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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
MONDAY, MARCH 1», 1870. _ -m - W. R. WILSON. DOOTOr ..-IHliLZE.Ruby Hill WILL ilABBITTS-.Palisade A. M. H'.itNE. Austin T. STARK.-.... .Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON.Tybn II. P. 8TIMLBR.Belmont CIIAS. W, CRANE, at No. 42U Montgomery street, la Sole Agent for the Eureka Itaily Skstiski, in San r ranciaco. Persona in tnat eity haring business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALK. CHARTZ is authorised to roceiro aun jcriptiona for the Skktinkl, and collect for the same in this town. All parsons in Eu reka -wing for subscriptions will make payment to him. GOfJTG TOO FAK. Under this c«ption the Enterprise devotes a short chapter to the late pro ceeding* of the Miners’ Union of Ruby Hill. The miners, in all legitimate ef forts to keep up prices, have the sym pathies of a vast majority of this com munity, but they can not reasonably expect to retain it should they resort to violence or employ extreme meas ure* of any kind. They have already laid themselves open to adverse criti cism by prescribing who the com panies may or may not employ. So long as the price of labor is main tained at the Union’s standard of $4 per day, the rational view is that it matters not whetherthe men employed at that figure are members of that or ganization or not. Mine owners as well as miners have rights that should be respected. However, we have a well-grounded belief that the present troubles are but temporary and tha> everything will shortly be moving along harmoniously as usual. Kol lowing is what our Virginia contem porary baa to aay on the subject: “By oar dispatches from Eureka a state of affairs is shown which is all wrong and which, if persevered in, will result in serious hardships to people generally, and to the Miners’ Unions especially. The President ot the Min ers’ Union at Eureka has given the manager of the Richmond mining company notice that after a cert sin number of days, lie must employ no miners who do not belong to the Union. This is something no body of Individuals in this land has any right to do. The effects of just such at tempts in Pennsylvania have been fre quent murders, untold misery to hun dreds of poor people and poverty and distress to the miners themselves. The relations of labor and capital in this country are intimate; each leans upon the other and each is helpless without the other. But capital always has this advantage: it can withdraw to other fields or suspend its operations When the obstructions placed in its way are too hard or degrading to bear. One white man, who behaves him self in this country is just as good as another, and the right to seek and earn an honest liveli hood is open alike to all. And so he who employe laborers is not bound by any legal or moral obligation to find out before lie employs a man whether he belongs to a certa'n order or not. The course pursued by the Eureka Miners' Union is shout to produce its legitimate results. The Superintend entof the Richmond Company soys in a card that, before submitting to such dictation, he will dose down the work an the property. Tbia will be a severe blow to every interest in Eureka. It will hurt the merchant, the teamster, the hoarding-house keeper—everybody In business there. It will go further. Mo capitalists will even go to look at property with a view of purchasing in a district where labor imposes such penalties upon capital. The result will be the miners themselves, if they pur sue their present course, will have to find a new field for their energies. The best way in the world is tor men to do as they would be done by. Those miners would think it very hard if they were compelled to buy goods et a par ticular house, to hoard at a certain place, to read a certain newspaper, or to join a certain church. Tbesa men demand what they would not submit to from another, and what will not be submitted to Irnm them.” HO*. LOT. M. MORRILL. Wr, And In the Maine Standard an Item of nswa that we have nut i>elore •teen on this coast. It appears that Hon. Lot. M. Morrill was offered Bel. knap's shoes. Says the Standard: *• Hon. Lot. M. Morrill, of this city( was tendered the position of Secretary of War by I'resident Grant, In place of Belknap, but declined. Ills acceptance of the office would have been satisfac tory to the country, as the people have conAdeuoe In his integrity of oharac tsr, but we think he was wise in de clining It. The duties of the oiAce would be new to him and require much labor and eiye, which would hardly pay for so brief a period of ser vice. Governor Morrill would not prove a popular Cabinet officer with the bummer elements of the party for the reason that ha has no stolen for tune wherewith to keep open house for i the benefit of champagne guzzlers and I gormandizers generally, but his sell respect and the confidence of honest people would amply compensate him in that respect.” Tj» Black Hills are to have a news paper, to be called the Black Mills Pi oneer. That’s progress for you. A RAID 4*!* «(Hni.F.lltl. A dispatch from Nan Francisco to the Virginia Chronicle tinder date of J6th inst. relates the following: “ The police made a raid on the faro games last night, with good results. Put. Robson’s game on Post street, with fifteen visitors and its proprietor, were captured. Alexander Henderson's game on Market street was captured. Henderson was found sitting on the sharp edge of a faro tiox, keeping watch over ilia tools. The game at No. 36 Geary street was also captured. The house No. 336 Post street was tenanted by two men, who were collared. Wbipple’a game, at No. 624 Market street, a house rented from Congress man Piper was capt tired with a few visit ors. Following is a list of the names of the gamblers captured: Put. Robson, Charles Huskey, Win. Peterson, T. A. Kane, V. H. Brooks, 0. VV. Slater, Paul Petsgue, (.Mias. Meyers, Chaa. Curtis, A. Howe, A. J. Henderson, James Walker, S. A. Bryant, James Payne> George Thomas, Emil Bauer, James Burns, Harry Williams and Thomas Johnson. Raids on all the houses were made simultaneously, so that iu a few of the places the men were surprised and the greatest consterna tion prevailed. Altogether the raid was the most extensive ever attempted in this city, and the gambling fraterni ty were in a furor last night over it. In Put. Hobson s game $1,002 were confiscated, and smaller sums in all the others. The police also raided on tan games in Chinatown, but were not so successful as on faro hanks, captur ing but one game and 27 players and $100. Tub Republican Committee.—We publish in the local col minis of to day’s Sentinel the full proceedings of tile meeting ot the Republican State Central Committee, held at Virginia City, on the liitli instant. It will be seen that the committee appointed the delegates to the National Convention at Cincinnati. It is not improbable that this action will cause a deal of dis satisfaction in the ranks of the party, as many ot the newspapers of Repub lican sentiments had strenuously ad vocated a convention where the people would have a voice in i he selection ol their representatives to Cincinnati. Our worthy fellow townsman, Mr. Wren, is one of the delegates chosen. HTKA 1.1 Yesterday morning, snvs the Carson Appeal of liie llitli, w hile I rain No. 4 for He no was passing Uirmi.h th« lun nel iionliwest of the city, Hiram Dows, and old employe of Hie Virginia and Truckee Railway Company, watchman at Ihe said tunnel, was ihiow n off tile train hy his heart striking the timber ing at ihe lop of the iutiuel--!ia being oil top of a itil 1 box car ai tlie lime of the accident, fie fell under tho cars, but strange to >elate, escaped with a crushed arm and some scalp bruises. Of course there was no recourse hut to atnputa e the injured limb. It was lakcu olf just below the shoulder joint hv Dr. While, Rrs. Davison and Hra man assisting. The operation was per formed w hile the patient was under the influence of chloroform. The in jured man seemed to lie rallying clev erly after the operation, and though lie is terribly shocked and shattered if is Imped he will pull through, being young, temperate and healthful. The right arm, we believe, is the one lost. An assessment of $1 per share lias been levied by the Prussian Company, delinquent April tlOth. An assessment of live cents per share on tl)e North Dayton Company lias also been levied, delinquent April 19th. The Empire Gold Mining Company, of Sierra val ley, has declared a dividend of $."> per share, payable on the llitli. Cornu copia Consolidated lias levied an as sessment of ten cents per share, delin quent April 171It; day of sale, May 8th. The Peytonia Gold and Silver Alining Company has increased Its capital stock from 1,000 shares to 190,000. An as sessment of fite cents [>er share lias been levied upon the Mammon, Devil’s Gatedialric , delinquent April 18th. The new incline machinery of the Ophir was “rolled over” tor the first time day betore yesterday. All worked to a charm. The engines are of 180 horse power each, and noth worked as and smoothly as though they had been running lor week*. The huge spiral reel Is in perfect order and ready to re ceive the caole. On the occasion of starting up the machinery day liefiro yesterday, the “ hoys” concerned had a few fsHtles of wiue and suitable cere monies. All the other machinery in and about the mine is working to per fection. At a late meeting of the stockholders of the Yellow Jacket Mining Company, It was unanimously resolved to in crease the number of alieree of stock in the aboye Darned mine front 24,000 lo 120,000, or five for one. at a par value of 910*1 per share, aggregating $12,000, 000. Twenty thousand shares were represented at the meeting. The new stock will probably be ready to be is sued to-morrow. The International Hotel Company to-day filed articles of incorporation in the Comity Clerk’s office. 'l ime of ex istence. twenty five yesrs. Capital stock, $150,000 in 1,000 shares of ihepar value of $150 each. Trustees for tlte first six months—I. C. Bateman, J. C. Hampton and A. Hanak. The Silver City Timet savN that last evening a man named Jobort, while running a car in the Davton mine, had his left hand hadiv smashed by a car wheel passing over it. Count Arnim's relatives have bad their petition for the Count’s pardon refused by the Emperor. Bismarck evidently still has the “ whip hand ” in Bsrlin. — - ■— ■ w— .. - .. i „ A liApv thought it was ths essence of rose that made her hair white. Jer rold suggested that it might have been the essence of thyme. EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. [SPECIAL T® THE DAILY SKNTI1XRL.1 ■•publican Menntorlnl t'nnrns Op pose Retrenchmeut In the t'lvll Service. Wamhinotox, March 17. At an adjourned meeting of the cau cus of Republican Senators to-day, af ter a long discussion, it was unani mously agreed that the necessary efficiency of the Civil Service would be seriously impaired il a sweeping reduction should be made in all its branches by the application ot the re ported policy of the House Committee to cut down nearly all the salaries ten per cent... and * the force employed twenty f>er cent., and also that the ac tion of the House in proposing to abol ish the number of our missions to south America arid reduce the sala ries of the principal Ministers to Eu rope is unwise and impolitic. It was therefore agreed that ttie Senate Com mittee on Appropriations should pass upon each item of reduction in the various bills separately and should recommend a concurrence only in these reductions, wliich sfter all sepa rate examination are found compatible w ith the continuance of requisiio effi ciency. Whenever such reductions can be made the Republican majority of the .Senate will \ote for them, but on the contrary, unless similar good reasons can be shown for concurrence in any recommendation of the House touching a mailer of important'®, the issue will be met with firmness. The Cnnnn Mint. Washington, March 17. The House Appropriation Commit tee, on i lie recommendation of Linder - man and the urgent representation of Congressman VVoodbnrn ami other Pacific Coast members, has consented to reconsider its action concerning the Carson Mint, and will insert in the pending Appropriation bill items for i he salary for the nnperiiitendeut and coiner ami $-10,000 additional tor wages and materials. Marsh will Return ami Testify Against Belknap. Washington, March 17. Attorney General Pierrepont, sever <1 days ago, sent a messenger to Canada to bring Mr. Marsh to Washington. Tile Attorney General lias heard from bis agent, and expects that Marsh will soon lie here; terms of safety having been offered him that in all probability will be acceded to. The New Hampshire Election. Concord, N. H., March 17. Returns from all tiie towns and cities in the State save two, Eaton and Ran dolph, give Cheney, Rep., 3,Ii!f3 plu rality over Mareey, Rein., and 3,281 majority over all, the total vote being: Cheney. 41,1918; Mareey, 37,975; Ken dall and scattering, 4-0. The two towns to he heard from gave last year, Che ney, 51; Huberts, 149. Move to Kelense C'onilou From Prison. New York, March 18. A meeting was held in Cooper Insti tute last night with a view to influence the United States Government to se core the release of Edward 0. Meagher Condon, the Irish American impris oned for life in Great Britain. The meeting was large, but no one of es peeiai influence was on the platform or in the audience. All those of influ ence of the town were at the dinner ol the Sons of st. Patrick, or of the Knights of St. Patrick, or some of the mitnerous gatherings last night. Fatally Burned. Mary Rar, an actress at Eagle the ater, and her infant child, were fatally hnrned las; night hy an explosion caused by the careless use of a lamp, Morton on Fish. A Tribune's Washington .special says the testimony of Morton before the Cnmiuinee on Foreign Affairs wa damaging to Secretary Fish, if it had the quality of truth. The ambitious young men on the committee, who are anxious to discover some fraud which will mage themselves famous, have lieen very reticent about Morton’s tes. tiuionv.aml tefiised to tell about it in a mariner which implies it is a dreadful affair. It has leaked out, however, that Morton, on cross examination, was found to have been employed bv tils Cubans, and afterward, to have been under the pay of the Sprnish Government, and various other evi dences ol crookedness were developed, which destroyed all faith in his uncor roborated testimony. Blnue will Take HI* Kent. Fa ms, March 18. Louis Munch Ims decided to take Ids seat in the Cliaumer of Deputies as a member of the Thirteenth Arondissi ment of Paris. Bristow Benie* the Chart* Washington, March 18. Tlie charge* or insinuation* con tained in a loiter dated. Louisville, Ky., and primed in the New York papers this morning, that Secretary Bristow, some years ago, participated in collect ing a irauduient mule claim and took half tile proceeds, is pronounced by tlie Secretary to lie w holly false. He did argue the case referred to before tlie Court of Claim* in regular pracncn ol his profession at a time when he had no public office, and tlie Court ad judged it a just claim, Judge Drake dissenting on legal grounds alone, and not because fraud was anywhere charged. The claim was paid hy Hie Treasurer upon an order of the Court. Secretary Bristow did not take hail', nor anywhere near one-half of tlie claim, but was paid as Usual in such cases, He had nothing whatever to do with tlie case in any of its stages before the Department, or in its preparation, hut after the proofs were taken lie ar ranged the case and argued it before tlie Court. It is reported at length in volume VII., Opinion of Court of Claim*. Chance for Riibenstein. Nnw York. March 18. Riibenstein, sentenced to b« hung for the murdcj of Sarah Alexander, has been granted a st«y of execution by Judge Brady until the oase la reviewed by the general term of the Supreme Court. Railroad Accident. Milwaukkk, March 18. As a freight train on the Northwest ern Railway was moving north this morning the trestle work on the lake front that supported the track gave way, throwing tlie engine in tlie lake. Kngineer Berry and.a fireman named Lynch were killed. Decline* the Nomination. Providknc’K, March 18. General George Lewis (.'ook declines the Democratic nomination for Gover nor. FOREIGN NEWS. Anstrla on Neutral Ground. Paris. March 18. A dealer in war material, just ar rived from Vienna, says lie sold la-t week a battery ot six guns 10 the Her /.egovians, but the Austrian author ities wilt not allow It to lie shipped to Tries! or any point in the direction of the scene of insurrection. He also says no one can get cartridges through the Austrian lines now. He has sold some small arms and one field battery to Servia. Servia desires to obtain ten inure batteries but lias no money now. That Government is very anxious to purchase a large quantity of small arms anti artillery. He thinks a do mestic loan will lie enforced lor the purpose of purchasing such. The be lief obtains ground at Vienna that Servia will declare war unless Knssia brings powerful and direct pressure to prevent it. The Turkish losses-Vessels Sup posed to be Lost. London, March IS. A Ilagusa letter states that a sur geon of the Turkish army, lately in charge of the hospital at Gatlelia. esti mates the Turkish losses in Herzego vinia during the insurrection to have been not less than 35,000 men; a large proportion of deaths resulting from maladies the gravity of which is in ceasing. The exhaustion of food is such that no attention is paid to requi sitions for more essential article, even for iredtcines. The sick die chietiv from lack oi proper sustenance and remedies. It is feared the Rritish ship Kate St. Clair, from New York for Glasgow, anti the hark Walton, from New York lor London, are lost with all on board. Alfonso's'; Triumphal March—Rull lights for the 1.1 vlaig-Masses Ibr Head. Cadiz, March IS. King Alfonso's entry into Madrid will be made tiu Monday morning. There will bn three days of public festivities. The King will eu'er at the head of 25, 000 troops. A Te Dewm will be sung in thecalhedtal, and a triumphal crown presented to his Majesty, in the after noon a dinner will he given to the sol diers, followed by fire works, illumina lions, bull tights, and distribution of medals and crosses. One hundred masses will be said tor those killed in the war. PACIFIC COAST OISPATCHES FROM CALIFORNIA. Delayed Malta-Proles! ami Appro priation Petitions — The I'onrt Martial —Mortality Report —The Archer III 11. San Fkancisoo, March 18. Two overland mails arrived last night and othar delayed train* are ex pccted in quick succession, the mad being clear. The faculty of the State University addressed a long communication to i lie Hoard ot Kegeins, protesting against the Carpenter Kducaiioiial lull introduced in liie ls'gislaiiue as lend ing to destroy the value ot the institu tion. Tile special committee of the Hoard of Regents has issued a memorial to ilie Legislature asking llie appropria lion ol >g.v7.00tl for building iigiiculiu ral faciii ies, e c. Tlic Spalding court martial met this morning, but there being no witnesses in anemia nee i1 im mod lately took an ad - joiirninenl until eleven o'clock on Monday. The Health officer reports seventy three deaths in the city this week, the smallest mortalhy for more Ilian six months. In connection with the re iont testi mony given belore ttie Uommiiteo on Corporations, with regard to the Arch it bill, u may ou remembered a lum ber merchant from Dixon, nun d Huff, came before the court and lesll tled that ilie people there would op pose tile Archer lull. At was consid ered at the time a groat point for .Sian ton], who publicly thanked Huff for his disinterested testimony. It now appears from a petition forwarded to the legislature by the business men ol Dixon iliat Huff is merely the agent of Howell <fc Co., ot Vallejo, and interest ed in a eontiaet with the California Ha citic ltailioad lor loading grain on their line. The petition repudiates Hull's statements, claiming the people of the vicinity ire in favor of the Areliar bill. Tiie bill came lip on debate agnin to day, Laine speaking in support of it for several hour*. He analyzed liie testimony of freight agent Mi nobs tic fore tho Committee on Corporations, asserting that the Central Hacittc actu ally followed tiie principle laid down in tlm Archer bill of changing differ ent rates for tiie same serviue on sev eral brauoliM* of that road, though ob jecting to tiie Archer bill on that ground particularly. Tiie debate on tho bill will be resinned on Monday. I.srge Wheat Crop. Stockton, Cal., March IS. The farmers claim the wheat yield of this valley for the present season will exceed that of any previous yesr. (trope throughout the entire valley are looking splendid, especially on the west side of the river. Very 1‘rolnilrlc. VVkllh. Nkv., March 11. Weather pleasant sort warm; snow thawing last. Railroad clear, and will remain so until more auow falls. Rulclie. Carson, March 17. A man named Edward Newman suicided this evening hv blowing out his brains with a shotgun. He leaves a wile and four children. Ill health la the supposed cause. NimI Accident. Oakland, March 17. Charles, a nine-year old son of Wm, Walkinsnn, switch tender on the Cen tral Pacific, was run over and killed by one ot the wagons of the Piedmont dairy. The driver has been placed un der arrest. “When the cold wind blown, take (•are of your nose, that it doesn’t get froze, and wrap up your toes in warmer hose.” The above, we suppose, was written in 'prose, by some one who knows the effects of cold snows, -.— -*4-« - Leap year papers advise girls not to tnarry until they can support a hus band. -— ■ • — It does not follow by sny means that a girl is a goose because she marries a Michigander. BORN. Virginia. March 13—Wife of Wni. B. liickok, a daughter. TOAKRIED. Carson, March 13-Sol. Simpson to Miss Tollio liarrard. Virginia, March 12—William Rapp toMaggio Zimiuer, SEW TO-DAY. DOTTA’S Coffee Manufactory. ALEX. DOTTA.PROPRIETOR PURE JAVA COFFEE IN UNLIMITED quantities, also. Swiss and California cheese at wholesale and retail. Family Groceries, Fruit, Produce, Fresh Fish, Etc. Constantly on hand. Opposite Odd Fol lows’ Ruildin*, iluin *treot, Kuroka, Nor. inrltt-tf R. SADLER & CO. MAIN STREET.EUREKA, NEV. SEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Uood» K.llvcrod Froo ort'hargo. AGENTS FOR FOB.BXOB AND BOMB INSURANCE COMPANIES, ALSO FOR THE California Powder Works, Hercu les Blasting and Sport ing Powder. mur'-tf YOUNG’S CONFECTIONERY! CANO IKS, F H U ITS, N UTS A N D CON F EC TIONEKY manufactured by niyaoH, at the n-.r ''onfactionery Store, on The Fast Mile of Main Street, opposite Meyer# A Franklin'#. No 014 Imported Confectionery ! All Confectionery Manufactured by Myself. I DEPT OPPOSITION! ‘vill-W M. YOUNG. THUS WE GLIDE! CRITERION SKATING RINK QPEN EVERY DAY FROM TWO TILL lour o'clock in tho afternoon and from 8 to H> in tho evening. Wood Minted nml Fit* for Every body. COME ONE! COME ALL! AND HAVE lots or ruxr. AdmlMklon.33 rant. C»r ol Minted.33 cents LEWIS HERNAKD, Proprietor. mrltMf EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA LIMBER COMPANY. South Main Streot, Eureka. Nevada and California LUMBER. OF ALL KINDS. Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine MINING TIMBERS Building Lumber! A complete astortment of Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Rustic and other STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING. Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash and Blinds, ete., always on Hand. EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH RATES. d7tf E. * T. In CO. Printing Otto*. MI8CKLZ,AtiEQUS' D- MaITheTm; dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT BARON'S BRICKBUllOlimj, MAIN STIIBBI, Eureka, IVevad-, ■ _jlll Itf “• J ■ STRAUS’ NEW JEWELRY STOKE! | MAI!* KTRCKT, 'Below the 1‘nrker Hew,' MY STOCK OK JEWELRY 13 COM plot* id every particular. A No. 1 Pebble Spectacle* and Ej* Glasses. My jewelry is from tho establishment of the only mnnnfngturing company on fa Coast. d28tf FINE JEWELRY! WATCHMAKER • -AND j iz w 1: i, k r. Kee»*s constantly on hand a w*ll-s<»l<'i*i'*d jitock ol fine diamond*, fold and silver watches and chain*, fine JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, A5B Clocks, And * (rood a**ortmont of •pwteclen. Piet*, ceil lit hi* ,loie. two d or. below .MeyeriJc Franklin’*, and examine hi* new*tock,f ani'd* bofur puri'ha*inK idxt'whero. Hi* motto i»Ql'll'K SALKS AND SMALL PROFITS, •All of »ho nhrve ho gun ran tee* to be of tbs HLaSi QCALITY, and warranted ai rejre seated. N. B.-8iocial attention paid to witch work. \\ arches repaired and cleaned tod warranted lu. m« year. .Now jewelry made to order’, and jewelry n *ntly repaired. All orders from tho country promptly at tended to. jaltt DOWN! DOWN! GOES Pine, Mahogany and Cedar W OOI>! Having made arrangements with .Tnkfl Waditih Koran unlimited supply of wood, and darir ou* o« keoptn? i>ae© with the times, tbo un dersigned will deliver nt any part of Eureka Free of Charge, the Best Quality of Pice and Mahogany Wood At SI2 00 and $13 00 Per Cord, and Cedar at $9 00. 8T0V E WOOD also iupj lied on abort notice. IVo Use Talking! We will Not be Undersold by any Monopoly! A. GALLAGHER A 00.. Eiir.kix WooJ Yard, near the Atlu Furnace, f-lk 1 111 rrii e Stock of FALL AND WINTER C O O D si Remaining on our hands at l>ro<-.jnt will hericofcrtO b« Sold at a Great Seduction! A, we oiuit tell the tame to roam *or 0Ur « SPRING STOCK! Which will arrive herein April., Our stock ot*ii»ir t»o numerous to m . w« will only say that any lady in §owrt, tf'“nl aoluctinu °r.l,lv.I}l|' Vsd wHIRB‘l gentleman in search of tLOl 1a1*>» • . . it to thoir advantage to give us a call butoro purchasing elsowhoro. COME ONI! COME ALU MBTEftti A ri.ANKUN February II, lb7.u MOORE S McDOUGAU. ' fnu 11-la anc Gem r* in SVAS’XiS and JTAXffC* DRY GOODS! Ml UEh A. NEVADA. New Goods Constantly Arrving Samples Sent Pree to any Part of the State. OUK MOTTO Ih One Price! | MOORE & McDOUGAU. P. S.-Our Store Cloeee on Sunday*. JaStf