Buckskin Gloves for $1.75, for merly 82.50 Genuine Cal. Undershirts for $1.75, formerly $2.50. Genuine Cal. Drawers for $1.75, for merly $2.50. Genuine Cal. Shaker Socks for 25 Ciuts. Beaver Overcoats, Blue and Brown, for $12, formerly $18. Beaver Suits for 320, formerly f30■ Black Dress Suits for $37.50, for. meriy $50. Chinchilla Pants for $4, formerly $7 Blanket Pants for $2.50, formerly 35. Heavy Scotch Tweed Pants for $3, foi meriy $5. Heavy four pt. Blankets for $8, for meriy $9.50. And all other goods reduced la Proportion, which will be for CASH only. I*. l.-Su Mill Up marked n tin* Mnlvwalk. _ mrl^-tf _ FS&E JEWELRY! I3. BTSLESR WATCHMAKER -AND el 13 W 13 L E It - KHN'N constantly on band a w. Il-s.-l •moil nock of finediameoJ*, »"!• uni silver Kinetics and chain*, fine JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, AID Clock#, And « good assortment of »poctaclos. Plsese '•ad Mt nis store, two d* ors below Meyer*# Franklin's, and examine Ins now stack o* goods before iiurebasing elsewbero. His motto is QUICK riAblis AND SMALL PROFIT#. . .... Alio iho ahore begusrantses lo bent me BEST QUALITY, and wurranlod X* revre s.ntcd. , . . N. IS.—Special attention peid to «»«* work. Watches repaired and cleaned an* warianteil lor one year. Now jewelry maae to order, end jewelry neatly repntroU. All -orders from the country promptly •'* tended to. _ J»“f . For Sale. Ilf riOI HE...JIKVA0A. A Tlivve Olio nee For a man with a CAPITAL or S3,000. 'IHI K KXTIRK STOCK OF FURNITUR® 1 and Manufacturing Tools of J. R STAPLES. I'ioch" and Eugenie streets, together with the Furniture Wan-hnna-, ono I rtva.e Dwelling and the lots ui.on wltien the same ere ntusicu for a |mid, onorgulie man this is * **r ebsnee. a* it is a good paying bus.neas J h" »b"va propurly is centrally locate* »" worthy of the notice of parties doatring to in vest. For particulars isuuirv of . uirlO-tf J. K. STAPLE#. Ploolta M. ROCXMAN, M. D. |)H Yklf'M X, « *,v l conch ur, Oculist and AuriaL tirnsuluateo tliss lnipuri*l Medics l < filer, of Warsaw, i ulaad, and of tbo Pacino M cal.< oDegu. «>T Siaii t- rsociico. . , hr Office on I lurk street, formerly occupic* »r Justice It. M. beany._ mrl>lL House and Furniture For Sale. riWE SECOND HOUSE FEOM |KftS X the corner of CUrk and Soring streets, tugethor with the furniture, Kjilj^ . is offered for sale on reasonable terms, as tha owner ta . ^fgkK. laanteetrf fl* LOU IM LOiS*