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LUBEKA DAILY SENTINEL.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1876. AUENTH. W. H. WILSON.......Pioflhe D< ►cro*' ). 6HULZE..._.Ruby IliU WILL BABBITTS--.Palisade A. M. UvitNE.-.Austin r. STARR.Hamilton W. A. CLAYTON.Tybo H. P. STIMLER.Belmont OH AS. W. CRANE, at No. 420 Montgomery ittroet, is Sole Agent for the Eureka Daily SK.sriiigL in San Fra isco. Persons in taat city bavin* business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALk. CHARTZ is authorised to receive sub scriptions for the Skhtixkl and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka swing for aubacription* will make payment to him. NOTM-t Persons writing to us upon business con nected with the Skstiskl office, will please address their letters to the firm, and not in the name of either ofits individual members. _CA8SIDY A DEN IS. KO PARTISAN JOURNALISM IN OURS. We received yesterday from an old friend a communication talcing us to task for the appearanoe in our columns of certain articles which, as he ex pressed it, “seemed entirely out of place in a Democratic paper.” Our friend appeared more particularly to demur to our comments upon the ac tions of the Democratic SUte Senate of California; our denunciations of Wil cox; our entertaining for a moment the idea of the possibility that George H. Pendleton could be guilty of the of fenses with which he is charged; and last, but not least, that a Democratic paper should devote two columns of its space to the publication of tbe full proceedings of the Republican State Central Committee. We are sorry that our correspondent does not approve of oar oourse, but candor compels us to add that we do not regret that our course has net been such as to meet the approval of our correspondent, who is evidently too bitter a partisan to appreciate tbe merits of independent journalism, or to realize that any good can result from striking at sn evil wherever it exists, whether it be found in the ranks or among the leaders ot either tbe Republican or Democratic parties. The writer could not possibly avoid falling into error in his com ments upon the Sentinel's course, from the fact that they are all based upon mistaken premises. It is true we profess to publish a Democratic paper; that is, in the lexographic, but not in the partisan sense of the word. We endeavor to be a sustainer of “a form of government in which the su preme power is in the bands ot the people,” and we know of no better method of sustaining such a form of government than by doing all in our power to effect the removal of all sources of corruption which would tend to the prostitution of that prin ciple instead of its promotion. It has been, is, and ever will be our purpose to oomment honestly and fearlessly upon all matters of public interest, local and national; but in doing so we wish it distinctly understood that we are under no obligations, nor do wo owe any allegiance, in the publication of this paper, to any political party, faction or clique. We desire, in re turn for the patronage we receive from our chief supporters, who are the peo ple of thla section, to promote their in teracts and the interests of the town, district and county, by all the means that pertain to legitimate journalism. Even were it in consonance with our inclinations to publish a political pa per, in our opinion we could not do so without materially detracting from its usefulness as an exponent of the re sources of the district, and a promoter •f their development. We don’t be lieve that any considerable number of our patrons desire us to publish any other than an independent journal, either Republican or Democratic. We flatter ourselves that a majority of those for whose good opinion we care the snap of our Anger, are pretty well aatlsAed with the results of the Sen tinkl’s efforts in l>sbslf of the inter ests of Eureka. There may be a few political aspirants who would prefer that ws should neglect the public weal for their political glorification, but we don’t propose to gratify them in that respect; in the first place, because we oould not do eo without being dere lict In the duty which we owe to the pnblls from whom we derive our sup port; and in the second piece, because “there’s no nutriment in it,’’ wbicli is a pretty good reason in itself. But in talking about ourselves we have for gotten the communication which we started in to write about, and the oonnts in the Indictment which “Z” brings against us. So far as our com ments on the California Stats Senate are concerned, we have nothing to re traot. We share in the almost univer sal opinion that it k the weakest body of legislators that ever convened on the Pacific coast, and if the Democratic members represent the beet material of the party la that State, the sooner the power falls Into hands of another po litical organisation, the better it will be for the Commonwealth. In regard to the ruffian Wilcox—if the fact of Ilia be longing to the Democratic party licenses him to oommit an aot of dastardly brutality and at the same time shields him from criticism by the Democratic press—we don’t want to be considered in, as constituting a part of the latter. As oonoerns Gao. H. Pendleton, we hope he will be able to clear away tiie charges which have been brought against him, but we can not blind our selves to the fact that appearances at present are strongly against him, and if he is guilty let him suffer the conse sequences of his acts. Iu the language of Grant, “ Let no guilty man escape;” “and if that is trea son, make the most of it.” We plead guiity to the charge of publishing in fall the proceedings of the Republican State Central Commit tee. We published them as a matter of news which might prove interesting to a large number of our readers, with no intention of giving offense to “Z,” whose pardon for the offense we most humbly crave. But wbat we Intended forasquib directed at a somewhat fool ish communication from a gentleman for whom we entertain the highest per sonal esteem, we have drawn into an extended recital of our own affairs. But we don’t know that we regret it, as it hasafforded us an opportunity of ex plaining the position of the Skntknkl, which is in every sense of tiie word an independant journal, owned by its publishers, and controlled by no party faction or clique. We have spoken. Iksake.—Gustavus DeYoung, broth er of the publishers of the Sau Fran cisco Chronicle, has been arrested in Buffalo, N. Y., for insanity. His hal lucination consists in the idea that his warfare against the gamblers in San Francisco has excited their hatred and that they have formed a league for the purpose of pursuing him. He aiso imagines that he is in possession of a momentous political secret, which he is desirous of imparting to the Presi dent of the United States. Before tBe Committee.—Scbenck was before the Committee on Foreign Relations yesterday. He read a long document, a synopsis of which we re ceived by telegrrph, but which we have not space to publish. He denied all the charges which have been made against him, and asked leave to appear before the connnitte by counsel, which was granted him. Feels Bad.—Beecher is terribly ex ercised over the disgrace brought upon the country by the rascality of Bel knap, and the Virginia Chronic''’ thinks probably that the old duRer blushes whenever he thinks of Solo man’s naughtiness. No Relation.—The defaulting ex coiner of the San Francisco Mint is no relation of the President's whilom Private Secretary, General Babcock. The former's starboard syllable is in the plural—Babcox. Its Duty.—A St. Louis paper says that Colorado will become to St. Louis what Nevada is to San I-'rancisco. In that case it will devolve upon St. Louis to furnish the incoming State with two United States Senators. Some soulless cynic says: “To dance well, a man should know as lit tle ss possible of everything else. He caD balance partners better if his hair is parted in the middle.” There is an active demand in the East for lead, a very moderate demand for copper. The former is worth six and a half cents and the latter twenty two cents. srrAiJsius. We learned yesterday, says the I’i oebe Mecord of the 24th, that one of the mines of Pennsylvania district, owned by Messrs. Multan, Carlow ami McDongall, had been sold to Mr. Higbe, of Oakland, California, lor the sum of >14,000. The money is jfayabie on the 10th of April. Mr. Highe has also purchased the Green Monster, another mine in Long valley, both mines comprising 2,200 feet, for which he agreed to pay the sum of $4 per foot. The contract of -rt|e also pro vides for a mill to be er6cied by the 1st day of October, 1876. Tho districts surrounding Pioche are looming up, and as they can get supplies no nearer than Pioclie of course they will aid it. Livst Friday evening, at Gold llill, a msn named Sam. Collyer seriously if not dangerously stabbed Jack Stephens and Kdward Rule. Collyer was seat ed on tlie steps of the sidewalk jus’, above Meserve’s saloon, apparently asleep. Stephens and Rule had start ed to go up the street, and ns they wore passing Stephens placed Ins hand on (,'ollyer’s shoulder, remarking at the same time that lie (Collyer) had solected rather a cold spot for a bed. Collyer immediately roused himself and struck Stephens witli a knife, the blade penetrating the fattest part of hia left seat, making a severe and painful wound. He then stabbed Rule in the left groin. Tilings are assuming a serious and a threatening aspect at the YYoortvilie mine, at Gold Hill, these days. It seems the Williams party liaye not yet effected a settlement with the Pierson faction, and both parties are holding forcible possession of the mine. While this is going on the Rough and Ready men (whether justly or uujustly de ponent sayetb not) are panelling a big bole into the claim right between the old and new shafts. A disturbance is likely to culminate in a disaster at the works at any hour, as any forward movement by either of the factions would be forcibly resisted by the other. A lad 13 years of age, named Wm. Metsnn, while chasing bats at Gold Hill, last Friday evening, fell down an incline of twenty feet, at the bettoni of which was a shaft25feet in depth. He brought up at the bottom ot the latter, and strange to aay was not seriously Injured. The Salt Lake papers, of last Sun day, contain accounts of the escap-i of the prisoners confined in the peuiten tiary at that place. Among the lot ef lliO'P who were concerned in the break was Doe Bell, formerly of Pioehe, who was confined therein for the killing of a man, at J5eaverx about three months ago. Doc succeeded in getting away but was captured again and brought back to his old quarters, where he now languishes in irons. Senator Shepherd, of Elko county, lias taken to his ranch, from Stockton, California, for breading purposes, a Maltese jaek and tbe stallion “ Lang ford.” EASTErFd IS PATCHES. By Overland Telegraph. — [SPKC1AI. TO THK DAILY SBNTINKL.' Federal Flection Its* Declared Un constitutional—Also the (enforce ment Act--Treasurer Mew will not Resign—Chrlsliaucy's Res,.- j lution—Aenate Proceedings. Washington, March 27. The Senate Corn in ittoe on the Pacific Railroads to day discussed the Texas Pacific bill and other propositions in regard to the construction of the trans continental railroad on or near the thirty second parallel, but arrived at no conclusion and postponed the con sideration of the whole project for two weeks. The Postal bill was reported favora bly from the Senate Postal Committee to-day. Mr. Hamlin’s measure was amend ed so as to provide that tbe rate tor third-class mail matter shall be one cent per ounce for any distance not exceeding one thousand miles, and two cents per ounce tor distances over one thousand miles. The amend ed bill also provides that transient newsp-iper* anil magazines shall pay postage for any distance at the rate of one cent for every three ounces and one cent for each two ounces or fractional part of two ounces. 1 lie Supreme Court to-dav decided tlmt the Federal election law, under which certain white parties were in dicted for interfering with the exercise of the suffrages ol colored voters is un constitutional and void. It is under stood that the court will to-dav decide that the Knforcmncnt act is unconsti tutional. thus allirming the opinion of Justice Bradley in the court below. Colonel New has withheld for the present his resignation as l’nited States Treasurer, at the request of the Presi dent and Secretary Bristow. Chrisriancy’s substitute for Morton’s Mississippi election resolution is in effect that “Since it is alleged that the late election was characterized hv great frauds and intimidation of colored voters, and that such violence has been continued in order to influence future elect i<ms, and since Congress has power and owes it to the country to enforce the constitutional amendment protect ing colored men in their rights, that i therefore the Chair appoint five Sena j tors to investigate these allegations, to ' report to the Si na'e before tIre end of ; the session what legislation is noces I -ary to secure to colored citizens I he ! tree enjoy niunt of their constitutional I rights.’’ The t nmmilte4 on Expenditure* in the War Department held a meeting today. Wen. Custar is, among other witnesses, summoned to appear before that committee. OAT for the mark Hilt*. Scranton, Pa., March 28. Forty miner* left this city lor the Black Hills yesterday. They were ac companied to the depot by a brass band and a crowd of about 2,000 men, women and children. The gold hunt- I ers were provided with arms, ainmu nition ami milling implements, and wore regularly officered. FOREIGN NEWS. Five Hundred Persian Pilgrim* Drow ned In (he Arabian Sen. London, March 27. Advice* received to-day from India report that the steamship Jowod, from Shehr. wa* wrecked in the Arabian Sen. She had aboard about five hun dred pilgrims, chiefly Persians, bound to Bushire. Three men, supposed to l>e the only survivore, have reached Hodeida. The College Boat Rare. London, March 28. The latest betting on the University boat race is six to five in favor of the Oxford*. PACIFIC COAST OISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. Ant i-t'oo!lo Resolution-Evidence of the Existence of* Whisky King— Kniliire of Samuel MeKee A Co.— Autl-Chlnese Mnas Meeting. 5San Francisco. March 28. The Board of Sujiervisors, in con sidering llie jiresent anti-Chinese movement at a meeting last evening, pas-ed the following: Beaolved, That it is the sense of this board, that all officers, city and county, should refrain from employing in any capacity, any Chinese coolies, and from the purchase and use of any article manufactured or produced in Califor nia Lty such coolies’ labor, or in any manner aiding or assisting any such coolie in obtaining employment or ar ticles lor manufacture, and from buy ing from and patronizing those who shall be known loemploy, aid or trade, or to lie employed by such coolies. A resolution was also introduced asking the Legislature topasstwo anti coolie bills introduced by Assembly mail Carson. Aa an argument establishing the fact of the existence of a whisky ring and late expensive manufacture of crooked oil this coast, it stated that the whole sale ilea’ers who previously supplied their stocks from local sources Hre now purchasinailargely from Eastern distil leries. It is said there has been no in crease in demand, and the registered product of home distilleries is the same as heretofore. The receut investiga tions and prosecutions have stopped for the time being the illicit manufac lure hare, while the Eastern article is brought in to supply the trade. Samuel McKee A Co., dealers in “puts” and “calls,” closed business to-day. The firm was on the point of failure yesterday, but the drop in Yel low Jacket saved it for a time, but the rise in C'hollar to-day cleaned them out. A small boy put a card in the wi dow reading, “.Suspended business, McKee A Co., and closed the office. Nothing is learned of their assets or liabilities, McKee and his clerks being invisible. The firm continued selling “calls’’ up to within a few minutes of closing the doors. It has beed definitely arranged that an anti-Chinese mass meeting shall be held in Union Hall next Saturday evening. Outside stands will lie pro vided and every arrangemen’ made to give suitable voice to the popular senti ment on the Chinese question. The Committee on Chinese Immigration, recently appointed by the Board of Supervisors, has published an appeal to the public of the Pacific Coast for an expression of their feelings oil the question of the hour. The Lunch Eaters Refrain: Lunch, brothers, lunch with care. Lunch in the presence of the bnrKrepaire, And help yourself to tho sa-oenjair And touch lightly on the strong buitaire. An l pav your bit on the man’s countuirc. .inn..— NEW TO-DA y. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the postof'- ice at Eureka, Nevada, on the i>th day ot March, 1K7U. Persons calling for any ut these latter* will please say “ Advertised March 29, I&76 IsHflicV VJnt. Curley Mrs Lizze Fan Mr* Emma <4r:ffith* Miss A Kooler Mrs i atilino Mcuoe Mrs C J .Sullivan Mrs M Thoinndur MrsSophio uentleviisii s l.iNt. Able Isaac Attamirann Ilabrun Atfrarrhino Sign A Apple Wm Hatley l)r James licebe Sami J BalKjus Iiiana Bennett Gen B Brackett John T Endow Fred Boyson Cyrus Borfz K II Clark John 11 Carnoll James Co lins Win Collins Cha Carver .Jack Chattisftd Ch'is2 Oowoll ( lark Charetto Wm Cioho A J Pa is bavid Do nmo AlornPo Duffy Ckn* Bob anoy .Maurice Delotie Louis Day W m Bias Francisco do Frazier <’ha* 0 breitas Fulton Branson Finton 1 II Falconer An^us 2 Farlingcr Oliver Foster James Giles J «’ Grnv W S Gentry Jo^e It Urn hum Byron GuinmpAndr vr Gurner .1 I* Goodiiug Big ah Gray A Co Gujrgla wm Gortnley James Boliuan Iku llilkey G W Hanson Christ Hans.-ySJ Hudson John T Hendry John J Jones Jacob •fw bnsun Neils Johnson ( has Knot Will Kilgore Wm M Kellogg Al E Kessler A Kiorm Bat Kelly i an C Kingsbury Chas Kiri in Loyd Littlo Geo 'V Lvwt« Col A Litre! s W H Leonard Tom Lane Carrollton Liehtfire An by Mederlo F ‘ Alnjeau Lemuel M y ors Tbos M uu •« rd J a s H Mattson C P Messuer Kxuvi r Me Alahon Jerry 2 Ale I av ghln..)« «eph Ale Donald Alax VV Ale Donald W A. Norton Bat Norton Dr Nan J . 01 ms tea. I C P 2 Ostingmy Louis Fotlizzirro l:*uiy Fotralli Barnaba Paguin Charlie Ho Pinson T A 2 Ki ey Oven 2 Ralston Hugh FiDy Jam s W 2 Ramiros Man-iso h< gert <*eo ii Hoads Albert G bberdao Th- rna<* Simmons Frank MuithUejM Sloat Edwin V Hrglctoo J as Selkirk Henry Soti» Da Ynnsio Sprean John TajlorT Well Thompson W D T- <-:>« Ja lies • Williams J B Wilkins D Wiliams Henry Wo* d Chester F Waronll W . k h John Forels.i l.lst. Persons calling for any of th«? following let ter* will ple-ai* “Foreign, Advertised.” Barker 0 Bier Andrew FK*tchor John II Gates Mr*M iria Holme-* John B Hamilton E v\ •lone* John Leo Mon Lea Mt»r.ro John Me bride Jhuicv Me Y'*v vt m Me hom'd Dunoon C McCulloch Don Me Mi! an Malcoui Me Auliey Angus J Pool uift«‘ i£ Me Knight James Mono W in Strauburg J W Slomrn > 1 homa* W F 'laft .Neil* If Wallace Win F William* Rich List of I’iiflnlm(Ml ItcgiNtcied LpI* tern Remainiag in the PontolHce nt Eureka. NXr.. March 28, 1871. If not called for .rbhin ;.0 day* they will bo sent to th« Dead Letter Office at Washington, L>. C. Stranger* must be identified. Hussy S J Gorasino Card inn!* Biancbi Carlo Me Lean All i. JJ hottest! Biancbi 2 Purcell Th« tun* Coppori Guiaeppo Roger* George H m Til*-11 C. M. WI LSI > \’. P. M. SAN FRANCISCO STORE! Mil* St., BKI.OW THK I'A KKKR lloi ST. JOHN SHIWDLER, • - PROPRIETOR. Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! Clothing and Furnishing Goods Cheaper than at any other establirliruentin the town. DRY GOODS. 1 would also call attention to tno LAJJIhS* DEPARTMENT. Price* no object. French merinos at 75 cent* per yard and everything el.«« in proportion. Tbogood* to arrive are tho choice from the best importing houses of New York and Sun Francisco and were selected with great care by the most competent judges. I would especially invite the ladies of Eure ka to <'all and convince thomelvei of the tre mendous sacrifice at which 1 am selling all the goods in their department. I desire especially to inform the public that I am now CLUHlNG OUT my Hummer fond* at an enormous sacrifice. Lawns that cost 75 cents at 1> to 25 cents; gronmiin*** that cost 75 cents at 2'» cents, und everything ©Iso in i proportion. X must soli, and wiil soil, REGARDLESS OF PRICE! Too fact in that my store and warohsuso are crowded with choice good*, and 1 Lave an Immense Stock of Fall and Winter Goods Already on the road for which room ajust be made immediately. Gentlemen?* wear will also be sold at sim ilarly reduced prices. Call and examine my grunt stock before I purchasing elsewhere. mlit’-apli-jy&if JOHN HlILNDLER. For Sale. I» PIOCHE..NEVADA. A Rare Chance For a man with a CAPITA!. OF *3,GOO. r|MIK ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE JL and Manufacturing Tool, of J. E STAPLES. Pioche and Eugenie streots. together with the Furniture Warehouse, one Private Dwelling and the lots neon which the same art- situated. lor a good, enorgetic man this is a rare chance, as it is a good (laying business. Tho above property is centrally located and worthy of the notice of parties desiring to in vest- Fqg particulars inauire of ■riOAf k Ik wiAVkVS, Fioohe. MI SC EL L 4 NEO US. THUS WE GLIDE! SKATING RINK! AT ARMORY HALL, ON BUEL ST. QPEN EVERY EVENING, EXCEPTING Sundays, from 8 to 10 o’clock. Alro Skating on Tuesday and Friday Afternoons, from two uLtil four o’clock. No improper characters admitted. Skates nml Fit* for Everyboily. COSE ONE! COME ALL! AND HAVE lots or ruw. AiliniMion.23 cent* Fs*> of Skate*.23 mill LEWIS BERNARD, Proprietor, mrl i-C8tf D. M A fi3 H E I IV3, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, -AT BARON’S BRICK BUILDING, MAIN STREET, Eureka, TVcvada. _jallt._j rJPlie Stock ot FALL AND WINTER GOODS! L>EMAIX1N<» ON OPR HANDS AT V i rosint will hencefortn bo Sold at a Great Reduction! As we muit sell the same to make room foi SPRING STOCK! Which will arrive here in April. Our st«ck being too numerous to mention, we will only *ay that any lady in search of a good <*«l-«tion of DRY GOODS, aid any gentleman in s *ar, h of CLOTHING, wi.l find it to th ir advantage to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. CCME CNE! COME ALL! MEYERS & FRANKLIN. PVbrnary 11. l^ u MOORE l McDOUGALL, Importers itnd Dealers in ST A? XUS and TA.NCY DRY GOODS! EIT.EKA, NEVADA. New Goods Constantly Arrving Samples Sent Free to any Part oi the State. OCR MOTTO IA 0 n e I* r i c e ! MOORE & McDOlGALL. P. S.~Cur Store Closes on Sundays. Jo>tf Dissolution Notice. VTOTICB HEREBY GIVEN THAT I have tliir day pmct a«od tho inter** t of C F. Jarr i;i tho tai oring buriners ormoil' end no tod on Main street. Eureka, jurt above th i International lintel, tinder the nvmotf ; Enngrtroll'«fc .Jarr. 1 will continue tho bu«ine»* nt tho «Id aland, and will collect all debt* due the old ill in and liquidate nil ot the lirui iudebti d* flora. I will continue to keep on ha* d a cboie-.i actuation of ftrut-olim mate ia . which l guarantee to make up t the entire natiefac tion of those who may favor m- with their patronage. J ACOli li. LANU8J IhjFF. E t* * kb a, M a rch 27. m r’28-1 in FRANK ABADIS, Real Estate Dealer MU EL STREET.MJKEKA. NEV. Office In the Hrick Haltiliiair. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE that I nru prepared to buy. sell erd mort gage reel estate in Eureka, and ulso advance money on good security. lions s to rent suiiable for business or for families. 1 a u also preoarod to do a general contrnct j ir g business. The bighost cash prieas paid for cii cks, coal receipts and good paper. I will grill continue my wholesale liuorog tablishiuect. r KAN iv AMALIE. mEff-tf TH £ NE W ST OR E. MRS. K. A. ASHIM. \FRKSn INVOICE OF RUSSIAN CA viar. Il:iuibur* Sausage, A ichoviiut, piiklod eels, etc., delicious fur lunch. V«K«lab|p l><‘l>Hrtniput: Aaparagaa, artichokes, cu.ilitbiwor. fresh groan peas, and nil the California vegetables in (juantuie. to suit. For llaiiarbr.iiliigt A splendid and complete assortment of Oki na and tinware, casters etc. Fresh ti.li and pomtry received three times per week bv express. Just received! new lot of LARIKS’IN DtUW KAK. m rJ8-if ORDER OF THE BOARD 01 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ORDERED THAT ALL RILLS AOAINST Kuruka County must be tiled with the County Clerk before tho iirot Monday of each month, fully itonmnd, ard stating by whom ordered; other s i.e they will be laid over un til the noxt succeeding month. td k. II. HARMON. Clerk. IOB PKINTINUOF ALL KINDS. EX *1 ecuted with dispatch at that SliNTINBL: MnMncOfiaa _MltoCELLANEO us. SACRAMENTO MARKET No. 74 K Street, Sacramento : : : : California David De Bernard), Successor to De Bornardi 4 Sani General Commission Merchant DEALER IN Vegetables, Fruit, Fish, Poultry, Game, ! Sutter, Eggs, And General Produce. ; IbaToonhand.freshM(r7d,y Green Peas, Asparagus, Bew p tatoes, etc., etc. Special attention paid to orders from a , era in the interior. ,t0®dtt|. Nothing but the best is my motto n , carefully packed. FINE JEWELRY! P. STELEli WATCHMAKER ^ .T E W E L E It, KE!-:rs constantly on hand j *' lI-«* lentod stock of fir.eriiam^Dji c ■ and silver watches hi d chains, tine JEWELRY, SILVERWARE,^]) C 1 o c li is , And a good a«*ortmcnt of spectacles. 1 ca l nt his Store, two d. ors below M"«.n ; Franklin’s, and examine his new :n. tut good" be rr.> purchasing el cwhere. Ii;s mono is yl It K .M L.ES AND -MA ,1. ‘r oil' 'I' i'l’S. . All of (he abcve he genrantees to »if in. Ill ■> 1 k>l AL1TY, and warranted is retr,. (enL.nl. N. B.-Procial attention paid •«. «•,trb. work. Watches ropa’red and t in.d uni war-anted In: one year. New jr !.-■ -1|;, loonier, and jewelry .loally rept d. All orders from t'.e country , moiptly r. tended to. ;„j|, S. FRIEDMAN, DfULl'K IN FAMILY GROCERIES,CROCERYAND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. /CONSTANTLY ON li A \ ft, A CHOICE \.J I t of family LJroerri a and Country Produce lwHdi •«*, if you want your htieband* to love you, goto Fri©diruir»*ji *or your grooerke, as lb') following will at.© w : Ob! *ay nor I l»>v© you, b**eau«e the molasses Vou porchaeod at Fri «iman’s wa<i gtiden nod »r; Tb© •yrnp, the «:ivrar. ’hnieMv in glasses. The mukers, ibo atackfr©l I knot? aero not d ar. But wb©n vou cam© to me with Fricdn.an’e smoked iliuion, And *bowv>d mo hie ‘amplea of UrabcTger eh «• »e? I ft>!t that hie claim to h© cheap waa u«*\gam* ruen, 1 loved yon, and ©aid «o, dear Jan©, on my km?©*. jaJHf L. W. CtOMKfc. ▼. 1. murti MAUPIM & CROMER Wh<d**a!e and I'otail Dealers in HARDWARE. Mill a n r minin'a hoods, u as PIPES ST K A Si ANDOAd MTTINtii Hnitw rnn.l«l.i.u Uwxls, dTOVKS. TIN AND COPPEll M AKE, POW. DKK AN D t USE. WINDLASS HOPE OE ALL SIZES. ETC. We nr* nlw |.r»| »p»il lo Cut >n<l fll Lhn I’tpf*. MILL & FORMCI M ORI Pom* on 2>hort no tic*. n»«* <■ unlit.? of Steel, aad also Stone Coal. Conat*i«tly on hand. Also, Manufacturer*at Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copper Ware. Particular attention paid to all work in our tine, arid guaranteed to five porfoct iitiifsc* •on in every particular. Constantly on hand. Blasting and Giant Powder i t.W DKK, P USE, CAPS. ETC. 41AVPIN A CHOUER. Antonio Ferraris, PRACTICAL BOOT3I AKKK. MAIN STREET, IX'KKKA. A few doors above Odd Fellows' Hall. f|'llK RK.STOK FITS MADEOCTOFTHE A best of material, turned out ol this suop, Ladies’ Work Made to order and guaranteed to fit. Fiench dressing (or ladies’ and cjildre shoe* kept ou Laud. «t,UIM«iQ ciutf ANTONIO FKKHAKiS New Firm! New Goods! SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. F. A. MILLICH : : : : PROPRIETOR. f WILL KKKP A CONSTANT 1 supply of Fresh Californiu^HMWJr Produce, to arrive every train. Alio riso. I urkcys. Chickens. Fresh Oyslors. lloii.'y ^ tLocumb, llauis, and a general asso.tmen FAMILY GROCERIES! Fresh from the importing houses of tu.*, I ‘*t and West, two do.ira above the l »|,k*f}!?,. ’ Main street dl7tf F. A. MILblCtl. UOTTA’S Coffee Manufactory. ALEX. DOTTA.PROPRIETOR PURE JAVA COFFEE IN UNI.rMlTKH I quantilio*, hIso, sSwihp and CalUa choose at wholesale »nd retail. Family Groceries, Fruit, Produce, Fresh Fish, Etc. Also BTTTEK AND EGGS, Constantly on hand. Opposite Odd F« - lows’ building, Main street.bureka, Ho* mrltt-tf