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* SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1370. agents. \V. R. WILSON.Pioehe DOCTOP ■'. 3HULZK.Ruby Hill WILL BABBITTS.Palisade A. M. ID.itNE.-.Austin T. STARR.-.Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON.Tyho H. P. STIMLEK. Belmont CUAS. W. CRANE, at No. 42B .Montgomery ntreot, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily Skstinki. in San Francisco. Persons in that city having businosa with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CHARTZ is authorized to receive suo scriptions for the Skstiskl and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka -wing for subscriptions will make payment to him. THE MARSH TESTIMONY. In our dispatches to-day will be found a pretty complete synopsis of the testimony of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb P. Marsh before the Congressional Committee on Expenditures of the War Department. The statement of the lady sheds no new light upon the subject, and Is merely confirmatory of what has been already published in regard to the relations existing between the two fami lies. Her husband's testi mony, thus far, is only important as proving the utter groundlessness of the charge attributing the recent flight of the witness to anything in connec tion with the actions of Mr. Corner, the chairman of the committee. On the other hand, it is made apparent that the witness' fears were excited by the injudicious publication of remarks of certain Government magnates in Washington, which induced him to seek safety at a point beyond the juris diction of the Congress of the United States. ---— A SENSIBLE REMARK. Mr. Blaine is not particularly a fa vorite of ours, either as a Congress man or a bloody shirt candidate for the presidency, but it must be admit- ! ted that hesometimesexpresses a great deal of truth iu a very few words. In a speach a short time ago be remarked i that it is of but little consequence' what public men think about newspa pers. The newspapers are by no means dependent for continued ex istence upon Congressmen or any oth er class of public men, many of whom would never have been heard ot but for the press. The statesman from Maine has learned a lesson which should commend itsell to such small fry legislators as Laine and Lewis ol the California State Senate, who were floated into position on the wave of re form which the newspapers set in mo tion. _^ Fined.—Ed. Kelley, of the Silver State, was found guilty by the United States District Court in Carson of a vi olation of the law' against publishing a certain class of advertisements, and was fined the nominal sum of $100. A number of citizens of Carson, be lieving that Mr. Kelley bad suffered persecution at the hands of some of his newspaper opponents, got up a sub scription list for his journal, which will morn than cover his loss. Better Emigrate.—Bing Williams, the pugilist, wants to fight somebody for any amount of money. If be is aching badly for s scrimmage we would suggest tbe Yellowstone coun try as offering favorable inducements to fighters. Some of Sitting Bull’s warriors would doubtless afford Mr. Williams s little recreation. The meagerness of our editorial col umns this morning is attributable to the filling up of the hole with a large amount of telegraphic news and an in teresting letter from our Washington correspondent. An ordinance has been introduced in the Austin City Council making the throwing of stones or snowballs a mis demeanor. It does not include throw ing dice. _ MTEAl.IMtl*. C. A. LaGrave, informs the Silver State that Battle Mountain now pre sents a very lively appearance. Many new business as well as dwelling houses are being built, and theciti sens of that burg are earnest in their belief that a glorious future is in store for them. The mines in Bullion dis trict are looking tine, and large quanti ties of ore have been taken out of them and placed in convenient dumps pre paratory to being shipped later in the apring. Many other mining districts surrounding Battle Mountain are look ing up, and lively limes are expected in these localities the coining season. Sheriff Cook, of Lyon county, says the Carson Tribune ot the 21st, was put out of the ring yesterday by the prize fighters. Cook had no posse with him, and was compelled to sub mit to brttte force, but be was not asleep by any means. He took the names of the prominent aiders and abettors and has prooured warrants for their arrest. The fight took placo in Lyon county, and consequently the guilty parties will have to put iu an appearance at the town of Dayton on the return day of the warrants. It will be a god-send for Dayton, and we hope the pugilists will have a merry time on the day of trial. The Reveille of the 22d instant says that Frank Cluggage arrived from Es meralda county yesterday afternoon, and states that of the bullion taken from the Aurora and Columbus stage in the recent robbery, all but one bar has been recovered, audit was thought that that would be. Air. Cluggage left on the Battle Alountain stag'', and we were unable to learn if the men who robbed the stage were arrested. A one-horse Mormon bishop, in San Pate, baa been revamping Parley P. Pratt’s old revelation nbont the de struction of tlie Babylonians, llesaj s tliat an angel appeared to the Ii iC.lt-> axes of the Lord recently, and re vealed to them that the ungodly were all to collect at Philadelphia this sea son, when an earthquake woniii open the jaws of Mother Kartli,which would swallow them all w ithout salt or pep per, and leave tiie Saints possessed ol the world. I.et her quake. Trevillian is 30 years of age; Sulli van is over 40. There is also a differ ence of twenty-four pounds in their lighting weight. _ LETTER FROM WASHIROTOSf. [FROM THE SENTINEL'S REGULAR COR RESPONDENT.] Washington, March IS. Notwithstanding the weather has been unusually clear and the winter a mild one, we have had more light ning strokes than in the most stormy seasons. Almost every day lightning strikes somebody, either a Cabinet officer, Republican Congressman, or somebody connected with the \\ bite House. It is only a question of a short time about ithittingtheSphinx. Kobe son, Secretary ot War, and Jewell, Postmaster General, will be the next victims. The re-ignition ot Delano and Cowan, from tne Interior Depart ment, saved their impeachment. The air ot Washington is thick with inves tigation, impeachment, and crooked whisky. Grant says the investigations made by the Democratic Hou»e are for par tisan purposes, and made with a view of destroying the Government. The j House proposes to investigate what i brother-in-law Corbin gave Mrs. Grant I that £15.000 on the memorable “ Black : Friday,” even should the Government 1 be blown up with dynamite in eonse- j quence. The books of the bursted I Freeduien's Savings Bank showed that ! Grant owned J00 shares in the Seneeca Sandstone Company. More recent de- j reloptnents show that he and his son Fred, are in league w ith the Boss Shep- I herd District of Columbia ring. “Col.” i Fred. Grant was allowed one year's : leave of absence from the army and wem 1IILU lUt} Uiiiirwiiii; uusiurw in im' city. His deadfall of a bank bought j up “305 district bonds.” These bonds were merely certificates of indebted- j ness for work done by Boss Shepherd'.- ; ring without authority from Congress. I In view of Congress refusing to pay i the accrued interest on these bonds, j aud the probable refusal to pay the j principal, the astute banker’s specula j tion has proven to be a bad one. and ] the bank is now winding up its atf.-iirs, ; and young Fred has been ordered to j the frontier on duty. It is also stated as another reason for his being sent : out of town just at this season of les ! tive investigations that lids young ! “ military oracle, Yellowstone naviga tor, and Black Hills geologist,” talks too much with bis mouth, and knew too much about “ father’s ” business. I and “Uncle Orville’s” post trader-j ships. The books of Hallet Kilbotirne. ; the contemptible witness, would show ! that the two Grants were connected i with the district “ real estate pool,” and for tliat reason he refused to submit them to the committee, and was brought to the bar of the House, and committed to jail for contempt. Freddy may yet be brought back on a ducex lakem. Jim Blaine, of Maine, who wants to be President through his vindication of the South, is at the bottom of this real estate pool business, and since the investigation began, he hts not said “ Andersonvillo,” “rebel” or “ trai tor "once. His record on the Credit Mobilier is also crooked. This is the rock upon which Aminadah Sleek Schuyler Colfax was wrecked, and be fore the session is over many others will be wrecked upon it. General Garfield, of Ohio, in a set speech in the eirly part of the session, annihilated the rebels of the South. Everybody then knew he was a great man, and, it was hoped, an honest one; but in the course of investigation it has been shown that in IsTJ lie receiveil “cold turkey” in the shape of $5,000 from Boss Shepherd's district ring. Gar field tells the committee it was for “ professional services.” Of course; that is what Belknap said. But if <»ur field had not been a member of Con gress, and Chairman of the committee which allowed the thieving claim, it is safe to say he would not have got that $5,000. Pig-Irou Kelley, Of Pennsylvania, in addition to being a high pressure tariff protectionists, is also an unlimited greenback inflation ist. He bus a rigiit to be a protection ist if be wants to. The other day lie denounced the Hawaiian treaty as a “sugar ring” in the interests of parties in New York and san Francisco. Forthwith Pig-Iron K. was investi gated, and it was shown that lie lias been enjoying a little ring for over fif teen years—ever since he has lieen in Congress. A man named Dobson manufactures Macinae blankets on the Schuylkill river in P. I. Kelley's dis trict. Dobson receives large contracts from the Indian Bureau to furnish these blankets to poor Lo; and it is said Kelley received twenty per cent, of those contracts. Fifteen years ago. Dobson, the blanket contractor, was a porter in a store; now lie is worth $10, • 000,000. And Pig-Iron K. is not broke by a great deal. It is very prohable that Pnrinan. the carpet-bagger, and cadetship seller, who misrepresents a Florida district in the House, will be expelled. There is enough evideuco before the Naval Committee to hang him. He is now down in Flordia buying up favorable evidence. Bruce, the off colored Senator from Mississippi, has been called to explain bow it wa's that he bought up the ne gro Legislature of Mississippi so cheap. Kvidenco recently submitted shows that lie got votes for from $25 up, and that his seat cost about $12,000. That is the ohief point of objection—its cheapness. It is enough to make even a member of the House jealous. The evidence is very positive against our colored man and brother, and the high-touod Senators do not like nig gers much, anyhow, but they can hardly afford to'expel him for a little thing like that. It would be setting a bad precedent, and if they were to once commence expelling Senators on those grounds, the Senate would soon be left withopt a quorum. Tbe President's Malary. A bill passed tbe Senate reducing the President’s salary horn $50,000 to $25,-1 000 .a >e tr. All of (hose wlio expect to lie President voted for it of course, | and the hill passed. Several members ' were not present, and a motion to re consider was entered,and the bill may be beat. The sa ary was raised for Gram's Itenelit; but the salary is not considered too much if the President would keep out of outside rings, sut lersiups, etc. Pay of Members. The House Commilteeou Approrla ! lions intend reporting in fator of re ducing tiie salary of members from $5,000 to $4,500 a year. In view of the high charges for everything in Wash ington—especialv during tiie session— $5,000 is not any too much. Here, as ; in classic Carson during tiie session, j the sharks elevate prices about 1,500 1 per cent. In tiie early days of the ! Republic, and even up to 1856, mem bers only received eight dollar* a dag. And vet, in a few years, by saving their per diem and livingeconotnieally, they became wealthy. On such a sal ary, a poor man could not come to Congress, live well, and remain holiest. But then a poor man lias got no busi ness in Congress—or anywhere else. Cabinet Officials. Fi«l>, Secretary of State, and Zach. Chandler, of the Interior, are the only two Cabinet oflicials who are wealthy. Fish spends about $30,000 a year, lie has a yearly income ot in cr $J00,000. And yet such poverty-stricken up starts a> Belknap, with uo resources hut an $S,(K!0 salary, attempt to shine in society with such miliionares as Fish and Chandler. Fish »No has brains, which is more than can tie said of sev eral other Cabinet officials, or of Ulys ses. Scheneli'a *nrceoaur. Beast Butler opposes the confirma tion by the Senate of the nomination of Dana as Minister to England, be cause Dana ran against him for Con gress in I*71!. A- tiiis |na frej country or supposed to be, any man lia- a right to run for Congres-, and get defeated — ns was Dana. Butler was e'ected. hut vet iie hates any man who presumed to run for Congress in his district. Bu'.ler now trumps up a charge of *‘:i. entry piracy" against Dana, (in this flimsy charge the Senate refused to j confirm the nomination, and notified! i he President if he did not wi ho'raw it they would reject it. A council of war was ii- Id. and it was decid- <1 to let Dana he heard in lii.s defense. For the sake of,argument, vr* wilt admit the charge to he true, and ask the Senate what made them so virtuous all at once? The idea of such carpet-baggers and sca lawags as Cliyi- n. Dorspv. West, Spencer and ot tiers of that ilk passing upon the qualifications of any body for anything! In view of several recent confirmations, I do not see how the Senate cun reject anybody, no mat ter what charged w ith.and remain con sistent. ibid Dana only stolen spoons instead of literature. Beast Butler would have recommended him. Capital I.oaves. Belknap’s solitary bondsman is a I theatrical manager. Mrs. Belknap is I a Massachusetts Yankee, and nol a l blue-blooded Kentuckian. Norman WDrd, the great uim burster, is exjh-i-ihiI from San Fran cisco to tel! what lie knows abom frauds in tile Navy Department. Senator Christiancy's tid bit wife was a forty-five-doliar Treasury girl. The seventy tive-dollar Treasury girls make this correction. Senators Mcl'reerv, of Kentucky, and Cameron, ef Pennsylvania, are on'v Stolons who wear spike tailed c- at?. J. M. s. r \mm: .*-m% rur.m m i ■ ••\mmwmmmmm EASTERN DISPATCHES. By Overload Telegraph. [SPKCt AT. TO THU 1>A1LY SENTINEL."] Attorney General l'lerrei»o«it Ex plains—Itubcnck Stems Mud I’ub IMira h Private l.elter ul the President—Mho Fired oil Fort Mi oiler? Washington, March 1S1. Attorney General Pierrepont was be fore the Judiciary Committee to ii.iy in regard to tlie executive interfer ence with tlie late crooked whisky trials in tlie West. Pierrepont’s ac count of his circular letter to District Attorneys is, that the President was very much disturbed at the constant receipt of newspaper slips, and letters, and personal statements giving infor mation of an if tempt on tlie part of Government oftictaU in tlie West to compromise frauds on tlie revenue. That tlie President spoke to him on five or six different ooctsions express ing his fear that sttclt tilings, if al lowed, would bring scandal on tlie Ad ministration. Pierrepont Itim-elf was rattier inclined to treat those state ments as exaggerations, and did not believe District Attorneys or special counsel of the Government to he guilty of anything improper in tlie matter, and lie had therefore rather warded off tlie President’s advance, until dually the President suggested that tlie At torney General had better write to the District Attorneys on the subject. Pierrepont bad therefore prepared and forwarded a letter, couched, as lie said, in terms that were rather tame. No body had mads or suggested a draft of this letter, and he had not submitted it to the President. In fact, thu Presi dent knew nothing of it for three or four days afterwards; when lie asked Pierrepont whether lie itad taken any action in the matter, lie then told him that he had written the letter and sent him a copy of it a couple of days afterwards. Discovering that the letter Itad been published in the Chicago pa pars of tlie 1st of February, himself and Mr. Bristow expressed great in dignation, in the presence of tiie Presi dent, at tlie gross impropriety of giv ing publicity to it. The President, who did not manifest any feeling what ever on tiie subject. remarked that he had never read iho letter. Pierrepont further stated that Gen. Babcock admitted to him on the 3d of March that tie was instrumental in giving publicity to ilie letter anti de fended himself on the ground tliatthey were trying to destroy him and that he had a right to defend himself. He (Pierrepont) called the President’s at tention the next day to Babcock’s ad mission. The committee wanted to know why Babcock did not call for a Court of In • quirv to ascertain whether he had : been guilty of conduct unbecoming an I officer anti a gentleman, and whether lie was still a Commissioner of Public Buildings and Grounds, etc. l'icrrepont was unable to give any information on these points. His ex amination will be continued nextMon | day. Testimony of Ur. and Urn. Uarsh. Washington, March 23. Mrs. C. P. Marsh, wlio arrived this morning, came into the room of the Committee on expenditures of the War Department to day accompanied by her husband. She was sworn as a witness, and under the examination of Mr. Danforth, testified that she ielt Cincinnati in lHtio, where she formerly | resided, and lias Iiveil i,i New York most of the time since that year. She | had known Mrs. Bower (now Mrs. I Belknap) since lstiO, and had been at the same hotel with her in Cincinnati four years. Cincinnati was her home, and she visited that city twice a y ar, alaying there two or more weeks. She met Mrs. Bower in New York, where Mrs. Bower was her guest. Mrs. Bower was a widow st the time witness commenced housekeeping in New York in the summer ol ]S71. •be went to Bur ope in company with Mrs. Bower the last of .lime, 1S72, and knew that Mr. Pendleton’s name wa< on the list ot passengers. Witness was asked whether she had anv conversation at any time with Mrs. Bower (now Mrs. ! Belknap) relative to her interest in the Kentucky Central railroad claim. The answer was that two or three weeks | ago, a: the Arlington Hotel, w itness i asked Mrs. Belknap w bother she ever received any money on account of the claim. Witness told tier she heard I she re eived seventy thnu-and dollars. | Mrs. Betknap replied that the claim I was for only a hundred thousand dol | Ur* and •• how could I receive seventy thousand dollars?” During that conver.»a;ion witness was in a state ol excitement and distress. Mr*. Bel | knap was a friend of Iters, and witness ! Ielt much interest on her account. She ! had simply mentioned to Mrs. Beiknap an idle rumor. She had always talked to Mrs. Belknap as she would to a sis ter. she had h"*rd the rumor for j over a year. She related to General I Kiddoo ti e conversation he wen her and Mr*. Mr*. Belknap. She did not j know of Mr. Pendleton pay ng money ! to Mrs. Belknap on account of l the Kentucky railroad claim or ! of his making her presents. She j never heard the Secretary of War I sav anything about a contract between ! her liu*baud and Kvnn*. On cross examination by Mr. Bobbins, wt ne>s I said spe understood Mrs. Belknap as j denying that sbe received anything, | ami meant to convey that impression in response to a question by Mr. Cly mer. Witness said she saw Clviner but onceand that was three weeks ago. It was at the breakfast table at the Arlington Hotel. Her ini1 band pre sented tier to Clvnier. They had a short, conversation which had no reference to her coming before the committee. Marsh was recalled and interrogated by Clyuier. Hetestifird that lie left Washington for New York the day alter the impeachment. The report was presented on the second of March, and he did not design going to Canada. Question—On theeveiitngnl \\ odnes day you came to mv ! elgings and saw uien moment. Ti ll what transpired. Answer —From something said at [the dinner table 1 inferred that Bel knap was not only liable to impeach ment. but to eriuiina prosi ctition. I ! said to you. "if the Secretary is in dan I g'-r. i am in danger," w hen you said, ; "Oh. you are not in danger.” Question—I did not attempt to alarm you? Answer—On the contrary you pad I tied me, 1 was alarmed when I came 1 to you. I went back to New Yolk easy w lion yon said I was in no danger. Question—When you reached New York what induced you to conclude on going to Canada. Answer.—Something in tho news papers Friday morning concerning 1 m v testimony, all of which was pub lished. I retd the remarks in the | House that the Secretary of War was not only liable to impeachment, lm' to criminal prosecution; I therefore I thought that if the Secretary was in ! danger I was in danger as well. I eon i suited a lawyer who made an exhau« i tiveexamination ot thecasc. The law yer did not think 1 could lie indited, and if I should lie, that I could not tie convicted. Ilis counsel seemed how ever to think him in some danger. This very much alarmtd me and I determined not tc remain in New Y >rk. I left early in the afternoon of Friday for Montreal. This was iho first time I heard it said I had committed an oflen.se for which 1 might be impris oned. FOSEICN NEWS. Heavy Snows lu Herzcgovliita. London, March 23. A Standard Vienna dispatch says heavy snows impede the operations of tlie insurgents in Herzegovluia. The insurrection however is expected to break out shortly with renewed vio lence, ns volunteers have been coming in from Servia in considerable num bers, ami additional supplies of arms have been received Irom tho same quarter. The New Spanish Constitution. Madrid, March 23. Congress will begin to discuss the new Constitution next week. Lis ex pected that the (io\ eminent will send sit energetic reply to the l’ope's protest against religious toleration. t Ix-atli of Pout Ilahlgreeit. Lome, March 21. Paul Dahlgreon, Consul General of the United Slates to Italy, and son of the iato Hear Admiral Lahlgrceu, died hero yesterday. Evlr ior tinary Tax. City of Mexico, March 12. The Government has imposed an ex traordinary tax of half of one percent. French and Spanish residents objected to paying it. Foster, United Slates Minister, declines to act with other foreign legations in a protest against ihe tax. and foreign residents abstain from uction. _ The Courier-Journal says that all the world knows that Kentucky women have the smallest and handsomest feet that ever bent down a hare-bell with out crushing it. Postmaster General Jewell has become a special partner in a ilrm at 81. Louis, contributing f100,000 capital. PostoiUue business must be paying. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. Another Racing Rilk, Probably— The California Whisky King — The t.nrilner Investigation — Anti-t'oulie Vijllaoce t'oiumlt tee. San Francisco, March 24. The two-mile ami repeat race an nounced by the Bay District Associa tion for to-morrow, bids fair to ba next to the four-mile and repeat, the most interesting turf event of the season. Golden Gate, Hoekhocking, Revenue, Jr., and Chance, will st ■ rt for a purse of $2,000. A square, rapid and well contested race may be relied on. Fool-soiling was inaugurated at the i Lick House la-t night, and was con tinued with much spirit to a late hour, although, as a rule, the pools sold were [small: Golden Gate, $55; Revenue. Jr., $25: Iloekhooking. $20; Chance, $15. Speculation still' continues rife con cerning tlie whisky ling disclosures. A statement is published in the Chroni e'e this morning that Co lector Sedg wick some time ago received positive official confirmation that certain store keepers at itie Antioch Distillery had io collusion with the distillers been de frauding the revenue, but Sedgwick took no further action than to remove the storekeepers. The examination of the affairs of the Surveyor General's oliice is still going on before the I.and Monopoly Committee. Toe evidence shows at least great looseness in the conduct of the office under Gardner's administra tion. It is rumored that an attempt is be ing made in the city to form an Anti Coolie Vigilance Committee. Anll-4'iiinese Rill. Sapramknto, March 24. Senator Roach lias introduced a bill to provide an appropriation of $5,000 to defray the expenses of a delegation to Washington to urge a modification of the Burlingame treaty in reference to Chinese immigration. The 4nlif»rn2» (rooked Wlihli}’ Matter. San Francisco, March J4. The whisky fraud fight i- continued this evening by the which comes out with the statement of one S. K. .Johnson, a revenue agent, who telis a long story o the effect that Sjieciul Revenue agent Clark, who has beou investiga ting crocked whisky, hpre has liecn gud'y of all kinds < f i le^al | r.io.ices in conducting his invi s igaiions, and that Clack will Supervisor of Interna! Revenue Hawley, and Piiilli|>s. who has created such a commotion both beie anti in tiie I a-t. are banded to gether for the purpose of advancing the interests of a political faction whose headquarters are at Washing ton. Clark is yet to lav heart! ftom in reply. As regards the stories of the defalcation of Rahcack, the (,'hronicle this morning reiterates i s charges al leging tbs' District Attorney Van Dyke was cognizant of the defalcation, to which Van Dyke replies poin blank according to the Post this Averting that he never know of an) thing nf the kind. The investi gation and corruption business are getting so mixed here by cross and cmin'er charges and statements that any satisfactory solution of the mat ter semns imp *!r,sx. BORN. Vb*u is, March IS—Wife ef John Lyman, a son. MARRIED. iteno, March lit—ft. a. Watson to Miss Louisa draff. DIED. bold bill, March J0~ Major Cnarl • A. i Lil li us, a native of Massachusetts, aged <45 years. -v/;»’ To-P.i >. ORDER OF THE BOARD 01 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. OUiKKEP THAT ALL BILES AO.UNST hur- ka County uni*t be filed with the County Clerk before tbo !ir*t .Monday ol each month, fully itemized, and Mating by whom uderod; otherwise they will be laid over uu lii the next Puccoeding month, td V. II. ilAKMON, Clerk. r».A ZV2 ABADSa, j Real Estate Dealer Bl EE STREET..H KKK A. NEV. Office in the thick KitiflUiui;. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that i au» prepared to buy. sell t r.d mort gage real estate in Eureka, unu uUu advance money or good security. Houses to rent suitable for business or for amdies. L a .1 also prepared to Jo a general cmtraot i* a biiM ie«*. ibe highest cash prices paid lor eh ok*. coal receipts and good paper. f will mill continue my wholesale i iuor es tablishmert. FRANK ABaDIK. mr23*tf DOTTA’S Coffee Manufactory. ALEX. DJTTA.PROPRIETOR I JURE JAVA COFFEE IN UNLIMITED t quantities, also. Sw|*s eml Cultioraiu cheese at wholesale and retail. Family Groceries, Fruit, Produce, Fresh Fish. Etc. Also BTTTKR ANI> KGGS, Constantly on h»nil. Oppomr Odd Fel lows’ liuildfng. Main “trect, Kurika, Nor. rarli'.tf THE NEW STORE. ~ u MRS. M. A. ASHIM. NVOICE OF RUSSIA* 0A inburg Suotag>\ Auchovie*, y, delicious for lunch. tide liepiirtiueul: Itiohokc*, cauliflower, fresh $C ~ili the California vegetables it tuit. teiiHclifcpiiig: Torn plot e assortment of Chi na tutor* et-. 1 ouitry i-’Coived three times pet van. J aewlotef LADIES* UN DE mr3Hf MI^CKLIjA NEQ Us d. STOirs DEALER IK GENERAL MERCHANDISE -AT BARQN S BRICKBUILOIJVQ, MAUI STReijj, Eureka, N«Vadn _Jautr a* J. STRAUS^ NEW JEWELRY STORE! ■»>* ««m, p Belon the Barker Ileum, MY STOCK OK JEWELRY lg m plete in every particular. ™> A No. 1 Pebble Spectacles and S* » Glasses. My js’Tclry it from tho ertablithnmu tho only mannfacturina company on __ tott FiHE JEWELRY! IP. SeTICILrEiH WATCHMAKER ^ -ANO .1 1: w i: l e r. Kkk. s constantly on hand a w 11-selected stock* of fine diamonds, g<>i4 and silver watcb*M at d ©bam*, fine JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, AW Clocks, And a rood Assortment oi ■'p-ctaripp. I'leisi call st h>.- i*lore, two d* ors beluw Meyer*,i Franklin's, and examine hi* new .«twko goods Loior*) i»urcbu.*ing wU*>where. lit? motto is Qllth .'ALKa AND SNALl Pin i Fl'l S. AH «»' ili-* nbrve b> guarantees to be of tbt BI'.S t‘ QC A LIT Y, and warranted w re/rt s* n ted. Ni. H. — Seecinl attention paid to **tcb> work. WsicLes rotmired and deaaed and wan anted tor one year. New jewdry made to order, mid jewelry neatly repaired. All orders from the country protr.ptlj at tended to. j»\tf DOWN! DOWN! i, OKS Pine, Mahogany and Cedar \V O O I> ! Having made arrangements with. Juke Wadinli For an unlimit 'd supply of wood, and dew* j ou* oi kcepiiu P»e« with th«» times, the ud* 1 dersignod %c ill deliver at any part of Eureki Free of Charge, the Best Quality | of Pine and Mahogany Wood At $12 CO and $13 00 Per Cord, and Cedar at $9 00. STOVE WOOD also mip| lied on short notice. No TJ«e Ti*lking! We will Not be Undersold by any Monopoly! A. OALI.AUHEK400.. Eureka Wood Yard, near the Atlas lurnHCC. l'Aklm Tlit‘ Stock ot FALL AND WINTER GOODS! Remaining on oik hands at profent will benocfertfi be Sold at a Great Seduction! A, wo mint tell th« rurne to mako room for our SPRING STOCK! Whkb will arrive heroin April. Our mock bcioit too numeroti, ton we will only -uy that any lady in " v *ood »oKctio„ of . ifuVO.’t will M gentleman in aoaroh of t I.Ml HIMh. . it lo Ih or Hclvantuk" to give u* avail beloro purchasing oDcwhcre. COME ONE! COME ALL! MEYERS &. FRANKLIN. February 11, lb7o* __1 _____ MOORE & MoDOUGALl, Importers and Dealer* in STAILE and FA WOT DRY COODSI EUREKA, NEVADA. New Goods Constantly Arrvinf Samples Sent Free to any the State. OUK MOTTO i a One l»rice! MOORE & McDOllCALL. P. S.-Our Store Closes on Sunday* j(Stf