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EUEEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1876. " AM EM TS. W. R. WILSON.-- „..Pioebe DOCTOI’ '. SHULZE..Ruby 11:11 WILL KABBITTd—.Palisade A. M. Ih.itKB..-......Austin £. STARR.-- Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON.Tyho , H. P. STIMLER.Belmont CUAS. W. CRANE, at No. Mont*<>merr street, is Solo Agent for the Eureka Baity Sk*ti*kl in San rranoisco. Persons in tnat eity baring business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CUARTZ is authorised to receive suo seriptions for the SKirrnua and collect for the same in this town. All persons in hu reka -wing for subscriptions will make payment to him. Contkmptxblk Elino.—Dr. Zabris kie, a member of the Republican State Central Committee, at the late meeting of that body, offered a gratuitous in sult to tbe louruals ot his paity in this State, by assigning as a reason why they had advocated the calling of a convention, that they might by that means get more money by advertis ing. The meanness ot so contempti ble a fling at the members of an hon orable profession could only have or iginated in a mind utterly incapable of appreciating an honorable motive; and it is a reasonable presumption that the pill peddler who thus expressed him self is governed by as dishonorable motives and addicted to as equally dis honorable practices in his own profes sion as be attributes to the Republican journalists of this State. We don’t know that he would purposely keep a patient sick to increase his fee, but he I couldn’t prescribe for us if we had plenty of money and he knew it. Brutal.—-Telegraphic advices from Virginia City give the disgraceful de tails ot a prise fight yesterday between Sullivan and Trevillian, near Empire City. There were several sheriffs pres ent, but none of them had tbe courage to interfere to stop the brutal, exhibi tion. Sullivan was knocked senseless at the first blow, and for the remainder of tbe contest was assisted to the “scratch” merely to be floored by bis better trained antagonist. Such exhi bitions of brutality are a positive dis grace to tbe civilization of the Slate and no less a sad commentary upon tbe gress negligence and iuefficieucy of the officers who permit them. Cheeky.—The San Francisco Chron-1 tele says that Wilcox, when his trial was over, walked up to Somers, the reporter, and offered nim his hand, at j the same lime expressing the grea'e«t | regret for the act he committed. The Chroniele does not state whether the ; reporter accepted the paw of the Mari- ! poaa bully, but for the credit of the press gang it is to be ho|*ed that be did not. Doubtless the legislative ruffian thought he was vastly condescending in proffering his hand to the man whom he had so cowardly at- \ tacked. The reporter ought to have ac knowledged the courtesy of the bully toy spitting in his face. The Humboldt Register says that “the attempt to make parly capital out of the Belknap scandal will fail. The disgrace is wholly his own. As to his political relations, if he is a Kepubli- j can, he is also an inheritance from the Democratic party.” For that niatteri so is Grant. But that makes no differ ence: the all-absorbing question now Is, “ W bo fired on Fort Sumter ? ” Susan B. Anthony is lecturing on “Woman's Wants.” That her own wants are controlled by the simplest tastes she often gives evidence of by standing sidiways to the audience and causing every woman preseut mental ly to ejaculate: “ Gracious, she hasn’t any bustle!” arKAUMun. Last week R. W. Lewis, of Winne mucca, discovered uear tlie mouth of Cross’ canyon a human skeleton, the remains of aome white man. The up per portion of the facial bone* being crushed out of all proportion, ho i* of the opinion that the person committed suicide or was the victim of a find ami inhuman murder; and most likely the latter, a* no gun, pistol or other deadly instrument was found near the place. A pair of wire-sewed boots, which showed no signs of having been worn, were found concealed under the rub bish near the remains. He is of the opinion, from the appearance of the aaeleton and its surrounding*, that the mysterious tragedy could not have oc curred more than eight months ago. The Pioche Record says that the Humboldt ReqUler is mistaken re specting tbe snperintendency of the Alps mine. That paper stated that Mr. Hale was en route to Pioche to as sume the superintendency of tbe Alps, whereas the fsot is that Mr. Hale is coming here as book keeper of the company. Mr. A. J. Blair is still, and wa have no doubt will remain, the su perintendent. The Beaver Knlcrprite of last Wednes day says Sheriff Coombs, of that place, started on that day on a pleasure trip to Balt Lake, having in tow tbe notori ous Idaho Bill. He proposes to leave hliu to rusticate in the penitentiary for A time. At Warren’s mining camp, North Idaho, the snow is six feet deep. An old man named Royal, of English birth, left that camp a few weeks ago for the South fork of the Salmon river, and parished ou the way from hunger and fatigue. Jerry Shay was recently sent to the county )sil in Elko 100 days for selling whisky to Iudlaus. The Alps Silver Mining Company, of Pioche, bae declared a dividend of fifty cents per share. LETTER FROM WAMJI3GTOX. [FROM THE SEMTISEL’S REGULAR COR RKSPOjf DENT.] Wasuingto:*, March 13. One of the most miserable Attempts to justify thievery is now being made by Republican Congressmen, and the Republican press, in comparing Bel knap’a bribe-taking with Secretary Floyd’s “overt act’’ in lSfiO. On the e\e of secession Jo!in B. Floyd was Secretary of War. When he joined the Confederate forces lie transferred all the available war material to the Kebel Government, together with about $2,000,000 in Indian War bonds, which further turnt-heJ the sinew* of war for the new. The South, by the fiaymeut of taxes, had a common in terest in all of tltis material and money, and though she got more than her in terest in thi* instance, the account wa* more than balanced by her relinquish ment of title to other Government property, and money in tiie Treasury. Secretary Floyd’s offense was a polit ical one—lie did not appropriate one cent for hi* private u-e: xml »a* not bribed. Belknap, the soldier without honor, robbed the Government and pocketed the money; accepted bribes that he and his wife might shine in lhat society for which they were not fitted by culture, intelligence or wealth. Floyd's net is regarded as political treason, which ha* heen obliterated by amnesty. Belknap's crime has not only disgraced him socially, hut bint self and wife are overshadowed by the penitentiary. Like o' her women, when they take the first step in crime, this modern llelilsli dissolved her«elf in tear* and plead for pity. Now she has overcome tint spirit of contrition, and attempts to justify the crime of bribery by saying that if “she is guilty, others high in otliee are doubly guilty;” and that it lias been the common practice for years; which we all know; and that is just what the Democratic House proposes to slop. Right upon the heels of this defiance hurled forth by this fallen star is re\ived the old story that shortly after Assistant Quartetnasier General Ingalls, of New York, pre sented Mrs. “President” Grant s $4,W.l0 watch, lie was transferred to this city as Acting Quartermaster Gen eral, and General Meigs was sent to Europe, against hi* will. During ins absence many crooked accounts were •teerf'd through the Quartcriiiasier General’s otlice. The-e fact.* are ill tlie pos»e*«inn of the Democratic Investi gating Committee, and the House lias passed a resolution authorizing Boss Grant to rei-all Meigs so that lie can explain tilings. Meigs has liecri re called, but lie will no lie aide to titrow any light upon titese thieving con tract*, as he was purposely sent away so that another and a more pliable man could be placet! in hisotlice who would audit these thieving contracts. Of course a President’s wife could not be bought with a $-l.s<in watch? He gave her the watch. Through her in fluence with her hoslwnd, the Prince ol Gift-takers, Ingalls wa* appointed Acting Quartermaster General, and Meigs wa* exiled. Any little dubious accounts that Ingalls may have audited at lha instigation of Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Robeson, or Mr*. Reiknap, wa* “a mere interchange of official courte ales. TUe Bom Swearer. While rushing through the Capitol the other day, I noticed Orville Grant, brother to the President, pensively sitting at the door of the House Com mittee on Expenditures in the War Department. He looked'as meek and lowly as did Mordecai, the Jew. sitting at the King’s highway. He was wait ing his turn to tell what lie knew annul post tinder'hips. Hut he swore as strong as Beecher and Colfax. 1. K. Casselberry and Orville Grant run the Standing Itoek Agency. Cassel berry furnished ths fdo.UnO; Orville furnished the influence,” which se cured tbeappointuient, l>ut put up no money. Orville now swears he lost money by the transaction. Just how lie arrives at that conclusion is kno vn only to hi* ow n conscience—if lie has any. Probably lu lost his little hatch et. also. Lightning I.aastruck all around the While House. It is said lightning never strikes twice in tiie same place. It may hit the Sphynx next. tteaeral Mutters. Congress has done nothing this week in the way of legislation. The Senate has been chiefly engaged in ga - ting rid of Pinchback, and tiie House ia more intere ted in investigation than anything else. Tiie Kcpunlicau side seems disposed to make capiial out of the escape of Mar*ll, the wii ness in the Belknap case, and lias been ag gravating discussion all the week. In a short while they will have fresh male rial by the explosion of another bomb shell. Political vb. Nodal Itquallty. The highly colored body-servant, bottle washer, len-cent barl-er, and chuck a-luck dealer, Pinchhack, lias been returned to his mangy haunts in the Creole negro quarter of New Or leans. Common decency is indebted to the Democratic Senators, and those Republican Senators hailing from New England, for the rejection of (tie spuri ous claims of this mulatto adventurer. Senator Edmund*, of Vermont, led the New England delegation, and made an able constitutional argument, allowing that the Legislature winch elec-ed Pinchhack was an illegal body, and and that, at that lime, there existed no legal S ate government in Louisiana. The one-idea Republican press ask why waa the case not decided two or tiiree sessions ago? The reason is litis: Bloody Shirt Morton, of Indiana, anti Hildebrand Montrose Conkliug, of New York, who haveinsans Presiden tial a*pirations, have delayed its con sideration from time to time, hopiug, by the natural changes in the sSenate, that they would eventually get a ma jority fcr him. Finding that these straight laced and conscientious New England Senators were of tiie same opinion as litres years age, the case was further postponed until the arrival of Nevada’s Senators, when Morton thought he would get Pinch, in by a close shave. Rut lie was further dis comtitted on learning that Christiancy, of Michigan, an able lawyer, thought the negro had not the least shadow of a claim to the seat, and about two I week" Hgn.il was t««rtain>‘(i that I’a ■ dock, of Nebraska, an orthodox Ke ptlblican. entertained the same views; j sc Morion made a filial effort, and, armed wiili newspaper extracts, made one of the mo.-t harrowing “bloody shirt” speeches of the s ssion. But this “Southern outrage” dodge is aland played out, and Pinch, was re fused admission b.v a majority of three vote*. Thus we find those New Kng landers. who have so long and loudly clamored for the rights ol the colored man, are with the Democrats. But they are conscientious men, and re fused to sacrifice their honest coo vie tions for ptdilical purposes. The free negio*s and ihpir Repub lican allies Bre much incensed at the President of the Senate lor notifying the doorkeeper the next day that Pinch, was no longer entitled to the privileges ot the floor. The President of the Senate voted to seat Pinchbeck. Under the rule, the contestant fur a seat is not even allowed the privilege of the floor; hut by common consent that privilege is always allowed until the case is de cided. Since his rejection Pinclihack ranks with the balance of the hum mers around the Capitol. It is said that Morton will introduce a little relief tiill, allowing Pinch hack $£1,000, the a mount of accrued salary and mileage due the vacant seat. II lie is entitled t« the mileage and sal ary, he is also entitled to Ilia seat. If such a preposterous bill is introduced it wiil l>e disposed of in almut the same hilarious spirit that the Nevada ■Senate I re tied Kd. Kiesle’s pomolog ical chart relief bill. Minor Mention. One of Mrs. Belknap’s brothers was a Cincinnati drummer, the other a hotel clerk. Comment is useless. “Cabin* ” pudding is no longer pal atable at the “swell” dinners giveu by Aditiinisira ion flunkies. Captain Janies ti. Pair, of Virginia City, arrived the oilier day. Also ex Coilec.or T. O. Phelps, of California. J.M.S. EASTER*! DISPATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. lurKClAI. TO THU DAILY SUNTIMKL.' ■ be I’nplfle KhIIiikj (omnilllie Caiiilurninua in MhiIiuieIuii. Washington, M a roll go. The Se"'H-e Pacific Kailway Com mittee had a full meeting this morn ing and took into cons'deration the proposition to construct the Pacific railway on the thirty-second parallel of latitude. Very warm interest was manifested by the committee in the Texas Pacific railway project as pre sented by fob Scott: also in tin alter nate proposition of Senator Hamilton In build Midi a road without any lur tlier subsidy than a land grant. Some progress was made and a general in lerchange of opinion took place, vs it li tile conclusion to defer further action until tlie next regular meeting of ilie committee on Monday next, w hen it is expected a decision will Le reached. Charles Hare, of San Francisco, is here, waiting to get the amount of awards out if the Alabama Ci-.iins Fund, aggregating about $!Uh,0 0. Senator Cole is still here closing his business before the Alabama Claims Commission. ■Tip Her I iou of the i'.illlornla Nil prpiup lonrt Kbvit».*iI la live < lilnni Cm» (liver ,1'ola from Mail frail risen. Washington. March 20. The United Slates Supreme Court this afternoon delivered, through Jus tice Miller, a unanimous opinion re versing tlie decision of tlie California Supreme Court in the so-called Chi ne»e ca»e, and ordering the woman Chv Uung to he release,! Iromciis od v, in which she is held ondenbe Foreign Passenger act of that Suite. This d« ■vision sustains the ruling m?ide bv Justice Field in similar cases brought before him in the U. S. Cueuit Cour . l’lie Supreme Court accompanies jis decision with a severe criticism of the law ot California on the subject. The Traa»uiy Department will re ceive during the present week, from San Francisco, fourteen tons of silver coin in anticipation of tlie period for coin uieneing the circulation of silver. The Iimb of Iniursii. Sherman A To. Nkw York, March 21. Judge Hurreit. in tlie suit of Wash iiigton A. Roebling, agent of Duncan, Sherman A Co., in the Supreme Court, has refused to vaca'e the order ol ar rest against the defendants. Me says Me members of the firm lead made an examiua ion of their condition which ought to have disclosed that their ha ir liti“* exceeded their assets by three millions, slid tlie con-equent futility ol any negotiations to place their business on a sound basis, and it was their duty to have stopped at once. Noheuck to Appear Before the t om ■ulttee oat foreign Affairs. Chicago, March 21. A Times Washington Sfiecial says that to-day Gen. iSchenrk will appear before the*Foreign Alfairs Committee to lie cross-examined about his con liection with tlie Kiiiina mine scandal. Me lias been diligently interviewed ever since the Abyssinia arrived in New York by all tiia representatives of the press. Me says that it would not Ire proper for him to tell in ad vanco wlmt defense he proposes to make. Permission was asked of the committee in day for Win. M. ICvarta In appear as counsel for Sahenck, This will be granted. Mr. Swann, ehsir msn of tlie committee, will not Ire present to morrow, as he lias I ecu called away hy the sodden and dsn geroiis illness of Iris brother in Phila delphia. Mr. Faulkner, of West Vir ginia, will act in Swann’s place. FOREIGN NEWS. Entry of the King Into Madrid. Madkid, March 20. King Alfonzo and his victorious army entered the city litis morning amid the enthusiastic cheering of im mense crowds, and ttie shouts ol “Long live the pacificator King." Cheers were given for Generals tjne sada and Campos and for the army generally. Quesada and Campos were especially greeted with cries ol “ Long Pfe to th-< defen lers ot liberty, and down with the fueros.” Ureal Enthusiasm In Madrid. London, March 21. A Madrid dispatch reports that 140, 000 strangers are in tlie city to witness the festivities. In several cases yes* terda.y 32.r0 were paid fora balcony on tlie route of the royal procession. Numbers of sight-seers passed the night in tlie streets. The King, ac companied by ten generals and fifty other ol’icers, rode at the head of tlie procession. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. — Public Meeting ta Consider the Chi nese Question. San Francisco, March 21. In view of ttie recent decision of the Supreme Court of Hie United States that the State legislation regiilatiiigClii nese immigration is unconstitutional, tint Board of Supervisors last night unanimously adopted a recommenda tion to tile Mayor toappoinl a commit tee of citizens w in snail call a mass meeting lor tlie expression of public I sentiment and choose a deputation to ] repre-ent the mailer lo Congress in the most forcible manner. The la-t steamer from China brought over l.iMki Chinese, and the entire steerage capacity of hotli lines is engaged h r the next six months by importers «>f coolies. The action of tlie Board of j supervisors excites general favorable comment. Let No Until}' Han Escape. Sackamknto, March 20. The Special Committee on Land Mo nopoly had ex-surveyor lii-neial liai'd- I n«r on in- stand this evening relative j to deficiencies in Ihn account of Ins nl- j fice during his administration. (jard tier made a long explanation, tending I to allow ihat considerable extravagance j had prevailed in the olttoe expendi i lures and daily contradicting in many I points tiic testimony of previous wit nesses. Tha Prize King. VtncrtNiA, March 21. Tlie prize tight to-day lor $2aO a side betweeu Sullivan amt Trevillian was won by tile tall -r in seven rounds. Tite tight took place near Ktnpire. .■slier.It- from tour counties were pres j phi, mid notwithstanding tha presence | of Sheriff Co»k, of Lyon county, who protested against the proceedings, the I light went on; the crowd deciding the ring to be over tile line of Oriushy county, and the shei ill' n fusing to i»ke largo odil> on III*- point, lie wa- bustled out of the ring and kept there. In III* first round Trevillian struck Sullivan a feartul blow under the lelt ear. knocking liim llat on his track, the blood is-uing from his nn-eand moil h lie was carried in Ins corner; time, five minutes. As five minutes more tin isiied ihe light (tin i em of nine for raeli of the six rounds following is n u worili noting. Sullivan meielv left Ins corner lo be pir’ked up Ibe next instant and carried hack, Trevillian knocking him down earii t me with scarcely an effort on Sullivan’s part to defend limi sell. Trevillian had not a sera eh. >til livan had to oe lifted on the ear-, slid emeu itie train reached i.oid i111: lie needed the support of two men in walking from the depot in hi- boarding i Home. frozen In Heath. The hrxiv of I’. Feiarlo, an Italian winvleliopper employed by Ko-elti «V Jultin on a woo*I ranch four mites oi.t on tile lieiger grade, was found frozen to death yesterday afternoon, lie had apparently lost his way, a- llie body was some distance from Uie road. Wrestling Hatch. The collar and elbow wresi ling match between Homer lame, ol New York, and V. H. Sabine, of Nevada, for jatKl and tlie cliatnplonship of Ncv ada, look place yesterday afternoon. Homer l,anu wa* declared the winner. llorac Talk — The Chinese tluestlnu San Fhancisco. Msrcli til. Cspt. Monte, the owner <>l Hie r..ce liorsM Foster, lelt St rameino ve-ti-r day lor Oregon. Foster remains a1 Sacramento during the summer. The Htoml 1'nitin is miihority for stating that Foster will not take pari in the i wo mile and re| eat race at the Hay District Course on Satmday, al though reported entered in ii. The same paper says the match be tween Foster and Springbok In s fallen through, the friends of the latter horse having failed to back him The Special l oniuiitlee appointed by the Hoard of Superv isors Iasi night, in accordance vvilli the M .yor’s sugges tion rclaiive to the Chinese question, met this afiej'iionu anti took piciiiuiii ary steps to call a mass meeting of cit izens to consider the sul j* ft. BORN. liono. March 17—Wife of C. C. Po wiling, » daughter. Virginia, March 17 — Wile of P. 13. McAuliffo, a son. MARRIED. Virginia March 17 — William Hrysduleto Miss Mttugi‘> San Is. Virgin a, March 17— Williti oi I>n.v»dale to Alim Bridget • ’ Mi*-. Virginia, March 17—Ueorge Dewar to Miss .\ja gi.'O’Uo iTK. DIED. Eureka, March 21- Aiesuudro Deitiusiri, aged 31 years. a nitivo ol lioiieu, Italy, the funoial will take place to*dny at .'5 o’clock from the Italian saloon, above the l urnor House. Austin. March 17 —Samuel Don*, a native ol England, igcil shout A year*. Virginia, March 17—Joiuos tiurrick, nged .*>0 voars. t»old Hill. Match 17—'thouris Cook, a native ot Cornwall, agou • >y#ui.«. Carson. Murch l»~ Mr*. Sadie, wifo of J. W. dims.m. NKW TO-DAY. CDRWER CHOP HOUSE! In the roar of tbo Corner Saloon. GIACOMELLA & C 3., Proprietor*. jTU'KUY DELICACY THAT CAN BE procured in thin or theMnii Frniiciaco mar ket if ill be found at thin establifhniont. PRIVATE ROOMS FUR PARTIES. mriW-tf AlKW TO-DAY. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the postoffice at Eureka, Nevada, on tho 21st day of March, lb7>. Persons calling lor any of these letters will please say “Advertised March 2*2, 1S73.” laulles* List. Clark Mr? Wn; (4 Conn Mr? A Donahue Mary E Dean Mollie Dwyer Mr- J Davis Lenorn Harrison Mr? J E Hughes Mrs Margorot OVouuor Mrs J keiilleinen's List. Aylward William P.urcks Thomas brown Johu A DrunHov.l || Ruter F ii Bosley U|>ion \Vr butkrdohn Burnett Geo Bailey Dr J M Boomer Dick ■ arm ? J ( arr Captain C C Cannon Ed Cook J b Conway John 02 Cleary Johnny Chamber* \\iiluC Don tilmig f rank Dover© L Dionigi D Daly John Dickov DC Devin .1 T Degrardi Pietro Dorcher Carston Fairbanks L B 1-ra/.er J «nv*s Fuller Til i'jrorC W Fi h hussell 11 Geron i’hiliip Gearhart Taylor 2 Gerron G C Grundy T J Giitnnip Andrew J GalBger B Hhoks bobt V 2 biggin? John holmes J iS Ho -y M 11 urn l in ( lias J Joiiluon John JingmanChas Knox "m 2 K>uneC E Kilg* rrt W II Ivin1 cad J W K *m»•»tborne Jas i indberg John hsizjn Louis Little George * Ludituton has R L* wB .1 Lyon - -V Watson 2 Mil*** II B M u Hi ario 2 Miles Henry Millet < has Meyer* da- E Mo re Orr 2 Mu Honey J A Miller II P Miller M M MurduCK McClennen A Metres Scott hro McCoy Edward McDonald John McDonald L McGovern Tom McN ainara Mchael Norris N J 3 Neel M J Osborn li/. 2 Parker Soot Pow- rs Jas Phillips Tho* Phillips D A Peterson F Bippfy John F2 Rooney Miehaol Keynol Is Spencer l ice Jas W Stiih Isaac ^towart W II Fcurlock John A 2 ^h tfer Solomon Stack Wm >horloek D 0 Schulz© F Thomas Jo«iah A Toll s Levcrott Tobin L-dward Thompson J • * L iera- n Andrew Twohig 11 .vh WaGh Jns M 3 Webber E S Wells Solon d Wilson A! xandor W right Chas \\ ormacK L P Foreign P©r*ons calling for any of tho following let* tars will pioaso say “Foreign, Advertised.” J McG©*) Scott Dun .an C McDonald 4 Mai olm McMillan A tup.a McAuley John Arch McDonald »in •la ue# Mcbri io John MePhail John Marshall 2 Evangelist** 1.arson uobert Jones Jaiuo* Harvey Frans Higgins G-ear Davis Jo? Champagne Pan Col ins Lizander Cooper t ha? J Collins John E.Smnh Guiio'pp-* Murtcltti ten Nicholson A M O*boi n-ll Cha- L Pope2 lienry Pnlglaco Patrick Revmld? !»-r Grand ranger \l x ndcr >araxio '• h- s Trace*' ») in McKenzie Gil rajs'icli i’an lio *’asonoro ivdmniiiis Antonio bognasrioH Gia^uni Roi deni \ntnnio C S v eu '' ihi dl tiiovai.i Ouorier J aqties S.afami Guisenn© nn22 It C. M. W 1 SON. IV M. DOTJ'A’S Coffee Manufactory. ALEX. D'JTTA.PROPRIETOR I>URE J AVA COFFER IN UN LIMITED l <i .mtitic*, also. Swi*a find California cheese at whole tale and retail. Family Groceries, Fruit. Produce, Fresh Fish, Etc. Also MTTKR AND IXJUS, Constantly on hand. O|n*o«it Odd Fel low*’ building, Main street. Eureka, Nov. rarltt»tf Eureka Drug Store! © .\>xt l>«M»r lo WpIK, Fartfo © A t o n Oilivv. 4l Where can be found Fresh and Pure Medicines Patent Medicines of all Kinds, Perfumery and Toilet Articles or ah, ui.tnft. arofitl attention givon to the preparation 01 11USII IANS’ PRKSI RIFTIONS, (laving had r practical knowledge in this Ii*> 'or inure ihau twenty-live year*, a * JUtt F. J. .SCHNEIDER, Druggist. EDWARD CASEY, Fashionable Tailor. Has removed to the nortji wo.-t corner of Main and lUfe man streets. above 8wwn•*>•’► stable, where he wil! keep constantly on baud Cloths of the Latest Patterns, And a complete assortment of all kind?* of ! i A1LOL1 NO tioODS. Keeping folic posh’d I in regard to tho latest style*, i am c. ab!»*d ai j uII times to serve niv natrons with FASH ION AbLE HARM ENTS. All work guaranteed, and PKICKS TO 'Oil III K TIMES. No utiafits si lowed to [ leave t!ie shop. n-tOrf SNETSINGER & HENDERSON, WHOLNftALM ANI> RKTAlL DRALKRM IB GnOOEHIES Provisions, Butter, F'j&s, Miners’ Suppli* —ai*t>— General Merchandise GLASS WARE. CltOCKKRY WAUL. AND WSoDEN WAR K. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Constantly on hand. Remember the place: Woodruff A Fnnoi'r old srand. Main street. Eureka. inyltitf New Fkm! New Goods! SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. K. A. MILLICll : : : : RROi'LJ ISTOK. IWIL L K KE«' A n >S ST A N1 •upply of Fr* idi Othlorni. t'roduco, to arrive every train. Al u H**b, furkcyp. Chickens Freeh Oy8tcr*a Honey in • Locouib, lla. ii8, and a general aaaoTtuiout of FAMILY GROCERIES! Freeh fn m tho importing li •uv.-s <f-tu« Kart ami Wont, rwu il,...r« ubovi- iho I'm l(»r Huuw, Main street. dl7tf F. A. M1LLUJH. Bl I.L.11 E.4 l»«. 1.ETTEKHK.4DS, and cards, print*! at the SKXTiKKL | sine, to order. ^ ^ I^CKIjIjAJNRo Ufi D dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDIHS, MAIN STREET, Enrelta, IVevadn _jalltr “* J. STRAUS' NEW JEWELRY STORE! MAIX SillKKT, IkUw tb« l'Hrkcrl[M|tl My STOCK OK JEWELRY IScov plete in every particulur. w"' A No. 1 Pebble Spectacles and Ey« Glasses. My jewelry ia from the aetabliehmentd tho only mannfacturinif company on tin I'"*"*- _ d*tf FINE JEWELRY! WATCHMAKER —ANl>— .1 E W E L E R. KKI’S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A w deselected Ftoc‘> of fine diamonds, gold ^no silver watches and chain*. fine ' JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ASD Clocks, And a good a**ortin.nt of 'pretade*. Plea«e ca 1 *1 hi* store, two denrs below Meyer* i 1* ium. Iiu‘*, and ox..mine hi* newstiakuf goods bofor • purchasing vl■*<*where. His mono is 1( h ."AlKs AND f'MALL MOliiS. All o ih • »b< vp ho guarantees to be of the HHSi AL1TY, ami warranted a* retro ftA’Dfvd. N. II.-Special attention paid to v»tcb work. AVatchw* repaired and cleaned and war anted to woo >«*ar. New j *«r«fry made to order, and jewelry neatly repaired. All order* from tho country nrunirtly at tend. J to. taltf DOWN! DOWU1 o 0 t 3 Pine, Mahogany and Cedar W O O I> ! Having made arrangements with .lake Wadiwli Koran unlimited mipplv of wood, and dew* pucu. kcvpinc pa**** with fh« timos, fh«' c*> doiairfoed d livur ut any part ol tureks Free of Charge, the Best Quality of Pine and Mahogany Wood At SI 2 00 and SI3 00 Per Cord, and Cedar at $9 00. STOVE WOOD also §upi liod on short notice. IVo Uwe Talking! We will Not be Undersold by any Monopoly! A. U ALl.AtJHER A CO., Eureka Wood Yard, n ar the Atlas iurnaro. U>* i m \Tlse fcsitoeli FALL AND WINTER COODSi I > KM A1N I\<l ON Oi l! NAM'S AT IV pr>**ent will honcefortu b« Sold at a Great Eeduction! As we must sell the same to tunhe room for our • SPRING STOCK! Which will arrive bore in Afrit- . •'ursn.ek i-eliur too numerous to >"'* fR we will only-ay the! «ny led- ,1 any gu..„ sol-e'ttou »f ‘W th IhMi Soutloinw o in sear h of* • •* ’ * H*- • L..0,e tl U> tbuir ikI.iiiiiair' log»v#u» puri hit'Aug elsewhere. CCME ONE! COME ALL! MfiVt.ES A FttiAliMN lebnfttiy II, If *• _ MOORE u MsDOUGALl, Importer* »na l>e»ler* in STAF&B and PANCV DRY GOODS! KUHKKA, NKVALfi. New Good* Constantly Arr’ving Samples Sent Free to any °* the State. ouk motto rs One 1* i* i c e 1 MOORE & McDOUGALL. P. S.-Our Store Closes on Sundays jafflf